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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 16 | matter is unbegotten and incorruptible, since it remains after 2 1, 18 | does not hold good with ~incorruptible natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 22 | chance. Others taught that incorruptible things only were ~subject 4 1, 22 | in this respect they are ~incorruptible. They are represented as 5 1, 22 | principles; not only of things incorruptible, but ~also of things corruptible. 6 1, 23 | universe, being as such ~incorruptible; more especially those who 7 1, 46 | long ~is exists. But every incorruptible thing has power to be always; 8 1, 46 | determinate time. Therefore no incorruptible ~thing sometimes is, and 9 1, 46 | time is not; therefore no ~incorruptible thing begins to exist. But 10 1, 46 | exist. But there are many incorruptible ~things in the world, as 11 1, 46 | does not prove simply that incorruptible things never began to exist; 12 1, 47 | distinction. Hence ~we see that in incorruptible things there is only one 13 1, 48 | lose their ~existence as incorruptible things, while some there 14 1, 48 | should ~be not only beings incorruptible, but also corruptible beings; 15 1, 50 | We see, in fact, ~that incorruptible bodies, exceed corruptible 16 1, 50 | 1~Whether the angels are incorruptible?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 17 1, 50 | that the angels are not incorruptible; for ~Damascene, speaking 18 1, 50 | maintained that the angels are ~incorruptible of their own nature. The 19 1, 50 | is the cause ~why it is incorruptible by its own nature.~Aquin.: 20 1, 50 | intellectual substance is incorruptible of its own nature.~Aquin.: 21 1, 50 | repugnant to a necessary or incorruptible being to depend for its ~ 22 1, 61 | truth. But as ~truth is incorruptible, so is it eternal. Therefore 23 1, 61 | of the angel is not only incorruptible, but ~likewise eternal.~ 24 1, 61 | and intelligent souls are incorruptible by the very ~fact of their 25 1, 65 | their substantial form. But incorruptible ~creatures endure with respect 26 1, 66 | the heavenly bodies are incorruptible. But in spite of this ~difference 27 1, 66 | far all bodies would be incorruptible. But corruption ~would then 28 1, 66 | matter of ~corruptible and incorruptible bodies is not the same. 29 1, 66 | existing under ~the form of an incorruptible body, would be in potentiality 30 1, 66 | corruptible, and those by nature incorruptible, should possess the same ~ 31 1, 66 | sense, corruptible and ~incorruptible things are not in the same 32 1, 67 | elements, and naturally incorruptible. For in that case its ~matter 33 1, 68 | firmament, being naturally incorruptible, is of a matter not susceptible ~ 34 1, 68 | actually or potentially, and ~incorruptible by nature. In this body 35 1, 70 | luminaries are by nature incorruptible ~bodies: wherefore their 36 1, 70 | elements, and naturally incorruptible, the answer must be ~that 37 1, 70 | incompatible with a body ~naturally incorruptible. Equally impossible is it 38 1, 75 | 6) Whether the soul is incorruptible?~(7) Whether the soul is 39 1, 75 | Whether the human soul is incorruptible?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 40 1, 75 | and that they have "an ~incorruptible substantial life."~Aquin.: 41 1, 75 | call the human soul is incorruptible. For a thing may be corrupted 42 1, 75 | to maintain that it is ~incorruptible. For corruption is found 43 1, 75 | subject to ~contrariety, are incorruptible. Now there can be no contrariety 44 1, 75 | intellectual substance is incorruptible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 45 1, 76 | intellectual principle, since it is incorruptible, as was shown above ~(Q[ 46 1, 76 | soul. For corruptible and incorruptible are not of ~the same substance. 