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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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signification

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1 1, 1 | words have themselves also a signification. Therefore ~that first signification 2 1, 1 | signification. Therefore ~that first signification whereby words signify things 3 1, 1 | historical or literal. That signification whereby things ~signified 4 1, 1 | words have themselves also a signification is called the ~spiritual 5 1, 2 | part. But as soon as the signification of ~the word "God" is understood, 6 1, 13 | like, and their mode of signification. As regards what is signified ~ 7 1, 13 | as regards ~their mode of signification, they do not properly and 8 1, 13 | God; for their mode of signification applies to creatures.~Aquin.: 9 1, 13 | perfection is part of the very ~signification of the name itself as "stone" 10 1, 13 | participation being part of their signification ~as the words "being," " 11 1, 13 | the ~ordinary sense of its signification, but in a more eminent way. 12 1, 13 | as regards their ~mode of signification; whereas those which are 13 1, 13 | incomprehended, and as exceeding the signification of ~the name. Hence it is 14 1, 13 | that ~applied to God the signification of names can be defined 15 1, 13 | Hence they ~have a mode of signification which belongs to creatures, 16 1, 13 | knowable object in its mode of signification exists ~before science, 17 1, 13 | creature, still ~because the signification of Lord includes the idea 18 1, 13 | which is the ~source of the signification of the name "God."~Aquin.: 19 1, 13 | the sense that its whole ~signification can be given to many; by 20 1, 13 | according to some part of the signification of the name. For instance ~ 21 1, 13 | communicable, not in its whole signification, but in some part of it 22 1, 13 | opinion. For where a diverse ~signification exists, there is no contradiction 23 1, 13 | terms a ~word taken in one signification must be placed in the definition 24 1, 13 | of the name, but on the signification: for this name "man," ~of 25 1, 13 | 4~First, because of its signification. For it does not signify 26 1, 13 | as regards ~the mode of signification and consignification, as 27 1, 13 | according to its mode of signification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 28 1, 14 | must be separated in its ~signification from anything that belongs 29 1, 16 | from the divine ~mind the signification that Socrates does sit; 30 1, 16 | sit; and it has the same ~signification even though he does not 31 1, 16 | and with the truth of ~signification, in so far as it signifies 32 1, 18 | the essence itself, the signification of which is ~their principal 33 1, 29 | involves four points: ~(1) The signification of this word "person"; ( 34 1, 29 | person," by force of its own signification, expresses ~the divine essence 35 1, 29 | Thus we can say that this signification of the word ~"person" was 36 1, 29 | it lent itself to that ~signification, so that this word "person" 37 1, 29 | force of its own ~proper signification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 38 1, 29 | relation is contained in the signification ~of divine person, but not 39 1, 30 | reason of the equivocal signification of the term.~Aquin.: SMT 40 1, 30 | context. Still, ~the very signification of such names adds a negation 41 1, 30 | these terms express this signification alone. For blackness ~is 42 1, 32 | is ~against their mode of signification. Hence we cannot say that 43 1, 33 | not as regards the mode of signification. Hence also ~the Apostle 44 1, 33 | perfectly contained ~its whole signification, before it is applied to 45 1, 33 | answers perfectly to the signification of the ~name; since all 46 1, 34 | vocal sound itself, and the signification of the sound. For, ~according 47 1, 34 | sound proceeds from the ~signification or the imagination, as stated 48 1, 34 | vocal sound, which has no signification cannot be called a word: ~ 49 1, 36 | Secondly, from the proper signification of the name. For the name ~ 50 1, 39 | according to our mode of signification. Now in ~creatures we say 51 1, 39 | nevertheless the mode of signification is different. For the name " 52 1, 39 | the ~predicate, as to its signification; but only as to the sense 53 1, 39 | ourselves, ~the mode of signification must be considered no less 54 1, 39 | God," from its mode ~of signification, can, in its proper sense, 55 1, 39 | but also the mode of its signification as ~above stated (A[4]). 