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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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occupy

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | infinite body, for it would occupy every place, and thus ~every 2 1, 7 | and thus one could ~never occupy the place belonging to any 3 1, 53 | This very fact that he ~can occupy the parts of two places 4 1, 53 | from this, ~that he can occupy a divisible place by applying 5 1, 63 | because a man seeks to occupy ~a higher grade as to accidentals, 6 1, 67 | contrary, Two bodies cannot occupy the same place simultaneously. ~ 7 1, 69 | continuous contact cannot occupy ~one place. But not all 8 1, 74 | befit ~God to move and to occupy place. Therefore the words, " 9 1, 75 | inasmuch as it does not occupy space ~by its bulk."~Aquin.: 10 1, 54 | This very fact that he ~can occupy the parts of two places 11 1, 54 | from this, ~that he can occupy a divisible place by applying 12 1, 64 | because a man seeks to occupy ~a higher grade as to accidentals, 13 1, 68 | contrary, Two bodies cannot occupy the same place simultaneously. ~ 14 1, 70 | continuous contact cannot occupy ~one place. But not all 15 1, 73 | befit ~God to move and to occupy place. Therefore the words, " 16 1, 74 | inasmuch as it does not occupy space ~by its bulk."~Aquin.: 17 1, 85 | be no need for them to occupy the place successively, 18 1, 104 | instance, if two bodies occupy the same ~place, or if the 19 1, 111 | operation ~does not demand to occupy a place; indeed, as Augustine 20 2, 23 | it is incumbent on man to occupy himself chiefly ~with avoiding 21 2, 38 | duties are forbidden to occupy themselves with ~things 22 2, 42 | are lawful, because they occupy the mind and hinder ~the 23 2, 69 | all other business, and occupy himself ~entirely in defending 24 2, 85 | more strictly forbidden to occupy themselves in money-making 25 2, 86 | when his ~superior cannot occupy him with something, no vow 26 2, 120 | end: and this is that man occupy himself ~with Divine things, 27 2, 120 | day in order that he ~may occupy himself with works connected 28 2, 179 | sweetness of teaching, occupy themselves with salutary 29 2, 180 | to this life, delights to occupy ~himself entirely with Divine 30 2, 183 | perfection of ~a religious to occupy oneself in working out one' 31 2, 183 | perfection of a bishop to occupy oneself in working for ~ 32 2, 185 | lawful for religious to occupy themselves with secular ~ 33 2, 185 | unlawful for religious to occupy themselves with ~secular 34 2, 185 | is unlawful for them to occupy themselves with secular ~ 35 2, 185 | Therefore they should not occupy themselves with secular 36 2, 185 | unlawful for religious to occupy themselves with secular 37 2, 185 | superior's permission, they may occupy ~themselves with due moderation 38 2, 185 | cleric shall ~buy property or occupy himself with secular business, 39 2, 185 | Monks are forbidden to occupy themselves with secular ~ 40 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To occupy oneself with secular business 41 2, 185 | fain ~know how they would occupy themselves, who are unwilling 42 2, 185 | work with ~their body. We occupy our time, say they, with 43 2, 186 | God; and since religious occupy themselves ~with the works 44 2, 186 | cleric is to buy property or occupy ~himself with secular business, 45 3, 26 | however, says that they do occupy a middle place, because, 46 3, 57 | i. But every body must occupy a place. Therefore Christ' 47 3, 57 | Further, two bodies cannot occupy the same place. Since, then, ~ 48 3, 90 | position, since they do not occupy a place.~Aquin.: SMT TP 49 Suppl, 37| where different persons occupy different ~offices. But 50 Suppl, 52| to perform if he wish to occupy himself in carnal intercourse. ~ 51 Suppl, 72| them, how can the dead occupy themselves in watching and 52 Suppl, 74| the same ~position as they occupy now at any fixed hour: and 53 Suppl, 77| formally, since these others occupy the very ~same offices and 54 Suppl, 77| species, since ~it does not occupy another place or position 55 Suppl, 80| solar rays, ~are able now to occupy the same place together 56 Suppl, 80| conceivable that they should all occupy the same place." Therefore 57 Suppl, 80| we ~suppose two bodies to occupy the same place, there will 58 Suppl, 80| virtue of which it is able to occupy a ~place; and that this 59 Suppl, 80| because matter does not occupy a place except ~through 60 Suppl, 80| Again neither does form occupy a place, ~unless it have 61 Suppl, 80| one line, they must ~needs occupy distinct places, else one 62 Suppl, 80| parts of a line, unless they occupy distinct places, ~so is 63 Suppl, 80| two spherical ~bodies that occupy the same place are two, 64 Suppl, 80| bodies will be able ~to occupy the same place.~Aquin.: 65 Suppl, 80| 2~Further, if two bodies occupy the same place, one is penetrated 66 Suppl, 80| the greatest body ~would occupy the smallest place, since 67 Suppl, 80| place. Therefore it will occupy a place equal ~to itself.~ 68 Suppl, 80| possible for a ~body to occupy a place smaller than its 69 Suppl, 80| the Divine power that it ~occupy the same place with another 70 Suppl, 88| situation that it can possibly occupy, ~nevertheless in comparison


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