47 1, 76 | the intellectual soul is incorruptible; whereas ~the other souls, 48 1, 76 | sensitive soul in man is ~incorruptible; on the contrary, "corruptible 49 1, 76 | contrary, "corruptible and incorruptible differ ~generically," says 50 1, 76 | therefore, in man it be incorruptible, the sensitive ~soul in 51 1, 76 | 1: The sensitive soul is incorruptible, not by reason of its ~being 52 1, 76 | also intellectuality, it is incorruptible. For ~although sensibility 53 1, 76 | difference of corruptible and incorruptible which is on the ~part of 54 1, 76 | the ~intellectual soul is incorruptible. Therefore it is not properly 55 1, 76 | before sin the human body was incorruptible. This answer does not ~seem 56 1, 76 | incorporeal, and because it is incorruptible. Therefore it seems to be 57 1, 76 | the body by means ~of an incorruptible body, and such would be 58 1, 76 | intellectual soul has an ~incorruptible body naturally united to 59 1, 47 | long ~is exists. But every incorruptible thing has power to be always; 60 1, 47 | determinate time. Therefore no incorruptible ~thing sometimes is, and 61 1, 47 | time is not; therefore no ~incorruptible thing begins to exist. But 62 1, 47 | exist. But there are many incorruptible ~things in the world, as 63 1, 47 | does not prove simply that incorruptible things never began to exist; 64 1, 48 | distinction. Hence ~we see that in incorruptible things there is only one 65 1, 49 | lose their ~existence as incorruptible things, while some there 66 1, 49 | should ~be not only beings incorruptible, but also corruptible beings; 67 1, 51 | We see, in fact, ~that incorruptible bodies, exceed corruptible 68 1, 51 | 1~Whether the angels are incorruptible?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 69 1, 51 | that the angels are not incorruptible; for ~Damascene, speaking 70 1, 51 | maintained that the angels are ~incorruptible of their own nature. The 71 1, 51 | is the cause ~why it is incorruptible by its own nature.~Aquin.: 72 1, 51 | intellectual substance is incorruptible of its own nature.~Aquin.: 73 1, 51 | repugnant to a necessary or incorruptible being to depend for its ~ 74 1, 62 | truth. But as ~truth is incorruptible, so is it eternal. Therefore 75 1, 62 | of the angel is not only incorruptible, but ~likewise eternal.~ 76 1, 62 | and intelligent souls are incorruptible by the very ~fact of their 77 1, 66 | their substantial form. But incorruptible ~creatures endure with respect 78 1, 67 | the heavenly bodies are incorruptible. But in spite of this ~difference 79 1, 67 | far all bodies would be incorruptible. But corruption ~would then 80 1, 67 | matter of ~corruptible and incorruptible bodies is not the same. 81 1, 67 | existing under ~the form of an incorruptible body, would be in potentiality 82 1, 67 | corruptible, and those by nature incorruptible, should possess the same ~ 83 1, 67 | sense, corruptible and ~incorruptible things are not in the same 84 1, 68 | elements, and naturally incorruptible. For in that case its ~matter 85 1, 69 | firmament, being naturally incorruptible, is of a matter not susceptible ~ 86 1, 69 | actually or potentially, and ~incorruptible by nature. In this body 87 1, 71 | luminaries are by nature incorruptible ~bodies: wherefore their 88 1, 71 | elements, and naturally incorruptible, the answer must be ~that 89 1, 71 | incompatible with a body ~naturally incorruptible. Equally impossible is it 90 1, 74 | 6) Whether the soul is incorruptible?~(7) Whether the soul is 91 1, 74 | Whether the human soul is incorruptible?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 92 1, 74 | and that they have "an ~incorruptible substantial life."~Aquin.: 93 1, 74 | call the human soul is incorruptible. For a thing may be corrupted 94 1, 74 | to maintain that it is ~incorruptible. For corruption is found 95 1, 74 | subject to ~contrariety, are incorruptible. Now there can be no contrariety 96 1, 74 | intellectual substance is incorruptible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 97 1, 75 | intellectual principle, since it is incorruptible, as was shown above ~(Q[ 98 1, 75 | soul. For corruptible and incorruptible are not of ~the same substance. 