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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | sacred doctrine differs in kind from that theology which 2 1, 1 | equivocation or any other kind of multiplicity, seeing 3 1, 4 | should all things in a kind of natural unity ~pre-exist 4 1, 5 | proper to being, whatever kind ~of nature it may be. Hence 5 1, 5 | end (the appetite ~being a kind of movement towards a thing). 6 1, 5 | what is after their own ~kind - because even sense is 7 1, 6 | be ~understood that every kind of good thing is desired 8 1, 6 | by excess, and it is this kind of ~comparison the supreme 9 1, 6 | that God ~alone has every kind of perfection by His own 10 1, 7 | quantity terminated, is a kind ~of quantitative form. Hence 11 1, 7 | infinite of ~matter; such a kind of infinite cannot be attributed 12 1, 7 | impossible; since every kind of multitude must belong ~ 13 1, 8 | in ~succession; and this kind of the indivisible in permanent 14 1, 8 | many parts of time. Another kind of the indivisible is outside 15 1, 8 | called indivisible. Such a kind of ~indivisible does not 16 1, 8 | Further, the universe is a kind of "whole perfect body" ( 17 1, 9 | is moved, there is some kind of ~composition to be found. 18 1, 9 | divine wisdom by way of some kind ~of imitation, as from the 19 1, 9 | there is ~said to be a kind of procession and movement 20 1, 9 | changed as regards that kind of accident; as, for ~example, 21 1, 10 | eternity signifies a certain kind of duration. But ~duration 22 1, 10 | possession." But eternity is a ~kind of duration. Therefore eternity 23 1, 10 | Further, eternity is a kind of measure. But to be measured ~ 24 1, 10 | every age, i.e. beyond every kind ~of duration. For age is 25 1, 10 | eternity ~were the same kind of measure; but this is 26 1, 11 | ult.) that ~"there is no kind of multitude that is not 27 1, 11 | and non-being ~is some kind of being. Nevertheless, 28 1, 11 | Now multitude is such a kind ~of a whole. Therefore inasmuch 29 1, 11 | another way as importing some kind of excess, ~in which sense 30 1, 11 | no reason why a certain kind of privation should ~not 31 1, 12 | but that He exceeds every kind of knowledge; which means 32 1, 12 | contrary, of an opposite kind. Therefore the divine essence 33 1, 12 | follows that it is ~some kind of participated likeness 34 1, 12 | sensitive power. For ~every such kind of power is the act of a 35 1, 12 | Hence no power of that kind can go beyond corporeal 36 1, 12 | singular. But there is another kind of ~cognitive power in the 37 1, 12 | abstractedly, by ~way of a kind of resolution of parts; 38 1, 12 | establishes ~the intellect in a kind of "deiformity," as appears 39 1, 12 | some similitude. For every kind of knowledge ~comes about 40 1, 12 | essence of God. Still this kind of vision whereby things 41 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 3: Faith is a kind of knowledge, inasmuch as 42 1, 13 | because in creatures of this kind what is ~perfect and subsistent 43 1, 13 | Therefore all names of ~this kind signify the divine substance.~ 44 1, 13 | although they derive some ~kind of likeness thereto, even 45 1, 13 | rather to signify a certain kind of body; ~otherwise everything 46 1, 13 | names God ~according to each kind of procession; but nevertheless 47 1, 13 | all such names imply some kind ~of corporeal condition; 48 1, 13 | being, ~and names of this kind can be applied to God only 49 1, 13 | Further, names of this kind signify relation. Therefore 50 1, 14 | operation. And since one kind of operation is immanent, ~ 51 1, 14 | is immanent, ~and another kind of operation proceeds to 52 1, 14 | because to understand is a kind of life, after ~treating 53 1, 14 | about conclusions, it is a kind of ~knowledge caused by 54 1, 14 | approach more nearly to ~a kind of infinity. Therefore it 55 1, 14 | Further, to understand is a kind of passion and movement, 56 1, 14 | and knowledge also is a kind of ~assimilation to the 57 1, 14 | understand is described as a kind of movement or passion, 58 1, 14 | to be ~understanding, no kind of multiplicity is attached 59 1, 14 | position. Hence it is that this kind of ~diversity and multitude 60 1, 14 | of conclusions. The first kind of discursion ~cannot belong 61 1, 14 | because ~of something of that kind, would not know him in so 62 1, 14 | infinite is not subject to this kind of measure; ~but it is the 63 1, 14 