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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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elements

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1 1, 3 | compounds are better than simple elements, and animals than the ~parts 2 1, 12 | composite into both of these elements; and ~it considers the form 3 1, 18 | amongst natural bodies the elements are the less ~perfect. Yet 4 1, 19 | compounded of contrary elements. Now things created by God 5 1, 23 | how many stars, how many elements, and how ~many species. 6 1, 47 | are more perfect than ~the elements, and plants than minerals, 7 1, 48 | passive qualities of the elements; for coldness and humidity, 8 1, 49 | contrary qualities of the elements exists the power of a ~heavenly 9 1, 50 | supposed to be made up of elements, and therefore ~dissoluble 10 1, 58 | which is drawn from diverse elements, one of which is as matter 11 1, 66 | mentioned is that of the elements according to their forms, ~ 12 1, 66 | of the nature of the four elements. Hence because the four 13 1, 66 | Hence because the four elements have ~one common matter, 14 1, 66 | different from that of the elements, it follows that they have 15 1, 66 | whereas the movements of the ~elements are mutually opposite, one 16 1, 66 | follows that, whereas the elements are ~corruptible, the heavenly 17 1, 66 | heavenly bodies and of the elements is not the ~same, except 18 1, 66 | the multiplication of the elements. But when glory is finally ~ 19 1, 67 | the noblest of the four elements.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 20 1, 67 | its nature ~from the four elements, and naturally incorruptible. 21 1, 68 | it to be composed of the elements; and this was the ~opinion 22 1, 68 | of the nature of the four elements, not, indeed, compounded 23 1, 68 | of the nature of the four elements, but is itself a fifth body, ~ 24 1, 68 | produce the substance of the ~elements, while it belongs to the 25 1, 68 | adornment to ~give forms to the elements that pre-exist.~Aquin.: 26 1, 68 | of the nature of the four elements, for the same reason it 27 1, 68 | of the nature of the four elements then ~the waters above the 28 1, 68 | of other nature than the elements, it may still ~be said to 29 1, 68 | opinion, an order of the elements must be ~supposed different 30 1, 68 | this space contains two elements, namely, fire and air, and 31 1, 70 | of the nature of the four elements, for it may be said that 32 1, 70 | another ~nature from the elements, and naturally incorruptible, 33 1, 70 | proportion in the ~admixture of elements, whereas the nature of the 34 1, 71 | various minglings of the elements, and naturally, without ~ 35 1, 71 | something compounded of the elements. But at the first beginning 36 1, 71 | produced animals ~from material elements, either in act, as some 37 1, 71 | originally given to ~the elements of producing them from elemental 38 1, 73 | power which the stars and ~elements received at the beginning. 39 1, 74 | air and fire are nobler elements than earth and water. ~But 40 1, 74 | created, to signify the ~elements of the universe themselves 41 1, 74 | substantial form of the ~elements, and agree with him also 42 1, 74 | those who ~hold that the elements were created from the first 43 1, 74 | to include all the four elements as (Ps. ~148:7,8) after 44 1, 76 | Therefore the forms of the elements must remain in a mixed body; 45 1, 76 | substantial forms of the elements ~remain entire in the mixed 46 1, 76 | contrary qualities of the elements being reduced to an average. 47 1, 76 | the various forms of the elements must necessarily ~be in 48 1, 76 | Whence it follows that elements in ~the mixed body would 49 1, 76 | maintained that the forms of elements, by reason of their ~imperfection, 50 1, 76 | that the forms of the elements remain in the mixed body, 51 1, 76 | proper qualities of the elements remain, ~though modified; 52 1, 76 | which ~would harmonize the elements, and unite them together.~ 53 1, 77 | prior to the mingling of ~elements, of which smell is the result.