Part, Question
1 1, 10  is ~said in the book De Coelo i. Or to reign beyond eternity
2 1, 32  for Aristotle says (De Coelo et Mundo i, ~2): "Through
3 1, 46  unbegotten, and also (De Coelo ~et Mundo i, text 20) that
4 1, 46  in ~Phys. viii and in De Coelo i, text 101, he premises
5 1, 46  is given by Aristotle (De Coelo i, text 120) ~does not prove
6 1, 46  its existence; and (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) he
7 1, 46  arguments of Aristotle (De ~Coelo i), who held that heaven
8 1, 66  place, as Aristotle [*De Coelo i, text. 20] says. So, ~
9 1, 77  the Philosopher says (De Coelo ii, 12), the lowest order
10 1, 47  unbegotten, and also (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) that
11 1, 47  in ~Phys. viii and in De Coelo i, text 101, he premises
12 1, 47  is given by Aristotle (De Coelo i, text 120) ~does not prove
13 1, 47  its existence; and (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) he
14 1, 47  arguments of Aristotle (De ~Coelo i), who held that heaven
15 1, 67  place, as Aristotle [*De Coelo i, text. 20] says. So, ~
16 1, 76  the Philosopher says (De Coelo ii, 12), the lowest order
17 1, 114  weight; as is proved (De ~Coelo et Mundo iv, 2). Secondly,
18 2, 13  as Plato says (Cf. De ~Coelo ii, 13), be confronted on
19 2, 14  cannot possibly ~reach" (De Coelo i, 7). But it is impossible
20 2, 55  the limit of power" (De Coelo i, text. 116). But the limit
21 2, 55  from the Philosopher ~(De Coelo i), since some have a virtue
22 2, 55  limit of its ~power (De Coelo i). Now the limit of any
23 2, 56  the limit of power" (De Coelo ii). But the ~limit is in
24 2, 64  for it is stated in De Coelo ~i that "virtue is the limit
25 2, 66  the Philosopher states (De Coelo ~i, text. 116); and Augustine
26 2, 66  the Philosopher says (De Coelo ii, ~text. 60) that "it
27 2, 85  nature, as stated in De Coelo ii, text. 37, since ~this
28 2, 89  the Philosopher says (De Coelo i, text. 2), "all things ~
29 2, 102  lefthand ~side, as stated in De Coelo et Mundo ii; and wisdom,
30 2, 109  Philosopher observes (De Coelo ~ii, 12).~Aquin.: SMT FS
31 2, 22  ultimate limit of power" (De Coelo et ~Mundo i, 11). But charity
32 2, 23  the Philosopher states (De Coelo i, 1).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[
33 2, 68  according to the Philosopher (De Coelo i, 1), "we reckon 'all' ~
34 2, 121  According to the Philosopher (De Coelo i, 116) the word ~virtue
35 2, 127  power, as stated in ~De Coelo i, 116. Now the perfection
36 2, 132  answer that, According to De Coelo i, 16, "we speak of virtue
37 2, 156  purpose" [*Aristotle, De Coelo i, 4].~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[
38 3, 27  useless," as is said De Coelo et Mundo ~i. But it would
39 3, 34  the Philosopher ~says (De Coelo ii, text. 18): "That which
40 3, 36  nothing without a purpose" (De Coelo i).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36]
41 3, 39  so neither does ~God" (De Coelo i). Now since this dove
42 3, 44  unchangeable, as ~is proved De Coelo i. Therefore it was unfitting
43 3, 46  nature," as is said in De Coelo ii. But Christ's Passion ~
44 3, 53  and end," as is said in De Coelo i. Again in ~the mystical
45 3, 57  the Philosopher says (De Coelo ii) that "things which are
46 3, 57  heavens, as is proved in De Coelo ~i. But every body must
47 3, 57  Philosopher (Phys. iv; De Coelo ii), since it is by ~its
48 3, 57  when Aristotle proves (De Coelo ii) ~that there is no body
49 3, 65  nothing without a purpose" (De Coelo et ~Mundo i). Therefore
50 Suppl, 52 intention. Thus, as stated in De Coelo, ii, all corruption, defect,
51 Suppl, 65 Commentator states (De Coelo et Mundo iii, 28), therefore
52 Suppl, 81 according to the Philosopher (De Coelo et Mundo ii), ~"that which
53 Suppl, 88 cannot last for ever (De Coelo et Mundo i). Therefore this ~
54 Suppl, 88 because, as stated in De Coelo et Mundo ii, "those bodies
55 Suppl, 88 worn out by ~movement (De Coelo et Mundo ii). Therefore
56 Suppl, 88 violent, as is proved in De Coelo ~et Mundo i. But work here
57 Suppl, 88 the Commentator says on De Coelo et Mundo; and ~consequently
58 Suppl, 93 everything, as stated in De Coelo et Mundo i, and contains
59 Suppl, 94 as Aristotle relates (De Coelo et ~Mundo ii). It is, however,
60 Suppl, 96 accidental lasts for ever" (De Coelo et Mundo ~i). But punishment
