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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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predication

   Part, Question
1 1, 13| creatures makes any univocal ~predication of them impossible, as in 2 1, 13| creatures; and so only equivocal predication can be ~applied to them.~ 3 1, 13| I answer that, Univocal predication is impossible between God 4 1, 13| non-univocal analogical ~predication, which is being.~Aquin.: 5 1, 13| does not depend on the ~predication of the name, but on the 6 1, 13| proceed from the different predication of the name, and not from ~ 7 1, 14| as they enter into divine predication, ~everything that savors 8 1, 33| there is no ~priority of predication. But paternity and filiation 9 1, 39| higher except by ~accidental predication; as when I say, "animal 10 1, 39| essence is the Father," ~the predication is one of identity, and 11 1, 54| be its own action, ~such predication is not essential, but concomitant, 12 1, 76| second manner of essential predication, ~(if the forms are ordered 13 1, 76| second ~manner of essential predication.) Therefore, if we have 14 1, 76| second manner of essential predication, if one soul be presupposed 15 1, 77| according as they receive ~the predication of the common genus.~Aquin.: 16 1, 39| higher except by ~accidental predication; as when I say, "animal 17 1, 39| essence is the Father," ~the predication is one of identity, and 18 1, 55| be its own action, ~such predication is not essential, but concomitant, 19 1, 75| second manner of essential predication, ~(if the forms are ordered 20 1, 75| second ~manner of essential predication.) Therefore, if we have 21 1, 75| second manner of essential predication, if one soul be presupposed 22 1, 76| according as they receive ~the predication of the common genus.~Aquin.: 23 1, 77| is called "common" not by predication, ~as if it were a genus; 24 2, 30| have causal, not essential ~predication: for covetousness is not 25 2, 46| in two ways. First, by ~predication; thus "animal" is general 26 2, 56| in two ways. First, by ~"predication": thus "animal" is general 27 3, 2 | to ~man and receives its predication. Therefore, if there is 28 3, 16| preserve the truth of the predication. For they say that man is ~ 29 3, 16| but by the truth of the predication. For ~a word signifying 30 3, 16| Nevertheless, its mode of predication is different; and hence ~ 31 3, 66| thus there would be "causal predication."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[


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