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1 1, 3 | nature or essence must differ from the "suppositum," because 2 1, 3 | God His existence should differ from His essence. Secondly, 3 1, 3 | in Him ~essence does not differ from existence. Therefore 4 1, 3 | as an essential, but they differ ~in their existence. For 5 1, 3 | quiddity - i.e. essence - must differ. But in God they do ~not 6 1, 3 | But in God they do ~not differ, as shown in the preceding 7 1, 3 | form; nor does His nature differ from His ~"suppositum"; 8 1, 3 | matter exist, and in no way ~differ from each other. Therefore 9 1, 3 | minor - whatever things differ, they differ by some ~differences, 10 1, 3 | whatever things differ, they differ by some ~differences, and 11 1, 3 | simple. Therefore they nowise differ from each other.~Aquin.: 12 1, 3 | 3: Simple things do not differ by added differences - for 13 1, 3 | compounds. Thus man and horse differ by their ~differences, rational 14 1, 3 | differences, however, do not ~differ from each other by other 15 1, 3 | things which are different differ by something." ~Therefore, 16 1, 3 | primary matter and God do not differ, but ~are by their very 17 1, 4 | essence ~and existence differ. Therefore no creature can 18 1, 5 | really?~(2) Granted that they differ only in idea, which is prior 19 1, 5 | goodness and ~being really differ.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[1] 20 1, 5 | are really the same, and differ only ~in idea; which is 21 1, 5 | nevertheless since they differ in thought, they are not 22 1, 5 | praised as beauty. But they differ logically, ~for goodness 23 1, 5 | For goodness and being differ logically. But mode, ~species 24 1, 6 | absolute things opinions ~differ. Plato held the existence 25 1, 10 | seems that eternity does not differ from time. For two ~measures 26 1, 10 | Therefore aeviternity does not differ from time.~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 10 | bodies and spiritual things differ in ~the genus of their nature, 28 1, 11 | they would necessarily ~differ from each other. Something 29 1, 12 | all; also that creatures differ from Him, inasmuch as He 30 1, 13 | same thing ~in reality, but differ in idea, it can be objected 31 1, 14 | the intelligible species differ ~from the substance of the 32 1, 14 | of potentiality makes it differ ~from the intelligible object 33 1, 16 | because truth ~and being differ in idea.~Aquin.: SMT FP 34 1, 16 | to suppositum, yet they differ logically. And in this manner ~ 35 1, 19 | existence essentially, yet ~they differ in aspect, according to 36 1, 27 | intellect and ~the will differ in this respect, that the 37 1, 28 | relation and essence ~do not differ from each other, but are 38 1, 28 | garment; but not if they differ logically. Hence ~in the 39 1, 30 | The nature of God does not differ from His will more than 40 1, 30 | predicated of many which differ in being.~ 41 1, 31 | other from one another, differ in some way ~from one another. 42 1, 31 | that the hypostases do not differ from each other in substance, 43 1, 31 | adjoined, if they do not differ in ~"suppositum," as part 44 1, 32 | the Father and the Son ~differ in substance, which was 45 1, 32 | of lord and father must differ according to the ~difference 46 1, 32 | these three notions really differ, or not. If they really 47 1, 32 | or not. If they really differ, ~it follows that the person 48 1, 32 | several things. ~But if they differ only logically, it follows 49 1, 32 | each other, do not really differ. Nor again are ~they predicated 50 1, 33 | unbegotten and begotten differ in substance. But the Son, 51 1, 33 | Who is ~begotten, does not differ from the Father in substance. 52 1, 33 | does the created substance differ from the ~uncreated. In 53 1, 34 | understanding; whereas they really differ from ~each other; for "to 54 1, 34 | Word proceeding does not ~differ really from the divine intellect, 55 1, 36 | and the possible do not differ in things ~perpetual" (Phys. 56 1, 36 | order except in those which differ only by their matter; as 57 1, 39 | God essence and person ~differ, forasmuch as they held 58 1, 39 | to ~the essence does not differ therefrom really, but only 59 1, 39 | essence and person in God differ in our way of thinking, ~ 60 1, 40 | are really the same, but differ in ~concept. Consequently, 61 1, 40 | Although these do not really differ, yet ~they differ in the 62 1, 40 | really differ, yet ~they differ in the mode of signification; 63 1, 40 | and the concrete do not differ. But it is against the nature 64 1, 41 | OBJ 2: The notional acts differ from the relations of the 65 1, 41 | as these imply movement, differ from ~the relations which 66 1, 41 | is that will and nature differ in their manner of ~causation, 67 1, 41 | that which is" do ~not differ. If, therefore, in God it 68 1, 43 | Son and of the Holy ~Ghost differ from each other. Therefore 69 1, 45 | substance of motion, and differ only according ~to diverse 70 1, 50 | are like ~numbers," which differ by addition and subtraction 71 1, 50 | 1/1~Whether the angels differ in species?