56 1, 39 | nevertheless the mode of signification is not in each case the 57 1, 39 | possesses ~it, from its mode of signification it can of its own nature 58 1, 39 | however, in its mode of signification, cannot stand for ~Person, 59 1, 39 | their different mode of signification, we ~must speak in a different 60 1, 39 | the Father, its mode of signification being different. ~This objection 61 1, 40 | thus owing to the mode of signification of the ~relations, which 62 1, 40 | but also in the mode of signification; as the form ~exists in 63 1, 40 | And so their mode of ~signification is against notional participles 64 1, 40 | they differ in the mode of signification; for "origin" is signified 65 1, 40 | as regards the mode of ~signification there is a certain likeness 66 1, 40 | God an active and passive signification - active, as ~generation 67 1, 41 | persons ~only in their mode of signification; and in reality are altogether 68 1, 41 | differing only in their mode of ~signification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 69 1, 43 | eternal and a temporal ~signification: for the Son may proceed 70 1, 43 | the sender, includes the ~signification of a notion, not of a special 71 1, 45 | But because the mode of signification follows the mode of ~understanding 72 1, 48 | such was its original signification, being ~derived from "poena." 73 1, 39 | according to our mode of signification. Now in ~creatures we say 74 1, 39 | nevertheless the mode of signification is different. For the name " 75 1, 39 | the ~predicate, as to its signification; but only as to the sense 76 1, 39 | ourselves, ~the mode of signification must be considered no less 77 1, 39 | God," from its mode ~of signification, can, in its proper sense, 78 1, 39 | but also the mode of its signification as ~above stated (A[4]). 79 1, 39 | nevertheless the mode of signification is not in each case the 80 1, 39 | possesses ~it, from its mode of signification it can of its own nature 81 1, 39 | however, in its mode of signification, cannot stand for ~Person, 82 1, 39 | their different mode of signification, we ~must speak in a different 83 1, 39 | the Father, its mode of signification being different. ~This objection 84 1, 40 | thus owing to the mode of signification of the ~relations, which 85 1, 40 | but also in the mode of signification; as the form ~exists in 86 1, 40 | And so their mode of ~signification is against notional participles 87 1, 40 | they differ in the mode of signification; for "origin" is signified 88 1, 40 | as regards the mode of ~signification there is a certain likeness 89 1, 40 | God an active and passive signification - active, as ~generation 90 1, 41 | persons ~only in their mode of signification; and in reality are altogether 91 1, 41 | differing only in their mode of ~signification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 92 1, 43 | eternal and a temporal ~signification: for the Son may proceed 93 1, 43 | the sender, includes the ~signification of a notion, not of a special 94 1, 46 | But because the mode of signification follows the mode of ~understanding 95 1, 49 | such was its original signification, being ~derived from "poena." 96 1, 91 | Secondly, for the sacramental ~signification; for from the side of Christ 97 1, 92 | of God, in its principal signification, namely ~the intellectual 98 1, 101 | Yet it had a spiritual signification; as the rock in the desert ~ 99 2, 26 | ways. For love has a wider ~signification than the others, since every 100 2, 55 | which is the ~original signification of the Latin 'virtus': thus 101 2, 64 | long as we consider their ~signification in things themselves, for 102 2, 67 | good; ~nor in its general signification. Because the object of hope 103 2, 67 | evident that, since the signification of the difference ~is confined 104 2, 77 | utterance to words of ~deep signification, of which, however, he is 105 2, 102 | of the Passover was its ~signification of the delivery from Egypt, 106 2, 102 | Para. 3/5~Another literal signification may be assigned. For the 107 2, 102 | is unclean in a certain ~signification. Thus if you speak of a 108 2, 102 | which