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bitterness 21
bk 3
black 76
blacken 3
blackened 3
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76 aversion
76 believing
76 black
76 commanding
76 commonly
76 decretals
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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black

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | example, snow cannot be made black. Now in the celestial bodies 2 1, 14 | for a white thing to be black," it is false as applied 3 1, 14 | which is white, can ~become black; whereas this saying, " 4 1, 14 | saying, " a white thing is black" can never be ~true. But 5 1, 14 | instance, if I said, "A black crow can be ~white"; for 6 1, 23 | is made white was before black, yellow or red. Likewise 7 1, 40 | white is distinguished from black only by quality. But "hypostasis" ~ 8 1, 48 | relation to ~another, as black in relation to white, and 9 1, 48 | the white unmixed with black is the most white," as the ~ 10 1, 48 | and evil. ~For white and black, sweet and bitter, and the 11 1, 59 | according to the ~difference of black and white: whereas if the 12 1, 59 | from the faculty of seeing black.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 13 1, 77 | vision extends to white ~and black, and the power to taste 14 1, 40 | white is distinguished from black only by quality. But "hypostasis" ~ 15 1, 49 | relation to ~another, as black in relation to white, and 16 1, 49 | the white unmixed with black is the most white," as the ~ 17 1, 49 | and evil. ~For white and black, sweet and bitter, and the 18 1, 60 | according to the ~difference of black and white: whereas if the 19 1, 60 | from the faculty of seeing black.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 20 1, 76 | vision extends to white ~and black, and the power to taste 21 1, 77 | sight regards ~white and black. But the sense of touch 22 1, 77 | by discerning white from black or green. But neither sight 23 1, 78 | differentiated by differences of black and white. Now, the intellect ~ 24 1, 80 | contrariety, as sight regards both black and ~white, according to 25 1, 81 | from a power ~regarding black as black.~Aquin.: SMT FP 26 1, 81 | power ~regarding black as black.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 27 1, 107 | partly white and partly black, the ~two parts on the borders 28 1, 107 | the borders of white and black are more akin as regards ~ 29 2, 8 | sight regards white and black. But ~good and evil are 30 2, 9 | sees white, and ~sometimes black. It needs therefore a mover 31 2, 18 | concerned, is neither white nor black; nor is it a condition of 32 2, 18 | species that he should not be black or white; but blackness 33 2, 20 | partly white, and partly black. And accordingly, nothing 34 2, 23 | which is movement from black to white, is contrary to ~ 35 2, 23 | is movement from white to black.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 36 2, 35 | thing, and ~to approach to a black thing, are contraries; whereas 37 2, 35 | to approach to something black. This is most evident ~in 38 2, 35 | as, if I were to ~say "black" and "not white."~Aquin.: 39 2, 52 | participation. For it is not only black that is unlike white, but ~ 40 2, 60 | contraries, e.g. between black and white. Secondly, because ~ 41 2, 64 | together, as white and black, healthy and sick. Therefore 42 2, 67 | colors we find white and black. In others we find ~opposition 43 2, 72 | species; thus "white" and "black" are consequent to the specific ~ 44 2, 95 | point of its being white or black, which are ~entirely beside 45 2, 100 | thing is white, it is ~not black: but it does not follow 46 2, 100 | follow that if it is not black, it is white: ~because negation 47 2, 4 | it has of an admixture of black. ~Now understanding, science 48 2, 25 | the whiter for having less black mixed with it. ~Now those 49 2, 77 | its simple negation; thus black is further removed ~from 50 2, 77 | not-white is, since every black is not-white, but not ~conversely. 51 2, 97 | one be white and the other black. In like manner it ~is possible 52 2, 101 | differs from white and black. Now hyperdulia is apparently 53 2, 167 | aid of yellow pigments, ~black powders or rouge, or by 54 2, 177 | and pale in white ~and black. In like manner active and 55 2, 185 | characteristics of ~the black and red horses by corrupting 56 2, 185 | Avoid somber," i.e. ~black, "equally with glittering 57 3, 34 | white is made either from black ~or from not-white. We indeed 58 3, 54 | proper; "and ~why not the black gall?" that is, the bile, " 59 3, 75 | when what is white becomes black. But in this ~sacrament 60 3, 75 | conversely: for we say that a black ~thing is made out of a 61 3, 75 | that a white thing is made black: ~and although we may say 62 3, 75 | may say that a man becomes black still we do not say that ~ 63 3, 75 | still we do not say that ~a black thing is made out of a man, 64 3, 75 | transmutation white after black, ~or fire after air); and 65 3, 75 | is fire," or, "White is black." Yet because of the relationship ~ 66 3, 75 | fire," and "out of white, black." But because in creation 67 3, 75 | that "a white thing can be black," or that "air can be fire"; ~ 68 3, 75 | a white thing becomes ~black," or "a white thing will 69 3, 75 | or "a white thing will be black."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 70 3, 75 | as ~when it is said "a black thing is made out of a white 71 3, 77 | and alter it, as white and black cause a difference of color; ~ 72 Suppl, 55| and not into white and ~black. Now carnal procreation 73 Suppl, 79| have less admixture of ~black. But there will be no admixture 74 Suppl, 81| For just as white resists black by reason of whiteness, 75 Suppl, 89| degenerate to the image of a black thing. Therefore, ~just 76 Suppl, 89| degenerates to ~the image of a black thing, on account of an


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