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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | agreement, ~specifically or generically.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[4] A[3] 2 1, 28 | same, not ~numerically, but generically or specifically. Thus Boethius 3 1, 55 | known than ~what is known generically; because to know anything 4 1, 55 | because to know anything generically is, in a ~fashion, midway 5 1, 56 | the angel known, except generically; as is clear from what has 6 1, 60 | is evident that what is generically or specifically one with ~ 7 1, 60 | himself, than what is one only generically or ~specifically. But it 8 1, 76 | and incorruptible differ ~generically," says the Philosopher, 9 1, 76 | are classified either ~generically or specifically. Now man 10 1, 56 | known than ~what is known generically; because to know anything 11 1, 56 | because to know anything generically is, in a ~fashion, midway 12 1, 57 | the angel known, except generically; as is clear from what has 13 1, 61 | is evident that what is generically or specifically one with ~ 14 1, 61 | himself, than what is one only generically or ~specifically. But it 15 1, 75 | and incorruptible differ ~generically," says the Philosopher, 16 1, 75 | are classified either ~generically or specifically. Now man 17 1, 77 | the soul are distinguished generically by their ~objects. For the 18 1, 77 | the ~sense of touch is generically one, but is divided into 19 1, 78 | those things which are "generically ~different, generically 20 1, 78 | generically ~different, generically different parts of the soul 21 1, 78 | contingent and necessary are generically different, as corruptible 22 1, 79 | apprehended by ~sense are generically different; consequently, 23 1, 83 | have something in ~common generically, yet it has not a complete 24 1, 92 | numerically, specifically, or generically, but also according to a ~ 25 1, 96 | corruptible and incorruptible are generically distinct, ~as the Philosopher 26 2, 10 | corresponds something one generically; and to nature as ~species 27 2, 19 | actions: for some are good generically; some are indifferent; some 28 2, 19 | indifferent; some are ~evil generically. And they say that if reason 29 2, 19 | something which is good generically, there is no error: and 30 2, 19 | something which is evil generically; since ~it is the same reason 31 2, 29 | sight ~is color considered generically; not that the sight is cognizant 32 2, 35 | pleasure and sorrow are generically contrary to one ~another. 33 2, 38 | every sorrow, yet it is generically, as stated above (Q[35], 34 2, 54 | those objects that differ generically belong to different ~departments 35 2, 60 | This formal element is one generically, on account of the ~unity 36 2, 67 | same, not identically but ~generically, it is absolutely true; 37 2, 67 | specifically the same, but only ~generically.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 38 2, 67 | same, not identically, but generically, as stated.~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 70 | on account of its being generically one, though divided into ~ 40 2, 78 | does some works which are ~generically good; so too it may happen 41 2, 85 | the incorruptible differ generically" ~(Metaph. x, text. 26). 42 2, 88 | 2) Whether they differ generically?~(3) Whether venial sin 43 2, 88 | mortal and venial sin differ generically?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 44 2, 88 | mortal sin do not differ ~generically, so that some sins be generically 45 2, 88 | generically, so that some sins be generically mortal, and some ~generically 46 2, 88 | generically mortal, and some ~generically venial. Because human acts 47 2, 88 | acts are considered to be generically ~good or evil according 48 2, 88 | mortal sin do not differ generically.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 49 2, 88 | mortal sin do not differ generically.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 50 2, 88 | Therefore no sins ~are generically venial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 51 2, 88 | that one sin may be venial generically, and ~another generically 52 2, 88 | generically, and ~another generically mortal, according as the 53 2, 88 | Consequently it is a ~mortal sin generically, whether it be contrary 54 2, 88 | that a ~sin which is venial generically by reason of its object, 55 2, 88 | of the agent, that a ~sin generically mortal because venial, by 56 2, 88 | species. In this way, a sin generically venial does ~not, primarily 57 2, 88 | nature, dispose to a sin generically mortal, ~for they differ 58 2, 88 | thereto. In this way a sin generically venial can dispose to a 59 2, 88 | venial can dispose to a sin generically mortal. Because he that 60 2, 88 | Because he that commits a sin generically venial, ~turns aside from 61 2, 88 | taken to mean that a sin generically venial, ~becomes mortal. 