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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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clarity

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1 1, 39 | lastly, ~"brightness" or "clarity," whence things are called 2 1, 39 | lastly, ~"brightness" or "clarity," whence things are called 3 1, 93 | some perfections, such as clarity, ~were lacking in the bodily 4 1, 107 | consider in fire the quality of clarity, or brightness; which signifies ~ 5 2, 130 | Glory signifies a certain clarity, wherefore Augustine ~says ( 6 2, 130 | as to be clarified." Now clarity and comeliness imply a certain 7 2, 140 | 1]), and glory ~denotes clarity (Q[103], A[1], ad 3). Accordingly 8 2, 140 | most repugnant to man's clarity or beauty; inasmuch as the ~ 9 2, 140 | reason ~from which all the clarity and beauty of virtue arises: 10 2, 142 | to a person, just as the clarity of glory consists ~in a 11 2, 143 | beauty requires a certain clarity, which is ~characteristic 12 2, 143 | from the concurrence of clarity and ~due proportion. For 13 2, 143 | cause of the harmony and clarity of the universe." Hence 14 2, 143 | together with a certain clarity of color. In like manner 15 2, 143 | respect ~of the spiritual clarity of reason. Now this is what 16 2, 143 | praised, a person acquires ~clarity in the eyes of others. Wherefore, 17 2, 170 | imaginative power, and the clarity of his understanding.~Aquin.: 18 2, 173 | certain reflection of His clarity." But ~Augustine clearly 19 2, 178 | consists in a ~certain clarity and due proportion. Now 20 2, 178 | transformed into ~the same clarity [*Vulg.: 'into the same 21 3, 45 | transfigured?~(2) Whether the clarity of the transfiguration was 22 3, 45 | transfiguration was the clarity of glory?~(3) Of the witnesses 23 3, 45 | species of quality, whereas ~clarity is in the third, since it 24 3, 45 | Therefore ~Christ's assuming clarity should not be called a transfiguration.~ 25 3, 45 | agility, subtlety, and ~clarity. Therefore His transfiguration 26 3, 45 | consisted in an ~assumption of clarity rather than of the other 27 3, 45 | disciples the glory of His clarity (which ~is to be transfigured), 28 3, 45 | to the figure. Now the clarity, just as the color, of a 29 3, 45 | consequently the assumption of clarity ~is called transfiguration.~ 30 3, 45 | 3: Of those four gifts, clarity alone is a quality of the ~ 31 3, 45 | but only on account of clarity, which pertains to the ~ 32 3, 45 | Para. 1/1~Whether this clarity was the clarity of glory?~ 33 3, 45 | Whether this clarity was the clarity of glory?~Aquin.: SMT TP 34 3, 45 | It would seem that this clarity was not the clarity of glory. 35 3, 45 | this clarity was not the clarity of glory. For ~a gloss of 36 3, 45 | state of immortality, but clarity ~like to that of future 37 3, 45 | future immortality." But the clarity of glory is the ~clarity 38 3, 45 | clarity of glory is the ~clarity of immortality. Therefore 39 3, 45 | immortality. Therefore the clarity which Christ showed to His ~ 40 3, 45 | His ~disciples was not the clarity of glory.~Aquin.: SMT TP 41 3, 45 | Therefore this was not ~the clarity of beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 42 3, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the clarity of glory is only in a human 43 3, 45 | a human body. But this ~clarity of the transfiguration was 44 3, 45 | seems that this was not the clarity of glory.~Aquin.: SMT TP 45 3, 45 | 1/2~I answer that, The clarity which Christ assumed in 46 3, 45 | transfiguration ~was the clarity of glory as to its essence, 47 3, 45 | mode of ~being. For the clarity of the glorified body is 48 3, 45 | And in like manner the ~clarity of Christ's body in His 49 3, 45 | And this He did, as to clarity, in His transfiguration, ~ 50 3, 45 | glorified body. For the clarity of the soul ~overflows into 51 3, 45 | Christ's transfiguration clarity overflowed from His Godhead 52 3, 45 | Christ assumed the gift of clarity in the ~transfiguration, 53 3, 45 | quoted prove, not that the clarity of Christ was ~not that 54 3, 45 | but that it was not the clarity of a glorified body, ~since 55 3, 45 | overflow ~as to the gift of clarity and not as to that of impassibility.