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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contrariety

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1 1, 17 | Further, in God there is no contrariety, for "nothing is contrary ~ 2 1, 17 | and not-being, implies contrariety; for, as the ~Philosopher 3 1, 48 | 6), "the first ~kind of contrariety is habit and privation," 4 1, 49 | have contrary causes. But contrariety ~is found in things, according 5 1, 49 | therefore ~they extended the contrariety of causes even to the first 6 1, 50 | within ~itself, or some contrariety, or at least the potentiality 7 1, 62 | does not come ~from any contrariety or hindrance of natural 8 1, 66 | heavenly body is without contrariety, whereas the ~elemental 9 1, 66 | the ~elemental bodies have contrariety in their nature. And as 10 1, 67 | which is itself removed from contrariety. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 11 1, 75 | found only where there is contrariety; ~since generation and corruption 12 1, 75 | have no matter subject to ~contrariety, are incorruptible. Now 13 1, 75 | incorruptible. Now there can be no contrariety in the ~intellectual soul; 14 1, 75 | it receives are without contrariety; ~for the notions even of 15 1, 75 | since the ~"principle of contrariety is habit, and privation 16 1, 49 | 6), "the first ~kind of contrariety is habit and privation," 17 1, 50 | have contrary causes. But contrariety ~is found in things, according 18 1, 50 | therefore ~they extended the contrariety of causes even to the first 19 1, 51 | within ~itself, or some contrariety, or at least the potentiality 20 1, 63 | does not come ~from any contrariety or hindrance of natural 21 1, 67 | heavenly body is without contrariety, whereas the ~elemental 22 1, 67 | the ~elemental bodies have contrariety in their nature. And as 23 1, 68 | which is itself removed from contrariety. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 24 1, 74 | found only where there is contrariety; ~since generation and corruption 25 1, 74 | have no matter subject to ~contrariety, are incorruptible. Now 26 1, 74 | incorruptible. Now there can be no contrariety in the ~intellectual soul; 27 1, 74 | it receives are without contrariety; ~for the notions even of 28 1, 74 | since the ~"principle of contrariety is habit, and privation 29 1, 77 | Further, one sense regards one contrariety; as sight regards ~white 30 1, 80 | regards both sides of a contrariety, as sight regards both black 31 1, 88 | of "what a thing is." But contrariety ~may exist in the intellect 32 2, 23 | irascible part?~(2) Whether the contrariety of passions in the irascible 33 2, 23 | irascible part is based ~on the contrariety of good and evil?~(3) Whether 34 2, 23 | very fact it has a ~certain contrariety to the concupiscible power: 35 2, 23 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the contrariety of the irascible passions 36 2, 23 | passions is based on the ~contrariety of good and evil?~Aquin.: 37 2, 23 | It would seem that the contrariety of the irascible passions 38 2, 23 | passions is ~based on no other contrariety than that of good and evil. 39 2, 23 | above (A[1], ad 1). But the contrariety of the concupiscible passions 40 2, 23 | But there is no other ~contrariety of movements, except that 41 2, 23 | Therefore there is no other contrariety of passions, save ~that 42 2, 23 | appetitive power can there be contrariety of passions ~other than 43 2, 23 | there can be no other contrariety than that of good and evil.~ 44 2, 23 | evil. Therefore not every ~contrariety of the irascible passions 45 2, 23 | Phys. iii, 3. ~Therefore contrariety of passions is based on 46 2, 23 | of passions is based on contrariety of movements or ~changes. 47 2, 23 | Now there is a twofold contrariety in changes and movements, 48 2, 23 | the same term: and this contrariety belongs properly to ~changes, 49 2, 23 | from being." The other contrariety is ~according to opposition 50 2, 23 | Accordingly there is a twofold contrariety in the passions of the soul: ~ 51 2, 23 | soul: ~one, according to contrariety of objects, i.e. of good 52 2, 23 | concupiscible passions the former contrariety alone is to be ~found; viz. 53 2, 23 | passions, we find both forms of contrariety. The reason of this is that ~ 54 2, 23 | passions, there can be no contrariety of approach and ~withdrawal 55 2, 23 | irascible ~passions we find contrariety in respect of good and evil ( 56 2, 23 | hope ~and fear): and also contrariety according to approach and 57 2, 23 | passion of the soul has no contrariety?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 58 2, 23 | their respective modes of contrariety. Therefore every passion 59 2, 23 | withdrawal, or ~according to the contrariety of good and evil. For anger 60 2, 23 | contrary to ~anger according to contrariety of approach and withdrawal.~ 61 2, 23 | can there be according to contrariety of good and ~evil. Because 62 2, 23 | anger," by opposition not of contrariety but of negation or privation.