~Aquin.: SMT 72 1, 50 | seem that the angels do not differ in species. For since ~the " 73 1, 50 | But the angels ~seem to differ only from one another according 74 1, 50 | Therefore the ~angels do not differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 75 1, 50 | as agree in species but differ ~in number, agree in form, 76 1, 50 | Therefore ~irrational animals differ in species according to 77 1, 50 | like manner all the angels differ in ~species according to 78 1, 54 | then the middle does not differ ~from them; because extreme 79 1, 56 | because that species would not differ from the angel ~understood, 80 1, 58 | are the same, or do they ~differ?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 81 1, 58 | various natures of things differ less as to their mode ~of 82 1, 58 | and the same, and only differ as to the things known. 83 1, 58 | and the evening ~knowledge differ. Thus Augustine seems to 84 1, 59 | But intellect and reason differ as to their manner of ~knowing; 85 1, 59 | angel the will does not differ from the ~intellect and 86 1, 59 | will of ~the angel does not differ from his nature or his intellect.~ 87 1, 59 | Now the good and the true differ, not ~really but only logically [* 88 1, 59 | object is the good, does not differ ~from the intellect, whose 89 1, 62 | another way in men, ~who differ only numerically. For specific 90 1, 65 | untenable. For, if things that differ agree in some point, there 91 1, 66 | On this point holy men differ in opinion. Augustine for ~ 92 1, 66 | contradictory, in reality they differ but little; for Augustine ~ 93 1, 66 | abode of rest." But they ~differ in the reasons on which 94 1, 68 | opinions on the firmament ~differ. For if by the firmament 95 1, 68 | waters above the firmament ~differ in species from those under 96 1, 68 | them. If then, these waters differ in species, it is not the ~ 97 1, 68 | If the waters are held to differ in species, the firmament ~ 98 1, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, fish differ from birds as much as birds 99 1, 74 | from birds as much as birds differ from the ~beasts of the 100 1, 74 | all ~animals whatsoever differ from each other. But one 101 1, 74 | be found not greatly to differ, if the ~diversity of opinion 102 1, 75 | another way their relations differ, inasmuch as the impression 103 1, 75 | seems that the soul does not differ from an angel ~except in 104 1, 75 | as one whiteness does not differ from another except as in ~ 105 1, 76 | individuals are things ~which differ in number but agree in one 106 1, 76 | corruptible and incorruptible differ ~generically," says the 107 1, 76 | species and forms of things differ from ~one another, as the 108 1, 76 | things to numbers, which differ in ~species by the addition 109 1, 77 | Further, contraries are what differ most from each other. ~Therefore 110 1, 77 | considers of itself; while they differ in the formalities regarded 111 1, 77 | partly agree and ~partly differ. They agree in this, that 112 1, 77 | after a manner actual. They differ, however, in two ~respects. 113 1, 77 | substantial and accidental forms ~differ, because, since that which 114 1, 39 | God essence and person ~differ, forasmuch as they held 115 1, 39 | to ~the essence does not differ therefrom really, but only 116 1, 39 | essence and person in God differ in our way of thinking, ~ 117 1, 40 | are really the same, but differ in ~concept. Consequently, 118 1, 40 | Although these do not really differ, yet ~they differ in the 119 1, 40 | really differ, yet ~they differ in the mode of signification; 120 1, 40 | and the concrete do not differ. But it is against the nature 121 1, 41 | OBJ 2: The notional acts differ from the relations of the 122 1, 41 | as these imply movement, differ from ~the relations which 123 1, 41 | is that will and nature differ in their manner of ~causation, 124 1, 41 | that which is" do ~not differ. If, therefore, in God it 125 1, 43 | Son and of the Holy ~Ghost differ from each other. Therefore 126 1, 46 | substance of motion, and differ only according ~to diverse 127 1, 51 | are like ~numbers," which differ by addition and subtraction 128 1, 51 | 1/1~Whether the angels differ in species?