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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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genera

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | principle. But there are ~many "genera" of accidents. If, therefore, 2 1, 3 | primal members of these ~genera are not in God, there will 3 1, 4 | the differences by which "genera" are divided, and ~"species" 4 1, 4 | as the ~principle of all "genera."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[4] A[ 5 1, 6 | indeed they are in different genera. Now we say that God is ~ 6 1, 10 | OBJ 2: Further, different genera have different measures. 7 1, 11 | which penetrates all ~"genera." But "one" is a determinate 8 1, 12 | namely, the ~species and the genera of things and their types, 9 1, 15 | only species, but also ~genera, singulars, and accidents. 10 1, 28 | genus; ~forasmuch as other genera, as quantity and quality, 11 1, 28 | that in each of ~the nine genera of accidents there are two 12 1, 28 | nature of each one of these genera. In the genera, apart from 13 1, 28 | of these genera. In the genera, apart from that ~of "relation," 14 1, 29 | second substances are ~the "genera" or "species." Therefore 15 1, 29 | says (De Duab. Nat.) that genera and ~species only subsist; 16 1, 29 | substanding. Therefore, since ~genera and species are not hypostases 17 1, 29 | OBJ 4: Boethius says that genera and species subsist, inasmuch 18 1, 29 | fact that they ~belong to genera and species comprised in 19 1, 29 | because the species and genera themselves subsist; except 20 1, 29 | outside ~the essence of genera and species.~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 30 | individual ~thing. The names of genera and species, as man or animal, 22 1, 41 | action is one of the ten "genera." ~Therefore any action 23 1, 42 | the taking of species from genera; but this mode ~has no place 24 1, 48 | not in a genus, but are genera of other things." Therefore 25 1, 48 | and evil are said to be genera not simply, but in ~regard 26 1, 76 | animals; and in each of these genera ~there are various degrees. 27 1, 41 | action is one of the ten "genera." ~Therefore any action 28 1, 42 | the taking of species from genera; but this mode ~has no place 29 1, 49 | not in a genus, but are genera of other things." Therefore 30 1, 49 | and evil are said to be genera not simply, but in ~regard 31 1, 75 | animals; and in each of these genera ~there are various degrees. 32 1, 77 | to be distinguished five genera of powers in the soul?~Aquin.: 33 1, 77 | to be distinguished five genera ~of powers in the soul - 34 1, 77 | Therefore ~there are only three genera of powers in the soul, and 35 1, 77 | Therefore there ~are only four genera of powers of the soul, as 36 1, 77 | answer that, There are five genera of powers of the soul, as 37 1, 77 | evident that the latter two genera of the soul's powers have 38 1, 78 | OBJ 2: Further, different genera of the soul's powers are 39 1, 78 | intellectual are different genera of the soul's powers as 40 1, 78 | intellectual powers are different genera ~of powers in the soul, 41 1, 78 | established in their ~proper genera and species: and that our 42 1, 78 | to have knowledge of the genera and species of ~things. 43 1, 78 | according to their proper genera, nevertheless agree in the 44 1, 84 | represent belong to different genera. Therefore it is impossible ~ 45 1, 85 | intellect can naturally know "genera" and "species." ~But there 46 1, 85 | infinity of species in some genera, as in number, ~proportion, 47 1, 112 | deputed to the different "genera" of things, for ~instance, 48 1, 117 | the creation of any new genera and species, which may not 49 2, 8 | means ~are in different genera of good: because the end, 50 2, 8 | and color are different ~genera of sensibles, to which are 51 2, 35 | contained under contrary genera are not contrary as to their 52 2, 35 | which are in ~the contrary genera of virtue and vice, are 53 2, 35 | species ~belonging to contrary genera, are not only not contrary 54 2, 35 | According to their respective genera, they are contrary to one 55 2, 35 | sense in which we ~speak of genera and species. But sometimes 56 2, 54 | matter belong ~to different genera): so, too, generic diversity 57 2, 54 | power. And even as several genera may be included in one genus, ~ 58 2, 57 | distinct from one another as genera which are not subalternate, 59 2, 4 | not be placed in different genera. ~Now "substance" and "evidence" 60 2, 4 | evidence" are different genera, and neither is ~subalternate 61 2, 4 | condivided with the other genera, but for that likeness to 62 2, 4 | faith, do not denote various genera of faith, nor different 63 2, 20 | they belong to different genera, it follows ~that presumption 64 2, 80 | act is common to various genera of ~acts. But devotion is 65 2, 80 | devotion is common to various genera of acts, namely, corporal ~ 66 2, 80 | is to be found in various genera of acts, not as a ~species 67 2, 80 | not as a ~species of those genera, but as the motion of the 68 2, 93 | be a species of diverse genera. Now divination is ~apparently 69 2, 152 | contained under different genera that are not ~subalternated 70 2, 160 | a species of ~different genera. Now boasting is reckoned 71 2, 181 | or perfect. For "diverse genera ~have diverse species and 72 3, 7 | when they are of divers genera, there is nothing to prevent ~ 73 3, 7 | grace; but is above all genera even as the ~Divine Person 74 3, 37 | is ~clear in the names of genera and species, as stated Metaph. 75 3, 60 | that belong to different genera. ~Since, therefore, sensible 76 3, 60 | and words are of different genera, for ~sensible things are 77 3, 73 | Further, it is impossible for genera to be multiplied without 78 Suppl, 56| since things of different genera ~sometimes cause one another 79 Suppl, 88| to essential parts, ~both genera and species. Therefore it 80 Suppl, 96| predicate) ~regards the genera and not the individuals:


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