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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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changeable

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | for all things that ~are changeable and capable of defect must 2 1, 9 | for God to be in any way changeable. Secondly, because ~everything 3 1, 10 | corruptible, because it is changeable, is not measured by eternity, 4 1, 10 | changed, but also ~things changeable; hence it not only measures 5 1, 10 | time, because it ~has a changeable existence, and from the 6 1, 10 | measured by eternity is not changeable, nor is it annexed to change. ~ 7 1, 19 | Whether the will of God is changeable?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 8 1, 19 | that the Will of God is changeable. For the Lord says ~(Gn. 9 1, 19 | what he has done, has a changeable will. Therefore God has 10 1, 19 | will. Therefore God has a changeable ~will.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 11 1, 19 | 8) ~Therefore God has a changeable will.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 12 1, 19 | forbade it. Therefore He has a changeable ~will. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 13 1, 19 | either of two opposites, is changeable ~substantially; and that 14 1, 19 | or not in that place, ~is changeable locally. Therefore God is 15 1, 19 | locally. Therefore God is changeable as regards His will.~Aquin.: 16 1, 83 | all bodies are mobile and changeable. ~Therefore the soul cannot 17 1, 83 | the unchangeable truth of changeable ~things, and discern things 18 1, 99 | for ~man's free-will is changeable, both before and after choice; 19 1, 99 | whereas the ~angel's is not changeable, as we have said above in 20 1, 104 | it would seem that He is ~changeable; which cannot be said.~Aquin.: 21 1, 115 | disposition inherent to ~changeable things, by which Providence 22 1, 115 | disposition ~inherent to changeable things."~Aquin.: SMT FP 23 1, 115 | disposition inherent to ~changeable things," as Boethius says ( 24 1, 115 | iv). Therefore fate is ~changeable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 25 1, 115 | hand, held that fate is changeable, even as ~dependent on Divine 26 1, 115 | regard to second causes, ~is changeable; but as subject to Divine 27 1, 115 | disposition inherent to changeable things." But all creatures 28 1, 115 | But all creatures are ~changeable, and God alone is truly 29 1, 115 | immobility, and ~exceed the changeable order of fate." Hence it 30 1, 115 | creatures are in some way changeable, yet some ~of them do not 31 1, 115 | them do not proceed from changeable created causes. And these, ~ 32 2, 5 | then man is, by his nature, changeable, it ~seems that Happiness 33 2, 5 | participated by man in a changeable manner. And ~consequently 34 2, 31 | human being is subject to changeable causes, in ~this respect, 35 2, 32 | us because our nature is changeable: for which reason that ~ 36 2, 39 | just as the enjoyment of changeable things is an evil of guilt. 37 2, 49 | lost, ~because they have changeable causes; e.g. sickness and 38 2, 49 | reason of its nature, ~easily changeable, and, through some accident, 39 2, 49 | accident, becomes difficultly ~changeable, then it is called a habit: 40 2, 49 | their nature, difficultly changeable: ~for supposing a man to 41 2, 50 | very nature, are easily ~changeable.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[50] A[ 42 2, 54 | once a firm and difficultly changeable ~disposition; and also to 43 2, 94 | in all?~(5) Whether it is changeable?~(6) Whether it can be abolished 44 2, 97 | 1) Whether human law is changeable?~(2) Whether it should be 45 2, 97 | But the reason of man is changeable and imperfect: wherefore ~ 46 2, 100 | fails in some cases and is changeable, like human nature, as ~ 47 2, 102 | the tabernacle, which was changeable, signifies the ~state of 48 2, 102 | the ~state of the present changeable life: whereas the temple, 49 2, 23 | of its subject, which is ~changeable on account of the free-will. 50 2, 55 | everywhere. But man's nature is changeable, ~wherefore that which is 51 2, 81 | Divine providence to be changeable, and that it is changed ~ 52 2, 120 | considered in themselves, are changeable in point of place and time.~ 53 2, 135 | since the free-will is ~changeable by its very nature, which 54 2, 187 | even things corruptible and changeable, is imperishable according 55 3, 8 | conversion to different changeable goods.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 56 3, 57 | But every creature is changeable ~in some respect, as is 57 3, 59 | passed perfectly upon any changeable ~subject before its consummation: 58 3, 59 | nevertheless, since the soul is ~changeable only accidentally, on account 59 3, 61 | is not proved to have a ~changeable mind, through issuing various 60 3, 63 | as it is a ~wayfarer is changeable in respect of the free-will, 61 3, 63 | grace ~is in the soul in a changeable manner. But an instrumental 62 Suppl, 79| our thoughts will not be changeable," refers to the thoughts ~


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