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1 1, 2 | potentiality in ~the same respect, but only in different respects. 2 1, 2 | impossible that in the same respect and ~in the same way a thing 3 1, 3 | substance; yet He is first in respect to all being, outside of 4 1, 6 | own being; secondly, in ~respect of any accidents being added 5 1, 7 | ways; mathematically, in respect to its quantity ~only; and 6 1, 8 | things since it is formal in respect of everything found in a 7 1, 9 | loves Himself, in that ~respect they said that God moves 8 1, 9 | forms which, although with ~respect to their own existence are 9 1, 14 | nevertheless they fail in this respect, that ~multitude and diversity 10 1, 15 | the nature of an idea with respect to other ~things; though 11 1, 15 | things; though not with respect to Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 15 | exemplar, therefore, it has respect to everything ~made by God 13 1, 15 | principle of knowledge it ~has respect to all things known by God, 14 1, 15 | nor have been. Hence, with respect to ~these there is no idea 15 1, 17 | thought that is false. In this respect anything can be said to 16 1, 17 | are said to be false with respect to those things; ~thus gall 17 1, 17 | intellect is said to be true in ~respect to what it is; and false 18 1, 17 | what it is; and false in respect to what it is not. Hence, ~" 19 1, 17 | in Himself, either with respect to His ~goodness or His 20 1, 18 | every natural ~movement in respect to natural things has a 21 1, 18 | move themselves, not in respect of any ~form or end naturally 22 1, 18 | inherent in them, but only in respect of the ~executing of the 23 1, 18 | animals as move themselves in respect to an end they themselves ~ 24 1, 18 | will. Hence, although with respect to ~some things it moves 25 1, 19 | Himself ~is the end with respect to all things made by Him. 26 1, 19 | it does ~possess. In this respect will is said to be in God, 27 1, 19 | same with the will, with respect to which the end stands 28 1, 19 | We have free-will with respect to what we will not of ~ 29 1, 19 | He has free will with ~respect to what He does not necessarily 30 1, 19 | accidental mover. In this respect the expression ~is called 31 1, 19 | permission being with respect to evil, operation with 32 1, 19 | time, prohibition is in respect to evil, precept to ~good 33 1, 20 | less, as has been said with respect to God's ~love.~Aquin.: 34 1, 20 | same. ~Yet so that, in this respect, some angels are found nobler 35 1, 20 | have been ~more loved, with respect to certain marks of familiarity 36 1, 21 | manifests His goodness. In ~this respect, God's justice regards what 37 1, 21 | called good not merely with respect to act, but ~also as regards 38 1, 22 | will, namely providence, in respect to all created things; predestination ~ 39 1, 22 | connected with these acts in respect ~especially of man as regards 40 1, 22 | their species; for in this respect they are ~incorruptible. 41 1, 22 | casual or ~fortuitous in respect to that cause; but if we 42 1, 23 | improperly the term is used in respect of any ~other end.~Aquin.: 43 1, 23 | it ~matters nothing, in respect of the notion of making 44 1, 23 | Likewise it matters ~nothing in respect of the notion of predestination 45 1, 23 | twofold: of the patient in respect to ~passion and this is 46 1, 23 | His goodness in men; in respect to those whom He ~predestines, 47 1, 23 | as sparing them; and in respect of ~others, whom he reprobates, 48 1, 23 | out by God beforehand in respect to present ~righteousness. 49 1, 23 | very small minority in respect to the rest. Since their 50 1, 25 | absolutely possible things, in respect of which God is called omnipotent. ~ 51 1, 25 | those possible ~things, in respect of which God is called omnipotent: 52 1, 25 | said to be omnipotent in respect to His active ~power, not 53 1, 26 | God is called blessed in respect of His intellect?~Aquin.: 54 1, 26 | is not called blessed in respect to His ~intellect. For beatitude 55 1, 26 | since we enjoy God in ~respect to our intellect, because " 56 1, 26 | is said ~to be in God in respect of His intellect.