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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | that heat cannot be the substantial form of fire, because it 2 1, 5 | is precisely each thing's substantial being. Hence by its ~substantial 3 1, 5 | substantial being. Hence by its ~substantial being, everything is said 4 1, 5 | viewed in its ~primal (i.e. substantial) being a thing is said to 5 1, 5 | the fire ~follows from its substantial form. Now in causing, goodness 6 1, 6 | which it has through its own substantial form; ~its secondary perfection 7 1, 7 | as ~existing under some substantial form, remains in potentiality 8 1, 7 | body has some determined substantial form. Since therefore ~the 9 1, 7 | accidents follow upon the substantial form, it is necessary that ~ 10 1, 9 | mutability both as ~regards substantial being, inasmuch as their 11 1, 9 | with ~privation of their substantial form, and also as regards 12 1, 9 | bodies are not mutable ~as to substantial being, but only as to locality, 13 1, 9 | change either as ~regards substantial being as in the case of 14 1, 9 | from mutability as regards ~substantial or accidental being; for 15 1, 10 | the heavenly bodies, the substantial being ~of which is unchangeable; 16 1, 25 | For the addition ~of a substantial difference in definitions 17 1, 28 | transferred to God, has a substantial existence; for there is 18 1, 29 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Substantial differences being unknown 19 1, 29 | differences in ~the place of substantial; as, for example, we may 20 1, 29 | accidents are the effects of substantial forms, and make them known. 21 1, 34 | that "the Word of God is substantial and has a ~hypostatic being; 22 1, 36 | anything ~concerning the substantial Divinity except what has 23 1, 44 | distinction between the substantial form ~and matter, which 24 1, 44 | according as they are "these" by substantial forms, but also ~according 25 1, 44 | form, either accidental ~or substantial. But here we are speaking 26 1, 45 | alteration, because the substantial form is nobler ~than the 27 1, 45 | yet the privation of the substantial form, ~which is the term " 28 1, 45 | only in potentiality, as in substantial change, the subject of ~ 29 1, 45 | be made according to its substantial or ~accidental form. But 30 1, 45 | is made according to the substantial or the accidental form, 31 1, 45 | passive form. Therefore the substantial form is not produced by 32 1, 45 | nature act by virtue of substantial ~forms: and therefore the 33 1, 48 | find the privation of ~the substantial form in natural things, 34 1, 48 | which is the subject of the substantial form, and of ~privation 35 1, 53 | illumination, and in the substantial generation of fire, there 36 1, 53 | And so illumination and ~substantial generation are called instantaneous 37 1, 54 | potentiality in regard to ~substantial being itself, whereas the 38 1, 59 | to its own being by its substantial ~form: while it is inclined 39 1, 65 | change as regards their substantial form. But incorruptible ~ 40 1, 66 | preceding form bestowed actual substantial being, and made ~some particular 41 1, 67 | heavenly bodies is a cause of substantial forms of earthly bodies, ~ 42 1, 67 | sensible quality, but rather a substantial ~or spiritual form.~Aquin.: 43 1, 67 | that light is the sun's substantial form, but this also seems ~ 44 1, 67 | reasons. First, because substantial forms are not of ~themselves 45 1, 67 | impossible that what is the ~substantial form of one thing should 46 1, 67 | form of another; ~since substantial forms of their very nature 47 1, 67 | species: ~wherefore the substantial form always and everywhere 48 1, 67 | species. But light is not the substantial form of air, for if it were, ~ 49 1, 67 | Hence it cannot be ~the substantial form of the sun.