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1 1, 1 | doctrine may be expounded in ~different senses?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 2 1, 1 | are the ~subject-matter of different philosophical sciences can 3 1, 1 | things which ~belong to different philosophical sciences because 4 1, 1 | and ~anagogical. For many different senses in one text produce 5 1, 1 | these four seem altogether different from the four ~divisions 6 1, 1 | Writ according to the four ~different senses mentioned above.~ 7 1, 2 | same respect, but only in different respects. For what is actually ~ 8 1, 2 | less" are predicated of different things, according as ~they 9 1, 2 | they resemble in their different ways something which is 10 1, 3 | for ~things in themselves different cannot unite unless something 11 1, 3 | to say that they are, not different, but diverse. Hence, ~according 12 1, 3 | distinct, but things which are different differ by something." ~Therefore, 13 1, 4 | comparison between things in a different "genus." Therefore neither 14 1, 4 | as though belonging to a ~different "genus," but as transcending 15 1, 6 | other if indeed they are in different genera. Now we say that 16 1, 8 | movement cannot exist in different times; therefore neither 17 1, 8 | according to its parts ~in different places, it would not be 18 1, 10 | Reply OBJ 4: Words denoting different times are applied to God, 19 1, 10 | of eternity, and is not a different thing ~from eternity.~Aquin.: 20 1, 10 | time is ~not substantially different from time. Therefore eternity 21 1, 10 | eternity is not ~substantially different from time.~Aquin.: SMT FP 22 1, 10 | be, is to be taken ~in a different sense according to the acceptation 23 1, 10 | existence by comparison with different parts of ~time. But when 24 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, different genera have different measures. 25 1, 10 | Further, different genera have different measures. But some ~aeviternal 26 1, 10 | same for all; but it is different for ~different things. Hence, 27 1, 10 | but it is different for ~different things. Hence, others assert 28 1, 12 | will have an ~altogether different power (viz. the glorified 29 1, 12 | participation of the ~object seen by different similitudes; but it will 30 1, 12 | as one body cannot bear different ~shapes simultaneously. 31 1, 13 | Therefore we must hold a different doctrine - viz. that these 32 1, 13 | the name is ~derived is different sometimes from what it is 33 1, 13 | applied to God do not signify different ideas; and thus ~they are 34 1, 13 | would follow ~that there are different ideas as regards the diverse 35 1, 13 | multiplied. As therefore, to the different perfections of creatures, ~ 36 1, 13 | principle represented by different ~perfections of creatures 37 1, 13 | signify that under many and ~different aspects, they are not synonymous.~ 38 1, 13 | for words which signify different ~aspects of one things, 39 1, 13 | but not in God. Now a ~different genus changes an essence, 40 1, 13 | equivocal terms absolutely different; whereas in analogical terms 41 1, 13 | manifest that ~the name has different meanings, but that one of 42 1, 13 | man" we meant to ~signify different things; for instance, if 43 1, 13 | reasons proceed from the different predication of the name, 44 1, 13 | predicated equivocally ~of different predicaments.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 13 | same thing in reality, ~and different things in idea. And this 46 1, 13 | the ~same in subject, and different in idea; for the idea of 47 1, 13 | as to ~"suppositum," but different as to idea. But in propositions 48 1, 13 | our intellect knows Him by different conceptions because it cannot ~ 49 1, 13 | it understands Him ~under different conceptions, it knows that 50 1, 13 | intellect in understanding is different from the mode of the ~thing 51 1, 14 | 13], A[4]). Now man has different kinds of ~knowledge, according 52 1, 14 | knowledge, according to the different objects of His knowledge. 53 1, 14 | the light only, but by the different disposition of the diaphanous ~ 54 1, 14 | lines is ~caused by their different position. Hence it is that 55 1, 14 | manner as the ~ratio of different things. But the divine essence 56 1, 14 | parts in the ~whole, or see different things in a mirror. Now 57 1, 14 | of a ~thing in itself is different from the existence of a 58 1, 15 | according to ~their relations to different creatures, it may be argued 59 1, 16 | seem to be true as seen by different persons at the same ~time.~ 60 1, 18 | active life is said to be different from the ~contemplative. 