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Sunday, September 8, 2019


The Thirteen Passages That Explicitly Use the Expression Actus Essendi




The Thirteen Texts in Which Aquinas Explicitly Used the Expression Actus Essendi



 Text no. 1: In I Sententiarum, distinction 8, question 1, article 1, corpus.

 Text no. 2: In I Sententiarum, distinction 8, question 4, article 2, ad 2.

 Text no. 3: In I Sententiarum, distinction 8, question 5, article 2, corpus.
 
 Text no. 4: In III Sententiarum, distinction 11, question 1, article 2, ad 2.

 Text no. 5: Disputed questions De veritate, question 1, article 1, corpus

 Text no. 6: Disputed questions De veritate, question 1, article 1, ad 1.

 Text no. 7: Disputed questions De veritate, question 1, article 1, resp. ad s. c. 3.

 Text no. 8: Disputed questions De veritate, question 10, article 8, ad 13.

 Text no. 9: Quodlibetal disputations, Quodlibet 9, question 4, article 1, corpus.

 Text no. 10: Summa theologiae, part I, question 3, article 4, ad 2.

 Text no. 11: Disputed questions De potentia, question 7, article 2, ad 1.

 Text no. 12: Commentary on Aristotle’s Metaphysics, book 4, lectio 2.

 Text no. 13: Exposition of Boethius’s De hebdomadibus, lectio 2.