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1 1, 1 | differentiated according to the various means ~through which knowledge 2 1, 1 | to proceed by the aid of ~various similitudes and figures 3 1, 7 | of number. ~Now there are various species of figures, such 4 1, 11 | opposed to "many," but in various ways. The ~"one" which is 5 1, 13 | wise," ~and the like, various and many opinions have been 6 1, 13 | perfections of creatures in a various and manifold manner, so 7 1, 13 | manner, so also to the ~various and multiplied conceptions 8 1, 13 | whatever is predicated of various things under the same ~name 9 1, 13 | power produces manifold and various forms in ~all inferior things. 10 1, 13 | multiple sense signifies various proportions to ~some one 11 1, 13 | name, and not from ~its various significations.~Aquin.: 12 1, 16 | Consequently ~there are various definitions of truth. Augustine 13 1, 19 | exist; otherwise, since various evils do exist, God's will 14 1, 19 | other hand, ~good stands in various relations to the divine 15 1, 20 | one with another in ~the various works of life, and who may 16 1, 20 | John has been solved in ~various ways. Augustine interprets 17 1, 28 | reality; but only in the ~various names imposed by us.~Aquin.: 18 1, 32 | Whether we may lawfully have various contrary opinions of these ~ 19 1, 32 | but enforced by many and various reasons, that in the ~beginning 20 1, 32 | Whether it is lawful to have various contrary opinions of notions?~ 21 1, 32 | it is not lawful to have various contrary ~opinions of the 22 1, 34 | express ~His perfection in various ways. To show that He is 23 1, 34 | many according to their various ~relations to creatures. 24 1, 37 | suitable names to express our various ~considerations as regards 25 1, 39 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Various languages have diverse modes 26 1, 46 | the ~arts, by reason of various corruptions and accidents, 27 1, 50 | answer that, There have been various opinions with regard to 28 1, 50 | divine wisdom devising the various orders of immaterial substances.~ 29 1, 50 | species according to the various determined ~degrees of sensitive 30 1, 52 | thereof. But according to the various parts there are various ~ 31 1, 52 | various parts there are various ~places. Therefore the angel 32 1, 52 | angel is at one time in various places.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 33 1, 53 | is nothing ~else than the various contacts of various places 34 1, 53 | the various contacts of various places successively, and 35 1, 53 | his essence is applied to ~various places: but the soul's essence 36 1, 53 | hence the succession of the various places, even without the 37 1, 53 | the movable subject is in various dispositions; hence in the ~ 38 1, 54 | there he distinguishes the ~various grades of living things 39 1, 54 | things according to the various functions of ~life.~Aquin.: 40 1, 55 | the ~higher angel knows various things by one universal 41 1, 55 | universal form for knowing various things. Therefore he will 42 1, 56 | being according to their various degrees ~of perfection.~ 43 1, 57 | differently, that, as man by his various ~powers of knowledge knows 44 1, 57 | imagination, but can make various uses of them.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 58 | simultaneously understand various intelligible things.~Aquin.: 46 1, 58 | movement ~terminates in various terms. Therefore many things 47 1, 58 | simultaneously. ~But things known by various intelligible species, are 48 1, 58 | but not such as are under various species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 49 1, 58 | apprehend different things by various species, and not all at 50 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The various natures of things differ 51 1, 58 | can be apprehended by various ways of knowing it.~Aquin.: 52 1, 60 | uniting and binding imply various ~things brought together. 53 1, 62 | corporeal things; hence the ~various instants regarding the angels 54 1, 62 | His ~wisdom, established various degrees in the angelic nature. 55 1, 62 | to be ordained for the ~various degrees of grace and glory; 56 1, 62 | grace, so did ~it ordain the various degrees of nature to the 57 1, 62 | degrees of nature to the various degrees of grace.~Aquin.: 58 1, 62 | knowing ~a thing through various mediums, as a thing may 59 1, 62 | seen by all the ~blessed in various degrees: but it is on the 60 1, 65 | set therein creatures of various and unequal natures, ~according 61 1, 66 | being no other than the various forms by which bodies are ~ 62 1, 67 | less probable opinions of various writers.