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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 42 | would not exist in the same instant, but ~in the instant of 2 1, 42 | same instant, but ~in the instant of the action's termination. 3 1, 42 | indivisible - namely, the ~instant; and there is something 4 1, 46 | appears that the idea of the instant "now," as being always the 5 1, 53 | place, and in the ~same instant apply himself to the whole 6 1, 53 | an angel is moved in ~an instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 7 1, 53 | change is effected in an instant, such as illumination; ~ 8 1, 53 | manifest that in the last instant of such time he is in the 9 1, 53 | moved except in the last ~instant of time.~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 53 | wherefrom"; but in the last instant of such time he is in the 11 1, 53 | fire, there is no last ~instant to be assigned in which 12 1, 53 | assigned, so that in the last instant of such time there is light 13 1, 53 | is to be in it in every instant of such time. ~Hence it 14 1, 53 | and afterwards in the last instant of that ~time to be in the 15 1, 53 | same disposition in ~every instant of that time. Therefore 16 1, 53 | be in ~one place in one instant, and in another place in 17 1, 53 | another place in the next instant, ~without any time intervening. 18 1, 58 | the ~intellect at the same instant perceives principles and 19 1, 62 | could act at once, and in an instant, from the ~very outset of 20 1, 62 | to be moved in ~the very instant of their creation; and if 21 1, 62 | have ~movement in the first instant of its generation. Consequently, 22 1, 62 | merited it in the ~first instant of his creation; and so, 23 1, 62 | in beatitude in the first instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 24 1, 63 | become evil in ~the first instant of his creation by an act 25 1, 63 | his own will in the first ~instant of his creation?~Aquin.: 26 1, 63 | his own ~will in the first instant of his creation. For it 27 1, 63 | light was made, in the one instant. ~But at the same moment 28 1, 63 | Therefore in the ~first instant of their creation some of 29 1, 63 | can merit in the first instant of its creation; as the 30 1, 63 | could sin in the ~first instant of their creation.~Aquin.: 31 1, 63 | operation in the first ~instant of its creation; as fire 32 1, 63 | move upwards in the first ~instant it is produced. Therefore 33 1, 63 | operation ~in the first instant of his creation. Now this 34 1, 63 | inordinate action in their first ~instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 35 1, 63 | straightway in the first instant of their creation; not by 36 1, 63 | the angels, in the first instant of their ~creation, could 37 1, 63 | to terminate in the one ~instant. Now it is clear that the 38 1, 63 | been wicked in the first instant of ~his existence.~Aquin.: 39 1, 63 | be terminated in the same instant. But if the changes are ~ 40 1, 63 | at once and in the same instant there can be a ~term to 41 1, 63 | change; thus in the same instant in ~which the moon is lit 42 1, 63 | from existing in the same instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 43 1, 63 | angel to sin in the first instant by an inordinate act of 44 1, 63 | begin to act in the first instant of its existence, ~nevertheless, 45 1, 63 | action, it can in the first instant of its existence have a ~ 46 1, 63 | was wicked in the first instant of his creation.~Aquin.: 47 1, 63 | could merit in the first instant of his creation. The same 48 1, 63 | all merited in their first instant. But some of them at once ~ 49 1, 63 | at once after the first instant ~of his creation.~Aquin.: 50 1, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the instant wherein the devil sinned 51 1, 63 | sinned was distinct from ~the instant wherein he was created. 52 1, 63 | at once after the first instant of his ~creation. This must 53 1, 63 | of free-will in the first instant of his creation, and that 54 1, 63 | grace, merited in the first instant, he would at ~once have 55 1, 63 | beatitude after that first instant, if he had not ~placed an 56 1, 63 | of free-will in the first instant, then ~there is nothing 57 1, 63 | belly," because of the first instant in which he ~was not wicked. ~ 58 1, 63 | consequently, if after the first instant, in which he had a natural ~ 59 1, 63 | affections. So the first ~instant in the angels is understood 60 1, 63 | of them good in the first instant; but in the second the good ~ 61 1, 63 | demons all sinned in the one instant, yet the ~sin of one could 62 1, 63 | begins to speak in the very instant when he takes thought; and 63 1, 63 | thought; and in the ~last instant of speech, another who catches 64 1, 63 | required in us; in the same instant in which the highest angel 65 1, 66 | produce a perfect thing in an ~instant, according to the greatness 66 1, 74 | day God perfected in an ~instant, for with each work are 67 1, 42 | would not exist in the same instant, but ~in the instant of 68 1, 42 | same instant, but ~in the instant of the action's termination. 