~Aquin.: 57 1, 26 | therefore be assigned to God in respect of His intellect; as also 58 1, 27 | the will differ in this respect, that the intellect is made 59 1, 28 | the heavy body a certain respect in regard to the ~centre 60 1, 28 | of identity, not in every respect, but ~only as regards the 61 1, 28 | relatively, ~as Father in respect of the Son: but such things 62 1, 28 | itself is derived from a respect to the subject; for quantity 63 1, 28 | relation is not taken from its respect to ~that in which it is, 64 1, 28 | which it is, but from its respect to something outside. So 65 1, 28 | this way, they signify a respect which affects a thing related 66 1, 28 | far as relation implies respect to ~something else, no respect 67 1, 28 | respect to ~something else, no respect to the essence is signified, 68 1, 28 | the procession of love. In respect of each of these ~processions 69 1, 29 | word "person" is said in respect to itself, not to ~another; 70 1, 30 | Sent. i, D, 24); ~in which respect the Master was right (Sent. 71 1, 32 | person proceeds. And in ~this respect there ought to be a sixth 72 1, 37 | we must consider ~them in respect of each procession simply. 73 1, 37 | denominated, in this ~particular respect stands to that thing in 74 1, 39 | same things ~in the same respect cannot be true. But affirmation 75 1, 41 | God there is a power in respect of the notional acts?~Aquin.: 76 1, 41 | God there is no power in respect of the ~notional acts. For 77 1, 41 | God there is no power ~in respect of the notional acts.~Aquin.: 78 1, 41 | regard to those actions in respect of which ~certain things 79 1, 41 | personal ~property, being in respect to the person of the Father, 80 1, 41 | the Father." Wherefore in respect of the essence, which is ~ 81 1, 41 | the three persons: but in ~respect of the notion that is connoted, 82 1, 41 | not multiplied ~except in respect of matter, which is not 83 1, 42 | Where we have equality in respect of virtual quantity, ~equality 84 1, 43 | to the intellect, and in respect ~of which we speak of the 85 1, 48 | morality. Because in that respect, between good ~and evil 86 1, 55 | universal prudence with ~respect to all the acts of the virtues; 87 1, 56 | translation might be kept in this respect, that the ~angels do not 88 1, 57 | pre-exist supersubstantially in respect of His simple Being ~itself, 89 1, 58 | thing, and darkness with respect to another. In the same 90 1, 60 | clearly evident in man, with respect to both his intellect and ~ 91 1, 60 | as for himself, in this respect, that as he loves self in 92 1, 63 | the other object. In this respect ~there can be evil in them.~ 93 1, 63 | a right opinion in this respect. In this way there can be 94 1, 63 | be like unto God in some ~respect which is not natural to 95 1, 63 | resemblance ~with God in this respect - by desiring, as his last 96 1, 64 | differs from man's in this respect, that the angel by his intellect 97 1, 65 | incorruptible ~creatures endure with respect to their substance, though 98 1, 66 | variety of forms. In this respect, then, the earth is ~said 99 1, 66 | it is in potentiality in respect to all ~those forms to which 100 1, 66 | itself is indifferent with respect to perfection and ~imperfection, 101 1, 66 | it no potentiality with respect to ~being, but only to place, 102 1, 66 | all of whom agree in one respect, ~namely, in holding it 103 1, 69 | of perfect beauty, and in respect of these ~three Scripture 104 1, 69 | in the ~first passage in respect of its nature, but here 105 1, 69 | its nature, but here in respect of its ~principal property, 106 1, 69 | Thus, therefore, in either respect this formless ~state ends 107 1, 70 | occupations. And in this respect he ~says: "Let them be for 108 1, 70 | but not in ~a particular respect. While, then, it is not 109 1, 70 | its movement natural with respect to ~that active principle; 110 1, 76 | real mixture which is in respect of the whole; but only a ~ 111 1, 77 | is not always actual with respect to its vital ~operations; 112 1, 37 | we must consider ~them in respect of each procession simply. 113 1, 37 | denominated, in this ~particular respect stands to that thing in 114 1, 39 | same things ~in the same respect cannot be true. But affirmation 115 1, 41 | God there is a power in respect of the notional acts?~Aquin.: 116 1, 41 | God there is no power in respect of the ~notional acts. For 117 1, 41 | God there is no power ~in respect of the notional acts.~Aquin.: 118 1, 41 | regard to those actions in respect of which ~certain things 119 1, 41 | personal ~property, being in respect to the person of the Father, 120 1, 41 | the Father." Wherefore in respect of the essence, which is ~ 121 1, 41 | the three persons: but in ~respect of the notion that is connoted, 122 1, 41 | not multiplied ~except in respect of matter, which is not 123 1, 42 | Where we have equality in respect of virtual quantity, ~equality 124 1, 43 | to the intellect, and in respect ~of which we speak of the 125 1, 49 | morality. Because in that respect, between good ~and evil 126 1, 56 | universal prudence with ~respect to all the acts of the virtues; 127 1, 57 | translation might be kept in this respect, that the ~angels do not 128 1, 58 | pre-exist supersubstantially in respect of His simple Being ~itself, 129 1, 59 | thing, and darkness with respect to another. ~In the same 130 1, 61 | clearly evident in man, with respect to both his intellect and ~ 131 1, 61 | as for himself, in this respect, that as he loves self in 132 1, 64 | the other object. In this respect ~there can be evil in them.