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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Further, sacred doctrine is divided into the Old and the New 2 1, 4 | differences by which "genera" are divided, and ~"species" constituted, 3 1, 5 | 6) Whether goodness is divided into the virtuous, the useful, 4 1, 5 | Whether goodness is rightly divided into the virtuous*, the 5 1, 5 | goodness is not rightly divided into the virtuous, ~the 6 1, 5 | pleasant. For goodness is divided by the ten ~predicaments, 7 1, 5 | goodness is not rightly divided by them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 5 | the useful ought not to divided against ~the pleasant and 9 1, 5 | identical with being, is divided ~by the ten predicaments. 10 1, 5 | Reply OBJ 3: Goodness is not divided into these three as something ~ 11 1, 7 | since the more a thing is divided, the greater ~number of 12 1, 8 | into which any quantity ~is divided. What therefore is whole 13 1, 11 | addition to ~it. But "being" is divided by "one" and by "many." 14 1, 11 | being whilst its parts are ~divided, but after they make up 15 1, 11 | principle of number, were divided into ~contrary opinions. 16 1, 11 | thing which in one way is ~divided, from being another way 17 1, 11 | way undivided; as what is divided in number, ~may be undivided 18 1, 11 | essence, though ~it may be divided as regards what is outside 19 1, 11 | undivided actually, ~and divided potentially, as what is " 20 1, 11 | undivided accidentally, and ~divided absolutely, as if it were 21 1, 11 | absolutely, as if it were divided in essence and undivided 22 1, 11 | Hence in that way, being is divided by "one" and by "many"; ~ 23 1, 11 | the ~undivided is to the divided; and is thus opposed to 24 1, 11 | undivided is to the ~thing divided.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 25 1, 11 | because we do not understand ~divided things to convey the idea 26 1, 11 | undivided inasmuch as He is divided neither actually nor potentially, 27 1, 11 | according as a thing is more divided, or is divisible, ~either 28 1, 13 | creatures they are received and divided and ~multiplied. As therefore, 29 1, 13 | that what are manifold ~and divided in others should exist in 30 1, 13 | falls short, so that what is divided and multiplied in the effects ~ 31 1, 13 | perfections existing in creatures divided and multiplied, pre-exist ~ 32 1, 13 | that it is singular, is divided off from all others. Hence ~ 33 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: Whatever is divided and multiplied in creatures 34 1, 14 | the ~perfections which are divided among inferior beings, exist 35 1, 14 | refers to the thing, it is divided and ~false; for the sense 36 1, 18 | operation. For nothing is divided except ~into parts of the 37 1, 18 | same genus. But life is divided by certain operations, ~ 38 1, 20 | and the like, are mutually divided ~against one another. But 39 1, 21 | justice in God. For justice is divided ~against temperance. But 40 1, 29 | taken in a general sense, as divided into first and second, and 41 1, 30 | sense in which being is divided by one and by many. This 42 1, 39 | denominations; or one substance divided into two ~imperfect substances; 43 1, 39 | is, humanity - is really divided among its ~different subjects, 44 1, 40 | is common to them all is divided, because ~the common essence 45 1, 44 | matter are two principles divided ~against each other, neither 46 1, 47 | said (Gn. 1:4,7) that God "divided the light from the darkness," 47 1, 47 | from the darkness," and "divided waters from waters." Therefore 48 1, 47 | creatures is manifold and divided and hence the ~whole universe 49 1, 47 | light made . . . And He divided the light from the ~darkness."~ 50 1, 48 | Is. 59:2: "Our sins have divided between us and ~God." Yet 51 1, 48 | Whether evil is adequately divided into pain* and fault?~[* 52 1, 48 | that evil is not adequately divided into pain and ~fault. For 53 1, 48 | Therefore evil is ~inadequately divided into pain and fault.