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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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opposition

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | wise ~and architect, in opposition to the inferior laborers 2 1, 17 | intellect?~(4) Concerning the opposition of the true and the false.~ 3 1, 28 | there must also be a real opposition. ~The very nature of relative 4 1, 28 | very nature of relative opposition includes distinction. Hence, 5 1, 28 | goodness do not import any opposition in their ~respective natures; 6 1, 30 | come only from relative ~opposition. Therefore two opposite 7 1, 30 | forasmuch as it has no ~relative opposition either to paternity or to 8 1, 30 | communication to another. The opposition of relation does not allow 9 1, 31 | account of the relative ~opposition. Hence whenever we find 10 1, 32 | founded only on relative ~opposition, the several properties 11 1, 33 | So if by reason of his opposition to ~the person begotten, 12 1, 33 | distinguished by relative opposition: ~therefore they would be 13 1, 36 | since ~there is no relative opposition between them as the principle 14 1, 39 | distinction by virtue of that opposition. Thus there are one essence 15 1, 39 | and so by reason of the opposition between them they ~distinguish 16 1, 42 | is opposed to filiation, opposition is not a relation mediating ~ 17 1, 64 | exercised by fighting against ~opposition. It was fitting for this 18 1, 65 | consequence of which is a certain opposition of contrary qualities, ~ 19 1, 77 | numbers and figures. ~But this opposition does not prevent the origin 20 1, 39 | distinction by virtue of that opposition. Thus there are one essence 21 1, 39 | and so by reason of the opposition between them they ~distinguish 22 1, 42 | is opposed to filiation, opposition is not a relation mediating ~ 23 1, 65 | exercised by fighting against ~opposition. It was fitting for this 24 1, 66 | consequence of which is a certain opposition of contrary qualities, ~ 25 1, 76 | numbers and figures. ~But this opposition does not prevent the origin 26 1, 78 | OBJ 2: In like manner, the opposition of sensuality to "syneresis" ~ 27 1, 78 | sensuality to "syneresis" ~is an opposition of acts, and not of the 28 1, 84 | indivisible has a certain ~opposition to a corporeal being, the 29 1, 112 | that their wills are in ~opposition, since they are all of one 30 1, 112 | they seek knowledge are in ~opposition.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 31 1, 116 | by way of likeness or of opposition, or something of the sort, ~ 32 2, 1 | Further, things not in opposition to one another do not exclude ~ 33 2, 1 | things which are not in opposition to one ~another. Therefore 34 2, 1 | things which are ~not in opposition to one another, yet it is 35 2, 4 | sometimes on account of opposition; thus a ~sensual delight 36 2, 4 | ways. First, by way ~of opposition; thus cold hinders the action 37 2, 7 | locally, to all kinds of opposition": and in like manner ~words 38 2, 19 | persists in its desires in opposition to reason." But the goodness 39 2, 19 | thing willed.~(3) Moreover, opposition of wills arises from men 40 2, 19 | But whoever has a will in opposition to the Divine will, has 41 2, 19 | be said that there is no opposition of wills when ~several people 42 2, 19 | same aspect: ~but there is opposition of wills, when under one 43 2, 21 | word, deed, or desire, in opposition to the Eternal Law." ~Therefore 44 2, 23 | contrariety is ~according to opposition of termini, and belongs 45 2, 23 | contrary ~to anger," by opposition not of contrariety but of 46 2, 28 | vigorously it withstands opposition or resistance. ~Since therefore 47 2, 32 | another's good as being in opposition to oneself, the evil action 48 2, 35 | which is the principle of opposition: ~because opposition consists 49 2, 35 | of opposition: ~because opposition consists in affirming and 50 2, 35 | intensified by ~the very opposition: because each thing strives 51 2, 40 | movement: while repose is in ~opposition to movement as a privation 52 2, 45 | one, according to the opposition of good and evil, and thus 53 2, 45 | other, according to the opposition of approach and ~withdrawal, 54 2, 49 | predicaments; as, for instance, ~opposition, priority, posterity, and 55 2, 53 | strange fancies, sometimes in ~opposition to them, arise in his imagination; 56 2, 55 | own kind, even in direct opposition to ~reason, or with some 57 2, 58 | with a certain power of opposition; ~wherefore the Philosopher 58 2, 58 | having a certain right of opposition. Hence Augustine says ~on 59 2, 60 | passions ~are in contrary opposition to one another, such as 60 2, 60 | passions as are thus in opposition to ~one another there must 61 2, 64 | the intellect, are not in opposition to one another, but are 62 2, 64 | contrary, but in ~contradictory opposition to one another, so long 63 2, 67 | Para. 1/5~I answer that, Opposition is of itself the proper 64 2, 67 | to one another, we find opposition of affirmation and ~negation. 