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1 1, 1 | conclusion: that the earth, for instance, is ~round: the astronomer 2 1, 3 | a certain parallel. For ~instance the act of the eye is to 3 1, 3 | of any of the parts; for instance, if the whole volume of ~ 4 1, 6 | else as the end. Thus, for instance, the first perfection of 5 1, 6 | the separate ideas; for instance, that Socrates is called 6 1, 7 | species of ~it; thus, for instance, it is against the nature 7 1, 7 | its mode of ~being; for instance, a day is reduced to act 8 1, 10 | necessary things; as, for instance, all principles of demonstration 9 1, 10 | part of the ~other; for instance two days or two hours cannot 10 1, 11 | form of the whole; as, for instance, every part of water ~is 11 1, 11 | belonging to the whole; as, for instance, no part of a house ~is 12 1, 11 | be predicated of God; for instance, that He is incorporeal 13 1, 12 | not ~comprehended; as, for instance, if anyone knows by scientific ~ 14 1, 12 | know infinitely; thus, for instance, a person can have a ~probable 15 1, 12 | reason cannot reach, ~as, for instance, that God is Three and One.~ 16 1, 13 | whereby a thing is; as, for instance, whiteness signifies that ~ 17 1, 13 | intended to signify, as ~for instance, this name "stone" [lapis] 18 1, 13 | belongs to creatures; for ~instance, wisdom in creatures is 19 1, 13 | other ~perfections; as, for instance, by the term "wise" applied 20 1, 13 | the ~whole species, as for instance the sun is the cause of 21 1, 13 | to that first. Thus, for ~instance, "healthy" applied to animals 22 1, 13 | not also essentially, for instance as "healthy" ~is applied 23 1, 13 | relative from relation; for instance ~lord from lordship, as 24 1, 13 | both ~extremes, as when for instance a habitude exists between 25 1, 13 | related to them. ~Likewise for instance, "on the right" is not applied 26 1, 13 | no change in Him, as for instance when we say, "Lord, Thou 27 1, 13 | stone from its act, as for ~instance that it hurts the foot [ 28 1, 13 | signification of the name. For instance ~this name "lion" is properly 29 1, 13 | nature of a lion, as for instance by courage, or ~strength, 30 1, 13 | way of ~similitude; as for instance a person can be called " 31 1, 13 | incommunicable; as, for instance, perhaps ~the Tetragrammaton 32 1, 13 | in other senses; as, for instance, "being" which is ~applied 33 1, 13 | signify different things; for instance, if one meant to signify 34 1, 14 | it ~is knowable; as, for instance, a demonstrable proposition 35 1, 14 | forward some examples, as, for instance, that if the centre knew 36 1, 14 | some one thing; if, for instance, we understand the parts 37 1, 14 | measure of them; as, for instance, ~a house is midway between 38 1, 14 | infinite number of things, for instance, an ~infinitude of men, 39 1, 14 | of certain knowledge, for instance to the sense of sight, as 40 1, 14 | distinction does not hold, for instance, if I said, "A black crow 41 1, 14 | manner of knowing - as, for ~instance, if a builder consider a 42 1, 16 | wherein good is not, as, for instance, in mathematics. ~Therefore 43 1, 17 | of the ~agent. Hence, for instance, it happens that on account 44 1, 17 | being as of not-being, for instance ~not-seeing or not-sitting. 45 1, 19 | and principal object, for instance the sight to ~color, since 46 1, 20 | that regard evil; thus, for instance, ~joy is prior to sorrow, 47 1, 21 | ultimate end. We may say, for ~instance, that to possess hands is 48 1, 22 | regard to oneself - as for instance, a ~man is said to be prudent, 49 1, 22 | particular cause; as, for instance, wood may be prevented from 50 1, 22 | be ~foreseen. Thus, for instance, the meeting of two servants, 51 1, 23 | of that other thing. For instance, a ~builder thinks out the 52 1, 24 | inscribed in a book; ~as, for instance, soldiers, or counsellors, 53 1, 25 | greater its ~power to act. For instance, the hotter a thing is, 54 1, 25 | with the subject, as, for instance, ~that a man is a donkey.