~Aquin.: 54 1, 48 | evil is not sufficiently divided into pain and ~fault.~Aquin.: 55 1, 53 | magnitude of the palm is divided, even so are the ~intermediate 56 1, 54 | xi) that "the angels are ~divided into substance, power, and 57 1, 54 | separated substances are divided into intellect and will. 58 1, 58 | 38), ~"The sciences are divided just as things are." But 59 1, 59 | intellective appetite is not divided into irascible ~and concupiscible; 60 1, 59 | sensitive appetite is so divided. The reason ~of this is 61 1, 59 | part, ~the appetite is not divided according to the distinction 62 1, 59 | the sensitive appetite is divided, which does ~not crave for 63 1, 60 | good of things adequately divided ~whereof one is not the 64 1, 65 | given in the words, "He divided the light from the ~darkness, 65 1, 66 | OBJ 2: Further, time is divided by day and night. But in 66 1, 66 | for these began when "God divided the ~light from the darkness. " 67 1, 68 | written (Gn. 1:7): "(God) divided the waters that ~were under 68 1, 68 | infinitely rarefied ~or divided, but up to a certain point 69 1, 68 | part actually luminous, and divided ~into eight spheres. One 70 1, 70 | third day, the earth was ~divided into sea and dry land. So 71 1, 74 | the corporeal creation is divided are three, according to 72 1, 74 | as, "He made," or, ~"He divided," or, "He called."~Aquin.: 73 1, 76 | live when they have been divided in ~each part are observed 74 1, 76 | everything ~that moves itself is divided into two parts, of which 75 1, 76 | a whole is that which is divided into parts, there are three 76 1, 76 | There is a whole ~which is divided into parts of quantity, 77 1, 76 | is also a whole which is divided into logical and essential ~ 78 1, 76 | parts: as a thing defined is divided into the parts of a definition, 79 1, 76 | whole which is potential, divided into virtual parts. The 80 1, 76 | therefore, the surface being divided, the ~whiteness is accidentally 81 1, 76 | whiteness is accidentally divided. But a form which requires 82 1, 76 | the parts: hence it is not divided ~accidentally when the whole 83 1, 76 | accidentally when the whole is divided. So therefore quantitative ~ 84 1, 77 | that "heavenly spirits ~are divided into essence, power, and 85 1, 77 | accident as meaning what is divided against ~substance, then 86 1, 77 | accident; ~because they are divided by affirmation and negation, 87 1, 77 | quality which of itself is divided into color, sound, and the ~ 88 1, 77 | the soul are oppositely divided, as various species. Therefore 89 1, 39 | denominations; or one substance divided into two ~imperfect substances; 90 1, 39 | is, humanity - is really divided among its ~different subjects, 91 1, 40 | is common to them all is divided, because ~the common essence 92 1, 45 | matter are two principles divided against each other, neither 93 1, 48 | said (Gn. 1:4,7) that God "divided the light from ~the darkness," 94 1, 48 | from ~the darkness," and "divided waters from waters." Therefore 95 1, 48 | creatures is manifold and divided and hence the ~whole universe 96 1, 48 | light made . . . And He divided the light from the ~darkness."~ 97 1, 49 | Is. 59:2: "Our sins have divided between us and ~God." Yet 98 1, 49 | Whether evil is adequately divided into pain* and fault?~[* 99 1, 49 | that evil is not adequately divided into pain and ~fault. For 100 1, 49 | Therefore evil is ~inadequately divided into pain and fault.~Aquin.: 101 1, 49 | evil is not sufficiently divided into pain and ~fault.