61 1, 19 | aspect, according to the different ways of understanding ~them 62 1, 19 | alone moves his will. It is different with one who takes ~a draught 63 1, 19 | about ~the same matter in different ways; thus we find many 64 1, 21 | liberality, and mercy; yet under different aspects. The communicating 65 1, 23 | diversity of their ~works different states were assigned to 66 1, 23 | universe ~there are required different grades of being; some of 67 1, 23 | this question, there were different errors. ~Some, regarding 68 1, 24 | and the book of life are different aspects ~of the same thing. 69 1, 26 | Therefore beatitude is something different ~from God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 70 1, 27 | 2: Likeness belongs in a different way to the word and to ~ 71 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The different sense of the less common 72 1, 31 | than the Father, He must be different from the Father; which ~ 73 1, 32 | relations are not ~specifically different if but one opposite relation 74 1, 32 | other, because they are different ideas of the ~persons; as 75 1, 32 | articles of faith. Therefore ~different opinions of the notions 76 1, 34 | but on account of the different mode of ~utterance proposed 77 1, 34 | property, is ~signified by different names, which are attributed 78 1, 34 | there are ~in ourselves different words for the different 79 1, 34 | different words for the different things which we ~understand. 80 1, 35 | see that the species ~of different animals are of different 81 1, 35 | different animals are of different figures; but not of different ~ 82 1, 35 | different figures; but not of different ~colors. Hence if the color 83 1, 35 | found in ~something of a different nature, as the king's image 84 1, 36 | the Father; but each in ~a different way; one by Birth, the other 85 1, 39 | not mean ~that essence is different from person, which we should 86 1, 39 | mode of signification is different. For the name "God" ~is 87 1, 39 | stands for the person in a different way ~from that in which 88 1, 39 | really divided among its ~different subjects, it stands of itself 89 1, 39 | nevertheless, on account of their different mode of signification, we ~ 90 1, 39 | signification, we ~must speak in a different way about each of them.~ 91 1, 39 | mode of signification being different. ~This objection would hold 92 1, 39 | three imply unity, but in different ways. For "unity" ~is said 93 1, 40 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Different opinions have been held 94 1, 41 | What, however, can exist in different ways is far from the divine ~ 95 1, 41 | follows ~that something different from the Father exists in 96 1, 41 | them ~nothing diverse or different exists." If the Father begets 97 1, 41 | inasmuch as ~we designate by different terms the intellect and 98 1, 43 | manifestation applies in different ways to the Son and to ~ 99 1, 43 | each one be signified by different things; ~although neither 100 1, 43 | I answer that, There are different opinions on this point. 101 1, 44 | can be shared diversely by different things. In ~this manner 102 1, 44 | such ~is the same, but in a different way respectively. For the 103 1, 45 | same something should be ~different now from what it was previously. 104 1, 45 | the same ~actual thing is different now from what it was before, 105 1, 45 | same thing can be taken as different now and before only ~according 106 1, 46 | another, on ~account of the different kinds of matter. But it 107 1, 47 | it may be accommodated to different forms.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 108 1, 47 | may be made perfect of ~different parts, the artificer seeks 109 1, 47 | parts, the artificer seeks different material; indeed, he would ~ 110 1, 48 | account of its relation to different things, it ~is not wholly, 111 1, 50 | difference" are not derived ~from different things, but from one and 112 1, 50 | and "what is" are not ~different as was explained above ( 113 1, 50 | multiplied according to the different things ~that receive it. 114 1, 52 | be in a place in quite a different sense. A body is said to 115 1, 53 | last "now" it must have a different form from what it had before. 116 1, 54 | of ~understanding is not different from his essence. For, " 117 1, 56 | 2]), the object is on a different footing in an immanent, ~ 118 1, 57 | past and future are not different, but he ~knows each indifferently.~ 119 1, 58 | species, are apprehended as ~different intelligible objects.~Aquin.: 120 1, 58 | because angels ~apprehend different things by various species, 121 1, 58 | evening knowledge were ~different from the morning, the angel 122 1, 58 | the evening knowledge be different from the morning, it is 123 1, 59 | appetite towards good, but in different ways. Some are inclined 124 1, 59 | Reason surpasses sense in a different way from that in ~which 125 1, 59 | intellect are not really different.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 126 1, 59 | will must ~necessarily be different powers in every creature. 