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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Further, no science deals with individual facts. But this sacred ~ 2 1, 1 | sacred ~science treats of individual facts, such as the deeds 3 1, 1 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Individual facts are treated of in 4 1, 3 | individualization. But God ~seems to be individual, for He cannot be predicated 5 1, 3 | whereby man is man. Now individual matter, with ~all the individualizing 6 1, 3 | individualization is not due to individual matter - that is to say, 7 1, 7 | it is possible for any individual of any species to be ~made 8 1, 12 | being only in ~this one individual matter; as all bodies. But 9 1, 12 | Therefore what exists only in individual matter we know naturally, ~ 10 1, 12 | knows things existing in individual ~matter; hence sense knows 11 1, 12 | natures which exist only in individual matter; not as they are 12 1, 12 | not as they are in such ~individual matter, but according as 13 1, 13 | particular cause of this ~individual which it places under the 14 1, 13 | for the plurality of this individual thing cannot ~be; nor can 15 1, 13 | no name signifying any ~individual thing is properly communicable 16 1, 13 | the sun as signifying this individual thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 14 | Whether He has knowledge of individual things?~(12) Whether He 18 1, 14 | individualized except by individual matter. Hence he who knows 19 1, 14 | cannot be the likeness of the individual principles; and on ~that 20 1, 14 | species or principles of the individual; hence by it ~God knows 21 1, 14 | the likeness of only one ~individual thing, and can give the 22 1, 14 | the knowledge of only one individual. But ~the intelligible species 23 1, 14 | likeness of ~man not as to the individual principles, but as to the 24 1, 15 | through some other form. Now individual things, according to ~Plato, 25 1, 18 | nourishment to ~preserve the individual. For this reason life is 26 1, 19 | individuals, not to every individual of each class; in which 27 1, 22 | corruptible things not in their individual ~selves, but only according 28 1, 22 | general, but even in their own individual selves. This is mad ~evident 29 1, 22 | God: not, however, that individual ~irrational creatures escape 30 1, 25 | something else better than each individual thing: ~and He can make 31 1, 29 | that is, "a person is an individual ~substance of a rational 32 1, 29 | is the former, the ~word "individual" is superfluous, because 33 1, 29 | because first substance is individual ~substance; if it stands 34 1, 29 | second substance, the word "individual" is ~false, for there is 35 1, 29 | rational nature), the word ~"individual" which is an intentional 36 1, 29 | the separated soul is an individual substance of the ~rational 37 1, 29 | certain special way, the individual belongs to ~the genus of 38 1, 29 | the particular and the ~individual are found in the rational 39 1, 29 | Para. 3/3~Thus the term "individual substance" is placed in 40 1, 29 | hypostasis; ~nor is the term "individual" superfluously added, forasmuch 41 1, 29 | only a part. But where "individual" is ~added, the idea of 42 1, 29 | first and second, and when ~"individual" is added, it is restricted 43 1, 29 | unnamed. And so the term "individual" is placed in the ~definition 44 1, 29 | it cannot be called an individual substance, which is the ~ 45 1, 29 | the ~Greeks called the individual substance of the rational 46 1, 29 | of matter and form is the individual substance ~called "hypostasis" 47 1, 29 | the word, signifies any individual of the genus ~substance; 48 1, 29 | of speaking, it means the individual of ~the rational nature, 49 1, 29 | the species, ~but not the individual principles. Hence in things 50 1, 29 | hypostasis and person add the individual ~principles to the idea 51 1, 29 | inasmuch as ~it belongs to some individual things to subsist, from 52 1, 29 | however, belongs to the ~same individual things in relation to the 53 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The individual composed of matter and form 54 1, 29 | makes it ~subsist as an individual. On this account, therefore, 55 1, 29 | God cannot be called an individual substance, since the principle ~ 56 1, 29 | that is, a subsistent individual of a rational nature. Hence, ~ 57 1, 29 | dignity, therefore every individual of the ~rational nature 58 1, 29 | God cannot be called an "individual" in the sense ~that His 59 1, 29 | person" is this: "The ~individual substance of the rational 60 1, 29 | in general signifies the individual ~substance of a rational 61 1, 29 | of a rational figure. The individual in itself is undivided, ~ 62 1, 29 | Reply OBJ 3: In God the individual - i.e. distinct and incommunicable ~ 63 1, 30 | God. For ~person is "the individual substance of