~Aquin.: SMT 129 1, 51 | seem that the angels do not differ in species. For since ~the " 130 1, 51 | But the angels ~seem to differ only from one another according 131 1, 51 | Therefore the ~angels do not differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 132 1, 51 | as agree in species but differ ~in number, agree in form, 133 1, 51 | Therefore ~irrational animals differ in species according to 134 1, 51 | like manner all the angels differ in ~species according to 135 1, 55 | then the middle does not differ ~from them; because extreme 136 1, 57 | because that species would not differ from the angel ~understood, 137 1, 59 | are the same, or do they ~differ?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 138 1, 59 | various natures of things differ less as to their mode ~of 139 1, 59 | and the same, and only differ as to the things known. 140 1, 59 | and the evening ~knowledge differ. Thus Augustine seems to 141 1, 60 | But intellect and reason differ as to their manner of ~knowing; 142 1, 60 | angel the will does not differ from the ~intellect and 143 1, 60 | will of ~the angel does not differ from his nature or his intellect.~ 144 1, 60 | Now the good and the true differ, not ~really but only logically [* 145 1, 60 | object is the good, does not differ ~from the intellect, whose 146 1, 63 | another way in men, ~who differ only numerically. For specific 147 1, 66 | untenable. For, if things that differ agree in some point, there 148 1, 67 | On this point holy men differ in opinion. Augustine for ~ 149 1, 67 | contradictory, in reality they differ but little; for Augustine ~ 150 1, 67 | abode of rest." But they ~differ in the reasons on which 151 1, 69 | opinions on the firmament ~differ. For if by the firmament 152 1, 69 | waters above the firmament ~differ in species from those under 153 1, 69 | them. If then, these waters differ in species, it is not the ~ 154 1, 69 | If the waters are held to differ in species, the firmament ~ 155 1, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, fish differ from birds as much as birds 156 1, 73 | from birds as much as birds differ from the ~beasts of the 157 1, 73 | all ~animals whatsoever differ from each other. But one 158 1, 73 | be found not greatly to differ, if the ~diversity of opinion 159 1, 74 | another way their relations differ, inasmuch as the impression 160 1, 74 | seems that the soul does not differ from an angel ~except in 161 1, 74 | as one whiteness does not differ from another except as in ~ 162 1, 75 | individuals are things ~which differ in number but agree in one 163 1, 75 | corruptible and incorruptible differ ~generically," says the 164 1, 75 | species and forms of things differ from ~one another, as the 165 1, 75 | things to numbers, which differ in ~species by the addition 166 1, 76 | Further, contraries are what differ most from each other. ~Therefore 167 1, 76 | considers of itself; while they differ in the formalities regarded 168 1, 76 | partly agree and ~partly differ. They agree in this, that 169 1, 76 | after a manner actual. They differ, however, in two ~respects. 170 1, 76 | substantial and accidental forms ~differ, because, since that which 171 1, 78 | practical is "good"; which differ in nature. Therefore the 172 1, 78 | and practical intellects differ. For it is the ~speculative 173 1, 79 | the same in ~reality, but differ in aspect: for a thing is 174 1, 83 | those others, since they differ from ~them essentially: 175 1, 83 | active ~intelligence." They differ, too, in this respect, that 176 1, 86 | will ~and of the intellect, differ logically, but one is contained 177 1, 87 | that immaterial substances differ altogether ~from the quiddity 178 1, 88 | so, as corporeal things differ from incorporeal in ~genus, 179 1, 89 | things that exist and do differ are the same. But God ~and 180 1, 89 | mind exist, and in no way differ, for they could only be ~ 181 1, 89 | this reason things which differ must in some way be ~compound; 182 1, 89 | be ~compound; since they differ in something, and in something 183 1, 89 | sense, although all that differ are diverse, yet all ~things 184 1, 89 | that are diverse do not differ. For simple things are diverse; 185 1, 89 | are diverse; yet ~do not differ from one another by differences 186 1, 89 | instance, a man and a horse differ by the difference of ~rational 187 1, 89 | cannot say that these again differ by ~some further difference.