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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | is composed of genus and difference?~(6) Whether He is composed 2 1, 3 | constituted of genus and ~difference. Now that from which the 3 1, 3 | Now that from which the difference constituting the species ~ 4 1, 3 | generic essence. Now no difference can exist distinct from 5 1, 3 | for ~non-being cannot be a difference. It follows then that God 6 1, 3 | that He has no genus nor difference, nor can there be any definition 7 1, 3 | definition is from genus and difference; and the mean of a demonstration ~ 8 1, 3 | composition of genus and difference, nor of subject and accident. ~ 9 1, 4 | perfected by its specific ~difference. But the differences by 10 1, 5 | changes its species, so a difference added to, or taken from 11 1, 8 | composite, while genus and difference are called ~parts of species. 12 1, 10 | differs from time?~(5) The difference of aeviternity, as there 13 1, 10 | Some have founded this difference on the fact that eternity 14 1, 10 | accidental, and not an absolute difference ~because, granted that time 15 1, 10 | there would yet remain a difference between eternity and time, 16 1, 10 | however, that the aforesaid difference be considered on the ~part 17 1, 10 | A[5] Thes. Para. 1/1~The difference of aeviternity and time~ 18 1, 10 | aeviternal things there is no difference between being, ~having been, 19 1, 10 | between them both. This difference is explained by some to 20 1, 10 | beginning and end. This difference, ~however, is but an accidental 21 1, 10 | Para. 2/2~Others assign the difference between these three to consist 22 1, 10 | absolutely, there ~is no difference of past and future, but 23 1, 11 | supremely "one," because of the difference within it of accident and ~ 24 1, 12 | happens according ~to the difference of the intellectual power; 25 1, 12 | them in God. Now there is a difference between these two ~kinds 26 1, 12 | preconceived ideas of genus and difference, forms ~the idea of species; 27 1, 13 | there is the same two-fold difference in divine ~names. For some 28 1, 14 | Para. 2/2~Now a certain difference is to be noted in the consideration 29 1, 16 | tends. Now ~there is this difference between the appetite and 30 1, 17 | There is, however, this difference, as ~before mentioned regarding 31 1, 18 | sense ~and to will. The difference between them is this, that 32 1, 19 | There is, however, this difference between will and anger, ~ 33 1, 22 | Reply OBJ 1: There is a difference between universal and particular ~ 34 1, 25 | addition ~of a substantial difference in definitions is after 35 1, 28 | things in which there is a difference between the ~intellect and 36 1, 29 | nature ~is the specific difference giving its form to each 37 1, 29 | thing," for the ~specific difference completes the definition, 38 1, 30 | bone. But there is ~this difference - that the term "some man" 39 1, 31 | Godhead; nor is ~there any difference in substance between them, 40 1, 31 | the terms ~diversity and difference in God, lest we take away 41 1, 31 | terms of "diversity" or "difference" ~of Persons used in an 42 1, 31 | terms of "diversity" or ~"difference" are taken to mean "distinction." 43 1, 31 | multiplicity where there is no ~difference." The word "solitary" is 44 1, 31 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: "Difference" implies distinction of 45 1, 31 | 6). Therefore the term "difference" does not properly apply 46 1, 31 | i, 5) employs the term "difference" in the divine persons, 47 1, 31 | determinate properties. But "difference" is taken for ~"distinction," 48 1, 32 | iii, 5): "We recognize ~difference of hypostases [i.e. of persons], 49 1, 32 | differ according to the ~difference of filiation and servitude. 50 1, 33 | things which have no such ~difference, but have only a certain 51 1, 36 | origin of the other; but the ~difference itself of origin comes from 52 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The difference between substantive and 53 1, 40 | there ~are two principles of difference between the divine persons, 54 1, 40 | any sensible matter. The ~difference between these two abstractions 55 1, 40 | not remain; for when the difference of ~rationality is removed 56 1, 40 | which must ~be taken as the difference. Now, this distinguishing 57 1, 41 | in God. ~Now, this is the difference between true "generation," 58 1, 42 | They must needs admit a difference [namely, of Godhead] who 59 1, 43 | I answer that, A certain difference is to be observed in all 60 1, 45 | relations. Therefore whatever difference is ~attributed to the divine 61 1, 46 | into ~consideration the difference between a particular agent, 62 1, 48 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every difference which constitutes a species 63 1, 48 | a ~nature. But evil is a difference constituting a species of 64 1, 48 | which is a constitutive difference in ~morals is a certain 65 1, 48 | evil ~is not a constitutive difference as such, but by reason of 66 1, 50 | their number.