~Aquin.: 50 1, 67 | quality consequent on the ~substantial form of fire, so light is 51 1, 67 | quality consequent on the ~substantial form of the sun, or of another 52 1, 67 | quality is consequent upon substantial form, the mode ~in which 53 1, 67 | which a subject receives a substantial form. For when matter receives 54 1, 67 | into fire. When, ~however, substantial form is received imperfectly, 55 1, 67 | matter were in receipt of a substantial form, and light were a certain ~ 56 1, 67 | a certain ~inception of substantial form. For this reason light 57 1, 67 | cause, by virtue of the substantial form, so does light act ~ 58 1, 67 | bodies, towards producing ~substantial forms; and towards rendering 59 1, 67 | created at the beginning with substantial forms, afterwards ~receiving 60 1, 68 | opinions given above, that the substantial formation of the ~firmament 61 1, 69 | was impressed with the ~substantial form of water, so as to 62 1, 69 | movement, and with the ~substantial form of earth, so as to 63 1, 70 | perfected, either by adding substantial form to formless ~matter, 64 1, 70 | day, by receiving ~not its substantial form, but a determination 65 1, 74 | matter existed under the substantial form of the ~elements, and 66 1, 75 | have "an ~incorruptible substantial life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 67 1, 76 | body there is any other substantial form?~(5) Of the qualities 68 1, 76 | matter. But the body has a ~substantial form by which it is a body. 69 1, 76 | body. Therefore some other substantial ~form in the body precedes 70 1, 76 | animal there must be another substantial ~form, by which the body 71 1, 76 | were not in man some other substantial form besides ~the rational 72 1, 76 | mixed body; and ~these are substantial forms. Therefore in the 73 1, 76 | human body there are other ~substantial forms besides the intellectual 74 1, 76 | one thing there is but one substantial being. But ~the substantial 75 1, 76 | substantial being. But ~the substantial form gives substantial being. 76 1, 76 | the substantial form gives substantial being. Therefore of one 77 1, 76 | thing ~there is but one substantial form. But the soul is the 78 1, 76 | form. But the soul is the substantial form ~of man. Therefore 79 1, 76 | there to be in man another ~substantial form besides the intellectual 80 1, 76 | in man there is another substantial ~form, by which the body 81 1, 76 | united to the body as its ~substantial form, as we have said above ( 82 1, 76 | impossible for ~another substantial form besides the intellectual 83 1, 76 | we must consider that the substantial ~form differs from the accidental 84 1, 76 | but relatively. Now the substantial form gives ~being simply; 85 1, 76 | pre-existed in matter ~another substantial form by which the subject 86 1, 76 | consequently that it is not the substantial form: and so at the ~advent 87 1, 76 | that there is no other substantial form in man ~besides the 88 1, 76 | Avicenna held that the substantial forms of the elements ~remain 89 1, 76 | medium between accidental and substantial forms, and ~so can be "more" 90 1, 76 | more impossible. For the substantial being of each ~thing consists 91 1, 76 | it is impossible for any substantial form ~to receive "more" 92 1, 76 | proper disposition for the substantial form ~of the mixed body; 93 1, 76 | be in matter before the ~substantial form; and therefore before 94 1, 76 | soul, since the soul is a ~substantial form.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 95 1, 76 | dimensions in matter ~before the substantial forms, which are many belonging 96 1, 76 | before the soul, which is the substantial form.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 97 1, 76 | united to the body as the ~substantial form, as we have already 98 1, 76 | the soul, or ~between any substantial form whatever and its matter. 99 1, 76 | actual existence by ~the substantial form, which makes it to 100 1, 76 | pre-exist in matter before the substantial form, and consequently ~ 101 1, 76 | accidental ~form, but the substantial form of the body. Now the 102 1, 76 | form of the body. Now the substantial form ~perfects not only 103 1, 76 | accidental. But the soul is a substantial form; and therefore it must 104 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the substantial form is simpler than the 105 1, 77 | sign of which is that the substantial form is not intensified 106 1, 77 | Much more therefore is that substantial form which is the soul.