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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | of all substances, as the Commentator shows (Metaph. x). ~Therefore 2 1, 4 | because He lacks not (says the Commentator, ~Metaph. v) any excellence 3 1, 19 | some other power, as the Commentator [*Averroes] says in ~Phys. 4 1, 54 | Anima iii) and from his ~Commentator [*Averroes, A.D. 1126-1198]. 5 1, 54 | A[5] Body Para. 2/3~The Commentator (Metaph. xii) says the same 6 1, 76 | A[1] Body Para. 3/8~The Commentator held that this union is 7 1, 55 | Anima iii) and from his ~Commentator [*Averroes, A.D. 1126-1198]. 8 1, 55 | A[5] Body Para. 2/3~The Commentator (Metaph. xii) says the same 9 1, 75 | A[1] Body Para. 3/8~The Commentator held that this union is 10 1, 78 | actually luminous, as the Commentator says on De ~Anima ii. And 11 1, 86 | likenesses thereof. ~Hence the Commentator says (De Anima iii) that 12 1, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the Commentator says (Metaph. ii) that " 13 1, 87 | 4: This argument of the Commentator fails in several ways. ~ 14 2, 49 | when necessary." And the Commentator says ~(De Anima iii) that " 15 2, 50 | in the body. For, as the ~Commentator says (De Anima iii), "a 16 2, 50 | the angels. For ~Maximus, commentator of Dionysius (Coel. Hier. 17 2, 51 | use when we will," as the Commentator says on De Anima iii. ~Therefore 18 2, 169 | act when we will," as ~the Commentator [*Averroes or Ibn Roshd, 19 3, 32 | soul are active, as the ~Commentator says (De Anima ii). But 20 Suppl, 65| said to be natural, as the ~Commentator states (De Coelo et Mundo 21 Suppl, 72| begotten of seed, as the Commentator says on Phys. viii. Now 22 Suppl, 76| yet remain. ~Now, as the Commentator observes on the First Book 23 Suppl, 76| 1), and ~again from the Commentator (De Anima ii). But if a 24 Suppl, 81| the ~Philosopher's, as the Commentator thereon observes. They say 25 Suppl, 81| 5~But this reply, as the Commentator observes, proceeds from 26 Suppl, 81| Philosopher's argument, as the ~Commentator explains, we must take the 27 Suppl, 88| spiritual substance, as the Commentator says on De Coelo et Mundo; 28 Suppl, 89| the Intelligence, as the Commentator attests (De Anima iii). 29 Suppl, 89| iii.) as indicated by the Commentator (De Anima ~iii). But when 30 Suppl, 89| various forms. Hence also the Commentator (De Anima ~iii.) compares 31 Suppl, 89| 1/1~OBJ 11: Further, the Commentator says (De Anima iii), that "


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