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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 9 | everything which is in ~any way changed, is in some way in potentiality. 2 1, 9 | not-whiteness" and can ~therefore be changed from white to not-white. 3 1, 9 | Hence ~the subject cannot be changed as regards that kind of 4 1, 10 | not only things actually changed, but also ~things changeable; 5 1, 16 | which in ~itself has not changed, and in another way, when 6 1, 16 | another way, when the thing is changed, ~but not the opinion; and 7 1, 16 | remains, but the second is changed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 8 1, 19 | consequent consideration may ~be changed into the contrary. Thus 9 1, 19 | of man, that He should be changed" (Num. 23:19).~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 19 | certain things should be changed is another. It is possible 11 1, 19 | whereas the will would be changed, if one ~should begin to 12 1, 41 | movement: for that anything be changed from its disposition by ~ 13 1, 41 | creation the Creator is not ~changed, but the creature does not 14 1, 42 | generation, however, is ~not changed, as stated above (Q[27], 15 1, 43 | OBJ 2: Further, a thing is changed if it becomes something 16 1, 43 | But a divine person is not changed. Therefore the mission of 17 1, 45 | But to be made is to be changed. Therefore ~creation is 18 1, 45 | than "to change" and "to be changed," because ~"to make" and " 19 1, 46 | will, ~without itself being changed, puts off doing what it 20 1, 46 | hold that some ~region was changed an infinite number of times, 21 1, 48 | patient. And if the tempted is changed to evil by the tempter he 22 1, 51 | nature that food could be ~changed into it; hence it was a 23 1, 51 | taken by angels ~was neither changed into the assumed body, nor 24 1, 51 | nature that food could be changed into it; consequently, it 25 1, 53 | longer in motion, but is ~changed. But a process of changing 26 1, 53 | movement be ~continuous, he is changed through infinite places 27 1, 54 | actions nothing outside is changed, ~but the whole action takes 28 1, 63 | preserved were it to be changed into another nature. Consequently, ~ 29 1, 64 | which, we say, have not been changed at all, but ~remain entire 30 1, 66 | made means merely to be changed; ~for since that preceding 31 1, 75 | be a subject, and to be changed, for it is a subject to 32 1, 75 | To be a subject and to be changed belong to matter by ~reason 33 1, 75 | subject to knowledge, and is changed from ~ignorance to knowledge, 34 1, 77 | animal, ~its species is not changed by a difference of color, 35 1, 41 | movement: for that anything be changed from its disposition by ~ 36 1, 41 | creation the Creator is not ~changed, but the creature does not 37 1, 42 | generation, however, is ~not changed, as stated above (Q[27], 38 1, 43 | OBJ 2: Further, a thing is changed if it becomes something 39 1, 43 | But a divine person is not changed. Therefore the mission of 40 1, 46 | But to be made is to be changed. Therefore ~creation is 41 1, 46 | than "to change" and "to be changed," because ~"to make" and " 42 1, 47 | will, ~without itself being changed, puts off doing what it 43 1, 47 | hold that some ~region was changed an infinite number of times, 44 1, 49 | patient. And if the tempted is changed to evil by the tempter he 45 1, 52 | nature that food could be ~changed into it; hence it was a 46 1, 52 | taken by angels ~was neither changed into the assumed body, nor 47 1, 52 | nature that food could be changed into it; consequently, it 48 1, 54 | longer in motion, but is ~changed. But a process of changing 49 1, 54 | movement be ~continuous, he is changed through infinite places 50 1, 55 | actions nothing outside is changed, ~but the whole action takes 51 1, 64 | preserved were it to be changed into another nature. Consequently, ~ 52 1, 65 | which, we say, have not been changed at all, but ~remain entire 53 1, 67 | made means merely to be changed; ~for since that preceding 54 1, 74 | be a subject, and to be changed, for it is a subject to 55 1, 74 | To be a subject and to be changed belong to matter by ~reason 56 1, 74 | subject to knowledge, and is changed from ~ignorance to knowledge, 57 1, 76 | animal, ~its species is not changed by a difference of color, 58 1, 77 | required, whereby the food is changed into ~the substance of the 59 1, 78 | 10). But one power is not changed into another. ~Therefore 60 1, 83 | reach, ~is continually being changed; and what is never the same 61 1, 88 | of a light object is not changed, when it is in its proper 62 1, 93 | nature of the eyes is not changed by ~sin. Therefore this 63 1, 95 | nature of animals was not changed by man's sin, as ~if those 64 1, 95 | But man ~could not have changed the course of the heavenly 65 1, 96 | thing is said to suffer when changed from its ~natural disposition. 