99 1, 75 | the intellectual soul is incorruptible; whereas ~the other souls, 100 1, 75 | sensitive soul in man is ~incorruptible; on the contrary, "corruptible 101 1, 75 | contrary, "corruptible and incorruptible differ ~generically," says 102 1, 75 | therefore, in man it be incorruptible, the sensitive ~soul in 103 1, 75 | 1: The sensitive soul is incorruptible, not by reason of its ~being 104 1, 75 | also intellectuality, it is incorruptible. For ~although sensibility 105 1, 75 | difference of corruptible and incorruptible which is on the ~part of 106 1, 75 | the ~intellectual soul is incorruptible. Therefore it is not properly 107 1, 75 | before sin the human body was incorruptible. This answer does not ~seem 108 1, 75 | incorporeal, and because ~it is incorruptible. Therefore it seems to be 109 1, 75 | the body by means ~of an incorruptible body, and such would be 110 1, 75 | intellectual soul has an ~incorruptible body naturally united to 111 1, 78 | the intellectual power is incorruptible, as we have said ~above ( 112 1, 78 | corporeal ~organ. Hence it is incorruptible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 113 1, 78 | different, as corruptible and ~incorruptible. Since, therefore, necessary 114 1, 84 | Divine intellect, like all incorruptible things, ~have their perfection 115 1, 87 | corporeal, whether ~superior and incorruptible; or lower and corruptible. 116 1, 88 | for the intellect is an incorruptible ~faculty, as above stated ( 117 1, 92 | incorruptibility; for corruptible and ~incorruptible are differences of universal 118 1, 96 | Further, corruptible and incorruptible are generically distinct, ~ 119 1, 96 | Therefore if the first man was ~incorruptible, man could not be corruptible 120 1, 96 | answer that, A thing may be incorruptible in three ways. First, on 121 1, 96 | Such things as these are ~incorruptible by their very nature. Secondly, 122 1, 96 | nature. Secondly, a thing is incorruptible in ~its form, inasmuch as 123 1, 96 | Thirdly, a thing may be incorruptible on the part of ~its efficient 124 1, 96 | cause; in this sense man was incorruptible and immortal in ~the state 125 1, 96 | suffered no loss, as being incorruptible. Therefore he had no ~need 126 1, 97 | between corruptible and ~incorruptible creatures, his soul being 127 1, 97 | his soul being naturally incorruptible, while ~his body is naturally 128 1, 97 | regards corruptible and incorruptible ~things. For that seems 129 1, 97 | ordained. On the other hand, incorruptible substances survive, not 130 1, 97 | part of the soul, which is incorruptible, it ~is fitting that the 131 1, 101 | stated (Q[97], A[1]), Man was incorruptible and ~immortal, not because 132 1, 103 | least in matter, which is incorruptible, since it is the subject 133 1, 112 | incorruptibility. For men are not ~only incorruptible in the common species, but 134 1, 112 | cannot be said of ~other incorruptible things. Now it is manifest 135 2, 22 | vi, 6. But ~the soul is incorruptible. Therefore no passion is 136 2, 31 | whereas spiritual goods are incorruptible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 137 2, 53 | is a substance ~that is incorruptible" (De Anima i, text. 65). 138 2, 53 | those habits that have an ~incorruptible subject, cannot be corrupted 139 2, 53 | while residing chiefly in an incorruptible ~subject, reside nevertheless 140 2, 53 | intellect, such a habit is ~incorruptible both directly and indirectly. 141 2, 67 | subject, since the will is incorruptible; and because its act will ~ 142 2, 85 | the corruptible and the incorruptible differ generically" ~(Metaph. 