Summa Theologiae by St. Thomas Aquinas
FP: Treatise On The Distinction Of Things In General
Q[47] Of The Distinction Of Things In General
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After considering the production of creatures, we come to the consideration of the distinction of things. This consideration will be threefold -- first, of the distinction of things in general; secondly, of the distinction of good and evil; thirdly, of the distinction of the spiritual and corporeal creature.

Under the first head, there are three points of inquiry:

A[1] The multitude or distinction of things.

A[2] Their inequality.

A[3] The unity of the world.