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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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susceptible

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | actually transparent, and susceptible of color.~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 53 | because his substance is susceptible of parts, but because ~his 3 1, 59 | compulsion is ~considered, is not susceptible of greater and less degree; 4 1, 66 | to earth, in that it is susceptible of form, and to water in 5 1, 68 | of the ~firmament was not susceptible of dissolution, because 6 1, 68 | incorruptible, is of a matter not susceptible ~of change of form; wherefore 7 1, 76 | OBJ 4: Further, what is susceptible of a more perfect form should 8 1, 54 | because his substance is susceptible of parts, but because ~his 9 1, 60 | compulsion is ~considered, is not susceptible of greater and less degree; 10 1, 67 | to earth, in that it is susceptible of form, and to water in 11 1, 69 | of the ~firmament was not susceptible of dissolution, because 12 1, 69 | incorruptible, is of a matter not susceptible ~of change of form; wherefore 13 1, 75 | OBJ 4: Further, what is susceptible of a more perfect form should 14 1, 114 | requires in its work ~a subject susceptible of its action. But there 15 1, 114 | corporeal substance which can be susceptible of the latter's action; ~ 16 1, 117 | because no substantial form is susceptible of more or ~less; but addition 17 2, 31 | that "the angels are not susceptible to our passible ~delight, 18 2, 50 | hearing ~and the like, are not susceptible of habits, but are ordained 19 2, 50 | does not ~hold; for to be susceptible of habit belongs to that 20 2, 52 | and habits themselves were susceptible of ~more or less, for the 21 2, 52 | of themselves were not ~susceptible of more or less; but that 22 2, 52 | habits are of ~themselves susceptible of more and less, for instance, 23 2, 52 | immaterial forms are not susceptible of more or ~less, but that 24 2, 52 | qualities and forms are ~susceptible of more or less, and some 25 2, 52 | substance in itself cannot be ~susceptible of more or less, because 26 2, 52 | passions and actions, are susceptible of more or less, in respect 27 2, 52 | explaining why figures are not susceptible of ~more or less, he says: " 28 2, 52 | to ~hinder it from being susceptible of more or less.~Aquin.: 29 2, 52 | accidents are of ~themselves susceptible of more or less, in some 30 2, 52 | qualities, which are not susceptible of increase save in intensity ~ 31 3, 24 | because human nature is susceptible of it. And ~in this sense 32 3, 55 | that, The word "proof" is susceptible of a twofold meaning: ~sometimes 33 3, 84 | causes sorrow in one who is susceptible to sorrow, as man ~is in 34 3, 84 | life the saints are not susceptible to ~sorrow, wherefore they 35 Suppl, 16| penance. Therefore they are susceptible to ~penance.~Aquin.: SMT 36 Suppl, 18| slight sin, is not less ~susceptible to the power of the keys, 37 Suppl, 72| active virtue, is not as susceptible as ~the other elements to 38 Suppl, 79| and ~consequently "not susceptible to impressions from without" [* 39 Suppl, 93| subject, because some are more susceptible to one, ~and others to another.


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