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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conversely

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | statue is like a man, but not conversely; so ~also a creature can 2 1, 13 | ordered to Him, and not conversely, it is manifest that ~creatures 3 1, 16 | belong to the intellect; and conversely. ~Whence in the order of 4 1, 19 | happen; or ~He may will conversely. We may say, then, that 5 1, 20 | cause of ~its goodness; but conversely its goodness, whether real 6 1, 21 | owns the ~servant, and not conversely, for that is free which 7 1, 28 | one term to another and conversely is the ~same; nevertheless 8 1, 31 | not something else; while conversely we ~say that they are one 9 1, 31 | concept of the Son; and conversely. Therefore, when ~we say, 10 1, 32 | arrive at knowledge, and not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 11 1, 33 | we call a ~principle; and conversely. As the Father then is the 12 1, 33 | begets; but it is not so conversely. But a more common term 13 1, 33 | of proper terms; but not conversely. For in the concept of ~ 14 1, 33 | God is understood; but not conversely. But ~common terms which 15 1, 36 | another, the same may be said ~conversely. For as we say that the 16 1, 36 | bailiff, so it ~can be said conversely that the bailiff acts through 17 1, 36 | through the Son; and not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 18 1, 36 | seems necessary to say, conversely, that the one principle 19 1, 37 | the Son with one Love, and conversely, there is expressed in the 20 1, 37 | the Father to the Son, and conversely, as ~that of the lover to 21 1, 40 | would be necessary to say ~conversely that because He is Father 22 1, 42 | like to the Father, and conversely. This is because the divine ~ 23 1, 42 | of their causes; but ~not conversely, for the form is principally 24 1, 42 | to the Father, ~and not conversely, for this reason we say 25 1, 42 | to ~the Father, but not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 26 1, 42 | Son is in the Father, and conversely?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 27 1, 42 | the Son in the Father, ~or conversely; as is patent to anyone 28 1, 43 | grace is possessed, and not conversely, according to Rm. 5:5, ~" 29 1, 70 | their sensible causes, and conversely. Hence nothing prevents 30 1, 76 | is such as it is; and not conversely. Now the intellectual soul, ~ 31 1, 77 | independently of hearing, and conversely. Therefore there is no order ~ 32 1, 37 | the Son with one Love, and conversely, there is expressed in the 33 1, 37 | the Father to the Son, and conversely, as ~that of the lover to 34 1, 40 | would be necessary to say ~conversely that because He is Father 35 1, 42 | like to the Father, and conversely. This is because the divine ~ 36 1, 42 | of their causes; but ~not conversely, for the form is principally 37 1, 42 | to the Father, ~and not conversely, for this reason we say 38 1, 42 | to ~the Father, but not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 39 1, 42 | Son is in the Father, and conversely?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 40 1, 42 | the Son in the Father, ~or conversely; as is patent to anyone 41 1, 43 | grace is possessed, and not conversely, according to Rm. 5:5, ~" 42 1, 71 | their sensible causes, and conversely. Hence nothing prevents 43 1, 75 | is such as it is; and not conversely. Now the intellectual soul, ~ 44 1, 76 | independently of hearing, and conversely. Therefore there is no order ~ 45 1, 84 | unknown effects, and sometimes conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 46 1, 84 | the divisible, but rather conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 47 1, 92 | there is likeness, but not conversely" as Augustine says ~(QQ. 48 1, 101 | to man's benefit, and not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 49 1, 104 | cause of a lower order; but conversely. An ~example of this may 50 1, 105 | by the superior, and not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] A[ 51 1, 107 | inferior angels; and not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] Out. 52 1, 107 | inferior by ~participation; and conversely the inferior perfection 53 1, 107 | in the ~superior, but not conversely. But Dionysius (Coel. Hier. 54 1, 118 | generated ~are corruptible, and conversely. Now it is manifest that 55 2, 1 | to a natural thing, and conversely the relation ~to a natural 56 2, 1 | their moral species, and conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[4] 57 2, 2 | reason of the good and not conversely, as ~stated above (ad 1). 58 2, 3 | end being present; and not conversely, is a thing made present, ~ 59 2, 8 | wills the end; but not ~the conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[8] A[3] 60 2, 8 | not to the other; but not ~conversely.~ 61 2, 17 | the act of the will, ~and conversely. And since the power of 62 2, 17 | reference to use and choice; and conversely, that there ~is an act of 63 2, 18 | as under its genus, or conversely?~(8) Whether any action 64 2, 18 | alms from vainglory; and conversely, an evil ~action may happen 65 2, 18 | as under its genus, or conversely?