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1 1, 3 | practically the same as the opinion of those who ~assert that 2 1, 6 | Para. 2/4~Although this opinion appears to be unreasonable 3 1, 7 | I answer that, A twofold opinion exists on this subject. 4 1, 10 | I answer that, A twofold opinion exists on this subject. 5 1, 10 | must observe that a twofold opinion existed ~concerning spiritual 6 1, 10 | Now according to the first opinion, it must be said that ~there 7 1, 10 | according to the second opinion, it would be necessary to 8 1, 10 | Wherefore because the second opinion is truer, as will be shown ~ 9 1, 12 | there sense, nor image, nor opinion, nor reason, nor ~knowledge 10 1, 12 | the essence of God. This opinion, however, is not tenable. 11 1, 12 | principle. Further the same opinion ~is also against reason. 12 1, 12 | demonstration is ~held only by an opinion resting on a probably proof, 13 1, 12 | accepts it as a probable ~opinion because wise men or most 14 1, 12 | person can have a ~probable opinion that a proposition is demonstrable, 15 1, 13 | by participation, and by opinion?~(11) Whether this name, " 16 1, 13 | reality, but communicable in opinion; just in the same ~way as 17 1, 13 | communicable according to the opinion of ~those who say there 18 1, 13 | in nature, but in human opinion." Nevertheless this name " 19 1, 13 | participation, and according to opinion?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 20 1, 13 | participation, and according to opinion. For where a diverse ~signification 21 1, 13 | Further, as an idol is God in opinion, and not in truth, so the ~ 22 1, 13 | pleasures is called happiness in opinion, and not in ~truth. But 23 1, 13 | God, and to God also in opinion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 24 1, 13 | the true God and to God in opinion is applied ~equivocally.~ 25 1, 13 | and to God ~according to opinion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 26 1, 13 | is used to ~denote God in opinion, or participation. For when 27 1, 13 | name as meaning ~God in opinion, for he would then speak 28 1, 14 | Christ will be born. This opinion, however, is false; both 29 1, 14 | change ~we retained the same opinion about it; or as regards 30 1, 15 | Metaph. ix) rejects the opinion ~of Plato, who held that 31 1, 15 | produced. According to this opinion God would have the idea 32 1, 16 | the fact that a change of opinion occurs about a thing which 33 1, 16 | is changed, ~but not the opinion; and in either way there 34 1, 16 | disappears, the truth of an opinion changes, and consequently 35 1, 16 | far as it signifies a true opinion. When Socrates ~rises, the 36 1, 17 | naturally begets a false opinion. And whereas it is innate 37 1, 17 | gives occasion to false opinion. Hence a thing is not always 38 1, 17 | naturally to produce a false opinion, not in any ~one case, but 39 1, 17 | Herm. ii), that a false ~opinion is contrary to a true one.~ 40 1, 17 | contraries exist, for the false opinion ~concerning Him is contrary 41 1, 17 | truth, inasmuch as the false opinion concerning them is ~contrary 42 1, 17 | is ~contrary to the true opinion of the divine unity.~ 43 1, 22 | which is against common opinion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 44 1, 22 | corruption he adhered to the opinion of the others.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 22 | providence; as was the ~opinion of the Rabbi Moses.~Aquin.: 46 1, 22 | creatures. Thus ~Plato's opinion, as narrated by Gregory 47 1, 23 | former ~life. This was the opinion of Origen, who thought that 48 1, 23 | Apostle, however, rebuts this opinion where he says ~(Rm. 9:11, 49 1, 23 | salvation. But against this ~opinion are all the warnings of 50 1, 23 | This is stated to have the opinion of the Egyptians, who thought ~ 51 1, 24 | of fact, but only in the opinion of men. For it is ~customary 52 1, 24 | merely something in the opinion of men), it can ~therefore 53 1, 24 | only to be referred to the opinion of man, but to the ~reality 54 1, 24 | therein anew; either ~in the opinion of men, or because he begins 55 1, 29 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the opinion of some, the term "substance" 56 1, 29 | subsist; except in the ~opinion of Plato, who asserted that 57 1, 29 | according to the first opinion, but also by force of its 58 1, 31 | We must consider the opinion that the Father is not true 59 1, 32 | notions. But no contrary ~opinion concerning the persons is 60 1, 32 | concerning ~these truths a false opinion of itself involves heresy, 61 1, 32 | anyone may ~have a false opinion without danger of heresy, 62 1, 32 | should entertain a false