a rational 64 1, 30 | the ~addition of the term "individual." To signify the substance 65 1, 30 | those persons, and their ~individual undividedness; for it is 66 1, 30 | person contains the word "individual"; as we say that ~to be 67 1, 30 | species, but as a vague individual ~thing. The names of genera 68 1, 30 | or "species." The vague ~individual thing, as "some man," signifies 69 1, 30 | signifies the nature, or the ~individual on the part of its nature, 70 1, 30 | not given to signify the ~individual on the part of the nature, 71 1, 31 | be said exclusively of an individual contained in that term: 72 1, 33 | Moreover ~"person" is an individual substance. Therefore this 73 1, 34 | person; for person is an individual substance of a rational 74 1, 39 | nature of the species is made individual by the matter, ~and thus 75 1, 39 | is as the form, and the individual is the ~"suppositum" of 76 1, 40 | hypostasis" ~signifies an individual in the genus of substance. 77 1, 40 | since ~hypostasis means an individual substance. So, as relation 78 1, 40 | that, "person is ~the individual substance of a rational 79 1, 40 | person and hypostasis are ~individual substances. Consequently, 80 1, 41 | of the Father, what the ~individual form is to the individual 81 1, 41 | individual form is to the individual creature. Now the individual 82 1, 41 | individual creature. Now the individual form in ~things created 83 1, 42 | and ~according to each individual cause - so are there many 84 1, 45 | something else. For an individual man cannot be the cause 85 1, 45 | matter whereby he is an individual man. But ~as an individual 86 1, 45 | individual man. But ~as an individual man participates human nature, 87 1, 45 | according "as it is one ~individual," and according "as it is 88 1, 47 | things there is only one individual of each ~species, forasmuch 89 1, 50 | that exist in matter are individual forms ~which the intellect 90 1, 50 | Hence it must be that every ~individual substance is altogether 91 1, 50 | so if there were but one ~individual under one species. Therefore 92 1, 50 | preponderates over the good of the ~individual. Hence it is much better 93 1, 54 | accident which belongs to the individual, and which ~does not belong 94 1, 57 | know. But angels ~guard individual men, according to Ps. 90: 95 1, 57 | nature, but likewise in their individual conditions, in so far ~as 96 1, 60 | more than itself: and each ~individual naturally loves the good 97 1, 60 | species more than its own ~individual good. Now God is not only 98 1, 64 | secrets are imparted to an individual; the other is effective, 99 1, 64 | species is completed in ~individual things, they know some things 100 1, 65 | and that from such ~the individual sensible things that we 101 1, 73 | as the production of many individual ~beings, and even of certain 102 1, 73 | their causes, as those ~individual creatures that are now generated 103 1, 75 | while ~matter is part of the individual, and not the species. This 104 1, 75 | so it would only know the individual: just as it ~happens with 105 1, 75 | primary matter receives individual forms; whereas ~the intelligence 106 1, 76 | because since Socrates is an individual in a ~nature of one essence 107 1, 76 | intellect, my ~intellect is an individual, and so is yours; for individuals 108 1, 76 | be reckoned as something individual, and be only ~potentially 109 1, 76 | therefore, that the same ~individual knowledge which is in the 110 1, 76 | is impossible that ~one individual intellectual soul should 111 1, 76 | substances, and ~consequently individual, they could not understand 112 1, 76 | from the ~conditions of individual matter, there will be a 113 1, 76 | would necessarily be an individual intellect, ~and the species 114 1, 76 | whereby it understands, an individual species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 115 1, 76 | to gather knowledge from individual things by way of the senses, 116 1, 39 | nature of the species is made individual by the matter, ~and thus 117 1, 39 | is as the form, and the individual is the ~"suppositum" of 118 1, 40 | hypostasis" ~signifies an individual in the genus of substance. 