127 1, 60 | to exist ~differently in different natures; but in each according 128 1, 60 | rectitude of natural love is different from the rectitude of charity 129 1, 60 | the same but under quite different aspects ~that an angel or 130 1, 62 | Consequently, it remains for different ~instants to be conceived, 131 1, 62 | angel is not ~a compound of different natures, so that the inclination 132 1, 62 | angels, who ~are themselves different specifically; and in quite 133 1, 62 | to be able to proceed to different ~conclusions, according 134 1, 64 | opposites, but not ~about different things. Hence there is nothing 135 1, 64 | because, not merely in different ~things, but even in one 136 1, 65 | themselves. Hence whenever in different things some one thing ~common 137 1, 65 | found, it must be that these different things receive ~that one 138 1, 65 | from some one cause, as different bodies that are hot ~receive 139 1, 65 | things, however otherwise different. There must, therefore, 140 1, 65 | inequality results from the different movements of free-will. 141 1, 65 | God, and ~became bound to different kinds of bodies according 142 1, 65 | stones of the same kind in different ~parts of a building, not 143 1, 65 | be obtained except by the different positions ~of the stones; 144 1, 65 | has knowledge of many and ~different things without detriment 145 1, 66 | formlessness of matter in a different sense from the others. In ~ 146 1, 66 | afterwards supervened the different forms that ~distinguish 147 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, different acts befit different potentialities, 148 1, 66 | Further, different acts befit different potentialities, and the ~ 149 1, 66 | have a natural movement, ~different from that of the elements, 150 1, 66 | follows that they have a ~different nature from them. For movement 151 1, 66 | genus, on account of their ~different modes of potentiality, as 152 1, 66 | differentiated by their different acts, as sight is by color, 153 1, 66 | the celestial bodies is ~different from that of the elemental, 154 1, 67 | and its rays. ~Moreover, different rays of light, as Dionysius 155 1, 67 | place of any one body is different from ~that of any other, 156 1, 67 | this is that the rays of ~different stars produce different 157 1, 67 | different stars produce different effects according to the 158 1, 67 | believe that the sun is different in its nature ~from the 159 1, 68 | necessary to set forth the different opinions of philosophers. 160 1, 68 | not bound to hold ~that a different heaven is spoken of in the 161 1, 68 | elements must be ~supposed different from that given by Aristotle, 162 1, 68 | movement, is the cause whereby ~different bodies are generated or 163 1, 69 | question ~according to the different interpretations given by 164 1, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The different grades of life which are 165 1, 72 | life which are found in different ~living creatures can be 166 1, 73 | individuals belonging to different ~species, as the mule is 167 1, 74 | to have been produced on different days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] 168 1, 74 | same parts of the world, or different parts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 169 1, 74 | Genesis, are certainly widely different. For Augustine ~understands 170 1, 74 | Hence it was fitting that different days should be assigned 171 1, 74 | should be assigned to the ~different states of the world, as 172 1, 75 | other animals, he is ~of a different "species." Specific difference 173 1, 75 | another, so in each is there a different reason of subjection and 174 1, 75 | contrary, Things which have different natural operations are of ~ 175 1, 75 | natural operations are of ~different species. But the natural 176 1, 75 | soul and of an angel ~are different; since, as Dionysius says ( 177 1, 76 | through ~various operations in different degrees of living things, 178 1, 76 | should ~belong to animals of different species. Therefore it is 179 1, 76 | in one intellect, from ~different phantasms of the same species, 180 1, 76 | man, in whom there may be different ~phantasms of a stone; yet 181 1, 76 | species. Now it happens that ~different things, according to different 182 1, 76 | different things, according to different forms, are likened to the 183 1, 76 | same color, according to different likenesses. In the ~same 184 1, 76 | other souls ~essentially different from one another?