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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | they are ~considered as distinguished in idea; nevertheless, a 2 1, 5 | accordingly as it ~is primarily distinguished from that which is only 3 1, 7 | infinite, shows Him to be ~distinguished from all other beings, and 4 1, 10 | aeviternity would ~still be distinguished from eternity, and from 5 1, 13 | doctors in praising God are distinguished ~according to the divine 6 1, 14 | that intelligent beings are distinguished from ~non-intelligent beings 7 1, 14 | but in so far ~as one is distinguished from the other. In proof 8 1, 14 | but also what makes them distinguished from each other; ~as living 9 1, 14 | whereby living beings are ~distinguished from the non-living, and 10 1, 14 | infinite men; not however as distinguished from each ~other, but as 11 1, 14 | necessarily be," is usually distinguished; for this may refer to the ~ 12 1, 15 | whereby the ~Persons are distinguished, but relations understood 13 1, 18 | the contemplative is only distinguished from the ~active by certain 14 1, 18 | the contemplative life is ~distinguished from the active, and thus 15 1, 19 | the will of expression is distinguished in God?~(12) Whether five 16 1, 19 | will of expression is to be distinguished in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 19 | expression is not to be distinguished ~in God. For as the will 18 1, 19 | Therefore in God there are distinguished will in its proper sense, 19 1, 20 | sensitive appetite there may be ~distinguished a certain material element - 20 1, 20 | By this very mark is John distinguished ~from the other disciples, 21 1, 27 | because the divine Persons are distinguished from each other ~according 22 1, 27 | which one procession is ~distinguished from another, cannot be 23 1, 28 | relations in God are really distinguished from each other?~Aquin.: 24 1, 28 | relations are not really ~distinguished from each other. For things 25 1, 28 | relations are not really ~distinguished from each other.~Aquin.: 26 1, 28 | and filiation are by name distinguished ~from the divine essence, 27 1, 28 | relations are not really distinguished from each other.~Aquin.: 28 1, 28 | relations were not really distinguished from each other, there would ~ 29 1, 28 | respects. Hence they are distinguished from each other.~Aquin.: 30 1, 28 | 15], A[1]); and are only ~distinguished from each other by reason 31 1, 30 | neither are they really ~distinguished from each other. Therefore, 32 1, 30 | although they are really distinguished from each other, as whiteness 33 1, 30 | subsist, and ~are really distinguished from each other (Q[28], 34 1, 32 | of the divine persons is ~distinguished by origin of generation 35 1, 32 | answer that the persons are distinguished; and these ~are the properties 36 1, 32 | relations whereby they are distinguished ~from each other. But the 37 1, 33 | that whereby the ~person is distinguished from all other persons. 38 1, 33 | is ~this particular man distinguished from all other men. Now 39 1, 33 | unbegotten is substantially distinguished from the ~Son begotten; 40 1, 33 | other, and they would not be distinguished by relative opposition: ~ 41 1, 33 | therefore they would be distinguished from each other by diversity 42 1, 34 | the divine persons are ~distinguished by origin (Q[27], AA[3], 43 1, 34 | divine intellect, but is distinguished from the ~principle of the 44 1, 36 | for the Holy Ghost to be distinguished from the Son, even if He ~ 45 1, 36 | in no wise be personally distinguished ~from Him; as appears from 46 1, 36 | that the divine Persons are distinguished ~from each other in any 47 1, 36 | that the divine persons are distinguished from ~each other only by 48 1, 36 | Father and the Son are ~distinguished from each other. For when 49 1, 36 | OBJ 7: The Holy Ghost is distinguished from the Son, inasmuch as ~ 50 1, 36 | as ~the origin of one is distinguished from the origin of the other; 51 1, 36 | processions would not be distinguished from each other, as ~explained 52 1, 38 | giver, it is personally distinguished from the giver, ~and is 53 1, 39 | that the persons are really distinguished ~from each other. For person, 54 1, 39 | and yet the essence is not distinguished, ~because the relations 55 1, 39 | relations themselves are not distinguished from each other so ~far 56 1, 39 | causes are in all cases distinguished from those ~things of which 57 1, 39 | nothing exists in God as distinguished from the divine essence. ~ 58 1, 39 | persons whereby they are ~distinguished from each other, cannot 59 1, 39 | another; ~since a form is not distinguished in subject from that of 60 1, 40 | Whether the persons are distinguished by the relations?