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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | of ~the species. For this particular flesh, these bones, this 2 1, 3 | qualities distinguishing this ~particular matter, are not included 3 1, 5 | seems that existence is a ~particular appetible, and goodness 4 1, 7 | is determined to this one particular ~thing. Now matter is perfected 5 1, 11 | singular thing is "this particular thing" is because it cannot 6 1, 11 | whereas, what makes him this particular man, is ~only communicable 7 1, 11 | what makes ~him to be this particular man, as there cannot be 8 1, 12 | may not be ~knowable to a particular intellect, on account of 9 1, 12 | nature except as this one particular nature; ~whereas our intellect 10 1, 13 | in the species), but is a particular cause of this ~individual 11 1, 13 | universal cause comes before the particular cause. But ~this universal 12 1, 13 | not meant to signify the particular action, but the stone's 13 1, 13 | is neither universal nor particular. For names do not ~follow 14 1, 14 | knowledge is universal, or particular. But in God ~there is no 15 1, 14 | there is no universal or particular (Q[3], A[5]). Therefore 16 1, 14 | so as to be universal or particular, or habitual, or ~potential, 17 1, 14 | thing in general and not in ~particular, is to have an imperfect 18 1, 14 | before it knows them in particular; as ~proceeding from the 19 1, 14 | in so far as he is this ~particular man. Hence according to 20 1, 14 | application of universal causes to particular effects. But this will ~ 21 1, 14 | the reason ~of knowing the particular, for it presupposes the 22 1, 15 | idea of any whole, ~unless particular ideas are had of those parts 23 1, 15 | creature, He knows it as the ~particular type and idea of that creature; 24 1, 15 | that God understands many particular ~types of things and these 25 1, 15 | of species; both because particular ~things are individualized 26 1, 16 | universal, ~and the true as the particular; whereas in the order of 27 1, 16 | to "life" is used in a ~particular sense, inasmuch as a man 28 1, 16 | cannot argue from these particular truths to truth in general.~ 29 1, 18 | like a ~second nature to particular kinds of operations, so 30 1, 18 | created being: whereas this particular being, a man, or horse, 31 1, 19 | thing may fall ~short of any particular form, it cannot fall short 32 1, 19 | outside the order of any particular active ~cause, but not outside 33 1, 19 | cause; under which all ~particular causes are included: and 34 1, 19 | are included: and if any particular cause fails of its ~effect, 35 1, 19 | hindrance of some other particular cause, ~which is included 36 1, 19 | considered. But if in a ~particular case we add that a man is 37 1, 19 | themselves they exist under ~particular qualifications. Hence we 38 1, 19 | as we ~will it when all particular circumstances are considered; 39 1, 20 | and in the second place to particular ~and special truths. Now 40 1, 20 | through the medium of the particular reason, as stated in De 41 1, 22 | things, both universal and particular. And since His knowledge 42 1, 22 | difference between universal and particular ~causes. A thing can escape 43 1, 22 | can escape the order of a particular cause; but not the ~order 44 1, 22 | nothing escapes the order of a particular ~cause, except through the 45 1, 22 | hindrance of some other ~particular cause; as, for instance, 46 1, 22 | of water. Since then, all particular causes are included ~under 47 1, 22 | escapes the order of a particular cause, it is said to be 48 1, 22 | with one who has care of a particular ~thing, and one whose providence 49 1, 22 | is universal, because a particular ~provider excludes all defects 50 1, 22 | to be contrary to some ~particular nature; yet they are in 51 1, 22 | permit certain defects in particular ~effects, that the perfect 52 1, 22 | providence of God, as a particular under a ~universal cause. 53 1, 22 | the more it considers the ~particular things with which its action 54 1, 22 | that provide only for some particular order of things.~ 55 1, 23 | as He does not wish this particular good - namely, eternal ~ 56 1, 23 | falls into this or that particular sin comes from ~the use 57 1, 23 | inasmuch as ~He wills them this particular good of eternal salvation; 58 1, 23 | communication of this or ~that particular good, He does not allot 59 1, 23 | twofold light - in one way, in particular; and thus there is no ~reason 60 1, 23 | general. Considered in its particular effects, ~however, one effect 61 1, 23 | of nature. Yet why this particular part of matter is ~under 62 1, 23 | of matter is ~under this particular form, and that under another, 63 1, 25 | not so restricted to any ~particular order that no other course 64 1, 26 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A particular kind of beatitude is false 65 1, 29 | Although the universal and particular exist in every ~genus, nevertheless, 66 1, 29 | the ~substance; since this particular whiteness is called "this," 67 1, 29 | because it ~exists in this particular subject. And so it is reasonable 68 1, 29 | special and perfect way, the particular and the ~individual are 69 1, 29 | subsistence which belongs to ~particular substances.