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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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limited

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | infinity ~of the form not limited by matter, is in itself 2 1, 14 | is more ~contracted and limited; whereas the nature of intelligent 3 1, 14 | because their being ~would be limited to some determinate nature. 4 1, 25 | infinite, inasmuch as it is not limited by anything that receives 5 1, 25 | in regard ~to matter not limited by any form; and such infinity 6 1, 25 | is infinite, and is not limited to any genus of being; ~ 7 1, 45 | the substance of the thing limited ~by its principles, "number" 8 1, 47 | since His power is not limited to the ~creation of one 9 1, 50 | 7): "Every creature is ~limited within its own nature." 10 1, 50 | its own nature." But to be limited belongs to bodies. ~Therefore, 11 1, 50 | faculty; for every body is limited to "here" and ~"now." Hence 12 1, 50 | Further, form is properly limited and perfected by matter. 13 1, 50 | absolutely subsisting, but is limited to some nature to which 14 1, 50 | in their form, which is limited by the matter which ~receives 15 1, 50 | surpassing the weak and limited reckoning of our material 16 1, 65 | universal, but partial and limited, the ~consequence of which 17 1, 75 | participated existence is limited by the capacity of the ~ 18 1, 76 | therefore it cannot be limited by nature ~to certain fixed 19 1, 77 | below man acquire a certain limited ~goodness; and so they have 20 1, 46 | the substance of the thing limited ~by its principles, "number" 21 1, 48 | since His power is not limited to the ~creation of one 22 1, 51 | 7): "Every creature is ~limited within its own nature." 23 1, 51 | its own nature." But to be limited belongs to bodies. ~Therefore, 24 1, 51 | faculty; for every body is limited to "here" and ~"now." Hence 25 1, 51 | Further, form is properly limited and perfected by matter. 26 1, 51 | absolutely subsisting, but is limited to some nature to which 27 1, 51 | in their form, which is limited by the matter which ~receives 28 1, 51 | surpassing the ~weak and limited reckoning of our material 29 1, 66 | universal, but partial and limited, the ~consequence of which 30 1, 74 | participated existence is limited by the capacity of the ~ 31 1, 75 | therefore it cannot be limited by nature ~to certain fixed 32 1, 76 | below man acquire a certain limited ~goodness; and so they have 33 1, 78 | ratiocinative" part is more limited than the ~lower reason; 34 1, 84 | definition of that which is limited. ~Unity is the measure of 35 1, 85 | which consequently is not ~limited to one individual, but, 36 1, 106 | that an angel's speech is limited by the ~bounds of that place.~ 37 1, 109 | power of an angel is not so limited as is the power of ~the 38 1, 109 | motive power of the soul is limited to the body ~united to it, 39 1, 109 | an angel's power is not limited to any body; hence it can ~ 40 1, 111 | though the angelic spirit is limited, yet the supreme Spirit, 41 1, 111 | supreme Spirit, God, ~is not limited."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] 42 1, 114 | every corporeal substance is limited by quantity. But ~quantity 43 1, 114 | thereby, and ~determined and limited thereto; and that separate 44 1, 114 | owes its being an agent limited and ~particular. Wherefore 45 1, 118 | from, then, since it is ~limited to a certain part of the 46 2, 5 | its power and action are limited: that which ~surpasses created 47 2, 49 | end. And if the form is limited to one fixed ~operation, 48 2, 99 | act of every ~virtue is limited by the circumstances due 49 2, 145 | quantity of food is not limited for those who fast. ~Therefore 50 2, 145 | should the number of meals be limited.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 51 2, 169 | which is predicated in a limited and relative sense, it follows 52 2, 178 | all the images of their limited ~comprehension, and through 53 3, 1 | the power of God is not limited to this; even had sin not ~ 54 3, 3 | and no more, has a power ~limited to one. Now the power of 55 3, 3 | infinite, nor can it ~be limited by any created thing. Hence 56 3, 4 | miraculous work, is not limited to one ~nature, since the 57 3, 7 | infinite, ~since it is not limited, i.e. it has whatsoever 58 3, 10 | i.e. a form or act not limited by being received into matter 59 3, 10 | essence of all would be limited to one specific nature. 60 3, 10 | than the infinite which is ~limited in some respect, nothing 61 3, 57 | human nature, which ~is limited by place, and can be the 62 3, 66 | of Baptism ~should not be limited to the singular number in 63 3, 75 | every created agent is limited in its act, as being of 64 Suppl, 8 | of the Church, he has a limited jurisdiction or ~none at 65 Suppl, 20| is due to his power being limited ~to certain individuals. 66 Suppl, 20| individuals. Therefore he who limited his power can extend it ~ 67 Suppl, 72| middle hierarchy - is not limited in its power, wherefore 68 Suppl, 89| even a form is somewhat limited by its matter. ~Hence the


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