~ 55 1, 25 | active power is founded; for instance, the power of giving ~warmth 56 1, 25 | is impossible - as, for instance, if ~we were to say that 57 1, 25 | past thing itself, as, for instance, the ~running of Socrates; 58 1, 25 | actually ~takes place - as, for instance, from the seed of man, a 59 1, 25 | essence of it - thus, for instance, to be rational pertains 60 1, 27 | exterior effect, as, for ~instance, like heat from the agent 61 1, 28 | logical relation only; as, for instance, when reason compares man 62 1, 28 | real and logical; as, for ~instance, a tunic and a garment; 63 1, 29 | thing of nature"; as, for instance, this particular man is 64 1, 30 | undivided reality: thus, for instance, "one" ~applied to man signifies 65 1, 31 | given "suppositum"; as, for ~instance, "white" to man, as when 66 1, 31 | the ~predicate, as, for instance, "The Trinity is God Who 67 1, 31 | contained in that term: for ~instance, from the premiss, "Man 68 1, 32 | predicated of the notions: for instance, we do ~not say that paternity 69 1, 32 | something against faith; as for instance if ~anyone said that Samuel 70 1, 33 | reason only of a trace, for ~instance of irrational creatures, 71 1, 33 | notified by negations; as, for instance, a point is defined as what 72 1, 33 | nature to have it; ~as, for instance, if a stone be called a 73 1, 33 | members of its genus; as for instance when a mole is called blind. 74 1, 36 | by their matter; as for instance ~one smith produces many 75 1, 36 | cause when we say, for instance, that the artisan works 76 1, 36 | the thing ~done; as, for instance, when we say, the artisan 77 1, 36 | whereby it acts; as, for instance, ~fire heats through heat. 78 1, 37 | effect; so we can say, for instance, that a tree flowers by 79 1, 39 | regards the meaning; for instance, "I and the Father ~are 80 1, 39 | determination of the ~form, as, for instance, when we say, "Peter is 81 1, 39 | the force of two, as, for ~instance, "he is a man of blood" - 82 1, 39 | designate the essence; as, for instance, the Father is a person 83 1, 39 | this ~proposition, for instance, "God begotten does not 84 1, 39 | to the ~persons; as, for instance, if we were to say, "the 85 1, 39 | this word, "God," as, for instance, we can say "God is ~begotten" 86 1, 39 | explain them: thus, for instance, abstract ~names should 87 1, 39 | so that we can say for instance, "God is three ~persons"; 88 1, 39 | proceeds from power; for instance, we say that ~the strong 89 1, 39 | taken personally; as, for instance, were we to say, "The Son 90 1, 40 | the intellect; ~as, for instance, if we abstract the form 91 1, 40 | persons remains; as, for instance, if the fact of the Father' 92 1, 41 | natural necessity - as, for instance, death, ~old age, and like 93 1, 42 | a certain time; as, for instance, a man is not able to generate ~ 94 1, 42 | nature. In creatures, ~for instance, we see that the more perfect 95 1, 44 | regards certain accidents, for instance, in relation to ~rarefaction 96 1, 44 | accidental changes, as for instance, affinity, ~discord, intellect, 97 1, 44 | determinate mode of being; for instance, man ~by whiteness. Each 98 1, 44 | self-existing species, as for ~instance, a "per se" man, and a " 99 1, 45 | first ~principles; as, for instance, that God could make the 100 1, 46 | for a certain effect; for instance, that a stone be ~moved 101 1, 46 | regards efficient ~causes; for instance, if all the causes thus 102 1, 47 | the agent. Democritus, for instance, and all the ancient natural ~ 103 1, 47 | case of an animal, for instance, its goodness would be taken 104 1, 48 | belonging to something else; for instance, a man would be evil ~who 105 1, 48 | sense, is an evil; as, for ~instance, the privation of sight 106 1, 48 | ever same proportion ~(for instance, half of half, or a third 107 1, 49 | of ~another form; as, for instance, when on the form of fire 108 1, 49 | effect of the fire - as, for instance, ~that it fails to heat - 109 1, 49 | another by accident: for ~instance, the exterior surrounding 110 1, 49 | thing was evil; as, for instance, if one should ~say that 111 1, 50 | of diverse degrees; for instance, if we say that fire ~is 112 1, 51 | that nature; thus, for instance, to have wings, because 113 1, 53 | some (disposition), for ~instance, in whiteness, is to be 114 1, 60 | safeguard the whole; as, for ~instance, the hand is without deliberation 115 1, 63 | will of his superior; for instance, the soldier's will, according 116 1, 65 | respects, such as place, for instance, the heavenly bodies; or ~ 117 1, 66 | opinion. Augustine for ~instance (Gen. ad lit. i, 15), believes 118 1, 67 | enduring; as when, for instance, water is converted into 119 1, 70 | question. Anaxagoras, ~for instance, as Augustine mentions ( 120 1, 72 | The life ~of plants, for instance, is very imperfect and difficult 121 1, 74 | superfluous. Light, for instance, stands to the luminaries 122 1, 74 | important part, the day. And ~instance of this is found in the 123 1, 75 | gives ~what it has not; for instance, what is not hot does not 124 1, 75 | particular man, Socrates, ~for instance, is not a soul, but composed 125 1, 75 | its nature absolutely: for instance, ~it knows a stone absolutely 126 1, 76 | is to be ~attributed: for instance, that