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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 13 | by relation, inasmuch as ~relations serve to recall a thing 2 1, 13 | And the same applies to relations ~between "being" and "non-being" 3 1, 13 | extreme. The same is true of relations that follow upon ~an act 4 1, 13 | 3/5 ~Now there are other relations which are realities as regards 5 1, 13 | both; as is clear of all ~relations, consequent upon quantity; 6 1, 13 | and the same applies ~to relations consequent upon action and 7 1, 13 | apprehends ~them as terms of the relations of science and sense. Hence 8 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As relations applied to God temporally 9 1, 13 | therefore names signifying relations following upon the action ~ 10 1, 13 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Relations signified by these names 11 1, 13 | in idea; but the opposite relations in ~creatures are real. 12 1, 13 | should be denominated ~from relations really existing in the thing, 13 1, 13 | yet so that the opposite ~relations in God should also be understood 14 1, 13 | Reply OBJ 6: To know whether relations are simultaneous by nature 15 1, 13 | belong but the meaning of the relations themselves. For if one in ~ 16 1, 14 | Creator" and the like, import relations to ~creatures in so far 17 1, 14 | and the like, import the relations consequent upon the acts 18 1, 14 | themselves; and thus these relations are attributed to God variously, ~ 19 1, 14 | and ~the like, import relations consequent upon the acts 20 1, 15 | multiplied according to ~their relations to different creatures, 21 1, 15 | 1 ~OBJ 4: Further, these relations are either real in creatures 22 1, 15 | only according to these relations. But if they are real in 23 1, 15 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Such relations, whereby ideas are multiplied, 24 1, 15 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Relations multiplying ideas do not 25 1, 15 | God. Yet they are not real relations, such as those whereby the ~ 26 1, 15 | Persons are distinguished, but relations understood by God.~Aquin.: 27 1, 19 | good stands in various relations to the divine goodness, 28 1, 27 | other ~according to the relations of origin, the order of 29 1, 27 | procession; secondly, the ~relations of origin; thirdly, the 30 1, 28 | Para. 1/1 - THE DIVINE RELATIONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~The divine 31 1, 28 | FOUR ARTICLES)~The divine relations are next to be considered, 32 1, 28 | Whether there are real relations in God?~(2) Whether those 33 1, 28 | in God?~(2) Whether those relations are the divine essence itself, 34 1, 28 | God there can be several relations distinct from each ~other?~( 35 1, 28 | 4) The number of these relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 36 1, 28 | 1~Whether there are real relations in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 37 1, 28 | seem that there are no real relations in God. For ~Boethius says ( 38 1, 28 | terms. Therefore the divine relations are not real relations, 39 1, 28 | divine relations are not real relations, but are ~formed only by 40 1, 28 | same reason to ~the other relations in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 41 1, 28 | intelligible ~word. But the relations following upon the operation 42 1, 28 | the intellect are ~logical relations. Therefore paternity and 43 1, 28 | generation, are only logical relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 44 1, 28 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, relations exist in God really; in 45 1, 28 | we may ~consider that in relations alone is found something 46 1, 28 | mutual inclination; and such relations are necessarily real relations; ~ 47 1, 28 | relations are necessarily real relations; ~as in a heavy body is 48 1, 28 | and then they have real relations ~to each other. Therefore 49 1, 28 | Q[27], AA[2],4), these relations, ~according to the divine 50 1, 28 | processions, are necessarily real relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 51 1, 28 | Boethius likens the ~divine relations to a relation of identity, 52 1, 28 | not diversified by these ~relations, as neither is it by relation 53 1, 28 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Relations which result from the mental 54 1, 28 | objects understood are logical relations only, inasmuch as reason ~ 55 1, 28 | perceived by the mind. ~Those relations, however, which follow the 56 1, 28 | proceeds, are not logical relations only, but are real ~relations; 57 1, 28 | relations only, but are real ~relations; inasmuch as the intellect 58 1, 28 | paternity and filiation are real relations