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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | many in the light of the diversity of things receiving duration 2 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The diversity of seeing will not arise 3 1, 13 | subjects materially." To this ~diversity in idea corresponds the 4 1, 14 | respect, that ~multitude and diversity are caused by the one universal 5 1, 14 | they communicate. For the diversity of colors is not caused ~ 6 1, 14 | receives it; and likewise, the diversity of the lines is ~caused 7 1, 14 | it is that this kind of ~diversity and multitude cannot be 8 1, 14 | false; both because ~the diversity in the parts of a sentence 9 1, 14 | parts of a sentence causes a diversity of ~enunciations; and because 10 1, 20 | meaning objects from the diversity of which God may be ~said 11 1, 23 | beginning, and according to the diversity of their ~works different 12 1, 23 | earth, that there might be a diversity of ~species in things of 13 1, 27 | But in God there is no diversity; but supreme simplicity. ~ 14 1, 27 | proceeds, without any kind of diversity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 15 1, 27 | operations derive unity and diversity from ~their terms. But procession 16 1, 28 | creature proceeds from God in diversity of nature, ~God is outside 17 1, 29 | is opposed ~thereto; as diversity, and similitude, and the 18 1, 31 | a relative term implying diversity of substance. If, then, 19 1, 31 | we do not mean to imply diversity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 20 1, 31 | substance between them, nor any diversity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 21 1, 31 | shun the use of the terms ~diversity and difference in God, lest 22 1, 31 | whenever we find terms of "diversity" or "difference" ~of Persons 23 1, 31 | authentic work, these terms of "diversity" or ~"difference" are taken 24 1, 31 | hypostasis or person. ~But diversity requires a distinct substance 25 1, 33 | term "cause" seems to mean diversity of substance, and ~dependence 26 1, 33 | distinguished from each other by diversity of ~nature.~Aquin.: SMT 27 1, 43 | although neither separation nor diversity exists amongst Them.~Aquin.: 28 1, 47 | universe, which consists of the diversity of things, would thus be 29 1, 47 | angels according to the ~diversity of merits. And those who 30 1, 47 | bodies according to the diversity of their sin; and he said 31 1, 47 | cause of the creation and diversity of bodies. But according 32 1, 50 | incorporeal, but according to the diversity ~of their powers; and such 33 1, 50 | of their powers; and such diversity of matter causes diversity 34 1, 50 | diversity of matter causes diversity not merely ~of species, 35 1, 54 | act, then according to the diversity ~of acts must be the diversity 36 1, 54 | diversity ~of acts must be the diversity of powers; and on this account 37 1, 59 | sense according to the ~diversity of the objects known; for 38 1, 59 | as such. Consequently the diversity ~derived from the notion 39 1, 59 | good. Nevertheless, ~the diversity of their aspects is sufficient 40 1, 59 | faculties according to the ~diversity of the particular things 41 1, 62 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Diversity of natural gifts is in one 42 1, 65 | without injustice, since no diversity of ~merit is presupposed.~ 43 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, diversity of effects shows diversity 44 1, 65 | diversity of effects shows diversity of causes, since ~like always 45 1, 65 | by God, there would be no diversity ~in creatures, for one would 46 1, 68 | point there seems to be a diversity of opinion ~between Basil 47 1, 70 | life. Nor was there less ~diversity of opinion among the Doctors 48 1, 70 | this question, where such diversity of opinion ~exists, we shall 49 1, 74 | greatly to differ, if the ~diversity of opinion existing on two 50 1, 75 | form necessarily imply ~a diversity of "genus."~Aquin.: SMT 51 1, 75 | matter, as appears from the diversity of the things ~received 52 1, 75 | substances there cannot be diversity of ~number without diversity 53 1, 75 | diversity of ~number without diversity of species and inequality 54 1, 75 | necessarily among them a diversity of species. For a ~separate 55 1, 75 | this or that subject. But diversity of species is always accompanied 56 1, 75 | always accompanied with ~a diversity of nature; thus in species 57 1, 76 | stone, notwithstanding the ~diversity of phantasms. Therefore, 58 1, 76 | intellect for all ~men, the diversity of phantasms which are in 59 1, 76 | that one would ~not cause a diversity of intellectual operation 60 1, 76 | We must not consider the diversity of natural things as ~proceeding 61 1, 77 | order; or again if there be diversity of recipients. Thus, from ~ 62 1, 77 | and also by reason of the diversity of ~the corporeal organs.