119 1, 40 | since ~hypostasis means an individual substance. So, as relation 120 1, 40 | that, "person is ~the individual substance of a rational 121 1, 40 | person and hypostasis are ~individual substances. Consequently, 122 1, 41 | of the Father, what the ~individual form is to the individual 123 1, 41 | individual form is to the individual creature. Now the individual 124 1, 41 | individual creature. Now the individual form in ~things created 125 1, 42 | and ~according to each individual cause - so are there many 126 1, 46 | something else. For an individual man cannot be the cause 127 1, 46 | matter whereby he is an individual man. But ~as an individual 128 1, 46 | individual man. But ~as an individual man participates human nature, 129 1, 46 | according "as it is one ~individual," and according "as it is 130 1, 48 | things there is only one individual of each ~species, forasmuch 131 1, 51 | that exist in matter are individual forms ~which the intellect 132 1, 51 | Hence it must be that every ~individual substance is altogether 133 1, 51 | so if there were but one ~individual under one species. Therefore 134 1, 51 | preponderates over the good of the ~individual. Hence it is much better 135 1, 55 | accident which belongs to the individual, and which ~does not belong 136 1, 58 | know. But angels ~guard individual men, according to Ps. 90: 137 1, 58 | nature, but likewise in their individual conditions, in so far ~as 138 1, 61 | more than itself: and each ~individual naturally loves the good 139 1, 61 | species more than its own ~individual good. Now God is not only 140 1, 65 | secrets are imparted to an individual; the other is effective, 141 1, 65 | species is completed in ~individual things, they know some things 142 1, 66 | and that from such ~the individual sensible things that we 143 1, 72 | as the production of many individual ~beings, and even of certain 144 1, 72 | their causes, as those ~individual creatures that are now generated 145 1, 74 | while ~matter is part of the individual, and not the species. This 146 1, 74 | so it would only know the individual: just as it ~happens with 147 1, 74 | primary matter receives individual forms; whereas ~the intelligence 148 1, 75 | because since Socrates is an individual in a ~nature of one essence 149 1, 75 | intellect, my ~intellect is an individual, and so is yours; for individuals 150 1, 75 | be reckoned as something individual, and be only ~potentially 151 1, 75 | therefore, that the same ~individual knowledge which is in the 152 1, 75 | is impossible that ~one individual intellectual soul should 153 1, 75 | substances, and ~consequently individual, they could not understand 154 1, 75 | from the ~conditions of individual matter, there will be a 155 1, 75 | would necessarily be an individual intellect, ~and the species 156 1, 75 | whereby it understands, an individual species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 157 1, 75 | to gather knowledge from individual things by way of the senses, 158 1, 77 | the head: for it compares individual ~intentions, just as the 159 1, 77 | past by the application of individual intentions. Avicenna, ~however, 160 1, 78 | abstraction from the conditions of individual matter: ~which power is 161 1, 78 | part, which apprehends individual things. For past, as past, 162 1, 78 | fixed time, is something individual.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 163 1, 78 | of ~understanding is an individual act, existing in this or 164 1, 78 | understanding, though something individual, is yet an immaterial ~act, 165 1, 78 | though it be itself an individual ~intellect, so also it understands 166 1, 78 | understanding, which is an ~individual act, in the past, present, 167 1, 78 | differentiated ~according to the individual differences of that object: 168 1, 78 | knowledge applied to an individual case. But the ~application 169 1, 79 | sensitive knowledge, which is of individual things. But ~there is no 170 1, 79 | movement of the soul to individual things, seemingly ~every 171 1, 79 | the appetite regards an individual thing. Therefore the ~intellectual 172 1, 79 | appetite, though it tends to individual things which exist outside 173 1, 80 | reason,' because it compares individual ~intentions. Wherefore in 174 1, 81 | will. For there are certain individual goods which have not ~a 175 1, 81 | is not ~subjected to any individual good. And therefore it is 176 1, 81 | its own species or of the ~individual. The king also, who aims 177 1, 83 | natures and forms of each individual result, ~for instance, of 178 1, 83 | Plato, concerning a certain ~individual. Therefore we have some 179 1, 83 | at times ~the soul of an individual wanting in one of the senses 180 1, 83 | a nature to exist ~in an individual, and this cannot be apart 181 1, 83 | nature of a stone to be in an individual ~stone, and to the nature 182 1, 83 | nature of a horse to be in an individual horse, and so ~forth. Wherefore 183 1, 83 | known as existing ~in the individual. Now we apprehend the individual 184 1, 83 | individual. Now we apprehend the individual through the senses and ~ 185 1, 83 | universal nature existing in the individual. But if the ~proper object 186 1, 83 | subsisted apart from the ~individual; there would be no need 187 1, 83 | phantasm is the likeness of an individual thing; ~wherefore the imagination 188 1, 83 | further likeness of the ~individual, whereas the intellect does.