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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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relative

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | Thus to be white ~implies relative being, for to be white does 2 1, 6 | answer that, As regards relative things, we must admit extrinsic ~ 3 1, 11 | absolute, and the other is relative; for ~what is relative being ( 4 1, 11 | is relative; for ~what is relative being (as a potentiality) 5 1, 13 | can ~He be signified by relative pronouns.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 13 | Further, a thing is called relative from relation; for instance ~ 7 1, 13 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, in relative things which are not simultaneous 8 1, 13 | Philosopher says (Praedic. v). But relative ~things which are said of 9 1, 13 | says (De Trin. v) that this relative ~appellation "Lord" is applied 10 1, 13 | v) that they are called relative, not forasmuch ~as they 11 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Some relative names are imposed to signify 12 1, 13 | are imposed to signify the relative ~habitudes themselves, as " 13 1, 13 | and vice ~versa, these two relative terms, "Lord" and "servant," 14 1, 28 | Trin. vii) that, "every relative ~expression is something 15 1, 28 | only what is signified ~by relative names, it would follow that 16 1, 28 | it does not follow, ~if a relative term or any other name applied 17 1, 28 | opposition. ~The very nature of relative opposition includes distinction. 18 1, 28 | according to that which is relative.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 19 1, 29 | it was to be taken in a relative sense, and especially in 20 1, 29 | may be either absolute ~or relative. But this does not seem 21 1, 30 | on the other hand, the relative properties in God subsist, 22 1, 30 | from the plurality of the relative ~properties as stated above ( 23 1, 30 | relations can come only from relative ~opposition. Therefore two 24 1, 30 | forasmuch as it has no ~relative opposition either to paternity 25 1, 31 | Father. For ~"other" is a relative term implying diversity 26 1, 31 | distinction" on account of the relative ~opposition. Hence whenever 27 1, 31 | persons, as meaning ~that the relative property is signified by 28 1, 31 | Who alone is ~God, if the relative be referred to the predicate, 29 1, 32 | in God is founded only on relative ~opposition, the several 30 1, 33 | and in ~this sense it is a relative term; just as negation is 31 1, 33 | not be distinguished by relative opposition: ~therefore they 32 1, 36 | of the divine persons are relative terms, as ~Boethius says ( 33 1, 36 | name "Holy Ghost" is not a relative ~term. Therefore this name 34 1, 36 | it takes the place of a relative term, inasmuch as it is ~ 35 1, 36 | Hence since ~there is no relative opposition between them 36 1, 36 | It is not by reason of relative properties that we speak 37 1, 39 | are false, because this relative ~"Who" in the affirmative 38 1, 39 | word "Who" is taken in a relative sense, ~it may sometimes 39 1, 40 | absolute comes before what is relative. But the ~distinction of 40 1, 40 | only as regards ~something relative. Hence relation suffices 41 1, 40 | intelligence, the unnamed relative property common to the Father 42 1, 42 | only the terms that are relative."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 43 1, 42 | the relations, each of two relative ~opposites is in the concept 44 1, 42 | as above explained, one relative opposite is in the ~other.~ 45 1, 48 | or whether it be being in relative ~potentiality, and absolute 46 1, 54 | infinity, either ~simple or relative. As an example of simple 47 1, 39 | are false, because this relative ~"Who" in the affirmative 48 1, 39 | word "Who" is taken in a relative sense, ~it may sometimes 49 1, 40 | absolute comes before what is relative. But the ~distinction of 50 1, 40 | only as regards ~something relative. Hence relation suffices 51 1, 40 | intelligence, the unnamed relative property common to the Father 52 1, 42 | only the terms that are relative."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 53 1, 42 | the relations, each of two relative ~opposites is in the concept 54 1, 42 | as above explained, one relative opposite is in the ~other.~ 55 1, 49 | or whether it be being in relative ~potentiality, and absolute 56 1, 55 | infinity, either ~simple or relative. As an example of simple 57 1, 78 | Mind and spirit are not relative ~things, but denominate 58 1, 97 | the general Divine command relative to ~generation, they awaited 59 1, 97 | awaited the special command relative to time.~Aquin.: SMT FP 60 2, 16 | the absolute precedes the relative. Therefore the less ~relative 61 2, 16 | relative. Therefore the less ~relative precedes the more relative. 62 2, 16 | relative precedes the more relative. But choice implies two 63 2, 16 | OBJ 2: What is essentially relative is after the absolute; but 64 2, 26 | exists in ~another is a relative being; so, because good 65 2, 26 | is ~another's good, is a relative good. Consequently the love 66 2, 26 | may be another's good, is ~relative love. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 67 2, 49 | which ~may vary in their relative adjustability. For this 68 2, 49 | which may vary in their relative ~adjustability, it follows 69 2, 56 | is called a virtue in a relative ~sense, can be the intellect, 70 2, 61 | i.e. they bring them to the relative mean; "the second ~kind," 71 2, 71 | does not denote anything relative to power. Therefore vice 72 2, 78 | evil, not simply, but in ~a relative sense: and for that reason 73 2, 78 | thereof is not a simple ~but a relative evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[78] 74 2, 102 | haste." ~Other things too relative to the eating of the lamb 75 2, 107 | are gathered from their relative perfection and imperfection. 76 2, 114 | simple right, but only relative, there is no character of 77 2, 114 | simply under ~merit. But the relative, not the simple, good of 78 2, 56 | and these ~virtues may be relative to himself or to another 79 2, 60 | person (for instance a ~relative or a friend) Church property 80 2, 61 | rich or because he is a relative of his, it ~is respect of 81 2, 132 | for little and great ~are relative terms, as the Philosopher 82 2, 133 | great and ~little are relative terms: and when we say that 83 2, 133 | Also little and great are ~relative terms, as stated above ( 84 2, 153 | general sense, as ~including relative continence, or understood 85 2, 169 | predicated in a limited and relative sense, it follows that revelation 86 2, 170 | called prophecy except in a relative sense. Now we ~must observe 87 2, 186 | respect to exercise ~is relative, since exercise is sought 88 3, 2 | have an absolute unity, but relative only, for ~there remain 89 3, 10 | of men, they would have a relative infinity, i.e. in ~multitude; 90 3, 15 | reference to His personal and relative property, when ~things are 91 3, 16 | But this word "man" is not relative, ~but absolute. Hence, if 92 3, 16 | words of the Apostle the relative "Who" which ~refers to the 93 3, 17 | suppositum. even as all relative things bearing a personal 94 3, 36 | south, these ~being the relative positions of Persia, whence 95 3, 78 | the demonstrative pronoun, relative to the sensible accidents 96 Suppl, 54| side, since sometimes one ~relative is in the third and the 97 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: A relative ought to succeed by right 98 Suppl, 57| succeed by ~adoption. And if a relative, who is not competent to 99 Suppl, 57| he is adopted not as a relative, but as a stranger lacking ~ 100 Suppl, 58| greater sin to know one's own relative, than to ~know the relative 101 Suppl, 58| relative, than to ~know the relative of one's wife. But the former 102 Suppl, 58| with the sister or other relative ~of his wife before contracting


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