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501 1, 73 | 2/2~If, however, these two explanations are looked 502 1, 73 | diversity of opinion existing on two points, as already shown ( 503 1, 73 | heaven and the earth, as ~the two extremes, are alone mentioned, 504 1, 73 | is Love. Now, "there are two things," says Augustine ~( 505 1, 74 | 2~Concerning the first, two points have to be considered; 506 1, 74 | is shown ~principally by two actions, knowledge and movement. 507 1, 74 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: There are two kinds of contact; of "quantity," 508 1, 74 | particular thing" can be taken in two senses. ~Firstly, for anything 509 1, 74 | OBJ 3: Motive power is of two kinds. One, the appetitive 510 1, 74 | is man," can be taken in two ~senses. First, that man 511 1, 74 | consider this question in ~two ways. First, from the notion 512 1, 74 | thing may be corrupted in two ~ways - "per se," and accidentally. 513 1, 75 | one principal agent, and two ~instruments, we can say 514 1, 75 | several things with his two hands, there ~will be one 515 1, 75 | be one who touches, but two contacts. If, on the contrary, 516 1, 75 | Therefore, if we suppose two men to have several intellects ~ 517 1, 75 | sense - for instance, if two men had one eye - there 518 1, 75 | do we say that there are two souls in one man, as James 519 1, 75 | either that one of these two things could not be predicated 520 1, 75 | accidentally, supposing these two forms not to be ordered 521 1, 75 | moves itself is divided into two parts, of which one moves, 522 1, 75 | though lucid and light were two separate ~things, but because 523 1, 75 | observing that in matter two conditions ~are to be found; 524 1, 75 | Further, a link between two things seems to be that 525 1, 76 | purpose ~this may be proved in two ways. First, because, since 526 1, 76 | growth. Now, from ~these two things an act receives its 527 1, 76 | power were to have one of two contraries as such for ~ 528 1, 76 | color. This is because of two contraries one, in a ~manner, 529 1, 76 | triple order among them, two of which correspond to the ~ 530 1, 76 | another can be ~taken in two ways; according to the order 531 1, 76 | Those powers among which the two ~other kinds of order exist 532 1, 76 | body, this can be taken in two ways. Firstly, ~the words " 533 1, 76 | They differ, however, in two ~respects. First, because 534 1, 76 | Eccl. Dogm. xix) that "of two substances ~only does man 535 1, 77 | evident that the latter two genera of the soul's powers 536 1, 77 | In this way there are ~two kinds of powers - namely, 537 1, 77 | this way there are again two kinds of powers in the soul: 538 1, 77 | Para. 4/4~Thus the first two objectives are hereby solved.~ 539 1, 77 | 5~Now, immutation is of two kinds, one natural, the 540 1, 77 | happens as regards these two senses.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 541 1, 77 | because what discerns between two ~things must know both. 542 1, 78 | passive" may be taken in the two first senses; forasmuch 543 1, 78 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: There are two opinions as to the effect 544 1, 78 | past may be referred to two ~things - namely, to the 545 1, 78 | act of ~knowledge. These two are found together in the 546 1, 78 | higher and lower ~reason are two powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 547 1, 78 | Therefore they are ~not two powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 548 1, 78 | Augustine, can in no way be two powers of the soul. For 549 1, 78 | temporal things." Now these two - namely, eternal and temporal - 550 1, 78 | the Philosopher postulates two lesser ~parts of the soul - 551 1, 78 | not ~because they are two powers, but because they 552 1, 79 | APPETITIVE POWERS IN GENERAL (TWO ARTICLES)~Next we consider 553 1, 79 | Under the first there ~are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 554 1, 80 | Fide Orth. ii, 12) assign two parts to the sensitive ~ 555 1, 80 | but it is divided into two powers, which are species ~ 556 1, 80 | be in the sensitive part two ~appetitive powers - one 557 1, 80 | above ~obstacles. Now these two are not to be reduced to 558 1, 80 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, In two ways the irascible and concupiscible 559 1, 81 | triangle to be ~equal to two right angles. And this is " 560 1, 81 | another can be ~considered in two ways: "absolutely" and " 561 1, 81 | thing is said to move in two ways: First, as an end; ~ 562 1, 81 | intellect may be considered in two ways: as ~apprehensive of 563 1, 81 | will ~may be considered in two ways: according to the common 564 1, 81 | like can be understood in two ~ways. Sometimes they are 565 1, 82 | 5: Quality in man is of two kinds: natural and adventitious. ~ 566 1, 82 | can be clearly proved in two ways. First of all, ~because, 567 1, 82 | the nature of choice. Now two things concur in ~choice: 568 1, 82 | way of comparison between two things. ~Therefore it seems 569 1, 82 | the ~intellect there are two powers - the active and 570 1, 82 | and the free-will are not two powers, but one.