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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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differently

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | and love, however, are ~differently ordered in God, and in ourselves: 2 1, 27 | This procession has been differently understood. Some ~have understood 3 1, 42 | of the agent this happens differently as regards free agents and ~ 4 1, 52 | place appertains quite ~differently to a body, to an angel, 5 1, 57 | Therefore, it must be said differently, that, as man by his various ~ 6 1, 58 | accidentally; but very ~differently from the way it befalls 7 1, 60 | inclination is found to exist ~differently in different natures; but 8 1, 66 | The word earth is taken differently in this passage by ~Augustine, 9 1, 68 | their exact nature ~will be differently defined according as opinions 10 1, 69 | It is necessary to reply differently to this question ~according 11 1, 74 | distinction and adornment, but differently in either place. For ~distinction 12 1, 42 | of the agent this happens differently as regards free agents and ~ 13 1, 53 | place appertains quite ~differently to a body, to an angel, 14 1, 58 | Therefore, it must be said differently, that, as man by his various ~ 15 1, 59 | accidentally; but very ~differently from the way it befalls 16 1, 61 | inclination is found to exist ~differently in different natures; but 17 1, 67 | The word earth is taken differently in this passage by ~Augustine, 18 1, 69 | their exact nature ~will be differently defined according as opinions 19 1, 70 | It is necessary to reply differently to this question ~according 20 1, 73 | distinction and adornment, but differently in either place. For ~distinction 21 1, 77 | senses. For sense is immuted ~differently by a large and by a small 22 1, 83 | sensible form is conditioned ~differently in the thing which is external 23 1, 112 | But God's providence acts ~differently as regards men and as regards 24 1, 112 | creatures, ~for they are related differently to incorruptibility. For 25 1, 114 | intellect and will are ~differently situated. For the intellect, 26 1, 116 | therefore decide the question differently, by saying that the ~teacher 27 2, 30 | because different men reason differently, ~therefore the latter are 28 2, 60 | every such difference, being differently ~related to reason, differentiates 29 2, 61 | virtues are understood ~differently by various writers. For 30 2, 69 | will have to be assigned differently. Because the ~principal 31 2, 78 | that, The will is related differently to good and to evil. ~Because 32 2, 94 | speculative reason, however, is differently situated in this matter, 33 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue are differently divided by ~different authorities. 34 2, 100 | Divine law and human law are differently ~situated as to the appointment 35 2, 102 | the priests were ~situated differently from one another. For the 36 2, 110 | the creature is looked at ~differently. For one is common, whereby 37 2, 113 | what is light are moved ~differently, on account of their diverse 38 2, 113 | subject must be ~looked at differently in the things that are subject 39 2, 114 | they ~were ordained by God; differently, indeed, since the rational 40 2, 4 | 3~We must therefore hold differently that living and lifeless 41 2, 13 | But others understand it differently, and say that the sin of 42 2, 42 | answer that, This precept is differently worded in various places: ~ 43 2, 68 | may be moved to answer ~differently according to the different 44 2, 99 | Reply OBJ 4: We must speak differently of one who is yet in the 45 2, 152 | marriage is to be ~judged differently from that of one who is 46 2, 165 | knowledge. Now we must judge differently of the knowledge ~itself 47 2, 178 | it." Again, he ~describes differently their respective straight 48 2, 178 | according as they are differently related to uniformity. For 49 3, 2 | passion bear themselves differently to the agent and the patient, 50 3, 5 | the Apollinarists ~thought differently from the Catholic Church 51 3, 8 | men, heads of the people"; differently, ~however, from Christ. 52 3, 9 | hence, although I wrote differently (Sent. iii, D, xiv, A[3]; 53 3, 16 | though it is understood ~differently by some: even as this, " 54 3, 17 | Yet one having ~manhood is differently signified by the word "man" 55 3, 18 | means; and is ~affected differently towards both. For towards 56 3, 31 | Christ, ~Heli and Joseph were differently descended from David. Hence 57 3, 47 | good or evil, is judged differently, ~accordingly as it proceeds 58 3, 57 | OBJ 1: Although a place is differently attributed to corporeal 59 3, 61 | seasons, ordering things differently in winter and summer; so 60 3, 75 | But this comes to pass differently on the one side and on the ~ 61 3, 75 | happen in creation: yet ~differently; for the same matter or 62 3, 76 | Moreover it is perceived differently by different intellects. 63 3, 81 | understood and prepared; yet differently from others who partake ~ 64 Suppl, 37| Consequently we must answer differently by saying ~that the sacrament 65 Suppl, 37| his recital represents it differently, wherefore the ~acolyte 66 Suppl, 43| although others think ~differently on account of the reason 67 Suppl, 71| suffrages, because things happen differently in ~accordance with the 68 Suppl, 72| found in all bodies, but differently in different ~bodies. For 69 Suppl, 72| Divine justice, it will act differently on ~different people as 70 Suppl, 75| darkness. Hence we must say differently that in those ashes ~there 71 Suppl, 79| impassibility is assigned differently by ~different persons. Some 72 Suppl, 82| according as they ~are differently disposed thereto by their 73 Suppl, 82| parts of the ~body are not differently disposed in their regard.~ 74 Suppl, 88| unless it be itself disposed ~differently. But things done by God 75 Appen1, 2| Thomas expresses himself differently, De Malo, Q[7], A[2], ~ad


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