~Aquin.: 61 1, 40 | that the persons are not distinguished by the ~relations. For simple 62 1, 40 | simple. Therefore they are distinguished by themselves, and ~not 63 1, 40 | OBJ 2: Further, a form is distinguished only in relation to its 64 1, 40 | its genus. ~For white is distinguished from black only by quality. 65 1, 40 | the ~hypostases cannot be distinguished by relations.~Aquin.: SMT 66 1, 40 | the divine persons are not distinguished by the relations.~Aquin.: 67 1, 40 | the divine hypostases are distinguished by origin, so that we may 68 1, 40 | say ~that the Father is distinguished from the Son, inasmuch as 69 1, 40 | the generator should be distinguished by ~generation alone; but 70 1, 40 | whatever makes them to be distinguished from each other. In a ~divine 71 1, 40 | said that the persons are distinguished from each other by the ~ 72 1, 40 | persons or hypostases are ~distinguished rather by relations than 73 1, 40 | although in both ~ways they are distinguished, nevertheless in our mode 74 1, 40 | understanding ~they are distinguished chiefly and firstly by relations; 75 1, 40 | persons for them to be ~distinguished by the relations.~Aquin.: 76 1, 40 | The divine persons are not distinguished as regards being, ~in which 77 1, 40 | person is "a ~hypostasis distinguished by a property of dignity." 78 1, 40 | divine ~hypostases are not distinguished by the relations, but only 79 1, 40 | innascibility constituted and distinguished the hypostasis of the Father; ~ 80 1, 40 | does not remain in ~God, as distinguished from the other persons, 81 1, 40 | other persons, but only as distinguished ~from creatures; as the 82 1, 42 | the parts of which are distinguished in being. Persons likewise 83 1, 43 | sense the Son's mission is ~distinguished from the mission of the 84 1, 43 | Ghost, as generation is ~distinguished from procession. If we consider 85 1, 43 | which is grace, but are distinguished in the effects of grace, 86 1, 45 | the divine Persons are distinguished from each other ~only by 87 1, 45 | another, unless they are distinguished in creating according to 88 1, 45 | whereby the Persons are distinguished and numbered. Therefore ~ 89 1, 45 | which exists; whereby it is ~distinguished; whereby it agrees." For 90 1, 47 | knowledge of the Lord they were distinguished."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 91 1, 50 | that whatever things are distinguished by ~the intellect are really 92 1, 50 | Body Para. 4/4~But things distinguished by the intellect are not 93 1, 50 | intellect are not necessarily ~distinguished in reality; because the 94 1, 50 | agree in form, but are distinguished materially. If, ~therefore, 95 1, 54 | substance would neither be distinguished from ~God's substance, which 96 1, 55 | essence, as ~being finite, is distinguished by its own formality from 97 1, 56 | natures of the angels are distinguished from ~one another in a certain 98 1, 59 | since the faculties are distinguished from one ~another not according 99 1, 59 | several powers of sight distinguished according to the ~difference 100 1, 59 | of seeing white would be ~distinguished from the faculty of seeing 101 1, 59 | appetite, their appetite is not distinguished into ~irascible and concupiscible, 102 1, 60 | according as ~rational is distinguished from intellectual love. 103 1, 63 | Further, the angels are distinguished according to persons and ~ 104 1, 66 | forms by which bodies are ~distinguished, as stated above.~Aquin.: 105 1, 66 | it was fully formed and distinguished into day and ~night.~Aquin.: 106 1, 74 | the ~world had first to be distinguished, and then each part adorned 107 1, 74 | The first part, then, is distinguished on the first ~day, and adorned 108 1, 74 | fourth, the middle part distinguished on the ~middle day, and 109 1, 74 | fifth, and the third part distinguished on ~the third day, and adorned 110 1, 74 | OBJ 4: All things were not distinguished and adorned together, not ~ 111 1, 77 | the powers of the soul are distinguished from one another?