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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | But "more" and "less" are predicated of different things, according 2 1, 3 | individual, for He cannot be predicated of many. Therefore He ~is 3 1, 3 | and whatever else is thus predicated of Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 3 | universal being which is predicated of all ~things. Therefore 5 1, 3 | in general which can be ~predicated of everything. But this 6 1, 3 | because, since genus is predicated as an essential it refers 7 1, 3 | essence ~of the genus which is predicated of them as an essential, 8 1, 3 | Virtue and wisdom are not predicated of God and of us ~univocally. 9 1, 3 | nothing composite can be ~predicated of any single one of its 10 1, 3 | although something which is predicated of the whole may be predicated 11 1, 3 | predicated of the whole may be predicated of ~a part (as a part of 12 1, 3 | the whole which cannot be ~predicated of any of the parts; for 13 1, 5 | in thought, they are not predicated of a ~thing absolutely in 14 1, 5 | not so ~far as it can be predicated of them, but so far as it 15 1, 5 | according ~to everything predicated of him. But evil deprives 16 1, 5 | while the ~virtuous is predicated of such as are desirable 17 1, 5 | something ~univocal to be predicated equally of them all; but 18 1, 5 | something ~analogical to be predicated of them according to priority 19 1, 5 | posteriority. Hence it is predicated chiefly of the virtuous; 20 1, 10 | For nothing made can be ~predicated of God; for Boethius says ( 21 1, 11 | For no ~opposite thing is predicated of its opposite. But every " 22 1, 11 | Nevertheless, opposite is not predicated of ~opposite; forasmuch 23 1, 11 | principle of number, cannot be predicated ~of God, since quantity 24 1, 11 | God, since quantity is not predicated of God; likewise, neither 25 1, 11 | convertible with "being" be predicated of God, because it ~imports 26 1, 11 | principle of number is not predicated of ~God, but only of material 27 1, 11 | privation should ~not be predicated of God; for instance, that 28 1, 13 | names applied to God are predicated of Him substantially?~(3) 29 1, 13 | divine substance, and are predicated substantially of God, ~although 30 1, 13 | creatures is univocally predicated of ~them?~Aquin.: SMT FP 31 1, 13 | of God and creatures, is predicated univocally.~Aquin.: SMT 32 1, 13 | the contrary, whatever is predicated of various things under 33 1, 13 | not in the same sense, is predicated equivocally. But no name ~ 34 1, 13 | God and of creatures is predicated equivocally.~Aquin.: SMT 35 1, 13 | much less can anything be predicated ~univocally of God and creatures; 36 1, 13 | terms. Hence ~no name is predicated univocally of God and of 37 1, 13 | thus for example "healthy" predicated of medicine ~and urine in 38 1, 13 | that these ~names are not predicated univocally of God and creatures; 39 1, 13 | not ~prove that they are predicated equivocally.~Aquin.: SMT 40 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Whether names predicated of God are predicated primarily 41 1, 13 | names predicated of God are predicated primarily of creatures?~ 42 1, 13 | It seems that names are predicated primarily of creatures rather ~ 43 1, 13 | names imposed by us are ~predicated primarily of creatures rather 44 1, 13 | for "healthy" is primarily predicated of ~animal rather than of 45 1, 13 | I answer that, In names predicated of many in an analogical 46 1, 13 | analogical sense, all ~are predicated because they have reference 47 1, 13 | relation to creatures are predicated of God ~temporally?~Aquin.: 48 1, 13 | relation to creatures are not ~predicated of God temporally. For all 49 1, 13 | Therefore nothing can be predicated of God ~temporally. ~Aquin.: 50 1, 13 | Therefore a relation can be predicated of God to the creature ~ 51 1, 13 | Lord" ~and "Creator" are predicated of God from eternity, and 52 1, 13 | the creature from being predicated of God ~temporally, not 53 1, 13 | man," ~of whomsoever it is predicated, whether truly or falsely, 54 1, 13 | whether truly or falsely, is predicated ~in one sense. But it would 55 1, 13 | because also being, which is ~predicated analogically, is sometimes 56 1, 13 | is sometimes said to be predicated equivocally ~of different 57 1, 13 | where one ~same thing is predicated of itself, the same rule 58 1, 14 | understand all that can be ~predicated of man. This, however, does 59 1, 14 | and therefore these are predicated of God in an invariable ~ 60 1, 16 | consider that ~when anything is predicated of many things univocally, 61 1, 16 | animal. But when anything is predicated of many things ~analogically, 62 1, 16 | denominated. So healthiness is ~predicated of animal, of urine, and 63 1, 19 | certain human passions are predicated of the Godhead metaphorically, ~ 64 1, 20 | and joy, can be properly predicated of God, though without ~ 65 1, 25 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Power is predicated of God not as something 66 1, 28 | substance; for nothing can be predicated ~relatively." But whatever 67 1, 28 | really exists in God can be predicated of Him. ~Therefore no real 68 1, 28 | OBJ 1: Relationship is not predicated of God according to its ~ 69 1, 28 | show that it was not to be ~predicated of Him as regards the mode 70 1, 28 | essence; but that it is not predicated under the mode of ~substance, 71 1, 29 | from the fact that it is predicated plurally of the ~Three in 72 1, 30 | Because ~relations are predicated relatively, and thus the 73 1, 30 | in that of which they are predicated, as Boethius teaches in ~ 74 1, 30 | we say that numeral terms predicated of God are not derived from ~ 75 1, 30 | the ~many of which it is predicated, as "one" convertible with " 76 1, 30 | to those of which it ~is predicated. Such a kind of multitude 77 1, 30 | every other ~universal are predicated of many which differ in 78 1, 31 | substance; otherwise it would be predicated of each one of the ~persons: 79 1, 31 | of God, the concrete is predicated ~of the abstract; for Deity 80 1, 31 | essential term in God can be ~predicated of every person "per se," 81 1, 32 | belongs to the essence be predicated of the notions: for instance, 82 1, 32 | belongs to the ~persons be so predicated; for example, we do not 83 1, 32 | conditions from God, can be predicated of the notions; for we can 84 1, 32 | personal or essential, ~can be predicated of the notions; for we can 85 1, 32 | that one of them can be ~predicated of another, so that we can 86 1, 32 | differ. Nor again are ~they predicated of each other, because they 87 1, 37 | Charity." But no name which is predicated in the singular of ~each 88 1, 39 | essential names should be predicated of the persons in the ~plural, 89 1, 39 | or participles, can be ~predicated of the essential names taken 90 1, 39 | Whether the same can be predicated of essential names taken 91 1, 39 | names of the persons can be predicated of concrete ~essential names?~( 92 1, 39 | Synod.): ~"One substance predicated of the Father and the Son 93 1, 39 | essential names should be predicated in the singular of the three ~ 94 1, 39 | name "God," should not ~be predicated in the singular of the three 95 1, 39 | to substance. But it is predicated of the three persons in 96 1, 39 | other essential names can be predicated in the plural of the ~three 97 1, 39 | signify it as substantives are predicated of the three ~persons in 98 1, 39 | essence as adjectives are predicated of the three persons in 99 1, 39 | are substantives, they are predicated of ~many in the singular, 100 1, 39 | a substantive manner are predicated of the three ~persons in 101 1, 39 | an ~adjectival manner are predicated of the three persons plurally, 102 1, 39 | referred to relation, it is predicated of God in the plural; ~whereas, 103 1, 39 | to the substance, it is predicated in ~the singular. So Augustine 104 1, 39 | and Holy Ghost - it is ~predicated of the three, not in the 105 1, 39 | singular term, for it cannot be predicated in ~the plural, as above 106 1, 39 | for that of which it is ~predicated. But the Father is the divine 107 1, 39 | to the persons, can be ~predicated of this word, "God," as, 108 1, 39 | 4: The divine essence is predicated of the Father by mode of ~ 109 1, 39 | regards things which are predicated of ~another as the universal 110 1, 39 | substantive personal terms can be predicated of the essence, because 111 1, 39 | personal ~adjectives cannot be predicated of the essence unless we 112 1, 39 | Whether the persons can be predicated of the essential terms?