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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | 4) Whether an infinite multitude can exist?~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 7 | 1/1~Whether an infinite multitude can exist?~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 7 | that an actually infinite multitude is possible. For it ~is 4 1, 7 | possible for an infinite ~multitude actually to exist.~Aquin.: 5 1, 7 | other. But supposing a multitude of things to exist, there 6 1, 7 | for an actually ~infinite multitude to exist absolutely; but 7 1, 7 | an accidentally infinite ~multitude was not impossible. A multitude 8 1, 7 | multitude was not impossible. A multitude is said to be infinite ~ 9 1, 7 | absolutely, when an infinite multitude is necessary that something 10 1, 7 | 7] A[4] Body Para. 2/3~A multitude is said to be accidentally 11 1, 7 | requiring a certain absolute multitude; namely, ~art in the soul, 12 1, 7 | number of ~causes. But the multitude of hammers, inasmuch as 13 1, 7 | another used, is an accidental multitude; for it happens by accident 14 1, 7 | an accidentally ~infinite multitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4] 15 1, 7 | impossible; since every kind of multitude must belong ~to a species 16 1, 7 | belong ~to a species of multitude. Now the species of multitude 17 1, 7 | multitude. Now the species of multitude are to be ~reckoned by the 18 1, 7 | infinite; ~for every number is multitude measured by one. Hence it 19 1, 7 | be an actually infinite multitude, either absolute or ~accidental. 20 1, 7 | or ~accidental. Likewise multitude in nature is created; and 21 1, 7 | for an actually infinite ~multitude to exist, even accidentally. 22 1, 7 | a potentially infinite ~multitude is possible; because the 23 1, 7 | because the increase of multitude follows upon the ~division 24 1, 7 | potentially in the addition of multitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4] 25 1, 7 | Likewise the infinite in multitude is reduced to act successively, ~ 26 1, 7 | all at once; because every multitude can be succeeded by another ~ 27 1, 7 | be succeeded by another ~multitude to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 7 | an infinitely numerable multitude is not ~all at once reduced 29 1, 7 | to act, so neither is the multitude of figures.~Aquin.: SMT 30 1, 7 | to any single species of multitude. Hence it is not possible 31 1, 7 | for ~an actually infinite multitude to exist.~ 32 1, 10 | not multiplied by their multitude, because by one ~separate 33 1, 11 | many" accidentally. For multitude ~itself would not be contained 34 1, 11 | that ~"there is no kind of multitude that is not in a way one. 35 1, 11 | its opposite. But every "multitude" is in ~a certain way "one," 36 1, 11 | one" is not opposed to "multitude."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 37 1, 11 | constituted by its opposite. But ~"multitude" is constituted by "one." 38 1, 11 | Therefore it is not opposed to ~"multitude."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 39 1, 11 | if "one" is opposed to "multitude," it is opposed as the ~ 40 1, 11 | that ~"one" comes after "multitude," and is defined by it; 41 1, 11 | whereas, on the ~contrary, "multitude" is defined by "one." Hence 42 1, 11 | indivisibility; ~and the idea of "multitude" contains division. Therefore " 43 1, 11 | of number is opposed to "multitude" which is ~number, as the 44 1, 11 | measure; and number is "multitude" measured by "one," ~as 45 1, 11 | being" ~is opposed to "multitude" by way of privation; as 46 1, 11 | Hence it happens that ~multitude is some one thing; and evil 47 1, 11 | part of a man a man. Now multitude is such a kind ~of a whole. 48 1, 11 | has not the form of the ~multitude, the latter is composed 49 1, 11 | as if unities constituted multitude so far as ~they are undivided, 50 1, 11 | way they are opposed to multitude; but so ~far as they have 51 1, 11 | beginning of a line." ~"Multitude" also, in idea, follows 52 1, 11 | things to convey the idea of multitude except by the fact that 53 1, 11 | placed in the definition of ~"multitude"; but "multitude" is not 54 1, 11 | definition of ~"multitude"; but "multitude" is not placed in the definition 55 1, 11 | fourthly, the notion of multitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 56 1, 14 | fail in this respect, that ~multitude and diversity are caused 57 1, 14 | this kind of ~diversity and multitude cannot be known in its principle 58 1, 15 | so on, until this great multitude of beings was ~produced. 