~Aquin.: 185 1, 76 | other souls essentially different from one another, such as 186 1, 76 | which souls he referred the different ~vital actions, saying that 187 1, 76 | operations were essentially different, and distributed in the 188 1, 76 | for several essentially different souls to ~be in one body. 189 1, 76 | can be made clear by three different reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 190 1, 76 | cannot say that these are of different ~species, but that they 191 1, 76 | parts, and as receptive of different forms according to the ~ 192 1, 76 | yet it is considered as different when brought under the ~ 193 1, 77 | actual existence in the different degrees of ~perfection, 194 1, 77 | object would not come under different powers. This is clearly 195 1, 77 | sight and hearing, which are different powers, yet they come under 196 1, 77 | being considered under different aspects; therefore they 197 1, 77 | flow from its ~essence. For different things do not proceed from 198 1, 77 | clear if one considers the different kinds of causes. Therefore 199 1, 39 | not mean ~that essence is different from person, which we should 200 1, 39 | mode of signification is different. For the name "God" ~is 201 1, 39 | stands for the person in a different way ~from that in which 202 1, 39 | really divided among its ~different subjects, it stands of itself 203 1, 39 | nevertheless, on account of their different mode of signification, we ~ 204 1, 39 | signification, we ~must speak in a different way about each of them.~ 205 1, 39 | mode of signification being different. ~This objection would hold 206 1, 39 | three imply unity, but in different ways. For "unity" ~is said 207 1, 40 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Different opinions have been held 208 1, 41 | What, however, can exist in different ways is far from the divine ~ 209 1, 41 | follows ~that something different from the Father exists in 210 1, 41 | them ~nothing diverse or different exists." If the Father begets 211 1, 41 | inasmuch as ~we designate by different terms the intellect and 212 1, 43 | manifestation applies in different ways to the Son and to ~ 213 1, 43 | each one be signified by different things; ~although neither 214 1, 43 | I answer that, There are different opinions on this point. 215 1, 45 | can be shared diversely by different things. In ~this manner 216 1, 45 | such ~is the same, but in a different way respectively. For the 217 1, 46 | same something should be ~different now from what it was previously. 218 1, 46 | the same ~actual thing is different now from what it was before, 219 1, 46 | same thing can be taken as different now and before only ~according 220 1, 47 | another, on ~account of the different kinds of matter. But it 221 1, 48 | it may be accommodated to different forms.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 222 1, 48 | may be made perfect of ~different parts, the artificer seeks 223 1, 48 | parts, the artificer seeks different material; indeed, he would ~ 224 1, 49 | account of its relation to different things, it ~is not wholly, 225 1, 51 | difference" are not derived ~from different things, but from one and 226 1, 51 | and "what is" are not ~different as was explained above ( 227 1, 51 | multiplied according to the different things ~that receive it. 228 1, 53 | be in a place in quite a different sense. A body ~is said to 229 1, 54 | last "now" it must have a different form from what it had before. 230 1, 55 | of ~understanding is not different from his essence. For, " 231 1, 57 | 2]), the object is on a different footing in an immanent, ~ 232 1, 58 | past and future are not different, but he ~knows each indifferently.~ 233 1, 59 | species, are apprehended as ~different intelligible objects. ~Aquin.: 234 1, 59 | because angels ~apprehend different things by various species, 235 1, 59 | evening knowledge were ~different from the morning, the angel 236 1, 59 | the evening knowledge be different from the morning, it is 237 1, 60 | appetite towards good, but in different ways. Some are inclined 238 1, 60 | Reason surpasses sense in a different way from that in ~which 239 1, 60 | intellect are not really different.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 240 1, 60 | will must ~necessarily be different powers in every creature. 241 1, 61 | to exist ~differently in different natures; but in each according 242 1, 61 | rectitude of natural love is different from the rectitude of charity 243 1, 61 | the same but under quite different aspects ~that an angel or 244 1, 63 | Consequently, it remains for different ~instants to be conceived, 245 1, 63 | angel is not ~a compound of different natures, so that the inclination 246 1, 63 | angels, who ~are themselves different specifically; and in quite 247 1, 63 | to be able to proceed to different ~conclusions, according 248 1, 65 | opposites, but not ~about different things. Hence there is nothing 249 1, 65 | because, not merely in different ~things, but even in one 250 1, 66 | themselves. Hence whenever in different things some one thing ~common 251 1, 66 | found, it must be that these different things receive ~that one 252 1, 66 | from some one