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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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plurality

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | reality and idea; for the plurality of this individual thing 2 1, 13 | in idea corresponds the plurality of predicate and subject, ~ 3 1, 13 | conceptions. Therefore the plurality of predicate and ~subject 4 1, 13 | subject represents the plurality of idea; and the intellect 5 1, 15 | Therefore in Him there is no plurality of ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 15 | on the contrary ~that the plurality of ideas is eternal. If, 7 1, 15 | not from eternity, ~the plurality of ideas cannot be from 8 1, 15 | follows that there is a real plurality in God other than the plurality 9 1, 15 | plurality in God other than the plurality of ~Persons: and this is 10 1, 15 | understanding to be formed by a plurality of images. ~Hence many ideas 11 1, 28 | does ~not follow from their plurality that there are many relations 12 1, 30 | 30] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE PLURALITY OF PERSONS IN GOD (FOUR 13 1, 30 | now led to consider the plurality of the persons: about which ~ 14 1, 30 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Plurality of absolute properties does 15 1, 30 | therefore is this effected by a plurality of relations. But in God 16 1, 30 | But in God there ~is no plurality but of relations (Q[28], 17 1, 30 | which has no number." But plurality implies number. Therefore 18 1, 30 | Q[28], A[3]). Hence the ~plurality of persons in God.~Aquin.: 19 1, 30 | God exclude every kind ~of plurality of absolute things, but 20 1, 30 | absolute things, but not plurality of relations. Because ~relations 21 1, 30 | persons in God. For ~the plurality of persons in God arises 22 1, 30 | persons in God arises from the plurality of the relative ~properties 23 1, 30 | negative and removing sense, as plurality ~is employed to remove unity, 24 1, 30 | unity, and unity to remove plurality; it follows ~that a vicious 25 1, 30 | companionship" - that is, plurality - "we exclude the idea of 26 1, 30 | one God, unity ~excludes plurality of gods, and does not imply 27 1, 30 | we may observe that all plurality is a ~consequence of division. 28 1, 30 | solitude is ~excluded by plurality, and the plurality of gods 29 1, 30 | excluded by plurality, and the plurality of gods by unity, it does 30 1, 31 | BELONGS TO THE UNITY OR PLURALITY IN GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 31 1, 31 | belongs to the unity or plurality in God; which ~gives rise 32 1, 31 | number of persons. And so the plurality of persons in God requires 33 1, 31 | indeterminately signified ~by plurality, is signified by trinity 34 1, 31 | implied in a collective term, plurality of ~the "supposita," and 35 1, 31 | for in God there is no plurality of ~Sons. Yet, we do not 36 1, 31 | with God, nevertheless, if plurality of persons did not exist 37 1, 32 | Reply OBJ 3: Since the real plurality in God is founded only on 38 1, 36 | this would imply in Him a plurality of subjects.~Aquin.: SMT 39 1, 36 | spirating, by reason of the plurality of the "supposita" but not 40 1, 39 | used on account of the ~plurality of persons. Therefore the 41 1, 39 | wherefore the ~singularity or plurality of a substantive name depends 42 1, 39 | subject, so they have unity or plurality from their subject; and ~ 43 1, 39 | therefore the singularity and plurality of adjectives depends upon 44 1, 39 | plurally, by reason ~of the plurality of "supposita." For we say 45 1, 39 | So as ~by reason of the plurality of "supposita" the Greeks 46 1, 39 | or to "substance," lest plurality be ~referred to the substance.~ 47 1, 42 | numbers, thus involving a plurality." Now ~the reason of this 48 1, 42 | 1~On the contrary, Where plurality exists without order, confusion 49 1, 47 | are called exemplars, the plurality of ideas ~corresponds in 50 1, 47 | in the divine mind to the plurality of things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 51 1, 47 | No agent intends material plurality as the end forasmuch as ~ 52 1, 76 | OBJ 6: Augustine denies a plurality of souls, that would involve 53 1, 76 | souls, that would involve a ~plurality of species.~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 39 | used on account of the ~plurality of persons. Therefore the 55 1, 39 | wherefore the ~singularity or plurality of a substantive name depends 56 1, 39 | subject, so they have unity or plurality from their subject; and ~ 57 1, 39 | therefore the singularity and plurality of adjectives depends upon 58 1, 39 | plurally, by reason ~of the plurality of "supposita." For we say 59 1, 39 | So as ~by reason of the plurality of "supposita" the Greeks 60 1, 39 | or to "substance," lest plurality be ~referred to the substance.~ 61 1, 42 | numbers, thus involving a plurality." Now ~the reason of this 62 1, 42 | 1~On the contrary, Where plurality exists without order, confusion 63 1, 48 | are called exemplars, the plurality of ideas ~corresponds in 64 1, 48 | in the divine mind to the plurality of things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 65 1, 48 | No agent intends material plurality as the end forasmuch as ~ 66 1, 75 | OBJ 6: Augustine denies a plurality of souls, that would involve 67 1, 75 | souls, that would involve a ~plurality of species.~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 90 | these words is signified the plurality of the Divine Person, Whose 69 1, 92 | says (De Trin. iv): "The plurality of the Divine ~Persons is 70 2, 93 | certain distinction and plurality, according to their ~different 71 3, 17 | what pertains to unity and plurality ~in detail: thus we concluded ( 72 3, 19 | a ~form or nature. Hence plurality of operations is not incompatible 73 3, 19 | considering the ~unity and plurality of operations in Christ.~ 74 3, 20 | inasmuch as this implies a plurality of supposita, which is required 75 3, 35 | person. Because the unity or plurality of a relation is ~considered 76 3, 75 | instant, ~or even their plurality, is not taken according 77 3, 90 | matter, we find a kind of plurality, ~there we shall find a 78 Suppl, 29| to be done. Nor does the plurality of ministers ~destroy the 79 Suppl, 64| of the marriage debt; (2) plurality of wives; ~(3) bigamy; ( 80 Suppl, 65| 65] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PLURALITY OF WIVES (FIVE ARTICLES)~ 81 Suppl, 65| We must now consider the plurality of wives. Under this head 82 Suppl, 65| a believer. Accordingly plurality ~of wives neither wholly 83 Suppl, 65| what has been ~said that plurality of wives is in a way against 84 Suppl, 65| all ~animals." Accordingly plurality of wives, though not contrary 85 Suppl, 65| would seem ~to show that plurality of wives is against the 86 Suppl, 65| marriage; and therefore plurality of ~wives is not against 87 Suppl, 65| all times and places." Now plurality of wives is ~forbidden by 88 Suppl, 65| Now the Old Law mentions plurality of wives without any prohibition ~ 89 Suppl, 65| stated above (A[1], ad 7,8), plurality of wives is ~said to be 90 Suppl, 65| the precept forbidding a plurality of ~wives was framed, as 91 Suppl, 65| as one, nevertheless the plurality of ~wives signified the 92 Suppl, 66| non-being does not cause plurality, ~a man who has two wives 93 Suppl, 67| 1]) in reference to the plurality of wives and so forth. But 94 Suppl, 90| part of the object, and the plurality of mansions ~corresponds


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