59 1, 21 | a family or any kind of multitude ~evinces justice of this 60 1, 30 | of division results ~in a multitude, which does not belong to 61 1, 30 | and by many. This kind of ~multitude is found only in immaterial 62 1, 30 | Some, considering only that multitude which is a species of discrete ~ 63 1, 30 | considering the same kind of ~multitude, said that as knowledge 64 1, 30 | that they are taken from multitude in ~a transcendent sense. 65 1, 30 | transcendent sense. Now multitude so understood has relation 66 1, 30 | we speak of many things, multitude in this latter ~sense points 67 1, 30 | is of the very nature of multitude that ~it should be composed 68 1, 30 | relation. And so likewise is multitude; hence in God ~it may mean 69 1, 30 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Multitude, which denotes something 70 1, 30 | unlike ~transcendental multitude, which adds only indivision 71 1, 30 | predicated. Such a kind of multitude is applicable to God.~Aquin.: 72 1, 30 | One" does not exclude multitude, but division, which ~logically 73 1, 30 | logically precedes one or multitude. Multitude does not remove 74 1, 30 | precedes one or multitude. Multitude does not remove unity, but ~ 75 1, 30 | individuals which compose the multitude. This ~was explained when 76 1, 31 | term, since it ~signifies multitude. But such a word does not 77 1, 31 | order. For "people" is a ~multitude of men comprehended under 78 1, 36 | some order exists in the ~multitude produced. Hence also in 79 1, 39 | it has of itself unity or multitude; wherefore the ~singularity 80 1, 39 | as the form of an ordered multitude. So if the ~names signifying 81 1, 40 | answer that, In whatever multitude of things is to be found 82 1, 44 | that unity must come before multitude; ~and Aristotle said (Metaph. 83 1, 47 | points of inquiry:~(1) The multitude or distinction of things.~( 84 1, 47 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the multitude and distinction of things 85 1, 47 | It would seem that the multitude and distinction of things 86 1, 47 | Therefore the ~distinction and multitude of things is from God.~Aquin.: 87 1, 47 | attributed the ~distinction and multitude of things to matter and 88 1, 47 | that the distinction and multitude of things come from ~the 89 1, 47 | end forasmuch as ~material multitude has no certain limit, but 90 1, 50 | far beyond all ~material multitude. This is what Dionysius 91 1, 50 | observed in regard to their multitude. We see, in fact, ~that 92 1, 50 | material substances as to multitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 93 1, 50 | distinction of forms; according as multitude is reckoned among the ~transcendentals, 94 1, 50 | must ~needs have least of multitude in its composition, but 95 1, 58 | text. 21. But there ~is a multitude of things understood in 96 1, 58 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Not every multitude of things understood causes ~ 97 1, 58 | causes ~composition, but a multitude of such things understood 98 1, 39 | it has of itself unity or multitude; wherefore the ~singularity 99 1, 39 | as the form of an ordered multitude. So if the ~names signifying 100 1, 40 | answer that, In whatever multitude of things is to be found 101 1, 45 | that unity must come before multitude; ~and Aristotle said (Metaph. 102 1, 48 | points of inquiry:~(1) The multitude or distinction of things.~( 103 1, 48 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the multitude and distinction of things 104 1, 48 | It would seem that the multitude and distinction of things 105 1, 48 | Therefore the ~distinction and multitude of things is from God.~Aquin.: 106 1, 48 | attributed the ~distinction and multitude of things to matter and 107 1, 48 | that the distinction and multitude of things come from ~the 108 1, 48 | end forasmuch as ~material multitude has no certain limit, but 109 1, 51 | far beyond all ~material multitude. This is what Dionysius 110 1, 51 | observed in regard to their multitude. We see, in fact, ~that 111 1, 51 | material substances as to multitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 112 1, 51 | distinction of forms; according as multitude is reckoned among the ~transcendentals, 113 1, 51 | must ~needs have least of multitude in its composition, but 114 1, 59 | text. 21. But there ~is a multitude of things understood in 115 1, 59 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Not