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1 1, 2 | self-evident in either of two ways: on the ~one hand, self-evident 2 1, 2 | Demonstration can be made in two ways: One is through the ~cause, 3 1, 2 | God can be proved in five ways.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[3] 4 1, 2 | resemble in their different ways something which is the maximum, 5 1, 3 | this ~can be shown in three ways. First, because no body 6 1, 3 | may be shown in ~several ways. First, whatever a thing 7 1, 3 | can be in a genus in two ways; either absolutely ~and 8 1, 3 | genus may be ~shown in three ways. First, because a species 9 1, 3 | God may be shown in many ways. ~First, from the previous 10 1, 5 | movement can be taken in two ~ways, either as the thing itself 11 1, 6 | Aristotle argues ~in many ways - still, it is absolutely 12 1, 7 | can be considered in two ways; mathematically, in respect 13 1, 8 | to be in a thing in two ways; in one way ~after the manner 14 1, 9 | can be ~called so in two ways: by a power in itself; and 15 1, 9 | God is in none of ~these ways mutable, it belongs to Him 16 1, 11 | to "many," but in various ways. The ~"one" which is the 17 1, 11 | Many" is taken in two ways: absolutely, and in that 18 1, 12 | another can ~happen in two ways: either on the part of the 19 1, 12 | this takes place in two ways. For as things which are ~ 20 1, 12 | any knowable object in two ways. In one way it is ~assimilated 21 1, 13 | names are thus used in two ways: either according as many 22 1, 13 | extremes, it happens in three ways that a relation is real 23 1, 13 | name is communicable in two ways: properly, and by ~similitude. 24 1, 14 | itself." But God is in all ways infinite. Therefore He does 25 1, 14 | a thing is known in two ways: in itself, and in another. 26 1, 14 | unless He ~knew all the ways in which His own perfection 27 1, 14 | may be ~understood in two ways. In one way this adverb " 28 1, 14 | according to ~the diverse ways in which diverse creatures 29 1, 14 | written (Prov. 16:2), "All the ways of a man are ~open to His 30 1, 14 | can be ~considered in two ways; first, in itself, in so 31 1, 14 | called speculative in ~three ways: first, on the part of the 32 1, 15 | agent, as may ~happen in two ways. For in some agents the 33 1, 16 | can be understood in two ways. In the ~one way so as to 34 1, 16 | can be understood ~in two ways. In one way, as having in 35 1, 16 | conformity may vary in ~two ways, even as any other likeness, 36 1, 17 | relatively; ~and that in two ways. In one way according to 37 1, 17 | in ~the senses in three ways. In the first way, primarily 38 1, 17 | This can ~take place in two ways. In one way, by the intellect 39 1, 19 | according to the different ways of understanding ~them and 40 1, 19 | answer that, There are two ways in which a thing is said 41 1, 19 | This can be shown in three ways: First, from the order itself 42 1, 19 | can be understood in three ways. First, by a restricted ~ 43 1, 19 | regards good, a man may in two ways begin to ~will a thing. 44 1, 19 | Further, evil happens in more ways than good, since "good happens ~ 45 1, 19 | but evil in all kinds of ways," as declared by the ~Philosopher ( 46 1, 19 | counsel. Since in these ways the will of man makes ~itself 47 1, 19 | same matter in different ways; thus we find many words 48 1, 19 | though happening in many ways, agrees in ~being out of 49 1, 20 | been solved in ~various ways. Augustine interprets it 50 1, 21 | may be regarded in two ~ways, as due either to God, or 51 1, 21 | said (Ps. 24:10): "All the ways of the Lord are ~mercy and 52 1, 23 | should be manifested in many ways ~in His creation; because 53 1, 23 | belong to a person in two ways; ~first, by God's predestination, 54 1, 23 | helped by another in two ways; in one ~way, inasmuch as 55 1, 25 | act, simply and in ~all ways perfect, nor in Him does 56 1, 25 | said to be possible in two ways. First in relation to some 57 1, 25 | certain persons erred in two ways. Some ~laid it down that 58 1, 25 | may be understood in two ways: one, in ~direct connection 59 1, 30 | in an infinite number of ways. Therefore there are an ~ 60 1, 31 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In both ways can the term "alone" be 61 1, 31 | be understood in several ways. For ~if it exclude (all 62 1, 32 | derogates from faith in two ways. Firstly, as ~regards the 63 1, 32 | Reason may be employed in two ways