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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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liquid

   Part, Question
1 1, 74 | the seed of all animals is liquid. Also the life of the soul ~ 2 1, 75 | also in a ~glass vase, the liquid in the vase seems to be 3 1, 73 | the seed of all animals is liquid. Also the life of the soul ~ 4 1, 74 | also in a ~glass vase, the liquid in the vase seems to be 5 2, 83 | wise man pours a precious liquid into a vessel, ~knowing 6 2, 83 | vessel will corrupt the liquid. But the rational soul is ~ 7 2, 83 | more precious than any liquid. If therefore the soul, 8 2, 30 | the other is relieved by liquid food, ~viz. thirst, and 9 3, 66 | some have supposed. For a ~liquid of this kind cannot be used 10 3, 66 | animal, or wine, or any liquid extracted from plants. It 11 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 5: Rose-water is a liquid distilled from roses: consequently ~ 12 3, 66 | contains a minimum of the ~liquid matter from mixed bodies; 13 3, 66 | from mixed bodies; which liquid matter by the force of ~ 14 3, 72 | had. And whatever other liquid is so called, derives ~its 15 3, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any liquid can be mingled with the 16 3, 77 | OBJ 1: It seems that no liquid can be mingled with the 17 3, 77 | of its quality. But no ~liquid can share in the quality 18 3, 77 | Therefore ~it seems that no liquid can be mingled with the 19 3, 77 | Further, if any kind of liquid be mixed with those species, 20 3, 77 | thing can result from the ~liquid, which is a substance, and 21 3, 77 | accidents; nor from the liquid and Christ's blood, which 22 3, 77 | decrease. Therefore no ~liquid can be mixed with the consecrated 23 3, 77 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if any liquid be mixed with the consecrated 24 3, 77 | s ~blood. Therefore the liquid added would likewise be 25 3, 77 | unbecoming. Therefore no liquid ~can be mingled with the 26 3, 77 | Gener. i). But if we mix any liquid, it seems that the entire ~ 27 3, 77 | color; ~and because the liquid mixed, as having no obstacle, 28 3, 77 | substance. Consequently, no liquid can be mixed with ~the consecrated 29 3, 77 | our senses that another liquid can be ~mixed with the wine 30 3, 77 | present, then some ~other liquid could be mingled with it.~ 31 3, 77 | according to the quantity of the liquid. For if ~sufficient liquid 32 3, 77 | liquid. For if ~sufficient liquid were mixed so as to spread 33 3, 77 | remain no longer. ~But if the liquid added were of another species, 34 3, 77 | dissolved, and there would ~be a liquid of another species. But 35 3, 77 | another species. But if liquid of the same species were ~ 36 3, 77 | Body Para. 3/4~But if the liquid added were of such minute 37 3, 77 | specifically, not only ~if a little liquid of the same species were 38 3, 77 | consecrated. Hence, if the liquid of any kind whatsoever added ~ 39 3, 77 | But if the quantity of the liquid added be so slight as not 40 3, 77 | and so they ~act upon the liquid added, by changing it.~Aquin.: 41 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The liquid added to the consecrated 42 3, 77 | sufficient mixing of extraneous liquid to ~cause the blood of Christ 43 3, 77 | the mixing of ~extraneous liquid, the substance of Christ' 44 3, 77 | measure. In like ~manner the liquid added can be so small as 45 3, 77 | are opposed to ~another liquid, just as substance would 46 Suppl, 29| above all, the name of the liquid extract of olives, ~for


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