~Aquin.: SMT 70 1, 29 | as, for instance, this particular man is a ~human natural 71 1, 29 | belong to the meaning of a particular human person.~Aquin.: SMT 72 1, 30 | is neither ~universal nor particular; neither genus nor species, 73 1, 30 | God there is universal or particular, or genus, ~or species; 74 1, 31 | being like the name of a particular thing, refers ~to the "suppositum"; 75 1, 33 | so to the concept of this particular man ~belong this particular 76 1, 33 | particular man ~belong this particular soul and this particular 77 1, 33 | particular soul and this particular body; and by these is ~this 78 1, 33 | body; and by these is ~this particular man distinguished from all 79 1, 33 | the common precedes the ~particular. But this name "Father" 80 1, 37 | is denominated, in this ~particular respect stands to that thing 81 1, 38 | is the Holy Ghost, many particular gifts are ~portioned out 82 1, 39 | another as the universal of a particular.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 83 1, 39 | verified as regards any particular subject. ~For neither Socrates, 84 1, 39 | cannot be verified of any particular human subject. On the contrary, 85 1, 39 | grammatically to point to a particular person, nevertheless ~everything 86 1, 40 | universal is abstracted from the particular, as animal abstracted from ~ 87 1, 40 | of the universal from the particular, that from which ~the abstraction 88 1, 40 | there is no universal nor particular in God, ~nor form and matter, 89 1, 40 | common and ~hypostasis is particular." So, if we speak of the 90 1, 40 | the ~universal from the particular, the common universal essence 91 1, 40 | which is, as it were, a particular.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 92 1, 43 | by ~reason of their own particular nature, are appropriated 93 1, 43 | made to ~Him, not at that particular time, but at the first moment 94 1, 44 | considered "being" under ~some particular aspect, either as "this" 95 1, 44 | and so they ~assigned particular efficient causes to things. 96 1, 44 | speaking of ~"becoming" in particular - that is, from form to 97 1, 44 | but not as these are in particular things, because there is ~ 98 1, 44 | science or definition of particular things. Therefore there 99 1, 44 | Therefore although this particular man is a ~man by participation 100 1, 44 | active intellect from the ~particular conditions; but it is not 101 1, 45 | only ~the emanation of a particular being from a particular 102 1, 45 | particular being from a particular agent, but also the ~emanation 103 1, 45 | creation. Now what proceeds by ~particular emanation, is not presupposed 104 1, 45 | considered only the emanation of particular effects from particular ~ 105 1, 45 | particular effects from particular ~causes, which necessarily 106 1, 45 | happens, indeed, in the particular productions of ~some beings, 107 1, 45 | Again, the reason ~for this particular appropriation may be taken 108 1, 46 | the difference between a particular agent, that presupposes ~ 109 1, 46 | produces the whole. The particular agent produces the form, 110 1, 46 | and to the end. ~Now, a particular agent presupposes time just 111 1, 46 | that it is absurd from such particular changes to hold the opinion 112 1, 46 | accidental, therefore, that one ~particular hammer acts after the action 113 1, 46 | it is ~accidental to this particular man as generator to be generated 114 1, 46 | causes - viz. the grade of ~a particular generator. Hence it is not 115 1, 46 | argument considers only a ~particular case. Hence one might say 116 1, 48 | DISTINCTION OF THINGS IN PARTICULAR (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 117 1, 48 | distinction of things in particular; and ~firstly the distinction 118 1, 48 | not in reference to any particular good and evil. ~For white 119 1, 49 | and considered only the particular ~causes of particular effects. 120 1, 49 | the particular ~causes of particular effects. For on that account, 121 1, 49 | depend ~upon its order to any particular thing, but rather upon what 122 1, 49 | they found two contrary particular causes of two ~contrary 123 1, 49 | causes of two ~contrary particular effects, they did not know 124 1, 49 | to reduce these ~contrary particular causes to the universal 125 1, 49 | although they have contrary particular ~cause, nevertheless we 126 1, 52 | universal power, so is one particular ~being compared as one with 127 1, 56 | eye were colored with some particular ~color, it could not see 128 1, 56 | angel ~would not have a particular knowledge of another, but 129 1, 57 | universal causes, to which all particular effects ~are reduced; as 130 1, 58 | are they led to ~something particular from something common."