Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
exigency 5
exile 15
exiled 1
exist 665
existed 125
existence 688
existent 4
Frequency    [«  »]
669 too
668 religious
667 latter
665 exist
664 consent
661 baptized
661 remain
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

exist

1-500 | 501-665

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | grants that truth does not exist: and, if ~truth does not 2 1, 2 | and, if ~truth does not exist, then the proposition "Truth 3 1, 2 | proposition "Truth does not exist" is ~true: and if there 4 1, 2 | who hold that God does not exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[1] 5 1, 2 | seems that God does not exist; because if one of two ~ 6 1, 2 | Therefore God does not exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[3] 7 1, 2 | supposing God did not exist. For all natural things 8 1, 2 | impossible for these always to ~exist, for that which is possible 9 1, 2 | because that which does not exist ~only begins to exist by 10 1, 2 | not exist ~only begins to exist by something already existing. 11 1, 2 | anything ~to have begun to exist; and thus even now nothing 12 1, 2 | possible, but there must exist something the existence 13 1, 2 | would not allow any evil to exist in His works, unless ~His 14 1, 2 | He should allow ~evil to exist, and out of it produce good.~ 15 1, 3 | impossible that matter should exist in God. First, ~because 16 1, 3 | essence. Now no difference can exist distinct from being; for ~ 17 1, 3 | Further, whatever things exist, in no way differing from 18 1, 3 | But God and primary matter exist, and in no way ~differ from 19 1, 4 | because living things also exist and ~intelligent things 20 1, 4 | intelligent things both exist and live. Although therefore 21 1, 5 | that, ~"inasmuch as we exist we are good."~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 5 | those things ~which do not exist, but those which are potential, 23 1, 5 | mathematics ~goodness does not exist." But mathematics are entities; 24 1, 5 | Christ. i, 31) that "we exist ~because God is good." But 25 1, 5 | object. Thus the saying, "we exist because God is good" has 26 1, 5 | good; where they do ~not exist at all, there can be nothing 27 1, 7 | an infinite multitude can exist?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[1] 28 1, 7 | very ~fact that it did not exist in anything else, would 29 1, 7 | Primary matter does not exist by itself in nature, since 30 1, 7 | actually infinite magnitude can exist?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[3] 31 1, 7 | possible in any species cannot exist in the genus; hence there ~ 32 1, 7 | an infinite multitude can exist?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4] 33 1, 7 | infinite ~multitude actually to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4] 34 1, 7 | a multitude of things to exist, there can still be ~many 35 1, 7 | actually ~infinite multitude to exist absolutely; but that an 36 1, 7 | necessary that something may ~exist. Now this is impossible; 37 1, 7 | actually infinite ~multitude to exist, even accidentally. But 38 1, 7 | actually infinite multitude to exist.~ 39 1, 8 | action or ~movement cannot exist in different times; therefore 40 1, 8 | its species it is found to exist in every part of the ~surface. 41 1, 8 | infinite, no place would exist outside ~of it, and so it 42 1, 8 | supposed besides what already ~exist, it would be necessary that 43 1, 8 | of them; for ~nothing can exist except by Him. Therefore 44 1, 8 | of places be supposed to exist, God must be in all of them, 45 1, 8 | accident, does not, of itself, exist ~in place, but accidentally; 46 1, 8 | because to live and to exist do not import an act ~passing 47 1, 9 | things; for nothing can ~exist which does not proceed from 48 1, 9 | Creator's power when they exist in ~themselves to bring 49 1, 9 | inasmuch as their matter can exist with ~privation of their 50 1, 9 | this subject "man" can exist with "not-whiteness" and 51 1, 10 | together, nor can many times exist all at ~once. But in eternity, 52 1, 10 | thing were conceived to exist for ever, as the ~movement 53 1, 10 | way ~of never ceasing to exist; in that sense it is said 54 1, 10 | Word, no changing thoughts exist in the Saints," as ~Augustine 55 1, 10 | hell true eternity does not exist, but rather time; according 56 1, 10 | measures of duration cannot exist together, unless one is 57 1, 10 | after" of duration cannot exist together, if aeviternity 58 1, 10 | duration, for some begin to exist after others; as ~appears 59 1, 11 | therefore that many Gods should exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 60 1, 11 | impossible for many gods to exist. Hence also the ~ancient 61 1, 11 | world. For all things that ~exist are seen to be ordered to 62 1, 12 | existing as if He did not exist ~at all, but because He 63 1, 12 | naturally knows ~natures which exist only in individual matter; 64 1, 12 | desire to know things that exist not as yet, but ~which God 65 1, 13 | divided in others should exist in Him simply and unitedly. 