opinion of the notions, ~knowing 63 1, 36 | Hence, in that point his opinion is not to be held. ~Although, 64 1, 39 | stand for the Person. This opinion ~apparently arose from considering 65 1, 40 | A[2] Body Para. 3/4~This opinion, however, cannot stand - 66 1, 40 | answer that, According to the opinion that the properties do not ~ 67 1, 45 | whence ~came their common opinion that "nothing is made from 68 1, 45 | joined creation. But this opinion arose from ignorance ~concerning 69 1, 46 | De Civ. Dei xi, 4), the opinion of ~philosophers who asserted 70 1, 46 | particular changes to hold the opinion of the ~newness of the whole 71 1, 47 | matter ~alone; and in their opinion the distinction of things 72 1, 47 | Body Para. 4/6~But this opinion cannot stand, for two reasons. 73 1, 47 | because, according to this opinion, the universality of things ~ 74 1, 47 | But according to ~this opinion, it would follow that the 75 1, 48 | speaks there according to the opinion of ~Pythagoreans, who thought 76 1, 48 | time were probable in the opinion of some philosophers. Or, 77 1, 50 | matter and ~form; which opinion Avicebron endeavored to 78 1, 50 | same way; otherwise the opinion of Empedocles ~(De Anima 79 1, 50 | argument comes from the opinion of such as hold that ~matter 80 1, 51 | Q[50], A[1]) it was the opinion of some ~that every being 81 1, 51 | God, followed the above ~opinion of others regarding the 82 1, 51 | fact, but merely using the opinion ~of the Platonists, who 83 1, 52 | De Hebdom.): "The common opinion of the learned is that things ~ 84 1, 54 | speaking according to the ~opinion of such men as contended 85 1, 54 | often makes use of this opinion in ~his books, although 86 1, 57 | movements of the heavens. This opinion does not ~escape the aforesaid 87 1, 60 | 3~The falsity of such an opinion stands in evidence, if one 88 1, 61 | that, There is a twofold opinion on this point to be found 89 1, 61 | especially on ~account of the opinion of Gregory Nazianzen, "whose 90 1, 61 | such as sinned, who, in the opinion of some, ~belonged to the 91 1, 62 | As, then, in Augustine's opinion it is ~contended that the 92 1, 62 | before; ~because, in the opinion of many, he had no grace 93 1, 63 | judgment, but retains ~a right opinion in this respect. In this 94 1, 63 | harmonizes with Anselm's opinion, who says [*De casu diaboli, 95 1, 63 | refused righteousness. To this opinion, as Augustine says (De Civ. ~ 96 1, 63 | evil of itself. Since this ~opinion, however, is in contradiction 97 1, 63 | consequently, this opinion was reasonably rejected 98 1, 63 | that, There is a twofold opinion on this point. But the more ~ 99 1, 63 | terrestrial order. This opinion seems to agree with the 100 1, 63 | order of nature. Nor is this opinion to be rejected as contrary 101 1, 64 | answer that, It was Origen's opinion [*Peri Archon i. 6] that 102 1, 64 | life." Consequently such an opinion must be considered ~erroneous; 103 1, 65 | But according to Origen's ~opinion, the corporeal creature 104 1, 65 | answer that, It was the opinion of some that all corporeal 105 1, 66 | point holy men differ in opinion. Augustine for ~instance ( 106 1, 66 | this would be to hold the opinion of the ancient ~natural 107 1, 66 | Augustine follows in this the opinion of Plato, who does ~not 108 1, 66 | however, that this is not the ~opinion of Augustine. For he (Confess. 109 1, 66 | of Augustine rests on the opinion that the ~angelic nature 110 1, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: As in the opinion of some holy writers matter 111 1, 67 | OBJ 1: According to the opinion of those who hold that the ~ 112 1, 67 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: In the opinion of some the light here spoken 113 1, 68 | elements; and this was the ~opinion of Empedocles, who, however, 114 1, 68 | simple element. Such was the opinion of Plato, who ~held that 115 1, 68 | above these. This is the opinion of Aristotle (De Coel. ~ 116 1, 68 | 8~According to the first opinion, it may, strictly speaking, 117 1, 68 | is incompatible with the opinion of Plato, according to whom ~ 118 1, 68 | on the second day is the opinion of Aristotle, ~seeing that 119 1, 68 | say, in support of this opinion, that bodies may be ~rarefied 120 1, 68 | According to the first opinion, an order of the elements 121 1, 68 | But according to the first opinion, Basil gives ~two replies ( 122 1, 68 | According to the third opinion given, the waters above 123 1, 68 | according to the second opinion, they are above the ~heaven 124 1, 68 | according to the ~first opinion these waters are set there 125 1, 68 | seems to be a diversity of opinion ~between Basil and Chrysostom. 