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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sphere

   Part, Question
1 1, 27 | wholly removed from the sphere of external actions; for ~ 2 1, 39 | adequate power of God in the sphere of causality, there is said 3 1, 50 | magnitude; for the entire sphere of things active and passive 4 1, 63 | which are above the lunar sphere, and calling by the name 5 1, 66 | does not shine in its own sphere. However, it seems more 6 1, 68 | of, calling it the ninth sphere, and the primary ~movable 7 1, 68 | fluids cannot rest on a ~sphere, as experience shows. Therefore, 8 1, 68 | since the firmament is a sphere, ~there cannot be water 9 1, 68 | spheres. One of these is the sphere of the fixed stars; the ~ 10 1, 39 | adequate power of God in the sphere of causality, there is said 11 1, 51 | magnitude; for the entire sphere of things active and passive 12 1, 64 | which are above the lunar sphere, and calling by the name 13 1, 67 | does not shine in its own sphere. However, it seems more 14 1, 69 | of, calling it the ninth sphere, and the primary ~movable 15 1, 69 | fluids cannot rest on a ~sphere, as experience shows. Therefore, 16 1, 69 | since the firmament is a sphere, ~there cannot be water 17 1, 69 | spheres. One of these is the sphere of the fixed stars; the ~ 18 1, 80 | appetite, as the higher sphere moves the lower." In this 19 1, 109 | preside immediately in the sphere of active and passive ~elements; 20 1, 113 | his power and outside his sphere of knowledge. For even a 21 2, 63 | matters, which constitute the sphere of virtue's ~action, and 22 2, 77 | the heavenly ~bodies, one sphere moves another." Therefore 23 2, 102 | his superior within the sphere of his ~authority; for instance 24 2, 102 | refers to matters ~within the sphere of a father's or master' 25 3, 40 | transformed the ~terrestrial sphere. For this reason did He 26 Suppl, 72| matter. Thirdly, because ~the sphere of fire is far removed from 27 Suppl, 72| fire which is in its own sphere will come down to ~cleanse 28 Suppl, 72| species as fire in its own ~sphere, except in so far as the 29 Suppl, 72| when it is outside its own ~sphere, it follows the site of 30 Suppl, 72| deluge did ~not reach to the sphere of fire. Therefore neither 31 Suppl, 72| cannot ~pierce the entire sphere of fire so as to reach its 32 Suppl, 88| a point compared with a sphere, ~as astronomers say. Since 33 Suppl, 94| as existing in its own sphere, and in a strange matter, 34 Suppl, 94| does not shine in its own sphere according to the philosophers: 35 Suppl, 94| punishment to be in a fiery sphere ~situated, according to


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