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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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distinguishes

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | but also as regards what ~distinguishes one thing from another. 2 1, 18 | Philosopher (De Anima ii, 13), who distinguishes ~four kinds of life, namely, 3 1, 18 | understanding. Thus, then, he distinguishes life by the ~four operations 4 1, 30 | thing signifies that which distinguishes the determinate thing; ~ 5 1, 33 | Now it is paternity ~which distinguishes the person of the Father 6 1, 40 | persons must be by that which distinguishes the least ~possible; and 7 1, 40 | substance. So, as relation distinguishes ~and constitutes the hypostases, 8 1, 45 | Super Gen. v, 6,14,15) distinguishes the ~work of propagation, 9 1, 47 | said that the intellect distinguishes things by extracting what 10 1, 50 | intellect apprehends that which distinguishes it from corporeal ~substance, 11 1, 50 | he concludes ~that what distinguishes incorporeal from corporeal 12 1, 54 | sense, to live: for there he distinguishes the ~various grades of living 13 1, 67 | Further, it is light that distinguishes night from day, and this ~ 14 1, 68 | not the ~firmament that distinguishes them.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] 15 1, 68 | it would appear that what distinguishes waters from ~waters must 16 1, 40 | persons must be by that which distinguishes the least ~possible; and 17 1, 40 | substance. So, as relation distinguishes ~and constitutes the hypostases, 18 1, 46 | Super Gen. v, 6,14,15) distinguishes the ~work of propagation, 19 1, 48 | said that the intellect distinguishes things by extracting what 20 1, 51 | intellect apprehends that which distinguishes it from corporeal ~substance, 21 1, 51 | he concludes ~that what distinguishes incorporeal from corporeal 22 1, 55 | sense, to live: for there he distinguishes the ~various grades of living 23 1, 68 | Further, it is light that distinguishes night from day, and this ~ 24 1, 69 | not the ~firmament that distinguishes them.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] 25 1, 69 | it would appear that what distinguishes waters from ~waters must 26 1, 79 | contrary, The Philosopher distinguishes (De Anima ii, 3) the ~appetitive 27 1, 79 | De Fide Orth. ii, 22) ~distinguishes the appetitive from the 28 1, 79 | Philosopher (De Anima iii, 9) distinguishes a ~double appetite, and 29 1, 84 | man from not man before he distinguishes this man from ~that, and 30 1, 92 | us" (Ps. 4:7), the gloss distinguishes a threefold image of ~"creation," 31 1, 105 | Therefore the superior angel distinguishes, in a ~way, the truth which 32 1, 107 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vi) distinguishes three ~hierarchies of angels.~ 33 1, 118 | Philosopher (De Gener. i, 5) distinguishes flesh ~belonging to the " 34 2, 6 | makes a ~human act? (2) What distinguishes human acts?~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 30 | 11 and Rhetor. i, 11) ~distinguishes natural concupiscences from 36 2, 31 | De ~Fide Orth. ii, 22) distinguishes operation from passion, 37 2, 57 | contrary, The Philosopher distinguishes prudence from art (Ethic. ~ 38 2, 68 | Gregory (Moral. i, 12) distinguishes seven gifts, which ~he states 39 2, 68 | three ~daughters. He also distinguishes (Moral. ii, 26) the same 40 2, 72 | too (Moral. xxxi, 17), ~distinguishes all sins according to the 41 2, 72 | commenting on Ezech. 43:23) distinguishes between them, ~because in 42 2, 91 | Augustine (De Lib. Arb. i, 6) distinguishes two kinds ~of law, the one 43 2, 99 | duty: thus the Philosopher distinguishes a twofold ~just - moral 44 2, 100 | Qq. in Exod. qu. lxxi) distinguishes three precepts as referring ~ 45 2, 100 | binding for all time. But he ~distinguishes four precepts pertaining 46 2, 100 | Me," ~(thus also Jerome distinguishes these two precepts, in his 47 2, 100 | viii in Exod.) who also distinguishes four precepts as referring 48 2, 100 | another's wife. Thus he distinguishes ~three precepts as referring 49 2, 100 | covetousness, ~therefore Augustine distinguishes different prohibitions against ~ 50 2, 23 | charity, for it is this which distinguishes "the children of God from 51 2, 33 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) distinguishes sloth from the ~other vices. 52 2, 33 | OBJ 3: Further, Isidore distinguishes the vice of sloth from the 53 2, 37 | Contra Crescon. ii, 4) ~distinguishes between schism and heresy, 54 2, 55 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 6) distinguishes right of ~dominion, paternal 55 2, 64 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 2) distinguishes theft from ~robbery, and 56 2, 79 | a difference of aspect distinguishes virtues, it would seem that ~ 57 2, 127 | Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 7) distinguishes it from ~the other virtues.~ 58 2, 169 | prophecy?~(5) Whether a prophet distinguishes that which he perceives 59 2, 169 | Whether the prophet always distinguishes what he says by his own 60 2, 169 | that the prophet always distinguishes what he says ~by his own 61 2, 169 | Therefore the prophet ~always distinguishes what he says by the spirit 62 2, 172 | Jerome (Prol. in Lib. Reg.) distinguishes the "prophets" ~from the " 63 2, 173 | Apostle's words, for ~he there distinguishes between the past and what 64 2, 176 | alone of the Holy Ghost distinguishes the children of the kingdom 65 2, 178 | Grat. Contempl. i, ~3,4] distinguishes between "contemplation," " 66 2, 178 | De Grat. Contempl. i, 6] ~distinguishes six species of contemplation. 67 3, 63 | Reply OBJ 3: A character distinguishes one from another, in relation 68 3, 66 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. iv) distinguishes several other ~kinds of 69 Suppl, 37| for which reason Dionysius distinguishes three Orders (Eccl. ~Hier. 70 Suppl, 37| hierarchical actions. Wherefore he distinguishes three ~Orders corresponding 71 Suppl, 92| commentary on the Canticles, distinguishes four persons, namely "the ~ 72 Suppl, 93| sermon on the Holy Innocents distinguishes three kinds of ~martyr - 73 Suppl, 93| opinion of Bernard, who distinguishes three kinds of martyrs, 74 Appen1, 1| entitled on ~Holy Baptism, distinguishes three classes of unbaptized


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