cause, as different bodies that are hot ~receive 253 1, 66 | things, however otherwise different. There must, therefore, 254 1, 66 | inequality ~results from the different movements of free-will. 255 1, 66 | God, and ~became bound to different kinds of bodies according 256 1, 66 | stones of the same kind in different ~parts of a building, not 257 1, 66 | be obtained except by the different positions ~of the stones; 258 1, 66 | has knowledge of many and ~different things without detriment 259 1, 67 | formlessness of matter in a different sense from the others. In ~ 260 1, 67 | afterwards supervened the different forms that ~distinguish 261 1, 67 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, different acts befit different potentialities, 262 1, 67 | Further, different acts befit different potentialities, and the ~ 263 1, 67 | have a natural movement, ~different from that of the elements, 264 1, 67 | follows that they have a ~different nature from them. For movement 265 1, 67 | genus, on account of their ~different modes of potentiality, as 266 1, 67 | differentiated by their different acts, as sight is by color, 267 1, 67 | the celestial bodies is ~different from that of the elemental, 268 1, 68 | and its rays. ~Moreover, different rays of light, as Dionysius 269 1, 68 | place of any one body is different from ~that of any other, 270 1, 68 | this is that the rays of ~different stars produce different 271 1, 68 | different stars produce different effects according to the 272 1, 68 | believe that the sun is different in its nature ~from the 273 1, 69 | necessary to set forth the different opinions of philosophers. 274 1, 69 | not bound to hold ~that a different heaven is spoken of in the 275 1, 69 | elements must be ~supposed different from that given by Aristotle, 276 1, 69 | movement, is the cause whereby ~different bodies are generated or 277 1, 70 | question ~according to the different interpretations given by 278 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The different grades of life which are 279 1, 71 | life which are found in different ~living creatures can be 280 1, 72 | individuals belonging to different ~species, as the mule is 281 1, 73 | to have been produced on different days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] 282 1, 73 | same parts of the world, or different parts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 283 1, 73 | Genesis, are certainly widely different. For Augustine ~understands 284 1, 73 | Hence it was fitting that different days should be assigned 285 1, 73 | should be assigned to the ~different states of the world, as 286 1, 74 | other animals, he is ~of a different "species." Specific difference 287 1, 74 | another, so in each is there a different reason of subjection and 288 1, 74 | contrary, Things which have different natural operations are of ~ 289 1, 74 | natural operations are of ~different species. But the natural 290 1, 74 | soul and of an angel ~are different; since, as Dionysius says ( 291 1, 75 | through ~various operations in different degrees of living things, 292 1, 75 | should ~belong to animals of different species. Therefore it is 293 1, 75 | in one intellect, from ~different phantasms of the same species, 294 1, 75 | man, in whom there may be different ~phantasms of a stone; yet 295 1, 75 | species. Now it happens that ~different things, according to different 296 1, 75 | different things, according to different forms, are likened to the 297 1, 75 | same color, according to different likenesses. In the ~same 298 1, 75 | other souls ~essentially different from one another?~Aquin.: 299 1, 75 | other souls essentially different from one another, such as 300 1, 75 | which souls he referred the different ~vital actions, saying that 301 1, 75 | operations were essentially different, and distributed in the 302 1, 75 | for several essentially different souls to ~be in one body. 303 1, 75 | can be made clear by three different reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 304 1, 75 | cannot say that these are of different ~species, but that they 305 1, 75 | parts, and as receptive of different forms according to the ~ 306 1, 75 | yet it is considered as different when brought under the ~ 307 1, 76 | actual existence in the different degrees of ~perfection, 308 1, 76 | object would not come under different powers. This is clearly 309 1, 76 | sight and hearing, which are different powers, yet they come under 310 1, 76 | being considered under different aspects; therefore they 311 1, 76 | flow from its ~essence. For different things do not proceed from 312 1, 76 | clear if one considers the different kinds of causes. Therefore 313 1, 77 | from touch by reason of a different formality of ~immutation. 