~Aquin.: 102 1, 54 | magnitude of the palm is divided, even so are the ~intermediate 103 1, 55 | xi) that "the angels are ~divided into substance, power, and 104 1, 55 | separated substances are divided into intellect and will. 105 1, 59 | 38), ~"The sciences are divided just as things are." But 106 1, 60 | intellective appetite is not divided into irascible ~and concupiscible; 107 1, 60 | sensitive appetite is so divided. The reason ~of this is 108 1, 60 | part, ~the appetite is not divided according to the distinction 109 1, 60 | the sensitive appetite is divided, which does ~not crave for 110 1, 61 | good of things adequately divided ~whereof one is not the 111 1, 66 | given in the words, "He divided the light from the ~darkness, 112 1, 67 | OBJ 2: Further, time is divided by day and night. But in 113 1, 67 | for these began when "God divided the ~light from the darkness. " 114 1, 69 | written (Gn. 1:7): "(God) divided the waters that ~were under 115 1, 69 | infinitely rarefied ~or divided, but up to a certain point 116 1, 69 | part actually luminous, and divided ~into eight spheres. One 117 1, 71 | third day, the earth was ~divided into sea and dry land. So 118 1, 73 | the corporeal creation is divided are three, according to 119 1, 73 | as, "He made," or, ~"He divided," or, "He called."~Aquin.: 120 1, 75 | live when they have been divided in ~each part are observed 121 1, 75 | everything ~that moves itself is divided into two parts, of which 122 1, 75 | a whole is that which is divided into parts, there are three 123 1, 75 | There is a whole ~which is divided into parts of quantity, 124 1, 75 | is also a whole which is divided into logical and essential ~ 125 1, 75 | parts: as a thing defined is divided into the parts of a definition, 126 1, 75 | whole which is potential, divided into virtual parts. The 127 1, 75 | therefore, the surface being divided, the ~whiteness is accidentally 128 1, 75 | whiteness is accidentally divided. But a form which requires 129 1, 75 | the parts: hence it is not divided ~accidentally when the whole 130 1, 75 | accidentally when the whole is divided. So therefore quantitative ~ 131 1, 76 | that "heavenly spirits ~are divided into essence, power, and 132 1, 76 | accident as meaning what is divided against ~substance, then 133 1, 76 | accident; ~because they are divided by affirmation and negation, 134 1, 76 | quality which of itself is divided into color, sound, and the ~ 135 1, 76 | the soul are oppositely divided, as various species. Therefore 136 1, 77 | taken specifically will be ~divided into three parts: first, 137 1, 77 | Further, a species is not divided against its genus. But taste 138 1, 77 | small, and therefore it is divided according to its ~proper 139 1, 77 | generically one, but is divided into several specific ~senses, 140 1, 77 | distinguished. For the common is not divided against the proper. ~Therefore 141 1, 77 | sensitive." But ~passion is not divided against its subject. Therefore 142 1, 78 | whatever way a thing is divided. And ~so far as reason is 143 1, 78 | And ~so far as reason is divided according to its various 144 1, 78 | intellect. And thus it is divided against intellect as act ~ 145 1, 78 | Ezech. 1:6, "synderesis" is ~divided against the irascible, the 146 1, 79 | Whether the appetite should be divided into intellectual and ~sensitive 147 1, 79 | Further, the common is not divided from the proper. But each ~ 148 1, 80 | power?~(2) Whether it is divided into irascible and concupiscible 149 1, 80 | Reply OBJ 2: Sensuality is divided against higher and lower 150 1, 80 | the sensitive appetite is divided into the irascible and ~ 151 1, 80 | sensitive appetite is not divided into the ~irascible and 152 1, 80 | called sensuality; but it is divided into two powers, which are 153 1, 80 | and amenable to reason is divided into ~concupiscence and 154 1, 80 | sensitive appetite, which is divided into concupiscible and irascible; ~ 155 1, 81 | 5) Whether the will is divided into irascible and concupiscible?~ 156 1, 81 | irrational" part of the soul is divided into the desiderative and ~ 157 1, 82 | Bernard takes habit, not as divided against power, but as signifying 158 1, 84 | and unity, which cannot be divided either ~actually or potentially. 