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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | in respect to all being, outside of every ~genus.~Aquin.: 2 1, 6 | other ~genus, but that He is outside genus, and is the principle 3 1, 7 | Phys. ~iii. But everything outside God is from God as from 4 1, 8 | kind of the indivisible is outside of the ~whole genus of the 5 1, 8 | of quantity, ~cannot be outside of that place, because the 6 1, 8 | thing, not to be at ~all outside of it. This appears also 7 1, 8 | because there is no place ~outside it. Therefore to be everywhere 8 1, 8 | infinite, no place would exist outside ~of it, and so it would 9 1, 10 | the uniformity of what is outside of ~movement, consists the 10 1, 11 | divided as regards what is outside its essence, as what is 11 1, 13 | existing in nature, are outside the order of sensible and ~ 12 1, 13 | looked at in themselves ~are outside this order, and hence in 13 1, 13 | 5~Since therefore God is outside the whole order of creation, 14 1, 13 | singular subject or in ~many is outside the idea of the nature of 15 1, 14 | taken as the term, exists ~outside the operator; nevertheless 16 1, 14 | not ~contained by anything outside of Himself; so He is said 17 1, 14 | other things but God are outside of God. But Augustine says ( 18 1, 14 | that God "sees ~nothing outside Himself" is not to be taken 19 1, 14 | as if God saw ~nothing outside Himself, but in the sense 20 1, 14 | in the sense that what is outside Himself He ~does not see 21 1, 14 | according to its ~existence outside the eye. And if any knower 22 1, 14 | its (mode of) existence ~outside the knower; thus the intellect 23 1, 14 | us have ~distinct being outside the seer.~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 14 | always ~remain something else outside. But God does not know the 25 1, 14 | comprehended which has nothing outside the comprehender. Hence 26 1, 15 | according to an idea ~existing outside Himself. Thus Aristotle ( 27 1, 18 | in the house that exists outside his mind, ~material and 28 1, 19 | principal object is a good outside ~itself, must be moved by 29 1, 19 | causes. Something may fall outside the order of any particular 30 1, 19 | particular active ~cause, but not outside the order of the universal 31 1, 20 | love places the lover outside himself, and ~causes him 32 1, 20 | to say that God is placed outside of Himself, and passes ~ 33 1, 20 | since He needs no creature outside Himself. Nor with the ~love 34 1, 20 | OBJ 1: A lover is placed outside himself, and made to pass 35 1, 20 | and goodness, is placed outside Himself by His providence ~ 36 1, 22 | a cause other than, and outside the intention of the ~agent. 37 1, 22 | effect should take ~place outside the range of that universal 38 1, 22 | regard the universal ~cause, outside whose range no effect can 39 1, 23 | predestination, it ~will outside the effect of predestination. 40 1, 27 | principle, so as to be something outside ~and distinct from that 41 1, 27 | within the agent, takes place outside the intellectual nature, 42 1, 28 | diversity of nature, ~God is outside the order of the whole creation, 43 1, 28 | its respect to something outside. So if we ~consider even 44 1, 29 | the accidents, which are outside ~the essence of genera and 45 1, 42 | intelligible word is not outside the ~intellect, inasmuch 46 1, 44 | exemplars of things ~are not outside God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] 47 1, 44 | universals should ~exist outside the particulars in order 48 1, 51 | the ~object seen exists outside the person beholding it, 49 1, 54 | by such actions nothing outside is changed, ~but the whole 50 1, 54 | understand do not exist outside the soul, as immaterial 51 1, 54 | potentiality so long as they ~are outside the soul. Consequently it 52 1, 59 | extends itself to ~what is outside it, according as what, in 53 1, 59 | what, in its essence, is outside it is ~disposed to be somehow 54 1, 59 | in a ~manner, to what is outside it. Now it belongs to one 55 1, 59 | itself something which is outside it, and to another faculty 56 1, 59 | faculty to ~tend to what is outside it. Consequently intellect 57 1, 59 | is inclined to something outside by something additional, ~ 58 1, 59 | is directed to something outside. Yet the perfection of a 59 1, 60 | love from self to things outside self; as uniting ~is derived 60 1, 66 | strong to separate what is outside it from what it encloses. 