Part, Question
1 1, 39  is personal." But taken ~indefinitely, it is an essential term.
2 1, 42  relation would ~be multiplied indefinitely. Therefore equality and
3 1, 75  which cannot be prolonged indefinitely, we must allow ~that not
4 1, 39  is personal." But taken ~indefinitely, it is an essential term.
5 1, 42  relation would ~be multiplied indefinitely. Therefore equality and
6 1, 74  which cannot be prolonged indefinitely, we must allow ~that not
7 1, 81  of the will, and ~so on indefinitely, which is impossible. Therefore
8 1, 81  There is no need to go on indefinitely, but we must stop at ~the
9 1, 81  there is no need to proceed indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[
10 1, 86  act; this is to proceed indefinitely, which seems ~impossible. ~
11 2, 1  diffusion of good goes on indefinitely. But good has the nature
12 2, 1  will to will it, and so on indefinitely. Therefore there ~is an
13 2, 1  nature of ~an end to proceed indefinitely. Therefore it is necessary
14 2, 1  not possible to proceed ~indefinitely in the matter of ends, from
15 2, 1  term, but would continue indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[4]
16 2, 1  we may proceed downwards indefinitely towards those things that
17 2, 1  of goods does not proceed indefinitely but, as it is written ~(
18 2, 1  reason from ~proceeding indefinitely. Now it is accidental to
19 2, 14  removing obstacles can go on indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[
20 2, 14  science does not go on ~indefinitely, because one can come to
21 2, 14  inquiry of counsel goes on indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[
22 2, 70  fruit, else we should go on indefinitely. ~But our actions bear fruit:
23 2, 75  first, and thus we go on ~indefinitely, which is absurd. Therefore
24 2, 75  there is no ~need to go on indefinitely: for one may come to one
25 2, 78  sin goes on causing sin indefinitely, which is ~absurd. Therefore
26 2, 78  the ~cause of another; not indefinitely, however, since we can trace
27 2, 85  finite thing being diminished indefinitely, without being entirely ~
28 2, 85  quantity, it may go on indefinitely, as, for instance, if a
29 2, 85  possible to go on ~thus indefinitely, provided that what is subtracted
30 2, 85  that it can be diminished indefinitely, because obstacles can be
31 2, 85  obstacles can be placed ~indefinitely, inasmuch as man can go
32 2, 85  inasmuch as man can go on indefinitely adding sin to sin: ~and
33 2, 87  because then it would go on indefinitely. Therefore ~sin does not
34 2, 102  sprinkle him, and so on indefinitely. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102]
35 2, 1  differences can be multiplied indefinitely, and ~therefore art should
36 2, 10  errors can be multiplied indefinitely, as ~Augustine observes (
37 2, 23  7) Whether it increases indefinitely?~(8) Whether the charity
38 2, 23  Whether charity increases indefinitely?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[
39 2, 23  charity does not increase indefinitely. For ~every movement is
40 2, 23  charity does not increase indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[
41 2, 23  charity cannot increase indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[
42 2, 23  parts away and add them indefinitely to another ~line, we shall
43 2, 23  the wayfarer can increase indefinitely, it would follow ~that the
44 2, 23  charity cannot increase indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[
45 2, 81  we may ask for some thing indefinitely, for instance to be ~helped
46 2, 104  greater repayment, and so on indefinitely. ~Now virtue does not strive
47 2, 120  should not have been ~said indefinitely: "Thou shalt not take the
48 2, 166  whether he ~could do it indefinitely, and the man answered that
49 Suppl, 23 and thus one might go on ~indefinitely, which would seem absurd.
50 Suppl, 70 and ~lest he should go on indefinitely, he said that the first
51 Suppl, 71 which though finite, ~is indefinitely divisible, and is never
52 Suppl, 71 second quarter, and so on ~indefinitely. In like manner, they say
53 Suppl, 71 for a sensible body is not indefinitely ~divisible: and thus it
54 Suppl, 89 consequently since ~we cannot go on indefinitely, we shall come to some quiddity