65 2, 67 | Now in some things we find opposition in respect of contrary ~ 66 2, 67 | black. In others we find ~opposition in respect of perfection 67 2, 67 | fear is opposed to hope ~by opposition of good and evil, as stated 68 2, 68 | themselves, there is no opposition between them. ~Because the 69 2, 69 | punishments are set down in opposition to the ~beatitudes, Lk. 70 2, 70 | their number?~(4) Of their opposition to the works of the flesh.~ 71 2, 72 | should consist of things in opposition to ~one another. But these 72 2, 73 | same genus. Secondly, ~the opposition of virtue to sin may be 73 2, 73 | This argument considers the opposition which consists in ~restraining 74 2, 77 | Secondly, by way of opposition, because a passion often 75 2, 88 | body, it does not imply ~opposition to venial, nor belong to 76 2, 89 | unwilling to do anything ~in opposition to God. But neither does 77 2, 92 | pleasurable to himself, or in ~opposition to Divine justice; then 78 2, 108 | necessarily in keeping with, or in opposition to ~inward grace consisting 79 2, 108 | and spiritual joy, are in ~opposition to the kingdom of God; and 80 2, 108 | however, a habit be in opposition to nature, man would not ~ 81 2, 111 | division ought to rest on opposition. But to operate and ~to 82 2, 2 | causes. Now an inducement ~in opposition to faith increases the merit 83 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: Whatever is in opposition to faith, whether it consist 84 2, 2 | philosophers or heretics in opposition to faith. On the other ~ 85 2, 10 | unbelief may be taken by way of opposition to ~the faith; in which 86 2, 18 | regard for ~men as being in opposition to God, and thus it is praiseworthy 87 2, 18 | being the principal evil in opposition to ~the good which he loves 88 2, 18 | the Holy Ghost would be in opposition to Himself. Now ~fear is 89 2, 23 | concupiscences, which move him in ~opposition to charity: this concerns 90 2, 24 | since this ~would be in opposition to our charity towards God 91 2, 31 | issue a command in express opposition to this order ~instituted 92 2, 33 | alone, by reason of the ~opposition of the flesh to the spirit, 93 2, 41 | a special ~deformity in opposition to a special virtue.~Aquin.: 94 2, 45 | Therefore solicitude is in opposition to prudence ~rather than 95 2, 51 | vices that are in manifest opposition to virtue, as temerity is ~ 96 2, 51 | likeness to virtue; thus in opposition to prudence ~we have craftiness."~ 97 2, 51 | vices which are in ~evident opposition to prudence, those namely 98 2, 51 | or act of ~reason is in opposition to prudence: for instance, 99 2, 51 | in three ~ways. First, by opposition to the various subjective 100 2, 51 | Thirdly, this may be taken ~by opposition to those things which are 101 2, 62 | by reason ~also of its opposition to justice.~Aquin.: SMT 102 2, 62 | more, and so acts more in opposition to ~charity: secondly, because 103 2, 62 | one, and so acts more in opposition to justice: thirdly, ~because 104 2, 64 | counts. First, because of its opposition to ~justice, which gives 105 2, 65 | to ~deliver judgment in opposition to the truth which is known 106 2, 65 | is alleged and proved in opposition ~to the truth which he knows.~ 107 2, 67 | deliver a man from death in opposition to the order of justice: 108 2, 92 | they set up two gods in opposition ~to one another, and hold 109 2, 98 | simoniacal to buy off the opposition of one's ~rivals, before 110 2, 98 | means of removing unjust opposition, after one has already ~ 111 2, 107 | Simplicity is so called from its opposition to duplicity, ~whereby, 112 2, 108 | derived from its being in ~opposition to the "mind." Consequently 113 2, 108 | accidentally. Hence it is more in opposition to truth, considered as 114 2, 108 | and ~less are in essential opposition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[ 115 2, 109 | 24, x), ~"contrariety is opposition as regards form," i.e. the 116 2, 109 | indirectly. ~Its direct opposition or contrariety is to be 117 2, 109 | Body Para. 2/2~The indirect opposition or contrariety of hypocrisy 118 2, 109 | on that account, a direct opposition to that virtue.