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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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appropriated

    Part, Question
1 1, 16 | perhaps in so far as truth is ~appropriated to the Son, Who has a principle. 2 1, 32 | the ~essential attributes appropriated to the persons, as power 3 1, 32 | all things, and which is appropriated to the Son. And although 4 1, 32 | although they knew ~these were appropriated to the three persons, yet 5 1, 32 | deviated from the goodness appropriated to the Holy Ghost, ~in that 6 1, 37 | essential ~Love," which is appropriated to the Holy Ghost. Others 7 1, 39 | essential attributes can be appropriated to the persons?~(8) Which 8 1, 39 | Which attributes should be appropriated to each person?~Aquin.: 9 1, 39 | essential names should be appropriated to the persons?~Aquin.: 10 1, 39 | essential names should not be appropriated ~to the persons. For whatever 11 1, 39 | person to whom they are appropriated or that they ~belong to 12 1, 39 | attributes should not be appropriated to the persons.~Aquin.: 13 1, 39 | abstract, are not to be appropriated to the persons.~Aquin.: 14 1, 39 | property is prior to the appropriated, for property is ~included 15 1, 39 | included in the idea of the appropriated. But the essential attributes, ~ 16 1, 39 | attributes are not to ~be appropriated to the persons.~Aquin.: 17 1, 39 | essential attributes should be appropriated to the persons. For although ~ 18 1, 39 | belong to ~the intellect are appropriated to the Son, Who proceeds 19 1, 39 | dissimilitude; as power is ~appropriated to the Father, as Augustine 20 1, 39 | essential attributes are not appropriated to the ~persons as if they 21 1, 39 | essential attributes were appropriated to the ~persons as exclusively 22 1, 39 | nevertheless, so ~far as it is appropriated, there is nothing to prevent 23 1, 39 | being prior to that which is appropriated. Thus color is ~posterior 24 1, 39 | essential attributes are appropriated to the persons in a ~fitting 25 1, 39 | essential attributes are appropriated to ~the persons unfittingly 26 1, 39 | He also designates three appropriated terms. ~For he appropriates " 27 1, 39 | operation ~are not found to be appropriated to any person. Therefore 28 1, 39 | terms ~are not fittingly appropriated to the persons.~Aquin.: 29 1, 39 | denomination from what is appropriated to ~another. For the Father 30 1, 39 | therefore, are not fittingly appropriated to the ~Persons.~Aquin.: 31 1, 39 | strength is found ~to be appropriated to the Son, according to 32 1, 39 | 24). So it is likewise ~appropriated to the Holy Ghost, according 33 1, 39 | Therefore ~power should not be appropriated to the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 34 1, 39 | relation ~of cause should be appropriated to the Father, Who is "the 35 1, 39 | OBJ 5: Likewise, Truth is appropriated to the Son, according to 36 1, 39 | to the Son, and are not appropriated. ~For "truth," according 37 1, 39 | according to which "eternity" is appropriated to the Father, "species" 38 1, 39 | use" are attributed or appropriated to ~the persons, but not 39 1, 39 | and for this ~reason it is appropriated to the Father, to Whom any 40 1, 39 | another. So equality is appropriated to the Son, Who is the ~" 41 1, 39 | of two; and is ~therefore appropriated to the Holy Ghost, inasmuch 42 1, 39 | the wall." "Strength" is appropriated to the Son and to the ~Holy 43 1, 39 | active power; hence it is appropriated to ~the Father in the same 44 1, 39 | word "by" is not always appropriated to the Son, but ~belongs 45 1, 39 | Hence, as wisdom and art are appropriated to ~the Son, so also is 46 1, 39 | expression "in ~Him" should be appropriated to the Son. In another sense 47 1, 39 | expression ~"in Him" is appropriated to the Holy Ghost, as likewise 48 1, 39 | the first of causes) be ~appropriated to the Father, Who is "the 49 1, 39 | above (Q[16], A[1]), it is ~appropriated to the