~ 54 1, 48 | are more perfect than ~the elements, and plants than minerals, 55 1, 49 | passive qualities of the elements; for coldness and humidity, 56 1, 50 | contrary qualities of the elements exists the power of a ~heavenly 57 1, 51 | supposed to be made up of elements, and therefore ~dissoluble 58 1, 59 | which is drawn from diverse elements, one of which is as matter 59 1, 67 | mentioned is that of the elements according to their forms, ~ 60 1, 67 | of the nature of the four elements. Hence because the four 61 1, 67 | Hence because the four elements have ~one common matter, 62 1, 67 | different from that of the elements, it follows that they have 63 1, 67 | whereas the movements of the ~elements are mutually opposite, one 64 1, 67 | follows that, whereas the elements are ~corruptible, the heavenly 65 1, 67 | heavenly bodies and of the elements is not the ~same, except 66 1, 67 | the multiplication of the elements. But when glory is finally ~ 67 1, 68 | the noblest of the four elements.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 68 1, 68 | its nature ~from the four elements, and naturally incorruptible. 69 1, 69 | it to be composed of the elements; and this was the ~opinion 70 1, 69 | of the nature of the four elements, not, indeed, compounded 71 1, 69 | of the nature of the four elements, but is itself a fifth body, ~ 72 1, 69 | produce the substance of the ~elements, while it belongs to the 73 1, 69 | adornment to ~give forms to the elements that pre-exist.~Aquin.: 74 1, 69 | of the nature of the four elements, for the same reason it 75 1, 69 | of the nature of the four elements then ~the waters above the 76 1, 69 | of other nature than the elements, it may still ~be said to 77 1, 69 | opinion, an order of the elements must be ~supposed different 78 1, 69 | this space contains two elements, namely, fire and air, and 79 1, 71 | of the nature of the four elements, for it may be said that 80 1, 71 | another ~nature from the elements, and naturally incorruptible, 81 1, 71 | proportion in the ~admixture of elements, whereas the nature of the 82 1, 71 | various minglings of the elements, and naturally, without ~ 83 1, 71 | something compounded of the elements. But at the first beginning 84 1, 71 | produced animals ~from material elements, either in act, as some 85 1, 71 | originally given to ~the elements of producing them from elemental 86 1, 72 | power which the stars and ~elements received at the beginning. 87 1, 73 | air and fire are nobler elements than earth and water. ~But 88 1, 73 | created, to signify the ~elements of the universe themselves 89 1, 73 | substantial form of the ~elements, and agree with him also 90 1, 73 | those who ~hold that the elements were created from the first 91 1, 73 | to include all the four elements as (Ps. ~148:7,8) after 92 1, 75 | Therefore the forms of the elements must remain in a mixed body; 93 1, 75 | substantial forms of the elements ~remain entire in the mixed 94 1, 75 | contrary qualities of the elements being reduced to an average. 95 1, 75 | the various forms of the elements must necessarily ~be in 96 1, 75 | Whence it follows that elements in ~the mixed body would 97 1, 75 | maintained that the forms of elements, by reason of their ~imperfection, 98 1, 75 | that the forms of the elements remain in the mixed body, 99 1, 75 | proper qualities of the elements remain, ~though modified; 100 1, 75 | which ~would harmonize the elements, and unite them together.~ 101 1, 76 | prior to the mingling of ~elements, of which smell is the result.~ 102 1, 77 | which one or other of the ~elements preponderate, as water, 103 1, 83 | existence of our four material elements and two ~principles of movement, 104 1, 84 | distinguishing its principles and ~elements." Now it is evident that 105 1, 84 | knowledge of principles and elements." But ~principles are indivisible, 106 1, 84 | principles are indivisible, and elements are of divisible things. ~ 107 1, 84 | knowledge, principles and elements ~are not always (known) 108 1, 84 | knowledge of principles and elements: for as the Philosopher 109 1, 89 | its causal ~virtue in the elements of the world, but that the 110 1, 90 | is composed of the four elements. ~Therefore it was not made 111 1, 90 | earth, but of the four ~elements.