69 1, 42 | indivisible - namely, the ~instant; and there is something 70 1, 47 | appears that the idea of the instant "now," as being always the 71 1, 54 | place, and in the ~same instant apply himself to the whole 72 1, 54 | an angel is moved in ~an instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 73 1, 54 | change is effected in an instant, such as illumination; ~ 74 1, 54 | manifest that in the last instant of such time he is in the 75 1, 54 | moved except in the last ~instant of time.~Aquin.: SMT FP 76 1, 54 | wherefrom"; but in the last instant of such time he is in the 77 1, 54 | fire, there is no last ~instant to be assigned in which 78 1, 54 | assigned, so that in the last instant of such time there is light 79 1, 54 | is to be in it in every instant of such time. ~Hence it 80 1, 54 | and afterwards in the last instant of that ~time to be in the 81 1, 54 | same disposition in ~every instant of that time. Therefore 82 1, 54 | be in ~one place in one instant, and in another place in 83 1, 54 | another place in the next instant, ~without any time intervening. 84 1, 59 | the ~intellect at the same instant perceives principles and 85 1, 63 | could act at once, and in an instant, from the ~very outset of 86 1, 63 | to be moved in ~the very instant of their creation; and if 87 1, 63 | have movement in the first instant of its generation. Consequently, 88 1, 63 | merited it in the ~first instant of his creation; and so, 89 1, 63 | in beatitude in the first instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 90 1, 64 | become evil in ~the first instant of his creation by an act 91 1, 64 | his own will in the first ~instant of his creation?~Aquin.: 92 1, 64 | his own ~will in the first instant of his creation. For it 93 1, 64 | light was made, in the one instant. ~But at the same moment 94 1, 64 | Therefore in the ~first instant of their creation some of 95 1, 64 | can merit in the first instant of its creation; as the 96 1, 64 | could sin in the ~first instant of their creation.~Aquin.: 97 1, 64 | operation in the first ~instant of its creation; as fire 98 1, 64 | move upwards in the first ~instant it is produced. Therefore 99 1, 64 | operation ~in the first instant of his creation. Now this 100 1, 64 | inordinate action in their first ~instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 101 1, 64 | straightway in the first instant of their creation; not by 102 1, 64 | the angels, in the first instant of their ~creation, could 103 1, 64 | to terminate in the one ~instant. Now it is clear that the 104 1, 64 | been wicked in the first instant of ~his existence.~Aquin.: 105 1, 64 | be terminated in the same instant. But if the changes are ~ 106 1, 64 | at once and in the same instant there can be a ~term to 107 1, 64 | change; thus in the same instant in ~which the moon is lit 108 1, 64 | from existing in the same instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 109 1, 64 | angel to sin in the first instant by an inordinate act of 110 1, 64 | begin to act in the first instant of its existence, ~nevertheless, 111 1, 64 | action, it can in the first instant of its existence have a ~ 112 1, 64 | was wicked in the first instant of his creation.~Aquin.: 113 1, 64 | could merit in the first instant of his creation. The same 114 1, 64 | all merited in their first instant. But some of them at once ~ 115 1, 64 | at once after the first instant ~of his creation.~Aquin.: 116 1, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the instant wherein the devil sinned 117 1, 64 | sinned was distinct from ~the instant wherein he was created. 118 1, 64 | at once after the first instant of his ~creation. This must 119 1, 64 | of free-will in the first instant of his creation, and that 120 1, 64 | grace, merited in the first instant, he would at ~once have 121 1, 64 | beatitude after that first instant, if he had not ~placed an 122 1, 64 | of free-will in the first instant, then ~there is nothing 123 1, 64 | belly," because of the first instant in which he ~was not wicked. ~ 124 1, 64 | consequently, if after the first instant, in which he had a natural ~ 125 1, 64 | affections. So the first ~instant in the angels is understood 126 1, 64 | of them good in the first instant; but in the second the good ~ 127 1, 64 | demons all sinned in the one instant, yet the ~sin of one could 128 1, 64 | begins to speak in the very instant when he takes thought; and 129 1, 64 | thought; and in the ~last instant of speech, another who catches 130 1, 64 | required in us; in the same instant in which the highest angel 131 1, 67 | produce a perfect thing in an ~instant, according to the greatness 132 1, 73 | day God perfected in an ~instant, for with each work are 133 1, 104 | body to be moved ~in one instant; for since every movement 134 1, 112 | he can be with man ~in an instant.