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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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absolute

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | it, this cannot apply to absolute being: thus a heated substance 2 1, 3 | whiteness, nevertheless ~absolute heat can have nothing else 3 1, 3 | accidental. Whence as God is absolute ~primal being, there can 4 1, 3 | 1/1~I answer that, The absolute simplicity of God may be 5 1, 3 | itself. And so, since God is absolute form, or rather ~absolute 6 1, 3 | absolute form, or rather ~absolute being, He can be in no way 7 1, 5 | Goodness is a form so far as absolute goodness signifies ~complete 8 1, 6 | does not add to good any absolute thing, ~but only a relation. 9 1, 6 | measure." But as regards absolute things opinions ~differ. 10 1, 6 | and horse which he called absolute man and absolute horse, 11 1, 6 | called absolute man and absolute horse, so ~likewise he laid 12 1, 6 | one," and these ~he called absolute being and absolute oneness; 13 1, 6 | called absolute being and absolute oneness; and by participation 14 1, 6 | one"; and what was thus absolute ~being and absolute one, 15 1, 6 | thus absolute ~being and absolute one, he said was the supreme 16 1, 6 | also; he called God the absolute good, ~from whom all things 17 1, 7 | carpenter requiring a certain absolute multitude; namely, ~art 18 1, 7 | infinite multitude, either absolute or ~accidental. Likewise 19 1, 10 | merely accidental, and not an absolute difference ~because, granted 20 1, 11 | opposite; forasmuch as one is absolute, and the other is relative; 21 1, 11 | i.e. ~actually; or what is absolute being in the genus of substance 22 1, 13 | Para. 2/4~But as regards absolute and affirmative names of 23 1, 13 | the more ~universal and absolute they are, the more properly 24 1, 19 | that He wills something of absolute ~necessity: but this is 25 1, 19 | they exist in God; but no absolute necessity so as to be necessary 26 1, 19 | willingness rather than an absolute will. ~Thus it is clear 27 1, 19 | willing a thing is not by absolute ~necessity, yet it is necessary 28 1, 19 | willed by God that is not absolute, but conditional. For the ~ 29 1, 19 | wills them to have, either absolute ~or conditional. Not all 30 1, 19 | all things, therefore, are absolute necessities.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 23 | understood as implying ~absolute impossibility: but only 32 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The absolute possible is not so called 33 1, 25 | in ~accordance with His absolute power. Of such a kind is 34 1, 25 | do other things by His ~absolute power than those He has 35 1, 28 | essence, which is supremely absolute and self-subsisting ~(Q[ 36 1, 28 | another, but also something absolute, so the same applies to ~ 37 1, 28 | according to that which is ~absolute - namely, essence, wherein 38 1, 28 | conclude this of something ~absolute, if there were such between 39 1, 29 | relation, but ~something absolute. Therefore, if in God it 40 1, 29 | singular, it may be either absolute ~or relative. But this does 41 1, 29 | was used just as any other absolute term. But ~afterwards it 42 1, 30 | 2: Further, Plurality of absolute properties does not make 43 1, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The absolute properties in God, such 44 1, 30 | several ~persons. But the absolute properties in creatures 45 1, 30 | every kind ~of plurality of absolute things, but not plurality 46 1, 30 | Number is twofold, simple or absolute, as two and three and ~four; 47 1, 31 | Trinity" is taken in an absolute sense; for it signifies ~ 48 1, 31 | souls does not take away absolute ~solitude from God; much 49 1, 32 | intellect cannot attain to the absolute simplicity of the divine 50 1, 36 | from each other in any absolute sense; for it would follow 51 1, 36 | is ~spoken of God in an absolute sense, belongs to the unity 52 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 4: Form, in the absolute sense, is wont to be designated 53 1, 40 | OBJ 3: Further, what is absolute comes before what is relative. 54 1, 40 | subsist, nor in anything absolute, but only as regards ~something 55 1, 42 | since dignity is ~something absolute, and pertains to the essence. 56 1, 45 | other ~effects, and that is absolute being. Hence nothing else 57 1, 48 | whether it be being in absolute potentiality, as ~primary 58 1, 48 | relative ~potentiality, and absolute actuality, as in the case 59 1, 48 | possessed, it follows that the ~absolute good of man consists in 60 1, 62 | grace is bestowed of ~God's absolute will. Therefore the degree 61 1, 75 | intellectual soul itself is an absolute form, and not ~something 62 1, 75 | the intelligence receives absolute forms. Hence the existence 63 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 4: Form, in the absolute sense, is wont to be designated 64 1, 40 | OBJ 3: Further, what is absolute comes before what is relative. 65 1, 40 | subsist, nor in anything absolute, but only as regards ~something 66 1, 42 | since dignity is ~something absolute, and pertains to the essence. 67 1, 46 | other ~effects, and that is absolute being. Hence nothing else 68 1, 49 | whether it be being in absolute potentiality, as ~primary 69 1, 49 | relative ~potentiality, and absolute actuality, as in the case 70 1, 49 | possessed, it follows that the ~absolute good of man consists in 71 1, 63 | grace is bestowed of ~God's absolute will. Therefore the degree 72 1, 74 | intellectual soul itself is an absolute form, and not ~something 73 1, 74 | the intelligence receives absolute forms. Hence the existence 74 1, 81 | And this is "natural" and "absolute ~necessity." In another 75 1, 81 | is ~more simple and more absolute than the object of the will; 76 1, 81 | signifies something more absolute, and extends to the ~idea 77 1, 84 | Secondly, by way ~of simple and absolute consideration; thus we understand 78 1, 84 | appetible object. But in the absolute consideration of the quiddity ~ 79 1, 87 | gives it a ~perfect and absolute knowledge of them.