~Aquin.: SMT FP 63 1, 67 | omitted by Moses, and give various reasons. Basil [*Hom. i 64 1, 67 | proportion as it affects various ~bodies, and by its variations 65 1, 68 | of the stars, and their various influences. But according 66 1, 69 | produced in act in their various species on ~this third day; 67 1, 70 | weather, as favorable to various occupations. And in this 68 1, 71 | kinds can ~be generated by various minglings of the elements, 69 1, 72 | can be discovered from the various ways in which ~Scripture 70 1, 73 | existed beforehand ~in various active powers; so that animals, 71 1, 74 | reference to ~their adorning the various parts of the world, and 72 1, 76 | as life appears through ~various operations in different 73 1, 76 | would not be the case if the various principles of the soul's ~ 74 1, 76 | and distributed in the various ~parts of the body. But 75 1, 76 | be moved according to its various ~parts. If we suppose, however, 76 1, 76 | which are ~denominated by various forms are not absolutely 77 1, 76 | which are derived from ~various forms are predicated of 78 1, 76 | these genera ~there are various degrees. For this reason 79 1, 76 | ii, 3) he ~compares the various souls to the species of 80 1, 76 | as ~proceeding from the various logical notions or intentions, 81 1, 76 | one and ~the same thing in various ways. Therefore since, as 82 1, 76 | 3: We observe in matter various degrees of perfection, as ~ 83 1, 76 | impossible, because the various forms of the elements must 84 1, 76 | must necessarily ~be in various parts of matter; for the 85 1, 76 | found except in a body. But various ~bodies cannot be in the 86 1, 76 | composed of ~parts belonging to various species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 87 1, 76 | species, but that they are of various dispositions. This is suitable 88 1, 76 | and therefore, for its ~various operations it requires various 89 1, 76 | various operations it requires various dispositions in the parts 90 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, various forms of one species require 91 1, 76 | forms of one species require various parts of ~matter. But various 92 1, 76 | various parts of ~matter. But various parts of matter are unintelligible 93 1, 76 | matter according ~to the various degrees of perfection. For 94 1, 76 | understood as distinct in ~its various parts, and as receptive 95 1, 76 | form which gives matter the various degrees of perfection, as 96 1, 76 | another, on ~account of the various powers, of which the parts 97 1, 77 | he performs operations of various degrees.~Aquin.: SMT FP 98 1, 77 | soul requires ~many and various operations and powers. But 99 1, 77 | goodness; ~although by many and various means; and in this it falls 100 1, 77 | thereof, wherever it is. But various objects which belong to ~ 101 1, 77 | objects which belong to ~various powers, belong also to some 102 1, 77 | diversified according to ~the various natures of the objects. 103 1, 77 | animal, constituting its various species. In like manner ~ 104 1, 77 | therefore they can belong to ~various powers of the soul.~Aquin.: 105 1, 77 | themselves. Thus it is that various objects belong to ~various 106 1, 77 | various objects belong to ~various lower powers; which objects, 107 1, 77 | like manner the objects are various and ~dissimilar, as color 108 1, 77 | has a ~certain aptitude to various acts in a certain order) 109 1, 77 | of the soul are many and various, they cannot proceed from 110 1, 77 | essence of the soul many and various powers proceed; both because ~ 111 1, 77 | are oppositely divided, as various species. Therefore one of ~ 112 1, 37 | suitable names to express our various ~considerations as regards 113 1, 39 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Various languages have diverse modes 114 1, 47 | the ~arts, by reason of various corruptions and accidents, 115 1, 51 | answer that, There have been various opinions with regard to 116 1, 51 | divine wisdom devising the various orders of immaterial substances.~ 117 1, 51 | species according to the various determined ~degrees of sensitive 118 1, 53 | thereof. But according to the various parts there are various ~ 119 1, 53 | various parts there are various ~places. Therefore the angel 120 1, 53 | angel is at one time in various places.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 121 1, 54 | is nothing ~else than the various contacts of various places 122 1, 54 | the various contacts of various places successively, and 123 1, 54 | his essence is applied to ~various places: but the soul's essence 124 1, 54 | hence the succession of the various places, even without the 125 1, 54 | the movable subject is in various dispositions; hence in the ~ 126 1, 55 | there he distinguishes the ~various grades of living things 127 1, 55 | things according to the various functions of ~life.