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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | example, man, ass, stone agree in the one precise formality 2 1, 3 | because all in one genus agree in the quiddity or essence ~ 3 1, 4 | those things as like which agree in form. ~But nothing can 4 1, 4 | in form. ~But nothing can agree with God in form; for, save 5 1, 6 | an agent ~which does not agree with its effects either 6 1, 7 | nature of anything, can agree ~with it. Now to be infinite 7 1, 7 | to matter, and ~does not agree with the totality of magnitude; 8 1, 10 | their nature, still they agree in having a changeless being, ~ 9 1, 13 | some univocal agents which agree with their ~effects in name 10 1, 19 | are ~false. But if they do agree, they are superfluous. No 11 1, 28 | the source ~of procession, agree in the same order; and then 12 1, 29 | definitions, nevertheless they agree univocally in ~animal, because 13 1, 32 | and the Holy Ghost do not agree in one special mode ~of 14 1, 32 | as the Father and the Son agree in ~one special mode of 15 1, 39 | be of one ~nature which agree in some action, as all things 16 1, 40 | So, as the three persons agree in the unity of essence, 17 1, 40 | Whence, since the persons agree in essence, it only remains 18 1, 49 | But ~since all contraries agree in something common, it 19 1, 49 | Reply OBJ 1: Contraries agree in one genus, and they also 20 1, 49 | one genus, and they also agree in the ~nature of being; 21 1, 50 | genus,' all things which agree in ~what is noblest in them, 22 1, 50 | what is noblest in them, agree likewise in their ultimate 23 1, 50 | species. But all angels ~agree in what is noblest in them - 24 1, 50 | impossible. For such things as agree in species but differ ~in 25 1, 50 | species but differ ~in number, agree in form, but are distinguished 26 1, 58 | together, according as they agree in one point of comparison. ~ 27 1, 61 | while the angels ~do not agree with them in matter. Consequently 28 1, 63 | subscribes, he does not agree with those Manichean ~heretics 29 1, 63 | order. This opinion seems to agree with the view of the ~Platonists, 30 1, 64 | conformity of will, they do agree, ~nevertheless, by their 31 1, 65 | For, if things that differ agree in some point, there must 32 1, 66 | analogy, in so far as they agree in the character of ~potentiality.~ 33 1, 66 | also of Basil; all of whom agree in one respect, ~namely, 34 1, 70 | the heavenly luminaries ~agree with others that conduce 35 1, 74 | production. For the other writers agree with him that in the first ~ 36 1, 74 | form of the ~elements, and agree with him also that in the 37 1, 75 | Therefore the soul and the angel agree in the ultimate specific ~ 38 1, 76 | which differ in number but agree in one species. Now whatever 39 1, 77 | the accidental form partly agree and ~partly differ. They 40 1, 77 | and ~partly differ. They agree in this, that each is an 41 1, 39 | be of one ~nature which agree in some action, as all things 42 1, 40 | So, as the three persons agree in the unity of essence, 43 1, 40 | Whence, since the persons agree in essence, it only remains 44 1, 50 | But ~since all contraries agree in something common, it 45 1, 50 | Reply OBJ 1: Contraries agree in one genus, and they also 46 1, 50 | one genus, and they also agree in the ~nature of being; 47 1, 51 | genus,' all things which agree in ~what is noblest in them, 48 1, 51 | what is noblest in them, agree likewise in their ultimate 49 1, 51 | species. But all angels ~agree in what is noblest in them - 50 1, 51 | impossible. For such things as agree in species but differ ~in 51 1, 51 | species but differ ~in number, agree in form, but are distinguished 52 1, 59 | together, according as they agree in one point of comparison. ~ 53 1, 62 | while the angels ~do not agree with them in matter. Consequently 54 1, 64 | subscribes, he does not agree with those Manichean ~heretics 55 1, 64 | order. This opinion seems to agree with the view of the ~Platonists, 56 1, 65 | conformity of will, they do agree, ~nevertheless, by their 57 1, 66 | For, if things that differ agree in some point, there must 58 1, 67 | analogy, in so far as they agree in the character of ~potentiality.