~(4) Of their difference from each other.~(5) Of 67 1, 50 | of the genus, ~and of the difference which added to the genus 68 1, 50 | from the matter, and the difference from the form (Metaph. ~ 69 1, 50 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is difference which constitutes the species. 70 1, 50 | and from the former the "difference." ~Whereas in immaterial 71 1, 50 | therefore in them "genus" and "difference" are not derived ~from different 72 1, 50 | derives the idea of their ~"difference."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 73 1, 50 | species. For since ~the "difference" is nobler than the 'genus,' 74 1, 50 | their ultimate constitutive ~difference; and so they are the same 75 1, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "Difference" is nobler than "genus," 76 1, 52 | of quantity, the proper ~difference of which is to have a position. 77 1, 52 | Further, there is a greater difference between an angel and a ~ 78 1, 56 | the action, it makes no difference ~whether it be inherent 79 1, 56 | to ~his nature, the only difference being according to their 80 1, 57 | knows; for ~example, the difference between white and sweet. 81 1, 58 | Q[55], A[1]). Now, the difference between heavenly and earthly ~ 82 1, 58 | diversified according to the difference of ~the objects known: hence 83 1, 58 | 24): "There is a vast ~difference between knowing anything 84 1, 59 | differentiated by any material difference ~of their objects, but according 85 1, 59 | and true suffices for the difference of ~intellect from will.~ 86 1, 59 | distinguished according to the ~difference of black and white: whereas 87 1, 60 | 3/4~There is however a difference on the part of the intellect 88 1, 62 | numerically. For specific difference is on account of the ~end; 89 1, 62 | the ~end; while numerical difference is because of the matter. 90 1, 65 | account of any antecedent difference in the ~stones, but with 91 1, 66 | incorruptible. But in spite of this ~difference of natural corruption and 92 1, 68 | there are many ~heavens. The difference, however, is more nominal 93 1, 70 | will also be seen that ~the difference of opinion between those 94 1, 70 | bodies have life, is not a difference of things but of words.~ 95 1, 74 | There remains, however, ~a difference as to four points; since, 96 1, 74 | formed, which is the fourth ~difference; which are not consistent 97 1, 75 | different "species." Specific difference is derived from the ~difference 98 1, 75 | difference is derived from the ~difference of form; nor does every 99 1, 75 | of form; nor does every difference of form necessarily imply ~ 100 1, 75 | Further, the ultimate specific difference is the noblest, because ~ 101 1, 75 | in the ultimate specific ~difference: therefore they belong to 102 1, 75 | in ~these substances the difference of degree was accidental, 103 1, 75 | then ~there would result a difference of species and inequality 104 1, 75 | 2: The ultimate specific difference is the noblest because it ~ 105 1, 76 | Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~2), difference is derived from the form. 106 1, 76 | derived from the form. But the difference which ~constitutes man is " 107 1, 76 | understood. But there ~is this difference, according to the opinion 108 1, 76 | taken from the matter, and difference from the form. But ~"rational," 109 1, 76 | rational," which is the difference constituting man, is taken 110 1, 76 | other animals. ~And so the difference of corruptible and incorruptible 111 1, 76 | does not involve a generic difference between man and ~the other 112 1, 76 | thence it gathers the "difference" of man.~Aquin.: SMT FP 113 1, 77 | principle of a substantial ~difference. But sensitive and rational 114 1, 77 | is removed. Hence if ~the difference of powers came from the 115 1, 77 | of powers came from the difference of objects, the same ~object 116 1, 77 | distinguished ~according to the difference of their objects.~Aquin.: 117 1, 77 | species is not changed by a difference of color, but by a difference ~ 118 1, 77 | difference of color, but by a difference ~in that which belongs to 119 1, 77 | animal, that is to say, by a ~difference in the sensitive soul, which 120 1, 77 | powers of the soul, ~but a difference in that to which the power 121 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The difference between substantive and 122 1, 40 | there ~are two principles of difference between the divine persons, 123 1, 40 | any sensible matter. The ~difference between these two abstractions 124 1, 40 | not remain; for when the difference of ~rationality is removed 125 1, 40 | which must ~be taken as the difference. Now, this distinguishing 126 1, 41 | in God. ~Now, this is the difference between true "generation," 127 1, 42 | They must needs admit a difference [namely, of Godhead] who 128 1, 43 | I answer that, A certain difference is to be observed in all 129 1, 46 | relations. Therefore whatever difference is ~attributed to the divine 130 1, 47 | into ~consideration the difference between a particular agent, 131 1, 49 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every difference which constitutes a species 132 1, 49 | a ~nature. But evil is a difference constituting a species of 133 1, 49 | which is a constitutive difference in ~morals is a certain 134 1, 49 | evil ~is not a constitutive difference as such, but by reason of 135 1, 51 | their number.