~Aquin.: 128 1, 56 | the ~higher angel knows various things by one universal 129 1, 56 | universal form for knowing various things. Therefore he will 130 1, 57 | being according to their various degrees ~of perfection.~ 131 1, 58 | differently, that, as man by his various ~powers of knowledge knows 132 1, 58 | imagination, but can make various uses of them.~Aquin.: SMT 133 1, 59 | simultaneously understand various intelligible things.~Aquin.: 134 1, 59 | movement ~terminates in various terms. Therefore many things 135 1, 59 | simultaneously. ~But things known by various intelligible species, are 136 1, 59 | but not such as are under various species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 137 1, 59 | apprehend different things by various species, and not all at 138 1, 59 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The various natures of things differ 139 1, 59 | can be apprehended by various ways of knowing it.~Aquin.: 140 1, 61 | uniting and binding imply various ~things brought together. 141 1, 63 | corporeal things; hence the ~various instants regarding the angels 142 1, 63 | His ~wisdom, established various degrees in the angelic nature. 143 1, 63 | to be ordained for the ~various degrees of grace and glory; 144 1, 63 | grace, so did ~it ordain the various degrees of nature to the 145 1, 63 | degrees of nature to the various degrees of grace.~Aquin.: 146 1, 63 | knowing a thing through various mediums, as a thing may 147 1, 63 | seen by all the ~blessed in various degrees: but it is on the 148 1, 66 | set therein creatures of various and unequal natures, ~according 149 1, 67 | being no other than the various forms by which bodies are ~ 150 1, 68 | less probable opinions of various writers.~Aquin.: SMT FP 151 1, 68 | omitted by Moses, and give various reasons. Basil [*Hom. i 152 1, 68 | proportion as it affects various ~bodies, and by its variations 153 1, 69 | of the stars, and their various influences. But according 154 1, 70 | produced in act in their various species on ~this third day; 155 1, 71 | weather, as favorable to various occupations. And in this 156 1, 71 | kinds can ~be generated by various minglings of the elements, 157 1, 71 | can be discovered from the various ways in which ~Scripture 158 1, 72 | existed beforehand ~in various active powers; so that animals, 159 1, 73 | reference to ~their adorning the various parts of the world, and 160 1, 75 | as life appears through ~various operations in different 161 1, 75 | would not be the case if the various principles of the soul's ~ 162 1, 75 | and distributed in the various ~parts of the body. But 163 1, 75 | be moved according to its various ~parts. If we suppose, however, 164 1, 75 | which are ~denominated by various forms are not absolutely 165 1, 75 | which are derived from ~various forms are predicated of 166 1, 75 | these genera ~there are various degrees. For this reason 167 1, 75 | ii, 3) he ~compares the various souls to the species of 168 1, 75 | as ~proceeding from the various logical notions or intentions, 169 1, 75 | one and ~the same thing in various ways. Therefore since, as 170 1, 75 | 3: We observe in matter various degrees of perfection, as ~ 171 1, 75 | impossible, because the various forms of the elements must 172 1, 75 | must necessarily ~be in various parts of matter; for the 173 1, 75 | found except in a body. But various ~bodies cannot be in the 174 1, 75 | composed of ~parts belonging to various species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 175 1, 75 | species, but that they are of various dispositions. This is suitable 176 1, 75 | and therefore, for its ~various operations it requires various 177 1, 75 | various operations it requires various dispositions in the parts 178 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, various forms of one species require 179 1, 75 | forms of one species require various parts of ~matter. But various 180 1, 75 | various parts of ~matter. But various parts of matter are unintelligible 181 1, 75 | matter according ~to the various degrees of perfection. For 182 1, 75 | understood as distinct in ~its various parts, and as receptive 183 1, 75 | form which gives matter the various degrees of perfection, as 184 1, 75 | another, on ~account of the various powers, of which the parts 185 1, 76 | he performs operations of various degrees.~Aquin.: SMT FP 186 1, 76 | soul requires ~many and various operations and powers. But 187 1, 76 | goodness; ~although by many and various means; and in this it falls 188 1, 76 | thereof, wherever it is. But various objects which belong to ~ 189 1, 76 | objects which belong to ~various powers, belong also to some 190 1, 76 | diversified according to ~the various natures of the objects. 