~ 189 1, 83 | he may produce a certain individual knife; and in ~like manner 190 1, 84 | only have knowledge of the individual. There is another grade 191 1, 84 | not as existing in this individual matter. But to know what 192 1, 84 | But to know what is in ~individual matter, not as existing 193 1, 84 | abstract the ~form from individual matter which is represented 194 1, 84 | the species apart from its individual qualities ~represented by 195 1, 84 | common, and "signate" ~or individual; common, such as flesh and 196 1, 84 | such as flesh and bone; and individual, as this ~flesh and these 197 1, 84 | natural thing from the individual sensible matter, but not 198 1, 84 | species as such, ~but to the individual (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 10), 199 1, 84 | sensible matter, not only from individual, but also from common matter; ~ 200 1, 84 | intelligible matter, but only from individual matter. For ~sensible matter 201 1, 84 | is to abstract them from individual intelligible ~matter. But 202 1, 84 | OBJ 3: Colors, as being in individual corporeal matter, have the ~ 203 1, 84 | universal to the singular and ~individual" (Phys. i, 1)~Aquin.: SMT 204 1, 84 | because sense has singular and individual things for its ~object, 205 1, 84 | knowledge of the singular and individual ~is prior, as regards us, 206 1, 84 | humanity as existing in the individual. And thus ~we must distinguish 207 1, 84 | the species and not to the individual, or the genus: because the 208 1, 84 | time, as also from other ~individual conditions. Therefore the 209 1, 84 | and the particular from individual ~matter. The second comparison 210 1, 84 | these things ~together with individual matter; and according to 211 1, 85 | singularity in material things is individual matter, whereas our ~intellect, 212 1, 85 | what is abstracted from ~individual matter is the universal. 213 1, 85 | which ~is abstracted from individual matter, and which consequently 214 1, 85 | consequently is not ~limited to one individual, but, considered in itself, 215 1, 88 | cause of ~universal and individual principles (Q[14], A[2]), 216 1, 91 | Reply OBJ 1: As regards the individual nature, woman is defective 217 1, 91 | destroyed in order that ~individual evil might be avoided; especially 218 1, 91 | perfection of Adam, not as ~an individual, but as the principle of 219 1, 91 | immediately by God. ~For no individual is produced immediately 220 1, 91 | immediately by God from another individual ~alike in species. But the 221 1, 91 | from ~any other matter an individual of the human species cannot 222 1, 91 | argument is verified when an individual is begotten, ~by natural 223 1, 92 | than man; ~for though each individual thing is good, all things 224 1, 92 | but that one and the same individual does not participate in 225 1, 92 | Therefore, as woman is an ~individual of the human species, it 226 1, 92 | it is clear that every individual is not ~an image of God.~ 227 1, 92 | sexes were united in one individual. But in a secondary ~sense 228 1, 92 | can be compared to each individual thing both as its preamble, 229 1, 92 | inasmuch as man is an ~individual good; and, again, the good 230 1, 93 | contingent events, and some individual facts, as for instance the ~ 231 1, 96 | THE PRESERVATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE PRIMITIVE STATE ( 232 1, 96 | the preservation of the individual; secondly, as ~regards the 233 1, 97 | which is corruptible in the individual. Wherefore there ~is no 234 1, 97 | is no generation in those individual things which last for ever. 235 1, 97 | species, but also in the individual; wherefore even the ~individuals 236 1, 97 | the multiplication of the individual.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 237 1, 98 | nature considered in the individual case: ~but not against the 238 1, 99 | state of innocence. But ~individual accidents do not necessarily 239 1, 100 | perfection of knowledge was an individual accident of ~our first parent, 240 1, 102 | Reply OBJ 3: If we consider individual goods, then two are better 241 1, 102 | we may consider in the individual ~the effects of the government 242 1, 102 | corruptible ~lower world, or individual things, or that even human 243 1, 105 | inferior a more particular and individual knowledge. But more is ~ 244 1, 109 | manifest that the power of ~any individual body is more particular 245 1, 112 | the proper forms of ~each individual, which are the rational 246 1, 112 | inasmuch as a man is an individual, and thus to one man one 247 1, 112 | in his own regard. Hence individual ~angels are appointed to 248 1, 112 | angels are appointed to guard individual men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 249 1, 112 | sent have guardianship of ~individual men; but some orders have 250 1, 118 | species; secondly, as in the ~individual. And whereas the form and 251 1, 118 | nature considered in general; individual signate matter, and ~the 252 1, 118 | considered in this particular