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colloquy 4
collusion 14
color 195
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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colored

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | precise formality of being ~colored; and color is the formal 2 1, 1 | sight ~in that they are colored. Hence colored things are 3 1, 1 | they are colored. Hence colored things are the proper objects 4 1, 12 | round ~about by the many colored sacred veils." Therefore 5 1, 17 | it is accidental to ~the colored object to be a man.~Aquin.: 6 1, 45 | strictly speaking, the thing ~colored is what is seen.~Aquin.: 7 1, 51 | can both be shaped and ~colored as appears in the clouds. 8 1, 56 | the pupil of the eye were colored with some particular ~color, 9 1, 67 | not speak of the air as colored. Secondly, because light 10 1, 76 | a body with a surface is colored, we have the second ~manner 11 1, 77 | species. For since to be colored is accidental to an animal, ~ 12 1, 77 | instance, to something ~colored, to be a musician or a grammarian, 13 1, 46 | strictly speaking, the thing ~colored is what is seen.~Aquin.: 14 1, 52 | can both be shaped and ~colored as appears in the clouds. 15 1, 57 | the pupil of the eye were colored with some particular ~color, 16 1, 68 | not speak of the air as colored. Secondly, because light 17 1, 75 | a body with a surface is colored, we have the second ~manner 18 1, 76 | species. For since to be colored is accidental to an animal, ~ 19 1, 76 | instance, to something ~colored, to be a musician or a grammarian, 20 1, 77 | does not thereby become colored. Now, for the ~operation 21 1, 78 | is accidental to a thing colored to be ~man, or to be great 22 1, 81 | common notion of ~something colored, the visual power is not 23 1, 81 | white, and not as something colored, it would be distinct from 24 1, 83 | is made ~into something colored because of its being informed 25 1, 83 | as the object ~actually colored is compared to the pupil 26 1, 83 | pupil which is potentially colored. ~It may, however, be said, 27 1, 84 | that ~color is not in a colored body, or that it is separate 28 1, 84 | reference to the apple which is colored; or if we ~express in word 29 1, 86 | potentially, but what is actually colored. In like manner ~it is clear 30 1, 105 | to the ~perception of the colored object.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 31 2, 8 | whatsoever that are in any ~way colored. Now the aspect of good, 32 2, 10 | something not in all respects colored actually, but only ~so in 33 2, 10 | object which is not actually colored, and thus it would not see 34 2, 10 | Now ~just as the actually colored is the object of sight, 35 2, 22 | object visible, not by being colored, but by receiving an intention 36 2, 102 | signified by the violet colored skins: and who should ~also 37 2, 53 | and her ~girdle is many colored" and that "he who is incontinent 38 2, 97 | differ in the species ~"colored thing," if one be white 39 3, 16 | therefore "it began to be colored." And this because "to ~ 40 3, 16 | that "therefore it was not colored ~hitherto." Now, to be simply 41 3, 16 | when I ~say: "A body as colored is visible," it follows 42 3, 16 | visible," it follows that the colored is ~visible. But as stated ( 43 3, 54 | body; just as variously colored ~glass derives its splendor 44 Suppl, 79| receive the image of a ~colored body.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[82] 45 Suppl, 82| seen, because it will be a colored ~body. Therefore it will


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