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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | proceeded from God in ~a certain equality, as Origen said (Peri Archon. 2 1, 12 | this is incongruous; since equality with angels is promised 3 1, 14 | nor by the ~infinite. But equality suffices for comprehension, 4 1, 28 | of ~the Persons, and the equality of their Majesty."~Aquin.: 5 1, 28 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, equality, and likeness, and identity 6 1, 28 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Equality and similitude in God are 7 1, 35 | that we consider either equality or inequality in God, ~as 8 1, 39 | Unity is in ~the Father, equality in the Son, and in the Holy 9 1, 39 | Ghost is the concord of ~equality and unity." This does not, 10 1, 39 | wondrous ~proportion and primal equality," etc.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 11 1, 39 | unity" to the Father, ~"equality" to the Son, "concord" or " 12 1, 39 | principle without principle." "Equality" ~implies unity as regards 13 1, 39 | quantity as another. So equality is appropriated to the Son, 14 1, 39 | removed, we do not find equality in the Father, but we find 15 1, 39 | Son were the principle of equality in the Father, but that, 16 1, 39 | called equal; because ~His equality is considered firstly in 17 1, 40 | which it is founded; as equality presupposes quantity. But ~ 18 1, 42 | 42] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF EQUALITY AND LIKENESS AMONG THE DIVINE 19 1, 42 | firstly, ~with regard to equality and likeness; secondly, 20 1, 42 | inquiry.~(1) Whether there is equality among the divine persons?~( 21 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~Whether there is equality in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 22 1, 42 | OBJ 1: It would seem that equality is not becoming to the divine ~ 23 1, 42 | the divine ~persons. For equality is in relation to things 24 1, 42 | time. Nor can there be equality by reason of discrete quantity, 25 1, 42 | more than one. Therefore equality is not becoming to the ~ 26 1, 42 | divine persons, but not of equality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 27 1, 42 | wherein there is to be found equality, are equal ~to one another, 28 1, 42 | equal ~to one another, for equality is reciprocal. But the divine 29 1, 42 | equal to the Son. Therefore equality is not to ~be found among 30 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, equality is a relation. But no relation 31 1, 42 | the relations. ~Therefore equality is not becoming to the divine 32 1, 42 | that, We must needs admit equality among the divine persons. ~ 33 1, 42 | Metaph. x, text 15,16, 17), equality ~signifies the negation 34 1, 42 | We must therefore admit equality among the ~divine persons.~ 35 1, 42 | i) says: "We understand equality to be in the Father, ~Son 36 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: Where we have equality in respect of virtual quantity, ~ 37 1, 42 | respect of virtual quantity, ~equality includes likeness and something 38 1, 42 | is it in both in ~perfect equality, therefore we say not only 39 1, 42 | 3 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Equality and likeness in God may 40 1, 42 | When designated by nouns, equality ~in the divine persons is 41 1, 42 | Dionysius says (Div. ~Nom. ix): "Equality and likeness are not mutual." 42 1, 42 | Para. 2/2~But verbs signify equality with movement. And although 43 1, 42 | they ~are distinct. Now equality implies both - namely, distinction 44 1, 42 | indefinitely. Therefore equality and likeness in the divine ~ 45 1, 42 | point; ~wherein is wanting equality of simplicity. The second 46 1, 42 | the sun; wherein is absent equality of nature. The ~third is 47 1, 42 | object; wherein is wanting ~equality of spiritual simplicity. 48 1, 42 | time. Thus it is clear that equality of nature or of time ~is 49 1, 42 | begets him, but attains to equality by ~due growth, unless owing 50 1, 42 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Equality is measured by greatness. 51 1, 42 | belongs to the essence. Thus equality and likeness in God have 52 1, 42 | whom? but the question ~of equality is, Of what kind, or how 53 1, 43 | which is according to ~equality, as explained above (Q[42], 54 1, 45 | ad 4), in treating of the equality ~of the Persons.