66 1, 96 | on the ~part of the food changed into the substance of the 67 1, 96 | taken as food; since food is changed into the ~substance of the 68 1, 105 | 105], A[4]), the will is changed in ~two ways; on the part 69 1, 107 | the souls of bad men are ~changed into demons; for Chrysostom 70 1, 109 | for the body of man is ~changed by a conception of the soul 71 1, 109 | more is ~corporeal matter changed by a conception of an angel.~ 72 1, 109 | the body to be formally changed by the soul's concept; ~ 73 1, 110 | be, ~however, unless they changed the will. Therefore the 74 1, 110 | this could only be if they changed the will. Therefore ~the 75 1, 110 | Therefore ~the will is changed by them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 76 1, 110 | serves ~the intellect can be changed by an angel, so can the 77 1, 110 | answer that, The will can be changed in two ways. First, from 78 1, 110 | imaginative faculty, to be changed by ~an angel.~Aquin.: SMT 79 1, 110 | principle were being then changed ~by the external objects 80 1, 110 | the senses; but these are changed always by the ~sensible 81 1, 110 | that, The senses may be changed in a twofold manner; from ~ 82 1, 110 | see that the senses are changed when the spirits and humors 83 1, 110 | whereby the senses are changed in ~various ways.~Aquin.: 84 1, 113 | that the human body be changed ~into the body of a beast, 85 1, 114 | the inferior powers can be changed, ~has less influence on 86 1, 115 | said that fate ~could be changed by certain sacrifices, as 87 1, 116 | human soul the human body is changed to heat ~and cold, as appears 88 1, 116 | corporeal matter is not ~changed to (the reception of) a 89 1, 116 | united to that soul are changed, which change in the spirits ~ 90 1, 118 | any part of the food is changed into true human nature?~( 91 1, 118 | some part of the food is changed into true human nature?~ 92 1, 118 | that none of the food is changed into true human ~nature. 93 1, 118 | what is ~cast out is not changed into the reality of human 94 1, 118 | Therefore none ~of the food is changed into true human nature.~ 95 1, 118 | Therefore the food is not changed into true human nature.~ 96 1, 118 | recovered if the food were changed into the ~humor. Therefore 97 1, 118 | humor. Therefore food is not changed into true human nature.~ 98 1, 118 | Further, if the food were changed into true human nature, ~ 99 1, 118 | Further, if the food is changed into true human nature, 100 1, 118 | Therefore the food is not changed into true human ~nature.~ 101 1, 118 | having lost its form, is changed into the ~texture of the 102 1, 118 | nature. Therefore the food is changed into the reality of human ~ 103 1, 118 | these, the food is not changed into true human nature; 104 1, 118 | so that something else be changed into true ~human nature. 105 1, 118 | by something else being changed into it. Consequently no ~ 106 1, 118 | result of the food being changed into the true human nature. ~ 107 1, 118 | if ~their food were not changed into their true nature. 108 1, 118 | that the food is really ~changed into the true human nature 109 2, 5 | since man's will can be changed ~so as to fall to vice from 110 2, 6 | active ~principle, when it is changed by it. But the will is a 111 2, 6 | concupiscence; for his will is ~changed so that he desires that 112 2, 9 | sensitive appetite ~man is changed to a certain disposition. 113 2, 18 | less white a thing is not changed in ~regard to its species 114 2, 22 | organs of the soul can ~be changed in two ways. First, by a 115 2, 22 | apprehension: thus is the eye changed by the ~object visible, 116 2, 26 | whereby the appetite is changed by the appetible object, 117 2, 33 | that is ~past. But if he be changed from that disposition, the 118 2, 40 | since their minds are easily changed. Therefore ~youth and drunkenness 119 2, 49 | nature, are ~not easily changed, in that they have unchangeable 120 2, 52 | the ~species of color is changed when a thing from being 121 2, 53 | changes. Now nothing is ~changed without a moving cause. 