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continentem 1
continentia 2
contingencies 23
contingency 31
contingent 144
contingently 6
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31 commensurate
31 commentator
31 consenting
31 contingency
31 continued
31 continuity
31 cutting
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contingency

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | proposition. Hence its contingency or necessity has no reference 2 1, 14 | reference to the ~necessity or contingency of the proposition, or to 3 1, 22 | things so as to destroy their contingency.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 4 1, 22 | that they may happen by contingency, according to the nature 5 1, 22 | either by necessity or ~by contingency. Therefore whatsoever divine 6 1, 22 | and that ~happens from contingency, which the plan of divine 7 1, 22 | conceives ~to happen from contingency.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 8 1, 22 | from necessity or from contingency.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 9 1, 22 | both of necessity and of contingency falls under the foresight ~ 10 1, 23 | some things happening from contingency, ~according to the nature 11 1, 23 | predestination has its contingency. Moreover all that has been 12 1, 23 | since they do not destroy contingency in ~things, although they 13 1, 25 | cause that the effect has ~contingency or necessity, as was shown 14 1, 85 | Socrates move if he runs. ~Now contingency arises from matter, for 15 1, 85 | arises from matter, for contingency is a potentiality to ~be 16 1, 97 | he ~takes therein; whence contingency is praiseworthy, whereby 17 2, 58 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contingency, perseverance, and patience 18 2, 58 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Contingency and perseverance are not 19 2, 58 | conformable to ~reason. Contingency and perseverance are, however, 20 2, 58 | virtue. And for this reason, contingency, desisting from ~pleasures, 21 2, 70 | regards internal desires, by "contingency" and ~"chastity": whether 22 2, 70 | from ~unlawful desires, contingency also from lawful desires: 23 2, 70 | in the same virtue. Thus contingency of the married ~state is 24 2, 70 | the thirtyfold fruit; the contingency of ~widowhood, by the sixtyfold; 25 2, 70 | sixtyfold; and virginal contingency, by the hundredfold ~fruit. 26 2, 70 | drunkenness and revellings, contingency."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 27 2, 86 | the pretext of any human contingency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 28 2, 93 | appointed on a principle of contingency, so that the manner of their ~ 29 2, 118| but ~on some particular contingency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[120] A[ 30 2, 169| foreknowledge does not exclude the contingency of future singular ~events, 31 2, 169| unchangeable truth exclude the contingency of future things.~Aquin.:


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