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 112 1, 90 | temperament. As to the ~elements, he has them in their very 113 1, 90 | such a way that the ~higher elements, fire and air, predominate 114 1, 90 | the air. But the inferior elements abound in ~man by their 115 1, 90 | otherwise the mingling of elements would not be ~evenly balanced, 116 1, 90 | balanced, unless the inferior elements, which have the less power, ~ 117 1, 90 | should be made of the four elements, that man might have ~something 118 1, 90 | and to be mingled with the elements, ~since a heavenly body 119 1, 90 | is composed of the very elements, the qualities of which ~ 120 1, 90 | earth together. Of the other elements, Scripture makes no mention, ~ 121 1, 90 | and his body in its causal elements. But other doctors ~hold 122 1, 95 | Further, it is unfitting that elements hostile to one another ~ 123 1, 101 | are devoid of opposing ~elements. Mention, however, is made 124 1, 109 | sphere of active and passive ~elements; because, as Plato also 125 1, 113 | seeds that exist in the elements of the world, in order to ~ 126 1, 114 | Secondly, they are in the elements of the world, where they 127 1, 114 | active qualities of the elements, such as hot and cold and 128 1, 115 | the stars, ~tempers the elements to one another, and models 129 1, 117 | generated, as the power in the elements of the world is to animals ~ 130 1, 117 | animals ~produced from these elements - for instance by putrefaction. 131 2, 36 | has, united in itself, the elements of ~which its perfection 132 2, 49 | simple ~qualities of the elements which suit the natures of 133 2, 49 | suit the natures of the elements in one ~single fixed way, 134 2, 82 | body is destroyed, the ~elements have contrary local tendencies. 135 2, 85 | preserved by hot and moist elements. Since therefore the vital ~ 136 2, 100 | decalogue, which are the primary elements of the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 137 2, 100 | as it were, the first ~elements of the Law, there was no 138 2, 102 | colors (denoting the four elements), ~viz. of linen, signifying 139 2, 102 | matter composed of the four elements is a veil between us ~and 140 2, 102 | iii, 8,9,10), the four elements are indicated here: for ~" 141 2, 102 | the Creator of the four elements. ~And since this sacrifice 142 2, 103 | Gal. 4:9) "weak and needy ~elements": weak indeed, because they 143 2, 112 | Law are certain visible elements. Therefore God is ~not the 144 2, 68 | multitude is ~comprised of three elements, the beginning, the middle 145 2, 87 | custom of swearing by the ~elements." Yet this answer does not 146 2, 92 | again to ~the weak and needy elements?" says: "The observance 147 2, 145 | we are ~composed of four elements in this mortal body through 148 2, 165 | and the virtues of the elements," ~etc. Again, by knowing 149 2, 187 | progressing in those same elements. Afterwards we ~are brought 150 3, 2 | mixture is made up of its elements; and in this way some have 151 3, 2 | species with none of the elements; ~for flesh differs in species 152 3, 2 | species from any of its elements. And thus Christ ~would 153 3, 5 | composed of the inferior elements. Therefore ~the body of 154 3, 36 | manifested by ~speechless elements." Again, there is yet another 155 3, 39 | not by an unfolding of the elements, but by ~a spiritual vision: 156 3, 40 | body composed of the four ~elements, and by its lusts we transgress 157 3, 50 | complete dissolving into elements. Consequently it is ~impious 158 3, 51 | comes of dissolving into elements.