191 1, 76 | animal, constituting its various species. In like manner ~ 192 1, 76 | therefore they can belong to ~various powers of the soul.~Aquin.: 193 1, 76 | themselves. Thus it is that various objects belong to ~various 194 1, 76 | various objects belong to ~various lower powers; which objects, 195 1, 76 | like manner the objects are various and ~dissimilar, as color 196 1, 76 | has a ~certain aptitude to various acts in a certain order) 197 1, 76 | of the soul are many and various, they cannot proceed from 198 1, 76 | essence of the soul many and various powers proceed; both because ~ 199 1, 76 | are oppositely divided, as various species. Therefore one of ~ 200 1, 77 | considered generally;~(2) The various species of the vegetative 201 1, 77 | this diversity lies in the various souls being ~distinguished 202 1, 77 | the corporeal nature in various ways; for the whole ~corporeal 203 1, 77 | have ascribed it to the ~various natures of the sensible 204 1, 77 | wherefore there are not various powers for the ~reason that 205 1, 77 | the ~reason that there are various organs; on the contrary, 206 1, 77 | they might be adapted to ~various powers. In the same way 207 1, 77 | same way nature provided various mediums for the ~various 208 1, 77 | various mediums for the ~various senses, according to the 209 1, 77 | this reason it extends to various contrarieties; which ~senses, 210 1, 78 | received variously into various things, on account of their ~ 211 1, 78 | light is not the same in the various things ~enlightened. Therefore 212 1, 78 | active intellect is not in various men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] 213 1, 78 | one same power belong to various ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT 214 1, 78 | and according to their ~various habits: for wisdom is attributed 215 1, 78 | divided according to its various acts, the higher and ~lower 216 1, 78 | different aptitude for receiving various habits, concerning the variety ~ 217 1, 78 | the variety of powers; and various acts can belong to ~one 218 1, 82 | power of ~being inclined to various things. For reason in contingent 219 1, 83 | remains unmoved. Moreover the ~various conditions of mutable things 220 1, 83 | of which they spoke, the various results do not exist save 221 1, 83 | analysis ~forms images of various things, even of things not 222 1, 84 | properties, accidents, and the various ~relations of the essence. 223 1, 88 | of the universe required various grades of ~being. If, therefore, 224 1, 89 | from things - and thus has various powers; all of which are ~ 225 1, 90 | v); in the same way as ~various effects pre-exist in their 226 1, 90 | by God in nature through various forms come under their ~ 227 1, 91 | generation carried out in various living ~things. Some living 228 1, 102 | speaking of the ends of various arts; ~for the end of some 229 1, 102 | is an act. ~Consequently, various movable things must be moved 230 1, 102 | of the ~Divine governor, various things are variously governed 231 1, 104 | each of these kinds has various degrees, according to the ~ 232 1, 107 | dominion": ~which are the various orders of the angels, and 233 1, 107 | the end. Thus ~also the various ranks of soldiers have different 234 1, 110 | the senses are changed in ~various ways.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] 235 1, 111 | of the ~administration of various cities; these are said to 236 1, 112 | about which we may have various opinions, by the principles 237 1, 112 | Divine judgments in regard to various kingdoms and various men ~ 238 1, 112 | to various kingdoms and various men ~are executed by the 239 1, 112 | But it happens at times in various kingdoms or various ~men 240 1, 112 | times in various kingdoms or various ~men there are contrary 241 1, 112 | the Divine will concerning various contrary and opposing ~merits, 242 1, 113 | angels of God in their ~various offices minister to man' 243 1, 113 | From this we can gather how various beings are said to tempt 244 1, 113 | beings are said to tempt in various ~ways. For man is said to 245 1, 114 | bodies here below, which are various and multiform, must be ~ 246 1, 114 | bodies, according to the various dispositions of matter. 247 1, 114 | things, according to the various dispositions of matter.