Part, Question
1 1, 2  are known ~as soon as the terms are known, which the Philosopher (
2 1, 2  principles of demonstration, the terms of which are common things
3 1, 12  dark ~manner']," "by the terms 'glass' and 'enigma' certain
4 1, 13  Objection, since synonymous terms ~signify one thing under
5 1, 13  same rule applies to other terms. Hence ~no name is predicated
6 1, 13  intellect apprehends ~them as terms of the relations of science
7 1, 13  versa, these two relative terms, "Lord" and "servant," are
8 1, 13  from this reason: Univocal terms mean absolutely the same
9 1, 13  same thing, ~but equivocal terms absolutely different; whereas
10 1, 13  different; whereas in analogical terms a ~word taken in one signification
11 1, 14  being" are ~convertible terms. Therefore the knowledge
12 1, 14  reference) to one of two terms, ~but as determined to one;
13 1, 16  and being are convertible terms?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[
14 1, 16  being are not convertible terms. For ~the true resides properly
15 1, 16  and being are convertible terms. Hence just as ~being is
16 1, 17  are ~known as soon as the terms are understood, from the
17 1, 19  from the relation of the terms, as when the ~predicate
18 1, 25  relation in which the very terms ~stand to each other. Now
19 1, 25  relation in which the very terms ~stand to one another, possible
20 1, 25  imply a contradiction in terms, is numbered amongst those
21 1, 27  Hence Scripture employs terms which ~denote generation
22 1, 27  and diversity from ~their terms. But procession in God is
23 1, 28  implies in reality two ~terms. Therefore the divine relations
24 1, 29  there is contradiction of terms; since second substances
25 1, 29  make them known. Likewise, terms expressive of ~intention
26 1, 29  of God only in the very terms ~themselves of Scripture,
27 1, 30  they?~(3) What the numeral terms signify in God?~(4) The
28 1, 30  1/1~Whether the numeral terms denote anything real in
29 1, 30  would seem that the numeral terms denote something real in ~
30 1, 30  creatures. But the numeral terms denote ~something real in
31 1, 30  Further, if the numeral terms do not denote anything real
32 1, 30  be said that the ~numeral terms denote something real in
33 1, 30  Hence we ~see that these terms are applied to God in order
34 1, 30  considers that the numeral ~terms do not denote anything positive
35 1, 30  asserted that the numeral terms do not denote anything real
36 1, 30  But we say that numeral terms predicated of God are not
37 1, 30  Therefore the numeral terms in God signify the things
38 1, 30  does not ~follow that these terms express this signification
39 1, 30  natures, signified by the terms "genus" or "species." The
40 1, 31  1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the terms "other person" and "other
41 1, 31  must shun the use of the terms ~diversity and difference
42 1, 31  Hence whenever we find terms of "diversity" or "difference" ~
43 1, 31  an authentic work, these terms of "diversity" or ~"difference"
44 1, 31  essence be taken away, the terms "separation" ~and "division,"
45 1, 31  similitude, we avoid the terms "alien" and ~"discrepant."
46 1, 32  these things we use abstract terms to signify simple forms;
47 1, 32  subsistent things we use concrete terms. Hence also we signify ~
48 1, 32  must also be some abstract ~terms whereby we may answer that
49 1, 32  real identity, substantive terms, whether personal or essential, ~
50 1, 33  because the more special ~terms are, the more they determine
51 1, 33  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The terms "generation" and "paternity"
52 1, 33  paternity" like the other terms ~properly applied to God,
53 1, 33  1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Common terms taken absolutely, in the
54 1, 33  intelligence, come before proper terms; because they are included
55 1, 33  understanding of proper terms; but not conversely. For
56 1, 33  conversely. But ~common terms which import relation to
57 1, 33  creature come after proper ~terms which import personal relations;
58 1, 34  and sight, are essential terms in God. Therefore Word is
59 1, 34  the nature ~of personal terms in God, inasmuch as the
60 1, 36  divine persons are relative terms, as ~Boethius says (De Trin.).
