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important 47
imported 2
importing 13
imports 59
importunate 2
impose 36
imposed 109
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59 ground
59 humors
59 immortality
59 imports
59 impressed
59 impulse
59 imputed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imports

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | together, each of ~which imports a certain measure of duration. 2 1, 11 | predicated of God, because it ~imports privation, and every privation 3 1, 13 | But this name HE WHO IS ~imports no relation to creatures. 4 1, 14 | one way this adverb "so" imports the mode of ~knowledge on 5 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: Transition imports a certain succession of 6 1, 14 | although it is ~past, still it imports relation to the future. 7 1, 14 | is knowable. But whatever imports relation to the ~creature 8 1, 14 | But the knowledge of God ~imports relation to creatures in 9 1, 31 | itself; since ~the word trine imports a distinction in the "supposita" 10 1, 31 | syncategorematical term imports the order of the ~predicate 11 1, 33 | another Person, before it imports the regard of God to ~creatures.~ 12 1, 33 | principle of others; or ~that it imports universal authority, or 13 1, 33 | v, 7) that "unbegotten" imports ~the negation of passive 14 1, 33 | in which sense, privation imports an imperfection. In this 15 1, 34 | by means of the word it imports a habitude to the thing ~ 16 1, 34 | Whether the name "Word" imports relation to creatures?~Aquin.: 17 1, 34 | OBJ 2: Further, whatever imports relation to creatures is 18 1, 34 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Word imports relation to the source whence 19 1, 34 | proceeds. ~Therefore, if it imports relation to the creature, 20 1, 34 | creatures. Therefore if Word imports relation to creatures, ~ 21 1, 34 | OBJ 5: Further, if Word imports relation to the creature, 22 1, 34 | this ~way the name Word imports relation to creatures.~Aquin.: 23 1, 35 | specific ~sign. Now whatever imports procession or origin in 24 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost; because it imports a ~relation to creatures, 25 1, 37 | spirates" or "begets," ~this imports only a notional act. Hence 26 1, 37 | forasmuch as "to speak" imports a ~determinate person proceeding; 27 1, 37 | notional sense, not only imports the production of a divine 28 1, 38 | For every ~personal name imports a distinction in God. But 29 1, 38 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, "Gift" imports relation to the creature, 30 1, 38 | answer that, The word "gift" imports an aptitude for being given. 31 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 1: The name "Gift" imports a personal distinction , 32 1, 38 | distinction , in so far ~as gift imports something belonging to another 33 1, 38 | essential name because it imports relation to the creature; 34 1, 38 | its origin; and thus it imports the property of the origin 35 1, 39 | reason. For ~"eternity" imports duration of existence; " 36 1, 41 | other sense, the ~ablative imports the habitude of a principle 37 1, 45 | preposition "from" [ex] imports relation of some ~cause, 38 1, 45 | In ~the second sense, it imports the material cause, which 39 1, 45 | created; because ~creation imports a relation of the creature 40 1, 48 | said above (A[1]), evil imports the absence of good. But 41 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost; because it imports a ~relation to creatures, 42 1, 37 | spirates" or "begets," ~this imports only a notional act. Hence 43 1, 37 | forasmuch as "to speak" imports a ~determinate person proceeding; 44 1, 37 | notional sense, not only imports the production of a divine 45 1, 38 | For every ~personal name imports a distinction in God. But 46 1, 38 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, "Gift" imports relation to the creature, 47 1, 38 | answer that, The word "gift" imports an aptitude for being given. 48 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 1: The name "Gift" imports a personal distinction , 49 1, 38 | distinction , in so far ~as gift imports something belonging to another 50 1, 38 | essential name because it imports relation to the creature; 51 1, 38 | its origin; and thus it imports the property of the origin 52 1, 39 | reason. For ~"eternity" imports duration of existence; " 53 1, 41 | other sense, the ~ablative imports the habitude of a principle 54 1, 46 | preposition "from" [ex] imports relation of some ~cause, 55 1, 46 | In ~the second sense, it imports the material cause, which 56 1, 46 | created; because ~creation imports a relation of the creature 57 1, 49 | said above (A[1]), evil imports the absence of ~good. But 58 1, 108| the name "Dominations" ~imports a certain liberty; all of 59 2, 186| Since, however, the end imports most in every matter, [*


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