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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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changes

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | hot, and thereby moves and changes it. Now it is not possible ~ 2 1, 5 | or taken from a number, ~changes its species, so a difference 3 1, 5 | taken from a ~definition, changes its species. Further, upon 4 1, 13 | Now a ~different genus changes an essence, since the genus 5 1, 16 | truth of an enunciation changes, it changes ~mostly with 6 1, 16 | enunciation changes, it changes ~mostly with the changing 7 1, 16 | the ~proposition in no way changes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 8 1, 16 | so far as our ~intellect changes from truth to falsity, for 9 1, 16 | the truth of an opinion changes, and consequently the truth ~ 10 1, 19 | The sentence of God ~changes, but not His counsel" - 11 1, 19 | that God has a will ~that changes, but that He sometimes wills 12 1, 20 | or ill, according to the ~changes of fortune and happiness; 13 1, 44 | causes for these accidental changes, as for instance, affinity, ~ 14 1, 45 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Changes receive species and dignity, 15 1, 46 | absurd from such particular changes to hold the opinion of the ~ 16 1, 53 | Therefore all instantaneous changes of the ~kind are terms of 17 1, 63 | same instant. But if the changes are ~instantaneous, then 18 1, 67 | are warmed, and ~natural changes cannot be brought about 19 1, 70 | Secondly, as regards the changes of the seasons, which prevent 20 1, 70 | heaven are set for signs of changes ~effected in corporeal creatures, 21 1, 70 | creatures, but not of those changes which depend ~upon the free-will.~ 22 1, 74 | adornment imply certain changes in the creature which are ~ 23 1, 75 | science, and ~virtue; and it changes from ignorance to knowledge 24 1, 45 | causes for these accidental changes, as for instance, affinity, ~ 25 1, 46 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Changes receive species and dignity, 26 1, 47 | absurd from such particular changes to hold the opinion of the ~ 27 1, 54 | Therefore all instantaneous changes of the ~kind are terms of 28 1, 64 | same instant. But if the changes are ~instantaneous, then 29 1, 68 | are warmed, and ~natural changes cannot be brought about 30 1, 71 | Secondly, as regards the changes of the seasons, which prevent 31 1, 71 | heaven are set for signs of changes ~effected in corporeal creatures, 32 1, 71 | creatures, but not of those changes which depend ~upon the free-will.~ 33 1, 73 | adornment imply certain changes in the creature which are ~ 34 1, 74 | science, and ~virtue; and it changes from ignorance to knowledge 35 1, 90 | the heavens causes natural changes; but not ~changes that surpass 36 1, 90 | natural changes; but not ~changes that surpass the order of 37 1, 96 | according as one thing changes ~another from its natural 38 1, 101 | have influence on such changes. But in this sense it would 39 1, 110 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: An angel changes the imagination, not indeed 40 1, 114 | storms and ~atmospheric changes."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] 41 2, 5 | remain unimpaired, outward ~changes can indeed disturb such 42 2, 18 | action ~better or worse, changes its species.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 23 | contrariety of movements or ~changes. Now there is a twofold 44 2, 23 | a twofold contrariety in changes and movements, as ~stated 45 2, 23 | contrariety belongs properly to ~changes, i.e. to generation, which 46 2, 32 | on account of the many changes to which ~they are subject, 47 2, 35 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Bodily changes are more liable to be caused 48 2, 52 | addition or subtraction changes the species. If, therefore, 49 2, 53 | corruption and diminution are changes. Now nothing is ~changed 50 2, 106 | Old Law underwent frequent changes, since at times the laws ~ 51 2, 30 | The first is when ~a man changes his state of life, for instance, 52 2, 30 | at once, except when he changes his state of life, wherefore ~ 53 2, 33 | it affects a ~body that changes place, it is called "restlessness 54 2, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the changes of age are according to 55 2, 66 | slight difference ~of words changes the sense, even though the 56 2, 86 | from his ~fault, when he changes his mind by breaking his 57 2, 93 | for their life - such as changes resulting from rain and 58 2, 169 | His sentence, although He changes not His counsel" [*Cf. FP, ~ 59 3, 36 | written (Dan. 2:21): "He changes time and ages." ~Consequently 60 3, 44 | sufficiently proved by changes wrought in the lower bodies, 61 3, 44 | the lower bodies, which changes ~can be brought about by 62 3, 44 | other causes, as it is by changes wrought in the ~course of 63 3, 44 | by Him who made all ~and changes all by His word." Therefore 64 3, 44 | is not destroyed when God changes its course: ~but it would 65 3, 60 | corruption of anything changes its species. But some ~corrupt 66 3, 60 | the beginning of a word changes the meaning, whereas a change 67 3, 60 | or subtraction in forms ~changes the species, as also in 68 3, 69 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: When God changes man's will from evil to 69 3, 73 | partaken of; but spiritual food changes man into itself, according 70 3, 75 | change is not like natural changes, but is entirely ~supernatural, 71 3, 75 | See how Christ's word changes nature's laws, as He wills: 72 3, 75 | same holds good in natural changes, ~as is evident from the 73 3, 75 | OBJ 2: In instantaneous changes a thing is "in becoming," 74 3, 77 | subject, just as subject changes accidents; for ~nature yields 75 3, 78 | says: "The invisible Priest changes visible ~creatures into 76 3, 78 | instantaneous; and in such changes the "becoming" is nothing 77 3, 78 | because ~Christ's word changes a creature into something 78 3, 90 | according to the various ~changes intended by the penitent.~ 79 Suppl, 46| truth of the matter, ~but changes the judgment which is about 80 Suppl, 71| aforesaid authorities. Now "God changes His sentence but ~not his 81 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 1: This movement changes nothing pertaining to their 82 Suppl, 72| only local movement, which changes nothing ~intrinsic to a 83 Suppl, 81| Reply OBJ 1: Local movement changes nothing that is intrinsic 84 Suppl, 81| entity, ~but not to those changes which have only one positive 85 Suppl, 88| there will be a cycle of changes in the world as Empedocles 86 Suppl, 96| of its unhappiness) He ~changes vessels of mercy into something


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