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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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equivocal

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | eminent degree, if it is an equivocal agent - thus in the sun 2 1, 6 | found uniformly; but in ~the equivocal cause it is found more excellently, 3 1, 13 | are ~univocal. For every equivocal term is reduced to the univocal, 4 1, 13 | are some ~agents which are equivocal, as the sun which causes 5 1, 13 | the ~sun is hot only in an equivocal sense. Therefore it seems 6 1, 13 | there is no similitude among equivocal things. Therefore ~as creatures 7 1, 13 | and creatures; and so only equivocal predication can be ~applied 8 1, 13 | and creatures in a ~purely equivocal sense, as some have said. 9 1, 13 | analogically, and not in a ~purely equivocal nor in a purely univocal 10 1, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although equivocal predications must be reduced 11 1, 13 | nevertheless is not ~altogether equivocal, otherwise it could not 12 1, 13 | to a picture of one, is equivocal. Therefore this name ~"God" 13 1, 13 | absolutely the same thing, ~but equivocal terms absolutely different; 14 1, 13 | pictured animal ~is not purely equivocal; for the Philosopher takes 15 1, 13 | for the Philosopher takes equivocal names in a ~large sense, 16 1, 29 | is used among us in an equivocal sense, since it sometimes ~ 17 1, 29 | relation, it would ~bear an equivocal meaning in God, in man, 18 1, 29 | word "person" is used in an equivocal sense. Though neither is 19 1, 30 | natures, by reason of the equivocal signification of the term.~ 20 1, 45 | the word creation in an equivocal sense, ~according as to 21 1, 68 | word is here used in an equivocal sense, it is expressly said 22 1, 69 | denotes throughout an equivocal use of the name ~imposed. 23 1, 46 | the word creation in an equivocal sense, ~according as to 24 1, 69 | word is here used in an equivocal sense, it is expressly said 25 1, 70 | denotes throughout an equivocal use of the name ~imposed. 26 1, 111 | that is, "kindling " in an equivocal sense, ~because he came 27 1, 111 | are said ~to be sent in an equivocal sense, as appears from what 28 3, 60 | this is clearly seen in equivocal words. But all ~deception 29 3, 62 | Wherefore just as it is not equivocal to use the ~term "animal" 30 3, 62 | a man, so neither ~is it equivocal to speak of grace commonly 31 Suppl, 55| as ~is the case with all equivocal effective causes. Thus, 32 Suppl, 55| species, as instanced in all equivocal agents. The first kind of ~ 33 Suppl, 55| diversity of species, as from an equivocal cause. Now ~the stronger 34 Suppl, 73| God is, as it were, the ~equivocal cause of our resurrection, 35 Suppl, 83| and thus it ~is in all equivocal agents. In these it happens


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