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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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atmosphere

   Part, Question
1 1, 51 | are called animals of the ~atmosphere because their nature is 2 1, 61 | were created in the upper atmosphere: therefore not in the ~empyrean 3 1, 61 | OBJ 2: By the uppermost atmosphere Augustine possibly means 4 1, 61 | of heaven, to which the atmosphere has a kind of affinity ~ 5 1, 63 | is lit up by the sun, the atmosphere is lit up by the ~moon. 6 1, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether our atmosphere is the demons' place of 7 1, 64 | It would seem that this atmosphere is not the demons' place 8 1, 64 | consequently not the darksome atmosphere.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 9 1, 64 | no fire in the darksome atmosphere. Therefore the darksome 10 1, 64 | Therefore the darksome atmosphere ~is not the place of punishment 11 1, 64 | 10), that "the ~darksome atmosphere is as a prison to the demons 12 1, 64 | and thus the darksome ~atmosphere is their due place of punishment.~ 13 1, 64 | demons are in this dark atmosphere for our trial: although 14 1, 64 | while they are in ~this dark atmosphere, nevertheless their punishment 15 1, 68 | set, but the part ~of the atmosphere where the clouds are collected, 16 1, 68 | raised above a ~part of the atmosphere, and from which the rain 17 1, 52 | are called animals of the ~atmosphere because their nature is 18 1, 62 | were created in the upper atmosphere: therefore not in the ~empyrean 19 1, 62 | OBJ 2: By the uppermost atmosphere Augustine possibly means 20 1, 62 | of heaven, to which the atmosphere has a kind of affinity ~ 21 1, 64 | is lit up by the sun, the atmosphere is lit up by the ~moon. 22 1, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether our atmosphere is the demons' place of 23 1, 65 | It would seem that this atmosphere is not the demons' place 24 1, 65 | consequently not the darksome atmosphere.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 25 1, 65 | no fire in the darksome atmosphere. Therefore the darksome 26 1, 65 | Therefore the darksome atmosphere ~is not the place of punishment 27 1, 65 | 10), that "the ~darksome atmosphere is as a prison to the demons 28 1, 65 | and thus the darksome ~atmosphere is their due place of punishment.~ 29 1, 65 | demons are in this dark atmosphere for our trial: although 30 1, 65 | while they are in ~this dark atmosphere, nevertheless their punishment 31 1, 69 | set, but the part of the atmosphere where the clouds are collected, 32 1, 69 | raised above a ~part of the atmosphere, and from which the rain 33 1, 101 | says (Etym. xiv, 3), ~the atmosphere there is "a continually 34 1, 101 | temperament, as is the lower atmosphere in the ~neighborhood of 35 1, 101 | the chief seems to be an atmosphere of ~unequal temperature; 36 1, 101 | a remedy is found in an ~atmosphere of equable nature. In paradise 37 1, 101 | temperate, pure, and ~exquisite atmosphere, and decked with ever-flowering 38 1, 109 | powers that dwell in our atmosphere." But when ~an effect of 39 2, 113 | matter; thus ~because the atmosphere of itself is disposed to 40 2, 113 | but on the part of the atmosphere to be illuminated, to be 41 3, 44 | some ~disturbance of the atmosphere. But in Egypt, where clouds 42 3, 44 | either a disturbance in the atmosphere or a division of waters. ~ 43 3, 77 | they are in the surrounding atmosphere ~as in a subject. But even 44 3, 77 | the first place, because ~atmosphere is not susceptive of such 45 3, 77 | accidents are not where the atmosphere is, nay more, the atmosphere 46 3, 77 | atmosphere is, nay more, the atmosphere is ~displaced by the motion 47 3, 77 | another. Fourthly, since the atmosphere ~is not deprived of its 48 3, 77 | but from the surrounding atmosphere. ~But this can be shown 49 3, 77 | previously in the adjacent atmosphere; hence the worms or ashes ~ 50 3, 77 | because the nature of the ~atmosphere is not such as to permit 51 3, 77 | to be generated from the atmosphere, unless a great ~and, in 52 3, 77 | sensible condensation of the atmosphere took ~place. Fourthly, because 53 Suppl, 88| and the temperature of the atmosphere ~rendered conducive to health. 54 Suppl, 89| the sun to ~enlighten the atmosphere while at a standstill. Wherefore


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