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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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transmutation

   Part, Question
1 1, 42 | generation is a certain kind of transmutation ~of one proceeding from 2 1, 44 | and when they ~perceived transmutation to take place in bodies 3 1, 65 | corporeal creatures no ~transmutation from potentiality to act 4 1, 67 | light is not produced by the transmutation of matter, as though ~matter 5 1, 77 | subject is ~not by way of transmutation, but by a certain natural 6 1, 77 | from the essence, not by a ~transmutation, but by a certain natural 7 1, 42 | generation is a certain kind of transmutation ~of one proceeding from 8 1, 45 | and when they ~perceived transmutation to take place in bodies 9 1, 66 | corporeal creatures no ~transmutation from potentiality to act 10 1, 68 | light is not produced by the transmutation of matter, as though ~matter 11 1, 76 | subject is ~not by way of transmutation, but by a certain natural 12 1, 76 | from the essence, not by a ~transmutation, but by a certain natural 13 1, 89 | which would ~involve the transmutation of one spiritual substance 14 1, 89 | effected through ~a certain transmutation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[90] A[ 15 2, 17 | to the effect of ~formal transmutation, as was shown in the FP, 16 2, 17 | accompanied by a formal transmutation of the body, consisting 17 2, 22 | only in respect of a bodily transmutation; wherefore ~passion properly 18 2, 22 | difference; because when this transmutation is for the worse, it has 19 2, 22 | passion accompanied by ~transmutation to something worse. And 20 2, 22 | in respect of a bodily ~transmutation. Therefore passion is not 21 2, 22 | where there is corporeal transmutation. This corporeal transmutation 22 2, 22 | transmutation. This corporeal transmutation is ~found in the act of 23 2, 22 | is no need for ~corporeal transmutation in the act of the intellectual 24 2, 31 | accompanied by a bodily ~transmutation, whereas delight of the 25 2, 31 | when accompanied by bodily transmutation. It is not thus in the ~ 26 2, 31 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Bodily transmutation arises more from bodily 27 2, 37 | that it ~involves bodily transmutation more than inward sorrow 28 2, 37 | existence do not cause a transmutation in the body: as ~is evident 29 2, 37 | to its ~having a bodily transmutation in conjunction with it. 30 2, 37 | conjunction with it. But bodily ~transmutation takes place in all the passions 31 2, 37 | of the soul, the bodily ~transmutation which is their material 32 2, 37 | naturally the cause of bodily transmutation. Nor ~is there any parallel 33 2, 37 | passions imply a bodily transmutation which is ~specifically in 34 2, 37 | whereas sorrow ~implies a transmutation that is repugnant thereto, 35 2, 38 | is due to a non-natural transmutation; for sorrow ~itself implies 36 2, 38 | body, ~denote a certain transmutation of the heart. But such remedies 37 2, 41 | accompanied by a bodily transmutation. And, again, most ~properly 38 2, 41 | accompanied by ~a certain transmutation - i.e. contraction - as 39 2, 44 | power, while ~the bodily transmutation is the material element. 40 2, 44 | consequently the bodily transmutation assumes ~a resemblance to 41 2, 45 | and ~in a certain bodily transmutation; a thing may be considered 42 2, 45 | the ~part of the bodily transmutation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 43 2, 45 | On the part of the bodily transmutation, daring is caused through 44 2, 48 | Q[44], A[1]), the bodily transmutation ~that occurs in the passions 45 2, 53 | are impeded by corporal ~transmutation. But the intellectual movement 46 2, 77 | Thirdly, by way of ~bodily transmutation, the result of which is 47 2, 113 | justification implies a ~transmutation from the state of injustice 48 2, 113 | its term ~"whence," the transmutation whereby anyone is changed 49 2, 113 | rectitude of order. Hence this transmutation is named after justice ~ 50 2, 113 | grace there is a certain ~transmutation of the human soul, and hence 51 2, 113 | conservation of grace is without transmutation: no movement on ~the part 52 2, 113 | remission of sin, to which this transmutation is ordained as to an end, ~ 53 2, 33 | account of some ~bodily transmutation a man becomes apt to commit 54 2, 156 | resulting from a bodily transmutation. ~This movement is a necessary 55 3, 6 | which exists first in the transmutation of the matter. Now in the ~ 56 3, 13 | omnipotence with regard to the ~transmutation of creatures?~Aquin.: SMT 57 3, 13 | omnipotence with regard ~to the transmutation of creatures. For He Himself 58 3, 13 | omnipotence with regard to the transmutation of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 59 3, 13 | omnipotence with regard to the transmutation of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 60 3, 13 | works of might. But every transmutation of the creature can ~belong 61 3, 13 | omnipotence with regard to the ~transmutation of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 62 3, 13 | omnipotence ~with regard to the transmutation of creatures. Therefore 63 3, 13 | is ~with respect to the transmutation of creatures, which is three-fold. 64 3, 13 | earth" [*Eph. 1:10]. But the transmutation of creatures, ~inasmuch 65 3, 13 | omnipotence with regard ~to the transmutation of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 66 3, 13 | Christ's soul; yet not every transmutation that can be ~made in a creature 67 3, 75 | creation, and with natural transmutation, and in ~some respect differs 68 3, 75 | substance of bread; in natural transmutation white after black, ~or fire 69 3, 75 | appears in every natural ~transmutation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 70 3, 75 | in common with natural ~transmutation in two respects, although 71 3, 75 | Christ; whereas in natural transmutation the matter of ~the one receives 72 3, 75 | subject remains in natural ~transmutation; whereas in this sacrament 73 3, 75 | sacrament, just as in ~natural transmutation. But since in this sacrament 74 3, 75 | one of the extremes of the transmutation, as ~when it is said "a 75 Suppl, 73| something pertaining to the ~transmutation of the bodies, to wit the 76 Suppl, 79| ways. First by a natural transmutation, when ~namely the organ 77 Suppl, 79| Secondly, by a spiritual transmutation, as when a ~sensible quality 78 Suppl, 94| external agencies, not by the transmutation of their body ~from its


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