~ 113 1, 39 | that the persons cannot be predicated of the ~concrete essential 114 1, 39 | Further, the lower is not predicated of the higher except by ~ 115 1, 39 | of the persons ~cannot be predicated of this name "God," except 116 1, 39 | personal or notional, cannot be predicated of the essence, ~nevertheless 117 1, 39 | substantive terms can be so predicated, owing to the real ~identity 118 1, 39 | and two, and three, can be predicated of the essence ~as if we 119 1, 40 | things are identical, what is predicated of ~one is predicated of 120 1, 40 | is predicated of ~one is predicated of the others. But all that 121 1, 40 | others. But all that is predicated of a Person ~is not predicated 122 1, 40 | predicated of a Person ~is not predicated of His property. For we 123 1, 40 | participles and verbs being predicated ~of the properties.~Aquin.: 124 1, 41 | De Trin.): "Whatever is predicated of ~God, of whatever genus 125 1, 42 | God, for the Father is not predicated of the Son as the ~genus 126 1, 42 | universal whole, although it is ~predicated of each of the relations; 127 1, 43 | is said of it cannot be predicated of Him. Hence ~He cannot 128 1, 59 | fortitude. But temperance is predicated of them according as in ~ 129 1, 68 | 3: Further, whatever is predicated of many things univocally 130 1, 68 | many things univocally is ~predicated of them according to some 131 1, 76 | to him as man, ~which is predicated of him essentially. We must 132 1, 76 | manner in which one ~thing is predicated of another. Those things 133 1, 76 | from ~various forms are predicated of one another, either accidentally, ( 134 1, 76 | two things could not be predicated of the other, ~except accidentally, 135 1, 76 | another - or that one would be predicated of the other according to 136 1, 76 | false: because "animal" ~is predicated of man essentially and not 137 1, 76 | animal can be ~essentially predicated of man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 138 1, 77 | which the potential whole is predicated of its parts, ~being midway 139 1, 77 | therefore it is properly ~predicated of each part. But the integral 140 1, 77 | Therefore in no way can it be predicated of each part; yet in a way 141 1, 77 | part; yet in a way it is ~predicated, though improperly, of all 142 1, 77 | Therefore in a way it can be ~predicated of each part, but not so 143 1, 37 | Charity." But no name which is predicated in the singular of ~each 144 1, 39 | essential names should be predicated of the persons in the ~plural, 145 1, 39 | or participles, can be ~predicated of the essential names taken 146 1, 39 | Whether the same can be predicated of essential names taken 147 1, 39 | names of the persons can be predicated of concrete ~essential names?~( 148 1, 39 | Synod.): ~"One substance predicated of the Father and the Son 149 1, 39 | essential names should be predicated in the singular of the three ~ 150 1, 39 | name "God," should not ~be predicated in the singular of the three 151 1, 39 | to substance. But it is predicated of the three persons in 152 1, 39 | other essential names can be predicated in the plural of the ~three 153 1, 39 | signify it as substantives are predicated of the three ~persons in 154 1, 39 | essence as adjectives are predicated of the three persons in 155 1, 39 | are substantives, they are predicated of ~many in the singular, 156 1, 39 | a substantive manner are predicated of the three ~persons in 157 1, 39 | an ~adjectival manner are predicated of the three persons plurally, 158 1, 39 | referred to relation, it is predicated of God in the plural; ~whereas, 159 1, 39 | to the substance, it is predicated in ~the singular. So Augustine 160 1, 39 | and Holy Ghost - it is ~predicated of the three, not in the 161 1, 39 | singular term, for it cannot be predicated in ~the plural, as above 162 1, 39 | for that of which it is ~predicated. But the Father is the divine 163 1, 39 | to the persons, can be ~predicated of this word, "God," as, 164 1, 39 | 4: The divine essence is predicated of the Father by mode of ~ 165 1, 39 | regards things which are predicated of ~another as the universal 166 1, 39 | substantive personal terms can be predicated of ~the essence, because 167 1, 39 | personal ~adjectives cannot be predicated of the essence unless we 168 1, 39 | Whether the persons can be predicated of the essential terms?