314 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, different genera of the soul's powers 315 1, 78 | and the intellectual are different genera of the soul's powers 316 1, 78 | intellectual powers are different genera ~of powers in the 317 1, 78 | the soul, by reason of the different formalities of their ~objects. 318 1, 78 | always, if they refer to ~different things. Now the intellect 319 1, 78 | are distinguished by the different formal aspects of their 320 1, 78 | are ~not to be referred to different powers, but to one and the 321 1, 78 | of knowledge is not of a ~different genus fro that which is 322 1, 78 | which are "generically ~different, generically different parts 323 1, 78 | different, generically different parts of the soul are ordained." 324 1, 78 | necessary are generically different, as corruptible and ~incorruptible. 325 1, 78 | attained thereby belong to ~different habits: as the first indemonstrable 326 1, 78 | but not because they are different powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 327 1, 78 | distinct according to a ~different aptitude for receiving various 328 1, 78 | passive intellects are ~different powers; just as in all things 329 1, 78 | apprehensive and motive are different kinds of ~powers, as is 330 1, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the different nature of the object differentiates 331 1, 78 | of acts, and not of the different species of one genus.~Aquin.: 332 1, 79 | by ~sense are generically different; consequently, the intellectual 333 1, 81 | sensitive power does not compare different things with ~each other, 334 1, 81 | multiplied according to the ~different kinds of color: but if there 335 1, 81 | are differentiated by the different ~notions of particular good: 336 1, 81 | sense, they do not belong to different powers, but only to ~one 337 1, 82 | the act of willing - are ~different acts: yet they belong to 338 1, 83 | intellect ~and sense are different. But he held that the sense 339 1, 84 | vaguely before we know its ~different parts. So likewise principles 340 1, 84 | intellect does not understand ~different things in succession, but 341 1, 84 | there is nothing to prevent different forms not opposed ~to each 342 1, 84 | being in act as regards different intelligible species, and ~ 343 1, 84 | intellect ~understands under different species, it does not understand 344 1, 84 | at ~the same time to have different colors or different shapes. 345 1, 84 | have different colors or different shapes. Now all ~intelligible 346 1, 84 | species represent belong to different genera. Therefore it is 347 1, 84 | perfected at the same time by ~different intelligible species so 348 1, 84 | as actually to understand different ~things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 349 1, 84 | all that is in man. ~But different forms cause different species. 350 1, 84 | But different forms cause different species. Therefore if one 351 1, 84 | clearly appears in things of different ~species: and the reason 352 1, 84 | which is due only to the different ~disposition of matter, 353 1, 84 | numerical ~difference: for different individuals have different 354 1, 84 | different individuals have different forms, diversified ~according 355 1, 86 | But if we take things of different orders the axiom is not 356 1, 86 | understanding. This occurs in different ways with different intellects. ~ 357 1, 86 | occurs in different ways with different intellects. ~For there is 358 1, 86 | and the intellect ~were in different subjects, as they are distinct 359 1, 88 | understood formerly, but in a different way; not ~by turning to 360 1, 88 | separated soul, but in a different way.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] 361 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The different mode of intelligence is 362 1, 88 | intelligence is produced by the ~different state of the intelligent 363 1, 88 | case of the holy souls is different, for since they ~see the 364 1, 89 | far as to understand the different degrees of spiritual ~substance, 365 1, 89 | others ~remain in their different orders entirely free from 366 1, 92 | substance is shared among different individuals in a greater ~ 367 1, 92 | a stone is specifically ~different from that of a horse, which 368 1, 92 | of ~them is specifically different. Hence we refer the Divine 369 1, 93 | it would have been of a different kind from ours, which ~we 370 1, 93 | Yet his knowledge was not different from ours; as the ~eyes 371 1, 93 | man born blind were not different from ~those given by nature.~ 372 1, 97 | s ~purpose appears to be different as regards corruptible and 373 1, 98 | state of innocence. And as different ~grades belong to the perfection 374 1, 102 | of necessity in variously different ways. Therefore ~the world 375 1, 104 | degrees, according to the ~different ways in which the power 376 1, 107 | way by a prince belong to different principalities: thus, under 377 1, 107 | under one king ~there are different cities, which are governed 378 1, 107 | cities, which are governed by different laws and ~administrators. 