~(4) Of 112 1, 77 | 1~Whether the powers are distinguished by their acts and objects? ~ 113 1, 77 | powers of the soul are not distinguished ~by acts and objects. For 114 1, 77 | Therefore if the powers are distinguished by their objects, it follows ~ 115 1, 77 | Therefore the powers are not distinguished ~according to the difference 116 1, 77 | that are subsequent are distinguished by what ~precedes. But the 117 1, 77 | Therefore the powers ~are distinguished according to their acts 118 1, 77 | powers are of necessity ~distinguished by their acts and objects. ~ 119 1, 38 | giver, it is personally distinguished from the giver, ~and is 120 1, 39 | that the persons are really distinguished ~from each other. For person, 121 1, 39 | and yet the essence is not distinguished, ~because the relations 122 1, 39 | relations themselves are not distinguished from each other so ~far 123 1, 39 | causes are in all cases distinguished from those ~things of which 124 1, 39 | nothing exists in God as distinguished from the divine essence. ~ 125 1, 39 | persons whereby they are ~distinguished from each other, cannot 126 1, 39 | another; ~since a form is not distinguished in subject from that of 127 1, 40 | Whether the persons are distinguished by the relations?~Aquin.: 128 1, 40 | that the persons are not distinguished by the ~relations. For simple 129 1, 40 | simple. Therefore they are distinguished by themselves, and ~not 130 1, 40 | OBJ 2: Further, a form is distinguished only in relation to its 131 1, 40 | its genus. ~For white is distinguished from black only by quality. 132 1, 40 | the ~hypostases cannot be distinguished by relations.~Aquin.: SMT 133 1, 40 | the divine persons are not distinguished by the relations.~Aquin.: 134 1, 40 | the divine hypostases are distinguished by origin, so that we may 135 1, 40 | say ~that the Father is distinguished from the Son, inasmuch as 136 1, 40 | the generator should be distinguished by ~generation alone; but 137 1, 40 | whatever makes them to be distinguished from each other. In a ~divine 138 1, 40 | said that the persons are distinguished from each other by the ~ 139 1, 40 | persons or hypostases are ~distinguished rather by relations than 140 1, 40 | although in both ~ways they are distinguished, nevertheless in our mode 141 1, 40 | understanding ~they are distinguished chiefly and firstly by relations; 142 1, 40 | persons for them to be ~distinguished by the relations.~Aquin.: 143 1, 40 | The divine persons are not distinguished as regards being, ~in which 144 1, 40 | person is "a hypostasis distinguished by a property of dignity." 145 1, 40 | divine ~hypostases are not distinguished by the relations, but only 146 1, 40 | innascibility constituted and distinguished the hypostasis of the Father; ~ 147 1, 40 | does not remain in ~God, as distinguished from the other persons, 148 1, 40 | other persons, but only as distinguished ~from creatures; as the 149 1, 42 | the parts of which are distinguished in being. Persons likewise 150 1, 43 | sense the Son's mission is ~distinguished from the mission of the 151 1, 43 | Ghost, as generation is ~distinguished from procession. If we consider 152 1, 43 | which is grace, but are distinguished in the effects of grace, 153 1, 46 | the divine Persons are distinguished from each other ~only by 154 1, 46 | another, unless they are distinguished in creating according to 155 1, 46 | whereby the Persons are distinguished and numbered. Therefore ~ 156 1, 46 | which exists; whereby it is ~distinguished; whereby it agrees." For 157 1, 48 | knowledge of the ~Lord they were distinguished."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 158 1, 51 | that whatever things are distinguished by ~the intellect are really 159 1, 51 | Body Para. 4/4~But things distinguished by the intellect are not 160 1, 51 | intellect are not necessarily ~distinguished in reality; because the 161 1, 51 | agree in form, but are distinguished materially. If, ~therefore, 162 1, 55 | substance would neither be distinguished from ~God's substance, which 163 1, 56 | essence, as ~being finite, is distinguished by its own formality from 164 1, 57 | natures of the angels are distinguished from ~one another in a certain 165 1, 60 | since the faculties are distinguished from one ~another not according 166 1, 60 | several powers of sight distinguished according to the ~difference 167 1, 60 | of seeing white would be ~distinguished from the faculty of seeing 168 1, 60 | appetite, their appetite is not distinguished into ~irascible and concupiscible, 169 1, 61 | according as ~rational is distinguished from intellectual love. 170 1, 64 | Further, the angels are distinguished according to persons and ~ 171 1, 67 | forms by which bodies are ~distinguished, as stated above.~Aquin.: 172 1, 67 | it was fully formed and distinguished into day and ~night.~Aquin.: 173 1, 73 | the ~world had first to be distinguished, and then each part adorned 174 1, 73 | The first part, then, is distinguished on the first ~day, and adorned 175 1, 73 | fourth, the middle part distinguished on the ~middle day, and 176 1, 73 | fifth, and the third part distinguished on ~the third day, and adorned 177 1, 73 | OBJ 4: All things were not distinguished and adorned together, not ~ 178 1, 76 | the powers of the soul are distinguished from one another?