~ 248 1, 114 | But ~human actions are various and multiform. Therefore 249 1, 114 | demons are ~enticed through various kinds of stones, herbs, 250 1, 116 | question there have been various opinions. For ~Averroes, 251 1, 116 | species, differing only as ~to various phantasms, his opinion is 252 1, 116 | by a body; consequently various bodies may obey them as 253 2, 1 | happen to be ordained to various ends. Therefore the ~end 254 2, 1 | end, they would not have various ~pursuits in life. Which 255 2, 1 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Various pursuits in life are found 256 2, 1 | among men by reason of ~the various things in which men seek 257 2, 3 | perfection; according ~as various things capable of happiness 258 2, 3 | happiness can attain to various degrees of ~perfection, 259 2, 3 | perfection, so must there be various meanings applied to happiness. 260 2, 5 | first individuals of the various species, that ~through them 261 2, 9 | disposed, takes to a thing in various ways, as being fitting or ~ 262 2, 9 | heavenly body. ~For all various and multiform movements 263 2, 9 | But human movements are various and multiform, since they 264 2, 10 | and the same thing from ~various points of view.~Aquin.: 265 2, 10 | disposed according to the various parts of the ~soul, a thing 266 2, 13 | manifested in the ~works of various animals, such as bees, spiders, 267 2, 14 | actions, such as the nature of various things. Therefore ~counsel 268 2, 17 | can tend freely towards ~various objects, precisely because 269 2, 17 | because the reason can have various ~perceptions of good. Hence 270 2, 17 | of the heart, which has various movements according to the ~ 271 2, 17 | movements according to the ~various acts of the sensitive appetite.~ 272 2, 18 | of vainglory, actions of various virtues and vices ~can be 273 2, 19 | thing may be considered in various ways by the reason, so as 274 2, 19 | And ~hence too it is, that various wills of various men can 275 2, 19 | is, that various wills of various men can be good in respect ~ 276 2, 19 | things, for as much as, under various aspects, they wish a ~particular 277 2, 20 | the end. For this reason various virtues are necessary. But 278 2, 20 | movement which proceeds from various ~intentions, although it 279 2, 30 | concupiscible faculty. ~Hence the various concupiscible passions are 280 2, 31 | so that they would all be various passions of the soul. But ~ 281 2, 31 | defects or troubles, whence various griefs ~arise. Wherefore 282 2, 34 | x, 1). But pleasures are various and multiform: since ~some 283 2, 35 | taken in reference to the various evils that cause pain; but 284 2, 35 | pain; but in regard to ~the various ways in which this cause 285 2, 40 | there arise in the appetite various ~movements according to 286 2, 40 | movements according to various aspects of the apprehended 287 2, 40 | another: in like manner ~various movements arise from the 288 2, 42 | identically the same; there are various ~fears according to the 289 2, 42 | fears according to the various objects of fear. Nothing, 290 2, 42 | OBJ 3: On account of the various kinds of fear already alluded 291 2, 46 | produced by the ~concurrence of various causes; and since every 292 2, 46 | distinguished according to various ~effects of anger; and not 293 2, 49 | had," is common to the various predicaments. And so ~the 294 2, 49 | because they result from the various predicaments; as, for instance, ~ 295 2, 49 | in several ways ~and to various things. Whence if something 296 2, 49 | capable of being adjusted in various ways: so as to dispose the 297 2, 50 | Philosopher (Ethic. i, 13) puts various habits in ~the various powers 298 2, 50 | puts various habits in ~the various powers of the soul.~Aquin.: 299 2, 50 | they can be ordained to ~various things. And thus there can 300 2, 50 | intellective habits there have been various ~opinions. Some, supposing 301 2, 50 | powers, which ~differ in various men.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[50] 302 2, 50 | has a relation to many and various things, therefore it ~is 303 2, 51 | inclined to cause all the various ~kinds of habits: since 304 2, 51 | be ~willed in regard to various aspects and circumstances. 305 2, 52 | animal's nature, to which various ~dispositions may be suitable; 306 2, 52 | Body Para. 5/11 ~Now these various dispositions and measures 307 2, 52 | qualities being ~the same or various, but also in respect of 308 2, 53 | to ~participate a form in various ways, or to extend to a 309 2, 54 | informed at the same time by ~various shapes. Therefore neither 310 2, 54 | nevertheless, are ~the habits of various sciences.~Aquin.: SMT FS 311 2, 54 | subject we may take parts in various ways, ~according to the 312 2, 54 | ways, ~according to the various dispositions of which parts 313 2, 54 | of which parts there are various ~habits. Thus, if we take 314 2, 54 | the mean. And consequently various means ~are as so many active 315 2, 54 | to their suitability to various natures, as stated ~above. 