61 1, 68 | are not fluid, but exist ~outside it in a solid state, as 62 1, 73 | that tends to an object outside itself, is said to move ~ 63 1, 74 | nature, both ~of which are outside of time, as he himself says ( 64 1, 75 | body. But as the body is outside the essence ~of the soul, 65 1, 76 | follows that it must be outside the essence, and then ~the 66 1, 76 | other, except by something outside the ~essence of each. The 67 1, 76 | disposition which it has outside the soul - that is, in ~ 68 1, 76 | thing understood is indeed ~outside the soul, but the mode according 69 1, 76 | according to which it exists outside the ~soul is not the mode 70 1, 76 | not its mode of existence outside the soul. But, according 71 1, 76 | thing understood exists outside the soul in the ~same condition 72 1, 42 | intelligible word is not outside the ~intellect, inasmuch 73 1, 45 | exemplars of things ~are not outside God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] 74 1, 45 | universals should ~exist outside the particulars in order 75 1, 52 | the ~object seen exists outside the person beholding it, 76 1, 55 | by such actions nothing outside is changed, ~but the whole 77 1, 55 | understand do not exist outside the soul, as immaterial 78 1, 55 | potentiality so long as they ~are outside the soul. Consequently it 79 1, 60 | extends itself to ~what is outside it, according as what, in 80 1, 60 | what, in its essence, is outside it is ~disposed to be somehow 81 1, 60 | in a ~manner, to what is outside it. Now it belongs to one 82 1, 60 | itself something which is outside it, and to another faculty 83 1, 60 | faculty to ~tend to what is outside it. Consequently intellect 84 1, 60 | is inclined to something outside by something additional, ~ 85 1, 60 | is directed to something outside. Yet the perfection of a 86 1, 61 | love from self to things outside self; as uniting ~is derived 87 1, 67 | strong to separate what is outside it from what it encloses. 88 1, 69 | are not fluid, but exist ~outside it in a solid state, as 89 1, 72 | that tends to an object outside itself, is said to move ~ 90 1, 73 | nature, both ~of which are outside of time, as he himself says ( 91 1, 74 | body. But as the body is outside the essence ~of the soul, 92 1, 75 | follows that it must be outside the essence, and then ~the 93 1, 75 | other, except by something outside the ~essence of each. The 94 1, 75 | disposition which it has outside the soul - that is, in ~ 95 1, 75 | thing understood is indeed ~outside the soul, but the mode according 96 1, 75 | according to which it exists outside the ~soul is not the mode 97 1, 75 | not its mode of existence outside the soul. But, according 98 1, 75 | thing understood exists outside the soul in the ~same condition 99 1, 78 | things are found in act outside the soul; and ~hence there 100 1, 79 | individual things which exist outside the soul, yet tends to them 101 1, 81 | Nom. iv) that "evil is ~outside the scope of the will." 102 1, 83 | have a material existence outside the ~soul should be devoid 103 1, 83 | that fire also which is outside the soul should not have ~ 104 1, 83 | knowledge extends to things outside the knower: for we ~know 105 1, 83 | object which exists actually ~outside the soul. Therefore the 106 1, 83 | intelligible, ~existing outside the soul. But these can 107 1, 83 | the being which they have outside ~the soul, may be actually 108 1, 83 | forms of things themselves, outside ~the things themselves and 109 1, 83 | sensible objects which are outside the soul ~should produce 110 1, 84 | But it is not in something outside the soul: for, ~since what 111 1, 84 | soul: for, ~since what is outside the soul is material, nothing 112 1, 84 | be concerned with objects outside the ~soul, but only with 113 1, 84 | the soul knows the earth outside ~itself, by the earth within 114 1, 86 | Further, material things outside the soul are known by their ~ 115 1, 88 | which is natural to it, and outside its proper place, which 116 1, 91 | an effect into existence outside the ordinary course of nature. 117 1, 98 | though she were a product outside the purpose ~of nature. 118 1, 98 | male," as being a ~product outside the purpose of nature considered 119 1, 101 | corporeal places, and ~is outside the region of change. By 120 1, 101 | human nature, God made man ~outside of paradise, and afterwards 121 1, 102 | of the world is something outside the ~world?~Aquin.: SMT 122 1, 102 | not ~something existing outside the world. For the end of 123 1, 102 | things is some good not outside, but within the things ~ 124 1, 102 | produced by the whole universe outside itself; and operation ~exists 125 1, 102 | for Himself." But God is outside the entire order of the 126 1, 102 | all things is something ~outside the universe, namely, God, 127 1, 102 | universe must be a good ~outside the universe.