~(4) Of their difference from each other.~(5) Of 136 1, 51 | of the genus, ~and of the difference which added to the genus 137 1, 51 | from the matter, and the difference from the form (Metaph. ~ 138 1, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is difference which constitutes the species. 139 1, 51 | and from the former the "difference." ~Whereas in immaterial 140 1, 51 | therefore in them "genus" and "difference" are not derived ~from different 141 1, 51 | derives the idea of their ~"difference."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 142 1, 51 | species. For since ~the "difference" is nobler than the 'genus,' 143 1, 51 | their ultimate constitutive ~difference; and so they are the same 144 1, 51 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "Difference" is nobler than "genus," 145 1, 53 | of quantity, the proper ~difference of which is to have a position. 146 1, 53 | Further, there is a greater difference between an angel and a ~ 147 1, 57 | the action, it makes no difference ~whether it be inherent 148 1, 57 | to ~his nature, the only difference being according to their 149 1, 58 | knows; for ~example, the difference between white and sweet. 150 1, 59 | Q[55], A[1]). Now, the difference between heavenly and earthly ~ 151 1, 59 | diversified according to the difference of ~the objects known: hence 152 1, 59 | 24): "There is a vast ~difference between knowing anything 153 1, 60 | differentiated by any material difference ~of their objects, but according 154 1, 60 | and true suffices for the difference of ~intellect from will.~ 155 1, 60 | distinguished according to the ~difference of black and white: whereas 156 1, 61 | 3/4~There is however a difference on the part of the intellect 157 1, 63 | numerically. For specific difference is on account of the ~end; 158 1, 63 | the ~end; while numerical difference is because of the matter. 159 1, 66 | account of any antecedent difference in the ~stones, but with 160 1, 67 | incorruptible. But in spite of this ~difference of natural corruption and 161 1, 69 | there are many ~heavens. The difference, however, is more nominal 162 1, 71 | will also be seen that ~the difference of opinion between those 163 1, 71 | bodies have life, is not a difference of things but of words.~ 164 1, 73 | There remains, however, ~a difference as to four points; since, 165 1, 73 | formed, which is the fourth ~difference; which are not consistent 166 1, 74 | different "species." Specific difference is derived from the ~difference 167 1, 74 | difference is derived from the ~difference of form; nor does every 168 1, 74 | of form; nor does every difference of form necessarily imply ~ 169 1, 74 | Further, the ultimate specific difference is the noblest, because ~ 170 1, 74 | in the ultimate specific ~difference: therefore they belong to 171 1, 74 | in ~these substances the difference of degree was accidental, 172 1, 74 | then ~there would result a difference of species and inequality 173 1, 74 | 2: The ultimate specific difference is the noblest because it ~ 174 1, 75 | Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~2), difference is derived from the form. 175 1, 75 | derived from the form. But the difference which ~constitutes man is " 176 1, 75 | understood. But there ~is this difference, according to the opinion 177 1, 75 | taken from the matter, and difference from the form. But ~"rational," 178 1, 75 | rational," which is the difference constituting man, is taken 179 1, 75 | other animals. ~And so the difference of corruptible and incorruptible 180 1, 75 | does not involve a generic difference between man and ~the other 181 1, 75 | thence it gathers the "difference" of man.~Aquin.: SMT FP 182 1, 76 | principle of a substantial ~difference. But sensitive and rational 183 1, 76 | is removed. Hence if ~the difference of powers came from the 184 1, 76 | of powers came from the difference of objects, the same ~object 185 1, 76 | distinguished ~according to the difference of their objects.