~ 188 1, 89 | natural ~condition, and differ only by merit; so that some 189 1, 103 | of inferior bodies which differ from them in species. Such 190 1, 114 | that intellect does not differ from ~sense; it would follow 191 1, 114 | that intellect does not differ from ~sense. Wherefore some 192 1, 118 | because, since man does not differ from animals and plants 193 2, 1 | specific nature, yet they ~differ in things pertaining to 194 2, 6 | through fear and compulsion differ not only ~according to present 195 2, 8 | powers for objects that differ in genus ~and are on an 196 2, 12 | one as to the subject, may differ, ~according to our way of 197 2, 15 | the means it would ~nowise differ from choice. And this is 198 2, 15 | consent ~and choice do not differ in reality, but only in 199 2, 18 | contrary, Boethius says (De Differ. Topic. ii) that "if the 200 2, 18 | OBJ 3: Further, acts that differ in species produce different 201 2, 18 | and ~evil actions do not differ in species.~Aquin.: SMT 202 2, 18 | Therefore human actions ~do not differ in species on account of 203 2, 18 | But a good and a bad habit differ in species, as ~liberality 204 2, 18 | also good and bad actions differ in ~species.~Aquin.: SMT 205 2, 18 | color and to know sound, differ ~essentially in reference 206 2, 18 | as compared to reason, ~differ specifically and have effects 207 2, 18 | generative power, they do not differ in species; and thus ~they 208 2, 18 | OBJ 3: Further, acts that differ in species, can be ordained 209 2, 18 | object. But circumstances differ from the object. Therefore ~ 210 2, 18 | the same ~as to make it differ in species. Now that which 211 2, 18 | better or ~worse, makes it differ in goodness and malice. 212 2, 18 | Therefore it causes it to ~differ in species. Therefore every 213 2, 18 | does not make the action differ in ~species.~Aquin.: SMT 214 2, 19 | from the object, does not differ from that which is derived 215 2, 19 | derived from the end, ~as they differ in the acts of the other 216 2, 20 | in ~respect of wills that differ, they are two distinct things, 217 2, 23 | 1/1 - HOW THE PASSIONS DIFFER FROM ONE ANOTHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 218 2, 23 | consider how the passions differ from one another: and under ~ 219 2, 23 | Further, passions and actions differ specifically according to ~ 220 2, 23 | of the different powers differ in species; for ~instance, 221 2, 23 | passions of the irascible part differ in species from ~those of 222 2, 23 | passions of different faculties differ in ~species; since a greater 223 2, 23 | belong to different powers, differ ~not only in species but 224 2, 23 | object of a ~single power, differ as the species of that genus.~ 225 2, 23 | OBJ 2: Further, passions differ according to their objects; 226 2, 23 | objects; just as ~movements differ according to their termini. 227 2, 23 | But fear and daring do not differ in respect of good ~and 228 2, 23 | the passions of the soul differ according to their objects. 229 2, 23 | contrary to one another, differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 230 2, 23 | to one another, do not differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 231 2, 23 | passions of the same power to differ in species, without being 232 2, 23 | the contrary, Love and joy differ in species, and are in the ~ 233 2, 23 | there ~are passions that differ in species without being 234 2, 23 | I answer that, Passions differ in accordance with their 235 2, 26 | movements of the appetite differ by reason of their ~objects. 236 2, 26 | Further, if dilection and love differ, it seems that it is ~chiefly 237 2, 26 | xiv, 7). But they do not differ thus; because as Augustine 238 2, 26 | love and dilection do not differ: thus ~indeed Augustine 239 2, 26 | charity and friendship. They differ, however, in ~this, that " 240 2, 26 | OBJ 3: Love and dilection differ, not in respect of good 241 2, 27 | same as the good, and they differ in ~aspect only. For since 242 2, 29 | iv). But hatred ~and love differ according to the difference 243 2, 29 | the same in reality, but differ ~as considered by reason. 244 2, 30 | respect of ~which the passions differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 245 2, 30 | that ~pleasurable object differ "in number."~Aquin.: SMT 246 2, 30 | natural, and some not, they ~differ only in respect of their 247 2, 31 | the passions of the soul differ according to their objects. 248 2, 31 | Therefore joy does not differ from delight.~Aquin.: SMT 249 2, 35 | pain agree in one point and differ ~in two. They agree in this, 250 2, 35 | stated above (A[1]). But they differ in respect of those two ~ 251 2, 40 | OBJ 2: Further, passions differ according to their objects. 