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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 8 | Therefore God is not in ~many places; and thus He is not everywhere.~ 2 1, 8 | parts of place, ~or in many places; likewise the indivisible 3 1, 8 | it is ~in one or in many places, and in a small or large 4 1, 8 | its parts ~in different places, it would not be primarily 5 1, 8 | For whatever number of places be ~supposed, even if an 6 1, 8 | because whatever number ~of places be supposed to exist, God 7 1, 8 | because, supposing that ~other places existed besides itself, 8 1, 9 | attain to certain fresh ~places - which cannot be said of 9 1, 9 | His infinity fills all ~places, as was shown above (Q[8], 10 1, 10 | intelligence, of affections ~and of places in their own degree. Therefore 11 1, 13 | this ~individual which it places under the species by way 12 1, 13 | the "suppositum" what it places in the ~subject; and what 13 1, 13 | the ~subject; and what it places in the predicate it draws 14 1, 16 | extension to all time and to all places, as it belongs to God to 15 1, 20 | Div. Nom. iv, 1), love places the lover outside himself, 16 1, 23 | predestination, and whether it places anything in the ~predestined?~( 17 1, 23 | 1~Whether predestination places anything in the predestined?~ 18 1, 23 | actually exists; and it thus places something in the predestined.~ 19 1, 29 | affirmed of God in many places of Scripture; as ~that He 20 1, 45 | I answer that, Creation places something in the thing created 21 1, 51 | comparison with corporeal places; and, thirdly, of their ~ 22 1, 52 | 2) Can he be in several places at once?~(3) Can several 23 1, 52 | angel can be in several places at once?~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 52 | angel can be in several places at once. For ~an angel is 25 1, 52 | the soul is in ~several places at once, for it is entirely 26 1, 52 | angel can be in several places ~at once.~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 52 | parts there are various ~places. Therefore the angel is 28 1, 52 | is at one time in various places.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 29 1, 52 | occasionally he operates in several places at ~one time, as is evident 30 1, 52 | angel can be in several places at the one time.~Aquin.: 31 1, 52 | not merely present in some places, but is everywhere. Now 32 1, 52 | everywhere, nor in several places, but in only one place.~ 33 1, 53 | various contacts of various places successively, and not at ~ 34 1, 53 | angel cannot be in several places at one time, as was ~said 35 1, 53 | occupy the parts of two places appertains to the angel 36 1, 53 | are infinite ~intermediate places; whether the places be taken 37 1, 53 | intermediate places; whether the places be taken as divisible or 38 1, 53 | clearly evident with regard to places which are ~indivisible; 39 1, 53 | necessity ~be said of divisible places: and this is shown from 40 1, 53 | there must be infinite places between ~the first from 41 1, 53 | so are the ~intermediate places multiplied; because every 42 1, 53 | that ~between every two places there are infinite intermediate 43 1, 53 | are infinite intermediate places.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 44 1, 53 | infinity of the intermediate places ~by the continuity of its 45 1, 53 | because, as the intermediate places ~are infinite in potentiality, 46 1, 53 | through all ~the intermediate places, or else that it actually 47 1, 53 | actually numbers infinite ~places: which is not possible. 48 1, 53 | through all intermediate places.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 49 1, 53 | the intermediate divisible places are infinite, as was said 50 1, 53 | essence is applied to ~various places: but the soul's essence 51 1, 53 | succession of the various places, even without the mid-space, ~ 52 1, 53 | changed through infinite places throughout the whole ~time 53 1, 53 | in one of the continuous places, and partly in ~another, 54 1, 57 | princes and powers in heavenly places." And the ~Apostle says ( 55 1, 65 | architect, without injustice, places stones of the same kind 56 1, 68 | the same species, and two places are assigned to them, though 57 1, 69 | the waters occupied more ~places than one seems to be implied 58 1, 70 | goeth forward, surveying all places round about." But Basil ( 59 1, 72 | earth ~is mentioned in both places. And here again Augustine 60 1, 77 | contrary, The Philosopher places several powers in the soul ( 61 1, 77 | De Trin. x, 11; xiv, 7) places memory in the mind; not ~ 62 1, 46 | I answer that, Creation places something in the thing created 63 1, 52 | comparison with corporeal places; and, thirdly, of their ~ 64 1, 53 | 2) Can he be in several places at once?