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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | thing is perfected by its specific ~difference. But the differences 2 1, 4 | form of ~the sun in its specific likeness, but in its generic 3 1, 4 | form according to the same ~specific or generic formality, but 4 1, 14 | the thing as ~regards its specific nature, which is participable 5 1, 27 | of similitude in the same specific nature; ~as a man proceeds 6 1, 28 | their generic and in their specific nature; but nothing that 7 1, 29 | that, "nature ~is the specific difference giving its form 8 1, 29 | to each thing," for the ~specific difference completes the 9 1, 32 | relations. For, since the very specific idea of a relation ~is that 10 1, 32 | as His creatures by one specific relation. But the Son and 11 1, 35 | species, or at least of some specific sign. In corporeal things 12 1, 35 | In corporeal things the ~specific sign consists chiefly in 13 1, 35 | species, or at least in specific ~sign. Now whatever imports 14 1, 35 | in something of the same specific nature; as the ~image of 15 1, 39 | which is the subject of the specific nature, ~it follows that 16 1, 48 | therefore good and evil are specific differences in moral things; ~ 17 1, 50 | intended by the agent, but only specific ~multiplication, as was 18 1, 54 | Consequently in its own ~specific nature as such an essence, 19 1, 62 | differ only numerically. For specific difference is on account 20 1, 70 | and not, like bodies of specific ~gravity, by nature, lies 21 1, 71 | constituted to move with certain specific ~motions, thus they have 22 1, 75 | subsists, and ~is complete in a specific nature. The former sense 23 1, 75 | of a different "species." Specific difference is derived from 24 1, 75 | we may proceed from the specific notion of the human soul ~ 25 1, 75 | 2: Further, the ultimate specific difference is the noblest, 26 1, 75 | angel agree in the ultimate specific ~difference: therefore they 27 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 2: The ultimate specific difference is the noblest 28 1, 39 | which is the subject of the specific nature, ~it follows that 29 1, 49 | therefore good and evil are specific differences in moral things; ~ 30 1, 51 | intended by the agent, but only specific ~multiplication, as was 31 1, 55 | Consequently in its own ~specific nature as such an essence, 32 1, 63 | differ only numerically. For specific difference is on account 33 1, 71 | and not, like bodies of specific ~gravity, by nature, lies 34 1, 71 | constituted to move with certain specific ~motions, thus they have 35 1, 74 | subsists, and ~is complete in a specific nature. The former sense 36 1, 74 | of a different "species." Specific difference is derived from 37 1, 74 | we may proceed from the specific notion of the human soul ~ 38 1, 74 | 2: Further, the ultimate specific difference is the noblest, 39 1, 74 | angel agree in the ultimate specific ~difference: therefore they 40 1, 74 | Reply OBJ 2: The ultimate specific difference is the noblest 41 1, 77 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE SPECIFIC POWERS OF THE SOUL (FOUR 42 1, 77 | is divided into several specific ~senses, and for this reason 43 1, 84 | which ~represents, as to its specific conditions only, the thing 44 1, 84 | into our consideration the specific nature, the image of which ~ 45 1, 84 | there is a likeness of the specific nature, but not of the ~ 46 1, 84 | consider the generic or ~specific nature itself as existing 47 1, 84 | nature is compared to the specific nature rather ~after the 48 1, 84 | of matter, causes not a specific but only a numerical ~difference: 49 1, 87 | though not ~according to the specific nature; whereas we cannot 50 1, 88 | species, know not only the specific ~natures of things, but 51 1, 91 | generated by some other specific agent, such as some ~plants 52 1, 92 | son: or, at least, in some specific accident, and chiefly in 53 1, 92 | Now it is manifest that specific likeness follows the ultimate ~ 54 1, 92 | not participate in its ~specific nature at one time more 55 1, 96 | already ~existing, lessens the specific active power: as water added 56 1, 99 | Man naturally begets a specific likeness to himself. ~Hence 57 1, 114 | heavenly bodies have not a specific likeness to the ~bodies 58 1, 118 | matter, but not as to the ~specific form." Consequently the 59 1, 118 | reason of its assuming the specific ~form of flesh, bones and 60 1, 118 | yet received perfectly the specific nature, but is on ~the way 61 2, 1 | definition that shows the specific ~nature. And either way, 62 2, 1 | although men agree in their specific nature, yet they ~differ 63 2, 4 | it has ~not the perfect specific nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 64 2, 5 | from a consideration of the specific nature of Happiness, viz. ~ 65 2, 5 | evident if we consider the specific nature of ~Happiness. For 66 2, 5 | Happiness according to its specific notion, as to that in which ~ 67 2, 18 | thing does not realize its ~specific form (for instance, if instead 68 2, 18 | good and evil do not make a specific difference in things; for 69 2, 18 | neither do they make a ~specific difference in actions.