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 159 3, 54 | dissolved into invisible ~elements; but because He ceased, 160 3, 54 | Resurrection was truly ~made up of elements, and had tangible qualities 161 3, 57 | is made out ~of the four elements, and is cautioned not to 162 3, 57 | they contend ~that contrary elements are reconciled; so that 163 3, 60 | Reply OBJ 1: The sensible elements of the sacraments are called 164 3, 61 | sacraments consist in certain elements, as stated ~above (Q[60], 165 3, 61 | we were serving under the elements of the world": but that 166 3, 61 | not serve God under the elements of ~this world, by making 167 3, 61 | Old Law "weak and ~needy elements" (Gal. 4:9) because they 168 3, 61 | sacraments served ~God "under the elements of this world": for the 169 3, 61 | were nothing else than the elements of this world. But our ~ 170 3, 62 | again to the weak ~and needy elements?" i.e. "to the Law," says 171 3, 66 | was not pure, because the elements do not exist ~actually in 172 3, 66 | which is one of the four elements, showing Christ's ~body 173 3, 66 | be composed of the four elements; blood, proving that it 174 3, 74 | truly composed of the four elements; as by the flowing blood, 175 3, 75 | be dissolved is the ~four elements. For dissolution cannot 176 3, 75 | necessary to say that the elements into which the substance 177 Suppl, 29| consecration of the Eucharistic ~elements surpasses that of the matter 178 Suppl, 54| degree on account of the four elements as far as the sixth degree ~ 179 Suppl, 54| And because there are four elements, ~each of which is the more 180 Suppl, 65| that are caused in the ~elements by the impress of heavenly 181 Suppl, 72| will ~be removed from the elements, although some have asserted 182 Suppl, 72| fire will consume the other elements?~(6) Whether it will cleanse 183 Suppl, 72| it will cleanse all the elements?~(7) Whether that fire precedes 184 Suppl, 72| be no stain of sin in the elements of this world. ~Therefore, 185 Suppl, 72| perfection and nobility of the elements that something ~of a foreign 186 Suppl, 72| nowise fitting that the elements of this world can possibly 187 Suppl, 72| kind of cleansing. But ~the elements will be renewed; hence it 188 Suppl, 72| was ~gone." Therefore the elements shall be cleansed.~Aquin.: 189 Suppl, 72| 22:15) - and again, the ~elements require to be cleansed from 190 Suppl, 72| account of the contact of the elements, there are many ~corruptions, 191 Suppl, 72| generations and alterations of the elements, which diminish ~their purity: 192 Suppl, 72| their purity: wherefore the elements need to be cleansed from 193 Suppl, 72| OBJ 2: Although corporeal elements cannot be the subject of 194 Suppl, 72| will be ~dissolved, and the elements shall melt with the burning 195 Suppl, 72| is the most noble of the ~elements, its natural properties 196 Suppl, 72| susceptible as ~the other elements to the admixture of a foreign 197 Suppl, 72| natural impurity of the elements could not be removed by ~ 198 Suppl, 72| fire ~will consume the four elements according to a gloss on 199 Suppl, 72| will be raised over all the elements. Against this, ~however, 200 Suppl, 72| shall be dissolved, and the elements shall melt with the burning 201 Suppl, 72| that are distinct from the elements are the higher ~heavens, 202 Suppl, 72| until now," says: ~"All the elements fulfill their duty with 203 Suppl, 72| fire will consume the other elements?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 204 Suppl, 72| will consume the other ~elements. For a gloss of Bede on 205 Suppl, 72| fire will engulf the four elements whereof the world consists: 206 Suppl, 72| that at least two of the elements are ~to be entirely destroyed 207 Suppl, 72| would seem ~that these three elements will be wholly destroyed.~ 208 Suppl, 72| fire cleanses the other elements, ~they must needs become 209 Suppl, 72| cleansing. Therefore the other elements will be ~wholly transformed 210 Suppl, 72| the ~very substance of the elements belongs to the perfection 211 Suppl, 72| the world. ~Therefore the elements will not be consumed as 212 Suppl, 72| corrupt the substance of the elements. Therefore neither ~will 213 Suppl, 72| For some say ~that all the elements will remain as to their 214 Suppl, 72| heaven. In this way three elements, namely ~air, fire, and 215 Suppl, 72| on account of two of the elements being destroyed.