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every kind of knowledge is made through 64 1, 16 | inasmuch as not-being is a kind of logical being, ~apprehended, 65 1, 16 | true, since the true is a kind of good, ~namely, of the 66 1, 16 | then, that the true is a ~kind of good, it follows that 67 1, 16 | general, ~but a certain kind of truth according to which 68 1, 16 | things according to any kind of ~truth, but according 69 1, 17 | animal" would be of this ~kind, and the intellect false 70 1, 18 | that "Movement is like a kind of life ~possessed by all 71 1, 18 | move themselves by some kind of movement, ~whether it 72 1, 18 | movement or operation of ~any kind: whereas those things that 73 1, 18 | application ~of itself to any kind of operation, belong naturally. 74 1, 18 | as by a similitude, any kind of work in ~which a man 75 1, 18 | by their nature. Of this kind are ~plants, which move 76 1, 18 | of themselves. Of this ~kind are animals, in which the 77 1, 18 | although animals of the latter kind receive through sense the 78 1, 18 | twofold. Actions of one kind pass out to external matter, 79 1, 18 | whilst ~actions of the other kind remain in the agent, as 80 1, 18 | moved, so an act of ~this kind is the act of the agent, 81 1, 18 | potentiality; while this kind of act is ~an act of the 82 1, 18 | form has being of another ~kind in the model from that which 83 1, 19 | OBJ 2: Further, will is a kind of appetite. But appetite, 84 1, 19 | perfection is derived in some kind of likeness. Hence, if natural 85 1, 19 | the divine will ~have that kind of necessity that God wills 86 1, 20 | thing has existence, or any ~kind of good, only inasmuch as 87 1, 21 | in ruling a family or any kind of multitude ~evinces justice 88 1, 21 | evinces justice of this kind in the ruler, so the order 89 1, 21 | to God. For mercy is a ~kind of sorrow, as Damascene 90 1, 21 | by the perfection of some kind of ~goodness; and the primary 91 1, 21 | mean the removal of any kind of defect. Not every ~defect, 92 1, 23 | something to be done, ~is a kind of pre-existence in him 93 1, 23 | that predestination is a ~kind of type of the ordering 94 1, 25 | Further, sin is an act of some kind. But God cannot sin, nor ~" 95 1, 25 | however, which are of such kind as to be done by inferior 96 1, 25 | absolute power. Of such a kind is everything which ~has 97 1, 25 | Metaph. viii, 10). Another kind of goodness ~is that which 98 1, 25 | or wise. As regards this kind of goodness, God can make ~ 99 1, 26 | absolutely, but in that kind of goods which a creature ~ 100 1, 26 | Reply OBJ 1: A particular kind of beatitude is false according 101 1, 27 | an exterior effect; which kind of procession does not exist 102 1, 27 | He proceeds, without any kind of diversity.~Aquin.: SMT 103 1, 27 | Not everything of that ~kind, however, is called begotten; 104 1, 27 | generic similitude; for this kind of generation requires that 105 1, 27 | excludes entirely the first kind of ~generation; whereas 106 1, 27 | whereas it may have that kind of generation which belongs 107 1, 28 | But a relation of this kind is only a ~logical one; 108 1, 28 | goodness and power. But this ~kind of distinction does not 109 1, 29 | nativity. And because this kind of generation comes from 110 1, 29 | intrinsic ~principle of any kind of movement. In this sense 111 1, 29 | ii, 3). And since this kind of principle is either formal 112 1, 29 | about God. Nor is such a kind of novelty to be ~shunned; 113 1, 30 | simplicity of God exclude every kind ~of plurality of absolute 114 1, 30 | have quantity. The other kind of division is called formal, 115 1, 30 | diverse forms; and this kind of division results ~in 116 1, 30 | by one and by many. This kind of ~multitude is found only 117 1, 30 | quantity, and seeing that such kind of quantity has no place 118 1, 30 | Others, considering the same kind of ~multitude, said that 119 1, 30 | related to being; which kind of oneness does not add 120 1, 30 | it ~is predicated. Such a kind of multitude is applicable 121 1, 31 | triplicity; since triplicity is a kind of inequality. Therefore 122 1, 31 | supposita," and a unity of some kind of order. For "people" is 123 1, 32 | kindness" - i.e. you who are ~kind - so when we speak of paternity 124 1, 32 | Father by one and the same kind of relation. ~Hence there 125 1, 33 | we do not attribute ~any kind of subjection or inferiority 126 1, 33 | the