122 2, 67 | species ~of that thing is changed: even as it would no longer 123 2, 67 | same, when the form is ~changed: for genus and difference 124 2, 85 | when that which follows is changed, that which precedes remains 125 2, 85 | when its accidents ~are changed. But nature exists before 126 2, 85 | voluntary act, nature is not changed ~on that account, so that 127 2, 85 | Wherefore nature is not ~changed in itself, through a change 128 2, 85 | the ~inclination that is changed in so far as it is directed 129 2, 86 | sin of prodigality, ~is so changed as to fall into a sin of 130 2, 88 | morally, if the will be changed, although the act be ~continuous 131 2, 88 | however, the will be not changed, it is not ~possible for 132 2, 88 | into which it is never changed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 133 2, 89 | venial in itself could not be changed into mortal by reason of 134 2, 94 | Whether the natural law can be changed?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 135 2, 94 | that the natural law can be changed. Because on ~Ecclus. 17: 136 2, 94 | that which is corrected is changed. Therefore ~the natural 137 2, 94 | the natural law can be changed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 138 2, 94 | But we find these things changed by God: as when ~God commanded 139 2, 94 | Therefore the natural law can be changed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 140 2, 94 | these things are seen to be changed by human laws. Therefore 141 2, 94 | natural law from being changed: since many things for the 142 2, 94 | the natural law is not changed so that ~what it prescribes 143 2, 94 | most cases. But it may be changed in ~some particular cases 144 2, 94 | the law of nature was not ~changed in this respect, except 145 2, 97 | Whether it should be always changed, whenever anything better 146 2, 97 | application of human law should be changed by ~dispensation of those 147 2, 97 | Whether human law should be changed in any way?~Aquin.: SMT 148 2, 97 | human law should not be changed in any way at ~all. Because 149 2, 97 | however just, may be justly changed in course of time."~Aquin.: 150 2, 97 | many ~ways; and these were changed by subsequent lawgivers 151 2, 97 | the law can be ~rightly changed on account of the changed 152 2, 97 | changed on account of the changed condition of man, to whom ~ 153 2, 97 | human law should always be changed, whenever something better ~ 154 2, 97 | that human law should be changed, whenever ~something better 155 2, 97 | unless human laws had been changed when it was found possible ~ 156 2, 97 | seems that laws ~should be changed, whenever anything better 157 2, 97 | those traditions ~to be changed which we have received from 158 2, 97 | human law is rightly changed, in ~so far as such change 159 2, 97 | Consequently, when a law is changed, the binding ~power of the 160 2, 97 | human law should never be changed, unless, in some way or ~ 161 2, 97 | followed hitherto ~should be changed. But "laws derive very great 162 2, 97 | they should not be ~quickly changed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[97] A[ 163 2, 97 | proves that laws ought to be changed: not in ~view of any improvement, 164 2, 97 | speech, law can be both changed and expounded, in so far 165 2, 97 | make a custom, law ~can be changed and expounded; and also 166 2, 97 | Wherefore they cannot be changed by a custom proceeding ~ 167 2, 100 | reproved for ~that "they have changed the ordinance, they have 168 2, 100 | the decalogue cannot be changed by ~dispensation.~Aquin.: 169 2, 102 | state of the Old Law was not changed except by ~Christ. But the 170 2, 102 | it ~should not have been changed by the building of a temple.~ 171 2, 102 | of the Old Law was ~not changed as regards the fulfilment 172 2, 102 | Christ alone: but it was changed as regards the condition 173 2, 102 | was placed a ~stone which changed color according to the various 174 2, 104 | the state of that people changed ~with the coming of Christ, 175 2, 104 | the ~laws must needs be changed. For democracy, which is 176 2, 104 | the state of that people changed, the judicial precepts ~ 177 2, 104 | judicial precepts ~had to be changed also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] 178 2, 104 | judicial precepts needed to be changed ~also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 179 2, 108 | fixed by the Law, was to be changed into spiritual worship: 180 2, 113 | transmutation whereby anyone is changed by the remission of ~sins 181 2, 4 | becomes lifeless, faith is not changed, ~but its subject, the soul, 182 2, 75 | price something that has changed for the better, he ~would 183 2, 75 | the value of the thing has changed with ~the change of place 184 2, 81 | changeable, and that it is changed ~by prayers and other things 185 2, 86 | be holy, and cannot be ~changed, neither a better for a 186 2, 86 | reason it could not be ~changed: even so neither may one 187 2, 92 | the former, he says: "They changed the ~glory of the incorruptible 188 2, 98 | again, their rank being changed as stated.