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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | body?~(2) Whether He is composed of matter and form?~(3) 2 1, 3 | subject?~(4) Whether He is composed of essence and existence?~( 3 1, 3 | existence?~(5) Whether He is composed of genus and difference?~( 4 1, 3 | difference?~(6) Whether He is composed of subject and accident?~( 5 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Whether God is composed of matter and form?~Aquin.: 6 1, 3 | 1: It seems that God is composed of matter and form. For 7 1, 3 | whatever ~has a soul is composed of matter and form; since 8 1, 3 | soul." Therefore God ~is composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 9 1, 3 | 105:40). Therefore God is composed of matter ~and form.~Aquin.: 10 1, 3 | of many. Therefore He ~is composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 11 1, 3 | the contrary, Whatever is composed of matter and form is a 12 1, 3 | Article; therefore He is not composed of ~matter and form.~Aquin.: 13 1, 3 | impossible that ~God should be composed of matter and form. Secondly, 14 1, 3 | Secondly, because everything ~composed of matter and form owes 15 1, 3 | impossible that God should be composed of ~matter and form. Thirdly, 16 1, 3 | essence a form; and not ~composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 17 1, 3 | be noted that in things composed of matter and form, the ~ 18 1, 3 | other hand, in things not composed of matter and form, in which ~ 19 1, 3 | Since God then ~is not composed of matter and form, He must 20 1, 3 | nor is He Who is light, composed of things ~that are dim."~ 21 1, 11 | And because number ~is composed of unities, they thought 22 1, 11 | sense it is homogeneous, ~composed of like parts; in another 23 1, 11 | sense it is heterogeneous, composed of ~dissimilar parts. Now 24 1, 11 | multitude, the latter is composed of unities, as a house is 25 1, 11 | of unities, as a house is composed of ~not houses; not, indeed, 26 1, 29 | essence, signifies a being composed of matter and form. Now ~ 27 1, 29 | form. Now ~that which is composed of matter and form is the 28 1, 29 | principles. Hence in things composed of matter and ~form, the 29 1, 29 | the matter, but ~what is composed of matter and the common 30 1, 29 | the ~species. But what is composed of this matter and this 31 1, 29 | with the ~essence in things composed of matter and form, as we 32 1, 29 | Reply OBJ 5: The individual composed of matter and form substands 33 1, 30 | multitude that ~it should be composed of units.~Aquin.: SMT FP 34 1, 32 | person of the Father is composed of several things. ~But 35 1, 44 | For ~whatever is made is composed of a subject and of something 36 1, 47 | Reply OBJ 3: The world is composed of the whole of its matter. 37 1, 50 | such, we ask whether it is composed of ~matter and form?~(3) 38 1, 50 | 1/1~Whether an angel is composed of matter and form?~Aquin.: 39 1, 50 | would seem that an angel is composed of matter and form. For ~ 40 1, 50 | contained under any genus is composed of the genus, ~and of the 41 1, 50 | everything which is in a genus is composed of ~matter and form. But 42 1, 50 | substance. Therefore he ~is composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 43 1, 50 | Therefore an angel is ~composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 44 1, 50 | assert that the angels are composed of matter and ~form; which 45 1, 50 | some say, that an angel ~is composed of, "whereby he is," and " 46 1, 50 | therefore, the angels be not composed of matter and form, as was 47 1, 50 | Consequently a subject composed of matter and form ceases 48 1, 51 | animal. But every animal is composed of body and soul. Therefore 49 1, 66 | for he held ~heaven to be composed of fire, as Augustine relates ( 50 1, 66 | form - that is, something ~composed of a form and the subject 51 1, 68 | these believed it to be composed of the elements; and this 52 1, 75 | QQ[75]-102)~OF MAN WHO IS COMPOSED OF A SPIRITUAL AND A CORPOREAL 53 1, 75 | to treat of man, who is composed of a spiritual and corporeal ~ 54 1, 75 | the soul is man, or is man composed of soul and body?~(5) Whether 55 1, 75 | 5) Whether the soul is composed of matter and form?~(6) 56 1, 75 | body; and that it ~must be composed of the principles of which 57 1, 75 | soul, but of that which is composed ~of soul and body. Therefore 58 1, 75 | for in this sense, what is composed of body and soul is said 59 1, 75 | instance, is not a soul, but composed of soul and body. I say 60 1, 75 | this particular man to be composed of this soul, of this flesh, 61 1, 75 | the notion of man to be composed of soul, ~flesh, and bones; 62 1, 75 | soul only, but something ~composed of soul and body. Plato, 63 1, 75 | 1/1~Whether the soul is composed of matter and form?