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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | one can mentally admit the opposite of what is ~self-evident; 2 1, 2 | of demonstration. But the opposite of the ~proposition "God 3 1, 5 | This division is not by opposite things; but by opposite ~ 4 1, 5 | opposite things; but by opposite ~aspects. Now those things 5 1, 10 | things except by removing the opposite.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 6 1, 10 | which being supposed, its opposite is not subject to the divine 7 1, 11 | mutually opposed. For no ~opposite thing is predicated of its 8 1, 11 | thing is predicated of its opposite. But every "multitude" is 9 1, 11 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no opposite thing is constituted by 10 1, 11 | thing is constituted by its opposite. But ~"multitude" is constituted 11 1, 11 | of being. Nevertheless, opposite is not predicated of ~opposite; 12 1, 11 | opposite is not predicated of ~opposite; forasmuch as one is absolute, 13 1, 11 | still according as its opposite is subject to more or less, 14 1, 12 | on the contrary, of an opposite kind. Therefore the divine 15 1, 13 | be called "Lord" from the opposite relation which is in creatures; 16 1, 13 | nothing is named from its opposite. Therefore the relation 17 1, 13 | God only in idea; but the opposite relations in ~creatures 18 1, 13 | the thing, yet so that the opposite ~relations in God should 19 1, 14 | form ~has a relation to opposite things (inasmuch as the 20 1, 14 | its likeness, or by ~its opposite. But whatever God knows, 21 1, 14 | existing in Himself, but by the opposite ~good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 22 1, 14 | knowing them, He knows the opposite evils.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 23 1, 14 | contingent cause has relation to opposite things: and in this sense ~ 24 1, 28 | signified, but rather to its ~opposite term.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] 25 1, 28 | meant that regard to its opposite which is not expressed ~ 26 1, 28 | idea and definitions import opposite ~respects. Hence they are 27 1, 28 | of these ~processions two opposite relations arise; one of 28 1, 30 | opposition. Therefore two opposite relations must needs refer 29 1, 30 | if any relations are not opposite they must needs belong to ~ 30 1, 30 | paternity and filiation are opposite ~relations, they belong 31 1, 30 | formal, and is ~effected by opposite or diverse forms; and this 32 1, 30 | nevertheless, that the opposite arguments do not ~sufficiently 33 1, 30 | Further, the common is the opposite to the incommunicable. But ~ 34 1, 31 | we ~must beware of two opposite errors, and proceed cautiously 35 1, 32 | specifically different if but one opposite relation corresponds to 36 1, 36 | except forasmuch as they are opposite relations; which ~appears 37 1, 36 | Ghost; but these ~are not opposite relations, and therefore 38 1, 36 | these relations would not be opposite to each ~other, as neither 39 1, 36 | related to each other by opposite ~relations. Now there cannot 40 1, 36 | above (Q[28], A[44]). And ~opposite relations of origin are 41 1, 36 | regards what ~belongs to the opposite relations, whereby the Father 42 1, 36 | distinction between them of opposite relation. Hence since ~there 43 1, 39 | while as referred to an opposite relation, it has a real ~ 44 1, 42 | explained, one relative opposite is in the ~other.~Aquin.: 45 1, 44 | action and passion are opposite members of a division. ~ 46 1, 48 | 1/1~I answer that, One opposite is known through the other, 47 1, 48 | and of ~privation of the opposite form; or whether it be being 48 1, 48 | OBJ 4: In answer to the opposite argument, it must be said 49 1, 58 | affirmation than any ~two opposite natures are; because the 50 1, 58 | known, the falsehood of ~the opposite negation is known also.~ 51 1, 58 | of what is perfect, the opposite imperfect is ~done away: 52 1, 58 | known in itself, is not opposite to its being known in ~its 53 1, 62 | a perfection removes the opposite ~imperfection. Now the imperfection 54 1, 62 | be able to choose between opposite things, keeping the order ~ 55 1, 64 | and of clinging to the ~opposite; whereas the angel's will 56 1, 64 | either to this or to its opposite (namely, in such things 57 1, 64 | free-will is flexible to ~the opposite both before and after choice; 58 1, 64 | free-will is ~flexible either opposite before the choice, but not 59 1, 66 | the ~elements are mutually opposite, one tending upwards, another 60 1, 67 | sensible quality has its opposite, as cold is ~opposed to 61 1, 75 | repugnant to actuality as being opposite thereto. If, however, it 62 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, one opposite does not arise from the 63 1, 77 | not arise from the other opposite; but ~everything arises 64 1, 39 | while as referred to an opposite relation, it has a real ~ 65 1, 42 | explained, one relative opposite is in the ~other.