to establish a point: ~firstly, 64 1, 32 | related to ~Him in divers ways, so the Father is related 65 1, 32 | He can be known in two ways, because as the Son is from 66 1, 32 | Anything is of faith in two ways; directly, where any ~truth 67 1, 33 | principle is known in two ways; in one way ~as the first " 68 1, 33 | privation can ~be taken in many ways; in one way when a thing 69 1, 34 | His perfection in various ways. To show that He is of the 70 1, 35 | found in something in two ways. ~In one way it is found 71 1, 36 | name may be shown in two ways. Firstly, from the ~fact 72 1, 36 | Holy Ghost - namely, in two ways. Therefore, we must say ~ 73 1, 37 | to love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~and notionally, 74 1, 39 | unity, but in different ways. For "unity" ~is said absolutely, 75 1, 39 | contains things ~in two ways: in one way by their similitudes; 76 1, 40 | For, although in both ~ways they are distinguished, 77 1, 41 | can exist in different ways is far from the divine ~ 78 1, 41 | attained. In neither of ~these ways is the divine generation 79 1, 42 | may be designated in two ~ways - namely, by nouns and by 80 1, 43 | manifestation applies in different ways to the Son and to ~the Holy 81 1, 45 | this is verified in both ways, when it is ~said, that 82 1, 46 | in the beginning of His ways, before He ~made anything 83 1, 46 | manner. This appears in three ways. Firstly, because, both 84 1, 46 | evade this reason ~in many ways. For some do not think it 85 1, 48 | cause. But in these two ways evil does ~not effect anything 86 1, 51 | often walked through all the ways ~thereof." Therefore the 87 1, 56 | came forth from Him in two ~ways: first, into the angelic 88 1, 56 | thing is ~known in three ways: first, by the presence 89 1, 57 | future can be known in two ways. First, it can be ~known 90 1, 57 | thought can be known in two ways: first, in its ~effect. 91 1, 57 | 1: One can speak in two ways of the mystery of the ~Incarnation. 92 1, 58 | is in potentiality in two ways; first, "as ~before learning 93 1, 58 | be apprehended by various ways of knowing it.~Aquin.: SMT 94 1, 59 | towards good, but in different ways. Some are inclined to good ~ 95 1, 60 | thing ~may be loved in two ways; first of all as a subsisting 96 1, 61 | in the beginning of His ways, before He ~made anything 97 1, 62 | and this ~happens in two ways. First of all, because it 98 1, 62 | be termed useful in two ways. First of all, as ~being 99 1, 63 | Mortal sin occurs in two ways in the act of free-will. ~ 100 1, 63 | exist in a subject in two ways: first of all by ~actual 101 1, 63 | can be understood in two ways: first, by equality; secondly, 102 1, 63 | likeness can happen in two ways. In ~one way, as to that 103 1, 63 | wast perfect . . .'] in thy ways from the day of thy creation 104 1, 64 | demons know a truth in three ways: first of all by the ~subtlety 105 1, 64 | Divine providence in two ways: first of all, ~directly, 106 1, 65 | find them harmful in many ways; as may be seen in serpents, 107 1, 65 | angels. And there ~are two ways in which this has been stated. 108 1, 66 | earth lacked beauty in two ways: first, ~that beauty which 109 1, 67 | word may be used in two ways - that is to say, either ~ 110 1, 69 | are generated in hidden ways within the bowels of the 111 1, 72 | discovered from the various ways in which ~Scripture speaks 112 1, 72 | more intelligent in certain ways). Scripture, ~therefore, 113 1, 73 | day is ~understood in two ways. First, in that He ceased 114 1, 75 | proved to be false in many ways; but we shall make use of ~ 115 1, 75 | consider this question in ~two ways. First, from the notion 116 1, 75 | may be corrupted in two ~ways - "per se," and accidentally. 117 1, 76 | attributed to anyone in ~three ways, as is clear from the Philosopher ( 118 1, 76 | the same thing in various ways. Therefore since, as we 119 1, 77 | this may be proved in two ways. First, because, since power 120 1, 77 | another can be ~taken in two ways; according to the order 121 1, 77 | this can be taken in two ways. Firstly, ~the words "with 122 1, 37 | to love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~and notionally, 123 1, 39 | unity, but in different ways. For "unity" ~is said absolutely, 124 1, 39 | contains things ~in two ways: in one way by their similitudes; 125 1, 40 | For, although in both ~ways they are distinguished, 126 1, 41 | can exist in different ways is