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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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relatively

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | argue from what is prior ~relatively only to us. When an effect 2 1, 5 | it is said to have being relatively. Thus to be white ~implies 3 1, 5 | nor ~good simply, but only relatively. In this way, therefore, 4 1, 5 | simply, and to be ~good relatively (i.e. in so far as it has 5 1, 5 | actuality, a thing is said to be relatively, and to be good ~simply. 6 1, 5 | not of itself, but only ~relatively - i.e. inasmuch as the removal 7 1, 5 | itself; and non-being only relatively, ~inasmuch as one seeks 8 1, 5 | non-being can be spoken of as relatively good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] 9 1, 5 | the end absolutely; and relatively by the ~means through which 10 1, 5 | movement of the appetite ~relatively, as a means by which something 11 1, 7 | Things other than God can be relatively infinite, but not ~absolutely 12 1, 7 | absolutely finite can be relatively infinite; ~as, for example, 13 1, 7 | own form, but still it ~is relatively infinite, inasmuch as it 14 1, 7 | with angels, these will be relatively infinite, inasmuch as such ~ 15 1, 7 | absolutely infinite, but relatively, because its ~potentiality 16 1, 11 | substance is ~non-being relatively as regards some accidental 17 1, 11 | In the same way, ~what is relatively good is absolutely bad, 18 1, 11 | is absolutely "one" is relatively "many," and vice versa.~ 19 1, 13 | sense that God is spoken of relatively to the creature, inasmuch 20 1, 13 | object is said to be knowable relatively because knowledge relates 21 1, 17 | se," but is denominated relatively by what belongs to it ~accidentally; 22 1, 17 | but may be called false relatively as directed to another intellect, ~ 23 1, 17 | called false; not simply, but relatively; ~and that in two ways. 24 1, 17 | thus they are false only relatively.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 25 1, 23 | is to will not simply but relatively; and not by His consequent ~ 26 1, 24 | to be chosen simply, but relatively. Likewise they are not ~ 27 1, 24 | book of life simply, but relatively; that is to ~say, that it 28 1, 24 | of life not simply, but ~relatively, for they are written therein 29 1, 28 | nothing can be predicated ~relatively." But whatever really exists 30 1, 28 | for we say some things relatively, ~as Father in respect of 31 1, 28 | another, according as one is relatively opposed to another. So as 32 1, 29 | exist "by Himself," as ~relatively distinct from the Son. Others, 33 1, 30 | relations are predicated relatively, and thus the relations 34 1, 32 | Person, as they are not ~relatively opposed to each other, do 35 1, 33 | relation, for it ~is not used relatively. Therefore it signifies 36 1, 34 | personal name, since it is said relatively. Therefore so ~also is Word.~ 37 1, 42 | Son ~and the Father are relatively opposed. Therefore one cannot 38 1, 42 | The Father and the Son are relatively opposed, but not ~essentially; 39 1, 45 | generation taken simply, or relatively, whereby ~anything is made 40 1, 46 | Phys. viii) simply, but relatively, ~demonstrative - viz. in 41 1, 50 | creature being considered ~relatively infinite. Material creatures 42 1, 54 | the act of ~sensation is relatively infinite, for it bears relation 43 1, 76 | corrupted, not simply, but relatively. Now the substantial form 44 1, 42 | Son ~and the Father are relatively opposed. Therefore one cannot 45 1, 42 | The Father and the Son are relatively opposed, but not ~essentially; 46 1, 46 | generation taken simply, or relatively, whereby ~anything is made 47 1, 47 | Phys. viii) simply, but relatively, ~demonstrative - viz. in 48 1, 51 | creature being considered ~relatively infinite. Material creatures 49 1, 55 | the act of ~sensation is relatively infinite, for it bears relation 50 1, 75 | corrupted, not simply, but relatively. Now the substantial form 51 1, 81 | ways: "absolutely" and "relatively." Now a thing is ~considered 52 1, 81 | considered such in itself: but ~relatively as it is such with regard 53 1, 81 | nobler than the ~will. But relatively and by comparison with something 54 1, 81 | might say that hearing ~is relatively nobler than sight, inasmuch 55 2, 6 | but things ~that are such relatively, vary according as they 56 2, 6 | something else, as it were relatively. Accordingly, nothing prevents 57 2, 11 | is last either ~simply or relatively; simply, if it be referred 58 2, 11 | referred to nothing else; ~relatively, if it is the last in a 59 2, 56 | be good, not simply, but relatively; for instance, a good ~grammarian 60 2, 66 | first, simply; secondly, relatively. For nothing hinders something 61 2, 66 | riches," and yet not better ~relatively, i.e. "for one who is in 62 2, 66 | excellent, not simply, but relatively. Indeed, the speculative ~ 63 2, 66 | moral virtue is ~better relatively.