in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 59 1, 28 | is a man." Therefore, if relations exist in God, there ~must 60 1, 28 | he said ~that the divine relations are assistant, or externally 61 1, 28 | consider even in creatures, relations formally as such, in that 62 1, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the relations in God are really distinguished 63 1, 28 | would seem that the divine relations are not really ~distinguished 64 1, 28 | divine essence. Therefore the relations are not really ~distinguished 65 1, 28 | another. Therefore the ~relations are not really distinguished 66 1, 28 | trinity." Therefore, if ~the relations were not really distinguished 67 1, 28 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although relations, properly speaking, do not 68 1, 28 | there are only four real relations - paternity, filiation, ~ 69 1, 28 | are not only four real ~relations - paternity, filiation, 70 1, 28 | that in God there exist the relations of the intelligent ~agent 71 1, 28 | willed; which are real relations not comprised under those 72 1, 28 | there are not only four real relations in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 73 1, 28 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, real relations in God are understood as 74 1, 28 | the Word. But intelligible relations are ~infinitely multiplied, 75 1, 28 | infinite series of real relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 76 1, 28 | there are many more eternal relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 77 1, 28 | likeness, and identity are relations: and ~they are in God from 78 1, 28 | Therefore several more relations are ~eternal in God than 79 1, 28 | said that there are fewer ~relations in God than those above 80 1, 28 | thus there are not four ~relations in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 81 1, 28 | based only on action. Such relations are ~not based on the actions 82 1, 28 | procession, ~forasmuch as the relations of God to creatures are 83 1, 28 | Hence, it follows that real relations in God can be ~understood 84 1, 28 | processions two opposite relations arise; one of which is the 85 1, 28 | neither have the ensuing relations ~a proper name of their 86 1, 28 | themselves, and not to the relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 87 1, 28 | that in God these kinds of relations are not real; as ~neither 88 1, 28 | Reply OBJ 2: Intelligible relations in ourselves are infinitely ~ 89 1, 28 | and consequently also the relations understood. ~This does not 90 1, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Ideal relations exist as understood by God. 91 1, 28 | plurality that there are many relations in God; but ~that God knows 92 1, 28 | that God knows these many relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 93 1, 28 | similitude in God are not real relations; but ~are only logical relations ( 94 1, 28 | relations; but ~are only logical relations (Q[42], A[3], ad 4).~Aquin.: 95 1, 28 | nevertheless the mutual relations are not the same. Hence, 96 1, 29 | the ~processions and the relations, we must now approach the 97 1, 30 | effected by a plurality of relations. But in God there ~is no 98 1, 30 | is no plurality but of relations (Q[28], A[3]). Therefore 99 1, 30 | there are several real ~relations in God; and hence it follows 100 1, 30 | things, but not plurality of relations. Because ~relations are 101 1, 30 | plurality of relations. Because ~relations are predicated relatively, 102 1, 30 | relatively, and thus the relations do not import ~composition 103 1, 30 | 1]). But there are four relations in God as ~stated above ( 104 1, 30 | the several ~subsisting relations really distinct from each 105 1, 30 | distinction between the divine relations can come only from relative ~ 106 1, 30 | Therefore two opposite relations must needs refer to two ~ 107 1, 30 | two ~persons: and if any relations are not opposite they must 108 1, 30 | filiation are opposite ~relations, they belong necessarily 109 1, 30 | of the Son. The other two relations are not ~opposed to each 110 1, 30 | Although there are four relations in God, one of them, ~spiration, 111 1, 30 | constituting a person. The three ~relations - paternity, filiation, 112 1, 30 | except by the ~personal relations. So goodness belongs to 113 1, 31 | Yet it does not mean the relations themselves of the Persons, 114 1, 32 | related to the ~Father by two relations. For, since the very specific 115 1, 32 | it must be said that two relations are not ~specifically different 116 1, 32 | admitting ~in God, many logical relations. But in the Father there 117 1, 32 | corresponding to the ~two relations of the Son