252 2, 40 | Therefore hope does not ~differ specifically from desire 253 2, 40 | as the irascible passions differ from the ~concupiscible. 254 2, 42 | each regards ~evil: they differ, however, in two points. 255 2, 42 | cannot be remedied seem to ~differ from other things, merely 256 2, 46 | passions of the ~irascible part differ from the passions of the 257 2, 50 | quality, as some maintained, differ from qualities of the third 258 2, 50 | disposition and habit, differ in bodies ~by way of intensity 259 2, 50 | it is manifest that men differ in habits; and so it was ~ 260 2, 50 | of science, in which ~men differ from one another, could 261 2, 50 | sensitive powers, which ~differ in various men.~Aquin.: 262 2, 50 | and the human intellect differ with ~regard to this habit. 263 2, 54 | text. 33 (since things that differ in matter belong ~to different 264 2, 54 | that "those objects that differ generically belong to different ~ 265 2, 54 | habits also. Now things ~that differ in genus differ in species, 266 2, 54 | things ~that differ in genus differ in species, but not vice 267 2, 54 | habits of different powers differ in species: but it does 268 2, 54 | objects. ~For contraries differ in species. Now the same 269 2, 54 | 1~On the contrary, Acts differ in species according to 270 2, 54 | ordinary way in which forms ~differ specifically; or according 271 2, 54 | formal aspect, which may differ ~in species or even in genus. 272 2, 57 | Now "making" and "doing" differ, as stated in Metaph. ix, 273 2, 57 | which pronounce judgment, differ according to their different ~ 274 2, 57 | Synesis}" and "{gnome}" differ in respect of the different ~ 275 2, 58 | that moral virtue does not differ from intellectual ~virtue. 276 2, 58 | intellectual virtue do not differ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[58] A[ 277 2, 58 | Therefore moral virtue does not ~differ from intellectual.~Aquin.: 278 2, 58 | Further, a thing does not differ from that which is included 279 2, 58 | Therefore moral virtue does not differ from intellectual.~Aquin.: 280 2, 59 | are about the passions, differ ~accordingly to the difference 281 2, 60 | HOW THE MORAL VIRTUES DIFFER FROM ONE ANOTHER (FIVE ARTICLES)~ 282 2, 60 | consider how the moral virtues differ from one another: ~under 283 2, 60 | Whether the moral virtues differ in point of the various 284 2, 60 | OBJ 2: Further, habits differ, not in respect of their 285 2, 60 | appetitive faculty. Now habits differ specifically ~according 286 2, 60 | about operations must needs differ from those which are about ~ 287 2, 60 | those operations seem to differ most, which are directed ~ 288 2, 60 | the common good, does not differ, save ~logically, from the 289 2, 60 | due to ~another: but they differ in respect of various special 290 2, 60 | so that virtue does not differ, save logically, from legal ~ 291 2, 60 | Whether the moral virtues differ in point of the various 292 2, 60 | the moral virtues do not differ according to ~the objects 293 2, 60 | about operations, do not differ according to the objects 294 2, 60 | that are about passions differ according to the objects 295 2, 60 | various ~objects of pleasure differ only by reason of being 296 2, 60 | eutrapelia," all of which differ in respect of their ~diverse 297 2, 61 | are they?~(4) Whether they differ from one another?~(5) Whether 298 2, 61 | the four cardinal virtues differ from one another? ~Aquin.: 299 2, 61 | Divine. Now these virtues differ by reason of a difference 300 2, 63 | infused virtue does not differ in species from ~acquired 301 2, 63 | been said (A[3]), do not differ seemingly, save in relation 302 2, 63 | intellectual ~virtue does not differ from the acquired virtue.~ 303 2, 63 | Therefore they do not differ in species.~Aquin.: SMT 304 2, 63 | acquired and infused virtue differ as that which is ~wrought 305 2, 63 | and acquired temperance differ in ~species; and the same 306 2, 63 | domestics'] of God" (Eph. 2:19), differ from the acquired virtues, ~ 307 2, 63 | Infused and acquired virtue differ not only in relation to ~ 308 2, 67 | and the knowledge of glory differ ~as perfect from imperfect. 309 2, 67 | respect; yet the things which differ as perfect and imperfect 310 2, 68 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the Gifts differ from the virtues?~(2) Of 311 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Whether the Gifts differ from the virtues?~Aquin.: 312 2, 68 | seem that the gifts do not differ from the virtues. For ~Gregory 313 2, 68 | Therefore the gifts do not differ from ~the virtues commonly 314 2, 68 | virtues and gifts do not differ ~from one another.