66 1, 13 | goodness, but that these exist in Him in a more excellent 67 1, 13 | simultaneous in nature, ~one can exist without the other; as a 68 1, 13 | as a thing knowable can exist without ~the knowledge of 69 1, 14 | flowing from God to creatures exist in ~a higher state in God 70 1, 14 | divine knowledge does not exist in God after the mode of ~ 71 1, 14 | and to all things which exist in any time, as to objects ~ 72 1, 14 | divided among inferior beings, exist simply and ~unitedly in 73 1, 14 | invariable manner; while ~they exist variably in themselves. 74 1, 15 | Q[46], A[1]), there must exist in the divine mind a form 75 1, 15 | images. ~Hence many ideas exist in the divine mind, as things 76 1, 15 | multiplying ideas do not exist in created things, ~but 77 1, 15 | matter in itself can neither exist, nor be ~known.~Aquin.: 78 1, 15 | exemplar"; for genus cannot exist except in ~some species. 79 1, 16 | say ~that such a truth did exist, except by reason of the 80 1, 16 | that truth ~did not then exist: and this is true only by 81 1, 16 | to say that truth did not exist, in so far as we apprehend 82 1, 17 | appears that falsity does not exist in things. For Augustine ~ 83 1, 17 | Further, the true is said to exist in things by conformity 84 1, 17 | likeness of a thing can exist in ~the senses in three 85 1, 17 | But falsity is said to exist in any knowledge in ~so 86 1, 17 | Therefore falsity does not exist in ~the intellect.~Aquin.: 87 1, 17 | Therefore truth and falsehood exist ~in the intellect.~Aquin.: 88 1, 17 | A[2]), that falsity can exist in ~the intellect not only 89 1, 17 | sense falsity does not ~exist as known, as stated above ( 90 1, 17 | apprehension of Him contraries exist, for the false opinion ~ 91 1, 18 | is nothing else than to exist in this or that nature; 92 1, 18 | itself. It happens that there exist in men not merely such ~ 93 1, 18 | in the living things that exist ~among us is the vegetative 94 1, 18 | God, it seems that ~things exist more truly in God than themselves. 95 1, 18 | since in themselves they exist actually, but in God potentially.~ 96 1, 18 | be in God, even as they exist in their own natures. In ~ 97 1, 18 | respects natural things would exist more truly in the divine ~ 98 1, 19 | God is perfect, and can exist without ~other things inasmuch 99 1, 19 | His goodness; for it can ~exist without other things.~Aquin.: 100 1, 19 | knowledge is of things as they exist ~in the knower; but the 101 1, 19 | directed to things as they exist in ~themselves. Since then 102 1, 19 | existence inasmuch ~as they exist in God; but no absolute 103 1, 19 | themselves, in so far as they exist in themselves; it follows 104 1, 19 | Because God is good, we exist." Therefore God is the ~ 105 1, 19 | Because God is good, we exist," are true inasmuch as His 106 1, 19 | only is ~not determined to exist or not to exist in the effect, 107 1, 19 | determined to exist or not to exist in the effect, except by 108 1, 19 | for much more good might exist. ~Therefore the will of 109 1, 19 | and in themselves they exist under ~particular qualifications. 110 1, 19 | directed ~to things as they exist in themselves. But all that 111 1, 19 | though it does not all exist ~in created things. Therefore 112 1, 19 | substantially; and that which can exist in a place or not in that 113 1, 19 | contrary, All good things that exist God wills to be. If ~therefore 114 1, 19 | a good that evil should exist. For Augustine says ~(Enchiridion 115 1, 19 | only good things should exist, but also evil ~things." 116 1, 19 | Further, that evil should exist, and should not exist, are ~ 117 1, 19 | should exist, and should not exist, are ~contradictory opposites. 