~Aquin.: 80 1, 94 | degree is of two kinds, absolute ~and proportional. The widow 81 1, 94 | manner, if we ~consider the absolute degree of the work done; 82 1, 109 | whereas immaterial forms are ~absolute and intelligible. Therefore, 83 1, 109 | called "miracles" ~not in an absolute sense, but in reference 84 1, 114 | that separate forms are absolute and ~as it were universal; 85 1, 115 | unchangeableness, not of absolute but of conditional necessity. 86 2, 11 | therein." But its rest is not absolute save in ~the possession 87 2, 12 | as intention does, but absolute repose in the end.~Aquin.: 88 2, 14 | bear on matters much more absolute and simple, so that one 89 2, 16 | 1: To enjoy implies the absolute movement of the appetite 90 2, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the absolute precedes the relative. Therefore 91 2, 16 | essentially relative is after the absolute; but the ~thing to which 92 2, 18 | Evil implies privation, not absolute, but affecting some ~potentiality. 93 2, 18 | as it is something more absolute ~and less contracted. Wherefore 94 2, 25 | concupiscible passions regard the absolute good, ~while the irascible 95 2, 25 | good. Since, therefore, the absolute good precedes the restricted 96 2, 30 | as suitable, either by ~absolute apprehension, whence arise 97 2, 35 | things are specified by absolute forms, ~e.g. substances 98 2, 35 | things that are specified by absolute forms, it happens that species ~ 99 2, 64 | For if we ~look at the absolute quantity of the respective 100 2, 66 | This equality is not one of absolute quantity, but of ~proportion: 101 2, 99 | are ~expressed by way of absolute command or prohibition, 102 2, 99 | or forbidden, not as an absolute duty, but as ~something 103 2, 105 | only of ~gratuitous and absolute donations, but also of mutual 104 2, 105 | Para. 3/3~The punishment of absolute exile was not prescribed 105 2, 113 | two ways: ~first, in an absolute quantity, and thus the gift 106 2, 114 | equal; but where there is no absolute equality between them, ~ 107 2, 114 | them, ~neither is there absolute justice, but there may be 108 2, 114 | there can be no justice of absolute equality between man and ~ 109 2, 9 | or argumentative, but ~absolute and simple, to which that 110 2, 41 | understood to convey, not the absolute, but the conditional necessity ~ 111 2, 53 | corresponding to prudence in its absolute signification, so that a 112 2, 79 | equality," I do not mean absolute ~equality, because it is 113 2, 79 | since it does not render an absolute equal to God. ~Therefore 114 2, 86 | whole Church, he exercises absolute power of dispensing ~from 115 2, 87 | whole Church; and even of absolute relaxation, for this too 116 2, 90 | of excess, in respect of absolute ~quantity, but it does admit 117 2, 91 | First, with ~regard to absolute quantity, and in this way 118 2, 91 | considers excess by way of absolute quantity.~ 119 2, 101 | different aspects. For God has absolute and paramount ~lordship 120 2, 116 | possessions whereof we are absolute masters, ~is applied to 121 2, 161 | twofold. One is a likeness of absolute ~equality [*Cf. FP, Q[93], 122 2, 166 | allow children to enjoy absolute freedom in their games, 123 2, 178 | things; the fourth is the ~absolute consideration of the intelligible 124 2, 182 | threefold perfection. One is absolute, ~and answers to a totality 125 2, 182 | perfection answers to an absolute totality on the part of 126 2, 185 | down as follows: "It is our absolute and ~peremptory command 127 2, 186 | with respect to the end is absolute, since the end is ~sought 128 2, 187 | understood as ~referring to absolute violence. But the compulsion 129 2, 187 | obligation of a vow is not absolute necessity, but a necessity 130 3, 2 | thereby we should not have an absolute unity, but relative only, 131 3, 16 | man" is not relative, ~but absolute. Hence, if it is predicated 132 3, 18 | wished the passion. For the ~absolute will of Christ wished the 133 3, 21 | called a "velleity" ~than an absolute will; because one would 134 3, 21 | to will. Wherefore every absolute will of Christ, even human, ~ 135 3, 26 | ascribed the privilege as being absolute ~and not one of preservation 136 3, 28 | believed to have taken an absolute vow of virginity, before 137 3, 28 | to God, she made the vow absolute, before the angel's ~Annunciation.~ 138 3, 46 | sadness, the greatest in absolute quantity, yet not ~exceeding 139 3, 72 | Baptism is the sacrament of absolute necessity; and so its ~matter 140 3, 88 | pardon of sins takes its absolute quantity ~from the quantity 141 3, 88 | ingratitude does not take its absolute quantity from the measure 142 Suppl, 37| Hier. iii). For some are ~absolute unbelievers and unwilling 143 Suppl, 43| marriage should be free and absolute. But a betrothal is ~sometimes 144 Suppl, 47| twofold. One is the cause of ~absolute necessity, and violence 145 Suppl, 47| takes ~violence to mean absolute compulsion, for which reason 146 Suppl, 65| the binding force of an absolute commandment, ~except when 147 Suppl, 72| say that this power is an absolute quality, such as ~heat in 148 Suppl, 94| seem that they are not in absolute darkness.~Aquin.: SMT XP 149 Appen1, 2| two ways. First, by an ~absolute act of the will; and thus


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