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surest 2
sureties 3
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surface 73
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surfeit 6
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73 taste
73 transgression
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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surface

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | contrary, Every body has a surface. But every body which has 2 1, 7 | every body which has a ~surface is finite; because surface 3 1, 7 | surface is finite; because surface is the term of a finite 4 1, 7 | The same applies both to surface and to ~a line. Therefore 5 1, 8 | whole in each part of ~the surface if we speak of its totality 6 1, 8 | exist in every part of the ~surface. But if its totality be 7 1, 8 | whole in every part of the surface. On ~the other hand, incorporeal 8 1, 69 | uncovering of the ~earth's surface to the action of the sun 9 1, 69 | in accordance with the surface meaning of the text, ~consider 10 1, 69 | sprang up from the ~earth's surface. And this is confirmed by 11 1, 76 | definition of the predicate; as a surface is presupposed to color; 12 1, 76 | we say that a body with a surface is colored, we have the 13 1, 76 | plants. Therefore, ~as a surface which is of a pentagonal 14 1, 76 | disposed to be in the whole surface and in each ~part of the 15 1, 76 | and in each ~part of the surface; and, therefore, the surface 16 1, 76 | surface; and, therefore, the surface being divided, the ~whiteness 17 1, 76 | whiteness is in the whole ~surface and in each part thereof, 18 1, 76 | not in each part of the surface. The same is to be ~said 19 1, 76 | whiteness which is in the whole ~surface moves the sight more than 20 1, 76 | whiteness is in each part of a surface.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 21 1, 77 | subject of ~another; as surface is of color, inasmuch as 22 1, 70 | uncovering of the ~earth's surface to the action of the sun 23 1, 70 | in accordance with the surface meaning of the text, ~consider 24 1, 70 | sprang up from the ~earth's surface. And this is confirmed by 25 1, 75 | definition of the predicate; as a surface is presupposed to color; 26 1, 75 | we say that a body with a surface is colored, we have the 27 1, 75 | plants. Therefore, ~as a surface which is of a pentagonal 28 1, 75 | disposed to be in the whole surface and in each ~part of the 29 1, 75 | and in each ~part of the surface; and, therefore, the surface 30 1, 75 | surface; and, therefore, the surface being divided, the ~whiteness 31 1, 75 | whiteness is in the whole ~surface and in each part thereof, 32 1, 75 | not in each part of the surface. The same is to be ~said 33 1, 75 | whiteness which is in the whole ~surface moves the sight more than 34 1, 75 | whiteness is in each part of a surface.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 35 1, 76 | subject of ~another; as surface is of color, inasmuch as 36 1, 77 | that cause alteration, as surface is of color. Therefore ~ 37 1, 77 | sensible quality; as the surface by reason ~of color. Yet 38 1, 77 | by a large and by a small surface: since whiteness itself 39 1, 107 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As in a surface which is partly white and 40 1, 114 | again, that there be on the surface of the earth ~some combustible 41 2, 7 | receives color ~by means of its surface. And thus also is one accident 42 2, 7 | of color as being in the surface.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[1] 43 2, 20 | genus. Thus a continuous surface is one, considered as in 44 2, 49 | rooted therein or only on its surface. If deeply rooted, we have 45 2, 49 | species of quality: if on the surface, we have ~the fourth species 46 2, 56 | the body by means ~of the surface; so that surface is said 47 2, 56 | of the surface; so that surface is said to be the subject 48 2, 102 | with error, just ~as on the surface of a leprous body one may 49 2, 111 | formally, as whiteness makes a ~surface white.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 50 2, 156 | anger sunders the ~tranquil surface of the soul, it mangles 51 3, 10 | quantities we imagine a surface ~infinite in length and 52 3, 10 | infinite length drawn on a surface of finite breadth. ~Hence, 53 3, 18 | Aristotle, Topic. iii); thus a surface which is ~visible by color 54 3, 42 | that which appears on the surface ~of the writing.~Aquin.: 55 3, 45 | non-transparent ~body is seen on its surface, and consequently the assumption 56 3, 77 | color is said to be ~the surface, on which account some have 57 3, 77 | through another, as the surface ~is said to be the subject 58 3, 77 | hard body, having a smooth surface. Therefore the ~sacramental 59 Suppl, 54| through the ~quantity of the surface, so consanguinity is said 60 Suppl, 55| proceeds not a line but a surface, and from a ~surface a body, 61 Suppl, 55| but a surface, and from a ~surface a body, and in this way 62 Suppl, 72| fire that will burn ~the surface of this world will result. 63 Suppl, 72| the power to cleanse the surface of the world, will be of 64 Suppl, 80| point, so is line to line, surface to ~surface, and body to 65 Suppl, 80| line to line, surface to ~surface, and body to body. Now two 66 Suppl, 80| place, because no given surface of the body will contain 67 Suppl, 88| some part of the ~earth's surface there will be perpetual 68 Suppl, 88| Hence though part of the surface of the earth be not ~lit 69 Suppl, 88| the earth on its outward surface will be ~as transparent 70 Suppl, 88| by the Divine power its surface will be ~clothed with the 71 Suppl, 94| some ~part of the earth's surface; others think it to be beneath 72 Suppl, 94| terrestrial orb, but above the surface of the earth, on that part 73 Suppl, 94| the globe," ~refer to the surface of the earth [*"De orbe


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