~Aquin.: 70 2, 18 | different effects. ~But the same specific effect results from a good 71 2, 18 | and thus ~they have one specific effect.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 72 2, 18 | always constitutes the most specific ~species. But the difference 73 2, 18 | the object, as its most specific species.~Aquin.: SMT FS 74 2, 18 | the object, as the most specific species is contained under 75 2, 18 | ordained to the end, the specific difference ~derived from 76 2, 18 | difference is taken, the more ~specific is the difference. Secondly, 77 2, 18 | this it ~follows that the specific difference derived from 78 2, 18 | ordained to that end, is a specific difference in relation to 79 2, 18 | Wherefore although an action's specific nature may not contain ~ 80 2, 18 | circumstance. Secondly, specific ~indifference of an action 81 2, 18 | ultimate form, ~giving a specific difference, after which 82 2, 18 | after which no further specific difference ~is possible. 83 2, 18 | as being, ~as it were, a specific difference thereof.~Aquin.: 84 2, 18 | action. For good and evil are specific differences of moral ~actions. 85 2, 18 | a moral action, causes a specific difference, which is the 86 2, 19 | differing ~in species. Now the specific difference in acts is according 87 2, 19 | But good and ~evil are specific differences of the act of 88 2, 23 | passions regarding ~different specific objects, included under 89 2, 30 | Whether concupiscence is a specific passion?~(3) Whether some 90 2, 30 | Whether concupiscence is a specific passion?~Aquin.: SMT FS 91 2, 30 | that concupiscence is not a specific passion of the ~concupiscible 92 2, 30 | Therefore concupiscence is not a specific passion ~of the concupiscible 93 2, 30 | distinct from love. But ~all specific passions are distinct from 94 2, 30 | concupiscence is not a specific passion in the concupiscible 95 2, 30 | concupiscible faculty there is a ~specific contrary passion in that 96 2, 30 | above (Q[23], A[4]). ~But no specific passion of the concupiscible 97 2, 30 | concupiscence is not ~a specific passion of the concupiscible 98 2, 30 | concupiscible passions, as a specific ~passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 99 2, 31 | respect thereof he has his own specific ~nature. And in this sense, 100 2, 31 | which is ~contrary to the specific nature, becomes accidentally 101 2, 31 | the formal object causes a specific difference in acts and ~ 102 2, 35 | a form may be generic or specific. Consequently ~things may 103 2, 35 | vice; or in respect of a specific form, as justice and injustice.~ 104 2, 35 | not contrary as to their specific ~nature: but it does not 105 2, 35 | another ~in respect of their specific nature; and yet they have 106 2, 37 | but not in respect of its ~specific character: whereas if this 107 2, 38 | sorrow, by reason of its ~specific nature, is repugnant to 108 2, 46 | the generic, or as to the specific nature, or again as to ~ 109 2, 46 | however, ~we consider the specific nature, i.e. the nature 110 2, 46 | For no ~genus derives its specific differences from accidents. 111 2, 46 | them from causing a certain specific difference thereof.~Aquin.: 112 2, 49 | difficult to change are ~specific differences (of a quality), 113 2, 50 | attained to perfection ~(specific perfection, so to speak), 114 2, 51 | First in ~respect of the specific nature, as the faculty of 115 2, 51 | natural in respect of the specific nature. But since such a 116 2, 51 | whether in respect of the specific nature or in respect of 117 2, 51 | nature: in respect of the specific nature, on the part of the 118 2, 51 | form of the body, is the specific ~principle; but in respect 119 2, 51 | both in respect of the specific nature, and in respect of 120 2, 51 | happens with regard to the ~specific nature, on the part of the 121 2, 52 | the form according to its ~specific nature, and another to consider 122 2, 52 | anything at all, receives its specific ~nature in respect of itself, 123 2, 52 | its participation of the ~specific form: "but in so far as 124 2, 52 | giving the subject its ~specific being. Nor again does the 125 2, 52 | conclusions of geometry, the same specific habit of ~science increases 126 2, 54 | departments of the