every multitude of things understood causes ~ 116 1, 59 | causes ~composition, but a multitude of such things understood 117 1, 84 | corporeal things. But the multitude itself of ~intelligible 118 1, 84 | number, for "number ~is multitude measured by one," as is 119 1, 97 | it ~is fitting that the multitude of individuals should be 120 1, 102 | Further, the good of the multitude seems to consist in order, 121 1, 102 | the world is composed of a multitude of things. ~Therefore the 122 1, 102 | intention of a ruler over a multitude is unity, or ~peace. Now 123 1, 102 | things united. Therefore a multitude is ~better governed by one 124 1, 107 | But the best ordering of a multitude is for it to ~be governed 125 1, 107 | prince himself and ~the multitude ordered under the prince. 126 1, 107 | principality on the part of the ~multitude ordered under the prince, 127 1, 107 | one" ~accordingly as the multitude can be subject in "one" 128 1, 107 | distinguished on ~the part of the multitude of subjects.~Aquin.: SMT 129 1, 107 | the ~ruler, inasmuch as a multitude is best ruled by one ruler, 130 1, 107 | principality - that is, one multitude ordered in one way under 131 1, 107 | of a prince. Now such a multitude would not be ordered, but 132 1, 107 | when we consider that every multitude has a beginning, a ~middle, 133 1, 107 | an angelic order is a ~multitude of heavenly spirits, who 134 1, 107 | which is the order of a ~multitude under authority, is derived 135 1, 107 | the end of the angelic ~multitude can be taken from what is 136 1, 111 | the lesser it is than ~multitude. This opinion is verified 137 1, 111 | xiv) declares that the multitude of ~angels surpasses all 138 1, 111 | angels surpasses all the multitude of material things; so that, 139 1, 111 | all corporeal natures ~in multitude; because whatever is better 140 1, 111 | it exceeds all material multitude. This ~is signified by the 141 1, 113 | Div. Nom. iv) that "the multitude of demons is ~the cause 142 1, 114 | answer that, Since every multitude proceeds from unity; and 143 1, 118 | itself: and in this way the multitude ~of human bodies is derived 144 1, 118 | said to be multiplied; for multitude cannot consist in the ~addition 145 2, 2 | obey money, so far as the multitude of ~fools is concerned, 146 2, 17 | another respect. Indeed, every multitude is one in ~some respect, 147 2, 36 | division is the cause of multitude.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 148 2, 43 | But "wealth, ~strength, a multitude of friends, and power drive 149 2, 69 | sermon as addressed to the ~multitude (Lk. 6:17). Hence he sets 150 2, 69 | to the ~capacity of the multitude, who know no other happiness 151 2, 81 | one man." ~Accordingly the multitude of men born of Adam, are 152 2, 96 | it does not lay upon the multitude of ~imperfect men the burdens 153 2, 96 | to the common good of the multitude: thus matters of ~fortitude 154 2, 102 | cherub, to ~betoken the multitude of heavenly spirits, and 155 2, 102 | offered up in expiation of the multitude of sins, ~it was all burnt 156 2, 102 | may be ~reserved for the multitude of the children of Israel." 157 2, 102 | expiation of the sins of the ~multitude. For the he-goat is an evil-smelling 158 2, 102 | grievous sin, or for the multitude of sins. The other goat ~ 159 2, 105 | that ~may be over this multitude." Thus by God's orders Josue 160 2, 111 | Metaph. xii, text. 52), a ~multitude, as an army, has a double 161 2, 111 | good; the first is in the multitude ~itself, viz. the order 162 2, 111 | second is separate from the ~multitude, viz. the good of the leader - 163 2, 113 | for unity is opposed to ~multitude. Therefore the remission 164 2, 114 | before Thy face, but for the multitude of Thy tender mercies."~ 165 2, 1 | these, by reason of their multitude, cannot be ~reduced to a 166 2, 37 | Further, "The good of the multitude is greater and more godlike ~ 167 2, 37 | opposed to the good of the multitude, namely, ~ecclesiastical 168 2, 37 | Just as the good of the multitude is greater than the good ~ 169 2, 37 | good ~of a unit in that multitude, so is it less than the 170 2, 37 | extrinsic good to ~which that multitude is directed, even as the 171 2, 37 | the spiritual good of the multitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 172 2, 40 | between the parts of a ~multitude. And the sin of sedition 173 2, 40 | the spiritual unity of the multitude, viz. ~ecclesiastical unity, 174 2, 40 | or ~secular unity of the multitude, for instance of a city 175 2, 40 | between the parts ~of a multitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] A[ 176 2, 40 | praiseworthy to deliver a multitude from a ~tyrannical rule. 177 2, 40 | some dissension ~in the multitude, if one part of the multitude 178 2, 40 | multitude, if one part of the multitude seeks to retain the ~tyrant, 179 2, 40 | contrary to the ~unity of the multitude, viz. the people of a city 180 2, 40 | the common ~good of the multitude, so that it is always a 181 2, 40 | contrary to the unity of the ~multitude, which is a manifest good.