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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contraries

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1 1, 2 | because if one of two ~contraries be infinite, the other would 2 1, 7 | clear from Phys. iii. ~But contraries are concerned about one 3 1, 17 | Whether true and false are contraries?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 4 1, 17 | that true and false are not contraries. For true and ~false are 5 1, 17 | is not are not opposed as contraries. Therefore true and ~false 6 1, 17 | OBJ 2: Further, one of two contraries is not in the other. But 7 1, 17 | true and false are not contraries.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 8 1, 17 | Therefore false and true are not contraries.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 9 1, 17 | and false are opposed as contraries, and not, as ~some have 10 1, 17 | whose ~nature it is to see. Contraries, however, both assert something 11 1, 17 | that true and false are contraries.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 12 1, 17 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Because contraries, and opposites by way of 13 1, 17 | our apprehension of Him contraries exist, for the false opinion ~ 14 1, 45 | God does not extend to the contraries of first ~principles; as, 15 1, 48 | Further, each extreme of two contraries is a nature. But evil and ~ 16 1, 48 | privation and habit, but as contraries, as the ~Philosopher shows ( 17 1, 48 | as being verified in all ~contraries; since one contrary is always 18 1, 48 | simply, but in ~regard to contraries; because, as every form 19 1, 48 | But good and ~evil are contraries. Therefore, evil is not 20 1, 48 | where it is laid down that contraries ~cannot exist together. 21 1, 48 | and bitter, and the like contraries, are only ~considered as 22 1, 48 | are only ~considered as contraries in a special sense, because 23 1, 48 | another. But good and evil are contraries. ~Therefore evil corrupts 24 1, 49 | principles. But ~since all contraries agree in something common, 25 1, 49 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Contraries agree in one genus, and 26 1, 66 | heavenly bodies, is not by contraries, whereas the movements of 27 1, 66 | and ~corruption are from contraries, it follows that, whereas 28 1, 67 | of place, to that of all ~contraries, as is said Metaph. x, text. 29 1, 75 | and corruption are from contraries and into contraries. ~Wherefore 30 1, 75 | from contraries and into contraries. ~Wherefore the heavenly 31 1, 75 | for the notions even of contraries are not themselves contrary, 32 1, 75 | themselves contrary, since ~contraries belong to the same knowledge. 33 1, 75 | contrary to one another. Contraries, however, are ~compared 34 1, 76 | requires to be a medium between contraries, such as hot and ~cold, 35 1, 76 | potentiality with regard to contraries, and is ~able to perceive 36 1, 76 | of ~its being remote from contraries, thereby resembling in a 37 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contraries are what differ most from 38 1, 77 | were to have one of two contraries as such for ~its object, 39 1, 77 | the common aspect of both contraries; as sight does not regard ~ 40 1, 77 | This is because of two contraries one, in a ~manner, includes 41 1, 46 | God does not extend to the contraries of first ~principles; as, 42 1, 49 | Further, each extreme of two contraries is a nature. But evil and ~ 43 1, 49 | privation and habit, but as contraries, as the ~Philosopher shows ( 44 1, 49 | as being verified in all ~contraries; since one contrary is always 45 1, 49 | simply, but in ~regard to contraries; because, as every form 46 1, 49 | But good and ~evil are contraries. Therefore, evil is not 47 1, 49 | where it is laid down that contraries ~cannot exist together. 48 1, 49 | and bitter, and the like contraries, are only ~considered as 49 1, 49 | are only ~considered as contraries in a special sense, because 50 1, 49 | another. But good and evil are contraries. ~Therefore evil corrupts 51 1, 50 | principles. But ~since all contraries agree in something common, 52 1, 50 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Contraries agree in one genus, and 53 1, 67 | heavenly bodies, is not by contraries, whereas the movements of 54 1, 67 | and ~corruption are from contraries, it follows that, whereas 55 1, 68 | of place, to that of all ~contraries, as is said Metaph. x, text. 56 1, 74 | and corruption are from contraries and into contraries. ~Wherefore 57 1, 74 | from contraries and into contraries. ~Wherefore the heavenly 58 1, 74 | for the notions even of contraries are not themselves contrary, 59 1, 74 | themselves contrary, since ~contraries belong to the same knowledge. 60 1, 74 | contrary to one another. Contraries, however, are ~compared 61 1, 75 | requires to be a medium between contraries, such as hot and ~cold, 62 1, 75 | potentiality with regard to contraries, and is ~able to perceive 63 1, 75 | of ~its being remote from contraries, thereby resembling in a 64 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contraries are what differ most from 65 1, 76 | were to have one of two contraries as such for ~its object, 66 1, 76 | the common aspect of both contraries; as sight does not regard ~ 67 1, 76 | This is because of two contraries one, in a ~manner, includes 68 1, 77 | of touch grasps several contraries; such ~as hot or cold, damp 69 1, 80 | suitable and ~harmful are contraries. Since, then, the concupiscible 70 1, 81 | everything ~composed of contraries is of necessity corruptible - 71 1, 90 | bodies he is removed from contraries by an equable temperament. 