~ 169 1, 39 | that the persons cannot be predicated of the ~concrete essential 170 1, 39 | Further, the lower is not predicated of the higher except by ~ 171 1, 39 | of the persons ~cannot be predicated of this name "God," except 172 1, 39 | personal or notional, cannot be predicated of the essence, ~nevertheless 173 1, 39 | substantive terms can be so predicated, owing to the real ~identity 174 1, 39 | and two, and three, can be predicated of the essence ~as if we 175 1, 40 | things are identical, what is predicated of ~one is predicated of 176 1, 40 | is predicated of ~one is predicated of the others. But all that 177 1, 40 | others. But all that is predicated of a Person ~is not predicated 178 1, 40 | predicated of a Person ~is not predicated of His property. For we 179 1, 40 | participles and verbs being predicated ~of the properties.~Aquin.: 180 1, 41 | De Trin.): "Whatever is predicated of ~God, of whatever genus 181 1, 42 | God, for the Father is not predicated of the Son as the ~genus 182 1, 42 | universal whole, although it is ~predicated of each of the relations; 183 1, 43 | is said of it cannot be predicated of Him. Hence ~He cannot 184 1, 60 | fortitude. But temperance is predicated of them according as in ~ 185 1, 69 | 3: Further, whatever is predicated of many things univocally 186 1, 69 | many things univocally is ~predicated of them according to some 187 1, 75 | to him as man, ~which is predicated of him essentially. We must 188 1, 75 | manner in which one ~thing is predicated of another. Those things 189 1, 75 | from ~various forms are predicated of one another, either accidentally, ( 190 1, 75 | two things could not be predicated of the other, ~except accidentally, 191 1, 75 | another - or that one would be predicated of the other according to 192 1, 75 | false: because "animal" ~is predicated of man essentially and not 193 1, 75 | animal can be ~essentially predicated of man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 194 1, 76 | which the potential whole is predicated of its parts, ~being midway 195 1, 76 | therefore it is properly ~predicated of each part. But the integral 196 1, 76 | Therefore in no way can it be predicated of each part; yet in a way 197 1, 76 | part; yet in a way it is ~predicated, though improperly, of all 198 1, 76 | Therefore in a way it can be ~predicated of each part, but not so 199 1, 84 | whereby the universal whole is predicated of its part: for the genus 200 1, 84 | intellect, whereby ~accident is predicated of subject, as when we say " 201 2, 17 | the reverse. Now "one" is predicated in ~the same way as "being." 202 2, 18 | according as being ~is predicated of substance and of accident, 203 2, 18 | of accident, so is good predicated of a ~thing both in respect 204 2, 18 | actions, good and evil are predicated in reference to the ~reason; 205 2, 24 | since "morals are ~properly predicated of man," as Ambrose says ( 206 2, 29 | of accident; and being is predicated of substance ~before it 207 2, 29 | substance ~before it is predicated of accident, by a priority 208 2, 29 | reason, because it ~is not predicated of accident except inasmuch 209 2, 34 | itself. Now that which ~is predicated to a thing considered in 210 2, 34 | considered in itself, is predicated thereof ~universally. Therefore 211 2, 53 | that a ~species might be predicated of its individuals more 212 2, 67 | else ~they would not be predicated of the species. But even 213 2, 67 | intellectual nature, and ~animal is predicated of that which has a sensitive 214 2, 88 | its ~parts, of which it is predicated, of the one first, and of 215 2, 97 | corporal things, right is predicated absolutely: and ~therefore, 216 2, 97 | remains right. But right ~is predicated of law with reference to 217 2, 51 | essentially, because it is predicated of all sins: and in ~this 218 2, 118 | one of ~which the whole is predicated essentially, and it is less 219 2, 118 | For sometimes one thing is predicated of ~many in one common ratio, 220 2, 118 | sometimes one ~thing is predicated of many according to priority 221 2, 118 | justice; ~and justice is predicated of it with priority to being 222 2, 118 | it with priority to being predicated of ~legal justice, since 223 2, 169 | And since that which is predicated ~universally and by its 224 2, 169 | precedence of that which is predicated in a limited and relative 225 2, 172 | faith is more ~properly predicated of the latter knowledge, 226 2, 181 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Life is predicated of a thing absolutely: wherefore ~ 227 3, 2 | and form the nature is not predicated of the ~suppositum, for 228 3, 2 | the contrary, Whatever is predicated accidentally, predicates, 229 3, 3 | inasmuch as It ~cannot be predicated of several supposita, but 