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universality 31
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universe 255
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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universals

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | reason has to do with ~universals, sense with singular things." 2 1, 16 | always, is eternal. But universals are ~always and everywhere; 3 1, 16 | form. In this manner ~all universals are said to be everywhere 4 1, 16 | and always, in so far as ~universals are independent of place 5 1, 17 | because true ~and good are universals, and convertible with being. 6 1, 44 | is not necessary that the universals should ~exist outside the 7 1, 46 | whence it is said that universals are everywhere and always. 8 1, 57 | singulars, but the intellect, universals." Now, in the angels there 9 1, 57 | of things, apprehending universals ~and immaterial things by 10 1, 59 | while reason judges of universals. Therefore there must be 11 1, 64 | the intellect considers universals. ~Now the angel's apprehension 12 1, 76 | understand immaterial things ~and universals, it is sufficient that the 13 1, 76 | the intellect which knows universals.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 14 1, 76 | of ~universal causes to universals is like the relation of 15 1, 76 | exclude the understanding of universals; ~otherwise, since separate 16 1, 76 | they could not understand universals. But the ~materiality of 17 1, 76 | intellectual soul as comprehending universals, has a ~power extending 18 1, 77 | accident as one of the five universals, in this sense there is 19 1, 45 | is not necessary that the universals should ~exist outside the 20 1, 47 | whence it is said that universals are everywhere and always. 21 1, 58 | singulars, but the intellect, universals." Now, in the angels there 22 1, 58 | of things, apprehending universals ~and immaterial things by 23 1, 60 | while reason judges of universals. Therefore there must be 24 1, 65 | the intellect considers universals. ~Now the angel's apprehension 25 1, 75 | understand immaterial things ~and universals, it is sufficient that the 26 1, 75 | the intellect which knows universals.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 27 1, 75 | of ~universal causes to universals is like the relation of 28 1, 75 | exclude the understanding of universals; ~otherwise, since separate 29 1, 75 | they could not understand universals. But the ~materiality of 30 1, 75 | intellectual soul as comprehending universals, has a ~power extending 31 1, 76 | accident as one of the five universals, in this sense there is 32 1, 79 | intellectual knowledge is of universals; and so it is ~distinct 33 1, 84 | relation to ourselves. But ~universals come first as regards their 34 1, 84 | Categor. ix). ~Therefore the universals are secondarily known as 35 1, 84 | in relation to us. ~But universals are the more simple. Therefore 36 1, 84 | of "man." Therefore the universals are ~secondarily known by 37 1, 84 | principles by their effects. But ~universals are principles. Therefore 38 1, 84 | are principles. Therefore universals are secondarily known by ~ 39 1, 84 | to Plato, who held that universals are ~subsistent, the universal 40 1, 84 | participations of ~the subsistent universals which he called ideas.~Aquin.: 41 1, 102| heavenly things and all universals; the ~second providence 42 2, 50 | sciences: since science is of universals, which the sensitive powers ~ 43 2, 19 | and the intellect is about universals, while the appetite is ~ 44 2, 45 | But ~"reason deals with universals," according to Phys. i, 45 2, 45 | take cognizance except of universals.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 46 2, 45 | prudence ~does not deal with universals only, but needs to take 47 2, 45 | chiefly is concerned with universals, and ~yet it is able to 48 2, 45 | includes knowledge both ~of universals, and of the singular matters 49 2, 45 | regards the knowledge ~of universals, the same is to be said 50 2, 45 | which takes cognizance of universals, and consequently extends 51 2, 45 | prudence without knowledge of universals. ~But knowledge of universals 52 2, 45 | universals. ~But knowledge of universals can be lost through forgetfulness. 53 2, 45 | not in the knowledge of ~universals, but in applying them to 54 2, 45 | forgetting the knowledge of universals does not destroy the ~principal 55 2, 47 | The one is cognizant of universals, and this ~belongs to the 56 2, 47 | that he may ~rightly apply universals to particulars, which latter


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