far from the divine ~ 127 1, 41 | attained. In neither of ~these ways is the divine generation 128 1, 42 | may be designated in two ~ways - namely, by nouns and by 129 1, 43 | manifestation applies in different ways to the Son and to ~the Holy 130 1, 46 | this is verified in both ways, when it is ~said, that 131 1, 47 | in the beginning of His ways, before He ~made anything 132 1, 47 | manner. This appears in three ways. Firstly, because, both 133 1, 47 | evade this reason ~in many ways. For some do not think it 134 1, 49 | cause. But in these two ways evil does ~not effect anything 135 1, 52 | often walked through all the ways ~thereof." Therefore the 136 1, 57 | came forth from Him in two ~ways: first, into the angelic 137 1, 57 | thing is ~known in three ways: first, by the presence 138 1, 58 | future can be known in two ways. First, it can be ~known 139 1, 58 | thought can be known in two ways: first, in its ~effect. 140 1, 58 | 1: One can speak in two ways of the mystery of the ~Incarnation. 141 1, 59 | is in potentiality in two ways; first, "as ~before learning 142 1, 59 | be apprehended by various ways of knowing it.~Aquin.: SMT 143 1, 60 | towards good, but in different ways. Some are inclined to good ~ 144 1, 61 | thing ~may be loved in two ways; first of all as a subsisting 145 1, 62 | in the beginning of His ways, before He ~made anything 146 1, 63 | and this ~happens in two ways. First of all, because it 147 1, 63 | be termed useful in two ways. First of all, as ~being 148 1, 64 | Mortal sin occurs in two ways in the act of free-will. ~ 149 1, 64 | exist in a subject in two ways: first of all by ~actual 150 1, 64 | can be understood in two ways: first, by equality; secondly, 151 1, 64 | likeness can happen in two ways. In ~one way, as to that 152 1, 64 | wast perfect . . .'] in thy ways from the day of thy creation 153 1, 65 | demons know a truth in three ways: first of all by the ~subtlety 154 1, 65 | Divine providence in two ways: first of all, ~directly, 155 1, 66 | find them harmful in many ways; as may be seen in serpents, 156 1, 66 | angels. And there ~are two ways in which this has been stated. 157 1, 67 | earth lacked beauty in two ways: first, ~that beauty which 158 1, 68 | word may be used in two ways - that is to say, either ~ 159 1, 70 | are generated in hidden ways within the bowels of the 160 1, 71 | discovered from the various ways in which ~Scripture speaks 161 1, 71 | more intelligent in certain ways). Scripture, ~therefore, 162 1, 72 | day is ~understood in two ways. First, in that He ceased 163 1, 74 | proved to be false in many ways; but we shall make use of ~ 164 1, 74 | consider this question in ~two ways. First, from the notion 165 1, 74 | may be corrupted in two ~ways - "per se," and accidentally. 166 1, 75 | attributed to anyone in ~three ways, as is clear from the Philosopher ( 167 1, 75 | the same thing in various ways. Therefore since, as we 168 1, 76 | this may be proved in two ways. First, because, since power 169 1, 76 | another can be ~taken in two ways; according to the order 170 1, 76 | this can be taken in two ways. Firstly, ~the words "with 171 1, 77 | operations. Now, in four ways is a thing said to live. 172 1, 77 | Anima ii, 2): "In several ways a thing is said to ~live, 173 1, 77 | corporeal nature in various ways; for the whole ~corporeal 174 1, 77 | affected in one or more ways in the magnitude of the 175 1, 78 | passive may be taken in three ways. Firstly, in its ~most strict 176 1, 78 | application is made in three ~ways. One way in so far as we 177 1, 80 | 2~I answer that, In two ways the irascible and concupiscible 178 1, 81 | necessity" is employed in many ways. For that ~which must be 179 1, 81 | can be ~considered in two ways: "absolutely" and "relatively." 180 1, 81 | thing is said to move in two ways: First, as an end; ~for 181 1, 81 | may be considered in two ways: as ~apprehensive of universal 182 1, 81 | may be considered in two ways: according to the common 183 1, 81 | can be understood in two ~ways. Sometimes they are taken 184 1, 82 | be clearly proved in two ways. First of all, ~because, 185 1, 83 | substances. And this ~in two ways. For Plato, as we have said ( 186 1, 83 | Aristotle proves in many ways ~(Metaph. vi), Avicenna ( 187 1, 83 | known in another in two ways. First, as in an object 188 1, 83 | This ~he proves in two ways. First, because "whatever 189 1, 84 | Abstraction may occur in two ways: First, by