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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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denominated

   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | denomination; as, a thing is denominated "placed" from "place," and " 2 1, 6 | and that individuals were denominated by them as participating 3 1, 6 | goodness, ~whereby it is denominated good. And so of all things 4 1, 13 | incongruous that God should be denominated ~from relations really existing 5 1, 13 | God, for everything is ~denominated by its form.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 16 | from this one the rest are denominated. So healthiness is ~predicated 7 1, 17 | And since every thing is denominated simply by what belongs to ~ 8 1, 17 | to ~it "per se," but is denominated relatively by what belongs 9 1, 19 | same five are sometimes denominated with regard to the ~divine 10 1, 27 | divine processions must be denominated from certain ~actions; no 11 1, 28 | contrary, The Father is denominated only from paternity; and 12 1, 33 | ii, text 49), a ~thing is denominated chiefly by its perfection, 13 1, 37 | since a thing is ~commonly denominated from its forms, as "white" 14 1, 37 | everything whence anything is denominated, in this ~particular respect 15 1, 37 | happen that a thing may be denominated from that ~which proceeds 16 1, 37 | principle of the action may be denominated both from the action, and ~ 17 1, 37 | of the ~action cannot be denominated from the effect, but only 18 1, 54 | This is the power which is ~denominated the passive intellect. The 19 1, 59 | irascible faculty ~is so denominated from anger [ira]; though 20 1, 76 | therefore things which are ~denominated by various forms are not 21 1, 37 | since a thing is ~commonly denominated from its forms, as "white" 22 1, 37 | everything whence anything is denominated, in this ~particular respect 23 1, 37 | happen that a thing may be denominated from that ~which proceeds 24 1, 37 | principle of the action may be denominated both from the action, and ~ 25 1, 37 | of the ~action cannot be denominated from the effect, but only 26 1, 55 | This is the power which is ~denominated the passive intellect. The 27 1, 60 | irascible faculty ~is so denominated from anger [ira]; though 28 1, 75 | therefore things which are ~denominated by various forms are not 29 1, 82 | Otherwise, if free-will denominated an act, it ~would not always 30 1, 107 | thus the superior order is denominated from the superior perfection.~ 31 1, 107 | the superior orders are denominated. The lowest ~order of angels 32 1, 107 | manifestation; and ~therefore it is denominated from manifestation only; 33 1, 107 | hierarchy has affinity, denominated as it is from the fire of 34 1, 111 | gifts whereby they ~are denominated, through the ministry of 35 2, 7 | genus "relation" a thing is denominated not only according to that 36 2, 8 | only. Because every act denominated from a power, designates 37 2, 14 | consequently each act can be denominated from either power. Now it 38 2, 25 | the irascible faculty is denominated from anger. Since, ~therefore, " 39 2, 52 | qualities which are not denominated from a relation to ~something 40 2, 52 | continuous quantity, which are ~denominated from numbers, as two-cubits-long, 41 2, 61 | in point of their being denominated, ~each one from that which 42 2, 78 | sinning, because an act is not denominated from that ~which is unintentional 43 2, 48 | species of prudence should be denominated ~rather from a kingdom, 44 2, 105 | answer that, Every vice is denominated from a deficiency of virtue, ~ 45 2, 105 | ingratitude is properly denominated from being ~a deficiency 46 2, 116 | covetousness [avaritia] is ~denominated.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 47 2, 117 | respects. For a thing is denominated more from what is in it ~ 48 2, 127 | since ~a virtuous habit is denominated chiefly from its act, a 49 2, 127 | virtue has no name, but is denominated by its extremes, ~which 50 2, 133 | in many cases they are ~denominated from that end. Accordingly 51 2, 143 | Reply OBJ 2: Riches are denominated honesty according of the 52 2, 144 | which all its parts are denominated. Hence ~abstinence, since 53 2, 147 | answer that, When a virtue is denominated from some condition common ~ 54 2, 152 | another woman, his ~sin may be denominated either with regard to him, 55 2, 155 | so that the virtue is ~denominated from the diminution of anger, 56 2, 158 | temperance. For ~modesty is denominated from mode. Now mode is requisite 57 2, 164 | whereas studiousness is denominated from being the application 58 2, 172 | same in both. But it is ~denominated in preference from denunciation, 59 2, 184 | acts are ~specified and denominated from the intention of the 60 3, 2 | of two natures one is not denominated by the other ~unless they 61 3, 2 | human natures in Christ are denominated one by the other; for Cyril 62 3, 2 | A[2]). Now a thing is ~denominated from its terminus. Therefore 63 3, 2 | one another, one is not denominated by the other. Therefore 64 3, 3 | forasmuch as the Person is ~denominated from such a nature. For 65 3, 22 | priesthood of Christ should be denominated after the priesthood of ~ 66 3, 35 | Metaph. v), "nature" is so ~denominated from "nativity." But things 67 3, 35 | nativity." But things are denominated from one another ~by reason 68 3, 35 | No movement or change is denominated from the subject ~moved, 69 3, 35 | this reason nativity is not denominated from the person ~born, but 70 3, 60 | different ~ways, can be denominated from it: thus, from health 71 3, 60 | consequently whatever things are denominated from medicine are to be ~ 72 3, 60 | from which a sacrament is denominated, is ~not there taken as 73 3, 73 | species is not properly denominated by what is common ~to the 74 Suppl, 43| promise, wherefore it is denominated from these as ~from that 75 Suppl, 54| fellowship certain persons are denominated as though they were tied ~ 76 Suppl, 65| the most part, things ~are denominated from their end, as being


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