~ 182 2, 40 | and to the injury of the ~multitude.~ 183 2, 45 | the common good of the multitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 184 2, 46 | whereby a man governs a multitude, ~which differ specifically 185 2, 46 | the ~prudence whereby a multitude is governed, is divided 186 2, 46 | to the various kinds of multitude. There is the multitude 187 2, 46 | multitude. There is the multitude which ~is united together 188 2, 46 | military." There is also the multitude that is united together 189 2, 46 | whole of life; such is the multitude of a home or family, and 190 2, 46 | and such again is the multitude of a city ~or kingdom, the 191 2, 47 | Ecclus. 6:35): "Stand in the ~multitude of the ancients" (i.e. the 192 2, 48 | species of ~prudence whereby a multitude is governed. Under this 193 2, 48 | prudence in the government of a multitude, "one of which ~is domestic, 194 2, 56 | the common good of the ~multitude, which transcends the good 195 2, 56 | matters ~relating to the multitude, as shown above (AA[5],6). 196 2, 59 | OBJ 5: Further, unity or multitude do not change the species 197 2, 59 | in ~respect of unity and multitude, but also in respect of 198 2, 68 | should be upheld. Now all multitude is ~comprised of three elements, 199 2, 68 | Thou shalt not follow the multitude to do evil." And yet the 200 2, 80 | Paralip 29:31): "All the multitude offered victims, and praises, 201 2, 80 | Ex. 35:20,21) that "the ~multitude of the children of Israel . . . 202 2, 81 | because the ~prayers of a multitude are more easily heard, wherefore 203 2, 81 | impossible for the prayers ~of a multitude not to obtain" that which 204 2, 81 | the Lord, and a very great multitude of them should ~perish." 205 2, 85 | of the common estate of a multitude should be provided with 206 2, 93 | occurrences which depend ~on the multitude. Secondly, because of the 207 2, 103 | should refrain from making a multitude of precepts.~Aquin.: SMT 208 2, 106 | 5: Further, the sin of a multitude is more harmful than the 209 2, 106 | be ~taken on the sin of a multitude, for a gloss on Mt. 13:29, 210 2, 106 | to grow," says that ~"a multitude should not be excommunicated, 211 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 5: When the whole multitude sins, vengeance must be 212 2, 106 | in respect of the whole multitude - thus the Egyptians were ~ 213 2, 106 | as regards part of the multitude, as may be seen in the punishment 214 2, 106 | hanged for the sin of the multitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 215 2, 106 | but only a part of the ~multitude that has sinned, then if 216 2, 106 | scandal to others; else the multitude should be ~spared and severity 217 2, 106 | the sovereign, whom the ~multitude follow. For his sin should 218 2, 106 | punished without scandal to the multitude: unless indeed his sin were ~ 219 2, 106 | would do more harm to the multitude, either spiritually or ~ 220 2, 106 | a harmful effect on the multitude, ~since the example of sin 221 2, 106 | in the same way as the multitude is punished for the sin 222 2, 127 | the wise, but also by the ~multitude who hold these goods of 223 2, 145 | people, that is, of the free multitude, should be bound ~together 224 2, 150 | has to be fulfilled by the multitude, and the ~fulfilment of 225 2, 150 | binding on each one of the ~multitude. For the multitude has many 226 2, 150 | the ~multitude. For the multitude has many obligations which 227 2, 150 | procreation regards the whole multitude of men, which needs not 228 2, 150 | provision is made for the human multitude, if some betake themselves 229 2, 150 | things ~are necessary for the multitude, although they cannot be 230 2, 184 | danger of account of its multitude ~of observances. Therefore 231 2, 186 | order. Accordingly ~the multitude of religious orders would 232 2, 186 | duties on account of the ~multitude of the faithful, and the 233 2, 186 | strength, and glory in the multitude of ~their riches."