Part, Question
1 1, 5  4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Mathematical entities do not subsist
2 1, 7  4~The same applies to a mathematical body. For if we imagine
3 1, 7  body. For if we imagine a ~mathematical body actually existing,
4 1, 68  thereby differing from a ~mathematical body" as is remarked by
5 1, 69  thereby differing from a ~mathematical body" as is remarked by
6 1, 84  85] A[1] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~Mathematical species, however, can be
7 2, 1  multiplied to ~infinity: thus mathematical quantities have no limit.
8 2, 9  about physical matter from mathematical principles, are reckoned
9 2, 9  reckoned rather ~among the mathematical sciences, though, as to
10 2, 75  things is not fixed with ~mathematical precision, but depends on
11 3, 7  Reply OBJ 1: If we speak of mathematical quantity, addition can be
12 3, 46  passions, not according to mathematical quantity, but according
13 3, 77  from matter seems to be mathematical ~quantity, which is not
14 3, 77  4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Mathematical quantity abstracts not from
15 3, 77  without a subject, is not mathematical quantity.~Aquin.: SMT TP
16 Suppl, 80 considers it impossible for a mathematical body, which is nothing but ~
17 Suppl, 80 applies to surfaces and mathematical bodies. And since matter
18 Suppl, 80 case ~we are considering a mathematical line, which is understood
19 Suppl, 81 The same ~applies to mathematical quantities: for instance
