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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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generic

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | differences distinct from ~its generic essence. Now no difference 2 1, 4 | specific likeness, but in its generic likeness. Therefore ~if 3 1, 4 | to the same ~specific or generic formality, but only according 4 1, 13 | represent one and the same generic thing (Q[4], A[3]).~Aquin.: 5 1, 27 | sonship, although it ~has a generic similitude; for this kind 6 1, 28 | are spoken, both in ~their generic and in their specific nature; 7 1, 76 | forms does not involve a generic difference between man and ~ 8 1, 75 | forms does not involve a generic difference between man and ~ 9 1, 80 | sensitive appetite is one generic power, and is ~called sensuality; 10 1, 84 | But if we consider the generic or ~specific nature itself 11 1, 84 | from the ~form. But the generic nature is compared to the 12 1, 84 | material principle, because the generic nature is ~taken from that 13 1, 89 | the six days by a certain generic similitude, so far as it 14 1, 92 | if the likeness be ~only generic, or existing by virtue of 15 1, 92 | merely because of the generic likeness. Nor, if anything 16 1, 92 | than the human soul ~in its generic and intellectual nature, 17 2, 35 | form. Now a form may be generic or specific. Consequently ~ 18 2, 35 | contraries in respect of a generic form, as virtue and ~vice; 19 2, 46 | considered ~either as to the generic, or as to the specific nature, 20 2, 46 | If then we consider the ~generic nature, i.e. the nature 21 2, 46 | because it is from this very generic ~nature that man is inclined 22 2, 54 | different genera): so, too, generic diversity of objects entails 23 2, 56 | diversity of powers ~follows the generic conditions of the objects, 24 2, 61 | par in the point of the generic idea; ~although considered 25 2, 61 | even in the point of the generic idea; as the notion of ~ 26 2, 84 | thus, they say, it is a generic sin. ~Thirdly, as denoting 27 2, 88 | have an equal share of the ~generic nature: but it is the division 28 2, 88 | xli), enumerates certain generic venial sins, and certain 29 2, 88 | venial sins, and certain generic mortal ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 88 | time, it returns to its generic nature, through the consent 31 2, 102 | charadrion'; 'charadrius' is the generic name for all ~plovers.], 32 2, 9 | argument takes knowledge in the generic acceptation of ~the term: 33 2, 13 | the Holy Ghost is itself a generic sin, ~having its own determinate 34 2, 20 | fear, in respect of ~its generic difference, which is the 35 2, 20 | is opposed to fear by a generic contrariety, ~and to the 36 2, 25 | we wish them all one same generic good, namely ~everlasting 37 2, 33 | denote here that which is generic to all ~vices, but must 38 2, 37 | Therefore schism is not a generic sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] 39 2, 56 | the real mean. For ~the generic nature remains entire in 40 2, 74 | backbiting considered in its generic aspect is a graver sin than ~ 41 2, 97 | being found in ~various generic kinds of sin, inasmuch as 42 2, 123 | Reply OBJ 1: Fear in its generic acceptation denotes avoidance 43 2, 123 | to inordinate fear in its generic ~acceptation, which can 44 2, 139 | First, in respect ~of the generic notion of temperance, which 45 2, 160 | way it has somewhat of a generic ~character, inasmuch as 46 2, 160 | however, be observed that this generic character of pride ~admits 47 2, 176 | is now obsolete, and the generic term 'miracle' is elsewhere ~ 48 3, 4 | Saviour of all, not ~by a generic or specific community, such 49 3, 6 | is in harmony with the ~generic property of the soul; and 50 3, 8 | men agree with angels in generic nature, though not in ~specific 51 3, 62 | the ~term "animal" in its generic sense, and as applied to 52 Suppl, 1 | wrong-doing implies, in itself, a ~generic evil, so the utter undoing 53 Suppl, 41| thing is becoming to the generic nature, and this is common ~ 54 Suppl, 41| temperance. And just ~as the generic nature, though one in all 55 Suppl, 41| female, to which tie even the generic nature inclines.~Aquin.: 56 Suppl, 44| when namely it ~has the generic nature completely, yet adds 57 Suppl, 44| perfection, when we find the generic nature completely in ~one 58 Suppl, 51| OBJ 1: It is not from its generic nature that error is an ~ 59 Suppl, 65| a thing by virtue of its generic nature, or by virtue ~of 60 Suppl, 65| downwards ~by virtue of its generic nature, and to attract iron 61 Suppl, 65| to him by virtue ~of his generic nature, as, for instance, 62 Suppl, 65| to man according to his generic ~nature, wherefore it is 63 Suppl, 89| nature but only ~to the same generic nature: such is the likeness 64 Suppl, 89| not attain to the same ~generic nature, but only to a certain


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