~ 107 1, 77 | is not the principle of a substantial ~difference. But sensitive 108 1, 77 | sensitive and rational are substantial differences; and ~they are 109 1, 77 | in potentiality is the ~substantial form. Therefore the potentiality 110 1, 77 | exists. Now the composite has substantial existence ~through the substantial 111 1, 77 | substantial existence ~through the substantial form; and it operates by 112 1, 77 | which results ~from the substantial form. Hence an active accidental 113 1, 77 | accidental form is to the ~substantial form of the agent (for instance, 114 1, 77 | of action is due ~to the substantial form. Therefore the substantial 115 1, 77 | substantial form. Therefore the substantial form is the first ~principle 116 1, 77 | soul ~itself. But because substantial forms, which in themselves 117 1, 77 | substituting accidents for substantial differences.~Aquin.: SMT 118 1, 77 | OBJ 3: One thing has one substantial existence, but may have ~ 119 1, 77 | 1/2~I answer that, The substantial and the accidental form 120 1, 77 | respects. First, because the substantial form makes a thing to exist 121 1, 77 | actuality is observed in the ~substantial form prior to its being 122 1, 77 | cause in that genus, the ~substantial form causes existence in 123 1, 77 | extrinsic agent. Secondly, substantial and accidental forms ~differ, 124 1, 77 | exists on ~account of the substantial form; while on the contrary, 125 1, 45 | distinction between the substantial form ~and matter, which 126 1, 45 | according as they are "these" by substantial forms, but also ~according 127 1, 45 | form, either accidental ~or substantial. But here we are speaking 128 1, 46 | alteration, because the substantial form is nobler ~than the 129 1, 46 | yet the privation of the substantial form, ~which is the term " 130 1, 46 | only in potentiality, as in substantial change, the subject of ~ 131 1, 46 | be made according to its substantial or ~accidental form. But 132 1, 46 | is made according to the substantial or the accidental form, 133 1, 46 | passive form. Therefore the substantial form is not produced by 134 1, 46 | nature act by virtue of substantial ~forms: and therefore the 135 1, 49 | find the privation of ~the substantial form in natural things, 136 1, 49 | which is the subject of the substantial form, and of ~privation 137 1, 54 | illumination, and in the substantial generation of fire, there 138 1, 54 | And so illumination and ~substantial generation are called instantaneous 139 1, 55 | potentiality in regard to ~substantial being itself, whereas the 140 1, 60 | to its own being by its substantial ~form: while it is inclined 141 1, 66 | change as regards their substantial form. But incorruptible ~ 142 1, 67 | preceding form bestowed actual substantial being, and made ~some particular 143 1, 68 | heavenly bodies is a cause of substantial forms of earthly bodies, ~ 144 1, 68 | sensible quality, but rather a substantial ~or spiritual form.~Aquin.: 145 1, 68 | that light is the sun's substantial form, but this also seems ~ 146 1, 68 | reasons. First, because substantial forms are not of ~themselves 147 1, 68 | impossible that what is the ~substantial form of one thing should 148 1, 68 | form of another; ~since substantial forms of their very nature 149 1, 68 | species: ~wherefore the substantial form always and everywhere 150 1, 68 | species. But light is not the substantial form of air, for if it were, ~ 151 1, 68 | Hence it cannot be ~the substantial form of the sun.~Aquin.: 152 1, 68 | quality consequent on the ~substantial form of fire, so light is 153 1, 68 | quality consequent on the ~substantial form of the sun, or of another 154 1, 68 | quality is consequent upon substantial form, the mode ~in which 155 1, 68 | which a subject receives a substantial form. For when matter receives 156 1, 68 | into fire. When, ~however, substantial form is received imperfectly, 157 1, 68 | matter were in receipt of a substantial form, and light were a certain ~ 158 1, 68 | a certain ~inception of substantial form. For this reason light 159 1, 68 | cause, by virtue of the substantial form, so does light act ~ 160 1, 68 | bodies, towards producing ~substantial forms; and towards rendering 161 1, 68 | created at the beginning with substantial forms, afterwards ~receiving 162 1, 69 | opinions given above, that the substantial formation of the ~firmament 163 1, 70 | was impressed with the ~substantial form of water, so as to 164 1, 70 | movement, and with the ~substantial form of earth, so as to 165 1, 71 | perfected, either by adding substantial form to formless ~matter, 166 1, 71 | day, by receiving ~not its substantial form, but a determination 167 1, 73 | matter existed under the substantial form of the ~elements, and 168 1, 74 | have "an ~incorruptible substantial life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 169 1, 75 | body there is any other substantial form?