~Aquin.: 186 1, 76 | species is not changed by a difference of color, but by a difference ~ 187 1, 76 | difference of color, but by a difference ~in that which belongs to 188 1, 76 | animal, that is to say, by a ~difference in the sensitive soul, which 189 1, 76 | powers of the soul, ~but a difference in that to which the power 190 1, 77 | must, however, observe a difference among these powers. The 191 1, 77 | sensible forms there is no difference ~between man and other animals; 192 1, 77 | sensible. But there is a difference as to the above intentions: ~ 193 1, 78 | not differentiated by any difference of being. ~Nevertheless 194 1, 78 | Therefore there can be no other difference of powers in the intellect, ~ 195 1, 78 | external ~speech." For every difference of acts does not make the 196 1, 84 | potentiality as regards "difference." Thus it is ~evident that 197 1, 84 | Further, we cannot know the difference between two things unless ~ 198 1, 84 | our intellect knows the difference and ~comparison between 199 1, 84 | If the intellect sees the difference or comparison between ~one 200 1, 84 | both in relation to their difference or ~comparison; just, as 201 1, 84 | division, as by knowing the difference and comparison of ~things.~ 202 1, 84 | common matter, while the difference that completes the ~species 203 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The difference of form which is due only 204 1, 84 | specific but only a numerical ~difference: for different individuals 205 1, 84 | diversified ~according to the difference of matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP 206 1, 86 | types." There is, however, a difference between ~these two kinds 207 1, 88 | not as yet ~explained the difference between intellect and sense. 208 1, 88 | Divine Essence. There is a difference, however, between ~angels 209 1, 89 | something; wherefore we seek for difference where we find also resemblance. 210 1, 89 | and a horse differ by the difference of ~rational and irrational; 211 1, 89 | differ by ~some further difference.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[90] A[ 212 1, 92 | every object?~(9) Of the difference between "image" and "likeness." ~( 213 1, 92 | likeness follows the ultimate ~difference. But some things are like 214 1, 92 | xv, ~6), there is a great difference between the trinity within 215 1, 92 | Therefore we may observe this difference between rational creatures 216 1, 94 | in this point there is a difference, inasmuch as in the primitive ~ 217 1, 101 | consequent punishment, the difference between the good ~of obedience 218 1, 102 | the arrow. But there is a difference, inasmuch as that which ~ 219 1, 106 | here and now," ~neither difference of time nor local distance 220 1, 107 | will show that little or no difference ~exists in reality between 221 1, 107 | place according to the ~difference of grace and nature, as 222 1, 107 | themselves be corrupted. ~The difference of glory will also ever 223 1, 107 | in them according to the ~difference of preceding merit. As to 224 2, 13 | place for choice. Now the difference between the ~sensitive appetite 225 2, 17 | Div. Nom. xiii). But a difference is to ~be observed in this, 226 2, 18 | moral actions do not make a ~difference of species. For the existence 227 2, 18 | evil do not make a specific difference in things; for a good man ~ 228 2, 18 | do they make a ~specific difference in actions.~Aquin.: SMT 229 2, 18 | But ~non-being cannot be a difference, according to the Philosopher ( 230 2, 18 | 3). Since therefore the difference constitutes the species, 231 2, 18 | Hence it follows that a difference of object causes ~a difference 232 2, 18 | difference of object causes ~a difference of species in actions. Now, 233 2, 18 | must be observed that a ~difference of objects causes a difference 234 2, 18 | difference of objects causes a difference of species in actions, ~ 235 2, 18 | which does ~not cause a difference in actions, according as 236 2, 18 | which is essential; and a difference of object may ~be essential 237 2, 18 | therefore evident that ~the difference of good and evil considered 238 2, 18 | object is ~an essential difference in relation to reason; that 239 2, 18 | essential differences cause a difference of species.~Aquin.: SMT 240 2, 18 | taken as the essential ~difference of the object, as compared 241 2, 18 | OBJ 2: Further, the last difference always constitutes the most 242 2, 18 | specific ~species. But the difference derived from the end seems 243 2, 18 | seems to come after the ~difference derived from the object: 244 2, 18 | Further, the more formal a difference is compared to genus, as ~ 245 2, 18 | to the end, the specific difference ~derived from the object 246 2, 18 | the form is from which a difference is taken, the more ~specific 247 2, 18 | the more ~specific is the difference. Secondly, that the more 248 2, 18 | follows that the specific difference derived from the end, is 249 2, 18 | more ~general; and that the difference derived from an object which 250 2, 18 | that end, is a specific difference in relation to the ~former. 