~Aquin.: 119 2, 114 | Reply OBJ 2: The direct opposition of virtues to vices depends, 120 2, 116 | riches to do ~anything in opposition to God or his neighbor, 121 2, 117 | stated above (A[1]), the opposition between ~prodigality and 122 2, 125 | daring be accounted a vice in opposition to fortitude.~Aquin.: SMT 123 2, 125 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Opposition between vice and virtue 124 2, 125 | OBJ 2: Just as the direct opposition of a vice does not depend 125 2, 125 | Wherefore neither does the opposition of daring ~depend on this.~ 126 2, 125 | against that which is in opposition to him: and nature inclines ~ 127 2, 127 | which may involve a certain ~opposition to the moderation of reason, 128 2, 128 | accordance with human reason in opposition to the order established 129 2, 130 | Q[127], A[2], ad 2), the opposition of ~vices does not depend 130 2, 131 | Further, the vice that is in opposition to a particular virtue is ~ 131 2, 131 | above ~(Q[132], A[2], ad 3), opposition between vice and virtue 132 2, 136 | ad 1; Q[133], A[2]), that opposition of vices ~to virtues depends, 133 2, 139 | their species, are not in opposition to reason, but are ~subject 134 2, 139 | sensible evil is mostly in opposition to reason, not through being ~ 135 2, 142 | put in juxtaposition their opposition seems greater, so ~that 136 2, 145 | Church are not binding in opposition to Christ's ~teaching. But 137 2, 152 | from different ~modes of opposition to right reason, as stated 138 2, 152 | that is differentiated in opposition to ~it. Therefore since 139 2, 153 | the reason stands firm in opposition to the passions, ~lest it 140 2, 160 | are reckoned by way of ~opposition to the twelve degrees of 141 2, 160 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Opposition between a vice and a virtue 142 2, 173 | things, being placed in opposition to this dread, also pertains ~ 143 2, 178 | struggle arising from the opposition of an ~external thing, hinders 144 2, 180 | wherefore they differ in opposition ~to one another. Therefore 145 2, 183 | of government in direct ~opposition to the appointment of his 146 3, 2 | if things are divided in opposition ~to one another, one is 147 3, 9 | infused species includes no opposition to beatific ~cognition. 148 3, 14 | that He "endured such opposition from sinners against Himself, 149 3, 18 | two natural wills, ~not in opposition, as evil-minded heretics 150 3, 18 | exist only where there is opposition in ~the same and as regards 151 3, 18 | good - in that case the ~opposition of wills would regard the 152 3, 18 | that in Christ there was no opposition or ~contrariety of wills.~ 153 3, 39 | everywhere, though surrounded by ~opposition. And therefore He appeared 154 3, 42 | should have avoided the opposition of the ~Jews?~(3) Whether 155 3, 44 | the sun ~and moon were in opposition, it being the fifteenth 156 3, 44 | return ~supernaturally into opposition with the sun," so as to 157 3, 46 | there is no sadness in opposition to the pleasure which comes 158 3, 47 | destroyed suspicion of opposition" to the Father. Yet because 159 3, 55 | of glory, seem to be in opposition to nature, not absolutely, ~ 160 3, 58 | sitting and standing savor of opposition. But Stephen ~(Acts 7:55) 161 3, 63 | beast" may be ~understood by opposition, to mean either the obstinate 162 3, 67 | an intention which is in opposition to this seems to annul the 163 3, 69 | grace, to which sin is in ~opposition. But many other sins are 164 3, 69 | mortal sin, which is in ~opposition to grace: but not of venial 165 3, 78 | to consecrate." ~But in opposition to this view are the words 166 3, 87 | created good, albeit not in opposition ~to God, as stated in the 167 Suppl, 11| true of things that are in opposition to one ~another: whereas 168 Suppl, 11| man ~knows it, are not in opposition; so that the argument proves 169 Suppl, 51| impediment to ~marriage is in opposition to the good of marriage. 170 Suppl, 65| Further, whoever acts in opposition to the natural law, disobeys ~ 171 Suppl, 71| presumptuous, as being in opposition to the statements of holy ~ 172 Suppl, 72| elemental qualities are in opposition to one ~another, so that 173 Suppl, 72| of action not by way of opposition, but by way of a principle 174 Suppl, 72| principle regulating ~things in opposition to one another and bringing 175 Suppl, 79| of an object placed in ~opposition to a mirror directly opposite 176 Suppl, 81| mover, that results from ~opposition to such a movement by reason


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