~Aquin.: 66 1, 45 | action and passion are opposite members of a division. ~ 67 1, 49 | 1/1~I answer that, One opposite is known through the other, 68 1, 49 | and of ~privation of the opposite form; or whether it be being 69 1, 49 | OBJ 4: In answer to the opposite argument, it must be said 70 1, 59 | affirmation than any ~two opposite natures are; because the 71 1, 59 | known, the falsehood of the opposite negation is known also.~ 72 1, 59 | of what is perfect, the opposite imperfect is ~done away: 73 1, 59 | known in itself, is not opposite to its being known in ~its 74 1, 63 | a perfection removes the opposite ~imperfection. Now the imperfection 75 1, 63 | be able to choose between opposite things, keeping the order ~ 76 1, 65 | and of clinging to the ~opposite; whereas the angel's will 77 1, 65 | either to this or to its opposite (namely, in such things 78 1, 65 | free-will is flexible to ~the opposite both before and after choice; 79 1, 65 | free-will is ~flexible either opposite before the choice, but not 80 1, 67 | the ~elements are mutually opposite, one tending upwards, another 81 1, 68 | sensible quality has its opposite, as cold is ~opposed to 82 1, 74 | repugnant to actuality as being opposite thereto. If, however, it 83 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, one opposite does not arise from the 84 1, 76 | not arise from the other opposite; but ~everything arises 85 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, opposite things are of the same genus. 86 1, 78 | rational powers regard opposite things." But "synderesis" 87 1, 81 | Metaph. viii, 2), extend to opposite things. But the will is 88 1, 81 | Therefore the will extends to opposite things, and therefore it ~ 89 1, 81 | reason, which extends to opposite things. Wherefore in this 90 1, 81 | and so the will extends to opposite things. ~Therefore it does 91 1, 82 | contingent matters may ~follow opposite courses, as we see in dialectic 92 1, 82 | judgment of reason may follow opposite courses, and is ~not determinate 93 1, 84 | only is it impossible for opposite forms to exist at ~the same 94 1, 84 | quoted ~in proof of the opposite conclusion.~Aquin.: SMT 95 1, 112 | side, and another angel the opposite side. ~But if one side is 96 2, 6 | indifferently disposed to opposite things, the will can be 97 2, 6 | argument proves rather the ~opposite.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[7] 98 2, 8 | powers can be directed to opposite purposes, ~according to 99 2, 8 | not to be directed to all opposite ~purposes, but to those 100 2, 8 | can be directed to such opposite purposes as ~are contained 101 2, 10 | since it cannot will the ~opposite. If, on the other hand, 102 2, 17 | the reason is moved by ~opposite motives to command or not 103 2, 18 | immediate contrary of the opposite habit. ~In this way evil 104 2, 19 | can be good in respect ~of opposite things, for as much as, 105 2, 22 | perfection the case is the opposite, ~in comparison to things 106 2, 23 | good and ~evil. Because the opposite of present evil is good 107 2, 25 | reason for shunning the opposite evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] 108 2, 29 | contrary, Hatred is the opposite of love. But the object 109 2, 29 | cause of hatred. For "the ~opposite members of a division are 110 2, 29 | But love and hatred are opposite members of a division, since 111 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The opposite members of a division are 112 2, 32 | innovation, which is the ~opposite of custom. But things "which 113 2, 35 | thing, and sorrow for the opposite thing, proceed from the 114 2, 35 | division is not according to opposite species; but ~according 115 2, 37 | pleasure is expansion: the opposite of which is not depression 116 2, 45 | every passion excludes its opposite. But fear excludes ~safety; 117 2, 52 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Opposite effects do not result from 118 2, 52 | white, even as from one opposite to another, as stated in ~ 119 2, 60 | it is the same with the opposite ~passions, for hatred leads 120 2, 61 | principal virtues. For "the opposite members of a division are 121 2, 61 | Now all the virtues are opposite members of the division 122 2, 67 | wherever two things ~are opposite to one another, we find 123 2, 67 | perfect and imperfect are opposite to one another, it is impossible 124 2, 67 | we ~assent to one of two opposite assertions with fear of 125 2, 67 | is incompatible with the opposite ~perfection in that subject. 