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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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formless

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | imperfect; for it is as it were formless matter. On the other hand, 2 1, 31| 4: The neuter gender is formless; whereas the masculine is ~ 3 1, 34| remaining latent and as it were formless." ~For thought consists 4 1, 47| contrary, created matter is formless, in order ~that it may be 5 1, 66| contemporaneously with ~formless matter?~(4) Whether time 6 1, 66| 12). Therefore matter was formless until it received its ~form.~ 7 1, 66| creation ~was at no time formless. Further, the formation 8 1, 66| argument is ~clear. For it formless matter preceded in duration, 9 1, 66| was not created altogether formless, nor ~under any one common 10 1, 66| matter, which in itself is formless, this formlessness did not 11 1, 66| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the formless matter of all corporeal 12 1, 66| It would seem that the formless matter of all corporeal 13 1, 66| made, one formed, the other formless," and he says that the latter ~ 14 1, 66| essence. Or we may say that formless matter is one with ~the 15 1, 66| created at the same time as formless ~matter?~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 1, 66| created at the ~same time as formless matter. For the empyrean, 17 1, 66| contemporaneously with ~formless matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 18 1, 66| not created together with formless matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 19 1, 66| not created together with formless matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 20 1, 66| created simultaneously with formless matter?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 21 1, 66| created simultaneously with ~formless matter. For Augustine says ( 22 1, 66| time was not created with ~formless matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 23 1, 66| nature, the empyrean heaven, formless corporeal ~matter, and time. 24 1, 66| the angelic nature ~and formless matter, precede the formation, 25 1, 66| the ~angelic nature and formless matter precede time by origin 26 1, 66| matter was in some ~measure formless before it received its full 27 1, 66| so time was in a ~manner formless before it was fully formed 28 1, 67| spiritual nature as yet formless is to be understood by the 29 1, 67| the word ~"heaven," and formless matter of the corporeal 30 1, 67| light was the ~sun's light, formless as yet, being already the 31 1, 68| on the first day is the formless spiritual ~nature, and that 32 1, 68| water not the element ~but formless matter. Augustine, in fact, 33 1, 68| we take water to denote formless matter, or ~any kind of 34 1, 69| nature. He says that the formless ~spiritual and formless 35 1, 69| formless ~spiritual and formless corporeal natures were created 36 1, 69| impression of celestial ~forms on formless matter, that preceded with 37 1, 69| impression of elemental forms on ~formless matter is recorded, also 38 1, 69| without order. Thirdly, ~the formless state of the earth is touched 39 1, 69| day, as said (A[1]), the formless state of ~the earth comes 40 1, 69| in either respect this formless ~state ends on the third 41 1, 70| adding substantial form to formless ~matter, as Augustine holds ( 42 1, 70| their substance, at first formless, is formed on this day, 43 1, 74| belongs to the ~production of formless matter, and of the formless 44 1, 74| formless matter, and of the formless spiritual nature, both ~ 45 1, 74| substance in some measure formless. But He did not create all 46 1, 74| understood the production of formless matter. But according to 47 1, 74| heaven ~is understood the formless spiritual nature, and by 48 1, 74| and by the earth, the ~formless matter of all corporeal 49 1, 74| that is to say, over that formless matter, signified by water, ~ 50 1, 74| Augustine holds to mean formless ~matter, lest it should 51 1, 48| contrary, created matter is formless, in order ~that it may be 52 1, 67| contemporaneously with ~formless matter?~(4) Whether time 53 1, 67| 12). Therefore matter was formless until it received its ~form.~ 54 1, 67| creation ~was at no time formless. Further, the formation 55 1, 67| argument is ~clear. For it formless matter preceded in duration, 56 1, 67| was not created altogether formless, nor ~under any one common 57 1, 67| matter, which in itself is formless, this formlessness did not 58 1, 67| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the formless matter of all corporeal 59 1, 67| It would seem that the formless matter of all corporeal 60 1, 67| made, one formed, the other formless," and he says that the latter ~ 61 1, 67| essence. Or we may say that formless matter is one with ~the 62 1, 67| created at the same time as formless ~matter?~Aquin.: SMT FP 63 1, 67| created at the ~same time as formless matter. For the empyrean, 64 1, 67| contemporaneously with ~formless matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 65 1, 67| not created together with formless matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 66 1, 67| not created together with formless matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 67 1, 67| created simultaneously with formless matter?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 68 1, 67| created simultaneously with ~formless matter. For Augustine says ( 69 1, 67| time was not created with ~formless matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 70 1, 67| nature, the empyrean heaven, formless corporeal ~matter, and time. 71 1, 67| the angelic nature ~and formless matter, precede the formation, 72 1, 67| the ~angelic nature and formless matter precede time by origin 73 1, 67| matter was in some ~measure formless before it received its full 74 1, 67| so time was in a ~manner formless before it was fully formed 75 1, 68| spiritual nature as yet formless is to be understood by the 76 1, 68| the word ~"heaven," and formless matter of the corporeal 77 1, 68| light was the ~sun's light, formless as yet, being already the 78 1, 69| on the first day is the formless spiritual ~nature, and that 79 1, 69| water not the element ~but formless matter. Augustine, in fact, 80 1, 69| we take water to denote formless matter, or ~any kind of 81 1, 70| nature. He says that the formless ~spiritual and formless 82 1, 70| formless ~spiritual and formless corporeal natures were created 83 1, 70| impression of celestial ~forms on formless matter, that preceded with 84 1, 70| impression of elemental forms on ~formless matter is recorded, also 85 1, 70| without order. Thirdly, ~the formless state of the earth is touched 86 1, 70| day, as said (A[1]), the formless state of ~the earth comes 87 1, 70| in either respect this formless ~state ends on the third 88 1, 71| adding substantial form to formless ~matter, as Augustine holds ( 89 1, 71| their substance, at first formless, is formed on this day, 90 1, 73| belongs to the ~production of formless matter, and of the formless 91 1, 73| formless matter, and of the formless spiritual nature, both ~ 92 1, 73| substance in some measure formless. But He did not create all 93 1, 73| understood the production of formless matter. But according to 94 1, 73| heaven ~is understood the formless spiritual nature, and by 95 1, 73| and by the earth, the ~formless matter of all corporeal 96 1, 73| that is to say, over that formless matter, signified by water, ~ 97 1, 73| Augustine holds to mean formless ~matter, lest it should 98 2, 25| the mother supplies the formless ~matter of the body; and 99 3, 8 | perhaps, imperfectly, by formless faith, which unites to God,


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