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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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subtlety

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1 1, 57 | with so much the greater subtlety according as the effect 2 1, 61 | of affinity ~owing to its subtlety and transparency. Or else 3 1, 64 | ways: first of all by the ~subtlety of their nature; for although 4 1, 58 | with so much the greater subtlety according as the effect 5 1, 62 | of affinity ~owing to its subtlety and transparency. Or else 6 1, 65 | ways: first of all by the ~subtlety of their nature; for although 7 1, 90 | as is ~clear from their subtlety. Therefore, since the human 8 1, 102 | way by bodies of greater ~subtlety and power; so all bodies 9 2, 44 | reason ~of the heat and subtlety of the vital spirits, which 10 2, 53 | give craftiness [Douay: 'subtlety'] ~to little ones." Therefore 11 2, 170 | things, ~by reason of the subtlety of its nature," inasmuch 12 3, 28 | Birth, assumed the gift ~of "subtlety," when He came forth from 13 3, 45 | impassibility, agility, subtlety, and ~clarity. Therefore 14 3, 45 | the waves of the sea; of subtlety, when He ~came forth from 15 3, 45 | walking on the sea, and of subtlety in ~coming forth from the 16 3, 54 | confirmed, brought back to subtlety whatever could be handled 17 3, 81 | glorified body - namely, subtlety in His birth, ~when He came 18 Suppl, 72| resurrection with the greatest subtlety and efficacy.~Aquin.: SMT 19 Suppl, 79| their bodies; (2) their subtlety; (3) their ~agility; (4) 20 Suppl, 80| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE SUBTLETY OF THE BODIES OF THE BLESSED ( 21 Suppl, 80| We must now consider the subtlety of the bodies of the blessed. 22 Suppl, 80| of inquiry:~(1) Whether subtlety is a property of the glorified 23 Suppl, 80| Whether by reason of this subtlety it can be in the same place 24 Suppl, 80| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether subtlety is a property of the glorified 25 Suppl, 80| OBJ 1: It would seem that subtlety is not a property of the 26 Suppl, 80| in nature. Accordingly if subtlety be a property of the ~glorified 27 Suppl, 80| of ~the elements, so is subtlety. But heat and other qualities 28 Suppl, 80| Neither, ~therefore, will subtlety be in them more than it 29 Suppl, 80| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, subtlety is in bodies as a result 30 Suppl, 80| spirit-like, "body." But the ~subtlety of a spirit surpasses all 31 Suppl, 80| spirit surpasses all bodily subtlety. Therefore the ~glorified 32 Suppl, 80| Para. 1/6~I answer that, Subtlety takes its name from the 33 Suppl, 80| rarity is ~synonymous with subtlety: and since in rare bodies 34 Suppl, 80| over the matter, the term "subtlety" has been transferred to ~ 35 Suppl, 80| thereby: thus we speak of subtlety in the sun and moon ~and 36 Suppl, 80| quantity and matter, the term ~"subtlety" is applied to them, not 37 Suppl, 80| have differed by ~ascribing subtlety to the glorified bodies 38 Suppl, 80| ascribed to them the subtlety whereby spiritual substances 39 Suppl, 80| it will be endowed with subtlety by means of ~rarefaction, 40 Suppl, 80| Consequently another kind of subtlety must be assigned to glorified ~ 41 Suppl, 80| spirituality in the body is subtlety, and, after ~that, agility 42 Suppl, 80| spirituality indicates ~subtlety: wherefore Gregory says ( 43 Suppl, 80| Objections which refer to the ~subtlety of rarefaction.~Aquin.: 44 Suppl, 80| Whether by reason of this subtlety a glorified body is able 45 Suppl, 80| seem that by reason of this subtlety a body is able to ~be in 46 Suppl, 80| bodies by reason of their subtlety will be ~able to be in the 47 Suppl, 80| molten brass." If then ~the subtlety of a glorified body will 48 Suppl, 80| body, by reason of its ~subtlety, will be able to be in the 49 Suppl, 80| body, by reason ~of its subtlety, is able to be in the same 50 Suppl, 80| body ~be removed by that subtlety. Some say that in the present 51 Suppl, 80| is removed by the gift of subtlety. But ~there are two reasons 52 Suppl, 80| grossness which the gift of subtlety removes is a kind of defect, 53 Suppl, 80| glorified body, the gift of subtlety notwithstanding, will fill 54 Suppl, 80| Consequently, granted that the subtlety of a glorified body hindered 55 Suppl, 80| removed by the gift of ~subtlety. For nothing can prevent 56 Suppl, 80| difference of accidents. Now subtlety does not deprive the glorified ~ 57 Suppl, 80| another body. Therefore the ~subtlety of a glorified body will 58 Suppl, 80| place was not due to its subtlety, but resulted from the ~ 59 Suppl, 80| bodies on ~account of their subtlety.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 60 Suppl, 80| them, not by virtue of its subtlety, but by the Divine ~power, 61 Suppl, 80| where there is greater ~subtlety there is less resistance. 62 Suppl, 80| is able by ~reason of its subtlety to be in the same place 63 Suppl, 80| Whether by virtue of its subtlety a glorified body will no 64 Suppl, 80| seem that by virtue of its subtlety, a glorified body ~will 65 Suppl, 80| saying that by reason of its subtlety a glorified body will be 66 Suppl, 80| able, by reason ~of its subtlety, to be in the same place 67 Suppl, 80| glorified body, by reason of its subtlety, will be impalpable?~Aquin.: 68 Suppl, 80| glorified body, by reason of its subtlety, ~is impalpable. For Gregory 69 Suppl, 81| Wherefore even as by the gift of subtlety the body is ~wholly subject 70 Suppl, 81| since by as much as the subtlety of the ~medium is increased 71 Suppl, 81| since the greater the subtlety we ascribe to the medium 72 Suppl, 81| possible to ~imagine so great a subtlety, as will naturally retard


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