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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | various similitudes and figures is proper to poetry, the 2 1, 1 | be expounded by ~means of figures taken from corporeal things, 3 1, 1 | very hiding of ~truth in figures is useful for the exercise 4 1, 7 | actual. But the species of figures are infinite. Therefore 5 1, 7 | infinite number of actual figures is possible.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 7 | Reply OBJ 2: Species of figures are infinite by infinitude 7 1, 7 | there are various species of figures, such as trilateral, ~quadrilateral 8 1, 7 | neither is the multitude of figures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4] 9 1, 12 | and not by riddles and figures doth he see the Lord" (Num. ~ 10 1, 12 | in the sense that certain figures are formed in ~the senses 11 1, 35 | animals are of different figures; but not of different ~colors. 12 1, 43 | sacraments, and in all ~the figures of the law. Thus the Holy 13 1, 51 | Scripture under sensible figures, since it is ~not said for 14 1, 51 | similitude through sensible figures; so it is not ~contrary 15 1, 66 | Hence he uses a variety of figures in speaking of it, ~calling 16 1, 76 | souls to the species of figures, one of which ~contains 17 1, 77 | or ~powers of the soul to figures. But figures have an order 18 1, 77 | the soul to figures. But figures have an order among ~themselves. 19 1, 77 | after, like numbers and figures, if considered in their 20 1, 77 | the species of numbers and figures. ~But this opposition does 21 1, 43 | sacraments, and in all ~the figures of the law. Thus the Holy 22 1, 52 | Scripture under sensible figures, since it is ~not said for 23 1, 52 | similitude through sensible figures; so it is not ~contrary 24 1, 67 | Hence he uses a variety of figures in speaking of it, ~calling 25 1, 75 | souls to the species of figures, one of which ~contains 26 1, 76 | or ~powers of the soul to figures. But figures have an order 27 1, 76 | the soul to figures. But figures have an order among ~themselves. 28 1, 76 | after, like numbers and figures, if considered in their 29 1, 76 | the species of numbers and figures. ~But this opposition does 30 1, 84 | as number, dimension, and figures, which are the ~terminations 31 1, 85 | habitually species of ~numbers or figures that are not in the imagination, 32 1, 114 | sounds and words, forms and figures," as ~Porphyry says, quoted 33 2, 29 | the species of ~numbers, figures and movements. Sometimes 34 2, 52 | double and treble, and of figures of quantity, ~as triangle 35 2, 52 | where in explaining why figures are not susceptible of ~ 36 2, 72 | division of numbers and figures: for a ~triangle is distinguished 37 2, 101 | of ~the Law were given as figures of something, it seems unbecoming 38 2, 101 | form of certain sensible figures, as Dionysius states (Coel. ~ 39 2, 101 | people under a veil of ~figures, that thus they might know 40 2, 101 | implicitly by using ~those figures to the honor of God.~Aquin.: 41 2, 101 | signs by means of sensible ~figures.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 42 2, 101 | Law, which sacraments were figures of the sanctification to 43 2, 102 | had ~been given merely as figures of things to come, and not 44 2, 102 | the imperfection of the figures of the ~Law, various figures 45 2, 102 | figures of the ~Law, various figures were instituted in the temple 46 2, 102 | sacraments of the Old Law were figures of the ~sacraments of the 47 2, 102 | uncleannesses was that they were figures ~of various sins. For the 48 2, 102 | things happened to them in ~figures." Consequently the reasons 49 2, 103 | they were ~intended to be figures of Christ. Therefore the 50 2, 104 | precepts to be instituted as ~figures of something else. Therefore, 51 2, 104 | precepts of the Old Law figures of anything.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 104 | be taught under certain figures, because the things of God 53 2, 104 | instituted that they might be ~figures, but that they might shape 54 2, 104 | for the purpose of being figures, but for the performance 55 2, 114 | temporal ~promises were figures of spiritual things to come. 56 2, 1 | people, ~either openly or in figures.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[7] 57 2, 8 | meaning; under likenesses and figures the truth they ~denote lies 58 2, 47 | anxiety preserves the ~figures of images entire." Fourthly, 59 2, 85 | numerical limit, since the figures do not go beyond ten but 60 2, 89 | material ~instruments were figures of something else.~Aquin.: 61 2, 93 | that occur to the eye, ~of figures in certain bodies, there 62 2, 109 | the truth." And he cites figures of ~speech as an example, 63 2, 174 | being unknown, or from the ~figures of speech employed, according 64 2, 178 | under certain ~symbolic figures, and by its power we are 65 2, 180 | away from her." Now Mary figures the ~contemplative life. 66 3, 5 | appearance ~only, being figures; and that the apparition 67 3, 5 | thing prefigured by these ~figures. Hence the Apostle says ( 68 3, 7 | plainly and not by riddles and figures doth he see God" ~(Num. 69 3, 22 | in the Old Testament were figures of ~Christ, according to 70 3, 27 | of the Old Testament were figures of the ~New, according to 71 3, 36 | sacraments of the Old Law were figures of ~Christ. But the sacraments 72 3, 46 | death responds to very many ~figures. For, as Augustine says 73 3, 47 | ancient ~sacrifices were figures of that true sacrifice which 74 3, 48 | the Old Law, which were ~figures of Christ: nay, such sacrifices 75 3, 53 | for, the first was under figures of the ~Law; the second 76 3, 61 | sacraments are signs or figures of the truth, it seems that 77 3, 61 | state of the Old Law, whose figures are fulfilled in ~the New, 78 3, 65 | they remain no longer as figures, and therefore they are 79 3, 66 | Law. For these were mere figures: whereas ~Baptism derived 80 3, 66 | restricted to a number ~of figures by Christ, Who came to fulfil 81 3, 66 | the Old Law," which were figures of our Baptism, as to ~the 82 3, 70 | the Red ~Sea were indeed figures of our Baptism, whereby 83 3, 70 | that these two things were figures but not ~sacraments. But 84 3, 73 | Its institution;~(6) Its figures.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 85 3, 73 | in this ~sacrament, its figures were all the sacrifices 86 3, 83 | sacrificed, even in the figures of the ~Old Testament: hence 87 Suppl, 29| sacraments of the Old Law were figures of the ~sacraments of the 88 Suppl, 37| this ~sacrament except in figures. Hence announcing of the 89 Suppl, 74| especially since all the figures ~of the Old Testament were 90 Suppl, 93| according to ~the species and figures of the numbers rather than


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