62 2, 88 | to ~something differing generically, even as an accident which 63 2, 88 | mortal but venial ~sins generically, else they would always 64 2, 88 | sin, ~both of which are generically evil. But a circumstance 65 2, 88 | hurt which is a mortal sin generically, such as murder ~or robbery, 66 2, 88 | anger will be a mortal sin generically: and if it be a ~venial 67 2, 88 | movement tends, is a ~sin generically venial, for instance, if 68 2, 88 | matters which are mortal sins generically. In such matters, if the ~ 69 2, 88 | person in committing a sin generically mortal, loves a creature 70 2, 88 | Nevertheless a sin which is generically mortal, can become venial 71 2, 89 | things which are venial sins ~generically, by provoking men to laughter, 72 2, 89 | anything which ~is such generically. But when he begins to have 73 2, 92 | 8]), some acts ~are good generically, viz. acts of virtue; and 74 2, 92 | 1). Some acts are evil generically, viz. acts of vice, ~and 75 2, 92 | law forbids. Some acts are generically ~indifferent, and in respect 76 2, 6 | too, acts that are good generically, though not quickened by 77 2, 10 | heretic's sin is more grave generically, ~it can be lessened by 78 2, 10 | able to do deeds that are generically good. With regard, ~however, 79 2, 20 | excludes fear altogether even generically, whereas it does not exclude ~ 80 2, 22 | without charity, ~to be generically good, but not perfectly 81 2, 37 | that the sin of unbelief is generically more grievous than the ~ 82 2, 68 | account it is a mortal sin generically, even as any ~kind of injustice. 83 2, 74 | mind does not seem to be generically a mortal sin. But cursing 84 2, 83 | certain things belong ~generically to the natural law, while 85 2, 83 | offering of ~sacrifice belongs generically to the natural law, and 86 2, 98 | A[2]) an act is evil ~generically when it bears on undue matter. 87 2, 107 | of what is true, is good generically. Yet this does not suffice ~ 88 2, 140 | individually ~and less voluntary generically. For no one would wish to 89 2, 145 | An act that is virtuous generically may be rendered vicious ~ 90 2, 149 | Because where the matter is generically the same, one virtue ~suffices. 91 2, 149 | individual is maintained differ generically from actions connected with ~ 92 2, 150 | private good is better ~generically. It is thus that the virginity 93 2, 178 | the angels in intellect generically, but the ~intellective power 94 2, 180 | directly to the love of God is ~generically more meritorious than that 95 2, 180 | the contemplative life is generically of greater merit than the ~ 96 3, 44 | Brute animals are akin generically to man, wherefore they ~ 97 3, 46 | A[4]). But, ~speaking generically, He did endure every human 98 3, 69 | taken away by Baptism, is ~generically distinct from actual sin. 99 3, 77 | accident and ~substance differ generically. Therefore, since the sacramental 100 3, 89 | the lack of life in works generically good done without charity, ~ 101 3, 89 | also, all works ~that are generically good, are said to be dead, 102 3, 89 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Works generically good done without charity 103 Suppl, 1 | will implies ~something generically good, for this is to detest 104 Suppl, 6 | he had ~committed an act generically worse, but because he fears 105 Suppl, 7 | confession ~is a good thing generically, and is an act of virtue: 106 Suppl, 10| first, for what is venial ~generically, e.g. an idle word: secondly, 107 Suppl, 26| three ways, ~specifically, generically and individually. Individually, 108 Suppl, 26| to some fixed individual. Generically, as when a ~person directs 109 Suppl, 49| of the act, which is good generically through being about a due ~ 110 Suppl, 49| a certain act ~which is generically better be sometimes interrupted 111 Suppl, 49| Further, that which is good generically does not become evil ~unless 112 Suppl, 49| husband knows his wife is generically good. Therefore it cannot 113 Suppl, 56| are disparate and differ ~generically. Therefore carnal union 114 Suppl, 56| spiritual union differ ~generically we may conclude that the 115 Suppl, 71| sacraments and performed works generically good, ~and for these the 116 Suppl, 82| glory, since this differs generically from the clarity of ~nature. 117 Suppl, 82| clarity of glory will differ generically from the ~clarity of nature, 118 Suppl, 84| sins and those of others generically at the same time: and this 119 Suppl, 84| mind; ~and what is known generically is not counted. Hence we 120 Suppl, 88| FP, Q[73], A[1]] either generically, or ~specifically, or at 121 Suppl, 90| merit in the act considered generically, ~not indeed in relation 122 Suppl, 96| speaking of the creature generically. For it ~becomes not the 123 Suppl, 96| This saying refers to man generically, because God's ~indignation 124 Appen2, 1| times perform actions, ~generically good, which are not deserving


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