~Aquin.: SMT SS 189 2, 104 | incurable, then his heart has ~changed, and consequently no repayment 190 2, 108 | if circumstances have ~changed with regard to persons and 191 2, 109 | be employed"; and David "changed ~his countenance before" 192 2, 121 | greater ~power than not to be changed by another. Now to attack 193 2, 128 | reason of which it can be ~so changed as to obtain the action 194 2, 163 | least, man's ~imagination is changed by the devil [*Cf. FP, Q[ 195 2, 163 | believe that its soul was changed ~into a rational nature, 196 2, 171 | intellect, and these are changed by the species ~derived 197 2, 182 | more." Now when a ~man is changed from sin to grace, he is 198 3, 1 | completed through ~God being changed in any way from the state 199 3, 2 | several things, perfect but changed, ~as a mixture is made up 200 3, 2 | hence neither ~can it be changed into something else, since 201 3, 2 | nor can ~anything else be changed into it, for it cannot be 202 3, 2 | of things not mixed nor changed, but ~imperfect; as man 203 3, 2 | personally, ~and not that It is changed into flesh. So likewise 204 3, 2 | inasmuch as the garment is changed, for it is shaped according 205 3, 2 | it on, and yet he is not changed from his form on ~account 206 3, 2 | but the Word of God is not changed, as Augustine says ~(Qq. 207 3, 3 | incarnate, not that it is ~changed to flesh, but that it assumed 208 3, 5 | Word was made flesh" as if changed to flesh, but because He ~ 209 3, 13 | bodies were ~miraculously changed from their course, as Dionysius 210 3, 13 | Further, the body is naturally changed by the imaginations of the ~ 211 3, 13 | soul; and so much more changed, the stronger the soul's 212 3, 16 | to be made man is to be changed. But God cannot be the ~ 213 3, 16 | then to ~be made is to be changed; and this takes place in 214 3, 16 | anything, ~unless it be newly changed to whiteness or greatness. 215 3, 16 | right side without being ~changed and merely by the change 216 3, 16 | that is said to be made is changed, since it may ~happen by 217 3, 25 | principally for that "they changed the glory of the ~incorruptible 218 3, 36 | course of the stars can be changed at a ~man's birth."~Aquin.: 219 3, 43 | to work miracles when He changed water into wine at ~the 220 3, 43 | to work miracles when He ~changed water into wine at the marriage 221 3, 44 | the heavenly bodies ~be changed, the distinction and order 222 3, 44 | order of the seasons is changed. But ~there is no report 223 3, 44 | creature whatsoever to be changed by God, according to His ~ 224 3, 44 | greater miracle than when He changed water into wine, for there 225 3, 44 | Christ, when He willed, ~changed the minds of men by His 226 3, 44 | softened, ~and the whole world changed for the better by the virtue 227 3, 45 | fitting for a true body to be changed into ~various shapes [figuras], 228 3, 46 | the wine into which Christ changed the water at ~the wedding-feast. 229 3, 52 | which man's ~state can be changed from sin into grace: but 230 3, 54 | one suppose that Christ changed His features ~at the Resurrection." 231 3, 54 | but the semblance is ~changed, when, ceasing to be mortal, 232 3, 54 | because Christ's body was not changed after the Resurrection, ~ 233 3, 54 | that "if aught could be ~changed in Christ's body after His 234 3, 57 | Christ's body was in no ~way changed after the Resurrection. 