~Aquin.: 55 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, equality is the effect of unity ( 56 1, 47 | first effect of unity is equality; and then comes ~multiplicity; 57 1, 47 | to Whom is appropriated equality, and then from Him the creature ~ 58 1, 47 | creatures ~share in a certain equality - namely, of proportion.~ 59 1, 60 | expression "as" does not denote equality, but likeness. ~For since 60 1, 62 | beatitude: consequently equality with angels is promised 61 1, 63 | desired to be as God, not by equality, ~but by likeness, it would 62 1, 63 | understood in two ways: first, by equality; secondly, by ~likeness. 63 1, 63 | of lower degree to desire equality with a ~higher; and still 64 1, 63 | and still more to covet equality with God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 65 1, 65 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Equality of justice has its place 66 1, 66 | blessedness ~of the angels, equality with whom is promised to 67 1, 39 | Unity is in ~the Father, equality in the Son, and in the Holy 68 1, 39 | Ghost is the concord of ~equality and unity." This does not, 69 1, 39 | wondrous ~proportion and primal equality," etc.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 70 1, 39 | unity" to the Father, ~"equality" to the Son, "concord" or " 71 1, 39 | principle without principle." "Equality" ~implies unity as regards 72 1, 39 | quantity as another. So equality is appropriated to the Son, 73 1, 39 | removed, we do not find equality in the Father, but we find 74 1, 39 | Son were the principle of equality in the Father, but that, 75 1, 39 | called equal; because ~His equality is considered firstly in 76 1, 40 | which it is founded; as equality presupposes quantity. But ~ 77 1, 42 | 42] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF EQUALITY AND LIKENESS AMONG THE DIVINE 78 1, 42 | firstly, ~with regard to equality and likeness; secondly, 79 1, 42 | inquiry.~(1) Whether there is equality among the divine persons?~( 80 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~Whether there is equality in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 81 1, 42 | OBJ 1: It would seem that equality is not becoming to the divine ~ 82 1, 42 | the divine ~persons. For equality is in relation to things 83 1, 42 | time. Nor can there be equality by reason of discrete quantity, 84 1, 42 | more than one. Therefore equality is not becoming to the ~ 85 1, 42 | divine persons, but not of equality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 86 1, 42 | wherein there is to be found equality, are equal ~to one another, 87 1, 42 | equal ~to one another, for equality is reciprocal. But the divine 88 1, 42 | equal to the Son. Therefore equality is not to ~be found among 89 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, equality is a relation. But no relation 90 1, 42 | the relations. ~Therefore equality is not becoming to the divine 91 1, 42 | that, We must needs admit equality among the divine persons. ~ 92 1, 42 | Metaph. x, text 15,16, 17), equality ~signifies the negation 93 1, 42 | We must therefore admit equality among the ~divine persons.~ 94 1, 42 | i) says: "We understand equality to be in the Father, ~Son 95 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: Where we have equality in respect of virtual quantity, ~ 96 1, 42 | respect of virtual quantity, ~equality includes likeness and something 97 1, 42 | is it in both in ~perfect equality, therefore we say not only 98 1, 42 | 3 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Equality and likeness in God may 99 1, 42 | When designated by nouns, equality ~in the divine persons is 100 1, 42 | Dionysius says (Div. ~Nom. ix): "Equality and likeness are not mutual." 101 1, 42 | Para. 2/2~But verbs signify equality with movement. And although 102 1, 42 | they ~are distinct. Now equality implies both - namely, distinction 103 1, 42 | indefinitely. Therefore equality and likeness in the divine ~ 104 1, 42 | point; ~wherein is wanting equality of simplicity. The second 105 1, 42 | the sun; wherein is absent equality of nature. The ~third is 106 1, 42 | object; wherein is wanting ~equality of spiritual simplicity. 