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 ``` Part, Question 1 1, 7 | geometrician does not need to assume a line actually ~infinite, 2 1, 20 | man. God therefore did not assume human nature ~because He 3 1, 43 | the ~Holy Ghost did not assume any visible creature; and 4 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost did ~not assume the visible creature, in 5 1, 51 | to them?~(2) Whether they assume bodies?~(3) Whether they 6 1, 51 | Para. 1/1~Whether angels assume bodies?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 51 | seem that angels do not assume bodies. For there is ~nothing 8 1, 51 | superfluous for the angels to ~assume bodies, because an angel 9 1, 51 | Therefore an angel does not assume a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 10 1, 51 | some union; because to ~assume implies a taking to oneself [ 11 1, 51 | Therefore the angels do not assume bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 12 1, 51 | Further, angels do not assume bodies from the earth or 13 1, 51 | Therefore the angels do not assume bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 14 1, 51 | maintained that the angels never assume ~bodies, but that all that 15 1, 51 | follows that they sometimes assume bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 51 | clouds. Even so the angels assume bodies of ~air, condensing 17 1, 51 | be done if they were to ~assume true men; because the properties 18 1, 43 | the ~Holy Ghost did not assume any visible creature; and 19 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost did ~not assume the visible creature, in 20 1, 52 | to them?~(2) Whether they assume bodies?~(3) Whether they 21 1, 52 | Para. 1/1~Whether angels assume bodies?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 22 1, 52 | seem that angels do not assume bodies. For there is ~nothing 23 1, 52 | superfluous for the angels to ~assume bodies, because an angel 24 1, 52 | Therefore an angel does not assume a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 25 1, 52 | some union; because to ~assume implies a taking to oneself [ 26 1, 52 | Therefore the angels do not assume bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 27 1, 52 | Further, angels do not assume bodies from the earth or 28 1, 52 | Therefore the angels do not assume bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 29 1, 52 | maintained that the angels never assume ~bodies, but that all that 30 1, 52 | follows that they sometimes assume bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 31 1, 52 | clouds. Even so the angels assume bodies of ~air, condensing 32 1, 52 | be done if they were to ~assume true men; because the properties 33 1, 113 | any form and shape, and assume it so as to appear in ~it 34 2, 100 | is only in so far as they assume the nature ~of justice, 35 2, 28 | habit, in which case they assume ~the character of a virtue.~ 36 2, 29 | good, then beneficence will assume a special character ~and 37 2, 97 | good ~end, so does a thing assume a divine character through 38 2, 128 | order, that any one should assume to do ~what is above his 39 2, 185 | under the guise of religion assume the characteristics of ~ 40 3, 1 | the ~highest good, should assume evil. Therefore it was not 41 3, 1 | uncreated spirit should assume a body.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 42 3, 1 | could be fitting to God to assume a nature created, mutable, 43 3, 1 | it did not become Him to assume the evil of ~fault.~Aquin.: 44 3, 2 | The Word of God "did not assume human nature in general, ~ 45 3, 2 | the Son of God did not ~assume human nature as it exists 46 3, 2 | whereby someone is said to assume, or the passion, whereby ~ 47 3, 2 | said to unite and not to assume. So likewise the united 48 3, 3 | inquiry:~(1) Whether to assume is befitting to a Divine 49 3, 3 | from the Personality can assume?~(4) Whether one Person 50 3, 3 | Whether one Person can assume without another? ~(5) Whether 51 3, 3 | Whether each Person can assume?~(6) Whether several Persons 52 3, 3 | Whether several Persons can assume one individual nature?~( 53 3, 3 | Whether one Person can assume two individual natures?