whereby a body is 127 1, 76 | virtue of its whole self, for instance, as ~a physician heals; 128 1, 76 | intellects ~and one sense - for instance, if two men had one eye - 129 1, 76 | absolutely one; as, for instance, "a ~white man." If, therefore, 130 1, 76 | some actual ~being - for instance, fire or air, or something 131 1, 76 | of the mixed body; for instance, the form of a stone, or 132 1, 76 | subtle body, to fire, for instance, and ~not to a mixed body, 133 1, 76 | provided with a ~covering, for instance, with hair instead of clothes, 134 1, 76 | disposition. ~The artisan, for instance, for the form of the saw 135 1, 76 | parts of an animal, for instance, the eye, hand, flesh, ~ 136 1, 77 | substantial form of the agent (for instance, heat compared to the form 137 1, 77 | to a passive quality, for instance, to something ~colored, 138 1, 37 | effect; so we can say, for instance, that a tree flowers by 139 1, 39 | regards the meaning; for instance, "I and the Father ~are 140 1, 39 | determination of the ~form, as, for instance, when we say, "Peter is 141 1, 39 | the force of two, as, for ~instance, "he is a man of blood" - 142 1, 39 | designate the essence; as, for instance, the Father is a person 143 1, 39 | this ~proposition, for instance, "God begotten does not 144 1, 39 | to the ~persons; as, for instance, if we were to say, "the 145 1, 39 | this word, "God," as, for instance, we can say "God is ~begotten" 146 1, 39 | explain them: thus, for instance, abstract ~names should 147 1, 39 | so that we can say for instance, "God is three ~persons"; 148 1, 39 | proceeds from power; for instance, we say that ~the strong 149 1, 39 | taken personally; as, for instance, were we to say, "The Son 150 1, 40 | the intellect; ~as, for instance, if we abstract the form 151 1, 40 | persons remains; as, for instance, if the fact of the Father' 152 1, 41 | natural necessity - as, for instance, death, ~old age, and like 153 1, 42 | a certain time; as, for instance, a man is not able to generate ~ 154 1, 42 | nature. In creatures, ~for instance, we see that the more perfect 155 1, 45 | regards certain accidents, for instance, in relation to ~rarefaction 156 1, 45 | accidental changes, as for instance, affinity, ~discord, intellect, 157 1, 45 | determinate mode of being; for instance, man ~by whiteness. Each 158 1, 45 | self-existing species, as for ~instance, a "per se" man, and a " 159 1, 46 | first ~principles; as, for instance, that God could make the 160 1, 47 | for a certain effect; for instance, that a stone be ~moved 161 1, 47 | regards efficient ~causes; for instance, if all the causes thus 162 1, 48 | the agent. Democritus, for instance, and all the ancient natural ~ 163 1, 48 | case of an animal, for instance, its goodness would be taken 164 1, 49 | belonging to something else; for instance, a man would be evil ~who 165 1, 49 | sense, is an evil; as, for ~instance, the privation of sight 166 1, 49 | ever same proportion ~(for instance, half of half, or a third 167 1, 50 | of ~another form; as, for instance, when on the form of fire 168 1, 50 | effect of the fire - as, for instance, ~that it fails to heat - 169 1, 50 | another by accident: for ~instance, the exterior surrounding 170 1, 50 | thing was evil; as, for instance, if one should ~say that 171 1, 51 | of diverse degrees; for instance, if we say that fire ~is 172 1, 52 | that nature; thus, for instance, to have wings, because 173 1, 54 | some (disposition), for ~instance, in whiteness, is to be 174 1, 61 | safeguard the whole; as, for ~instance, the hand is without deliberation 175 1, 64 | will of his superior; for instance, the soldier's will, according 176 1, 66 | respects, such as place, for instance, the heavenly bodies; or ~ 177 1, 67 | opinion. Augustine for ~instance (Gen. ad lit. i, 15), believes 178 1, 68 | enduring; as when, for instance, water is converted into 179 1, 71 | question. Anaxagoras, ~for instance, as Augustine mentions ( 180 1, 71 | The life ~of plants, for instance, is very imperfect and difficult 181 1, 73 | superfluous. Light, for instance, stands to the luminaries 182 1, 73 | important part, the day. And ~instance of this is found in the 183 1, 74 | gives ~what it has not; for instance, what is not hot does not 184 1, 74 | particular man, Socrates, ~for instance, is not a soul, but composed 185 1, 74 | its nature absolutely: for instance, ~it knows a stone absolutely 186 1, 75 | is to be ~attributed: for instance, that whereby a body is 187 1, 75 | virtue of its whole self, for instance, as ~a physician heals; 188 1, 75 | intellects ~and one sense - for instance, if two men had one eye - 189 1, 75 | absolutely one; as, for instance, "a ~white man." If, therefore, 190 1, 75 | some actual ~being - for instance, fire or air, or something 191 1, 75 | of the mixed body; for instance, the form of a stone, or 192 1, 75 | subtle body, to fire, for instance, and ~not to a mixed body, 193 1, 75 | provided with a ~covering, for instance, with hair instead of clothes, 194 1, 75 | disposition. ~The artisan, for instance, for the form of the saw 195 1, 75 | parts of an animal, for instance, the eye, hand, flesh, ~ 196 1, 76 | substantial form of the agent (for instance, heat compared to the form 197 1, 76 | to a passive quality, for instance, to something ~colored, 198 1, 77 | some ~such intention, for instance, that something is harmful 199 1, 77 | under the same sense; for ~instance, by discerning white from 200 1, 78 | object to a power, as, for instance, of the visible ~in act 201 1, 80 | taken from its act; for instance, sight from seeing. ~Now 202 1, 80 | and terminate in them; for instance, anger rises from sadness, ~ 203 1, 80 | the estimative power; for instance, a sheep, esteeming ~the 204 1, 80 | irascible appetites: for instance, ~the sheep, fearing the 205 1, 81 | or so well ~attained: for instance, food is said to be necessary 206 1, 81 | the intellect. Thus, for instance, I might say that hearing ~ 207 1, 81 | First, as an end; ~for instance, when we say that the end 208 1, 81 | that common notion. For instance, ~because sight regards 209 1, 82 | have natural habits - for instance, ~to assent to first principles: 210 1, 83 | sensible than in another: ~for instance, whiteness may be of great 211 1, 83 | themselves immovable; for ~instance, though Socrates be not 212 1, 83 | individual result, ~for instance, of bone, flesh, and the 213 1, 83 | devoid of knowledge; why, for instance, if by fire the ~soul knows 214 1, 83 | is to that ~action: for instance, if upward motion is from 215 1, 83 | knows naturally; that, ~for instance, the whole is larger than 216 1, 83 | sense is ~wanting also: for instance, a man who is born blind 217 1, 83 | is such essentially; for instance, that which is on fire ~ 218 1, 83 | themselves without matter; for instance, the ~form of a man which 219 1, 83 | the corporeal organ, for instance ~in a case of frenzy; or 220 1, 83 | from corporeal matter: for ~instance, it belongs to the nature 221 1, 84 | judgment will be true: for instance, if ~taste perceived only 222 1, 84 | remains ~in the agent; for instance, to see and to understand; 223 1, 84 | an external object; for instance, to heat and to cut; and ~ 224 1, 84 | the nature itself - for ~instance, animality or humanity as 225 1, 84 | intention of nature: for instance, ~act considered absolutely 226 1, 84 | the same subject, as, for instance, ~color and smell are in 227 1, 84 | the definition, when, for instance, the definition ~of a thing 228 1, 84 | things incompatible; as, for instance, to ~describe anything as " 229 1, 86 | of the same order, for ~instance, of the same kind of cause; 230 1, 87 | intelligible objects, as, for instance, we ~understand conclusions 231 1, 89 | their ~composition. For instance, a man and a horse differ 232 1, 89 | it ~called a being; for instance, whiteness is called a being, 233 1, 90 | contraries - thus, for ~instance, the pupil of the eye is 234 1, 90 | angels' power, as, for instance, raising the dead, or giving 235 1, 90 | artist cares not: thus, for instance, when man makes himself 236 1, 92 | something else; ~wherefore, for instance, an egg, however much like 237 1, 92 | the image of another. For instance, a ~worm, though from man 238 1, 92 | indirectly and mediately; as, for instance, when anyone ~sees a man 239 1, 93 | clearly is God seen in it; for instance, a man is ~seen more clearly 240 1, 93 | individual facts, as for instance the ~number of pebbles in 241 1, 94 | but not as to the act; for instance, penance, which is sorrow 242 1, 95 | not be done by man; for instance, the rapid ~gathering together 243 1, 102 | their ~being governed; for instance, if we enter a well-ordered 244 1, 104 | everything wrought; for instance, that it is not ~fire that 245 1, 104 | is the thing wrought, for instance a chest or a bed; and ~applies 246 1, 104 | Him, ~when He chooses, for instance by producing the effects 247 1, 104 | substance of the deed, for instance, if two bodies occupy the 248 1, 105 | more perfect body - for instance, the less hot is made ~hotter 249 1, 105 | out the object, as, for instance, one who proves something 250 1, 105 | perfect knowledge." For instance, we might say ~that corporeal 251 1, 106 | something else, as, for instance, either to the performing 