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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | are, not different, but diverse. Hence, ~according to the 2 1, 3 | Metaph. x), "things which are diverse are ~absolutely distinct, 3 1, 3 | are by their very being, diverse. Hence it does not follow 4 1, 4 | of ~things are many and diverse. Therefore the perfections 5 1, 4 | sensible things, and many and diverse ~qualities; "a fortiori" 6 1, 4 | things; and thus things diverse and in ~themselves opposed 7 1, 11 | others. But ~things that are diverse do not harmonize in the 8 1, 12 | nor will it arise from the diverse participation of the ~object 9 1, 12 | arise on the part of ~the diverse faculty of the intellect, 10 1, 12 | actually informed by many diverse ideas at the ~same time, 11 1, 12 | whereby they know ~things by diverse ideas given them, the angels 12 1, 13 | for as according to the diverse processions ~of their perfections, 13 1, 13 | different ideas as regards the diverse things denied of ~God, or 14 1, 13 | denied of ~God, or as regards diverse effects connoted. But even 15 1, 13 | AA 1,2) that they have diverse meanings. For the idea signified 16 1, 13 | same, yet it is not totally diverse as in equivocals; but a 17 1, 13 | to opinion. For where a diverse ~signification exists, there 18 1, 14 | proper ratio of many and diverse things. Therefore God has 19 1, 14 | thing according to ~the diverse ways in which diverse creatures 20 1, 14 | the diverse ways in which diverse creatures participate in, 21 1, 14 | about it; or as regards diverse opinions, as ~if we first 22 1, 27 | will and intellect are not diverse in God, ~nevertheless the 23 1, 30 | effected by opposite or diverse forms; and this kind of 24 1, 31 | persons there is nothing diverse, nothing alien, nothing ~ 25 1, 31 | neither a solitary nor a diverse God."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] 26 1, 31 | cannot say that the Son is diverse from the Father, although 27 1, 39 | Various languages have diverse modes of expression. So 28 1, 41 | that, "In them ~nothing diverse or different exists." If 29 1, 43 | Holy Ghost are signified by diverse ~names, so also can They 30 1, 44 | which are diversified by the diverse ~participation of being, 31 1, 45 | differ only according ~to diverse relations (Phys. iii, text 32 1, 45 | motion is withdrawn, only diverse relations remain in the 33 1, 47 | effect is one only, and not diverse.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 34 1, 47 | alone, He produced many and diverse ~creatures, that what was 35 1, 50 | species according to the diverse degrees of intellectual 36 1, 50 | are caused by forms of diverse degrees; for instance, if 37 1, 54 | comes ~about through the diverse participation of the act 38 1, 58 | natures not ~by one, but by diverse species, as is evident from 39 1, 58 | affirmation and negation by diverse species. And ~so it seems 40 1, 58 | of which is drawn from diverse elements, one of which is 41 1, 62 | the mode of vision, ~that diverse terms are fixed beforehand 42 1, 65 | agreement, since things diverse in nature cannot be ~united 43 1, 65 | that by the Divine wisdom diverse grades are constituted in ~ 44 1, 65 | wisdom He is the cause ~of diverse things as known by Him, 45 1, 65 | artificer, by apprehending ~diverse forms, produces diverse 46 1, 65 | diverse forms, produces diverse works of art.~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 67 | effects according to the diverse ~natures of bodies.~Aquin.: 48 1, 75 | participations thereof, are diverse, so that there cannot be 49 1, 76 | both; since from things diverse something ~intelligible 50 1, 76 | intellect, no matter ~how diverse may be all those things 51 1, 39 | Various languages have diverse modes of expression. So 52 1, 41 | that, "In them ~nothing diverse or different exists." If 53 1, 43 | Holy Ghost are signified by diverse ~names, so also can They 54 1, 45 | which are diversified by the diverse ~participation of being, 55 1, 46 | differ only according ~to diverse relations (Phys. iii, text 56 1, 46 | motion is withdrawn, only diverse relations remain in the 57 1, 48 | effect is one only, and not diverse.