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predicament 9
predicamental 1
predicaments 36
predicate 79
predicated 343
predicates 3
predication 31
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79 freed
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79 prudent
79 rules
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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predicate

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | self-evident because ~the predicate is included in the essence 2 1, 2 | therefore the ~essence of the predicate and subject be known to 3 1, 2 | whom the essence of the predicate ~and subject is unknown, 4 1, 2 | know the meaning of the predicate and subject ~of the proposition. 5 1, 2 | is self-evident, for the predicate is the same as the ~subject, 6 1, 3 | by ~the mind in joining a predicate to a subject. Taking "to 7 1, 4 | Pythagoreans and Leucippus, did not predicate ~"best" and "most perfect" 8 1, 12 | either ~the subject, or the predicate, or the composition; but 9 1, 13 | affirmative proposition the ~predicate and the subject signify 10 1, 13 | which have an accidental predicate, and in those which have ~ 11 1, 13 | which have ~an essential predicate. For it is manifest that " 12 1, 13 | called ~man; hence here again predicate and subject are the same 13 1, 13 | and what it places in the predicate it draws to the nature of ~ 14 1, 13 | corresponds the plurality of predicate and subject, ~while the 15 1, 13 | Therefore the plurality of predicate and ~subject represents 16 1, 16 | some form signified by the predicate: and this clearly shows ~ 17 1, 17 | from the fact that the ~predicate is contained in the definition 18 1, 18 | accidental but an essential predicate. ~Sometimes, however, life 19 1, 19 | the terms, as when the ~predicate forms part of the definition 20 1, 19 | part of the notion of the predicate; thus it is absolutely ~ 21 1, 25 | another, possible if the predicate is not incompatible with ~ 22 1, 25 | absolutely impossible when the ~predicate is altogether incompatible 23 1, 31 | regards either the personal predicate or ~the essential predicate. 24 1, 31 | predicate or ~the essential predicate. But it cannot be the former, 25 1, 31 | imports the order of the ~predicate to the subject; as this 26 1, 31 | other "suppositum" from the ~predicate. Thus, when we say, "Socrates 27 1, 31 | in God, as excluding the ~predicate from all things but God; 28 1, 31 | solitude, in ~reference to a predicate.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 29 1, 31 | speaking, does not affect ~the predicate, which is taken formally, 30 1, 31 | applied either ~to subject or predicate. For we can say, "Only Socrates" - 31 1, 31 | meaning be assumed in the ~predicate, as, for instance, "The 32 1, 31 | relative be referred to the predicate, and not to the ~"suppositum." 33 1, 31 | personal term, even though the predicate is common. For our Lord 34 1, 31 | the exclusion ~affects the predicate. And thus the proposition 35 1, 39 | modified by a term in the ~predicate, as to its signification; 36 1, 39 | sense signified in ~the predicate. But when I say, "God creates," 37 1, 39 | reason ~of the notional predicate, stand for person.~Aquin.: 38 1, 39 | God creates"; because this predicate is attributed to the subject ~ 39 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a predicate can stand for that of which 40 1, 41 | permanent, receives as predicate the thing generated therefrom 41 1, 58 | both the subject and the ~predicate, as forming parts of one 42 1, 58 | composing and dividing, ~the predicate is compared with the subject. 43 1, 76 | to the ~definition of the predicate; as a surface is presupposed 44 1, 39 | modified by a term in the ~predicate, as to its signification; 45 1, 39 | sense signified in ~the predicate. But when I say, "God creates," 46 1, 39 | reason ~of the notional predicate, stand for person.~Aquin.: 47 1, 39 | God creates"; because this predicate is attributed to the subject ~ 48 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a predicate can stand for that of which 49 1, 41 | permanent, receives as predicate the thing generated therefrom 50 1, 59 | both the subject and the ~predicate, as forming parts of one 51 1, 59 | composing and dividing, ~the predicate is compared with the subject. 52 1, 75 | to the ~definition of the predicate; as a surface is presupposed 53 1, 84 | what is signified by the predicate and the ~subject, and which 54 2, 40 | ensues from the relation of a predicate ~to a subject. The object 55 2, 94 | self-evident in itself, if its predicate is contained in the ~notion 56 2, 113 | understand the subject and predicate together, ~inasmuch as they 57 2, 172 | The fact that a particular predicate is applicable to one ~thing 58 3, 2 | Christ is ~man, we do not predicate substance, but quality or 59 3, 16 | signified by the ~subject and predicate are most widely apart. Therefore, 60 3, 16 | may truly ~and properly predicate a word signifying that nature 61 3, 16 | signifying one form and the predicate another. But when two forms 62 3, 16 | whatever is predicated of the predicate may be ~predicated of the 63 3, 16 | merely consider what the ~predicate is predicated of, but also 64 3, 16 | mention ~the Godhead we do not predicate of it the idioms," i.e. 65 3, 16 | of concrete words we may predicate indifferently what ~belongs 66 3, 16 | either the subject or the predicate; and in this sense it is 67 3, 16 | considered as ~affecting the predicate, as if someone already existing 68 3, 16 | suppositum; placed in the predicate it is taken formally, i.e. 69 3, 16 | a creature." Now we may ~predicate of Christ whatever the Son 70 3, 16 | nature when ~placed in the predicate, therefore this is false: " 71 3, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the predicate is predicated of the term 72 3, 16 | since it ~is added as a predicate, which is taken formally, 73 3, 17 | both" ~referred to the predicate, so as to mean that Christ 74 3, 17 | since terms placed in the ~predicate are taken formally. But 75 3, 50 | essential and not an accidental ~predicate: hence it follows that a 76 3, 78 | change is implied in the predicate. But ~just as that into 77 3, 78 | inserted on the part of the ~predicate, so also should a noun be 78 3, 78 | are determinations ~of the predicate, that is, of Christ's blood. 79 Suppl, 96| the distribution (of the predicate) ~regards the genera and


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