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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 40 | relations distinguish and constitute the persons?~(3) Whether 2 1, 40 | principles ~themselves must constitute the things which are distinct. 3 1, 40 | properties distinguish or constitute the hypostases or ~persons, 4 1, 40 | of ~origin that it should constitute hypostasis or person. For 5 1, 40 | as properties of dignity, constitute ~the notion of a person, 6 1, 40 | relations ~distinguish and constitute the hypostases, as shown 7 1, 40 | do not ~distinguish and constitute the hypostases in God, but 8 1, 40 | relations distinguish and constitute the divine hypostases. For ~ 9 1, 48 | of the due end by itself constitute a moral species, except ~ 10 1, 61 | the universe: they do not constitute a universe of themselves; ~ 11 1, 67 | forms of their very nature constitute species: ~wherefore the 12 1, 40 | relations distinguish and constitute the persons?~(3) Whether 13 1, 40 | principles ~themselves must constitute the things which are distinct. 14 1, 40 | properties distinguish or constitute the hypostases or ~persons, 15 1, 40 | of ~origin that it should constitute hypostasis or person. For 16 1, 40 | as properties of dignity, constitute ~the notion of a person, 17 1, 40 | relations distinguish and constitute the hypostases, as shown 18 1, 40 | do not ~distinguish and constitute the hypostases in God, but 19 1, 40 | relations distinguish and constitute the divine hypostases. For ~ 20 1, 49 | of the due end by itself constitute a moral species, except ~ 21 1, 62 | the universe: they do not constitute a universe of themselves; ~ 22 1, 68 | forms of their very nature constitute species: ~wherefore the 23 1, 77 | appetitive power does not ~constitute a degree of living things; 24 1, 107 | and that the other will ~constitute their own order, as it were, 25 2, 2 | for any created good to constitute man's ~happiness. For happiness 26 2, 18 | something positive, it can ~constitute the species of an evil act.~ 27 2, 18 | which is accidental does not constitute the ~species, as stated 28 2, 18 | that divide a genus, and constitute the species of that ~genus, 29 2, 18 | But an accident does not constitute ~the species. Therefore 30 2, 18 | a circumstance does not constitute a species of ~good or evil.~ 31 2, 49 | ourselves. And therefore these constitute a special genus of things, ~ 32 2, 63 | the various matters, which constitute the sphere of virtue's ~ 33 2, 67 | if another kind of soul constitute the animal. Hence it is ~ 34 2, 72 | contrary, Those things that constitute a species are prior to the ~ 35 2, 72 | diversity of sins, but cannot constitute it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] 36 2, 88 | act to be evil, unless ~it constitute the species of a sin, as 37 2, 33 | common to all vices does not constitute a special kind of vice. 38 2, 33 | vice shuns, it does not constitute a special virtue or ~vice, 39 2, 41 | circumstance, does not seem ~to constitute the species of a sin. Therefore 40 2, 41 | word or deed, does not ~constitute a special kind of sin, because 41 2, 51 | sacred place, this would constitute ~the species called sacrilege, 42 2, 51 | requisite for prudence, does not constitute a diversity of species, ~ 43 2, 64 | things combine together to constitute theft. The ~first belongs 44 2, 71 | circumstances that do not constitute the species of a sin, because 45 2, 71 | Now that which ~does not constitute the species of a sin, does 46 2, 108 | sacred writings does not constitute a lie. Hence Augustine says ( 47 2, 152 | circumstances, which do not constitute the ~species of a moral 48 2, 152 | imply a deformity, does ~not constitute a determinate species of 49 2, 181 | extrinsic to them do not constitute a state among men, for instance ~ 50 3, 2 | and human natures ~cannot constitute anything after the manner 51 3, 2 | for the form does not ~constitute the species, except inasmuch 52 3, 3 | the Son ~of Man, does not constitute His Person, as does the 53 3, 3 | soul and body, does not constitute a new suppositum, as ~was 54 3, 6 | the same time in order ~to constitute the human nature of the 55 3, 19 | as members to a head, who constitute one mystical ~person. And 56 3, 53 | body as its form, so as to constitute human nature. Consequently, 57 3, 78 | consecrating the bread ~constitute the truth of one speech, 58 Suppl, 79| the touch are those which ~constitute the animal body. Wherefore


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