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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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upwards

   Part, Question
1 1, 49 | heavy ~thing is not moved upwards except by some impelling 2 1, 60 | as fire seeks to ~mount upwards. Consequently both angel 3 1, 60 | good, namely, to be borne upwards.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 4 1, 62 | intervening hindrance; as to mount upwards is ~not contrary to the 5 1, 62 | difficult for a man to mount upwards. To be turned to his ultimate ~ 6 1, 63 | as fire begins to move upwards in the first ~instant it 7 1, 66 | mutually opposite, one tending upwards, another downwards: ~so, 8 1, 68 | naturally downwards, not ~upwards. Therefore there are not 9 1, 50 | heavy ~thing is not moved upwards except by some impelling 10 1, 61 | as fire seeks to ~mount upwards. Consequently both angel 11 1, 61 | good, namely, to be borne upwards.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 12 1, 63 | intervening hindrance; as to mount upwards is ~not contrary to the 13 1, 63 | difficult for a man to mount upwards. To be turned to his ultimate ~ 14 1, 64 | as fire begins to move upwards in the first ~instant it 15 1, 67 | mutually opposite, one tending upwards, another downwards: ~so, 16 1, 69 | naturally downwards, not ~upwards. Therefore there are not 17 1, 83 | which only potentially moves upwards must needs be only potentially ~ 18 1, 83 | that which actually moves upwards must needs be actually ~ 19 1, 83 | be hindered from moving upwards; for this reason did Plato 20 1, 104 | also heats and moves things upwards. Therefore, as ~God can 21 1, 104 | man moves a ~heavy body upwards, which does not owe to him 22 1, 105 | as to lead its ~inferiors upwards by analogy."~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 107 | First, the movement which is upwards and ~continuous. This signifies 24 1, 109 | miracle by throwing a stone upwards, as ~such a thing is outside 25 2, 6 | For when a stone is ~moved upwards, the principle of this movement 26 2, 6 | with a ~heavy body goes upwards; or when a man contorts 27 2, 9 | thing. For a stone is moved upwards by a man, ~who is not the 28 2, 10 | fire does not always move upwards, but only when it is ~outside 29 2, 13 | Just as ~fire is moved upwards and not downwards, without 30 2, 109 | coldness, and a stone cast upwards returns by itself to its 31 2, 113 | instant it is generated moves ~upwards, and if its movement was 32 2, 113 | for a stone to be thrown upwards; but only whenever this 33 2, 173 | downwards, may ~be thrown upwards; in another way from the 34 2, 181 | to stand is to be raised upwards. Now one man is made higher 35 2, 181 | like manner men are raised upwards in ~various ways by various 36 2, 181 | head should ~be directed upwards, his feet set firmly on 37 2, 183 | cannot ~naturally return upwards from below. But according 38 3, 31 | generations downwards, ~Luke upwards." For the same reason too " 39 3, 39 | river of blessings ~flowed upwards.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 40 3, 46 | from the transverse beam ~upwards to the top, and this is 41 3, 57 | earthly body to be borne upwards. Moreover, ~what is moved 42 3, 57 | And although to mount ~upwards is contrary to the nature 43 Suppl, 72| own nature fire tends only upwards; but in so far ~as it pursues


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