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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Testament has a fourfold division as to history, etiology, 2 1, 1 | spiritual sense has a threefold division. For as the Apostle says ~( 3 1, 2 | there will be a threefold division, for we shall ~consider: ( 4 1, 5 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every division is made by opposites. But 5 1, 5 | ought to be the case if the division were made by ~opposites, 6 1, 5 | Offic. ii). Therefore this division is incorrect.~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 5 | Ambrose makes use of this division of goodness (De ~Offic. 8 1, 5 | 1/1~I answer that, This division properly concerns human 9 1, 5 | we shall find that this division properly concerns goodness 10 1, 5 | ten predicaments. But this division belongs to it according 11 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This division is not by opposite things; 12 1, 7 | therefore addition is opposed to division, and increase opposed to ~ 13 1, 7 | belongs to ~matter. Now by division of the whole we approach 14 1, 7 | of magnitude, but only in division.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[3] 15 1, 7 | multitude follows upon the ~division of magnitude; since the 16 1, 7 | found ~potentially in the division of the continuous, because 17 1, 11 | but is only a ~negation of division; for "one" means undivided " 18 1, 11 | of "multitude" contains division. Therefore "one" and ~"many" 19 1, 11 | idea of "many" involves division. Hence division must be 20 1, 11 | involves division. Hence division must be prior to unity, ~ 21 1, 11 | definition of "one." ~But division comes to be understood from 22 1, 11 | being, and thus we apprehend division as a consequence; thirdly, 23 1, 11 | called ~from the privation of division. But privation cannot be 24 1, 11 | potentially, by ~any mode of division; since He is altogether 25 1, 14 | He reaches "even to ~the division of the soul and the spirit, 26 1, 14 | are known by ~privation of division. This is because simple 27 1, 14 | there were composition or ~division of enunciations; for He 28 1, 14 | by way of composition or ~division, by forming an enunciation. 29 1, 14 | enunciation, by ~composition and division, as occurs in our intellect. 30 1, 16 | is." Now composition and ~division are neither in the senses 31 1, 16 | is not composition and ~division. Therefore in Him there 32 1, 16 | neither ~composition nor division, yet in His simple act of 33 1, 19 | not come rightly under one division, not being of one ~order.~ 34 1, 30 | plurality is a ~consequence of division. Now division is twofold; 35 1, 30 | consequence of division. Now division is twofold; one is material, 36 1, 30 | one is material, and is ~division of the continuous; from 37 1, 30 | quantity. The other kind of division is called formal, and is ~ 38 1, 30 | forms; and this kind of division results ~in a multitude, 39 1, 30 | being, ~except a negation of division, as we saw when treating 40 1, 30 | names adds a negation of division, beyond ~substance and relation; 41 1, 30 | not exclude multitude, but division, which ~logically precedes 42 1, 30 | does not remove unity, but ~division from each of the individuals 43 1, 31 | terms "separation" ~and "division," which belong to the parts 44 1, 39 | nature does not ~result from division, or from union or from community 45 1, 44 | are opposite members of a division. ~But as the first active 46 1, 48 | totally corrupts good?~(5) The division of evil into pain and fault.~( 47 1, 48 | infinitely divisible, if the division be made in an ever same 48 1, 48 | avail here. For when in a ~division we keep the same proportion, 49 1, 48 | It would seem that this division is superfluous: ~for, as 50 1, 50 | quantity, and follows the division of a continuous ~body. But 51 1, 50 | quantity, ~brought about by division of what is continuous, but 52 1, 50 | indeed, according to the division ~of quantity, since they 53 1, 58 | there is composition and division in the angel's mind.~Aquin.: 54 1, 58 | signs of ~composition and of division in the intellect; as is 55 1, 58 | without composition and division. ~Therefore the angel understands 56 1, 58 | understands without composition or division.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 57 1, 58 | the composition and the division of ~enunciations, just as 58 1, 58 | know both composition and division: yet not that ~they know 59 1, 58 | dividing process, as when, by ~division and demonstration, we seek 60 1, 58 | referred to some composition or division.