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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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quality

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | body, since figure is a ~quality of quantity. But God seems 2 1, 3 | existence is not an ~accidental quality, but subsisting truth." 3 1, 5 | as substance, quantity, quality, etc. Therefore goodness ~ 4 1, 5 | 1: Substance, quantity, quality, and everything included 5 1, 5 | inasmuch as it is an active quality of the first body that causes 6 1, 13 | to signify substance with quality; verbs ~and participles 7 1, 13 | applied to God, for ~He has no quality, nor accident, nor time; 8 1, 13 | To signify substance with quality is to signify the ~"suppositum" 9 1, 13 | signifying substance with quality. Further, verbs and participles 10 1, 13 | wisdom in creatures is a quality, but not in God. Now a ~ 11 1, 14 | Hence knowledge is not a quality of God, nor a habit; but ~ 12 1, 16 | Arbit. ii, 19), it is a good quality of the mind. Therefore the 13 1, 17 | be ~false as regards any quality not possessed by it; as 14 1, 28 | genera, as quantity and quality, in their strict and ~proper 15 1, 28 | relation," as in quantity and quality, even the true idea of the ~ 16 1, 28 | measure of substance, and quality is the disposition of ~substance. 17 1, 30 | there is ~no such thing as a quality), so number exists in God 18 1, 31 | to be avoided: ~and lest quality be taken away, we avoid 19 1, 33 | not white" to the genus of quality. Hence, since "begotten" 20 1, 40 | distinguished from black only by quality. But "hypostasis" ~signifies 21 1, 41 | ideas ~understood. Hence the quality of the will's action does 22 1, 41 | does not depend on the ~quality of the agent, but on the 23 1, 45 | according to quantity, quality and place; but sometimes 24 1, 45 | produces its like ~according to quality, but according to species.~ 25 1, 57 | body will show forth the quality of ~the soul; as to its 26 1, 62 | perfect ~charity has no quality of merit, but belongs rather 27 1, 65 | qualities, ~though each quality is good in itself. To those, 28 1, 67 | 3) Whether light is a quality?~(4) Whether light was fittingly 29 1, 67 | 1/1~Whether light is a quality?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 30 1, 67 | seem that light is not a quality. For every quality ~remains 31 1, 67 | not a quality. For every quality ~remains in its subject, 32 1, 67 | the active cause of the quality be ~removed, as heat remains 33 1, 67 | Therefore ~light is not a quality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 34 1, 67 | Further, every sensible quality has its opposite, as cold 35 1, 67 | therefore is ~not a sensible quality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 36 1, 67 | then, is not a sensible quality, but rather a substantial ~ 37 1, 67 | that light is a ~species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 38 1, 67 | that as heat is an active quality consequent on the ~substantial 39 1, 67 | fire, so light is an active quality consequent on the ~substantial 40 1, 67 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Since quality is consequent upon substantial 41 1, 67 | which the subject receives a quality differs as the mode differs 42 1, 67 | impressed, the ~consequent quality lasts for a time but is 43 1, 67 | forasmuch ~as it is the natural quality of the first corporeal cause 44 1, 67 | visible, ~inasmuch as it is a quality of the first sensible body.~ 45 1, 67 | stated above (A[3]), is a ~quality. But qualities are accidents, 46 1, 67 | place because light is a quality of the first ~body, as was 47 1, 67 | because light is a common quality. For light is common to 48 1, 67 | because it is more ~common quality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 49 1, 73 | strictly speaking, is a quality of bodies, yet the word 50 1, 76 | matter, not by an ~accidental quality, but by its own essence; 51 1, 76 | or ~through an accidental quality, as when we say that something 52 1, 76 | elementary forms. This ~quality of the mixture is the proper 53 1, 77 | or shape, or any other quality, or quantity, are in a body; 54 1, 77 | species of accident, that of quality. But if we ~take accident 55 1, 77 | directed to the ~passive quality which of itself is divided 56 1, 77 | accidental to a passive quality, for instance, to something ~ 57 1, 77 | substance, as quantity ~prior to quality. In this sense one accident 58 1, 40 | distinguished from black only by quality. But "hypostasis" ~signifies 59 1, 41 | ideas ~understood. Hence the quality of the will's action does 60 1, 41 | does not depend on the ~quality of the agent, but on the 61 1, 46 | according to quantity, quality and place; but sometimes 62 1, 46 | produces its like ~according to quality, but according to species.