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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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transferred

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | the ~body is necessarily transferred to a place occupied by another 2 1, 13 | from ~creatures." But names transferred from creatures to God, are 3 1, 28 | creatures, when considered ~as transferred to God, has a substantial 4 1, 41 | Further, the Apostle says, "He transferred us to the kingdom of ~the 5 1, 41 | Further, the Apostle says, "He transferred us to the kingdom of ~the 6 1, 84 | passive intellect, ~as a body transferred from one place to another.~ 7 1, 96 | elapsed, ~man was to be either transferred to a spiritual life, or 8 1, 101 | but was destined to be transferred ~thither in the state of 9 1, 101 | the spiritual life, ~to be transferred thence to heaven.~Aquin.: 10 1, 107 | lowest hierarchy are never ~transferred into the middle, or the 11 1, 107 | Therefore neither are men ~transferred to the angelic orders.~Aquin.: 12 1, 107 | Therefore they are not ~transferred to the angelic orders.~Aquin.: 13 1, 107 | souls of the saints will be ~transferred to the orders of angels.~ 14 1, 107 | that men can in no way be transferred to an ~equality with the 15 1, 107 | inferior angels cannot be transferred to the ~natural grade of 16 1, 107 | superior, neither can they be transferred to the ~superior grade of 17 1, 107 | erroneous to say that men are transferred to the ~penalty of demons; 18 1, 114 | word ~"nature" has been transferred from living things to all 19 2, 7 | more obvious things are transferred so as ~to signify things 20 2, 7 | notion of distance has been transferred from things ~that are apart 21 2, 52 | pertaining to quantity, is ~transferred from bodily quantities to 22 2, 52 | increase," as we have said, is transferred to forms, from ~corporeal 23 2, 68 | names of these passions are ~transferred to the theological virtues 24 2, 70 | The word "fruit" has been transferred from the material ~to the 25 2, 77 | i: and so its name is ~transferred to all the other senses, 26 2, 89 | which the term has been transferred to the soul, by way of ~ 27 2, 104 | But the priesthood was transferred from Aaron to Christ. Therefore 28 2, 104 | the ~entire Law was also transferred. Therefore the judicial 29 2, 105 | is in respect of goods transferred for the use of the person 30 2, 105 | person to whom they ~are transferred, whereas a deposit is for 31 2, 55 | itself, but afterwards it was transferred to designate the art ~whereby 32 2, 56 | employed; and yet they are transferred to all ~other matters of 33 2, 59 | Thirdly retaliation is transferred to voluntary commutations, 34 2, 60 | he took, through having transferred it to another, yet since ~ 35 2, 85 | robbery; sometimes they ~are transferred to another person by sale; 36 2, 98 | the ~right of patronage is transferred with the property sold, 37 2, 98 | granted "in fee," but is transferred with the property sold or 38 2, 99 | relating to creatures are ~transferred to God as the summit of 39 2, 170 | xv, ~18): "A man is not transferred from the left side to the 40 2, 180 | the case of those who are transferred to the state of ~prelacy. 41 2, 183 | Moreover prelates are not transferred to the active life, so as 42 3, 3 | if the name of ~son were transferred to the Father or the Holy 43 3, 10 | narrow or reduce it when He transferred it to that little ~body." 44 3, 28 | dignity belonging to God ~be transferred to another.~Aquin.: SMT 45 3, 38 | allegiance of the ~multitude was transferred to Christ, and there was 46 Suppl, 1 | whence these expressions are transferred to spiritual things, ~there 47 Suppl, 40| should especially have been transferred to the New Law.~Aquin.: 48 Suppl, 45| one person's power is ~not transferred to the power of another 49 Suppl, 45| she cannot by marriage be transferred to a husband's power without 50 Suppl, 53| body of a kinswoman to be transferred into the ~power of her kinsman: 51 Suppl, 61| possession of the power transferred to ~him. Wherefore also 52 Suppl, 71| continuous quantity cannot be transferred to spiritual ~quantity: 53 Suppl, 75| shall be found living to be ~transferred to the impassibility of 54 Suppl, 76| human ~nature in one is transferred to another. but not if what 55 Suppl, 76| superfluous ~in one part is transferred to another. Now the identity 56 Suppl, 80| term "subtlety" has been transferred to ~those bodies which are 57 Suppl, 81| another, it is not essentially transferred from place to ~place, because 58 Suppl, 89| equality; but is further transferred to denote ~any ratio of 59 Suppl, 90| since the term movement ~is transferred to the actions of the appetite 60 Suppl, 92| principally, it is not usually transferred to another save ~by reason


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