and of the Holy 118 1, 32 | we must understand two relations in the Father, whereby He ~ 119 1, 32 | it is necessary that the relations should be ~separately signified 120 1, 32 | in God these notions or relations are real, as stated ~above ( 121 1, 32 | proper to the persons are the relations whereby they are distinguished ~ 122 1, 32 | from each other. But the relations in God are only four (Q[ 123 1, 32 | Of these only four are relations, for ~"innascibility" is 124 1, 32 | OBJ 1: Besides the four relations, another notion must be ~ 125 1, 33 | terms which import personal relations; because the person proceeding 126 1, 34 | according to their various ~relations to creatures. Therefore 127 1, 34 | in the Word are implied relations to ~non-beings; which appears 128 1, 34 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Since the relations result from actions, some 129 1, 35 | is not by reason ~of the relations that we consider either 130 1, 36 | A[4], ad 3). Hence the relations also which follow from this 131 1, 36 | to signify the aforesaid relations, as when ~we use the names 132 1, 36 | the notional acts than the relations; so to ~signify the divine 133 1, 36 | each other only by the relations. Now the relations cannot 134 1, 36 | by the relations. Now the relations cannot distinguish ~the 135 1, 36 | forasmuch as they are opposite relations; which ~appears from the 136 1, 36 | that the Father has two relations, by one of which ~He is 137 1, 36 | these ~are not opposite relations, and therefore they do not 138 1, 36 | Holy Ghost there were two relations only, whereby each of them ~ 139 1, 36 | related to the Father, these relations would not be opposite to 140 1, 36 | neither would be the two relations whereby the Father is ~related 141 1, 36 | would be one, ~having two relations opposed to the two relations 142 1, 36 | relations opposed to the two relations of the Father. But this ~ 143 1, 36 | each other by opposite ~relations. Now there cannot be in 144 1, 36 | there cannot be in God any relations opposed to each ~other, 145 1, 36 | opposed to each ~other, except relations of origin, as proved above ( 146 1, 36 | A[44]). And ~opposite relations of origin are to be understood 147 1, 36 | belongs to the opposite relations, whereby the Father and 148 1, 37 | person Who proceeds, and the relations following from this ~procession 149 1, 37 | vocabulary, we ~express these relations by the words "love" and " 150 1, 39 | forasmuch as they held the relations to be "adjacent"; ~considering 151 1, 39 | considering only in the relations the idea of "reference to 152 1, 39 | to another," and ~not the relations as realities. But as it 153 1, 39 | 28], A[2]) ~in creatures relations are accidental, whereas 154 1, 39 | in creatures ~by means of relations, but only by essential principles; 155 1, 39 | principles; because in ~creatures relations are not subsistent. But 156 1, 39 | not subsistent. But in God relations are ~subsistent, and so 157 1, 39 | distinguished, ~because the relations themselves are not distinguished 158 1, 40 | PERSONS AS COMPARED TO THE RELATIONS OR PROPERTIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 159 1, 40 | persons in connection with the relations, or ~properties; and there 160 1, 40 | person?~(2) Whether the relations distinguish and constitute 161 1, 40 | mental abstraction of the relations from the persons leaves ~ 162 1, 40 | distinct?~(4) Whether the relations, according to our mode of 163 1, 40 | person there are several relations; as in the ~person of the 164 1, 40 | of signification of the ~relations, which do not indeed signify 165 1, 40 | Whence, they styled the relations ~"assistant," as above explained ( 166 1, 40 | are distinguished by the relations?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 167 1, 40 | not distinguished by the ~relations. For simple things are distinct 168 1, 40 | cannot be distinguished by relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 169 1, 40 | not distinguished by the relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 170 1, 40 | begotten. Further, that the relations, or the ~properties, make 171 1, 40 | from each other by the ~relations. Secondly: because the distinction 172 1, 40 | which are distinct. Now the ~relations or the properties distinguish 173 1, 40 | distinguished rather by relations than by origin. For, although 174 1, 40 | distinguished chiefly and firstly by relations; whence this name ~"Father" 175 1, 40 | persons are the subsisting relations themselves. Hence ~it is 176 1, 40 | be ~distinguished by the relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 177 1, 40 | hypostases remain if the relations are mentally abstracted ~ 