~(5) Of the qualities 170 1, 75 | matter. But the body has a ~substantial form by which it is a body. 171 1, 75 | body. Therefore some other substantial ~form in the body precedes 172 1, 75 | animal there must be another substantial ~form, by which the body 173 1, 75 | were not in man some other substantial form besides ~the rational 174 1, 75 | mixed body; and ~these are substantial forms. Therefore in the 175 1, 75 | human body there are other ~substantial forms besides the intellectual 176 1, 75 | one thing there is but one substantial being. But ~the substantial 177 1, 75 | substantial being. But ~the substantial form gives substantial being. 178 1, 75 | the substantial form gives substantial being. Therefore of one 179 1, 75 | thing ~there is but one substantial form. But the soul is the 180 1, 75 | form. But the soul is the substantial form ~of man. Therefore 181 1, 75 | there to be in man another ~substantial form besides the intellectual 182 1, 75 | in man there is another substantial ~form, by which the body 183 1, 75 | united to the body as its ~substantial form, as we have said above ( 184 1, 75 | impossible for ~another substantial form besides the intellectual 185 1, 75 | we must consider that the substantial ~form differs from the accidental 186 1, 75 | but relatively. Now the substantial form gives ~being simply; 187 1, 75 | pre-existed in matter ~another substantial form by which the subject 188 1, 75 | consequently that it is not the substantial form: and so at the ~advent 189 1, 75 | that there is no other substantial form in man ~besides the 190 1, 75 | Avicenna held that the substantial forms of the elements ~remain 191 1, 75 | medium between accidental and substantial forms, and ~so can be "more" 192 1, 75 | more impossible. For the substantial being of each ~thing consists 193 1, 75 | it is impossible for any substantial form ~to receive "more" 194 1, 75 | proper disposition for the substantial form ~of the mixed body; 195 1, 75 | be in matter before the ~substantial form; and therefore before 196 1, 75 | soul, since the soul is a ~substantial form.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 197 1, 75 | dimensions in matter ~before the substantial forms, which are many belonging 198 1, 75 | before the soul, which is the substantial form.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 199 1, 75 | united to the body as the ~substantial form, as we have already 200 1, 75 | the soul, or ~between any substantial form whatever and its matter. 201 1, 75 | actual existence by ~the substantial form, which makes it to 202 1, 75 | pre-exist in matter before the substantial form, and consequently ~ 203 1, 75 | accidental ~form, but the substantial form of the body. Now the 204 1, 75 | form of the body. Now the substantial form ~perfects not only 205 1, 75 | accidental. But the soul is a substantial form; and therefore it must 206 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the substantial form is simpler than the 207 1, 76 | sign of which is that the substantial form is not intensified 208 1, 76 | Much more therefore is that substantial form which is the soul.~ 209 1, 76 | is not the principle of a substantial ~difference. But sensitive 210 1, 76 | sensitive and rational are substantial differences; and ~they are 211 1, 76 | in potentiality is the ~substantial form. Therefore the potentiality 212 1, 76 | exists. Now the composite has substantial existence ~through the substantial 213 1, 76 | substantial existence ~through the substantial form; and it operates by 214 1, 76 | which results ~from the substantial form. Hence an active accidental 215 1, 76 | accidental form is to the ~substantial form of the agent (for instance, 216 1, 76 | of action is due ~to the substantial form. Therefore the substantial 217 1, 76 | substantial form. Therefore the substantial form is the first ~principle 218 1, 76 | soul ~itself. But because substantial forms, which in themselves 219 1, 76 | substituting accidents for substantial differences.