~Aquin.: SMT 128 1, 102 | nothing ~prevents something outside the universe being the good 129 1, 102 | we may say that some good outside the ~whole universe is the 130 1, 102 | Whether anything can happen outside the order of the Divine 131 1, 102 | that something may occur outside the order ~of the Divine 132 1, 102 | Therefore, if nothing happens outside the order ~of the Divine 133 1, 102 | Therefore, if nothing occurs outside the order ~of the Divine 134 1, 102 | Therefore, if nothing happens outside the order of the Divine 135 1, 102 | for something to ~occur outside the order of the Divine 136 1, 102 | for an effect to result outside the order ~of some particular 137 1, 102 | particular cause; but not outside the order of the universal ~ 138 1, 102 | is that no effect results outside the order of ~a particular 139 1, 102 | as indigestion ~may occur outside the order of the nutritive 140 1, 102 | impossible for anything to occur outside ~the order of the Divine 141 1, 102 | anything could happen entirely outside the order of Divine ~government. 142 1, 102 | fact that something occurs outside the order of some ~proximate 143 1, 104 | Whether He can do anything outside the order imposed on things?~( 144 1, 104 | Whether God can do anything outside the established order of 145 1, 104 | that God cannot do anything outside the established ~order of 146 1, 104 | nature." But that ~which is outside the natural order seems 147 1, 104 | Therefore ~God can do nothing outside the natural order. ~Aquin.: 148 1, 104 | But God cannot do anything outside the order of justice; for 149 1, 104 | Therefore He cannot do anything outside the ~order of nature.~Aquin.: 150 1, 104 | Therefore it God ~does anything outside the order of nature, it 151 1, 104 | thus ~God can do something outside such order; for He is not 152 1, 104 | Wherefore God can do something outside this order created by Him, ~ 153 1, 104 | things something may happen outside this natural ~order, in 154 1, 104 | God; if He does ~anything outside this order, it is not against 155 1, 104 | particular cause. So when He acts outside this order, He does ~not 156 1, 104 | Whether whatever God does outside the natural order is miraculous?~ 157 1, 104 | everything which God does outside the ~natural order of things, 158 1, 104 | unrighteous, are done by God ~outside the natural order; as not 159 1, 104 | everything that God does outside the natural order is a miracle.~ 160 1, 104 | xvi.]. ~But some things outside the order of nature are 161 1, 104 | which nevertheless will be outside the ~course of nature. Therefore 162 1, 104 | Therefore not all things are outside the course of ~natur are 163 1, 104 | sometimes things ~happen outside the order of nature, which 164 1, 104 | not everything that occurs outside the order of ~nature is 165 1, 104 | those things which God does outside those causes which we know, ~ 166 1, 104 | cause; so they do not occur ~outside the order of nature, since 167 1, 104 | happen, but because it is outside the usual natural course ~ 168 1, 105 | 6]), God sometimes acts outside the order of corporeal ~ 169 1, 105 | Therefore He also sometimes acts outside the order of ~spiritual 170 1, 105 | sometimes anything is done outside the order of the ~inferior 171 1, 105 | that God works miraculously outside the order of corporeal ~ 172 1, 105 | similarity between what God ~does outside the order of corporeal nature, 173 1, 109 | natural causes is produced outside the order of the natural ~ 174 1, 109 | Therefore ~an angel can work outside the order of corporeal agents; 175 1, 109 | when something is done ~outside the order of nature. But 176 1, 109 | miracle if ~something is done outside the order of any particular 177 1, 109 | upwards, as ~such a thing is outside the order of the stone's 178 1, 109 | those things ~which are done outside the order of the whole created 179 1, 109 | that when ~anything is done outside the order of created nature 180 1, 109 | can do something which is outside the ~order of corporeal 181 1, 109 | they cannot do anything outside the whole ~created order, 182 1, 110 | An angel can do nothing outside the entire order of ~creatures; 183 1, 110 | of ~creatures; but he can outside some particular order of 184 1, 110 | a change in the senses outside the common mode of nature.~ 185 1, 112 | sometimes ~appear to men visibly outside the ordinary course of nature 186 1, 112 | likewise that miracles occur outside the order ~of nature.~Aquin.: 187 1, 113 | miracle is something done outside the order of the entire 188 1, 113 | being beyond ~his power and outside his sphere of knowledge. 