name by reason of a kind ~of similitude to that which 127 1, 33 | unbegotten" may be taken in a kind of ~privation sense, but 128 1, 34 | splendor;" ~which is the first kind. "Again," he says, "the 129 1, 34 | heart;" which is the ~third kind. "Again," also, "the word 130 1, 34 | intelligence;" which is the second kind. Word is also used ~in a 131 1, 34 | to ~God in time; and this kind of relation to creatures 132 1, 35 | similitude. Still, not any ~kind of similitude suffices for 133 1, 36 | that denotes origin of any kind. For we use the term to ~ 134 1, 36 | the term to ~describe any kind of origin; as when we say 135 1, 39 | feeble; lest anything of the kind be imagined of ~God.~Aquin.: 136 1, 39 | there is said to be a ~third kind of appropriation, of "power," " 137 1, 39 | and "goodness." This ~kind of appropriation is made 138 1, 39 | Ghost, as implying a certain kind of interior ~movement, agreeing 139 1, 41 | would not apply except by a kind of ~similitude. Thus, if 140 1, 41 | denotes the habitude of a kind of active principle, and 141 1, 41 | for wisdom created is a kind of ~participation of the 142 1, 41 | notional acts. For every kind of power is either active 143 1, 42 | general, not a special kind of origin.~Aquin.: SMT FP 144 1, 42 | generation is a certain kind of transmutation ~of one 145 1, 42 | of equality is, Of what kind, or how great, is he?" Therefore, 146 1, 42 | the ~relations, not by any kind of essential separation.~ 147 1, 43 | being sent implies a certain kind of ~procession of the one 148 1, 43 | accordance with every and any kind of intellectual perfection, 149 1, 43 | by reason of the noblest kind ~of creature - namely, the 150 1, 44 | intellect, or something of that kind. An advance was made when ~ 151 1, 44 | by the analogy ~of some kind of imitation.~Aquin.: SMT 152 1, 45 | ad 2), and change is a kind of medium between the mover 153 1, 45 | still belongs to them in a kind of order, inasmuch as the 154 1, 45 | Persons, ~belongs to them in a kind of order. For the Son receives 155 1, 45 | species, but according to a kind of analogy. Nor ~is it necessary 156 1, 46 | since to be ~created is a kind of "being made," it appears 157 1, 48 | thought that evil was a kind of nature; and therefore ~ 158 1, 48 | iv, text 6), "the first ~kind of contrariety is habit 159 1, 48 | that good is threefold. One kind of good is wholly destroyed 160 1, 48 | sight by blindness. Another kind of good is neither ~wholly 161 1, 48 | injured. And there is also a kind of good which is diminished 162 1, 48 | diminution, however, of this kind of good is not to be considered 163 1, 48 | its intensity. For this ~kind of aptitude receives its 164 1, 48 | that the diminution of this kind of good is ~like the diminution 165 1, 48 | fault. For every defect is a kind of evil. But in all creatures 166 1, 48 | same source. Hence this ~kind of defect is not an evil 167 1, 48 | corporeal goods, ~which kind of pain appeals to most 168 1, 48 | but also more than any kind of ~pain, thus taking pain 169 1, 49 | and the end, import some kind of perfection which belongs 170 1, 49 | agent produces the same kind of ~effect as it is itself, 171 1, 50 | corporeal substance is a kind of ~form to it, and whatever 172 1, 50 | intellectual substance to have any ~kind of matter. For the operation 173 1, 50 | potentiality to act. And such a kind of composition is ~understood 174 1, 50 | since "every change is a kind of death," ~as Augustine 175 1, 50 | Q[44], A[1]) there is a kind of ~necessary thing which 176 1, 51 | there is nothing of the ~kind in the work of nature. But 177 1, 53 | Nevertheless a certain kind of continuity can be found 178 1, 53 | instantaneous changes of the ~kind are terms of a continuous 179 1, 53 | movement can be of either ~kind, since the continuity of 180 1, 53 | be not continuous, but ~a kind of succession of 'nows,' 181 1, 54 | clear ~regarding the first kind of action that it cannot 182 1, 54 | things." But an angel is a kind of nature. Therefore there 183 1, 56 | iii, 4 understanding is a kind of passion. ~But nothing 184 1, 56 | relation to actions of ~this kind as does the form which is 185 1, 56 | rather to ~the specular kind; because the angelic nature 186 1, 56 | angelic nature is itself a kind of mirror ~representing 187 1, 57 | this is, that ~this is a kind of general principle to 188 1, 58 | Further, to understand is a kind of movement. But no