~ 133 1, 64 | a right opinion in this respect. In this way there can be 134 1, 64 | be like unto God in some ~respect which is not natural to 135 1, 64 | resemblance ~with God in this respect - by desiring, as his last 136 1, 65 | differs from man's in this respect, that the angel by his intellect 137 1, 66 | incorruptible ~creatures endure with respect to their substance, though 138 1, 67 | variety of forms. In this respect, then, the earth is ~said 139 1, 67 | it is in potentiality in respect to all ~those forms to which 140 1, 67 | itself is indifferent with respect to perfection and ~imperfection, 141 1, 67 | it no potentiality with respect to ~being, but only to place, 142 1, 67 | all of whom agree in one respect, ~namely, in holding it 143 1, 70 | of perfect beauty, and in respect of these ~three Scripture 144 1, 70 | in the ~first passage in respect of its nature, but here 145 1, 70 | its nature, but here in respect of its ~principal property, 146 1, 70 | Thus, therefore, in either respect this formless ~state ends 147 1, 71 | occupations. And in this respect he ~says: "Let them be for 148 1, 71 | but not in ~a particular respect. While, then, it is not 149 1, 71 | its movement natural with respect to ~that active principle; 150 1, 75 | real mixture which is in respect of the whole; but only a ~ 151 1, 76 | is not always actual with respect to its vital ~operations; 152 1, 77 | the ~"appetitive" - in respect of which the soul is referred 153 1, 77 | locomotive" power - in respect of which the soul is referred 154 1, 78 | abstracts the universal, ~with respect to which things the universal 155 1, 81 | things. Wherefore in this respect ~it is rather an intellectual 156 1, 82 | natural habit in us with ~respect to those things which come 157 1, 83 | They differ, too, in this respect, that Avicenna held that ~ 158 1, 83 | recognizes a flaw in some respect.~ 159 1, 88 | would be useless in that respect unless their ~knowledge 160 1, 92 | image of God in the soul, in respect of other objects.~Aquin.: 161 1, 94 | neither had he passions in respect of good not possessed, but ~ 162 1, 100 | like ~himself, not in that respect, but only in those accidents 163 1, 101 | temperature"; and in this ~respect it is like the heavenly 164 1, 104 | move ~any body whatever in respect of any movement whatever.~ 165 1, 105 | immediately, and in this respect one does not teach another. 166 1, 110 | except willingly." In this respect faith comes ~from God alone. 167 1, 111 | external occupations in no respect impede his contemplation; 168 1, 111 | the inferior: and in that respect only the superior angels 169 1, 111 | acts by Divine command in ~respect of any corporeal creature; 170 1, 111 | Powers" are so called in respect of some act; and it is ~ 171 1, 112 | wayfarer. In this latter respect it was right that He should 172 1, 112 | justice in this matter, in respect of which some are ~subjected 173 1, 114 | nevertheless be so called in respect of their origin, ~forasmuch 174 1, 118 | otherwise than either in ~respect of quantity only, as in 175 1, 118 | increases in dimensions; or in respect of the substance itself 176 1, 118 | son is like his father, in respect of that which he ~receives 177 2, 1 | receives its species in respect of an act and ~not in respect 178 2, 1 | respect of an act and ~not in respect of potentiality; wherefore 179 2, 1 | an act which is one ~in respect of its natural species, 180 2, 1 | which is but one act in respect of ~its natural species, 181 2, 1 | intention, ~which was in respect of the last end, remains 182 2, 2 | does something of man, in respect of his soul, belong to his 183 2, 3 | participation of happiness, in respect of which man is said to 184 2, 3 | the final perfection is in respect of some operation, by which 185 2, 3 | the final perfection is in respect of an operation whereby 186 2, 3 | consequently: antecedently, in respect of imperfect ~happiness, 187 2, 3 | of his ~highest power in respect of its highest object: and 188 2, 3 | particular ~instincts in respect of works