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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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logically

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | beauty. But they differ logically, ~for goodness properly 2 1, 5 | goodness and being differ logically. But mode, ~species and 3 1, 16 | Para. 1/1~Whether good is logically prior to the true?~Aquin.: 4 1, 16 | 1: It seems that good is logically prior to the true. For what 5 1, 16 | what is ~more universal is logically prior, as is evident from 6 1, 16 | intellect. Therefore the good is logically prior to the ~true.~Aquin.: 7 1, 16 | intellect. Therefore good is logically ~prior to the true.~Aquin.: 8 1, 16 | in more things is prior logically. But the true ~is in some 9 1, 16 | suppositum, yet they differ logically. And in this manner ~the 10 1, 16 | OBJ 2: A thing is prior logically in so far as it is prior 11 1, 25 | but as differing from them logically; ~inasmuch as power implies 12 1, 28 | but not if they differ logically. Hence ~in the same place 13 1, 30 | multitude, but division, which ~logically precedes one or multitude. 14 1, 30 | common either really, or logically. But it is not so really; 15 1, 30 | person; nor again is it so logically; ~otherwise person would 16 1, 32 | But if they differ only logically, it follows that one of 17 1, 59 | differ, not ~really but only logically [*Cf. Q[16], A[4]]. Therefore 18 1, 66 | in Metaph. x, text. 26. ~Logically considered, however, there 19 1, 76 | doubt whether it be "only logically" distinct from the other ~ 20 1, 77 | prior to it in intention and logically; as the end is with ~regard 21 1, 60 | differ, not ~really but only logically [*Cf. Q[16], A[4]]. Therefore 22 1, 67 | in Metaph. x, text. 26. ~Logically considered, however, there 23 1, 75 | doubt whether it be "only logically" distinct from the other ~ 24 1, 76 | prior to it in intention and logically; as the end is with ~regard 25 1, 86 | acts and operations are logically prior to ~powers." Therefore 26 1, 86 | of the intellect, differ logically, but one is contained in 27 2, 29 | simultaneous, both really and logically; e.g. two species of animal, 28 2, 29 | Sometimes they are simultaneous logically, while, ~in reality, one 29 2, 29 | simultaneous ~either really or logically; e.g. substance and accident; 30 2, 29 | naturally simultaneous, logically but ~not really. Wherefore 31 2, 60 | does not differ, save ~logically, from the virtue which directs 32 2, 60 | virtue does not differ, save logically, from legal ~justice; just 33 2, 110 | essence, and differed only logically - in the sense that we speak 34 2, 56 | their mode of being or ~logically do not differ essentially. 35 2, 56 | virtue, but differs therefrom logically: and it is in this sense 36 2, 79 | attributes, which differ at least logically from one ~another. Now a 37 2, 79 | not essentially but ~only logically. For it takes the name of 38 2, 79 | explained above, not ~really but logically.~ 39 2, 107 | is true. But considered ~logically, they exceed one another, 40 2, 107 | since rather, considered logically, it is the genus of virtue.~ 41 3, 2 | thus assumption differs logically both from ~union and from 42 3, 90 | form and the matter, and logically the ~genus and the difference. 43 Suppl, 17| essentially, but differ logically.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 44 Suppl, 55| really and in the other logically only. In ~another way when 45 Suppl, 81| really, it is not the same logically, like a point at which different ~


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