~ 63 1, 58 | body will show forth the quality of ~the soul; as to its 64 1, 63 | perfect ~charity has no quality of merit, but belongs rather 65 1, 66 | qualities, ~though each quality is good in itself. To those, 66 1, 68 | 3) Whether light is a quality?~(4) Whether light was fittingly 67 1, 68 | 1/1~Whether light is a quality?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 68 1, 68 | seem that light is not a quality. For every quality ~remains 69 1, 68 | not a quality. For every quality ~remains in its subject, 70 1, 68 | the active cause of the quality be ~removed, as heat remains 71 1, 68 | Therefore ~light is not a quality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 72 1, 68 | Further, every sensible quality has its opposite, as cold 73 1, 68 | therefore is ~not a sensible quality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 74 1, 68 | then, is not a sensible quality, but rather a substantial ~ 75 1, 68 | that light is a ~species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 76 1, 68 | that as heat is an active quality consequent on the ~substantial 77 1, 68 | fire, so light is an active quality consequent on the ~substantial 78 1, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Since quality is consequent upon substantial 79 1, 68 | which the subject receives a quality differs as the mode differs 80 1, 68 | impressed, the ~consequent quality lasts for a time but is 81 1, 68 | forasmuch ~as it is the natural quality of the first corporeal cause 82 1, 68 | visible, ~inasmuch as it is a quality of the first sensible body.~ 83 1, 68 | stated above (A[3]), is a ~quality. But qualities are accidents, 84 1, 68 | place because light is a quality of the first ~body, as was 85 1, 68 | because light is a common quality. For light is common to 86 1, 68 | because it is more ~common quality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 87 1, 72 | strictly speaking, is a quality of bodies, yet the word 88 1, 75 | matter, not by an ~accidental quality, but by its own essence; 89 1, 75 | or ~through an accidental quality, as when we say that something 90 1, 75 | elementary forms. This ~quality of the mixture is the proper 91 1, 76 | or shape, or any other quality, or quantity, are in a body; 92 1, 76 | species of accident, that of quality. But if we ~take accident 93 1, 76 | directed to the ~passive quality which of itself is divided 94 1, 76 | accidental to a passive quality, for instance, to something ~ 95 1, 76 | substance, as quantity ~prior to quality. In this sense one accident 96 1, 77 | not through a corporeal quality, ~and this is the operation 97 1, 77 | by virtue ~of a corporeal quality. Yet this transcends the 98 1, 77 | qualities, according as such quality ~belongs to a simple body 99 1, 77 | of quantity. Shape is a quality about quantity. Shape is 100 1, 77 | about quantity. Shape is a ~quality about quantity, since the 101 1, 77 | by reason of the sensible quality; as the surface by reason ~ 102 1, 77 | organ, by reason of the quality which is its proper ~object. 103 1, 77 | immutation by reason of the quality which is its proper object, 104 1, 77 | bitter: but by reason of a quality ~which is a preamble to, 105 1, 77 | based, the flavor, which quality ~is moisture, the object 106 1, 82 | our power to be ~of one quality or another; for this comes 107 1, 82 | 5 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 5: Quality in man is of two kinds: 108 1, 82 | adventitious. ~Now the natural quality may be in the intellectual 109 1, 82 | by virtue ~of a natural quality which is in the intellectual 110 1, 82 | such by virtue of a natural quality, inasmuch as he is ~of such 111 1, 82 | by ~virtue of a corporeal quality, such also does his end 112 1, 83 | immovable: for when a ~change of quality occurs, the substance remains 113 1, 88 | 5), that "a habit ~is a quality hard to remove: yet sometimes 114 1, 92 | of unity, for oneness in quality ~causes likeness, as the 115 1, 107 | parts, but are less akin in ~quality; so two angels who are on 116 1, 107 | we ~consider in fire the quality of clarity, or brightness; 117 1, 114 | action, save an ~active quality, which is an accident; and 118 1, 114 | substantial form. For the active quality, such as heat, although 119 1, 115 | disposition which is ~a species of quality, but in the sense in which 120 1, 116 | knowledge in the other. ~But a quality through which anyone acts 121 1, 116 | his like, is an ~active quality. Therefore it follows that 122 1, 116 | that knowledge is an active quality ~just as heat is.~Aquin.: 123 1, 116 | knowledge need not be an active quality: but is the principle by 124 2, 3 | alteration" to the genus "quality."