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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | for by other principles, ~supposing God did not exist. For all 2 1, 7 | obstruct each ~other. But supposing a multitude of things to 3 1, 7 | hand, and a hammer; and supposing ~that such things were infinitely 4 1, 8 | millet would be everywhere, supposing ~that no other body existed. 5 1, 8 | everywhere absolutely, because, supposing that ~other places existed 6 1, 9 | their accidental ~being, supposing the subject to coexist with 7 1, 9 | white to not-white. But supposing the accident ~to be such 8 1, 10 | perfect are the same thing. Supposing, ~therefore, that it is " 9 1, 10 | a measure of movement. ~Supposing, however, that the aforesaid 10 1, 11 | this again would be "one," supposing it were again "one" by another ~ 11 1, 13 | equivocally?~(6) Whether, supposing they are applied analogically, 12 1, 19 | necessary by supposition, for supposing that He ~wills a thing, 13 1, 31 | and men ~were with Him, supposing that several persons were 14 1, 34 | to remain within him. But supposing Word to be said ~metaphorically 15 1, 40 | the Father by paternity, ~supposing He is some one by paternity, 16 1, 44 | union and separation. And supposing as ~they did that corporeal 17 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Even supposing that the world always was, 18 1, 50 | altogether ~incorporeal?~(2) Supposing that an angel is such, we 19 1, 50 | and ~it would be cogent, supposing that the receptive mode 20 1, 50 | there be no matter, and ~supposing that the form itself subsists 21 1, 63 | angel seek in sinning?~(4) Supposing that some became evil by 22 1, 63 | them naturally evil?~(5) Supposing that it is not so, could 23 1, 63 | act of his own will?~(6) Supposing that he did not, was there 24 1, 63 | happens in ourselves. And even supposing it were ~possible, it would 25 1, 66 | such as air or fire. But supposing that no ~form exists in 26 1, 66 | Gen. ad lit. i; vii.], by supposing that formlessness, ~signified 27 1, 66 | apart from the ~angels by supposing that the former inhabit 28 1, 66 | said to prevent anyone from supposing that Augustine maintained ~ 29 1, 68 | solve this difficulty by supposing ~that in spite of the natural 30 1, 75 | and body. Plato, through supposing that sensation was ~proper 31 1, 75 | a single ~species; thus, supposing a separate whiteness to 32 1, 76 | For it is ~manifest that, supposing there is one principal agent, 33 1, 76 | other, ~except accidentally, supposing these two forms not to be 34 1, 40 | the Father by paternity, ~supposing He is some one by paternity, 35 1, 45 | union and separation. And supposing as ~they did that corporeal 36 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Even supposing that the world always was, 37 1, 51 | altogether ~incorporeal?~(2) Supposing that an angel is such, we 38 1, 51 | and ~it would be cogent, supposing that the receptive mode 39 1, 51 | there be no matter, and ~supposing that the form itself subsists 40 1, 64 | angel seek in sinning?~(4) Supposing that some became evil by 41 1, 64 | them naturally evil?~(5) Supposing that it is not so, could 42 1, 64 | act of his own will?~(6) Supposing that he did not, was there 43 1, 64 | happens in ourselves. And even supposing it were ~possible, it would 44 1, 67 | such as air or fire. But supposing that no ~form exists in 45 1, 67 | Gen. ad lit. i; vii.], by supposing that formlessness, ~signified 46 1, 67 | apart from the ~angels by supposing that the former inhabit 47 1, 67 | said to prevent anyone from supposing that Augustine maintained ~ 48 1, 69 | solve this difficulty by supposing ~that in spite of the natural 49 1, 74 | and body. Plato, through supposing that sensation was ~proper 50 1, 74 | a single ~species; thus, supposing a separate whiteness to 51 1, 75 | For it is ~manifest that, supposing there is one principal agent, 52 1, 75 | other, ~except accidentally, supposing these two forms not to be 53 1, 78 | intelligible. But, even supposing the existence of ~such a 54 1, 87 | untrue. First, because, supposing the active ~intellect to 55 1, 87 | the active ~intellect, supposing it to be a separate substance, 56 1, 87 | Platonists supposed. But ~supposing, on the contrary, that immaterial 57 1, 88 | influence of ~the Divine light. Supposing, therefore, that knowledge 58 1, 97 | 26): "We must be far from supposing that offspring could not 59 1, 109 | he agreed with Plato in supposing some spiritual ~substance 60 1, 109 | on this point, through ~supposing a form to be something made " 61 1, 114 | some of the ancients who ~supposing that everything that is, 62 2, 4 | no ~neighbor to love. But supposing one neighbor to be there, 63 2, 39 | Ethic. iv, 9. Accordingly, supposing the presence of ~something 64 2, 39 | condition of goodness, that, ~supposing an evil to be present, sorrow 65 2, 49 | difficultly changeable: ~for supposing a man to have a science 66 2, 50 | various ~opinions. Some, supposing that there was only one " 67 2, 52 | the first ~species: for, supposing an alteration as to hot 68 2, 73 | Hence it does not follow, supposing harm to be inflicted ~chiefly 69 2, 81 | original sin. If, therefore, supposing Adam had not sinned, original 70 2, 82 | transmits original sin: for, ~supposing God were to grant to a man 71 2, 85 | point to equal effects. For supposing a man employs equal ~force 72 2, 30 | a case as might happen, supposing that by depriving himself 73 2, 39 | being reproved by him, supposing it were a sin. Therefore 74 2, 77 | is bound to restitution, supposing ~he has the wherewithal; 75 2, 77 | not seem to be true, for supposing one ~were to rouse him by 76 2, 87 | would not ~accept a prelacy, supposing it would be expedient for 77 2, 87 | lawful from the outset, supposing it to ~have the requisite 78 2, 96 | examples. The first is: "Supposing a man ~to swear, thinking 79 2, 98 | We have no authority for supposing that the double cave ~which 80 2, 105 | account of his good will, ~supposing him to have been deceived, 81 2, 183 | goods of the Church, always supposing him to have a patrimony 82 2, 187 | severe, it would be ~lawful, supposing the members to be lay monks, 83 3, 16 | 1] Body Para. 3/3~Hence, supposing the truth of the Catholic 84 3, 46 | to be frustrated, then, ~supposing God's foreknowledge and 85 3, 55 | reason to prevent us from supposing that ~there were few in 86 3, 80 | after repentance. But even supposing that seminal loss ~arises 87 3, 88 | the favor ~received: for supposing an equal contempt of the 88 Suppl, 11| accused by his confessor supposing that he repeated ~the sin 89 Suppl, 22| speaking hypothetically, i.e. supposing an ~angel were to sin, for 90 Suppl, 35| the character of Order, ~supposing the character of Order to 91 Suppl, 52| her master be unwilling, supposing her to be a ~bondswoman; 92 Suppl, 71| entire ~punishment. Now supposing these suffrages to be delayed 93 Suppl, 72| principles of nature. For supposing by ~a divine operation all 94 Suppl, 80| example of a separate line, ~supposing there to be two such lines, 95 Suppl, 80| The minor is proved thus. Supposing two bodies to ~be in the 96 Suppl, 80| distinct as ~to place. But supposing by a Divine miracle a distinction 97 Suppl, 80| be in a place; and yet ~supposing this, it would not follow 98 Suppl, 88| Nor does it follow that, supposing the light ~of the heavenly 99 Suppl, 93| outrage she has suffered. Even supposing that one thus ~violated


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