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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ratio

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | only through its ~proper ratio. But as God knows all things 2 1, 14 | each thing by its proper ratio; for one thing cannot be ~ 3 1, 14 | thing cannot be ~the proper ratio of many and diverse things. 4 1, 14 | otherwise than by their proper ratio is to have only a common 5 1, 14 | an equal manner as the ~ratio of different things. But 6 1, 19 | I answer that, Since the ratio of good is the ratio of 7 1, 19 | the ratio of good is the ratio of appetibility, as ~said 8 1, 78 | according ~to the common ratio of the object, that power 9 1, 78 | object under the common ratio of color, is ~not differentiated 10 1, 78 | object under the common ratio of being: since the passive ~ 11 1, 83 | knowledge is in inverse ratio of materiality. And consequently 12 1, 114 | corporeal ~matter. For virtue [ratio] implies something of a 13 2, 17 | Consequently there is no ratio there of commander and commanded; ~ 14 2, 60 | passions stands ~in the same ratio to both, even as in the 15 2, 60 | contraries have one common ratio; so too between ~contrary 16 2, 73 | only by multiplying the ratio of sin: ~thus if a wasteful 17 2, 73 | because ~it may multiply the ratio of evil within the same 18 2, 74 | as in similar ~passages 'ratio' has been rendered by the 19 2, 93 | law is a sovereign type [*Ratio] existing in God?~Aquin.: 20 2, 93 | rather be called their ~type [ratio].~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] A[ 21 2, 100 | covetousness has one common ratio: and therefore the ~Apostle 22 2, 18 | mean differs in the same ratio from both the extremes. ~ 23 2, 81 | is spoken reason [oris ratio]." Now the speculative and ~ 24 2, 118 | predicated of ~many in one common ratio, as animal of horse and 25 3, 13 | power are not in ~the same ratio; for an active power flows 26 3, 18 | acts regard the one common ratio of the ~object, which is 27 3, 57 | things ~which have no common ratio. But place is not predicated 28 3, 57 | not predicated in the same ratio ~of bodies and of spiritual 29 Suppl, 66| particular cases there is no ratio that applies to all ~equally, 30 Suppl, 81| movement in a plenum, since the ratio of movements in point of ~ 31 Suppl, 81| point of ~velocity is as the ratio of the resistance offered 32 Suppl, 81| observes. They say that the ~ratio of one whole movement to 33 Suppl, 81| not necessarily ~as the ratio of one resisting medium 34 Suppl, 81| resisting medium, but ~that the ratio of the intervening mediums 35 Suppl, 81| intervening mediums gives us the ratio of ~retardations attending 36 Suppl, 81| quantities: for instance the ratio 2 + 1 to 4 + 1 ~is not as 37 Suppl, 89| according to its common ratio with the external object. 38 Suppl, 89| is employed signifies a ratio of quantity to quantity 39 Suppl, 89| transferred to denote ~any ratio of any one thing to another; 40 Suppl, 89| sight according to ~the same ratio as it is in the object,


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