~Aquin.: 216 Suppl, 72| fifth body, while all the ~elements are designated by "earth," 217 Suppl, 72| others say that all the elements will remain as to their ~ 218 Suppl, 72| that in a mixed body the elements retain ~their substantial 219 Suppl, 72| qualities of the corruptible elements that were befitting our 220 Suppl, 72| proper qualities of ~the elements are the effects of their 221 Suppl, 72| second perfection of the elements, as being their proper passions: 222 Suppl, 72| this final consummation the elements will lose ~anything of their 223 Suppl, 72| question should be that the elements will remain as to ~their 224 Suppl, 72| impossible in the lower elements: and this is ~what Augustine 225 Suppl, 72| qualities of corruptible elements," namely ~their unnatural 226 Suppl, 72| said to engulf the four elements in so far as ~in some way 227 Suppl, 72| not mean that two of the elements ~are to be destroyed as 228 Suppl, 72| movements of these ~two elements, which movements they derive 229 Suppl, 72| forth), ~therefore these elements especially will be changed 230 Suppl, 72| will not act on the other elements so ~as to consume them but 231 Suppl, 72| will be the same with the elements ~after they are cleansed 232 Suppl, 72| Para. 1/1~Whether all the elements will be cleansed by that 233 Suppl, 72| that neither will all the elements be cleansed by ~that fire. 234 Suppl, 72| uncertain that all the elements will be cleansed.~Aquin.: 235 Suppl, 72| hell is ~situated among the elements, it would seem that the 236 Suppl, 72| it would seem that the elements will not be ~wholly cleansed.~ 237 Suppl, 72| Therefore it would seem that the elements will not all ~be wholly 238 Suppl, 72| fire will engulf the four elements."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 239 Suppl, 72| space ~containing the four elements: so that the elements would 240 Suppl, 72| four elements: so that the elements would be entirely ~cleansed 241 Suppl, 72| the higher parts of the ~elements were infected (as instanced 242 Suppl, 72| from corruption, since the ~elements are corruptible in all their 243 Suppl, 72| the space occupied by ~the elements, but only 15 cubits above 244 Suppl, 72| aforesaid space. Nor can the elements be ~cleansed from corruptibility 245 Suppl, 72| for the impurities of the ~elements arising from their mingling 246 Suppl, 72| is more abundant in the elements, as ~combining together 247 Suppl, 72| in ~the good, than in the elements existing outside the human 248 Suppl, 72| the human body. Now the ~elements existing outside the human 249 Suppl, 72| Much therefore will the elements in the human body ~whether 250 Suppl, 72| state of the way lasts the elements act ~in like manner on the 251 Suppl, 72| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The elements that are in human bodies, 252 Suppl, 72| its reward like the other elements, ~especially since fire 253 Suppl, 72| is the most noble of the elements. Therefore it ~would seem 254 Suppl, 72| day but ~imitate, in its elements, our resurrection?" And 255 Suppl, 75| also of the mingling of the elements: even as ~vinegar cannot 256 Suppl, 75| for the mingling of the elements is ~both caused and preserved 257 Suppl, 75| will be dissolved into pure elements.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 258 Suppl, 75| dissolved into the very elements, ~or changed into the flesh 259 Suppl, 75| of other animals. But the elements are ~homogeneous, and so 260 Suppl, 75| the other parts of the elements or animals there is no natural ~ 261 Suppl, 75| bodies or even into the elements, although it has ~become 262 Suppl, 75| dissolved into its very elements; and so there always ~remains 263 Suppl, 75| certain force besides the elements, which gives a ~natural 264 Suppl, 75| that these ~parts of the elements into which the human body 265 Suppl, 75| since ~the parts of the elements are of the same nature and 266 Suppl, 75| that those parts of the elements shall ~be reunited and not 267 Suppl, 76| body is dissolved into the elements. Now these elemental parts 268 Suppl, 77| Reply OBJ 3: Just as the elements are in the course of generation 269 Suppl, 77| And for this reason as the elements in the