126 1, 68 | corporeal heavens in all, in the opinion of Rabanus.~Aquin.: SMT 127 1, 69 | according to Augustine's ~opinion (De Gen. Contr. Manich. 128 1, 69 | of ~plants, Augustine's opinion differs from that of others. 129 1, 70 | be noted that Augustine's opinion (Gen. ad lit. v, 5) on the ~ 130 1, 70 | Reply OBJ 1: In Augustine's opinion there is no difficulty here; 131 1, 70 | there any difficulty in the opinion of those who hold the heavenly 132 1, 70 | Paradise, to be there. In the opinion of Aristotle, however, the 133 1, 70 | there less ~diversity of opinion among the Doctors of the 134 1, 70 | where such diversity of opinion ~exists, we shall do well 135 1, 70 | appears to be of the same opinion when ~he expresses his belief 136 1, 70 | that ~the difference of opinion between those who affirm, 137 1, 71 | from other writers ~in his opinion about the production of 138 1, 74 | from other expositors. ~His opinion is that all the days that 139 1, 74 | ad lit. ~iv, 28). In the opinion of the others, however, 140 1, 74 | differ, if the ~diversity of opinion existing on two points, 141 1, 74 | produced ~potentially. Now the opinion of Augustine, that the works 142 1, 74 | ad lit. i, 7). It is the ~opinion, however, of Basil (Hom. 143 1, 75 | something corporeal. This ~opinion can be proved to be false 144 1, 75 | expressing not his own ~opinion, but the opinion of those 145 1, 75 | his own ~opinion, but the opinion of those who said that to 146 1, 75 | body is called man in the opinion of those whose ~observation 147 1, 76 | impossible if, according to the ~opinion of Aristotle (De Anima ii, 148 1, 76 | difference, according to the opinion of Aristotle, between the ~ 149 1, 76 | But, according to the ~opinion of Plato, the thing understood 150 1, 76 | knowledge in the brain. ~Which opinion is rejected by Aristotle ( 151 1, 76 | A[3] Body Para. 2/6~The opinion of Plato might be maintained 152 1, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Plato's opinion was that sensation is an 153 1, 39 | stand for the Person. This opinion ~apparently arose from considering 154 1, 40 | A[2] Body Para. 3/4~This opinion, however, cannot stand - 155 1, 40 | answer that, According to the opinion that the properties do not ~ 156 1, 46 | whence ~came their common opinion that "nothing is made from 157 1, 46 | joined creation. But this opinion arose from ignorance ~concerning 158 1, 47 | De Civ. Dei xi, 4), the opinion of ~philosophers who asserted 159 1, 47 | particular changes to hold the opinion of the ~newness of the whole 160 1, 48 | matter ~alone; and in their opinion the distinction of things 161 1, 48 | Body Para. 4/6~But this opinion cannot stand, for two reasons. 162 1, 48 | because, according to this opinion, the universality of things ~ 163 1, 48 | But according to ~this opinion, it would follow that the 164 1, 49 | speaks there according to the opinion of ~Pythagoreans, who thought 165 1, 49 | time were probable in the opinion of some philosophers. Or, 166 1, 51 | matter and ~form; which opinion Avicebron endeavored to 167 1, 51 | same way; otherwise the opinion of Empedocles ~(De Anima 168 1, 51 | argument comes from the opinion of such as hold that ~matter 169 1, 52 | Q[50], A[1]) it was the opinion of some ~that every being 170 1, 52 | God, followed the above ~opinion of others regarding the 171 1, 52 | fact, but merely using the opinion ~of the Platonists, who 172 1, 53 | De Hebdom.): "The common opinion of the learned is that things ~ 173 1, 55 | speaking according to the ~opinion of such men as contended 174 1, 55 | often makes use of this opinion in ~his books, although 175 1, 58 | movements of the heavens. This opinion does not ~escape the aforesaid 176 1, 61 | 3~The falsity of such an opinion stands in evidence, if one 177 1, 62 | that, There is a twofold opinion on this point to be found 178 1, 62 | especially on ~account of the opinion of Gregory Nazianzen, "whose 179 1, 62 | such as sinned, who, in the opinion of some, ~belonged to the 180 1, 63 | As, then, in Augustine's opinion it is ~contended that the 181 1, 63 | before; ~because, in the opinion of many, he had no grace 182 1, 64 | judgment, but retains ~a right opinion in this respect. In this 183 1, 64 | harmonizes with Anselm's opinion, who says [*De casu diaboli, 184 1, 64 | refused righteousness. To this opinion, as Augustine says (De Civ. ~ 185 1, 64 | evil of itself. Since this ~opinion, however, is in contradiction 186 1, 64 | consequently, this opinion was reasonably rejected 187 1, 64 | that, There is a twofold opinion on this point. But the more ~ 188 1, 64 | terrestrial order. This opinion seems to agree with the 189 1, 64 | order of nature. Nor is this opinion to be rejected as contrary 190 1, 65 | answer that, It was Origen's opinion [*Peri Archon i. 6] that 191 1, 65 | life." Consequently such an opinion must be considered ~erroneous; 192 1, 66 | But according to Origen's ~opinion, the corporeal creature 193 1, 66 | answer that, It was the opinion of some that all corporeal 194 1, 67 | point holy men differ in opinion. Augustine for ~instance ( 195 1, 67 | this would be to hold the opinion of the ancient ~natural 196 1, 67 | Augustine follows in this the opinion of Plato, who does ~not 197 1, 67 | however, that this is not the ~opinion of Augustine. For he (Confess. 