~(4) Of 179 1, 76 | 1~Whether the powers are distinguished by their acts and objects? ~ 180 1, 76 | powers of the soul are not distinguished ~by acts and objects. For 181 1, 76 | Therefore if the powers are distinguished by their objects, it follows ~ 182 1, 76 | Therefore the powers are not distinguished ~according to the difference 183 1, 76 | that are subsequent are distinguished by what ~precedes. But the 184 1, 76 | Therefore the powers ~are distinguished according to their acts 185 1, 76 | powers are of necessity ~distinguished by their acts and objects. ~ 186 1, 77 | Whether there are to be distinguished five genera of powers in 187 1, 77 | that there are not to be distinguished five genera ~of powers in 188 1, 77 | the various souls being ~distinguished accordingly as the operation 189 1, 77 | the powers of the soul are distinguished generically by their ~objects. 190 1, 77 | The modes of living are distinguished according to the degrees 191 1, 77 | exterior senses are properly distinguished?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 192 1, 77 | Therefore, as powers are distinguished ~by their objects, it seems 193 1, 77 | whole body; so it is easily ~distinguished from touch. We might also 194 1, 77 | must say that taste is ~distinguished from touch by reason of 195 1, 77 | interior senses are suitably distinguished?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 196 1, 77 | senses are not suitably ~distinguished. For the common is not divided 197 1, 78 | powers of the ~soul are distinguished by the different formal 198 1, 78 | according to Augustine they are ~distinguished by the functions of their 199 1, 79 | intellectual appetite is not distinguished from the sensitive.~Aquin.: 200 1, 83 | perceived which cannot be distinguished from its ~counterfeit." 201 1, 92 | the uncreated Trinity is distinguished by the procession of the 202 1, 92 | above ~stated (AA[6],7), are distinguished from each other according 203 1, 92 | Whether "likeness" is properly distinguished from "image"?~Aquin.: SMT 204 1, 92 | likeness" is not properly distinguished from ~"image." For "genus" 205 1, 92 | genus" is not properly distinguished from "species." Now, ~"likeness" 206 1, 92 | is not properly to be ~distinguished from "image."~Aquin.: SMT 207 1, 92 | imperfect. Thus likeness ~may be distinguished from image in two ways: 208 1, 93 | of the human soul may be distinguished in two ~ways. First, from 209 1, 93 | of the separate soul is distinguished from the ~state of the soul 210 1, 93 | the state of the soul is ~distinguished in relation to integrity 211 1, 107 | way are the hierarchies distinguished on ~the part of the multitude 212 1, 107 | hierarchy the orders are ~distinguished according to the actions 213 1, 107 | angelic hierarchy the orders distinguished according to their actions 214 1, 107 | heavenly orders are not distinguished ~by reason of these, but 215 1, 107 | therefore, the orders are ~distinguished by their offices, as stated 216 1, 107 | orders of the angels are ~distinguished by natural gifts. Secondly, 217 1, 107 | the angels are adequately ~distinguished by the gifts of grace, but 218 1, 107 | among men the orders are distinguished ~according to the gratuitous 219 1, 107 | order of the "Thrones" is distinguished from the ~orders of the " 220 1, 107 | orders of the angels are distinguished according to the conditions 221 1, 109 | orders of the angels are distinguished by ~different offices. But 222 1, 109 | A[2]), the orders are ~distinguished by their general offices. 223 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 1: The will is distinguished from nature as one kind 224 2, 19 | binds." On this matter, some distinguished three kinds of ~actions: 225 2, 30 | power. For passions are distinguished by their objects. But ~the 226 2, 30 | concupiscible faculty. Hence it is ~distinguished from the other concupiscible 227 2, 30 | concupiscible passions are distinguished according to ~the differences 228 2, 41 | natural fear; and it is ~distinguished from non-natural fear, by 229 2, 46 | OBJ 3: These degrees are distinguished according to various ~effects 230 2, 49 | corruption; fourth, how they are distinguished ~from one another.~Aquin.: 231 2, 49 | Secondly, they may be distinguished as diverse species of the 232 2, 54 | 2) Whether habits are distinguished by their objects?