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 135 2, 45 | a man to take note in an instant of all the difficulties ~ 136 2, 48 | commotion of the ~heat urging to instant action, which commotion 137 2, 96 | any sudden risk needing instant ~remedy, it is not competent 138 2, 113 | ungodly takes place in an instant or ~successively?~Aquin.: 139 2, 113 | does not take ~place in an instant, but successively, since, 140 2, 113 | the ungodly to be in an ~instant.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 141 2, 113 | ungodly cannot be in an instant.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 142 2, 113 | soul, there must be an ~instant when it first dwells in 143 2, 113 | forgiven ~there must be a last instant that man is in sin. But 144 2, 113 | But it cannot be the ~same instant, otherwise opposites would 145 2, 113 | grace takes place in an ~instant and without succession. 146 2, 113 | by God takes place in an ~instant.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 147 2, 113 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: The same instant the form is acquired, the 148 2, 113 | with the form; as fire, the instant it is generated moves ~upwards, 149 2, 113 | terminated in ~the same instant. Now to will and not to 150 2, 113 | time, there is no last ~instant in which the previous form 151 2, 113 | last time, and the first instant that the subsequent form 152 2, 113 | are not ~to consider one instant, since neither do instants 153 2, 113 | time is terminated by an instant. Hence in the whole of the 154 2, 113 | opposite form; but in the last instant of this time, which is the 155 2, 113 | time, which is the first ~instant of the subsequent time, 156 2, 113 | therefore, there is a last instant ~in which the preceding 157 2, 113 | preceding is, and a first instant in which the subsequent ~ 158 2, 113 | say that there is no last instant that ~sin inheres, but a 159 2, 113 | whereas there is a first instant that grace ~inheres; and 160 2, 89 | teaching, ought not to be instant in singing, lest thereby 161 2, 162 | alteration, and thus in the first instant in which life departs, ~ 162 2, 170 | for He is able at the same instant to bring into being ~matter 163 2, 170 | prophetic grace, at the very instant of ~its creation.~Aquin.: 164 3, 6 | is terminated at the same instant in which the ~substantial 165 3, 7 | comprehensor from the first instant of His conception. ~Hence 166 3, 26 | rational soul at the very first instant of animation, ~unless the 167 3, 26 | soul "in ~that self-same instant," thus redeeming her and 168 3, 26 | nor after, but in the very instant of, animation.~Aquin.: SMT 169 3, 33 | was formed in the first instant of its ~conception?~(2) 170 3, 33 | was animated in the first instant of its conception?~(3) Whether 171 3, 33 | by the Word in the first instant of its ~conception?~(4) 172 3, 33 | was formed in the first instant of its conception?~Aquin.: 173 3, 33 | not formed in the first ~instant of its conception. For it 174 3, 33 | perfectly formed in the first instant of ~its conception.~Aquin.: 175 3, 33 | be ~moved locally in an instant: since the time taken in 176 3, 33 | body was not formed in an instant. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 177 3, 33 | could not be in ~the same instant both blood and flesh, because 178 3, 33 | forms. Therefore the last ~instant in which it was blood was 179 3, 33 | distinct from the first instant in ~which it was flesh. 180 3, 33 | body was not formed in an instant, but during a ~space of 181 3, 33 | Therefore in the first instant ~in which the various parts 182 3, 33 | possible to fix the last instant in which that ~matter was 183 3, 33 | interval up to the first instant in which Christ's ~body 184 3, 33 | body was formed. And this instant was the terminus of the 185 3, 33 | was animated in the first instant of its conception?~Aquin.: 186 3, 33 | not animated in the first ~instant of its conception. For Pope 187 3, 33 | into other men at the first instant of their conception. Therefore ~ 188 3, 33 | into His body in the first ~instant of its conception.~Aquin.: 189 3, 33 | matter. But in the first instant of its conception ~Christ' 190 3, 33 | not animated in the first ~instant of its conception.