way of ~composition 190 1, 84 | can be considered in two ways. First, the ~universal nature 191 1, 84 | part can be known in two ways. First, absolutely ~considered 192 1, 84 | can be understood in two ways. First, in a confused ~way, 193 1, 84 | to the intellect in two ~ways. First, as regards the intellect 194 1, 85 | can be considered in two ways; either ~as contingent, 195 1, 85 | future may be known in two ways: either in itself, ~or in 196 1, 86 | act. This happens in two ~ways: In the first place, singularly, 197 1, 86 | called self-evident in two ways, ~either because we can 198 1, 86 | This occurs in different ways with different intellects. ~ 199 1, 87 | principles in one of these two ways; to a ~principal agent and 200 1, 87 | and fire. In both ~these ways the active intellect can 201 1, 87 | Commentator fails in several ways. ~First, because if separate 202 1, 88 | may be ~corrupted in two ways; first, directly, when corrupted 203 1, 88 | above work mentions two ways in which ~knowledge is corrupted 204 1, 90 | virtues of ~creatures, in two ways. First, both in active and 205 1, 92 | speak of God's image in two ways. First, we may ~consider 206 1, 92 | God is in man in ~three ways. First, inasmuch as man 207 1, 92 | can be understood in two ways: first, so that this ~preposition " 208 1, 92 | towards an object in two ways: directly and ~immediately, 209 1, 92 | distinguished from image in two ways: first as its preamble and ~ 210 1, 93 | be distinguished in two ~ways. First, from a diversity 211 1, 93 | deceived in either of ~these ways as regards those things 212 1, 94 | Perseverance may be taken in two ways: in one sense as a ~particular 213 1, 94 | degree may be gauged in two ways. First, ~in its root, which 214 1, 95 | can be proved in three ~ways. First, from the order observed 215 1, 95 | more beautiful, and all ways better disposed; so that, ~ 216 1, 96 | be incorruptible in three ways. First, on the ~part of 217 1, 101 | may be understood in two ways. First, in the sense that 218 1, 102 | refuted as impossible in two ways. First, by observation of 219 1, 102 | operates for an end in two ways. First, ~in moving itself 220 1, 102 | acquire some good in many ways: first, as a form ~existing 221 1, 102 | necessity in variously different ways. Therefore ~the world is 222 1, 102 | world may be taken in three ways. First, ~on the part of 223 1, 102 | Divine providence in two ~ways: in general, inasmuch as 224 1, 102 | This can be proved in two ways: firstly from the fact that ~ 225 1, 103 | preserved by another in two ways. First, indirectly, and 226 1, 103 | another in being ~in two ways; first, indirectly and accidentally, 227 1, 103 | on the cause. And in both ways a created thing keeps ~another 228 1, 104 | the active cause in two ways. ~First, according to the 229 1, 104 | created intellect in both ways. For He is the First ~immaterial 230 1, 104 | weal. ~Wherefore in both ways it belongs to God to move 231 1, 104 | this natural ~order, in two ways. It may happen by the action 232 1, 104 | nature is surpassed in three ways: firstly, in ~the substance 233 1, 104 | according to the ~different ways in which the power of nature 234 1, 105 | will is changed in ~two ways; on the part of the object, 235 1, 106 | to the intellect in three ways; first, ~habitually, or 236 1, 106 | speaks to God; ~which in some ways appears to be unreasonable, 237 1, 107 | may be considered in two ways. First, according to the 238 1, 107 | Virtue" can be taken in two ways. First, commonly, considered 239 1, 107 | government in different ways. The place of a lord is 240 1, 110 | intellect. And in ~these two ways man is enlightened by an 241 1, 110 | can be understood ~in two ways. First, on the part of the 242 1, 110 | will can be changed in two ways. First, from within; ~in 243 1, 110 | change in the senses both ~ways. For an angel can offer 244 1, 110 | are changed in ~various ways.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] A[ 245 1, 110 | principle can be moved in many ways by the exterior principle, 246 1, 111 | can be intellectual in two ways. In one way, ~as dwelling 247 1, 112 | to keep thee in all thy ways." ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 248 1, 112 | fail from good in ~many ways; and so it was necessary 249 1, 112 | to be deficient in many ways. Hence it is ~written (Wis. 250 1, 112 | them, and diversified their ways: ~some of them hath He blessed 251 1, 112 | man is guarded in two ways; in ~one way by particular 252 1, 113 | angels assail men in two ways. Firstly by ~instigating 253 1, 113 | said to tempt in various ~ways. For man is said to tempt, 254 1, 113 | cause of another in two ways; ~directly and indirectly. 255 1, 113 | useless which may prove both ways. If ~therefore real miracles 256 1, 113 | Now this may happen in two ways. Firstly, from within; in 257 1, 114 | what is moved ~has many ways of being: it must be observed 258 1, 114 | the ~moon, happens in two ways. Firstly, they do so in 259 1, 115 | ordering of the effects in two ways. ~Firstly, as being in God 260 1, 115 | can ~be considered in two ways: firstly, in regard to the 261 1, 118 | can be considered in two ways: ~firstly, in general according 262 1, 118 | is unreasonable in many ways. Firstly, because it comes 263 1, 118 | Philosopher proves in many ways (De Gener. Animal. ~i, 18) 264 2, 1 | voluntary ~in one of two ways: first, because it is commanded 265 2, 1 | action or movement, in two ways: first, as a thing, moving 266 2, 1 | can be considered in both ways, since man moves himself, 267 2, 1 | speak of the last end in two ways: first, ~considering only 268 2, 3 | belong to happiness in three ways: (1) ~essentially, (2) antecedently, ( 269 2, 3 | reach the higher in two ways. First, ~according to a 270 2, 4 | necessary for another in four ways. ~First, as a preamble and 271 2, 4 | thing's ~perfection in two ways. First, as constituting 272 2, 4 | hindered by another in two ways. First, by way ~of opposition; 273 2, 4 | Happiness which ~is in all ways perfect. Antecedently, because, 274 2, 5 | can be considered in two ways. First according ~to the 275 2, 6 | proceeds from another in two ways. First, directly; in which 276 2, 6 | said to be ~natural in two ways. First, because it is from 277 2, 6 | to ~be voluntary in two ways. First, in regard to action, 278 2, 6 | and this happens in two ways, in ~accordance with the 279 2, 6 | not the ~knowledge of Thy ways." And this is called "affected 280 2, 6 | if in either of these ~ways, ignorance is voluntary, 281 2, 7 | accident of something in two ways. ~First, from being in that 282 2, 7 | But this happens in two ways. First, in so far as two 283 2, 7 | related to acts in both these ways. For ~some circumstances 284 2, 7 | indictment. In different ways, however: because where 285 2, 7 | belongs, in all the aforesaid ways: since to him all the other 286 2, 7 | Now this happens in three ways: first, ~inasmuch as it 287 2, 8 | moved to the end in two ways: first, to the end absolutely ~ 288 2, 9 | different ~things in two ways: first, with regard to acting 289 2, 9 | takes to a thing in various ways, as being fitting or ~unfitting. 290 2, 10 | The will is moved in two ways: first, as to the exercise ~ 291 2, 10 | passion on man occurs in two ways. First, so that his reason 292 2, 11 | end is possessed in two ways; perfectly and imperfectly. 293 2, 11 | will is hindered in two ways from being at rest. First ~ 294 2, 12 | movement may ~be taken in two ways. First, the very last terminus, 295 2, 12 | things" may be taken in two ways: ~they may be ordained to 296 2, 12 | can ~be considered in two ways. First, according as the 297 2, 14 | means, but in ~different ways, doubt may arise, just as 298 2, 16 | end may be taken in two ~ways: first, simply; secondly, 299 2, 17 | says that there ~are four ways of moving, "by perfecting, 300 2, 17 | declare something in two ways. ~First, absolutely: and 301 2, 17 | may be considered in ~two ways. First, as to the exercise 302 2, 18 | it is good in all those ways: since ~"evil results from 303 2, 18 | be ~understood in several ways. First in such a way that 304 2, 19 | can be ~understood in two ways. First, so that this circumstance 305 2, 19 | it must be good in both ways.