252 1, 106 | but is only a speech; for ~instance, when one says to another: " 253 1, 107 | if several angels (for instance, three or four), are ~of 254 1, 107 | adequate thereto; as, for instance, ~when we wish properly 255 1, 109 | result from the forms; for instance, the ebb and flow of the 256 1, 109 | call it a miracle, as, for instance, when anyone is cured of 257 1, 111 | are ~in attendance - for instance, those who are placed at 258 1, 112 | genera" of things, for ~instance, the "Powers" to coerce 259 1, 112 | consistent with childhood; for instance to ward off the demons, ~ 260 1, 112 | in some particular, ~for instance by not preventing him from 261 1, 113 | knowledge; a good end, when, for instance, one desires to ~know of 262 1, 113 | cause of that effect: for instance, we might say that he who ~ 263 1, 113 | operation of the demons; for instance, that the human body be 264 1, 114 | by ~universal causes, for instance in this plant, and in that 265 1, 114 | would in no way suffice: for instance, that a man in a ~state 266 1, 114 | follows of necessity. For instance, that some terrestrial body 267 1, 115 | is directly intended. For instance, if two servants are sent 268 1, 115 | so can it effect ~it; for instance, someone who knows a place 269 1, 116 | nothing therefrom: for ~instance, if one were to speak Greek 270 1, 116 | acquisition ~of science: for instance, he may put before him certain 271 1, 117 | from these elements - for instance by putrefaction. But in 272 1, 117 | scope its action has: for ~instance, the hotter a body, the 273 1, 118 | species in matter" - for instance, wood or ~stone - "so in 274 2, 1 | of what he is doing; for instance when one moves one's ~foot 275 2, 1 | elicited by the will, for ~instance the very act of willing. 276 2, 1 | directed or led by another, for instance, when he acts at ~another' 277 2, 2 | are necessary to him; for instance, wisdom, bodily health, 278 2, 2 | surpassed by many animals; for instance, by the ~elephant in longevity, 279 2, 3 | is often interrupted; for instance, by sleep, or some other ~ 280 2, 3 | genus of its terminus, for ~instance, "alteration" to the genus " 281 2, 3 | Metaphysics (i, 2). For instance, if a ~man, knowing the 282 2, 4 | already gained; as a ship, for instance, after ~arrival in port. 283 2, 4 | promised the saints; for instance, food ~and drink, wealth 284 2, 5 | either by forgetfulness, for instance, when ~knowledge is lost 285 2, 5 | action on something else: for instance a hot ~thing heats through 286 2, 6 | as this other acts; for ~instance, heating from heat. Secondly, 287 2, 6 | with an interior act; for instance, when one wills not ~to 288 2, 6 | proceed from the will: for instance, when a man with a ~heavy 289 2, 6 | in regard to action, for instance, when ~one wishes to be 290 2, 6 | whatever be ~added to them; for instance, a cold thing, or a white 291 2, 6 | but without sadness: for instance, a man may kill a foe, whom 292 2, 6 | that ~circumstance; for instance, a man, after taking proper 293 2, 7 | means of the other; for instance, a body receives color ~ 294 2, 7 | special circumstance; for instance, that a man ~walk fast or 295 2, 8 | power regards opposites; for instance, sight regards white and 296 2, 8 | are on an equality; for instance, sound and color are different ~ 297 2, 8 | referred to the same power; for instance, the power of ~sight perceives 298 2, 9 | not to will something; for instance, ~when the body is chilled, 299 2, 10 | be natural to them, for instance, that ~the dead should rise 300 2, 12 | which may be intended. ~For instance, the acquiring of wine and 301 2, 13 | conditionally; as, for ~instance, "If he runs, he is in motion."~ 302 2, 14 | through the senses - for instance, that this is ~bread or 303 2, 14 | through practical science; for instance, that adultery is ~forbidden 304 2, 15 | some passion; desire, for instance, or anger. But irrational ~ 305 2, 16 | their members to action; for instance, their ~feet, to walk; their 306 2, 18 | is said to be ~evil: for instance if it lacks the quantity 307 2, 18 | good in its genus"; for ~instance, "to make use of what is 308 2, 18 | its ~specific form (for instance, if instead of a man, something 309 2, 18 | is from ~the object, for instance, "to take what belongs to 310 2, 18 | disaccord with reason, for instance, to appropriate another' 311 2, 18 | some particular end; for instance, to give alms from ~vainglory. 