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[ 125 2, 7 | than according to their quality of good or evil. But it ~ 126 2, 7 | circumstances cannot give quality to human acts; for a thing ~ 127 2, 7 | mode which refers to a ~quality of the act is a special 128 2, 7 | were, a ~certain accidental quality of the act.~ 129 2, 8 | pleasure, is in the genus "quality," or "action," or ~"passion"; 130 2, 18 | actions, they have not the quality of goodness.~Aquin.: SMT 131 2, 27 | each thing having the same quality actually: for ~example, 132 2, 27 | two things possessing the quality of whiteness are said to 133 2, 27 | by way of inclination, a quality which the other has actually: 134 2, 46 | from our considering a ~quality as disagreeing with our 135 2, 49 | 1) Whether habit is a quality? ~(2) Whether it is a distinct 136 2, 49 | is a distinct species of quality?~(3) Whether habit implies 137 2, 49 | 1/1~Whether habit is a quality?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 138 2, 49 | seem that habit is not a quality. For Augustine says ~(QQ. 139 2, 49 | have" belongs not only to quality, but also to the other ~ 140 2, 49 | Therefore habit is not a quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 141 2, 49 | Therefore habit is not a ~quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 142 2, 49 | Therefore habit is not a quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 143 2, 49 | Categor. vi) that "habit is a quality which is difficult to change."~ 144 2, 49 | between the subject and quality or quantity. ~Then there 145 2, 49 | in that case habit is a quality; since ~this mode of having 146 2, 49 | having is in respect of some quality: and of this the ~Philosopher 147 2, 49 | must say that habit is ~a quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 148 2, 49 | is a distinct species of quality?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 149 2, 49 | not a distinct species of quality. ~Because, as we have said ( 150 2, 49 | habit, in so far as it is a quality, is ~"a disposition whereby 151 2, 49 | happens in regard to any quality: for a thing happens to 152 2, 49 | not a ~distinct species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 153 2, 49 | from ~the other species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 154 2, 49 | belonging to ~the predicament of quality, but rather to movement 155 2, 49 | Therefore, since habit is "a quality difficult to ~change," it 156 2, 49 | be a distinct species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 157 2, 49 | vi) that "one species of quality is habit and disposition."~ 158 2, 49 | as the first species of quality. Now ~Simplicius, in his 159 2, 49 | have the ~second species of quality: while others regard a thing 160 2, 49 | have the third species of quality: if on the surface, we have ~ 161 2, 49 | have ~the fourth species of quality, as shape, and form which 162 2, 49 | distinction of the species of quality seems ~unsuitable. For there 163 2, 49 | from other qualities. For quality, properly speaking, implies 164 2, 49 | substantial being, is called quality, which is a ~difference 165 2, 49 | is ~called an accidental quality, which is also a kind of 166 2, 49 | have ~the fourth species of quality. And because quantity, considered 167 2, 49 | concern the fourth species of quality whether a ~thing be well 168 2, 49 | second and third species of quality. And ~therefore in both, 169 2, 49 | to the first species of quality, ~which is habit and disposition: 170 2, 49 | as the first species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 171 2, 49 | said to be disposed by some quality except ~in relation to something 172 2, 49 | habit, we must consider the quality's relation ~to the nature, 173 2, 49 | in the first species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 174 2, 49 | from the other species of quality, but from ~disposition. 175 2, 49 | according to which, when a quality is, by reason of its nature, ~ 176 2, 49 | specific differences (of a quality), although they belong to 177 2, 49 | movement, and not the genus of quality. For these differences, 178 2, 49 | apparently accidental to quality, nevertheless designate 179 2, 49 | proper and essential to quality. In the same way, in the 180 2, 49 | be the first species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 181 2, 49 | act, in so far as it is a quality: and in this ~respect it 182 2, 49 | before power as a species of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 183 2, 50 | change. But habit is ~a quality, difficult to change. Therefore 184 2, 50 | in the third species of quality, which is divided ~against 185 2, 50 | proceeds either from a natural quality of the body ~or from the 186 2, 50 | that the first species of ~quality belonged to the soul alone. 