198 1, 67 | of Augustine rests on the opinion that the ~angelic nature 199 1, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: As in the opinion of some holy writers matter 200 1, 68 | OBJ 1: According to the opinion of those who hold that the ~ 201 1, 68 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: In the opinion of some the light here spoken 202 1, 69 | elements; and this was the ~opinion of Empedocles, who, however, 203 1, 69 | simple element. Such was the opinion of Plato, who ~held that 204 1, 69 | above these. This is the opinion of Aristotle (De Coel. ~ 205 1, 69 | 8~According to the first opinion, it may, strictly speaking, 206 1, 69 | is incompatible with the opinion of Plato, according to whom ~ 207 1, 69 | on the second day is the opinion of Aristotle, ~seeing that 208 1, 69 | say, in support of this opinion, that bodies may be ~rarefied 209 1, 69 | According to the first opinion, an order of the elements 210 1, 69 | But according to the first opinion, Basil gives ~two replies ( 211 1, 69 | According to the third opinion given, the waters above 212 1, 69 | according to the second opinion, they are above the ~heaven 213 1, 69 | according to the ~first opinion these waters are set there 214 1, 69 | seems to be a diversity of opinion ~between Basil and Chrysostom. 215 1, 69 | corporeal heavens in all, in the opinion of Rabanus.~Aquin.: SMT 216 1, 70 | according to Augustine's ~opinion (De Gen. Contr. Manich. 217 1, 70 | of ~plants, Augustine's opinion differs from that of others. 218 1, 71 | be noted that Augustine's opinion (Gen. ad lit. v, 5) on the ~ 219 1, 71 | Reply OBJ 1: In Augustine's opinion there is no difficulty here; 220 1, 71 | there any difficulty in the opinion of those who hold the heavenly 221 1, 71 | Paradise, to be there. In the opinion of Aristotle, however, the 222 1, 71 | there less ~diversity of opinion among the Doctors of the 223 1, 71 | where such diversity of opinion ~exists, we shall do well 224 1, 71 | appears to be of the same opinion when ~he expresses his belief 225 1, 71 | that ~the difference of opinion between those who affirm, 226 1, 71 | from other writers ~in his opinion about the production of 227 1, 73 | from other expositors. ~His opinion is that all the days that 228 1, 73 | ad lit. ~iv, 28). In the opinion of the others, however, 229 1, 73 | differ, if the ~diversity of opinion existing on two points, 230 1, 73 | produced ~potentially. Now the opinion of Augustine, that the works 231 1, 73 | ad lit. i, 7). It is the ~opinion, however, of Basil (Hom. 232 1, 74 | something corporeal. This ~opinion can be proved to be false 233 1, 74 | expressing not his own ~opinion, but the opinion of those 234 1, 74 | his own ~opinion, but the opinion of those who said that to 235 1, 74 | body is called man in the opinion of those whose ~observation 236 1, 75 | impossible if, according to the ~opinion of Aristotle (De Anima ii, 237 1, 75 | difference, according to the opinion of Aristotle, between the ~ 238 1, 75 | But, according to the ~opinion of Plato, the thing understood 239 1, 75 | knowledge in the brain. ~Which opinion is rejected by Aristotle ( 240 1, 75 | A[3] Body Para. 2/6~The opinion of Plato might be maintained 241 1, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Plato's opinion was that sensation is an 242 1, 78 | answer that, According to the opinion of Plato, there is no need 243 1, 78 | required for seeing. But in the opinion of others, light is required 244 1, 78 | Body Para. 2/3~But this opinion is clearly opposed to the 245 1, 78 | Para. 3/3 ~The foregoing opinion is also opposed to reason. 