178 1, 40 | remain if the properties or ~relations are mentally abstracted 179 1, 40 | follows ~that if the personal relations are mentally abstracted, 180 1, 40 | not distinguished by the relations, but only by origin; so ~ 181 1, 40 | And that the consequent ~relations which are to be regarded 182 1, 40 | properties." Hence, ~if these relations are mentally abstracted, 183 1, 40 | reasons: first, because the relations ~distinguish and constitute 184 1, 40 | absolutely say that the ~relations in our mode of understanding 185 1, 40 | if we suppose that ~the relations distinguish and constitute 186 1, 41 | whatever belongs to the relations, by the names ~of the persons, 187 1, 41 | persons are the mutual relations of the persons, as is clear 188 1, 41 | notional acts differ from the relations of the persons ~only in 189 1, 41 | which habitudes are the relations, or the notions. ~Nevertheless 190 1, 41 | movement, differ from ~the relations which result from action 191 1, 41 | separately after the manner of relations. Thus it is ~evident that 192 1, 41 | reason is in regard to the relations by which alone are the ~ 193 1, 41 | the divine Persons are the relations ~themselves as subsistent, 194 1, 42 | distinct by reason of the relations. ~Therefore equality is 195 1, 42 | they have in common and the relations in which they ~are distinct. 196 1, 42 | distinct from the personal relations: but ~in its concept it 197 1, 42 | concept it includes both the relations which distinguish the ~persons, 198 1, 42 | however, we consider the relations of cause and effect, or ~ 199 1, 42 | the other. But in God the ~relations themselves are the persons 200 1, 42 | nature, nor on the part the relations, can one ~person be prior 201 1, 42 | the distinction of the relations. Wherefore Augustine says ( 202 1, 42 | predicated of each of the relations; because all the relations 203 1, 42 | relations; because all the relations are one in ~essence and 204 1, 42 | 4]). Wherefore all ~the relations together are not greater 205 1, 42 | manifest that as regards the relations, each of two relative ~opposites 206 1, 42 | the distinction of the ~relations, not by any kind of essential 207 1, 44 | though multiplied by their relations to things, ~in reality are 208 1, 45 | only according ~to diverse relations (Phys. iii, text 20,21), 209 1, 45 | withdrawn, only diverse relations remain in the Creator and 210 1, 45 | in ~its creation; because relations, or their entire nature 211 1, 45 | not referred by any other relations, but by themselves; ~as 212 1, 45 | by their processions and relations. Therefore whatever difference 213 1, 45 | to the ~processions and relations of the Persons. But the 214 1, 45 | according to ~processions and relations. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 215 1, 45 | in creating according to relations ~and processions.~Aquin.: 216 1, 45 | nature, and not to the ~relations whereby the Persons are 217 1, 57 | future do not bear the same relations to the species. ~Present 218 1, 75 | But in another way their relations differ, inasmuch as the 219 1, 37 | person Who proceeds, and the relations following from this ~procession 220 1, 37 | vocabulary, we ~express these relations by the words "love" and " 221 1, 39 | forasmuch as they held the relations to be "adjacent"; ~considering 222 1, 39 | considering only in the relations the idea of "reference to 223 1, 39 | to another," and ~not the relations as realities. But as it 224 1, 39 | 28], A[2]) ~in creatures relations are accidental, whereas 225 1, 39 | in creatures ~by means of relations, but only by essential principles; 226 1, 39 | principles; because in ~creatures relations are not subsistent. But 227 1, 39 | not subsistent. But in God relations are ~subsistent, and so 228 1, 39 | distinguished, ~because the relations themselves are not distinguished 229 1, 40 | PERSONS AS COMPARED TO THE RELATIONS OR PROPERTIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 230 1, 40 | persons in connection with the relations, or ~properties; and there 231 1, 40 | person?~(2) Whether the relations distinguish and constitute 232 1, 40 | mental abstraction of the relations from the persons leaves ~ 233 1, 40 | distinct?~(4) Whether the relations, according to our mode of 234 1, 40 | person there are several relations; as in the ~person of the 235 1, 40 | of signification of the ~relations, which do not indeed signify 236 1, 40 | Whence, they styled the relations ~"assistant," as above explained ( 237 1, 40 | are distinguished by the relations?