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individualized 22
individualizing 6
individually 26
individuals 149
individuated 9
individuating 18
individuation 18
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149 expression
149 humanity
149 imperfection
149 individuals
149 presumption
149 sensuality
149 whiteness
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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individuals

    Part, Question
1 1, 6 | of all ~things, and that individuals were denominated by them 2 1, 13 | similitude, as was said of individuals. Forasmuch as we are unable 3 1, 14 | go on for ever, so that individuals be infinitely multiplied; 4 1, 15 | the species, and produces individuals only that in them ~the species 5 1, 15 | merely to species; but to individuals as will be shown later ( 6 1, 19 | applying to every class of ~individuals, not to every individual 7 1, 22 | providence, which is over the individuals of ~all that can be generated 8 1, 23 | however these or those individuals. But this destroys the certainty 9 1, 23 | and how ~many species. Individuals, however, which undergo 10 1, 23 | knows the total number of individuals, the ~number of oxen, flies 11 1, 29 | is reasonable that the ~individuals of the genus substance should 12 1, 29 | singulars. Therefore ~also the individuals of the rational nature have 13 1, 29 | species only subsist; whereas individuals are not only subsistent, 14 1, 30 | division from each of the individuals which compose the multitude. 15 1, 39 | nature, ~it follows that individuals are called "subjects," " 16 1, 40 | manifest the ~distinctions of individuals, which distinctions are 17 1, 47 | corruptible there are many individuals of ~one species for the 18 1, 50 | in ~the angels than for individuals to be multiplied in the 19 1, 50 | for the ~multiplying of individuals in one species.~Aquin.: 20 1, 52 | be objected that several individuals may row a boat, since no 21 1, 57 | world; since acts belong to individuals: and this is ~against the 22 1, 73 | occasionally from the connection of individuals belonging to different ~ 23 1, 75 | the substance of all ~the individuals contained under a given 24 1, 75 | be received into ~it as individuals, and so it would only know 25 1, 76 | universal objects, but only of individuals, like the senses. Therefore ~ 26 1, 76 | individual, and so is yours; for individuals are things ~which differ 27 1, 76 | of particular causes ~to individuals. But it is impossible that 28 1, 76 | should belong to several individuals.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 29 1, 76 | impossible for many distinct individuals to have one form, as it 30 1, 39 | nature, ~it follows that individuals are called "subjects," " 31 1, 40 | manifest the ~distinctions of individuals, which distinctions are 32 1, 48 | corruptible there are many individuals of ~one species for the 33 1, 51 | in ~the angels than for individuals to be multiplied in the 34 1, 51 | for the ~multiplying of individuals in one species.~Aquin.: 35 1, 53 | be objected that several individuals may row a boat, since no 36 1, 58 | world; since acts belong to individuals: and this is ~against the 37 1, 72 | occasionally from the connection of individuals belonging to different ~ 38 1, 74 | the substance of all ~the individuals contained under a given 39 1, 74 | be received into ~it as individuals, and so it would only know 40 1, 75 | universal objects, but only of individuals, like the senses. Therefore ~ 41 1, 75 | individual, and so is yours; for individuals are things ~which differ 42 1, 75 | of particular causes ~to individuals. But it is impossible that 43 1, 75 | should belong to several individuals.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 44 1, 75 | impossible for many distinct individuals to have one form, as it 45 1, 78 | was ~formed, in order that individuals might be naturally established 46 1, 83 | are natures existing in individuals. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 47 1, 84 | since they are images of ~individuals, and exist in corporeal 48 1, 84 | as universal is only in individuals; but that it ~is understood, 49 1, 84 | difference: for different individuals have different forms, diversified ~ 50 1, 85 | to an ~infinite number of individuals.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 51 1, 88 | Whether it understands individuals and singulars?~(5) Whether 52 1, 88 | confined to those ~species or individuals to which the soul has some 53 1, 92 | is shared among different individuals in a greater ~or lesser 54 1, 93 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, individuals of the same species have 55 1, 97 | individual; wherefore even the ~individuals are included in the chief 56 1, 97 | fitting that the multitude of individuals should be the direct purpose ~ 57 1, 102 | consists in knowing the ~individuals acted upon; as the best 58 1, 107 | should not be appropriated to individuals. ~Therefore the orders of 59 1, 117 | universe, as to the number of individuals, but not as to the number 60 2, 1 | action. But actions are of ~individuals. Now although men agree 61 2, 1 | in things pertaining to individuals. Therefore all men have 62 2, 1 | Although actions are of individuals, yet their first ~principle 63 2, 5 | He instituted the first individuals of the various species, 64 2, 17 | In like manner also many ~individuals that are one in genus or 65 2, 29 | and actions proceed from individuals. For this reason the ~Philosopher 66 2, 39 | actions ~are concerned about individuals - that which is good on 67 2, 46 | actions are the deeds of ~individuals: and consequently anger 68 2, 53 | might be predicated of its individuals more or less. And if it ~ 69 2, 71 | in the ~greater number of individuals possessed of that nature. 