~ 59 1, 67 | also of Basil; all of whom agree in one respect, ~namely, 60 1, 71 | the heavenly luminaries ~agree with others that conduce 61 1, 73 | production. For the other writers agree with him that in the first ~ 62 1, 73 | form of the ~elements, and agree with him also that in the 63 1, 74 | Therefore the soul and the angel agree in the ultimate specific ~ 64 1, 75 | which differ in number but agree in one species. Now whatever 65 1, 76 | the accidental form partly agree and ~partly differ. They 66 1, 76 | and ~partly differ. They agree in this, that each is an 67 1, 77 | all those contrarieties ~agree, each in some proximate 68 1, 78 | OBJ 3: Further, all men agree in the first intellectual 69 1, 78 | intellect. Therefore all agree in one ~active intellect.~ 70 1, 78 | proper genera, nevertheless agree in the common aspect ~of 71 1, 87 | substances, for they do not agree in power or in ~matter; 72 1, 90 | element; ~which does not agree with the equability and 73 1, 102 | God. But created things agree not together, and act ~against 74 1, 102 | Although contraries do not agree with each other in their ~ 75 1, 102 | ends, nevertheless they agree in the ultimate end, so 76 1, 107 | action." But all the angels agree in one order ~towards God, 77 1, 107 | of grace, just as they agree also in the participation 78 1, 107 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii), who agree as regards ~all except the " 79 2, 1 | individuals. Now although men agree in their specific nature, 80 2, 1 | Trin. xiii, 3) that all men agree in ~desiring the last end, 81 2, 1 | aspect ~of last end, all agree in desiring the last end: 82 2, 30 | nature: and in ~these all men agree; wherefore the Philosopher ( 83 2, 32 | another, inasmuch as they agree in hating one and ~the same 84 2, 35 | pleasure." Now that which all ~agree in doing, seems to be natural. 85 2, 35 | Interior and exterior pain agree in one point and differ ~ 86 2, 35 | and differ ~in two. They agree in this, that each is a 87 2, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: Sorrow and fear agree in one point, since each 88 2, 46 | Further, anger and hatred agree in their effect, since each ~ 89 2, 54 | in so far as ~contraries agree in one common aspect. Never, 90 2, 60 | that are about operations agree in ~one general notion of 91 2, 86 | privation. Because all sins agree on the part of aversion 92 2, 89 | Reply OBJ 1: Man does indeed agree with the angels in the mind 93 2, 102 | OBJ 11: Further, all sins agree in turning us from God. 94 2, 105 | but three or more, ~should agree to tell a lie. Therefore 95 2, 105 | two or three ~witnesses to agree to a falsehood, yet it is 96 2, 4 | things believed, which all agree in believing, be ~diverse 97 2, 12 | which does not seem ~to agree with what has been said ( 98 2, 24 | and horrible; nor do they agree ~with themselves, on account 99 2, 28 | wills of various hearts agree together in consenting to 100 2, 28 | ix, 6) friends need not ~agree in opinion, but only upon 101 2, 28 | the good about which they ~agree, while the other thinks 102 2, 55 | right. For all men do not agree save in that which is natural 103 2, 55 | natural to ~them. Now all men agree in the right of nations; 104 2, 59 | and commutative justice agree: but in one we find equality ~ 105 2, 62 | Ep. xlvii): "I do not ~agree with the opinion that one 106 2, 65 | of ~which is when parties agree to a settlement by arbitrators. 