Son, without, however, 50 1, 39 | Augustine belongs to truth as ~appropriated to the Son. The "book of 51 1, 39 | life. ~Consequently, it is appropriated to the Son; although life 52 1, 39 | the Son; although life is ~appropriated to the Holy Ghost, as implying 53 1, 39 | expression "Who is" is appropriated to the person of the Son, 54 1, 43 | own particular nature, are appropriated in a certain way ~to the 55 1, 45 | some essential attribute appropriated to some one Person, this 56 1, 45 | ad 3), to the Father is appropriated power which is chiefly ~ 57 1, 45 | Creator. To the Son is appropriated wisdom, through which the ~ 58 1, 45 | And to the Holy Ghost is appropriated goodness, to ~which belong 59 1, 46 | efficient principle is appropriated to the Father by reason 60 1, 46 | the exemplar principle is appropriated to the Son by reason of 61 1, 47 | Doctr. Christ. i, 5), is appropriated unity, the Son ~proceeds 62 1, 47 | Son ~proceeds to Whom is appropriated equality, and then from 63 1, 37 | essential ~Love," which is appropriated to the Holy Ghost. Others 64 1, 39 | essential attributes can be appropriated to the persons?~(8) Which 65 1, 39 | Which attributes should be appropriated to each person?~Aquin.: 66 1, 39 | essential names should be appropriated to the persons?~Aquin.: 67 1, 39 | essential names should not be appropriated ~to the persons. For whatever 68 1, 39 | person to whom they are appropriated or that they ~belong to 69 1, 39 | attributes should not be appropriated to the persons.~Aquin.: 70 1, 39 | abstract, are not to be appropriated to the persons.~Aquin.: 71 1, 39 | property is prior to the appropriated, for property is ~included 72 1, 39 | included in the idea of the appropriated. But the essential attributes, ~ 73 1, 39 | attributes are not to ~be appropriated to the persons.~Aquin.: 74 1, 39 | essential attributes should be appropriated to the persons. For although ~ 75 1, 39 | belong to ~the intellect are appropriated to the Son, Who proceeds 76 1, 39 | dissimilitude; as power is ~appropriated to the Father, as Augustine 77 1, 39 | essential attributes are not appropriated to the ~persons as if they 78 1, 39 | essential attributes were appropriated to the ~persons as exclusively 79 1, 39 | nevertheless, so ~far as it is appropriated, there is nothing to prevent 80 1, 39 | being prior to that which is appropriated. Thus color is ~posterior 81 1, 39 | essential attributes are appropriated to the persons in a ~fitting 82 1, 39 | essential attributes are appropriated to ~the persons unfittingly 83 1, 39 | He also designates three appropriated terms. ~For he appropriates " 84 1, 39 | operation ~are not found to be appropriated to any person. Therefore 85 1, 39 | terms ~are not fittingly appropriated to the persons.~Aquin.: 86 1, 39 | denomination from what is appropriated to ~another. For the Father 87 1, 39 | therefore, are not fittingly appropriated to the ~Persons.~Aquin.: 88 1, 39 | strength is found ~to be appropriated to the Son, according to 89 1, 39 | 24). So it is likewise ~appropriated to the Holy Ghost, according 90 1, 39 | Therefore ~power should not be appropriated to the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 91 1, 39 | relation ~of cause should be appropriated to the Father, Who is "the 92 1, 39 | OBJ 5: Likewise, Truth is appropriated to the Son, according to 93 1, 39 | to the Son, and are not appropriated. ~For "truth," according 94 1, 39 | according to which "eternity" is appropriated to the Father, "species" 95 1, 39 | use" are attributed or appropriated to ~the persons, but not 96 1, 39 | and for this ~reason it is appropriated to the Father, to Whom any 97 1, 39 | another. So equality is appropriated to the Son, Who is the ~" 98 1, 39 | of two; and is ~therefore appropriated to the Holy Ghost, inasmuch 99 1, 39 | the wall." "Strength" is appropriated to the Son and to the ~Holy 100 1, 39 | active power; hence it is appropriated to ~the Father in the same 101 1, 39 | word "by" is not always appropriated