parts ~of the universe 270 Suppl, 77| parts do, ~and although the elements have not perfect forms as 271 Suppl, 78| in man, the action of the elements on one ~another, and the 272 Suppl, 79| matter in common with the elements, because ~they will be restored 273 Suppl, 79| to the condition of the elements, ~which will be different 274 Suppl, 79| For they say that the ~elements will remain, then, as to 275 Suppl, 79| to the ~perfection of the elements, so that if the elements 276 Suppl, 79| elements, so that if the elements were restored without ~them 277 Suppl, 79| proper accidents of the ~elements, being caused by their form 278 Suppl, 79| for the mixture ~(of the elements), and according as one or 279 Suppl, 79| The other four being the elements; this fifth element ~was 280 Suppl, 79| effect of ~blending the elements together in harmony so as 281 Suppl, 79| is passible like ~other elements, whereas in the resurrection 282 Suppl, 80| of bodies, i.e. of ~the elements, so is subtlety. But heat 283 Suppl, 80| other qualities of the ~elements will not be intensified 284 Suppl, 88| brilliant?~(4) Whether the elements will receive an additional 285 Suppl, 88| and the variations of the elements. Others ~say that the movement 286 Suppl, 88| explicitly that "all the elements labor to fulfill their ~ 287 Suppl, 88| which is the lowest of the elements is without ~movement: although 288 Suppl, 88| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the elements will be renewed by an addition 289 Suppl, 88| It would seem that the elements will not be renewed by receiving ~ 290 Suppl, 88| qualities proper to the ~elements. Therefore as the heaven 291 Suppl, 88| brightness, so ought the elements to be renewed by an increase 292 Suppl, 88| density are qualities of the elements, and ~the elements will 293 Suppl, 88| of the elements, and ~the elements will not be deprived of 294 Suppl, 88| rarity ~and density of the elements would seem to be an obstacle 295 Suppl, 88| it ~is impossible for the elements to be renewed by the addition 296 Suppl, 88| same reason will the other elements.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 297 Suppl, 88| increase of brightness in the elements implies an ~increase of 298 Suppl, 88| renewal the brightness of the ~elements be greater than it is now, 299 Suppl, 88| earth and likewise the other elements will also. ~Aquin.: SMT 300 Suppl, 88| be," etc. ~Therefore the elements will be glorified as well 301 Suppl, 88| body is composed of the elements. Therefore the elemental ~ 302 Suppl, 88| it is fitting that the ~elements themselves should be endowed 303 Suppl, 88| brightness. Hence all the elements will be ~clothed with a 304 Suppl, 88| by the ~betterment of the elements, because all the other parts 305 Suppl, 88| in this ~renewal. For the elements should be deprived of nothing 306 Suppl, 88| their adornment. Now the elements are said to be adorned by 307 Suppl, 88| 2: Further, just as the elements served man, so also did 308 Suppl, 88| account of this service the elements ~will be glorified. Therefore 309 Suppl, 88| more noble form than the ~elements. Now the world, at this 310 Suppl, 88| remain rather than the ~elements, since they are nobler.~ 311 Suppl, 88| the heavenly bodies, ~the elements, and man. For the heavenly 312 Suppl, 88| and as to their part: the elements ~are corruptible as to their 313 Suppl, 88| bodies are said to adorn the elements, inasmuch as ~the general 314 Suppl, 88| forces which are in the elements are ~applied to specific 315 Suppl, 88| actions: hence they adorn the elements in their ~active and passive 316 Suppl, 88| state will not remain in the elements: ~wherefore there is no 317 Suppl, 88| are more noble than the elements, the elements are more noble 318 Suppl, 88| noble than the elements, the elements are more noble in relation ~ 319 Suppl, 94| be a ~separation of the elements, whatever is pure and noble 320 Suppl, 94| of joy, so will all the elements ~conduce to the torture 321 Suppl, 94| the reason that of all the elements it has the greatest power ~


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