312 2, 18 | contained under its genus; for instance, when a man commits a ~theft 313 2, 18 | infinite number of ends: for instance, theft can be ordained to 314 2, 18 | according to its species; for instance, to give alms to a person 315 2, 18 | according to its species; for instance, to ~steal, which is to 316 2, 18 | the ~order of reason; for instance, to pick up a straw from 317 2, 18 | disaccord with reason: for instance, reason forbids damage to 318 2, 18 | malice or goodness; for instance, if what is ~taken belongs 319 2, 19 | the act of the will: for instance, if a man will, ~when he 320 2, 19 | a higher authority: for ~instance, if a provincial governor 321 2, 19 | some species of malice. For instance, if a man's reason err in 322 2, 19 | indifferent in ~itself, for instance to raise a straw from the 323 2, 19 | apprehending it as such. ~For instance, to refrain from fornication 324 2, 19 | some species of evil; for instance, as being something contrary ~ 325 2, 19 | reason, from being evil. For instance, if erring reason tell a 326 2, 19 | referred to an evil end, for instance, to vainglory ~or covetousness, 327 2, 19 | of ~the thing willed: for instance, when a man wills to fast 328 2, 19 | preceding act of the will; for instance, a man may will to do ~something, 329 2, 19 | proportionate to that end; for instance, if a man ~were to give 330 2, 19 | are unable to remove: for instance, a man intends to go to ~ 331 2, 19 | materially speaking: for instance, ~when a man does not will 332 2, 19 | contrary ~to filial piety: for instance, when God wills the death 333 2, 20 | point of number; if, for instance, a man ~wishes to do something 334 2, 20 | of extension: when, for instance, a man wishes to do something 335 2, 20 | was good, to be evil. For instance, if a man ~give an alms 336 2, 20 | both good and bad: for ~instance, a man may go to church 337 2, 21 | proper to the ~art; for instance, if an artist produce a 338 2, 22 | diseases (Tusc. iv. 5)] for instance, ~disturbances; by some, 339 2, 22 | natural disposition; for instance, when they become hot or ~ 340 2, 22 | sensitive apprehension; for instance, if the ~eye be wearied 341 2, 22 | change of the ~organ; for instance, "anger is" said to be " 342 2, 23 | differ in species; for ~instance, to see, and to hear. But 343 2, 23 | concupiscible power; for instance, joy, ~sorrow, love, hatred, 344 2, 23 | good and evil; take, for instance, love and hatred, ~joy and 345 2, 27 | is gained; ~pleasure, for instance, or money, or such like.~ 346 2, 27 | without ~being known, for instance, the sciences; for since " 347 2, 27 | knowledge of them: for ~instance, they know that rhetoric 348 2, 27 | he loves ~in himself: for instance, if a good singer love a 349 2, 28 | first is ~real union; for instance, when the beloved is present 350 2, 29 | of another ~man: as, for instance, when a man wishes to remain 351 2, 29 | hostile to the ~animal - for instance, a wolf in regard to a sheep. 352 2, 30 | successively; so that, for instance, after getting food, a man ~ 353 2, 31 | in the very actions, for instance in sensitive ~and in intellectual 354 2, 31 | respect of his reason: ~for instance, it is natural to man to 355 2, 32 | principle is the motive: for instance when a man is moved by one ~ 356 2, 32 | a cause of sadness; for ~instance when it is excessive.~Aquin.: 357 2, 32 | pleasurable simply; for instance one man in ~respect of another, 358 2, 32 | wonderful is pleasing, for instance things that are scarce. 359 2, 33 | pleasure, but distaste: for instance, the ~memory of food in 360 2, 33 | they are not opposed, "for instance that the three angles of 361 2, 34 | agrees with its nature, for instance, when a heavy ~body rests 362 2, 34 | becoming" of knowledge, for instance, when one learns or wonders, 363 2, 35 | are also disparate; for ~instance, sorrow at the death of 364 2, 35 | fittingness and affinity: for instance to rejoice ~in good and 365 2, 36 | not always pleasant; for instance, when a man has eaten ~to 366 2, 37 | regard to its contrary; for instance, hot water is more ~accessible 367 2, 37 | proper to the sorrowful; for instance, to mourn. Now a thing is 368 2, 39 | of the virtuous good; for instance, when ~a man gives an alms 369 2, 39 | being ~contrary to good; for instance, sin. Wherefore sorrow for 370 2, 40 | concupiscible ~passions, for instance between love and hatred. 