~Aquin.: 571 1, 83 | be shown to be false for two reasons. First, because, 572 1, 83 | four material elements and two ~principles of movement, 573 1, 83 | substances. And this ~in two ways. For Plato, as we have 574 1, 83 | be ~known in another in two ways. First, as in an object 575 1, 83 | body." This ~he proves in two ways. First, because "whatever 576 1, 84 | Anima iii, 5) there are two ~things in the intellectual 577 1, 84 | Abstraction may occur in two ways: First, by way of ~ 578 1, 84 | however, manifestly false for two reasons. First, because 579 1, 84 | abstract universal" imply two ~things, the nature of a 580 1, 84 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: There are two operations in the sensitive 581 1, 84 | our knowledge there are two things to be considered. ~ 582 1, 84 | universal can be considered in two ways. First, the ~universal 583 1, 84 | thus ~we must distinguish two orders of nature: one, by 584 1, 84 | A part can be known in two ways. First, absolutely ~ 585 1, 84 | know the difference between two things unless ~we know both 586 1, 84 | Parts can be understood in two ways. First, in a confused ~ 587 1, 84 | another may ~be taken in two senses. First, so that the 588 1, 84 | applies to the intellect in two ~ways. First, as regards 589 1, 85 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If two or more bodies were in the 590 1, 85 | things can be considered in two ways; either ~as contingent, 591 1, 85 | the future may be known in two ways: either in itself, ~ 592 1, 86 | its act. This happens in two ~ways: In the first place, 593 1, 86 | difference between ~these two kinds of knowledge, and 594 1, 86 | be called self-evident in two ways, ~either because we 595 1, 86 | efficient ~causes. So of two things belonging essentially 596 1, 87 | an ~action is ascribed to two principles in one of these 597 1, 87 | principles in one of these two ways; to a ~principal agent 598 1, 87 | intelligible object, or two; but rather in regard to 599 1, 88 | soul, it would follow that two forms of the ~same species 600 1, 88 | form may be ~corrupted in two ways; first, directly, when 601 1, 88 | the above work mentions two ways in which ~knowledge 602 1, 88 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: These two kinds of knowledge are not 603 1, 88 | answer that, Action offers two things for our consideration - 604 1, 89 | to have originated from two statements of the ancients. ~ 605 1, 90 | organ is a medium between ~two contraries, as much needs 606 1, 90 | virtues of ~creatures, in two ways. First, both in active 607 1, 91 | the ~distinction of these two forces in man; so that the 608 1, 91 | said: ~"And they shall be two in one flesh" (Gn. 2:24).~ 609 1, 92 | speak of God's image in two ways. First, we may ~consider 610 1, 92 | clear how to solve the first two objections.~Aquin.: SMT 611 1, 92 | this can be understood in two ways: first, so that this ~ 612 1, 92 | of the will joining the two together, ~does not proceed 613 1, 92 | turn towards an object in two ways: directly and ~immediately, 614 1, 92 | virtue to the will; which two things are parts of the 615 1, 92 | Some consider that ~these two were mentioned not without 616 1, 92 | distinguished from image in two ways: first as its preamble 617 1, 93 | Concerning the first ~there are two things to be considered: ( 618 1, 93 | the word enigma may be of two kinds: first, so far as 619 1, 93 | may be distinguished in two ~ways. First, from a diversity 620 1, 93 | some, deception may mean two things; ~namely, any slight 621 1, 94 | concerning ~which there are two points of treatment: (1) 622 1, 94 | Perseverance may be taken in two ways: in one sense as a ~ 623 1, 94 | degree may be gauged in two ways. First, ~in its root, 624 1, 94 | itself. This degree is of two kinds, absolute ~and proportional. 