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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | included in sacred doctrine differs in kind from that theology 2 1, 3 | the existence of a thing differs from its essence, ~this 3 1, 3 | that thing, whose existence differs from its essence, must have ~ 4 1, 3 | because at least its existence differs from its essence, as ~will 5 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~Whether goodness differs really from being?~Aquin.: 6 1, 5 | It seems that goodness differs really from being. For Boethius ~ 7 1, 5 | Causis. ~Therefore goodness differs really from being. ~Aquin.: 8 1, 5 | less. Therefore goodness differs really from being.~Aquin.: 9 1, 10 | alone?~(4) Whether eternity differs from time?~(5) The difference 10 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~Whether eternity differs from time?~Aquin.: SMT FP 11 1, 10 | whole course of time, but it differs in aspect; for inasmuch 12 1, 10 | subject in all time, but differs in ~aspect a being here 13 1, 10 | answer that, Aeviternity differs from time, and from eternity, 14 1, 12 | declared by the ~Apostle: "Star differs from star in glory" (1 Cor. 15 1, 12 | knowledge of a man in himself differs from the ~knowledge of him 16 1, 13 | of our life, or that He differs from inanimate bodies.~Aquin.: 17 1, 14 | divine intellect, as it differs in our ~intellect when it 18 1, 14 | the practical intellect differs in its ~end from the speculative," 19 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 2: Reprobation differs in its causality from predestination. ~ 20 1, 27 | everything which proceeds differs from that whence it ~proceeds. 21 1, 28 | essence. Therefore essence differs from relation.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 28 | as His essence and only differs in its mode of intelligibility; 23 1, 29 | person. Therefore person differs ~from the others.~Aquin.: 24 1, 31 | in the second ~sense it differs from them, because in the 25 1, 31 | Father, it ~follows that He differs from the Father; which is 26 1, 31 | and universal. But the Son differs in "suppositum" ~from the 27 1, 47 | for the ~roof of a house differs from the foundation, not 28 1, 48 | morality; for ~a bad habit differs in species from a good habit, 29 1, 50 | same. Nevertheless, this ~differs in our mode of conception; 30 1, 54 | The action of anything differs more from its substance ~ 31 1, 54 | it, as an effect which ~differs from both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 32 1, 54 | every creature ~the essence differs from the existence, and 33 1, 56 | in his intellect, which differs from the angel whose image 34 1, 59 | Whether in the angels the will differs from the intellect?~Aquin.: 35 1, 59 | estimate in speculative matters differs from an angel's in this, ~ 36 1, 60 | common with another angel, or differs from ~him in other respects, 37 1, 61 | everything else the essence differs from the existence, as was 38 1, 64 | the angel's apprehension differs from man's in this respect, 39 1, 66 | brightness of glory which differs from mere ~natural brightness.~ 40 1, 67 | subject receives a quality differs as the mode differs in ~ 41 1, 67 | quality differs as the mode differs in ~which a subject receives 42 1, 69 | plants, Augustine's opinion differs from that of others. For 43 1, 71 | observed that Augustine differs from other writers ~in his 44 1, 71 | fishes and birds, as he differs ~about the production of 45 1, 74 | of the earth, whereas man differs more from other animals 46 1, 74 | to the last three days, differs as to the first ~three, 47 1, 74 | this question Augustine differs from other expositors. ~ 48 1, 76 | that the substantial ~form differs from the accidental form 49 1, 77 | for the act of heating differs from the act of ~cooling, 50 1, 48 | for the ~roof of a house differs from the foundation, not 51 1, 49 | morality; for ~a bad habit differs in species from a good habit, 52 1, 51 | same. Nevertheless, this ~differs in our mode of conception; 53 1, 55 | The action of anything differs more from its substance ~ 54 1, 55 | it, as an effect which ~differs from both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 55 1, 55 | every creature ~the essence differs from the existence, and 56 1, 57 | in his intellect, which differs from the angel whose image 57 1, 60 | Whether in the angels the will differs from the intellect?~Aquin.: 58 1, 60 | estimate in speculative matters differs from an angel's in this, ~ 59 1, 61 | common with another angel, or differs from ~him in other respects, 60 1, 62 | everything else the essence differs from the existence, as was 61 1, 65 | the angel's apprehension differs from man's in this respect, 62 1, 67 | brightness of glory which differs from mere ~natural brightness.