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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wherefrom

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | corporeal can be a local term ~"wherefrom" or "whereto." But in the 2 1, 3 | Ps. 33:6), and as a term "wherefrom": "All they that depart ~ 3 1, 23 | species from the term "wherefrom" but from the term "whereto." 4 1, 30 | which in ~God is generation, wherefrom paternity and filiation 5 1, 45 | dignity, not from the term ~"wherefrom," but from the term "whereto." 6 1, 45 | excellent, although the term "wherefrom," corresponding to the term ~" 7 1, 45 | form, ~which is the term "wherefrom" in generation, is more 8 1, 45 | contrary, which is the term "wherefrom" in alteration. Similarly 9 1, 45 | understood as the term "wherefrom" is simply not-being.~Aquin.: 10 1, 53 | while it is in the term "wherefrom," it is not ~moved; nor 11 1, 53 | is partly in the term "wherefrom" and partly in the term ~" 12 1, 53 | where it is in the term "wherefrom," and while it ~is in the 13 1, 53 | is partly in the term ~"wherefrom," and partly in the term " 14 1, 53 | which is taken as the term "wherefrom"; or ~else he is partly 15 1, 53 | time he is in the term "wherefrom." Therefore he rests there: ~ 16 1, 53 | time he is in the term ~"wherefrom"; but in the last instant 17 1, 53 | which it was in the term "wherefrom," just as in ~illumination, 18 1, 46 | dignity, not from the term ~"wherefrom," but from the term "whereto." 19 1, 46 | excellent, although the term "wherefrom," corresponding to the term ~" 20 1, 46 | form, ~which is the term "wherefrom" in generation, is more 21 1, 46 | contrary, which is the term "wherefrom" in alteration. Similarly 22 1, 46 | understood as the term "wherefrom" is simply not-being.~Aquin.: 23 1, 54 | while it is in the term "wherefrom," it is not ~moved; nor 24 1, 54 | is partly in the term "wherefrom" and partly in the term ~" 25 1, 54 | where it is in the term "wherefrom," and while it ~is in the 26 1, 54 | is partly in the term ~"wherefrom," and partly in the term " 27 1, 54 | which is taken as the term "wherefrom"; or ~else he is partly 28 1, 54 | time he is in the term "wherefrom." Therefore he rests there: ~ 29 1, 54 | time he is in the term ~"wherefrom"; but in the last instant 30 1, 54 | which it was in the term "wherefrom," just as in ~illumination, 31 1, 99 | the essence of goodness, wherefrom no one ~can turn away, since 32 2, 23 | such, cannot ~be a term wherefrom, but only a term whereto, 33 2, 23 | whereto, but only of a term wherefrom. Accordingly ~every concupiscible 34 2, 102 | ordained to a certain end, wherefrom their reasonable causes 35 2, 102 | with the glory of the Lord; wherefrom the seraphim cried ~out: " 36 2, 102 | bodily stains or defects ~wherefrom the priests had to be immune, 37 2, 12 | fact of its being the term "wherefrom" or "whereto" of movement: 38 2, 16 | to God as to a ~principle wherefrom certain things accrue to 39 2, 18 | but rather as the term wherefrom it shrinks to be separated 40 2, 18 | as to its effect is that ~wherefrom it begins to operate: for 41 2, 35 | that which is the term ~"wherefrom," i.e. another's will from 42 2, 35 | important than the term "wherefrom" (because the end is ~of 43 2, 116 | and not ~from the term "wherefrom." Hence a vice of the flesh 44 3, 55 | Ascension as to its term wherefrom, was not above ~men's common 45 3, 55 | Ascension as to the term ~wherefrom, that is, according as He 46 3, 55 | knowledge as to the term wherefrom, according as His soul returned 47 3, 75 | Further, what is the term "wherefrom" in every change exists 48 3, 75 | of the wine is the term ~"wherefrom," while the body or the 49 3, 75 | form, which is the term "wherefrom," is not changed ~into another 50 Suppl, 1 | thing to arise from a cause wherefrom it did not arise before, 51 Suppl, 15| means, and also ~future sin wherefrom we are preserved thereby: 52 Suppl, 57| since taking implies a term "wherefrom," for which reason ~the 53 Suppl, 57| generation, and a ~term "wherefrom," namely the contrary form, 54 Suppl, 57| grandchild, and a term "wherefrom," ~namely, a stranger. Consequently 55 Suppl, 57| taking," and the term ~"wherefrom," since it is said to be 56 Suppl, 72| manner. the fourth its term ~"wherefrom"; the fifth the condition 57 Suppl, 75| Para. 1/1 - OF THE TERM "WHEREFROM" OF THE RESURRECTION (THREE 58 Suppl, 75| must now consider the term "wherefrom" of the resurrection; and 59 Suppl, 75| Whether death is the term "wherefrom" of the resurrection in 60 Suppl, 75| death will be the term "wherefrom" of the resurrection in 61 Suppl, 75| death will not be the term "wherefrom" of the ~resurrection in 62 Suppl, 75| OBJ 4: Further, the term "wherefrom" corresponds to the term " 63 Suppl, 75| 51). Therefore the term "wherefrom" is not the same. ~And thus, 64 Suppl, 75| but not as to the term "wherefrom."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 65 Suppl, 75| species from its term ~"wherefrom" but from its term "whereto." 66 Suppl, 75| in respect of the term "wherefrom." And it often happens that 67 Suppl, 75| same, whereas the term "wherefrom" is the ~same - for instance, 68 Suppl, 81| motion is partly in a term "wherefrom" and partly in a term "whereto," 69 Suppl, 83| sentenced to ~utmost unhappiness wherefrom no affliction should be 70 Suppl, 85| refers to the beginning wherefrom ~things receive their being,


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