~(3) Can several 65 1, 53 | angel can be in several places at once?~Aquin.: SMT FP 66 1, 53 | angel can be in several places at once. For ~an angel is 67 1, 53 | the soul is in ~several places at once, for it is entirely 68 1, 53 | angel can be in several places ~at once.~Aquin.: SMT FP 69 1, 53 | parts there are various ~places. Therefore the angel is 70 1, 53 | is at one time in various places.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 71 1, 53 | occasionally he operates in several places at ~one time, as is evident 72 1, 53 | angel can be in several places at the one time.~Aquin.: 73 1, 53 | not merely present in some places, but is everywhere. Now 74 1, 53 | everywhere, nor in several places, but in only one place.~ 75 1, 54 | various contacts of various places successively, and not at ~ 76 1, 54 | angel cannot be in several places at one time, as was ~said 77 1, 54 | occupy the parts of two places appertains to the angel 78 1, 54 | are infinite intermediate places; whether the places be taken 79 1, 54 | intermediate places; whether the places be taken as divisible or 80 1, 54 | clearly evident with regard to places which are ~indivisible; 81 1, 54 | necessity ~be said of divisible places: and this is shown from 82 1, 54 | there must be infinite places between ~the first from 83 1, 54 | so are the ~intermediate places multiplied; because every 84 1, 54 | that ~between every two places there are infinite intermediate 85 1, 54 | are infinite intermediate places.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 86 1, 54 | infinity of the intermediate places ~by the continuity of its 87 1, 54 | because, as the intermediate places ~are infinite in potentiality, 88 1, 54 | through all ~the intermediate places, or else that it actually 89 1, 54 | actually numbers infinite ~places: which is not possible. 90 1, 54 | through all intermediate places.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 91 1, 54 | the intermediate divisible places are infinite, as was said 92 1, 54 | essence is applied to ~various places: but the soul's essence 93 1, 54 | succession of the various places, even without the mid-space, ~ 94 1, 54 | changed through infinite places throughout the whole ~time 95 1, 54 | in one of the continuous places, and partly in ~another, 96 1, 58 | princes and powers in heavenly places." And the ~Apostle says ( 97 1, 66 | architect, without injustice, places stones of the same kind 98 1, 69 | the same species, and two places are assigned to them, though 99 1, 70 | the waters occupied more ~places than one seems to be implied 100 1, 71 | goeth forward, surveying all places round about." But Basil ( 101 1, 71 | earth ~is mentioned in both places. And here again Augustine 102 1, 76 | contrary, The Philosopher places several powers in the soul ( 103 1, 76 | De Trin. x, 11; xiv, 7) places memory in the mind; not ~ 104 1, 78 | Augustine (De Trin. x, 11) places the intelligence and will 105 1, 83 | the story ~of times and places?"~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 106 1, 87 | Hence Aristotle clearly ~places the ultimate felicity of 107 1, 92 | which it is clear that he places ~the image of the Divine 108 1, 101 | the highest of corporeal places, and ~is outside the region 109 1, 101 | second objection, for those places befit ~those animals in 110 1, 107 | every hierarchy Dionysius ~places three orders (Coel. Hier. 111 1, 107 | principality," and Dionysius places in its definition that it " 112 1, 107 | Angels" is found in many places of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 113 1, 107 | Gregory (Hom. xxiv in Evang.) places the ~"Principalities" above 114 1, 107 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii), places in the highest ~hierarchy 115 1, 107 | the middle hierarchy he places the ~"Dominations," as the 116 1, 107 | Virtues." For Dionysius places the ~"Virtues" beneath the " 117 1, 107 | Archangels." ~Gregory, however, places the "Principalities" between 118 1, 107 | right hand in the heavenly places above all Principality and 119 1, 107 | and Dominion." Here he places "Virtues" between "Powers" 120 1, 107 | Him and in Him." Here he places the ~"Principalities" between " 121 1, 107 | derived from their names, ~places in the first hierarchy those 122 1, 107 | and "Thrones"; ~and he places in the middle hierarchy 123 1, 107 | Virtues," and "Powers"; and he places in the third hierarchy the 124 1, 109 | order of Divine wisdom, Who places different rulers over ~different 125 1, 112 | maketh peace in His high ~places." But strife is opposed 126 1, 113 | of wickedness in the high places."