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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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distinguish

    Part, Question
1 1, 18 | manifest. We must, therefore, distinguish ~living from lifeless things, 2 1, 36 | Now the relations cannot distinguish ~the persons except forasmuch 3 1, 39 | opposition between them they ~distinguish the "supposita"; and yet 4 1, 40 | 2) Whether the relations distinguish and constitute the persons?~( 5 1, 40 | properties determine and distinguish the ~persons, but not the 6 1, 40 | relations or the properties distinguish or constitute the hypostases 7 1, 40 | because the relations ~distinguish and constitute the hypostases, 8 1, 40 | that the properties do not ~distinguish and constitute the hypostases 9 1, 40 | suppose that ~the relations distinguish and constitute the divine 10 1, 42 | both the relations which distinguish the ~persons, and the unity 11 1, 45 | from not knowing how to ~distinguish between potentiality and 12 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 4: God did not distinguish between the angels before 13 1, 66 | the different forms that ~distinguish it. For this would be to 14 1, 66 | which the other forms that ~distinguish bodies from each other supervene, 15 1, 68 | species need nothing else to ~distinguish them. If then, these waters 16 1, 70 | years," that is, in order to distinguish them.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] 17 1, 75 | philosophers omitted to distinguish between actuality and potentiality; 18 1, 76 | it would be possible to distinguish my intellectual action form ~ 19 1, 76 | thereof, it is necessary to distinguish. If we ~mean quantitative 20 1, 39 | opposition between them they ~distinguish the "supposita"; and yet 21 1, 40 | 2) Whether the relations distinguish and constitute the persons?~( 22 1, 40 | properties determine and distinguish the ~persons, but not the 23 1, 40 | relations or the properties distinguish or constitute the hypostases 24 1, 40 | first, because the relations distinguish and constitute the hypostases, 25 1, 40 | that the properties do not ~distinguish and constitute the hypostases 26 1, 40 | suppose that ~the relations distinguish and constitute the divine 27 1, 42 | both the relations which distinguish the ~persons, and the unity 28 1, 46 | from not knowing how to ~distinguish between potentiality and 29 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 4: God did not distinguish between the angels before 30 1, 67 | the different forms that ~distinguish it. For this would be to 31 1, 67 | which the other forms that ~distinguish bodies from each other supervene, 32 1, 69 | species need nothing else to ~distinguish them. If then, these waters 33 1, 71 | years," that is, in order to distinguish them.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] 34 1, 74 | philosophers omitted to distinguish between actuality and potentiality; 35 1, 75 | it would be possible to distinguish my intellectual action form ~ 36 1, 75 | thereof, it is necessary to distinguish. If we ~mean quantitative 37 1, 77 | Therefore we should not distinguish the nutritive power ~from 38 1, 77 | would seem inaccurate to distinguish five exterior senses. But ~ 39 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Whether we should distinguish irascible and concupiscible 40 1, 81 | would seem that we ought to distinguish irascible and ~concupiscible 41 1, 81 | part." Therefore we ~should distinguish irascible and concupiscible 42 1, 82 | therefore there is no need to distinguish in the will an active and 43 1, 83 | early philosophers did not distinguish between intellect and sense, 44 1, 84 | regards time, for a child ~can distinguish man from not man before 45 1, 84 | men fathers, and later on ~distinguish each one from the others" ( 46 1, 84 | individual. And thus ~we must distinguish two orders of nature: one, 47 1, 84 | man before we know how to distinguish all that ~belongs to human 48 1, 107 | In ~the same manner we distinguish three angelic hierarchies. 49 1, 107 | anything perfectly, is able to distinguish ~its acts, powers, and nature, 50 1, 107 | imperfect manner can only distinguish it in a ~general way, and 51 1, 107 | things imperfectly, can distinguish their orders in a general ~ 52 1, 107 | things perfectly, is able to distinguish different orders ~in the 53 1, 107 | vi). Hence we can only distinguish the angelic offices and 54 2, 25 | Hence it is customary ~to distinguish these four passions in relation 55 2, 27 | whose function it is to distinguish things which in reality 56 2, 31 | because ~it helps us to distinguish many things," as is stated 57 2, 49 | difficult to change," does not ~distinguish habit from the other species 58 2, 57 | would seem unfitting to distinguish three virtues of the ~speculative 59 2, 57 | liberal" arts, in order to distinguish them from those ~arts that 60 2, 59 | as the Peripatetics did, distinguish the passions from the other ~ 61 2, 61 | involved by any operations. To ~distinguish these four virtues in this 62 2, 65 | Q[61], ~AA[3],4), some distinguish them according to certain 63 2, 70 | other ways in which holy men distinguish ~three evangelical fruits 64 2, 75 | part of the act. Now we may distinguish a twofold ~internal cause 65 2, 99 | Para. 2/2~We must therefore distinguish three kinds of precept in 66 2, 100 | 1~Whether it is right to distinguish other moral precepts of 67 2, 100 | seem that it is wrong to distinguish other moral ~precepts of 68 2, 100 | therefore unbecoming to distinguish other ~moral precepts in 69 2, 102 | of a leprous body one may distinguish the healthy parts ~from 70 2, 102 | you." But the Law did not distinguish any herbs ~from the rest 71 2, 104 | these four orders we may distinguish different kinds of judicial 72 2, 107 | Further, the Apostle seems to distinguish both laws by calling ~the 73 2, 1 | it seems superfluous to ~distinguish certain articles of faith.