similar to works 189 2, 4 | part of the ~intellect, in respect of which the soul transcends 190 2, 4 | that natural perfection in respect of which ~happiness is due 191 2, 4 | that natural perfection ~in respect of which it is the form 192 2, 4 | Happiness belongs to man in respect of his intellect: and, ~ 193 2, 4 | teeth of an Ethiopian, in respect of which he is said to be 194 2, 5 | the ~sensitive nature in respect of the object of its knowledge: 195 2, 5 | attainment of his last end, in respect of ~certain preliminary 196 2, 5 | And consequently, in ~this respect, not all desire it. Wherefore 197 2, 6 | masters. Now we are masters in respect of to act and not to act, 198 2, 6 | voluntariness and involuntariness in respect of the will. But ~violence 199 2, 6 | and consequently in this respect violence ~causes involuntariness.~ 200 2, 6 | simply ~but in a certain respect. The same remark applies 201 2, 6 | is violent in a certain respect, i.e. as to that ~particular 202 2, 6 | condition, is such in a ~certain respect; whereas what is such, without 203 2, 6 | condition, is necessary in ~some respect: but what is necessary absolutely, 204 2, 6 | involuntary ~in a certain respect. For a thing is said to 205 2, 6 | simply, ~but in a certain respect. Now that which is done 206 2, 6 | involuntary, considered in that ~respect, that is to say, outside 207 2, 6 | involuntariness in a certain respect, inasmuch as ~it precedes 208 2, 7 | moralist, in so far as with ~respect to circumstances we find 209 2, 7 | and it is chiefly in this ~respect that he is directed to the 210 2, 8 | This argument holds in respect of the will being moved 211 2, 9 | is not mover and moved in respect of the same ~thing. But 212 2, 9 | will. Consequently, in this respect, the ~will moves the other 213 2, 9 | mover and moved in the same respect.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[2] 214 2, 9 | less excellent in a certain respect. Accordingly the will is ~ 215 2, 9 | sensitive appetite: but in respect of the ~man in whom a passion 216 2, 9 | potentiality and in ~act, in respect of the same. Therefore nothing 217 2, 9 | Reply OBJ 1: It is not in respect of the same that the will 218 2, 9 | and in potentiality in ~respect of the same. But forasmuch 219 2, 9 | potentiality to act, in respect of the means, so as, ~in 220 2, 9 | exercise of its act, in respect of the ~end.~Aquin.: SMT 221 2, 9 | itself sufficiently in one respect, and in ~its own order, 222 2, 9 | cannot move ~itself in every respect, as we have shown. Wherefore 223 2, 10 | thing ~which befits it in respect of its substance. And this 224 2, 10 | that object ~that in every respect presents the aspect of the 225 2, 10 | hand, it is lacking in any respect, it will not move of ~necessity, 226 2, 10 | such and such uniformly in respect of his ~whole soul: either 227 2, 10 | reason remains free. And in respect of ~this, man can either 228 2, 11 | the power of command in ~respect of the end is not in them, 229 2, 12 | But the act of the will in respect of the end is called volition, 230 2, 12 | something last, not always in respect of the ~whole, but sometimes 231 2, 12 | whole, but sometimes in respect of a part.~Aquin.: SMT FS 232 2, 13 | must of necessity be in respect of several things that can 233 2, 13 | nevertheless indeterminate in respect of particular goods. ~Consequently 234 2, 13 | that choice is not only in respect of human acts. ~For choice 235 2, 13 | perfect act of the will is in respect ~of something that is good 236 2, 13 | act of the will is only in respect of ~what is possible and 237 2, 13 | incomplete act of ~the will is in respect of the impossible; and by 238 2, 13 | aspect of evil: and in this respect, it can apprehend any single 239 2, 14 | God; ~wherefore in this respect it is not ascribed to God: 240 2, 15 | account of the end, in respect of which our act is not 241 2, 16 | compare use and ~enjoyment in respect of their objects, enjoyment 242 2, 16 | But if we compare them in ~respect of the apprehensive power 243 2, 16 | first, simply; secondly, in respect of an individual. For since 244 2, 16 | of the thing ~chosen, in respect of that to which it is preferred; 245 2, 16 | relation of ~the will, in respect of which it tends to the 246 2, 17 | things being distinct in one ~respect, and one in another respect. 