118 1, 19 | will that evil should not ~exist; otherwise, since various 119 1, 19 | since various evils do exist, God's will would not ~always 120 1, 19 | God wills that evil should exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 121 1, 19 | that anyone wills evil ~to exist and that he wills it not 122 1, 20 | seems that love does not exist in God. For in God there 123 1, 20 | Therefore love does not exist in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 124 1, 20 | things, ~in so far as they exist, are good, since the existence 125 1, 20 | OBJ 3: Friendship cannot exist except towards rational 126 1, 21 | But temperance does not exist in God: neither ~therefore 127 1, 21 | justice. Thus justice must exist in all God's works. Now 128 1, 22 | corruptible. Hence all things that exist in whatsoever ~manner are 129 1, 22 | no wise permit evil to exist in His works, unless He 130 1, 23 | a thing which does not ~exist. Predestination, however, 131 1, 23 | which does not actually exist; in ~whatsoever way destination 132 1, 23 | election is of things that exist. But predestination ~from 133 1, 23 | also of things which do not exist. Therefore, some ~are predestined 134 1, 23 | those things which already exist, as happens in our ~choice. 135 1, 23 | chosen by God, who do ~not exist; yet He does not err in 136 1, 25 | exists is impossible not to exist. Therefore there would be 137 1, 27 | kind of procession does not exist in God, as we ~have explained.~ 138 1, 27 | Therefore generation cannot exist in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 139 1, 27 | belonging to each of them to exist in a certain order. For 140 1, 27 | Therefore, if two ~processions exist in God, of intellect and 141 1, 27 | things. Hence there cannot exist in Him a procession of Word 142 1, 28 | I answer that, relations exist in God really; in proof 143 1, 28 | because such a ~relation can exist only in a certain order 144 1, 28 | the intellect, ~and which exist between the word intellectually 145 1, 28 | Therefore, if relations exist in God, there ~must be something 146 1, 28 | observed that in God there exist the relations of the intelligent ~ 147 1, 28 | Reply OBJ 3: Ideal relations exist as understood by God. Hence 148 1, 29 | universal and particular exist in every ~genus, nevertheless, 149 1, 29 | and so, although ~it may exist in a separate state, yet 150 1, 29 | those things subsist which exist in ~themselves, and not 151 1, 29 | accidents, which do not exist in God. ~Jerome also says ( 152 1, 29 | Father is understood to exist "by Himself," as ~relatively 153 1, 30 | Thus, if in ~God there exist a number of persons, there 154 1, 30 | Therefore only three persons exist in God, the Father, the 155 1, 31 | of a nature are said to exist in that nature. On the other 156 1, 31 | plurality of persons did not exist in God, He ~would be alone 157 1, 32 | Therefore there do not exist ~notions in God.~Aquin.: 158 1, 33 | that, As in creatures there exist a first and a secondary ~ 159 1, 33 | because, did two innascibles exist, one would not be from ~ 160 1, 34 | manifested by a word, there must exist a word ~whereby it is manifested. 161 1, 36 | hence the Father does not exist before begetting the Son), 162 1, 39 | creatures, one form does not exist in several "supposita" ~ 163 1, 39 | distinct, ~which commences to exist in it anew by generation, 164 1, 39 | generation, and ceases to exist by ~corruption, and so it 165 1, 40 | but in the persons they exist by mode of identity, not ~ 166 1, 41 | nature. What, however, can exist in different ways is far 167 1, 41 | nativity really and truly exist in God. ~Now, this is the 168 1, 41 | in God ~power does not exist in reference to the notional 169 1, 41 | that, As the notional acts exist in God, so must there be 170 1, 41 | passive power, which does not exist in God. Hence, in God there 171 1, 42 | Therefore He begins to ~exist, and is not co-eternal with 172 1, 42 | moment the Son did not exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 173 1, 42 | from a principle cannot exist simultaneously with its 174 1, 42 | thus, the effect would not exist in the same instant, but ~ 175 1, 42 | corrupts ~begins not to exist and ceases to be. The divine 176 1, 42 | divine persons there does not exist ~an order of nature. For 177 1, 42 | order of nature does not exist in it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 178 1, 42 | Further, wherever there exist a whole and a part, many 179 1, 42 | evident that in God there exist real true paternity and ~ 180 1, 42 | essence ~and dignity, which exist in the Father by the relation 181 1, 43 | inasmuch as He began to exist visibly in ~the world by 182 1, 43 | is so sent as to begin to exist where previously it ~did 183 1, 43 | where previously it ~did not exist, is locally moved by being 184 1, 43 | sent neither begins to ~exist where he did not previously 185 1, 43 | where he did not previously exist, nor ceases to exist where 186 1, 43 | previously exist, nor ceases to exist where He was. Hence such 187 1, 43 | possessed by any creature, or exist in it in a