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 58 1, 48 | alone, He produced many and diverse ~creatures, that what was 59 1, 51 | species according to the diverse degrees of intellectual 60 1, 51 | are caused by forms of diverse degrees; for instance, if 61 1, 55 | comes ~about through the diverse participation of the act 62 1, 59 | natures not ~by one, but by diverse species, as is evident from 63 1, 59 | affirmation and negation by diverse species. And ~so it seems 64 1, 59 | of which is drawn from diverse elements, one of which is 65 1, 63 | the mode of vision, ~that diverse terms are fixed beforehand 66 1, 66 | agreement, since things diverse in nature cannot be ~united 67 1, 66 | that by the Divine wisdom diverse grades are constituted in ~ 68 1, 66 | wisdom He is the cause ~of diverse things as known by Him, 69 1, 66 | artificer, by apprehending ~diverse forms, produces diverse 70 1, 66 | diverse forms, produces diverse works of art.~Aquin.: SMT 71 1, 68 | effects according to the diverse ~natures of bodies.~Aquin.: 72 1, 74 | participations thereof, are diverse, so that there cannot be 73 1, 75 | both; since from things diverse something ~intelligible 74 1, 75 | intellect, no matter ~how diverse may be all those things 75 1, 77 | they must be assigned to diverse powers; since a ~power of 76 1, 77 | corporeal things, reduced to diverse principles; for moist ~things 77 1, 84 | forms of one genus and ~diverse species, just as it is impossible 78 1, 84 | the latter the things are diverse, whereas composition of ~ 79 1, 89 | although all that differ are diverse, yet all ~things that are 80 1, 89 | yet all ~things that are diverse do not differ. For simple 81 1, 89 | differ. For simple things are diverse; yet ~do not differ from 82 1, 117 | argument holds in the case of diverse agents not ~ordered to one 83 2, 1 | species, ~should not be diverse, considered in their moral 84 2, 1 | directed at the ~same time to diverse things, as last ends. Three 85 2, 1 | were it to tend to ~several diverse objects as last ends, as 86 2, 5 | in Joan.) ~signify "the diverse dignities of merits in the 87 2, 5 | itself. Therefore there are diverse degrees of Happiness, and ~ 88 2, 5 | than ~another, by reason of diverse participation of the same 89 2, 17 | another, ~their acts are diverse simply. But when one power 90 2, 35 | contemplation. ~If, however, those diverse objects be contrary to one 91 2, 49 | may be distinguished as diverse species of the one ~subaltern 92 2, 49 | such that it can operate in diverse ~ways, as the soul; it needs 93 2, 50 | but on the part of the ~diverse participation thereof by 94 2, 52 | another, according to a diverse aptitude arising either 95 2, 52 | considered in itself, through the diverse ~participation thereof by 96 2, 54 | and it does not appear how diverse effects can proceed ~from 97 2, 54 | perfections specifically diverse. Now habits are qualities 98 2, 54 | distinct in ~reference to their diverse repugnance to that which 99 2, 60 | habits than ~acts. Hence diverse objects which do not diversify 100 2, 60 | Body Para. 2/6~And because diverse passions belonging to diverse 101 2, 60 | diverse passions belonging to diverse powers, always belong ~to 102 2, 60 | powers, always belong ~to diverse virtues, as stated above ( 103 2, 60 | differ in respect of their ~diverse matter, passions, or objects: 104 2, 61 | above four virtues are not diverse and ~distinct from one another. 105 2, 61 | differentiated in ~respect of their diverse objects.