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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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possibility

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | third way is taken from possibility and necessity, and runs 2 1, 25 | cannot have the aspect of possibility. Hence it ~is better to 3 1, 25 | time were in the nature of possibility, ~whilst they were yet to 4 1, 25 | short of the nature of ~possibility, when they have been done. 5 1, 41 | there is ~no such thing as possibility in this sense, but only 6 1, 41 | there is ~no such thing as possibility in this sense, but only 7 2, 18 | would be neither being nor possibility ~of action. On the other 8 2, 32 | according to apprehension and ~possibility, at least supposed, of attainment.~ 9 2, 32 | for ~the mastery, and a possibility of winning it, afford the 10 2, 40 | to desire, denotes the ~possibility of obtaining the future 11 2, 40 | species of passion. ~But possibility of acquisition is accidental 12 2, 40 | object of hope adds not only possibility to the object ~of desire, 13 2, 40 | Q[81], A[2]. Moreover, possibility and impossibility are not ~ 14 2, 55 | attain to the limit of its ~possibility. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[55] A[ 15 2, 65 | in, or ~despaired of, the possibility of their fellowship or familiar 16 2, 67 | there will no longer be ~possibility of being punished. Filial 17 2, 67 | not therefore lose the ~possibility of having money, and therefore 18 2, 67 | actually, but even its ~possibility, by reason of the unchangeableness 19 2, 96 | customs of the country." Now possibility or faculty of ~action is 20 2, 24 | who are in sin retain the possibility of ~obtaining everlasting 21 2, 28 | love, or on account of the possibility of suffering in ~the same 22 2, 90 | 5], ad 3), there is ~no possibility of rendering to God, by 23 2, 135 | predestined receive not only the possibility of persevering, but ~perseverance 24 2, 160 | of pride ~admits of the possibility of all vices arising from 25 2, 163 | another that admits of the ~possibility of the evil of fault: but 26 3, 7 | the part of the form, the possibility of increase is excluded 27 3, 30 | the angel declares the possibility thereof." But such a doubt 28 3, 53 | necessity, nay more, from the possibility of dying again. Such is 29 3, 53 | Furthermore, what ~has the possibility of existence, is said to 30 3, 79 | not take away from man the possibility ~of sinning.~Aquin.: SMT 31 3, 88 | others who maintained the possibility of sins returning, said ~ 32 3, 89 | and do not exclude the possibility of ~being sentenced with 33 Suppl, 8 | because there is no longer any possibility of ~sinning, so that this 34 Suppl, 12| 1) Its nature; (2) Its possibility; (3) Its quality; (4) The ~ 35 Suppl, 13| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SATISFACTION (TWO ARTICLES)~ 36 Suppl, 13| We must now consider the possibility of satisfaction, under which 37 Suppl, 16| penance, so is there no possibility of cure without the habit 38 Suppl, 70| 1/3~On the contrary, The possibility of suffering from a corporeal 39 Suppl, 70| feeling it." They ~explain the possibility of this as follows. They 40 Suppl, 71| after death ~there is no possibility of obtaining or increasing 41 Suppl, 80| Hence some who held the ~possibility of a vacuum, said that a


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