movement ~ 189 1, 58 | knowledge of truth by a ~kind of movement and discursive 190 1, 58 | expresses movement of a kind. Now all movement ~is from 191 1, 58 | essence of a thing by some kind of composition, and this 192 1, 58 | from the Word, as from a kind of primordial principle; 193 1, 59 | are termed movements of a kind; and there is ~nothing to 194 1, 59 | prevent movement of this kind from existing in the angels, ~ 195 1, 59 | beyond it, according as by a kind of inclination it tends, 196 1, 59 | counsel," ~while counsel is "a kind of inquiry," as stated in 197 1, 59 | archer. Others act from some kind ~of judgment; but not from 198 1, 59 | flies from the wolf by a kind of judgment whereby it esteems 199 1, 59 | charity, is not of any such kind. For the same reason it 200 1, 60 | natural knowledge is of one kind, and the truth of infused 201 1, 60 | OBJ 3: Further, love is a kind of movement. But every movement 202 1, 60 | may be possessed. ~This kind of love has been called 203 1, 61 | which the atmosphere has a kind of affinity ~owing to its 204 1, 63 | in the angels?~(2) What kind of sins can be in them?~( 205 1, 63 | whosoever can delight in any kind of ~sin, can fall into the 206 1, 63 | considered as a special kind of sin, is the ~immoderate 207 1, 63 | in the demons. Sloth is a kind of sadness, ~whereby a man 208 1, 63 | but as inducing them by a kind of ~exhortation. A token 209 1, 64 | diminished. The second kind of knowledge, however, which 210 1, 64 | can have happiness of a kind by knowing the separated 211 1, 64 | evidence of things. Another kind of act is natural to the 212 1, 65 | the ~production of each kind of corporeal creatures, 213 1, 65 | places stones of the same kind in different ~parts of a 214 1, 65 | immaterially ~subsisting, by a kind of participation. Thus he 215 1, 65 | these ~separate forms, by a kind of assimilation, or as he 216 1, 66 | inasmuch as it is a form, is a kind of act; ~whereas matter, 217 1, 66 | causation, or something of the kind ~pertaining to dignity.~ 218 1, 66 | first movement of whatsoever kind. ~For it is accidental to 219 1, 66 | measured by the first of its kind. And it must be granted ~ 220 1, 66 | there was movement of some kind, at ~least in the succession 221 1, 67 | manifest to ~cognition of any kind. If, then, the word is taken 222 1, 67 | to manifestation of every kind, it ~may properly be applied 223 1, 67 | body. But movement of this kind is an attribute of the ~ 224 1, 67 | so do we in work of every kind. For the living thing is 225 1, 67 | light here spoken of was a kind ~of luminous nebula, and 226 1, 68 | discussing questions of this kind two rules are to ~observed, 227 1, 68 | formless matter, or ~any kind of transparent body, as 228 1, 69 | a Divine precept of this kind was unnecessary.~Aquin.: 229 1, 70 | heavenly bodies is of a ~nobler kind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 230 1, 71 | the production of every kind of ~fishes and birds since 231 1, 71 | naturally, without ~any kind of seed. This, however, 232 1, 71 | the generation of either kind of animals, is either some 233 1, 72 | putrefaction, which ~is a kind of corruption. But corruption 234 1, 73 | existed in the first of their ~kind. Species, also, that are 235 1, 74 | them. For love of that ~kind is subject to, not superior 236 1, 75 | There is, however, another kind of mover, which, ~though 237 1, 76 | of the motive power is a kind of spirit, as the Philosopher ~ 238 1, 76 | There is, further, a third kind of ~whole which is potential, 239 1, 76 | virtual parts. The first kind of ~totality does not apply 240 1, 76 | accidentally. But the second kind of totality, which depends 241 1, 77 | divide being and every kind of being, we must refer 242 1, 77 | according to the first kind of order ~among the powers, 243 1, 77 | Para. 2/2~In the second kind of order, it is the other 244 1, 77 | intellectual. But ~in the third kind of order, certain sensitive 245 1, 77 | which order of the third kind exists. Those powers among 246 1, 39 | feeble; lest anything of the kind be imagined of ~God.~Aquin.: 247 1, 39 | there is said to be a ~third kind of appropriation, of "power," " 248 1, 39 | and "goodness." This ~kind of appropriation is made 249 1, 39 | Ghost, as implying a certain kind of interior ~movement, agreeing 250 1, 41 | would not apply except by a kind of ~similitude. Thus, if 251 1, 41 | denotes the habitude of a kind of active principle, and 252 1, 41 | for wisdom created is a kind of ~participation of the 253 1, 41 | notional acts. For every kind of power is either active 254 1, 42 | general, not a special kind of origin.