235 3, 59 | his life, ~since he can be changed in many respects from good 236 3, 60 | although the sensible sound is changed, ~yet the sense remains 237 3, 60 | the Greeks ~the sense is changed also in the beginning of 238 3, 60 | But if the ~order is so changed that the sense of the words 239 3, 61 | the sacraments have been changed, so that ~besides the sacraments 240 3, 66 | the water's nature is not changed. Consequently ~such water 241 3, 66 | a mixed body: thus water changed into the juice of the grape ~ 242 3, 66 | matter ~how much it may be changed, as long as the species 243 3, 66 | just as neither is water changed wherein meat and the like ~ 244 3, 72 | sacraments ~should not be changed for the purpose of avoiding 245 3, 73 | this, that the former is changed into the substance of the 246 3, 73 | flesh, but thou shalt be changed into Me." But one can be ~ 247 3, 73 | into Me." But one can be ~changed into Christ, and be incorporated 248 3, 74 | and other accidents are changed; hence ~the body of Christ 249 3, 74 | itself when the wine is changed into blood: but ~such an 250 3, 74 | said that as the wine is ~changed into blood, so the water 251 3, 74 | into blood, so the water is changed into the water which flowed ~ 252 3, 74 | holds that the water is ~changed into wine, and the wine 253 3, 74 | was used that it would be changed into wine. ~Consequently, 254 3, 74 | excluded: but when the water is changed into wine, it is signified 255 3, 75 | annihilated?~(3) Whether it is changed into the body and blood 256 3, 75 | into itself. But what is changed into another thing, ~no 257 3, 75 | matter; e.g. when air is changed ~into fire, the form of 258 3, 75 | the bread and wine to be changed into Christ's flesh and ~ 259 3, 75 | is annihilated; for it is changed into the body of ~Christ; 260 3, 75 | term "wherefrom," is not changed ~into another form; but 261 3, 75 | substance of the bread is changed into the body of Christ, 262 3, 75 | substance of the bread is changed, is something, and consequently 263 3, 75 | into it: as ~when air is changed into fire not already existing, 264 3, 75 | Therefore, if bread be changed into the ~body of Christ, 265 3, 75 | Consequently, the bread is not ~changed into the substance of Christ' 266 3, 75 | substance of bread to be changed into the substance of Christ' 267 3, 75 | earthly and mortal things be changed ~into the substance of Christ."~ 268 3, 75 | substance of one thing be changed into the whole substance 269 3, 75 | substance of the bread is changed into the whole substance 270 3, 75 | substances, one ~of which is changed into the other, it is in 271 3, 75 | Reply OBJ 3: Form cannot be changed into form, nor matter into 272 3, 75 | substantial form of the ~bread is changed into the soul. Therefore 273 3, 75 | substance of the bread is changed into the body of Christ, ~ 274 3, 75 | nothing of the bread would be changed into the body ~of Christ, 275 3, 75 | follow that it would be ~changed, not into the whole body 276 3, 75 | the form of the bread is changed into the form of ~Christ' 277 3, 75 | matter, such as that it is changed into something else, ~or 278 3, 75 | difficult for this whole to be changed into that whole, so ~that 279 3, 76 | bread and wine cannot be ~changed either into the Godhead 280 3, 76 | of ~the bread and wine is changed, as expressed by the words 281 3, 76 | the bread or wine are not changed into the dimensions ~of 282 3, 76 | a body, ~nor is it ever changed into a spirit. Now it is 283 3, 76 | consecrated body is not changed, and the power of the ~blessing, 284 3, 77 | and when this substance is changed into the body ~and blood 285 3, 77 | felt from the senses being changed by a ~sensible thing, as 286 3, 77 | latter at first ~appears changed and corrupted; whereas no 287 3, 77 | blood ~of Christ be again changed back into the substance 288 3, 77 | without the fire being again changed into air. But if the ~substance 289 3, 77 | nourish as though they were changed into the human ~body, but 290 3, 77 | wit, ~Christ's body is not changed into man's body, but nourishes 291 3, 77 | body is made, yet they are changed into those things ~stated 292 3, 77 | in the chalice, it is not changed ~into the blood, nor is 293 3, 78 | the bread and wine are not changed into his body and blood. ~ 294 3, 78 | Further, that which is changed is implied in the subject 295 3, 78 | sins." For as the bread is changed by the power ~of consecration 296 3, 78 | Christ's body, so is the wine changed into Christ's ~blood, as 297 3, 78 | to continue, and ~to be changed into something else? And 298 3, 78 | the bread is said to be changed into Christ's body ~solely 299 3, 82 | But those words are not changed, whether spoken by a ~priest 300 3, 82 | the bread and ~wine are changed supernaturally into the 301 3, 83 | affirm, that the wine is changed ~into blood when the particle 302 3, 86 | without his will being changed. Now the offense of mortal ~ 303 3, 86 | for man's will to be so changed as to turn ~to God and to 304 3, 89 | that which is not cannot be changed. But to be deadened is ~ 305 3, 89 | to be deadened is ~to be changed from life to death. Since 306 Suppl, 1 | altogether ~diverse cannot be changed, one into the other. Now 307 Suppl, 10| guilt, but ~one guilt is changed into another.