~Aquin.: 64 1, 75 | would seem that the soul is composed of matter and form. For ~ 65 1, 75 | form, and not ~something composed of matter and form. For 66 1, 75 | intellectual soul were ~composed of matter and form, the 67 1, 75 | prove that the soul is ~composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 68 1, 75 | concludes, that in things composed of matter and form ~"there 69 1, 75 | Wherefore some say that they are composed of ~that "whereby they are" 70 1, 75 | Granted even that the soul is composed of matter and form, as some ~ 71 1, 75 | because, as ~they are not composed of matter and form, but 72 1, 75 | aforesaid substances ~were composed of matter and form. For 73 1, 76 | a ~nature of one essence composed of matter and form, if the 74 1, 76 | however, Socrates be a whole composed of a union of the intellect 75 1, 76 | anyone holds that the soul is composed of ~matter and form, it 76 1, 76 | potentiality, that which is composed of matter and form cannot 77 1, 76 | substance; since it is not ~composed of matter and form as was 78 1, 76 | united to a body which is composed of ~parts belonging to various 79 1, 76 | Wherefore the unity of a thing composed of matter and ~form, is 80 1, 76 | animal is that which is composed of a soul and a whole ~body, 81 1, 77 | simple form; since it is not composed of matter and form, as we 82 1, 77 | Although the soul is not composed of matter and form, yet ~ 83 1, 45 | For ~whatever is made is composed of a subject and of something 84 1, 48 | Reply OBJ 3: The world is composed of the whole of its matter. 85 1, 51 | such, we ask whether it is composed of ~matter and form?~(3) 86 1, 51 | 1/1~Whether an angel is composed of matter and form?~Aquin.: 87 1, 51 | would seem that an angel is composed of matter and form. For ~ 88 1, 51 | contained under any genus is composed of the genus, ~and of the 89 1, 51 | everything which is in a genus is composed of ~matter and form. But 90 1, 51 | substance. Therefore he ~is composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 91 1, 51 | Therefore an angel is ~composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 92 1, 51 | assert that the angels are composed of matter and ~form; which 93 1, 51 | some say, that an angel ~is composed of, "whereby he is," and " 94 1, 51 | therefore, the angels be not composed of matter and form, as was 95 1, 51 | Consequently a subject composed of matter and form ceases 96 1, 52 | animal. But every animal is composed of body and soul. Therefore 97 1, 67 | for he held ~heaven to be composed of fire, as Augustine relates ( 98 1, 67 | form - that is, something ~composed of a form and the subject 99 1, 69 | these believed it to be composed of the elements; and this 100 1, 74 | QQ[75]-102)~OF MAN WHO IS COMPOSED OF A SPIRITUAL AND A CORPOREAL 101 1, 74 | to treat of man, who is composed of a spiritual and corporeal ~ 102 1, 74 | the soul is man, or is man composed of soul and body?~(5) Whether 103 1, 74 | 5) Whether the soul is composed of matter and form?~(6) 104 1, 74 | body; and that it ~must be composed of the principles of which 105 1, 74 | soul, but of that which is composed ~of soul and body. Therefore 106 1, 74 | for in this sense, what is composed of body and soul is said 107 1, 74 | instance, is not a soul, but composed of soul and body. I say 108 1, 74 | this particular man to be composed of this soul, of this flesh, 109 1, 74 | the notion of man to be composed of soul, ~flesh, and bones; 110 1, 74 | soul only, but something ~composed of soul and body. Plato, 111 1, 74 | 1/1~Whether the soul is composed of matter and form?~Aquin.: 112 1, 74 | would seem that the soul is composed of matter and form. For ~ 113 1, 74 | form, and not ~something composed of matter and form. For 114 1, 74 | intellectual soul were ~composed of matter and form, the 115 1, 74 | prove that the soul is ~composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 116 1, 74 | concludes, that in things composed of matter and form ~"there 117 1, 74 | Wherefore some say that they are composed of ~that "whereby they are" 118 1, 74 | Granted even that the soul is composed of matter and form, as some ~ 119 1, 74 | because, as ~they are not composed of matter and form, but 120 1, 74 | aforesaid substances ~were composed of matter and form. For 121 1, 75 | a ~nature of one essence composed of matter and form, if the 122 1, 75 | however, Socrates be a whole composed of a union of the intellect 123 1, 75 | anyone holds that the soul is composed of ~matter and form, it 124 1, 75 | potentiality, that which is composed of matter and