72 1, 90 | must not actually have the contraries of which that ~sense has 73 1, 90 | the whole "genus" of such contraries - thus, for ~instance, the 74 1, 90 | is a medium between ~two contraries, as much needs be the case 75 1, 96 | of action; and in nature ~contraries are mutually active or passive, 76 1, 97 | contrary to ~generation." But contraries affect the same subject: 77 1, 102 | is evident in the case of contraries. Therefore ~the world is 78 1, 102 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although contraries do not agree with each other 79 1, 114 | considered to be the first contraries, by others considered to 80 2, 18 | and habit are immediate contraries, according to the ~Philosopher ( 81 2, 20 | cannot be the subject of contraries. But ~good and evil are 82 2, 20 | But ~good and evil are contraries. Therefore the same action 83 2, 20 | cannot be the subject of contraries. But ~good and evil are 84 2, 20 | But ~good and evil are contraries. Therefore the same action 85 2, 27 | thing is not the cause of contraries. But likeness is the cause 86 2, 29 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, of two contraries, one is not the cause of 87 2, 29 | But love and hatred are contraries. Therefore love is not the 88 2, 29 | OBJ 2: Love and hatred are contraries if considered in respect 89 2, 29 | But if taken in respect of contraries, they are not ~themselves 90 2, 31 | impede one another are ~contraries, as the Philosopher states ( 91 2, 32 | thing is not the cause of contraries. But hope ~causes affliction, 92 2, 32 | ways, being ~the cause of contraries. And so hope, inasmuch as 93 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contraries have contrary effects. But 94 2, 33 | subject though they be ~contraries, do not hinder one another. 95 2, 35 | pleasure. For one of ~two contraries is not the cause of the 96 2, 35 | matter of the other; because ~contraries cannot co-exist together. 97 2, 35 | consent and ~dissent are contraries. Therefore pleasure and 98 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, contraries are hindrances to one another. 99 2, 35 | thing is not the cause of contraries. But joy ~for one thing, 100 2, 35 | Consequently ~things may be contraries in respect of a generic 101 2, 35 | one same relation to two ~contraries, there is contrariety; e.g. 102 2, 35 | approach to a black thing, are contraries; whereas contrary relations ~ 103 2, 35 | contemplation: because contraries, as apprehended by the mind, 104 2, 35 | the same science considers contraries.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 105 2, 38 | it: for "remedies work by contraries" (Ethic. ii, 3). But not ~ 106 2, 38 | assuage our own sorrow. For contraries have contrary effects. Now 107 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contraries seem to bear on the same 108 2, 42 | nature does not move to contraries. But evil of nature ~is 109 2, 43 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Contraries ensue from contrary causes. 110 2, 45 | It is of the essence of contraries to be "farthest ~removed 111 2, 45 | there are not several ~contraries; but in different respects 112 2, 45 | one thing having ~several contraries. Accordingly it has been 113 2, 48 | of the contrary: because contraries stand out more clearly ~ 114 2, 53 | contrary, It is natural for contraries to be applicable to the ~ 115 2, 53 | increase and decrease are contraries. Since therefore a ~habit 116 2, 54 | distinguished by their objects. ~For contraries differ in species. Now the 117 2, 54 | habit of science regards ~contraries: thus medicine regards the 118 2, 54 | distinction between specific ~contraries is a real distinction yet 119 2, 54 | bad. For ~good and bad are contraries. Now the same habit regards 120 2, 54 | Now the same habit regards contraries, as ~was stated above (A[ 121 2, 54 | as virtue to ~vice. Now contraries are divided specifically 122 2, 54 | same habit may be about contraries in so far as ~contraries 123 2, 54 | contraries in so far as ~contraries agree in one common aspect. 124 2, 60 | is but one ~mean between contraries, e.g. between black and 125 2, 60 | the ~intellectual order contraries have one common ratio; so 126 2, 63 | Further, sin and virtue are contraries, so that they are ~incompatible. 127 2, 64 | properly speaking, between contraries, as the ~Philosopher explains ( 128 2, 64 | in the intellect; since contraries themselves, as they are 129 2, 64 | and ~negation, which are contraries, as stated at the end of 130 2, 64 | and ~between two such contraries intellectual virtue observes 131 2, 67 | less are considered to be contraries, as when a ~thing from being 132 2, 70 | 5:19, ~seqq.). Because contraries are in the same genus. But 133 2, 71 | incompatible with ~virtue. For contraries cannot be together in the 134 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Contraries differ specifically, for " 135 2, 72 | not: and nothing hinders contraries from being ~in the same 136 2, 73 | states (Ethic. ii, 8). But contraries cannot be together in ~the 137 2, 73 | the same ~object: because contraries are about the same thing. 