~ 63 1, 43 | although neither separation nor diversity exists amongst Them.~Aquin.: 64 1, 48 | universe, which consists of the diversity of things, would thus be 65 1, 48 | angels according to the ~diversity of merits. And those who 66 1, 48 | bodies according to the diversity of their sin; and he said 67 1, 48 | cause of the creation and diversity of bodies. But according 68 1, 51 | incorporeal, but according to the diversity ~of their powers; and such 69 1, 51 | of their powers; and such diversity of matter causes diversity 70 1, 51 | diversity of matter causes diversity not merely ~of species, 71 1, 55 | act, then according to the diversity ~of acts must be the diversity 72 1, 55 | diversity ~of acts must be the diversity of powers; and on this account 73 1, 60 | sense according to the ~diversity of the objects known; for 74 1, 60 | as such. Consequently the diversity ~derived from the notion 75 1, 60 | good. Nevertheless, ~the diversity of their aspects is sufficient 76 1, 60 | faculties according to the ~diversity of the particular things 77 1, 63 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Diversity of natural gifts is in one 78 1, 66 | without injustice, since no diversity of ~merit is presupposed.~ 79 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, diversity of effects shows diversity 80 1, 66 | diversity of effects shows diversity of causes, since ~like always 81 1, 66 | by God, there would be no diversity ~in creatures, for one would 82 1, 69 | point there seems to be a diversity of opinion ~between Basil 83 1, 71 | life. Nor was there less ~diversity of opinion among the Doctors 84 1, 71 | this question, where such diversity of opinion ~exists, we shall 85 1, 73 | greatly to differ, if the ~diversity of opinion existing on two 86 1, 74 | form necessarily imply ~a diversity of "genus."~Aquin.: SMT 87 1, 74 | matter, as appears from the diversity of the things ~received 88 1, 74 | substances there cannot be diversity of ~number without diversity 89 1, 74 | diversity of ~number without diversity of species and inequality 90 1, 74 | necessarily among them a diversity of species. For a ~separate 91 1, 74 | this or that subject. But diversity of species is always accompanied 92 1, 74 | always accompanied with ~a diversity of nature; thus in species 93 1, 75 | stone, notwithstanding the ~diversity of phantasms. Therefore, 94 1, 75 | intellect for all ~men, the diversity of phantasms which are in 95 1, 75 | that one would ~not cause a diversity of intellectual operation 96 1, 75 | We must not consider the diversity of natural things as ~proceeding 97 1, 76 | order; or again if there be diversity of recipients. Thus, from ~ 98 1, 76 | and also by reason of the diversity of ~the corporeal organs.~ 99 1, 77 | living. The reason of this diversity lies in the various souls 100 1, 77 | De Anima ii, 6). Now ~the diversity of objects, as such, diversifies 101 1, 77 | sense, and according to the diversity ~of that exterior cause 102 1, 79 | suitable or good. Now, ~it is diversity of aspect in the objects, 103 1, 79 | objects, and not material diversity, ~which demands a diversity 104 1, 79 | diversity, ~which demands a diversity of powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP 105 1, 83 | things. The reason of this diversity is that the lower power ~ 106 1, 88 | intelligent soul; not by diversity of species.~Aquin.: SMT 107 1, 92 | Himself. But it ~is clear that diversity of objects diversifies the 108 1, 93 | two ~ways. First, from a diversity of mode in its natural existence; 109 1, 95 | generation depends upon diversity of sex: and likewise as 110 1, 98 | of the universe, so also diversity of sex ~belongs to the perfection 111 1, 102 | of movements is caused by diversity of ~things moved, which 112 1, 102 | of ~things moved, which diversity is essential to the perfection 113 1, 102 | 48], A[2]), and not by a diversity of ~governors.~Aquin.: SMT 114 1, 103 | zodiac, is the cause of ~diversity owing to generation and 115 1, 104 | is miraculous?~(8) Of the diversity of miracles.