143 2, 85 | human body is naturally ~incorruptible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 144 2, 85 | indeed nature would choose an incorruptible ~matter if it could. But 145 2, 92 | changed the ~glory of the incorruptible God into the likeness of 146 2, 101 | souls, for God created man ~incorruptible, and to the image of His 147 2, 150 | for if the flesh were ~incorruptible, it would not be difficult 148 2, 162 | possible, since the form is incorruptible, its ~matter should rather 149 2, 162 | matter should rather be incorruptible. In the same way a saw needs 150 2, 178 | first, because it is about incorruptible and unchangeable ~things; 151 2, 178 | to us in respect of the incorruptible part of the soul, namely ~ 152 2, 178 | the intellect, which is incorruptible and ~impassible in itself, 153 2, 187 | not ~all that is of God is incorruptible: else corruptible creatures 154 3, 2 | something else, since it is incorruptible; nor can ~anything else 155 3, 5 | heavenly body is impassible and incorruptible, as is proved De ~Coel. 156 3, 14 | the body of ~Christ was incorruptible and without any defect.~ 157 3, 25 | changed the glory of the ~incorruptible God into the likeness of 158 3, 44 | heavenly bodies are by nature incorruptible and unchangeable, as ~is 159 3, 50 | that the Lord's body was ~incorruptible after the first manner of 160 3, 54 | Further, a glorified body is incorruptible. But Christ's body ~seems 161 3, 54 | seems not to have been incorruptible; because it was palpable, 162 3, 54 | corruptible, and that which is ~incorruptible cannot be handled." Consequently, 163 3, 54 | something else which made it incorruptible, and ~this was not the nature 164 3, 55 | Resurrection ~He showed His body as incorruptible and at the same time palpable."~ 165 3, 57 | entered upon an immortal and ~incorruptible life. But whereas our dwelling-place 166 3, 63 | intellect being perpetual and incorruptible, a ~character cannot be 167 3, 76 | Christ has unfailing and incorruptible being, He ~ceases to be 168 3, 77 | self-subsisting forms are incorruptible, ~as is seen in spiritual 169 3, 77 | s body, and that body is incorruptible. ~Therefore it seems that 170 3, 77 | there, because these are ~incorruptible. But if the substance, or 171 3, 77 | body is broken, as being ~incorruptible, nor is the substance of 172 3, 77 | First of all, ~because it is incorruptible and impassible: secondly, 173 3, 79 | thereof to be immortal and incorruptible, ~in the fellowship of the 174 Suppl, 72| be corruptible in part is incorruptible as a whole, ~which cannot 175 Suppl, 72| has, the form of which is incorruptible. ~Nevertheless, although 176 Suppl, 76| movement, since it has a moved ~incorruptible substance. On the other 177 Suppl, 76| soul in man would not be ~incorruptible, as neither is it in other 178 Suppl, 79| bodies of the saints will be incorruptible after the resurrection, ~ 179 Suppl, 80| its substance. Hence in incorruptible, i.e. heavenly, ~bodies, 180 Suppl, 80| But the glorified body is incorruptible. ~Therefore it is impalpable.~ 181 Suppl, 80| which by their nature are incorruptible, are sensible to the ~sight 182 Suppl, 83| The dead shall rise ~again incorruptible"; where a gloss says: "The 183 Suppl, 83| general shall rise again incorruptible, i.e. without the loss ~ 184 Suppl, 83| bodies of the damned will be incorruptible?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[86] A[ 185 Suppl, 83| Therefore their bodies will be incorruptible.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[86] A[ 186 Suppl, 83| principles may be rendered incorruptible in two ways. First ~by the 187 Suppl, 83| bodies of the damned will be incorruptible. For since the ~heaven is 188 Suppl, 83| bodies ~of the damned will be incorruptible, and this will serve the 189 Suppl, 83| way the body of Adam was incorruptible, because the ~conflicting 190 Suppl, 83| impassible even as they will be ~incorruptible. Yet after the heaven has 191 Suppl, 88| body will be altogether incorruptible, ~the Divine power effecting 192 Suppl, 88| are by their very nature ~incorruptible both as to their whole and 193 Suppl, 88| corruptible as to their parts but incorruptible as a whole: while men ~are 194 Suppl, 89| invisible even as He is ~incorruptible." As, however, He is by 195 Suppl, 94| whereas then they will ~be incorruptible, both by the ordering of


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