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corporally 8
corporeal 1151
corporeally 17
corporeity 16
corpse 10
corpses 5
corpus 2
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16 consumes
16 container
16 contend
16 corporeity
16 correcting
16 cruel
16 deal
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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corporeity

   Part, Question
1 1, 66 | bodies have the same form, ~corporeity. Therefore all bodies have 2 1, 66 | of form. And, indeed, ~if corporeity were one form in itself, 3 1, 66 | be true; for this form of corporeity would inhere in matter ~ 4 1, 66 | included in the one notion of corporeity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 5 1, 66 | Reply OBJ 3: The form of corporeity is not one and the same 6 1, 76 | understood to exist before corporeity; and thus ~dispositions 7 1, 76 | accidents consequent to the ~corporeity which belongs to the whole 8 1, 67 | bodies have the same form, ~corporeity. Therefore all bodies have 9 1, 67 | of form. And, indeed, ~if corporeity were one form in itself, 10 1, 67 | be true; for this form of corporeity would inhere in matter ~ 11 1, 67 | included in the one notion of corporeity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 12 1, 67 | Reply OBJ 3: The form of corporeity is not one and the same 13 1, 75 | understood to exist before corporeity; and thus ~dispositions 14 1, 75 | accidents consequent to the ~corporeity which belongs to the whole 15 Suppl, 81| except one deprive it of its corporeity, by reason of which it ~ 16 Suppl, 81| body will never lose its corporeity, and ~therefore it will


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