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composite 168
composites 6
composition 165
compound 33
compounded 9
compounder 1
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33 caution
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33 daniel
33 dare
33 deceit
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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compound

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | But a form is part of a compound. Therefore God is part of 2 1, 3 | Therefore God is part of some ~compound.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[8] 3 1, 3 | God cannot be part of a compound. Thirdly, ~because no part 4 1, 3 | Thirdly, ~because no part of a compound can be absolutely primal 5 1, 3 | the primal parts of every ~compound. For matter is merely potential; 6 1, 3 | form which is part of a compound is a participated form; 7 1, 3 | form that is part ~of a compound.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[8] 8 1, 6 | addition to anything else is a compound thing: ~therefore the supreme 9 1, 6 | therefore the supreme good is a compound. But God is supremely simple; 10 1, 10| simple things by way of ~compound things, so must we reach 11 1, 10| which first ~apprehends compound things, cannot attain to 12 1, 11| being is either simple ~or compound. But what is simple is undivided, 13 1, 11| potentially. Whereas what is compound, has not being whilst its 14 1, 11| apprehend simple things by compound things; and hence we define 15 1, 11| substance of ~some things is compound and of others simple.~ 16 1, 13| perfect and subsistent is compound; whereas their form is not 17 1, 13| meaning as applicable to compound things; whereas names ~given 18 1, 13| subsistences only by way of ~compound things, so we can understand 19 1, 13| has a natural affinity to ~compound and temporal things. But 20 1, 13| we understand ~them as compound things having forms in matter; 21 1, 13| to signify the nature of compound things ~as to names given 22 1, 13| understands something as compound, it follows that a true 23 1, 13| but it apprehends them as compound things ~in which there is 24 1, 14| contingent, because it is a ~compound of necessary and contingent; 25 1, 62| angel. The angel is not ~a compound of different natures, so 26 1, 63| angel. The angel is not ~a compound of different natures, so 27 1, 89| differ must in some way be ~compound; since they differ in something, 28 2, 18| of human being requires a compound of soul and ~body, having 29 2, 45| the object of daring is a ~compound of good and evil; and the 30 2, 67| denotes the whole, i.e. the compound of matter and form in material ~ 31 3, 66| artificially with a body that the compound is something ~other than 32 3, 72| Spirit." Consequently a compound matter is appropriate to 33 3, 90| simple, as water or oil, or compound, as chrism, and so parts


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