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 64 2, 66 | less, either simply or relatively. A virtue is said to be 65 2, 66 | virtue is said to be greater relatively, by reason of its helping 66 2, 66 | than accident: and yet relatively some particular accident 67 2, 66 | while liberality is greater ~relatively since it is an ornament 68 2, 66 | their ornament, ~so that relatively it is greater than all the 69 2, 68 | their principles; secondly, relatively, viz. by comparison to their ~ 70 2, 87 | to ~man, not simply but relatively; wherefore it does not answer 71 2, 111 | of the same effect viewed relatively ~to divers others. And this 72 2, 114 | merit simply, ~but only relatively, in so far as the character 73 2, 114 | first, simply; the second, ~relatively. Now man's good simply is 74 2, 114 | or what is a good to him relatively; and this does not fall ~ 75 2, 114 | under merit simply, but relatively.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 76 2, 114 | man's good simply, but relatively, and thus they do not fall 77 2, 114 | under merit ~simply, but relatively, inasmuch as men are moved 78 2, 1 | faith about the same thing relatively, i.e. ~in relation to the 79 2, 4 | regard to its cause, but ~relatively, with respect to a disposition 80 2, 4 | others are more ~certain relatively, i.e. for us. Likewise if 81 2, 18 | evil not ~absolutely but relatively, and, absolutely speaking, 82 2, 18 | love, not ~absolutely, but relatively to the state of perfect 83 2, 25 | father less, not simply ~relatively, i.e. as regards the love 84 2, 26 | is not a cause simply but relatively. According to these four ~ 85 2, 26 | things measured, it is found relatively, that is in so far as they ~ 86 2, 53 | life as a whole. Secondly, relatively, i.e. in relation to some ~ 87 2, 153 | in a ~general sense and relatively may be applied to any other 88 2, 153 | to be continent of anger, relatively ~but not simply.~Aquin.: 89 2, 153 | incontinent, not simply, but relatively, by adding ~that they are 90 2, 153 | 4]], not absolutely, but relatively."~~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] 91 2, 154 | incontinence, not simply but relatively, even as we have said above 92 2, 161 | this sin was most grievous relatively but not ~simply.~Aquin.: 93 2, 182 | thing is said to be perfect relatively: and ~this perfection regards 94 2, 182 | but in the other virtues relatively. And since that which is ~ 95 3, 6 | intention; but that is ~relatively first, with which his operation 96 3, 8 | faith, which unites to God, relatively ~but not simply, viz. so 97 3, 10 | being in act; secondly, relatively, i.e. ~whatever is a being 98 3, 11 | being and goodness are taken relatively, and in ~this way an accident 99 3, 11 | the soul of Christ; ~but relatively, since the whole goodness 100 3, 16 | is ~predicated of God not relatively but absolutely, belongs 101 3, 16 | whatever is ~predicated relatively can be newly predicated 102 3, 17 | nature makes "another thing" relatively, ~i.e. in nature, if there 103 3, 17 | to the person simply, but relatively; as to be white is the being ~ 104 3, 52 | deepest hell . . . For if relatively to the height of ~heaven 105 3, 52 | darksome air is infernal, then relatively to the height of ~this same 106 3, 85 | in two ways, simply and relatively. A ~thing is just simply 107 3, 85 | freedom. But a thing is just relatively when it is ~between parties 108 Suppl, 66| successive wives is a multitude relatively, wherefore it does not ~ 109 Suppl, 70| than the fire, ~the fire is relatively more excellent than the 110 Suppl, 81| namely ~absolutely and relatively. One needs absolutely that 111 Suppl, 81| things. But we need a thing ~relatively when without it some end


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