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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | not it itself, as in a white object there is something 2 1, 3 | belong to the essence of white; nevertheless in the form 3 1, 4 | as two ~things equally white are said to be alike in 4 1, 4 | less, as something less ~white is said to be like another 5 1, 4 | like another thing more white; and this is imperfect ~ 6 1, 4 | remission, as that which is less white falls short of ~that which 7 1, 4 | short of ~that which is more white; but because they are not 8 1, 5 | being relatively. Thus to be white ~implies relative being, 9 1, 5 | relative being, for to be white does not take a thing out 10 1, 5 | being, as an object that is white.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 11 1, 5 | species and order as he is white, virtuous, learned and so 12 1, 8 | primarily; thus if a man has white teeth, whiteness belongs 13 1, 9 | therefore be changed from white to not-white. But supposing 14 1, 11 | substance of beings; as "white" to "man." This, however, ~ 15 1, 13 | that ~whereby a thing is white. And as God is simple, and 16 1, 13 | described as made; for what is white temporally is made white. 17 1, 13 | white temporally is made white. But to ~make does no apply 18 1, 13 | lord from lordship, as white from whiteness. Therefore 19 1, 13 | manifest that "man" and "white" are the ~same in subject, 20 1, 14 | Socrates ~because he is white, or because he is the son 21 1, 14 | contingent, ~"Socrates is a white man." But this also is to 22 1, 14 | It ~is possible for a white thing to be black," it is 23 1, 14 | thing: for a thing which is white, can ~become black; whereas 24 1, 14 | whereas this saying, " a white thing is black" can never 25 1, 14 | said, "A black crow can be ~white"; for in both senses it 26 1, 23 | of the notion of making white, whether he who ~is made 27 1, 23 | whether he who ~is made white was before black, yellow 28 1, 24 | shall thus be clothed in white garments, and I will not 29 1, 31 | suppositum"; as, for ~instance, "white" to man, as when we say 30 1, 31 | to man, as when we say a "white man." If the term ~"alone" 31 1, 31 | say ~"Socrates alone is white," that therefore "his hand 32 1, 31 | therefore "his hand is not white," or ~that "man is not white." 33 1, 31 | white," or ~that "man is not white." But one person is in the 34 1, 33 | of substance, ~and "not white" to the genus of quality. 35 1, 37 | denominated from its forms, as "white" from whiteness, and "man" ~ 36 1, 39 | but is naturally prior to "white ~body," considered as white.~ 37 1, 39 | white ~body," considered as white.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 38 1, 40 | relation to its genus. ~For white is distinguished from black 39 1, 41 | as we ~say, "The man is white," since the man remains, 40 1, 41 | man remains, when not from white he is ~made white - it follows 41 1, 41 | not from white he is ~made white - it follows that either 42 1, 45 | made from "not-man," and ~white from "not-white." Hence 43 1, 45 | inasmuch as its subject is white by it. Hence, according 44 1, 48 | as black in relation to white, and bitter in relation 45 1, 48 | say that whiteness makes white; and in that sense ~evil 46 1, 48 | when a painter makes a wall white. ~Thirdly, it is said in 47 1, 48 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, "the white unmixed with black is the 48 1, 48 | unmixed with black is the most white," as the ~Philosopher says ( 49 1, 48 | subject of whiteness is called white. Therefore also ~the subject 50 1, 48 | particular good and evil. ~For white and black, sweet and bitter, 51 1, 57 | the difference between white and sweet. The same is to 52 1, 59 | which knows the sweet, the white, and ~so on. The inclination 53 1, 59 | difference of black and white: whereas if the proper object 54 1, 59 | object of any ~faculty were white, as white, then the faculty 55 1, 59 | faculty were white, as white, then the faculty of seeing 56 1, 59 | then the faculty of seeing white would be ~distinguished 57 1, 76 | that something that is ~white builds, because it is accidental 58 1, 76 | accidental to the builder to be white. So ~when we say that Socrates 59 1, 76 | one; as, for instance, "a ~white man." If, therefore, man 60 1, 76 | when we say that something white ~is sweet), or essentially, 61 1, 77 | power of vision extends to white ~and black, and the power 62 1, 77 | as sight does not regard ~white as such, but as color. This 63 1, 37 | denominated from its forms, as "white" from whiteness, and "man" ~ 64 1, 39 | but is naturally prior to "white ~body," considered as white.~ 65 1, 39 | white ~body," considered as white.