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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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supposes

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | presupposes nature, and perfection supposes something that can ~be perfected. 2 1, 3 | bodies. But something which ~supposes posture is said of God in 3 1, 20 | applies also to anger, which supposes ~sorrow. Certain other passions, 4 1, 27 | since procession ~always supposes action, and as there is 5 1, 33 | unbegotten. For every property supposes something in that of which 6 1, 33 | property. But "unbegotten" supposes nothing in the Father; it 7 1, 50 | the ~Fount of Life. For he supposes that whatever things are 8 1, 68 | celestial bodies, as Basil supposes (Hom. iii in Hexaem.). And 9 1, 69 | ad lit. i, 12). The first supposes that the ~waters are heaped 10 1, 51 | the ~Fount of Life. For he supposes that whatever things are 11 1, 69 | celestial bodies, as Basil supposes (Hom. iii in Hexaem.). And 12 1, 70 | ad lit. i, 12). The first supposes that the ~waters are heaped 13 1, 89 | another reason; because he supposes that the body of man, during 14 2, 86 | the reason that every vow supposes as a condition that ~the 15 2, 86 | e.g. of a slave or a son, supposes this condition, if ~"the 16 3, 72 | Confirmation, of necessity supposes the ~baptismal character: 17 Suppl, 51| knowledge, while ~error supposes a wrong judgment of reason 18 Suppl, 80| begs the question. For it supposes the existence, ~between 19 Suppl, 80| Reply OBJ 1: This argument supposes that a glorified body is 20 Suppl, 95| Arb. iii, 8): "Preference ~supposes election." But "not to be"


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