246 1, 78 | De Fide Orth. ii) that "opinion rises ~from the imagination: 247 1, 78 | the truth or error of ~the opinion discovers the truth: whence" 248 1, 78 | variety of powers. For "opinion" ~signifies an act of the 249 1, 83 | state of flux, they were of opinion that we can have no certain 250 1, 83 | however ~were of a contrary opinion. For Plato, having observed 251 1, 83 | Body Para. 2/4~But this opinion will not hold. First, because 252 1, 83 | the ~falseness of this opinion is clearly proved from the 253 1, 83 | De Anima v) setting this opinion aside, held that ~the intelligible 254 1, 83 | Body Para. 3/5~But in this opinion no sufficient reason can 255 1, 83 | types, we come back to the opinion of Plato who ~said that 256 1, 83 | And the reason for this opinion was that both Democritus 257 1, 83 | Augustine seems to touch on this opinion (Gen. ~ad lit. xii, 24) 258 1, 83 | Para. 4/4~According to this opinion, then, on the part of the 259 1, 83 | since, according to the opinion of Plato, the ~imagination 260 1, 83 | according ~to the above opinion, in the imagination there 261 1, 83 | hold, according to the ~opinion of Aristotle, that the action 262 1, 84 | would be error in this opinion or assertion. But if we 263 1, 84 | is no error in such an ~opinion or assertion, because an 264 1, 84 | because it would lead to the opinion of the ancients who ~maintained 265 1, 84 | on his taste. Thus every ~opinion would be equally true; in 266 1, 84 | This also appears ~from the opinion of the ancient philosophers, 267 1, 84 | considered, according to the opinion of ~Aristotle, is neither 268 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, opinion and reasoning belong to 269 1, 84 | Second ~Objection concerning opinion and reasoning, and to the 270 1, 85 | of the ~future. Such an opinion would be reasonable if we 271 1, 87 | 7~I answer that, In the opinion of Plato, immaterial substances 272 1, 87 | 2/7~But in Aristotle's opinion, which experience corroborates, 273 1, 87 | A[1] Body Para. 4/7~This opinion, however, is untrue. First, 274 1, 87 | A[1]). Secondly, this ~opinion is untrue, because in the 275 1, 87 | the colors. Thirdly, this opinion is untrue, because ~granted 276 1, 87 | Para. 5/7~Fourthly, this opinion is untrue, because it is 277 1, 87 | Body Para. 2/2~Now this opinion would be true, were immaterial 278 1, 88 | there in accordance with the opinion that ~demons have bodies 279 1, 88 | expressly sets ~down this opinion, though apparently rather 280 1, 88 | however, seem to be divided in opinion as regards ~the souls of 281 1, 88 | 63:16). He confirms this opinion by saying that he was not ~ 282 1, 88 | We cannot believe." His opinion, indeed, seems ~to be the 283 1, 89 | among which the first is the opinion that "God ~made the soul 284 1, 89 | free from matter. Of this ~opinion we have already spoken ( 285 1, 89 | Therefore, if we admit the opinion of Augustine about the work 286 1, 90 | Philosopher refutes this opinion ~(Metaph. vii), for the 287 1, 92 | Augustine rejects this opinion (De Trin. xii, 5,6). First, 288 1, 92 | memory only, which, in ~his opinion, is nothing else than habitual 289 1, 92 | to the body, "are in the opinion of some made to God's ~likeness." 290 1, 93 | 3~I answer that, in the opinion of some, deception may mean 291 1, 93 | without assent of belief. This opinion was held with the idea ~ 292 1, 93 | man to entertain a false opinion in such ~matters, and that 293 1, 93 | Body Para. 2/3~Such an opinion, however, is not fitting 294 1, 93 | knowledge, but no false opinion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 295 1, 93 | been to entertain a false ~opinion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 296 1, 94 | speaks according to the opinion of those ~who held that 297 1, 94 | temptation, according to the opinion of those who say that he 298 1, 95 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the opinion of some, those animals which 299 1, 99 | assertion, but only as ~an opinion, which is clear from his 300 1, 101 | spiritual; while others, whose ~opinion, I confess, hold that paradise 301 1, 101 | equinoctial line are ~of opinion that such a situation is 302 1, 102 | happened by chance. But such an opinion ~can be refuted as impossible 303 1, 102 | Foolish therefore was the opinion of those who said that the 304 1, 102 | Nat. Hom.) reproves the opinion of ~Plato who divides providence 305 1, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Plato's opinion is to be rejected, because 306 1, 103 | above (Q[19], A[4]), such an opinion is entirely false, and absolutely ~ 307 1, 107 | err and speak against the opinion of ~Dionysius who place 308 1, 107 | middle terms he can have opinion or belief about the ~conclusion, 309 1, 109 | alleged is according to the opinion of Aristotle ~who laid down ( 310 1, 109 | sufficient; therefore in our ~opinion we must assert that the 311 1, 109 | Avicenna followed them in this opinion to some extent, ~for he 312 1, 111 | explanation rests on the opinion of the Platonists, who said 313 1, 111 | is than ~multitude. This opinion is verified as regards the 314 1, 112 | according to Gregory's opinion (Hom. xxxiv in ~Ev.).