new mode, ~is 188 1, 43 | divine person may newly exist in anyone, or be ~possessed 189 1, 43 | God is said not only to exist in the rational creature 190 1, 43 | is sent either begins to exist where he was not ~before, 191 1, 43 | creatures; or begins to exist where he was before, ~but 192 1, 44 | without it; therefore they can exist without it; and therefore 193 1, 44 | efficient cause in order to exist. ~Therefore whatever cannot 194 1, 44 | Therefore whatever cannot but exist does not require an efficient 195 1, 44 | necessary thing can not exist, because whatever necessarily ~ 196 1, 44 | necessarily ~exists cannot but exist. Therefore as there are 197 1, 44 | Therefore exemplar causes exist besides God.~Aquin.: SMT 198 1, 44 | that the universals should ~exist outside the particulars 199 1, 44 | follows that before ~and after exist in Him; which is impossible.~ 200 1, 45 | make ~concerns what did not exist at all; but to create is 201 1, 45 | co-exist rather than to ~exist, so they ought to be called 202 1, 45 | but that matter does not exist except by creation; for 203 1, 45 | nature, but ~previously exist in matter; for they asserted 204 1, 46 | Whether that they began to exist in an article of Faith?~( 205 1, 46 | everything which begins ~to exist, is a possible being before 206 1, 46 | be ~impossible for it to exist. If therefore the world 207 1, 46 | therefore the world began to exist, it was ~a possible being 208 1, 46 | being before it began to exist. But possible being is matter, ~ 209 1, 46 | therefore the ~world began to exist, matter must have existed 210 1, 46 | world. But ~matter cannot exist without form: while the 211 1, 46 | existed before it began to exist: ~which is impossible.~Aquin.: 212 1, 46 | incorruptible thing begins to exist. But there are many incorruptible ~ 213 1, 46 | the world did not begin to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 214 1, 46 | universe did not begin to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 215 1, 46 | But if the world began to exist, there was first no body 216 1, 46 | the world should always ~exist; but the world exists forasmuch 217 1, 46 | forasmuch as God wills it to exist, since the being of the 218 1, 46 | that the world began to exist in some quite ~impossible 219 1, 46 | received that power, it did not exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 220 1, 46 | incorruptible things never began to exist; but ~that they did not 221 1, 46 | movable things began to ~exist movement also existed.~Aquin.: 222 1, 46 | His effect, did not always exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 223 1, 46 | the world did not always exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 224 1, 46 | the world did not always exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 225 1, 46 | souls would actually now exist, which is ~impossible. Therefore 226 1, 46 | the world did not always exist, as was said above of the ~ 227 1, 46 | that the world began to exist is an object of ~faith, 228 1, 46 | whether any creature can exist from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT 229 1, 47 | assert that many worlds ~exist who do not acknowledge any 230 1, 48 | penalties would cease, for they exist only for evils.~Aquin.: 231 1, 48 | the question, "Does it exist?" and thus we speak of blindness 232 1, 48 | God permitted no evil to exist; for fire would not be ~ 233 1, 48 | 4) that "evil ~does not exist, nor is it in that which 234 1, 48 | follow that what does not ~exist is evil, and also that everything 235 1, 48 | that contraries ~cannot exist together. But this is to 236 1, 48 | special sense, because they exist in some ~determinate genus; 237 1, 48 | either because it ~does not exist, or because it has not its 238 1, 49 | follow that evil would not exist in the many, but only in ~ 239 1, 49 | 3]); ~and that evil can exist only in good as in its subject ( 240 1, 49 | and above all things that exist, no matter how, there ~exists 241 1, 50 | the properties of matter exist, there is ~matter. Now the 242 1, 50 | immateriality; because forms that exist in matter are individual 243 1, 50 | are below our intellect exist in our intellect in a simpler ~ 244 1, 50 | simpler ~mode than they exist in themselves. Angelic substances, 245 1, 50 | 1/1~Whether the angels exist in any great number?~Aquin.: 246 1, 50 | Therefore the angels cannot exist in any great ~number.~Aquin.: 247 1, 50 | immaterial substances, exist in exceeding great number, 248 1, 50 | immaterial substances would exist to ~no purpose, unless some 249 1, 50 | the immaterial substances exist on ~account of the corporeal, 250 1, 51 | that He is understood to exist without any material substance 251 1, 54 | angel to understand is to exist?