Part, Question
1 1, 3  is measured by length and numbers by number. But God is ~the
2 1, 5  signifying species are like numbers, according to the ~Philosopher (
3 1, 7  reckoned by the species of numbers. But no species of number
4 1, 11  unities, they thought that numbers were the substances of ~
5 1, 14  proper, as unity is to ~numbers, or as the centre (of a
6 1, 14  number, to the imperfect numbers contained under it. Now
7 1, 23  accepts and uses them in such ~numbers as are necessary on account
8 1, 25  the ~addition of unity of numbers (Metaph. viii, 10). Another
9 1, 42  distinguishing degrees as of numbers, thus involving a plurality."
10 1, 47  forms of things are like numbers in which species ~vary by
11 1, 50  species of things are like ~numbers," which differ by addition
12 1, 50  angels are not in great numbers. For ~number is a species
13 1, 50  multiplied, as is evident in numbers. But among other created ~
14 1, 50  reckoning of our material numbers." The reason whereof ~is
15 1, 53  or else that it actually numbers infinite ~places: which
16 1, 74  mystical one ~derived from numbers and assigned by some writers,
17 1, 76  the species of things to numbers, which differ in ~species
18 1, 76  varies the species, as in numbers, as stated in Metaph. viii ~(
19 1, 77  before ~and after, like numbers and figures, if considered
20 1, 77  also are the species of numbers and figures. ~But this opposition
21 1, 42  distinguishing degrees as of numbers, thus involving a plurality."
22 1, 48  forms of things are like numbers in which species ~vary by
23 1, 51  species of things are like ~numbers," which differ by addition
24 1, 51  angels are not in great numbers. For ~number is a species
25 1, 51  multiplied, as is evident in numbers. But among other created ~
26 1, 51  reckoning of our material numbers." The reason whereof ~is
27 1, 54  or else that it actually numbers infinite ~places: which
28 1, 73  mystical one ~derived from numbers and assigned by some writers,
29 1, 75  the species of things to numbers, which differ in ~species
30 1, 75  varies the species, as in numbers, as stated in Metaph. viii (
31 1, 76  before ~and after, like numbers and figures, if considered
32 1, 76  also are the species of numbers and figures. ~But this opposition
33 1, 85  or habitually species of ~numbers or figures that are not
34 1, 111  together of all the greatest numbers, ~namely ten, a hundred,
35 1, 112  1/1~OBJ 4: Further, on Numbers 18:12: "Whatsoever firstfruits
36 2, 1  same reason ~the species of numbers are infinite, since, given
37 2, 29  other; e.g. the species of ~numbers, figures and movements.
38 2, 30  appears in the ~addition of numbers and lines. Consequently,
39 2, 52  species of ~things are like numbers, in which addition or subtraction
40 2, 52  which are ~denominated from numbers, as twocubitslong, threecubitslong,
41 2, 52  term, as do the species of numbers. Wherefore there is nothing
42 2, 70  Holy Ghost, the Apostle numbers ~certain virtues, viz. charity,
43 2, 72  seen in the division of numbers and figures: for a ~triangle
44 2, 72  the same applies to the numbers three and four.~Aquin.:
45 2, 75  sinful act in ~both greater numbers and greater frequency. Nevertheless
46 2, 85  forms of ~things are like numbers," so that a form has a certain "
47 2, 90  instance, unity in the genus of numbers, and ~the first movement
48 2, 47  the opinion of ~Plotinus, numbers reason among the parts of
49 2, 85  the eighteenth chapter of Numbers (26,28), it is ~prescribed
50 2, 93  sixteenth homily on the Book of Numbers]: "There is an operation
51 2, 116  contrary, Gregory (Moral. xxxi) numbers covetousness among ~spiritual
52 2, 121  Morib. Eccl. xv, xxi, xxii) numbers ~fortitude among the virtues.~
53 2, 121  contrary, Gregory (Moral. xxii) numbers it among the other ~virtues.~
54 2, 130  contrary, Gregory (Moral. xxxi) numbers vainglory among the seven ~
55 3, 10  these. We observe this in ~numbers also, for the species of
56 3, 10  for the species of even numbers are infinite, and likewise ~
57 3, 10  likewise ~the species of odd numbers are infinite; yet there
58 3, 10  there are more even and odd ~numbers than even. And thus it must
59 3, 31  while ten is the sum of the numbers from one to four. The number
60 3, 31  the product of ~the same numbers by multiplication.~Aquin.:
61 3, 31  sort, the terminus of all numbers which ~mount from one to
62 3, 41  come on ~the mind in such numbers as to drag it into all sorts
63 3, 60  the species, as also in numbers (Metaph. viii). Therefore
64 3, 65  against the decrease in numbers that results from ~death.~
65 3, 65  multiplying them, preserves the numbers in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT
66 Suppl, 54 have line and figure in numbers, in so far as unity added
67 Suppl, 93 the very nature of ~the numbers. For 30 is the product of
68 Suppl, 93 multiple is the limit of numbers: ~and in like manner virginity
69 Suppl, 93 species and figures of the numbers rather than according to
70 Suppl, 93 things, in so far as the ~numbers are denoted in gradation,
71 Suppl, 94 place of hell with their ~numbers, that no air will remain,
