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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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differences

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | genus, for every genus has differences distinct from ~its generic 2 1, 3 | differ, they differ by some ~differences, and therefore must be composite. 3 1, 3 | things do not differ by added differences - for this ~is the property 4 1, 3 | and horse differ by their ~differences, rational and irrational; 5 1, 3 | rational and irrational; which differences, however, do not ~differ 6 1, 3 | from each other by other differences. Hence, to be quite accurate, ~ 7 1, 4 | specific ~difference. But the differences by which "genera" are divided, 8 1, 10 | to eternity. Still these differences follow upon the ~essential 9 1, 10 | the ~essential and primary differences, that eternity is simultaneously 10 1, 29 | Reply OBJ 3: Substantial differences being unknown to us, or 11 1, 29 | necessary to use accidental differences in ~the place of substantial; 12 1, 48 | evil are not constitutive differences except in ~morals, which 13 1, 48 | good and evil are specific differences in moral things; ~good in 14 1, 57 | present and the future are differences of time. But ~the angel' 15 1, 75 | to other species, because differences which ~divide a "genus" 16 1, 76 | explained, if we consider the differences of species and ~forms. For 17 1, 77 | rational are substantial differences; and ~they are taken from 18 1, 77 | Rational and sensitive, as differences, are not taken from ~the 19 1, 77 | accidents for substantial differences.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 20 1, 77 | rational" and "irrational" are differences ~dividing animal, constituting 21 1, 77 | Therefore by reason of such differences the powers of the soul are ~ 22 1, 49 | evil are not constitutive differences except in ~morals, which 23 1, 49 | good and evil are specific differences in moral things; ~good in 24 1, 58 | present and the future are differences of time. But ~the angel' 25 1, 74 | to other species, because differences which ~divide a "genus" 26 1, 75 | explained, if we consider the differences of species and ~forms. For 27 1, 76 | rational are substantial differences; and ~they are taken from 28 1, 76 | Rational and sensitive, as differences, are not taken from ~the 29 1, 76 | accidents for substantial differences.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 30 1, 76 | rational" and "irrational" are differences ~dividing animal, constituting 31 1, 76 | Therefore by reason of such differences the powers of the soul are ~ 32 1, 78 | is ~necessary for these differences," namely, the passive and 33 1, 78 | according to the individual differences of that object: just as 34 1, 78 | is ~not differentiated by differences of black and white. Now, 35 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Many differences differentiate the sensitive 36 1, 79 | differentiated by accidental ~differences, as we have seen above ( 37 1, 79 | apprehended. Wherefore differences in the thing apprehended 38 1, 79 | apprehended are of ~themselves differences of the appetible. And so 39 1, 81 | differentiated by special ~differences which are contained under 40 1, 89 | differentiated by certain differences, and thus would be composite. ~ 41 1, 89 | differ from one another by differences which enter into their ~ 42 1, 90 | penetrates further into the differences of things, he may ~freely 43 1, 92 | corruptible and ~incorruptible are differences of universal beings. But 44 1, 107 | explained (A[4]); and these ~differences will ever remain in the 45 1, 107 | in the angels; for these differences of ~natures cannot be taken 46 2, 18 | actions; since essential differences cause a difference of species.~ 47 2, 18 | genus has its determinate differences. But an ~action of one same 48 2, 18 | giving of alms. Now the ~differences that divide a genus, and 49 2, 18 | to the end, one of these differences is an essential ~determination 50 2, 18 | good and evil are specific differences of moral ~actions. Therefore 51 2, 19 | Good and evil are essential differences of the act of the ~will. 52 2, 19 | good and ~evil are specific differences of the act of the will, 53 2, 20 | we are speaking now are ~differences of the moral act. Now differences 54 2, 20 | differences of the moral act. Now differences make an essential division ~ 55 2, 23 | withdrawal. Now the first two differences cause ~contrariety in the 56 2, 30 | distinguished according to ~the differences of that good. Now the diversity 57 2, 30 | OBJ 2: Further, material differences makes no difference of species, 58 2, 40 | possible and impossible are differences of the true and ~the false, 59 2, 46 | contains potentially many differences, according to a likeness ~ 60 2, 46 | genus derives its specific differences from accidents. But these 61 2, 49 | of another genus; ~but "differences should be proper to a genus," 62 2, 49 | to change are ~specific differences (of a quality), although 63 2, 49 | genus of quality. For these differences, though ~apparently accidental 64 2, 49 | nevertheless designate differences ~which are proper and essential 65 2, 49 | accidental instead of substantial differences, ~in so far as by the former, 66 2, 60 | according to the specific differences of their objects, as stated 67 2, 63 | 2/2~The other specific differences among habits is taken from 68 2, 72 | species, e.g. specific differences. But punishment follows 69 2, 89 | are many more than three differences and degrees ~of venial sins. 70 2, 107 | 1/3~Reply OBJ 2: All the differences assigned between the Old 71 2, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, material differences can be multiplied indefinitely, 72 2, 2 | belief differed ~according to differences of times and persons. The 73 2, 16 | answer that, Since specific differences, by their very nature, divide ~ 74 2, 45 | corresponding to the above differences of matter.~Aquin.: SMT SS 75 2, 55 | Further, there are many other differences of degrees among men, ~for 76 2, 55 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: All other differences between one person and another 77 2, 97 | sacrilege, according to differences of sacred persons and places.~ 78 2, 97 | degrees, according to the ~differences of sacred things. Among 79 2, 166 | the same applies to other differences of outward movements. Therefore ~ 80 2, 177 | speculative" and "practical," are differences of the ~intellect (De Anima 81 2, 181 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Differences of state, offices and grades 82 2, 181 | have diverse species and differences" [*Aristotle, Categ. ii]. 83 2, 181 | Therefore it would seem that the differences of states should ~not be 84 3, 58 | For right and left are differences of bodily position. ~But 85 3, 77 | and "small" as the first differences of matter (Aristotle, ~Metaph. 86 Suppl, 69| quantity according to ~the differences of sins and merits. Now 87 Suppl, 70| as it abstracts from all differences of time, ~since it regards 88 Suppl, 79| Metaph. vi, 12), essential ~differences are unknown to us, we sometimes 89 Suppl, 79| sometimes employ accidental differences ~in order to signify essential 90 Suppl, 79| order to signify essential differences from which the accidental ~ 91 Suppl, 79| from which the accidental ~differences result. Hence "mortal" is 92 Suppl, 79| but also of the minutest ~differences of odors.~Aquin.: SMT XP 93 Suppl, 90| mansions ~corresponds to the differences of beatitude on the part 94 Suppl, 94| alive by fuel. But ~the differences do not argue a difference 95 Appen1, 2| Apostle, who denotes the ~differences of venial sins by wood,


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