form cannot 125 1, 75 | substance; since it is not ~composed of matter and form as was 126 1, 75 | united to a body which is composed of ~parts belonging to various 127 1, 75 | Wherefore the unity of a thing composed of matter and ~form, is 128 1, 75 | animal is that which is composed of a soul and a whole ~body, 129 1, 76 | simple form; since it is not composed of matter and form, as we 130 1, 76 | Although the soul is not composed of matter and form, yet ~ 131 1, 81 | we say that everything ~composed of contraries is of necessity 132 1, 83 | said that the soul was composed of these. ~Consequently, 133 1, 83 | things, must be actually ~composed of the principles of all 134 1, 83 | that the soul is actually composed ~of all things, as did the 135 1, 89 | soul ~is supposed to be composed of some spiritual matter, 136 1, 90 | Further, the human body is composed of the four elements. ~Therefore 137 1, 90 | things, but is in ~a manner composed of all things, since he 138 1, 90 | organ of ~touch, since it is composed of the very elements, the 139 1, 102 | xix, 13). But the world is composed of a multitude of things. ~ 140 1, 105 | 3) How man moves, who is composed of a ~spiritual and a corporeal 141 1, 114 | pure act. Now a body is composed of ~potentiality and act; 142 1, 116 | the action of ~man, who is composed of a created corporeal and 143 1, 116 | resurrection this Church composed of men will be gathered 144 1, 116 | save either by some agent composed ~of matter and form, or 145 1, 117 | every perfect substance, not composed of ~matter and form, that 146 1, 117 | form of a body, it is not composed of ~matter and form. Therefore 147 2, 1 | potentiality; wherefore things composed of matter and ~form are 148 2, 13 | we say that an animal is composed of soul and body, and that 149 2, 17 | animals, since they are composed of soul and ~body.~Aquin.: 150 2, 17 | genus substance, the whole composed of its ~integral or essential 151 2, 17 | natural things, a whole is composed of ~matter and form (e.g. 152 2, 17 | though he has many ~parts, is composed of soul and body); so, in 153 2, 22 | matter. But the soul is not composed of matter and ~form, as 154 2, 22 | in those things ~that are composed of matter and form. But 155 2, 22 | though the soul is not composed of matter and form, ~yet 156 2, 26 | rectilinear figure is to one composed of straight lines." But ~ 157 2, 39 | Soliloq. i, 12): "We are composed ~of two parts, i.e. of a 158 2, 46 | OBJ 3: Anger is said to be composed of sorrow and desire, not 159 2, 49 | being whose nature is not composed of potentiality and act, 160 2, 49 | Wherefore if a heavenly body be ~composed of matter and form, since 161 2, 50 | act ~only: whereas what is composed of form and matter, has 162 2, 50 | but only in that which is ~composed of matter and form. Now 163 2, 50 | conjunction," which is composed of soul and body.~Aquin.: 164 2, 54 | is a simple quality, not composed to several habits, even ~ 165 2, 59 | unreasonable. For, since man is composed of soul and body, whatever ~ 166 2, 75 | natural ~bodies, which are composed of matter and form. Therefore 167 2, 85 | 2: Further, whatever is composed of contraries is naturally ~ 168 2, 85 | that very form has a matter composed of contraries, from the ~ 169 2, 96 | community of the state is ~composed of many persons; and its 170 2, 101 | external. For since man is composed of ~soul and body, each 171 2, 102 | good name: for ~incense is composed of matter, both rich and 172 2, 102 | and ~this because matter composed of the four elements is 173 2, 102 | setim-wood, so was Christ's body composed of most pure ~members. More 174 2, 102 | the ~Church of Christ is composed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 175 2, 102 | syllables of which it is composed: but in signification, the 176 2, 1 | iv) that an article is ~composed of words each pronounced 177 2, 24 | what they ~are, that is, composed of a soul and body. In this 178 2, 81 | authority of Christ, who composed this prayer, ~suffices.~ 179 2, 82 | iv, 12), since we are ~composed of a twofold nature, intellectual 180 2, 92 | maintained, as though ~they were composed of spirit and body. In the 181 2, 118 | laws are concerned, are composed ~of contingent singulars 182 2, 145 | four." Or "because we are ~composed of four elements in this 183 2, 145 | days, for ~since a year is composed of three hundred and sixty-six 184 2, 145 | fast of the Ember days is composed of three days, on account 185 2, 162 | the fact that ~his body is composed of contraries, and because " 186 2, 162 | man is a body such as is composed of contraries, of which ~ 187 2, 162 | impossible, were it not composed of ~contraries, as the Philosopher 188 2, 162 | matter, namely the body being composed of contraries. But it ~does 189 2, 163 | 1~I answer that, Man is composed of a twofold nature, intellective 190 2, 173 | Now man denotes something composed ~of soul and body; and rapture 191 2, 177 | the active, and a third ~"composed of both." Therefore it would 192 2, 177 | comprise that which is ~composed of both. Nevertheless as 193 2, 178 | third is "oblique," ~being composed as it were of both the others. 