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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | which it is treated, have asserted the object of this ~science 2 1, 7 | infinity; forasmuch as they ~asserted that matter was the first 3 1, 11 | were by truth, when they asserted ~an infinite principle, 4 1, 11 | an infinite principle, asserted likewise that there was 5 1, 16 | be. Similarly, if it be asserted that truth has an end, it ~ 6 1, 29 | the ~opinion of Plato, who asserted that the species of things 7 1, 30 | quantity has no place in God, ~asserted that the numeral terms do 8 1, 32 | because the Platonists asserted the existence of one Primal 9 1, 34 | Arians ~pretended, because he asserted that the Son was born by 10 1, 36 | Although, too, it has been asserted by some that while Damascene 11 1, 39 | Therefore this should not be asserted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 12 1, 44 | things, as ~the ancients asserted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 13 1, 45 | create. And thus Avicenna asserted that the first ~separate 14 1, 45 | exist in matter; for they asserted that forms are latent. This ~ 15 1, 45 | in potentiality," they asserted that they pre-exist "simply." ~ 16 1, 46 | some of the ~ancients who asserted that the world began to 17 1, 46 | text 10) against those ~who asserted the eternity of time, but 18 1, 46 | the world; indeed this is asserted by ~the more approved philosophers. 19 1, 46 | opinion of ~philosophers who asserted the eternity of the world 20 1, 46 | De Civ. ~Dei xii. 13], asserted on this account a circuit 21 1, 47 | created equal by God. ~For he asserted that God first created only 22 1, 48 | nature; and therefore ~they asserted the existence of the genus 23 1, 57 | 30) he says "it cannot be asserted how this is done."~Aquin.: 24 1, 74 | those especially who ~have asserted that all visible things 25 1, 75 | something corporeal: for they asserted ~that only bodies were real 26 1, 39 | Therefore this should not be asserted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 27 1, 45 | things, as ~the ancients asserted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 28 1, 46 | create. And thus Avicenna asserted that the first ~separate 29 1, 46 | exist in matter; for they asserted that forms are latent. This ~ 30 1, 46 | in potentiality," they asserted that they pre-exist "simply." ~ 31 1, 47 | some of the ~ancients who asserted that the world began to 32 1, 47 | text 10) against those ~who asserted the eternity of time, but 33 1, 47 | the world; indeed this is asserted by ~the more approved philosophers. 34 1, 47 | opinion of ~philosophers who asserted the eternity of the world 35 1, 47 | De Civ. ~Dei xii. 13], asserted on this account a circuit 36 1, 48 | created equal by God. ~For he asserted that God first created only 37 1, 49 | nature; and therefore ~they asserted the existence of the genus 38 1, 58 | 30) he says "it cannot be asserted how this is done."~Aquin.: 39 1, 73 | those especially who ~have asserted that all visible things 40 1, 74 | something corporeal: for they asserted ~that only bodies were real 41 1, 84 | I answer that, Some have asserted that our intellectual faculties 42 1, 86 | For even the Platonists ~asserted than an order of intelligible 43 1, 107 | this ~distinction, some asserted that men can in no way be 44 1, 109 | Did.) vol. ii, p. ~218] asserted that the forms which are 45 1, 109 | Hence also the philosophers asserted ~that the supreme bodies 46 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The asserted likeness of the practical 47 2, 34 | neither with the Stoics, who asserted that all ~pleasures are 48 2, 92 | of their gods, as Varro ~asserted, and Augustine relates ( 49 2, 180 | active life. This is moreover asserted by Gregory (Hom. iii in 50 3, 15 | reason of this the Stoics ~asserted to be that no one is saddened 51 3, 17 | neuter. But because they asserted one Person, ~they said that 52 3, 17 | hand, the ~Nestorians, who asserted two Persons in Christ, said 53 3, 28 | human body; ~which cannot be asserted. It seems therefore that 54 3, 29 | more ~credible by which she asserted her virginity. Thus Ambrose 55 3, 39 | we say ~this as though we asserted that our Lord Jesus Christ 56 3, 54 | instance, as ~Valentine asserted, it is much more unbecoming 57 3, 55 | they were men, as Christ asserted that He was truly a man. 58 3, 67 | should anything be ~rashly asserted hereupon, without the authority 59 3, 81 | because nothing ought to be asserted of either Christ's doings 60 Suppl, 39| Order. Some, however, have asserted that the male sex is ~necessary 61 Suppl, 48| that ~they said well who asserted that to consent to marriage 62 Suppl, 54| the opinion of those who asserted that the whole ~nature of 63 Suppl, 58| I answer that, Some have asserted that witchcraft is nothing 64 Suppl, 64| In this regard some have asserted that a menstruous woman ~ 65 Suppl, 65| divortiis, cap. Gaudemus) it is asserted ~that is was never lawful 66 Suppl, 69| the spiritual world, as asserted by Augustine (De Trin. ~ 67 Suppl, 70| Body Para. 7/8~This way is asserted by Gregory (Dial. iv, 29). 68 Suppl, 72| of God, or of Arius, who asserted that the person of the Son 69 Suppl, 72| mentioned ~by Jerome are not asserted by him; he merely says that 70 Suppl, 72| elements, although some have asserted this. If, ~however, they 71 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 1: When it is asserted that every creature of God 72 Suppl, 72| power: wherefore Anaxagoras asserted that the ~separation was 73 Suppl, 72| foundations. ~For certain heretics asserted that all bodily things are 74 Suppl, 74| another body; thus Pythagoras asserted that "any soul will enter 75 Suppl, 74| xx, 7), certain heretics asserted that there will be a first ~ 76 Suppl, 75| it follow, if it can be asserted without error that some 77 Suppl, 77| as ~the second opinion asserted. But it states that all 78 Suppl, 78| known as the Chiliasts ~asserted; who, moreover, according 79 Suppl, 82| I answer that, Some have asserted that the clarity of the 80 Suppl, 88| again. But ~this cannot be asserted for since their form comes 81 Suppl, 89| according to us, it must be asserted that our ~intellect will 82 Suppl, 94| meaning of Isidore when he ~asserted that "the sun and the moon 83 Appen1, 2| I answer that, Some have asserted that no sin is remitted


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