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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beings

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | absurd. Therefore, not all beings are merely ~possible, but 2 1, 2 | found in things. Among ~beings there are some more and 3 1, 2 | something which is to all ~beings the cause of their being, 4 1, 3 | God is the most noble of beings. Now it is ~impossible for 5 1, 3 | to be the most noble of beings; for a body must be ~either 6 1, 3 | there will be many primal beings other than ~God - which 7 1, 3 | the first being are all beings; and from ~the first good 8 1, 3 | absolutely primal among beings - not ~even matter, nor 9 1, 4 | things, ~so far as they are beings, are like God as the first 10 1, 4 | whereas other things are beings by participation.~Aquin.: 11 1, 5 | said to be good, and to be ~beings, not as though they themselves 12 1, 5 | that other things are both beings and good. Hence they ~have 13 1, 6 | But ~they are not called beings through the divine being, 14 1, 7 | distinguished from all other beings, and all others to be apart 15 1, 8 | Further, the demons are beings. But God is not in the demons; 16 1, 8 | addition, "inasmuch as they are beings." But in things not deformed 17 1, 9 | for they are not called beings as though they were the 18 1, 11 | reality to the substance of beings; as "white" to "man." This, 19 1, 11 | the fact that they are beings, not by the fact that they 20 1, 12 | these are the incorporeal beings, called ~angels. But to 21 1, 13 | the first measure of all beings. Therefore God is homogeneous 22 1, 14 | must note that intelligent beings are distinguished from ~ 23 1, 14 | distinguished from ~non-intelligent beings in that the latter possess 24 1, 14 | the nature of intelligent beings has a ~greater amplitude 25 1, 14 | general, that is, only as beings. For ~as fire, if it knew 26 1, 14 | things in so far as they are ~beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 27 1, 14 | the like, whereby living beings are ~distinguished from 28 1, 14 | are divided among inferior beings, exist simply and ~unitedly 29 1, 15 | this great multitude of beings was ~produced. According 30 1, 18 | understand belongs to living beings, after considering the ~ 31 1, 18 | is that of intelligible beings; for their power of ~self-movement 32 1, 21 | creation; by the production of beings in ~a manner that accords 33 1, 28 | generation in perfect living beings is ~called paternity; and 34 1, 34 | God. But God does not know beings only; ~He knows also non-beings. 35 1, 34 | also relation to ~those beings which are made through the 36 1, 34 | expressive and operative of beings, but is ~expressive and 37 1, 39 | existent" or ~three "wise" beings, or three "eternal," "uncreated," 38 1, 39 | uncreated," and "immense" ~beings, if these terms are understood 39 1, 44 | 1) the first cause ~of beings; (2) the mode of procession 40 1, 44 | the efficient cause of all beings?~(2) Whether primary matter 41 1, 44 | is the exemplar cause of beings or whether there are ~other 42 1, 44 | appear to be essential to beings, for some beings can be 43 1, 44 | essential to beings, for some beings can be understood ~without 44 1, 44 | it is ~possible that some beings should not be created by 45 1, 44 | it appears that not all beings are from God.~Aquin.: SMT 46 1, 44 | text 3); therefore ~not all beings are from God as from their 47 1, 44 | recipients. Therefore all beings apart ~from God are not 48 1, 44 | their own being, but are beings by participation. ~Therefore 49 1, 44 | failed to realize that any beings existed except sensible ~ 50 1, 44 | or as "such," but as "beings."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 51 1, 44 | of things considered as beings, must be ~the cause of things, 52 1, 44 | Therefore there are some ~beings, which are beings or species 53 1, 44 | some ~beings, which are beings or species not existing 54 1, 44 | is concerned only ~with beings, still it is not necessary 55 1, 45 | particular productions of ~some beings, but cannot happen in the 56 1, 45 | universal cause of all beings, which is God. Hence God 57 1, 45 | and the like are called beings, not as if they ~themselves 58 1, 45 | created things are subsisting beings. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 59 1, 48 | there should ~be not only beings incorruptible, but also 60 1, 48 | incorruptible, but also corruptible beings; so the ~perfection of the 61 1, 55 | because the lower orders of beings are ~essentially in the 62 1, 56 | the order of ~intelligible beings there be any subsisting 63 1, 57 | things is for the higher beings ~to be more perfect than 64 1, 57 | manifold manner in the lower beings, to be ~contained in the 65 1, 57 | angels are intellectual beings of their own ~nature. Therefore, 66 1, 58 | are called "intellectual beings": because even with ~ourselves 67 1, 65 | creatures: for in suchlike ~beings there is no distinction 68 1, 66 | the matter of the heaven - beings in ~potentiality with regard 69 1, 66 | directed towards act, potential beings ~are differentiated by their 70 1, 70 | Whether they are living beings?