individual. Thus a soul and body belong 253 1, 118 | cannot exist but in one ~individual matter: thus the form of 254 1, 118 | cannot exist but in a certain individual matter, which, they ~said, 255 1, 118 | matter is ~contained in one individual there is only one individual 256 1, 118 | individual there is only one individual in the species: ~as is clearly 257 1, 118 | there would ~only be one individual of the human species. Thirdly, 258 1, 118 | we consider it as in this individual. For in the individual the 259 1, 118 | this individual. For in the individual the form ~remains confined 260 1, 118 | at the generation of that individual, so that it never leaves ~ 261 1, 118 | ultimate dissolution of the individual. And this ~matter, say they, 262 1, 118 | into the substance of ~the individual partaking thereof, in such 263 1, 118 | primary ~existence of the individual, but for the quantity due 264 1, 118 | generating their like in the ~individual; which power in living bodies 265 1, 118 | say, lasts as long as the individual does. By flesh ~belonging 266 1, 118 | substance from which this ~individual was formed were actually 267 2, 1 | so is the last end of any individual man ~to that individual. 268 2, 1 | individual man ~to that individual. Therefore, just as of all 269 2, 1 | last end, so the will of an individual man must be fixed on one 270 2, 3 | not that it requires each individual good. But in this ~imperfect 271 2, 4 | the preservation of the individual and of the species, ~lest 272 2, 4 | whole is not that of any individual ~part: wherefore, either 273 2, 7 | Therefore the circumstances are ~individual accidents of human acts.~ 274 2, 10 | there corresponds some one individual. Since, ~therefore, the 275 2, 16 | secondly, in respect of an individual. For since the ~end, as 276 2, 16 | money. ~But in regard to the individual, the obtaining of money 277 2, 18 | species?~(9) Whether an individual action can be indifferent?~( 278 2, 18 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an individual action can be indifferent?~ 279 2, 18 | 1: It would seem that an individual action can be indifferent. 280 2, 18 | not, cannot, contain an individual. But an ~action can be indifferent 281 2, 18 | above (A[8]). ~Therefore an individual action can be indifferent.~ 282 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, individual actions cause like habits, 283 2, 18 | a habit. Therefore some individual actions are indifferent.~ 284 2, 18 | virtuous end. Therefore ~an individual action may happen to be 285 2, 18 | good or bad. Therefore no ~individual action is indifferent.~Aquin.: 286 2, 18 | species, but considered in the individual it is good or evil. And 287 2, 18 | to a man by reason of his individual accidents, which ~does not 288 2, 18 | of his species. And every individual ~action must needs have 289 2, 18 | it be considered in the individual, must be good or bad.~Aquin.: 290 2, 18 | And in this sense every individual action is ~either good or 291 2, 20 | sometimes that one and the same individual act has several ~aspects 292 2, 21 | be observed that every ~individual member of a society is, 293 2, 21 | good or evil to another individual, ~there is a twofold measure 294 2, 21 | retribution owed to him by the individual to whom he has ~done good 295 2, 21 | the good or ~harm of an individual, who is identical with the 296 2, 21 | good or evil of another individual, are nevertheless ordained 297 2, 28 | hindrance to their exclusive individual rights. In like manner those 298 2, 29 | obtained by abstraction from individual matter, on which ~every 299 2, 29 | nature, and not merely as an individual, is hostile to the ~animal - 300 2, 31 | body, either as regards the individual, as food, drink, sleep, 301 2, 31 | respect. For it happens in an individual that some one of the natural 302 2, 31 | accidentally natural to this ~individual: thus it is natural to this 303 2, 31 | becomes connatural to this individual man, on account of there 304 2, 34 | respect of a particular individual. That which is good simply, 305 2, 34 | good in ~respect of some individual in two ways. In one way, 306 2, 42 | common nature; and yet the individual nature rebels against them 307 2, 42 | from the inclination of the individual nature ~arise pain and sorrow 308 2, 46 | Because the nature of an individual man may be considered ~either 309 2, 46 | particular temperament of the individual. If then we consider the ~ 310 2, 46 | of the species and of the individual. If, however, ~we consider 311 2, 46 | consider the nature of the ~individual, in respect of his particular 312 2, 46 | tendencies result from ~a man's individual temperament. Because disposition 313 2, 46 | when the state injures ~an individual. But anger is not towards 314 2, 46 | class but only towards an ~individual, as the Philosopher states ( 315 2, 46 | directed only towards ~an individual." The reason is that hatred 316 2, 46 | is always pointed at an individual. ~When the whole state hurts 317 2, 46 | state is reckoned as one ~individual [*Cf. Q[29], A[6]].