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 252 1, 54 | angel to understand is to exist. For in ~living things to 253 1, 54 | angel to understand is to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 254 1, 54 | angel to ~understand is to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 255 1, 54 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv). But to exist is not movement. ~Therefore 256 1, 54 | understand is not the same as to exist, ~nor is any operation in 257 1, 54 | actually. Hence there must exist some power, which, previous 258 1, 54 | which ~we understand do not exist outside the soul, as immaterial 259 1, 55 | likenesses of creatures first exist. Hence ~Augustine says ( 260 1, 57 | is only of such things as exist ~within the soul by their 261 1, 57 | imagination, which does not ~exist in angels. Therefore angels 262 1, 57 | for any assimilation ~to exist between an angel and a singular 263 1, 57 | in order that they ~may exist in the angelic mind. Now 264 1, 57 | Resurrection, and does not exist at all ~in the angels; while 265 1, 58 | known ~precisely as they exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 266 1, 58 | error, or deception can exist of itself in ~the mind of 267 1, 58 | this is according as things exist in the Word. But their ~ 268 1, 58 | evening knowledge ~cannot exist together with the morning 269 1, 59 | sensitive part, which does not ~exist in angels. Consequently 270 1, 59 | said that hope does not exist in the irascible appetite; 271 1, 59 | irascible. But they do not exist ~in the angels in this manner. 272 1, 60 | inclination is found to exist ~differently in different 273 1, 62 | But in order for them to exist, they presuppose the natural ~ 274 1, 63 | sin of pride and envy can exist in an angel?~Aquin.: SMT 275 1, 63 | 2~I answer that, Sin can exist in a subject in two ways: 276 1, 63 | consequently they can ~only exist metaphorically in the demons. 277 1, 63 | attain without ceasing to exist. Now it is quite ~evident 278 1, 63 | since no creature can exist ~except by holding its existence 279 1, 64 | they are ~passions, cannot exist in the demons; for thus 280 1, 64 | sorrow must be said to exist in them: and ~especially 281 1, 65 | created, that many suns would exist in the world; and so of ~ 282 1, 65 | that less ~honorable parts exist for the more honorable, 283 1, 65 | are less noble than man exist for the sake of man, ~whilst 284 1, 65 | things that at one time they exist and at another ~exist not, 285 1, 65 | they exist and at another ~exist not, without being themselves 286 1, 66 | can effect that accident exist without substance, as ~in 287 1, 66 | therefore, cause matter to exist ~without form.~Aquin.: SMT 288 1, 67 | bodies of whatever nature, to exist simultaneously in the same 289 1, 67 | time afterwards ceased to ~exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 290 1, 67 | such as God foresaw would exist.~ 291 1, 68 | firmament are not fluid, but exist ~outside it in a solid state, 292 1, 70 | wherefore their matter cannot exist without their form. But 293 1, 70 | matter of the lights to exist under another form. Nor 294 1, 70 | processes, yet the perfect must exist simply before ~the imperfect. 295 1, 70 | for the form does ~not exist for the matter, but the 296 1, 74 | animals and plants did not exist actually. There remains, 297 1, 74 | in which light did not exist, ~the firmament had not 298 1, 74 | permanence. That they might then exist, and exist ~permanently, " 299 1, 74 | they might then exist, and exist ~permanently, "the Spirit 300 1, 75 | a phantasm, which cannot exist apart from the ~body. Therefore 301 1, 75 | se." But for a thing to exist "per se," ~it suffices sometimes 302 1, 75 | subsistent form to cease to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 303 1, 75 | naturally desires always to exist. But a natural desire cannot ~ 304 1, 75 | a separate whiteness to exist, it could only be ~one; 305 1, 76 | that the natures of things exist separate from matter.