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 66 2, 19 | of the will, rather than ~conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 67 2, 20 | interior act, and sometimes conversely, as stated above ~(AA[1], 68 2, 35 | under ~the interior, but not conversely. Consequently that pleasure 69 2, 35 | imagination and reason, but not conversely. Hence in the ~passage quoted 70 2, 40 | thought impossible; so, conversely, experience ~makes a man 71 2, 43 | the cause of love, and not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[43] A[ 72 2, 74 | the higher court, ~but not conversely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 73 2, 82 | reason stand first, ~so conversely in evil things, the lower 74 2, 100 | wise men are contained, conversely, as conclusions in their ~ 75 2, 102 | on men's ~armor; while, conversely, in the worship of Venus 76 2, 108 | withdraws from the other, and conversely. Wherefore he ~that cleaves 77 2, 9 | belongs ~materially: and, conversely, when we judge of creatures 78 2, 10 | lessened by a circumstance, and conversely the sin of the ~Catholic 79 2, 13 | Ecclus. 11:23). Therefore, conversely, it is possible for ~a man, 80 2, 37 | also a schismatic, but not conversely. This is what Jerome says 81 2, 61 | benefit of persons and not conversely. ~But respect of things 82 2, 75 | the thing's worth, or, ~conversely, the thing exceed the price, 83 2, 77 | black is not-white, but not ~conversely. Now it is evident that 84 2, 83 | is an oblation, but not ~conversely. "First-fruits" are oblations, 85 2, 87 | an irreverence, but not ~conversely, because the infidelity 86 2, 121 | against less things, but not conversely. Moreover ~it belongs to 87 2, 148 | man, so too it may happen ~conversely, that what is excessive 88 2, 187 | become a cleric"; but not conversely, as expressed in the Decretal ~ 89 3, 2 | united with the Divine, or ~conversely. But the Divine Nature is 90 3, 2 | assumed by the ~human, but conversely, because the human nature 91 3, 2 | assumes unites, and not conversely. For the Person of ~the 92 3, 3 | of the Son of ~Man, and conversely. Hence, if three Persons 93 3, 3 | be said of the man; and conversely, what was said of the ~man 94 3, 11 | causes to effects, ~and conversely. And in this way the knowledge 95 3, 15 | the inferior part, so, ~conversely, the passions of the inferior 96 3, 16 | of the Son ~of God, and conversely?~(5) Whether what belongs 97 3, 16 | the Father is the Son, or conversely. Therefore it seems that 98 3, 16 | predicated of the man, and, conversely, by reason of a certain ~ 99 3, 16 | in its manhood": even so conversely, we may not say without ~ 100 3, 19 | distinct from the Divine, and conversely. Nevertheless, ~the Divine 101 3, 31 | cousin of Elizabeth. or conversely, and with greater likelihood, 102 3, 31 | were there also; but not ~conversely. But other men were not 103 3, 46 | but every delight; and ~conversely. But the grief of Christ' 104 3, 50 | of the body, ~but rather conversely: and so it appears that 105 3, 51 | and a night, ~rather than conversely.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 106 3, 55 | to the present state, and conversely. Hence Gregory says ~(Hom. 107 3, 58 | from the Father, and not conversely. The Holy ~Ghost, however, 108 3, 59 | respects from good to evil, or ~conversely, or from good to better, 109 3, 59 | men have wicked sons, and conversely. ~Thirdly, as to the result 110 3, 64 | depend on effect, but rather ~conversely, it belongs to the excellence 111 3, 64 | whatever a ~deacon can: but not conversely. But angels are higher ministers 112 3, 66 | Baptism of the Spirit, but not conversely. And from this it ~is proved 113 3, 75 | made the other; but not conversely: for we say that a black ~ 114 3, 77 | this sacrament, rather than conversely.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 115 3, 78 | consecration of the wine, conversely, ~the blood of Christ is 116 Suppl, 16| of what follows, but not conversely, ~the removal of the habit 117 Suppl, 26| individual man, but not ~conversely. Yet neither the first nor 118 Suppl, 36| depends on the first, ~but not conversely. Wherefore some are raised 119 Suppl, 43| thee for my wife," and ~conversely; secondly, by giving betrothal 120 Suppl, 48| by what comes after, but conversely; marriage ~does not become 121 Suppl, 56| something of his father and not conversely ~(Ethic. viii, 12): wherefore 122 Suppl, 56| his carnal son and not conversely. Thus it is clear that there 123 Suppl, 79| contemplation of God, nor conversely. Or we may say that the 124 Suppl, 80| body is tangible, but not conversely. For ~every body is tangible 125 Suppl, 81| remote from affirmation, and ~conversely, by reason of something 126 Suppl, 89| as when we know God, or conversely ~when He knows creatures: 127 Suppl, 89| known by the finite, or conversely.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[ 128 Suppl, 89| is led to the cause, or conversely. ~Accordingly in the heavenly 129 Suppl, 89| the image of its cause and conversely. Consequently it ~does not


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