~ 131 1, 59 | that they apprehend some ~particular good; as in the sense, which 132 1, 59 | by another towards ~some particular good only, like things devoid 133 1, 59 | knowledge, nor towards ~some particular good only, as things which 134 1, 59 | known; for sense judges of particular objects, ~while reason judges 135 1, 59 | with a tendency towards particular good, which appetite ~belongs 136 1, 59 | mutually related as ~common to particular; for the true is a particular 137 1, 59 | particular; for the true is a particular good, to wit, of the ~intellect. 138 1, 59 | to the ~diversity of the particular things contained under that 139 1, 59 | the distinction of some ~particular good things, as the sensitive 140 1, 59 | common aspect, but for some ~particular good object. Accordingly, 141 1, 60 | not merely as to ~certain particular details, but much more as 142 1, 60 | essence, know Him by some particular effects, which are sometimes ~ 143 1, 63 | The adulterer errs ~in the particular, choosing this delight of 144 1, 63 | impossible by failing in some ~particular; as sometimes happens in 145 1, 63 | as it exists and has a ~particular nature, tends naturally 146 1, 63 | to its principle. Now ~a particular good may happen to have 147 1, 63 | is inclined towards some particular good, it can ~tend naturally 148 1, 63 | is inclined towards some ~particular good, with which evil may 149 1, 63 | nature towards certain particular goods, with which certain 150 1, 64 | sensitive appetite seeks a particular good; while the will seeks 151 1, 64 | also the sense ~apprehends particular objects, while the intellect 152 1, 66 | substantial being, and made ~some particular thing to be, it would result 153 1, 68 | one should ~adhere to a particular explanation, only in such 154 1, 70 | that first day. But ~the particular distinctions of days and 155 1, 70 | another, are due to certain particular movements of the stars: 156 1, 70 | absolutely, but not in ~a particular respect. While, then, it 157 1, 75 | subsists is said to be "this particular thing." Now "this ~particular 158 1, 75 | particular thing." Now "this ~particular thing" is said not of the 159 1, 75 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "This particular thing" can be taken in two 160 1, 75 | hand can be called "this particular ~thing" in the first sense, 161 1, 75 | can indeed be called "this particular ~thing," in the first sense, 162 1, 75 | soul is said to ~be "this particular thing."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 163 1, 75 | substance. Therefore it is a particular substance. Therefore it 164 1, 75 | man is a soul; though this particular man, Socrates, ~for instance, 165 1, 75 | belongs to the notion ~of this particular man to be composed of this 166 1, 75 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Not every particular substance is a hypostasis 167 1, 76 | understanding is ~the action of this particular man; for each one is conscious 168 1, 76 | the body of this ~or that particular man. But this link or union 169 1, 76 | Aristotle - namely, that this particular man understands, because 170 1, 76 | is like the relation of particular causes ~to individuals. 171 1, 76 | does it matter, as to this ~particular point, whether there be 172 1, 76 | made such, or to be in some particular condition; and in like ~ 173 1, 76 | power in regard to fixed ~particular things. Instead of all these, 174 1, 77 | in general, secondly, in particular. Under the first head ~there 175 1, 77 | or so great, or in some particular condition; for its subject 176 1, 37 | is denominated, in this ~particular respect stands to that thing 177 1, 38 | is the Holy Ghost, many particular gifts are ~portioned out 178 1, 39 | another as the universal of a particular.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 179 1, 39 | verified as regards any particular subject. ~For neither Socrates, 180 1, 39 | cannot be verified of any particular human subject. On the contrary, 181 1, 39 | grammatically to point to a particular person, nevertheless ~everything 182 1, 40 | universal is abstracted from the particular, as animal abstracted from ~ 183 1, 40 | of the universal from the particular, that from which ~the abstraction 184 1, 40 | there is no universal nor particular in God, ~nor form and matter, 185 1, 40 | common and ~hypostasis is particular." So, if we speak of the 186 1, 40 | the ~universal from the particular, the common universal essence 187 1, 40 | which is, as it were, a particular.