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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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successively

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | whole, not actually but successively; ~hence they have potentiality 2 1, 7 | a day is reduced to act successively, and not all at ~once. Likewise 3 1, 7 | multitude is reduced to act successively, ~and not all at once; because 4 1, 12 | understand and are affected successively; for ~time means succession.~ 5 1, 12 | in the Word is seen not successively, but at ~the same time. 6 1, 12 | a whole are ~understood successively, and not all at the same 7 1, 12 | simultaneously, and not successively.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 8 1, 14 | things together, ~and not successively. Likewise the second mode 9 1, 14 | simultaneously, and not successively, as said above (A[7]). Hence ~ 10 1, 14 | contingent things become actual successively, ~nevertheless God knows 11 1, 14 | knows contingent things not successively, as they are in ~their own 12 1, 14 | in time, as known by us successively ~in time, but by God (are 13 1, 42 | because thus the Son would be successively ~generated, and this generation 14 1, 53 | contacts of various places successively, and not at ~once; because 15 1, 53 | magnitude. Hence as a body successively, and not all ~at once, quits 16 1, 53 | so likewise an angel can successively ~quit the divisible place 17 1, 53 | subject is not illuminated successively, as it gets hot ~successively; 18 1, 53 | successively, as it gets hot ~successively; and because a ray does 19 1, 55 | naturally complete, but is successively completed in them by their ~ 20 1, 63 | by time, and take place successively; thus, if ~local movement 21 1, 42 | because thus the Son would be successively ~generated, and this generation 22 1, 54 | contacts of various places successively, and not at ~once; because 23 1, 54 | magnitude. Hence as a body successively, and not all ~at once, quits 24 1, 54 | so likewise an angel can successively ~quit the divisible place 25 1, 54 | subject is not illuminated successively, as it gets hot ~successively; 26 1, 54 | successively, as it gets hot ~successively; and because a ray does 27 1, 56 | naturally complete, but is successively completed in them by their ~ 28 1, 64 | by time, and take place successively; thus, if ~local movement 29 1, 85 | through its considering successively one thing ~after another: 30 1, 85 | them to occupy the place successively, in order for the ~things 31 1, 85 | enter into our intellect ~successively; since many things cannot 32 2, 30 | concupiscence be ~infinite successively; so that, for instance, 33 2, 33 | obtains possession of it successively, and while taking ~pleasure 34 2, 113 | place in an instant or ~successively?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 35 2, 113 | place in an instant, but successively, since, as already stated ( 36 2, 113 | whiteness, is received successively by its subject. Now grace 37 2, 113 | place not all at once, but successively.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 38 2, 113 | sometimes ~gradually and successively, as stated above (Q[112], 39 3, 12 | produce the whole at once, but successively; and hence by this knowledge ~ 40 3, 33 | which come into a place successively. The third also requires 41 3, 33 | men, because the body is successively formed and disposed for 42 3, 33 | not ~instantaneously, but successively, one of two things would 43 3, 34 | which attains perfection ~successively, but are "the acts of an 44 3, 75 | original matter, or that it successively quits the species, for if 45 3, 75 | wrought instantaneously, but ~successively. For in this change there 46 3, 75 | s words are pronounced ~successively. Therefore the change takes 47 3, 75 | Therefore the change takes place successively.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 48 3, 75 | acquired by its ~subject successively, such as health; and therefore 49 3, 75 | which sometimes is prepared ~successively for receiving the form; 50 3, 75 | form; thus water is heated successively. ~When, however, the subject 51 3, 75 | no subject to be disposed successively. Thirdly, because it is 52 3, 78 | uttered simultaneously, but successively. But, as ~stated above ( 53 3, 78 | this change takes place not successively, but in an ~instant, as 54 Suppl, 30| of sins takes place, not successively, but ~instantaneously. On 55 Suppl, 55| forbid the same man to marry successively ~two women known by one 56 Suppl, 66| consists in having two wives successively. For multitude and unity ~ 57 Suppl, 66| a man who has two wives successively, the one in being, the other 58 Suppl, 66| one who has several wives ~successively. Yet in the first case a 59 Suppl, 66| has several lawful wives successively; ~the second is when a man 60 Suppl, 66| third, when he has several successively, one in law, the ~other 61 Suppl, 88| OBJ 5: Further, the sun successively gives light to the various 62 Suppl, 88| ascribed to it, except successively by movement; for if it stand


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