~Aquin.: SMT 116 1, 107 | of a hierarchy ~requires diversity of orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP 117 1, 107 | A[2] Body Para. 2/3~This diversity of order arises from the 118 1, 107 | of order arises from the diversity of offices and ~actions, 119 1, 107 | and ~offices, and all this diversity is reduced to three - namely, 120 1, 107 | similitude we can reckon the diversity of ~grades or orders among 121 2, 7 | better or worse: and this diversity depends on circumstances, 122 2, 17 | OBJ 2: On account of the diversity of objects subject to the 123 2, 18 | same end, there is indeed a diversity of species on the part of 124 2, 19 | But according to the diversity of circumstances there may 125 2, 19 | circumstances there may be diversity of ~goodness and malice 126 2, 23 | as in the physical order, diversity of ~genus arises from diversity 127 2, 23 | diversity of ~genus arises from diversity in the potentiality of matter, 128 2, 23 | potentiality of matter, while ~diversity of species arises from diversity 129 2, 23 | diversity of species arises from diversity of form in the same matter; 130 2, 25 | concupiscible passions there is more diversity ~than in the passions of 131 2, 30 | differences of that good. Now the diversity of this object can arise ~ 132 2, 30 | of the object, or from a diversity in its active ~power. The 133 2, 30 | in its active ~power. The diversity, derived from the nature 134 2, 30 | active power causes a formal diversity of passions, in respect 135 2, 30 | apprehended ~good. Hence diversity of the active object follows 136 2, 30 | active object follows from diversity of ~apprehension: according 137 2, 31 | is an ~apprehended good, diversity of apprehension pertains, 138 2, 31 | pertains, in a way, to ~diversity of the object. And so delights 139 2, 35 | species; but ~according to the diversity of foreign matter to which 140 2, 41 | non-natural fear, by reason of the diversity of its ~object. For, as 141 2, 41 | are not derived from ~the diversity of objects, but from the 142 2, 41 | of objects, but from the diversity of effects, and for ~certain 143 2, 50 | remissness do not ~imply diversity on the part of the form 144 2, 50 | that there would be no ~diversity among the species of quality. 145 2, 52 | assigns the ~cause of this diversity to the fact that substance 146 2, 52 | further the reason of this diversity. ~For, as we have said, 147 2, 54 | subject ~there cannot be diversity of accidents; for the subject 148 2, 54 | Even as in natural things, diversity of species is ~according 149 2, 54 | according to the form, and diversity of genus, according to matter, 150 2, 54 | genera): so, too, generic diversity of objects entails a ~difference 151 2, 54 | different habits. Therefore diversity of habits does not follow ~ 152 2, 54 | habits does not follow ~diversity of objects.~Aquin.: SMT 153 2, 54 | species according to the diversity of ~their objects, as stated 154 2, 54 | distinguished according to the ~diversity of objects.~Aquin.: SMT 155 2, 54 | another in ~reference to the diversity of their active principles, 156 2, 54 | speculative matters. Consequently diversity of ends demands a diversity ~ 157 2, 54 | diversity of ends demands a diversity ~of virtues, even as diversity 158 2, 54 | diversity ~of virtues, even as diversity of active principles does. 159 2, 56 | be in two powers: since diversity of powers ~follows the generic 160 2, 56 | conditions of the objects, while diversity of habits ~follows the specific 161 2, 56 | and so wherever there is ~diversity of powers, there is diversity 162 2, 56 | diversity of powers, there is diversity of habits; but not vice 163 2, 57 | Q[77], A[3]). Therefore diversity of ~habits is taken, not 164 2, 57 | about certain works. But diversity of works ~does not make 165 2, 60 | good of the many. But this diversity does not cause diversity 166 2, 60 | diversity does not cause diversity among the ~moral virtues: 167 2, 60 | one man only. ~Therefore diversity of operations does not cause 168 2, 60 | operations does not cause a diversity of moral ~virtues.~Aquin.: 169 2, 60 | about various ~operations, diversity of moral virtues would needs 170 2, 60 | virtues would needs follow diversity of ~operations. But this 171 2, 60 | hand, neither does every diversity of passions necessarily ~ 172 2, 60 | necessarily ~suffice for a diversity of moral virtues. First, 173 2, 60 | of objects from causing diversity of passions, without causing ~ 174 2, 60 | passions, without causing ~diversity of virtues, as when one 175 2, 72 | specifically according to the diversity of their causes.