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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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simultaneous

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | relative things which are not simultaneous in nature, ~one can exist 2 1, 13 | God and creatures are not simultaneous in ~nature. Therefore a 3 1, 13 | know whether relations are simultaneous by nature or ~otherwise, 4 1, 13 | vice versa, then they are simultaneous by ~nature: as double and 5 1, 13 | vice versa, they are not simultaneous ~by nature. This applies 6 1, 13 | considered in act, then it is ~simultaneous with science in act; for 7 1, 13 | Lord" and "servant," are simultaneous ~by nature. Hence, God was 8 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, simultaneous affirmation and negation 9 1, 40 | which is not prior, but simultaneous in the order of ~nature.~ 10 1, 42 | the ~things so related are simultaneous in the order of nature and 11 1, 45 | to ~be already made are simultaneous, whether such making is 12 1, 62 | created nature, ~glory is not simultaneous with nature; because glory 13 1, 62 | same faculty has not two simultaneous acts, as the ~same line 14 1, 74 | works of the six days ~were simultaneous, is consistent with either 15 1, 77 | after, but all are naturally simultaneous. But the powers of ~the 16 1, 77 | although they may be said to be simultaneous, according as they receive ~ 17 1, 77 | natural resultance, and is simultaneous ~with the soul, so is it 18 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, simultaneous affirmation and negation 19 1, 40 | which is not prior, but simultaneous in the order of ~nature.~ 20 1, 42 | the ~things so related are simultaneous in the order of nature and 21 1, 46 | to ~be already made are simultaneous, whether such making is 22 1, 63 | created nature, ~glory is not simultaneous with nature; because glory 23 1, 63 | same faculty has not two simultaneous acts, as the ~same line 24 1, 73 | works of the six days ~were simultaneous, is consistent with either 25 1, 76 | after, but all are naturally simultaneous. But the powers of ~the 26 1, 76 | although they may be said to be simultaneous, according as they receive ~ 27 1, 76 | natural resultance, and is simultaneous ~with the soul, so is it 28 2, 17 | stick. But command is not simultaneous ~with the act of the thing 29 2, 29 | a division are naturally simultaneous" (Praedic. x). ~But love 30 2, 29 | Therefore they are naturally simultaneous. ~Therefore love is not 31 2, 29 | are sometimes naturally ~simultaneous, both really and logically; 32 2, 29 | color. Sometimes they are simultaneous logically, while, ~in reality, 33 2, 29 | Sometimes they are not simultaneous ~either really or logically; 34 2, 29 | and hatred are naturally simultaneous, logically but ~not really. 35 2, 33 | thing possessed not being a simultaneous whole; ~wherefore one obtains 36 2, 61 | division are by nature ~simultaneous" (Categor. x), so that one 37 2, 112 | preparation of man for grace is simultaneous with ~the infusion of grace; 38 2, 113 | condivided, are by nature simultaneous. Hence the remission of 39 2, 113 | things enumerated must be simultaneous; but it is ~division of 40 2, 113 | justification ~of the ungodly are simultaneous in time, since the justification 41 2, 113 | illuminated, although ~both are simultaneous in time. And since the infusion 42 2, 184 | taken as a whole is not ~simultaneous but successive. Hence a 43 3, 6 | whole and the parts was simultaneous. For it has been shown ( 44 3, 75 | actually illuminated are simultaneous: for in such, a thing is 45 3, 84 | joy and sorrow cannot be ~simultaneous, because the same thing 46 3, 85 | charity are, in point of time, simultaneous with the act and ~habit 47 3, 85 | the act of penance, are simultaneous. Yet of these two acts, 48 Suppl, 18| priority of time, but is simultaneous with it, and then the grace 49 Suppl, 72| and moon is ~stated to be simultaneous, when the Lord shall come 50 Suppl, 73| moved, maker and made, are simultaneous (Phys. ~vii, 2). Now Christ 51 Suppl, 74| heavenly movement will be simultaneous as stated above (A[1]). ~ 52 Suppl, 81| measuring things that are not ~simultaneous in time, just as a point


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