61 1, 37  loved, there are no other terms in use, which express the
62 1, 39  immense" ~beings, if these terms are understood in an adjectival
63 1, 39  God" agrees with singular terms as ~regards the form signified
64 1, 39  agrees ~also with general terms so far as the form signified
65 1, 39  the strict ~propriety of terms allows. Whence instead of
66 1, 39  Therefore substantive personal terms can be predicated of the
67 1, 39  predicated of the essential terms?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[
68 1, 39  general term to inferior terms, as Damascene says (De ~
69 1, 39  5]), although adjectival terms, ~whether personal or notional,
70 1, 39  nevertheless substantive terms can be so predicated, owing
71 1, 39  designates three appropriated terms. ~For he appropriates "eternity"
72 1, 39  person. Therefore the above terms ~are not fittingly appropriated
73 1, 40  are designated by abstract terms, ~being forms, as it were,
74 1, 41  we designate by different terms the intellect and the act
75 1, 41  Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, terms signifying the essence in
76 1, 42  in these "it is only the terms that are relative."~Aquin.:
77 1, 45  is considered from ~their terms. Action is therefore nobler
78 1, 46  the ~sole habitude of the terms which are not repugnant
79 1, 46  infinite number ~of mean terms.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[
80 1, 53  totally in ~either of the terms while it is being moved;
81 1, 53  for a medium between the terms, just as ~there is no medium
82 1, 53  changes of the ~kind are terms of a continuous movement:
83 1, 58  movement ~terminates in various terms. Therefore many things cannot
84 1, 60  others. Dionysius used the terms "uniting" and "binding"
85 1, 62  of vision, ~that diverse terms are fixed beforehand by
86 1, 66  which is a contradiction in terms. Nor can it be said that
87 1, 67  viii, text. 55, we use terms belonging to local movement
88 1, 37  loved, there are no other terms in use, which express the
89 1, 39  immense" ~beings, if these terms are understood in an adjectival
90 1, 39  God" agrees with singular terms as ~regards the form signified
91 1, 39  agrees ~also with general terms so far as the form signified
92 1, 39  the strict ~propriety of terms allows. Whence instead of
93 1, 39  Therefore substantive personal terms can be predicated of ~the
94 1, 39  predicated of the essential terms?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[
95 1, 39  general term to inferior terms, as Damascene says (De ~
96 1, 39  5]), although adjectival terms, ~whether personal or notional,
97 1, 39  nevertheless substantive terms can be so predicated, owing
98 1, 39  designates three appropriated terms. ~For he appropriates "eternity"
99 1, 39  person. Therefore the above terms ~are not fittingly appropriated
100 1, 40  are designated by abstract terms, ~being forms, as it were,
101 1, 41  we designate by different terms the intellect and the act
102 1, 41  Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, terms signifying the essence in
103 1, 42  in these "it is only the terms that are relative."~Aquin.:
104 1, 46  is considered from ~their terms. Action is therefore nobler
105 1, 47  the ~sole habitude of the terms which are not repugnant
106 1, 47  infinite number ~of mean terms.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[
107 1, 54  totally in ~either of the terms while it is being moved;
108 1, 54  for a medium between the terms, just as ~there is no medium
109 1, 54  changes of the ~kind are terms of a continuous movement:
110 1, 59  movement ~terminates in various terms. Therefore many things cannot
111 1, 61  others. Dionysius used the terms "uniting" and "binding"
112 1, 63  of vision, ~that diverse terms are fixed beforehand by
113 1, 67  which is a contradiction in terms. Nor can it be said that
114 1, 68  viii, text. 55, we use terms belonging to local movement
115 1, 78  be ~understood, as from terms are made propositions, and
116 1, 85  knows composition, knows the terms of composition. But our
117 1, 107  conclusion by many middle terms. Now it is manifest that
118 1, 107  all the preceding middle terms not only in the ~new acquisition