~Aquin.: 191 3, 33 | be effected in ~the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 192 3, 33 | Orth. iii): "At the very ~instant that there was flesh, it 193 3, 33 | Wherefore in the first ~instant of its conception Christ' 194 3, 33 | than theirs at the first instant of His ~conception. Nevertheless 195 3, 33 | at ~once and in the first instant it received a perfect form, 196 3, 33 | Word of God, at the first instant of its ~conception; but, 197 3, 33 | conception were in the same instant. So that, ~as Augustine [* 198 3, 34 | sanctified by grace in the first instant of His ~conception?~(2) 199 3, 34 | 2) Whether in that same instant He had the use of free-will?~( 200 3, 34 | 3) Whether in that same instant He could merit?~(4) Whether 201 3, 34 | 4) Whether in that same instant He was a perfect comprehensor?~ 202 3, 34 | sanctified in the first instant of His conception?~Aquin.: 203 3, 34 | sanctified in the first instant ~of His conception. For 204 3, 34 | 2],3) that in the first instant of conception, ~Christ's 205 3, 34 | Consequently, in the first instant of His conception, Christ 206 3, 34 | of free-will in the first instant of ~His conception?~Aquin.: 207 3, 34 | free-will in ~the first instant of His conception. For a 208 3, 34 | began to exist in the first instant of His conception, as ~was 209 3, 34 | of free-will in the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 210 3, 34 | of free-will in the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 211 3, 34 | impossible in the first instant of Christ's conception. 212 3, 34 | free-will at the first ~instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 213 3, 34 | of free-will in the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 214 3, 34 | therefore, say that in the first instant of His conception ~Christ 215 3, 34 | soul which can be had in an instant. And ~such is the operation 216 3, 34 | free-will in the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 217 3, 34 | is not terminated in ~an instant, but continues for a time; 218 3, 34 | light ~is perfected in an instant. And such an operation is 219 3, 34 | But Christ, in the first instant of His ~conception, had 220 3, 34 | could ~choose at once in an instant.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 221 3, 34 | possible for Him, in the first instant of His ~conception, to have 222 3, 34 | rational soul in the first instant of His ~conception, through 223 3, 34 | sense ~of touch in that same instant.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 224 3, 34 | could merit in the first instant of His conception?~Aquin.: 225 3, 34 | could not merit in the first instant of ~His conception. For 226 3, 34 | could not sin in the first instant of his ~creation, as was 227 3, 34 | soul merit in the first instant of its creation - that is, 228 3, 34 | that is, in ~the first instant of Christ's conception.~ 229 3, 34 | which man has in the first instant of his ~conception seems 230 3, 34 | as man ~had in the first instant of His conception, was not 231 3, 34 | Christ merited in ~the first instant of His conception, it follows 232 3, 34 | not ~merit in the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 233 3, 34 | not ~merited in the first instant of His conception. Therefore 234 3, 34 | Christ merited ~in the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 235 3, 34 | sanctified by grace in ~the first instant of His conception. Now, 236 3, 34 | did merit in the first ~instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 237 3, 34 | meritoriously in the first instant of its creation, but not ~ 238 3, 34 | Christ's soul in the first instant of its ~creation receive 239 3, 34 | also merited ~in the first instant of His conception: not, 240 3, 34 | comprehensor in the first instant of His ~conception?~Aquin.: 241 3, 34 | comprehensor in the ~first instant of His conception. For merit 242 3, 34 | Christ merited in the first instant of His ~conception, as stated 243 3, 34 | comprehensor in the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: 244 3, 34 | comprehension in the first instant of His conception, when 245 3, 34 | of beatitude in the first instant of ~His conception.