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non-contained 2
non-continuous 10
non-deficient 2
non-existence 34
non-existent 3
non-existing 6
non-fulfilment 2
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34 justify
34 maker
34 mingling
34 non-existence
34 not-being
34 omit
34 persecution
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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non-existence

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | desirable; whereas to some non-existence is desirable; for it ~is 2 1, 5 | that "goodness extends ~to non-existence" (Div. Nom. v).~Aquin.: 3 1, 5 | cause ~them - if, indeed, by non-existence we understand not simply 4 1, 9 | reducible from existence ~to non-existence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[9] A[2] 5 1, 9 | itself there is no power to non-existence; and so these kinds ~of 6 1, 9 | power is their existence and non-existence. Hence since God is in none 7 1, 10 | since the existence and non-existence of an angel considered absolutely 8 1, 21 | change of creatures from ~non-existence to existence.~ 9 1, 27 | generation is change from non-existence to existence, and is opposed ~ 10 1, 27 | nothing but change from non-existence to existence. ~In another 11 1, 45 | is now and its previous non-existence. ~But if the negation includes 12 1, 46 | results from a form, and to ~non-existence, which results from privation 13 1, 48 | and even more distant from non-existence." Therefore evil ~is not 14 1, 50 | because God can reduce it to non-existence, by withdrawing His act 15 1, 61 | his existence after his non-existence, and which is ~also the 16 1, 75 | creature a potentiality to ~non-existence, but in the Creator the 17 1, 75 | in it a ~potentiality to non-existence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 18 1, 77 | existence in a subject, and non-existence in a subject. In this sense, ~ 19 1, 46 | is now and its previous non-existence. ~But if the negation includes 20 1, 47 | results from a form, and to ~non-existence, which results from privation 21 1, 49 | and even more distant from non-existence." Therefore evil ~is not 22 1, 51 | because God can reduce it to non-existence, by withdrawing His act 23 1, 62 | his existence after his non-existence, and which is ~also the 24 1, 74 | creature a potentiality to ~non-existence, but in the Creator the 25 1, 74 | in it a ~potentiality to non-existence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 26 1, 76 | existence in a subject, and non-existence in a subject. In this sense, ~ 27 1, 103 | of anything tending to ~non-existence." But He would be such a 28 1, 103 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Non-existence has no direct cause; for 29 1, 103 | cause a thing to tend ~to non-existence, whereas a creature has 30 1, 103 | things being reduced to non-existence, by withdrawing His action ~ 31 1, 103 | have no potentiality to ~non-existence; or they are material, and 32 1, 103 | existence from a state of ~non-existence, clearly shows the power 33 2, 109 | itself it can fall ~into non-existence, unless it is upheld by 34 Suppl, 95| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Non-existence is eligible, not in itself,


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