~( 54 3, 3 | Person of the Son of God to ~assume human nature than for another 55 3, 3 | befitting for a Divine Person to assume?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q A 56 3, 3 | befitting to a Divine Person to ~assume a created nature. For a 57 3, 3 | perfect. Therefore, since ~to assume is to take to oneself, and 58 3, 3 | befitting to a ~Divine Person to assume a created nature.~Aquin.: 59 3, 3 | befitting to a Divine Person to assume, i.e. to take to Himself.~ 60 3, 3 | thing constituted should assume the constituent, since the ~ 61 3, 3 | befitting to a Person ~to assume a nature.~Aquin.: SMT TP 62 3, 3 | Person to take, i.e. to assume a nature.~Aquin.: SMT TP 63 3, 3 | term of the act, for to assume is to take something to ~ 64 3, 3 | Hence it ~is plain that to assume a nature is most properly 65 3, 3 | Divine Person is not said to assume the Divine Nature, but to 66 3, 3 | the Divine Nature, but to assume ~the human nature.~Aquin.: 67 3, 3 | to the Divine Nature to assume?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q A 68 3, 3 | to the Divine Nature to ~assume. Because, as was said above ( 69 3, 3 | was said above (A), to assume is to take to ~oneself. 70 3, 3 | to the Divine Nature to assume human ~nature.~Aquin.: SMT 71 3, 3 | to the Divine Nature to assume, it ~consequently is befitting 72 3, 3 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to assume is to act. But to act befits 73 3, 3 | agent ~acts. Therefore to assume is not befitting to the 74 3, 3 | and more properly said to assume, but it may be said ~secondarily 75 3, 3 | wisdom, and the like. But to ~assume belongs to It by reason 76 3, 3 | from the Personality can assume?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q A 77 3, 3 | mind, ~the Nature cannot assume. For it was said above ( 78 3, 3 | belongs to ~the Nature to assume by reason of the Person. 79 3, 3 | abstracted, the Nature cannot assume.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q A 80 3, 3 | the Divine Nature ~cannot assume.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q A 81 3, 3 | the Divine Nature cannot assume.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q A 82 3, 3 | Divine Nature can still assume.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q A 83 3, 3 | It may be ~understood to assume human nature by reason of 84 3, 3 | Person without another can assume a created nature?~Aquin.: 85 3, 3 | seem that one Person cannot assume a created nature ~without 86 3, 3 | have one operation. Now to ~assume is an operation. Therefore 87 3, 3 | to be incarnate, and to assume by reason ~of the Person 88 3, 3 | several Divine Persons can assume one and the same individual ~ 89 3, 3 | two Divine Persons cannot assume one and the ~same individual 90 3, 3 | the three Persons cannot assume one human nature.~Aquin.: 91 3, 3 | if three Persons were to assume one human ~nature, it would 92 3, 3 | the three Persons should assume one human ~nature.~Aquin.: 93 3, 3 | three Divine Persons ~should assume one human nature, but it 94 3, 3 | impossible for them to ~assume one human hypostasis or 95 3, 3 | several Persons cannot assume ~one and the same man to 96 3, 3 | hypothesis that three Persons assume one human ~nature, it would 97 3, 3 | Whether one Divine Person can assume two human natures?~Aquin.: 98 3, 3 | one Divine Person cannot assume two human ~natures. For 99 3, 3 | we suppose ~one Person to assume two human natures, there 100 3, 3 | for one Divine Person to assume two human natures.~Aquin.: 101 3, 3 | Incarnation the Father can still assume a human nature ~distinct 102 3, 3 | Incarnation the Son can assume another ~human nature distinct 103 3, 3 | nature as to be unable to assume another. For ~it would seem 104 3, 3 | nature as to be unable to assume ~another to its Personality; 105 3, 3 | which He has assumed, can assume another distinct ~human 106 3, 3 | the Divine Person were to ~assume two human natures, He would 107 3, 3 | Divine Persons ~were to assume one singular human nature, 108 3, 3 | Divine Person, nor would one assume the other. Hence it ~would 109 3, 3 | other Divine Person should assume human nature?