247 2, 17 | respect, and one in another respect. Indeed, every multitude 248 2, 17 | multitude is one in ~some respect, as Dionysius says (Div. 249 2, 17 | being only in a certain respect. Wherefore ~those things 250 2, 17 | though many in a ~certain respect. Thus, in the genus substance, 251 2, 17 | simply, and one in a certain ~respect: thus many men are one people, 252 2, 17 | simply, and one in ~a certain respect: since to be one in genus 253 2, 17 | Secondly, as to the object; in ~respect of which two acts of the 254 2, 17 | light. Consequently in this respect, the act of the reason is 255 2, 17 | power. Consequently in this respect the act of the sensitive ~ 256 2, 17 | and consequently in this respect, the movement of the sensitive ~ 257 2, 17 | in one way or another, in respect of his body, to this or ~ 258 2, 17 | comparison holds in a certain respect: because, to wit, ~as God 259 2, 17 | does not hold ~in every respect: for the soul did not create 260 2, 17 | powers of the soul stand in respect of ~obedience to reason, 261 2, 17 | members of the body stand in respect ~thereof. Since then the 262 2, 18 | they have being ~in some respect, and yet they are lacking 263 2, 18 | simply, but in a certain respect, inasmuch as ~it is a being; 264 2, 18 | non-being ~in a certain respect, as was stated in the FP, 265 2, 18 | which is good ~in a certain respect, but simply evil.~Aquin.: 266 2, 18 | being in act in a certain ~respect, so that it can act; and 267 2, 18 | can act; and in a certain respect deficient in act, ~so as 268 2, 18 | which belongs to a thing, in respect of its ~substance, is not 269 2, 18 | is not ascribed to it in respect of an accident. But good 270 2, 18 | evil belong to an action in respect of its substance; because 271 2, 18 | he should, and so on in respect of the other ~circumstances. 272 2, 18 | predicated of a ~thing both in respect of its essential being, 273 2, 18 | essential being, and in respect of its ~accidental being; 274 2, 18 | from its ~circumstances, in respect, as it were, of its accidents. 275 2, 18 | Therefore good and evil in respect of ~the end diversify the 276 2, 18 | the ~universal mover in respect of all the powers of the 277 2, 18 | subordinate to the other. But in ~respect of those things which are 278 2, 18 | species, ~considered in respect to the moral conditions 279 2, 18 | goodness, or lack it in some respect. Therefore every action 280 2, 18 | there can be no medium in ~respect of the proper subject. The 281 2, 18 | they are indifferent in respect ~of a habit. Therefore some 282 2, 18 | good or bad, at ~least in respect of the intention of the 283 2, 18 | another's," and in this respect it is placed in the species 284 2, 18 | special order of reason in respect of good or evil, except 285 2, 18 | regard the order of reason in respect ~of good or evil, except 286 2, 19 | about the means: for in this respect it ~is perfected by prudence. 287 2, 19 | various men can be good in respect ~of opposite things, for 288 2, 19 | that a man's will, in this respect, is ~conformed to the Divine 289 2, 19 | another kind of conformity in respect of the formal cause, ~consisting 290 2, 19 | conformity, that is in ~respect of the last end, which is 291 2, 19 | particular: and in this respect we are not ~bound to conform 292 2, 20 | external action: one in respect of due matter ~and circumstances; 293 2, 20 | circumstances; the other in respect of the order to the end. 294 2, 20 | end. And that ~which is in respect of the order to the end, 295 2, 20 | while that which is in respect of due matter or circumstances, ~ 296 2, 20 | it ~must be good in every respect. If therefore the will be 297 2, 20 | distinct as they are in that ~respect, they combine to form one 298 2, 20 | good ~or evil, and in this respect, is better or worse. Thirdly, 299 2, 20 | majority ~of cases, in this respect, the consequences increase 300 2, 20 | as they are voluntary in ~respect of wills that differ, they 301 2, 20 | the action evil in this respect.~ 302 2, 21 | action does indeed fail in respect of the last ~end, which 303 2, 21 | but it does not fail ~in respect of any proximate end whatever; 304 2, 21 | yet it does not fail in ~respect of some proximate end: intended 305 2, 21 | in his action: first, in ~respect of the retribution owed 306 2, 21 | good or harm; secondly, in respect of the retribution owed 307 2, 21 | other belongings of his, in respect of ~which he is bound to 308 2, 21 | implies retribution, in respect of which we speak of merit 309 2, 22 | corruption in a particular respect: whereas the reverse is 310 2, 22 | of ~something, is only in respect of a bodily transmutation; 311 2, 22 | something of potentiality, in respect of which it is competent ~ 312 2, 22 | occurs, properly speaking, in respect of a bodily ~transmutation. 