Article 47 - Bodies90. A body is a substance full of points, lines and angles, situated in length, breadth and depth and habituated with a surface. A body has its coessential parts which are the points, lines and angles of which it is fully composed. By the second species of rule C, one body is terminated by another body. By the second species of rule D, it is made of its coessential parts. By rule F it has continuous and discrete quantity. By rule G it is a common aggregate composed of substance and accidents. By rule H it exists in time, by rule I it exists in space, and by rule K it is in motion. But the intellect wonders why the eighth sphere is not contained in any other place. And it remains in doubt until it considers the fact that all bodies are finite and habituated with shape, otherwise there would be an infinite body, which is impossible.