~Aquin.: SMT FP 255 1, 42 | generation is a certain kind of transmutation ~of one 256 1, 42 | of equality is, Of what kind, or how great, is he?" Therefore, 257 1, 42 | the ~relations, not by any kind of essential separation.~ 258 1, 43 | being sent implies a certain kind of ~procession of the one 259 1, 43 | accordance with every and any kind of intellectual perfection, 260 1, 43 | by reason of the noblest kind ~of creature - namely, the 261 1, 45 | intellect, or something of that kind. An advance was made when ~ 262 1, 45 | by the analogy ~of some kind of imitation.~Aquin.: SMT 263 1, 46 | ad 2), and change is a kind of medium between the mover 264 1, 46 | still belongs to them in a kind of order, inasmuch as the 265 1, 46 | Persons, ~belongs to them in a kind of order. For the Son receives 266 1, 46 | species, but according to a kind of analogy. Nor ~is it necessary 267 1, 47 | since to be ~created is a kind of "being made," it appears 268 1, 49 | thought that evil was a kind of nature; and therefore ~ 269 1, 49 | iv, text 6), "the first ~kind of contrariety is habit 270 1, 49 | that good is threefold. One kind of good is wholly destroyed 271 1, 49 | sight by blindness. Another kind of good is neither ~wholly 272 1, 49 | injured. And there is also a kind of good which is diminished 273 1, 49 | diminution, however, of this kind of good is not to be considered 274 1, 49 | its intensity. For this ~kind of aptitude receives its 275 1, 49 | that the diminution of this kind of good is ~like the diminution 276 1, 49 | fault. For every defect is a kind of evil. But in all creatures 277 1, 49 | same source. Hence this ~kind of defect is not an evil 278 1, 49 | corporeal goods, ~which kind of pain appeals to most 279 1, 49 | but also more than any kind of ~pain, thus taking pain 280 1, 50 | and the end, import some kind of perfection which belongs 281 1, 50 | agent produces the same kind of ~effect as it is itself, 282 1, 51 | corporeal substance is a kind of ~form to it, and whatever 283 1, 51 | intellectual substance to have any ~kind of matter. For the operation 284 1, 51 | potentiality to act. And such a kind of composition is ~understood 285 1, 51 | since "every change is a kind of death," ~as Augustine 286 1, 51 | Q[44], A[1]) there is a kind of ~necessary thing which 287 1, 52 | there is nothing of the ~kind in the work of nature. But 288 1, 54 | Nevertheless a certain kind of continuity can be found 289 1, 54 | instantaneous changes of the ~kind are terms of a continuous 290 1, 54 | movement can be of either ~kind, since the continuity of 291 1, 54 | be not continuous, but ~a kind of succession of 'nows,' 292 1, 55 | clear ~regarding the first kind of action that it cannot 293 1, 55 | things." But an angel is a kind of nature. Therefore there 294 1, 57 | iii, 4 understanding is a kind of passion. ~But nothing 295 1, 57 | relation to actions of ~this kind as does the form which is 296 1, 57 | rather to ~the specular kind; because the angelic nature 297 1, 57 | angelic nature is itself a kind of mirror ~representing 298 1, 58 | this is, that ~this is a kind of general principle to 299 1, 59 | Further, to understand is a kind of movement. But no movement ~ 300 1, 59 | knowledge of truth by a ~kind of movement and discursive 301 1, 59 | expresses movement of a kind. Now all movement ~is from 302 1, 59 | essence of a thing by some kind of composition, and this 303 1, 59 | from the Word, as from a kind of primordial principle; 304 1, 60 | are termed movements of a kind; and there is ~nothing to 305 1, 60 | prevent movement of this kind from existing in the angels, ~ 306 1, 60 | beyond it, according as by a kind of inclination it tends, 307 1, 60 | counsel," ~while counsel is "a kind of inquiry," as stated in 308 1, 60 | archer. Others act from some kind ~of judgment; but not from 309 1, 60 | flies from the wolf by a kind of judgment whereby it esteems 310 1, 60 | charity, is not of any such kind. For the same reason it 311 1, 61 | natural knowledge is of one kind, and the truth of infused 312 1, 61 | OBJ 3: Further, love is a kind of movement. But every movement 313 1, 61 | may be possessed. ~This kind of love has been called 314 1, 62 | which the atmosphere has a kind of affinity ~owing to its 315 1, 64 | in the angels?