107 1, 42 | time. Thus it is clear that equality of nature or of time ~is 108 1, 42 | begets him, but attains to equality by ~due growth, unless owing 109 1, 42 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Equality is measured by greatness. 110 1, 42 | belongs to the essence. Thus equality and likeness in God have 111 1, 42 | whom? but the question ~of equality is, Of what kind, or how 112 1, 43 | which is according to ~equality, as explained above (Q[42], 113 1, 46 | ad 4), in treating of the equality ~of the Persons.~Aquin.: 114 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, equality is the effect of unity ( 115 1, 48 | first effect of unity is equality; and then comes multiplicity; 116 1, 48 | to Whom is appropriated equality, and then from Him the creature ~ 117 1, 48 | creatures ~share in a certain equality - namely, of proportion.~ 118 1, 61 | expression "as" does not denote equality, but likeness. ~For since 119 1, 63 | beatitude: consequently equality with angels is promised 120 1, 64 | desired to be as God, not by equality, ~but by likeness, it would 121 1, 64 | understood in two ways: first, by equality; secondly, by ~likeness. 122 1, 64 | of lower degree to desire equality with a ~higher; and still 123 1, 64 | and still more to covet equality with God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 124 1, 66 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Equality of justice has its place 125 1, 67 | blessedness ~of the angels, equality with whom is promised to 126 1, 84 | truth, being a certain equality between thought and thing, 127 1, 90 | themselves, and there would be no equality in the mingling, ~such as 128 1, 92 | there be a comparison of equality between God ~and man. Therefore 129 1, 92 | A[1] Body Para. 2/2~But equality does not belong to the essence 130 1, 92 | there is not ~necessarily equality," as we see in a person' 131 1, 92 | likeness is not one of ~equality, for such an exemplar infinitely 132 1, 95 | 2: Further, likeness and equality are the basis of mutual 133 1, 95 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Equality is the cause of equality 134 1, 95 | Equality is the cause of equality in mutual love. Yet ~between 135 1, 101 | account of the ~unvarying equality of day and night; that it 136 1, 107 | way be transferred to an ~equality with the angels; but this 137 2, 8 | in genus ~and are on an equality; for instance, sound and 138 2, 8 | righteous are not on an equality, but are as that which is ~ 139 2, 19 | imitation, not by way of equality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 140 2, 61 | person, and on a ~basis of equality. The good of curbing the 141 2, 64 | connection between virtues, (3) equality of virtues, (4) ~the duration 142 2, 64 | and deficiency the mean is equality or conformity. Therefore 143 2, 66 | 66] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF EQUALITY AMONG THE VIRTUES (SIX ARTICLES)~ 144 2, 66 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider equality among the virtues: under 145 2, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This equality is not one of absolute quantity, 146 2, 66 | one man are equal ~with an equality of proportion, in so far 147 2, 66 | 4~Now the nature of this equality is to be explained in the 148 2, 66 | connection of virtues; for equality among virtues is their connection ~ 149 2, 66 | alludes to this ~kind of equality (De Trin. vi, 4) when he 150 2, 66 | Accordingly the nature of the equality among virtues can also be ~ 151 2, 67 | wayfarer can ~never attain to equality with the charity of heaven, 152 2, 87 | fault, since justice is equality: ~wherefore it is written ( 153 2, 87 | which restores him to the equality of justice; so ~that, according 154 2, 87 | This restoration of the equality of justice by penal compensation ~ 155 2, 87 | in ~order to restore the equality of justice, and to remove 156 2, 93 | it is not on a perfect equality with it.