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 188 1, 43 | by ~reason of their own particular nature, are appropriated 189 1, 43 | made to ~Him, not at that particular time, but at the first moment 190 1, 45 | considered "being" under ~some particular aspect, either as "this" 191 1, 45 | and so they ~assigned particular efficient causes to things. 192 1, 45 | speaking of ~"becoming" in particular - that is, from form to 193 1, 45 | but not as these are in particular things, because there is ~ 194 1, 45 | science or definition of particular things. Therefore there 195 1, 45 | Therefore although this particular man is a ~man by participation 196 1, 45 | active intellect from the ~particular conditions; but it is not 197 1, 46 | only ~the emanation of a particular being from a particular 198 1, 46 | particular being from a particular agent, but also the ~emanation 199 1, 46 | creation. Now what proceeds by ~particular emanation, is not presupposed 200 1, 46 | considered only the emanation of particular effects from particular ~ 201 1, 46 | particular effects from particular ~causes, which necessarily 202 1, 46 | happens, indeed, in the particular productions of ~some beings, 203 1, 46 | Again, the reason ~for this particular appropriation may be taken 204 1, 47 | the difference between a particular agent, that presupposes ~ 205 1, 47 | produces the whole. The particular agent produces the form, 206 1, 47 | and to the end. ~Now, a particular agent presupposes time just 207 1, 47 | that it is absurd from such particular changes to hold the opinion 208 1, 47 | accidental, therefore, that one ~particular hammer acts after the action 209 1, 47 | it is ~accidental to this particular man as generator to be generated 210 1, 47 | causes - viz. the grade of ~a particular generator. Hence it is not 211 1, 47 | argument considers only a ~particular case. Hence one might say 212 1, 49 | DISTINCTION OF THINGS IN PARTICULAR (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 213 1, 49 | distinction of things in particular; and ~firstly the distinction 214 1, 49 | not in reference to any particular good and evil. ~For white 215 1, 50 | and considered only the particular ~causes of particular effects. 216 1, 50 | the particular ~causes of particular effects. For on that account, 217 1, 50 | depend ~upon its order to any particular thing, but rather upon what 218 1, 50 | they found two contrary particular causes of two ~contrary 219 1, 50 | causes of two ~contrary particular effects, they did not know 220 1, 50 | to reduce these ~contrary particular causes to the universal 221 1, 50 | although they have contrary particular ~cause, nevertheless we 222 1, 53 | universal power, so is one particular ~being compared as one with 223 1, 57 | eye were colored with some particular ~color, it could not see 224 1, 57 | angel ~would not have a particular knowledge of another, but 225 1, 58 | universal causes, to which all particular effects ~are reduced; as 226 1, 59 | are they led to ~something particular from something common."~ 227 1, 60 | that they apprehend some particular good; as in the sense, which 228 1, 60 | by another towards ~some particular good only, like things devoid 229 1, 60 | knowledge, nor towards ~some particular good only, as things which 230 1, 60 | known; for sense judges of particular objects, ~while reason judges 231 1, 60 | with a tendency towards particular good, which appetite ~belongs 232 1, 60 | mutually related as ~common to particular; for the true is a particular 233 1, 60 | particular; for the true is a particular good, to wit, of the ~intellect. 234 1, 60 | to the ~diversity of the particular things contained under that 235 1, 60 | the distinction of some ~particular good things, as the sensitive 236 1, 60 | common aspect, but for some ~particular good object. Accordingly, 237 1, 61 | not merely as to ~certain particular details, but much more as 238 1, 61 | essence, know Him by some particular effects, which are sometimes ~ 239 1, 64 | The adulterer errs ~in the particular, choosing this delight of 240 1, 64 | impossible by failing in some ~particular; as sometimes happens in 241 1, 64 | as it exists and has a ~particular nature, tends naturally 242 1, 64 | to its principle. Now ~a particular good may happen to have 243 1, 64 | is inclined towards some particular good, it can ~tend naturally 244 1, 64 | is inclined towards some ~particular good, with which evil may 245 1, 64 | nature towards certain particular goods, with which certain 246 1, 65 | sensitive appetite seeks a particular good; while the will seeks 247 1, 65 | also the sense ~apprehends particular objects, while the intellect 248 1, 67 | substantial being, and made ~some particular thing to be, it would result 249 1, 69 | one should ~adhere to a particular explanation, only in such 250 1, 71 | that first day. But ~the particular distinctions of days and 251 1, 71 | another, are due to certain particular movements of the stars: 252 1, 71 | absolutely, but not in ~a particular respect. While, then, it 253 1, 74 | subsists is said to be "this particular thing." Now "this ~particular 254 1, 74 | particular thing." Now "this ~particular thing" is said not of the 255 1, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "This particular thing" can be taken in two 256 1, 74 | hand can be called "this particular ~thing" in the first sense, 257 1, 74 | can indeed be called "this particular ~thing," in the first sense, 258 1, 74 | soul is said to ~be "this particular thing."