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supposita 76
supposition 58
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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supposition

   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | goodness. Therefore the first supposition holds good. Therefore ~everything 2 1, 7 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the supposition of some things does not 3 1, 7 | things does not preclude ~the supposition of others, still the supposition 4 1, 7 | supposition of others, still the supposition of an infinite number is ~ 5 1, 8 | that is, merely on ~some supposition; as a grain of millet would 6 1, 8 | absolutely when, on any supposition, it must be everywhere; ~ 7 1, 19 | namely, absolutely, and by supposition. We judge a thing to be ~ 8 1, 19 | though it may be so by supposition; for, granted that he is 9 1, 19 | Yet it can be necessary by supposition, for supposing that He ~ 10 1, 19 | necessarily; except by ~supposition.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 11 1, 19 | yet it is necessary by supposition, on account of the ~unchangeableness 12 1, 23 | thing is necessary ~on the supposition that He so wills, on account 13 1, 25 | order of things, except upon supposition, ~as was said above (Q[19], 14 1, 36 | principle" has not determinate supposition but ~rather it stands indeterminately 15 1, 39 | really existed any real "supposition" ~or "subjection."~Aquin.: 16 1, 48 | and especially so on ~the supposition that all things are subject 17 1, 39 | really existed any real "supposition" ~or "subjection."~Aquin.: 18 1, 49 | and especially so on ~the supposition that all things are subject 19 1, 78 | According, therefore, to ~this supposition, nothing is preserved in 20 1, 88 | said this on the previous supposition that understanding is a 21 1, 89 | Himself. According to this supposition, also, the ~Manichaeans, 22 1, 89 | human nature, the above supposition ~is quite impossible. For 23 1, 114 | v, ~3) as to this double supposition.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 24 2, 1 | another. Therefore the supposition that one thing is the last 25 2, 10 | impossible follows from the supposition ~that the will does not 26 2, 10 | incompatible with ~this supposition, that the will be not moved 27 2, 18 | or evil, except on ~the supposition of another previous circumstance, 28 2, 39 | be good or evil, on the supposition of something else: ~thus 29 2, 39 | said to be good, on the supposition of a shameful deed ~done, 30 2, 39 | that which is good on some supposition, ~should be considered as 31 2, 39 | which is voluntary on some ~supposition, is judged to be voluntary, 32 2, 50 | in the first place, this supposition is contrary to the mind 33 2, 50 | the ~second place, this supposition is contrary to the truth. 34 2, 58 | this is based on a false supposition. Because the appetitive 35 2, 25 | if we make the impossible supposition that ~God were not man's 36 2, 58 | ways. First, by a kind of supposition; and thus, when we have 37 2, 86 | not absolutely but on the ~supposition of an end - for instance 38 2, 86 | neither absolutely, nor on the supposition of an end, is ~altogether 39 2, 86 | opinion is based on a false supposition: because a spiritual ~prelate 40 3, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In this supposition the human nature would be 41 3, 16 | a personal but a simple supposition. For although "this man" 42 3, 31 | this is to be taken on the supposition that it be the ~same Jechonias 43 3, 36 | And I say ~this on the supposition that they came from the 44 3, 46 | absolutely; or secondly, from supposition. ~Therefore, speaking simply 45 3, 46 | was impossible if some ~supposition be made. For since it is 46 3, 46 | necessity which comes of ~supposition, and of the necessity which 47 3, 64 | reality. I ~say this in the supposition that they are outwardly 48 3, 77 | succeeds to them. ~But that supposition is false, as was stated 49 3, 84 | absolutely; secondly, on a supposition. A thing is absolutely necessary ~ 50 3, 84 | Penance is necessary on a ~supposition, for it is necessary, not 51 Suppl, 69| 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 6: This supposition is impossible [*Cf. FS, 52 Suppl, 76| humanity ~was based on the supposition that humanity is some distinct 53 Suppl, 77| womb. Consequently on the supposition that a ~man partook of such 54 Suppl, 80| objection proceeds on a false ~supposition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 55 Suppl, 80| it is based on a ~false supposition, or begs the question. For 56 Suppl, 80| of the ~place. But this supposition is false, because if it 57 Suppl, 93| his ~death, except on the supposition of the wound which he received 58 Suppl, 96| absolutely but on an impossible ~supposition in order to throw into relief


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