159 1, 88 | much the more ~is the light divided and diversified, as is the 160 1, 88 | Augustine, however, seem to be divided in opinion as regards ~the 161 1, 92 | that a part is not rightly divided against the whole, but ~ 162 1, 102 | clear from the fact that he divided providence, which is the ~ 163 1, 112 | knowledge the Lord hath divided them, and diversified their 164 2, 1 | movements are, ~in a way, divided into action and passion, 165 2, 18 | were to say: "Animals are divided into rational and ~irrational; 166 2, 19 | reason; the act of which is divided essentially by ~the difference 167 2, 23 | the sensitive appetite is divided, as stated in ~the FP, Q[ 168 2, 26 | Whether love is properly divided into love of friendship, 169 2, 26 | Whether love is properly divided into love of friendship 170 2, 26 | that love is not properly divided into love of ~friendship 171 2, 26 | Therefore love ~is not properly divided into love of concupiscence 172 2, 26 | Further, a thing cannot be divided by another member of the 173 2, 26 | Reply OBJ 1: Love is not divided into friendship and concupiscence, 174 2, 30 | and amenable to reason, is divided into ~the faculties of concupiscence 175 2, 30 | that concupiscences are not divided into those ~which are natural 176 2, 30 | concupiscences should ~not be divided into those that are natural 177 2, 35 | and ~so pleasure is not divided into several species as 178 2, 42 | 2: "Your iniquities have divided ~between you and your God." 179 2, 48 | OBJ 3: Every power that is divided in itself is weakened. ~ 180 2, 49 | way, according as it is divided against ~habit. Again, disposition, 181 2, 49 | properly so called, can be divided against ~habit in two ways: 182 2, 50 | species of quality, which is divided ~against habit. Therefore 183 2, 51 | objection takes nature as divided against reason and ~will; 184 2, 54 | 3) Whether habits are divided into good and bad?~(4) Whether 185 2, 54 | 1/1~Whether habits are divided into good and bad?~Aquin.: 186 2, 54 | seem that habits are not divided into good and bad. For ~ 187 2, 54 | Therefore habits are not divided into ~good and bad.~Aquin.: 188 2, 54 | cannot ~be specifically divided into good and evil.~Aquin.: 189 2, 54 | Therefore, habits are not divided into ~good and bad. ~Aquin.: 190 2, 54 | vice. Now contraries are divided specifically into good and 191 2, 54 | Accordingly habits are divided into good ~and bad, namely, 192 2, 55 | said (Q[54], A[3]), are divided into good and bad, we ~must 193 2, 56 | science and art are often ~divided against virtue; while at 194 2, 58 | Whether virtue is adequately divided into moral and intellectual ~ 195 2, 58 | Whether virtue is adequately divided into moral and intellectual?~ 196 2, 58 | virtue is not adequately divided into moral ~and intellectual. 197 2, 58 | virtue is not adequately divided into intellectual and ~moral, 198 2, 58 | virtue is not adequately divided into ~intellectual and moral.~ 199 2, 58 | virtue ~is not adequately divided into intellectual and moral.~ 200 2, 59 | sensitive appetite, which is divided into irascible and concupiscible, ~ 201 2, 60 | part of the soul, which is divided into several powers, as 202 2, 60 | that moral virtues are not divided into those which ~are about 203 2, 61 | Whether they are fittingly divided into social, perfecting, 204 2, 61 | When a univocal genus is divided into its species, the ~members 205 2, 61 | cardinal virtues are fittingly divided into social virtues, ~perfecting, 206 2, 61 | virtues are unfittingly divided ~into exemplar virtues, 207 2, 69 | 4) that "their soul is ~divided against itself . . . one 208 2, 70 | On the contrary, Things divided into different species, 209 2, 70 | fruits and beatitudes are divided into different parts, as ~ 210 2, 70 | generically one, though divided into ~many species which 211 2, 72 | Whether sin is fittingly divided into sin against God, against 212 2, 72 | that sin is unfittingly divided into sin against ~God, against 213 2, 72 | Therefore sin is not fittingly divided into these three.~Aquin.: 214 2, 72 | consequently sin is unfittingly ~divided according to these three.~ 215 2, 72 | for instance, when sin is ~divided into "mortal" and "venial." 