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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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supposita

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | themselves should be subsisting "supposita." ~Therefore "suppositum" 2 1, 31 | term, plurality of ~the "supposita," and a unity of some kind 3 1, 31 | unity of nature; as the "supposita" ~of a nature are said to 4 1, 31 | that the nature is in its "supposita."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 5 1, 31 | imports a distinction in the "supposita" of which it is ~spoken. 6 1, 31 | there would be three ~"supposita" of the Trinity; as when 7 1, 31 | follows ~that there are three "supposita" of the Godhead.~Aquin.: 8 1, 36 | Son, but only order of 'supposita'; and hence we say that 9 1, 36 | property being in two ~"supposita" that possess one common 10 1, 36 | But if we consider the ~"supposita" of the spiration, then 11 1, 36 | of the ~distinction of "supposita," as also there are two 12 1, 36 | of the plurality of the "supposita" but not two ~spirators 13 1, 36 | their number from the "supposita" but substantives from themselves, ~ 14 1, 39 | them they ~distinguish the "supposita"; and yet the essence is 15 1, 39 | are called "subjects," "supposita," or ~"hypostases." So the 16 1, 39 | divine persons are named "supposita" or ~"hypostases," but not 17 1, 39 | adjectives depends upon their ~"supposita." In creatures, one form 18 1, 39 | does not exist in several "supposita" ~except by unity of order, 19 1, 39 | forasmuch as in the three "supposita" of human nature there are 20 1, 39 | reason ~of the plurality of "supposita." For we say there are three " 21 1, 39 | reason of the plurality of "supposita" the Greeks said "three ~ 22 1, 39 | to be found in ~several "supposita." So it need not always 23 1, 39 | exists distinction in the "supposita."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 24 1, 39 | because actions ~belong to "supposita." So "nature from nature," 25 1, 39 | Godhead is one in several "supposita," it agrees ~in a certain 26 1, 39 | verified of ~any one of the "supposita" of the divine nature. For 27 1, 39 | although to ~say of any of the "supposita" of the divine nature, " 28 1, 40 | are not designated as ~"supposita," but as forms of "supposita." 29 1, 40 | supposita," but as forms of "supposita." And so their mode of ~ 30 1, 40 | carry with them their own "supposita," ~inasmuch as they are 31 1, 39 | them they ~distinguish the "supposita"; and yet the essence is 32 1, 39 | are called "subjects," "supposita," or ~"hypostases." So the 33 1, 39 | divine persons are named "supposita" or ~"hypostases," but not 34 1, 39 | adjectives depends upon their ~"supposita." In creatures, one form 35 1, 39 | does not exist in several "supposita" ~except by unity of order, 36 1, 39 | forasmuch as in the three "supposita" of human nature there are 37 1, 39 | reason ~of the plurality of "supposita." For we say there are three " 38 1, 39 | reason of the plurality of "supposita" the Greeks said "three ~ 39 1, 39 | to be found in ~several "supposita." So it need not always 40 1, 39 | exists distinction in the "supposita."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 41 1, 39 | because actions ~belong to "supposita." So "nature from nature," 42 1, 39 | Godhead is one in several "supposita," it agrees ~in a certain 43 1, 39 | verified of ~any one of the "supposita" of the divine nature. For 44 1, 39 | although to ~say of any of the "supposita" of the divine nature, " 45 1, 40 | are not designated as ~"supposita," but as forms of "supposita." 46 1, 40 | supposita," but as forms of "supposita." And so their mode of ~ 47 1, 40 | carry with them their own "supposita," ~inasmuch as they are 48 3, 2 | two ~hypostases, or two supposita, or that the union did not 49 3, 2 | maintained two hypostases, or two supposita, saying that a man, composed ~ 50 3, 2 | maintain two hypostases or supposita in Christ is the ~same as 51 3, 3 | be predicated of several supposita, but nothing prevents several ~ 52 3, 3 | multiplied by ~distinct supposita. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[ 53 3, 3 | several men ~have distinct supposita, whereas in this case there 54 3, 3 | by the multiplication of ~supposita. But in the mystery of the 55 3, 3 | without ~distinction of supposita.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[7] 56 3, 3 | unless ~there are several supposita. For a man who has on two 57 3, 4 | are two hypostases or two supposita in Christ, ~it may fittingly 58 3, 4 | the Word of God in all its supposita.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[5] 59 3, 4 | human nature in all its ~supposita.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[5] 60 3, 4 | assumed by God in all its supposita. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[ 61 3, 4 | by the ~Word in all its supposita. First, because the multitude 62 3, 4 | because the multitude of supposita of ~human nature, which 63 3, 4 | would belong to all its ~supposita.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[5] 64 3, 4 | human nature in ~all its supposita.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[5] 65 3, 16 | fall those who suppose two supposita or ~hypostases in Christ, 66 3, 16 | assert that there are two ~supposita in Christ [*Cf. Q[2], AA[ 67 3, 16 | as those who assert two supposita in ~Christ, this man might 68 3, 16 | certain ~conjunction of supposita, or of personal dignity, 69 3, 17 | 2/2~Now some placed two supposita in Christ, and one Person, 70 3, 17 | Hence, since they placed two supposita in Christ, they said ~that 71 3, 17 | does not stand for two supposita, ~but for two words signifying 72 3, 20 | person, since "acts belong to supposita and to ~singulars," according 73 3, 20 | this implies a plurality of supposita, which is required in ~order 74 3, 20 | and not by a diversity of supposita.~ 75 3, 23 | or two hypostases or two ~supposita in Christ, no reason prevents 76 Suppl, 72| to particular persons ~[supposita]. Hence, were we to say: "


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