313 2, 22 | by a spiritual change, in respect of which ~the organ receives 314 2, 22 | the ~angels, or to man in respect of his intellectual appetite, 315 2, 23 | daring do not differ in respect of good ~and evil: because 316 2, 23 | approach and withdrawal in ~respect of the same term: and this 317 2, 23 | approach and withdrawal in respect of the same term. ~In the 318 2, 23 | concupiscible passion in respect of good, tends to it, as 319 2, 23 | concupiscible passion in respect of evil, ~tends from it, 320 2, 23 | approach and ~withdrawal in respect of the same object.~Aquin.: 321 2, 23 | passions we find contrariety in respect of good and evil (as between 322 2, 23 | approach and withdrawal in ~respect of the same term (as between 323 2, 23 | passion of the soul is in respect of approach or ~withdrawal, 324 2, 23 | difference of form is in respect of some contrariety, as 325 2, 23 | approach or ~withdrawal in respect of good or evil, it seems 326 2, 23 | active or motive causes in respect of their motive power, as 327 2, 23 | aptitude or connaturalness in respect of good: and this ~belongs 328 2, 23 | of which is ~"hatred" in respect of evil. Secondly, if the 329 2, 23 | and contrary to it, in respect of evil, is the passion 330 2, 23 | the contrary of which, in respect of evil, is ~"sorrow" or " 331 2, 23 | evil absolutely. And in ~respect of good not yet obtained, 332 2, 23 | hope" and "despair." In ~respect of evil not yet present 333 2, 23 | fear" and "daring." But in ~respect of good obtained there is 334 2, 24 | moved unto good, not only in respect of his ~will, but also in 335 2, 24 | of his ~will, but also in respect of his sensitive appetite; 336 2, 25 | good, not as such, but in ~respect of something else, wherefore 337 2, 25 | towards something: for in respect of good, movement begins 338 2, 25 | and ends in hope; while in respect of evil, it begins ~in hatred, 339 2, 26 | dilection differ, not in respect of good and evil, ~but as 340 2, 26 | friend some good: and in this respect the character ~of friendship 341 2, 27 | far as it is good in some respect, and is considered as ~being 342 2, 27 | about it already in some respect, either in ~a general way, 343 2, 27 | which is becoming ~to him in respect of his art.~Aquin.: SMT 344 2, 28 | the friend's good. In this respect, a man is said ~to be zealous 345 2, 28 | understood as applying to love in respect of its formal ~element, 346 2, 28 | to the appetite. But in respect of the material ~element 347 2, 28 | proportionate to the above, in respect of a change in the organ.~ 348 2, 29 | lovable or ~hateful: in respect of the natural appetite, 349 2, 29 | unbecoming to water: and in ~respect of the animal appetite, 350 2, 29 | contraries if considered in respect of ~the same thing. But 351 2, 29 | same thing. But if taken in respect of contraries, they are 352 2, 29 | the soul's movement in respect ~of good is stronger than 353 2, 29 | stronger than its movement in respect of evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS 354 2, 29 | good in some particular ~respect, is simply evil; and in 355 2, 29 | inordinate self-love, in respect of which, man desires temporal 356 2, 29 | truth about his sin. In this respect, ~Augustine says (Confess. 357 2, 30 | diversity of passions, in respect of ~which the passions differ 358 2, 30 | movement of the appetite in respect of good to come: so ~that 359 2, 30 | not, they ~differ only in respect of their objects; which 360 2, 31 | long and to be morose in respect ~of time. But some pleasures 361 2, 31 | changeable causes, in ~this respect, to be a man is in time.~ 362 2, 31 | like. Wherefore in this respect, ~the pleasures of touch 363 2, 31 | touch is the greatest in respect of ~usefulness, and the 364 2, 31 | by sight the greatest in respect of ~knowledge; if anyone 365 2, 31 | of man's nature, since in respect thereof he has his own specific ~ 366 2, 31 | things pertaining to man in respect of his reason: ~for instance, 367 2, 31 | yet "connatural" in some ~respect. For it happens in an individual 368 2, 32 | this conjunction: and in respect of these ~three, movement 369 2, 32 | something ~thereof: and in this respect movement itself has something 370 2, 32 | conjunction, not only in respect of ~apprehension, but also 371 2, 32 | apprehension, but also in respect of the faculty or power 372 2, 32 | conferred on ~another. In this respect, inasmuch as through being 373 2, 32 | another, can give pleasure in respect ~of a threefold principle. 