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non-being 49
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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non-being

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | ignorant of, such as being and non-being, whole and part, and such ~ 2 1, 3 | distinct from being; for ~non-being cannot be a difference. 3 1, 5 | privation, said that ~matter was non-being, goodness is more extensively 4 1, 5 | since it is ~presumed to be non-being. Therefore Dionysius says 5 1, 5 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Non-being is desirable, not of itself, 6 1, 5 | can only be ~removed by non-being, is desirable. Now the removal 7 1, 5 | desirable of itself; and non-being only relatively, ~inasmuch 8 1, 5 | be ~deprived; thus even non-being can be spoken of as relatively 9 1, 5 | matter ~may be said to be a non-being on account of the privation 10 1, 9 | them is consistent ~with non-being. Hence, in the inferior 11 1, 11 | is some good thing, and non-being ~is some kind of being. 12 1, 11 | being (as a potentiality) is non-being absolutely, i.e. ~actually; 13 1, 11 | the genus of substance is ~non-being relatively as regards some 14 1, 13 | relations ~between "being" and "non-being" formed by reason, apprehending ~" 15 1, 13 | by reason, apprehending ~"non-being" as an extreme. The same 16 1, 17 | that are is found a certain non-being, so in things ~that are 17 1, 25 | the idea of being except non-being. Therefore, ~that which 18 1, 25 | which implies being and non-being at the same time is repugnant 19 1, 48 | whereas good is a being. But ~"non-being" does not require being 20 1, 49 | whereas good is a being. But ~"non-being" does not require being 21 2, 18 | called a being simply, and a non-being ~in a certain respect, as 22 2, 18 | is a privation, it is a non-being. But ~non-being cannot be 23 2, 18 | it is a non-being. But ~non-being cannot be a difference, 24 2, 54 | it is a privation ~and a non-being, cannot differentiate any 25 2, 64 | the other we have simply "non-being"; yet if we refer them to 26 2, 66 | the meaning of being and non-being, of whole ~and part, and 27 2, 72 | species nor ~difference of non-being," as the Philosopher states ( 28 2, 76 | cause of sin: because a ~non-being is not the cause of anything. 29 2, 76 | anything. Now ignorance is a non-being, ~since it is a privation 30 2, 76 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Non-being cannot be the direct cause 31 2, 1 | can stand, as neither can non-being stand under ~being, nor 32 2, 18 | between a perfect being and a non-being, as stated in Metaph. ii, 33 2, 18 | differs ~altogether from non-being.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 34 3, 50 | is change from being to non-being. Therefore, Christ's body, ~ 35 3, 72 | consists in change from non-being to being. But this sacrament 36 3, 75 | which it is not said that non-being is converted into being. 37 3, 75 | creation there is being after non-being; in this sacrament, Christ' 38 3, 75 | and air into fire; whereas non-being is not converted ~into being. 39 3, 75 | tense: for ~we do not say, "Non-being is being" or, "Bread is 40 3, 75 | that "being is ~made out of non-being," and "out of bread, the 41 3, 75 | creation, so as to say that "non-being is converted into ~being": 42 3, 75 | be the other, as that ~"non-being can be being," or that " 43 3, 75 | being is made of ~[de] non-being," or that "the body of Christ 44 3, 75 | granted in creation that ~"non-being will be being," or that " 45 3, 75 | will be being," or that "non-being may become being," because ~ 46 3, 77 | movement from being into non-being" ~(Aristotle, Phys. v). 47 3, 79 | transition from ~spiritual non-being into spiritual being, and 48 Suppl, 66| consequent upon being. Since then non-being does not cause plurality, ~ 49 Suppl, 66| in being, the other in ~non-being, does not thereby become


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