~Aquin.: 315 2, 68 | seems that the ~gifts do not differ from the virtues.~Aquin.: 316 2, 69 | Whether the beatitudes differ from the gifts and virtues?~( 317 2, 69 | 1~Whether the beatitudes differ from the virtues and gifts?~ 318 2, 69 | that the beatitudes do not differ from the virtues ~and gifts. 319 2, 69 | Therefore the ~beatitudes do not differ from the virtues and gifts.~ 320 2, 69 | Therefore the beatitudes do not differ from them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 321 2, 69 | Therefore the beatitudes do not ~differ from the virtues and gifts.~ 322 2, 69 | Therefore the beatitudes differ from the virtues and gifts.~ 323 2, 69 | Consequently the beatitudes differ from the virtues and gifts, 324 2, 70 | are acts?~(2) Whether they differ from the beatitudes?~(3) 325 2, 70 | 1/1~Whether the fruits differ from the beatitudes?~Aquin.: 326 2, 70 | seem that the fruits do not differ from the beatitudes. ~For 327 2, 70 | into different species, differ from one ~another. But fruits 328 2, 70 | enumerated. Therefore the fruits ~differ from the beatitudes.~Aquin.: 329 2, 70 | chastity": whether these two differ because chastity withdraws 330 2, 70 | thirtyfold fruits do not ~differ as various species of virtuous 331 2, 72 | carnal sins;~(3) Whether sins differ in reference to their causes?~( 332 2, 72 | causes?~(4) Whether they differ with respect to those who 333 2, 72 | against?~(5) Whether sins differ in relation to the debt 334 2, 72 | punishment?~(6) Whether they differ in regard to omission and 335 2, 72 | commission?~(7) Whether they differ according to their various 336 2, 72 | stages?~(8) Whether they differ in respect of excess and 337 2, 72 | deficiency?~(9) Whether they differ according to their various 338 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether sins differ in species according to 339 2, 72 | would seem that sins do not differ in species, according to ~ 340 2, 72 | it seems that sins should differ specifically according to 341 2, 72 | human acts. Therefore sins differ specifically according to 342 2, 72 | things. Therefore sins do not differ ~in species according to 343 2, 72 | words, deeds, and desires differ in species according to 344 2, 72 | various ~objects: since acts differ by their objects, as stated 345 2, 72 | Therefore sins, also differ in species according to 346 2, 72 | nature. Consequently sins differ specifically on the part 347 2, 72 | sin. Now ~voluntary acts differ in species according to 348 2, 72 | to the same ~whether sins differ by their objects or by their 349 2, 72 | its due ~order: hence sins differ specifically according to 350 2, 72 | the same: since virtues differ specifically according to 351 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether sins differ specifically in reference 352 2, 72 | It would seem that sins differ specifically in reference 353 2, 72 | them also. Therefore they differ specifically in ~reference 354 2, 72 | Since, therefore, sins differ specifically according to 355 2, 72 | seems that much more do they differ in reference to their ~other 356 2, 72 | Therefore, seemingly, sins ~differ specifically according to 357 2, 72 | sins. Therefore sins do not differ ~specifically according 358 2, 72 | consequently substances differ in respect of their matter 359 2, 72 | movements and operations differ ~specifically in respect 360 2, 72 | evident that ~sins do not differ specifically according to 361 2, 72 | which sins are opposed, ~differ specifically in respect 362 2, 72 | Therefore venial and mortal sins differ ~specifically. ~Aquin.: 363 2, 72 | the end of sin. Now sins differ ~specifically in relation 364 2, 72 | thereof. Therefore sins do not differ specifically according to ~ 365 2, 72 | answer that, In things that differ specifically we find a twofold ~ 366 2, 72 | commission and omission differ specifically?~Aquin.: SMT 367 2, 72 | commission and omission differ ~specifically. For "offense" 368 2, 72 | commission. Therefore they differ specifically, since ~they 369 2, 72 | omission and commission differ ~specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 370 2, 72 | omission and commission differ as affirmation and ~negation. 