251 2, 18 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Difference is compared to genus as 252 2, 18 | form, ~giving a specific difference, after which no further 253 2, 18 | which no further specific difference ~is possible. Hence it is 254 2, 18 | thing, cannot be taken as a difference constituting the species. 255 2, 18 | as it were, a specific difference thereof.~Aquin.: SMT FS 256 2, 18 | Therefore that which causes a difference in the goodness or ~malice 257 2, 18 | action, causes a specific difference, which is the same ~as to 258 2, 18 | more or less intense, the difference ~of more or less does not 259 2, 19 | divided essentially by ~the difference of truth and falsehood, 260 2, 19 | species. Now the specific difference in acts is according to 261 2, 20 | reason. Consequently the difference of good and evil is ~applicable 262 2, 22 | Their subject: (2) The difference between them: (3) ~Their 263 2, 22 | But here again we find a ~difference; because when this transmutation 264 2, 23 | species; since a greater difference in the object is required 265 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, difference of species implies a difference 266 2, 23 | difference of species implies a difference of form. But ~every difference 267 2, 23 | difference of form. But ~every difference of form is in respect of 268 2, 23 | evil, it seems that every difference in ~the passions of the 269 2, 23 | must needs arise from the difference of good and ~evil; or from 270 2, 23 | good and ~evil; or from the difference of approach and withdrawal; 271 2, 23 | 2]): whereas ~the third difference does not diversify the species; 272 2, 23 | their objects. Now, ~the difference in active causes may be 273 2, 23 | the point of view of the difference in their active ~power. 274 2, 23 | the soul we can treat the difference of their ~active or motive 275 2, 24 | passions are good. This ~difference, although it appears great 276 2, 26 | differs according to the difference ~of appetites. For there 277 2, 26 | reason why some assigned the difference spoken of.~Aquin.: SMT FS 278 2, 29 | differ according to the difference of good and evil. Therefore ~ 279 2, 30 | object, ~causes a material difference of passions: while the difference 280 2, 30 | difference of passions: while the difference in regard ~to its active 281 2, 30 | material differences makes no difference of species, but ~only numerical 282 2, 30 | species, but ~only numerical difference; a difference which is outside 283 2, 30 | numerical difference; a difference which is outside the purview 284 2, 30 | which amounts to a material ~difference, which is one of number 285 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The difference between those concupiscences 286 2, 30 | is not merely a material difference; it ~is also, in a way, 287 2, 30 | far as it arises from a difference in ~the active object. Now 288 2, 31 | once. Now there is this difference between animals and other 289 2, 31 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A like difference is to be observed in concupiscences 290 2, 31 | soul. Hence ~there is a difference of repose corresponding 291 2, 31 | repose corresponding to the difference of ~movement.~Aquin.: SMT 292 2, 31 | 2~However, there is this difference of delight in either power, 293 2, 31 | give pleasure. But this ~difference is material: whereas contrariety 294 2, 31 | whereas contrariety is a difference of form, as ~stated in Metaph. 295 2, 31 | material, but also a formal ~difference, if the formality of pleasurableness 296 2, 31 | pleasurableness be different. Because ~difference in the formal object causes 297 2, 31 | object causes a specific difference in acts and ~passions, as 298 2, 35 | x, 4), contrariety is a ~difference in respect of a form. Now 299 2, 35 | Metaph. x, 4 contrariety is a difference in ~respect of a form. Now 300 2, 36 | is concerned, it makes a difference which of the two it regards ~ 301 2, 37 | knew already. However a difference is to be observed according 302 2, 37 | observed according to the ~difference of love that a man has for 303 2, 40 | despair according to the difference of possible and impossible.~ 304 2, 40 | the will. But ~there is a difference, in that the will is moved 305 2, 46 | however, observe a twofold difference in this respect, between ~ 306 2, 46 | on the other. The first ~difference is that anger always regards 307 2, 46 | or to hate it. The second difference is, ~that both the objects 308 2, 46 | is angry. But there is a ~difference of aspect: for the hater 309 2, 46 | Rhet. ii, 4) assigns as one difference ~between hatred and anger, 310 2, 46 | causing a certain specific difference thereof.~Aquin.: SMT FS 311 2, 49 | difficult to change" is not a difference belonging to ~the predicament 312 2, 49 | contracted to a species by a difference of another genus; ~but " 313 2, 49 | Predicaments, explains the ~difference of these species as follows. 