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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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subtle

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | who were created with more subtle natures and of ~keener intelligence 2 1, 66 | sun does, but of a more subtle ~nature. Or it may have 3 1, 76 | not share. ~But the more subtle is the body, the less has 4 1, 76 | should be united to a most subtle body, to fire, for instance, 5 1, 76 | the ~breath, which is a subtle body, is the means of union 6 1, 76 | of the body by the more subtle parts. And the first ~instrument 7 1, 63 | who were created with more subtle natures and of ~keener intelligence 8 1, 67 | sun does, but of a more subtle ~nature. Or it may have 9 1, 75 | not share. ~But the more subtle is the body, the less has 10 1, 75 | should be united to a most subtle body, to fire, for instance, 11 1, 75 | the ~breath, which is a subtle body, is the means of union 12 1, 75 | of the body by the more subtle parts. And the first ~instrument 13 1, 86 | further required a careful and subtle inquiry. Hence many are 14 1, 90 | by sight, which is ~more subtle and penetrates further into 15 1, 92 | be specifically the most subtle of ~bodies, while, nevertheless, 16 1, 92 | one kind of fire is more subtle than ~another; so we say 17 1, 114 | order by those of a more ~subtle and powerful nature." And 18 1, 116 | eyes, to which the more subtle spirits can ~reach. And 19 2, 102 | the "blood" ~denoted the subtle inward force which quickened 20 2, 2 | be put to the test about subtle ~questions of faith, unless 21 2, 14 | apprehending them, and has a subtle ~penetration of their inmost 22 2, 14 | are at ~times capable of subtle considerations about intelligible 23 2, 14 | frequently withdrawn ~from this subtle contemplation: wherefore 24 2, 80 | hinders its effect. But subtle considerations about ~abstract 25 2, 163 | described (Gn. 3:1) as "more subtle than any of ~the beasts 26 2, 163 | described as most prudent or subtle, on account of the cunning 27 2, 170 | inclined to receive the ~subtle motions which take place 28 2, 170 | is less receptive of the subtle impressions either of spiritual ~ 29 3, 12 | afterwards greater ~and more subtle conclusions. Now in this 30 3, 25 | Fide Orth. iv, 3): "If by a subtle distinction you ~divide 31 3, 54 | be impalpable, and more subtle than wind and air: ~and 32 3, 62 | hiding-place of the conscience. For subtle and clear as it is, the ~ 33 3, 62 | Christ makes it yet more subtle, so that it permeates into ~ 34 Suppl, 36| iii), "even as the more ~subtle and clear essences, being 35 Suppl, 54| first element which is most subtle; at ~the second admixture, 36 Suppl, 58| that ~by reason of their subtle nature they are able to 37 Suppl, 72| wicked, and whatever is subtle and ~lightsome will remain 38 Suppl, 73| certain order by the more ~subtle and more powerful bodies, 39 Suppl, 74| certain ~order by the more subtle and powerful bodies": wherefore 40 Suppl, 76| bodies, or again to bodies subtle as ~the wind, as Gregory 41 Suppl, 80| glorified body will be more subtle ~than anything which is 42 Suppl, 80| than anything which is subtle in nature, and thus it will 43 Suppl, 80| and thus it will be "more subtle ~than the wind and the air," 44 Suppl, 80| dimensions are said ~to be more subtle; as fire in comparison with 45 Suppl, 80| Therefore they will not be more subtle then than now.~Aquin.: SMT 46 Suppl, 80| glorified bodies will be most subtle. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 47 Suppl, 80| Para. 2/2~Further, the more subtle a body is the more exalted 48 Suppl, 80| Therefore they will be most subtle.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 49 Suppl, 80| in De Gener. ii that "a subtle thing fills all the parts ~ 50 Suppl, 80| similar things may be called subtle, ~when they are most perfectly 51 Suppl, 80| their power. For just as a subtle thing is said to be ~penetrative, 52 Suppl, 80| an intellect said to be subtle because it reaches to the ~ 53 Suppl, 80| a person is said to have subtle sight, because he ~is able 54 Suppl, 80| substances are said to be ~subtle: and they said that at the 55 Suppl, 80| His ~body was supremely subtle. Moreover the human body 56 Suppl, 80| by saying that they are subtle on account of the most complete ~ 57 Suppl, 80| human bodies are said to be subtle will result from the dominion 58 Suppl, 80| glorified ~body is said to be subtle as a result of a spiritual 59 Suppl, 80| glorified body is more ~subtle than a non-glorified body, 60 Suppl, 80| glorified body will be more subtle than a ~non-glorified body, 61 Suppl, 80| one glorified body be more subtle than ~another. Therefore 62 Suppl, 80| non-glorified body, a more subtle glorified body can be in 63 Suppl, 80| same place ~with a less subtle glorified body.~Aquin.: 64 Suppl, 80| Further, the body of heaven is subtle, and will then be ~glorified. 65 Suppl, 81| imagine another body more subtle in the same proportion than ~ 66 Suppl, 81| decreased, and the ~more subtle the medium the less it resists. 67 Suppl, 81| space filled with the most subtle body imaginable, ~since 68 Suppl, 82| be equally impassible, subtle and agile. But this is not 69 Suppl, 88| Now the most spiritual and subtle of our ~senses is the sight. 70 Suppl, 93| is specifically the most subtle of bodies. Hence nothing 71 Suppl, 93| even as one fire is more ~subtle than another.~Aquin.: SMT


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