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 259 1, 74 | substance. Therefore it is a particular substance. Therefore it 260 1, 74 | man is a soul; though this particular man, Socrates, ~for instance, 261 1, 74 | belongs to the notion ~of this particular man to be composed of this 262 1, 74 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Not every particular substance is a hypostasis 263 1, 75 | understanding is ~the action of this particular man; for each one is conscious 264 1, 75 | the body of this ~or that particular man. But this link or union 265 1, 75 | Aristotle - namely, that this particular man understands, because 266 1, 75 | is like the relation of particular causes ~to individuals. 267 1, 75 | does it matter, as to this ~particular point, whether there be 268 1, 75 | made such, or to be in some particular condition; and in like ~ 269 1, 75 | power in regard to fixed ~particular things. Instead of all these, 270 1, 76 | in general, secondly, in particular. Under the first head ~there 271 1, 76 | or so great, or in some particular condition; for its subject 272 1, 77 | we should not assign a particular power of the soul to ~that 273 1, 77 | it is also called the ~"particular reason," to which medical 274 1, 77 | medical men assign a certain particular ~organ, namely, the middle 275 1, 78 | power, which is called the "particular reason." And in each ~case " 276 1, 78 | active in regard to ~some particular thing, namely, the body 277 1, 78 | universal ~forms from their particular conditions, which is to 278 1, 78 | the human soul derives a particular power, as we have explained.~ 279 1, 79 | of the soul desires some particular desirable thing - namely 280 1, 79 | we should not assign some particular power distinct ~from the 281 1, 79 | to assign to the soul a particular power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 282 1, 80 | is ~called by some 'the particular reason,' because it compares 283 1, 80 | naturally moved by ~this particular reason. But this same particular 284 1, 80 | particular reason. But this same particular reason is naturally ~guided 285 1, 80 | in ~syllogistic matters particular conclusions are drawn from 286 1, 80 | it. But because to draw particular conclusions ~from universal 287 1, 81 | the powers which regard ~particular ends. And we may observe 288 1, 81 | whom ~rules over his own particular city. Now the object of 289 1, 81 | truth, and as a thing and a ~particular power having a determinate 290 1, 81 | the different ~notions of particular good: for the concupiscible 291 1, 82 | natural to us to follow some particular end, and therefore we are 292 1, 82 | judgment, in the case of some particular act, is ~not from a natural 293 1, 82 | rhetorical ~arguments. Now particular operations are contingent, 294 1, 83 | self-evident principles to what is particular. Now by such a ~process 295 1, 83 | always deceived in some particular. ~Therefore, while man is 296 1, 84 | as abstracted from the ~particular things represented by the 297 1, 84 | of the universal from the particular, which is the process ~whereby 298 1, 84 | the universal from the ~particular, or the intelligible species 299 1, 84 | thus would be prior to the ~particular, for the latter, according 300 1, 84 | derived from the form, and the particular from individual ~matter. 301 1, 85 | Reply OBJ 2: The choice of a particular thing to be done is as the ~ 302 1, 85 | through the medium of the particular apprehension of ~the sensitive 303 1, 85 | abstraction of the form from the particular ~matter. Moreover it was 304 1, 90 | senses. For the organ of any ~particular sense must not actually 305 1, 91 | which ~each has his or her particular duty, and in which the man 306 1, 94 | ways: in one sense as a ~particular virtue, signifying a habit 307 1, 95 | instinct, in regard to ~certain particular acts; whereas man possesses 308 1, 100 | of knowledge due at some particular ~time; and this would not 309 1, 100 | to matters regarding that particular state, as ~explained above 310 1, 101 | ridiculous to assert that any particular place is ~natural to the 311 1, 101 | substances, though some ~particular place may have a certain 312 1, 102 | things in general; (2) in particular, the effects of this ~government. 