~Aquin.: SMT 308 Suppl, 10| follow that one guilt is ~changed into another but that it 309 Suppl, 11| observed, if the commandment be changed to the ~contrary. Now the 310 Suppl, 11| of the ~Church cannot be changed at the will of an individual. 311 Suppl, 18| suitable to all, but have to be changed ~according to the judgment 312 Suppl, 49| cause of matrimony, is often changed. Therefore the ~marriage 313 Suppl, 54| blood that is proximately changed into the semen, ~as proved 314 Suppl, 59| husband leave her after he has changed his life by ~dying to his 315 Suppl, 70| follow that the soul is changed in its natural properties, 316 Suppl, 70| wherefore they cannot be changed into one another, as ~Boethius 317 Suppl, 70| whereby the patient is changed into the nature of the agent. 318 Suppl, 71| that they can no more be changed by any works in respect 319 Suppl, 71| state of the dead ~cannot be changed by the works of the living, 320 Suppl, 72| the world shall also be changed to a better state, so that 321 Suppl, 72| matter, while all will be ~changed as regards their imperfection; 322 Suppl, 72| substantial form but ~will be changed to the form of heaven. In 323 Suppl, 72| aforesaid ~qualities to be changed, except for a time by some 324 Suppl, 72| but that two will be more ~changed from the property which 325 Suppl, 72| would seem especially to be ~changed from the virtue which they 326 Suppl, 72| elements especially will be changed from the property ~which 327 Suppl, 75| but we shall not all be ~changed" (1 Cor. 15:51). Therefore 328 Suppl, 75| into the very elements, ~or changed into the flesh of other 329 Suppl, 75| the human body has been changed. The ~first proposition 330 Suppl, 75| The human body, although changed into the ~substance of other 331 Suppl, 76| Whatsoever things are changed in their corruptible substance 332 Suppl, 77| the wine ~would not now be changed into His blood in the Sacrament 333 Suppl, 77| again in it. For food is changed into ~the truth of human 334 Suppl, 77| human flesh which would be changed into his substance. ~Therefore 335 Suppl, 77| it be said that what was changed into seed was not ~that 336 Suppl, 77| then the ~surplus food be changed into seed, that which belonged 337 Suppl, 77| fashioned: and that what is changed from food into true flesh ~ 338 Suppl, 77| so that which is secondly changed from food into flesh ~does 339 Suppl, 77| flesh as that which was ~changed first, and consequently 340 Suppl, 77| that the flesh eaten is not changed into the seed whereof the ~ 341 Suppl, 77| of the flesh eaten to be changed into ~seed, because it is 342 Suppl, 77| the ~eaten flesh which is changed into seed belongs to the 343 Suppl, 77| down ~(ad 3), whatever was changed into the seed will rise 344 Suppl, 77| the eaten flesh, not being changed ~into seed, will clearly 345 Suppl, 80| because a body cannot be changed ~into a spirit, since there 346 Suppl, 80| possible, and one's body were changed into a spirit, one would 347 Suppl, 80| animale] bodies, as being ~changed into souls [animam]: and 348 Suppl, 80| anew, except one of them be changed. Whereas ~if, as is the 349 Suppl, 80| unchanged in nature though changed in glory."~Aquin.: SMT XP 350 Suppl, 81| under a negation it ~is changed into affirmation, and "vice 351 Suppl, 81| changing precedes to be changed," as is proved in Phys. 352 Suppl, 82| to its perfection being changed. ~Consequently it will be 353 Suppl, 83| 15:52): "And we shall be ~changed": and a gloss says: "We - 354 Suppl, 83| the good alone - will be changed with ~the unchangeableness 355 Suppl, 83| whereby the ~patient is changed from its natural disposition. 356 Suppl, 83| leads to the body being changed from its natural ~disposition. 357 Suppl, 83| impossible for the body to be changed from its natural ~disposition, 358 Suppl, 88| would seem that they will be changed from their natural ~qualities, 359 Suppl, 88| this final renewal, will be changed for the ~better. Therefore 360 Suppl, 93| condition of human nature being changed, virginity has a ~special 361 Suppl, 95| the separated soul is not ~changed from its disposition by 362 Suppl, 96| of the damned cannot be ~changed, the threatened punishment


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