216 2, 72 | Whether sins are fittingly divided into sins of thought, word, 217 2, 72 | that sins are unfittingly divided into sins of ~thought, word, 218 2, 72 | animals. Accordingly sins are divided into these three, viz. sins 219 2, 72 | degree, which is, however, divided into ~three stages, viz. 220 2, 77 | weakened ~through being divided, so that, on the contrary, 221 2, 77 | the ~third, which is not divided into two because all the 222 2, 91 | this way the Divine law is divided into Old and New. ~Hence 223 2, 95 | seem that Isidore wrongly divided human statutes or ~human 224 2, 95 | A thing can of itself be divided in respect of something ~ 225 2, 95 | and therefore animal is ~divided properly and of itself in 226 2, 95 | which human law can be ~divided properly and of itself. 227 2, 95 | respect positive law is divided into the "law of ~nations" 228 2, 95 | respect human law may be divided ~according to the different 229 2, 98 | out Satan, his kingdom is divided" [Vulg.: 'he is divided 230 2, 98 | divided" [Vulg.: 'he is divided against ~himself']. Therefore 231 2, 100 | therefore, should not be divided into two.~Aquin.: SMT FS 232 2, 100 | decalogue are differently divided by ~different authorities. 233 2, 101 | the Old Law are suitably divided into ~sacrifices, sacred 234 2, 101 | Old Law are unsuitably ~divided into "sacrifices, sacred 235 2, 102 | satisfying for sins. It was divided into two parts: ~for one 236 2, 102 | commandments. These sacrifices were divided into ~three parts: for one 237 2, 102 | tabernacle or temple to be divided ~by means of veils.~Aquin.: 238 2, 102 | Now the ~tabernacle was divided into two parts: one was 239 2, 102 | This outer tabernacle was divided from the court by a ~veil; 240 2, 102 | ruminants and animals with a divided hoof, because in such ~animals 241 2, 102 | chews the cud and has a ~divided hoof, is clean in signification. 242 2, 105 | Mt. 12:25: "Every kingdom divided against ~itself shall be 243 2, 105 | forbidden the ~kingdom to be divided under two kings: nor should 244 2, 105 | possessions themselves were ~divided among individuals: for it 245 2, 105 | was that they should be divided ~equally, wherefore it is 246 2, 107 | ordained to an end may be ~divided in two ways, considered 247 2, 111 | Whether grace is fittingly divided into gratuitous grace and ~ 248 2, 111 | Whether grace is fittingly divided into sanctifying grace and 249 2, 111 | that grace is not fittingly divided into ~sanctifying grace 250 2, 111 | sanctifying grace ought not to be divided against gratuitous grace.~ 251 2, 111 | Whether grace is fittingly divided into operating and cooperating 252 2, 111 | that grace is not fittingly divided into operating ~and cooperating 253 2, 111 | Therefore grace is not fittingly divided into operating ~and cooperating.~ 254 2, 111 | Therefore grace is fittingly divided into ~operating and cooperating.~ 255 2, 111 | ways grace is fittingly divided into operating and ~cooperating. 256 2, 111 | meritorious good, it is fittingly divided into ~operating and cooperating 257 2, 111 | Whether grace is fittingly divided into prevenient and subsequent 258 2, 111 | that grace is not fittingly divided into prevenient ~and subsequent. 259 2, 111 | Therefore grace ought not to be divided into prevenient and subsequent.~ 260 2, 111 | grace is not ~fittingly divided into prevenient and subsequent.~ 261 2, 111 | to these, ~grace must be divided into prevenient and subsequent, 262 2, 111 | Hence grace is not fittingly divided into prevenient ~and subsequent.~ 263 2, 111 | Therefore grace is fittingly divided into ~prevenient and subsequent.~ 264 2, 111 | answer that, As grace is divided into operating and cooperating, 265 2, 111 | diverse effects, so also is it divided into prevenient and ~subsequent, 266 2, 111 | gratuitous grace is rightly divided by the Apostle?~Aquin.: 267 2, 111 | gratuitous grace is not rightly divided by the ~Apostle. For every 268 2, 111 | that the sea ~should be divided - and thus there is the " 269 2, 1 | to be believed should be divided into a certain ~number of 270 2, 1 | that are of faith should be divided into certain ~articles?