316 2, 54 | keeping with ~nature: thus, various vices about one same matter 317 2, 56 | But one act proceeds in various way from ~several powers: 318 2, 56 | different points of view, and in various ~degrees.~Aquin.: SMT FS 319 2, 57 | now have to consider the various kinds of virtue: and (1) 320 2, 57 | an art; since there are various arts ~about works widely 321 2, 57 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The various kinds of things made by 322 2, 57 | Further, just as there are various matters to pass judgment 323 2, 58 | reason ~somewhat, but in various ways. For some obey reason 324 2, 60 | virtues differ in point of the various objects of ~the passions?~ 325 2, 60 | of ~the sun, animals of various species are produced by 326 2, 60 | putrefaction ~according to the various adaptability of matter.~ 327 2, 60 | direction of ~reason belong to various species, according to their 328 2, 60 | species, according to their various relations to ~reason: so 329 2, 60 | that moral virtues are of various species and ~are not one 330 2, 60 | in kind according to its various ~relations to reason, the 331 2, 60 | species, on account of the various ~relations of the receiving 332 2, 60 | 3: Further, if there are various moral virtues about various ~ 333 2, 60 | various moral virtues about various ~operations, diversity of 334 2, 60 | to establish rectitude in various kinds of commutations, and 335 2, 60 | they differ in respect of various special notions. The ~reason 336 2, 60 | And corresponding to these various kinds of debt there are ~ 337 2, 60 | kinds of debt there are ~various virtues: e.g. "Religion" 338 2, 60 | virtues differ in point of the various objects of the ~passions?~ 339 2, 60 | not change a species. Now various ~objects of pleasure differ 340 2, 60 | produces good. But there ~are various virtues about the desires 341 2, 60 | or external things, has various relations to reason, and ~ 342 2, 60 | Consequently there are various moral virtues about ~desires, 343 2, 61 | division of virtue into various kinds of virtue: since the 344 2, 61 | virtues, corresponding to the various emotions of love," and he ~ 345 2, 61 | understood ~differently by various writers. For some take them 346 2, 63 | particular mode of action, but on various modes, in ~respect of the 347 2, 63 | modes, in ~respect of the various matters, which constitute 348 2, 63 | action, and according to various circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT 349 2, 64 | the extremes depend on ~various circumstances: hence nothing 350 2, 65 | clearly the case with the various sciences ~and arts. Hence 351 2, 66 | whereby He bestows on men various measures of ~virtue, according 352 2, 66 | clearly not the case: ~since various saints are specially praised 353 2, 69 | describe it by means of various ~boons known to us, while 354 2, 70 | must be gathered from the various ways in which the ~Holy 355 2, 70 | fruits do not ~differ as various species of virtuous acts, 356 2, 70 | of virtuous acts, but as various degrees of ~perfection, 357 2, 71 | about which there have been various opinions. For some ~say 358 2, 72 | differ according to their various stages?~(8) Whether they 359 2, 72 | differ according to their various circumstances?~Aquin.: SMT 360 2, 72 | species according to their various ~objects: since acts differ 361 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In various things, differing in species 362 2, 72 | excellence in ~reference to various things; and avarice seeks 363 2, 72 | evident that ~there are various species of sins. Therefore 364 2, 72 | they are attributed ~to various things in various ways. 365 2, 72 | attributed ~to various things in various ways. Because the "formal" 366 2, 72 | specifically according to their various active or ~motive causes, 367 2, 72 | sins, but to show their various causes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 368 2, 72 | the judge, who imposes ~various punishments according to 369 2, 72 | punishments according to the various manners of sin. Therefore ~ 370 2, 72 | s law, the necessity for various affirmative and ~negative 371 2, 72 | specifically according to the various precepts of the Law. ~Aquin.: 372 2, 72 | word, and deed, not as into various complete species: for the ~ 373 2, 72 | differ in respect of the various degrees of sin. ~Nevertheless 374 2, 72 | Now these pertain ~to various circumstances, for "hastily" 375 2, 72 | diversified according to the various circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT 376 2, 72 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the various species of gluttony there 377 2, 72 | species of gluttony there are various ~motives, as stated.