187 2, 50 | to the first species of quality, but by way of example: 188 2, 50 | in the first species of ~quality, as some maintained, differ 189 2, 50 | into the first ~species of quality. But Simplicius in his Commentary 190 2, 50 | in the ~first species of quality; whereas Aristotle puts 191 2, 50 | passion or passion-like quality, disposition and habit, 192 2, 50 | transitory; or passion-like quality if it ~is permanent. But 193 2, 50 | passion or ~passion-like quality, and habit an intensity 194 2, 50 | diversity among the species of quality. And therefore we must say ~ 195 2, 50 | to the first species of quality, it is prior to ~power, 196 2, 50 | itself, the power needs no quality to incline it. But since 197 2, 51 | by acts. For habit is a ~quality, as we have said above ( 198 2, 51 | Q[49], A[1]). Now every quality is caused ~in a subject, 199 2, 51 | Further, the thing wherein a quality is caused is moved to that ~ 200 2, 51 | caused is moved to that ~quality, as may be clearly seen 201 2, 51 | the act that causes the quality, moves, as ~may be seen 202 2, 51 | be multiplied a certain ~quality is formed in the power which 203 2, 51 | passive and moved, which quality ~is called a habit: just 204 2, 51 | But in order ~that some quality be caused in that which 205 2, 52 | quantity, ~but in that of quality. Therefore there can be 206 2, 52 | therefore it is clear how a quality or form may increase or 207 2, 52 | 11~But if we consider a quality or form in respect of its 208 2, 53 | Because a habit is a ~simple quality and form. Now a simple thing 209 2, 54 | A habit, since it is a quality, is a simple form. But ~ 210 2, 54 | that a habit is a simple quality, not composed to several 211 2, 55 | it seems that virtue is a quality of ~the soul in reference 212 2, 55 | to wit: "Virtue is a good quality of the mind, by which we ~ 213 2, 55 | describe virtue as a ~"good quality."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[55] A[ 214 2, 55 | good is more common than quality, since ~it is convertible 215 2, 55 | virtue, as a difference of quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[55] A[ 216 2, 55 | therefore, is not a good quality "of the mind."~Aquin.: SMT 217 2, 55 | it is defined as "a good ~quality": for "quality" is the genus 218 2, 55 | a good ~quality": for "quality" is the genus of virtue, 219 2, 55 | be more suitable if for "quality" we ~substitute "habit," 220 2, 55 | say ~that virtue is a good quality "of the mind."~Aquin.: SMT 221 2, 55 | which extends further ~than quality, but the good as fixed by 222 2, 56 | in the second species of quality. But virtue is ~a quality, 223 2, 56 | quality. But virtue is ~a quality, as we have said above ( 224 2, 56 | above (Q[55], A[4]): and quality is not the ~subject of quality. 225 2, 56 | quality is not the ~subject of quality. Therefore a power of the 226 2, 57 | does a work, but for the quality of the work. ~Art, therefore, 227 2, 57 | speculative habits: since the quality of the ~object considered 228 2, 66 | OBJ 2: Further, the chief quality of a thing is, seemingly, 229 2, 67 | science is ~a habit, it is a quality difficult to remove: for 230 2, 68 | for each ~gift is "a good quality of the mind, whereby we 231 2, 68 | habits. ~Because a habit is a quality abiding in man, being defined 232 2, 68 | man, being defined as "a quality ~difficult to remove," as 233 2, 71 | Justit. ii) that "vice is a ~quality in respect of which the 234 2, 71 | evil." But "virtue is a quality which makes its subject 235 2, 73 | pertains to its mode or ~quality: whereas the object is the 236 2, 78 | man sins, is a permanent quality, so that he who sins through ~ 237 2, 95 | 2) Its origin.~(3) Its quality.~(4) Its division.~Aquin.: 238 2, 95 | Isidore's description of the quality of positive law is ~appropriate?~ 239 2, 95 | Isidore's description of the quality of ~positive law is not 240 2, 95 | previously ~expressed the quality of law in three conditions, 241 2, 110 | 2) Whether grace is a quality?