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post-predicaments 1
postcommunion 6
poster 31
posterior 26
posteriori 1
posteriority 11
posterity 22
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26 permit
26 plant
26 possessor
26 posterior
26 precipitation
26 promulgation
26 pronouncing
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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posterior

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | because every composite is posterior to its component ~parts, 2 1, 3 | potentiality is absolutely ~posterior to actuality, as is clear 3 1, 3 | that which participates is posterior to that which is essential, 4 1, 3 | fire in ignited objects is ~posterior to fire that is essentially 5 1, 9 | absolutely, potentiality is posterior to act. Now everything which 6 1, 14 | Metaph. x). But what is posterior and ~measured cannot be 7 1, 39 | appropriated. Thus color is ~posterior to body considered as body, 8 1, 42 | from a ~principle to be posterior to its principle may be 9 1, 42 | intellectual word not ~being posterior to its source except in 10 1, 46 | since what is prior and posterior in duration constitutes 11 1, 76 | the contrary, Accident is posterior to substance, both in the 12 1, 39 | appropriated. Thus color is ~posterior to body considered as body, 13 1, 42 | from a ~principle to be posterior to its principle may be 14 1, 42 | intellectual word not ~being posterior to its source except in 15 1, 47 | since what is prior and posterior in duration constitutes 16 1, 75 | the contrary, Accident is posterior to substance, both in the 17 2, 3 | and at the end ~of the Posterior Analytics (ii, 15). Wherefore 18 2, 49 | act, it follows that it is posterior to power. And so habit ~ 19 2, 50 | to ~operation, which is posterior, since nature is the principle 20 2, 50 | operation. Wherefore it is posterior to power. ~Or, we may say 21 2, 51 | Philosopher at the end of the ~Posterior Analytics shows that knowledge 22 2, 110 | understood without what is posterior. Hence it follows ~that 23 2, 111 | effect. And as one effect is ~posterior to this effect, and prior 24 3, 1 | is prior in time though posterior in nature. And thus the 25 3, 6 | that is assumed ~which is posterior in nature. Now a thing is 26 Suppl, 44| defined ~from things that are posterior simply, but prior to us;


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