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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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altered

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | not as if He Himself were altered ~through present, past and 2 1, 23 | divine predestination was altered through ~prayer. This is 3 1, 59 | angels; for sin has not altered their nature. ~Therefore 4 1, 60 | angels; for sin has not altered their nature. ~Therefore 5 1, 78 | or whatever way he ~be altered or moved. Thirdly, in a 6 1, 81 | what alters moves what is altered, and what impels moves what ~ 7 2, 31 | being passive or in being altered, as ~stated in Phys. vii, 8 2, 52 | more hot, is said ~to be altered. But in habits there is 9 2, 52 | shape, it is not said to be altered, but to be made. But other ~ 10 2, 4 | accidents cannot ~be altered." Now faith is an accident. 11 2, 77 | omission, since one is ~not altered by not doing a thing, no 12 3, 12 | alterative ~is not itself altered. Now Christ is established 13 3, 13 | spirits the whole body is altered. But the other corporeal 14 3, 77 | and impassible body to be altered so as to receive these ~ 15 3, 77 | of the bread or wine be altered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 16 3, 77 | the bread and wine are so altered as to be incompatible with ~ 17 3, 83 | order of the sacrifice be ~altered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 18 Suppl, 17| negative. Later in life he altered his opinion. Cf. TP, ~Q[ 19 Suppl, 18| negative. Later in life he altered his opinion. Cf. TP, Q[62], 20 Suppl, 18| negative. Later in life he altered his ~opinion. Cf. TP, Q[ 21 Suppl, 18| negative. ~Later in life he altered his opinion. Cf. TP, Q[62], 22 Suppl, 48| which ~comes first is not altered by what comes after, but 23 Suppl, 78| the individual will not be altered at the resurrection. ~Therefore 24 Suppl, 79| naturally ~adapted to be altered by an active principle, 25 Suppl, 79| naturally adapted to be altered only with a spiritual alteration ~ 26 Suppl, 79| does not follow that it is altered naturally. For instance 27 Suppl, 79| in this way alone is it ~altered: whereas, on the contrary, 28 Suppl, 79| contrary, inanimate bodies are altered by ~sensible qualities only 29 Suppl, 79| less does it require to be ~altered in order to perceive its 30 Suppl, 79| the less is the organ ~altered. Hence it is that a stronger 31 Suppl, 82| possible for the quantity to be altered at the soul's bidding ~without 32 Suppl, 83| impossible for a body to be altered by its natural ~quality, 33 Suppl, 88| for the universe to be altered; because whatever is altered 34 Suppl, 88| altered; because whatever is altered argues some ~alterant that 35 Suppl, 88| some ~alterant that is not altered, which nevertheless is a 36 Suppl, 88| them. Therefore if they be altered to another disposition, 37 Suppl, 88| world. Therefore it will be ~altered for the better. But this


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