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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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heating

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | principle of operation; as heating by heat. Hence the intellectual ~ 2 1, 14 | heat is the principle of heating. Nevertheless, ~we must 3 1, 37 | say that fire ~warms by heating, although heating is not 4 1, 37 | warms by heating, although heating is not the heat which is 5 1, 56 | the formal principle of heating in the fire, so ~is the 6 1, 76 | else, as does the action of heating. Therefore the action of ~ 7 1, 76 | which the agent acts, as heating is according to the ~mode 8 1, 77 | or term; for the act of heating differs from the act of ~ 9 1, 37 | say that fire ~warms by heating, although heating is not 10 1, 37 | warms by heating, although heating is not the heat which is 11 1, 57 | the formal principle of heating in the fire, so ~is the 12 1, 75 | else, as does the action of heating. Therefore the action of ~ 13 1, 75 | which the agent acts, as heating is according to the ~mode 14 1, 76 | or term; for the act of heating differs from the act of ~ 15 1, 78 | water loses coolness by heating, and as when a man becomes 16 1, 87 | form and its subject, as heating to heat and fire. In both ~ 17 1, 104 | else tends to a form, as heating tends to the form of heat. 18 2, 1 | the movement. ~Wherefore heating, as an action, is nothing 19 2, 1 | proceeding from heat, while heating as a passion is nothing 20 2, 5 | could, ~enlightening and heating would go on to infinity. 21 2, 6 | other acts; for ~instance, heating from heat. Secondly, indirectly; 22 2, 9 | actions are ~specified, as heating by heat. Now the first formal 23 2, 46 | impetuous, through the ~heating of the bile. Hence the passage 24 2, 50 | of this; ~for in this way heating would be in the third species, 25 2, 51 | the active principle of ~heating. And in such an agent a 26 2, 72 | active principles: thus heating and cooling are specifically ~ 27 2, 83 | effect: thus ~heat is in the heating fire more than in the hot 28 2, 28 | things. For, though fire by ~heating, both liquefies and rarefies, 29 2, 121 | thus the end of fire in heating is to introduce ~the likeness 30 3, 19 | he makes use of fire for heating iron. But the operation 31 3, 34 | and light. The action of heating, however, is not terminated 32 3, 66 | it has the ~properties of heating and drying, which are contrary 33 Suppl, 17| said to have the power of heating, and in another, the power 34 Suppl, 70| perfecting it for the purpose of heating. ~Wherefore, just as a fire 35 Suppl, 72| the sun or ~by some lower heating cause, is of the same species 36 Suppl, 72| which we are used, since the heating power therein ~arises, not 37 Suppl, 82| the action of nature by heating and destroying ~the organ 38 Suppl, 89| heat is the principle of heating. Accordingly if our ~intellect


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