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 306 2, 19 | this ~may happen in two ways. First, through the object 307 2, 19 | above the earth, so are My ways ~exalted above your ways, 308 2, 19 | ways ~exalted above your ways, and My thoughts above your 309 2, 19 | be considered in various ways by the reason, so as to ~ 310 2, 20 | to be good or bad in two ~ways. First, in regard to their 311 2, 20 | seemingly, may ~happen in three ways. First in point of number; 312 2, 21 | sin may ~occur in two ways, in a production of art. 313 2, 22 | passive" is used in three ways. First, in a ~general way, 314 2, 22 | and this ~happens in two ways. For sometimes that which 315 2, 22 | generated. In these ~three ways it happens that passions 316 2, 22 | soul can ~be changed in two ways. First, by a spiritual change, 317 2, 23 | may be considered in two ways: first, ~from the point 318 2, 24 | passions of the soul in two ways: ~first, in themselves; 319 2, 24 | consequently: and this in two ways. First, ~by way of redundance: 320 2, 24 | consequent in either of the ways ~mentioned above (Reply 321 2, 26 | express act in different ways. For love has a wider ~signification 322 2, 28 | and contents in different ways: just as a genus ~is contained 323 2, 28 | this happens in different ways according to love of concupiscence, ~ 324 2, 29 | himself: and this in two ~ways. First, on the part of the 325 2, 29 | reason. ~And in both these ways, "he that loveth iniquity 326 2, 29 | Now it may happen in three ways that some particular truth 327 2, 29 | not the knowledge of Thy ways." Thirdly, a particular 328 2, 29 | answer that, There are two ways of speaking of the universal: 329 2, 29 | regard the ~universal in both ways.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 330 2, 30 | thing is pleasurable in two ways. First, because ~it is suitable 331 2, 31 | thing may be in time in two ways: first, by itself; ~secondly, 332 2, 31 | afford pleasure in both these ways. But because it is proper 333 2, 31 | nature can be taken ~in two ways. First, inasmuch as intellect 334 2, 32 | is present to ~us in two ways. First, in knowledge - i.e. 335 2, 32 | same thing, in different ways, being ~the cause of contraries. 336 2, 32 | may be considered in two ways: as existing ~actually, 337 2, 32 | the memory: and in both ways sadness can ~cause pleasure. 338 2, 32 | pleasure to us in three ways. First, from the fact that 339 2, 32 | may give pleasure in three ways. ~First, in consideration 340 2, 32 | can give pleasure in two ~ways. First, as making man imagine 341 2, 32 | 2~Now it happens in two ways that something like is hurtful 342 2, 33 | can be considered in two ways; first, as ~existing in 343 2, 33 | desire, can be taken in two ways; first, properly, as denoting 344 2, 33 | use of reason in three ~ways. First, by distracting the 345 2, 33 | perfects operation in two ways. First, as an ~end: not 346 2, 34 | of some individual in two ways. In one way, because it 347 2, 35 | pleasure. In each of these ways, the sorrows of the ~present 348 2, 35 | can be hindered in many ways, either so as to destroy 349 2, 35 | can be understood in two ~ways. In one way, so that contemplation 350 2, 35 | contemplation; and this in two ways: first, on the part of an 351 2, 35 | Nevertheless, in neither of these ways, is the pain thus accidentally ~ 352 2, 35 | in regard to ~the various ways in which this cause of pain 353 2, 35 | added to a genus in two ~ways. First, as something belonging 354 2, 35 | which "happens in many ways," as Dionysius says ~(Div. 355 2, 39 | may be good or evil in two ways: first considered ~simply 356 2, 40 | be possible to him in two ways, ~viz. by his own power, 357 2, 40 | experience causes hope in two ways, despair in one ~way: and 358 2, 41 | Now this happens in two ways. First, so that it is entirely ~ 359 2, 41 | faculty of resistance in three ways. First by reason of its ~ 360 2, 42 | evil. This ~can be in two ways. In one way, inasmuch as 361 2, 42 | Now it may happen in two ways that an evil may not appear 362 2, 44 | counsel may be taken in two ways. First, from ~his being 363 2, 45 | passions can be ~taken in two ways. First, as denoting absolutely 364 2, 45 | cause ~of daring in two ways, whether by raising hope, 365 2, 46 | said to be general in two ways. First, by ~predication; 366 2, 46 | apprehends a thing in ~two ways. First, by way of an incomplex 367 2, 46 | Consequently in each of these ways ~the appetitive power can 368 2, 46 | an act of ~reason in two ways. In the first way, it follows 369 2, 46 | may be considered in two ways: first, on the ~part of 370 2, 46 | be ~aroused in man in two ways. First, when only his imagination 371 2, 46 | This ~happens in three ways. First from facility of 372 2, 47 | acts against God in two ways. ~First, in so far as he 373 2, 47 | done to another in three ways: namely, through ~ignorance, 374 2, 47 | angry, may be taken ~in two ways. First in respect of the 375 2, 48 | to the angry man in two ways: in one ~way, by hope; because 376 2, 49 | taken from this word in two ways; in one way, ~inasmuch as 377 2, 49 | but this happens in three ways, as the Philosopher goes ~ 378 2, 49 | disposition may be taken in two ways; in one way, as the ~genus 379 2, 49 | divided against ~habit in two ways: first, as perfect and imperfect 380 2, 49 | determination in several ways ~and to various things. 