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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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supposed

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | whatever number of places be ~supposed, even if an infinite number 2 1, 8 | if an infinite number be supposed besides what already ~exist, 3 1, 8 | whatever number ~of places be supposed to exist, God must be in 4 1, 10 | something, ~which being supposed, its opposite is not subject 5 1, 13 | cause only, as some have supposed. For when it is said, "God 6 1, 13 | applied univocally to this supposed ~happiness, and also to 7 1, 15 | succession of agents, as has been supposed by those who have taught 8 1, 19 | will, and not, as some have supposed, by a ~necessity of His 9 1, 23 | yet it is not possible, ~supposed, as in fact it is supposed. 10 1, 23 | supposed, as in fact it is supposed. that he is predestinated. 11 1, 25 | the present creation being supposed, cannot ~be better, on account 12 1, 39 | in faith; for it may be supposed either that ~such belong 13 1, 45 | operation of art. But the thing supposed in ~natural generation is 14 1, 45 | fire. ~And so some have supposed that although creation is 15 1, 50 | under ~imagination, they supposed that no being existed except 16 1, 50 | heavenly ~bodies, which he supposed to be made up of elements, 17 1, 52 | reach of their imaginations supposed the ~indivisibility of the 18 1, 68 | of the elements must be ~supposed different from that given 19 1, 74 | matter, lest it should be supposed that God loved of necessity 20 1, 75 | above their imagination, supposed that the ~principle of these 21 1, 75 | could be held if it were supposed that the operation of the ~ 22 1, 75 | whatever created form be supposed to subsist "per se," must ~ 23 1, 75 | species; and this because he supposed that in ~these substances 24 1, 76 | De Anima ii, 2), it is supposed that the intellect ~is a 25 1, 76 | it is understood; for he supposed ~that the natures of things 26 1, 76 | as he held, the soul was ~supposed to be united to the body, 27 1, 39 | in faith; for it may be supposed either that ~such belong 28 1, 46 | operation of art. But the thing supposed in ~natural generation is 29 1, 46 | fire. ~And so some have supposed that although creation is 30 1, 51 | under ~imagination, they supposed that no being existed except 31 1, 51 | heavenly ~bodies, which he supposed to be made up of elements, 32 1, 53 | reach of their imaginations supposed the indivisibility of the 33 1, 69 | of the elements must be ~supposed different from that given 34 1, 73 | matter, lest it should be supposed that God loved of necessity 35 1, 74 | above their imagination, supposed that the ~principle of these 36 1, 74 | could be held if it were supposed that the operation of the ~ 37 1, 74 | whatever created form be supposed to subsist "per se," must ~ 38 1, 74 | species; and this because he supposed that in ~these substances 39 1, 75 | De Anima ii, 2), it is supposed that the intellect ~is a 40 1, 75 | it is understood; for he supposed ~that the natures of things 41 1, 75 | as he held, the soul was ~supposed to be united to the body, 42 1, 78 | farther on (A[4]). For Plato supposed that the forms of ~natural 43 1, 87 | things; as the Platonists supposed. But ~supposing, on the 44 1, 89 | above their imagination, supposed that nothing but bodies ~ 45 1, 89 | found iv. 31.]) So some supposed man's soul to be part ~of 46 1, 89 | reason holds if the soul ~is supposed to be composed of some spiritual 47 1, 90 | from God. Some, ~indeed, supposed that the forms which are 48 1, 108 | orders; as ~is commonly supposed. Therefore, if some demons 49 1, 109 | differed ~from Plato because he supposed only one immaterial substance 50 1, 114 | separate, as the ~Platonists supposed, it would be, in a fashion, 51 1, 114 | species, since ~they are supposed to be immovable, would always 52 2, 1 | that from the end, already supposed, ~we may proceed downwards 53 2, 10 | follows from ~its being supposed. But something impossible 54 2, 20 | nature of the cause, and are supposed to ~be foreseen. For this 55 2, 23 | withdrawal: because the evil is ~supposed to be already present or 56 2, 32 | and ~possibility, at least supposed, of attainment.~Aquin.: 57 2, 109 | corporeal or spiritual nature is supposed ~to be, it cannot proceed 58 2, 114 | objection would hold good, if we supposed the ~operations equal in 59 2, 1 | of the Fathers, but is ~supposed as already settled in the 60 2, 16 | as belong to him who is supposed to hope for them."~Aquin.: 61 3, 5 | troubled and frighted, supposed that they saw a spirit," 62 3, 5 | imaginary one, such ~as Manes supposed, so likewise it would not 63 3, 5 | have been maintained if we ~supposed, as did Valentine, that 64 3, 9 | 2: If the two lights are supposed to be in the same order, 65 3, 15 | life, what pain ~may He be supposed to have suffered in the 66 3, 19 | human nature in Christ is supposed to be imperfect; and ~by 67 3, 19 | confusion of the natures is supposed. Hence it is with ~reason 68 3, 28 | 23): "Being, ~as it was supposed, the son of Joseph."~Aquin.: 69 3, 31 | began: "Being (as ~it was supposed) the son of Joseph." For 70 3, 31 | Para. 3/7~Others again have supposed that Matthew gave the forefathers 71 3, 31 | Christ is ~said to have been supposed to be the son of Joseph, 72 3, 54 | troubled and frightened, supposed that they saw ~a spirit," 73 3, 65 | that is to say, sin being supposed. ~Wherefore it is written 74 3, 66 | phlegmatic humor, as some have supposed. For a ~liquid of this kind 75 3, 84 | and on something being supposed, ~viz. sin: for unless man 76 Suppl, 36| many persons, it may be supposed ~with probability that the 77 Suppl, 70| such like powers are not supposed to ~elicit that affection, 78 Suppl, 71| incident of Trajan it may be supposed with ~probability that he 79 Suppl, 94| of an animal, so is hell supposed to be in the ~middle of


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