119 1, 107  of ~the preceding middle terms he can have opinion or belief
120 2, 11  any point between the two ~terms is a beginning and an end,
121 2, 31  movement does not end in two terms. But one and the ~same movement,
122 2, 35  their species from their terms or objects. Accordingly
123 2, 40  of approach to contrary ~terms: and this contrariety alone
124 2, 66  depends on the meaning of the terms: for as soon as we know
125 2, 66  to being, which are the terms ~whereof indemonstrable
126 2, 72  objects, which are the ends or terms of those acts, but also ~
127 2, 72  Ethic. x, 4); yet even terms of movement ~specify movements,
128 2, 88  3~I answer that, Certain terms do not appear to be mutually
129 2, 94  those propositions whose terms are known to all, as, "Every
130 2, 94  understand the meaning of the terms of such propositions: thus
131 2, 103  itself implies this in the terms employed: for it is ~written (
132 2, 107  being directed to different terms: ~while according as one
133 2, 113  movement is related to both terms of the movement. Now it
134 2, 9  the genus of convertible terms, ~that which signifies "
135 2, 9  definition," but the convertible terms which fall short of this,
136 2, 9  and are called "proper" terms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[2]
137 2, 10  especially to be on very familiar terms with them, or to communicate
138 2, 10  have been on most friendly terms, as Sylvester with Constantine, ~
139 2, 12  takes its species from the terms. Now ~apostasy regards unbelief
140 2, 25  Metaph. v, text. 16), the terms ~"before" and "after" are
141 2, 30  in accordance with the terms of his commission; but if
142 2, 53  temporal things, to which the terms "past" and "future" ~apply,
143 2, 68  confess his doubt in doubtful terms, and that which he is certain
144 2, 68  he is certain about, ~in terms of certainty. Owing however
145 2, 70  much." ~Nevertheless these terms are sometimes employed one
146 2, 72  and for this reason these terms are sometimes used one ~
147 2, 73  to ridicule (whence the ~terms 'derision' and 'jesting'),
148 2, 88  to swear, but to employ ~terms resembling an oath in order
149 2, 98  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The terms "buying" and "selling" cover
150 2, 123  one to adhere to these ~terms on account of the connection
151 2, 132  and great ~are relative terms, as the Philosopher says (
152 2, 133  and ~little are relative terms: and when we say that a
153 2, 133  and great are ~relative terms, as stated above (A[1]).
154 2, 181  perfect (so ~far as these terms indicate different states),
155 2, 182  thing signified by these terms, there was always a ~difference
156 2, 182  to distinguish even the terms, by calling the ~higher
157 3, 2  3), ~condemned in these terms: "If anyone after the uniting
158 3, 16  proper acceptation of the terms. Thus the ~Manicheans say
159 3, 16  with the reality of ~both terms, holding that Christ is
160 3, 16  only by the truth of its terms, i.e. because ~Christ is
161 3, 17  but another nature, since terms placed in the ~predicate
162 3, 27  Christ in the most express ~terms. And the apostles were in
163 3, 35  temporal mother, who are terms altogether diverse. Therefore ~
164 3, 35  considered in respect, not of its terms, but of its cause or of
165 3, 35  considered in respect of its terms, every man ~would of necessity
166 3, 75  both. For the order of the terms is common to ~these three;
167 3, 75  and that the aforesaid terms are not coexistent.~Aquin.:
168 3, 80  himself in ~the following terms in his commentary on Matthew (
169 Suppl, 34 is realized in ~both its terms. Now the terms of the relation
170 Suppl, 34 both its terms. Now the terms of the relation of order
171 Suppl, 44 subjects is signified by the terms ~"husband" and "wife," while
172 Suppl, 47 kind is equally in both terms. Therefore if there is an
173 Suppl, 47 cannot arise in one of the terms without arising in the other,
174 Suppl, 80 corresponds to the two terms of the two bodies. It is
175 Suppl, 80 described by contact with the terms of ~the lesser body.~Aquin.:
176 Suppl, 81 whatever having two opposite terms, each of which is a positive
177 Suppl, 90 precedes all other movements, terms ~of movement, distance and