~(3) Whether grace differs 242 2, 110 | 1/1~Whether grace is a quality of the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 243 2, 110 | seem that grace is not a quality of the soul. For no ~quality 244 2, 110 | quality of the soul. For no ~quality acts on its subject, since 245 2, 110 | subject, since the action of a quality is not without ~the action 246 2, 110 | Therefore ~grace is not a quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[110] A[ 247 2, 110 | substance is nobler than quality. But grace is ~nobler than 248 2, 110 | Therefore grace is not a quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[110] A[ 249 2, 110 | 1~OBJ 3: Furthermore, no quality remains after it has ceased 250 2, 110 | But beauty of soul is a quality, even as beauty of body. ~ 251 2, 110 | body. ~Therefore grace is a quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[110] A[ 252 2, 110 | effect in man is ~not a quality, but a movement of the soul; 253 2, 110 | the gift of grace is a ~quality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[110] A[ 254 2, 110 | Reply OBJ 1: Grace, as a quality, is said to act upon the 255 2, 110 | good," and "it is a good quality ~of the mind, whereby we 256 2, 110 | OBJ 3: Further, grace is a quality. Now it is clearly not in 257 2, 110 | the ~"fourth" species of quality; viz. "form" which is the " 258 2, 110 | passion nor a passion-like quality," which is in the ~sensitive 259 2, 110 | to the first species of quality; and yet ~it is not the 260 2, 111 | is a certain accidental quality, it does ~not act upon the 261 2, 4 | that appear not." For no quality is a ~substance: whereas 262 2, 4 | substance: whereas faith is a quality, since it is a theological 263 2, 12 | OBJ 3: The species of a quality or form are not diversified 264 2, 16 | to know its nature ~and quality; yet, under the general 265 2, 28 | which is beneath. [*"The quality of mercy is not strained./' 266 2, 75 | thing and thing. Again, the quality of a ~thing that comes into 267 2, 75 | defective by lacking a ~fitting quality. But in order to know the 268 2, 75 | But in order to know the quality of a thing, much ~knowledge 269 2, 75 | defect is on the part of the quality, for instance, if a man ~ 270 2, 75 | quantity as to a defect ~in quality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 271 2, 121 | soul, since it is a ~"good quality of the mind," as stated 272 2, 127 | Further, "Virtue is a good quality of the mind," as stated 273 2, 135 | inasmuch as virtue is a "quality difficult to change."~Aquin.: 274 2, 139 | taste, is "the pleasing quality ~of the food." Therefore 275 2, 144 | the point of quantity and ~quality, belongs to the art of medicine 276 2, 146 | costly food; as regards ~its quality, he seeks food prepared 277 2, 150 | this reason is a bodily quality, ~"yet it is a spiritual 278 2, 176 | working miracles to be a quality abiding as a habit in the ~ 279 3, 2 | predicaments or as a species of quality. Therefore human nature 280 3, 2 | substance, but quantity, or quality, or some other mode of being. 281 3, 2 | predicate substance, but quality or quantity, or some ~other 282 3, 3 | man we find quantity and quality. But this is proper ~to 283 3, 3 | judge of it in regard to the quality of the Divine ~Person assuming, 284 3, 3 | and not according to the quality of the human nature ~assumed. 285 3, 7 | of all good." But a good ~quality of the mind is a virtue. 286 3, 14 | like to other men in the quality and not in ~the cause of 287 3, 37 | 51). Or, again, from some quality of the person who ~receives 288 3, 45 | in the fourth species of quality, whereas ~clarity is in 289 3, 45 | since it is a sensible quality. Therefore ~Christ's assuming 290 3, 45 | gifts, clarity alone is a quality of the ~very person in himself; 291 3, 45 | body, by way of a permanent quality affecting ~the body. Hence 292 3, 45 | body, not as an immanent quality affecting His ~very body, 293 3, 53 | Resurrection in itself; (2) the quality of the Person rising; (3) 294 3, 54 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE QUALITY OF CHRIST RISING AGAIN ( 295 3, 54 | have now to consider the quality of the rising Christ, which 296 3, 55 | insufficient for showing the ~quality of Christ's Resurrection.~ 297 3, 59 | perfectly regarding the quality of any action before its 298 3, 62 | alteration to the genus of quality: so, instrumental power, ~ 299 3, 63 | in the fourth species of quality, and thus ~differs from 300 3, 63 | to the third species of quality. Therefore a character is ~ 301 3, 63 | to the second species of ~quality.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 302 3, 63 | in the fourth species of quality, although some ~have held 303 3, 63 | 2: The third species of quality contains only sensible ~ 304 3, 63 | in the third species of quality as some have ~maintained.