~Aquin.: SMT 220 1, 76 | OBJ 3: One thing has one substantial existence, but may have ~ 221 1, 76 | 1/2~I answer that, The substantial and the accidental form 222 1, 76 | respects. First, because the substantial form makes a thing to exist ~ 223 1, 76 | actuality is observed in the ~substantial form prior to its being 224 1, 76 | cause in that genus, the ~substantial form causes existence in 225 1, 76 | extrinsic agent. Secondly, substantial and accidental forms ~differ, 226 1, 76 | exists on ~account of the substantial form; while on the contrary, 227 1, 83 | when there ~is a change of substantial form, matter remains unmoved. 228 1, 83 | OBJ 2: Primary matter has substantial being through its form, ~ 229 1, 83 | intellect does not receive substantial ~being through the intelligible 230 1, 109 | joiner's] art. Therefore the substantial form which takes the principal ~ 231 1, 109 | matter to the act of ~the substantial form does not exceed the 232 1, 109 | does not follow from the substantial form of the water, but from 233 1, 114 | its action is either ~a substantial, or an accidental form. 234 1, 114 | accidental form. But it is not a substantial form; ~for it is not possible 235 1, 114 | cannot be the cause ~of a substantial form, since the cause is 236 1, 114 | Plato. For Plato ~held only substantial forms to be separate; while 237 1, 114 | disposing matter for the substantial form; but ~that the ultimate 238 1, 114 | the introduction of the ~substantial form is due to an immaterial 239 1, 114 | an accidental form and ~a substantial form. For the active quality, 240 1, 114 | nevertheless by virtue of the substantial form, as its ~instrument: 241 1, 114 | action can terminate in a substantial form; ~thus natural heat, 242 1, 114 | like. If ~therefore the substantial forms of inferior bodies 243 1, 114 | dispositions in regard to the substantial forms of natural ~bodies. 244 1, 114 | inferior bodies receive their substantial ~forms. But this does not 245 1, 117 | hold. First, because no substantial form is susceptible of more 246 1, 117 | arrive at the ultimate ~substantial form, both in man and other 247 2, 7 | the mode, it ~is not the substantial form of the act, for in 248 2, 7 | the act, for in an act the substantial ~form depends on the object 249 2, 17 | things results from their substantial form: for which reason they 250 2, 18 | thing, is not from the mere substantial ~form, that gives it its 251 2, 28 | causes love; and this is substantial union, as regards the love ~ 252 2, 28 | affection, and is likened to substantial union, ~inasmuch as the 253 2, 49 | materiae] is ~determined to its substantial being, is called quality, 254 2, 49 | take accidental instead of substantial differences, ~in so far 255 2, 52 | And for this reason no substantial form is participated more 256 2, 85 | any kind of form, whether ~substantial or accidental, of anything 257 2, 88 | can be a disposition to a substantial form, so can a venial ~sin 258 2, 88 | accident which disposes to a ~substantial form, into which it is never 259 2, 110 | cannot ~be a substance or a substantial form, but is an accidental 260 2, 111 | not more noble than its substantial form.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] 261 2, 113 | preceding alteration, the substantial form accrues to the matter; 262 2, 2 | fire acts by virtue of the substantial form of fire. Accordingly ~ 263 2, 4 | animal, because it is its substantial form, viz. the soul: consequently 264 2, 8 | hidden the nature of the substantial reality, under words ~lies 265 2, 63 | in due order. ~First, the substantial integrity of the body, and 266 2, 94 | bodies result from their ~substantial forms which they acquire 267 3, 2 | nor order ~nor figure is a substantial form, but accidental; and 268 3, 6 | same instant in which the ~substantial form is introduced. And 269 3, 6 | Reply OBJ 2: The soul is the substantial perfection of the body; 270 3, 17 | otherwise [alterum] so ~does substantial form make another thing [ 271 3, 17 | in Christ there are two substantial natures, the human ~and 272 3, 28 | mind; nor does God, the substantial ~Word, deigning to be born, 273 3, 50 | But what is corrupted by ~substantial corruption after being corrupted, 274 3, 50 | same, because death is ~a substantial corruption.