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circular 36
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36 citizens
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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circular

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | indivisible in time and circular movement is both ~a beginning 2 1, 7 | circularly; forasmuch as circular motion requires that one 3 1, 7 | happen as regards an infinite circular body: for if two ~lines 4 1, 7 | tricubical magnitude, whether circular or triangular, and so on. 5 1, 22 | move corporeal things in a circular direction. The third providence, 6 1, 50 | bronze be deprived of its circular shape. Now to be ~belongs 7 1, 67 | are brought about by the circular movement ~of a luminous 8 1, 51 | bronze be deprived of its circular shape. Now to be ~belongs 9 1, 68 | are brought about by the circular movement ~of a luminous 10 1, 84 | indefinite length, and in a ~circular line, there is no point, 11 2, 26 | appetitive movement is circular," as stated in De Anima 12 2, 26 | on to other things by a circular movement so to speak; for 13 2, 32 | that there is a kind of circular ~movement in the actions 14 2, 162 | being appropriate to the circular movement that causes ~this 15 2, 177 | contemplation, namely, ~"straight," "circular," and "oblique" [*Cf. Q[ 16 2, 178 | into a ~threefold movement, circular, straight and oblique?~Aquin.: 17 2, 178 | into a threefold movement, "circular," "straight," and "oblique" ~( 18 2, 178 | Div. Nom. iv) that the "circular" movement in the ~angel 19 2, 178 | other hand, he assigns the circular movement of the soul to ~ 20 2, 178 | kinds; for there is the "circular" movement, by which a thing 21 2, 178 | simply uniform is compared to circular movement; the intelligible 22 2, 178 | Wherefore Dionysius assigns the "circular" movement of the angels 23 2, 178 | beginning nor end: even as a circular movement having neither 24 2, 178 | he mentions regarding the circular movement of the ~soul is " 25 2, 178 | composed of the straight and circular ~movements, inasmuch as 26 2, 178 | partly straight and partly circular, in so far as ~in reasoning 27 2, 178 | remote, the movement ~will be circular. The discoursing of reason 28 2, 178 | immobility belongs to the ~circular movement.~Aquin.: SMT SS 29 Suppl, 40| perfection, ~since it is circular; and those who are appointed 30 Suppl, 72| unreasonable for it to take a circular or a downward course, especially ~ 31 Suppl, 74| its end, for since it is circular, it is for this ~very reason 32 Suppl, 80| at a ~point. Now if two circular bodies were in the same 33 Suppl, 88| needs have some kind of circular movement. This ~consists 34 Suppl, 88| world, by reason of its circular movement. Therefore if the 35 Suppl, 88| movement. Therefore if the circular ~movement of the heaven 36 Suppl, 93| perfection, ~on account of its circular shape, so that for this


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