371 2, 41 | natural ~inclination: for instance, despair flies from good 372 2, 42 | all evils ~are feared, for instance that someone be unjust or 373 2, 42 | some evil is ~hidden; for instance if the foe hides himself 374 2, 43 | love; in so far as, for ~instance, through fear of God's punishments, 375 2, 43 | wishes to hurt another; for ~instance, by reason of injustice, 376 2, 45 | threatening causes of fear; ~for instance, by the fact that a man 377 2, 46 | angry ~with himself; for instance, a penitent, on account 378 2, 46 | or a whole community: for instance, when the state injures ~ 379 2, 47 | other causes of ~anger, for instance, "being forgotten by others; 380 2, 47 | when they are grieved, for instance, the sick, ~the poor, and 381 2, 47 | slighted in that matter; for instance, ~a wealthy man in his riches, 382 2, 48 | unwonted treatment; for instance, honorable men, if they 383 2, 49 | various predicaments; as, for instance, ~opposition, priority, 384 2, 49 | that which is had: as, for ~instance, there is no medium between 385 2, 49 | only a relation: as, ~for instance, a man is said to have a 386 2, 49 | action or passion: thus, ~for instance, something adorns or covers, 387 2, 51 | extrinsic principle. For instance, when a man is healed by 388 2, 51 | principles thereof, as, for instance, the principles ~of common 389 2, 51 | to the power itself. For instance, with ~regard to the angels, 390 2, 51 | principle ~of its act: for instance in fire there is only the 391 2, 51 | great power: sometimes, for instance, a strong dose of medicine 392 2, 52 | little" ~or "great": for instance great or little health or 393 2, 52 | be "more" or "less": for instance ~more or less white or healthy. 394 2, 52 | the subject: that, for instance, justice is not more or 395 2, 52 | susceptible of more and less, for instance, the arts; and that ~some 396 2, 52 | habit itself: thus, for instance, we speak of ~greater or 397 2, 52 | term of its subject; for instance, a term giving the subject 398 2, 52 | the passive subject: for instance, that ~which heats, causes 399 2, 52 | whence they ~proceed, for instance if they be done carelessly. 400 2, 53 | with bodily habits - for ~instance, health and sickness. But 401 2, 53 | Secondly, ~indirectly; for instance, that which removes an obstacle. 402 2, 54 | about one same ~object; for instance, intemperance and insensibility 403 2, 54 | several good habits; for ~instance, human virtue and heroic 404 2, 54 | science, ~to geometry, for instance, or to arithmetic. Therefore 405 2, 54 | are related to ~one, for instance, to some specific objective 406 2, 55 | determinate to their ~acts; for instance, the active natural powers. 407 2, 55 | object, or to its act: for ~instance, we give the name Faith, 408 2, 55 | said to ~be its virtue; for instance, if a man can carry a hundredweight 409 2, 55 | sometimes to ~evil; for instance, opinion is referred both 410 2, 55 | virtue objectively, for instance ~by having evil thoughts 411 2, 56 | aptness to a ~good act; for instance, by the habit of grammar 412 2, 56 | use of that aptness: ~for instance, justice not only gives 413 2, 56 | good, and to be good; for instance, because he is just, or 414 2, 56 | simply, but relatively; for instance, a good ~grammarian or a 415 2, 56 | good use ~of his body: "For instance, if my coachman, through 416 2, 56 | disposed to the act: for instance, the act of a craftsman ~ 417 2, 57 | perfect than another; for instance, the rational soul is more 418 2, 60 | influx of the agent: for instance, we see that owing to the 419 2, 60 | difference of virtues - for instance the difference between that ~ 420 2, 61 | the virtues: ~so that, for instance, any virtue that causes 421 2, 61 | often admonishes us - for instance: "Be ye . . . perfect, as ~ 422 2, 61 | relate to human affairs; for instance, justice, about buying and ~ 423 2, 63 | from within, by those, for instance, who upheld ~the theory 424 2, 63 | from without, those, for ~instance, who thought that corporeal 425 2, 63 | according to Divine rule. For instance, in the consumption ~of 426 2, 64 | tend ~to a maximum: for instance, magnanimity to very great 427 2, 64 | vice by deficiency: for ~instance, in those who break their 428 2, 64 | virtue is the real mean, for instance, in ~justice. On the other 429 2, 65 | moral virtue, temperance for instance, or ~fortitude, is nothing 430 2, 65 | properties ~of the virtues: for instance, by saying that discretion 431 2, 65 | in regard to another, for instance, by ~behaving well in matters 432 2, 65 | character of virtue. For instance, if a man do what ~is just, 433 2, 67 | man after this life; for ~instance, the knowledge of what one 434 2, 68 | there are some, fear, for ~instance, that are not reckoned virtues.