~Aquin.: 315 1, 112 | time of birth. The latter opinion Jerome approves (vide A, 316 1, 114 | action to bodies. This is the opinion of Avicebron in his ~book 317 1, 114 | means of the fire. ~And this opinion seems to be derived from 318 1, 114 | Body Para. 3/5~But this opinion of Avicebron goes further 319 1, 114 | And this is the ~second opinion concerning the action of 320 1, 114 | Body Para. 4/5~The third opinion is that of Democritus, who 321 1, 114 | the passive body. ~This opinion is disproved by Aristotle ( 322 1, 114 | of ~the stars." But this opinion is manifestly false. For 323 1, 114 | thereto (A[4]). But this opinion is proved to be false from 324 1, 114 | happen ~of necessity. This opinion is refuted by Aristotle ( 325 1, 115 | God, let him keep to his opinion, but hold his tongue." ~ 326 1, 116 | intelligible apprehension. This opinion is true so far as ~knowledge 327 1, 116 | to various phantasms, his opinion is false, as stated above ( 328 1, 116 | Besides this, there is the opinion of the Platonists, who held 329 1, 117 | God (Q[65], A[4]). This opinion would hold if the sensitive ~ 330 1, 117 | shall then come ~back to the opinion of those who held the existence 331 1, 117 | is in keeping ~with the opinion of Origen, who held that 332 1, 118 | inadmissible. ~First, because this opinion judges of living bodies 333 2, 5 | that man ~have the assured opinion of never losing the good 334 2, 5 | that he possesses. If ~this opinion be true, it follows that 335 2, 5 | he should have a false ~opinion: because the false is the 336 2, 13 | contemplation; in so far as one opinion is preferred to ~another. 337 2, 13 | assenting to this or that opinion. It is exterior action that 338 2, 14 | most certainly good in ~the opinion of wise and spiritual men 339 2, 14 | not certainly good in the ~opinion of many, or at least of 340 2, 19 | falsehood, for as much as an opinion is said ~to be true or false. 341 2, 24 | that, On this question the opinion of the Stoics differed from ~ 342 2, 24 | Cicero, following their opinion (De Tusc. ~Quaest. iii, 343 2, 34 | were wrong in holding this opinion. Because, since ~none can 344 2, 36 | Ethic. x, 3) that "this opinion," which ~held repletion 345 2, 36 | have ~maintained: whose opinion is refuted by the Philosopher 346 2, 41 | which damages him in the opinion of others. And ~thus, if 347 2, 47 | angry with those who, in our opinion, have hurt us on purpose. 348 2, 50 | Body Para. 2/5~Now this opinion contains some truth, and 349 2, 51 | this. Wherefore a habit of opinion needs to be caused by many ~ 350 2, 52 | Aristotle alludes to this opinion in the Predicaments ~(Categor. 351 2, 52 | Categor. vi). The third opinion was that of the Stoics, 352 2, 52 | the virtues. The fourth opinion was held by some who ~said 353 2, 53 | corrupt the habit of a true opinion or even of ~science. Hence 354 2, 53 | have said of science and opinion. Some, however, viz. the ~ 355 2, 55 | to ~evil; for instance, opinion is referred both to the 356 2, 57 | virtue, so also ~should opinion be.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] 357 2, 57 | never tell a falsehood. But opinion and suspicion can be about 358 2, 58 | intellectual virtues. This was the opinion ~of Socrates, who said " 359 2, 59 | that ~of others. It was the opinion of the Stoics that the passions 360 2, 59 | Philosopher rejects this opinion ~(Ethic. ii, 3), when he 361 2, 59 | reason for holding this opinion was that sorrow is about ~ 362 2, 63 | polished. This ~was the opinion of the Platonists. Others 363 2, 64 | are contradictory: but the opinion stating that "good is ~good" 364 2, 64 | good" is contrary to the opinion stating that "good is not 365 2, 64 | but in so ~far as human opinion itself takes a middle position 366 2, 66 | first is according to ~the opinion of those who understood 367 2, 66 | among virtues followed the opinion of those ~who hold these 368 2, 67 | consequently, according to ~this opinion, neither science nor any 369 2, 67 | Body Para. 2/3~But this opinion is contrary to the mind 370 2, 67 | syllogism, together with opinion through a probable ~syllogism, 371 2, 67 | imperfect knowledge applies to ~opinion, faith, and science. For 372 2, 67 | For it is essential to opinion that we ~assent to one of 373 2, 67 | place, for it surpasses opinion in so far as its adhesion 374 2, 73 | 1/1~I answer that, The opinion of the Stoics, which Cicero 375 2, 73 | sins are equal: from which ~opinion arose the error of certain 376 2, 74 | a mortal sin, and this ~opinion is more common and more 377 2, 74 | In this sense the first ~opinion is true.