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 61 1, 67 | Q[62], A[3]). Thus the division of light ~from darkness 62 1, 70 | Reply OBJ 3: The general division of time into day and night 63 1, 76 | Therefore, according to the division of ~matter, there are many 64 1, 76 | are unintelligible without division ~in measurable quantities. 65 1, 76 | corresponding to three kinds of division. There is a whole ~which 66 1, 77 | things which come under one division, there is no ~before and 67 1, 39 | nature does not ~result from division, or from union or from community 68 1, 45 | are opposite members of a division. ~But as the first active 69 1, 49 | totally corrupts good?~(5) The division of evil into pain and fault.~( 70 1, 49 | infinitely divisible, if the division be made in an ever same 71 1, 49 | avail here. For when in a ~division we keep the same proportion, 72 1, 49 | It would seem that this division is superfluous: ~for, as 73 1, 51 | quantity, and follows the division of a continuous ~body. But 74 1, 51 | quantity, ~brought about by division of what is continuous, but 75 1, 51 | indeed, according to the division ~of quantity, since they 76 1, 59 | there is composition and division in the angel's mind.~Aquin.: 77 1, 59 | signs of ~composition and of division in the intellect; as is 78 1, 59 | without composition and division. ~Therefore the angel understands 79 1, 59 | understands without composition or division.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 80 1, 59 | the composition and the division of ~enunciations, just as 81 1, 59 | know both composition and division: yet not that ~they know 82 1, 59 | dividing process, as when, by ~division and demonstration, we seek 83 1, 59 | referred to some composition or division.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 84 1, 68 | Q[62], A[3]). Thus the division of light ~from darkness 85 1, 71 | Reply OBJ 3: The general division of time into day and night 86 1, 75 | Therefore, according to the division of ~matter, there are many 87 1, 75 | are unintelligible without division ~in measurable quantities. 88 1, 75 | corresponding to three kinds of division. There is a whole ~which 89 1, 76 | things which come under one division, there is no ~before and 90 1, 78 | is from power. And such a division is recognized even by the ~ 91 1, 78 | things which fall under one division, seem to be of ~the same 92 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The division given by Jerome is taken 93 1, 80 | things which come under one division seem to be of one ~genus. 94 1, 84 | process of composition and ~division?~(6) Whether the intellect 95 1, 84 | way of ~composition and division; thus we may understand 96 1, 84 | forms a definition, or a ~division, or a composition, expressed 97 1, 84 | conveys the ~intellect's division or composition. Words do 98 1, 84 | understands by composition and division?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 99 1, 84 | understand by ~composition and division. For composition and division 100 1, 84 | division. For composition and division are only of many; ~whereas 101 1, 84 | understand by composition and division.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 102 1, 84 | Further, every composition and division implies past, present, or ~ 103 1, 84 | understand by ~composition and division. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 104 1, 84 | them. But composition and division are not in things, for ~ 105 1, 84 | not act by composition and division.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 106 1, 84 | we find composition and ~division, as appears in affirmative 107 1, 84 | acts by composition and division.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 108 1, 84 | understand by ~composition and division. For since the intellect 109 1, 84 | another by composition or division; and from one composition 110 1, 84 | from one composition and division ~it proceeds to another, 111 1, 84 | can know by composition, division, and reasoning. ~Therefore 112 1, 84 | intellect knows by composition, division and ~reasoning. But the 113 1, 84 | know, ~indeed, composition, division, and reasoning, not by the 114 1, 84 | Reply OBJ 1: Composition and division of the intellect are made 115 1, 84 | things by ~composition and division, as by knowing the difference 116 1, 84 | phantasms, ~composition and division of the intellect involve 117 1, 84 | to the ~composition and division of the intellect; but it 118 1, 84 | as regards composition or division, or also in the process 119 1, 84 | regard to composition and division. The same answer applies 120 1, 84 | known ~to us before its division, which is a division into 121 1, 84 | its division, which is a division into parts: because ~confused 122 1, 84 | is ~understood before its division into logical parts, as we 123 1, 88 | regards mental composition and division, ~or also reasoning; so 124 