~Aquin.: SMT 110 3, 4 | becoming that He should assume human nature ~abstracted 111 3, 4 | becoming that He should assume human nature in all ~its 112 3, 4 | becoming that He should assume human nature in any ~man 113 3, 4 | one of the men He ~did not assume, for with equal reason He 114 3, 4 | For the Son of God did not assume a man, so that there be 115 3, 4 | Word ~Incarnate did not assume a nature which exists in 116 3, 4 | the Son of God did not ~assume human nature, as it is separated 117 3, 4 | that He is understood to assume a human nature; and thus 118 3, 4 | and thus if He ~did not assume it in reality, this would 119 3, 4 | possible for the Son of God to assume several ~human natures, 120 3, 4 | fitting for the Son of God to assume human nature in all its ~ 121 3, 4 | the Son of ~God "did not assume human nature as a species, 122 3, 4 | as a species, nor did He assume all its ~hypostases."~Aquin.: 123 3, 4 | incarnate, so He should ~assume one human nature, so that 124 3, 4 | to ~the Divine Nature to assume by reason of the Person; 125 3, 4 | fitting for the Son of God to assume human nature of the ~stock 126 3, 4 | fitting for the Son of God to ~assume human nature of the stock 127 3, 4 | Hence, if He wished to assume human nature, He ought to ~ 128 3, 4 | Hence, if He wished to assume human nature from ~sinners, 129 3, 4 | 18): "God was able to ~assume human nature elsewhere than 130 3, 4 | God judged it better to assume ~human nature from the vanquished 131 3, 4 | not fitting that He should assume human nature in Adam himself.~ 132 3, 5 | that the Son of God did not assume a true body. For ~it is 133 3, 5 | Therefore the Son of God did not assume a true body.~Aquin.: SMT 134 3, 5 | fitting for the Son of God to ~assume human nature, He must consequently 135 3, 5 | for this ~would be to assume a body to the unity of the 136 3, 5 | Therefore it behooved Christ to ~assume such a body.~Aquin.: SMT 137 3, 5 | that the Son of God did not assume a soul. For John ~has said, 138 3, 5 | 3). Therefore He did not assume a soul.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 139 3, 5 | that the Son of God did not assume a human mind or ~intellect. 140 3, 5 | the Son of ~God did not assume a human mind.~Aquin.: SMT 141 3, 6 | that the Son of God did not assume flesh through ~the medium 142 3, 6 | the Son ~of God did not assume flesh through the medium 143 3, 6 | that the Son of God did not assume a soul through ~the medium 144 3, 6 | the Son of ~God did not assume a soul through the medium 145 3, 6 | the Son of God did not ~assume a soul through the medium 146 3, 6 | that the Son of God did not assume a soul through the medium 147 3, 9 | that the Son of God should assume, not an imperfect, but a ~ 148 3, 13 | the state of sin did He assume ~the necessity of being 149 3, 13 | will which He deigned to assume in time?"~Aquin.: SMT TP 150 3, 14 | fitting for the Son of God to assume ~flesh subject to human 151 3, 14 | Incarnation that He should assume these penalties in our flesh ~ 152 3, 14 | not fitting for Him to ~assume all human defects or infirmities. 153 3, 14 | not necessary for Him to assume them all, but only such 154 3, 27 | assumed them, He did not assume the ~fomes. Consequently 155 3, 28 | presumption ~in Joseph, to assume that he attempted to violate 156 3, 30 | invisible creature should assume a form in which to appear ~ 157 3, 31 | becoming that He should assume flesh of matter ~derived 158 3, 31 | suitable that Christ should assume that which is perfect ~in 159 3, 31 | being of the nobler sex, to ~assume, it was becoming that the 160 3, 31 | Reply OBJ 1: Christ did not assume the flesh of the human race 161 3, 39 | appear, though He did not ~assume it into unity of person. 162 3, 46 | that Christ ought not ~to assume "dishonoring afflictions." 163 3, 50 | the Son of God intended to assume; but not ~as though the 164 3, 54 | His glory that He ~should assume anything which was not to 165 3, 73 | Fide Orth. iv), "we thereby assume the ~Godhead of the Son."~ 166 Suppl, 11| say it, because he should assume that the ~intention of the 167 Suppl, 72| elemental matter were to ~assume the form of fire.~Aquin.: 168 Suppl, 72| saints in ~rising again will assume a glorified body, as evidenced ```
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