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 71 1, 70 | lights of heaven are living beings?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 72 1, 70 | lights of heaven are living beings. For ~the nobler a body 73 1, 70 | is adorned with living beings, with fish, ~birds, and 74 1, 70 | adornment, should be living beings also.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] 75 1, 70 | therefore, are ~living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 76 1, 70 | consequently they are living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 77 1, 70 | is by another. But only beings that are living move themselves, 78 1, 70 | heavenly bodies are ~living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 79 1, 70 | bodies are really living beings, their souls ~must be akin 80 1, 70 | heavenly ~bodies to be living beings, this means nothing else 81 1, 70 | heavenly bodies are ~not living beings in the same sense as plants 82 1, 71 | they bring forth living beings, whereas ~birds and fishes 83 1, 73 | production of many individual ~beings, and even of certain new 84 1, 74 | filled, as it were, by the beings that inhabit it. Now the 85 1, 74 | producing the substance of beings instantaneously. For this 86 1, 75 | all things are good, are beings, and are living things, 87 1, 75 | have no matter are simply beings at once." [*The ~Leonine 88 1, 39 | existent" or ~three "wise" beings, or three "eternal," "uncreated," 89 1, 39 | uncreated," and "immense" ~beings, if these terms are understood 90 1, 45 | 1) the first cause ~of beings; (2) the mode of procession 91 1, 45 | the efficient cause of all beings?~(2) Whether primary matter 92 1, 45 | is the exemplar cause of beings or whether there are ~other 93 1, 45 | appear to be essential to beings, for some beings can be 94 1, 45 | essential to beings, for some beings can be understood ~without 95 1, 45 | it is ~possible that some beings should not be created by 96 1, 45 | it appears that not all beings are from God.~Aquin.: SMT 97 1, 45 | text 3); therefore ~not all beings are from God as from their 98 1, 45 | recipients. Therefore all beings apart ~from God are not 99 1, 45 | their own being, but are beings by participation. ~Therefore 100 1, 45 | failed to realize that any beings existed except sensible ~ 101 1, 45 | or as "such," but as "beings."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 102 1, 45 | of things considered as beings, must be ~the cause of things, 103 1, 45 | Therefore there are some ~beings, which are beings or species 104 1, 45 | some ~beings, which are beings or species not existing 105 1, 45 | is concerned only ~with beings, still it is not necessary 106 1, 46 | particular productions of ~some beings, but cannot happen in the 107 1, 46 | universal cause of all beings, which is God. Hence God 108 1, 46 | and the like are called beings, not as if they ~themselves 109 1, 46 | created things are subsisting beings. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 110 1, 49 | there should ~be not only beings incorruptible, but also 111 1, 49 | incorruptible, but also corruptible beings; so the ~perfection of the 112 1, 56 | because the lower orders of beings are ~essentially in the 113 1, 57 | the order of ~intelligible beings there be any subsisting 114 1, 58 | things is for the higher beings ~to be more perfect than 115 1, 58 | manifold manner in the lower beings, to be ~contained in the 116 1, 58 | angels are intellectual beings of their own ~nature. Therefore, 117 1, 59 | are called "intellectual beings": because even with ~ourselves 118 1, 66 | creatures: for in suchlike ~beings there is no distinction 119 1, 67 | the matter of the heaven - beings in ~potentiality with regard 120 1, 67 | directed towards act, potential beings ~are differentiated by their 121 1, 71 | Whether they are living beings?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 122 1, 71 | lights of heaven are living beings?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 123 1, 71 | lights of heaven are living beings. For ~the nobler a body 124 1, 71 | is adorned with living beings, with fish, ~birds, and 125 1, 71 | adornment, should be living beings also.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] 126 1, 71 | therefore, are ~living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 127 1, 71 | consequently they are living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 128 1, 71 | is by another. But only beings that are living move themselves, 129 1, 71 | heavenly bodies are ~living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 130 1, 71 | bodies are really living beings, their souls ~must be akin 131 1, 71 | heavenly ~bodies to be living beings, this means nothing else 132 1, 71 | heavenly bodies are ~not living beings in the same sense as plants 133 1, 71 | they bring forth living beings, whereas ~birds and fishes 134 1, 72 | production of many individual ~beings, and even of certain new 135 1, 73 | filled, as it were, by the beings that inhabit it. Now the 