~ 271 2, 1 | of faith should not be ~divided into certain articles. For 272 2, 1 | matters of faith should not be divided into ~articles.~Aquin.: 273 2, 1 | matters of faith should be divided into articles.~Aquin.: SMT 274 2, 1 | in so far as they are divided into parts, and fit together. 275 2, 4 | faith is not one virtue, but divided into several parts.~Aquin.: 276 2, 12 | blasphemy is not in this way ~divided into three species: since 277 2, 17 | the sensitive which is divided into irascible and ~concupiscible, 278 2, 18 | Whether fear is fittingly divided into filial, initial, servile 279 2, 18 | that fear is unfittingly divided into filial, ~initial, servile 280 2, 22 | is not one virtue, but is divided into a number of ~various 281 2, 22 | simply one virtue, and not divided into ~several species.~Aquin.: 282 2, 23 | this latter growth may be divided into many parts, yet it 283 2, 26 | Your iniquities have divided between you and your God." 284 2, 29 | Further, charity is not divided into several species: whereas ~ 285 2, 35 | 12:25, "Every kingdom divided against itself shall be 286 2, 37 | Is. 59:: "Your ~sins have divided between you and your God." 287 2, 46 | multitude is governed, is divided into various species ~according 288 2, 47 | intellectual virtue is divided into understanding and prudence, 289 2, 50 | not given to ~all, but are divided among various people, whereas 290 2, 55 | Whether right is fittingly divided into natural and positive 291 2, 55 | Whether right is fittingly divided into natural right and positive 292 2, 55 | that right is not fittingly divided into natural ~right and 293 2, 55 | Therefore right is ~unfittingly divided into natural and positive.~ 294 2, 55 | also ~Divine right may be divided in respect of these two 295 2, 55 | as stated above (A[2]) is divided into natural and ~positive. 296 2, 56 | sensitive apprehension, and is ~divided into the irascible and the 297 2, 77 | into which its genus ~is divided. Now the sin of transgression 298 2, 85 | being ~given. For they were divided into twelve tribes, and 299 2, 86 | please his wife; and he is ~divided." Hence the "monk" takes 300 2, 90 | another genus of superstition, divided ~into many species in respect 301 2, 99 | read, the estate had to be divided, and so ~forth: but chiefly, 302 2, 101 | it seems that dulia is ~divided into specifically different 303 2, 101 | latria. But latria is not ~divided into different species. 304 2, 101 | in this sense it is not divided into different species, 305 2, 108 | Whether lies are sufficiently divided into officious, jocose, 306 2, 108 | lies are not sufficiently divided into "officious," ~"jocose" 307 2, 108 | Therefore lies are ~unfittingly divided in this way.~Aquin.: SMT 308 2, 108 | lie. Therefore lies are divided into these three ~kinds.~ 309 2, 108 | answer that, Lies may be divided in three ways. First, with 310 2, 108 | 7~Secondly, lies may be divided with respect to their nature 311 2, 108 | injured. In this way ~lies are divided into the three kinds aforesaid.~ 312 2, 108 | Para. 3/7~Thirdly, lies are divided in a more general way, with 313 2, 115 | notion of fellowship is divided into two ~parts, justice 314 2, 120 | precepts of the decalogue are divided into two ~tables, corresponding 315 2, 126 | subjective parts, since it is not divided ~into several specifically 316 2, 139 | for this purpose may be divided into two classes. For ~some 317 2, 143 | into which virtue is also divided. ~Therefore honesty is the 318 2, 148 | genus. For ~gluttony is divided into "surfeiting [Douay:,' 319 2, 152 | Into what parts is lust divided?~(2) Whether simple fornication 320 2, 152 | OBJ 6: Further, the thing divided is not to be reckoned among 321 2, 153 | appetitive power, which is divided into the will, the concupiscible ~ 322 2, 171 | thus the soldiers, who divided Christ's garments, ~understood 323 2, 172 | Whether prophecy is fittingly divided into the prophecy of divine ~ 324 2, 172 | prophecy is unfittingly divided according to a ~gloss on 325 2, 172 | such things, prophecy is divided into various species, as ~ 326 2, 172 | 38:8), than by Moses, who divided the Red Sea (Ex. ~14:21). 