~(3) Whether 233 2, 54 | when several things are distinguished in respect of the same thing, 234 2, 54 | Now habits and powers are ~distinguished in respect of the same thing, 235 2, 54 | 1/1~Whether habits are distinguished by their objects?~Aquin.: 236 2, 54 | seem that habits are not distinguished by their objects. ~For contraries 237 2, 54 | Therefore habits are not distinguished by objects specifically 238 2, 54 | Therefore habits are not distinguished by their objects.~Aquin.: 239 2, 54 | Therefore habits also are distinguished according to the ~diversity 240 2, 54 | habits. Accordingly forms are distinguished from one another in ~reference 241 2, 54 | order to something, are distinguished according ~to the distinction 242 2, 54 | the habits of ~science are distinguished.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[54] A[ 243 2, 54 | is clear that habits are distinguished ~specifically by the difference 244 2, 54 | 2/2~Secondly, habits are distinguished in relation to nature, from 245 2, 58 | moral virtue should not be ~distinguished from intellectual virtue.~ 246 2, 68 | the gifts are not to be ~distinguished from the virtues. But there 247 2, 68 | restrict it to virtue as distinguished ~from the gifts, we must 248 2, 70 | consequently should not be distinguished from one another.~Aquin.: 249 2, 72 | inquiry:~(1) Whether sins are distinguished specifically by their objects?~( 250 2, 72 | that sins are properly ~distinguished in species by their objects.~ 251 2, 72 | although, even if they ~were distinguished in reference to their opposite 252 2, 72 | spiritual sins are fittingly distinguished from carnal sins?~Aquin.: 253 2, 72 | spiritual sins are unfittingly distinguished ~from carnal sins. For the 254 2, 72 | carnal sins should not be distinguished from spiritual ~sins.~Aquin.: 255 2, 72 | carnal sins should not be distinguished from ~spiritual sins.~Aquin.: 256 2, 72 | consequently ~they should not be distinguished from one another.~Aquin.: 257 2, 72 | Therefore sins are not distinguished ~specifically with regard 258 2, 72 | figures: for a ~triangle is distinguished from a four-sided figure 259 2, 91 | number. Now things may be distinguished in two ways. First, as ~ 260 2, 96 | The species of virtues are distinguished by their ~objects, as explained 261 2, 99 | Law; and (1) how they are ~distinguished from one another; (2) each 262 2, 99 | the ~commandments may be distinguished from the precepts, so that 263 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue are distinguished from one another?~(5) Their 264 2, 100 | the decalogue are suitably distinguished from one ~another?~Aquin.: 265 2, 100 | decalogue are unsuitably ~distinguished from one another. For worship 266 2, 100 | of ~heaven." But sins are distinguished according as man sins against 267 2, 101 | life, whereby they are ~distinguished from those who do not worship 268 2, 102 | A[5], ad 4,5), the Law distinguished a ~twofold pollution or 269 2, 102 | wished His people to ~be distinguished from other nations, not 270 2, 102 | the Israelites might be distinguished from other nations." Hence, 271 2, 103 | twofold ~uncleanness was distinguished in the Old Law. One was 272 2, 103 | a threefold state may be distinguished. One state was ~in respect 273 2, 103 | Super Galat. ii, 11, ~seqq.) distinguished two periods of time. One 274 2, 103 | lxxxii) more fittingly distinguished three periods of time. One 275 2, 104 | moral precepts should be distinguished in relation to ~them. But 276 2, 107 | Accordingly then two laws may be distinguished from one another in two ~ 277 2, 107 | Secondly, two laws may be distinguished from one ~another, through 278 2, 108 | and because they are not distinguished from ~the commandments.~ 279 2, 111 | Therefore grace can be distinguished by its ~having one only 280 2, 111 | the same grace; but are ~distinguished by their different effects, 281 2, 111 | Further, gratuitous grace is distinguished from sanctifying ~grace. 282 2, 111 | The grace of healing is distinguished from the general ~working 283 2, 1 | matters of faith cannot be distinguished in ~respect of their formal 284 2, 2 | the act of ~believing is distinguished from all the other acts 285 2, 2 | act of faith is suitably distinguished as believing God, ~believing 286 2, 2 | act of faith is unsuitably distinguished ~as believing God, believing 287 2, 4 | 4/5~In this way faith is distinguished from all other things pertaining 288 2, 10 | the species of unbelief be distinguished according to the ~various 289 2, 13 | sense, because they are ~distinguished in respect of the removal 290 2, 16 | virtues. For habits are distinguished by their objects, as ~stated 291 2, 18 | her husband, ought to be distinguished from all these ~other fears.