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immanent 7
immaterial 233
immateriality 18
immaterially 22
immeasurable 5
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22 homogeneous
22 immaterially
22 immutability
22 indisposition
22 individualized
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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immaterially

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | He knows material things immaterially, and composite things ~simply, 2 1, 34 | show that He is begotten immaterially, He is called the Word. ~ 3 1, 55 | from bodies, and ~subsist immaterially and in their own intelligible 4 1, 58 | immovably, and material things immaterially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 5 1, 65 | from, and formed by, forms immaterially ~subsisting, by a kind of 6 1, 76 | individually, but rather immaterially and universally: otherwise 7 1, 56 | from bodies, and ~subsist immaterially and in their own intelligible 8 1, 59 | immovably, and material things immaterially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 9 1, 66 | from, and formed by, forms immaterially ~subsisting, by a kind of 10 1, 75 | individually, but rather immaterially and universally: otherwise 11 1, 78 | to ~be received into it immaterially. Now a form is intelligible 12 1, 83 | of things known subsist immaterially. ~While the earlier natural 13 1, 83 | knower, not materially, but immaterially. The reason of this is, ~ 14 1, 83 | Anima ~ii, 12). But the more immaterially a thing receives the form 15 1, 83 | have ~all things in itself immaterially; thus the early philosophers 16 1, 83 | Essence comprise all things immaterially as effects ~pre-exist virtually 17 1, 83 | without matter, pre-exist immaterially in the separate ~intellects: 18 1, 84 | the thing understood is immaterially in the ~one who understands, 19 1, 85 | understood otherwise than ~immaterially. Therefore if there be an 20 1, 85 | directly, the intellect knows ~immaterially and in the abstract, which 21 3, 10 | received by the intellect ~immaterially, and many things unitedly, 22 Suppl, 89| senses, it thinks of them immaterially. In ~like manner whatever


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