381 2, 49 | being adjusted in various ways: so as to dispose the subject ~ 382 2, 49 | can operate in diverse ~ways, as the soul; it needs to 383 2, 50 | can be considered in two ways: ~first, according as they 384 2, 50 | this good is varied in many ways, the ~will needs to be inclined, 385 2, 51 | natural to another in two ways. First in ~respect of the 386 2, 51 | be called natural in two ways: first, because it entirely 387 2, 51 | either of the foregoing ways. For there is a certain 388 2, 52 | may be considered in two ways: first, in ~respect of the 389 2, 52 | indivisible. Wherefore ~in two ways it may happen that a form 390 2, 52 | text. 17), that in two ~ways intensity and remission 391 2, 52 | But in either of these two ways we have not a more white 392 2, 53 | it can be ~corrupted both ways. This is clearly the case 393 2, 53 | something may be contrary in two ways. ~First, on the part of 394 2, 53 | as they increase, in two ways, as ~we have already explained ( 395 2, 53 | according to the different ways ~in which its subject participates 396 2, 53 | participate a form in various ways, or to extend to a greater 397 2, 53 | subject, but in different ways. For if we take an ~accident 398 2, 53 | cause of ~movement in two ways. First, directly; and such 399 2, 54 | may take parts in various ways, ~according to the various 400 2, 54 | Now, this happens in two ways. First, by reason ~of their 401 2, 55 | merit by something in two ways. First, as by ~merit itself, 402 2, 56 | It can be proved in three ways that virtue belongs to a ~ 403 2, 56 | live" may be taken in two ways. Sometimes it is taken ~ 404 2, 56 | that, It happens in two ways that one thing is subjected 405 2, 56 | directed to a good act in two ~ways. First, in so far as by 406 2, 56 | can be considered ~in two ways. First, in themselves, in 407 2, 56 | reason, but in different ways. For the body ~obeys the 408 2, 57 | about certain things in two ways. In the first ~place a virtue 409 2, 57 | This may happen in two ways: first, so that it is the ~ 410 2, 58 | somewhat, but in various ways. For some obey reason blindly 411 2, 60 | serious ~matters, in two ways. First, as being pleasant 412 2, 61 | good is considered in two ways. First, as ~existing in 413 2, 61 | and this occurs in two ways. First, by the passions ~ 414 2, 61 | may be considered in two ways. First, ~in respect of their 415 2, 62 | a certain thing in two ~ways. First, essentially: and 416 2, 63 | observed that there are two ways in which ~something is said 417 2, 63 | Para. 4/6~In both these ways virtue is natural to man 418 2, 63 | temperance: and in these ways, both intellectual and moral 419 2, 64 | can be understood in two ways. First, ~according as the 420 2, 65 | corresponding to the different ways of assigning the ~distinction 421 2, 65 | can be considered ~in two ways; first in an inchoate state; 422 2, 66 | be greater or less in two ways: first, in itself; secondly 423 2, 66 | or "less" good, in the ways explained ~above: since, 424 2, 66 | can be understood in two ways. First, as referring to 425 2, 66 | be greater or less in two ways: ~first, simply; secondly, 426 2, 67 | can be imperfect in three ways: first, on the ~part of 427 2, 68 | perfected by God in two ways: first, with its ~natural 428 2, 68 | speak of the gifts in two ways: first, as to their ~essence; 429 2, 68 | gifts can be measured in two ways: ~first, simply, viz. by 430 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: There are two ways in which one thing precedes 431 2, 70 | the word "fruit" in two ways: first, so that the ~fruit 432 2, 70 | may be understood in two ways. First, so that the expression ~" 433 2, 70 | gathered from the various ways in which the ~Holy Ghost 434 2, 70 | There are, moreover, other ways in which holy men distinguish ~ 435 2, 70 | of the ~above-mentioned ways. Wherefore the acts of wisdom 436 2, 70 | Spirit may ~be taken in two ways. First, in general: and 437 2, 70 | way, evil in all manner of ways," as ~Dionysius says (Div. 438 2, 72 | various things in various ways. Because