~Aquin.: SMT FS 157 2, 96 | subjects, according to an equality of proportion and with ~ 158 2, 102 | Godhead, we must confess His equality with the Father - and ~this 159 2, 114 | Now justice is a kind of equality, as is clear from the ~Philosopher ( 160 2, 114 | where there is no absolute equality between them, ~neither is 161 2, 114 | be no justice of absolute equality between man and ~God, but 162 2, 114 | congruity, ~on account of an equality of proportion: for it would 163 2, 24 | implies mutual love and ~equality (Ethic. viii, 2,7), which 164 2, 25 | particle "as" denotes not equality of love but the ~motive 165 2, 53 | among the virtues, viz. equality and the curbing of ~concupiscence; 166 2, 55 | the ~art of goodness and equality." Now art is not the object 167 2, 55 | because it denotes a ~kind of equality, as its very name implies; 168 2, 55 | they are made equal, for equality is in ~reference of one 169 2, 55 | other by way of some kind of equality, for instance the ~payment 170 2, 55 | 3: Since justice implies equality, and since we cannot offer ~ 171 2, 55 | according to some kind of ~equality. Now a thing can be adjusted 172 2, 55 | accordance with natural ~equality, and if human nature were 173 2, 55 | as implying a proximate equality, it follows ~that they need 174 2, 56 | justice by its name ~implies equality, it denotes essentially 175 2, 56 | stealing is contrary to the, equality ~that should be maintained 176 2, 56 | a certain proportion of equality between the external thing 177 2, 56 | the ~external person. Now equality is the real mean between 178 2, 56 | due to him according to ~equality of proportion. Therefore 179 2, 57 | because justice is a kind of equality, ~so that injustice is apparently 180 2, 57 | injuring ~himself, departs from equality, even as by injuring another. 181 2, 59 | observed, not ~according to equality between thing and thing, 182 2, 59 | geometrical proportion," ~wherein equality depends not on quantity 183 2, 59 | plus its ~half: whereas the equality of excess is not one of 184 2, 59 | result of this will ~be equality according to the "arithmetical 185 2, 59 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Equality is the general form of justice, 186 2, 59 | agree: but in one we find equality ~of geometrical proportion, 187 2, 59 | whereas in the other we find equality of ~arithmetical proportion.~ 188 2, 59 | same way according to the ~equality of repayment. Hence all 189 2, 59 | according to a kind of equality. In distributive justice 190 2, 59 | distributive justice this equality ~regards personal dignity, 191 2, 59 | Now in ~respect of either equality there is retaliation in 192 2, 59 | must be made on a basis of ~equality according to the requirements 193 2, 59 | there would not ~always be equality if passion were in the same 194 2, 59 | Nor again would there be equality of ~passion in voluntary 195 2, 59 | we ~do not consider the equality between thing and thing 196 2, 59 | distributive justice considers the equality, not between ~the thing 197 2, 60 | restitution we ~consider the equality of justice attending the 198 2, 60 | and this demands a certain equality. Wherefore ~restitution 199 2, 60 | by giving it back that equality is reestablished. If, however, 200 2, 60 | away justly, there will be equality, and so there will be no 201 2, 60 | for justice consists in equality. Since therefore the ~safeguarding 202 2, 60 | Restitution re-establishes equality where an unjust ~taking 203 2, 60 | has caused inequality. Now equality is restored by repaying 204 2, 60 | which is consistent with equality on the ~part of the thing, 205 2, 60 | restitution, since ~thereby equality is re-established; and for 206 2, 60 | because it ~re-establishes equality. But if one were to restore 207 2, 60 | take, there would not be equality. Therefore it is not just 208 2, 60 | Restitution re-establishes the equality of commutative ~justice, 209 2, 60 | commutative ~justice, which equality consists in the equalizing 210 2, 60 | Restitution re-establishes the equality of justice, by ~taking away 211 2, 61 | distributive justice. ~For the equality of distributive justice 212 2, 61 | the judge restores to the equality of justice, ~those things 213 2, 61 | proportion to him in which the equality of ~justice consists. Wherefore 214 2, 64 | he does not destroy its ~equality. Yet a man commits a theft 215 2, 66 | judge is to establish ~the equality of justice between them: 216 2, 66 | justice between them: and the equality of justice ~requires that 217 