~ 63 2, 23 | distinction ~is based the contrariety of the passions. Therefore 64 2, 23 | form is in respect of some contrariety, as stated in ~Metaph. x, 65 2, 23 | first two differences cause ~contrariety in the passions of the soul, 66 2, 31 | derive their species and contrariety ~from their objects. Now 67 2, 31 | only on ~account of the contrariety of the things which give 68 2, 31 | difference is material: whereas contrariety is a difference of form, 69 2, 31 | 4. Therefore there is no contrariety between one ~pleasure and 70 2, 34 | Q[33], A[3]), ~either by contrariety of the appetite that rests 71 2, 35 | Philosopher says (Metaph. x, 4), contrariety is a ~difference in respect 72 2, 35 | As stated in Metaph. x, 4 contrariety is a difference in ~respect 73 2, 35 | two ~contraries, there is contrariety; e.g. to approach to a white 74 2, 35 | of sorrow is due to ~the contrariety of the cause of sorrow; 75 2, 35 | does not arise from any contrariety, but rather from the suitableness 76 2, 38 | account of the aforesaid contrariety.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[38] A[ 77 2, 40 | 2]), there is a twofold ~contrariety of movements. One is in 78 2, 40 | contrary ~terms: and this contrariety alone is to be found in 79 2, 40 | are contrary: for this contrariety is found in the irascible ~ 80 2, 40 | contrary to hope, only by contrariety of approach and ~withdrawal.~ 81 2, 45 | passions admit of a twofold contrariety: ~one, according to the 82 2, 45 | thereto as a contrary. And as contrariety implies privation, so ~daring 83 2, 46 | evil, it includes in itself contrariety: and consequently it has 84 2, 46 | mixed colors there is no ~contrariety, except that of the simple 85 2, 54 | are in one species: since contrariety of habits ~follows contrariety 86 2, 54 | contrariety of habits ~follows contrariety of aspect. Accordingly habits 87 2, 64 | But there seems to be no ~contrariety in the intellect; since 88 2, 64 | that are contrary have no contrariety ~in the mind, because one 89 2, 64 | there is in the intellect contrariety of affirmation and ~negation, 90 2, 72 | differ specifically, for "contrariety is a ~difference of form," 91 2, 87 | but such as not to involve contrariety in respect of the ~last 92 2, 88 | sin are not condivided in contrariety to ~one another, as though 93 2, 20 | opposed to fear by a generic contrariety, ~and to the virtue of hope 94 2, 20 | virtue of hope by a specific contrariety. Hence presumption ~excludes 95 2, 34 | is clear that the former contrariety is more ~direct than the 96 2, 36 | just as ~discord denotes a contrariety of wills, so contention 97 2, 36 | so contention signifies ~contrariety of speech. For this reason 98 2, 36 | A[1] Body Para. 2/3~Now contrariety of speech may be looked 99 2, 77 | remoteness from ~virtue. Now contrariety is the greatest remoteness, 100 2, 77 | contradiction, the second by contrariety, which ~implies greater 101 2, 109 | Metaph. text. 13, 24, x), ~"contrariety is opposition as regards 102 2, 109 | Its direct opposition or contrariety is to be considered with 103 2, 109 | The indirect opposition or contrariety of hypocrisy may be considered 104 2, 127 | namely good. But as regards ~contrariety of objects it is opposed 105 2, 160 | ways. In one way by ~direct contrariety to a virtue, and thus pride 106 3, 18 | 6) Whether there was any contrariety of wills in Christ?~Aquin.: 107 3, 18 | Para. 1/1~Whether there was contrariety of wills in Christ? ~Aquin.: 108 3, 18 | would seem that there was contrariety of wills in Christ. For ~ 109 3, 18 | of wills in Christ. For ~contrariety of wills regards contrariety 110 3, 18 | contrariety of wills regards contrariety of objects, as contrariety 111 3, 18 | contrariety of objects, as contrariety of ~movements springs from 112 3, 18 | movements springs from contrariety of termini, as is plain 113 3, 18 | passion." Hence there was contrariety of wills in Christ.~Aquin.: 114 3, 18 | flesh another, there is contrariety of ~wills. But this was 115 3, 18 | passion. Therefore there was contrariety of wills in Him.~Aquin.: 116 3, 18 | it seems that there ~was contrariety of will in Christ.~Aquin.: 117 3, 18 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Contrariety can exist only where there 118 3, 18 | suffice for the ~nature of contrariety, nor even for the nature 119 3, 18 | foot. Hence for there to be contrariety of wills in anyone it is ~ 120 3, 18 | there is not complete ~contrariety of will, e.g. when a judge 121 3, 18 | private love, there is no contrariety of ~wills; unless, indeed, 122 3, 18 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, for contrariety of wills it is necessary 123 3, 18 | sensitive appetite, there is no ~contrariety, unless the sensitive appetite 124 3, 18 | wish, yet there was no ~contrariety of wills in Him. First, 125 3, 18 | there was no opposition or ~contrariety of wills.~Aquin.: SMT TP 126 3, 18 | in Christ ~there was no contrariety of flesh and spirit, as 127 3, 47 | Consequently there ~is no contrariety in the Father delivering 128 Suppl, 24| excommunication hindered by contrariety of ~the will, as stated 129 Suppl, 50| law (which are opposed ~by contrariety and not according to affirmation 130 Suppl, 59| unbelief have a special ~contrariety to the goods of marriage, 131 Suppl, 72| common matter, nor mutual ~contrariety - and to theology, since 132 Suppl, 81| resistance it offers through contrariety towards ~the place which 133 Suppl, 88| and the excess of their ~contrariety is more displeasing than 134 Suppl, 88| pleasant, since it has no contrariety, except on account of a ~ 135 Appen1, 2| soul, both because it has contrariety to a ~fiery agent, and because


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