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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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substantially

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | the "now" of time is ~not substantially different from time. Therefore 2 1, 10 | Therefore eternity is not ~substantially different from time.~Aquin.: 3 1, 13 | God are predicated of Him substantially?~(3) Whether any names applied 4 1, 13 | name can be applied to God substantially?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 5 1, 13 | name can be applied to God substantially. For ~Damascene says (De 6 1, 13 | God are not said of Him substantially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 7 1, 13 | name we can use applied substantially to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 8 1, 13 | substance, and are predicated substantially of God, ~although they fall 9 1, 19 | opposites, is changeable ~substantially; and that which can exist 10 1, 33 | the Father unbegotten is substantially distinguished from the ~ 11 1, 70 | be ~that the lights were substantially created at the beginning, 12 1, 73 | according to which a thing is substantially perfect, and this perfection ~ 13 1, 76 | would not make a thing substantially one, but only accidentally 14 1, 77 | and love are in ~the soul substantially, or, which is the same thing, 15 1, 77 | as known and ~loved, are substantially or essentially in the soul, 16 1, 71 | be ~that the lights were substantially created at the beginning, 17 1, 72 | according to which a thing is substantially perfect, and this perfection ~ 18 1, 75 | would not make a thing substantially one, but only accidentally 19 1, 76 | and love are in ~the soul substantially, or, which is the same thing, 20 1, 76 | as known and ~loved, are substantially or essentially in the soul, 21 1, 78 | held that this intellect, substantially separate, is the ~active 22 2, 13 | power. Wherefore ~choice is substantially not an act of the reason 23 2, 27 | because he is one with himself substantially, whereas with another he 24 2, 52 | form which is participated substantially by its subject, cannot ~ 25 2, 67 | removed, the ~thing remains substantially.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 26 2, 110 | of the ~soul. Now what is substantially in God, becomes accidental 27 2, 18 | good?~(5) Whether it is substantially the same as filial fear?~( 28 2, 18 | Whether initial fear is substantially the same as filial fear?~( 29 2, 18 | Consequently servile fear is ~substantially good, but is servility is 30 2, 18 | Whether servile fear is substantially the same as filial fear?~ 31 2, 18 | seem that servile fear is substantially the same as ~filial fear. 32 2, 18 | and lifeless faith are ~substantially the same. Therefore servile 33 2, 18 | servile and filial fear are ~substantially the same.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 18 | servile and filial fear are substantially the same.~Aquin.: SMT SS 35 2, 18 | filial fear are not the same ~substantially but differ specifically.~ 36 2, 18 | and so they do not differ substantially. On the other hand, servile 37 2, 18 | of punishment is indeed ~substantially distinct from chaste fear, 38 2, 18 | Whether initial fear differs substantially from filial fear?~Aquin.: 39 2, 18 | that initial fear differs substantially from filial ~fear. For filial 40 2, 18 | Therefore initial fear ~also is substantially distinct from initial fear.~ 41 2, 18 | initial fear does not differ substantially from ~filial fear.~Aquin.: 42 2, 18 | ii, for it ~is the same substantially as the perfect being, while 43 2, 45 | that political prudence is ~substantially the same habit as any kind 44 2, 60 | they remain the same both substantially and in ~respect of the right 45 2, 100 | of our kindred are more ~substantially akin to us than persons 46 3, 9 | had the ~Godhead Itself substantially abiding in Him, according 47 3, 65 | contains Christ Himself substantially: whereas ~the other sacraments 48 3, 65 | whole Church is contained ~substantially in the sacrament itself 49 3, 76 | A[3]), Christ's body is substantially present ~in this sacrament. 50 3, 81 | answer that, Christ's body is substantially the same in this ~sacrament, 51 Suppl, 79| those bodies will retain substantially the same potentiality ~as


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