313 1, 102 | by its own nature to one ~particular thing, does not require 314 1, 102 | determined to something particular in their actions and movements. ~ 315 1, 102 | which are ~determined to a particular thing, is a kind of impression 316 1, 102 | of an end; wherefore, a particular end ~of anything consists 317 1, 102 | anything consists in some particular good; while the universal 318 1, 102 | essence of goodness; whereas a particular ~good is good by participation. 319 1, 102 | not indeed only of some ~particular kind of being, but of the 320 1, 102 | outside the order ~of some particular cause; but not outside the 321 1, 102 | outside the order of ~a particular cause, except through some 322 1, 102 | considered in regard to one particular cause, it must necessarily 323 1, 102 | escaping from the order of some particular ~good. If it wholly escaped 324 1, 102 | fortuitous as regards some particular ~cause from the order of 325 1, 102 | governing cause of ~all; and in particular, inasmuch as it proceeds 326 1, 102 | as it proceeds from some particular ~cause which executes the 327 1, 102 | because they ~resist some particular good, which belongs to their 328 1, 102 | can resist the order of a particular cause; but not ~that order 329 1, 103 | the Divine government in particular; ~concerning which four 330 1, 104 | can bring a form into any particular matter, except that form ~ 331 1, 104 | unless it is determined to a particular one by some other cause; ~ 332 1, 104 | except by means of some particular apprehension. But ~the Divine 333 1, 104 | Therefore it ~cannot produce any particular form, except by means of 334 1, 104 | form, except by means of a particular agent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 335 1, 104 | being depends on determinate particular causes; as we have ~seen 336 1, 104 | the determinate being of a particular ~thing is from its own form. 337 1, 104 | by ~God, only by means of particular causes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 338 1, 104 | intellect, which knows the ~particular and not only the universal 339 1, 104 | every created good is some particular good; God alone is the ~ 340 1, 104 | do otherwise ~than by a particular cause. So when He acts outside 341 1, 105 | receive truth in a ~more particular manner. Therefore the superior 342 1, 105 | and the ~inferior a more particular and individual knowledge. 343 1, 105 | universal knowledge than under a particular knowledge. ~Therefore not 344 1, 107 | these types are applied to ~particular things as depending on their 345 1, 107 | not to be names of any particular orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 346 1, 107 | in their application to particular effects. ~And because God 347 1, 109 | natural things that every particular power is governed and ruled 348 1, 109 | individual body is more particular than the power of any spiritual ~ 349 1, 109 | outside the order of any particular nature; for ~otherwise anyone 350 1, 110 | but he can outside some particular order of nature, since he ~ 351 1, 111 | s power, however, ~as a particular agent, does not reach to 352 1, 112 | universal principles of law to ~particular actions man happens to be 353 1, 112 | two ways; in ~one way by particular guardianship, according 354 1, 112 | sometimes he leaves him in some particular, ~for instance by not preventing 355 1, 112 | which a man wills in a ~particular case, and at a particular 356 1, 112 | particular case, and at a particular time, having considered 357 1, 114 | being an agent limited and ~particular. Wherefore if the form of 358 1, 114 | in that animal, as in ~"particular causes." Fourthly, they 359 1, 114 | are compared to further particular ~effects, as the primordial 360 1, 114 | general way. But not in particular cases; for ~nothing prevents 361 1, 114 | below, through the means of particular inferior causes, which can ~ 362 1, 116 | universal principles to certain ~particular things, the memory or experience 363 1, 118 | nature ~considered in this particular individual. Thus a soul 364 1, 118 | cease to exist in this (particular) matter which is its subject: 365 2, 1 | not determinate to some ~particular effect, it would not do 366 2, 1 | appetite, determinate to some ~particular good. Now it is clear that 367 2, 1 | good. Now it is clear that particular causes are moved by a ~universal 368 2, 1 | by his command, all the particular departments of the city. ~ 369 2, 1 | necessity, moved to ~their particular ends by some rational will 370 2, 3 | thereto, but partakes of ~some particular likeness of happiness. Thus 371 2, 3 | are possessed of certain particular ~instincts in respect of 372 2, 4 | universal good, but to some particular good which is delightful. 