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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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identity

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | intellect signifies the identity of the thing by the ~composition 2 1, 27 | understood, although there be no identity of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 28 | divine processions are in the identity of ~the same nature, as 4 1, 28 | relations to a relation of identity, not in every respect, but ~ 5 1, 28 | neither is it by relation of identity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 6 1, 28 | except the relation of identity; and this by reason of God' 7 1, 28 | with each other, if the identity be real and logical; as, 8 1, 28 | equality, and likeness, and identity are relations: and ~they 9 1, 32 | on account ~of the real identity, substantive terms, whether 10 1, 34 | however, it means complete identity, because in God ~the intellect 11 1, 36 | unity in substance makes identity. So if the Father and ~the 12 1, 37 | himself, not only by real identity, but also as the ~object 13 1, 38 | senses. In one way it means identity, as ~Augustine says (In 14 1, 38 | being the Father's by way of identity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 15 1, 39 | relation, and thus ~points to identity of nature. This is, however, 16 1, 39 | of the Father by mode of ~identity by reason of the divine 17 1, 39 | predicated, owing to the real ~identity of essence and person. The 18 1, 39 | the predication is one of identity, and not of the lower in 19 1, 40 | therefore, considering this identity, said that the properties ~ 20 1, 40 | simplicity, a twofold real identity exists as ~regards what 21 1, 40 | According to this twofold identity, property in God is ~the 22 1, 40 | to the ~other reason of identity, whereby whatever is attributed 23 1, 40 | essence, only by mode ~of identity; but in the persons they 24 1, 40 | persons they exist by mode of identity, not ~merely in reality, 25 1, 41 | Begetter by a community of identity, and not only ~of species, 26 1, 37 | himself, not only by real identity, but also as the ~object 27 1, 38 | senses. In one way it means identity, as ~Augustine says (In 28 1, 38 | being the Father's by way of identity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 29 1, 39 | relation, and thus ~points to identity of nature. This is, however, 30 1, 39 | of the Father by mode of ~identity by reason of the divine 31 1, 39 | predicated, owing to the real ~identity of essence and person. The 32 1, 39 | the predication is one of identity, and not of the lower in 33 1, 40 | therefore, considering this identity, said that the properties ~ 34 1, 40 | simplicity, a twofold real identity exists as ~regards what 35 1, 40 | According to this twofold identity, property in God is ~the 36 1, 40 | to the ~other reason of identity, whereby whatever is attributed 37 1, 40 | essence, only by mode of identity; but in the persons they 38 1, 40 | persons they exist by mode of identity, not ~merely in reality, 39 1, 41 | Begetter by a community of identity, and not only ~of species, 40 1, 84 | intellect is a sign of the identity of the components. For the 41 1, 84 | according to this kind of identity ~our intellect predicates 42 1, 116 | master, if we consider the ~identity of the thing known: for 43 1, 117 | for thus there would be identity between begetter and ~begotten, 44 1, 118 | be numerically the same, identity of matter is necessary. 45 2, 18 | guilt. Consequently the identity of object, viz. God, does 46 2, 18 | does not prove a ~specific identity of fear, since also natural 47 2, 60 | over again, it implies identity of object. Hence it would 48 2, 64 | this ~is not enough for identity of species, because there 49 3, 8 | would be not likeness but identity. Accordingly ~a natural 50 3, 10 | of Man on account of the identity ~of suppositum. And in this 51 3, 16 | Essence is God," by reason of identity; and that "the Essence ~ 52 3, 16 | and by ~reason of this identity the Divine Nature is predicated 53 3, 25 | soul: but it is the same by identity of matter, which is destined 54 3, 35 | OBJ 1: On account of the identity of nature and hypostasis 55 3, 50 | identically the same from the identity of the subject. But ~Christ' 56 3, 50 | simply, on account of the identity of ~the suppositum, as stated 57 3, 50 | taken away the unity of identity is also taken ~away. But 58 3, 50 | suppositum follows the unity of identity; but ~by reason of the human 59 3, 74 | closeness of species rather than identity; just as the ~resemblance 60 Suppl, 54| propinquity. ~Consequently identity and too great a distance 61 Suppl, 54| even as where there is identity there is not likeness. In ~ 62 Suppl, 54| generation the blood, the identity of which causes consanguinity, ~ 63 Suppl, 54| the first admixture the identity of ~blood disappears as 64 Suppl, 70| naught is not restored in ~identity; wherefore at the resurrection 65 Suppl, 70| part would rise again in identity, and ~consequently neither 66 Suppl, 70| water remains ~the same in identity), so the organs will be 67 Suppl, 76| AGAIN, AND FIRST OF THEIR IDENTITY ~(THREE ARTICLES)~In the 68 Suppl, 76| in ~common, namely their identity, their integrity, and their 69 Suppl, 76| inquire (1) about their identity; (2) about their integrity; ( 70 Suppl, 76| there cannot be numerical identity where there is ~numerical 71 Suppl, 76| be resumed in numerical identity. Therefore the body will 72 Suppl, 76| nonentity cannot be resumed in identity. This is clear from ~the 73 Suppl, 76| fact that there cannot be identity where there is distinction 74 Suppl, 76| body does not return in identity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[79] A[ 75 Suppl, 76| rising again ~differs, not in identity, but in condition, so that 76 Suppl, 76| not make a difference of identity. Therefore the selfsame 77 Suppl, 76| repetition is opposed to identity, since repetition ~implies 78 Suppl, 76| implies number, whereas identity implies unity, and these 79 Suppl, 76| maintain), cannot be resumed in identity. ~Therefore the man who 80 Suppl, 76| specific but not numerical ~identity, because from man blood 81 Suppl, 76| reason does not disprove the identity of humanity, because ~union 82 Suppl, 76| this cannot prevent the identity of humanity, because the 83 Suppl, 76| self-same movement. Yet the identity of the rising man with the 84 Suppl, 76| like manner neither is the ~identity of humanity prevented if 85 Suppl, 76| part cannot prevent the identity of the ~whole animal, not 86 Suppl, 76| matter causes difference of identity. But ~if the ashes return 87 Suppl, 76| does not cause a change of identity. Now ~the situation of parts 88 Suppl, 76| does ~not cause a change of identity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[79] A[ 89 Suppl, 76| done without prejudice to identity, and what will be done for ~ 90 Suppl, 76| nowise prejudicial to the identity of the whole. Thus is it 91 Suppl, 76| parts, but also in their identity: yet so ~that the whole 92 Suppl, 76| transferred to another. Now the identity of parts being ~taken away, 93 Suppl, 76| parts being ~taken away, the identity of the whole is removed, 94 Suppl, 76| of another ~destroys the identity, and how it does not.~Aquin.: 95 Suppl, 76| does not ~cause a change of identity, although difference of 96 Suppl, 77| derogate from numerical identity, ~as neither does the ebb 97 Suppl, 80| nothing is an obstacle to identity, save that ~which is a cause


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