~ 63 1, 68 | subject receives a quality differs as the mode differs in ~ 64 1, 68 | quality differs as the mode differs in ~which a subject receives 65 1, 70 | plants, Augustine's opinion differs from that of others. For 66 1, 71 | observed that Augustine differs from other writers ~in his 67 1, 71 | fishes and birds, as he differs ~about the production of 68 1, 73 | of the earth, whereas man differs more from other animals 69 1, 73 | to the last three days, differs as to the first ~three, 70 1, 73 | this question Augustine differs from other expositors. ~ 71 1, 75 | that the substantial ~form differs from the accidental form 72 1, 76 | for the act of heating differs from the act of ~cooling, 73 1, 78 | part. But the estimative differs from the ~imaginative, as 74 1, 78 | the speculative intellect differs from the practical.~Aquin.: 75 1, 78 | that "the speculative differs from ~the practical in its 76 1, 84 | composition of the intellect differs from composition of ~things; 77 1, 86 | i.e. ~to know how it differs from other things; which 78 1, 86 | knowing faculty. But the act differs ~from the object. Therefore 79 1, 89 | Reply OBJ 3: That which differs, properly speaking, differs 80 1, 89 | differs, properly speaking, differs in ~something; wherefore 81 1, 95 | the reason that a slave ~differs from a free man in that 82 1, 96 | the immortality of glory differs ~from the immortality which 83 2, 1 | proper to man as man. Now man differs from irrational ~animals 84 2, 9 | who held ~that intellect differs not from sense, the theory 85 2, 17 | the command; for the will ~differs from the intellect, to which 86 2, 17 | that the sensitive appetite differs from the ~intellective appetite, 87 2, 23 | species or nature, as fire differs from ~water; secondly, from 88 2, 26 | of both. Wherefore love differs according to the difference ~ 89 2, 30 | the end or of the good, differs ~according as it is really 90 2, 31 | to time?~(3) Whether it differs from joy?~(4) Whether it 91 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~Whether delight differs from joy?~Aquin.: SMT FS 92 2, 31 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if joy differs from delight, it seems that 93 2, 40 | concupiscible. Therefore hope differs specifically from desire ~ 94 2, 40 | in ~this respect, hope differs from fear, which regards 95 2, 40 | possessed: in this respect, hope differs from joy which regards a 96 2, 40 | time: in this respect, hope differs from desire or ~cupidity, 97 2, 40 | in this ~respect, hope differs from despair. It is therefore 98 2, 40 | therefore evident that hope ~differs from desire, as the irascible 99 2, 40 | to get. Consequently hope differs from ~despair according 100 2, 48 | fervor arising from heat differs according as it is to ~be 101 2, 57 | Where the nature of virtue differs, there is a different ~kind 102 2, 58 | 2) Whether moral virtue differs from intellectual virtue?~( 103 2, 58 | 1/1~Whether moral virtue differs from intellectual virtue?~ 104 2, 58 | moral virtue. And so moral differs from intellectual virtue, 105 2, 58 | virtue, even as the ~appetite differs from the reason. Hence just 106 2, 60 | and the nature of a debt differs ~according as it arises 107 2, 60 | wherefore common right differs from private right; and 108 2, 67 | apprehension ~of the present life differs from the apprehension of 109 2, 70 | simply: ~hence it nowise differs from future beatitude. On 110 2, 72 | evil, being a privation, differs specifically according ~ 111 2, 74 | act ~of inward thought, differs in goodness and malice from 112 2, 74 | much as the inward thought differs from the outward deed; ~ 113 2, 76 | I answer that, Ignorance differs from nescience, in that 114 2, 84 | of every sin, and that it differs from covetousness, because 115 2, 87 | Now eternal punishment differs infinitely from temporal ~ 116 2, 87 | whereas no sin, apparently, differs infinitely from another, ~ 117 2, 87 | the end: and the last end differs infinitely from the things 118 2, 88 | committed through malice differs from ~sin committed through 119 2, 88 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Venial differs from mortal as imperfect 120 2, 88 | perfect, even ~as a boy differs from a man. But the boy 121 2, 89 | mind or ~intellect, but he differs in his mode of understanding, 122 2, 100 | coveting: for covetousness differs specifically in respect 123 2, 105 | a master over his slave differs from ~that of the father 124 2, 110 | quality?~(3) Whether grace differs from infused virtue?~(4) 125 2, 110 | 56], A[1]). But if grace differs from virtue, it ~cannot 126 2, 110 | species. Hence the soul differs specifically ~in its essence 127 2, 4 | is one specifically, but differs numerically ~according to 128 2, 8 | virtue of understanding differs from ~the other intellectual 129 2, 8 | the gift of understanding differs from ~the gifts of knowledge 130 2, 8 | knowledge; and that it differs from the gift of wisdom, 131 2, 10 | not the use of reason, he differs ~not from an irrational 132 2, 14 | OBJ 2: Further, punishment differs from guilt. But blindness 133 2, 18 | relation of son to father differs from that of wife ~to husband, 134 2, 18 | which servile fear shrinks, differs ~specifically from evil 135 2, 18 | 1/1~Whether initial fear differs substantially from filial 136 2, 18 | would seem that initial fear differs substantially from filial ~ 137 2, 18 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, a mean differs in the same ratio from both 138 2, 18 | filial fear. Therefore ~it differs from both filial and servile 139 2, 18 | perfect being, while it differs ~altogether from non-being.