~ 435 2, 71 | whole body is infected," for instance, with fever or the like; ~ 436 2, 71 | body without sickness, for ~instance, when a man has a hidden 437 2, 72 | sins in such matters, for instance, by ~heresy, sacrilege, 438 2, 72 | diversifies their species; for instance, when sin is ~divided into " 439 2, 72 | mortal and venial sins; for instance, in the species "adultery" ~ 440 2, 72 | different ~objects: for instance one may be illiberal [*Cf. 441 2, 72 | from different motives: for instance that a man eat hastily, 442 2, 73 | single ~circumstance; for instance, by doing something when 443 2, 73 | foreseen, but not intended; for instance, when a man takes a short 444 2, 73 | species of that ~sin: for instance, if a man is a notorious 445 2, 73 | gravity of the sin: for instance, if a man in ~running to 446 2, 73 | dominion of his will, for instance his ~possessions, is less 447 2, 73 | the person sinning: for ~instance, if a prince were to violate 448 2, 74 | presentient to them, for instance by turning his ~thoughts 449 2, 74 | unlawful ~passions; for instance, when a man deliberately 450 2, 74 | movement of a passion; for instance, when a man, having ~deliberately 451 2, 74 | action itself as a ~good: for instance, when a man thinks and delights 452 2, 74 | purpose in thinking of it; for instance, he may wish to preach or 453 2, 74 | on the ~matter; as, for instance, when a man suddenly apprehends 454 2, 75 | natural sometimes, as, for instance, when anyone sins through ~ 455 2, 75 | an internal cause; for ~instance, the birth of a monster 456 2, 76 | is the cause of sin: for ~instance, when a man knows that what 457 2, 76 | that the act is sinful; for instance, if a man strike someone, ~ 458 2, 77 | mere lack of attention: for instance, a ~man who knows geometry, 459 2, 77 | healthy member, the eye, for instance, when it cannot see clearly, 460 2, 77 | voluntary but natural, for ~instance, if anyone through sickness 461 2, 78 | removal of some obstacle: ~for instance, if a man be prevented from 462 2, 81 | many of his books [*For instance, Retract. i, 9; De Pecc. 463 2, 81 | the body, of the hand for ~instance, is voluntary not by the 464 2, 82 | equal cause in all; for instance if a fever be caused by ~ 465 2, 84 | through ~any of these: as, for instance, when one sins through ignorance, 466 2, 85 | entirely destroyed, for instance if from any finite ~length 467 2, 85 | on indefinitely, as, for instance, if a quantity be ~halved, 468 2, 85 | principle of nature, for instance in some heavenly body; or ~ 469 2, 86 | disposition or habit; ~for instance, in a man who after committing 470 2, 87 | virtue of that principle. For instance, if the ~principle of sight 471 2, 87 | to the last end: as, for instance, when a man is too fond 472 2, 87 | punishments, fevers, for instance, diabolical possession, ~ 473 2, 88 | generically venial, for instance, if a man be angry with 474 2, 88 | perhaps accidentally; for instance, if it were to give rise 475 2, 88 | creature less than ~God; for instance, if anyone being ignorant 476 2, 90 | act of reason ~ceases, for instance, while we are asleep. Therefore 477 2, 90 | measure of that genus: for instance, unity in the genus of numbers, 478 2, 90 | and ~the work done, for instance the work of building and 479 2, 93 | to Divine providence: for instance, the ~stability of incorporeal 480 2, 93 | to ~human government; for instance, that he should have a soul, 481 2, 94 | is not self-evident. For ~instance, this proposition, "Man 482 2, 94 | to the natural law; for instance, to shun ~ignorance, to 483 2, 94 | goods held in trust; for instance, if they are claimed for 484 2, 95 | in his necessities, for instance, in food and ~clothing. 485 2, 95 | in ~the same passage: for instance, "concerning something that 486 2, 96 | should not be ~observed. For instance, suppose that in a besieged 487 2, 97 | grants a ~dispensation: for instance, that a loan should not 488 2, 100 | are self-evident; as, for ~instance, that one should do evil 489 2, 100 | men in this precept: ~for instance, when according to the prescription 490 2, 100 | therefore are indispensable. For instance, if in ~some community a 491 2, 100 | intention of the ~lawgiver. For instance if, for the safeguarding 492 2, 100 | individual actions - for instance, that ~this or that be murder, 493 2, 100 | the other virtues, for instance, fortitude, sobriety, and 494 2, 101 | the ~"observances," for instance, in matters of food, clothing, 495 2, 102 | of ~the thing done: for instance that a garment should not 496 2, 102 | reasonable ~causes: as for instance, "Thou shalt not kill, Thou 497 2, 102 | one way or in another: for instance, the number ~of animals 498 2, 102 | said ~to be polluted, for instance, by idolatry, murder, adultery, 499 2, 102 | some are most harmful, for ~instance, those that are poisonous. 500 2, 102 | forbidden to the ~Jews: for instance (Lev. 19:19): "Thou shalt


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