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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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terminated

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | movement of a ~natural body is terminated by the end absolutely; and 2 1, 7 | receiving ~a form, it is terminated by that one. Again, form 3 1, 7 | Reply OBJ 2: Quantity is terminated by its form, which can be 4 1, 7 | which consists in quantity terminated, is a kind ~of quantitative 5 1, 7 | kinds of forms are not terminated, nor contracted by any matter. 6 1, 7 | because its essence would be terminated in a species by its form, 7 1, 36 | of the action regarded as terminated in the thing ~done; as, 8 1, 50 | the aforesaid rays may be terminated in them; and hence ~the 9 1, 51 | Further, every assumption is terminated in some union; because to ~ 10 1, 58 | principle; and this flow is ~terminated in the being which they 11 1, 62 | cannot, at the same end, be terminated in two points. But the ~ 12 1, 63 | local movement ~cannot be terminated in the same instant. But 13 1, 74 | knowledge is perfected and terminated. So the distinction of days ~ 14 1, 51 | the aforesaid rays may be terminated in them; and hence ~the 15 1, 52 | Further, every assumption is terminated in some union; because to ~ 16 1, 59 | principle; and this flow is ~terminated in the being which they 17 1, 63 | cannot, at the same end, be terminated in two points. But the ~ 18 1, 64 | local movement ~cannot be terminated in the same instant. But 19 1, 73 | knowledge is perfected and terminated. So the distinction of days ~ 20 1, 82 | counsel. Now ~counsel is terminated, first, by the judgment 21 1, 85 | infinite inasmuch as it is not ~terminated by corporeal matter. Moreover 22 2, 56 | the act of knowledge is terminated in the intellect; and for ~ 23 2, 113| instantaneous, it would be terminated in ~the same instant. Now 24 2, 113| Physic. vi, 1. ~But time is terminated by an instant. Hence in 25 2, 1 | the act of the believer is terminated in them, as is evident from ~ 26 3, 2 | Person in which the union is ~terminated. Therefore it seems that 27 3, 2 | union, ~inasmuch as it is terminated in the Divine hypostasis; 28 3, 3 | And the assumption can ~be terminated in It, as we now say it 29 3, 3 | It, as we now say it is terminated in the Person of the ~Word.~ 30 3, 3 | Person in Whom the union is terminated, as stated above (AA[1], 31 3, 3 | the grace of adoption ~is terminated in a certain participation 32 3, 3 | Further, the assumption is terminated in the unity of Person, 33 3, 4 | because the assumption terminated in this - that the Son of 34 3, 4 | because this assumption is terminated in a Person, and it is contrary 35 3, 6 | hence the alteration is terminated at the same instant in which 36 3, 6 | wherein the assumption is ~terminated, not a union of nature, 37 3, 11 | condition of both powers is ~terminated. Now nothing prevents a 38 3, 16 | the ~making is taken to be terminated in the human nature. Hence, 39 3, 34 | heating, however, is not terminated in ~an instant, but continues 40 3, 34 | his natural ~generation is terminated. But we do not merit by 41 3, 35 | the purpose of ~nature is terminated in the form or nature of 42 3, 75 | body moved locally to be terminated in different places at the 43 3, 76 | aforesaid conversion is terminated. For if ~any two things 44 3, 76 | the bread and wine is not terminated ~at the Godhead or the soul 45 3, 76 | substance of the ~bread is terminated at the substance of the 46 3, 76 | whereat the ~conversion is terminated. But the conversion which 47 3, 76 | place in this ~sacrament is terminated directly at the substance 48 3, 78 | follows the meaning, which is terminated in the ~uttering of the


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