~Aquin.: SMT 275 3, 60 | Now it is clear, if any ~substantial part of the sacramental 276 3, 60 | which is omitted be not a substantial part of the form, such ~ 277 3, 66 | because nature gives the ~substantial form, which art cannot give; 278 3, 75 | change?~(5) Whether the substantial form remains there?~(6) 279 3, 75 | is not a formal, but a ~substantial conversion; nor is it a 280 3, 75 | substance. Hence, ~since this substantial change implies a certain 281 3, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the substantial form of the bread remains 282 3, 75 | OBJ 1: It seems that the substantial form of the bread remains 283 3, 75 | cannot be said that the substantial form of the ~bread is changed 284 3, 75 | of a things follows its substantial ~form. But what remains 285 3, 75 | it present. Therefore the substantial ~form of the bread remains 286 3, 75 | 1/1~On the contrary, The substantial form of bread is of the 287 3, 75 | AA[2],3,4). Therefore the substantial form of the bread ~does 288 3, 75 | bread remain, but also its substantial form. But ~this cannot be. 289 3, 75 | First of all, because if the substantial form of the ~bread were 290 3, 75 | Secondly, because if the substantial form of the bread were to 291 3, 75 | it must be said that the substantial form of the bread ~does 292 3, 75 | is not an accident, but a substantial form; as frogs and serpents ~ 293 3, 75 | this way it produces the ~substantial forms of bread, by the power 294 3, 75 | or else by reason of the substantial form, such as an operation ~ 295 3, 75 | and therefore because a substantial ~form does not receive more 296 3, 77 | Q[75], A[2]); nor in the substantial form, for ~that does not 297 3, 77 | because a form, ~be it substantial or accidental, is naturally 298 3, 77 | instrumentally in ~virtue of the substantial form as the principal agent. 299 3, 77 | agent. Therefore, since ~the substantial form of the bread and wine 300 3, 77 | matter, at least as to a ~substantial form.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 301 3, 77 | depends upon the action of ~a substantial form in the same way as 302 3, 77 | that they can act without a substantial form, because ~every action 303 3, 77 | because ~every action of a substantial or accidental form depends 304 3, 77 | change which terminates in a substantial form is not ~effected by 305 3, 77 | form is not ~effected by a substantial form directly, but by means 306 3, 77 | which act in virtue of the substantial form. But by ~Divine power 307 3, 77 | action can be ~directed to a substantial form instrumentally, just 308 3, 77 | nourish owing to the remaining substantial ~form of the bread and wine: 309 3, 78 | the form except what is ~substantial to it. Consequently, the 310 Suppl, 70| believe that ~man alone has a substantial soul, which lives though 311 Suppl, 72| retain ~their respective substantial form, namely air and earth, 312 Suppl, 72| water, will not retain their substantial form but ~will be changed 313 Suppl, 72| air will retain ~the same substantial form as it has now, since 314 Suppl, 72| the elements retain ~their substantial form without having their 315 Suppl, 72| are the effects of their substantial form, it seems ~impossible, 316 Suppl, 72| impossible, as long as the substantial forms remain, for the aforesaid ~ 317 Suppl, 76| after the separation of the substantial form ~from matter, these 318 Suppl, 76| simple quality is not the substantial form of an ~element, but 319 Suppl, 76| reduced to a mean, is ~not the substantial form of the mixed body, 320 Suppl, 76| Now the human ~body has no substantial form besides this form of 321 Suppl, 76| for if it had any previous substantial form, this ~would give it 322 Suppl, 76| form, this ~would give it substantial being, and would establish 323 Suppl, 76| rational soul remains, no substantial form of the human body ~ 324 Suppl, 76| no interruption in the substantial being of man, as would make 325 Suppl, 77| before the ~reception of the substantial form. Consequently division 326 Suppl, 77| comes to matter after the substantial form; ~wherefore division


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