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formeth 2
forming 30
formless 99
formlessness 64
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formula 1
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64 designated
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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formlessness

   Part, Question
1 1, 66| of inquiry:~(1) Whether formlessness of created matter preceded 2 1, 66| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether formlessness of created matter preceded 3 1, 66| OBJ 1: It would seem that formlessness of matter preceded in time 4 1, 66| which is understood the formlessness of matter, as Augustine 5 1, 66| in the working of nature ~formlessness precedes form in time. It 6 1, 66| opposed to ~distinction, as formlessness to form. It, therefore, 7 1, 66| to form. It, therefore, formlessness ~preceded in time the formation 8 1, 66| 15), believes that the formlessness of matter ~was not prior 9 1, 66| ii In Gen.), hold that formlessness of ~matter preceded in time 10 1, 66| for Augustine ~takes the formlessness of matter in a different 11 1, 66| we cannot say that the formlessness of matter was prior in time 12 1, 66| distinct forms. And so, if the ~formlessness of matter be taken as referring 13 1, 66| itself is formless, this formlessness did not precede in ~time 14 1, 66| holy writers understand by formlessness, ~not the exclusion of all 15 1, 66| Accordingly ~they say that the formlessness of corporeal matter preceded 16 1, 66| heaven and the ~earth, the formlessness of the heaven is indicated 17 1, 66| included under ~heaven; and the formlessness of the earth, by the words, " 18 1, 66| precede ~act in time, and formlessness precede form. But God produces 19 1, 66| according to some holy writers, formlessness was prior in time to the ~ 20 1, 66| vii.], by supposing that formlessness, ~signified by darkness, 21 1, 66| writers, who hold that ~the formlessness of matter preceded by duration 22 1, 67| made of several kinds of formlessness, in regard to the ~corporeal 23 1, 67| for two reasons, that the ~formlessness of darkness should be removed 24 1, 67| those who hold that the ~formlessness of matter preceded its form 25 1, 67| xii; Gen. ad lit. 1,15), ~formlessness did not precede forms in 26 1, 68| according to those who hold that formlessness of matter preceded ~in time 27 1, 69| water." ~Not that this formlessness preceded formation, in time, 28 1, 69| which is meant that the ~formlessness of matter precedes its formation, 29 1, 69| they do not hold that the formlessness of ~matter implies the total 30 1, 69| rather they understand by formlessness the ~want of due distinction 31 1, 69| mentions three kinds of formlessness. Heaven, the highest ~of 32 1, 69| the source of light. The formlessness of water, which holds the 33 1, 67| of inquiry:~(1) Whether formlessness of created matter preceded 34 1, 67| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether formlessness of created matter preceded 35 1, 67| OBJ 1: It would seem that formlessness of matter preceded in time 36 1, 67| which is understood the formlessness of matter, as Augustine 37 1, 67| in the working of nature ~formlessness precedes form in time. It 38 1, 67| opposed to ~distinction, as formlessness to form. It, therefore, 39 1, 67| to form. It, therefore, formlessness ~preceded in time the formation 40 1, 67| 15), believes that the formlessness of matter ~was not prior 41 1, 67| ii In Gen.), hold that formlessness of ~matter preceded in time 42 1, 67| for Augustine ~takes the formlessness of matter in a different 43 1, 67| we cannot say that the formlessness of matter was prior in time 44 1, 67| distinct forms. And so, if the ~formlessness of matter be taken as referring 45 1, 67| itself is formless, this formlessness did not precede in ~time 46 1, 67| holy writers understand by formlessness, ~not the exclusion of all 47 1, 67| Accordingly ~they say that the formlessness of corporeal matter preceded 48 1, 67| heaven and the ~earth, the formlessness of the heaven is indicated 49 1, 67| included under ~heaven; and the formlessness of the earth, by the words, " 50 1, 67| precede ~act in time, and formlessness precede form. But God produces 51 1, 67| according to some holy writers, formlessness was prior in time to the ~ 52 1, 67| vii.], by supposing that formlessness, ~signified by darkness, 53 1, 67| writers, who hold that ~the formlessness of matter preceded by duration 54 1, 68| made of several kinds of formlessness, in regard to the ~corporeal 55 1, 68| for two reasons, that the ~formlessness of darkness should be removed 56 1, 68| those who hold that the ~formlessness of matter preceded its form 57 1, 68| xii; Gen. ad lit. 1,15), ~formlessness did not precede forms in 58 1, 69| according to those who hold that formlessness of matter preceded ~in time 59 1, 70| water." ~Not that this formlessness preceded formation, in time, 60 1, 70| which is meant that the ~formlessness of matter precedes its formation, 61 1, 70| they do not hold that the formlessness of ~matter implies the total 62 1, 70| rather they understand by formlessness the ~want of due distinction 63 1, 70| mentions three kinds of formlessness. Heaven, the highest ~of 64 1, 70| the source of light. The formlessness of water, which holds the


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