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 238 1, 40 | not distinguished by the ~relations. For simple things are distinct 239 1, 40 | cannot be distinguished by relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 240 1, 40 | not distinguished by the relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 241 1, 40 | begotten. Further, that the relations, or the ~properties, make 242 1, 40 | from each other by the ~relations. Secondly: because the distinction 243 1, 40 | which are distinct. Now the ~relations or the properties distinguish 244 1, 40 | distinguished rather by relations than by origin. For, although 245 1, 40 | distinguished chiefly and firstly by relations; whence this name ~"Father" 246 1, 40 | persons are the subsisting relations themselves. Hence ~it is 247 1, 40 | be ~distinguished by the relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 248 1, 40 | hypostases remain if the relations are mentally abstracted ~ 249 1, 40 | remain if the properties or ~relations are mentally abstracted 250 1, 40 | follows ~that if the personal relations are mentally abstracted, 251 1, 40 | not distinguished by the relations, but only by origin; so ~ 252 1, 40 | And that the consequent ~relations which are to be regarded 253 1, 40 | properties." Hence, ~if these relations are mentally abstracted, 254 1, 40 | reasons: first, because the relations distinguish and constitute 255 1, 40 | absolutely say that the ~relations in our mode of understanding 256 1, 40 | if we suppose that ~the relations distinguish and constitute 257 1, 41 | whatever belongs to the relations, by the names ~of the persons, 258 1, 41 | persons are the mutual relations of the persons, as is clear 259 1, 41 | notional acts differ from the relations of the persons ~only in 260 1, 41 | which habitudes are the relations, or the notions. ~Nevertheless 261 1, 41 | movement, differ from ~the relations which result from action 262 1, 41 | separately after the manner of relations. Thus it is ~evident that 263 1, 41 | reason is in regard to the relations by which alone are the ~ 264 1, 41 | the divine Persons are the relations ~themselves as subsistent, 265 1, 42 | distinct by reason of the relations. ~Therefore equality is 266 1, 42 | they have in common and the relations in which they ~are distinct. 267 1, 42 | distinct from the personal relations: but ~in its concept it 268 1, 42 | concept it includes both the relations which distinguish the ~persons, 269 1, 42 | however, we consider the relations of cause and effect, or ~ 270 1, 42 | the other. But in God the ~relations themselves are the persons 271 1, 42 | nature, nor on the part the relations, can one ~person be prior 272 1, 42 | the distinction of the relations. Wherefore Augustine says ( 273 1, 42 | predicated of each of the relations; because all the relations 274 1, 42 | relations; because all the relations are one in ~essence and 275 1, 42 | 4]). Wherefore all ~the relations together are not greater 276 1, 42 | manifest that as regards the relations, each of two relative ~opposites 277 1, 42 | the distinction of the ~relations, not by any kind of essential 278 1, 45 | though multiplied by their relations to things, ~in reality are 279 1, 46 | only according ~to diverse relations (Phys. iii, text 20,21), 280 1, 46 | withdrawn, only diverse relations remain in the Creator and 281 1, 46 | in ~its creation; because relations, or their entire nature 282 1, 46 | not referred by any other relations, but by themselves; ~as 283 1, 46 | by their processions and relations. Therefore whatever difference 284 1, 46 | to the ~processions and relations of the Persons. But the 285 1, 46 | according to ~processions and relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 286 1, 46 | in creating according to relations ~and processions.~Aquin.: 287 1, 46 | nature, and not to the ~relations whereby the Persons are 288 1, 58 | future do not bear the same relations to the species. ~Present 289 1, 74 | But in another way their relations differ, inasmuch as the 290 1, 82 | this is clear from their ~relations to their respective objects 291 1, 84 | accidents, and the various ~relations of the essence. Thus it 292 1, 91 | that office; ~hence near relations are debarred from intermarriage, 293 1, 92 | according to origin, or, rather, relations of ~origin. Now the mode 294 1, 118 | than to his father or other relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[119] A[ 295 2, 16 | But choice implies two relations: ~one, of the thing chosen, 296 2, 21 | Reason stands in different relations to the productions of ~art, 297 2, 35 | contraries; whereas contrary relations ~to contrary things, implies 298 2, 52 | three-cubits-long, and of ~relations of quantity, as double and 299 2, 60 | according to their various relations to ~reason: so that it follows 300 2, 60 | according to its