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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | First, because a species is constituted of genus and ~difference. 2 1, 4 | divided, and ~"species" constituted, are opposed to each other. 3 1, 5 | not as though formally constituted so by something else, but ~ 4 1, 8 | But the whole universe is ~constituted in number, as appears from 5 1, 11 | Further, no opposite thing is constituted by its opposite. But ~"multitude" 6 1, 11 | opposite. But ~"multitude" is constituted by "one." Therefore it is 7 1, 11 | not, indeed, as if unities constituted multitude so far as ~they 8 1, 14 | form whereby each thing is constituted in ~its own species, is 9 1, 40 | removed, as if ~innascibility constituted and distinguished the hypostasis 10 1, 40 | as already distinct and constituted, we must absolutely say 11 1, 40 | signifies the way to a person ~constituted by the property. Likewise, 12 1, 50 | species. Now ~everything is constituted in a species according as 13 1, 50 | that thereby it may be constituted in some species, ~either 14 1, 50 | whereby the nature is ~constituted. Such a composite nature 15 1, 65 | the entire ~universe is constituted by all creatures, as a whole 16 1, 65 | wisdom diverse grades are constituted in ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 65 | sensible things that we see are constituted, in so far as ~in corporeal 18 1, 68 | to inquire how God has constituted the natures of His creatures, 19 1, 71 | considered as by nature constituted to move with certain specific ~ 20 1, 76 | form, by which the body is constituted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 21 1, 40 | removed, as if ~innascibility constituted and distinguished the hypostasis 22 1, 40 | as already distinct and constituted, we must absolutely say 23 1, 40 | signifies the way to a person ~constituted by the property. Likewise, 24 1, 51 | species. Now ~everything is constituted in a species according as 25 1, 51 | that thereby it may be constituted in some species, ~either 26 1, 51 | whereby the nature is ~constituted. Such a composite nature 27 1, 66 | the entire ~universe is constituted by all creatures, as a whole 28 1, 66 | wisdom diverse grades are constituted in ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 66 | sensible things that we see are constituted, in so far as ~in corporeal 30 1, 69 | to inquire how God has constituted the natures of His creatures, 31 1, 71 | considered as by nature constituted to move with certain specific ~ 32 1, 75 | form, by which the body is constituted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 33 1, 107 | grades among ~spirits are constituted by different spiritual gifts. 34 1, 117 | But the human species ~is constituted by the rational soul. Therefore 35 2, 18 | seems ~that an action is not constituted in a species through being 36 2, 18 | species of natural things are constituted by ~their natural forms, 37 2, 18 | species of moral actions are constituted by ~forms as conceived by 38 2, 43 | is a cause of the thing constituted by that form, so ~whatever 39 2, 52 | each species thereof is constituted by an indivisible unity. 40 2, 55 | Para. 2/2~Now man is so constituted that the body holds the 41 2, 66 | indemonstrable principles are constituted, is the function of ~wisdom: 42 2, 85 | principles of which nature is constituted, and the properties that ~ 43 2, 102 | darkness. The cormorant, so ~constituted that it can stay a long 44 2, 37 | order, the species ~is not constituted by that which is accidental. 45 2, 41 | Further, every special sin is constituted by something which ~specifies 46 2, 41 | because a species is not constituted by that which is accidental.~ 47 2, 184 | manner the religious state is constituted by ~these three vows.~Aquin.: 48 2, 184 | religious state is fittingly constituted by the three vows.~Aquin.: 49 3, 2 | one nature ~would not be constituted in Christ, as they wish. ~ 50 3, 3 | OBJ 3: Further, person is constituted by nature. But it is repugnant ~ 51 3, 3 | repugnant ~that the thing constituted should assume the constituent, 52 3, 3 | that a Divine Person is constituted simply. Hence ~the Divine 53 3, 5 | union of soul and body is constituted the common ~nature, which 54 3, 5 | body one human ~nature is constituted. But this opinion cannot 55 3, 5 | there was a nature which was constituted by the soul coming to the ~ 56 3, 6 | of the Word of God were constituted ~simply by human nature, 57 3, 17 | the person of Socrates was constituted there accrued to him hands 58 Suppl, 19| instrumental agent is not constituted thus, but through being ~


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