~ 292 2, 23 | nevertheless capable of being distinguished ~from the quantity to which 293 2, 23 | Whether charity is rightly distinguished into three degrees, beginning, ~ 294 2, 23 | charity ought not to be distinguished from ~progressing charity: 295 2, 23 | divers degrees of charity are distinguished according ~to the different 296 2, 24 | to all, whereas honor is distinguished ~according to the good belonging 297 2, 24 | things are not rightly ~distinguished as objects to be loved out 298 2, 25 | degrees of love may ~be distinguished either in respect of the 299 2, 37 | 3: Heresy and schism are distinguished in respect of those ~things 300 2, 42 | of virtue. Now acts are distinguished by ~their objects. Since, 301 2, 48 | the species of habits are distinguished by their various ~objects. 302 2, 49 | does, and consequently is distinguished from it; ~and so must it 303 2, 52 | through negligence, are distinguished ~from those which are committed 304 2, 55 | right of dominion should be distinguished as ~special species?~Aquin.: 305 2, 55 | dominion" ~should not be distinguished as special species. For 306 2, 55 | This "just" however is distinguished according to various ~offices, 307 2, 73 | Further, sins of this kind are distinguished by the injury they ~inflict 308 2, 79 | one act, since habits ~are distinguished by their acts. Now there 309 2, 81 | mentioned here; but when distinguished from the others it denotes ~ 310 2, 93 | the various ~species are distinguished by their proper objects 311 2, 97 | species of sacrilege are distinguished according to the ~sacred 312 2, 97 | species of sacrilege are not distinguished ~according to the sacred 313 2, 97 | species of ~sacrilege are not distinguished thereby.~Aquin.: SMT SS 314 2, 97 | species of sacrilege are distinguished in accordance ~with the 315 2, 97 | contrary, Acts and habits are distinguished by their objects. Now ~the 316 2, 97 | species of sacrilege are distinguished according to the ~sacred 317 2, 97 | sacrilege must needs be distinguished according to the different 318 2, 100 | virtues. For virtues are distinguished by their objects. But the ~ 319 2, 101 | 2~Reply OBJ 3: Praise is distinguished from honor in two ways. 320 2, 115 | matter, since habits ~are distinguished by their objects. But external 321 2, 116 | Reply OBJ 2: These three are distinguished as stated in the Article.~ 322 2, 145 | wished our religion to be ~distinguished by its freedom and the evidence 323 2, 146 | of gluttony are fittingly distinguished?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 324 2, 146 | gluttony are unfittingly ~distinguished by Gregory who says (Moral. 325 2, 146 | Para. 2/2~For the above are distinguished according to diversity of 326 2, 146 | species of gluttony are not distinguished ~according to the aforesaid.~ 327 2, 146 | other ~moral virtues are not distinguished according to various circumstances. ~ 328 2, 146 | the species of gluttony distinguished thus.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] 329 2, 147 | to nourishment, drink is ~distinguished from meat, so are there 330 2, 149 | Julian. iv, 3) "virtues are distinguished from vices not by their ~ 331 2, 152 | The species of lust are distinguished according to the ~various 332 2, 158 | about the passions are ~distinguished from justice which is about 333 2, 158 | difficulty: wherefore all distinguished ~temperance from modesty.~ 334 2, 159 | of humility are fittingly distinguished in the ~Rule of the Blessed 335 2, 159 | Benedict] are unfittingly ~distinguished. The first is to be "humble 336 2, 170 | prophecy of the demons can be distinguished from Divine ~prophecy by 337 2, 171 | in heaven, so that it is ~distinguished therefrom as the imperfect 338 2, 172 | moral habits and acts are distinguished ~according to their objects. 339 2, 172 | degrees of prophecy can be distinguished according to the ~imaginary 340 2, 172 | degrees of prophecy cannot be ~distinguished according to the imaginary 341 2, 172 | degrees of prophecy are distinguished not according to imaginary, 342 2, 172 | of prophecy should not be distinguished ~according to imaginary 343 2, 172 | degrees of ~prophecy should be distinguished according to imaginary vision.~ 344 2, 172 | of ~prophecy are properly distinguished according to imaginary vision.~ 345 2, 172 | degrees of prophecy ~should be distinguished according to the process 346 2, 176 | of healing should not be distinguished from ~the working of miracles.