~Aquin.: 318 2, 51 | Secondly, in ~respect of the individual nature, as it is natural 319 2, 51 | different men in respect of the individual ~nature. And this disposition 320 2, 51 | nature or in respect of the individual ~nature: in respect of the 321 2, 51 | principle; but in respect of the individual nature, on the part of the ~ 322 2, 51 | nature, and in respect of the individual nature. This happens with 323 2, 51 | 7~But in respect of the individual nature, a habit of knowledge 324 2, 51 | body, in respect of the individual nature, there ~are some 325 2, 52 | always the same in one ~individual; but down to a certain point 326 2, 56 | nature, or as regards the individual, such as the good of one' 327 2, 58 | the use of reason in this individual act of choice.~Aquin.: SMT 328 2, 60 | side to the good of the individual, and on the other to the ~ 329 2, 60 | to the private good of an individual: ~wherefore common right 330 2, 60 | human life ~either in the individual or in the species, such 331 2, 61 | household, or even towards one individual.~ 332 2, 63 | the other according to his individual nature. And, since ~each 333 2, 63 | to him in respect of his individual nature. For whatever is ~ 334 2, 63 | is so in respect of the ~individual nature, in so far as by 335 2, 66 | relating to life, in the one ~individual, or in the one species, 336 2, 66 | to which of these each ~individual should devote himself, and 337 2, 67 | but is accidental to the individual by ~reason of something 338 2, 72 | each single defect." Now individual defects are corruptions 339 2, 72 | defects are corruptions of individual ~circumstances. Therefore 340 2, 74 | his rational will to check individual inordinate ~movements, if 341 2, 76 | principles of right, and each individual is bound to know matters ~ 342 2, 76 | particulars, except in ~some individual case. Now it is evident 343 2, 77 | the preservation of the individual, such as ~food, drink, and 344 2, 81 | like in species but ~not in individual. Consequently those things 345 2, 81 | pertain directly to the ~individual, such as personal actions 346 2, 81 | certain accidents of ~the individual pertaining to natural disposition, 347 2, 83 | Reply OBJ 3: The soul of any individual man was in Adam, in respect 348 2, 83 | motion of the will of an individual reaches to the ~soul's powers 349 2, 84 | the appetite more than any individual goods, which along with 350 2, 84 | the preservation ~of the individual, e.g. meat and drink, which 351 2, 85 | virtue is diminished in each individual on account of ~actual sin, 352 2, 87 | sovereign than a private individual), and God's greatness is ~ 353 2, 90 | are directed to certain individual goods. Therefore the end 354 2, 90 | the private good of an ~individual.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[90] A[ 355 2, 90 | precept in regard to some individual work, must ~needs be devoid 356 2, 91 | particular determinations of individual cases, which are, however, ~ 357 2, 91 | in the species ~or in the individual. And this is in man also, 358 2, 94 | the private good of the individual, as is evident especially ~ 359 2, 95 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Certain individual facts which cannot be covered 360 2, 96 | community rather than for the ~individual?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 361 2, 96 | community, but rather for the individual. For the Philosopher says ~( 362 2, 96 | decrees," which are also individual matters, since decrees are 363 2, 96 | decrees are framed ~about individual actions. Therefore law is 364 2, 96 | community, but also for the individual.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 365 2, 96 | But human acts are about individual matters. Therefore human 366 2, 96 | community, but rather for the ~individual.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 367 2, 96 | certain as not to fail in some individual cases, it seems that laws ~ 368 2, 96 | framed not in general but for individual cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 369 2, 96 | may possibly ~happen in an individual case."