it is composed: but in signification, the one is ~clean, the 109 2, 102 | divided hoof, is clean in signification. Because division of the 110 2, 102 | scales and fins are clean in ~signification. Because fins signify the 111 2, 42 | whole heart has a twofold ~signification. First, actually, so that 112 2, 53 | prudence in its absolute signification, so that a man ~place the 113 2, 55 | distorted from their original ~signification so as to mean something 114 2, 55 | another" has a twofold signification. First, it may denote ~something 115 2, 70 | but as signs, and this signification depends on ~the speaker' 116 2, 74 | rational creature ~by way of signification: and thus our Lord cursed 117 2, 74 | cursed the fig tree in ~signification of Judea. Thirdly, the irrational 118 2, 79 | denotes purity; and this signification fits in with the Greek, ~ 119 2, 79 | x). ~In either case the signification requires sanctity to be 120 2, 83 | sacrifices are ~offered in signification of something. Now words 121 2, 83 | animal killed, but by its signification, for it is done in honor 122 2, 84 | unclean on account of their signification, and it was forbidden ~to 123 2, 90 | from for the purpose of ~signification: whereas its meaning depends 124 2, 91 | deed: and it is in this signification by deed that the outward ~ 125 2, 92 | worship of God: and then its ~signification remains the same, to whomsoever 126 2, 92 | but for the purpose of signification, in order that ~belief in 127 2, 98 | it reach to the ~perfect signification of buying, both because 128 2, 108 | that ~"a lie is a false signification by words." Accordingly, 129 2, 108 | that "a lie is a ~false signification by words," the term "words" 130 2, 108 | by reason of its false ~signification. For if this be about divine 131 2, 108 | If, however, the false signification be about something the ~ 132 2, 109 | when the pretense has no signification, then it is ~a lie. When, 133 2, 109 | pretense refers to some signification, there is ~no lie, but a 134 2, 111 | Irony here must be given the signification of the Greek {eironia}, 135 2, 120 | precept ~in its allegorical signification, as representative of Christ' 136 2, 120 | seventh day: also in its moral signification, as ~representing cessation 137 2, 120 | precept in its analogical signification, as foreshadowing the enjoyment ~ 138 2, 135 | perseverance ~has a twofold signification. First, it denotes the habit 139 2, 139 | accordance with its common signification: ~and thus temperance is 140 2, 146 | not on account of their signification, but by ~reason of their 141 2, 153 | continence has a twofold ~signification. In one way it denotes cessation 142 2, 160 | as having a more general signification, as ~stated above.~Aquin.: 143 2, 169 | according to its proper ~signification; and it is in this sense 144 2, 173 | expression in a less proper signification.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[175] A[ 145 2, 177 | xiv in ~Ezech.]). Now this signification would not be fitting if 146 2, 187 | religious observances; ~and in signification of this it is stated (1 147 3, 3 | to the ~purpose of their signification, which is in relation to 148 3, 3 | order to judge of a word's signification or ~co-signification, we 149 3, 16 | from its very mode of ~signification, may stand for the Person 150 3, 16 | of its different mode of signification. But "lordly" is not ~predicated 151 3, 24 | But this is an improper signification of ~predestination. For 152 3, 31 | also be given the same ~signification as that given to the number 153 3, 36 | course. Nevertheless ~in its signification it has something in common 154 3, 39 | fulfil the purpose of its ~signification, and afterwards ceased to 155 3, 40 | nature, but only in some signification. And that certain foods 156 3, 40 | unclean" is due to some signification; whence ~Augustine says ( 157 3, 40 | good'; but by a certain signification lambs are clean and swine 158 3, 55 | when our pretense has some ~signification, it is not a lie, but a 159 3, 60 | a sacrament?~(6) Whether signification expressed by words is necessary 160 3, 60 | sacraments for the purpose ~of signification, as stated above (A[4]). 161 3, 60 | employed for the purpose of signification in this or that sacrament.~ 162 3, 60 | words are required for the signification of the sacraments?