~(2) What kind of sins can be in them?~( 316 1, 64 | whosoever can delight in any kind of ~sin, can fall into the 317 1, 64 | considered as a special kind of sin, is the ~immoderate 318 1, 64 | in the demons. Sloth is a kind of sadness, ~whereby a man 319 1, 64 | but as inducing them by a kind of ~exhortation. A token 320 1, 65 | not diminished. The second kind of knowledge, however, which 321 1, 65 | can have happiness of a kind by knowing the separated 322 1, 65 | evidence of things. Another kind of act is natural to the 323 1, 66 | the ~production of each kind of corporeal creatures, 324 1, 66 | places stones of the same kind in different ~parts of a 325 1, 66 | immaterially ~subsisting, by a kind of participation. Thus he 326 1, 66 | these ~separate forms, by a kind of assimilation, or as he 327 1, 67 | inasmuch as it is a form, is a kind of act; whereas matter, 328 1, 67 | causation, or something of the kind ~pertaining to dignity.~ 329 1, 67 | first movement of whatsoever kind. ~For it is accidental to 330 1, 67 | measured by the first of its kind. And it must be granted ~ 331 1, 67 | there was movement of some kind, at ~least in the succession 332 1, 68 | manifest to ~cognition of any kind. If, then, the word is taken 333 1, 68 | to manifestation of every kind, it ~may properly be applied 334 1, 68 | body. But movement of this kind is an attribute of the ~ 335 1, 68 | so do we in work of every kind. For the living thing is 336 1, 68 | light here spoken of was a kind ~of luminous nebula, and 337 1, 69 | discussing questions of this kind two rules are to ~observed, 338 1, 69 | formless matter, or ~any kind of transparent body, as 339 1, 70 | a Divine precept of this kind was unnecessary.~Aquin.: 340 1, 71 | heavenly bodies is of a ~nobler kind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 341 1, 71 | the production of every kind of ~fishes and birds since 342 1, 71 | naturally, without ~any kind of seed. This, however, 343 1, 71 | the generation of either kind of animals, is either some 344 1, 71 | putrefaction, which ~is a kind of corruption. But corruption 345 1, 72 | existed in the first of their ~kind. Species, also, that are 346 1, 73 | of them. For love of that kind is subject to, not superior 347 1, 74 | There is, however, another kind of mover, which, ~though 348 1, 75 | of the motive power is a kind of spirit, as the Philosopher ~ 349 1, 75 | There is, further, a third kind of ~whole which is potential, 350 1, 75 | virtual parts. The first kind of ~totality does not apply 351 1, 75 | accidentally. But the second kind of totality, which depends 352 1, 76 | divide being and every kind of being, we must refer 353 1, 76 | according to the first kind of order ~among the powers, 354 1, 76 | Para. 2/2~In the second kind of order, it is the other 355 1, 76 | intellectual. But ~in the third kind of order, certain sensitive 356 1, 76 | which order of the third kind exists. Those powers among 357 1, 77 | OBJ 3: Further, a special kind of soul ought not to be 358 1, 77 | its genus. But taste is ~a kind of touch. Therefore it should 359 1, 77 | Philosopher (De Anima ii, 9), is a kind of touch existing in the 360 1, 77 | lack one sense lack one kind of knowledge." Therefore 361 1, 77 | consists in the use of a kind of syllogism for the sake 362 1, 78 | reasoning, since it is a ~kind of movement, proceeds from 363 1, 79 | as when "we hate every kind of thief." In the same way 364 1, 83 | takes place through some kind of similitude, he ~thought 365 1, 83 | which it makes use of as a kind of messenger, for ~reproducing 366 1, 83 | Democritus said, but by some kind of operation. For Democritus 367 1, 84 | to consider the twofold kind of abstraction, as ~above 368 1, 84 | matter; and according to this kind of identity ~our intellect 369 1, 84 | object; and ~things of this kind are always the same. Hence, 370 1, 84 | proper object. The third kind of indivisible is what is 371 1, 85 | indirectly, and as it were by a kind of ~reflection, it can know 372 1, 86 | But as regards the second kind of ~knowledge, the mere 373 1, 86 | universally true in every ~kind of intellect. For as sense 374 1, 86 | answer that, A habit is a kind of medium between mere power 375 1, 86 | considering the act. The first kind of ~knowledge of the habit 376 1, 86 | it is known. The second kind of ~knowledge of the habit 377 1, 