126 2, 72 | distinguished in reference to their opposite virtues, it would come ~ 127 2, 73 | Further, each sin banishes its opposite virtue. Now whoever lacks ~ 128 2, 73 | above (Q[71], A[4]), the opposite virtue is not ~banished 129 2, 73 | be said that man has the opposite vices or sins.~Aquin.: SMT 130 2, 73 | nothing remains of ~the opposite habit; hence a man is not 131 2, 73 | retains something of the opposite ~habit; it consists in " 132 2, 76 | desire," we include the opposite negations, by reason ~of 133 2, 77 | general, were to pronounce ~an opposite judgment in a particular 134 2, 77 | knowledge together with an opposite particular judgment.~Aquin.: 135 2, 82 | of the soul have ~various opposite tendencies.~Aquin.: SMT 136 2, 86 | to fall into a sin of the opposite vice. Therefore the ~stain 137 2, 87 | virtue, but leads him in the opposite direction. Therefore ~sin 138 2, 88 | fact turns ~away from the opposite. Now whoever sins, approaches 139 2, 100 | the commander, and the ~opposite of this is most grievous; 140 2, 100 | leads to the denial of its ~opposite: but the denial of one opposite 141 2, 100 | opposite: but the denial of one opposite does not always lead to 142 2, 102 | incense," which was directly opposite ~the ark; the "table of 143 2, 113 | its form, it is under the ~opposite form; but in the last instant 144 2, 113 | subject of movement the opposite which is put away is prior ~ 145 2, 113 | put away is prior ~to the opposite which the subject moved 146 2, 113 | acts for the removal of the opposite form; ~as the sun by its 147 2, 1 | understanding; (3) Of the opposite ~vices; (4) Of the precepts 148 2, 1 | by doubt or fear of the opposite side, there will be ~opinion, 149 2, 1 | since ~ignorance is the opposite of science. Now we are not 150 2, 4 | soul, which is related to ~opposite objects, a disposition to 151 2, 4 | therefore two things are ~opposite members of a division, one 152 2, 4 | charity are stated to be opposite members of a division, as ~ 153 2, 15 | the same as to ~forbid the opposite vices. Now the Old Law contained 154 2, 20 | therefore ~opposites have opposite causes, presumption would 155 2, 21 | prohibition of the act of the opposite vice. Now no precept is 156 2, 21 | the ~prohibition of the opposite.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[22] A[ 157 2, 22 | 3) Its acts; ~(4) The opposite vices; (5) The precepts 158 2, 26 | better, and therefore its opposite is worse, ~for it is worse 159 2, 28 | appetite does not tend to opposite things at the ~same time. 160 2, 32 | the contrary, The best is opposite to the worst, according 161 2, 33 | man sorrowful about the opposite spiritual good: for the ~ 162 2, 33 | the ~spiritual good of its opposite virtue. Again it cannot 163 2, 34 | opposed to pleasure. Now opposite effects have ~not one and 164 2, 43 | wisdom itself, secondly, the opposite vice. Under the first ~head 165 2, 47 | ensue good and to avoid the ~opposite evil, but the avoidance 166 2, 51 | it ~follows that all the opposite defects are reducible to 167 2, 52 | every sin is excluded by the opposite virtue. ~Therefore negligence 168 2, 54 | precepts relating to the opposite vices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 169 2, 59 | parts of justice; (2) their opposite vices. And since ~restitution 170 2, 61 | things which may cause an opposite inequality. Now respect 171 2, 77 | decline from evil," and the opposite vices. Under this ~head 172 2, 77 | neighbor, and to avoid the opposite ~evil, that, namely, which 173 2, 77 | to God, and to avoid the opposite evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 174 2, 77 | doing good, which is the opposite of omitting it, is ~a special 175 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The opposite of "doing good" is both " 176 2, 77 | precept, disposing to the opposite of such precept: and so ~ 177 2, 79 | itself; (2) its acts; (3) the opposite vices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 178 2, 79 | Further, things that are opposite members of a division are 179 2, 80 | This consideration has an opposite tendency to ~the first: 180 2, 87 | person can be under two