~Aquin.: 163 3, 60 | are not required for the signification of the ~sacraments. For 164 3, 60 | part of the sacramental ~signification. Now Augustine says (De 165 3, 60 | perfection of sacramental ~signification it was necessary to determine 166 3, 60 | necessary to determine the signification of the ~sensible things 167 3, 60 | thing, in ~so far as the signification of things is completed by 168 3, 60 | because they have a like ~signification with the things.~Aquin.: 169 3, 60 | are the principal means of signification, as stated above (A[6]). 170 3, 60 | used for the ~sacramental signification. So also among sensible 171 3, 60 | used for the sacramental signification which is most commonly employed ~ 172 3, 61 | sacraments are perfected in the signification of sensible things and ~ 173 3, 61 | extent spiritual, viz. in its signification and in its ~causality.~Aquin.: 174 3, 61 | law, and for the clearer signification of faith.~Aquin.: SMT TP 175 3, 64 | have ~their own natural signification. Nor can it be said that 176 3, 64 | institution to some special signification. This is ~what Hugh of St. 177 3, 64 | that "a sacrament ~owes its signification to its institution." Yet 178 3, 64 | than others for sacramental signification, not as though ~His choice 179 3, 64 | but in order that their signification ~be more suitable to them.~ 180 3, 65 | Matrimony at least in its signification, ~touches this sacrament; 181 3, 65 | Matrimony by reason of its ~signification. For there is no reason 182 3, 66 | because it is suitable for the signification of the mysteries ~of Christ, 183 3, 66 | merely for the purpose of signification, but also for the ~purpose 184 3, 66 | this is ~done to make the signification clearer.~Aquin.: SMT TP 185 3, 66 | instructed, or urged to seek the signification ~of such like sensible signs. 186 3, 72 | fire, refers to the same signification as oil: except in so far ~ 187 3, 72 | Which refers to the same signification as balm: except in so ~far 188 3, 74 | both on account ~of its signification, to which Gregory refers, 189 3, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: For the signification of this sacrament it suffices 190 3, 74 | no water were added, the signification would be utterly ~excluded: 191 3, 74 | would not suffice for the ~signification of this sacrament, but the 192 3, 75 | crucified, not merely in signification or figure, but also in very 193 3, 75 | merely according to mystical signification, but "spiritually," that 194 3, 75 | A[5]), suffice for its signification; because the nature of ~ 195 3, 78 | the same ~relation to the signification of the sacramental effect 196 3, 78 | that is, ~in virtue of its signification. And consequently the last 197 3, 78 | these words, by ~their signification, effect the change of the 198 3, 78 | simultaneously in time with the signification of the expression used; ~ 199 3, 78 | will be My ~body." But the signification of this speech is complete 200 3, 80 | Secondly, because of its signification. i.e. to ~give us to understand 201 3, 83 | is in keeping with the signification of this sacrament; both 202 3, 83 | is a twofold ~manner of signification in the sacraments, by words, 203 3, 83 | actions, in ~order that the signification may thus be more perfect. 204 3, 83 | Secondly, on ~account of its signification, because, as Dionysius says ( 205 3, 83 | hour, are represented; in signification of ~which we make once more 206 Suppl, 1 | Contrition as to the literal signification of the word, ~does not denote 207 Suppl, 2 | a ~penitent, by the very signification of the word, is one who 208 Suppl, 28| Secondly, on ~account of its signification; for it signifies the expulsion 209 Suppl, 29| suffices for a perfect ~signification, the unity of the sacrament 210 Suppl, 29| Confirmation. When, however, the signification of the ~sacrament can be 211 Suppl, 29| several. But when the perfect ~signification cannot be expressed except 212 Suppl, 29| Further, the efficacy and signification of the sacraments are in ~ 213 Suppl, 29| their very matter. But the signification of the effect of this sacrament, ~ 214 Suppl, 30| must be gathered from its signification. Now this ~sacrament is 215 Suppl, 39| only the thing, but the signification of the ~thing, is required 216 Suppl, 39| Wherefore ~there it is not the signification, but only the thing which 217 Suppl, 40| there is some ~interior