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univocal 41
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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univocally

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | predicated of God and of us ~univocally. Hence it does not follow 2 1, 13| to God and to creatures univocally or ~equivocally?~(6) Whether, 3 1, 13| 10) Whether it is taken univocally or equivocally as signifying 4 1, 13| God and of creatures is univocally predicated of ~them?~Aquin.: 5 1, 13| it must be said of some ~univocally - viz. of all barking dogs; 6 1, 13| creatures, is predicated univocally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 7 1, 13| said of God and creatures univocally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 8 1, 13| thus a word may be applied univocally to God and to ~creatures.~ 9 1, 13| anything be predicated ~univocally of God and creatures; and 10 1, 13| Hence ~no name is predicated univocally of God and of creatures.~ 11 1, 13| names are not predicated univocally of God and creatures; yet 12 1, 13| God" is applied to God univocally by nature, by ~participation, 13 1, 13| God" is applied to God univocally by ~nature, by participation, 14 1, 13| both senses is spoken of univocally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 15 1, 13| name "beatitude" is applied univocally to this supposed ~happiness, 16 1, 13| this name "God" is ~applied univocally to the true God, and to 17 1, 13| this name ~"God" is applied univocally to both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 13| name "God" is ~not applied univocally, but equivocally to the 19 1, 13| significations is ~taken neither univocally nor equivocally, but analogically. 20 1, 16| predicated of many things univocally, it is found in ~each of 21 1, 29| nevertheless they agree univocally in ~animal, because the 22 1, 29| Though neither is it applied ~univocally, since nothing can be said 23 1, 29| since nothing can be said univocally of God and creatures ~(Q[ 24 1, 32| not in ~God and ourselves univocally. Hence, Augustine says ( 25 1, 68| predicated of many things univocally is ~predicated of them according 26 1, 68| one, they are so called univocally, for if equivocally only, ~ 27 1, 69| predicated of many things univocally is ~predicated of them according 28 1, 69| one, they are so called univocally, for if equivocally only, ~ 29 2, 60| the direction of reason univocally so ~to say; because it is 30 2, 92| But latria, apparently, is univocally applied to ~idolatry and 31 2, 92| religion. For just as we ~speak univocally of the desire of false happiness, 32 2, 92| too, seemingly, we speak univocally of the worship of ~false 33 2, 92| Taken thus latria is applied univocally, whether to true ~religion 34 2, 92| the payment of a tax is univocally the ~same, whether it is 35 3, 2 | Christ is called a man univocally with other men, as ~being


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