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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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greeks

   Part, Question
1 1, 29 | De Duab. Nat.) that "the ~Greeks called the individual substance 2 1, 29 | substance is called by the Greeks {ousia}, what we ~may call " 3 1, 29 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Among the Greeks the term "hypostasis," taken 4 1, 29 | three ~subsistences," so the Greeks say "three hypostases." 5 1, 29 | persons" or masks the Greeks called {prosopa}, as they 6 1, 30 | substance thus ~understood, the Greeks use the name "hypostasis." 7 1, 33 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Greeks use the words "cause" and " 8 1, 33 | It is the custom with the Greeks to say that the Son and ~ 9 1, 36 | Para. 4/4~Hence also the Greeks themselves recognize that 10 1, 39 | plurality of "supposita" the Greeks said "three ~hypostases," 11 1, 39 | plurality of "supposita" the Greeks said "three ~hypostases," 12 2, 22 | of the soul, which the Greeks called {pathe}, are styled 13 2, 22 | Those things which the Greeks call {pathe}, we prefer ~ 14 2, 24 | Those things which the ~Greeks call {pathe}, we prefer 15 2, 46 | irascibility] is what the Greeks call {thymosis}, and is ~ 16 2, 10 | gentiles and disputed with the Greeks."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 17 2, 92 | be worshiped. Among the ~Greeks, as related by Isidore ( 18 2, 99 | worship of God, which the Greeks designate by the ~term { 19 3, 60 | change: whereas with the Greeks ~the sense is changed also 20 3, 60 | Holy Ghost"; whereas the Greeks use the following form: " 21 3, 66 | 5] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~The Greeks, however, do not attribute 22 3, 66 | either as we do, or as the Greeks do, the sacrament is not ~ 23 3, 67 | Ghost," under which form the Greeks ~receive the sacrament of 24 3, 74 | bread in a church of the Greeks ~would also sin, as perverting 25 3, 74 | However, this custom of the Greeks is not unreasonable both 26 3, 80 | to them. Although certain Greeks do the ~contrary, because 27 3, 83 | take it once a year, as the Greeks have the custom in the east? ~ 28 Suppl, 53| the ~Latins as with the Greeks; since with the Greeks it 29 Suppl, 53| the Greeks; since with the Greeks it is an impediment to ~ 30 Suppl, 53| ordained. Hence among the ~Greeks and other Eastern peoples 31 Suppl, 53| 4: As stated, among the Greeks the wife, by the very fact


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