138 2, 74 | contrary to virtue: and contraries are about one ~same thing. 139 2, 74 | since it is natural to contraries to be about the same subject, ~ 140 2, 82 | incline its subject to ~contraries: since the inclination of 141 2, 82 | cannot incline its subject to contraries. But there is no reason 142 2, 82 | cause of original sin. But contraries have contrary ~causes. Therefore 143 2, 85 | inclined to one of two ~contraries, its inclination to the 144 2, 85 | whatever is composed of contraries is naturally ~corruptible, 145 2, 85 | has a matter composed of contraries, from the ~inclination of 146 2, 94 | objects of pursuit, and their contraries as evil, and ~objects of 147 2, 113 | led to the other, if ~the contraries are not immediate. Now the 148 2, 113 | grace are not immediate contraries; for there is the middle 149 2, 113 | one can be subject to two contraries at once. Now ~some sins 150 2, 113 | once. Now ~some sins are contraries, as wastefulness and miserliness. 151 2, 7 | thing is not the cause of contraries. Now fear ~and hope are 152 2, 7 | Now fear ~and hope are contraries, as stated above (FS, Q[ 153 2, 7 | same thing in respect of contraries can be the cause of ~contraries, 154 2, 7 | contraries can be the cause of ~contraries, but not under the same 155 2, 20 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contraries are most distant from one 156 2, 20 | of hope. Since ~therefore contraries destroy one another, it 157 2, 20 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Contraries are things that are most 158 2, 23 | charity can decrease. For contraries by their ~nature affect 159 2, 23 | increase and decrease are contraries. ~Since then charity increases, 160 2, 23 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Contraries affect the same subject 161 2, 36 | should not result from the contraries of ~those things which are 162 2, 57 | to do an injustice are ~contraries. Now no man does an injustice 163 2, 120 | that in ~the first place contraries and obstacles have to be 164 2, 121 | to ~evils of the body, as contraries which it withstands, and 165 2, 122 | man does not yield ~to the contraries that hinder him from achieving 166 2, 123 | Peripatetics. ~Hence their contraries are indeed to be feared; 167 2, 142 | and again because when ~contraries are put in juxtaposition 168 2, 142 | men can be ashamed. For ~contraries have contrary effects. Now 169 2, 162 | his body is composed of contraries, and because "mortal" is 170 2, 162 | body such as is composed of contraries, of which ~corruptibility 171 2, 162 | were it not composed of ~contraries, as the Philosopher states ( 172 2, 162 | the body being composed of contraries. But it ~does not regard 173 2, 165 | sake, ~seeketh even the contraries of these, not for the sake 174 2, 170 | worthless if it betokens contraries. Now ~prophecy is a sign 175 3, 14 | necessary for a body composed of contraries to be ~dissolved). Hence, 176 3, 14 | inasmuch as it is made up of contraries. ~But this cause was held 177 3, 14 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Contraries cannot take place simultaneously 178 3, 15 | which is composition of contraries, the flesh of ~Christ lay 179 3, 16 | 1: It is impossible for contraries to be predicated of the ~ 180 3, 16 | different aspects. And thus contraries are predicated of ~Christ, 181 3, 46 | sadness and gladness are contraries. But Christ's ~whole soul 182 3, 46 | object. Now nothing prevents ~contraries from being in the same subject, 183 3, 54 | heat and cold, and similar ~contraries, which are the principles 184 3, 79 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, contraries mutually exclude each other. 185 Suppl, 2 | sin we have committed. For contraries are healed by their ~contraries. 186 Suppl, 2 | contraries are healed by their ~contraries. Now some sins are committed 187 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, contraries have not the same effects. 188 Suppl, 72| namely the composition of contraries. Wherefore a simple ~body, 189 Suppl, 75| whatever is composed of contraries can ~be dissolved into its 190 Suppl, 79| Philosopher (De Gener. i), contraries ~have a natural inclination 191 Suppl, 79| saints will be composed of contraries after the ~resurrection, 192 Suppl, 79| not subject to one of two ~contraries, except through the cessation 193 Suppl, 79| namely ~composition of contraries, is essential to man, but 194 Suppl, 83| For everything composed of contraries must necessarily be corruptible. ~ 195 Suppl, 83| will be composed of the contraries whereof ~they are composed 196 Suppl, 83| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The contraries of which bodies are composed 197 Suppl, 83| necessary for a body composed of contraries to be corrupted ~unless 198 Suppl, 83| movement be withdrawn, the contraries of which a body is composed 199 Suppl, 83| that a body composed of contraries ~is without fail corrupted 200 Suppl, 91| its contrary, because when contraries are placed beside one ~another 201 Suppl, 91| whereby the soul ~knows contraries are not themselves contrary. 202 Suppl, 95| of ~happiness and their contraries to the state of unhappiness (


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