230 3, 3 | prevents several ~things being predicated of the Person. Hence it 231 3, 3 | However, some of the ~things predicated of God can be understood 232 3, 3 | belongs to the nature can be predicated of the Person subsisting 233 3, 3 | Person of the Father may be predicated what belongs to ~the human 234 3, 10 | inasmuch as it can be ~predicated of an infinite number. ~ 235 3, 16 | to the Son of Man may be predicated of the Son ~of God, and 236 3, 16 | to the Son of Man may be predicated of the ~Divine Nature, and 237 3, 16 | Incarnation one Person is not predicated of another; for we do not 238 3, 16 | human nature ought not to be predicated of God by saying that God 239 3, 16 | 39], A[4] that what is ~predicated of God not relatively but 240 3, 16 | absolute. Hence, if it is predicated of God, it would follow 241 3, 16 | For they say that man is ~predicated of God by reason of a certain 242 3, 16 | hypostasis, one can be properly ~predicated of the other: unless merely 243 3, 16 | may properly and truly be predicated of Socrates and Plato. Hence, ~ 244 3, 16 | may be truly and properly ~predicated of this word "God," as it 245 3, 16 | matter; and man is ~not predicated of God accidentally, but 246 3, 16 | but essentially, as being predicated ~of its hypostasis - not, 247 3, 16 | and hence they are not predicated one of ~another. But in 248 3, 16 | being ~distinct, are not predicated one of the other, in the 249 3, 16 | in ~suppositum, they are predicated of each other in the concrete.~ 250 3, 16 | cases ~the abstract is not predicated of the abstract, but only 251 3, 16 | OBJ 4: This word "man" is predicated of God, because of the union ~ 252 3, 16 | words which are absolutely predicated of God from ~eternity.~~ 253 3, 16 | this word "God" ~should be predicated of man.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 254 3, 16 | 2: Further, whatever is predicated of the predicate may be ~ 255 3, 16 | of the predicate may be ~predicated of the subject. But this 256 3, 16 | God" is truly and properly predicated ~of the Person of the Son 257 3, 16 | 2: This word "Father" is predicated of this word "God," ~inasmuch 258 3, 16 | And in ~this way it is not predicated of the Person of the Son, 259 3, 16 | that this word "Father" be predicated of this word ~"Man," of 260 3, 16 | which the Word "God" is predicated, inasmuch as "Man" stands ~ 261 3, 16 | because ~this word "God" is predicated of man not on account of 262 3, 16 | Now ~"God" and "Lord" are predicated essentially of the Son of 263 3, 16 | hence ~they ought not to be predicated denominatively, since this 264 3, 16 | word Divine is wont to be predicated even of things of ~which 265 3, 16 | of ~which the word God is predicated essentially; thus we say 266 3, 16 | signification. But "lordly" is not ~predicated of those of which "lord" 267 3, 16 | those of which "lord" is predicated; for we are not wont to ~ 268 3, 16 | the human nature can be predicated of God?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 269 3, 16 | wished to divide words ~predicated of Christ, in this way, 270 3, 16 | human ~nature should not be predicated of God, and that such as 271 3, 16 | Divine Nature should not be predicated of the Man. Hence Nestorius 272 3, 16 | both natures, of them they predicated what pertained ~to both 273 3, 16 | proposition in which ~something is predicated of another, we must not 274 3, 16 | consider what the ~predicate is predicated of, but also the reason 275 3, 16 | the reason of its being predicated. ~Thus, although we do not 276 3, 16 | do not distinguish things predicated of Christ, yet we ~distinguish 277 3, 16 | reason of which they are predicated, since those ~things that 278 3, 16 | to the Divine Nature are predicated of Christ in His ~Divine 279 3, 16 | to the human nature are predicated ~of Christ in His human 280 3, 16 | impossible for contraries to be predicated of the ~same in the same 281 3, 16 | nothing prevents their being predicated of ~the same in different 282 3, 16 | And thus contraries are predicated of ~Christ, not in the same, 283 3, 16 | the human nature can be predicated of the Divine ~Nature?~Aquin.: 284 3, 16 | belongs to the human nature is predicated ~of the Son of God, and 285 3, 16 | the human nature may be predicated of the Divine Nature.