~ 378 2, 73 | departing from reason, are of various kinds, having no mutual ~ 379 2, 73 | temporal goods, which are various and of many kinds: ~hence 380 2, 73 | vary according to their various objects.~Aquin.: SMT FS 381 2, 73 | vary according to their ~various objects.~Aquin.: SMT FS 382 2, 73 | nature of evil. Hence the various degrees of ~malice in sins 383 2, 74 | answer that, There have been various opinions on this point, 384 2, 81 | origin to his descendants, various writers have ~gone about 385 2, 81 | writers have ~gone about it in various ways. For some, considering 386 2, 82 | in one man, inclines to ~various and contrary sins. Therefore 387 2, 82 | take bodily sickness: ~various species of sickness proceed 388 2, 82 | justice is destroyed, the various powers of the soul have ~ 389 2, 82 | powers of the soul have ~various opposite tendencies.~Aquin.: 390 2, 82 | in one man, although the various ~parts of the body are affected.~ 391 2, 82 | equally; but it is due to the ~various dispositions of the powers, 392 2, 85 | voluntary action proceeds from various powers, active and ~passive. 393 2, 91 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE VARIOUS KINDS OF LAW (SIX ARTICLES)~ 394 2, 91 | We must now consider the various kinds of law: under which 395 2, 91 | the conclusions of the ~various sciences, the knowledge 396 2, 91 | under the Divine Lawgiver various creatures have various ~ 397 2, 91 | Lawgiver various creatures have various ~natural inclinations, so 398 2, 94 | For it is owing ~to the various conditions of men, that 399 2, 95 | diversity of positive laws among various ~people.~Aquin.: SMT FS 400 2, 95 | this respect, there are various human laws according to 401 2, 95 | human laws according to the various forms ~of government. Of 402 2, 95 | respect, according to the various matters of which the law ~ 403 2, 95 | the law ~treats, there are various kinds of laws, which are 404 2, 97 | particular precepts, according to various emergencies.~Aquin.: SMT 405 2, 98 | noted that the good has various degrees, as Dionysius ~states ( 406 2, 98 | which the very order of various natures demands, viz. that ~ 407 2, 99 | precepts may be given ~about various things as being ordained 408 2, 99 | one end: ~yet it comprises various precepts, according to the 409 2, 99 | house: and yet it contains various rules, according to the 410 2, 100 | these moral institutions are various for ~various people. Much 411 2, 100 | institutions are various for ~various people. Much more reason 412 2, 100 | principles one may proceed in various ways to judge ~of various 413 2, 100 | various ways to judge ~of various matters. For some matters 414 2, 100 | much ~consideration of the various circumstances, which all 415 2, 100 | diversified according to the various kinds of community: hence 416 2, 100 | one. But because there are various special kinds of covetousness, ~ 417 2, 100 | Law justified man, but in various ~ways. Because the ceremonial 418 2, 101 | many of them?~(4) Of their various kinds.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 419 2, 101 | Wherefore according to the various ways in which the intellect 420 2, 101 | external actions are applied in various ways to the Divine worship.~ 421 2, 101 | states (Coel. ~Hier. i); in various ways, however, according 422 2, 101 | however, according to the various states of ~human knowledge. 423 2, 101 | needed to be signified ~by various ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT 424 2, 102 | should be offered up in various ways; ~for sometimes an 425 2, 102 | signified by the ~arrangement of various details in such temple or 426 2, 102 | afterwards they were engaged in various ~wars with the neighboring 427 2, 102 | For the Gentiles put up various times to various gods: and 428 2, 102 | put up various times to various gods: and so, ~to strengthen 429 2, 102 | even ~under the Old Law, various places, called synagogues, 430 2, 102 | the figures of the ~Law, various figures were instituted 431 2, 102 | heaven, which is adorned with various stars; ~the curtain (of 432 2, 102 | that they were figures ~of various sins. For the uncleanness 433 2, 102 | changed color according to the various things which were ~about 434 2, 102 | to be immune, signify the various vices and ~sins from which 435 2, 102 | garments of this sort, made ~of various materials. Moreover in the 436 2, 102 | because the ~employment of various materials in the making 437 2, 102 | Egyptians, who employed various mixtures in worshipping 438 2, 102 | planets, which produce various effects, and on various 439 2, 102 | various effects, and on various kinds of things ~according 440 2, 102 | things ~according to their various conjunctions. The second 441 2, 102 | worshipping ~the stars employed various combinations of seeds, animals 442 2, 102 | in order to represent the various connections of the stars. 