~Aquin.: 306 1, 76 | that any accidental form ~exist in matter before the soul, 307 1, 76 | form, which makes it to exist absolutely, as we have said ~ 308 1, 76 | existence are understood to exist before corporeity; and thus ~ 309 1, 77 | two ~other kinds of order exist are such that the action 310 1, 77 | body, that is, which do not exist ~in the body, but only in 311 1, 77 | substantial form makes a thing to exist absolutely, and its subject 312 1, 77 | does not make a thing to exist absolutely but to be such, ~ 313 1, 39 | creatures, one form does not exist in several "supposita" ~ 314 1, 39 | distinct, ~which commences to exist in it anew by generation, 315 1, 39 | generation, and ceases to exist by ~corruption, and so it 316 1, 40 | but in the persons they exist by mode of identity, not ~ 317 1, 41 | nature. What, however, can exist in different ways is far 318 1, 41 | nativity really and truly exist in God. ~Now, this is the 319 1, 41 | in God ~power does not exist in reference to the notional 320 1, 41 | that, As the notional acts exist in God, so must there be 321 1, 41 | passive power, which does not exist in God. Hence, in God there 322 1, 42 | Therefore He begins to ~exist, and is not co-eternal with 323 1, 42 | moment the Son did not exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 324 1, 42 | from a principle cannot exist simultaneously with its 325 1, 42 | thus, the effect would not exist in the same instant, but ~ 326 1, 42 | corrupts ~begins not to exist and ceases to be. The divine 327 1, 42 | divine persons there does not exist ~an order of nature. For 328 1, 42 | order of nature does not exist in it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 329 1, 42 | Further, wherever there exist a whole and a part, many 330 1, 42 | evident that in God there exist real true paternity and ~ 331 1, 42 | essence ~and dignity, which exist in the Father by the relation 332 1, 43 | inasmuch as He began to exist visibly in ~the world by 333 1, 43 | is so sent as to begin to exist where previously it ~did 334 1, 43 | where previously it ~did not exist, is locally moved by being 335 1, 43 | sent neither begins to ~exist where he did not previously 336 1, 43 | where he did not previously exist, nor ceases to exist where 337 1, 43 | previously exist, nor ceases to exist where He ~was. Hence such 338 1, 43 | possessed by any creature, or exist in it in a new mode, ~is 339 1, 43 | divine person may newly exist in anyone, or be ~possessed 340 1, 43 | God is said not only to exist in the rational creature 341 1, 43 | is sent either begins to exist where he was not ~before, 342 1, 43 | creatures; or begins to exist where he was before, ~but 343 1, 45 | without it; therefore they can exist without it; and therefore 344 1, 45 | efficient cause in order to exist. ~Therefore whatever cannot 345 1, 45 | Therefore whatever cannot but exist does not require an efficient 346 1, 45 | necessary thing can not exist, because whatever necessarily ~ 347 1, 45 | necessarily ~exists cannot but exist. Therefore as there are 348 1, 45 | Therefore exemplar causes exist besides God.~Aquin.: SMT 349 1, 45 | that the universals should ~exist outside the particulars 350 1, 45 | follows that before ~and after exist in Him; which is impossible.~ 351 1, 46 | make ~concerns what did not exist at all; but to create is 352 1, 46 | co-exist rather than to ~exist, so they ought to be called 353 1, 46 | but that matter does not exist except by creation; for 354 1, 46 | nature, but ~previously exist in matter; for they asserted 355 1, 47 | Whether that they began to exist in an article of Faith?~( 356 1, 47 | everything which begins ~to exist, is a possible being before 357 1, 47 | be ~impossible for it to exist. If therefore the world 358 1, 47 | therefore the world began to exist, it was ~a possible being 359 1, 47 | being before it began to exist. But possible being is matter, ~ 360 1, 47 | therefore the ~world began to exist, matter must have existed 361 1, 47 | world. But ~matter cannot exist without form: while the 362 1, 47 | existed before it began to exist: ~which is impossible.~Aquin.: 363 1, 47 | incorruptible thing begins to exist. But there are many incorruptible ~ 364 1, 47 | the world did not begin to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 365 1, 47 | universe did not begin to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 366 1, 47 | But if the world began to exist, there was first no body 367 1, 47 | the world should always ~exist; but the world exists forasmuch 368 1, 47 | forasmuch as God wills it to exist, since the ~being of the 369 1, 47 | that the world began to exist in some quite ~impossible 370 1, 47 | received that power, it did not exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 371 1, 47 | incorruptible things never began to exist; but ~that they did not 372 1, 47 | movable things began to ~exist movement also existed.~Aquin.: 373 1, 47 | His effect, did not always exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 374 1, 47 | the world did not always exist. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 375 1, 47 | the world did not always exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 376 1, 47 | souls would actually now exist, which is ~impossible. Therefore 377 1, 47 | the world did not always exist, as was said above of the ~ 378 1, 47 | that the world began to exist is an object of ~faith, 379 1, 47 | whether any creature can exist from eternity.~Aquin.: SMT 380 1, 48 | assert that many worlds ~exist who do not acknowledge any 381 1, 49 | penalties would cease, for they exist only for evils.~Aquin.: 382 1, 49 | the question, "Does it exist?" and thus we speak of blindness 383 1, 49 | God permitted no evil to exist; for fire would not be ~ 384 1, 49 | 4) that "evil ~does not exist, nor is it in that which 385 1, 49 | follow that what does not ~exist is evil, and also that everything 386 1, 49 | that contraries ~cannot exist together. But this is to 387 1, 49 | special sense, because they exist in some ~determinate genus; 388 1, 49 | either because it ~does not exist, or because it has not its 389 1, 50 | follow that evil would not exist in the many, but only in ~ 390 1, 50 | 3]); ~and that evil can exist only in good as in its subject ( 391 1, 50 | and above all things that exist, no matter how, there ~exists 392 1, 51 | the properties of matter exist, there is ~matter. Now the 393 1, 51 | immateriality; because forms that exist in matter are individual 394 1, 51 | are below our intellect exist in our intellect in a simpler ~ 395 1, 51 | simpler ~mode than they exist in themselves. Angelic substances, 396 1, 51 | 1/1~Whether the angels exist in any great number?~Aquin.: 397 1, 51 | Therefore the angels cannot exist in any great ~number.~Aquin.: 398 1, 51 | immaterial substances, exist in exceeding great number, 399 1, 51 | immaterial substances would exist to ~no purpose, unless some 400 1, 51 | the immaterial substances exist on ~account of the corporeal, 401 1, 52 | that He is understood to exist without any material substance 402 1, 55 | angel to understand is to exist?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 403 1, 55 | angel to understand is to exist. For in ~living things to 404 1, 55 | angel to understand is to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 405 1, 55 | angel to ~understand is to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 406 1, 55 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv). But to exist is not movement. ~Therefore 407 1, 55 | understand is not the same as to exist, ~nor is any operation in 408 1, 55 | actually. Hence there must exist some power, which, previous 409 1, 55 | which ~we understand do not exist outside the soul, as immaterial 410 1, 56 | likenesses of creatures first exist. Hence ~Augustine says ( 411 1, 58 | is only of such things as exist ~within the soul by their 412 1, 58 | imagination, which does not ~exist in angels. Therefore angels 413 1, 58 | for any assimilation ~to exist between an angel and a singular 414 1, 58 | in order that they ~may exist in the angelic mind. Now 415 1, 58 | Resurrection, and does not exist at all ~in the angels; while 416 1, 59 | known ~precisely as they exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 417 1, 59 | error, or deception can exist of itself in ~the mind of 418 1, 59 | this is according as things exist in the Word. But their ~ 419 1, 59 | evening knowledge ~cannot exist together with the morning 420 1, 60 | sensitive part, which does not ~exist in angels. Consequently 421 1, 60 | said that hope does not exist in the irascible appetite; 422 1, 60 | irascible. But they do not exist ~in the angels in this manner. 423 1, 61 | inclination is found to exist ~differently in different 424 1, 63 | But in order for them to exist, they presuppose the natural ~ 425 1, 64 | sin of pride and envy can exist in an angel?~Aquin.: SMT 426 1, 64 | 2~I answer that, Sin can exist in a subject in two ways: 427 1, 64 | consequently they can ~only exist metaphorically in the demons. 428 1, 64 | attain without ceasing to exist. Now it is quite ~evident 429 1, 64 | since no creature can exist ~except by holding its existence 430 1, 65 | they are ~passions, cannot exist in the demons; for thus 431 1, 65 | sorrow must be said to exist in them: and ~especially 432 1, 66 | created, that many suns would exist in the world; and so of ~ 433 1, 66 | that less ~honorable parts exist for the more honorable, 434 1, 66 | are less noble than man exist for the sake of man, ~whilst 435 1, 66 | things that at one time they exist and at another ~exist not, 436 1, 66 | they exist and at another ~exist not, without being themselves 437 1, 67 | can effect that accident exist without substance, as ~in 438 1, 67 | therefore, cause matter to exist ~without form.