~Aquin.: SMT FS 106 2, 63 | iii, 3) that citizens have diverse virtues according as they ~ 107 2, 63 | they ~are well directed to diverse forms of government. In 108 2, 72 | same specific sin with ~diverse objects: and yet such sins 109 2, 72 | active or ~motive principle, diverse species of sins can proceed: 110 2, 72 | neighbor, and himself ~are diverse. Wherefore this distinction 111 2, 72 | Para. 1/2~OBJ 3: Further, diverse species are assigned to 112 2, 85 | mode, species and order are diverse, their corresponding privations 113 2, 85 | corresponding privations must ~be diverse also, and, consequently, 114 2, 85 | itself, so that according to diverse natural ~temperaments, some 115 2, 86 | which is sin; wherefore diverse sins ~occasion diverse stains. 116 2, 86 | wherefore diverse sins ~occasion diverse stains. It is like a shadow, 117 2, 107 | through being altogether diverse, from the fact that they ~ 118 2, 107 | that they ~are ordained to diverse ends: thus a state-law ordained 119 2, 111 | cooperating, with ~regard to its diverse effects, so also is it divided 120 2, 113 | differently, on account of their diverse natures. Hence He moves 121 2, 4 | agree in believing, be ~diverse from one another, yet they 122 2, 13 | aspects by ~reason of the diverse consideration of those things 123 2, 28 | man may happen to tend to diverse ~things, and this in two 124 2, 28 | First, in respect of the diverse appetitive ~powers: thus 125 2, 28 | appetitive power tends to diverse objects of appetite, which 126 2, 49 | are ordained to action are diverse, nor have ~they the same 127 2, 81 | 3: Among things that are diverse the past precedes the future; ~ 128 2, 87 | should not be ~enumerated as diverse, if one of them includes 129 2, 90 | that which is ~referred to diverse objects, for diverse ends: 130 2, 90 | to diverse objects, for diverse ends: since it is in this ~ 131 2, 93 | thing cannot be a species of diverse genera. Now divination is ~ 132 2, 169 | life, which correspond to diverse purposes ~of operation, 133 2, 169 | by the Divine light are diverse.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 134 2, 181 | diversity which results from ~diverse species of acts, and in 135 2, 181 | progressing, or perfect. For "diverse genera ~have diverse species 136 2, 181 | For "diverse genera ~have diverse species and differences" [* 137 3, 18 | diversity exists as regards ~diverse things, and in diverse subjects, 138 3, 18 | diverse things, and in diverse subjects, this would not 139 3, 35 | and the same cannot be in diverse species. Therefore it seems ~ 140 3, 35 | extremes which ~are altogether diverse. But Christ is said to be 141 3, 35 | who are terms altogether diverse. Therefore ~it seems that 142 3, 35 | various causes ~specifically diverse, it seems that in consequence 143 3, 35 | same disciples in regard to diverse ~doctrines. Sometimes, however, 144 3, 35 | which are ~specifically diverse, inasmuch as the father 145 3, 49 | is one though made up of ~diverse members, so the whole Church, 146 3, 50 | 12), ~things specifically diverse are also numerically diverse. 147 3, 50 | diverse are also numerically diverse. But Christ's ~body, living 148 3, 50 | and dead, was specifically diverse: because the eye or flesh ~ 149 3, 60 | says (Contra Faust. xix), diverse sacraments ~suit different 150 3, 69 | angels according to their diverse ~capacity for natural gifts, 151 3, 75 | Further, when two things are diverse, one never becomes the ~ 152 3, 75 | forms are of themselves diverse, as being the ~principles 153 3, 75 | matters are of themselves ~diverse, as being the principles 154 3, 75 | formal conversion, so that diverse forms succeed each other ~ 155 3, 76 | seen by the same eye under diverse species. But the ~glorified 156 Suppl, 1 | by principles altogether ~diverse cannot be changed, one into 157 Suppl, 2 | 1/2~On the contrary, For diverse diseases there are diverse 158 Suppl, 2 | diverse diseases there are diverse remedies, since ~"what heals 159 Suppl, 37| healing" to ~the exorcist; "diverse kinds of tongues" to the 160 Suppl, 55| There is no reason why diverse relations should not be 161 Suppl, 69| who are in ~hell receive diverse punishments according to


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