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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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differentiated

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | Reply OBJ 2: Sciences are differentiated according to the various 2 1, 1 | faculties or habits from being ~differentiated by something which falls 3 1, 59 | OBJ 2: Faculties are not differentiated by any material difference ~ 4 1, 65 | formed ~corporeal matter, and differentiated it into species.~Aquin.: 5 1, 66 | act, potential beings ~are differentiated by their different acts, 6 1, 60 | OBJ 2: Faculties are not differentiated by any material difference ~ 7 1, 66 | formed ~corporeal matter, and differentiated it into species.~Aquin.: 8 1, 67 | act, potential beings ~are differentiated by their different acts, 9 1, 78 | that power will not be differentiated ~according to the individual 10 1, 78 | ratio of color, is ~not differentiated by differences of black 11 1, 78 | passive intellect is not differentiated by any difference of being. ~ 12 1, 79 | OBJ 2: Further, powers are differentiated by their objects. But what 13 1, 79 | powers. For powers are not differentiated by accidental ~differences, 14 1, 79 | passive and movable are ~differentiated according to the distinction 15 1, 81 | some common notion is not differentiated by special ~differences 16 1, 81 | the sensitive appetite are differentiated by the different ~notions 17 1, 89 | for they could only be ~differentiated by certain differences, 18 2, 60 | Consequently virtues must needs be differentiated according to their ~relation 19 2, 60 | OBJ 2: Passions are not differentiated by the same rule as virtues ~ 20 2, 61 | virtues are distinct habits, differentiated in ~respect of their diverse 21 2, 67 | Further, habits and acts are differentiated by their objects. But ~the 22 2, 84 | that the capital vices are differentiated. ~Now a thing moves the 23 2, 95 | concerning assassins, and so on, differentiated in this way, ~not on account 24 2, 100 | towards God may also ~be differentiated in this same way. For the 25 2, 107 | New and Old Laws cannot be differentiated in respect ~of these two 26 2, 4 | reason is that a habit is differentiated by ~that which directly 27 2, 4 | subject, and thus faith is differentiated according as it is ~in various 28 2, 22 | species of friendship are ~differentiated, first of all, in respect 29 2, 22 | 2~Now charity cannot be differentiated in either of these ways: 30 2, 24 | A[3]) habits are not differentiated except their acts be of 31 2, 24 | virtue. Hence love is not differentiated specifically on account ~ 32 2, 45 | stated ~above (A[2]), it is differentiated from the other intellectual 33 2, 45 | the other hand prudence is differentiated from the moral ~virtues 34 2, 71 | deed, the kind ~of sin is differentiated by the circumstances "secretly" 35 2, 73 | wherefore these sins are ~differentiated according to the various 36 2, 79 | A[2], ad 1), habits are ~differentiated according to a different 37 2, 79 | the ~virtue of religion is differentiated by the fact that religious 38 2, 90 | species of superstition are differentiated, first on the ~part of the 39 2, 94 | respect of which one day differentiated from ~another: except that 40 2, 121 | Personal and civil business is differentiated from the ~business of war 41 2, 127 | movements of the body are differentiated according to ~the different 42 2, 141 | of a ~virtue have to be differentiated according to the difference 43 2, 146 | the appetitive power is differentiated from the powers of ~secretion, 44 2, 146 | species of moral things are differentiated. For in him that ~seeks 45 2, 152 | species of one vice are not differentiated ~by things that belong to 46 2, 152 | Para. 3/3~These species are differentiated on the part of the woman 47 2, 152 | contained under another that is differentiated in opposition to ~it. Therefore 48 2, 156 | seems that anger can ~be differentiated specifically in respect 49 2, 169 | the grace of prophecy is ~differentiated from wisdom and faith, which 50 2, 169 | Now habits and acts are ~differentiated by their objects, as stated 51 2, 169 | in this sense that it is differentiated from the ~other gratuitous 52 2, 172 | through imaginary vision is ~differentiated first according to the difference 53 2, 172 | degrees of this prophecy are differentiated according to the ~expressiveness 54 2, 178 | described as movements, ~and are differentiated in likeness to various movements. 55 2, 181 | for the members to be ~differentiated by various duties, states, 56 2, 181 | human duties cannot ~be differentiated according to a difference 57 2, 181 | servitude and freedom is ~differentiated according to these things, 58 2, 186 | religious orders may be differentiated in two ways. First, ~according 59 Suppl, 37| sacrament of Order to be differentiated ~according to the diversity 60 Suppl, 37| acts, even as powers are differentiated by ~their acts.~Aquin.: 61 Suppl, 50| parties, and these may be ~differentiated as follows. A person may 62 Suppl, 76| is the act of a being, is differentiated ~by being interrupted, as


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