~Aquin.: 234 2, 187 | death, and shall cover a multitude of sins"; and (Dan. ~12: 235 2, 187 | men ~and maidens here, a multitude of youth and every age, 236 3, 3 | there can be a numerical multitude on the ~part of the nature, 237 3, 4 | supposita. First, because the multitude of supposita of ~human nature, 238 3, 8 | metaphorical body, i.e. an ordered multitude, is part of ~another multitude 239 3, 8 | multitude, is part of ~another multitude as the domestic multitude 240 3, 8 | multitude as the domestic multitude is part of the civil ~multitude; 241 3, 8 | multitude is part of the civil ~multitude; and hence the father who 242 3, 8 | is head of the domestic multitude has ~a head above him, i.e. 243 3, 8 | there is one head. Now a multitude ordained to one ~end, with 244 3, 8 | angels. Now of all this ~multitude Christ is the Head, since 245 3, 8 | one body. But the whole multitude ~of the wicked do not seem 246 3, 8 | anyone is the head of a ~multitude, either as regards both, 247 3, 8 | or prelate is head of the multitude subject to him. And in this 248 3, 8 | devil is the head of the ~multitude of the wicked. Therefore 249 3, 10 | relative infinity, i.e. in ~multitude; but, as regards the essence, 250 3, 36 | reason it is compared to the ~multitude of stars; that a heavenly 251 3, 38 | undivided allegiance of the ~multitude was transferred to Christ, 252 3, 40 | 5:1, Jesus, "seeing the multitude, went up into a ~mountain," 253 3, 42 | that, The salvation of the multitude is to be preferred to the ~ 254 3, 42 | hinder the salvation of the multitude, the preacher ~and the teacher 255 3, 42 | insure the salvation of the multitude. Now the Scribes and Pharisees 256 3, 42 | said many things ~to the multitude without parables. Or, as 257 3, 43 | says: "Mark how great a multitude ~of persons healed, the 258 3, 44 | scourge, cast out such a multitude. For a ~fiery and heavenly 259 3, 45 | approaching His Passion, both "the multitude that followed" ~and that " 260 3, 45 | first of all, "because the ~multitude said He was Elias or Jeremias 261 3, 46 | on behalf of the entire multitude ~were burnt outside the 262 3, 46 | believers and unbelievers, the multitude is divided into right ~and 263 3, 47 | believed in ~Him, yet the multitude did not; and if they doubted 264 3, 65 | For just as unity precedes multitude, so ~those sacraments which 265 3, 65 | for the perfection of the ~multitude; and consequently the last 266 3, 65 | for the perfection of the ~multitude: while Matrimony is placed 267 3, 67 | For unity is ~contained in multitude, but not "vice versa." Wherefore 268 3, 72 | therefore, on account of the multitude of the faithful, and on 269 3, 73 | immolated by the entire multitude of the children of ~Israel 270 3, 80 | be spilt. And because the multitude ~of the Christian people 271 3, 82 | sacrament of unity." But multitude seems to be opposed to unity. ~ 272 3, 84 | mercy: and according to the multitude of ~Thy tender mercies, 273 Suppl, 22| superior?~(5) Whether a multitude can be excommunicated?~( 274 Suppl, 22| an act belongs to a whole multitude, as when many draw ~a boat, 275 Suppl, 25| unjust tribulations whereby a multitude of ~punishments would have 276 Suppl, 26| every prelate stands for a multitude, just as an ~individual 277 Suppl, 26| assign the property of the multitude subject to ~him, and so 278 Suppl, 66| wives successively. For multitude and unity ~are consequent 279 Suppl, 66| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The multitude of several wives at the 280 Suppl, 66| wives at the same time is a ~multitude simply, wherefore a multitude 281 Suppl, 66| multitude simply, wherefore a multitude of this kind is wholly ~ 282 Suppl, 66| on that account. But the multitude of several ~successive wives 283 Suppl, 66| several ~successive wives is a multitude relatively, wherefore it 284 Suppl, 69| free were not part of the multitude shut up in hell. Therefore 285 Suppl, 85| not be able to contain the multitude of those who are to ~be 286 Suppl, 85| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A great multitude can be enclosed in a small 287 Suppl, 85| however great, to contain the multitude of those who are to be ~ 288 Suppl, 86| xx), "signifies the whole multitude of ~those who will judge, 289 Suppl, 94| Consequently, since the multitude of the damned will be exceeding


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