Part, Question
1 1, 3  neither ~composition of quantitative parts in God, since He is
2 1, 7  terminated, is a kind ~of quantitative form. Hence the infinite
3 1, 76  indifferent relationship to a ~quantitative whole and its parts; as
4 1, 76  is divided. So therefore quantitative ~totality cannot be attributed
5 1, 76  distinguish. If we ~mean quantitative totality which whiteness
6 1, 76  however, the soul has not quantitative totality, neither ~essentially,
7 1, 75  indifferent relationship to a ~quantitative whole and its parts; as
8 1, 75  is divided. So therefore quantitative ~totality cannot be attributed
9 1, 75  distinguish. If we ~mean quantitative totality which whiteness
10 1, 75  however, the soul has not quantitative totality, neither ~essentially,
11 3, 2  anything after the manner of quantitative parts, as the ~members make
12 3, 77  they have ~composition of quantitative parts.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[
13 3, 77  contradicts our senses; because a ~quantitative body is seen in this sacrament,
14 3, 90  is twofold, essential and quantitative. The ~essential parts are
15 3, 90  is on the part of matter, quantitative parts are parts of ~matter:
16 Suppl, 13 satis" [enough] denotes quantitative equality; but he can, if
17 Suppl, 49 refer ~to the passion's quantitative intensity, but to its proportion