~Aquin.: 286 3, 16 | same; thus "risible" can be predicated only of man. Now ~in the 287 3, 16 | to one nature cannot be predicated of the other if they are ~ 288 3, 16 | the word of which they are predicated ~refers to one nature, as 289 3, 16 | identity the Divine Nature is predicated of the Son of ~God. Nevertheless, 290 3, 16 | to the Divine Nature is predicated of the ~human nature - not, 291 3, 16 | omnipotent), is nowise predicated of the human nature. But 292 3, 16 | human nature can nowise be predicated of the Divine ~Nature.~Aquin.: 293 3, 16 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, man as predicated of Christ stands for the 294 3, 16 | that which begins to be ~predicated of it for the first time. 295 3, 16 | Now to be man is truly predicated ~of God, as stated above ( 296 3, 16 | that something. is ~newly predicated of another. Hence, whenever 297 3, 16 | Hence, whenever anything is predicated of ~another, and there is 298 3, 16 | change in that of which it is predicated, then to ~be made is to 299 3, 16 | takes place in whatever is predicated ~absolutely, for whiteness 300 3, 16 | greatness. But whatever is ~predicated relatively can be newly 301 3, 16 | relatively can be newly predicated of anything without its ~ 302 3, 16 | hence to be man is newly predicated of God without any change 303 3, 16 | neither the Man of Whom it is predicated was made, nor is God made, 304 3, 16 | so that "to be ~God" was predicated of the man, and, conversely, 305 3, 16 | properties of both natures may be predicated of the ~common hypostasis 306 3, 16 | Person in ~Itself may be predicated simply of Christ by reason 307 3, 16 | exist in a part, ~are not predicated of the whole simply, i.e. 308 3, 16 | the Divine ~Nature, may be predicated equally of Christ. Hence 309 3, 16 | they belong, are not to be predicated without a ~qualification. 310 3, 16 | Further, the predicate is predicated of the term placed in ~reduplication, 311 3, 16 | 3: Further, whatever is predicated of a man as man is predicated 312 3, 16 | predicated of a man as man is predicated of ~him "per se" and simply, 313 3, 16 | creature" is naturally predicated not only of ~abstract, but 314 3, 17 | that "one" ~and "two" are predicated denominatively. Now Christ 315 3, 17 | abstract, cannot truly be predicated of the suppositum or person, 316 3, 17 | viz. the Divine, may be ~predicated of Him both in the abstract 317 3, 17 | the human nature cannot be predicated of Christ in ~the abstract, 318 3, 17 | nature is not naturally predicated of its suppositum. But ~ 319 3, 17 | if both the natures were predicated in the abstract of ~Christ, 320 3, 17 | the two natures ~are not predicated of Christ, except as they 321 3, 17 | that "one" or "two" be ~predicated of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 322 3, 17 | Divine Nature, which is predicated even in the ~abstract of 323 3, 17 | Divine Nature, which is ~predicated of the Father and Son.~Aquin.: 324 3, 17 | Trinity the Divine Nature is ~predicated, even in the abstract of 325 3, 17 | Incarnation both natures are not predicated in the abstract of Christ; ~ 326 3, 17 | thing of which "two" is predicated. Now what is predicated 327 3, 17 | predicated. Now what is predicated is said ~of the suppositum, 328 3, 20 | Some of these things are predicated of Him because of His ~relation 329 3, 20 | priesthood. And some are ~predicated, or may be predicated, of 330 3, 20 | are ~predicated, or may be predicated, of Him because of the Father' 331 3, 20 | Son," those things can be predicated ~essentially and absolutely 332 3, 35 | Further, the word "God" is predicated in common of Father, Son, ~ 333 3, 35 | every relation which is predicated of God from time does ~not 334 3, 50 | attributes of ~human nature are predicated of the Son of God only by 335 3, 50 | of Christ after death is predicated ~of the Son of God - namely, 336 3, 57 | ratio. But place is not predicated in the same ratio ~of bodies 337 3, 63 | of a thing must needs be predicated of it properly. Consequently, ~ 338 3, 75 | them can one extreme be ~predicated of the other by the substantive 339 3, 90 | of sin, because sin is predicated of each one of them. Therefore 340 Suppl, 37| several of which the whole is predicated, neither ought this sacrament 341 Suppl, 37| the whole ~would not be predicated of them. Therefore it is 342 Suppl, 37| can have the remote genus ~predicated of them in the plural in 343 Suppl, 81| because being in a ~place is predicated equivocally of a body and


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