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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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subsists

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1 1, 3 | subsisting truth." Therefore what subsists in God ~is His existence.~ 2 1, 3 | substance is a ~being that subsists of itself. But this is especially 3 1, 13 | determined form in which it subsists. ~Hence, as some things 4 1, 14 | means only that a thing subsists ~in itself. Inasmuch as 5 1, 14 | of divine ~understanding subsists in itself, and belongs to 6 1, 29 | or ~"suppositum," which subsists in the genus of substance. 7 1, 29 | for ~the divine essence subsists. Therefore, as the Godhead 8 1, 29 | although in truth that which subsists in ~the divine nature is 9 1, 30 | persons, that each of ~them subsists distinctly from the others 10 1, 34 | is in the nature of God subsists; and so Damascene says ( 11 1, 41 | but the Son, born of God, ~subsists in the perfect likeness 12 1, 41 | communicated by generation, subsists in the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 41 | subsist other ~than God, Who subsists from no other source than 14 1, 45 | being - that is, to what subsists in its own being. But ~forms 15 1, 45 | cause. For every creature subsists in ~its own being, and has 16 1, 50 | supposing that the form itself subsists without matter, there ~nevertheless 17 1, 50 | matter. But if the form subsists in ~its own being, as happens 18 1, 54 | as an abstract thing that subsists. ~Consequently an angel' 19 1, 59 | either the nature in which he subsists, or else it is some ~species 20 1, 75 | subsistent. ~For that which subsists is said to be "this particular 21 1, 75 | body. Now only that ~which subsists can have an operation "per 22 1, 75 | secondly, for that which subsists, and ~is complete in a specific 23 1, 76 | that existence in which it subsists ~to the corporeal matter, 24 1, 41 | but the Son, born of God, ~subsists in the perfect likeness 25 1, 41 | communicated by generation, subsists in the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 41 | subsist other ~than God, Who subsists from no other source than 27 1, 46 | being - that is, to what subsists in its own being. But ~forms 28 1, 46 | cause. For every creature subsists in ~its own being, and has 29 1, 51 | supposing that the form itself subsists without matter, there ~nevertheless 30 1, 51 | matter. But if the form subsists in ~its own being, as happens 31 1, 55 | as an abstract thing that subsists. ~Consequently an angel' 32 1, 60 | either the nature in which he subsists, or else it is some ~species 33 1, 74 | subsistent. ~For that which subsists is said to be "this particular 34 1, 74 | body. Now only that ~which subsists can have an operation "per 35 1, 74 | secondly, for that which subsists, and ~is complete in a specific 36 1, 75 | that existence in which it subsists ~to the corporeal matter, 37 1, 109 | speaking, is, as it were, what subsists. Whereas the ~form is called 38 2, 4 | composite. Now the soul subsists ~in its own being, as stated 39 2, 110 | perfect way than the soul subsists in ~itself. Nevertheless, 40 3, 2 | likeness, for the one Christ subsists ~in the Divine and human 41 3, 2 | the Word, so that the Word subsists in it, and not so ~that 42 3, 2 | thus the Person of Christ ~subsists in two natures. Hence though 43 3, 2 | person, insomuch as one being subsists in two.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 44 3, 2 | something higher, which ~subsists in the nature composed of 45 3, 2 | so that the Divine Person subsists in human nature.~Aquin.: 46 3, 3 | contrary, The Incarnate Person subsists in two natures. But the ~ 47 3, 3 | but that the Person of God subsists in human nature. For the 48 3, 11 | thus a substance, which subsists in its being and goodness, 49 3, 16 | God, but ~inasmuch as it subsists in human nature. Hence, 50 3, 16 | it is true, for whatever ~subsists in human nature is a person. 51 3, 16 | signify something that ~subsists of itself. Hence, as human 52 3, 35 | speaking, belongs to that which subsists; ~since a form that does 53 3, 35 | form, whereby something subsists. ~Consequently, nativity 54 3, 50 | wherever the ~suppositum subsists in only one nature, it follows 55 3, 50 | hypostasis of the Word of God subsists in two natures; and ~consequently, 56 Suppl, 94| concerned. But whether that fire subsists in its proper matter, or 57 Suppl, 94| proper matter, or if it ~subsists in a strange matter, what 58 Suppl, 94| alive, because either it ~subsists in its own matter, or is


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