~ 305 3, 69 | which is defined as a "quality not ~easily removed, by 306 3, 77 | change be on the part of the quality, as for instance, when the 307 3, 77 | another partakes of its quality. But no ~liquid can share 308 3, 77 | liquid can share in the quality of the sacramental species, 309 3, 78 | substance in common, without quality, that is, without a ~determinate 310 3, 90 | habit, which is a ~simple quality of the mind. In like manner, 311 Suppl, 6 | Its minister; (4) Its quality; (5) Its effect; (6) The 312 Suppl, 9 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE QUALITY OF CONFESSION (FOUR ARTICLES) ~ 313 Suppl, 9 | We must now consider the quality of confession: under which 314 Suppl, 12| Its possibility; (3) Its quality; (4) The ~means whereby 315 Suppl, 14| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE QUALITY OF SATISFACTION (FIVE ARTICLES) ~ 316 Suppl, 14| We must now consider the quality of satisfaction, under which 317 Suppl, 44| instance likeness is founded on quality - and on something as its ~ 318 Suppl, 44| not the same identical quality that conduces to likeness, 319 Suppl, 44| but the same ~specific quality in each of the like subjects, 320 Suppl, 44| thus in the ~definition of quality the Philosopher employs 321 Suppl, 44| Cap. De Qualitate) that "quality is that whereby we are ~ 322 Suppl, 47| First, in ~respect of the quality of the danger feared, because 323 Suppl, 51| Therefore error ~concerning quality or fortune is equally an 324 Suppl, 51| Difference of fortune or of quality does not make a ~difference 325 Suppl, 51| error about a personal ~quality. If, however, the error 326 Suppl, 54| through intensity of the quality itself, in another way through 327 Suppl, 55| subjects dies, or when the ~quality that caused the likeness 328 Suppl, 65| a law should follow the quality of the ~law. Wherefore, 329 Suppl, 69| bodies after death; (2) the quality ~of separated souls, and 330 Suppl, 69| First, by sharing a same quality: thus hot things ~have something 331 Suppl, 69| situation, or as to the quality of the ~places, inasmuch 332 Suppl, 69| respect ~of the aforesaid quality of the places, there is 333 Suppl, 69| doubt, differ as to the quality of punishment or reward. 334 Suppl, 70| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE QUALITY OF THE SOUL AFTER LEAVING 335 Suppl, 70| next consider the general quality of the soul after leaving 336 Suppl, 72| this power is an absolute quality, such as ~heat in hot water, 337 Suppl, 72| substance, quantity, or quality, but ~only its place which 338 Suppl, 75| cannot be brought back to the quality of wine unless it first 339 Suppl, 76| their integrity, and their quality: and we ~shall inquire ( 340 Suppl, 76| integrity; (3) ~about their quality.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[79] Out. 341 Suppl, 76| OBJ 4: Even as a simple quality is not the substantial form 342 Suppl, 76| mixed body, which ~form is a quality resulting from simple qualities 343 Suppl, 78| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE QUALITY OF THOSE WHO RISE AGAIN ( 344 Suppl, 78| We must now consider the quality of those who rise again. 345 Suppl, 79| disposed by the same natural quality as the thing ~outside the 346 Suppl, 79| transmutation, as when a ~sensible quality is received in an instrument, 347 Suppl, 79| species or the intention of a quality, ~and not the quality itself 348 Suppl, 79| a quality, ~and not the quality itself is received: thus 349 Suppl, 79| because in this way the quality is received according to ~ 350 Suppl, 79| drawn away from natural quality, but is perfected by a ~ 351 Suppl, 80| is not ~required by any quality of the body, because a body 352 Suppl, 80| place, not ~by reason of its quality: wherefore if we remove 353 Suppl, 82| something in a body, so is the ~quality whereby a body is seen. 354 Suppl, 82| Therefore neither will the quality of visibility be subject 355 Suppl, 82| visibility, because even this quality whereby it is visible cannot 356 Suppl, 82| but the action of that quality will be ~suspended, and 357 Suppl, 83| reason of ~undue quantity, quality, or place - which deformity 358 Suppl, 83| movement, there will be no quality ~capable of altering the 359 Suppl, 83| human body from its natural quality. Now ~corruption, like generation, 360 Suppl, 83| altered by its natural ~quality, as stated above (A[2]), 361 Suppl, 87| will judge; but not for a quality of nature, namely of ~weakness, 362 Suppl, 88| Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE QUALITY OF THE WORLD AFTER THE JUDGMENT ( 363 Suppl, 88| We must next discuss the quality which the world and those 364 Suppl, 88| consideration: (1) The state and quality of the world; (2) The ~state 365 Suppl, 88| For just as light is a quality proper to a ~heavenly body, 366 Suppl, 88| superior to any corporeal quality by the dignity of ~their 367 Suppl, 92| not an operation, ~but a quality or disposition. Wherefore 368 Suppl, 96| incapable of an infinite quality, it must needs be infinite 369 Appen1, 1| Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE QUALITY OF THOSE SOULS WHO DEPART 370 Appen1, 2| Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE QUALITY OF SOULS WHO EXPIATE ACTUAL 371 Appen1, 2| susceptive of the agent's ~quality: and this cannot be said


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