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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inequality

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1 1, 23 | nature and original sin; and inequality in them arises ~from the 2 1, 31 | triplicity is a kind of inequality. Therefore neither ~is there 3 1, 31 | signifies a proportion of ~inequality; for it is a species of 4 1, 35 | consider either equality or inequality in God, ~as Augustine says ( 5 1, 42 | that if there were any inequality in the divine persons, they ~ 6 1, 42 | essence; nor can there be inequality or dissimilitude arising 7 1, 47 | distinction of things.~(2) Their inequality.~(3) The unity of the world.~ 8 1, 47 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the inequality of things is from God?~Aquin.: 9 1, 47 | It would seem that the inequality of things is not from God. 10 1, 47 | works. Since, therefore, no inequality ~of things is presupposed 11 1, 47 | and ~all equal; and that inequality arose in them from free-will, 12 1, 47 | wisdom is the cause of their ~inequality. This may be explained as 13 1, 47 | distinction always requires inequality, because as the Philosopher 14 1, 47 | so it is the ~cause of inequality. For the universe would 15 1, 47 | proceeds, to which belongs inequality; but nevertheless even creatures ~ 16 1, 47 | distribution of rewards, the inequality of which is ~due to unequal 17 1, 47 | constitution of things there is no ~inequality of parts through any preceding 18 1, 47 | parts through any preceding inequality, either of merits or ~of 19 1, 47 | disposition of the matter; but inequality comes from the ~perfection 20 1, 48 | requires that there should be inequality in things, so that ~every 21 1, 65 | Now God is just: therefore inequality not created by God must ~ 22 1, 65 | by God must ~precede all inequality created by Him. But an inequality 23 1, 65 | inequality created by Him. But an inequality not created by ~God can 24 1, 65 | free-will, and consequently all inequality results from the different 25 1, 75 | diversity of species and inequality of nature; because, as ~ 26 1, 75 | difference of species and inequality of nature: or ~else the 27 1, 42 | that if there were any inequality in the divine persons, they ~ 28 1, 42 | essence; nor can there be inequality or dissimilitude arising 29 1, 48 | distinction of things.~(2) Their inequality.~(3) The unity of the world.~ 30 1, 48 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the inequality of things is from God?~Aquin.: 31 1, 48 | It would seem that the inequality of things is not from God. 32 1, 48 | works. Since, therefore, no inequality ~of things is presupposed 33 1, 48 | and ~all equal; and that inequality arose in them from free-will, 34 1, 48 | wisdom is the cause of their ~inequality. This may be explained as 35 1, 48 | distinction always requires inequality, because as the Philosopher 36 1, 48 | so it is the ~cause of inequality. For the universe would 37 1, 48 | proceeds, to which belongs inequality; but nevertheless even creatures ~ 38 1, 48 | distribution of rewards, the inequality of which is ~due to unequal 39 1, 48 | constitution of things there is no ~inequality of parts through any preceding 40 1, 48 | parts through any preceding inequality, either of merits or ~of 41 1, 48 | disposition of the matter; but inequality comes from the ~perfection 42 1, 49 | requires that there should be inequality in things, so that ~every 43 1, 66 | Now God is just: therefore inequality not created by God must ~ 44 1, 66 | by God must ~precede all inequality created by Him. But an inequality 45 1, 66 | inequality created by Him. But an inequality not created by ~God can 46 1, 66 | free-will, and consequently all inequality ~results from the different 47 1, 74 | diversity of species and inequality of nature; because, as ~ 48 1, 74 | difference of species and inequality of nature: or ~else the 49 1, 91 | is no sin, there is no ~inequality." But woman is naturally 50 1, 91 | reason predominates. Nor is inequality among men excluded ~by the 51 1, 95 | is no sin, there is no ~inequality." But in the state of innocence 52 1, 95 | But the cause ~of present inequality among men seems to arise, 53 1, 95 | order ~chiefly consists in inequality; for Augustine says (De 54 1, 95 | most proper and orderly, ~inequality would have existed.~Aquin.: 55 1, 95 | there ~would have been some inequality, at least as regards sex, 56 1, 95 | soul, there would have been inequality as to ~righteousness and 57 1, 95 | Gregory means to exclude such inequality as ~exists between virtue 58 1, 95 | Reply OBJ 3: The cause of inequality could be on the part of 59 1, 95 | shine ~forth among men. Inequality might also arise on the 60 1, 112 | are equal in nature, still inequality exists ~among them, according 61 2, 4 | understood as referring to inequality of quantity; because even 62 2, 4 | angels. But it refers to ~inequality of proportion: because the 63 2, 66 | abundance, ~there can be inequality. Now virtues admit of greater 64 2, 112 | the Divine care; and thus, inequality is found, ~inasmuch as God 65 2, 114 | man there is the greatest ~inequality: for they are infinitely 66 2, 114 | because of the very great inequality. But there is congruity, ~ 67 2, 25 | several, there should be no inequality of love. Now there is one 68 2, 25 | are bound to observe this inequality, because we cannot do ~good 69 2, 25 | thus ~unequal. The other inequality arises from our loving some 70 2, 25 | mean to exclude the latter inequality, but ~the former, as is 71 2, 30 | of iniquity," i.e., of ~"inequality," because they are not distributed 72 2, 57 | is apparently the same as inequality or iniquity. ~Therefore 73 2, 57 | injustice in reference to an inequality between one person and ~ 74 2, 57 | willingly. For ~injustice is inequality, as stated above (A[2]). 75 2, 57 | causes neither injustice nor inequality. For a man's ~ownership 76 2, 60 | unjust ~taking has caused inequality. Now equality is restored 77 2, 60 | be considered. One is the inequality on the part of the thing, 78 2, 60 | part of the thing, which ~inequality is sometimes void of injustice, 79 2, 61 | which may cause an opposite inequality. Now respect of ~persons 80 2, 61 | persons involves a certain inequality, in so far as something 81 2, 76 | this evidently leads to ~inequality which is contrary to justice. 82 3, 3 | nature, as Arius, who held an inequality ~of Persons, according to 83 Suppl, 12| satisfaction ~presupposes inequality among actions, which inequality 84 Suppl, 12| inequality among actions, which inequality constitutes an ~offense; 85 Suppl, 12| inflicted ~entailed of itself an inequality of justice, and consequently 86 Suppl, 12| justice, and consequently an ~inequality opposed to friendship, so 87 Suppl, 12| aims not only at removing inequality already ~existing, by punishing 88 Suppl, 14| reason of a ~debt, the only inequality between them is that which 89 Suppl, 14| on ~an offense, there is inequality not only of justice but


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