Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
subservience 5
subservient 6
subsides 1
subsist 60
subsisted 5
subsistence 36
subsistences 12
Frequency    [«  »]
60 processions
60 redemption
60 shamefacedness
60 subsist
60 transferred
60 universally
60 xviii
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

subsist

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | with us only those things subsist which are composite; and 2 1, 5 | Mathematical entities do not subsist as realities; because ~they 3 1, 5 | that whereby all things subsist, and are. But ~to be self-giving 4 1, 6 | good "as by Whom all things subsist."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[ 5 1, 29 | genera and ~species only subsist; whereas individuals are 6 1, 29 | we say that those things subsist which exist in ~themselves, 7 1, 29 | that genera and species subsist, inasmuch as ~it belongs 8 1, 29 | some individual things to subsist, from the fact that they ~ 9 1, 29 | species and genera themselves subsist; except in the ~opinion 10 1, 29 | the matter and makes it ~subsist as an individual. On this 11 1, 30 | Therefore, although they subsist, ~nevertheless they are 12 1, 30 | properties in creatures do not subsist, ~although they are really 13 1, 30 | relative properties in God subsist, and ~are really distinguished 14 1, 40 | regards being, ~in which they subsist, nor in anything absolute, 15 1, 41 | proceeded; for He cannot subsist other ~than God, Who subsists 16 1, 42 | understand the nature of God to subsist in Him, for He is God in 17 1, 50 | intellectual substances subsist because of the rays of the 18 1, 55 | utterly free from bodies, and ~subsist immaterially and in their 19 1, 56 | and secondly, so as to subsist in ~their own natures. They 20 1, 56 | condition, so that he should subsist in the nature of his species, 21 1, 57 | in order that they may ~subsist in their own natures, so 22 1, 65 | corporeal things do not subsist "per se" in matter, but 23 1, 66 | since a being in act would subsist under the transient form. ~ 24 1, 75 | that is ~rightly said to subsist "per se," which is neither 25 1, 75 | hand ~cannot be said to subsist "per se"; nor can it for 26 1, 75 | created form be supposed to subsist "per se," must ~have existence 27 1, 75 | while things which do not ~subsist, such as accidents and material 28 1, 40 | regards being, ~in which they subsist, nor in anything absolute, 29 1, 41 | proceeded; for He cannot subsist other ~than God, Who subsists 30 1, 42 | understand the nature of God to subsist in Him, for He is God in 31 1, 51 | intellectual substances subsist because of the rays of the 32 1, 56 | utterly free from bodies, and ~subsist immaterially and in their 33 1, 57 | and secondly, so as to subsist in ~their own natures. They 34 1, 57 | condition, so that he should subsist in the ~nature of his species, 35 1, 58 | in order that they may ~subsist in their own natures, so 36 1, 66 | corporeal things do not subsist "per se" in matter, but 37 1, 67 | since a being in act would subsist under the transient form. ~ 38 1, 74 | that is ~rightly said to subsist "per se," which is neither 39 1, 74 | hand ~cannot be said to subsist "per se"; nor can it for 40 1, 74 | created form be supposed to subsist "per se," must ~have existence 41 1, 74 | while things which do not ~subsist, such as accidents and material 42 1, 78 | sensible, which do not subsist apart from matter. And therefore 43 1, 83 | the forms of things known subsist immaterially. ~While the 44 1, 83 | forms of ~sensible things subsist by themselves without matter; 45 1, 83 | that their ~forms should subsist without matter, as Aristotle 46 1, 83 | but these Plato held ~to subsist of themselves, while Avicenna 47 1, 83 | that the forms of things subsist of themselves ~apart from 48 1, 103| not for a ~moment could it subsist, but would fall into nothingness 49 1, 103| beings, since they do ~not subsist: but each one of them is 50 1, 104| creatures that ~they may subsist. Therefore God so moves 51 3, 2 | the same numerically can subsist in divers ~essences or natures. 52 3, 2 | to which it belongs to subsist in a nature; and thus the 53 3, 3 | be communicated so as to subsist in several natures, ~for 54 3, 3 | But the ~three Persons can subsist in one Divine Nature. Therefore 55 3, 3 | Therefore they can also ~subsist in one human nature in such 56 3, 4 | or Divine. Now it ~cannot subsist of itself, as the Philosopher 57 3, 17 | that the Person is said ~to subsist not merely in the Divine, 58 3, 35 | since a form that does not subsist is said to be only inasmuch 59 3, 76 | miraculously, as they also subsist miraculously ~after the 60 3, 77 | substance is that it must subsist ~of itself, and not in another.


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License