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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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similitude

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | to God on account of a ~similitude of effect. Thus, because 2 1, 6 | called good by reason of the similitude of ~the divine goodness 3 1, 8 | nevertheless, by a certain similitude to ~corporeal things, it 4 1, 9 | called mobile by way of similitude, according as ~it diffuses 5 1, 9 | same ~way, inasmuch as the similitude of the divine wisdom proceeds 6 1, 12 | that He is seen by some ~similitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 7 1, 12 | essence is ~not seen through a similitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 8 1, 12 | by its ~likeness; as the similitude of a stone is in the eye, 9 1, 12 | God, there must be some ~similitude of God on the part of the 10 1, 12 | cannot be seen by any created similitude. First, because as Dionysius ~ 11 1, 12 | created ~form can be the similitude representing the essence 12 1, 12 | that God is seen by some similitude, is to say that the ~divine 13 1, 12 | there is ~required some similitude in the visual faculty, namely, 14 1, 12 | cannot be seen by any created similitude representing the divine ~ 15 1, 12 | authority speaks of the similitude which is caused by ~participation 16 1, 12 | according to some mode of similitude; as in the divine Scripture 17 1, 12 | know God by any created similitude is not to know the essence 18 1, 12 | divine essence, not as a ~similitude in which God is seen, but 19 1, 12 | greater perfection of the similitude; but this does ~not apply 20 1, 12 | seeing Him not by way of similitude, but by His essence. It 21 1, 12 | one had a ~more perfect similitude of God than another, since 22 1, 12 | will not ~spring from any similitude; but it will take place 23 1, 12 | essence, is seen ~through any similitude?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 24 1, 12 | is seen by means of some similitude. For every kind of knowledge ~ 25 1, 12 | as it is informed by a ~similitude of the object, as the eye 26 1, 12 | object, as the eye by the similitude of color. ~Therefore if 27 1, 12 | Himself is not seen by any similitude but by His own ~essence, 28 1, 12 | directly informed by a ~similitude, and then the object is 29 1, 12 | way when ~informed by a similitude which resembles the object; 30 1, 12 | in like manner from the similitude of an image we ~can form 31 1, 12 | can form in our minds the similitude of the original of the image. 32 1, 12 | seen singly by their own ~similitude; but all are seen by the 33 1, 12 | by ~means of any created similitude is not the vision of His 34 1, 12 | imagination, according to some similitude representing in ~part the 35 1, 13 | of ideas, and ideas the similitude of things, it is evident ~ 36 1, 13 | metaphorically by way of similitude." Therefore not all ~names 37 1, 13 | 2: Further, there is no similitude among equivocal things. 38 1, 13 | efficient cause, receives the ~similitude of the agent not in its 39 1, 13 | ways: properly, and by ~similitude. It is properly communicable 40 1, 13 | can be given to many; by similitude it is communicable ~according 41 1, 13 | same ~nature as "lion"; by similitude it is communicable to those 42 1, 13 | many, but only by way of ~similitude; as for instance a person 43 1, 13 | only perhaps by way ~of similitude, as was said of individuals. 44 1, 13 | some part of it by ~way of similitude; so that those are called 45 1, 13 | the ~participation of some similitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 46 1, 14 | understood according to a certain similitude of proportion, because He ~ 47 1, 14 | His essence contains the similitude of things other ~than Himself.