~Aquin.: 176 2, 72 | but only in respect of diversity in the final cause, which ~ 177 2, 72 | difference: the first causes the diversity of species, and is not to 178 2, 72 | consequent to ~specific diversity; and though, in some cases, 179 2, 72 | consequent to ~specific diversity, yet, in others, it may 180 2, 72 | consequent to the specific ~diversity of crow and swan, and yet 181 2, 72 | difference constituting specific diversity. For what is accidental 182 2, 72 | consequent to ~the specific diversity of sins, but cannot constitute 183 2, 72 | sin is consequent to the ~diversity of that inordinateness which 184 2, 72 | objection considers the material diversity of sins. It ~must be observed, 185 2, 72 | specifically: ~secondly, when the diversity of species is derived from 186 2, 72 | species is derived from diversity of ~degree in generation 187 2, 72 | and "less" do not cause diversity of ~species, yet they are 188 2, 72 | as they are the result of diversity of form; thus we may say 189 2, 73 | sins must needs follow the diversity of those things to which ~ 190 2, 85 | term, ~in respect of which diversity of relation, it is diminished 191 2, 86 | varies according to ~the diversity of the interposed bodies.~ 192 2, 87 | equally in all, is due to the diversity of nature, which is left 193 2, 95 | affairs: and hence arises the diversity of positive laws among various ~ 194 2, 99 | are many in respect of the diversity of ~those things that are 195 2, 99 | precepts, according to the diversity of the ~things which it 196 2, 100 | specifically in respect of the ~diversity of actions or things coveted, 197 2, 106 | does not vary according to diversity ~of place, but according 198 2, 112 | the first cause of this ~diversity, since man prepares himself, 199 2, 112 | the first cause of this diversity is to be sought ~on the 200 2, 112 | same good. For there may be diversity of intensity and remissness, ~ 201 2, 4 | objection considers numerical diversity of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 202 2, 5 | this respect there is no diversity of faith among believers, 203 2, 10 | points of ~truth. Therefore diversity of errors does not make 204 2, 10 | of errors does not make a diversity of species ~of unbelief: 205 2, 10 | opposed to one ~virtue. The diversity of the vices that are opposed 206 2, 10 | the virtue. ~Secondly, the diversity of vices opposed to one 207 2, 12 | and negation. For ~this diversity does not cause distinct 208 2, 18 | of different ~goods. This diversity causes a specific diversity 209 2, 18 | diversity causes a specific diversity of sins, all of which ~alike 210 2, 22 | of all, in respect of a diversity of end, and in ~this way 211 2, 23 | distinction of habits follows diversity of objects, while numeric ~ 212 2, 25 | Therefore ~the specific diversity of the love which is in 213 2, 48 | and in respect of such diversity one act of virtue is ~principal 214 2, 51 | prudence, does not constitute a diversity of species, ~except in so 215 2, 56 | and not merely a rational diversity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 216 2, 59 | justice, depends on the diversity of things.~Aquin.: SMT SS 217 2, 59 | in ~so far as it causes a diversity of things.~Aquin.: SMT SS 218 2, 59 | both kinds ~of justice. Diversity of matter causes diversity 219 2, 59 | Diversity of matter causes diversity of virtue, as in the ~case 220 2, 59 | difference, there ought to be no diversity of ~matter. Now the Philosopher ( 221 2, 61 | causes, in that case, a diversity ~of things, as stated above ( 222 2, 90 | Q[72], A[9]), not every diversity of corrupt ~circumstances 223 2, 93 | Now it is evident that diversity of ~principles diversifies 224 2, 97 | sacred things. Material diversity does not differentiate ~ 225 2, 97 | aforesaid: wherefore the diversity of sacred things is not 226 2, 118 | are innumerable in their diversity, it was ~not possible to 227 2, 146 | distinguished according to diversity of circumstance. ~Now circumstances, 228 2, 146 | consequently corresponding to its diversity there are two capital vices, ~ 229 2, 152 | the ~unnatural vice." For diversity of matter does not diversify 230 2, 152 | division is made with regard to diversity of matter, ~according as 231 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 1: The aforesaid diversity of matter is connected with 232 2, 154 | to ~the body. For sexual diversity comes not from the soul 233 2, 154 | from the body. ~Now sexual diversity causes diversity of incontinence: 234 2, 154 | sexual diversity causes diversity of incontinence: for the ~ 235 2, 169 | doctors": and this pertains to diversity of ministries, of ~which 236 2, 171 | visions results, not from a diversity of intellectual ~light, 237 2, 171 | prophetic vision, but from a diversity of ~species, whence similitudes 238 2, 173 | Para. 3/4 ~Here we find a diversity of opinions. For some say 239 2, 174 | in order that, as the ~diversity of tongues was brought upon 240 2, 174 | one God a remedy to this diversity might be applied by the ~ 241 2, 181 | states and duties?~(3) Of the diversity of duties;~(4) Of the diversity 242 2, 181 | diversity of duties;~(4) Of the diversity of states.