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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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paternity

    Part, Question
1 1, 13| Jesus Christ, of Whom all paternity in heaven and earth is named" ~( 2 1, 28| Further, the relation of paternity is the relation of a ~principle. 3 1, 28| a logical one. Therefore paternity in ~God is not a real relation; 4 1, 28| logical relations. Therefore paternity and filiation in God, consequent ~ 5 1, 28| is denominated only from paternity; and the ~Son only from 6 1, 28| filiation. Therefore, if no real paternity or filiation ~existed in 7 1, 28| from it corporeally. ~Thus paternity and filiation are real relations 8 1, 28| Augustine do not imply that paternity or any ~other relation which 9 1, 28| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as paternity and filiation are by name 10 1, 28| any real distinction ~of paternity and filiation.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 28| another. Likewise, although paternity, just ~as filiation, is 12 1, 28| only four real relations - paternity, filiation, ~spiration, 13 1, 28| only four real ~relations - paternity, filiation, spiration and 14 1, 28| Father to the Son, that of paternity, and from ~the Son to the 15 1, 28| living beings is ~called paternity; and the relation of the 16 1, 29| Godhead is God so the ~divine paternity is God the Father, Who is 17 1, 30| stated above (Q[28], A[4]), paternity, filiation, common spiration, 18 1, 30| same person. Since then paternity and filiation are opposite ~ 19 1, 30| Therefore the ~subsisting paternity is the person of the Father; 20 1, 30| is generation, wherefrom paternity and filiation are derived, 21 1, 30| relative opposition either to paternity or to filiation; and consequently ~ 22 1, 30| The three ~relations - paternity, filiation, and procession - 23 1, 30| it were the persons; for paternity is the ~person of the Father, 24 1, 31| abstract; for Deity is God and paternity is the Father. But the ~ 25 1, 31| because the relation of paternity is found ~also in others, 26 1, 32| proper attributes, such as paternity, ~filiation, and procession, 27 1, 32| instance, we do ~not say that paternity is wise or creates; nor 28 1, 32| example, we do not say that paternity ~begets, nor that filiation 29 1, 32| kind - so when we speak of paternity in God, we mean God the 30 1, 32| names, so that we may say paternity and ~Father.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 32| by an abstract term, as paternity ~and filiation. Therefore 32 1, 32| Hence we cannot say that paternity ~begets, or creates, or 33 1, 32| notions; for we can say ~that paternity is eternal, or immense, 34 1, 32| notions; for we can say that paternity is God, ~and that paternity 35 1, 32| paternity is God, ~and that paternity is the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 36 1, 32| there is innascibility and paternity, and common spiration. ~ 37 1, 32| so common ~spiration is paternity; which is not to be admitted. 38 1, 32| known by the notion of "paternity"; and as the Holy Ghost ~ 39 1, 32| in God: "innascibility," "paternity," ~"filiation," and "procession." 40 1, 32| i.e. constituting persons, "paternity," ~"filiation," and "procession." " 41 1, 33| all other men. Now it is paternity ~which distinguishes the 42 1, 33| this name "Father," whereby paternity is signified, is the proper ~ 43 1, 33| of being made, whereas ~paternity signifies the complement 44 1, 33| terms "generation" and "paternity" like the other terms ~properly 45 1, 33| Jesus Christ, ~from whom all paternity in heaven and on earth is 46 1, 33| generation, and consequently paternity, is applied to God before ~ 47 1, 33| the divine generation and paternity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 48 1, 33| priority of predication. But paternity and filiation seem to be 49 1, 33| every creature." Therefore paternity ~taken in a personal sense 50 1, 33| has the same concept as, ~paternity taken essentially.~Aquin.: 51 1, 33| creature ~in time. Therefore paternity in God is taken in a personal 52 1, 33| that ~the perfect idea of paternity and filiation is to be found 53 1, 33| Therefore it is plain ~that "paternity" is applied to God first, 54 1, 33| Father is known both by paternity and by common spiration, 55 1, 33| a property distinct from paternity and spiration; but would ~ 56 1, 40| person of the Father there is paternity and common spiration. Again, 57 1, 40| begets; ~but not that the paternity is begetting. Therefore 58 1, 40| the Father is Father by ~paternity. In the same way, the other 59 1, 40| subsisting persons themselves, as paternity is the Father Himself, ~ 60 1, 40| by way of the form, as ~"paternity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 61 1, 40| subsisting persons; as ~paternity is the Father, and filiation 62 1, 40| For as He is the Father by paternity, ~supposing He is some one 63 1, 40| supposing He is some one by paternity, it would follow that the 64 1, 40| Son, in ~Whom there is not paternity, would not be "someone." 65 1, 40| not be "someone." So when paternity is ~mentally abstracted 66 1, 40| Son, ~there would be no paternity in Him. Therefore, if paternity 67 1, 40| paternity in Him. Therefore, if paternity be removed, ~there still 68 1, 40| subsisting persons; thus paternity is the ~Father Himself. 69 1, 40| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By paternity the Father is not only Father, 70 1, 40| remain as unbegotten, if His paternity were removed, as if ~innascibility 71 1, 40| being is the Father. So, ~if paternity be removed, the hypostasis 72 1, 40| that generation precedes paternity in the order of intelligence.~ 73 1, 40| presupposes quantity. But ~paternity is a relation founded on 74 1, 40| of generation. Therefore ~paternity presupposes generation.