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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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virtual

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | quantity, it implies His virtual quantity; thus, ~by depth, 2 1, 42 | perfect in heat. Now this ~virtual quantity is measured firstly 3 1, 42 | better it is. Secondly, virtual quantity is ~measured by 4 1, 42 | through its form. Consequently virtual ~quantity is measured both 5 1, 42 | have equality in respect of virtual quantity, ~equality includes 6 1, 52 | angels, for theirs is a virtual one. Consequently an ~angel 7 1, 53 | angel is in ~a place only by virtual contact, as was said above ( 8 1, 53 | to an angel ~according to virtual contact; just as a divisible 9 1, 76 | with what is corporeal by ~virtual contact. But the virtue 10 1, 76 | potential, divided into virtual parts. The first kind of ~ 11 1, 76 | forms: and likewise the virtual totality, because a form 12 1, 77 | unchangeable, and is the virtual ~principle of these powers.~ 13 1, 42 | perfect in heat. Now this ~virtual quantity is measured firstly 14 1, 42 | better it is. Secondly, virtual quantity is ~measured by 15 1, 42 | through its form. Consequently virtual quantity is measured both 16 1, 42 | have equality in respect of virtual quantity, ~equality includes 17 1, 53 | angels, for theirs is a virtual one. Consequently an ~angel 18 1, 54 | angel is in ~a place only by virtual contact, as was said above ( 19 1, 54 | to an angel ~according to virtual contact; just as a divisible 20 1, 75 | with what is corporeal by ~virtual contact. But the virtue 21 1, 75 | potential, divided into virtual parts. The first kind of ~ 22 1, 75 | forms: and likewise the virtual totality, because a form 23 1, 76 | unchangeable, and is the virtual ~principle of these powers.~ 24 1, 104| likened to God by way of a virtual inclusion; or it is ~likened 25 1, 104| bodies touch each other; and virtual contact, as the cause of 26 1, 104| touched; but according ~to virtual contact He touches creatures 27 2, 23 | twofold, namely dimensive and ~virtual. The former does not befit 28 2, 23 | spiritual ~perfection, while virtual quantity regards the objects 29 2, 23 | to dimensive, but only to virtual ~quantity: and the latter 30 2, 23 | is in this way that the virtual quantity of charity increases.~ 31 2, 23 | may it be according to ~virtual quantity. Now increase in 32 2, 23 | charity which is ~according to virtual quantity is by addition.~ 33 2, 42 | principles as to their entire virtual extent has no ~need to have 34 3, 56 | places and times; and such virtual contact suffices for ~its 35 3, 87 | necessary to have a certain virtual displeasure, so that, for ~ 36 3, 87 | fervor of charity implies virtual displeasure at venial ~sins,


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