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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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designated

   Part, Question
1 1, 30 | others. But the name of a designated ~singular thing signifies 2 1, 36 | Ghost," one property is designated which is the ~form signified 3 1, 39 | absolute sense, is wont to be designated as ~belonging to that of 4 1, 39 | form is not wont to be ~designated as belonging to the form 5 1, 39 | essence, the latter ~may be designated by the pronoun "this," according 6 1, 40 | Q[32], A[2]). These are designated by abstract terms, ~being 7 1, 40 | Now, properties are not designated as ~"supposita," but as 8 1, 41 | But origin can be properly designated only by certain acts. Wherefore, 9 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 1: Every origin is designated by an act. In God there 10 1, 42 | and likeness in God may be designated in two ~ways - namely, by 11 1, 42 | nouns and by verbs. When designated by nouns, equality ~in the 12 1, 43 | existing from another is ~designated, with the visible or invisible 13 1, 43 | person. Thus if the sender be designated as the ~principle of the 14 1, 50 | irrational things to be designated as angels. ~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 61 | creation of things, but are ~designated by the name "heavens" or 16 1, 61 | either ~passed over, or else designated by the names of corporeal 17 1, 66 | all corporeal things is designated. Therefore the matter of 18 1, 68 | transparent body, as fittingly designated under the name of ~waters. 19 1, 72 | as bears ~and lions are designated. By "creeping things" those 20 1, 39 | absolute sense, is wont to be designated as ~belonging to that of 21 1, 39 | form is not wont to be ~designated as belonging to the form 22 1, 39 | essence, the latter ~may be designated by the pronoun "this," according 23 1, 40 | Q[32], A[2]). These are designated by abstract terms, ~being 24 1, 40 | Now, properties are not designated as ~"supposita," but as 25 1, 41 | But origin can be properly designated only by certain acts. Wherefore, 26 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 1: Every origin is designated by an act. In God there 27 1, 42 | and likeness in God may be designated in two ~ways - namely, by 28 1, 42 | nouns and by verbs. When designated by nouns, equality ~in the 29 1, 43 | existing from another is ~designated, with the visible or invisible 30 1, 43 | person. Thus if the sender be designated as the ~principle of the 31 1, 51 | irrational things to be designated as angels. ~Aquin.: SMT 32 1, 62 | creation of things, but are ~designated by the name "heavens" or 33 1, 62 | either ~passed over, or else designated by the names of corporeal 34 1, 67 | all corporeal things is designated. Therefore the matter of 35 1, 69 | transparent body, as fittingly designated under the name of ~waters. 36 1, 71 | as bears ~and lions are designated. By "creeping things" those 37 1, 107 | OBJ 2: The nearness to God designated by the name of the ~"Thrones," 38 2, 4 | Happiness is frequently designated by Scripture under the name 39 2, 49 | essential principles are designated.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 40 2, 89 | venial sins are suitably designated as "wood, hay, and stubble"?~ 41 2, 89 | venial sins are unsuitably designated as ~"wood," "hay," and " 42 2, 89 | venial sins are not suitably ~designated as wood, hay and stubble.~ 43 2, 89 | venial sins are ~unsuitably designated by wood, hay, and stubble.~ 44 2, 89 | venial sins are not suitably ~designated by these three.~Aquin.: 45 2, 89 | which according to them are ~designated by wood, hay and stubble. 46 2, 89 | neighbor, wherefore they are designated by "gold," "silver," and ~" 47 2, 89 | for earthly things, are designated ~by wood, hay, and stubble. 48 2, 102 | while ~the color of the cow designated the blood of His Passion. 49 2, 31 | charge of others were usually designated ~under the name of priests. 50 2, 100 | that all such persons are designated ~as "fathers," on account 51 2, 155 | diminution of anger, and is designated by the name ~of meekness." 52 2, 156 | Reply OBJ 1: The Stoics designated anger and all the other 53 3, 3 | whoever has two qualities is designated in the singular as "such 54 3, 31 | mentioned by name, but is ~designated through her husband; both 55 3, 31 | could be singled out and ~designated as the very matter from 56 3, 35 | movement, but because it is designated by way of a ~transformation 57 3, 36 | Gentiles, "who are thus designated by the stars, are by the ~ 58 3, 52 | mansions, may in ~this way be designated as the deepest hell."~Aquin.: 59 3, 58 | for how can a place be designated ~by His right hand, who 60 3, 66 | Person of the Father is designated not only by the ~name Father, 61 3, 66 | Baptism. Now the minister is designated by the ~words, "I baptize 62 Suppl, 54| of which being ~actually designated, the line is divided, and 63 Suppl, 59| and unbelief are specially designated by the name of ~fornication: 64 Suppl, 72| while all the ~elements are designated by "earth," as expressed


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