374 2, 32 | for instance one man in ~respect of another, one youth in 375 2, 33 | belongs ~to pleasure in respect of the two things requisite 376 2, 33 | spiritual order: and in this respect man's mind is said ~to be 377 2, 33 | emotion of the appetite in respect of something ~actually present. 378 2, 33 | the ~memory of food in respect of a man who has eaten to 379 2, 33 | imperfectly, is possessed in one ~respect, and in another respect 380 2, 33 | respect, and in another respect is not possessed. Consequently 381 2, 33 | it is either weakened in respect of other ~things, or it 382 2, 33 | implies alteration. And in respect of ~both points, it hinders 383 2, 34 | assertion. The first is in respect of the good in which a ~ 384 2, 34 | and that which is ~good in respect of a particular individual. 385 2, 34 | itself, may be good in ~respect of some individual in two 386 2, 34 | good, not simply, but in respect of that ~particular man, 387 2, 34 | simply, but in a certain ~respect, or an apparent good.~Aquin.: 388 2, 34 | so far as ~it is good in respect of such and such a man: 389 2, 34 | something good: and in this respect pleasure ~can be a rule 390 2, 35 | Further, pain is only in respect of present evil. But sorrow 391 2, 35 | contrariety is a ~difference in respect of a form. Now the form 392 2, 35 | contrariety is a difference in ~respect of a form. Now a form may 393 2, 35 | things may be contraries in respect of a generic form, as virtue 394 2, 35 | virtue and ~vice; or in respect of a specific form, as justice 395 2, 35 | contrary to one another ~in respect of their specific nature; 396 2, 35 | Consequently sorrow and pleasure in respect of the same ~object, are 397 2, 35 | sorrow and ~pleasure in respect of objects that are not 398 2, 35 | 1]). But they differ in respect of those two ~things which 399 2, 35 | and pleasure; namely, in respect of ~the cause, which is 400 2, 35 | conjoined good or evil; and in respect of the ~apprehension. For 401 2, 36 | habit; so that, in this respect, to sorrow for the loss 402 2, 36 | and consequently sorrow in respect of one contrary is, ~in 403 2, 36 | from ~being greater in some respect: and accordingly it is able 404 2, 37 | repugnant to man's life in ~respect of the species of its movement, 405 2, 37 | movement, and not merely in respect of its ~measure or quantity, 406 2, 37 | repugnant to man's ~life in respect of the measure of quantity; 407 2, 37 | of quantity; but not in respect of its ~specific character: 408 2, 37 | be repugnant to life in respect of its species.~Aquin.: 409 2, 39 | present evil; ~and, in this respect, sorrow is of no use; because 410 2, 39 | saddening evil: and, in this respect, ~sorrow is of use, if it 411 2, 39 | temporal goods. And, in this respect, sorrow for temporal ~goods 412 2, 39 | of sorrow: and, in this respect, sorrow is useful.~Aquin.: 413 2, 40 | only the good; in ~this respect, hope differs from fear, 414 2, 40 | already ~possessed: in this respect, hope differs from joy which 415 2, 40 | have at any time: in this respect, hope differs from desire 416 2, 40 | get at all: and, in this ~respect, hope differs from despair. 417 2, 40 | of movements. One is in respect of approach to contrary ~ 418 2, 42 | of inclination, in that respect a man ~may fear the evil 419 2, 42 | species of evil, but also in respect of circumstances, as ~stated 420 2, 43 | happen, ~however, in this respect, that some defect causes 421 2, 45 | the ~sensitive appetite in respect of some object, good or 422 2, 45 | To one thing, in the same respect, there are not several ~ 423 2, 46 | thus "animal" is general in respect of all animals. ~Secondly, 424 2, 46 | twofold difference in this respect, between ~anger on the one 425 2, 46 | seeks vengeance; and in respect of both, ~anger requires 426 2, 46 | nature of the ~individual, in respect of his particular temperament, 427 2, 46 | three ~are diversified in respect of an accident: because " 428 2, 47 | taken ~in two ways. First in respect of the motive of anger: 429 2, 47 | not grieved: and in this respect he is less angered. But 430 2, 47 | angered. But in ~another respect, in so far as he is more 431 2, 47 | sorrow. But in another respect they are naturally apt to 432 2, 48 | element of ~anger. In this respect it hinders the judgment 433 2, 49 | this mode of having is in respect of some quality: and of 434 2, 49 | good and ~evil are said in respect of an end.