189 1, 114 | virtues: for ~miracles are outside the scope of seminal virtues, 190 1, 114 | miracles are not ~wrought outside the scope of causal virtues. 191 1, 114 | neither are ~miracles wrought outside the scope of the passive 192 1, 114 | miracles are said to be wrought outside the scope of the ~natural 193 1, 114 | say that they ~are wrought outside the scope of seminal virtues.~ 194 2, 2 | constitutes happiness is something outside the soul.~Aquin.: SMT FS 195 2, 2 | these, which is something outside. And in this way ~nothing 196 2, 2 | man happy, is something outside his soul, as stated ~above.~ 197 2, 3 | more concerned with things outside man; whereas the ~practical 198 2, 3 | ordained to good which is ~outside of it: but the speculative 199 2, 3 | s last end is something outside of ~him, to wit, God, to 200 2, 5 | universe to a good which is outside the universe; the former ~ 201 2, 5 | man to a good which is ~outside the universe, i.e. God. 202 2, 6 | not in man himself, but outside him: since man's appetite 203 2, 6 | appetible object which is outside him, and is as a ~"mover 204 2, 6 | some movements or acts is outside. For when a stone is ~moved 205 2, 6 | principle of this movement is outside the stone: ~whereas when 206 2, 6 | is ~done through fear, as outside this particular case, and 207 2, 6 | respect, that is to say, outside the actual circumstances 208 2, 7 | surround something, which is ~outside it, but touches it, or is 209 2, 7 | whatever ~conditions are outside the substance of an act, 210 2, 7 | circumstances. Now what is outside a thing's ~substance, while 211 2, 7 | speaking, by that which is outside it; but ~by that which is 212 2, 7 | described as something ~outside the act. Now time and place 213 2, 7 | is described as something outside the substance of the act, ~ 214 2, 8 | Nom. iv) that "evil is outside the ~scope of the will," 215 2, 9 | the principle of which is ~outside the agent" [*Aristotle, 216 2, 10 | upwards, but only when it is ~outside its own place. [*The Aristotelian 217 2, 18 | circumstant] an action, as ~being outside it, as stated above (Q[7], 218 2, 18 | it seems that they are outside the scope of art: ~because " 219 2, 18 | OBJ 1: Circumstances are outside an action, inasmuch as they 220 2, 18 | in natural substances are outside the essence.~Aquin.: SMT 221 2, 19 | is ~good: since "evil is outside the scope of the will," 222 2, 21 | actions, but things engendered outside the order of ~nature. Now 223 2, 23 | if the generated ~body be outside its proper place, the mover 224 2, 27 | that a heavy body existing outside its proper place is like ~ 225 2, 28 | ecstasy means to be placed outside oneself. ~This happens as 226 2, 28 | man is said to be placed outside himself, ~when he is placed 227 2, 28 | himself, ~when he is placed outside the knowledge proper to 228 2, 28 | inasmuch as he is placed outside the connatural apprehension 229 2, 28 | seeks to enjoy something ~outside himself. But since he seeks 230 2, 29 | aspect of good: for "evil is outside ~the scope of the will," 231 2, 30 | difference; a difference which is outside the purview of ~science. 232 2, 46 | consequently it has no ~contrary outside itself. Thus also in mixed 233 2, 52 | that the form has a being outside its matter or ~subject, 234 2, 55 | another, and to that which is outside. Hence ~virtue, inasmuch 235 2, 70 | love of satisfying lust ~outside lawful wedlock, we may contrast 236 2, 71 | since the ~omission follows outside the intention, and that 237 2, 71 | intention, and that which is outside the ~intention is said to 238 2, 72 | because what is accidental is outside the ~specific nature. Consequently 239 2, 72 | constitutes a species; and what is outside the agent's intention is ~ 240 2, 72 | evident that punishment is ~outside the intention of the sinner, 241 2, 72 | inordinateness, which is outside the sinner's intention, 242 2, 72 | departure from the truth be not outside the intention, it is evident 243 2, 74 | Nom. iv) that "evil is outside the will and the ~intention." 244 2, 74 | OBJ 1: Evil is said to be outside the will, because the will 245 2, 78 | due to a defect which is outside the will: whereas, by a 246 2, 79 | cause, according as it goes outside the ~order of the first 247 2, 80 | forms is not altogether ~outside the order of nature, nor 248 2, 89 | venial sins are ~something outside a spiritual foundation, 249 2, 89 | even as false opinions are ~outside the pale of science. Therefore, 250 2, 93 | occur in natural things are ~outside the order of particular 251 2, 93 | particular causes, they are not outside the order of ~universal 252 2, 100 | of charity is altogether outside ~the precept.