~ 347 3, 2 | person is a "hypostasis ~distinguished by a property pertaining 348 3, 2 | which are from God, are distinguished from natural things, which ~ 349 3, 3 | taken away, since they are distinguished by ~relations only which 350 3, 8 | OBJ 2: Further, habits are distinguished by acts. But the personal 351 3, 8 | devil. Now the head is ~distinguished from the members. Therefore 352 3, 11 | knowledge?~(6) Whether it was distinguished by various habits?~Aquin.: 353 3, 11 | Whether this knowledge was distinguished by divers habits?~Aquin.: 354 3, 11 | one. Therefore it was not distinguished by several ~habits.~Aquin.: 355 3, 11 | 3: Further, knowledge is distinguished by the divers formalities 356 3, 11 | imprinted on Christ's soul was distinguished by different ~habits.~Aquin.: 357 3, 11 | that this ~knowledge is distinguished by various habits, inasmuch 358 3, 16 | in one Nature, and are ~distinguished in suppositum; and hence 359 3, 19 | Further, powers and habits are distinguished by their acts. Now ~in Christ' 360 3, 63 | But Christ's members are distinguished from others by eternal ~ 361 3, 63 | just as the believer is distinguished from the ~unbeliever by 362 3, 63 | soldier of the king is distinguished from the enemy's soldier 363 3, 63 | the faithful of Christ are distinguished from the servants of the ~ 364 3, 72 | sign. But a man is not ~distinguished from unbelievers by the 365 3, 75 | withdrawing that whereby it was ~distinguished from the other.~Aquin.: 366 3, 76 | united together are only ~distinguished by an operation of the mind.~ 367 3, 80 | there are two ways to be distinguished of eating Christ's body?~ 368 3, 80 | two ways ought not to be distinguished of eating ~Christ's body, 369 3, 80 | the ~sacramental use is distinguished from the spiritual use.~ 370 3, 85 | matter, because ~habits are distinguished by their acts, and acts 371 3, 85 | habits are ~specifically distinguished according to the species 372 3, 90 | like manner they ~should be distinguished before Baptism. Therefore 373 Suppl, 30| one who is baptized is ~distinguished from one who is not so is 374 Suppl, 35| members of the Church ~are distinguished, not by sanctifying but 375 Suppl, 35| members of the Church ~are distinguished from one another, unless 376 Suppl, 35| sign ~whereby one thing is distinguished from another, it follows 377 Suppl, 37| hierarchy, ~where the Orders are distinguished in reference to cleansing, ~ 378 Suppl, 37| heavenly hierarchy are not distinguished by the aforesaid ~hierarchical 379 Suppl, 37| that the orders ought to be distinguished according to ~the sacraments.~ 380 Suppl, 37| there are three Orders, ~distinguished according to the three hierarchical 381 Suppl, 54| Whether it is fittingly distinguished by degrees and lines?~(3) 382 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is fittingly distinguished by degrees and lines?~Aquin.: 383 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is unfittingly distinguished by ~degrees and lines. For 384 Suppl, 54| a thing ought not to be distinguished by itself. ~Therefore consanguinity 385 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is not fittingly distinguished into lines.~Aquin.: SMT 386 Suppl, 54| Further, if consanguinity is distinguished and known by its ~degrees, 387 Suppl, 54| degrees of ~consanguinity are distinguished. Wherefore it happens that 388 Suppl, 55| degrees of relationship are ~distinguished in reference to carnal procreation, 389 Suppl, 69| so many places should be distinguished?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 390 Suppl, 69| souls after death may be distinguished in ~two ways; either as 391 Suppl, 69| so many abodes should be distinguished?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 392 Suppl, 69| The abodes of souls are distinguished according to the ~souls' 393 Suppl, 72| either of Nestorius, who ~distinguished in Christ the person of 394 Suppl, 90| various ~mansions are not distinguished in purgatory and limbo. 395 Suppl, 90| manner neither should they be distinguished in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT XP 396 Suppl, 90| various mansions are not ~distinguished in purgatory or limbo, but 397 Suppl, 90| the various mansions are distinguished according to the various ~ 398 Suppl, 90| various mansions are not distinguished ~according to the various 399 Suppl, 90| degrees of beatitude are distinguished according ~to the diversity 400 Suppl, 90| first way the mansions are ~distinguished according to the charity 401 Suppl, 90| second way the mansions are distinguished ~according to the charity 402 Suppl, 93| Consequently various fruits are distinguished according to the various ~


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