~Aquin.: 246 3, 34 | Word of God in the first ~instant of His conception. Therefore, 247 3, 34 | Therefore, in the first instant of His ~conception, Christ, 248 3, 34 | manifest that in the first instant ~of His conception Christ 249 3, 43 | conception; for ~from that instant He was both God and man. 250 3, 44 | usefulness." ~Likewise in an instant He conferred perfect health 251 3, 49 | for Himself from the first instant of His ~conception, as stated 252 3, 49 | beatified from the first instant of His conception. Therefore 253 3, 54 | soul was glorified from the instant of His conception by perfect ~ 254 3, 57 | the body will be on ~the instant; nor will the spirit desire 255 3, 57 | being moved locally in an instant, because it ~must be commensurate 256 3, 72 | as from the very ~first instant of His conception He was " 257 3, 75 | wine remains until the last instant of the consecration; but ~ 258 3, 75 | consecration; but ~in the last instant of the consecration there 259 3, 75 | already ~present in the last instant of generation. Hence no 260 3, 75 | of generation. Hence no instant can be ~assigned in which 261 3, 75 | began to be done in the last instant of its consecration, then 262 3, 75 | Neither, then, is in the ~same instant, but in two instants. But 263 3, 75 | which is between the last instant in which the bread ~is there, 264 3, 75 | is there, and the first instant in which the body of Christ 265 3, 75 | belongs to operate in an instant.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 266 3, 75 | things. Hence between the instant that marks the close of 267 3, 75 | the unity of time and of instant, ~or even their plurality, 268 3, 75 | Some say therefore that the instant in which the bread was last, 269 3, 75 | bread was last, and the ~instant in which the body of Christ 270 3, 75 | is no likeness, because instant and time is not the ~intrinsic 271 3, 75 | say that it is the same instant in fact, but another ~according 272 3, 75 | priest, so that the ~last instant of pronouncing the words 273 3, 75 | pronouncing the words is the first instant in which ~Christ's body 274 3, 75 | preceding time. Of this time no instant is to be ~taken as proximately 275 3, 75 | And therefore a first ~instant can be assigned in which 276 3, 75 | is present; but a last ~instant cannot be assigned in which 277 3, 75 | comes about in the last ~instant of the pronouncing of the 278 3, 77 | be said that in the ~last instant of the corruption of the 279 3, 77 | because it is in that very instant that ~they have the being 280 3, 78 | this ~power in the last instant of their being uttered, 281 3, 78 | takes place in the last instant of ~pronouncing the words. 282 3, 78 | senses; not at the precise instant of its being uttered, but 283 3, 78 | but merely at ~the last instant thereof; as when a man says, " 284 3, 78 | adverb "now" points to the instant immediately following the 285 3, 78 | successively, but in an ~instant, as stated above (Q[77], 286 3, 78 | with reference to the last instant of the words ~being spoken, 287 3, 78 | but has its effect on the instant.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 288 3, 82 | be directed to ~the same instant of the consecration.~Aquin.: 289 3, 84 | of past sins in the first instant of his true penance, nevertheless 290 3, 89 | grace; so that in the same instant there is ~infusion of grace 291 Suppl, 2 | every mortal sin in an ~instant. Therefore it is not necessary 292 Suppl, 36| a ~man is repaired in an instant by Divine grace.~Aquin.: 293 Suppl, 73| heat at once in the first instant, ~but it begins at once 294 Suppl, 74| time; because at the very instant that the heavens will cease 295 Suppl, 74| be instantaneous, if by instant we mean ~an indivisible 296 Suppl, 74| will be instantaneous if by instant ~we mean an imperceptible 297 Suppl, 74| all happen together in an instant.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 298 Suppl, 74| are together in the same ~instant, or one is in the instant 299 Suppl, 74| instant, or one is in the instant that terminates the other.~ 300 Suppl, 74| its effect in its last ~instant.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 301 Suppl, 75| even of man, will in ~an instant return to that soul which 302 Suppl, 81| either in time or in an ~instant. Now after the resurrection 303 Suppl, 81| time are divisible. But an instant is indivisible. Therefore 304 Suppl, 81| glorified ~body is at the same instant in two or more places together, 305 Suppl, 81| although it is the same instant ~really, it is not the same 306 Suppl, 81| is not enough, because an instant measures the ~instantaneous, 307 Suppl, 81| considering it. Wherefore an instant through being considered 308 Suppl, 81| and consequently whatever instant the ~will shall choose, 309 Suppl, 81| shall choose, at that same instant the body will be in whatever ~ 310 Suppl, 84| at the same time in an instant. This is easily credible 311 Suppl, 85| to be accomplished in an instant.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[88] A[ 312 Suppl, 88| fail, it would fail in an instant. Now an instant is ~defined ( 313 Suppl, 88| fail in an instant. Now an instant is ~defined (Phys. viii) " 314 Suppl, 88| would be time after the last instant of time, ~which is impossible.


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