~Aquin.: SMT 253 2, 102 | things that happen by chance outside the intention of the end, 254 2, 102 | 6 Para. 4/5~In the court outside the tabernacle was the altar 255 2, 102 | And this altar was put up outside the tabernacle and in ~the 256 2, 102 | of the tabernacle on the outside. The literal reason of these 257 2, 102 | together with the calf outside the camp; so that they had 258 2, 102 | idolatry it was sacrificed outside the camp; in fact, ~whenever 259 2, 102 | sins, ~it was all burnt outside the camp. Moreover, in order 260 2, 102 | because ~Christ "suffered outside the gate" (Heb. 13:12). 261 2, 106 | letter which is written ~outside man, a ministration of death 262 2, 109 | material sun sheds its light outside us; but the ~intelligible 263 2, 109 | reason a man may do something outside the order of ~his preconceived 264 2, 111 | grace, since it is found outside the genus of grace.~Aquin.: 265 2, 113 | is made wise ~or learned outside this order. But a man does 266 2, 8 | knowledge begins with the outside of things as it ~were, it 267 2, 19 | Reply OBJ 3: The damned are outside the pale of hope on account 268 2, 24 | give him . . . drink." Outside cases of urgency, to ~show 269 2, 87 | whenever they are used ~outside the bounds of necessity. 270 2, 93 | sometimes ~in us and sometimes outside us. The inward cause of 271 2, 106 | however, a man takes vengeance outside the order of ~divine appointment, 272 2, 121 | praised above all. Nor is it outside the ~genus of fortitude 273 2, 127 | which are things ~existing outside the soul.~Aquin.: SMT SS 274 2, 130 | thing, and is something outside man himself. Therefore ~ 275 2, 163 | granted him that no creature outside himself could harm him ~ 276 2, 173 | stated (A[1]) that rapture is outside the inclination of the person 277 2, 173 | oneself by being placed outside one's proper order [*Cf. ~ 278 2, 173 | appetite tends to something outside him, and in this sense Dionysius ~ 279 2, 173 | His loving ~goodness, goes outside Himself in His providence 280 2, 173 | lower. Hence man may become outside himself as regards the appetite, 281 3, 2 | addition certain other things outside the notion of the ~species. 282 3, 2 | in which there is nothing outside the species or its nature ~( 283 3, 4 | in ~such a way as to be outside the singular, as the Platonists 284 3, 10 | suppose something greater outside that order. In this way, 285 3, 27 | which are bestowed ~on some, outside the common law, are ordered 286 3, 28 | its determinate matter, outside ~which it cannot be. But 287 3, 46 | suffered in the Temple, and not outside the city gate.~Aquin.: SMT 288 3, 46 | reasons Christ suffered outside the gate, and not ~in the 289 3, 46 | entire multitude ~were burnt outside the camp, as commanded in 290 3, 46 | was beyond the city and outside the walls, that you may 291 3, 46 | condemned are beheaded are outside the city and beyond the ~ 292 3, 52 | place when no ~part of it is outside such place. But there were 293 3, 52 | there were parts of Christ outside ~hell; for instance, His 294 3, 52 | place, then no part of it is outside that place. But this is 295 3, 56 | look at any exemplar cause outside Himself. In like manner 296 3, 57 | which is immovable and outside all place. Yet the ~Ascension 297 3, 57 | need ~for a vacuum to exist outside heaven, since there is no 298 3, 64 | those who ~are baptized outside the Church, unless they 299 3, 67 | enlightening." Consequently, it is ~outside the province of the deacon 300 3, 67 | layman were to baptize even outside a case ~of urgency; he would 301 3, 67 | sacrament. But if this were done outside a case of urgency, each ~ 302 3, 68 | right faith, receive Baptism outside the ~Church, he does not 303 3, 68 | receive her Baptism even outside her fold, but that ~elsewhere 304 3, 73 | entering into salvation outside the Church, just as in the ~ 305 3, 73 | the deluge there was none outside the Ark, which denotes the ~ 306 3, 76 | be in this sacrament even outside the species of the ~bread, 307 3, 76 | above. But that it is not outside the superficies of the sacrament, 308 3, 77 | special privilege which are ~outside the common law. And so, 309 3, 77 | dimensive quantity existing outside matter; because a thing 310 3, 77 | 3: Further, nothing acts outside its species, because an 311 3, 77 | way as ~anything can act outside its species, not as by its 312 3, 79 | lesser, for ~nothing acts outside its species. But it is the 313 3, 79 | is made for ~them who are outside the pale of the Church. 