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 370 2, 96 | the purpose of directing individual actions; whereas law is 371 2, 96 | the private good of ~an individual, or to the common good of 372 2, 97 | Wherefore although each individual cannot make laws, yet the ~ 373 2, 97 | private convenience of an individual: because, as the Philosopher 374 2, 97 | to be fulfilled by each ~individual. Now it happens at times 375 2, 97 | not good for a particular ~individual, or in some particular case, 376 2, 97 | the discretion of each individual, except perhaps by reason 377 2, 99 | application of ~the reason to individual cases in a determinate way. 378 2, 100 | determination by application to individual actions - for instance, 379 2, 102 | order to foreshadow this one individual and paramount ~sacrifice - 380 2, 102 | or of ~some other private individual. "But," as Rabbi Moses says ( 381 2, 105 | subject to the power of an ~individual can be disposed of according 382 2, 105 | virtue to the ~good of the individual. But the common good is 383 2, 105 | the point of view of the ~individual, i.e. in so far as man preserves 384 2, 108 | to the discretion of each individual. And so ~to each one it 385 2, 108 | a precept is given to an individual; others, relating ~to superiors, 386 2, 108 | definitely fixed in the ~individual; but those which are simply 387 2, 111 | good is better than the individual good," as the ~Philosopher 388 2, 1 | charity, whether God be in the individual whom we ~love for God's 389 2, 2 | hold obstinately to their individual ~errors, against the faith 390 2, 8 | as to its application to individual ~actions, belongs to the 391 2, 11 | one of these ~goods in one individual might be an obstacle to 392 2, 24 | good to the life of the ~individual. Moreover the death inflicted 393 2, 24 | movement of love to every ~individual man, since this would be 394 2, 25 | always more lovable to the ~individual than his private good, even 395 2, 29 | yet it is true of each individual that one may be bound to 396 2, 29 | to all, if not to each individual, at least to all in general, 397 2, 29 | Godlike than the good of an ~individual. Wherefore it is a virtuous 398 2, 29 | succors him not as a private individual, but with a view to ~the 399 2, 30 | what is ~unnecessary to the individual, but also in reference to 400 2, 30 | is not ~possible for one individual to relieve the needs of 401 2, 30 | extreme indigence in an individual, or great need on the part 402 2, 31 | general, or to some particular individual. If, on the other hand, ~ 403 2, 31 | the ~prelate is a private individual who is able to be of more 404 2, 37 | godlike ~than the good of the individual," as the Philosopher states ( 405 2, 37 | namely the faith of an individual. Therefore it seems that ~ 406 2, 38 | the business of a private individual to ~declare war, because 407 2, 38 | the business of a private ~individual to summon together the people, 408 2, 38 | the bodily safety of an individual. Therefore, for the ~purpose 409 2, 40 | whereas strife is between one individual and another, or between ~ 410 2, 45 | only to the ~good of the individual, and this because they thought 411 2, 45 | better than the good of ~the individual.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 412 2, 45 | the private good of the individual, but also ~the common good 413 2, 45 | reasons. First, because the individual good is ~impossible without 414 2, 45 | different ends. Again the individual good, the good of the family, 415 2, 45 | though the good of the individual is subordinate to the good 416 2, 45 | political," and is about ~"individual actions." Now it belongs 417 2, 45 | subjects to perform these ~individual actions. Therefore prudence 418 2, 48 | Further, each subject is an individual person. Now each ~individual 419 2, 48 | individual person. Now each ~individual person can direct himself 420 2, 48 | household is ~a mean between the individual and the city or kingdom, 421 2, 48 | kingdom, since just as the ~individual is part of the household, 422 2, 48 | called which ~governs the individual, is distinct from political 423 2, 51 | prudence that guides the individual, from ~other kinds that 424 2, 55 | the private good ~of an individual or even of one household. 425 2, 56 | relation to ~certain other individual persons, is referable to 426 2, 56 | transcends the good of one single individual. Therefore ~it seems that 427 2, 56 | matters ~relating to the individual.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 428 2, 56 | 3: Further, between the individual and the general public stands 429 2, 56 | justice corresponding to the individual, for the ~same reason there 430 2, 56 | to himself or to another individual person. ~Accordingly, just 431 2, 56 | but as to the good of the individual, it does so mediately. ~ 432 2, 56 | immediately to the good of another individual.