1, 92 | As unity means absence of division, a species is said to be ~ 125 1, 97 | of masters requires the division of property, to avoid confusion 126 1, 97 | been necessary to make a division of rights when the human 127 1, 97 | In our present state a division of possessions is necessary ~ 128 1, 102 | observe that things resist division, as ~far as they can; and 129 1, 118 | it can only result from ~division. Therefore some other substance 130 1, 118 | animal would be a mere division, as mud is generated from 131 2, 2 | OBJ 1: Inasmuch as this division includes all goods that 132 2, 18 | divide it accidentally, the division is ~incorrect: as, if one 133 2, 18 | being. But the following division would ~be correct: "Some 134 2, 18 | many": because the latter ~division is an essential determination 135 2, 20 | differences make an essential division ~in a genus, according to 136 2, 26 | cannot be the member of a division of passions. Therefore love ~ 137 2, 26 | another member of the same ~division; for man is not a member 138 2, 26 | not a member of the same division as "animal." But ~concupiscence 139 2, 26 | is a member of the same division as love, as a passion ~distinct 140 2, 26 | Therefore concupiscence is not a division of love.~Aquin.: SMT FS 141 2, 26 | Now the members of this division are related as primary and 142 2, 28 | whole, except by means of ~a division of the whole. But it is 143 2, 29 | the ~opposite members of a division are naturally simultaneous" ( 144 2, 29 | are opposite members of a division, since they are ~contrary 145 2, 29 | The opposite members of a division are sometimes naturally ~ 146 2, 35 | s (De Fide Orth. ii, 14) division of ~sorrow into four species 147 2, 35 | species. Therefore this division ~is insufficient.~Aquin.: 148 2, 35 | Further, the members of a division should be things that are ~ 149 2, 35 | speechless. Therefore this division is correct.~Aquin.: SMT 150 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This division is not according to opposite 151 2, 36 | the cause of pleasure, and division [*Aristotle ~wrote {endeian}, ' 152 2, 36 | pertains ~to unity, and division is the cause of multitude.~ 153 2, 36 | feeling of impatience of division or corruption?"~Aquin.: 154 2, 40 | power. ~For such is the division of the possible given in 155 2, 41 | derived ~from the proper division of the object of fear itself.~ 156 2, 46 | Therefore Damascene's division is ~imperfect, since it 157 2, 55 | 2) its subject; (3) the division of virtue; (4) the cause 158 2, 61 | the opposite members of a division are by nature ~simultaneous" ( 159 2, 61 | opposite members of the division of the ~genus "virtue." 160 2, 61 | species, the ~members of the division are on a par in the point 161 2, 61 | to accident. Such ~is the division of virtue into various kinds 162 2, 72 | reckoned as a part in the division of ~sin. But it is common 163 2, 72 | reckoned a part of ~the division of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 164 2, 72 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every division should consist of things 165 2, 72 | Summo Bono), in giving the division of ~sins, says that "man 166 2, 72 | This may be seen in the division of numbers and figures: 167 2, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the division of sins according to their 168 2, 72 | It would seem that the division of sins according to their 169 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This division in respect of commission 170 2, 72 | added. Therefore the ~first division was unfitting.~Aquin.: SMT 171 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The division of sin into venial and mortal 172 2, 88 | venial and mortal is not a ~division of a genus into its species 173 2, 88 | generic nature: but it is the division of an analogous term into 174 2, 95 | 3) Its quality.~(4) Its division.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] A[ 175 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~Whether Isidore's division of human laws is appropriate?~ 176 2, 95 | infinity. Therefore this division of human laws is not appropriate.~ 177 2, 95 | it seems that, as ~this division includes "military law," 178 2, 101 | above. Therefore the above division of ~ceremonies is unsuitable.~ 179 2, 102 | the Church, so also the division of the ~tabernacle or temple 180 2, 102 | are thus betokened by the ~division of the tabernacle. For that 181 2, 102 | in signification. Because division of the hoof is ~a figure 182 2, 104 | Their duration;~(4) Their division.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 183 2, 104 | possible to assign a distinct division of the judicial ~precepts?~ 184 2, 104 | impossible to assign a distinct division ~of the judicial precepts. 