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heavily 2
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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heavy

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | OBJ 2: To bodies, whether heavy or light, movement does 2 1, 18 | their natural disposition. Heavy and light bodies are ~moved 3 1, 18 | with the movement of ~other heavy and light bodies.~Aquin.: 4 1, 28 | real relations; ~as in a heavy body is found an inclination 5 1, 28 | hence there exists in the heavy body a certain respect in 6 1, 49 | proper disposition. For a heavy ~thing is not moved upwards 7 1, 68 | firmament. For ~water is heavy by nature, and heavy things 8 1, 68 | is heavy by nature, and heavy things tend naturally downwards, 9 1, 74 | light, or ~earthwards, if heavy. And others say that under 10 1, 50 | proper disposition. For a heavy ~thing is not moved upwards 11 1, 69 | firmament. For ~water is heavy by nature, and heavy things 12 1, 69 | is heavy by nature, and heavy things tend naturally downwards, 13 1, 73 | light, or ~earthwards, if heavy. And others say that under 14 1, 104 | the movements of ~things heavy and light result from the 15 1, 104 | is not forced; as when a heavy body is ~made to move downwards 16 1, 104 | cause of movement in things heavy and light; but also as ~ 17 1, 104 | example, when a man moves a ~heavy body upwards, which does 18 2, 6 | instance, when a man with a ~heavy body goes upwards; or when 19 2, 9 | generator moves locally heavy and light things. Accordingly ~ 20 2, 11 | execution, as that by which a heavy body has a downward tendency, ~ 21 2, 17 | body. Thus the movement of heavy and light ~things results 22 2, 26 | the connaturalness of a heavy body for the centre, is 23 2, 27 | thus ~we may say that a heavy body existing outside its 24 2, 27 | proper place is like ~another heavy body that exists in its 25 2, 34 | nature, for instance, when a heavy ~body rests down below; 26 2, 34 | with its nature, as when a heavy body rests ~up aloft: so, 27 2, 36 | contrary to nature; thus a heavy body, ~of itself, withdraws 28 2, 36 | the end, the cause of a heavy body's downward ~movement 29 2, 36 | agent, by its action ~on a heavy body, deprives it of its 30 2, 37 | weighed down by something heavy, ~whereas that which is 31 2, 54 | e.g. by the movement of ~heavy bodies towards the center, 32 2, 76 | generator is the moving cause of heavy and light ~things. An indirect 33 2, 79 | people, and make their ears heavy," and Rm. 9:18: "He hath 34 2, 93 | thus gravity which makes a heavy body rest in ~the lower 35 2, 96 | do ~not"; and who "bind heavy burdens and lay them on 36 2, 105 | do; wherefore a yet more ~heavy penalty was inflicted in 37 2, 107 | His ~commandments are not heavy": which words Augustine 38 2, 107 | saying ~that "they are not heavy to the man that loveth; 39 2, 113 | natural things, what is heavy and what is light are moved ~ 40 2, 18 | Jesus ~"began to fear and be heavy." Therefore the aforesaid 41 2, 108 | lacking; for instance a ~heavy body which is held up aloft 42 2, 136 | soft ~through yielding to a heavy blow, for walls yield to 43 2, 136 | effeminate if he yields to heavy blows. ~Hence the Philosopher 44 2, 145 | custom, yet so as not to be a heavy burden to nature. Now the ~ 45 2, 145 | however this were to prove a heavy ~burden to a man on account 46 2, 186 | persons, which would be a heavy burden on them. Therefore 47 3, 1 | suitable discharge for a most heavy debt; His ~power, or infinite 48 3, 3 | suitable discharge for a most heavy debt; the ~power, for He 49 3, 15 | began to fear and to ~be heavy."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 50 3, 15 | began to fear and to be heavy," with a ~propassion, as 51 3, 32 | expressly ~(Phys. viii) that in heavy and light things there is 52 3, 45 | hard and rough is the road, heavy the going, but ~delightful 53 Suppl, 71| a man who is ~carrying a heavy load might bathe his face 54 Suppl, 72| principle, as in the movement of heavy and light bodies and in 55 Suppl, 80| its being hot or cold, heavy or light, it still retains 56 Suppl, 80| which are ~not found save in heavy and light bodies, which 57 Suppl, 81| the natural movement of heavy and ~light things, because 58 Suppl, 81| is the ~mover as regards heavy and light bodies. On the


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