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] 127 1, 116 | and powers in the heavenly places through the Church." But ~ 128 1, 116 | and powers in the heavenly places - that ~is, through the 129 2, 1 | Further, by the fact that it places its last end in one thing, ~ 130 2, 16 | enjoys money, because he ~places his last end therein; but 131 2, 18 | Whether a circumstance places a moral action in the species 132 2, 18 | action better or worse, ~places the moral action in the 133 2, 18 | 1~Whether a circumstance places a moral action in the species 134 2, 18 | every circumstance that places the moral action ~in the 135 2, 18 | action better or worse, places a ~moral action in a species 136 2, 18 | action better or worse, places it ~in a species of good 137 2, 57 | Philosopher (Ethic. vi, ~1) places certain intellectual virtues 138 2, 68 | virtue commonly so called, places a kind of "heroic" or ~" 139 2, 99 | Covetousness whereby man places his end in temporalities, ~ 140 2, 102 | under the Old Law, various places, called synagogues, appointed 141 2, 102 | just as now there are ~places called churches in which 142 2, 102 | maketh peace in . . . ~high places." For this reason, too, 143 2, 102 | Gentiles worshipped in desert places, because it was unlawful 144 2, 102 | extracts its food from deep places on land or water: it may ~ 145 2, 103 | God demanded that certain places should be ~set apart from 146 2, 106 | as men dwell in various places, so do they live in ~various 147 2, 106 | Gospel to be preached in all places, as may be seen in the ~ 148 2, 106 | New Law avails ~for all places, but not for all times: 149 2, 106 | with regard to various ~places, times, and persons, according 150 2, 2 | virtue, except in certain places and at certain ~times. We 151 2, 3 | at ~all times and in all places, but in certain places and 152 2, 3 | all places, but in certain places and at certain times, ~when, 153 2, 17 | or mercy, in which hope places its trust. Hence ~this does 154 2, 18 | contrary to charity, when a man places his end in the love of ~ 155 2, 23 | twofold, one whereby man places his end in ~creatures, and 156 2, 31 | our erring ~brother at all places and times.~Aquin.: SMT SS 157 2, 42 | differently worded in various places: ~for, as we said in the 158 2, 45 | death," because, to wit, it places its ultimate ~end in the 159 2, 47 | De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53) places memory among the ~parts 160 2, 47 | the opinion ~of Plotinus places docility among the parts 161 2, 53 | prudence whereby a ~man places the end of his whole life 162 2, 75 | are not fixed, but in some places are greater, in others ~ 163 2, 75 | different ~in different places, on account of the difference 164 2, 82 | seems to apply to other places. Therefore a definite place 165 2, 85 | who do not give tithes in places where the Church does ~not 166 2, 94 | that certain times, or ~places, hearing of certain words 167 2, 97 | worship, but also to sacred places and to ~certain other sacred 168 2, 97 | differences of sacred persons and places.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[99] A[ 169 2, 98 | it is the ~custom in some places to give something in the 170 2, 98 | among the Gentiles burial places are looked upon as ~religious, 171 2, 107 | the Fourth ~Book of Ethics places truth among the other virtues.~ 172 2, 116 | also for knowledge and high places, when prominence is immoderately ~ 173 2, 116 | cities and ~despoil sacred places are not to be called illiberal," 174 2, 120 | sacred days, but also ~sacred places and sacred vessels, and 175 2, 121 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Ambrose places fortitude before the other 176 2, 133 | who (Ethic. ii, ~8; iv, 2) places magnificence as a mean between 177 2, 145 | equally observed at all places and times. Therefore fasting 178 2, 147 | of ~certain persons and places.