various ~relations to reason, the directing 301 2, 60 | account of the various ~relations of the receiving matter, 302 2, 60 | external things, has various relations to reason, and ~consequently 303 2, 60 | unless ~they bear different relations to reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 304 2, 68 | matters touching a man's relations to another, is ~perfected 305 2, 69 | happiness stand in different relations to future ~beatitude, by 306 2, 69 | consists chiefly in man's relations with his neighbor, ~either 307 2, 69 | which perfects man in his relations to others; meekness to ~ 308 2, 69 | virtues directing man in his relations to his neighbor: from ~which 309 2, 82 | the nature of guilt; for relations cannot be more or ~less. 310 2, 93 | according to their ~different relations to things, as stated in 311 2, 100 | are well ordered in their relations to God. Now man is united ~ 312 2, 100 | precepts directing man in his relations to himself, but only such 313 2, 100 | such as ~direct him in his relations to God and himself, it seems 314 2, 100 | human law ~direct man in his relations to the human community, 315 2, 100 | Divine law direct man in his relations to a community or commonwealth ~ 316 2, 100 | precepts ordering ~man in his relations to God; and in the second 317 2, 100 | precepts ~ordering man in his relations to other men who are his 318 2, 100 | that direct man in ~his relations to his neighbor, the first 319 2, 103 | as the determining of our relations with our neighbor is ~a 320 2, 104 | which ~directed man in his relations to his neighbor. For judicial 321 2, 104 | which directed man in his relations to ~his neighbor.~Aquin.: 322 2, 104 | those which directed the relations ~between man and man.~Aquin.: 323 2, 104 | when they refer to man's relations to ~other men, they are 324 2, 104 | that they refer ~to man's relations to other men; secondly, 325 2, 104 | which ~direct man in his relations to his neighbor, and derive 326 2, 104 | take note that, since the ~relations of man to his neighbor are 327 2, 104 | subject to reason than the ~relations of man to God, there are 328 2, 104 | man is directed ~in his relations to his neighbor, than whereby 329 2, 104 | precepts direct men in ~their relations to one another. But those 330 2, 104 | were ~directed in their relations to one another, are subject 331 2, 104 | pertaining to the ordering of relations between one ~man and another 332 2, 104 | according to the different relations in which one ~man stands 333 2, 105 | suitably framed as to the relations of ~one man with another?~ 334 2, 105 | suitably framed ~as regards the relations of one man with another. 335 2, 105 | matters pertaining to the relations of one man with another ~ 336 2, 105 | nation that ~the mutual relations of the citizens be ordered 337 2, 105 | ordered by just laws. Now the ~relations of one man with another 338 2, 105 | respect of each of these relations between one man and ~another. 339 2, 105 | sufficiently concerning the mutual relations of one man with ~another.~ 340 2, 105 | 1/2~I answer that, Man's relations with foreigners are twofold: 341 2, 105 | opportunities of ~peaceful relations with foreigners. First, 342 2, 105 | nations that had close relations with the Jews (viz., the 343 2, 105 | others (with whom their ~relations had been hostile, such as 344 2, 105 | manner with regard to hostile relations with foreigners, the Law ~ 345 2, 105 | And so lest the surviving relations should ~be the more grieved 346 2, 105 | answer that, The mutual relations of the members of a household 347 2, 105 | Accordingly the mutual relations of the members of a household 348 2, 1 | Persons, which is by the relations of ~origin, knowledge of 349 2, 2 | same act having different relations to the object of faith.~ 350 2, 10 | regard to their different relations ~to the virtue: and in this 351 2, 10 | respect of various ~inordinate relations to God, so too, faith is 352 2, 24 | the origin of friendly relations with others lies ~in our 353 2, 24 | with others lies ~in our relations to ourselves." Thus too 354 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 1: The different relations between a lover and the 355 2, 25 | that "a man's ~friendly relations with others arise from his 356 2, 25 | arise from his friendly relations with ~himself." Now the 357 2, 25 | is speaking of friendly relations towards ~another person 358 2, 25 | way; and not of friendly relations with ~another in whom the 359 2, 25 | that friendship among blood relations is ~based upon their connection 360 2, 25 | in matters ~concerning relations between citizens, we should 361 2, 25 | to act, for we invite our relations ~to a wedding . . . It would 362 2, 42 | origin ~of our friendly relations with others lies in our 363 2, 55 | virtues, to direct man in his relations with others: because it 364 2, 55 | certain laws regulating the relations of father ~to his son, and 365 2, 56 | 2]) directs man in his ~relations with other men. Now this 366 2, 56 | secondly as regards his relations ~with others in general, 367 2, 56 | sufficiently in all his ~relations with other men. Therefore 368 2, 56 | justice to direct man in his relations to other individuals.