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 66 1, 40 | relation to its genus. ~For white is distinguished from black 67 1, 41 | as we ~say, "The man is white," since the man remains, 68 1, 41 | man remains, when not from white he is ~made white - it follows 69 1, 41 | not from white he is ~made white - it follows that either 70 1, 46 | made from "not-man," and ~white from "not-white." Hence 71 1, 46 | inasmuch as its subject is white by it. Hence, according 72 1, 49 | as black in relation to white, and bitter in relation 73 1, 49 | say that whiteness makes white; and in that sense ~evil 74 1, 49 | when a painter makes a wall white. ~Thirdly, it is said in 75 1, 49 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, "the white unmixed with black is the 76 1, 49 | unmixed with black is the most white," as the ~Philosopher says ( 77 1, 49 | subject of whiteness is called white. Therefore also ~the subject 78 1, 49 | particular good and evil. ~For white and black, sweet and bitter, 79 1, 58 | the difference between white and sweet. The same is to 80 1, 60 | which knows the sweet, the white, and ~so on. The inclination 81 1, 60 | difference of black and white: whereas if the proper object 82 1, 60 | object of any ~faculty were white, as white, then the faculty 83 1, 60 | faculty were white, as white, then the faculty of seeing 84 1, 60 | then the faculty of seeing white would be ~distinguished 85 1, 75 | that something that is ~white builds, because it is accidental 86 1, 75 | accidental to the builder to be white. So ~when we say that Socrates 87 1, 75 | one; as, for instance, "a ~white man." If, therefore, man 88 1, 75 | when we say that something white ~is sweet), or essentially, 89 1, 76 | power of vision extends to white ~and black, and the power 90 1, 76 | as sight does not regard ~white as such, but as color. This 91 1, 77 | contrariety; as sight regards ~white and black. But the sense 92 1, 77 | instance, by discerning white from black or green. But 93 1, 77 | sight nor ~taste can discern white from sweet: because what 94 1, 78 | differences of black and white. Now, the intellect ~regards 95 1, 80 | regards both black and ~white, according to the Philosopher ( 96 1, 81 | there were a power regarding white as ~white, and not as something 97 1, 81 | power regarding white as ~white, and not as something colored, 98 1, 84 | when we say "the man is white." ~Nevertheless composition 99 1, 84 | the assertion, "the man is white," means that "the man ~is 100 1, 89 | because by it ~something is white. Hence it is said Metaph. 101 1, 92 | Nor, if anything is made white ~like something else, can 102 1, 107 | surface which is partly white and partly black, the ~two 103 1, 107 | parts on the borders of white and black are more akin 104 1, 107 | position than any other two white parts, but are less akin 105 1, 114 | For (that a ~thing is) "white" has a cause, likewise ( 106 2, 4 | of which he is said to be white, can ~retain their whiteness, 107 2, 5 | pupil, ~cannot make a thing white; nor indeed can everything 108 2, 6 | instance, a cold thing, or a white thing: but things ~that 109 2, 8 | instance, sight regards white and black. But ~good and 110 2, 9 | not: and sometimes it sees white, and ~sometimes black. It 111 2, 18 | under one species, i.e. a white thing: and, as ~to its perfume, 112 2, 18 | is ~concerned, is neither white nor black; nor is it a condition 113 2, 18 | he should not be black or white; but blackness or whiteness ~ 114 2, 18 | through being more or less white a thing is not changed in ~ 115 2, 20 | color, if ~it be partly white, and partly black. And accordingly, 116 2, 23 | is movement from black to white, is contrary to ~blackening, 117 2, 23 | which is movement from white to black.~Aquin.: SMT FS 118 2, 27 | species of humanity, and two white men are one thing ~in whiteness. 119 2, 30 | infinity; just as, if a white thing of itself dilates 120 2, 30 | sight, ~that which is more white dilates yet more. On the 121 2, 35 | contrariety; e.g. to approach to a white thing, and ~to approach 122 2, 35 | to recede from ~something white, and to approach to something 123 2, 35 | denying the same thing, e.g. ~"white" and "non-white"; while 124 2, 35 | to ~say "black" and "not white."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 125 2, 35 | conveyed by that genus: thus "white" or ~something of the kind 126 2, 52 | for instance ~more or less white or healthy. Now this distinction 127 2, 52 | Further, as that which is not white, is in potentiality to be ~ 128 2, 52 | is in potentiality to be ~white: so that which is less white, 129 2, 52 | white: so that which is less white, is in potentiality to be 130 2, 52 | potentiality to be more white. ~But that which is not 131 2, 52 | But that which is not white, is not made white except 132 2, 52 | is not white, is not made white except by the addition of ~ 133 2, 52 | Therefore that which is less white, is not made more white, 134 2, 52 | white, is not made more white, except by an added whiteness.~ 135 2, 52 | from being pale becomes white. ~If, on the other hand, 136 2, 52 | added to another, or one white thing to ~another). But 137 2, 52 | ways we have not a more white or a ~more hot thing, but 138 2, 52 | hot thing, but a greater white or hot thing.