soul"); while specific difference of objects entails 127 2, 54 | difference of objects entails a ~specific difference of acts, and 128 2, 54 | form and a habit. Hence the specific ~distinction of habits may 129 2, 54 | the distinction between specific ~contraries is a real distinction 130 2, 54 | it cannot be accounted a specific difference, as the ~Philosopher 131 2, 54 | good habits about one same specific thing are ~distinct in reference 132 2, 54 | one, for instance, to some specific objective aspect, or to 133 2, 55 | this ~is not the case with specific forms, as whiteness and 134 2, 56 | diversity of habits ~follows the specific conditions thereof: and 135 2, 60 | specifically ~according to the specific differences of their objects, 136 2, 60 | any ~thing, depends on its specific form which it receives from 137 2, 60 | powers always causes a ~specific difference of virtues - 138 2, 60 | All objects of the same specific operation have the same ~ 139 2, 60 | the objects of the same specific passion; ~because operations 140 2, 61 | matter, and thus ~they are specific virtues, condivided with 141 2, 63 | one is according to his ~specific nature, the other according 142 2, 63 | to him in respect of his specific nature; while whatever ~ 143 2, 63 | is so in ~respect of the specific nature, in so far as in 144 2, 63 | that, There is a twofold specific difference among habits. 145 2, 63 | 1]), is taken ~from the specific and formal aspects of their 146 2, 63 | Body Para. 2/2~The other specific differences among habits 147 2, 66 | as referring to their ~specific nature: and in this way 148 2, 66 | consider it in its proper specific ~nature. Accordingly, a 149 2, 67 | reason belongs ~to the very specific nature of a horse and an 150 2, 67 | does not ~belong to the specific nature, but is accidental 151 2, 67 | Because when ~you remove a specific difference, the substance 152 2, 67 | does not belong to its specific nature, there is nothing 153 2, 70 | singly, each according to its specific nature. And in this they 154 2, 72 | impossible to find the same specific sin with ~diverse objects: 155 2, 72 | accidental is outside the ~specific nature. Consequently sins 156 2, 72 | prior to the ~species, e.g. specific differences. But punishment 157 2, 72 | difference is consequent to ~specific diversity; and though, in 158 2, 72 | it may be consequent to ~specific diversity, yet, in others, 159 2, 72 | black" are consequent to the specific ~diversity of crow and swan, 160 2, 72 | difference constituting specific diversity. For what is accidental 161 2, 72 | may be consequent to ~the specific diversity of sins, but cannot 162 2, 72 | difference is consequent to the specific difference of sins, not ~ 163 2, 72 | another in the material specific difference, which are nevertheless ~ 164 2, 72 | sometimes consequent to specific difference, in so ~far as 165 2, 79 | consequently, and not as a specific difference.~Aquin.: SMT 166 2, 82 | lung or liver; while one ~specific sickness in one man will 167 2, 84 | capital sins are not certain specific sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] 168 2, 88 | happen to be ~taken as the specific difference of a moral act, 169 2, 88 | becomes, as it were, the ~specific difference of the moral 170 2, 88 | the sin ~returns to its specific nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 171 2, 107 | this difference will be ~specific, especially if such ends 172 2, 10 | of his ~unbelief. Now the specific difference depends not on 173 2, 16 | 1/2~I answer that, Since specific differences, by their very 174 2, 18 | This diversity causes a specific diversity of sins, all of 175 2, 18 | God, does not prove a ~specific identity of fear, since 176 2, 20 | to hope in respect of its specific difference, as an inordinate ~ 177 2, 20 | the virtue of hope by a specific contrariety. Hence presumption ~ 178 2, 23 | among forms is twofold: specific and numeric. Specific ~distinction 179 2, 23 | twofold: specific and numeric. Specific ~distinction of habits follows 180 2, 23 | with matter, and from the specific point of view of habit as ~ 181 2, 24 | charity in respect of its specific nature, ~namely as denoting 182 2, 25 | the lover. Therefore ~the specific diversity of the love which 183 2, 56 | man, which belongs to the ~specific nature of justice; yet their 184 2, 59 | specifically, ~where there is no specific difference, there ought 185 2, 75 | alchemists has not the true specific nature of ~gold and silver, 186 2, 79 | God by reason of their ~specific character.~Aquin.: SMT SS 187 2, 97 | 2: Nothing prevents one specific kind of sin being found 188 2, 102 | special virtue, and its ~specific object is a command tacit 189 2, 108 | which reason it cannot be a specific difference. If, on the other ~ 190 2, 108 | accidentally, and ~attains the specific nature of a lie.