~Aquin.: 369 2, 56 | man sufficiently in his ~relations towards others. As regards 370 2, 56 | justice ~is about man's relations with another, and we are 371 2, 77 | establish equality in our relations with ~others, as shown above ( 372 2, 78 | two ~would seem to regard relations between equals, namely, " 373 2, 78 | internally; two regard our relations ~toward superiors, namely, " 374 2, 78 | God; ~while two regard our relations towards inferiors, namely, ~" 375 2, 79 | to our human kindred and ~relations as also to those who are 376 2, 99 | there are many other mutual relations ~besides those of kindred 377 2, 99 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The relations of a man with his kindred 378 2, 99 | of his being than other relations: ~wherefore the term piety 379 2, 100 | actions are connected with the relations between man and man.~Aquin.: 380 2, 100 | consideration the different relations in which other ~persons 381 2, 100 | stand to ourselves, which relations both virtues regard. Now 382 2, 112 | as regards their mutual relations with ~one another, in point 383 2, 139 | since justice regards the relations between one man and ~another, 384 2, 152 | therefore to his other blood relations, who are descended in ~near 385 2, 152 | reason is because blood relations must needs live in close ~ 386 2, 152 | to wife, all his wife's ~relations are united to him by a special 387 2, 179 | active life regards only ~our relations with other persons: hence 388 2, 179 | many things that regard our relations with other people he ~adds 389 2, 179 | we are directed in our relations to others, not by all the 390 2, 179 | man ~is directed in his relations towards another, as the 391 2, 179 | described with reference to our ~relations with other people, because 392 2, 183 | themselves, or give to their relations or friends, their surplus ~ 393 2, 183 | goods from their parents and relations should be supported ~from 394 2, 183 | use, and give it to his relations or others, he sins not so 395 2, 187 | deliberation with one's relations and friends is ~requisite 396 3, 2 | same as assumption. For ~relations, as motions, are specified 397 3, 2 | together in one Person. Now all relations which begin in time are 398 3, 3 | they are distinguished by ~relations only which must be together 399 3, 9 | The human mind has two relations - one to higher things, ~ 400 3, 20 | names ~of the nature, but of relations, as the words 'paternity' 401 3, 20 | eternal; and especially those relations which seem more ~properly 402 3, 35 | that in consequence the relations differ ~in species: wherefore 403 3, 35 | nothing hinders several such relations being in the ~same subject. 404 3, 35 | same man may have different relations as the master ~of different 405 3, 35 | corresponding to the two ~relations in the parents, as considered 406 Suppl, 3 | according to their respective relations to the common good. In ~ 407 Suppl, 44| equal subjects. But the relations of ~matrimony, on the one 408 Suppl, 53| a marriage between blood relations is ~annulled by the commandment 409 Suppl, 54| has been said that blood relations ~agree not only in the specific 410 Suppl, 55| other. Now a person's blood relations are separate ~from one another. 411 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, relations result from certain things 412 Suppl, 55| Now there are certain ~relations which have for their cause 413 Suppl, 55| movement, for instance the relations between the motive power 414 Suppl, 55| is no reason why diverse relations should not be in ~the same 415 Suppl, 55| wife contracts the same relations with all ~her husband's 416 Suppl, 56| reason ~of this is that the relations between priest and penitent 417 Suppl, 65| fornication destroys the due relations of the ~parent with the 418 Suppl, 89| their ~mansions; (3) Their relations with the damned; (4) Their 419 Suppl, 89| various ~properties and relations to other things: and it 420 Suppl, 91| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE RELATIONS OF THE SAINTS TOWARDS THE 421 Suppl, 91| We must next consider the relations of the saints towards the


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