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affirmation 58
affirmations 3
affirmative 88
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affirmatives 1
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88 dimensive
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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affirmative

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | name of ~God?~(12) Whether affirmative propositions can be formed 2 1, 13 | as regards absolute and affirmative names of God, as "good," " 3 1, 13 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether affirmative propositions can be formed 4 1, 13 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that affirmative propositions cannot be formed 5 1, 13 | everything about which an ~affirmative proposition is made is taken 6 1, 13 | a subject. Therefore an ~affirmative proposition cannot be formed 7 1, 13 | Therefore since every affirmative intellect ~understands something 8 1, 13 | it follows that a true affirmative ~proposition about God cannot 9 1, 13 | cannot be false. But some affirmative ~propositions are of faith; 10 1, 13 | omnipotent. Therefore true affirmative propositions can be formed 11 1, 13 | 1/2~I answer that, True affirmative propositions can be formed 12 1, 13 | know that in every true affirmative proposition the ~predicate 13 1, 16 | understand this unless the affirmative ~must be resolved into the 14 1, 19 | opposed; since either ~is affirmative. God therefore neither wills 15 1, 39 | then, on the contrary, the affirmative proposition ~is true, and 16 1, 39 | better to say simply that the affirmative ~proposition is false, and 17 1, 39 | that both the negative and affirmative are false, because this 18 1, 39 | this relative ~"Who" in the affirmative proposition can be referred 19 1, 39 | suppositum." Whence, in the affirmative the sense is that "to be 20 1, 58 | speaking to ~men, angels use affirmative and negative expressions, 21 1, 58 | The fact that angels use affirmative and negative forms of ~speech, 22 1, 39 | then, on the contrary, the affirmative proposition ~is true, and 23 1, 39 | better to say simply that the affirmative ~proposition is false, and 24 1, 39 | that both the negative and affirmative are false, because this 25 1, 39 | this relative ~"Who" in the affirmative proposition can be referred 26 1, 39 | suppositum." Whence, in the affirmative the sense is that "to be 27 1, 59 | speaking to ~men, angels use affirmative and negative expressions, 28 1, 59 | The fact that angels use affirmative and negative forms of ~speech, 29 1, 84 | division, as appears in affirmative and negative propositions. 30 2, 71 | omission is contrary to an affirmative precept ~which binds always, 31 2, 71 | for the time at which the affirmative precept binds him to act.~ 32 2, 72 | Now in God's law, the affirmative precepts, against which 33 2, 72 | the necessity for various affirmative and ~negative precepts, 34 2, 72 | which we are induced by the affirmative ~precepts. Wherefore the 35 2, 72 | precepts. Wherefore the affirmative and negative precepts do 36 2, 76 | at the time at which the affirmative precept is binding, so is 37 2, 77 | opinion about a universal affirmative proposition, and at the 38 2, 77 | knowledge ~about a universal affirmative proposition, and actually 39 2, 88 | precept of the Apostle is affirmative, and so it does ~not bind 40 2, 89 | when man is bound by God's affirmative precept, which the Lord 41 2, 100 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the affirmative precepts in the Law are 42 2, 100 | am the Lord thy God," is affirmative: and ~that which follows, " 43 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The affirmative precepts are distinct from 44 2, 100 | the former. But when an affirmative precept is ~included in 45 2, 100 | virtue are prescribed by the affirmative ~precepts, and acts of vice 46 2, 100 | should ~have preceded the affirmative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 47 2, 100 | argument holds in respect of affirmative and ~negative precepts about 48 2, 100 | belongs to the first table, an affirmative precept is placed ~last, 49 2, 100 | formulated. Because the affirmative precepts direct man to acts 50 2, 100 | there should have been an affirmative and a negative precept. ~ 51 2, 100 | Therefore it was unfitting that affirmative precepts should be framed 52 2, 100 | that there are only two affirmative precepts; one ~about the 53 2, 100 | its kind: because it is an affirmative ~precept that binds one 54 2, 100 | And ~since these are two affirmative precepts, not binding for 55 2, 3 | confession of faith is something ~affirmative, it can only fall under 56 2, 3 | it can only fall under an affirmative precept. Hence its ~necessity 57 2, 3 | on how it falls under an affirmative ~precept of the Divine law. 58 2, 3 | precept of the Divine law. Now affirmative precepts as stated above ( 59 2, 15 | precepts ~about teaching - both affirmative precepts as, for example, ( 60 2, 21 | enough that he receive an affirmative precept as to what he has 61 2, 60 | lawfully delay to restore. For affirmative precepts do not bind ~for 62 2, 60 | restitution is binding through an ~affirmative precept. Therefore a man 63 2, 60 | making of restitution is ~affirmative in form, it implies a negative 64 2, 69 | performing works of mercy, being ~affirmative, is binding according to 65 2, 77 | omission which is opposed to an affirmative precept.~Aquin.: SMT SS 66 2, 77 | omission is ~opposed to affirmative precepts, which regard the 67 2, 77 | the doing of good. Now ~affirmative precepts bind not for always, 68 2, 77 | they are opposed to ~an affirmative precept. Therefore omission 69 2, 77 | as omission is opposed to affirmative precepts, so is ~transgression 70 2, 77 | for any infringement of an affirmative or ~negative precept, disposing 71 2, 120 | point of fact there is one affirmative precept about ~religion, 72 2, 120 | did not behoove to include affirmative ~precepts about those duties 73 2, 138 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, affirmative precepts are of greater 74 2, 138 | negative ~precepts, since the affirmative include the negative, but 75 2, 138 | are negative rather than affirmative.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[140] A[ 76 2, 138 | precepts of fortitude are not affirmative but only negative, as stated 77 2, 138 | have ~been negative and not affirmative.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[140] A[ 78 2, 138 | above (Q[3], A[2]), although affirmative precepts ~are always binding, 79 2, 138 | time. Wherefore just as the affirmative precepts about the ~other 80 2, 168 | should have included an affirmative precept directly ~prescribing 81 2, 168 | possible to give any common ~affirmative precepts of temperance, 82 3, 16 | God is man." For every ~affirmative proposition of remote matter 83 3, 16 | aforesaid proposition is affirmative, it would seem to be false.~ 84 Suppl, 6 | seems too ~severe, because affirmative precepts bind, not at once, 85 Suppl, 6 | account of the nature of an ~affirmative precept, so that before 86 Suppl, 6 | with the fulfillment of an affirmative precept, which ~binds always, 87 Suppl, 64| does not ask for it. For an affirmative precept is ~binding only 88 Suppl, 64| OBJ 2: Further, it is an affirmative precept that binds us to


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