~ 48 1, 14 | is His essence, is the ~similitude of all those things which 49 1, 15 | Reply OBJ 3: God is the similitude of all things according 50 1, 18 | called living, unless by a similitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 51 1, 18 | natural bodies, speaking by a similitude, and not ~attributing it 52 1, 18 | natural things has a certain similitude to the ~operations of life. 53 1, 18 | ponds. This is merely a ~similitude, inasmuch as the movement 54 1, 18 | pleasure. Thus, as by a similitude, any kind of work in ~which 55 1, 18 | called its movement, by this similitude, that as movement is an 56 1, 27 | namely bodies, but ~from the similitude of the highest creatures, 57 1, 27 | what ~proceeds by way of similitude. Hence a hair has not the 58 1, 27 | which proceeds by way of a ~similitude. Nor will any likeness suffice; 59 1, 27 | although it ~has a generic similitude; for this kind of generation 60 1, 27 | be a procession by way of similitude in the same specific nature; ~ 61 1, 27 | described): - by ~way of similitude, inasmuch as the concept 62 1, 27 | 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, as similitude is of the nature of the 63 1, 27 | made actual, not by any similitude of the ~object willed within 64 1, 27 | intellect is by way of ~similitude, and is called generation, 65 1, 27 | the will is not by way of similitude, ~but rather by way of impulse 66 1, 28 | Reply OBJ 4: Equality and similitude in God are not real relations; 67 1, 29 | thereto; as diversity, and similitude, and the like; and (4) what 68 1, 30 | proceeds according to similitude, as also that which proceeds 69 1, 30 | does not proceed as the similitude of that whence it proceeds; ~ 70 1, 31 | disparity": ~and lest we remove similitude, we avoid the terms "alien" 71 1, 33 | by reason of a kind ~of similitude to that which answers perfectly 72 1, 33 | whom it is said by way of similitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 73 1, 33 | others He is the Father by similitude of ~grace, and these are 74 1, 33 | the Father of others by similitude of glory, forasmuch as they 75 1, 33 | according to a certain remote ~similitude whereby He is called the 76 1, 35 | Image includes the idea of similitude. Still, not any ~kind of 77 1, 35 | Still, not any ~kind of similitude suffices for the notion 78 1, 35 | notion of image, but only similitude ~of species, or at least 79 1, 35 | depicted. Further, neither the similitude of species or of figure 80 1, 35 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, similitude in expression belongs to 81 1, 35 | proceeds from another by way of similitude. Therefore the ~Holy Ghost 82 1, 35 | thereof do we ~consider) that similitude which is essential to image. 83 1, 35 | image as meaning a perfect similitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 84 1, 36 | God is not taken after the similitude of the ~vocal word, whence 85 1, 36 | metaphorical; but after the similitude of the mental word, ~whence 86 1, 36 | properties that we speak of ~similitude or dissimilitude in God, 87 1, 38 | whose nature it is to be the similitude of its ~principle, although 88 1, 39 | attributes; in one way by similitude, and thus the things which 89 1, 39 | persons manifest by way of similitude, or dissimilitude, as above ~ 90 1, 39 | Relig. 36), "is the supreme ~similitude of the principle without 91 1, 39 | is made both by reason of similitude as regards ~what exists 92 1, 41 | apply except by a kind of ~similitude. Thus, if the Son of God 93 1, 41 | sons of adoption by ~their similitude to Him, He is called the " 94 1, 44 | likeness to ~God according to similitude of species, as a man begotten 95 1, 45 | Person proceeds in perfect similitude of its principle; whereas ~ 96 1, 45 | creature proceeds in imperfect similitude. Therefore the processions ~ 97 1, 45 | the cause as regards the similitude of ~its form, as fire generated 98 1, 51 | understood according to similitude through sensible figures; 99 1, 54 | be understood by ~way of similitude. Because, since sense has 100 1, 55 | since the medium is the similitude of the thing known; ~but 101 1, 55 | intellect is itself the similitude by which it understands, 102 1, 55 | understands, but because ~that similitude is its form. Now, it is 103 1, 56 | by the presence of its similitude in the power which ~knows 104 1, 58 | demons simply by way ~of similitude, forasmuch as they know 105 1, 60 | he knows another by his similitude, as was said above ~(Q[56], 106 1, 62 | knows the Word through a similitude thereof shining ~in his 107 1, 64 | the senses; but when the ~similitude of their innate intelligible 108 1, 66 | people, except under the similitude of ~well-known objects. 109 1, 67 | intentional ~being, as a similitude of color in the air. But 110 1, 73 | existed beforehand by way of similitude, as the souls now ~created. 111 1, 73 | in the ~angels by way of similitude; and that of the body in 112 1, 38 | whose nature it is to be the similitude of its ~principle, although 113 1, 39 | attributes; in one way by similitude, and thus the things which 114 1, 39 | persons manifest by way of similitude, or dissimilitude, as above ~ 115 1, 39 | Relig. 