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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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distinguishing

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | the accidental qualities distinguishing this ~particular matter, 2 1, 5 | Platonists, ~who, through not distinguishing primary matter from privation, 3 1, 13 | addressed to the end of distinguishing clearly and ~praiseworthily 4 1, 16 | but by the absence of all distinguishing form. In this manner ~all 5 1, 29 | or with the addition of a distinguishing adjective; as when we ~say, " 6 1, 40 | remains undivided; but the distinguishing principles ~themselves must 7 1, 40 | not add to hypostasis a distinguishing property ~absolutely, but 8 1, 40 | property ~absolutely, but a distinguishing property of dignity, all 9 1, 40 | the difference. Now, this distinguishing property is one of ~dignity 10 1, 40 | rational ~nature. Hence, if the distinguishing property be removed from 11 1, 40 | Consequently, in God the distinguishing relation ~belongs essentially 12 1, 42 | who sunder the Trinity by ~distinguishing degrees as of numbers, thus 13 1, 50 | whatever is subject to this distinguishing form, as it ~were something 14 1, 74 | is because the work of ~distinguishing the waters was only begun 15 1, 40 | remains undivided; but the distinguishing principles ~themselves must 16 1, 40 | not add to hypostasis a distinguishing property ~absolutely, but 17 1, 40 | property ~absolutely, but a distinguishing property of dignity, all 18 1, 40 | the difference. Now, this distinguishing property is one of ~dignity 19 1, 40 | rational ~nature. Hence, if the distinguishing property be removed from 20 1, 40 | Consequently, in God the distinguishing relation ~belongs essentially 21 1, 42 | who sunder the Trinity by ~distinguishing degrees as of numbers, thus 22 1, 51 | whatever is subject to this distinguishing form, as it ~were something 23 1, 73 | is because the work of ~distinguishing the waters was only begun 24 1, 84 | afterwards we know it by distinguishing its principles and ~elements." 25 1, 94 | grace. For ~the Apostle, distinguishing between Adam and Christ, 26 2, 3 | perfect virtue." And in ~distinguishing the virtues, he gives no 27 2, 31 | there is ~equal reason for distinguishing gladness, exultation, and 28 2, 54 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In distinguishing powers, or also habits, 29 2, 104| is a distinct reason for distinguishing them.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] 30 2, 186| the Abbot ~Nesteros in distinguishing the various aims of religious 31 3, 63 | re-creating Trinity, and distinguishing him from those who ~are 32 3, 80 | the Lord," that is, not distinguishing it from other food: and


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