~ 75 1, 40| active generation is to paternity as nativity is to ~filiation. 76 1, 40| because He is born. Therefore paternity also presupposes generation.~ 77 1, 40| person of the ~Father. But paternity constitutes the person of 78 1, 40| the order of intelligence, paternity is prior to generation.~ 79 1, 40| This objection avails of paternity as a relation, but not ~ 80 1, 41| nativity in other words ~are paternity and filiation" (Sent. i, 81 1, 41| Q[33], AA[2]~,3) that paternity, filiation and nativity 82 1, 41| both equally. For although paternity is ~signified as the form 83 1, 41| Socrates. So neither ~can paternity be understood as that by 84 1, 41| the act of ~begetting or paternity; although there is a distinction 85 1, 41| there were more than one paternity, or more than one ~filiation. 86 1, 42| relation: for when we say that ~paternity is opposed to filiation, 87 1, 42| relation mediating ~between paternity and filiation. For in both 88 1, 42| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, paternity is part of the Father's 89 1, 42| the Father's dignity. But paternity ~does not belong to the 90 1, 42| belongs to the very nature of paternity and filiation that the Son ~ 91 1, 42| God there exist real true paternity and ~filiation. Nor can 92 1, 42| great, is he?" Therefore, paternity ~is the Father's dignity, 93 1, 42| which in the Father is paternity, in the Son is filiation, 94 1, 42| which, in the Father is paternity, in the Son is ~filiation. 95 1, 42| argue - "the Father has paternity, ~therefore the Son has 96 1, 42| therefore the Son has paternity," for there is a transition 97 1, 42| very notion ~of the divine paternity and filiation requires that 98 1, 42| As the same essence is paternity in the Father, and ~filiation 99 1, 45| even in heaven there is paternity, as the Apostle ~says (Eph. 100 1, 45| Eph. 3:15): "From whom all paternity in heaven and on earth is ~ 101 1, 40| person of the Father there is paternity and common spiration. Again, 102 1, 40| begets; ~but not that the paternity is begetting. Therefore 103 1, 40| the Father is Father by ~paternity. In the same way, the other 104 1, 40| subsisting persons themselves, as paternity is the Father Himself, ~ 105 1, 40| by way of the form, as ~"paternity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 106 1, 40| subsisting persons; as ~paternity is the Father, and filiation 107 1, 40| For as He is the Father by paternity, ~supposing He is some one 108 1, 40| supposing He is some one by paternity, it would follow that the 109 1, 40| Son, in ~Whom there is not paternity, would not be "someone." 110 1, 40| not be "someone." So when paternity is ~mentally abstracted 111 1, 40| Son, ~there would be no paternity in Him. Therefore, if paternity 112 1, 40| paternity in Him. Therefore, if paternity be removed, ~there still 113 1, 40| subsisting persons; thus paternity is the ~Father Himself. 114 1, 40| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By paternity the Father is not only Father, 115 1, 40| remain as unbegotten, if His paternity were removed, as if ~innascibility 116 1, 40| being is the Father. So, ~if paternity be removed, the hypostasis 117 1, 40| that generation precedes paternity in the order of intelligence.~ 118 1, 40| presupposes quantity. But ~paternity is a relation founded on 119 1, 40| of generation. Therefore ~paternity presupposes generation.~ 120 1, 40| active generation is to paternity as nativity is to ~filiation. 121 1, 40| because He is born. Therefore paternity also presupposes generation.~ 122 1, 40| person of the ~Father. But paternity constitutes the person of 123 1, 40| the order of intelligence, paternity is prior to generation.~ 124 1, 40| This objection avails of paternity as a relation, but not ~ 125 1, 41| nativity in other words ~are paternity and filiation" (Sent. i, 126 1, 41| Q[33], AA[2]~,3) that paternity, filiation and nativity 127 1, 41| both equally. For although paternity is ~signified as the form 128 1, 41| Socrates. So neither ~can paternity be understood as that by 129 1, 41| the act of ~begetting or paternity; although there is a distinction 130 1, 41| there were more than one paternity, or more than one ~filiation. 131 1, 42| relation: for when we say that ~paternity is opposed to filiation, 132 1, 42| relation mediating ~between paternity and filiation. For in both 133 1, 42| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, paternity is part of the Father's 134 1, 42| the Father's dignity. But paternity ~does not belong to the 135 1, 42| belongs to the very nature of paternity and filiation that the Son ~ 136 1, 42| God there exist real true paternity and ~filiation. Nor can 137 1, 42| great, is he?" Therefore, paternity ~is the Father's dignity, 138 1, 42| which in the Father is paternity, in the Son is filiation, 139 1, 42| which, in the Father is paternity, in the Son is ~filiation. 140 1, 42| argue - "the Father has paternity, ~therefore the Son has 141 1, 42| therefore the Son has paternity," for there is a transition 142 1, 42| very notion ~of the divine paternity and filiation requires that 143 1, 42| As the same essence is paternity in the Father, and ~filiation 144 1, 46| even in heaven there is paternity, as the Apostle ~says (Eph. 145 1, 46| Eph. 3:15): "From whom all paternity in heaven and on earth is ~ 146 2, 2 | Christ it was not known that Paternity and ~Filiation were in the 147 3, 3 | this is threefold, viz. Paternity, Filiation and ~Procession, 148 3, 3 | without ~understanding Paternity or Filiation, which are 149 3, 20| relations, as the words 'paternity' and ~'filiation.'" Hence 150 3, 35| generation. Wherefore the ~paternity cannot differ specifically, 151 3, 35| twofold ~relation, the one of paternity, the other of motherhood,


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