to the Son, but ~belongs 102 1, 39 | Hence, as wisdom and art are appropriated to ~the Son, so also is 103 1, 39 | expression "in ~Him" should be appropriated to the Son. In another sense 104 1, 39 | expression ~"in Him" is appropriated to the Holy Ghost, as likewise 105 1, 39 | the first of causes) be ~appropriated to the Father, Who is "the 106 1, 39 | above (Q[16], A[1]), it is ~appropriated to the Son, without, however, 107 1, 39 | Augustine belongs to truth as ~appropriated to the Son. The "book of 108 1, 39 | life. ~Consequently, it is appropriated to the Son; although life 109 1, 39 | the Son; although life is ~appropriated to the Holy Ghost, as implying 110 1, 39 | expression "Who is" is appropriated to the person of the Son, 111 1, 43 | own particular nature, are appropriated in a certain way ~to the 112 1, 46 | some essential attribute appropriated to some one Person, this 113 1, 46 | ad 3), to the Father is appropriated power which is chiefly ~ 114 1, 46 | Creator. To the Son is appropriated wisdom, through which the ~ 115 1, 46 | And to the Holy Ghost is appropriated goodness, to ~which belong 116 1, 47 | efficient principle is appropriated to the Father by reason 117 1, 47 | the exemplar principle is appropriated to the Son by reason of 118 1, 48 | Doctr. Christ. i, 5), is appropriated unity, the Son ~proceeds 119 1, 48 | Son ~proceeds to Whom is appropriated equality, and then from 120 1, 107 | common names should not be appropriated to individuals. ~Therefore 121 2, 2 | name of pleasure has been appropriated to them" (Ethic. vii, 13), ~ 122 2, 61 | They may, however, ~be appropriated to them, in the way above 123 2, 93 | name in God: yet it is appropriated to the Son, on account of 124 2, 106 | intent ~on wisdom (which is appropriated to the Son) hold a prominent 125 2, 1 | Ghost, so too is ~something appropriated to the Person of the Son, 126 2, 1 | place is given to a work ~appropriated to the Father, viz. the 127 2, 1 | creation, and likewise, a work ~appropriated to the Holy Ghost, viz. 128 2, 1 | should contain some work appropriated to ~the Son in respect of 129 2, 1 | gift of charity, which is ~appropriated to the Holy Ghost, and by 130 2, 1 | gift of wisdom, which is ~appropriated to the Son: so that each 131 2, 9 | common ~name of the genus is appropriated for those things which fall 132 2, 9 | certitude of judgment, ~and appropriated to the judgment which is 133 2, 13 | against that good which is ~appropriated to the Holy Ghost: because 134 2, 13 | Ghost: because goodness is appropriated to the ~Holy Ghost, just 135 2, 13 | Holy Ghost, just a power is appropriated to the Father, and wisdom 136 2, 47 | intellectual ~virtue, should not be appropriated to one of them. But docility 137 2, 64 | secretly. Therefore the ~thing appropriated is said to be taken by force, 138 2, 77 | aspect, ~by which they are appropriated to justice. The reason why 139 2, 158 | to many it is sometimes appropriated ~to those of the lowest 140 2, 158 | common name of angel is ~appropriated to the lowest order of angels. 141 2, 158 | in common, is specially appropriated to the ~virtue which prescribes 142 3, 3 | the power of creation is appropriated to the ~Father. Therefore 143 3, 3 | But power and wisdom are ~appropriated to the Son, according to 144 3, 23 | to the ~whole Trinity, is appropriated to the Father as its author; 145 3, 58 | Son, to whom equality is ~appropriated; thus Augustine says (De 146 Suppl, 15| a kind of likeness, is ~appropriated to some particular kind 147 Suppl, 17| since the will, which is ~appropriated to the Holy Ghost, requires 148 Suppl, 72| the name of "virtues" is appropriated to one order, which according 149 Suppl, 92| Persons, it may be in a manner appropriated to each Person. To the Person ~ 150 Suppl, 92| relation to creatures is also appropriated to Him, so that He is ~Father 151 Suppl, 92| bride. To the Son it is appropriated, ~inasmuch as it is made


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