379 1, 107 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, different orders are different grades, 380 1, 107 | Further, different orders are different grades, and grades among ~ 381 1, 107 | spirits are constituted by different spiritual gifts. But among 382 1, 107 | Therefore there are not ~different orders of angels.~Aquin.: 383 1, 107 | if ~there were not in it different orders. So the nature of 384 1, 107 | one city where there are different orders ~according to the 385 1, 107 | orders ~according to the different actions; for there is one 386 1, 107 | comprehending in itself different grades; and in that way 387 1, 107 | angels, according to their different offices ~and actions.~Aquin.: 388 1, 107 | but by reason of other different acts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] 389 1, 107 | is able to distinguish different orders ~in the heavenly 390 1, 107 | belong ~to government in different ways. The place of a lord 391 1, 107 | various ranks of soldiers have different duties to perform in ~battle 392 1, 109 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the different orders of the angels are 393 1, 109 | angels are distinguished by ~different offices. But if corporeal 394 1, 109 | Philosophers have held different opinions about immaterial ~ 395 1, 109 | all sensible bodies, and different ones over different bodies. 396 1, 109 | and different ones over different bodies. But ~Aristotle held 397 1, 109 | with the Platonists that different spiritual ~substances were 398 1, 109 | Divine wisdom, Who places different rulers over ~different things. 399 1, 109 | places different rulers over ~different things. Nor does it follow 400 1, 112 | Hier. x), it seems that ~different men are not guarded by different 401 1, 112 | different men are not guarded by different angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 402 1, 112 | xxxiv in Evang.), the ~different orders are deputed to the 403 1, 112 | orders are deputed to the different "genera" of things, for ~ 404 1, 112 | it is probable that the different ~species are presided over 405 1, 112 | species are presided over by different angels of the same order. 406 1, 112 | reasonable to suppose that different angels are appointed to 407 1, 112 | to the ~guardianship of different men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 408 1, 112 | multiplied according to the different orders. ~For the more universal 409 1, 113 | men do, they do it for a different end and by a different right. 410 1, 113 | a different end and by a different right. The ~former do it 411 1, 117 | identical form to belong to different ~species. Secondly, because 412 1, 117 | angels, is proved from the ~different mode of understanding, as 413 1, 118 | which it is added, cannot be different natures, since they are ~ 414 1, 118 | the Philosopher is ~not of different kinds of flesh, but of the 415 1, 118 | same flesh considered from ~different points of view. For if we 416 2, 1 | would be several acts in different species of morality: since 417 2, 3 | of the higher nature is ~different from that of the lower, 418 2, 5 | necessity, if they be of different species: for not everything, 419 2, 6 | they are compared with ~different things. For what is big 420 2, 7 | excuse or ~indictment. In different ways, however: because where 421 2, 8 | We must now consider the different acts of the will; and in 422 2, 8 | there are corresponding ~different powers of the soul" (Ethic. 423 2, 8 | end and the means ~are in different genera of good: because 424 2, 8 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: There are different powers for objects that 425 2, 8 | instance, sound and color are different ~genera of sensibles, to 426 2, 8 | objects. But ~the end is a different species of good from the 427 2, 9 | to be in potentiality to different ~things in two ways: first, 428 2, 11 | thing from belonging, ~under different aspects, to different powers. 429 2, 11 | under different aspects, to different powers. Accordingly the 430 2, 12 | end, men would not have different intentions: which is ~evidently 431 2, 14 | accomplished by one means, but in ~different ways, doubt may arise, just 432 2, 17 | itself. For the acts of different powers are themselves distinct. 433 2, 17 | another shows that they are different parts. Because ~the parts 434 2, 17 | that which is essential is different from that which is ~by participation. 