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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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equivocally

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | creatures univocally or ~equivocally?~(6) Whether, supposing 2 1, 13 | it is taken univocally or equivocally as signifying God, by ~nature, 3 1, 13 | if the name "dog" be said equivocally of the ~barking dog, and 4 1, 13 | same sense, is predicated equivocally. But no name ~belongs to 5 1, 13 | creatures is predicated equivocally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 6 1, 13 | that they are predicated equivocally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 7 1, 13 | God in opinion is applied ~equivocally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 8 1, 13 | applied univocally, but equivocally to the true God, and to 9 1, 13 | taken neither univocally nor equivocally, but analogically. This 10 1, 13 | sometimes said to be predicated equivocally ~of different predicaments.~ 11 1, 14 | Movement and passion are taken equivocally, according as to ~understand 12 1, 53 | to ~be in a place belongs equivocally to a body and to an angel, 13 1, 54 | intellect in ~them, except equivocally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 14 1, 54 | he will then be speaking equivocally; and it is ~not about names 15 1, 68 | also called heaven, but equivocally. And to show that ~the word 16 1, 68 | called univocally, for if equivocally only, ~they could not properly 17 1, 70 | called so, it can only be equivocally. It will also be seen that ~ 18 1, 76 | animal or a man unless equivocally, as we speak of a painted 19 1, 54 | to ~be in a place belongs equivocally to a body and to an angel, 20 1, 55 | intellect in ~them, except equivocally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 21 1, 55 | he will then be speaking equivocally; and it is ~not about names 22 1, 69 | also called heaven, but equivocally. And to show that ~the word 23 1, 69 | called univocally, for if equivocally only, ~they could not properly 24 1, 71 | called so, it can only be equivocally. It will also be seen that ~ 25 1, 75 | animal or a man unless equivocally, as we speak of a painted 26 2, 92 | this way latria is applied equivocally to the latria of ~true religion, 27 2, 92 | just as prudence is applied equivocally ~to the prudence that is 28 3, 5 | bones nor flesh, except equivocally, ~as is plain from the Philosopher ( 29 3, 50 | the dead is only called so equivocally, as is evident from the ~ 30 3, 60 | sacrament" being thus used not equivocally but ~analogically, i.e. 31 3, 62 | that it is ~called grace equivocally: and so we are none the 32 Suppl, 80| other bodies will be said ~equivocally to be glorified, in so far 33 Suppl, 81| in a ~place is predicated equivocally of a body and an angel. 34 Suppl, 82| this clarity were so named equivocally, ~because light by its essence 35 Suppl, 82| either this sight is so named equivocally, or else ~this light is. 36 Suppl, 89| unless we call it a ~sense equivocally. Since then sight and sense


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