~ 140 2, 25 | between lover and lover differs specifically from the friendship 141 2, 26 | Now this act of the will differs from ~actual love, considered 142 2, 26 | intellective appetite, also differs from ~goodwill, because 143 2, 34 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Envy differs from zeal, as stated above. 144 2, 39 | with strife." Now folly differs from anger, for it is ~opposed, 145 2, 40 | certain antagonism, and it ~differs from them in two points. 146 2, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Sedition differs from schism in two respects. 147 2, 43 | gift of the Holy Ghost, ~differs from that which is an acquired 148 2, 43 | 3:15). In like manner it differs from faith, since ~faith 149 2, 44 | remains unmoved." And folly differs from ~fatuity, according 150 2, 45 | is justice. But ~prudence differs from justice. Therefore 151 2, 45 | ruler and of the subject differs specifically, even as the 152 2, 47 | in ~idea. Hence caution differs from foresight, although 153 2, 50 | of that which is moved, differs while it ~is being moved 154 2, 56 | same as ~all virtue, but differs therefrom logically: and 155 2, 56 | aspect of the "common" good differs ~from the aspect of the " 156 2, 56 | as the aspect of "whole" ~differs from that of "part." Wherefore 157 2, 56 | Philosopher ~(Polit. i, 2), differs in respect of a threefold 158 2, 59 | of distributive justice differs from that ~of commutative 159 2, 64 | sinful aspect of robbery ~differs from that of theft: and 160 2, 71 | evident that backbiting differs from reviling in two points: ~ 161 2, 72 | ill of another; yet he differs from a backbiter since he 162 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 2: An informer differs from a tale-bearer and a 163 2, 73 | jest. ~Therefore derision differs from all of them.~Aquin.: 164 2, 73 | reviling, as being shamed differs from being dishonored: for ~ 165 2, 73 | vices as to the matter but differs as to the end.~Aquin.: SMT 166 2, 74 | from a murderer, but he differs ~from him in so far as the 167 2, 79 | acts to God: so that it differs from religion not essentially 168 2, 79 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Sanctity differs from religion as explained 169 2, 80 | service of a temporal master differs from the ~service of God.~ 170 2, 82 | which belongs to latria, differs from the reverence which 171 2, 86 | Hence the publicity of a vow differs from its solemnization.~ 172 2, 90 | The etymology of a word differs from its meaning. For its ~ 173 2, 101 | the movement to ~the image differs specifically from the movement 174 2, 101 | somewhat to God: and yet this differs from the reverence that 175 2, 101 | OBJ 2: Further, the mean differs specifically from the extremes, 176 2, 101 | from the extremes, as pale ~differs from white and black. Now 177 2, 101 | likeness denoted by an image ~differs from the aspect conveyed 178 2, 107 | which we are speaking now differs from the ~truth of life, 179 2, 107 | way the truth of justice differs ~from the truth of life, 180 2, 116 | sin. Now the ~useful good differs in aspect from the delightful 181 2, 117 | First, because ~covetousness differs more from the opposite virtue: 182 2, 130 | glory due to God alone ~differs from the glory due to a 183 2, 131 | magnanimity, from which it differs as great and little differ 184 2, 134 | It seems that longanimity differs from patience, ~because 185 2, 135 | 137], A[5]): and ~patience differs from perseverance. Therefore 186 2, 139 | sometimes ~the end of the worker differs from the end of the work, 187 2, 140 | in so far as ~his nature differs from other animals." Now 188 2, 141 | is true that continence differs from virtue, just as ~imperfect 189 2, 141 | virtue, just as ~imperfect differs from perfect, as we shall 190 2, 143 | 1/1~Whether the honest differs from the useful and the 191 2, 143 | himself." Therefore the honest differs not ~from the useful.~Aquin.: 192 2, 143 | 6). Therefore the useful differs not from the honest.~Aquin.: 193 2, 143 | and the pleasant, but it differs from them in aspect. For, 194 2, 152 | the force employed in rape differs in another ~way, because 195 2, 152 | affinity." Now affinity ~differs from consanguinity. Therefore 196 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 2: Bestiality differs from vice, for the latter 197 2, 154 | 1/1~On the contrary, Man differs from beast chiefly as regards 198 2, 155 | with the law. Yet clemency ~differs from equity, as we shall 199 2, 156 | xlviii in Joan.) that "anger differs in no way from madness; 200 2, 157 | Para. 1/1~Whether cruelty differs from savagery or brutality?