371 2, 72 | omission and commission do not ~differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 372 2, 72 | although the actions themselves differ specifically ~according 373 2, 72 | omission and commission, they differ ~specifically, using species 374 2, 72 | commission, they do not differ specifically, because ~they 375 2, 72 | Consequently sins do not ~differ specifically according to 376 2, 72 | Therefore these sins do not differ specifically. Therefore 377 2, 72 | 1~I answer that, Things differ specifically in two ways: 378 2, 72 | thus a horse and an ox differ specifically: ~secondly, 379 2, 72 | Consequently ~these three differ in respect of the various 380 2, 72 | For excess and deficiency differ in respect of more and ~ 381 2, 72 | the contrary, Contraries differ specifically, for "contrariety 382 2, 72 | 13,14. Now vices that ~differ according to excess and 383 2, 72 | wastefulness. Therefore they differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 384 2, 72 | Therefore ~these sins not only differ specifically, but are contrary 385 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether sins differ specifically in respect 386 2, 72 | seem that vices and sins differ in respect of different ~ 387 2, 72 | A[10]). Therefore ~sins differ specifically according as 388 2, 74 | 3: Further, delectations differ in goodness and malice, 389 2, 78 | habits were formed: but they differ from them as perfect ~from 390 2, 79 | 3] Body Para. 3/3~These differ from one another in respect 391 2, 83 | how a number of things ~differ" (Metaph. i). But the infection 392 2, 85 | corruptible and the incorruptible differ generically" ~(Metaph. x, 393 2, 87 | mortal and venial sin, which differ in respect of the ~punishment 394 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 1: Sins do not differ infinitely from one another 395 2, 87 | sinful act; but they do differ infinitely in respect of 396 2, 87 | voluntary. And since those who differ as to the debt of ~punishment, 397 2, 88 | since venial and mortal sins differ in respect of the ~debt 398 2, 88 | mortal sin?~(2) Whether they differ generically?~(3) Whether 399 2, 88 | Whether mortal and venial sin differ generically?~Aquin.: SMT 400 2, 88 | venial and mortal sin do not differ ~generically, so that some 401 2, 88 | venial and mortal sin do not differ generically.~Aquin.: SMT 402 2, 88 | Therefore ~mortal and venial sin differ as sin committed through 403 2, 88 | in this respect, sins ~differ not in genus but in cause, 404 2, 88 | venial and mortal sin do not differ generically.~Aquin.: SMT 405 2, 88 | But mortal and venial sin differ in genus or ~species, as 406 2, 88 | generically mortal, ~for they differ in species. Nevertheless, 407 2, 88 | Further, venial and mortal sin differ as curable and incurable ~ 408 2, 88 | Further, evil and good differ more than venial and mortal 409 2, 88 | and mortal sin are said to differ in this, that ~he who sins 410 2, 88 | that, Venial and mortal differ as perfect and imperfect 411 2, 95 | the same force, seem to differ not ~formally but only materially. 412 2, 95 | force. Therefore they do not differ, except materially. But ~ 413 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue differ from the other ~precepts 414 2, 102 | precepts, they would not differ from the moral precepts. 415 2, 105 | established. For whereas these differ in kind, as the Philosopher ~ 416 2, 107 | manner neither can they differ ~according to the other 417 2, 107 | is clear that ~movements differ in species through being 418 2, 107 | democratic ~government, would differ specifically from a law 419 2, 113 | objects; ~and thus they differ by the difference between 420 2, 113 | generation ~and corruption differ, although the generation 421 2, 1 | several symbols, which nowise differ from one another, save ~ 422 2, 4 | living and a dead thing ~differ specifically. On the other 423 2, 4 | and lifeless faith do not differ specifically, as ~though 424 2, 4 | different species. But they differ as perfect and ~imperfect 425 2, 4 | Now wisdom and knowledge differ ~in this, that wisdom is 426 2, 8 | neither does understanding differ from ~the other gifts.~Aquin.: 427 2, 8 | understanding does not differ from the other intellectual 428 2, 12 | fitting things of God, differ merely as affirmation and 429 2, 13 | things ~whose opposites differ, are themselves different. ~ 430 2, 13 | Obstinacy and impenitence differ not only in respect of ~ 431 2, 14 | OBJ 3: Further, if they differ at all, it seems to be chiefly 432 2, 16 | observe that love and hope differ in this, that love denotes 433 2, 17 | continuation of happiness ~does not differ in respect of present, past 434 2, 18 | same ~substantially but differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 435 2, 18 | Living and lifeless faith differ, not as regards the ~object, 436 2, 18 | charity, ~and so they do not differ substantially. On the other 437 2, 18 | servile and ~filial fear differ as to their objects: and 438 2, 18 | since also natural movements differ ~specifically according 439 2, 