194 2, 178 | angels he describes as being composed of the straight and circular ~ 195 3, 2 | appears chiefly in such as are composed of matter and form. Hence 196 3, 2 | consequently in such as are ~composed of matter and form the nature 197 3, 2 | the Person of ~Christ be composed of two natures.~Aquin.: 198 3, 2 | OBJ 3: Further, what is composed of others would seem to 199 3, 2 | bodies only a body can be composed. Therefore if there ~is 200 3, 2 | there ~is anything in Christ composed of the two natures, it follows 201 3, 2 | natures, but one hypostasis composed from ~both."~Aquin.: SMT 202 3, 2 | concur may be said to be composed of them.~Aquin.: SMT TP 203 3, 2 | composition, that the thing ~composed is homogeneous with its 204 3, 2 | thing; for the continuous is composed solely of ~continuous [parts]. 205 3, 2 | parts]. But an animal is composed of soul and body, and ~neither 206 3, 2 | subsists in the nature composed of them. And hence from 207 3, 2 | not result, but ~what is composed of them is united to the 208 3, 2 | supposita, saying that a man, composed ~of body and soul, was from 209 3, 2 | whole human nature, which is composed of soul and body. And hence 210 3, 5 | heavenly bodies, but are composed of the inferior elements. 211 3, 6 | humanity is a whole, ~which is composed of soul and body, as parts. 212 3, 13 | thing; as in such as are composed of matter and form.~Aquin.: 213 3, 14 | is necessary for a body composed of contraries to be ~dissolved). 214 3, 15 | Hence anger is a ~passion composed of sorrow and the desire 215 3, 17 | having both - this whole, composed of soul and ~body, as signified 216 3, 40 | live in this mortal body composed of the four ~elements, and 217 3, 60 | sanctified, and who is composed of soul and body: to whom 218 3, 60 | matter. Now in all things ~composed of matter and form, the 219 3, 66 | showing Christ's ~body to be composed of the four elements; blood, 220 3, 66 | blood, proving that it was ~composed of the four humors.~Aquin.: 221 3, 72 | But the sensible matter composed of ~oil and balm is not 222 3, 74 | believers, just "as bread is composed of many grains, and ~wine 223 3, 74 | Christ's body ~was truly composed of the four elements; as 224 3, 74 | blood, it was ~shown to be composed of the four humors, as Pope 225 3, 77 | consecration they were not ~composed either of matter and form, 226 3, 78 | words are not simple, but composed of ~many; nor are they uttered 227 3, 81 | and drank. Hence some have composed ~this rhyme:~"The King at 228 3, 81 | the rest. Hence ~some have composed this verse:~Aquin.: SMT 229 3, 90 | out of which the whole ~is composed. Now the perfection of Penance 230 3, 90 | perfection of Penance is composed of several things, ~viz. 231 3, 90 | OBJ 3: Further, a whole is composed of its integral parts, taken 232 Suppl, 26| two kinds, the domestic, ~composed of members of the same family, 233 Suppl, 26| same family, and the civil, composed of ~members of the same 234 Suppl, 29| something complete, that is composed of several parts - as a ~ 235 Suppl, 29| bones of which one man is composed. In like manner too, ~in 236 Suppl, 72| behooves man himself, who is composed of soul and ~body, to receive 237 Suppl, 75| reason: since whatever is composed of contraries can ~be dissolved 238 Suppl, 76| the man begotten is not composed of the whole body of ~his 239 Suppl, 79| matter of which they are now ~composed. Therefore they will be 240 Suppl, 79| bodies of the saints will be composed of contraries after the ~ 241 Suppl, 83| corruptible. ~For everything composed of contraries must necessarily 242 Suppl, 83| bodies of the damned will be composed of the contraries whereof ~ 243 Suppl, 83| contraries whereof ~they are composed even now, else they would 244 Suppl, 83| contraries of which bodies are composed are conducive ~to corruption 245 Suppl, 83| is necessary for a body composed of contraries to be corrupted ~ 246 Suppl, 83| contraries of which a body is composed do not ~suffice to cause 247 Suppl, 83| consequently they held that a body composed of contraries ~is without 248 Suppl, 88| 3~Further, man's body is composed of the elements. Therefore


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