~Aquin.: SMT FS 378 2, 74 | mortal sin, as the ~second opinion maintains.~Aquin.: SMT FS 379 2, 77 | states (Ethic. vii, 2), the opinion of ~Socrates was that knowledge 380 2, 77 | actual knowledge or ~true opinion about a universal affirmative 381 2, 77 | at the same ~time a false opinion about a particular negative 382 2, 77 | proposition, and actually a false opinion ~about a particular negative: 383 2, 81 | they will never ~die, (an opinion which Jerome mentions among 384 2, 81 | it is evident that in the opinion of philosophers, the active ~ 385 2, 93 | with things, ~since "an opinion is true or false according 386 2, 98 | understood as expressing the opinion of the people, who ~thought 387 2, 100 | In this sense, the first opinion is true. Because it is not ~ 388 2, 100 | In this sense the second opinion is true in saying ~that 389 2, 100 | yield ~in judgment, to the opinion of the most part, to stray 390 2, 103 | have been a difference of ~opinion between Jerome and Augustine. 391 2, 103 | being evil ~in itself: which opinion they gathered from certain 392 2, 103 | therefore follow the third opinion, and hold that these foods ~ 393 2, 108 | desire. And they held this opinion about murder and ~adultery 394 2, 108 | witness. They held a false opinion about ~perjury, for they 395 2, 1 | mean between science and opinion. Now the ~mean is in the 396 2, 1 | Since, then, science and ~opinion are about propositions, 397 2, 1 | temperance, while having a false opinion about what one is doing. ~ 398 2, 1 | believer to have a false opinion through a human ~conjecture, 399 2, 1 | quite impossible for a false opinion to be the ~outcome of faith.~ 400 2, 1 | opposite side, there will be ~opinion, while, if there be certainty 401 2, 1 | that neither faith nor opinion can be of things seen either 402 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, opinion is further from science 403 2, 1 | is said to stand between opinion and science. Now opinion 404 2, 1 | opinion and science. Now opinion and ~science can, in a way, 405 2, 1 | Poster. i), "science and opinion ~about the same object can 406 2, 1 | incompatible with either opinion or faith, ~yet for different 407 2, 1 | science is incompatible with opinion ~about the same object simply, 408 2, 1 | whereas it is ~essential to opinion, that its object should 409 2, 2 | with doubt, suspicion and opinion. Hence ~it is proper to 410 2, 2 | belief is a mean between opinion and scientific ~knowledge 411 2, 2 | nor on the other hand is opinion. Therefore belief is not 412 2, 2 | whereas in the case of ~opinion, there is no firm assent, 413 2, 4 | we distinguish it ~from opinion, suspicion, and doubt, which 414 2, 4 | absent things which surpasses opinion but ~falls short of science," 415 2, 5 | knowledge, but merely an opinion about it. ~Now it is manifest 416 2, 5 | articles, but only a kind of ~opinion in accordance with his own 417 2, 10 | for one who has a false opinion of God, to know Him ~in 418 2, 10 | because the object of his opinion is not God. ~Therefore it 419 2, 10 | unbelief ~turns, is the false opinion that it follows: and it 420 2, 10 | himself: "It was once my opinion that none should be compelled 421 2, 10 | arguments. ~However this opinion of mine is undone, not by 422 2, 11 | adherence to one's own false opinion, and from this it derives 423 2, 11 | faith, if a man has a false opinion in matters that are not 424 2, 11 | when a person has a false opinion about ~things belonging 425 2, 11 | false and perverse their opinion may ~be, defend it without 426 2, 11 | anxiety, ready to mend their opinion, when they have found the 427 2, 11 | holy doctors defended their opinion." Hence Jerome says (Exposit. ~ 428 2, 12 | merely ~in respect of the opinion in the intellect; in the 429 2, 12 | in the second way this ~opinion is united to a certain detestation 430 2, 19 | and ~sinful. Now the true opinion of the intellect about God 431 2, 19 | 11]: while ~it is a false opinion that He refuses pardon to 432 2, 19 | conformity with the true ~opinion, is praiseworthy and virtuous, 433 2, 19 | conformity with the false opinion about God, is ~vicious and 434 2, 19 | man, while having a right opinion in the universal, ~is not 435 2, 19 | pass from the ~universal opinion to the appetite for a particular 436 2, 28 | friends need not ~agree in opinion, but only upon such goods 437 2, 28 | proceeds from a ~difference of opinion, because one man thinks 438 2, 36 | parties clings to his own ~opinion, rather than acquiesce with 439 2, 36 | when they hold to their own opinion in their hearts, so are 440 2, 36 | when each defends his own opinion by words. Consequently ~ 441 2, 36 | wit, he clings to his own ~opinion, as stated above (Q[37], 442 2, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the opinion of Augustine (Ep. xxviii, 443 2, 45 | than his own good. But this opinion is opposed to ~charity, 444 2, 45 | not a virtue but a true ~opinion."