327 2, 176 | 3: Further, miracles are divided into "signs," "wonders" 328 2, 177 | Whether life is fittingly divided into active and contemplative?~( 329 2, 177 | Whether life is fittingly divided into active and contemplative?~ 330 2, 177 | that life is not fittingly divided into active and ~contemplative. 331 2, 177 | that life is not fittingly divided ~into active and contemplative.~ 332 2, 177 | Therefore ~life is unfittingly divided into active and contemplative.~ 333 2, 177 | that life is unfittingly divided into ~active and contemplative.~ 334 2, 177 | man's life is fittingly divided into active and ~contemplative.~ 335 2, 177 | Life in general is not divided into active and ~contemplative, 336 2, 177 | Whether life is adequately divided into active and contemplative?~ 337 2, 177 | that life is not adequately divided into active and ~contemplative. 338 2, 177 | that life is inadequately ~divided into active and contemplative.~ 339 2, 177 | seem that life should be ~divided into more kinds than the 340 2, 177 | Therefore life is adequately divided into active and ~contemplative.~ 341 2, 177 | intellect. Now the intellect is ~divided into active and contemplative, 342 2, 177 | Therefore life too is adequately divided ~into active and contemplative.~ 343 2, 178 | contemplation is fittingly divided into a ~threefold movement, 344 2, 178 | contemplation is unfittingly ~divided into a threefold movement, " 345 2, 181 | not true, since they are divided into their ~respective parts 346 2, 181 | Therefore state is unfittingly ~divided according to beginning, 347 2, 183 | remaining part is to be divided ~among the clergy according 348 3, 2 | Christ is not parted or divided into two ~persons, but is 349 3, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: Accident is divided against substance. Now substance, 350 3, 2 | OBJ 2: Further, grace is divided against nature, even as 351 3, 2 | principle. But if things are divided in opposition ~to one another, 352 3, 7 | saints these graces are divided, but not in Christ.~Aquin.: 353 3, 7 | Q[111], A[2]), ~grace is divided into operating and cooperating. 354 3, 32 | itself in motion except it be divided ~into two parts, one being 355 3, 33 | time taken in movement is divided ~according to the division 356 3, 43 | saying ~that Satan is not divided against himself; secondly, 357 3, 46 | Egypt, Moses with a rod ~divided the sea, overthrew Pharaoh 358 3, 46 | unbelievers, the multitude is divided into right ~and left, those 359 3, 50 | flesh: not one hypostasis divided into ~two: because both 360 3, 51 | night, not that night is ~divided into two equal parts, but 361 3, 57 | heavens unless ~heaven were divided; which is impossible.~Aquin.: 362 3, 63 | the powers of the soul are divided into those of ~knowledge 363 3, 64 | 1 Cor. 1:13: ~"Is Christ divided?" the gloss says that "He 364 3, 75 | was to be eaten as ~it is divided piecemeal in a dead body, 365 3, 76 | Because those species can be divided ~infinitely. If therefore 366 3, 76 | dimensions ~be actually divided (as when the air is divided 367 3, 76 | divided (as when the air is divided or the bread cut), or ~whether 368 3, 76 | just as many times as it is divided into parts.~Aquin.: SMT 369 3, 77 | remaining in this sacrament are ~divided by the division of dimensive 370 3, 77 | quantity that substance can be divided, as is said in ~Phys. i. 371 3, 77 | the bread or the wine is divided into such parts as ~to keep 372 3, 77 | particles, or the wine ~divided into such tiny drops that 373 3, 77 | formerly was one, and ~is now divided into many, and this must 374 3, 77 | the flesh, thus, as it is divided ~piecemeal, in a dead body, 375 3, 79 | into which that genus is divided. But the other sacraments 376 3, 80 | eating ought not to be divided in contrast with spiritual 377 3, 80 | another ought not ~to be divided in contrast with each other. 