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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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indifferent

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | the part of that which is indifferent to one or the ~other of 2 1, 19 | then, the Will of God is indifferent with regard to ~anything, 3 1, 55 | species in the intellect are indifferent to what is ~present or distant, 4 1, 55 | his knowledge would be indifferent as to things present and ~ 5 1, 55 | angel's knowledge is quite indifferent as to what is ~near or distant. 6 1, 66 | potentiality in itself is indifferent with respect to perfection 7 1, 67 | movement, that of light is indifferent as ~regards direction, working 8 1, 76 | those forms, which have an indifferent relationship to a ~quantitative 9 1, 56 | species in the intellect are indifferent to what is ~present or distant, 10 1, 56 | his knowledge would be indifferent as to things present and ~ 11 1, 56 | angel's knowledge is quite indifferent as to what is ~near or distant. 12 1, 67 | potentiality in itself is indifferent with respect to perfection 13 1, 68 | movement, that of light is indifferent as ~regards direction, working 14 1, 75 | those forms, which have an indifferent relationship to a ~quantitative 15 1, 82 | ill-disposed. But the free-will is indifferent to good and ~evil choice: 16 1, 88 | the Divine light, which is indifferent ~to what is near or distant. 17 2, 10 | one ~thing, but having an indifferent relation to many things, 18 2, 18 | 8) Whether any action is indifferent in its species?~(9) Whether 19 2, 18 | individual action can be indifferent?~(10) Whether a circumstance 20 2, 18 | 1~Whether any action is indifferent in its species? ~Aquin.: 21 2, 18 | would seem that no action is indifferent in its species. For ~evil 22 2, 18 | thing as an ~action that is indifferent in its species, as though 23 2, 18 | species. None, therefore, is indifferent in its ~species.~Aquin.: 24 2, 18 | its species, and none is indifferent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 25 2, 18 | Therefore some ~actions are indifferent according to their species.~ 26 2, 18 | like: and such actions are indifferent ~according to their species.~ 27 2, 18 | individual action can be indifferent?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 28 2, 18 | individual action can be indifferent. For ~there is no species 29 2, 18 | individual. But an ~action can be indifferent in its species, as stated 30 2, 18 | individual action can be indifferent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 31 2, 18 | ii, 1. But a habit can be indifferent: for the Philosopher says ~( 32 2, 18 | virtue; and thus they are indifferent in respect ~of a habit. 33 2, 18 | some individual actions are indifferent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 34 2, 18 | to ordain a ~specifically indifferent action to a vicious or virtuous 35 2, 18 | action may happen to be indifferent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 36 2, 18 | no ~individual action is indifferent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 37 2, 18 | happens that an action is indifferent in its ~species, but considered 38 2, 18 | reason. Hence it will be indifferent, as ~standing apart from 39 2, 18 | OBJ 1: For an action to be indifferent in its species can be ~understood 40 2, 18 | demands ~that it remain indifferent; and the objection proceeds 41 2, 18 | action can be specifically indifferent thus: since no object of ~ 42 2, 19 | good generically; some are indifferent; some are ~evil generically. 43 2, 19 | conscience tell him, that what is indifferent in ~itself, for instance 44 2, 19 | is the case not only in ~indifferent matters, but also in those 45 2, 19 | themselves. For not only indifferent matters can received the 46 2, 50 | to one operation, but is indifferent to many, which is a ~condition 47 2, 92 | Some acts are generically ~indifferent, and in respect of these 48 2, 92 | distinctly bad may be called ~indifferent. And it is the fear of punishment 49 2, 108 | those things that are ~indifferent as regards the aforesaid, 50 2, 13 | Further, the free-will is indifferent to either good or evil. ~ 51 2, 52 | is neither about ~evil or indifferent things (for no man is accused 52 2, 86 | sometimes vows are about indifferent matters and ~such as are 53 2, 86 | that nothing unlawful or indifferent, but only some ~act of virtue, 54 2, 93 | considered in themselves, are indifferent; ~and this is chiefly the 55 2, 135 | well as those that are ~indifferent." Now a habit that directs 56 2, 144 | virtuous act, but something indifferent. Secondly, it may be taken 57 3, 18 | 3: Further, free-will is indifferent. But Christ's will was ~ 58 3, 19 | cases, there is only ~one indifferent operation, on the part of 59 3, 19 | said that there is ~one indifferent operation on the part of 60 3, 63 | habit: because no habit is indifferent to acting well or ill: ~ 61 3, 63 | whereas a character is indifferent to either, since some use 62 3, 64 | answer that, When a thing is indifferent to many uses, it must needs ~ 63 Suppl, 29| effect. Now the matter is ~indifferent as regards its effect, and 64 Suppl, 41| from a deliberate will is ~indifferent, as stated in the Second 65 Suppl, 49| there is no such thing as an indifferent act, as was stated in the 66 Suppl, 69| spiritual substances, are indifferent to all places; for it cannot 67 Suppl, 77| signate part one may take is ~indifferent to this, whereas it remains 68 Suppl, 77| matter, since thus they are ~indifferent to ebb and flow: so that 69 Suppl, 78| be in all, which state is indifferent to a great or small quantity.~ 70 Suppl, 88| Further, if a thing is indifferent in relation to more than 71 Suppl, 88| neither. Now the sun is ~indifferent to being in the east or


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