opposite obligations. Yet ~sometimes 181 2, 87 | to whom he swears have ~opposite intentions. Therefore an 182 2, 98 | and consequently all the opposite vices, is in the will as 183 2, 99 | of which will ~render the opposite vices manifest. Accordingly 184 2, 105 | takes its ~species from the opposite habit: for blindness and 185 2, 105 | other way. Moreover, since ~opposite affirmation includes negation, 186 2, 108 | hypocrisy: (3) boasting and the opposite vice. ~Concerning lying 187 2, 108 | truth - and consequently the opposite vices - regards a manifestation ~ 188 2, 112 | called affability, and ~the opposite vices which are flattery 189 2, 114 | is at variance with the opposite virtue the more grievous 190 2, 115 | consider liberality and the opposite vices, namely, ~covetousness 191 2, 116 | covetousness has no contrary and opposite sin, according to the ~Philosopher ( 192 2, 116 | opposed to justice has no opposite vice: ~since it consists 193 2, 117 | Whether prodigality is opposite to covetousness?~(2) Whether 194 2, 117 | 1~Whether prodigality is opposite to covetousness?~Aquin.: 195 2, 117 | that prodigality is not opposite to covetousness. For ~opposites 196 2, 117 | Therefore prodigality is not opposite to ~covetousness.~Aquin.: 197 2, 117 | Therefore prodigality is not opposite to ~covetousness.~Aquin.: 198 2, 117 | covetousness differs more from the opposite virtue: since giving, wherein ~ 199 2, 123 | after, the more is ~the opposite evil to be shunned. The 200 2, 133 | magnificence as a mean between two opposite vices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 201 2, 139 | through being subject to the ~opposite vices, have not the temperance 202 2, 144 | which is fasting; (3) its opposite vice ~which is gluttony. 203 2, 151 | Further, every sin has an opposite vice. But, seemingly, no 204 2, 151 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The opposite of lust is not found in 205 2, 153 | while ~subjected to the opposite vice. Now the concupiscible 206 2, 154 | although in /rare cases the opposite occurs, according to Prov. 207 2, 157 | Clementia ii, 4) that "the opposite of ~clemency is cruelty, 208 2, 159 | 2) Studiousness, and its opposite, Curiosity; ~(3) Modesty 209 2, 164 | consider studiousness and its opposite, curiosity. ~Concerning 210 2, 171 | the same time, tend in ~opposite directions. Now in the prophetic 211 2, 173 | Augustine clearly comes to an opposite decision, not only in his 212 2, 178 | above to below: if ~from one opposite to another, it will be from 213 3, 34 | also from that which is opposite to it, ~either by negation 214 3, 40 | fasting, He Himself came the opposite way, both coming ~unto publicans' 215 3, 44 | place, i.e. in the east, opposite ~the sun. Wherefore he says: " 216 3, 44 | as to be diametrically ~opposite, having withdrawn from the 217 3, 44 | heavenly circle, being ~opposite to it: consequently it had 218 3, 44 | side of the sun, "but on opposite sides."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 219 3, 50 | more abundantly." But one opposite does not ~lead to another. 220 3, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: One opposite does not of itself lead 221 3, 55 | to its present state, is opposite to the condition ~of glory, 222 3, 75 | follow that things ~really opposite would exist together; for 223 3, 75 | that potentiality to the opposite follows a subject, by reason 224 3, 75 | sometimes ~it implies only the opposite or the extreme, as when 225 3, 85 | formally the habit of the ~opposite vice, just as whiteness 226 Suppl, 7 | aspect of contrition, is ~the opposite.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[7] A[3] 227 Suppl, 12| as the former, but in the opposite way: ~since when looking 228 Suppl, 23| exception to apply in the opposite way, viz. that ~the master 229 Suppl, 49| useful and the virtuous are opposite divisions of the ~good. 230 Suppl, 79| reflect the ~image of a body opposite to it. Now the pupil like 231 Suppl, 79| opposition to a mirror directly opposite the sun's rays does not 232 Suppl, 80| existence, ~between two opposite superficies of a place, 233 Suppl, 81| change ~whatever having two opposite terms, each of which is 234 Suppl, 81| place through having an opposite place and ~its resistance 235 Suppl, 82| a visible object that is opposite the eyes of the seer ~must 236 Suppl, 82| a glorified body that is opposite to non-glorified eyes is 237 Suppl, 94| on that part which ~is opposite to us. This seems to have


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