314 2, 49 | called quality, which is a ~difference affecting the substance, 315 2, 49 | which is also a kind of difference, as is ~clear from the Philosopher ( 316 2, 49 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: This difference, "difficult to change," 317 2, 53 | place, which is that of the difference; thus we say that "simitas" 318 2, 54 | diversity of objects entails a ~difference of powers (wherefore the 319 2, 54 | the soul"); while specific difference of objects entails a ~specific 320 2, 54 | objects entails a ~specific difference of acts, and consequently 321 2, 54 | be accounted a specific difference, as the ~Philosopher declares ( 322 2, 54 | distinguished ~specifically by the difference of good and bad.~Aquin.: 323 2, 54 | every being, that is ~a difference constituting the species 324 2, 54 | evil that constitutes a difference of habits ~is not a pure 325 2, 55 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no difference is more common than its 326 2, 55 | definition of virtue, as a difference of quality.~Aquin.: SMT 327 2, 55 | gathered from its genus and difference, when it is defined as " 328 2, 55 | genus of virtue, and the difference, ~"good." But the definition 329 2, 57 | 2/2~The reason for this difference is that art is the "right 330 2, 57 | good judgment: ~because difference is based not on common but 331 2, 58 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MORAL AND INTELLECTUAL 332 2, 58 | We shall speak (1) of the difference ~between them and intellectual 333 2, 58 | proper matter; (3) of the difference between ~the chief or cardinal 334 2, 59 | We must now consider the difference of one moral virtue from 335 2, 59 | differ ~accordingly to the difference of passions, we must consider ( 336 2, 59 | A[2] Body Para. 2/3~This difference, as Augustine observes ( 337 2, 60 | there is only a logical difference between a virtue that ~is 338 2, 60 | Now it needs a greater difference to differentiate habits 339 2, 60 | Wherefore nothing hinders a ~difference of objects from causing 340 2, 60 | above (A[4]); and again, a difference of objects from causing ~ 341 2, 60 | virtues, without causing a difference of passions, since ~several 342 2, 60 | above (A[4]); therefore a difference of ~objects that corresponds 343 2, 60 | objects that corresponds to a difference of powers always causes 344 2, 60 | always causes a ~specific difference of virtues - for instance 345 2, 60 | virtues - for instance the difference between that ~which is good 346 2, 60 | is of a nature to cause a difference of virtues. ~Consequently 347 2, 60 | other men. And every such difference, being differently ~related 348 2, 60 | and less do not cause a difference of species, unless ~they 349 2, 61 | virtues differ by reason of a difference of ~movement and term: so 350 2, 62 | in respect of the formal ~difference of their objects. Now the 351 2, 63 | change introduced into the difference expressed in ~a definition 352 2, 63 | a definition involves a difference of species. But the definition 353 2, 63 | There is a twofold specific difference among habits. The ~first, 354 2, 63 | species, on account of the difference between the natures to which ~ 355 2, 64 | mean. In like manner the difference between excess ~and deficiency 356 2, 67 | part of the subject. The difference of perfect and ~imperfect 357 2, 67 | part of the ~subject the difference of perfect and imperfect 358 2, 67 | when ~you remove a specific difference, the substance of the genus 359 2, 67 | thus if you remove the difference ~constituting whiteness, 360 2, 67 | genus is not ~related to difference as matter to form, so that 361 2, 67 | identically the same, when the difference is removed, as ~the substance 362 2, 67 | changed: for genus and difference are not the parts of a species, 363 2, 67 | material ~things, so does the difference, and likewise the genus; 364 2, 67 | that which is material; the difference, by ~signifying that which 365 2, 67 | the signification of the difference ~is confined to the genus 366 2, 67 | confined to the genus if the difference be removed, the substance 367 2, 67 | charity of heaven, is a difference on the part of the ~cause: 368 2, 68 | Mt. 5:3]: but there is a difference of order, for there [viz. 369 2, 70 | from a seed or root, the difference ~between these fruits must 370 2, 72 | specifically we find a twofold ~difference: the first causes the diversity 371 2, 72 | and "inanimate": the other difference is consequent to ~specific 372 2, 72 | crow and swan, and yet this difference is found within the ~one 373 2, 72 | must therefore say that the difference between venial and mortal 374 2, 72 | mortal sin, ~or any other difference is respect of the debt of 375 2, 72 | punishment, cannot be a ~difference constituting specific diversity. 