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coel 177
coelo 60
coena 2
coerce 7
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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coelo

   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 | left-hand ~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


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