70 2, 96 | community in one respect, and individuals in ~another. These are called " 71 2, 97 | community; wherefore private individuals ~cannot make laws. But custom 72 2, 97 | grows by the acts of private individuals. ~Therefore custom cannot 73 2, 97 | denotes a measuring out ~to individuals of some common goods: thus 74 2, 99 | calamities. But certain individuals, ~although they observed 75 2, 102 | or also for the sins of ~individuals; not that those carnal sacrifices 76 2, 102 | offered for the sins of individuals: ~but since some were neglectful 77 2, 105 | by the will of ~private individuals. And since whatever is subject 78 2, 105 | themselves were ~divided among individuals: for it is written (Num. 79 2, 1 | was intended ~for private individuals, who have no business to 80 2, 24 | to the good belonging to individuals. Consequently we love all ~ 81 2, 37 | particular unity of several individuals among ~themselves is subordinate 82 2, 39 | denotes fighting between ~individuals]~We must now consider strife, 83 2, 39 | seems to be a war between individuals. But war is ~not always 84 2, 40 | of discord, not between individuals, but between the parts ~ 85 2, 48 | political, ~and deals with individuals."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[50] A[ 86 2, 48 | directed to the profit of ~individuals, whereas the business of 87 2, 55 | agreement between private individuals; secondly, ~by public agreement, 88 2, 55 | the ~distinction between individuals being presupposed: for if 89 2, 56 | regards his relation with individuals, secondly as regards his 90 2, 56 | in his relations to other individuals.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 91 2, 59 | distributed among a number of ~individuals each one receives that which, 92 2, 59 | matters ~which concern private individuals: whereas on the contrary 93 2, 59 | common good to particular individuals by ~way of distribution.~ 94 2, 59 | the common property to ~individuals, and be the subject of commutation 95 2, 62 | it is ~lawful for private individuals to kill a sinner.~Aquin.: 96 2, 62 | of praise if even private individuals kill evil-doers.~Aquin.: 97 2, 62 | they alone, and not private individuals, can ~lawfully put evildoers 98 2, 99 | extends to particular human individuals?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 99 2, 99 | extend to particular human ~individuals. For Augustine says (De 100 2, 99 | definitely to certain ~human individuals.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 101 2, 101 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Private individuals are sometimes honored by 102 2, 162 | was the sin of particular ~individuals: whereas death affects the 103 2, 162 | not only as particular ~individuals, but also as principles 104 2, 186 | then religious are private ~individuals, it would seem unlawful 105 2, 186 | only as regards private ~individuals, but also as regards the 106 3, 2 | according as it is in all individuals. Now the Son of God did 107 3, 2 | nature as it is ~in all the individuals of the same species, otherwise 108 3, 4 | nature ~abstracted from all individuals? ~(5) Whether it was becoming 109 3, 4 | human nature in all ~its individuals?~(6) Whether it was becoming 110 3, 4 | nature abstracted from ~all individuals?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[4] 111 3, 4 | nature abstracted from all individuals. For the assumption of human ~ 112 3, 4 | But nature as it is in individuals withdraws from its ~universality. 113 3, 4 | it is abstracted from all individuals.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[4] 114 3, 4 | nature abstracted from its individuals. Therefore ~the Son of God 115 3, 4 | human nature as it is in individuals, as is ~plain from what 116 3, 4 | as it is separated from individuals.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[4] 117 3, 4 | separated or abstracted from individuals is ~"taken to be a pure 118 3, 4 | as it is separated from individuals.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[4] 119 3, 4 | the being which it has in individuals, may be taken in two ways: 120 3, 4 | nature ~separated from the individuals, but by a community of cause, 121 3, 4 | assumed human nature in all ~individuals?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[5] 122 3, 4 | assumed human ~nature in all individuals. For what is assumed first 123 3, 23 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: All human individuals are not of one individual 124 3, 31 | some other line of private individuals.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 125 3, 42 | preferred to the ~peace of any individuals whatsoever. Consequently, 126 3, 49 | from the personal sins of individuals, who share in His ~Passion 127 3, 55 | or only to some special individuals?~(2) Whether it was fitting 128 3, 77 | human affairs, to ~some individuals some things are granted 129 3, 77 | of ~themselves, are also individuals of themselves. Secondly, 130 3, 80 | debility, and hence some individuals suffer seminal ~loss without 131 Suppl, 20| being limited ~to certain individuals. Therefore he who limited 132 Suppl, 22| generally speaking, to individuals. Wherefore individual members 133 Suppl, 25| distributed to the various individuals according to the judgment 134 Suppl, 37| instance the prayers of ~individuals, vows, and so forth: such 135 Suppl, 41| various offices by various individuals. Accordingly, since the 136 Suppl, 41| of temperament of various individuals. And ~it is owing to this 137 Suppl, 50| from the conditions of ~individuals. But such like conditions 138 Suppl, 60| punishment not ~to private individuals, but to public persons, 139 Suppl, 72| marks the nature of the individuals contained under it." Now ~ 140 Suppl, 72| things that are found in all ~individuals and are caused by the principles 141 Suppl, 74| it does not follow that ~individuals correspond to individuals: 142 Suppl, 74| individuals correspond to individuals: especially since all the 143 Suppl, 77| as regards the number of individuals and as regards the due quantity ~ 144 Suppl, 77| human ~nature in all its individuals. Hence this opinion asserts 145 Suppl, 78| already have the number of ~individuals preordained by God, since 146 Suppl, 80| the distinction between individuals, it follows that, as ~Boethius 147 Suppl, 80| that this distinction of individuals requires ~this difference 148 Suppl, 89| diversified in various ~individuals, except as united to various 149 Suppl, 96| regards the genera and not the individuals: so that the statement applies ~


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