~Aquin.: SMT SS 243 2, 181 | necessary in the Church. For a diversity of actions ~requires a diversity 244 2, 181 | diversity of actions ~requires a diversity of men appointed to them, 245 2, 181 | Reply OBJ 1: The material diversity of human acts is infinite. 246 2, 181 | differ, but by their formal diversity which results from ~diverse 247 2, 181 | thing absolutely: wherefore ~diversity of acts which are becoming 248 2, 184 | orders rather than to the diversity of states, as ~stated above ( 249 2, 186 | order. For there ~can be no diversity in that which is possessed 250 2, 186 | Now it would seem that a diversity of religious orders ~might 251 2, 186 | orders ~according to the diversity of practices; thus in one 252 2, 186 | vows is compatible with ~diversity of religious life, both 253 3, 2 | creatures we do not signify diversity of suppositum, but only ~ 254 3, 2 | of suppositum, but only ~diversity of accidental forms, so 255 3, 2 | another thing, we do not imply diversity of suppositum or ~hypostasis, 256 3, 2 | suppositum or ~hypostasis, but diversity of nature. Hence Gregory 257 3, 6 | excels ~our soul "not by diversity of genus, but by sublimity 258 3, 6 | the soul, would bespeak a ~diversity of nature.~Aquin.: SMT TP 259 3, 17 | inasmuch ~as it refers to a diversity of substance, properly refers 260 3, 17 | OBJ 7: Otherwise implies diversity of accident. Hence diversity 261 3, 17 | diversity of accident. Hence diversity of ~accident suffices for 262 3, 17 | another thing" implies diversity of substance. Now not merely 263 3, 17 | Metaph. v, text. 15. Hence diversity of nature does not suffice 264 3, 17 | simply, unless there is diversity ~of suppositum. But diversity 265 3, 17 | diversity ~of suppositum. But diversity of nature makes "another 266 3, 17 | in nature, if there is no diversity of suppositum.~Aquin.: SMT 267 3, 18 | will as reason." But this diversity of acts does not ~diversify 268 3, 18 | regards the same. For if the diversity exists as regards ~diverse 269 3, 18 | necessary, first, that the diversity of wills should regard the 270 3, 18 | the will arising from a diversity of motives, ~as when anyone, 271 3, 19 | species. Hence from the diversity of forms or natures spring ~ 272 3, 19 | some who called this a diversity of things operated rather 273 3, 19 | objects. Hence in this way the diversity of operations corresponds 274 3, 19 | not wish to exclude this diversity of operations from Christ' 275 3, 19 | that which springs from a diversity of time, but only that which ~ 276 3, 20 | may be understood of the diversity of natures in the one ~person 277 3, 20 | human nature, and not by a diversity of supposita.~ 278 3, 35 | diversified ~according to the diversity of its termini, as the Philosopher 279 3, 66 | Baptism. And consequently such diversity does ~not destroy the oneness 280 3, 69 | one form), but from the diversity of bodies. But it ~is otherwise 281 3, 75 | would exist together; for diversity of reason does not ~change 282 3, 77 | same numerically, as the diversity of the ~accidents shows: 283 Suppl, 29| destroyed by reason of ~a diversity of matter or form in the 284 Suppl, 29| and in this sacrament, the diversity ~of matter and form does 285 Suppl, 37| differentiated ~according to the diversity of acts, even as powers 286 Suppl, 44| hand we may find unity and diversity of relation. Since then 287 Suppl, 44| subject there is numerical diversity. The fact ~of this relation 288 Suppl, 44| of this relation having a diversity of subjects is signified 289 Suppl, 55| consanguinity, ~requires diversity of subjects, as likeness 290 Suppl, 55| arises from ~consanguinity in diversity of species, as from an equivocal 291 Suppl, 69| punishments according to the diversity of their ~guilt, so that 292 Suppl, 69| 7 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: Diversity of degrees in punishments 293 Suppl, 69| and it is according to the diversity of state that ~we distinguish 294 Suppl, 70| agent and patient. Now the diversity of spiritual and corporeal 295 Suppl, 76| accidental ~properties, diversity on their part cannot prevent 296 Suppl, 78| men. ~Moreover, this same diversity is becoming to the perfection 297 Suppl, 90| distinguished according ~to the diversity of works and not according 298 Suppl, 90| and not according to the diversity of charity.~Aquin.: SMT 299 Suppl, 90| with God. ~Therefore the diversity of beatitude will be according 300 Suppl, 90| A[3], ad 1]. Hence the diversity of merit ~is all traced 301 Suppl, 90| merit ~is all traced to the diversity of charity, and thus the 302 Suppl, 90| consequently according to its ~diversity is the diversity of rewards. 303 Suppl, 90| to its ~diversity is the diversity of rewards. This does not


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