107 2, 66 | was said, they will not agree ~in repeating them, even 108 2, 68 | evidence to be credible it must agree. But ~frequently the evidence 109 2, 68 | triple voucher when ~two agree with the prosecutor: hence 110 2, 72 | tale-bearer and the backbiter agree in matter, and ~also in 111 2, 73 | Laughing to scorn and derision agree as to the end but ~differ 112 2, 78 | Faithfulness whereby a man's acts agree with his words" ~[*Cicero, 113 2, 90 | shall consider those which agree with religion in giving 114 2, 93 | persons who, being unable to agree upon the division of ~something 115 2, 93 | ministers of God do not agree as to which of them is to 116 2, 98 | although ~it is unlawful to agree to give or receive something 117 2, 98 | unless subsequently he agree to the transaction, ~by 118 2, 119 | goodness and ~benignity seem to agree with piety rather than mildness, 119 2, 130 | give up his own will, and agree with ~others. Thirdly, as 120 2, 132 | fortitude, since it does not agree with ~this virtue in the 121 2, 132 | that the secondary ~virtue agree with the principal, and 122 2, 132 | Although magnificence does not agree with fortitude in ~matter, 123 2, 135 | Perseverance and constancy agree as to end, since it ~belongs 124 2, 141 | matter, but because they agree as to the mode of ~restraint 125 2, 151 | daughters of a capital vice to agree with ~it in matter (cf. 126 2, 155 | Now meekness and clemency agree with ~temperance in mode, 127 2, 155 | stated above, though they agree not in matter.~Aquin.: SMT 128 2, 155 | Reply OBJ 3: Mercy and piety agree indeed with meekness and 129 2, 159 | humility and magnanimity agree as to matter, they ~differ 130 2, 166 | them, so that they do not ~agree with one's inward disposition. 131 2, 182 | not at that in which they agree, but at that wherein they 132 2, 182 | in state and office, but agree in order, such as religious ~ 133 2, 186 | 2: Further, things which agree in essentials differ only ~ 134 3, 8 | their ~souls; wherein men agree with angels in generic nature, 135 3, 8 | personal and the capital grace agree in the essence of the ~habit; 136 3, 8 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: All sins agree in aversion from God, although 137 3, 16 | The three Divine Persons agree in one Nature, and are ~ 138 3, 16 | nature. But because they agree in ~suppositum, they are 139 3, 18 | the wills even of friends agree, ~inasmuch as reason considers 140 3, 31 | Christ's genealogy do not agree.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 141 3, 55 | Resurrection do not seem to agree.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 142 3, 77 | confession of Berengarius: "I agree with the Holy Catholic Church, 143 Suppl, 1 | so ~is attrition. Now all agree in saying that attrition 144 Suppl, 2 | God. Now all mortal sins agree in turning us ~away from 145 Suppl, 2 | Although all mortal sins agree in turning man away from ~ 146 Suppl, 3 | God. But all mortal sins agree in turning us away from 147 Suppl, 6 | effective his words must agree with ~his thoughts, so that 148 Suppl, 7 | thus his lips and heart agree. For ~if a man professes 149 Suppl, 9 | confession that the word should agree ~with the thought for the 150 Suppl, 17| But this does not seem to agree with the words of the Gospel, 151 Suppl, 18| the ~sacrament of Penance agree somewhat in their effect, 152 Suppl, 43| But this ~does not seem to agree with the example quoted 153 Suppl, 53| 1/1~I answer that, All agree that as a solemn vow is 154 Suppl, 54| said that blood relations ~agree not only in the specific 155 Suppl, 69| cannot be ~said that they agree with certain bodies, and 156 Suppl, 70| only those things that agree in matter are active and ~ 157 Suppl, 70| and corporeal fire do ~not agree in matter, since there is 158 Suppl, 72| person, and ~consequently to agree with the error either of 159 Suppl, 74| differ from the head and agree with one another. ~Hence 160 Suppl, 76| has been dissolved do not agree with the human body ~dissolved 161 Suppl, 76| any other ~elemental parts agree with that same body. But 162 Suppl, 77| also these two ~opinions agree.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 163 Suppl, 77| But these two opinions agree in that they both state 164 Suppl, 78| other accidents ought to agree. Therefore since all ~men 165 Suppl, 88| terminate in rest. Hence we must agree with others who say that ~ 166 Suppl, 88| the lower bodies do ~not agree with the heavenly bodies 167 Suppl, 92| perfect ~marriage should agree in specific nature. Hence 168 Suppl, 92| 1/3~I answer that, All agree in reckoning three dowries 169 Suppl, 94| essentially, ~since they agree not even in genus, according


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