136 1, 73 | producing the substance of beings instantaneously. For this 137 1, 74 | all things are good, are beings, and are living things, 138 1, 74 | have no matter are simply beings at once." [*The ~Leonine 139 1, 78 | intellect in all intelligent beings; but it must be one in its ~ 140 1, 83 | there is another genus of beings, separate from matter ~and 141 1, 83 | matter ~and movement, which beings he called "species" or " 142 1, 83 | sensible bodies, but to those beings ~immaterial and separate: 143 1, 83 | manifest, to introduce other beings, ~which cannot be the substance 144 1, 83 | impression of some superior beings, as Plato held; but that 145 1, 86 | the genus of intelligible beings, just as primary matter 146 1, 86 | potentiality as regards sensible beings; and hence it is called ~" 147 1, 86 | an order of intelligible beings existed above the order 148 1, 86 | participation of incorporeal beings. But as in ~this life our 149 1, 89 | properly and truly called beings; whereas an accident ~has 150 1, 92 | differences of universal beings. But likeness may be ~considered 151 1, 102 | necessity inherent in those beings which are ~determined to 152 1, 103 | artificial and in natural beings: for the builder causes ~ 153 1, 103 | accidents are not complete beings, since they do ~not subsist: 154 1, 104 | First Being, and all other beings pre-exist in Him as in their 155 1, 105 | orders of the heavenly beings are taught Divine science 156 1, 106 | Each one of the heavenly beings communicates what ~he learns 157 1, 113 | we can gather how various beings are said to tempt in various ~ 158 1, 114 | to the lowest degree of beings. Therefore corporeal ~substance 159 1, 114 | dispositions, are necessary beings; it seems that their effects 160 1, 118 | Secondly, because in all beings whose entire matter is ~ 161 2, 3 | Metaph ii, 1); ~whatever are beings by participation, are true 162 2, 8 | is directed ~not only to beings, but also to non-beings. 163 2, 8 | things, ~which are not actual beings. Therefore the will is not 164 2, 8 | privations are said to be ~"beings of reason." In this way, 165 2, 8 | they ~are apprehended, are beings. Accordingly, in so far 166 2, 8 | so far as such like are ~beings, they are apprehended under 167 2, 31 | object of joy in rational beings. And ~yet everything is 168 2, 31 | in speaking of rational beings.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 169 2, 41 | way ascribed to inanimate beings.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[41] A[ 170 2, 46 | between man and ~irrational beings. And yet sometimes one is 171 2, 46 | is angry with irrational beings; ~thus, out of anger, a 172 2, 46 | irrational and inanimate beings, which movement is like 173 2, 50 | But as they are not so far beings of themselves, as ~not to 174 2, 55 | human virtue in rational beings. Therefore ~also human virtue 175 2, 55 | non-subsistent forms are called beings, not as if they themselves 176 2, 63 | inasmuch as we ~are rational beings. The third objection must 177 2, 66 | something about ~celestial beings, though it be based on weak 178 2, 93 | impose laws ~on irrational beings, however much they may be 179 2, 93 | impose laws on rational beings subject to him, in so far 180 2, 96 | framed for a number of human beings, the majority of ~whom are 181 2, 98 | demands, viz. that ~the lowest beings be governed through the 182 2, 98 | through the intermediate beings: and also ~bodily aids, 183 2, 102 | worship Him, are ~corporeal beings: and for their sake there 184 2, 111 | with such as are willing, beings by operating ~that they 185 2, 1 | FP, Q[13], A[8]. Now in beings having an ~intellect, power 186 2, 45 | man surpasses irrational beings by his reason, but he ~has 187 2, 48 | irrational and inanimate beings ~are set in motion by their 188 2, 48 | irrational and inanimate beings ~are moved only by others 189 2, 56 | demands must needs be between beings ~capable of action. Now 190 2, 74 | But to curse irrational beings, considered as creatures 191 2, 81 | order is such that lower beings receive an ~overflow of 192 2, 81 | God's will that inferior beings should be helped by ~all 193 2, 92 | the dead or to inanimate beings. Likewise, ~neither could 194 2, 93 | which appear in inanimate ~beings. If these signs appear in 195 2, 173 | in His providence for all beings." But ~even if this were 196 2, 178 | theories about those sublime beings and godlike ~substances, 197 3, 2 | the begetting ~of living beings, which is called "birth" 198 3, 16 | in ~corporeal and human beings, things of which we may 199 3, 17 | in Christ there are two beings.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[17] A[ 200 3, 17 | Therefore, if there were two ~beings in Christ, and not one only, 201 3, 17 | necessary to assert two beings in Christ - one, inasmuch 202 3, 36 | To the Jews, as rational beings, it was ~fitting that a 203 3, 45 | and faculty of all ~mortal beings; according to Ex. 33:20: " 204 Suppl, 44| perfectly in those animate beings that are not ~animals. It


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