625 1, 94 | proportional. The widow who put two mites into the treasury 626 1, 95 | between man and ~man, for two reasons. First, because 627 1, 96 | Passion" may be taken in two senses. First, in its ~proper 628 1, 96 | how to reply to the first two objections; since ~sensation 629 1, 96 | the preservation of life, two ~remedies, against two defects. 630 1, 96 | two ~remedies, against two defects. One of these defects 631 1, 97 | PRESERVATION OF THE SPECIES (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider 632 1, 97 | the ~first head there are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 633 1, 97 | original number of mankind was two only. Therefore ~there would 634 1, 97 | present state ~of life, two things to be considered. 635 1, 98 | OFFSPRING AS TO THE BODY (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now consider 636 1, 98 | the ~first head there are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 637 1, 99 | AS REGARDS RIGHTEOUSNESS (TWO ARTICLES)~We now have to 638 1, 99 | Under this head there are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 639 1, 100 | OFFSPRING AS REGARDS KNOWLEDGE (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider 640 1, 100 | Under ~this head there are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 641 1, 101 | change. By the first of these two conditions, it ~is a fitting 642 1, 101 | Genesis may be understood in two ways. First, in the sense 643 1, 102 | refuted as impossible in two ways. First, by observation 644 1, 102 | or operates for an end in two ways. First, ~in moving 645 1, 102 | But it "is ~better that two should be together than 646 1, 102 | consider individual goods, then two are better than ~one. But 647 1, 102 | there are, in ~general, two effects of the government. 648 1, 102 | is assimilated ~to God in two things; first, with regard 649 1, 102 | good. Wherefore there are two ~effects of government, 650 1, 102 | movement. As regards these two things we ~find order among 651 1, 102 | the replies to the other ~two objections.~Aquin.: SMT 652 1, 102 | In government there are two things to be considered; 653 1, 102 | of Divine providence in two ~ways: in general, inasmuch 654 1, 102 | government. This can be proved in two ways: firstly from the fact 655 1, 103 | it; thus a ~multiple of two must necessarily be even, 656 1, 103 | preserved by another in two ways. First, indirectly, 657 1, 103 | Now it is clear that of two things in the same species 658 1, 103 | keeps another in being ~in two ways; first, indirectly 659 1, 104 | assimilated to the active cause in two ways. ~First, according 660 1, 104 | opposites, it follows ~that two opposites would exist at 661 1, 104 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: There are two kinds of contact; corporeal 662 1, 104 | corporeal contact, when two ~bodies touch each other; 663 1, 104 | Further, God cannot make two contradictories to be true 664 1, 104 | proceed at the same time from two ~sources; as neither can 665 1, 104 | same movement belong to two movable ~things. Therefore 666 1, 104 | action does not proceed from two agents of the same ~order. 667 1, 104 | this natural ~order, in two ways. It may happen by the 668 1, 104 | the deed, for instance, if two bodies occupy the same ~ 669 1, 105 | Body Para. 2/2~Now since two things concur in the intellectual 670 1, 105 | the will is changed in ~two ways; on the part of the 671 1, 107 | Now principality includes two things: the prince himself 672 1, 107 | Dei xii, 1): "There are two ~cities, that is, two societies, 673 1, 107 | are two ~cities, that is, two societies, one of the good 674 1, 107 | white and partly black, the ~two parts on the borders of 675 1, 107 | position than any other two white parts, but are less 676 1, 107 | less akin in ~quality; so two angels who are on the boundary 677 1, 107 | who are on the boundary of two orders are more ~akin in 678 1, 107 | angels may be considered in two ways. First, according to 679 1, 107 | Virtue" can be taken in two ways. First, commonly, considered 680 1, 107 | ardor. And although these two excellent attributes include ~ 681 1, 107 | does not include the ~other two; and so the order of the " 682 1, 107 | angelic orders we may consider two things; the ~distinction 683 1, 107 | that "there will not be two societies of men and angels, 684 1, 110 | making known Divine truth has two ~functions; namely, according 685 1, 110 | intellect. And