185 2, 104 | men, are not subject to division, since they are ~infinite 186 2, 104 | possible to assign a distinct ~division of the judicial precepts.~ 187 2, 104 | not seem to be capable of division, except in so ~far as they 188 2, 104 | Therefore ~there is no distinct division of the judicial precepts.~ 189 2, 104 | because there is a distinct division of the ceremonial ~precepts, 190 2, 104 | the Law alludes to this division, by describing some as ~" 191 2, 104 | contains no allusion ~to a division of the judicial precepts. 192 2, 104 | that they have ~no distinct division.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 193 2, 104 | order there must needs be division. ~But the notion of order 194 2, 104 | they should have a distinct division.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 195 2, 104 | art there is a distinct division in ~the rules of art, so, 196 2, 104 | there must be a distinct division of ~precepts: else the law 197 2, 104 | another, are subject to division ~according to the divers 198 2, 104 | The Law alludes to the division of the judicial precepts 199 2, 105 | was brought about by the division of the ~kingdom. But the 200 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The division of the kingdom, and a number 201 2, 109 | to its essence; ~(3) its division.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] Out. 202 2, 111 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE DIVISION OF GRACE (FIVE ARTICLES)~ 203 2, 111 | We must now consider the division of grace; under which head 204 2, 111 | sanctifying grace?~(2) Of the division into operating and cooperating 205 2, 111 | cooperating grace; ~(3) Of the division of it into prevenient and 206 2, 111 | subsequent grace;~(4) Of the division of gratuitous grace;~(5) 207 2, 111 | 3: Further, members of a division are mutually opposed. But 208 2, 111 | thus the two parts of ~the division are opposed as sanctifying 209 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, division ought to rest on opposition. 210 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The division into prevenient and subsequent 211 2, 111 | contained under any certain division.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 212 2, 113 | This enumeration is not the division of a genus into its ~species, 213 2, 113 | simultaneous; but it is ~division of the things required for 214 2, 1 | be taken of a ~material division of matters of faith into 215 2, 4 | are ~opposite members of a division, one cannot be the form 216 2, 4 | be opposite members of a division, as ~different species of 217 2, 16 | order to decide under what division we must place hope, we ~ 218 2, 18 | to be feared?~(2) Of the division of fear into filial, initial, 219 2, 18 | are not ~mentioned in the division in question. Therefore this 220 2, 18 | question. Therefore this division of fear ~seems unfitting.~ 221 2, 18 | Therefore the aforesaid division of fear is ~insufficient.~ 222 2, 18 | the soul: whereas ~this division of fear is taken from its 223 2, 23 | aforesaid three, even as every ~division of continuous things is 224 2, 37 | et Pancrat.), "denotes a ~division." But every sin causes a 225 2, 37 | But every sin causes a division, according to Is. 59:: " 226 2, 37 | the word schism denotes a division, it would seem not to ~differ, 227 2, 37 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The division between man and God that 228 2, 40 | sedition denotes a kind of division. Now schism takes ~its name 229 2, 47 | things are members of a division, one is not part of the 230 2, 64 | frequently where there is no division ~of the things possessed.~ 231 2, 64 | s own: but because the ~division of possessions is not according 232 2, 64 | their means. Wherefore the division ~and appropriation of things 233 2, 71 | the occasional cause of ~division among those who were united, 234 2, 79 | are opposite members of a division are not ~identified with 235 2, 86 | in contrast with this division. For this reason the Church ~ 236 2, 93 | unable to agree upon the division of ~something or other, 237 2, 93 | willing to draw lots for its division, thus ~leaving to chance 238 2, 108 | mischievous" lies. For a division should be made according ~ 239 2, 108 | result from one act. Now this division ~is made according to the 240 2, 108 | it seems that the first division of lies is insufficient.~ 241 2, 108 | seems ~that the aforesaid division of lies is inadequate.