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71 daughters
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   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 first-fruits 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 two-cubits-long, three-cubits-long, 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,


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