~Aquin.: 191 2, 109 | regards form," i.e. the specific form. ~Accordingly we must 192 2, 121 | sense, which sense is more ~specific, it is applied to a special 193 2, 124 | OBJ 2: Fearlessness by its specific nature corrupts the mean 194 2, 126 | But Macrobius is more ~specific in his enumeration. Because 195 2, 146 | circumstances argues a ~specific difference of vice: but 196 2, 152 | Wherefore sins against the ~specific nature are more grievous.~ 197 2, 173 | befitting it according ~to its specific nature.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 198 3, 2 | informs a thing with its specific difference," - i.e. ~which 199 3, 2 | i.e. ~which perfects the specific definition. But we are now 200 3, 2 | and the human, has its ~specific perfection. Secondly, because 201 3, 2 | said (A[1]), designates the specific essence which is ~signified 202 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The specific nature of a relation, as 203 3, 4 | sensible matter belongs to the specific nature of ~sensible things, 204 3, 4 | all, not ~by a generic or specific community, such as is attributed 205 3, 6 | as the ~soul, being the specific form, would be nearer the 206 3, 6 | form to exist before the specific nature. And therefore ~the 207 3, 7 | it may be viewed in its specific ~nature of grace; and thus 208 3, 8 | generic nature, though not in ~specific nature. By reason of this 209 3, 10 | would be limited to one specific nature. But what is ~simply 210 3, 11 | that it knows different specific natures by different ~intelligible 211 3, 15 | two ways. ~First, in its specific nature, and thus Damascene 212 3, 23 | word of the builder in its specific form, but not in ~intelligibility, 213 3, 31 | likeness ~of species. Now, specific likeness results not from 214 3, 62 | New Law, not as to its ~specific likeness, as an effect in 215 3, 66 | we may be guided by the specific ~gravity [spissitudine]. 216 Suppl, 35| one another as regards ~specific likeness, than order has 217 Suppl, 41| an offspring ~whereby the specific nature is preserved is from 218 Suppl, 44| likeness, but the same ~specific quality in each of the like 219 Suppl, 49| 1~OBJ 2: Further, in the specific nature the difference is 220 Suppl, 52| things pertaining to the specific nature the son ~is like 221 Suppl, 52| since a thing has its ~specific being from its form, but 222 Suppl, 54| accidentals and not only in the specific nature. And yet this individual ~ 223 Suppl, 54| relations ~agree not only in the specific nature but also in that 224 Suppl, 57| wherefore anyone in whom the specific nature is not hindered is ~ 225 Suppl, 65| nature, or by virtue ~of its specific nature: thus it belongs 226 Suppl, 65| attract iron by virtue of its ~specific nature. Now just as in those 227 Suppl, 65| to him by virtue of his specific nature, as, for instance, 228 Suppl, 76| return by generation to specific but not numerical ~identity, 229 Suppl, 76| whole inasmuch as ~the whole specific nature results therefrom. 230 Suppl, 76| composite does not derive the specific nature ~from a separated 231 Suppl, 77| sharing the truth of the specific nature ~as perfectly as 232 Suppl, 78| since all ~men have the same specific form, there should be the 233 Suppl, 78| requisite not ~only to the specific but also to the individual 234 Suppl, 78| individual nature. Now the specific ~nature has a certain quantity 235 Suppl, 79| in ~the resurrection the specific nature will remain the same 236 Suppl, 79| power, according to its specific nature, is determined to 237 Suppl, 80| perfectly complete in their specific being and power. ~And since 238 Suppl, 80| its participating in its specific ~being, in so far as it 239 Suppl, 81| form, whence it derives its specific ~being, so by the gift of 240 Suppl, 88| elements are ~applied to specific actions: hence they adorn 241 Suppl, 89| first is that just as the specific nature is not diversified 242 Suppl, 89| participated according to the same ~specific nature, but not in the same 243 Suppl, 89| does not attain to the same specific nature but only ~to the 244 Suppl, 89| whiteness according to its ~specific nature, although not according 245 Suppl, 89| likeness according to the same specific ~nature, although there 246 Suppl, 92| conformed to all men in the specific ~nature of man. on the other 247 Suppl, 92| union without ~conformity of specific nature: and in this sense 248 Suppl, 92| marriage should agree in specific nature. Hence espousal does 249 Suppl, 92| for a ~hand is another specific part from the head. Hence,


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