2, 75 | between them ~should observe equality of thing and thing. Again, 218 2, 75 | there is no longer the equality ~of justice: and consequently, 219 2, 75 | reckoned ~unlawful if the equality of justice be not observed 220 2, 75 | not seem to destroy the equality of ~justice. ~Aquin.: SMT 221 2, 75 | we consider chiefly real equality. ~On the other hand, in 222 2, 75 | based on utility we consider equality of ~usefulness, so that 223 2, 75 | justice which consists in equality. Now ~quantity is known 224 2, 76 | is repaid according ~to equality of justice if he is repaid 225 2, 77 | to justice to establish equality in our relations with ~others, 226 2, 77 | person ~establishes the equality of justice by doing good, 227 2, 77 | the already established equality of ~justice by declining 228 2, 77 | things, wherein to establish equality is one thing, and not to ~ 229 2, 77 | and not to ~disturb the equality established is another.~ 230 2, 78 | another his due according to equality, as stated ~above (Q[58], 231 2, 78 | short of the aspect of equality; secondly, by falling short 232 2, 78 | the habit of observing equality in commutations." To legal 233 2, 79 | establishing a kind ~of equality in them. And when I say " 234 2, 79 | in them. And when I say "equality," I do not mean absolute ~ 235 2, 79 | I do not mean absolute ~equality, because it is not possible 236 2, 79 | much as we owe Him, but equality in consideration of man' 237 2, 79 | therefore if a man fall short of equality which is the mean ~of justice, 238 2, 85 | special purpose of preserving equality among men, in ~accordance 239 2, 97 | must be ~considered. First equality, in order that the punishment 240 2, 103 | of Samuel is one, not of equality but of ~likeness, because 241 2, 104 | be paid at once, else the equality of ~justice would not be 242 2, 104 | justice. But justice considers equality between giving and taking. ~ 243 2, 104 | Further, justice consists in equality. But "more" is excess of ~ 244 2, 104 | But "more" is excess of ~equality. Since therefore excess 245 2, 104 | cardinal virtue, we consider ~equality of things, so in gratitude 246 2, 104 | in gratitude we consider equality of wills. For ~while on 247 2, 106 | means of punishment the equality of justice is restored, ~ 248 2, 107 | containing virtue, but a certain equality ~between the understanding 249 2, 107 | essentially denotes a kind of equality, and equal is a ~mean between 250 2, 107 | justice sets up a certain equality between things, and this ~ 251 2, 107 | truth, since it is a kind of equality, holds to the exact ~mean. 252 2, 108 | and truth is a kind of equality, to which more and ~less 253 2, 111 | truth, which is a kind of ~equality. But one does not forsake 254 2, 115 | OBJ 3: Justice establishes equality in external things, but 255 2, 118 | cases it will frustrate the ~equality of justice and be injurious 256 2, 155 | justice consist in a certain "equality," those of fortitude in 257 2, 160 | inordinately: for it hath equality ~of fellowship under Him, 258 2, 161 | a likeness of absolute ~equality [*Cf. FP, Q[93], A[1]]: 259 2, 161 | considers the likeness of equality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 260 3, 7 | extent as to ~reach to an equality with Christ's grace, against 261 3, 48 | Further, atonement implies equality with the trespass, since 262 3, 49 | Merit implies a certain equality of justice: hence the ~Apostle 263 3, 57 | not as man that He rose to equality with the Father; for in 264 3, 58 | attributed to the Son, to whom equality is ~appropriated; thus Augustine 265 3, 58 | there is unity, in the Son equality, in the Holy Ghost the ~ 266 3, 58 | connection of unity with equality."