in ~these two ways man is enlightened 686 1, 110 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Two dispositions concur in the 687 1, 110 | enlightenment can be understood ~in two ways. First, on the part 688 1, 110 | The will can be changed in two ways. First, from within; ~ 689 1, 110 | that these are the only two passages in ~the Greek version 690 1, 111 | operation can be intellectual in two ways. In one way, ~as dwelling 691 1, 111 | contemplation; because ~given two actions, one of which is 692 1, 112 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Two things are required for 693 1, 112 | be assigned to a man for two reasons: first, ~inasmuch 694 1, 112 | A[2]), man is guarded in two ways; in ~one way by particular 695 1, 112 | super Matt.) there are two ~opinions on this matter. 696 1, 113 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Two things may be considered 697 1, 113 | wicked angels assail men in two ways. Firstly by ~instigating 698 1, 113 | the cause of another in two ways; ~directly and indirectly. 699 1, 113 | 2~Now this may happen in two ways. Firstly, from within; 700 1, 113 | Him for a time." There are two reasons for ~this. One is 701 1, 114 | effected by the contact of two bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 702 1, 114 | of the ~moon, happens in two ways. Firstly, they do so 703 1, 114 | constellations, come ~for two reasons. Firstly, in order 704 1, 114 | and the clashing of these two causes, inasmuch as it is ~ 705 1, 114 | nevertheless the clashing ~of two causes, being accidental, 706 1, 115 | intended. For instance, if two servants are sent by their ~ 707 1, 115 | place; the meeting of the two servants in regard to ~themselves 708 1, 115 | ordering of the effects in two ways. ~Firstly, as being 709 1, 115 | fate, can ~be considered in two ways: firstly, in regard 710 1, 116 | In these latter ~effects two things must be noticed. 711 1, 117 | this union to take place two wills would have to ~concur - 712 1, 118 | PROPAGATION OF MAN AS TO THE BODY (TWO ARTICLES)~We now consider 713 1, 118 | Concerning this ~there are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 714 1, 118 | nature can be considered in two ways: ~firstly, in general 715 1, 118 | live after being cut in two: which is ~inadmissible.~ 716 2, 1 | is voluntary ~in one of two ways: first, because it 717 2, 1 | action or movement, in two ways: first, as a thing, 718 2, 1 | 6:24, "No man can serve two masters," such, namely, 719 2, 1 | appetite so to tend to two things, as though each were 720 2, 1 | end. This is evident for two reasons. First, ~because 721 2, 1 | speak of the last end in two ways: first, ~considering 722 2, 2 | in power; and ~this for two reasons. First because power 723 2, 2 | of the body; and this for two reasons. First, because, 724 2, 3 | OBJ 1: Life is taken in two senses. First for the very 725 2, 3 | stated above (Q[2], A[6]) two things are needed for ~happiness: 726 2, 3 | may reach the higher in two ways. First, ~according 727 2, 3 | Essence. To make this clear, two points ~must be observed. 728 2, 4 | their objects: and there are two universal objects, the ~ 729 2, 4 | a thing's ~perfection in two ways. First, as constituting 730 2, 4 | is hindered by another in two ways. First, by way ~of 731 2, 5 | 7]), Happiness ~implies two things, to wit, the last 732 2, 5 | Happiness is due to one of ~two causes. First, on the part 733 2, 5 | is evidently false, for two reasons. First, from the ~ 734 2, 5 | Happiness can be considered in two ways. First according ~to 735 2, 6 | from without; and this in two respects. First, in so far 736 2, 6 | proceeds from another in two ways. First, directly; in 737 2, 6 | Not to wish" is said in two senses. First, as though 738 2, 6 | is said to be ~natural in two ways. First, because it 739 2, 6 | said to ~be voluntary in two ways. First, in regard to 740 2, 6 | voluntary: and this happens in two ways, in ~accordance with 741 2, 6 | in ~accordance with the two aforesaid modes of voluntary ( 742 2, 7 | accident of something in two ways. ~First, from being 743 2, 7 | subject. But this happens in two ways. First, in so far as 744 2, 7 | ways. First, in so far as two accidents ~are both related 745 2, 7 | Therefore ~there are only two circumstances, to wit, " 746 2, 7 | is done. Therefore these two circumstances seem to be 747 2, 8 | will is moved to the end in two ways: first, to the end 748 2, 9 | to different ~things in two ways: first, with regard 749 2, 9 | needs therefore a mover in two respects, viz. as to ~the 750 2, 9 | and fitting, happens from two causes: namely, from the 751 2, 9 | once moved immediately by two movers; which seems ~unreasonable. 