~Aquin.: SMT FS 435 2, 49 | a quality: and in this ~respect it can be a principle of 436 2, 49 | state of ~potentiality in respect to operation. Wherefore 437 2, 49 | well or ill disposed in respect of something, as stated 438 2, 49 | disposed by its form: for in respect of its form a ~thing is 439 2, 49 | disposition or habit in respect of the form, or even in ~ 440 2, 49 | of the form, or even in ~respect of operation, since the 441 2, 50 | is a subject of habit, in respect of its essence or ~in respect 442 2, 50 | respect of its essence or ~in respect of its power?~(3) Whether 443 2, 50 | the subject of habit in respect of its essence or in ~respect 444 2, 50 | respect of its essence or in ~respect of its power?~Aquin.: SMT 445 2, 50 | habit is in the soul in respect of its essence ~rather than 446 2, 50 | essence ~rather than in respect of its powers. For we speak 447 2, 50 | powers; because it is in ~respect of its essence that the 448 2, 50 | habits are in the soul in respect of its essence ~and not 449 2, 50 | its essence ~and not in respect of its powers.~Aquin.: SMT 450 2, 50 | habit is not in the ~soul in respect of its powers.~Aquin.: SMT 451 2, 50 | from being in the soul in ~respect of its essence, as we shall 452 2, 50 | habits are in the soul in respect of its powers.~Aquin.: SMT 453 2, 50 | it is ~reduced to act in respect of singulars by the intelligible 454 2, 50 | soul and body, ~except in respect of the phantasm, as is stated 455 2, 50 | A[2]). And therefore in respect of ~those things to which 456 2, 50 | just as primal matter is in respect of all sensible forms; and ~ 457 2, 51 | another in two ways. First in ~respect of the specific nature, 458 2, 51 | tendency. Secondly, in ~respect of the individual nature, 459 2, 51 | temperaments. Again, in respect of both natures, something 460 2, 51 | disposition is ~natural in respect of the specific nature. 461 2, 51 | becoming to different men in respect of the individual ~nature. 462 2, 51 | may be natural ~whether in respect of the specific nature or 463 2, 51 | the specific nature or in respect of the individual ~nature: 464 2, 51 | the individual ~nature: in respect of the specific nature, 465 2, 51 | specific ~principle; but in respect of the individual nature, 466 2, 51 | of a beginning, both in respect of the specific nature, 467 2, 51 | specific nature, and in respect of the individual nature. 468 2, 51 | 1] Body Para. 5/7~But in respect of the individual nature, 469 2, 51 | the part of the body, in respect of the individual nature, 470 2, 51 | same thing, and in the same respect, cannot be mover ~and moved; 471 2, 51 | happiness is an operation in respect ~of a habit of perfect virtue" ( 472 2, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God, in respect of His Nature, is the same 473 2, 51 | the same to all, but in ~respect of the order of His Wisdom, 474 2, 52 | in two ways: first, in ~respect of the form itself: secondly, 475 2, 52 | form itself: secondly, in respect of the participation of ~ 476 2, 52 | perfections of a ~form in respect of the form itself, thus 477 2, 52 | perfection of a form in respect of the participation ~thereof 478 2, 52 | another to consider it in respect of its ~participation by 479 2, 52 | said to be more or less, in respect of the participation of ~ 480 2, 52 | we must observe ~that, in respect of which a thing receives 481 2, 52 | its specific ~nature in respect of itself, or in respect 482 2, 52 | respect of itself, or in respect of something belonging to 483 2, 52 | can be diversified, in respect of themselves, according 484 2, 52 | consider a quality or form in respect of its participation by ~ 485 2, 52 | susceptible of more or less, in respect of ~their participation 486 2, 52 | participator has its species in respect of that ~form. And for this 487 2, 52 | substance," that is, in respect of its participation of 488 2, 52 | be with matter," i.e. in ~respect of material dispositions, " 489 2, 52 | needs ~participate it in respect of its indivisibility. For 490 2, 52 | of number as varying in respect of more or less; ~because 491 2, 52 | habits and dispositions in ~respect of a relation to something ( 492 2, 52 | dispositions. ~First, in respect of the habit itself: thus, 493 2, 52 | fewer things. Secondly, in respect of participation by the 494 2, 52 | like or unlike not only in respect of their qualities being ~ 495 2, 52 | or various, but also in respect of the same or a different 496 2, 53 | this must be understood in ~respect, not of the subject or cause, 497 2, 54 | things are distinguished in respect of the same thing, if ~one 498 2, 54 | powers are ~distinguished in respect of the same thing, viz. 499 2, 54 | to their disposition in respect of human nature, we have 500 2, 54 | disposition of these in respect of nature ~is strength or


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