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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dimensions

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | that which has the ~three dimensions. But Holy Scripture attributes 2 1, 3 | Scripture attributes the three dimensions to ~God, for it is written: " 3 1, 3 | attributes to God the three dimensions under the ~comparison of 4 1, 18 | their possessing three dimensions: and is sometimes taken 5 1, 18 | sometimes taken to denote the ~dimensions themselves; in which sense 6 1, 46 | possible to imagine other dimensions beyond those of the heavenly 7 1, 53 | along a place of its own dimensions, before passing through 8 1, 70 | much with regard to their dimensions as to their influence and 9 1, 76 | of which we must ~suppose dimensions, without which matter cannot 10 1, 76 | Therefore we must suppose dimensions in matter ~before the substantial 11 1, 76 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Dimensions of quantity are accidents 12 1, 47 | possible to imagine other dimensions beyond those of the heavenly 13 1, 54 | along a place of its own dimensions, before passing through 14 1, 71 | much with regard to their dimensions as to their influence and 15 1, 75 | of which we must ~suppose dimensions, without which matter cannot 16 1, 75 | Therefore we must suppose dimensions in matter ~before the substantial 17 1, 75 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Dimensions of quantity are accidents 18 1, 91 | itself, or by a change of its dimensions. Not by change of the ~substance 19 1, 91 | unless it receives greater dimensions. This ~implies rarefaction, 20 1, 91 | matter to receive greater ~dimensions, as the Philosopher says ( 21 1, 118 | their ~matter increases in dimensions; or in respect of the substance 22 3, 2 | just as a ~body has three dimensions: first, by essence, presence, 23 3, 10 | that, since bodies have ~dimensions in every part, there cannot 24 3, 75 | in a place, which by its dimensions is commensurate with the ~ 25 3, 76 | species?~(4) Whether all the dimensions of Christ's body are in 26 3, 76 | it is evident that ~the dimensions of the bread or wine are 27 3, 76 | are not changed into the dimensions ~of the body of Christ, 28 3, 76 | sacrament, but not the dimensions of Christ's body or blood. 29 3, 76 | which substance is under dimensions, but not after the ~manner 30 3, 76 | not after the ~manner of dimensions, which means, not in the 31 3, 76 | under every ~part of the dimensions under which it is contained; 32 3, 76 | indifferently, whether the dimensions ~be actually divided (as 33 3, 76 | times under its proper dimensions, nor is Christ's body several 34 3, 76 | several times ~under the dimensions of the bread; and consequently 35 3, 76 | s body, and ~not at its dimensions; which is evident from the 36 3, 76 | substance is contained by dimensions; because the substance ~ 37 3, 76 | was not locally under its dimensions, but after ~the manner of 38 3, 76 | not the subject of those ~dimensions, as was the substance of 39 3, 76 | locally by reason of its dimensions, ~because it was compared 40 3, 76 | through the medium of its own ~dimensions; but the substance of Christ' 41 3, 76 | through the medium of foreign dimensions, so that, on the contrary, ~ 42 3, 76 | the contrary, ~the proper dimensions of Christ's body are compared 43 3, 76 | because of the nature of ~dimensions, or at least miraculously, 44 3, 76 | be said, that, while the dimensions remain ~the same as before, 45 3, 76 | it is clear that as the dimensions remain, which are ~the foundation 46 3, 76 | beholders, or in the sacramental dimensions themselves, as ~was said 47 3, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The dimensions of the consecrated bread 48 3, 77 | little matter under great dimensions. while a thing is dense 49 3, 77 | much matter under small dimensions, as is said in Phys. iv. 50 3, 77 | some have maintained that dimensions are ~the substances of bodies, 51 3, 77 | much or little matter under dimensions; ~just as all other accidents 52 3, 77 | dissolved by division, and two dimensions result; ~while on the contrary, 53 3, 77 | contrary, by addition, two dimensions become one. And in ~this 54 3, 77 | according to its proper dimensions, but according to the ~sacramental 55 3, 77 | according to the ~sacramental dimensions, under which it is contained. 56 3, 77 | whole, and not simply by the dimensions; which, ~although they are 57 3, 81 | not according to His own ~dimensions, but according to the dimensions 58 3, 81 | dimensions, but according to the dimensions of the sacramental species; ~ 59 3, 81 | according to His ~proper dimensions.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 60 3, 81 | intermediary of its own dimensions, whereby bodies touch each 61 3, 81 | other, but ~through the dimensions of the bread and wine; consequently, 62 3, 81 | surrounding bodies ~by its own dimensions: but it does not do so as 63 Suppl, 76| presuppose undeterminate dimensions, by reason of ~which matter 64 Suppl, 76| form ~from matter, these dimensions still remain the same: and 65 Suppl, 76| matter existing under those dimensions, whatever form it receive, 66 Suppl, 77| to presuppose indefinite dimensions before the ~reception of 67 Suppl, 77| made ~according to these dimensions belongs properly to matter. 68 Suppl, 80| less matter within equal dimensions are said ~to be more subtle; 69 Suppl, 80| there is now, nor will their dimensions ~be greater. Therefore they 70 Suppl, 80| place. For if we suppose dimensions separate from ~matter, those 71 Suppl, 80| separate from ~matter, those dimensions do not fill a place. Hence 72 Suppl, 80| place wherein such like ~dimensions exist apart from a sensible 73 Suppl, 80| sensible body; and yet those dimensions ~hinder another body from 74 Suppl, 80| is nothing but ~separate dimensions, to be together with another 75 Suppl, 80| be in the same place. The dimensions of A ~will either be the 76 Suppl, 80| either be the same as the dimensions of the place, or they will ~ 77 Suppl, 80| differ, then some of the dimensions will be ~separate: which 78 Suppl, 80| is impossible, since the dimensions that are within the ~bounds 79 Suppl, 80| for the same reason the dimensions of B will be ~the same as 80 Suppl, 80| will be ~the same as the dimensions of the place. "Now things 81 Suppl, 80| another." Therefore the ~dimensions of A and B are the same. 82 Suppl, 80| bodies cannot have identical ~dimensions just as they cannot have 83 Suppl, 80| would then follow that ~the dimensions of two bodies occupying 84 Suppl, 80| change takes place in ~the dimensions of the place or of thing 85 Suppl, 80| case in truth, no other dimensions belong to a place than ~ 86 Suppl, 80| been said, but that the dimensions of a thing placed are the ~ 87 Suppl, 80| placed are the ~same as the dimensions of the place; excepting 88 Suppl, 80| place; excepting that the dimensions of the ~thing placed are 89 Suppl, 80| be ~distant by their own dimensions if they had them. Thus that 90 Suppl, 80| had them. Thus that the ~dimensions of two bodies be the dimensions 91 Suppl, 80| dimensions of two bodies be the dimensions of one place is nothing 92 Suppl, 80| superficies, nor of ~any dimensions whatever. Consequently geometry 93 Suppl, 80| under the small or great dimensions of a ~consecrated host. 94 Suppl, 80| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the dimensions of a place and of that which 95 Suppl, 80| the medium of ~its proper dimensions, in respect of which a located 96 Suppl, 80| matter would be under great ~dimensions and sometimes under small 97 Suppl, 80| and sometimes under small dimensions, and thus it would be ~rarefied 98 Suppl, 81| being circumscribed by its dimensions, is perfected by its ~natural


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