752 2, 9 | And this is ~evident for two reasons. First, because 753 2, 10 | that, The will is moved in two ways: first, as to the exercise ~ 754 2, 10 | passion on man occurs in two ways. First, so that his 755 2, 11 | 3: In delight there are two things: perception of what 756 2, 11 | notion of fruit implies two ~things: first that it should 757 2, 11 | although any point between the two ~terms is a beginning and 758 2, 11 | These are not, of course, two ends, but one end, ~considered 759 2, 11 | an ~end is possessed in two ways; perfectly and imperfectly. 760 2, 11 | The will is hindered in two ways from being at rest. 761 2, 12 | Whether one can intend two things at the same time?~( 762 2, 12 | movement may ~be taken in two ways. First, the very last 763 2, 12 | 1~Whether one can intend two things at the same time?~ 764 2, 12 | reason, neither to any other two things.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 765 2, 12 | nature. Now nature intends two purposes by ~means of one 766 2, 12 | time direct one thing to two ends: so that one can intend ~ 767 2, 12 | answer that, The expression "two things" may be taken in 768 2, 12 | things" may be taken in two ways: ~they may be ordained 769 2, 12 | Para. 2/2~But if we take two things that are not ordained 770 2, 12 | it is the ~better of the two. Now one of the reasons 771 2, 12 | to bodily benefits, as to two last ends: ~since, as stated 772 2, 12 | them as one: either because two things concur in the ~integrity 773 2, 12 | conduce to ~health; or because two things are included in one 774 2, 12 | means can ~be considered in two ways. First, according as 775 2, 12 | And thus there are really two ~movements of the will to 776 2, 13 | intellect." Now whenever two things ~concur to make one, 777 2, 13 | but a combination of the two. For ~just as we say that 778 2, 13 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if two things are absolutely equal, 779 2, 13 | confronted on either side with two portions of food ~equally 780 2, 13 | eligible). Therefore if two or more things ~are available, 781 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If two things be proposed as equal 782 2, 14 | OBJ 1: When the acts of two powers are ordained to one 783 2, 14 | Consequently there are two things of which we do not 784 2, 16 | last end may be taken in two ~ways: first, simply; secondly, 785 2, 16 | relative. But choice implies two relations: ~one, of the 786 2, 17 | or declare something in two ways. ~First, absolutely: 787 2, 17 | fluctuates ~between the two, and fails to command perfectly.~ 788 2, 17 | reason may be considered in ~two ways. First, as to the exercise 789 2, 17 | object; in ~respect of which two acts of the reason have 790 2, 17 | is the case ~with these two organs in particular, because 791 2, 18 | that ~have feet, some have two feet, some four, some many": 792 2, 18 | action is contained ~under two species that are disparate, 793 2, 18 | considered which of the two is contained under the ~ 794 2, 18 | substance, cannot ~be in two species, one of which is 795 2, 18 | added to it, can ~belong to two species, as stated above ( 796 2, 19 | this can be ~understood in two ways. First, so that this 797 2, 19 | act this ~may happen in two ways. First, through the 798 2, 20 | said to be good or bad in two ~ways. First, in regard 799 2, 20 | already said (AA[1],2), these two goodnesses or malices, of 800 2, 20 | Wherefore there are not two goodnesses, one ~the goodness 801 2, 20 | wills that differ, they are two distinct things, and good 802 2, 21 | A[1]), sin may ~occur in two ways, in a production of 803 2, 22 | away: and this ~happens in two ways. For sometimes that 804 2, 22 | soul can ~be changed in two ways. First, by a spiritual 805 2, 23 | and the concupiscible ~are two powers into which the sensitive 806 2, 23 | withdrawal. Now the first two differences cause ~contrariety 807 2, 23 | causes may be considered in two ways: first, ~from the point 808 2, 24 | passions of the soul in two ways: ~first, in themselves; 809 2, 24 | consequently: and this in two ways. First, ~by way of 810 2, 24 | can be considered from ~two points of view. First, according 811 2, 25 | sadness, comes ~between two irascible passions: because 812 2, 25 | something may be due to two causes: one is the mere 813 2, 25 | the principal passions. ~Two of them, viz. joy and sadness, 814 2, 26 | dilection, "as four is to twice two, ~and as a rectilinear figure 815 2, 27 | actually: for ~example, two things possessing the quality 816 2, 27 | For the very fact that two men are alike, having, as 817 2, 27 | one in that form: thus two men ~are one thing in the 818 2, 27 | species of humanity, and two white men are one thing ~ 819 2, 28 | uniting, or ~seeking to unite two together, the lover, to 820 2, 28 | the beloved be absent, ~two passions arise; viz. sadness 821 2, 29 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, of two contraries, one is not the 822 2, 29 | really and logically; e.g. two species of animal, or ~two 823 2, 29 | two species of animal, or ~two species of color. Sometimes 824 2, 29 | stronger than love, for two ~reasons. First, because 825 2, 29 | hates himself: and this in two ~ways. First, on the part 826 2, 29 | I answer that, There are two ways of speaking of the 827 2, 30 | thing is pleasurable in two ways. First, because ~it 828 2, 31 | thing may be in time in two ways: first, by itself; ~ 829 2, 31 | movement does not end in two terms. But one and the ~ 830 2, 31 | the senses are loved for two reasons: for the purpose 831 2, 31 | anyone wish to compare these two, he will find that the ~ 832 2, 31 | nature can be taken ~in two ways. First, inasmuch as 833 2, 32 | stated above (Q[31], A[1]), two things are requisite ~for 834 2, 32 | requisite for pleasure; two, i.e. the ~one that is pleased 835 2, 32 | thing is present to ~us in two ways. First, in knowledge - 836 2, 32 | Sadness may be considered in two ways: as existing ~actually, 837 2, 32 | above (A[1]; Q[31], A[1]), two things are ~requisite for 838 2, 32 | but not for the ~first two.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[32] A[ 839 2, 32 | scold can give pleasure in two ~ways. First, as making 840 2, 32 | Para. 2/2~Now it happens in two ways that something like 841 2, 32 | OBJ 2: Pleasure includes two things; rest in the good, 842 2, 33 | pleasure in respect of the two things requisite for pleasure. 843 2, 33 | Pleasure can be considered in two ways; first, as ~existing 844 2, 33 | desire, can be taken in two ways; first, properly, as 845 2, 33 | triangle are together equal to two right angles." In the first 846 2, 33 | Pleasure perfects operation in two ways. First, as an ~end: 847 2, 33 | As stated in Phys. ii, 3 two things may be causes of 848 2, 34 | respect of some individual in two ways. In one way, because 849 2, 34 | his arguments, he fails in two points. First, because, 850 2, 35 | 3~I answer that, Just as two things are requisite for 851 2, 35 | this conjunction; so also two ~things are requisite for 852 2, 35 | to pleasure. For one of ~two contraries is not the cause 853 2, 35 | is one same relation to two ~contraries, there is contrariety; 854 2, 35 | contemplation can be understood in two ~ways. In one way, so that 855 2, 35 | contemplation; and this in two ways: first, on the part 856 2, 35 | becomes tedious. But these two ~things cannot occur directly 857 2, 35 | one point and differ ~in two. They agree in this, that 858 2, 35 | differ in respect of those two ~things which are requisite 859 2, 35 | can be added to a genus in two ~ways. First, as something 860 2, 36 | difference which of the two it regards ~chiefly, the 861 2, 38 | Reply OBJ 3: When there are two causes inclining to contrary 862 2, 38 | absent friend, there are two causes producing contrary 863 2, 38 | assuage sorrow: and this for ~two reasons. First, because 864 2, 39 | thing may be good or evil in two ways: first considered ~ 865 2, 39 | rejection of evil. These two things, as regards ~bodily 866 2, 39 | good results from these two things, the rectitude of 867 2, 39 | avoided. ~Because there are two reasons for which it may 868 2, 39 | 12): "We are composed ~of two parts, i.e. of a soul and 869 2, 39 | Pleasure and sorrow have two good points in common: namely, ~ 870 2, 40 | may be possible to him in two ways, ~viz. by his own power, 871 2, 40 | Metaph. v, 12, i.e. ~into the two kinds we have just mentioned.