~Aquin.: SMT 139 2, 52 | OBJ 3: What is not already white, is potentially white, as 140 2, 52 | already white, is potentially white, as not yet ~possessing 141 2, 52 | that which is less hot or white, is not in potentiality ~ 142 2, 52 | only black that is unlike white, but ~also less white is 143 2, 52 | unlike white, but ~also less white is unlike more white, since 144 2, 52 | less white is unlike more white, since there is movement 145 2, 52 | there is movement from less ~white to more white, even as from 146 2, 52 | from less ~white to more white, even as from one opposite 147 2, 53 | that whereby a thing is white." Accordingly in defining 148 2, 53 | at the accident: for "a ~white thing" is "something that 149 2, 53 | wherefore to be more or less white is not ~ascribed to whiteness 150 2, 53 | ascribed to whiteness but to a white thing. The same applies 151 2, 55 | as neither ~is whiteness white. It is therefore unsuitable 152 2, 55 | apprehended with the notion of white ~and healthy. We must, however, 153 2, 60 | e.g. between black and white. Secondly, because ~there 154 2, 64 | understood ~together, as white and black, healthy and sick. 155 2, 67 | thus in colors we find white and black. In others we 156 2, 67 | not continue to become white, when once it is made white. 157 2, 67 | white, when once it is made white. Now hope ~denotes a movement 158 2, 72 | the same species; thus "white" and "black" are consequent 159 2, 85 | whiteness ~makes a thing white. In this way there is nothing 160 2, 95 | in the point of its being white or black, which are ~entirely 161 2, 100 | follows that if a thing is white, it is ~not black: but it 162 2, 100 | if it is not black, it is white: ~because negation extends 163 2, 102 | that he is clothed in the white robe of ~righteousness. 164 2, 110 | whiteness makes a thing white, and justice, just.~Aquin.: 165 2, 111 | whiteness makes a ~surface white.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 166 2, 23 | receives an increase when one ~white thing is added to another, 167 2, 77 | is further removed ~from white than not-white is, since 168 2, 97 | colored thing," if one be white and the other black. In 169 2, 101 | extremes, as pale ~differs from white and black. Now hyperdulia 170 2, 177 | hot and cold, and pale in white ~and black. In like manner 171 3, 16 | as when I say: "Something white is musical." Now the Divine ~ 172 3, 16 | already a man, were made white, ~and were pointed out, 173 3, 16 | true: "This man was made white ~today," and this would 174 3, 16 | this would be false; "This white thing was made man today." ~ 175 3, 16 | say that the Ethiopian is white but that he is white as 176 3, 16 | is white but that he is white as regards ~his teeth; but 177 3, 16 | follow if "this began to be ~white," that therefore "it began 178 3, 16 | follow if ~"this was not white hitherto" that "therefore 179 3, 17 | by whiteness a ~thing is white, and by manhood a thing 180 3, 17 | but relatively; as to be white is the being ~of Socrates, 181 3, 17 | Socrates, but inasmuch as he is white. And ~there is no reason 182 3, 17 | being whereby Socrates is white is distinct ~from the being 183 3, 17 | being inasmuch as he is white, and another inasmuch as 184 3, 17 | is a man, ~since "being white" does not pertain to the 185 3, 34 | negation or by privation: thus white is made either from black ~ 186 3, 35 | Ethiopian is said to be white by reason of his ~teeth, 187 3, 45 | and His garments became ~white as snow.' Brightness of 188 3, 66 | consequently unfitting to bestow a white garment on those who have 189 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This white garment is given, not as 190 3, 66 | robes and have made them white in the blood of the Lamb." 191 3, 71 | the ~baptized are given a white garment to signify the newness 192 3, 75 | like fashion when what is white becomes black. But in this ~ 193 3, 75 | thing is made out of a white thing, and that a white 194 3, 75 | white thing, and that a white thing is made black: ~and 195 3, 75 | in natural transmutation white after black, ~or fire after 196 3, 75 | or, "Air is fire," or, "White is black." Yet because of 197 3, 75 | air, fire," and "out of white, black." But because in 198 3, 75 | whereof we ~say that "a white thing can be black," or 199 3, 75 | whole ~substance of the white thing; since whiteness is 200 3, 75 | instance, when we say that "a white thing becomes ~black," or " 201 3, 75 | thing becomes ~black," or "a white thing will be black."~Aquin.: 202 3, 75 | black thing is made out of a white one"; but sometimes ~it 203 3, 76 | sight, according ~as it is white, and not according as it 204 3, 76 | same ~object may be both white and sweet; hence sweetness 205 3, 76 | thing for a body to be ~white, and another thing, to be 206 3, 77 | through them, just as snow is "white" ~through whiteness. But 207 3, 77 | quantity, and alter it, as white and black cause a difference 208 3, 77 | instance, if one wine were white and the other red.~Aquin.: 209 Suppl, 55| irrational and not into white and ~black. Now carnal procreation 210 Suppl, 72| operation all men to be made white, or to be gathered together ~ 211 Suppl, 73| form. For instance, if a white ~man beget a white man, 212 Suppl, 73| if a white ~man beget a white man, the whiteness of the 213 Suppl, 79| Further, a thing is more white if it have less admixture 214 Suppl, 79| yet does not itself become white. Accordingly ~the first 215 Suppl, 81| or position. For just as white resists black by reason 216 Suppl, 89| than if the image of a ~white thing were to degenerate 217 Suppl, 89| whose sight the image of a white thing degenerates to ~the 218 Suppl, 89| organ, ~is not said to see a white thing, so neither will our 219 Suppl, 89| object in comparison with a white one. In another way, still ~


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