376 2, 72 | manners of sin. Therefore ~the difference derived from the debt of 377 2, 72 | Body Para. 3/3~Now the difference between venial and mortal 378 2, 72 | species, it follows that ~this difference is consequent to the specific 379 2, 72 | consequent to the specific difference of sins, not ~that it is 380 2, 72 | cause thereof. And this difference may be found even in ~things 381 2, 72 | is neither species nor ~difference of non-being," as the Philosopher 382 2, 72 | that, There is a twofold difference in sins; a material ~difference 383 2, 72 | difference in sins; a material ~difference and a formal difference: 384 2, 72 | difference and a formal difference: the material difference 385 2, 72 | difference: the material difference is to be ~observed in the 386 2, 72 | sinful act; while the formal difference is gathered from their relation 387 2, 72 | in the material specific difference, which are nevertheless ~ 388 2, 72 | for "contrariety is a ~difference of form," as stated in Metaph. 389 2, 72 | sometimes consequent to specific difference, in so ~far as they are 390 2, 73 | another by reason of the difference of objects.~Aquin.: SMT 391 2, 73 | 2); and consequently the difference of ~gravity in sins depends 392 2, 73 | from their ~objects, the difference of gravity which is derived 393 2, 73 | that, considering the sole difference between spiritual ~and carnal, 394 2, 74 | malice, according to ~the difference of the deeds, as the Philosopher 395 2, 74 | consequently there is a like difference of consent on either hand. ~ 396 2, 76 | nevertheless even here there is a ~difference, since man can acquire knowledge 397 2, 78 | answer that, There is a difference between a sin committed 398 2, 78 | from imperfect. Such is the difference between sin committed through ~ 399 2, 79 | consequently, and not as a specific difference.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 400 2, 88 | be ~taken as the specific difference of a moral act, and then 401 2, 88 | as it were, the ~specific difference of the moral act.~Aquin.: 402 2, 91 | that "there is little ~difference [*The 'little difference' 403 2, 91 | difference [*The 'little difference' refers to the Latin words ' 404 2, 97 | expedient according to the difference of his ~condition. An example 405 2, 102 | flesh, but also by a certain difference of ~attire. Wherefore they 406 2, 103 | there seems to have been a difference of ~opinion between Jerome 407 2, 103 | to show that there is a difference between these rites. For 408 2, 104 | figurative, there will be no difference between the judicial and ~ 409 2, 104 | 2/2~The reason for this difference may be gathered from what 410 2, 105 | stranger: there shall be no difference of persons." It also removed ~ 411 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The difference between a loan and a deposit 412 2, 107 | that "there is little difference between the Law and Gospel" [* 413 2, 107 | and Gospel" [*The ~'little difference' refers to the Latin words ' 414 2, 107 | according to the other difference which Augustine assigns ( 415 2, 107 | different ends: and this difference will be ~specific, especially 416 2, 107 | than ~another part, the difference of perfect and imperfect 417 2, 108 | this is assigned as ~the difference between the New and Old 418 2, 108 | herein we must observe a difference. For there ~are some which 419 2, 108 | 1/4~I answer that, The difference between a counsel and a 420 2, 110 | as regards the first, a difference must ~be noted between the 421 2, 110 | And according to this ~difference of good the love of God 422 2, 110 | God's grace - with this difference, that what ~is pleasing 423 2, 111 | fittingly set down as a difference of ~grace, since it is found 424 2, 112 | Further, there is this difference between the sacraments of 425 2, 113 | thus they differ by the difference between guilt, which is 426 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This difference of past and future arises, 427 2, 4 | future arises, not from any ~difference in the thing believed, but 428 2, 8 | anyone who considers the difference between ~intellect and sense, 429 2, 8 | there would seem to be no difference between folly, dulness, ~ 430 2, 8 | 1/4~I answer that, The difference between the gift of understanding 431 2, 8 | Body Para. 2/4~But the difference between this gift of understanding 432 2, 8 | Reply OBJ 1: The foregoing difference between those four gifts 433 2, 10 | unbelief. Now the specific difference depends not on material 434 2, 20 | respect of its specific difference, as an inordinate ~thing 435 2, 20 | respect of ~its generic difference, which is the movement of 436 2, 20 | except by reason of its difference, by excluding its ordinateness.