~ 201 2, 157 | would seem that cruelty differs not from savagery or ~brutality. 202 2, 157 | punishing: wherefore cruelty ~differs from savagery or brutality, 203 2, 157 | brutality, as human wickedness differs from ~bestiality, as stated 204 2, 158 | stated above (A[1]), modesty differs from temperance, ~in that 205 2, 159 | of fortitude to ~daring differs from that of humility to 206 2, 170 | foreknowledge of the future differs in two ways ~from the former, 207 2, 170 | in this way this prophecy differs from true prophecy.~Aquin.: 208 2, 171 | that prophetic knowledge differs from ~the perfect knowledge, 209 2, 173 | soul and body; and rapture differs from death. Seemingly therefore 210 2, 181 | the distinction of grades differs from that of ~states, as 211 2, 182 | far as the state of sin differs from the state of grace. 212 2, 182 | the state of perfection differs from the state of the ~beginners 213 2, 185 | the business of a monk differs from that of a cleric," 214 2, 186 | respect of that in which it differs therefrom, it ~follows that 215 3, 1 | any creature whatsoever differs ~from the Creator has been 216 3, 2 | the elements; ~for flesh differs in species from any of its 217 3, 2 | nature. And thus assumption differs logically both from ~union 218 3, 5 | irrational flesh, since our soul ~differs from an animal soul by the 219 3, 7 | heroic or godlike habit only differs from virtue ~commonly so 220 3, 7 | 9), the ~temperate man differs from the continent in this - 221 3, 18 | Ethic. ~iii, 2) choice differs from will in this, that 222 3, 22 | the ~same as theirs, but differs therefrom as truth from 223 3, 22 | a victim, and in this He differs from ~the sacrifices of 224 3, 31 | from a ~Virgin." But flesh differs from blood. Therefore Christ' 225 3, 61 | passurus' [going to ~suffer] differs from 'passus' [having suffered]." 226 3, 63 | species of quality, and thus ~differs from power which is in the 227 3, 67 | Baptism: and yet this form differs far more from ~the form 228 3, 69 | through observing a rite which differs from ~that prescribed by 229 3, 72 | in ~the text of the Summa differs slightly from the above, 230 3, 72 | over and above, then one differs in species from the other.~ 231 3, 75 | transmutation, and in ~some respect differs from both. For the order 232 3, 78 | answer that, This sacrament differs from the other sacraments 233 3, 78 | the form of this sacrament differs from the ~forms of the other 234 3, 87 | 3: Further, a venial sin differs from a mortal sin more than 235 Suppl, 1 | contrition. For ~contrition differs from attrition, as living 236 Suppl, 7 | which is in the sacraments differs somewhat ~from the grace 237 Suppl, 7 | grace of the sacraments differs from the grace ~of the virtues, 238 Suppl, 41| their moral species, which differs in respect of one ~circumstance, 239 Suppl, 44| things are tied together differs from their joining, as ~ 240 Suppl, 47| fears. Now the ~constant differs from the inconstant man 241 Suppl, 49| Sent. iv, D, 31); yet it differs from them in so far as ~ 242 Suppl, 49| contrary, The marriage act differs not from fornication except 243 Suppl, 51| Speaking simply, ignorance differs from error, because ~ignorance 244 Suppl, 51| impediment to the voluntary, it differs not whether we ~call it 245 Suppl, 55| is inordinate whereby it differs ~from marriage, and in this 246 Suppl, 56| spiritual ~relationship differs in kind from carnal. Wherefore 247 Suppl, 67| 2: Further, a concubine differs from a wife especially in 248 Suppl, 71| it would appear that it differs ~not whether they be performed 249 Suppl, 71| by means of a few, so it differs not whether He assists ~ 250 Suppl, 72| judgment." [*The entire text differs somewhat from St. Thomas' 251 Suppl, 76| the body in rising again ~differs, not in identity, but in 252 Suppl, 77| Para. 7/8~The third opinion differs somewhat from the second 253 Suppl, 77| respects ~agrees with it. It differs in that it maintains that 254 Suppl, 80| 2]), dimensive quantity differs from all other accidents ~ 255 Suppl, 82| clarity of glory, since this differs generically from the clarity 256 Suppl, 89| while the ~Divine essence differs from our intellect in essence 257 Suppl, 89| His nature; for His glory differs not from His nature." But 258 Suppl, 92| blessed?~(2) Whether a gift differs from beatitude?~(3) Whether 259 Suppl, 93| follows that an "aureole" differs from the ~"aurea."~Aquin.: 260 Suppl, 93| 1/1~Whether the aureole differs from the fruit?~Aquin.: 261 Suppl, 93| fruit of the Word of God differs from the aurea and ~the 262 Suppl, 94| material as our fire, since it differs from ours ~in some of its


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