the "formal" and 439 2, 72 | these causes; in different ways, however, ~because the natural 440 2, 72 | differ specifically in two ways: first, when each ~has the 441 2, 73 | opposed to a virtue in two ways: first, ~principally and 442 2, 73 | circumstances. This happens in three ways. First, in so far ~as a 443 2, 73 | same kind of sin in more ways than if he were ~to merely 444 2, 74 | may be related in three ways to that to which ~it disposes: 445 2, 74 | powers. Now in both of these ways there may be sin in the 446 2, 74 | actions. Now it fails, in two ways, ~in directing internal 447 2, 75 | a cause of sin in three ways, either by moving the will ~ 448 2, 77 | indirectly, and this in two ways. ~First, by a kind of distraction: 449 2, 77 | it hinders him in ~three ways. First, by way of distraction, 450 2, 77 | sin. Now good is, in two ways, the ~object of the sensitive 451 2, 77 | sin may be venial in three ways. First, through its ~cause, 452 2, 78 | not understand all His ~ways." Now to revolt from God 453 2, 78 | This may happen in two ways. First, through his having 454 2, 79 | answer that, Man is, in two ways, a cause either of his own 455 2, 80 | moving the will in ~three ways. First, the object itself 456 2, 80 | In the second and third ways, ~either the devil or a 457 2, 80 | in none of ~these three ways can anything be the direct 458 2, 81 | gone about it in various ways. For some, considering that 459 2, 83 | can be in another in two ways. First, as in its ~cause, 460 2, 83 | Original sin spreads in two ways; from the flesh to the ~ 461 2, 84 | understood in ~different ways. First, as denoting inordinate 462 2, 84 | is to be taken in three ways. First, as ~denoting inordinate 463 2, 84 | origin may take place in two ways. First, on account of the 464 2, 84 | moves the appetite in two ways. First, directly and of 465 2, 84 | attendant evil ~occurs in two ways. For this happens either 466 2, 85 | may be understood in two ways: first, on the part of its 467 2, 85 | thing causes another in two ways: first, by reason of ~itself; 468 2, 85 | corruptible thing in two ways; first, ~in respect of its 469 2, 87 | may speak of sin in two ways: first, in its essence, ~ 470 2, 87 | sin accidentally in ~three ways. First, when one sin is 471 2, 87 | effect. In the ~last two ways, a sin is a punishment not 472 2, 87 | regard to the other two ways, it is evident that the ~ 473 2, 87 | thing may be infinite in two ways, in duration, and in ~quantity. 474 2, 87 | inflicts on him; and in both ways ~punishment avails for satisfaction. 475 2, 87 | can be considered in ~two ways - simply, and as being satisfactory. 476 2, 87 | they fail to mend their ways. The text adds, "to the 477 2, 88 | disposes to something in two ways. First, directly, and thus 478 2, 88 | order, albeit in ~different ways, as stated (AA[1],2).~Aquin.: 479 2, 88 | be ~understood in three ways. First, so that the same 480 2, 90 | be in ~something in two ways. First, as in that which 481 2, 91 | in writing; and in both ways the eternal law is promulgated: 482 2, 91 | can be in a person in two ways: in one way, as in him that ~ 483 2, 91 | be distinguished in two ways. First, as ~those things 484 2, 92 | to both, but in different ways; for it causes the acquired ~ 485 2, 93 | thing may be known in two ways: first, in itself; ~secondly, 486 2, 93 | may be understood in two ways. First, as ~when a cognitive 487 2, 93 | speak of God's will in two ways. First, as to the ~will 488 2, 93 | answer that, There are two ways in which a thing is subject 489 2, 93 | the eternal law in both ways; because while each rational ~ 490 2, 93 | A[6] Body Para. 2/3~Both ways, however, are imperfect, 491 2, 93 | sin. But in the good both ways are ~found more perfect: 492 2, 93 | may be understood in two ways. ~First, so that a man is 493 2, 94 | be called a habit in two ways. First, ~properly and essentially: 494 2, 94 | be self-evident in two ~ways: first, in itself; secondly, 495 2, 94 | of virtuous acts in two ways: first, under ~the aspect 496 2, 94 | the greater the number of ways in which the principle ~ 497 2, 94 | may be understood in two ~ways. First, by way of addition. 498 2, 94 | to the natural law in two ways. ~First, because nature 499 2, 95 | the natural law ~in two ways: first, as a conclusion 500 2, 95 | may be necessary in two ways. It may be ~necessary simply,


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