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 179 2, 151 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) places lust among the capital ~ 180 2, 156 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) places anger among the ~capital 181 2, 166 | of fun at undue times ~or places, or out of keeping with 182 2, 167 | according to different times and places. ~Hence Augustine says ( 183 2, 170 | their ~movements in avoiding places exposed to storm. Much more 184 2, 177 | 1: The life of pleasure places its end in pleasures of 185 2, 178 | Philosopher (Ethic. x, 7) ~places man's ultimate happiness 186 2, 183 | 7): "They love the first places at feasts, and the first 187 2, 184 | Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. vi) places penitents in ~the lowest 188 2, 184 | is impossible for him who places his ~affection in riches, 189 2, 185 | Apostle did not do this in places like Athens where he ~had 190 2, 186 | dwell in the most lonely places, content to live on ~water 191 3, 1 | Him. But in such times and places as His Gospel was not ~preached 192 3, 8 | right ~hand in the heavenly places, above all Principality 193 3, 8 | reference to certain special places, as bishops ~of their Churches. 194 3, 10 | right hand in the heavenly places, above all principality 195 3, 19 | 2~Reply OBJ 1: Dionysius places in Christ a theandric, i.e. 196 3, 31 | innumerable parts in various places . . . Far otherwise is ~ 197 3, 40 | crowd and sought lonely places: hence ~Remigius [*Cf. Catena 198 3, 40 | that our Lord had three places of refuge: the ship, the ~ 199 3, 42 | they found ~them in several places depicted in company with 200 3, 46 | in His hands, so are all places: and consequently, ~since 201 3, 49 | persons, ~and in times and places, according to the hidden 202 3, 49 | that ~is, of the heavenly places - "through the blood of 203 3, 52 | by any place: indeed, all places ~put together could not 204 3, 52 | not according to ~times or places that we say that the whole 205 3, 54 | comeliness will appear ~in the places scarred by the wounds.~Aquin.: 206 3, 55 | is quite unknown in what places He was bodily present in ~ 207 3, 55 | people, and in those very places" in which for the most ~ 208 3, 56 | presence is in ~touch with all places and times; and such virtual 209 3, 57 | which is the highest of places is ~becomingly due to spiritual 210 3, 57 | either on the part of the ~places; and thus there is no place 211 3, 58 | together in the heavenly ~places through Christ Jesus." But 212 3, 58 | with Him, ~in the heavenly places"; namely, for the very reason 213 3, 65 | Confirmation, as Dionysius places it ~(Eccl. Hier. iii, iv), 214 3, 74 | to be found, and in many places wine is not to ~be found. 215 3, 75 | no body can be in several places at the one time. For ~this 216 3, 75 | altars, not as in different ~places, but "sacramentally": and 217 3, 75 | terminated in different places at the one ~time, whereas 218 3, 75 | one ~time to be in several places. And consequently it remains 219 3, 78 | Mass is not the same in all places or times, but ~various portions 220 3, 80 | forbade entrance into the holy places, yet which ~under the New 221 3, 83 | presume to say mass except in places consecrated by ~the bishop." 222 3, 83 | celebrated everywhere, but in places consecrated by the bishop, 223 3, 83 | bishops presiding over such places."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 224 3, 83 | 3~Hence it is that such places are cleansed and exorcised 225 3, 83 | and "for those set in high places" ~(1 Tim. 2:2), and, in 226 3, 83 | body was divided in the ~places of the five wounds. Therefore 227 Suppl, 32| first, for ~that reason the places of the five senses are anointed. 228 Suppl, 32| the finger tips, (in some places ~too the loins are anointed 229 Suppl, 35| Therefore a character ~places a man in a state whence 230 Suppl, 37| the others in so far as it places its recipients in a degree ~ 231 Suppl, 37| offerings from the people and places them on the altar or ~offers 232 Suppl, 38| bishop to assign others to places ~in all the Divine services. 233 Suppl, 52| the payment of the ~debt places in the way of the service 234 Suppl, 57| result from adoption ~which places the adopted under the care 235 Suppl, 64| contrary, Just as certain places are holy because they are ~ 236 Suppl, 65| same power at all times and places." Now plurality of wives 237 Suppl, 65| force ~at all times and places; but accidentally on account 238 Suppl, 65| vary at certain times and places, as the Philosopher (Ethic. 239 Suppl, 65| things. For at all times and ~places the right hand is better 240 Suppl, 69| we must consider (1) the ~places appointed for the reception 241 Suppl, 69| inquiry:~(1) Whether any places are appointed to receive 242 Suppl, 69| are able to leave those places?