435 2, 18 | differ in species produce different effects. ~But the same specific 436 2, 18 | have effects specifically different; because the ~other deserves 437 2, 18 | cannot be ~contained in different species that are not subordinate 438 2, 18 | can be contained under different species. Thus one and the 439 2, 19 | arises from men willing different ~things. But whoever has 440 2, 19 | when ~several people desire different things, but not under the 441 2, 20 | principles of action ~are different, the actions themselves 442 2, 20 | the actions themselves are different. Moreover, it is the ~action 443 2, 20 | same accident ~cannot be in different subjects. Therefore the 444 2, 20 | and external actions ~are different in the physical order: yet 445 2, 21 | OBJ 2: Reason stands in different relations to the productions 446 2, 23 | the concupiscible part are different from ~those of the irascible 447 2, 23 | the concupiscible part are different from those ~of the irascible 448 2, 23 | contrary, The acts of the different powers differ in species; 449 2, 23 | concupiscible faculty. For since different powers have ~different objects, 450 2, 23 | since different powers have ~different objects, as stated in the 451 2, 23 | A[3], the passions of ~different powers must of necessity 452 2, 23 | necessity be referred to different objects. Much ~more, therefore, 453 2, 23 | therefore, do the passions of different faculties differ in ~species; 454 2, 23 | soul, those that belong to different powers, differ ~not only 455 2, 23 | and passions regarding ~different specific objects, included 456 2, 23 | passions are specifically different from the irascible passions.~ 457 2, 23 | passions, specifically ~different, but not contrary to one 458 2, 23 | same power, ~specifically different passions that are not contrary 459 2, 26 | these three express act in different ways. For love has a wider ~ 460 2, 28 | container and contents in different ways: just as a genus ~is 461 2, 28 | 2/3~But this happens in different ways according to love of 462 2, 29 | is lovable and hateful to different subjects. ~Therefore hatred 463 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To different things the same thing may 464 2, 29 | Because, according to ~different degrees of good there are 465 2, 29 | degrees of good there are different degrees of love to which ~ 466 2, 29 | love to which ~correspond different degrees of hatred. Wherefore 467 2, 30 | rational." And because different men reason differently, ~ 468 2, 31 | formality of pleasurableness be different. Because ~difference in 469 2, 32 | prevents the same thing, in different ways, being ~the cause of 470 2, 33 | from being attributed to different things according to ~different 471 2, 33 | different things according to ~different likenesses. And in this 472 2, 34 | 98], A[2] the ~case was different in the state of innocence.~ 473 2, 35 | Therefore sorrow is quite different ~from pain.~Aquin.: SMT 474 2, 35 | is incorrect to ~assign different species of sorrow.~Aquin.: 475 2, 40 | the object does not make a different species of passion. ~But 476 2, 40 | 1/1~On the contrary, To different powers belong different 477 2, 40 | different powers belong different species of ~passions. But 478 2, 41 | passion, since it ~belongs to different powers.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 479 2, 42 | discover that the case is different from ~what they expected, 480 2, 45 | several ~contraries; but in different respects nothing prevents 481 2, 45 | Therefore they ~have different objects and are not in the 482 2, 46 | Therefore these are not different species of ~anger.~Aquin.: 483 2, 51 | latitude, it happens that different grades of this ~disposition 484 2, 51 | disposition are becoming to different men in respect of the individual ~ 485 2, 51 | being moved by itself as to ~different respects, as is proved in 486 2, 52 | respect of the same or a different mode ~of participation. 487 2, 53 | decrease; but according to the different ways ~in which its subject 488 2, 53 | dependence on a subject, but in different ways. For if we take an ~ 489 2, 54 | as several specifically ~different acts, can belong to one 490 2, 54 | differ in matter belong ~to different genera): so, too, generic 491 2, 54 | differ generically belong to different ~departments of the soul"); 492 2, 54 | the ~acts and habits of different powers differ in species: 493 2, 54 | it does not ~follow that different habits are in different 494 2, 54 | different habits are in different powers, for several can 495 2, 54 | extends to many specifically different ~acts. Consequently there 496 2, 54 | prevent many superficially ~different habits from being in one 497 2, 54 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, different sciences are different habits. 498 2, 54 | different sciences are different habits. But the same ~scientific 499 2, 54 | scientific truth belongs to different sciences: thus both the 500 2, 54 | the same act can belong to different habits of virtue, if it


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