86 | for ~instance, of the same kind of cause; for example, we 378 1, 86 | intellect is an object of this kind, and that which is known ~ 379 1, 87 | 9), that happiness is a "kind of common good, ~communicable 380 1, 87 | known be in the knower, as a kind ~of form thereof. Now our 381 1, 87 | things we can rise to some kind of knowledge ~of immaterial 382 1, 88 | an ~angel, to whom this kind of knowledge is natural, 383 1, 88 | a ~general and confused kind of knowledge. Separated 384 1, 88 | singulars by species which are a kind of participated ~similitude 385 1, 88 | which the soul has some kind of determinate ~relation, 386 1, 88 | us learn on ~earth that kind of knowledge which will 387 1, 88 | bodily ~stature, so the same kind of man may have a habit 388 1, 88 | possible that she was less kind when in a happier ~state; 389 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This kind of ignorance does not proceed 390 1, 90 | Q[78], A[4]). But by a kind of ~necessity, man falls 391 1, 91 | his own benefit; and this kind of ~subjection began after 392 1, 91 | after sin. There is another kind of subjection which is ~ 393 1, 91 | benefit and good; and this kind of subjection existed even ~ 394 1, 91 | themselves. So by such a kind ~of subjection woman is 395 1, 92 | while, nevertheless, one kind of fire is more subtle than ~ 396 1, 92 | creatures there is some kind of likeness to ~God, in 397 1, 92 | Trinity in ~the soul some kind of representation of species 398 1, 92 | all the soul we may see a kind of trinity, not, however, ~ 399 1, 92 | answer that, Likeness is a kind of unity, for oneness in 400 1, 92 | same way there exists a kind of comparison between "likeness" 401 1, 93 | with the mirror: another kind of ~medium is that whereby 402 1, 93 | seen without this second ~kind of medium, but not without 403 1, 93 | but not without the first kind. For there was no need for ~ 404 1, 93 | acquired ~species; for this kind of knowledge is acquired 405 1, 93 | have been of a different kind from ours, which ~we acquire 406 1, 94 | recipient, since thereby a kind of spiritual marriage takes 407 1, 95 | a general sense to ~any kind of subject; and in this 408 1, 95 | the common good. Such a kind of ~mastership would have 409 1, 96 | passible. ~For "sensation is a kind of passion." But in the 410 1, 96 | OBJ 2: Further, sleep is a kind of passion. Now, man slept 411 1, 96 | a general sense for any kind of change, even if belonging 412 1, 96 | passible; although this kind of passion conduced to the ~ 413 1, 97 | innocence nothing of this kind would have happened that 414 1, 98 | purpose of performing every ~kind of act; but only for the 415 1, 102 | a particular thing, is a kind of impression from God, ~ 416 1, 102 | world ~must be the best kind of government. Now the best 417 1, 102 | only of some ~particular kind of being, but of the whole 418 1, 102 | subject to government of some kind. For unless corruptible 419 1, 102 | especially those which possess no kind of knowledge. So nothing 420 1, 102 | voluntary, is nothing but a ~kind of impression from the first 421 1, 104 | According to the first kind of contact, ~God, as being 422 1, 104 | understand ~or to feel is a kind of movement, as the Philosopher 423 1, 105 | knowledge of truth by a kind of universal ~conception, 424 1, 105 | also are eminent in ~one kind of science, and fail in 425 1, 106 | Further, enlightenment is a kind of speech. But the enlightenment ~ 426 1, 107 | name "Power" points out a kind of order, ~according to 427 1, 107 | name "Power" signifies a kind of ordination both as ~regards 428 1, 107 | three things exist in every kind of operation. So Dionysius, ~ 429 1, 107 | names denote a ~certain kind of common government or 430 1, 107 | doing something of that ~kind, as Augustine says (De cura 431 1, 108 | every intellect. Another kind of manifestation of the 432 1, 108 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Not every kind of manifestation of the 433 1, 109 | universal power than any kind of corporeal things: the 434 1, 109 | because they exercise a kind of ministry in the ~miracles 435 1, 109 | doing something of that kind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 436 1, 111 | whose names signify some kind ~of administration. But 437 1, 112 | only one man. The other kind of ~guardianship is universal, 438 1, 113 | Nevertheless there is no kind of sin which is not sometimes ~ 439 1, 114 | virtues, just as ~seed is a kind of cause: for he says (De 440 1, 114 | according to accidents of that kind, the principles of which 441 1, 118 | nourished, but through some kind of multiplication. Which ~ 442 1, 118 | because something from every kind of food is cast ~out into 443 1, 118 | possible that the semen be a kind of solution from what is ~ 444 2, 2 | wealth. ~For wealth of this kind is sought for the sake of 445 2, 2 | Consequently ~it is not the same kind of love in both cases. As 446 2, 2 | the angelic ~nature, by a kind of likeness; but man does 447 2, 3 | and that it is by some kind of operation. And so it 448 2, 3 | light, or ~something of the kind. Now whatever is by something 449 2, 4 | Secondly, by way of some kind of ~defect, because, to 450 2, 5 | Therefore reason arrives by a kind of movement at ~that which 451 2, 5 | Happiness, by reason of a kind of enjoyment of the Sovereign 452 2, 5 | esteem that there is some kind of happiness to be had ~ 453 2, 6 | to an end, through some ~kind of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 454 2, 6 | stag. And ignorance of this kind, as the Philosopher states ( 455 2, 6 | And ignorance of ~this kind happens, either when one 456 2, 7 | and this ~implies some kind of relation: wherefore the 457 2, 7 | nevertheless are in a kind of contact with it, by being 458 2, 8 | terminus. But the ~means are a kind of middle space, through 459 2, 9 | And ~therefore by this kind of motion the intellect 460 2, 10 | distinguished from nature as one kind of cause ~from another; 461 2, 12 | Further, intention implies a kind of ordaining to an end. 462 2, 12 | to ~do something of the kind. Therefore irrational animals 463 2, 13 | Since therefore choice is a kind of conclusion in ~practical 464 2, 14 | For ~counsel implies some kind of conference. But it is 465 2, 14 | implies conference, not of any kind, but about what ~is to be 466 2, 14 | answer that, Counsel is a kind of inquiry, as stated above ( 467 2, 15 | an appetitive power is a kind of inclination to the thing 468 2, 15 | cleaves to it, gets by a kind of similitude, the name 469 2, 16 | the willing subject, by a ~kind of proportion or order to 470 2, 17 | will. For command is a kind of motion; because Avicenna 471 2, 17 | absolutely, but with a kind of motion as stated above.~ 472 2, 17 | Therefore command is a kind of use. Now the common precedes 473 2, 18 | place, or something of the kind.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 474 2, 18 | certain deeds of a middle kind, which can be done with 475 2, 18 | altogether, but that it is a kind of road to the entire loss 476 2, 19 | that, Since conscience is a kind of dictate of the reason ( 477 2, 19 | in relation to them as a kind of form, ~as is clear from 478 2, 19 | 5/5~There is yet another kind of conformity in respect 479 2, 21 | good action is itself a kind of good and perfection of 480 2, 22 | understanding as being a kind of ~passion" (De Anima i, 481 2, 22 | act of understanding is a ~kind of passion, as stated in 482 2, 22 | change. And whereas this kind of change is ~accidental 483 2, 22 | Hierotheus "to be taught by a kind of yet more Godlike instruction; 484 2, 23 | because each regards some kind of evil. Therefore not every ~ 485 2, 23 | answer that, Passion is a kind of movement, as stated in 486 2, 24 | Dei ix, 5) that "pity is a kind ~of virtue." Moreover, the 487 2, 24 | far as they are led by a kind of estimative ~power, which 488 2, 25 | removes an obstacle, is a kind of mover" (Phys. viii, ~ 489 2, 26 | OBJ 2: Further, love is a kind of union or bond, as Augustine 490 2, 27 | things, is caused by a ~kind of knowledge, not indeed 491 2, 27 | between things is twofold. One kind of ~likeness arises from 492 2, 27 | said to be ~alike. Another kind of likeness arises from 493 2, 27 | 4~Accordingly the first kind of likeness causes love 494 2, 27 | himself. But the second kind of ~likeness causes love 495 2, 27 | presuppose love of some kind. The reason is that every 496 2, 28 | each of these arises from a kind of apprehension ~of the 497 2, 28 | in his affections, by a kind of complacency: causing ~ 498 2, 28 | argument is true of the third kind of mutual ~indwelling, which 499 2, 28 | not to be found in every kind of love.~Aquin.: SMT FS 500 2, 28 | argument is true of the first kind of ecstasy.~Aquin.: SMT


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