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 433 2, 56 | particular good of the ~individual differ not only in respect 434 2, 56 | from the aspect of the "individual" good, even as the aspect 435 2, 56 | good is the end of each individual member of a ~community, 436 2, 56 | other hand the good of one individual is not the end of another ~ 437 2, 56 | not the end of another ~individual: wherefore legal justice 438 2, 56 | directed to the good of another individual: although legal justice ~ 439 2, 56 | one ~who strikes a private individual. Therefore justice also 440 2, 56 | common ~good transcends the individual good of one person. In this 441 2, 57 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: An individual person may be considered 442 2, 58 | judgment has to be formed about individual happenings. ~But no written 443 2, 58 | can cover each and every individual happening, as the ~Philosopher 444 2, 58 | are perfections of the ~individual, and consequently their 445 2, 59 | directed to the private individual, who is compared to the 446 2, 59 | the order of one private individual to another. This ~order 447 2, 59 | OBJ 1: Just as a private individual is praised for moderation 448 2, 59 | authority of a private individual.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[61] A[ 449 2, 59 | common property is due to an individual in one way, and his ~personal 450 2, 59 | one who strikes a ~private individual. Therefore the mean is observed 451 2, 59 | something ~is given to a private individual, in so far as what belongs 452 2, 59 | something is paid to an individual on ~account of something 453 2, 59 | did ~he injure a private individual, but also the common weal, 454 2, 62 | this is lawful to a private individual, or to a public ~person 455 2, 62 | have it cut away. Now every individual person is compared ~to the 456 2, 62 | is lawful for a private individual to kill a man who has ~sinned?~ 457 2, 62 | seem lawful for a private individual to kill a man who ~has sinned. 458 2, 62 | is lawful for any private individual to ~kill a wild beast, especially 459 2, 62 | is lawful for any private individual to kill a man who has ~sinned.~ 460 2, 62 | a man, though a private individual, deserves praise for ~doing 461 2, 62 | is lawful for any private individual to do anything for ~the 462 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, An individual man may be considered in 463 2, 63 | not lawful for a private individual, even with the consent of 464 2, 63 | authority than a ~private individual, because it conduces to 465 2, 64 | consequently, if a private individual not having public authority 466 2, 65 | his knowledge as a private individual, but from what he ~knows 467 2, 65 | has acquired as a ~private individual. And yet this same information 468 2, 65 | power, not as a private individual but as a public ~person. 469 2, 72 | reproached ~against a certain individual [*King Josaphat] (2 Paralip 470 2, 75 | ought to be stated to each individual that ~offers to buy: and 471 2, 78 | annexed to justice?~(2) The individual virtues annexed to justice. ~( 472 2, 81 | while to love them ~in the individual is not a matter of precept, 473 2, 81 | love his enemy even in the ~individual and to help him in a case 474 2, 81 | enemies absolutely in the ~individual, and to assist them, is 475 2, 81 | Prayer is twofold, common and individual. Common prayer ~is that 476 2, 81 | Para. 2/2~On the other hand individual prayer is that which is 477 2, 86 | immovable will as regards the individual deed which he does and at 478 2, 86 | which proceeds from the individual ~will of some one person. 479 2, 86 | God-like than the good of an ~individual. Now one man's continency 480 2, 96 | own ~account as a private individual, we must make a distinction, 481 2, 106 | defending ~the rights of the individual by whom a wrong is resisted, 482 2, 106 | what is expedient for ~each individual. Wherefore according to 483 2, 115 | surpasses the good of the individual; and of the last named ~ 484 2, 121 | a judge or even private individual does not refrain from ~giving 485 2, 122 | better than ~the good of the individual," according to the Philosopher ( 486 2, 122 | better than the good of the individual," according to the Philosopher ~( 487 2, 123 | substitute the general for the individual term; e.g. ~The Philosopher 488 2, 139 | substitute the general for the individual term; e.g. ~The Philosopher 489 2, 139 | preserve the nature of the individual by means of meat and drink, 490 2, 139 | in ~the species or in the individual. In these matters certain 491 2, 139 | the preservation of the individual: while the very use of ~ 492 2, 139 | godlike than the good of the individual," ~wherefore the more a 493 2, 140 | preservation either of the individual or of the species. ~Accordingly, 494 2, 140 | yet man is enticed by individual pleasures which make of 495 2, 149 | whereby the nature of the ~individual is maintained differ generically 496 2, 150 | the preservation ~of the individual, so also the words of Gn. 497 2, 150 | counter to the good of ~the individual, so too it is a sin to abstain 498 2, 150 | cannot be ~discharged by the individual; but are fulfilled by one 499 2, 150 | needs be fulfilled by each individual, otherwise ~the individual 500 2, 150 | individual, otherwise ~the individual cannot be sustained. On


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