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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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succession

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | species and order in endless succession.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 2 1, 8 | the relation of time to succession is the same as the ~relation 3 1, 8 | things, and as a moment in ~succession; and this kind of the indivisible 4 1, 8 | were everywhere: for in a succession of glances it comprehends 5 1, 10 | and ~"after." For since succession occurs in every movement, 6 1, 10 | wholly immutable ~can have no succession, so it has no beginning, 7 1, 10 | because eternity has no succession, being ~simultaneously whole.~ 8 1, 10 | names implying time and succession.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 9 1, 12 | successively; for ~time means succession.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 10 1, 14 | discursion: ~one is according to succession only, as when we have actually 11 1, 14 | which we understand in succession ~if each is considered in 12 1, 14 | since eternity is without ~succession, comprehending all time, 13 1, 14 | Transition imports a certain succession of parts; and hence ~it 14 1, 14 | according to a certain succession. On this account the things 15 1, 15 | accidental result of a ~succession of agents, as has been supposed 16 1, 46 | according to an imaginary succession of time after time. ~But 17 1, 46 | according to an ~imaginary succession of time succeeding time, 18 1, 46 | being simultaneously without succession; but with the ~world it 19 1, 53 | whereto": because the very succession of "wheres," ~regarding 20 1, 53 | part of number: ~hence the succession of the various places, even 21 1, 53 | continuous, but ~a kind of succession of 'nows,' it will have 22 1, 57 | his ~mind according to the succession of intelligible concepts; 23 1, 57 | And thus, since there is succession in the angel's ~intellect, 24 1, 61 | which is the measure ~of the succession of his existence after his 25 1, 61 | also the measure of the succession which is in his operations. 26 1, 62 | except as ~reckoning the succession of their acts. Now their 27 1, 63 | time is taken to mean the ~succession of their mental acts, or 28 1, 66 | some kind, at ~least in the succession of concepts and affections 29 1, 66 | measure of priority and succession in movement."~Aquin.: SMT 30 1, 67 | variations is the cause of the succession of days, ~months, and years. 31 1, 68 | mention of days denotes succession of time, whereas the ~firmament, 32 1, 68 | lit. iv, 22,24), and not succession in ~time, there is then 33 1, 70 | for he ~does not hold a succession of time in these works, 34 1, 74 | things known, and not a succession in ~the knowledge acquired, 35 1, 74 | however, the days signify a ~succession both in time, and in the 36 1, 47 | according to an imaginary succession of time after time. ~But 37 1, 47 | according to an ~imaginary succession of time succeeding time, 38 1, 47 | being simultaneously without succession; but with the ~world it 39 1, 54 | whereto": because the very succession of "wheres," ~regarding 40 1, 54 | part of number: ~hence the succession of the various places, even 41 1, 54 | continuous, but ~a kind of succession of 'nows,' it will have 42 1, 58 | his ~mind according to the succession of intelligible concepts; 43 1, 58 | And thus, since there is succession in the angel's ~intellect, 44 1, 62 | which is the measure ~of the succession of his existence after his 45 1, 62 | also the measure of the succession which is in his operations. 46 1, 63 | except as ~reckoning the succession of their acts. Now their 47 1, 64 | time is taken to mean the ~succession of their mental acts, or 48 1, 67 | some kind, at ~least in the succession of concepts and affections 49 1, 67 | measure of priority and succession in movement."~Aquin.: SMT 50 1, 68 | variations is the cause of the succession of days, ~months, and years. 51 1, 69 | mention of days denotes succession of time, whereas the ~firmament, 52 1, 69 | lit. iv, 22,24), and not succession in ~time, there is then 53 1, 71 | for he ~does not hold a succession of time in these works, 54 1, 73 | things known, and not a succession in ~the knowledge acquired, 55 1, 73 | however, the days signify a ~succession both in time, and in the 56 1, 84 | above time, whereas the succession of before and ~after belongs 57 1, 84 | understand ~different things in succession, but at the same time.~Aquin.: 58 1, 85 | counting them according to the succession of our knowledge: ~which 59 1, 85 | counted according to this succession of occupation. ~On the other 60 1, 114 | those things which, in the succession of time, are produced by ~ 61 2, 31 | to be in time, to which succession or something ~pertaining 62 2, 31 | something ~pertaining to succession is essential: such are movement, 63 2, 31 | of themselves, to which succession is ~not essential, but which 64 2, 67 | the lost there will be a succession of ~punishments, so that 65 2, 67 | glory of the saints has no succession, by ~reason of its being 66 2, 105 | office was bequeathed by succession from ~father to son: and 67 2, 105 | which it ~was necessary that succession should be granted to the 68 2, 105 | of Israel, with all the succession of his kindred." The same ~ 69 2, 106 | but through ~an orderly succession of time; thus one is at 70 2, 106 | place, but according to succession of time. Hence the New Law 71 2, 113 | process, and this implies ~succession, the justification of the 72 2, 113 | an ~instant and without succession. And the reason of this 73 2, 113 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 5: The succession of opposites in the same 74 2, 113 | otherwise. For if there be any ~succession of affections or intellectual 75 2, 113 | as in the ~angels), such succession is not measured by continuous 76 3, 7 | from the beginning ~without succession. Hence habitual grace is 77 3, 26 | human body is animated in succession by (1) a vegetative, ~(2) 78 3, 33 | The third also requires a ~succession of time: both because there 79 3, 75 | place according to the ~succession of time, which is between 80 Suppl, 57| directed to ~hereditary succession, wherefore those alone are 81 Suppl, 57| adoption aims at hereditary succession and a ~certain subjection 82 Suppl, 57| education; and hereditary succession is ~subsequent to these. 83 Suppl, 81| contradiction, because the very ~succession of places is local movement. 84 Suppl, 88| state there will ~be no succession of days: wherefore the laws 85 Suppl, 89| understands two things in succession, in the same way as primary


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