signification corresponding thereto; so 218 Suppl, 40| is ~intended for the same signification as the ephod. ~Aquin.: SMT 219 Suppl, 42| that which belongs to the signification of a sacrament ~is necessary 220 Suppl, 42| intercourse belongs to the signification of matrimony, as ~stated 221 Suppl, 42| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Signification of the thing contained is 222 Suppl, 42| intercourse belongs not to this signification, but to ~the thing not contained, 223 Suppl, 46| nor does ~it change their signification. Consequently, since it 224 Suppl, 46| future tense, by their very signification, not to make a marriage, ~ 225 Suppl, 49| whatever ~pertains to its signification.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 226 Suppl, 49| called "sacrament" from its signification of that particular sacred ~ 227 Suppl, 49| done on account of some signification. ~Consequently there are 228 Suppl, 53| another man, because the signification of marriage would not be ~ 229 Suppl, 59| fornications by a ~more remote signification.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 230 Suppl, 62| marriage ceases to have its signification when the body of one spouse 231 Suppl, 63| it lacks the honor of the signification which is in ~a first marriage, 232 Suppl, 63| sacramenti," i.e. defect of signification; Cf. A[2], OBJ[3]]. Hence 233 Suppl, 63| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, signification is essential to a sacrament. 234 Suppl, 63| to a sacrament. But the ~signification of marriage is not preserved 235 Suppl, 63| because it has not its ~full signification, since there is not a union 236 Suppl, 63| nevertheless. Because the signification is preserved to a certain 237 Suppl, 63| Reply OBJ 3: The perfect signification is found in a second marriage ~ 238 Suppl, 65| between believers, namely the ~signification of Christ and the Church: 239 Suppl, 65| marriage good, and than the signification which pertains to ~the sacrament, 240 Suppl, 65| the sacrament, since the signification is subordinate to the knowledge 241 Suppl, 65| married to him, which is the ~signification of a concubine.~Aquin.: 242 Suppl, 66| sacrament when the entire signification of the sacrament is ~not 243 Suppl, 66| Therefore the ~perfect signification of the sacrament requires 244 Suppl, 66| wholly ~inconsistent with the signification of the sacrament, so that 245 Suppl, 66| not ~entirely destroy the signification of the sacrament, nor does 246 Suppl, 66| it ~destroys the perfect signification of the sacrament: which 247 Suppl, 66| of the sacrament: which signification ~is seated both in the union 248 Suppl, 66| marriage lacked its perfect signification. Nevertheless if, by ~the 249 Suppl, 66| the sin but of imperfect signification.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 250 Suppl, 66| sacrament loses ~nothing of its signification if the bridegroom previously 251 Suppl, 66| question of sin, but of signification only.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] 252 Suppl, 66| not irregular, since the signification which is essential to ~a 253 Suppl, 66| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Not every signification is essential to a sacrament, 254 Suppl, 67| directly ~incompatible with the signification of the sacrament than with 255 Suppl, 69| to give an unfavorable ~signification to Abraham's bosom and the 256 Suppl, 70| memory ~has a twofold signification. Sometimes it means a power 257 Suppl, 70| the like, have a twofold ~signification. Sometimes they denote passions 258 Suppl, 74| in Egypt were ~in their signification prophetic of these persecutions, 259 Suppl, 85| 2:2) disclaims the false signification ~which some had given to 260 Suppl, 92| Wherefore since by its primary signification ~a dowry refers to carnal 261 Suppl, 92| likeness to its ~principal signification. Consequently others say 262 Suppl, 92| difficulty ~remains how this signification can be adapted to the case 263 Suppl, 93| end: and according to this signification we ~are said to enjoy [frui] 264 Suppl, 93| imperfectly on the ~way. From this signification we have fruition which is 265 Suppl, 93| the aureole in its proper signification of a reward due ~to merit - 266 Suppl, 93| aureole even in its ~proper signification, and that a most transcendent


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