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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inanimate

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | must be ~either animate or inanimate; and an animate body is 2 1, 3 | manifestly nobler ~than any inanimate body. But an animate body 3 1, 13 | that God is ~not like an inanimate thing; and the same in like 4 1, 13 | or that He differs from inanimate bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 5 1, 18 | in its lowest degree. But inanimate bodies are inferior to plants. ~ 6 1, 51 | agrees with other sounds of inanimate things, in so far ~as it 7 1, 59 | knowledge, as plants and inanimate ~bodies. Such inclination 8 1, 69 | which the animate and the inanimate are chiefly discernible. ~ 9 1, 70 | the ~heavenly bodies are inanimate. Augustine leaves the matter 10 1, 72 | generated from the corruption of inanimate ~things, or of plants, may 11 1, 75 | things which have no life, "inanimate." Now life is shown ~principally 12 1, 76 | are more perfect than the inanimate, and animals more perfect ~ 13 1, 52 | agrees with other sounds of inanimate things, in so far ~as it 14 1, 60 | knowledge, as plants and inanimate ~bodies. Such inclination 15 1, 70 | which the animate and the inanimate are chiefly discernible. ~ 16 1, 71 | the ~heavenly bodies are inanimate. Augustine leaves the matter 17 1, 71 | generated from the corruption of inanimate ~things, or of plants, may 18 1, 74 | things which have no life, "inanimate." Now life is shown ~principally 19 1, 75 | are more perfect than the inanimate, and animals more perfect ~ 20 1, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: Generation of inanimate things is entirely from 21 1, 77 | appropriate size. But the inanimate body is generated from ~ 22 1, 77 | the same things whereby ~inanimate bodies are affected," as 23 1, 79 | common to animate and to inanimate things. But appetite is 24 1, 79 | is common to ~animate and inanimate things: since "all desire 25 1, 92 | produced ~in one way, and inanimate in another; animals in one 26 1, 95 | wherein he is like to ~inanimate things. Now in man reason 27 1, 95 | mastership over plants and ~inanimate things consisted not in 28 1, 107 | heavenly bodies in one order, inanimate inferior bodies ~in another, 29 1, 118 | judges of living bodies as of inanimate ~bodies; in which, although 30 1, 118 | distinction has ~no place in inanimate things, which are not generated 31 2, 41 | common to things animate and ~inanimate. But fear is not in things 32 2, 41 | But fear is not in things inanimate. Therefore there is no ~ 33 2, 41 | are in no way ascribed to inanimate beings.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 34 2, 46 | against irrational and inanimate beings, which movement is 35 2, 72 | irrational," ~"animate," and "inanimate": the other difference is 36 2, 95 | justice is better ~than inanimate justice, which contained 37 2, 102 | consecrated, since they were inanimate ~things.~Aquin.: SMT FS 38 2, 102 | was contracted even by ~inanimate objects; for whatever was 39 2, 102 | was also an uncleanness of inanimate things considered in ~themselves, 40 2, 102 | Further, it is apparent that inanimate things are most of all ~ 41 2, 109 | irrational, and ~even to inanimate nature according to the 42 2, 2 | either in "being" only, as inanimate things, or also in ~"living," 43 2, 37 | remains: as appears ~even in inanimate things, since an altar, 44 2, 48 | otherwise than as irrational and inanimate beings ~are set in motion 45 2, 48 | movers. For irrational and inanimate beings ~are moved only by 46 2, 86 | even though it be something inanimate, for instance a ~consecrated 47 2, 92 | be paid to the dead or to inanimate beings. Likewise, ~neither 48 2, 93 | or signs which appear in inanimate ~beings. If these signs 49 2, 131 | things, whether animate or inanimate. Now ~just as presumption 50 3, 7 | Godhead - not, indeed, an inanimate instrument, which nowise 51 3, 18 | property of its nature. For an ~inanimate instrument, as an axe or 52 3, 35 | things. Consequently when inanimate things are made from some 53 3, 44 | He ~shows His power over inanimate matter, whereas here He 54 3, 63 | endures. This is clear even in inanimate things; ~for the consecration 55 3, 63 | Divine worship: just as inanimate ~things are said to be consecrated 56 3, 64 | greater account than an inanimate thing. But ~an inanimate 57 3, 64 | inanimate thing. But ~an inanimate thing contributes something 58 3, 64 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Inanimate things do not produce the 59 3, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: An inanimate instrument has no intention 60 3, 78 | instrument, can pass on to ~inanimate instruments. But in this 61 3, 81 | grieve, to be ~animate or inanimate, and the like; while all 62 3, 83 | or an altar, or such like inanimate things, since ~they are 63 3, 83 | church, altar, and other like inanimate things are ~consecrated, 64 Suppl, 18| power instrumentally, ~as an inanimate instrument, and the priest 65 Suppl, 79| animate is ~distinct from the inanimate by sensation and movement." 66 Suppl, 79| whereas, on the contrary, inanimate bodies are altered by ~sensible


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