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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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predicaments

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | goodness is divided by the ten ~predicaments, as the Philosopher says ( 2 1, 5 | is divided ~by the ten predicaments. But this division belongs 3 1, 13| equivocally ~of different predicaments.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 4 1, 28| Trin. iv), "All possible predicaments used as regards ~the Godhead 5 1, 28| there are said to be two predicaments only in God, since other ~ 6 1, 28| only in God, since other ~predicaments import habitude to that 7 1, 48| as divisible by the ten "predicaments"; and in that sense it is ~ 8 1, 49| as divisible by the ten "predicaments"; and in that sense it is ~ 9 2, 49| is reckoned as one of the predicaments; as may be ~clearly seen 10 2, 49| seen in the Book of the Predicaments (Categor. vi). But one ~ 11 2, 49| stated in the Book ~of the Predicaments (Categor. vi). Now disposition 12 2, 49| Philosopher says in the Book of Predicaments ~(Categor. vi) that "habit 13 2, 49| is common to the various predicaments. And so ~the Philosopher 14 2, 49| result from the various predicaments; as, for instance, ~opposition, 15 2, 49| thus it is common to many predicaments, as we have said.~Aquin.: 16 2, 49| in his Commentary on the Predicaments, "he includes all dispositions: ~ 17 2, 49| says in the Book of the Predicaments ~(Categor. vi), that heat 18 2, 49| says in the Book of the Predicaments ~(Categor. vi) that "one 19 2, 49| Philosopher in the Book of Predicaments (Categor. vi) ~reckons disposition 20 2, 49| in his Commentary on the Predicaments, explains the ~difference 21 2, 49| in his Commentary on the ~Predicaments.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 22 2, 50| Philosopher says in the Book of Predicaments (De ~Categor. vi) that health 23 2, 50| in his Commentary on the ~Predicaments, Alexander denied absolutely 24 2, 50| sickness in the Book on the Predicaments not as though they ~belonged 25 2, 50| in his Commentary on the ~Predicaments, that, since every operation 26 2, 50| in his Commentary on the ~Predicaments: "Wisdom which is in the 27 2, 50| in his Commentary on the Predicaments ~that: "The habits of the 28 2, 52| in his Commentary on the Predicaments. For Plotinus and the other ~ 29 2, 52| alludes to this opinion in the Predicaments ~(Categor. vi). The third 30 2, 52| given by Aristotle in the Predicaments ~(Categor. vi), where in 31 2, 66| in his ~Commentary on the Predicaments, that virtue cannot be more 32 2, 68| remove," as stated in the Predicaments (Categor. vi). Now it ~is 33 2, 45| virtue, as appears in the ~Predicaments (vi). Therefore prudence 34 2, 45| good," as stated in the Predicaments (viii) it would seem that 35 3, 2 | taken for one of the ten ~predicaments or as a species of quality. 36 3, 86| because, as stated in the Predicaments (Categor. viii) "a vicious


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