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incoming 1
incommensurate 2
incommunicability 1
incommunicable 24
incommutable 2
incomparably 5
incompatibility 1
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24 illuminated
24 imbeciles
24 including
24 incommunicable
24 indeterminate
24 indirect
24 infants
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incommunicable

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | false: "For men gave the ~incommunicable name to stones and wood" ( 2 1, 13| written: "They gave the incommunicable name to ~wood and stones" ( 3 1, 13| Therefore ~this name "God" is incommunicable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 4 1, 13| signify any singular thing is incommunicable both ~in reality and idea; 5 1, 13| that this name "God" is ~incommunicable in reality, but communicable 6 1, 13| name would be absolutely incommunicable; as, for instance, perhaps ~ 7 1, 13| our mind. And yet it is incommunicable according to the truth of ~ 8 1, 13| For this name "God" is an incommunicable name. But this name HE WHO ~ 9 1, 13| name HE WHO ~IS, is not an incommunicable name. Therefore this name 10 1, 13| substance of God itself, ~incommunicable and, if one may so speak, 11 1, 29| Person" in ~God is "the incommunicable existence of the divine 12 1, 29| individual - i.e. distinct and incommunicable ~substance - includes the 13 1, 30| common is the opposite to the incommunicable. But ~the very meaning of 14 1, 30| of person is that it is incommunicable; as appears from ~the definition 15 1, 30| person" contains the word ~"incommunicable." Others thought it to be 16 1, 30| OBJ 2: Although person is incommunicable, yet the mode itself of ~ 17 1, 30| yet the mode itself of ~incommunicable existence can be common 18 2, 92| or ~their kings, gave the incommunicable name [Vulg.: 'names']," 19 2, 95| that it is ~singular and incommunicable. Consequently to give divine 20 3, 3 | nature of a person to ~be incommunicable, as was said above (FP, 21 3, 3 | Divine Person is said to be incommunicable inasmuch as It ~cannot be 22 3, 16| is God." For God is an ~incommunicable name; hence (Wis. 13:10; 23 3, 16| the name of God, which is incommunicable, to wood and stones. ~Hence 24 3, 64| this, if such a power were incommunicable. Therefore Christ ~could


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