~(4) Whether the limbo of 243 Suppl, 69| children?~(7) Whether so many places should be distinguished?~ 244 Suppl, 69| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether places are appointed to receive 245 Suppl, 69| OBJ 1: It would seem that places are not appointed to receive 246 Suppl, 69| not conveyed to corporeal places, except with a body, or 247 Suppl, 69| is absurd to assign any places for the reception of souls.~ 248 Suppl, 69| are indifferent to all places; for it cannot be ~said 249 Suppl, 69| corporeal conditions. Therefore places ~should not be assigned 250 Suppl, 69| bodies. Therefore definite places should not be ~assigned 251 Suppl, 69| conveyed to various corporeal places, as in the case of ~Paschasius 252 Suppl, 69| death souls have certain places for their reception.~Aquin.: 253 Suppl, 69| nevertheless certain corporeal places are ~appointed to them by 254 Suppl, 69| in common with ~certain places: for instance, souls that 255 Suppl, 69| darkness by sin, with ~dark places.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 256 Suppl, 69| directly from corporeal ~places in the same way as bodies 257 Suppl, 69| maintained by their respective ~places: yet these same souls, through 258 Suppl, 69| to be appointed ~to such places, gather joy or sorrow therefrom; 259 Suppl, 69| and because in certain places there are souls now which ~ 260 Suppl, 69| that they are in several places or ~everywhere at once, 261 Suppl, 69| as to the quality of the ~places, inasmuch as souls are punished 262 Suppl, 69| punished or rewarded in certain places. ~Accordingly if we consider 263 Suppl, 69| aforesaid quality of the places, there is no doubt that 264 Suppl, 69| not in ~reference to the places of punishment, but in comparison 265 Suppl, 69| in comparison with other ~places, as including all penal 266 Suppl, 69| as including all penal places under one head. Again we 267 Suppl, 69| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the places of punishment should correspond 268 Suppl, 69| sometimes punished in the places where they ~sinned, as Gregory 269 Suppl, 69| blissful reward and several ~places of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 270 Suppl, 70| to be ~borne to corporeal places and by means of sensible 271 Suppl, 71| friends to be ~buried in holy places, since by so doing they 272 Suppl, 72| this reason we find that places where ~crimes have been 273 Suppl, 72| two ~substances in some places severed from one another, 274 Suppl, 72| heaven: since from both places man and devil were expelled ~ 275 Suppl, 80| must ~needs occupy distinct places, else one line added to 276 Suppl, 80| unless they occupy distinct places, ~so is it impossible for 277 Suppl, 80| But it happens that two places have one term, even ~as 278 Suppl, 80| must needs be in distinct places, yet the same term of two 279 Suppl, 80| yet the same term of two places ~corresponds to the two 280 Suppl, 80| same time ~in different places, except by some kind of 281 Suppl, 80| bodies must ~needs be in two places is that distinction in matter 282 Suppl, 80| be miraculously in two ~places locally (for Christ's body 283 Suppl, 80| Because to be in several places at once is incompatible 284 Suppl, 80| body be locally in several ~places at once implies a contradiction, 285 Suppl, 81| it ~cannot be in several places at the same time, for this 286 Suppl, 81| remaining part is ~in two places at the same time, which 287 Suppl, 81| in all ~the intervening places: unless we suppose that 288 Suppl, 81| the very ~succession of places is local movement. The same 289 Suppl, 81| same instant in two or more places together, namely in the ~ 290 Suppl, 81| and in all the intervening places, which is impossible.~Aquin.: 291 Suppl, 85| Golgotha. Therefore these ~places would be more suitably appointed 292 Suppl, 88| the sun and moon fill the places appointed to them not ~without 293 Suppl, 93| enumerating the ~saints together places the martyrs before the doctors 294 Suppl, 96| commits a mortal sin, he places his end in a creature; and ~ 295 Appen2, 1| and consequently these ~places must needs be distinct.~ 296 Appen2, 1| are punished in the very places where they sinned." ~And 297 Appen2, 1| are punished in ~various places, either that the living 298 Appen2, 1| sins committed in various places. And ~others say that according


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