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 445 2, 46 | Scip. i) following the opinion of Plotinus ascribes to 446 2, 46 | method is ~to arrive at an opinion through probable premises, 447 2, 47 | Scip. i, 8] following the opinion ~of Plotinus places docility 448 2, 47 | Now a right estimate or opinion is acquired in two ways, 449 2, 47 | disposed to acquire a right opinion from another man, so ~shrewdness 450 2, 47 | Scip. i], following the opinion of ~Plotinus, numbers reason 451 2, 48 | in accordance ~with the opinion of many.~Aquin.: SMT SS 452 2, 57 | that they hold a ~false opinion who maintain that it is 453 2, 57 | an unjust man. But this opinion would not be false unless 454 2, 58 | is seemingly an uncertain opinion about an ~evil, wherefore 455 2, 58 | have any but ~an uncertain opinion about contingent singulars. 456 2, 58 | nothing more than a man's ~opinion, and consequently does not 457 2, 58 | forming a definite and fixed ~opinion." The third degree is when 458 2, 58 | through having an evil opinion of a good man, because in 459 2, 60 | personal dignity in the opinion of ~other men.~Aquin.: SMT 460 2, 62 | I do not ~agree with the opinion that one may kill a man 461 2, 65 | according to ~his private opinion but pronounces sentence 462 2, 65 | according to his private opinion.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 463 2, 68 | questioned about ~matters of opinion and report, since he may 464 2, 68 | would detract in public opinion from the dignity and ~authority 465 2, 71 | his ~hearers to have a bad opinion of the person against whom 466 2, 81 | that serveth God." Another opinion held that all things, even 467 2, 81 | connection of causes: and ~this opinion also excluded the utility 468 2, 81 | prayer. There was a third ~opinion of those who held that human 469 2, 81 | us not to obtain." This ~opinion is true to a certain extent, 470 2, 86 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~But this opinion is based on a false supposition: 471 2, 89 | learn that we have a good opinion of him: so that in consequence 472 2, 92 | due to them. This was the opinion of Hermes ~Trismegistus [* 473 2, 92 | of poets. The remaining opinion relating ~to images was 474 2, 92 | which only means a false opinion. Therefore heresy is a ~ 475 2, 93 | use of a vain and false opinion if, by observing ~the stars, 476 2, 93 | based on a false and vain opinion; and so ~the operation of 477 2, 93 | when it is based on a false opinion. Wherefore we must ~consider 478 2, 93 | referring perhaps to the common opinion ~about him: in this sense 479 2, 93 | dispositions of the stars, his opinion is vain and ~false, and 480 2, 108 | another to have a false opinion, by ~deceiving him, does 481 2, 108 | done by raising a false opinion in a person's ~mind, than 482 2, 108 | causes him to have a false ~opinion, wherefore it is contrary 483 2, 108 | other hand, if the ~false opinion engendered by the lie be 484 2, 110 | boasting as exceeding men's opinion.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[112] A[ 485 2, 121 | affairs of civil life, this opinion must ~be qualified: and 486 2, 121 | there was a difference of opinion between the ~Peripatetics 487 2, 123 | OBJ 3: According to the opinion of Stoics, who held temporal 488 2, 123 | account, and this was also the opinion of the Peripatetics. ~Hence 489 2, 127 | signifies also a strong ~opinion, and since one may come 490 2, 127 | may come to have a strong opinion about something, ~not only 491 2, 127 | which ~gives one a strong opinion that one will obtain a certain 492 2, 127 | strengthened by a strong opinion. Now the ~mode applied to 493 2, 128 | simply, but only in ~the opinion of fools, such as wearing 494 2, 128 | truth, but in people's opinion. Hence Seneca says (De Quat. 495 2, 130 | more for truth than for opinion. Again it is ~incompatible 496 2, 130 | much ~attached to his own opinion, being unwilling to believe 497 2, 131 | clings too much to his own opinion, whereby he thinks ~himself 498 2, 131 | things, and having a high opinion of himself ~in others. Wherefore 499 2, 136 | too persistent in his own opinion, ~is that he wishes by this 500 2, 140 | disgrace of a sin in the opinion of men, but not as regards


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