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blacken 3
blackened 3
blackening 6
blackness 20
blade 2
blame 60
blamed 42
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20 appearing
20 arrow
20 attaching
20 blackness
20 bless
20 blow
20 blows
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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blackness

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | flesh, these bones, this blackness or ~whiteness, etc., are 2 1, 9 | moved from whiteness to blackness, remains the same as ~to 3 1, 17 | determine the subject, for blackness is a species of color. Falsity ~ 4 1, 30 | signification alone. For blackness ~is excluded by whiteness; 5 1, 30 | signify the mere exclusion of blackness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 6 1, 67 | cold is ~opposed to heat, blackness to whiteness. But this is 7 1, 68 | cold is ~opposed to heat, blackness to whiteness. But this is 8 2, 18 | not be black or white; but blackness or whiteness ~is superadded 9 2, 35 | Because, just as whiteness and blackness are contrary species of 10 2, 35 | passions. But ~whiteness and blackness are universally contrary 11 2, 35 | Reply OBJ 1: Whiteness and blackness do not take their species 12 2, 67 | whiteness, and, at another, blackness. The reason is that genus 13 2, 113 | be greater or less, e.g. blackness or ~whiteness, is received 14 2, 23 | whiteness ensues, or so that ~blackness results. Secondly, on the 15 2, 182 | externally, ~such as whiteness or blackness or something of the kind. 16 3, 75 | whiteness never becomes blackness, as is stated in Phys. i. 17 3, 75 | there is potentiality to blackness, is the whole ~substance 18 3, 85 | just as whiteness removes blackness from the same subject: ~ 19 Suppl, 75| thing may be moved from blackness to whiteness and ~to pallor.~ 20 Suppl, 81| is the more distant from blackness, ~so a body resists a certain


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