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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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self-subsisting

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1 1, 3 | received in matter, but is self-subsisting, is individualized precisely ~ 2 1, 4 | but if this heat were ~self-subsisting, nothing of the virtue of 3 1, 7 | that the being of God is self-subsisting, not ~received in any other, 4 1, 7 | there such a thing as a self-subsisting whiteness, the very ~fact 5 1, 7 | received into matter, but are self-subsisting, as some think is ~the case 6 1, 13| unable to ~understand simple self-subsisting forms as they really are, 7 1, 14| supremely belongs to God to be self-subsisting. Hence according to this ~ 8 1, 27| the divine ~existence is self-subsisting (Q[3], A[4]), it follows 9 1, 28| is supremely absolute and self-subsisting ~(Q[3], A[4]). Therefore 10 1, 29| that He is the supreme self-subsisting being, and the most perfectly ~ 11 1, 30| things - that is, something ~self-subsisting, as distinct from others. 12 1, 40| Son; not that it is one self-subsisting ~person; but that as there 13 1, 44| that God is the essentially self-subsisting ~Being; and also it was 14 1, 44| one; as, if whiteness were self-subsisting, it would be one, since ~ 15 1, 44| says (Div. ~Nom. v) that self-subsisting being is before self-subsisting 16 1, 44| self-subsisting being is before self-subsisting life, and ~before self-subsisting 17 1, 44| self-subsisting life, and ~before self-subsisting wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 18 1, 44| themselves; but not any self-subsisting things, as ~the ancients 19 1, 45| properly speaking is a thing self-subsisting; ~and in such are the three 20 1, 56| inherent in something else, or self-subsisting; because ~heat would give 21 1, 56| none the less if it were self-subsisting, than ~it does by inhering 22 1, 62| because no beatitude is self-subsisting, except the uncreated ~beatitude.~ 23 1, 65| to be referred, not to ~self-subsisting forms of the same type, 24 1, 40| Son; not that it is one self-subsisting ~person; but that as there 25 1, 45| that God is the essentially self-subsisting ~Being; and also it was 26 1, 45| one; as, if whiteness were self-subsisting, it would be one, since ~ 27 1, 45| says (Div. ~Nom. v) that self-subsisting being is before self-subsisting 28 1, 45| self-subsisting being is before self-subsisting life, and ~before self-subsisting 29 1, 45| self-subsisting life, and ~before self-subsisting wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 30 1, 45| themselves; but not any self-subsisting things, as ~the ancients 31 1, 46| properly speaking is a thing self-subsisting; ~and in such are the three 32 1, 57| inherent in something else, or self-subsisting; because ~heat would give 33 1, 57| none the less if it were self-subsisting, than ~it does by inhering 34 1, 63| because no beatitude is self-subsisting, except the uncreated ~beatitude.~ 35 1, 66| to be referred, not to ~self-subsisting forms of the same type, 36 3, 2 | Person ~is an uncreated and self-subsisting unity, not received into 37 3, 16| something complete and ~self-subsisting in rational nature, so a 38 3, 77| subject is corrupted; hence self-subsisting forms are incorruptible, ~


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