~Aquin.: 242 2, 108 | the proper and essential division of ~lying. In this way, 243 2, 108 | belongs to "irony." This division is an essential division 244 2, 108 | division is an essential division of lying ~itself, because 245 2, 108 | gravity: and in this way the division comprises eight kinds, as 246 2, 152 | species. ~Now the aforesaid division is made with regard to diversity 247 2, 152 | contrary, The aforesaid division is given in the Decretals 248 2, 153 | co-ordinate members of the same division. But continence is ~co-ordinated 249 2, 153 | includes continence in the same division ~with virtue in so far as 250 2, 156 | it seems that the above division of anger is not fitting.~ 251 2, 156 | ill-tempered." The same division is given by Damascene (De 252 2, 156 | Therefore the aforesaid division assigned by the Philosopher 253 2, 160 | Therefore ~the aforesaid division does not sufficiently account 254 2, 165 | are members of the same division (1 ~Jn. 2:16), it seems 255 2, 169 | prophetic knowledge; (4) the division of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 256 2, 169 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: This division of the Philosopher's does 257 2, 172 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE DIVISION OF PROPHECY (SIX ARTICLES)~ 258 2, 172 | We must now consider the division of prophecy, and under this 259 2, 172 | points of inquiry:~(1) The division of prophecy into its species;~( 260 2, 172 | included in the aforesaid division. Therefore it is insufficient.~ 261 2, 177 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE DIVISION OF LIFE INTO ACTIVE AND 262 2, 177 | be fourfold: (1) Of the division of life into active and ~ 263 2, 177 | Whether this is an adequate division?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[179] A[ 264 2, 177 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the division of that which comes afterwards 265 2, 177 | intellect, wherefore the same division applies to intellect and 266 2, 177 | contemplative" ~life. Therefore the division of life into active and 267 2, 177 | above (A[1], ad 2), this division applies to ~the human life 268 2, 177 | is not included in this division of the life of a man into 269 2, 181 | liberty." Wherefore the same division applies to charity as to ~ 270 3, 2 | without change, ~without division, without separation - the 271 3, 2 | Nestorius, maintaining division, introduce a union of purpose. 272 3, 3 | multiplied according to the division of matter. And hence, ~if 273 3, 3 | nature, on account of the division of matter, without ~distinction 274 3, 7 | xiv in Joan.) says: "The division of the gifts is ~a measurement. 275 3, 33 | divided ~according to the division of the thing moved, as is 276 3, 44 | disturbance in the atmosphere or a division of waters. ~Hence the Apostle 277 3, 57 | space, according to the division of which time ~is reckoned, 278 3, 64 | sacraments, giving rise to division in the ~Church; as may be 279 3, 75 | and substituted another division of the matter under discussion, 280 3, 75 | ignored St. Thomas's original division, and give the one to which 281 3, 76 | Reply OBJ 1: Number follows division, and therefore so long as 282 3, 77 | sacrament are ~divided by the division of dimensive quantity, as 283 3, 77 | not, but by addition or division; for, as is said in Metaph. ~ 284 3, 77 | dimension is dissolved by division, and two dimensions result; ~ 285 3, 77 | which remains can receive division and ~addition; and since 286 3, 77 | Breaking arises from the division of that which has ~quantity. 287 3, 90 | parts are they?~(4) Of its division into subjective parts.~Aquin.: 288 3, 90 | I answer that, This is a division of penance as a virtue. 289 Suppl, 29| concern the building or division of the Church. As a matter 290 Suppl, 34| unsuitable; ~because the division of a sacrament into those 291 Suppl, 34| those three things is not a ~division into integral parts, properly 292 Suppl, 37| divided, the parts of the division are either ~integral or 293 Suppl, 37| them. Therefore it is a division into ~subjective parts. 294 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The division of Order is not that of 295 Suppl, 40| schismatics as causing ~a division in the unity of the Church. 296 Suppl, 66| Consequently whether we find division of the flesh on the ~part 297 Suppl, 66| effected by ~virginity or division of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 298 Suppl, 71| and is never destroyed by division, if it be ~diminished not 299 Suppl, 71| it seems that indefinite division which is ~applicable to 300 Suppl, 71| fourthly, because in the division of a line we come at length 301 Suppl, 77| divisibility into parts. But division into parts belongs to a ~ 302 Suppl, 77| substantial form. Consequently division which is made ~according 303 Suppl, 77| substantial form; ~wherefore division that is made in reference 304 Suppl, 86| and of the dead." Now this division ~comprises all men, no matter


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