~Aquin.: SMT 439 1, 68 | bodies of whatever nature, to exist simultaneously in the same 440 1, 68 | time afterwards ceased to ~exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 441 1, 68 | such as God foresaw would exist.~ 442 1, 69 | firmament are not fluid, but exist ~outside it in a solid state, 443 1, 71 | wherefore their matter cannot exist without their form. But 444 1, 71 | matter of the lights to exist under another form. Nor 445 1, 71 | processes, yet the perfect must exist simply before ~the imperfect. 446 1, 71 | for the form does ~not exist for the matter, but the 447 1, 73 | animals and plants did not exist actually. There remains, 448 1, 73 | in which light did not exist, ~the firmament had not 449 1, 73 | permanence. That they might then exist, and exist ~permanently, " 450 1, 73 | they might then exist, and exist ~permanently, "the Spirit 451 1, 74 | a phantasm, which cannot exist apart from the ~body. Therefore 452 1, 74 | se." But for a thing to exist "per se," ~it suffices sometimes 453 1, 74 | subsistent form to cease to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 454 1, 74 | naturally desires always to exist. But a natural desire cannot ~ 455 1, 74 | a separate whiteness to exist, it could only be ~one; 456 1, 75 | that the natures of things exist separate from matter.~Aquin.: 457 1, 75 | that any accidental form ~exist in matter before the soul, 458 1, 75 | form, which makes it to exist absolutely, as we have said ~ 459 1, 75 | existence are understood to exist before corporeity; and thus ~ 460 1, 76 | two ~other kinds of order exist are such that the action 461 1, 76 | body, that is, which do not exist ~in the body, but only in 462 1, 76 | substantial form makes a thing to exist ~absolutely, and its subject 463 1, 76 | does not make a thing to exist absolutely but to be such, ~ 464 1, 77 | their effect where they exist, since the body ~itself 465 1, 77 | nutritive powers which exist in one and the same soul. 466 1, 78 | forms of natural things ~exist apart from matter, and as 467 1, 78 | it is accidental that he ~exist in the present, past, or 468 1, 78 | thus it would not always exist in ~man. Nor is it a habit; 469 1, 79 | 2/2~Therefore, as forms exist in those things that have 470 1, 79 | individual things which exist outside the soul, yet tends 471 1, 83 | all corporeal creatures exist ~in a more excellent way 472 1, 83 | held that things known must exist materially even ~in the 473 1, 83 | since they held that things exist in the soul materially, ~ 474 1, 83 | the various results do not exist save in ~potentiality. But 475 1, 83 | necessary for the thing known to exist materially in the knower, 476 1, 83 | things known must needs exist ~in the knower, not materially, 477 1, 83 | whatsoever ~may be found to exist in things created, being 478 1, 83 | of bodies, ~which merely exist, according to Gregory (Homily 479 1, 83 | in Whom the eternal types exist, but is "united to God ~ 480 1, 83 | belongs to such a nature to exist ~in an individual, and this 481 1, 83 | in the passive intellect exist there ~habitually when it 482 1, 84 | of material things do not exist as abstracted from the ~ 483 1, 84 | that one thing does not ~exist in some other, or that it 484 1, 84 | the like; all these ~can exist without matter, as is plain 485 1, 84 | images of ~individuals, and exist in corporeal organs, have 486 1, 84 | impossible for opposite forms to exist at ~the same time in the 487 1, 84 | intellect; but it does not exist in the ~same way in the 488 1, 85 | intelligible species can exist with another in the same ~ 489 1, 85 | things the ~infinite does not exist actually, but only potentially, 490 1, 88 | it is possible for it to exist apart from the body, and 491 1, 88 | types of all natural things exist in separate substances. ~ 492 1, 88 | is." But contrariety ~may exist in the intellect as regards 493 1, 88 | time, does not actually ~exist, and therefore is not knowable 494 1, 89 | 3: Further, things that exist and do differ are the same. 495 1, 89 | same. But God ~and the mind exist, and in no way differ, for 496 1, 89 | conclude that it cannot exist except by creation. ~Aquin.: 497 1, 92 | most commonly ~because they exist; secondly, because they 498 1, 92 | the image of God does not exist in man as to ~the Trinity 499 1, 92 | s image, inasmuch as we exist and know that we exist, 500 1, 92 | we exist and know that we exist, and love this ~existence


1-500 | 501-665

Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License