373 2, 6 | respect, i.e. as to that ~particular limb; but not simply, i.e. 374 2, 6 | becomes voluntary in this particular ~case, in order, namely, 375 2, 6 | through fear, as outside this particular case, and inasmuch as it 376 2, 6 | actual consideration in some particular ~possible act. Nevertheless, 377 2, 7 | 1/1~On the contrary, The particular conditions of any singular 378 2, 7 | calls the circumstances particular things [*{ta kath' ekasta}], 379 2, 7 | kath' ekasta}], i.e. the ~particular conditions of each act. 380 2, 9 | object of the will as some particular good: ~and always the art 381 2, 9 | powers to which belong the particular ends ~included in the universal 382 2, 9 | the universal good, as a particular good. But as to the ~determination 383 2, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no particular power can produce a universal 384 2, 9 | sensitive appetite is a particular power, because it follows 385 2, 9 | because it follows the ~particular apprehension of sense. Therefore 386 2, 9 | sensitive appetite is a particular ~power, it has great influence 387 2, 9 | him such or otherwise, in particular cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 388 2, 9 | disposition ~suitable to a particular movement, is somewhat due 389 2, 9 | participation, and is some particular good, ~and a particular 390 2, 9 | particular good, ~and a particular cause does not give a universal 391 2, 9 | forms, be ~created by some particular agent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 392 2, 10 | of the will, as so many particular goods.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 393 2, 10 | general are ~included many particular goods, to none of which 394 2, 10 | Happiness. Whereas any other ~particular goods, in so far as they 395 2, 10 | cause is not applied to a particular effect, ~except by means 396 2, 10 | effect, ~except by means of a particular cause: wherefore the universal 397 2, 10 | move save by means of a particular estimation, as stated in 398 2, 10 | universal reason is to the particular ~estimation, so is the will 399 2, 10 | moved to will something particular, except through the sensitive ~ 400 2, 10 | he can be moved to some particular good independently of a ~ 401 2, 11 | the good are ~known in the particular. Such knowledge is in irrational 402 2, 11 | if it is the last in a particular series. Therefore that ~ 403 2, 13 | appetite is determinate to one particular thing, ~according to the 404 2, 13 | indeterminate in respect of particular goods. ~Consequently choice 405 2, 13 | not to act." Again, in all particular goods, the reason ~can consider 406 2, 13 | Happiness, but of other particular goods. ~Therefore man chooses 407 2, 13 | considering in one of them some particular point ~of superiority, so 408 2, 14 | note that in contingent ~particular cases, in order that anything 409 2, 14 | is an inquiry about the particular things with which action 410 2, 15 | apply that ~movement to some particular thing. And hence it is that 411 2, 15 | determination of the appetite to ~a particular thing is merely passive: 412 2, 17 | simply many, and one in a particular ~aspect: while with others 413 2, 17 | the imagination, being a particular ~apprehension, is regulated 414 2, 17 | is ~universal; just as a particular active power is regulated 415 2, 17 | the natural cause of this particular member's insubmission ~to 416 2, 17 | with these two organs in particular, because each is as it were 417 2, 18 | to be ~ordained to some particular end; for instance, to give 418 2, 18 | to be ~ordained to some particular end, it is not accidental 419 2, 18 | all observe that the ~more particular the form is from which a 420 2, 18 | are the objects of their particular acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] 421 2, 18 | reason is not fixed to one particular term, for at any ~point 422 2, 19 | as a man by willing some ~particular good, is prevented from 423 2, 19 | not from his ~willing that particular good, but from his not willing 424 2, 19 | appetite tends only ~to the particular good, apprehended by the 425 2, 19 | entire cause, evil from each particular defect." Consequently in 426 2, 19 | evil results from ~each particular defect, but good from the 427 2, 19 | to its nature, is of some particular good, ~proportionate to 428 2, 19 | happen to be good under a ~particular aspect, and yet not good 429 2, 19 | something considered under a particular aspect, ~which thing God 430 2, 19 | various aspects, they wish a ~particular thing to be or not to be.