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[58] A[ 267 3, 58 | gloss adds, "that is, in equality with the Father over all ~ 268 3, 58 | place and dignity." But equality with God does not belong ~ 269 3, 58 | Father; ~and this is to be in equality with the Father. Secondly, 270 3, 58 | right hand," that is, "in equality with the Father"; but ~as 271 3, 58 | Father's right hand ~"as to equality of honor," inasmuch as with 272 3, 58 | by reason of their mutual equality. But ~it does thus belong 273 3, 58 | s human nature to be in ~equality with the Father, but only 274 3, 58 | hand inasmuch as He is on equality with the Father in ~respect 275 3, 85 | since justice is a kind ~of equality, and he calls this the politic 276 3, 85 | The mean of justice is the equality that is established ~between 277 3, 85 | in ~certain cases perfect equality cannot be established, on 278 3, 86 | his will, for thus will equality be restored. Hence it ~is 279 3, 90 | the restoration of the ~equality of justice, as in vindictive 280 Suppl, 8 | Further, man is reduced to the equality of justice by the punishment ~ 281 Suppl, 12| act of virtue. And since equality is ~the mean implied in 282 Suppl, 12| save justice establishes equality between external ~things. 283 Suppl, 12| satisfaction which establishes equality ~between amendment and the 284 Suppl, 12| satis" ~[enough] denotes an equality of proportion, it is evident 285 Suppl, 12| one man to another, the ~equality is set up in the agent, 286 Suppl, 12| between ~two others, the equality is set up in the subject 287 Suppl, 12| since satisfaction expresses equality in the agent, it ~denotes, 288 Suppl, 12| so far as it establishes ~equality between external things, 289 Suppl, 12| satisfaction clearly points to equality between ~actions, although 290 Suppl, 12| justice, which ~establishes equality indifferently, whether the 291 Suppl, 12| penance, which implies ~equality in the agent only, since 292 Suppl, 12| satisfaction, which implies equality ~in the agent with respect 293 Suppl, 12| satisfaction brings back directly ~equality of justice, and consequently 294 Suppl, 12| justice, and consequently equality of friendship. And since ~ 295 Suppl, 12| but also at safeguarding equality ~for the future, because 296 Suppl, 12| injury according to the ~equality of justice." The definition 297 Suppl, 13| enough] denotes quantitative equality; but he can, if it ~denote 298 Suppl, 13| it ~denote proportionate equality, as explained above, and 299 Suppl, 14| required than that ~the equality of justice should be reinstated, 300 Suppl, 14| satisfaction, not ~only must the equality of justice be restored by 301 Suppl, 14| the offense, but also the equality of friendship must ~be reinstated, 302 Suppl, 14| and the restoration of the equality of justice, the contrary ~ 303 Suppl, 14| satisfaction made to God, the equality is based, not on ~equivalence 304 Suppl, 15| for an offense implies equality, which must needs be between 305 Suppl, 44| equiparance as well as of ~equality. Now according to Avicenna 306 Suppl, 44| Avicenna the relation of equality is not ~identically the 307 Suppl, 44| and the same applies to equality, ~it follows that both equality 308 Suppl, 44| equality, ~it follows that both equality and likeness are in every 309 Suppl, 55| other; thus there results equality between two men by the increase 310 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Equality is twofold, of quantity 311 Suppl, 64| quantity and of proportion. ~Equality of quantity is that which 312 Suppl, 64| two ~cubits in length. But equality of proportion is that which 313 Suppl, 64| Accordingly, speaking of the first equality, husband and wife are not ~ 314 Suppl, 64| reference to the second kind of equality, they are equal in both 315 Suppl, 64| and accordingly there is equality of proportion between them.~ 316 Suppl, 64| members: and thus there is ~equality of proportion between them.~ 317 Suppl, 71| we have to consider the equality of justice: and this work ~ 318 Suppl, 80| reduced to a supreme degree of equality, it would seem ~that they 319 Suppl, 84| than that of the angels, equality with whom is ~promised us 320 Suppl, 86| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, equality with the angels is promised 321 Suppl, 86| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Equality with angels is promised 322 Suppl, 89| Him as He is." Now, only equality ~with the angels is promised 323 Suppl, 89| of the thing known, and equality is a kind ~of proportion. 324 Suppl, 89| certain fixed excess or equality; but is further transferred 325 Suppl, 89| in likeness but not in equality, for it will be endowed 326 Suppl, 89| soul of Christ, but not in equality thereto: ~thus it will have


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