443 2, 105 | its hide is employed for various purposes": and ~therefore 444 2, 105 | ensue in ~the property of various tribes. Also that a man 445 2, 106 | Further, as men dwell in various places, so do they live 446 2, 106 | places, so do they live in ~various times. But God, "Who will 447 2, 106 | to change with regard to various ~places, times, and persons, 448 2, 107 | to discriminating between various foods, which ~was a ceremonial 449 2, 108 | s will in respect of the various precepts ~of the Law: by 450 2, 109 | Q[60], A[5]), where the various ~opinions concerning the 451 2, 109 | since on account of the various turns of circumstances, 452 2, 112 | Church may result from these ~various degree; even as He instituted 453 2, 112 | even as He instituted the various conditions of things, ~that 454 2, 112 | having enumerated the various graces, he adds ~(Eph. 4: 455 2, 113 | the act may be ordained to various ~ends. But the act of mercy 456 2, 1 | we are not to distinguish various ~articles. Thus one encounters 457 2, 1 | point of view there are various distinct ~articles of faith, 458 2, 1 | Writ, diffusely, ~under various modes of expression, and 459 2, 4 | of ~faith, do not denote various genera of faith, nor different 460 2, 4 | so as to be reduced to various species in a certain ~order, 461 2, 4 | answer that, There have been various opinions on this question. 462 2, 4 | differentiated according as it is ~in various subjects. Now it is evident 463 2, 4 | numerically ~according to its various subjects.~Aquin.: SMT SS 464 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The various conclusions of a science 465 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The various precepts of the Law may 466 2, 9 | Certitude of knowledge varies in various natures, according ~to the 467 2, 9 | natures, according ~to the various conditions of each nature. 468 2, 10 | unbelief, ~according to the various points which the unbeliever 469 2, 10 | of ways. If therefore the various species of unbelief ~correspond 470 2, 10 | correspond to the number of various errors, it would seem to 471 2, 10 | of the corruption of the various conditions required for 472 2, 10 | number of ~ways in which the various circumstances of a virtue 473 2, 10 | distinguished according to the ~various errors that occur in matters 474 2, 10 | sin, and determines ~the various species of that sin. Secondly, 475 2, 10 | that unbelief derives its various species. Hence, even as 476 2, 10 | Sovereign Good, while there are various ~species of vice opposed 477 2, 10 | Sovereign ~Good by turning to various temporal goods, and also 478 2, 10 | and also in respect of various ~inordinate relations to 479 2, 10 | This argument considers the various species of unbelief ~according 480 2, 10 | of unbelief ~according to various points in which errors occur.~ 481 2, 10 | one ~man from erring in various species of unbelief, even 482 2, 10 | one man may be ~subject to various vices, and to various bodily 483 2, 10 | to various vices, and to various bodily diseases.~Aquin.: 484 2, 10 | distinguish ~according to the various conditions of persons, circumstances 485 2, 12 | God. This may happen ~in various ways according to the different 486 2, 13 | answer that, According to the various interpretations of the sin ~ 487 2, 13 | the Holy Ghost, there are various ways in which it may be 488 2, 22 | divided into a number of ~various species.~Aquin.: SMT SS 489 2, 22 | Philosopher treats has ~various ends and various forms of 490 2, 22 | treats has ~various ends and various forms of fellowship. This 491 2, 22 | miser, whereby he devises various ~roads to gain, is no true 492 2, 23 | can be perfect?~(9) Of the various degrees of charity;~(10) 493 2, 24 | specifically on account ~of the various degrees of goodness in various 494 2, 24 | various degrees of goodness in various persons, so long as it is ~ 495 2, 24 | is God; whereas we give ~various honors to various people, 496 2, 24 | give ~various honors to various people, according to each 497 2, 24 | between a lover and the various ~things loved make a different 498 2, 25 | one in itself, yet it has various degrees according to ~various 499 2, 25 | various degrees according to ~various shares of happiness, and 500 2, 28 | so ~far as the wills of various hearts agree together in


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