314 3, 82 | thing as a true sacrifice ~outside the Catholic Church": and 315 3, 82 | not seem feasible for one outside the Church to ~act on behalf 316 3, 82 | seems that those who are outside the Church, such as those ~ 317 3, 82 | excommunicate, who are outside the pale of the Church, 318 3, 82 | sacrifice is offered wrongly outside the Church. Hence ~outside 319 3, 82 | outside the Church. Hence ~outside the Church there can be 320 3, 83 | not suffer in a house, but outside the ~city gate, according 321 3, 83 | the living God." Because "outside the Church there ~is no 322 3, 83 | Trinity": in fact, those outside the Church cannot consecrate. 323 3, 83 | world. while the part kept outside the chalice ~denotes those 324 Suppl, 8 | than a priest?~(3) Whether outside a case of necessity one 325 Suppl, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether, outside a case of necessity, anyone 326 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 1: It would seem that, outside a case of necessity, no 327 Suppl, 11| sacrament, do not ~extend outside the bounds of the sacrament. 328 Suppl, 21| prays for those who ~are outside the Church, as, for instance, 329 Suppl, 21| excommunicated, since they are outside ~the Church, and so the 330 Suppl, 21| publican." But heathens are ~outside the Church. Therefore they 331 Suppl, 22| excommunicated are already outside the Church. ~Therefore the 332 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person, outside those cases in which it 333 Suppl, 24| of one excommunication is outside ~the Church. Therefore so 334 Suppl, 24| was for several reasons outside the ~Church so is it possible 335 Suppl, 36| bound to him. ~Nevertheless, outside the case of necessity, it 336 Suppl, 38| Church. Therefore one who is outside the Church cannot confer 337 Suppl, 40| the tonsure is given even outside the office of the Mass. ~ 338 Suppl, 42| lest it tend to something outside the marriage blessings, ~ 339 Suppl, 43| but as regards ~things outside his person, at the end of 340 Suppl, 46| Further, all carnal union outside marriage is a sin. But the ~ 341 Suppl, 47| power to detain a thing ~outside its proper bounds." Therefore 342 Suppl, 58| lucid intervals, or marries outside a ~lucid interval, then, 343 Suppl, 58| religious vow is about ~matters outside the inclination of nature, 344 Suppl, 60| court, and thus to kill ~her outside of the act of adultery is 345 Suppl, 65| law to have a concubine outside ~wedlock, as stated above ( 346 Suppl, 65| intercourse ~with a woman outside wedlock is an action improportionate 347 Suppl, 66| corruption of the flesh occurs outside wedlock on account of a 348 Suppl, 69| the soul even when it ~is outside that place. Thus a bishop 349 Suppl, 69| kind does not place a man outside the state ~of meriting or 350 Suppl, 70| equally applies, are sometimes outside the place ~of hell, since 351 Suppl, 70| corporeal fire which exists outside ~the soul is the remote 352 Suppl, 70| of the damned are never outside hell, except by ~Divine 353 Suppl, 70| elect. And wherever they are outside hell they nevertheless always 354 Suppl, 70| Even so prisoners, though ~outside the prison, suffer somewhat 355 Suppl, 70| reward, ~if they happen to be outside the empyrean, in fact this 356 Suppl, 70| permission they happen to be outside hell for a time. A gloss 357 Suppl, 71| living, ~because the dead are outside civic life, the communication 358 Suppl, 72| nowise believe that anything ~outside that glory is unknown to 359 Suppl, 72| which it requires when it is outside its own ~sphere, it follows 360 Suppl, 72| in the elements existing outside the human body. Now the ~ 361 Suppl, 72| Now the ~elements existing outside the human body will be cleansed 362 Suppl, 72| body ~is more perfect than outside the body, because it is 363 Suppl, 79| sensation is a thing existing outside ~the soul and not an intention 364 Suppl, 79| the reception of things outside the soul. It must, ~however, 365 Suppl, 79| are transmuted by things ~outside the soul in two ways. First 366 Suppl, 79| natural quality as the thing ~outside the soul which acts on that 367 Suppl, 79| being" which the species had outside the ~soul (De Anima ii, 368 Suppl, 81| diminished whenever the body is outside its ~place; because that 369 Suppl, 88| impossible to place such a thing outside the ~universe. Therefore 370 Suppl, 88| in comparison with things outside it, it is not equally ~inclined 371 Suppl, 89| which ~it has in the thing outside the soul: for if the form 372 Suppl, 94| not beneath the earth but outside the globe.~Aquin.: SMT XP 373 Suppl, 94| place of punishment ~were outside the whole universe.~Aquin.: 374 Suppl, 94| element ~cannot last for ever outside its own place, especially


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