~ 872 2, 40 | experience causes hope in two ways, despair in one ~way: 873 2, 40 | consequently are of good ~hope. Two of these causes are also 874 2, 40 | answer that, Hope can regard two things. For it regards as 875 2, 40 | more intense: and this for two reasons. First, by reason 876 2, 41 | thereto. Now this happens in two ways. First, so that it 877 2, 42 | to evil. This ~can be in two ways. In one way, inasmuch 878 2, 42 | above (Q[40], A[7]), regards two things, namely, the ~good 879 2, 42 | so also does fear regard two things, namely, ~the evil 880 2, 42 | also. ~Now it may happen in two ways that an evil may not 881 2, 42 | they differ, however, in two points. First, because sorrow 882 2, 42 | Now this ~is due to one of two causes: to the greatness 883 2, 43 | OF THE CAUSE OF FEAR (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now consider 884 2, 43 | under which head there are two ~points of inquiry:~(1) 885 2, 44 | counsel may be taken in two ways. First, from ~his being 886 2, 45 | passions can be ~taken in two ways. First, as denoting 887 2, 45 | the cause ~of daring in two ways, whether by raising 888 2, 46 | is said to be general in two ways. First, by ~predication; 889 2, 46 | power apprehends a thing in ~two ways. First, by way of an 890 2, 46 | that anger always regards two objects: whereas love and ~ 891 2, 46 | A[2]) that anger regards two objects: viz. the vengeance 892 2, 46 | follow an act of ~reason in two ways. In the first way, 893 2, 46 | may be considered in two ways: first, on the ~part 894 2, 46 | OBJ 1: In anger and hatred two points may be considered: 895 2, 46 | can be ~aroused in man in two ways. First, when only his 896 2, 47 | he acts against God in two ways. ~First, in so far 897 2, 47 | reduced to these three. Two reasons may be ~assigned 898 2, 47 | angry, may be taken ~in two ways. First in respect of 899 2, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: There are two reasons why anger ceases 900 2, 48 | present to the angry man in two ways: in one ~way, by hope; 901 2, 49 | taken from this word in two ways; in one way, ~inasmuch 902 2, 49 | disposition may be taken in two ways; in one way, as the ~ 903 2, 49 | divided against ~habit in two ways: first, as perfect 904 2, 50 | powers can be considered in two ways: ~first, according 905 2, 50 | sort of medium between the two, cannot be in the intellect; 906 2, 51 | nature does not employ two where one is sufficient. 907 2, 51 | be natural to another in two ways. First in ~respect 908 2, 51 | may ~be called natural in two ways: first, because it 909 2, 51 | must observe that there are two ~passive principles: one 910 2, 51 | Consequently there will be two habits of the same ~species 911 2, 51 | seems ~impossible: for the two forms of the same species 912 2, 51 | infused by God into man, for two reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FS 913 2, 52 | form may be considered in two ways: first, in ~respect 914 2, 52 | Stoics, and lies between ~the two preceding opinions. For 915 2, 52 | indivisible. Wherefore ~in two ways it may happen that 916 2, 52 | vii, text. 17), that in two ~ways intensity and remission 917 2, 52 | But in either of these two ways we have not a more 918 2, 53 | something may be contrary in two ways. ~First, on the part 919 2, 53 | just as they increase, in two ways, as ~we have already 920 2, 53 | a cause of ~movement in two ways. First, directly; and 921 2, 54 | nature. Now, this happens in two ways. First, by reason ~ 922 2, 55 | to merit by something in two ways. First, as by ~merit 923 2, 55 | power' in the second] is of two kinds, namely, power in ~ 924 2, 56 | To live" may be taken in two ways. Sometimes it is taken ~ 925 2, 56 | Therefore one ~virtue can be in two powers.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 926 2, 56 | answer that, It happens in two ways that one thing is subjected 927 2, 56 | one thing is subjected in ~two. First, so that it is in 928 2, 56 | for one virtue to be in two powers: since diversity 929 2, 56 | thing can be subjected in two or more, not on an equal ~ 930 2, 56 | directed to a good act in two ~ways. First, in so far 931 2, 56 | powers can be considered ~in two ways. First, in themselves, 932 2, 56 | OBJ 4: In choice there are two things, namely, the intention 933 2, 56 | power, or there will be two virtues ordained to the 934 2, 57 | may be called a virtue for two reasons: first, because 935 2, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: Work is of two kinds, exterior and interior. 