378 3, 80 | Therefore, as the perfect is ~divided against the imperfect, so 379 3, 80 | received without its effect, is divided against ~spiritual eating, 380 3, 80 | spiritual eating is ~not divided in contrast with spiritual 381 3, 80 | not secure the effect, is divided ~in contrast with spiritual 382 3, 80 | perfection of its species, is divided in contrast with the ~perfect.~ 383 3, 80 | And since no genus is ~divided by an accidental difference, 384 3, 83 | improper for Christ to ~be divided. But Christ is in this sacrament 385 3, 83 | Passion Christ's body was divided in the ~places of the five 386 3, 90 | into which the whole is ~divided materially, for the parts 387 3, 90 | this way, each sacrament is divided into ~matter and form as 388 3, 90 | Whether Penance is fittingly divided into penance before Baptism, 389 3, 90 | that penance is unfittingly divided into penance ~before Baptism, 390 3, 90 | penance is not ~fittingly divided into these species.~Aquin.: 391 Suppl, 9 | is more fruitful if it be divided among several ~priests.~ 392 Suppl, 9 | multiplied when he makes a ~divided confession to different 393 Suppl, 37| Whether Order should be divided into several kinds?~(2) 394 Suppl, 37| Whether they ought to be divided into those that are sacred 395 Suppl, 37| other sacraments are not divided into ~several of which the 396 Suppl, 37| ought this sacrament to ~be divided into several Orders.~Aquin.: 397 Suppl, 37| OBJ 2: Further, if it be divided, the parts of the division 398 Suppl, 37| the ~various duties are divided among many men, so that 399 Suppl, 37| and hence also they are divided into various hierarchies. ~ 400 Suppl, 37| Whether the Order should be divided into those that are sacred 401 Suppl, 37| the Orders ought not to be divided into those ~that are sacred 402 Suppl, 41| Further, "Your iniquities have divided between you and your God." ~ 403 Suppl, 52| children, if ~several, are divided among the latter, or if 404 Suppl, 54| which a common thing is divided should not be ~placed in 405 Suppl, 54| consanguinity cannot be ~divided into ascending, descending 406 Suppl, 54| consanguinity should not be divided ~into lines and degrees.~ 407 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is not ~rightly divided into degrees.~Aquin.: SMT 408 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is not rightly divided into degrees.~Aquin.: SMT 409 Suppl, 54| designated, the line is divided, and becomes two lines. 410 Suppl, 55| of itself admit of being divided except ~in reference to 411 Suppl, 55| its genus: thus ~animal is divided into rational and irrational 412 Suppl, 66| irregular, since he has not divided his flesh among ~several 413 Suppl, 66| irregular, ~since he has not divided his flesh among several, 414 Suppl, 66| irregular, because he has not divided his flesh among ~several 415 Suppl, 71| efficiency. Therefore if it be divided ~among many it avails less 416 Suppl, 71| diminished if ~its effect be divided among many, in fact rather 417 Suppl, 71| effect of the ~suffrages is divided in virtue of Divine justice 418 Suppl, 72| little and great, will be divided into four parts dashing 419 Suppl, 74| therefore, just as Moses divided the works of the six days 420 Suppl, 77| respect ~of which it is divided. Therefore totality is ascribed 421 Suppl, 80| would follow that it is divided as to place. on the other 422 Suppl, 81| answer that, Opinion is much divided on this point. For some 423 Suppl, 90| it is united than when ~divided. Now the soul is more united 424 Suppl, 93| contrary, Things which are not divided in the same way are not 425 Suppl, 93| fruit and aureole are not divided in the same way, ~since 426 Suppl, 93| same way, ~since aureole is divided into the aureole of virgins, 427 Suppl, 93| doctors: whereas fruit is divided into the fruit of the married, 428 Suppl, 93| continence is adequately divided ~by these three. Therefore


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