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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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identical

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | the "suppositum" is not ~identical with its nature; for a man 2 1, 3 | and a man ~are not wholly identical; but humanity is taken to 3 1, 3 | efficient cause ~is not identical numerically with the form 4 1, 3 | numerically nor specifically identical with an efficient cause; 5 1, 5 | goodness in a thing are identical fundamentally; ~for they 6 1, 5 | Goodness, so far as it is identical with being, is divided ~ 7 1, 15 | therefore an idea in God is identical with His essence.~Aquin.: 8 1, 25 | principle ~of a thing are identical. We ought not, therefore, 9 1, 40 | person. For ~when things are identical, if one is multiplied the 10 1, 40 | occurs because they are identical, for otherwise ~relation 11 1, 40 | when several things are identical, what is predicated of ~ 12 1, 44 | and the agent cannot be identical (Phys. ii, text 70), because ~ 13 1, 40 | person. For ~when things are identical, if one is multiplied the 14 1, 40 | occurs because they are identical, for otherwise ~relation 15 1, 40 | when several things are identical, what is predicated of ~ 16 1, 45 | and the agent cannot be identical (Phys. ii, text 70), because ~ 17 1, 78 | not so as that power be ~identical in all. Now to know the 18 1, 78 | is no need for it to be identical in all. Yet ~it must be 19 1, 84 | the phantasm; not that the identical form which ~previously was 20 1, 84 | man" and "whiteness" ~are identical, but the assertion, "the 21 1, 92 | cannot be ~except in an identical nature, the Image of God 22 1, 114 | an accident transfers its identical self from the ~agent to 23 1, 116 | that he ~communicates the identical knowledge which he has himself, 24 1, 117 | and generated would be ~identical; moreover, this would be 25 1, 117 | not possible for the same identical form to belong to different ~ 26 1, 118 | entirely consumed, the same identical fire will remain all the 27 2, 21 | of an individual, who is identical with the agent: unless, ~ 28 2, 42 | an imminent evil is not identical with the ~fear of the fear 29 2, 63 | respective acts are not identical.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[63] A[ 30 2, 67 | the same, as though the identical color were at one time ~ 31 2, 67 | it is ~impossible for the identical knowledge, which was previously 32 2, 67 | is nothing to hinder the ~identical thing passing from imperfection 33 2, 88 | First, so that the same identical act be at ~first a venial, 34 2, 110 | that grace and virtue were identical in ~essence, and differed 35 2, 4 | so that they are ~not one identical habit.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 36 2, 4 | imperfect thing, the same identical thing which was imperfect 37 2, 4 | and consequently the same ~identical subject who was a child, 38 2, 28 | things whose opposites are identical are themselves ~identical. 39 2, 28 | identical are themselves ~identical. Now the one same thing 40 2, 127 | magnanimity may be ~considered as identical. Since, however, there is 41 2, 155 | meekness are altogether identical?~(2) Whether each of them 42 2, 156 | mind is not taken here as identical with ~pride, but for a certain 43 3, 2 | and ~the assumed are not identical, for the Divine Nature is 44 3, 22 | particular must be, of course, identical, and not a copy." Since, ~ 45 3, 25 | consequently it does not seem to be identical with it. Therefore, after 46 3, 25 | dead body of a saint is not identical with that which ~the saint 47 3, 50 | body living and dead was identical in its suppositum because ~ 48 3, 77 | subject, so that the same identical accident ~which was first 49 3, 77 | understood as if the same identical accident, which was in the ~ 50 3, 89 | transitory, and the same identical deed ~cannot be resumed. 51 Suppl, 44| then it is ~not the same identical quality that conduces to 52 Suppl, 44| it is directed to the one identical begetting; ~whereas on the 53 Suppl, 55| unity; even as a man is identical with ~himself, but not with 54 Suppl, 70| will not have the same ~identical sensitive powers. Now according 55 Suppl, 76| be reunited to the same ~identical body?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[79] 56 Suppl, 76| be reunited to the same ~identical body at the resurrection, 57 Suppl, 76| born thereof are neither identical, nor of the same condition, 58 Suppl, 76| nature there is ~not the same identical man: wherefore Socrates 59 Suppl, 76| Therefore he is not the same identical man. The minor can be proved 60 Suppl, 76| of ~parts. Now the same identical union as that which was 61 Suppl, 76| animal it is not the same identical man. Now where sense is ~ 62 Suppl, 76| again will not be the same identical animal, ~and consequently 63 Suppl, 76| resurrection. Therefore the same identical man will rise again.~Aquin.: 64 Suppl, 76| again." Now unless the same identical man that died ~return to 65 Suppl, 76| there will be the same identical ~humanity, which will remain 66 Suppl, 80| But two bodies cannot have identical ~dimensions just as they 67 Suppl, 88| cannot resume the same identical form. On the other hand 68 Suppl, 89| understood are absolutely identical, for it does not ~understand


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