936 2, 57 | about certain things in two ways. In the first ~place 937 2, 57 | term." This may happen in two ways: first, so that it 938 2, 57 | rectitude of choice ~requires two things: namely, the due 939 2, 57 | third, command. The first two ~correspond to those acts 940 2, 57 | counsel, wheres there are two virtues for good judgment: ~ 941 2, 58 | Ethic. i, 13 that "there are two kinds ~of virtue: some we 942 2, 58 | Now, in man there are but two principles of human ~actions, 943 2, 58 | appetite: for these are the ~two principles of movement in 944 2, 58 | action ~proceeding from two principles be perfect, unless 945 2, 58 | that a choice be ~good, two things are required. First, 946 2, 59 | virtue is a mean between two ~passions. Therefore moral 947 2, 59 | mind of a wise man, for two reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FS 948 2, 60 | virtue, while the other two consider ~operation and 949 2, 60 | in serious ~matters, in two ways. First, as being pleasant 950 2, 61 | Therefore there are only two ~cardinal virtues.~Aquin.: 951 2, 61 | which good is considered in two ways. First, as ~existing 952 2, 61 | passions, and then we need two virtues. For the need ~of 953 2, 61 | reason: and this occurs in two ways. First, by the passions ~ 954 2, 61 | virtues may be considered in two ways. First, ~in respect 955 2, 62 | ascribed to a certain thing in two ~ways. First, essentially: 956 2, 62 | Therefore there should be only two ~theological virtues, one 957 2, 62 | latter happens ~in respect of two things. First, in respect 958 2, 62 | Body Para. 2/2~But these two fall short of the order 959 2, 62 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Two things pertain to the appetite, 960 2, 62 | Hence there must needs ~be two theological virtues in the 961 2, 62 | passions, ~hope regards two things. One as its principal 962 2, 63 | observed that there are two ways in which ~something 963 2, 63 | Objections. For the first two argue ~about the nurseries 964 2, 63 | nature does not employ two means where one suffices: ~ 965 2, 64 | mean can be understood in two ways. First, ~according 966 2, 64 | Objections. For the first two ~arguments take the rational 967 2, 64 | not good": and ~between two such contraries intellectual 968 2, 64 | confessing one Person and two natures in Christ, we observe 969 2, 64 | maintained the existence of two ~persons and two natures, 970 2, 64 | existence of two ~persons and two natures, and the heresy 971 2, 65 | agreed in saying. For this two ~reasons are given, corresponding 972 2, 65 | virtues, can be considered ~in two ways; first in an inchoate 973 2, 66 | question can be taken in two senses. First, as applying 974 2, 66 | to be greater or less in two ways: first, in itself; 975 2, 66 | virtues can be understood in two ways. First, as referring 976 2, 66 | to be greater or less in two ways: ~first, simply; secondly, 977 2, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, when two things are added together, 978 2, 66 | to moral virtue; and for two reasons. First, because 979 2, 67 | far, to wit, as wherever two things ~are opposite to 980 2, 67 | that we ~assent to one of two opposite assertions with 981 2, 67 | imperfect knowledge ~about two things, one perfect, the 982 2, 67 | punished. Filial fear has two acts: one is an act of ~ 983 2, 68 | since they observed only two virtues in the reason ~or 984 2, 68 | reason is perfected by God in two ways: first, with its ~natural 985 2, 68 | affections of ~man. Hence two gifts are set down as corresponding 986 2, 68 | may speak of the gifts in two ways: first, as to their ~ 987 2, 68 | eternal things"; of which two, hope passes, and ~certainty 988 2, 68 | gifts can be measured in two ways: ~first, simply, viz. 989 2, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: There are two ways in which one thing 990 2, 69 | Further, there are but two rules of the human will: 991 2, 69 | happiness may be in us for two reasons. First, by reason 992 2, 69 | of pleasure ~consists of two things. First, in the affluence 993 2, 69 | the gifts we may consider two ~things. One is likeness 994 2, 69 | 69] A[4] Body Para. 2/3~Two other beatitudes belong 995 2, 69 | Body Para. 3/3~The last two beatitudes belong to contemplative 996 2, 70 | take the word "fruit" in two ways: first, so that the ~ 997 2, 70 | this may be understood in two ways. First, so that the 998 2, 70 | perfection of joy is ~peace in two respects. First, as regards 999 2, 70 | Now peace implies these two things, namely, ~that we 1000 2, 70 | disposition, in ~respect of two things. First, by not being


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