36), "is the supreme ~similitude of the principle without 116 1, 39 | is made both by reason of similitude as regards ~what exists 117 1, 41 | apply except by a kind of ~similitude. Thus, if the Son of God 118 1, 41 | sons of adoption by ~their similitude to Him, He is called the " 119 1, 45 | likeness to ~God according to similitude of species, as a man begotten 120 1, 46 | Person proceeds in perfect similitude of its principle; whereas ~ 121 1, 46 | creature proceeds in imperfect similitude. Therefore the processions ~ 122 1, 46 | the cause as regards the similitude of ~its form, as fire generated 123 1, 52 | understood according to similitude through sensible figures; 124 1, 55 | be understood by ~way of similitude. Because, since sense has 125 1, 56 | since the medium is the similitude of the thing known; ~but 126 1, 56 | intellect is itself the similitude by which it understands, 127 1, 56 | understands, but because ~that similitude is its form. Now, it is 128 1, 57 | by the presence of its similitude in the power which ~knows 129 1, 59 | demons simply by way ~of similitude, forasmuch as they know 130 1, 61 | he knows another by his similitude, as was said above ~(Q[56], 131 1, 63 | knows the Word through a similitude thereof shining ~in his 132 1, 65 | the senses; but when the ~similitude of their innate intelligible 133 1, 67 | people, except under the similitude of ~well-known objects. 134 1, 68 | intentional ~being, as a similitude of color in the air. But 135 1, 72 | existed beforehand by way of similitude, as the souls now ~created. 136 1, 72 | in the ~angels by way of similitude; and that of the body in 137 1, 83 | place through some kind of similitude, he ~thought that the form 138 1, 86 | in the intellect not by ~similitude only, like bodies; nor by 139 1, 88 | a kind of participated ~similitude of the Divine Essence. There 140 1, 88 | which is ~the object's similitude; whereas the mode is gathered 141 1, 89 | days by a certain generic similitude, so far as it has ~intellectual 142 1, 92 | solar ray has a very great similitude to the Divine goodness." ~ 143 1, 107 | higher science. By this similitude we can reckon the diversity 144 1, 107 | some way equal in a ~common similitude, whereby they are placed 145 1, 107 | union. According to this similitude, we can understand ~the 146 2, 15 | imagination apprehends the similitude of corporeal things, even 147 2, 15 | to it, gets by a kind of similitude, the name of sense, since, 148 2, 15 | faculty; but by way of similitude, in so far as it implies 149 2, 61 | tending towards the Divine similitude; and these are called ~" 150 2, 61 | attained to the Divine similitude: these are called the "perfect ~ 151 2, 89 | to the soul, by way of ~similitude. Now, just as in the body 152 2, 91 | in them, except by way of similitude.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 153 2, 14 | Para. 2/4~Now, by way of similitude to bodily sense, we speak 154 2, 51 | of the ~soul, by way of similitude to bodily movement. Now 155 2, 86 | comprehensor." By a kind of ~similitude, however, He is represented 156 2, 118 | is ~applied in Greek by a similitude to all kinds of moderation.~ 157 2, 122 | speak of martyrdom by way of similitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 158 2, 172 | conveying ~something under a similitude, and this pertains to the " 159 2, 172 | which is conveyed under the ~similitude of corporeal things, for 160 3, 3 | garment, although this similitude does not fit at all points, 161 3, 7 | and only after a certain similitude with regard to ~the certainty 162 3, 8 | Augustine here uses the similitude of cause and effect, ~i.e. 163 3, 9 | by a species, that is a ~similitude of the Divine Essence, or 164 3, 22 | guilty of a great crime: a similitude of which ~was borne by the 165 3, 62 | on Rm. 5:14: "After the similitude of the transgression ~of 166 3, 75 | may be admitted by way of similitude, ~namely, that "bread is 167 3, 75 | body of Christ," except by similitude, as was said above. ~Aquin.: 168 3, 76 | intellectual eye, so-called by similitude. But ~Christ's body as it 169 3, 79 | operate according to the similitude ~by which they signify, 170 3, 80 | who slew Christ, by way of similitude, because each is committed ~ 171 Suppl, 86| judge assessorially ~and by similitude, because he is like the


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