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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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logical

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | subsisted; but they have only ~logical existence, inasmuch as they 2 1, 5 | there should be in ~some logical entity neither goodness 3 1, 13 | that a relation is real or ~logical. Sometimes from both extremes 4 1, 16 | as not-being is a kind of logical being, ~apprehended, that 5 1, 28 | of this kind is only a ~logical one; for every real relation 6 1, 28 | real relation, but only a logical one. Therefore paternity 7 1, 28 | operation of the intellect are ~logical relations. Therefore paternity 8 1, 28 | upon generation, are only logical relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP 9 1, 28 | another, and this is a ~logical relation only; as, for instance, 10 1, 28 | the term "the same" is a logical ~relation only, if in regard 11 1, 28 | the objects understood are logical relations only, inasmuch 12 1, 28 | whence it proceeds, are not logical relations only, but are 13 1, 28 | the identity be real and logical; as, for ~instance, a tunic 14 1, 28 | relations; but ~are only logical relations (Q[42], A[3], 15 1, 30 | Although this community is logical and not real, yet it ~does 16 1, 32 | admitting ~in God, many logical relations. But in the Father 17 1, 48 | Aristotle, especially in his logical works, brings forward examples 18 1, 76 | proceeding from the various logical notions or intentions, which 19 1, 76 | whole which is divided into logical and essential ~parts: as 20 1, 76 | totality, which depends on logical ~and essential perfection, 21 1, 49 | Aristotle, especially in his logical works, brings forward examples 22 1, 75 | proceeding from the various logical notions or intentions, which 23 1, 75 | whole which is divided into logical and essential ~parts: as 24 1, 75 | totality, which depends on logical ~and essential perfection, 25 1, 84 | before its division into logical parts, as we have said above ~( 26 1, 86 | Wherefore although there is a logical distinction between the ~ 27 1, 87 | they belong to the same logical genus, because even ~immaterial 28 1, 87 | either natural genus or logical genus; ~because God is in 29 2, 60 | just as there is only a logical difference between a virtue 30 2, 23 | the distinction, at least logical, of the one ~charity from 31 2, 79 | from one ~another. Now a logical difference in the object 32 2, 109 | There is, however, a mere logical difference between them, 33 2, 139 | moral virtue. Yet there is a logical difference between temperance ~ 34 Suppl, 17| and that there is only a logical difference, according ~as 35 Suppl, 93| aureole would ~only imply a logical difference: and this cannot


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