~ 437 2, 25 | Para. 4/5~Again a further difference must be observed here: for 438 2, 25 | and vice may make such a difference in such like ~matters, that 439 2, 26 | Philosopher, showing the difference between goodwill and ~the 440 2, 28 | dissension proceeds from a ~difference of opinion, because one 441 2, 37 | iii, 10]: "I ~consider the difference between schism and heresy 442 2, 37 | certain respect, to find a difference ~between schism and heresy: 443 2, 45 | aspects. ~Now a yet greater difference of object is requisite for 444 2, 45 | object is requisite for a difference of ~powers than for a difference 445 2, 45 | difference of ~powers than for a difference of habits, since several 446 2, 45 | A[1]). Consequently any ~difference in the aspect of an object, 447 2, 45 | object, that requires a difference of ~powers, will "a fortiori" 448 2, 45 | will "a fortiori" require a difference of habits.~Aquin.: SMT SS 449 2, 45 | intellectual virtues by ~a material difference of objects. "Wisdom," "knowledge" 450 2, 45 | differ according to the difference of object considered in 451 2, 45 | that does not prevent this difference from making the habits differ ~ 452 2, 46 | caution." The reason of their ~difference is seen from the fact that 453 2, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the difference between the seven gifts 454 2, 59 | where there is no specific difference, there ought to be no diversity 455 2, 59 | works, there is then a difference of matter between them. 456 2, 59 | retaliation is based on the ~difference between the voluntary and 457 2, 59 | repayment, by reason of a difference, ~not on part, but on the 458 2, 61 | persons, ~because the very difference of persons causes, in that 459 2, 64 | case of theft. The third difference ~is that which completes 460 2, 64 | species, because there is a difference of ~proximate ends, since 461 2, 65 | this respect there is a difference between judges of ~lower 462 2, 66 | Q[67], A[3], ad 2), the ~difference between denunciation and 463 2, 66 | time. And since a slight difference ~of words changes the sense, 464 2, 75 | places, on account of the difference of supply: because ~where 465 2, 79 | another. Now a logical difference in the object suffices for 466 2, 79 | the object suffices for a difference ~of virtue, as stated above ( 467 2, 79 | Himself. Since, ~then, a difference of aspect distinguishes 468 2, 82 | Trinity of Persons, not a difference of adoration.~Aquin.: SMT 469 2, 83 | is the reason for their difference.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 470 2, 85 | Para. 2/4~There is this difference between the ceremonial and 471 2, 87 | the future. Yet there is a difference: ~since, in the oath that 472 2, 87 | the outset: ~yet with a difference: because if a man swear 473 2, 88 | adjuration. Yet there is this difference ~between them, that man 474 2, 93 | this would be to deny the ~difference between intellect and sense, 475 2, 97 | things, and ~that the only difference is one of matter. Therefore 476 2, 97 | material, but also a formal difference. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[99] A[ 477 2, 101 | Ethic. ix, 2). Since this difference of aspect in the ~object 478 2, 101 | distinguish a corresponding difference of dulia: and all the more 479 2, 105 | differ ~according to the difference of sight and hearing. Therefore 480 2, 108 | it cannot be a specific difference. If, on the other ~hand, 481 2, 109 | however, a mere logical difference between them, because by ~ 482 2, 117 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The difference between the prodigal and 483 2, 120 | different ways according to the difference of men. Hence ~they were 484 2, 121 | other passions there was a difference of opinion between the ~ 485 2, 127 | itself: but they make a great difference in their relation to reason, 486 2, 127 | Since, however, there is a difference as regards ~the difficulty 487 2, 134 | that the reason ~for the difference assigned by this gloss is 488 2, 135 | thing in the point of ~their difference, as stated in the Article.~ 489 2, 139 | Yet there is a logical difference between temperance ~and 490 2, 141 | differentiated according to the difference of matter or ~object. Now 491 2, 144 | qu. 11): "It makes no difference whatever to virtue what 492 2, 146 | to different motives, the difference of circumstances argues 493 2, 146 | circumstances argues a ~specific difference of vice: but this does not 494 2, 147 | use of reason: so that the difference of drinks bears an ~accidental 495 2, 147 | relation to virtue. Hence this difference does not call for a ~difference 496 2, 147 | difference does not call for a ~difference of virtue. The same applies 497 2, 147 | The same applies to the difference of meats.~Aquin.: SMT SS 498 2, 150 | battle in keeping with the ~difference of the times: but John was 499 2, 152 | assigned with regard to a ~difference of matter.~Aquin.: SMT SS 500 2, 152 | connected with a ~formal difference of object, which difference


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