~ 431 2, 19 | is not right in willing a particular good, unless he ~refer it 432 2, 19 | order that a man will some ~particular good with a right will, 433 2, 19 | will, he must will that particular good ~materially, and the 434 2, 19 | consequent to nature, or to the particular apprehension of ~some particular 435 2, 19 | particular apprehension of ~some particular thing, comes to a thing 436 2, 19 | know not what God wills in particular: and in this respect we 437 2, 19 | to what God wills in that particular ~matter. Consequently he 438 2, 21 | reason is directed to a ~particular end, which is something 439 2, 21 | of all human life. Now a ~particular end is subordinate to the 440 2, 21 | by a departure from the ~particular end intended by the artist: 441 2, 22 | in general; ~secondly, in particular. Taking them in general, 442 2, 22 | simply, and ~corruption in a particular respect: whereas the reverse 443 2, 22 | sensitive appetite, which is a particular good. Therefore passion 444 2, 26 | PASSIONS OF THE SOUL IN PARTICULAR: AND FIRST, OF LOVE (FOUR 445 2, 26 | consider the soul's passions in particular, and (1) the ~passions of 446 2, 27 | passion is the cause of some particular love: just as one good is 447 2, 29 | desired as good in some particular ~respect, is simply evil; 448 2, 29 | neither in general nor in particular. Being and truth in general ~ 449 2, 29 | But nothing hinders some particular being or some ~particular 450 2, 29 | particular being or some ~particular truth being an object of 451 2, 29 | in three ways that some particular truth is repugnant ~or hurtful 452 2, 29 | thus man sometimes hates a particular truth, ~when he wishes that 453 2, 29 | of Thy ways." Thirdly, a particular truth is ~hated, as being 454 2, 29 | abstracts the universal from the particular, it ~would seem that hatred 455 2, 29 | color, not as being this particular color, but ~simply because 456 2, 29 | caused by ~something in particular: because it is caused by 457 2, 30 | object of memory. For these particular conditions diversify ~the 458 2, 30 | sensitive part, ~which regards particular things.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 459 2, 30 | intellectual faculty; but also particular reason pertaining to the ~ 460 2, 30 | through the medium of the particular imagination.~Aquin.: SMT 461 2, 31 | its application to some ~particular thing, but also the intellectual 462 2, 34 | is ~good in respect of a particular individual. That which is 463 2, 34 | but in respect of that ~particular man, then his pleasure will 464 2, 36 | because if the presence of a particular thin be ~the object of pleasure, 465 2, 41 | overcoming, so to speak, some ~particular good. Wherefore it has most 466 2, 46 | question as to whether a ~particular passion is more or less 467 2, 46 | nature, or again as to ~the particular temperament of the individual. 468 2, 46 | individual, in respect of his particular temperament, thus anger 469 2, 46 | it is satisfied with no particular ~measure of evil: because 470 2, 46 | thing in general or in particular. Anger, on the other hand, 471 2, 49 | another way, inasmuch as a particular thing has a relation [se 472 2, 51 | calls "passive," and is the "particular reason," that is ~the cogitative 473 2, 55 | TREATISE ON HABITS IN PARTICULAR (QQ[55]-89) GOOD HABITS, 474 2, 55 | are not determinate to one particular action, ~but are inclined 475 2, 57 | it is the ~last in some particular genus; secondly, so that 476 2, 58 | inclination to ~do some particular action, in which sense the 477 2, 58 | quasi-natural inclination to do some particular action. And the other ~meaning 478 2, 58 | reason to be impeded ~in some particular action. And in this way, 479 2, 58 | in general, but also ~in particular); about which things actions 480 2, 58 | when reason argues ~about particular cases, it needs not only 481 2, 58 | only universal but also particular ~principles. As to universal 482 2, 58 | may reason aright about particular cases. For it ~happens sometimes 483 2, 58 | science, is destroyed in a particular case by a ~passion: thus 484 2, 58 | disposed with regard to the particular principles of action, viz. ~ 485 2, 59 | perfect use of reason even in ~particular matters. But the passions 486 2, 60 | not a great good in that particular ~kind of passion. Consequently 487 2, 61 | should exercise choice for a particular end; thirdly, ~that he should 488 2, 63 | to him in respect of the particular temperament of his body, 489 2, 63 | soul, in so far as this particular ~body is adapted to this 490 2, 63 | body is adapted to this particular soul.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[63] 491 2, 63 | does ~not depend on one particular mode of action, but on various 492 2, 64 | from being extreme ~in a particular virtue as to one circumstance, 493 2, 64 | the reason ~puts into some particular matter. In this sense every 494 2, 65 | confess to not having one particular virtue, it must needs be ~ 495 2, 65 | of the last end in some ~particular genus of action, but not 496 2, 66 | being is restricted ~to the particular. Consequently, speaking 497 2, 66 | virtue, which are certain particular matters of action. That 498 2, 66 | and yet relatively some particular accident is more ~excellent 499 2, 67 | more constant than that of particular and contingent things. Now 500 2, 68 | already observed that "each particular ~virtue is to the last degree


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