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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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locally

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | that place, ~is changeable locally. Therefore God is changeable 2 1, 43 | previously it ~did not exist, is locally moved by being sent; hence 3 1, 43 | is necessarily ~separated locally from the sender. This, however, 4 1, 53 | Whether an angel can be moved locally.~(2) Whether in passing 5 1, 53 | Whether an angel can be moved locally?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 6 1, 53 | an angel cannot be moved locally. For, as the ~Philosopher 7 1, 53 | an angel cannot be ~moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 8 1, 53 | beatified angel is not moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 9 1, 53 | holy angels are not moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 10 1, 53 | a blessed soul is moved locally, because it is an article 11 1, 53 | beatified angel is moved ~locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 12 1, 53 | beatified angel can be moved locally. As, however, to ~be in 13 1, 53 | need, the ~angel is moved locally, according to Heb. 1:14: " 14 1, 53 | While an angel is moved locally, his essence is applied 15 1, 55 | and so he would be moved locally to no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 76 | parts of the soul, "or also locally."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 17 1, 43 | previously it ~did not exist, is locally moved by being sent; hence 18 1, 43 | is necessarily ~separated locally from the sender. This, however, 19 1, 54 | Whether an angel can be moved locally.~(2) Whether in passing 20 1, 54 | Whether an angel can be moved locally?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 21 1, 54 | an angel cannot be moved locally. For, as the ~Philosopher 22 1, 54 | an angel cannot be ~moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 23 1, 54 | beatified angel is not moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 24 1, 54 | holy angels are not moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 25 1, 54 | a blessed soul is moved locally, because it is an article 26 1, 54 | beatified angel is moved ~locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 27 1, 54 | beatified angel can be moved locally. As, however, to ~be in 28 1, 54 | need, the ~angel is moved locally, according to Heb. 1:14: " 29 1, 54 | While an angel is moved locally, his essence is applied 30 1, 56 | and so he would be moved locally to no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 75 | parts of the soul, "or also locally."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 32 1, 88 | being knowable. But ~what is locally distant exists actually, 33 1, 109 | immediately move bodies ~locally?~(4) Whether the good or 34 1, 109 | this is that what ~is moved locally is not as such in potentiality 35 1, 109 | supreme bodies are moved locally by the spiritual substances; ~ 36 1, 109 | body; hence it can ~move locally bodies not joined to it.~ 37 1, 112 | forsake a man sometimes locally, he ~does not for that reason 38 1, 114 | they are not moved save locally. Therefore the ~movements 39 1, 116 | can move bodies at least locally?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] A[ 40 1, 116 | can move bodies at least ~locally. For a body naturally obeys 41 1, 116 | the power ~to move bodies locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] A[ 42 2, 6 | mover simply, but is moved locally by a ~higher mover. And 43 2, 7 | from things ~that are apart locally, to all kinds of opposition": 44 2, 9 | that the generator moves locally heavy and light things. 45 2, 80 | natural aptitude to be moved locally by the ~spiritual nature: 46 2, 102 | God, as abiding ~therein locally, but that God might be made 47 2, 81 | whom he petitions, either ~locally, as when he petitions a 48 2, 169 | sense things present ~to him locally, which another man does 49 3, 4 | assumption, as what is moved locally is presupposed to the motion. 50 3, 33 | Now, no body can be ~moved locally in an instant: since the 51 3, 52 | not passing through them locally with His soul, ~but by spreading 52 3, 52 | Accordingly, the thief descended ~locally into hell with Christ, because 53 3, 57 | incapable of being moved locally in an instant, because it ~ 54 3, 75 | heaven: for what is moved locally does not come anew ~to some 55 3, 75 | because every body ~moved locally passes through all intermediary 56 3, 75 | of the ~same body moved locally to be terminated in different 57 3, 76 | Christ is in this sacrament locally?~(6) Whether after the consecration, 58 3, 76 | fills a ~place is there locally. Therefore the body of Christ 59 3, 76 | Christ is in this sacrament ~locally.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] A[ 60 3, 76 | body is in this sacrament ~locally.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] A[ 61 3, 76 | substance of bread was not locally under its dimensions, but 62 3, 76 | substance of the bread was there locally by reason of its dimensions, ~ 63 3, 76 | no way is Christ's body locally in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 64 3, 76 | body, which is not ~there locally, as stated above; but it 65 3, 76 | then, Christ is ~not moved locally of Himself, but only accidentally, 66 3, 76 | is not moved of itself locally, but only according to the ~ 67 Suppl, 69| that ~it is not conveyed locally." Now the soul separated 68 Suppl, 80| miraculously in two ~places locally (for Christ's body is not 69 Suppl, 80| for Christ's body is not locally on the altar), although ~ 70 Suppl, 80| Wherefore that one same body be locally in several ~places at once 71 Suppl, 80| 1: Christ's body is not locally in the Sacrament of the 72 Suppl, 81| Hence that which is ~moved locally is perfect as to those things 73 Suppl, 81| contain ~things that are locally distant from one another.~


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