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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | differ from time. For two ~measures of duration cannot exist 2 1, 10 | and not as regards the measures, then there ~is some reason 3 1, 10 | can be taken from these measures in ~themselves, if we consider 4 1, 10 | of which the respective measures are time and ~eternity.~ 5 1, 10 | but ~by time; for time measures not only things actually 6 1, 10 | changeable; hence it not only measures movement but it also ~measures 7 1, 10 | measures movement but it also ~measures repose, which belongs to 8 1, 10 | different genera have different measures. But some ~aeviternal things 9 1, 53 | in the whole time which measures the movement of a body, 10 1, 53 | now" of the ~time which measures the movement, there must 11 1, 53 | every "now" of time ~which measures rest, the subject reposing 12 1, 53 | every "now" of time which measures ~movement, the movable subject 13 1, 53 | same as the ~time which measures the movement of the heavens, 14 1, 53 | proportion to the time ~which measures the movement of corporeal 15 1, 54 | in the whole time which measures the movement of a body, 16 1, 54 | now" of the ~time which measures the movement, there must 17 1, 54 | every "now" of time ~which measures rest, the subject reposing 18 1, 54 | every "now" of time which measures ~movement, the movable subject 19 1, 54 | same as the ~time which measures the movement of the heavens, 20 1, 54 | proportion to the time ~which measures the movement of corporeal 21 2, 19 | are not several proximate measures; but ~there can be several 22 2, 19 | but ~there can be several measures if one is subordinate to 23 2, 52 | various dispositions and measures of health are by way of ~ 24 2, 66 | He bestows on men various measures of ~virtue, according to 25 2, 90 | First, as in that which measures and rules: and ~since this 26 2, 91 | as in him that ~rules and measures; in another way, as in that 27 2, 91 | nature, are general rules and measures of ~all things relating 28 2, 91 | resides in him that rules and measures; but, by way of ~participation, 29 2, 96 | there were as many rules or measures as there are ~things measured 30 2, 96 | homogeneous with that ~which it measures, as stated in Metaph. x, 31 2, 96 | are measured by different measures. Wherefore laws imposed 32 2, 96 | burdensome, those useful measures which ~have been enacted 33 2, 97 | respect of persons if unequal measures are served ~out to those 34 2, 58 | burdensome, those useful measures which have been enacted 35 2, 75 | being measured: and the measures of things that come ~into 36 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The measures of salable commodities must 37 2, 75 | is greater abundance, the measures are wont to be larger. ~ 38 2, 75 | must determine the just ~measures of things salable, with 39 2, 75 | lawful to disregard such measures as are ~established by public 40 2, 89 | resound with ~theatrical measures and airs." Therefore God 41 2, 121 | likely to happen; he takes measures beforehand, ~and looks out 42 3, 44 | heavenly bodies, which measures the duration of the seasons. 43 3, 75 | grant this of the time which measures movement ~depending on the 44 Suppl, 71| is provoked ~to harsher measures." Now every sinner is offensive 45 Suppl, 81| enough, because an instant measures the ~instantaneous, according


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