~ 74 2, 1 | same aspect, we are not to distinguish various ~articles. Thus 75 2, 1 | Para. 4/4~Some, however, distinguish twelve articles, six pertaining 76 2, 1 | it ~in this way, we may distinguish three articles about the 77 2, 1 | expunged by Nicolai) to distinguish ~it from the other council, 78 2, 2 | it seems unreasonable to distinguish it from certain other acts ~ 79 2, 4 | describe it as "evidence," we distinguish it ~from opinion, suspicion, 80 2, 4 | things that appear ~not," we distinguish it from science and understanding, 81 2, 4 | things to be hoped for," we distinguish the virtue of faith from 82 2, 8 | perfects a ~power, we may distinguish a double fruit: one, belonging 83 2, 10 | seems that one ought to distinguish ~according to the various 84 2, 13 | Whether it is fitting to distinguish six kinds of sin against 85 2, 13 | would seem unfitting to distinguish six kinds of sin against ~ 86 2, 23 | would seem unfitting to distinguish three degrees of charity, ~ 87 2, 23 | Therefore we ought not to distinguish between charity as progressing 88 2, 23 | of reason, after which we distinguish ~another state of man wherein 89 2, 44 | as the taste is quick to distinguish between savors ~of meats, 90 2, 51 | prudence, ~for just as we distinguish the prudence that guides 91 2, 51 | 50], A[7]~), so also we distinguish various kinds of imprudence. 92 2, 53 | 47], A[2], ad 1), we may distinguish a ~threefold prudence corresponding 93 2, 55 | equally; and we ought not to distinguish the ~rights of fathers and 94 2, 81 | below, because we cannot ~distinguish the predestined from the 95 2, 81 | Therefore it is unfitting to ~distinguish "prayers" from "intercessions."~ 96 2, 93 | 1/1~Whether we ought to distinguish several species of divination?~ 97 2, 93 | seem that we should not distinguish several species of ~divination. 98 2, 101 | trace. Therefore we must ~distinguish a corresponding difference 99 2, 102 | 2/2~Accordingly we may distinguish a threefold obedience; one, 100 2, 152 | the latter is unable to distinguish the imaginary ~from the 101 2, 169 | Therefore the prophet can distinguish what he has through the ~ 102 2, 169 | such that he is unable to distinguish fully whether ~his thoughts 103 2, 172 | prophesying. Now we may distinguish the manner of prophesying - 104 2, 172 | are unable to know how to distinguish the intellectual ~light, 105 2, 181 | according to these three we may distinguish a threefold distinction ~ 106 2, 181 | ecclesiastical beauty: and thus we distinguish various grades ~according 107 2, 181 | every human effort we can distinguish a beginning, a middle, and 108 2, 182 | it became necessary to distinguish even the terms, by calling 109 3, 2 | there would be no need to ~distinguish the nature from the suppositum 110 3, 8 | 6], A[6]), in Christ we distinguish ~a threefold grace, viz. 111 3, 8 | Himself. Hence we ~must not distinguish a twofold grace in Christ, 112 3, 8 | the person as in Adam we distinguish the sin of the ~nature and 113 3, 16 | Thus, although we do not distinguish things predicated of Christ, 114 3, 16 | predicated of Christ, yet we ~distinguish that by reason of which 115 3, 16 | Trin. i, 11): "We ~must distinguish what is said by Scripture 116 3, 18 | will as ~an act, we thus distinguish in Christ a will as nature, 117 3, 32 | the ~act of generation, distinguish the male and female sexes, 118 3, 80 | Therefore it is not right to distinguish a twofold eating, ~namely, 119 3, 80 | the latter be unable to distinguish the image from the reality, ~ 120 3, 81 | does 'not discern,' i.e. distinguish, the body of the ~Lord from 121 3, 90 | 6, it is reasonable ~to distinguish various species of penance, 122 Suppl, 17| necessary. Accordingly we ~may distinguish two keys, the first of which 123 Suppl, 22| in this ~sense that some distinguish between the key of orders, 124 Suppl, 37| 1/1~Whether we ought to distinguish several Orders? ~Aquin.: 125 Suppl, 37| seem that we ought not to distinguish several Orders. ~For the 126 Suppl, 40| hence there was no need to ~distinguish various pontiffs under the 127 Suppl, 69| would have no reason to distinguish between the ~time before 128 Suppl, 69| a time: and here we must distinguish what befits them according 129 Suppl, 69| seem that we should not distinguish so many abodes. For ~after 130 Suppl, 69| infinite. Therefore we should distinguish an infinite number of abodes, ~ 131 Suppl, 69| the body. Therefore as we distinguish an abode of ~the saints 132 Suppl, 69| received now, so ought we to distinguish the one in which they are ~ 133 Suppl, 69| diversity of state that ~we distinguish various abodes. Hence the 134 Suppl, 70| 1/1~I answer that, Some distinguish two kinds of acts in the 135 Suppl, 77| because this opinion does not distinguish as remaining in man during 136 Suppl, 77| make this ~distinction, but distinguish between parts both of which 137 Suppl, 77| De Gener. i) in order to distinguish different parts, but in ~ 138 Suppl, 85| brought to their end. Now we distinguish a twofold operation in God. ~ 139 Suppl, 85| now; and I work." Hence we distinguish in Him a twofold judgment, 140 Suppl, 86| of retribution, we must ~distinguish a twofold retribution. One 141 Suppl, 90| 2). Therefore we ~should distinguish various mansions there according 142 Suppl, 90| charity of the ~way will distinguish the mansions by way of merit. ~ 143 Suppl, 93| Para. 3/3~Some, however, distinguish between aureole and fruit, 144 Suppl, 93| Para. 2/3~Some, however, distinguish the three aureoles in accordance 145 Suppl, 93| Para. 3/3~Others again, distinguish the three aureoles in accordance


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