18 | initial and filial fear differ in respect of perfection 440 2, 18 | Therefore initial fear does not differ substantially from ~filial 441 2, 18 | perfect and imperfect charity differ, ~not as to essence but 442 2, 18 | understand it here, does not differ essentially from ~filial 443 2, 24 | OBJ 2: Further, the demons differ from the blessed angels 444 2, 29 | beneficence and goodwill differ only as external ~and internal 445 2, 29 | 1~I answer that, Virtues differ according to the different 446 2, 37 | division, it would seem not to ~differ, as a special sin, from 447 2, 40 | fighting. Secondly, they differ in that war is, properly 448 2, 45 | and ~political prudence differ neither specifically nor 449 2, 45 | the species of ~habits differ according to the difference 450 2, 45 | wherefore the species of habits differ by their relation to ~different 451 2, 45 | soldiering, and civic life, differ specifically ~although their 452 2, 45 | difference from making the habits differ ~specifically; but it follows 453 2, 46 | governs a multitude, ~which differ specifically as stated above ( 454 2, 46 | The various enumerations differ, either because different ~ 455 2, 47 | reason as a power does not differ essentially from the ~intelligence, 456 2, 49 | consequently virtues must differ ~according to different 457 2, 49 | answer that cognitive habits differ according to higher and 458 2, 53 | fraud." But they seem to differ in the fact that "guile" ~ 459 2, 56 | same as all virtue, but differ in their ~mode of being." 460 2, 56 | being." Now things that differ merely in their mode of 461 2, 56 | being or ~logically do not differ essentially. Therefore justice 462 2, 56 | good of the ~individual differ not only in respect of the " 463 2, 56 | and the home and the ~like differ only as many and few and 464 2, 59 | and commutative justice differ not only in ~respect of 465 2, 59 | for the reason that they differ specifically, ~where there 466 2, 64 | species. For theft and robbery differ as "secret" and "manifest": 467 2, 64 | and the ~manifest do not differ specifically. Therefore 468 2, 64 | Therefore ~they do not differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 469 2, 64 | theft and robbery do not differ.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 470 2, 64 | theft: and consequently they differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 471 2, 70 | taunt. But reviling seems to differ from railing or taunt. Therefore ~ 472 2, 71 | Nevertheless the ~order may differ by reason of aggravating 473 2, 72 | neither does tale-bearing differ from backbiting.~Aquin.: 474 2, 72 | i.e. a backbiter." They differ ~however in end, because 475 2, 73 | derision ~would seem not to differ from reviling.~Aquin.: SMT 476 2, 73 | agree as to the end but ~differ in mode, because derision 477 2, 73 | species. Yet they both ~differ from reviling, as being 478 2, 74 | violent ~death, he does not differ, in desire, from a murderer, 479 2, 76 | made into coins does not differ specifically from ~silver 480 2, 79 | also many attributes, which differ at least logically from 481 2, 81 | speculative and ~practical reason differ in this, that the speculative 482 2, 81 | distinct powers in us: but they differ as the perfect from the ~ 483 2, 87 | Further, the duties of a judge differ from the duties of a ~witness, 484 2, 90 | signifying it. Now these things differ ~sometimes: for "lapis" [ 485 2, 93 | Now ~divinations seem to differ merely according to the 486 2, 94 | Yet ~astronomical images differ from necromantic images 487 2, 97 | should at the same time differ specifically. Now murder, ~ 488 2, 97 | one species, "animal," but differ in the species ~"colored 489 2, 97 | possible for two sins to differ specifically as to their 490 2, 102 | OBJ 4: Further, virtues differ in species according to 491 2, 102 | from ~which it proceeds differ specifically.~Aquin.: SMT 492 2, 105 | for blindness and deafness differ ~according to the difference 493 2, 108 | Christ ~and of others often differ from one another: wherefore 494 2, 117 | covetousness and prodigality ~differ variously in respect of 495 2, 119 | not a gift. For the gifts differ from the ~virtues, as stated 496 2, 126 | act of fortitude, they ~differ as to motive, as stated 497 2, 130 | Q[131], A[2]): and these differ from vainglory. Therefore ~ 498 2, 131 | Pusillanimity and magnanimity differ as greatness and ~littleness 499 2, 131 | differs as great and little differ in ~connection with the 500 2, 133 | slow to spend. Yet they differ in this, that illiberality


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