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universally 60
universals 56
universe 255
univocal 41
univocally 35
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univocation 1
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41 somn
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41 test
41 univocal
41 wear
40 advent
40 aeviternity
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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univocal

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | same ~formality, if it is a univocal agent - as when man reproduces 2 1, 5 | these three as something ~univocal to be predicated equally 3 1, 6 | flow from Him as ~from a univocal agent, as shown above (Q[ 4 1, 6 | likeness of an effect in the univocal cause is found uniformly; 5 1, 6 | the first, but not the univocal, cause of all things, it 6 1, 13 | to God and creatures are ~univocal. For every equivocal term 7 1, 13 | equivocal term is reduced to the univocal, as many ~are reduced to 8 1, 13 | infinitude. Now there are some univocal agents which agree with 9 1, 13 | agents are reduced, is an univocal agent: and ~thus what is 10 1, 13 | some creatures makes any univocal ~predication of them impossible, 11 1, 13 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Univocal predication is impossible 12 1, 13 | equivocal nor in a purely univocal sense. For we can name God 13 1, 13 | predications must be reduced to ~univocal, still in actions, the non-univocal 14 1, 13 | agent must precede the ~univocal agent. For the non-univocal 15 1, 13 | of ~all men; whereas the univocal agent is not the universal 16 1, 13 | whole species is not an univocal ~agent; and the universal 17 1, 13 | agent, whilst it is not univocal, nevertheless is not ~altogether 18 1, 13 | analogical agent, as all univocal ~predications are reduced 19 1, 13 | Further, names are called univocal because they contain one 20 1, 13 | apparent from this reason: Univocal terms mean absolutely the 21 1, 16 | for here the agent is not univocal. In the same way, the being 22 1, 25 | Reply OBJ 2: The power of a univocal agent is wholly manifested 23 1, 25 | clear that God is not a ~univocal agent. For nothing agrees 24 1, 25 | body moving another is a univocal agent; wherefore it follows ~ 25 1, 25 | mover, however, is not a univocal agent; whence it is not ~ 26 1, 31 | others, though not in a univocal sense. Likewise it is true 27 1, 33 | perfect is ~the generation; as univocal generation is more perfect 28 1, 33 | and to ~the Son not in a univocal sense, but according to 29 1, 45 | required, in the shape of a univocal ~generator.~Aquin.: SMT 30 1, 46 | required, in the shape of a univocal ~generator.~Aquin.: SMT 31 2, 20 | from another, as from ~a univocal efficient cause, then it 32 2, 60 | form, as happens with ~all univocal agents, so that if the agent 33 2, 60 | specifically one: thus the univocal ~effect of fire is of necessity 34 2, 61 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: When a univocal genus is divided into its 35 3, 11 | now speaking about was ~univocal with our knowledge, even 36 3, 62 | likeness, as an effect in its univocal cause; nor as to some ~proper 37 Suppl, 73| proximate and, so to say, the univocal cause of our resurrection. ~ 38 Suppl, 73| our resurrection. ~Now a univocal efficient cause produces 39 Suppl, 73| of ~Christ, which is the univocal efficient cause of our resurrection, 40 Suppl, 73| Christ rising again is the univocal cause of our ~resurrection: 41 Suppl, 83| agent, and thus it is in all univocal ~agents, for instance a


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