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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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specified

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | act of understanding is specified by the ~intelligible object, 2 1, 14 | Himself, then God Himself is specified by something ~else than 3 1, 14 | intellectual act is not specified by what is understood ~in 4 1, 14 | the intellectual act is specified by its object, ~inasmuch 5 1, 14 | since every operation is specified by the form which is its ~ 6 1, 14 | intellectual ~operation is specified by that intelligible form 7 1, 14 | or rather God Himself, is specified by anything ~else than the 8 1, 28 | comprised under those above ~specified. Therefore there are not 9 1, 86 | OBJ 2: Further, the act is specified by the object. But the object 10 2, 1 | Whether a man's actions are specified by their end?~(4) Whether 11 2, 1 | 1~Whether human acts are specified by their end?~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 1 | that human acts are not specified by their end. For ~the end 13 2, 1 | cause. But everything is specified by an ~intrinsic principle. 14 2, 1 | Therefore human acts are not specified by their end.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 7 | Wherefore the moral act is specified chiefly by the end.~Aquin.: 16 2, 9 | reason of which the act is specified.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[1] 17 2, 9 | natural things actions are ~specified, as heating by heat. Now 18 2, 18 | appropriate another's property is specified by reason of the property ~ 19 2, 35 | observe that some things are specified by absolute forms, ~e.g. 20 2, 35 | whereas other things are specified in ~relation to something 21 2, 35 | in those ~things that are specified by absolute forms, it happens 22 2, 35 | in those things that are ~specified in relation to something 23 2, 35 | pleasure, being passions, are specified by their objects. ~According 24 2, 52 | the term by which it is specified. We may observe the same ~ 25 2, 60 | pertaining to morals are specified by their end, ~as stated 26 2, 63 | human habits and acts are specified, not by their last, but ~ 27 2, 72 | species. Moreover sin is not specified by that from which it turns 28 2, 18 | appetitive movement is both ~specified and named from its proper 29 2, 22 | that, Acts and habits are specified by their objects, as shown ~ 30 2, 49 | virtues are directed, are ~specified chiefly by their end, as 31 2, 56 | virtue. For justice ~is specified with the other virtues, 32 2, 56 | Now the "general" ~is not specified or reckoned together with 33 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 1: Justice is specified or enumerated with the other 34 2, 57 | unjust ~thing. For habits are specified by their objects, as stated 35 2, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: A habit is specified by its object in its direct 36 2, 90 | opposed to religion, is not specified according to divinations ~ 37 2, 120 | from those which have been specified above (QQ[72], ~seq.). Therefore 38 2, 182 | virtues like other habits, are specified by their acts. ~Now it is 39 2, 184 | pertaining to human acts are ~specified and denominated from the 40 3, 2 | relations, as motions, are specified by their termini. Now the 41 3, 28 | generation: since generation is specified by its terminus just as 42 3, 35 | of two relatives, one is specified from the other. ~But one 43 Suppl, 27| congregation, or of one specified person," then ~they might 44 Suppl, 44| this joining together is specified by the purpose to ~which


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