~ 56 3, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This clarity is said to have been imaginary, 57 3, 45 | it were not really the clarity of glory, but because it 58 3, 45 | Reply OBJ 3: Just as the clarity which was in Christ's body 59 3, 45 | representation of His body's future clarity, so the clarity which was 60 3, 45 | s future clarity, so the clarity which was in ~His garments 61 3, 45 | garments signified the future clarity of the saints, which will 62 3, 45 | the height of heavenly ~clarity all the saints will cling 63 3, 45 | fittingly ~that it signifies the clarity of the world redeemed, which 64 3, 45 | the world redeemed, which clarity will ~cover the saints as 65 3, 45 | acquire grace, while the clarity of the glory to come was ~ 66 3, 45 | will He give His elect the clarity of glory and ~refreshment 67 3, 54 | He received the glory of clarity in the ~Resurrection: accordingly 68 3, 55 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, clarity seems to be the principal 69 3, 55 | disciples in that condition of clarity, because their eyes could 70 3, 81 | walked dryshod upon the sea; clarity, in the Transfiguration; 71 Suppl, 79| their ~agility; (4) their clarity. Under the first head there 72 Suppl, 79| condivided with the gift of clarity. Now the ~latter will not 73 Suppl, 79| body will be ~endowed with clarity. Therefore it will not receive 74 Suppl, 79| appear in the mirror. But the clarity of a glorified body does 75 Suppl, 79| consequently the greatness of clarity in the pupil renders ~the 76 Suppl, 80| of nature, even ~as the clarity of glory surpasses the clarity 77 Suppl, 80| clarity of glory surpasses the clarity of the sun, which is the ~ 78 Suppl, 82| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE CLARITY OF THE BEATIFIED BODIES ( 79 Suppl, 82| We must now consider the clarity of the beatified bodies 80 Suppl, 82| 1) Whether there will be clarity in the glorified bodies?~( 81 Suppl, 82| bodies?~(2) Whether this clarity will be visible to the non-glorified 82 Suppl, 82| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether clarity is becoming to the glorified 83 Suppl, 82| OBJ 1: It would seem that clarity is unbecoming to the glorified 84 Suppl, 82| 4: Further, if there be clarity in the glorified bodies, 85 Suppl, 82| a greater disposition to clarity than another, for instance ~ 86 Suppl, 82| glory," which refers to clarity, as evidenced by the previous ~ 87 Suppl, 82| bodies is compared to the clarity ~of the stars. Therefore 88 Suppl, 82| promise. But the cause of this clarity is ~ascribed by some to 89 Suppl, 82| better to say that this clarity will ~result from the overflow 90 Suppl, 82| the recipient. ~Wherefore clarity which in the soul is spiritual 91 Suppl, 82| according to the greater clarity of ~the soul by reason of 92 Suppl, 82| will the body differ in ~clarity, as the Apostle affirms ( 93 Suppl, 82| speaking of a body that has clarity through the ~nature of its 94 Suppl, 82| glorified body will have clarity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] A[ 95 Suppl, 82| body to gold on account of ~clarity, and to crystal on account 96 Suppl, 82| owing to the fact that ~the clarity of that body results from 97 Suppl, 82| transparency. Then, however, clarity will ~result from another 98 Suppl, 82| addition to this it will ~have clarity resulting from the soul' 99 Suppl, 82| Reply OBJ 4: Even as the clarity of glory will overflow from 100 Suppl, 82| different parts should have clarity in different ways, according 101 Suppl, 82| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the clarity of the glorified body is 102 Suppl, 82| It would seem that the clarity of the glorified body is 103 Suppl, 82| proportionate to see the ~clarity of glory, since this differs 104 Suppl, 82| differs generically from the clarity of ~nature. Therefore the 105 Suppl, 82| of ~nature. Therefore the clarity of the glorified body will 106 Suppl, 82| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the clarity of the glorified body will 107 Suppl, 82| will be greater than ~the clarity of the sun is now, since 108 Suppl, 82| the sun is now, since the clarity of the sun also will ~then 109 Suppl, 82| according to Is. 30:26, and the clarity ~of the glorified body will 110 Suppl, 82| world will receive greater clarity. Now a ~non-glorified eye 111 Suppl, 82| of the greatness of its clarity. Therefore still less will 112 Suppl, 82| be able to ~gaze on the clarity of a glorified body.~Aquin.: 113 Suppl, 82| lesion to the eye. But the ~clarity of a glorified body that 114 Suppl, 82| without witnessing its ~clarity. Therefore this clarity 115 Suppl, 82| clarity. Therefore this clarity will be invisible to a non-glorified 116 Suppl, 82| says: "It will be like the clarity which He had in the ~Transfiguration." 117 Suppl, 82| Transfiguration." Now this clarity was seen by the non-glorified 118 Suppl, 82| disciples. Therefore the clarity of the glorified body will 119 Suppl, 82| unless they gazed on their clarity. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 120 Suppl, 82| Some have asserted that the clarity of the glorified body ~will 121 Suppl, 82| impossible, unless this clarity were so named equivocally, ~ 122 Suppl, 82| Hence we must say that the clarity of a glorified ~body is 123 Suppl, 82| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The clarity of glory will differ generically 124 Suppl, 82| differ generically from the ~clarity of nature, as to its cause, 125 Suppl, 82| species. Hence just ~as the clarity of nature is, by reason 126 Suppl, 82| the sight, so too will the clarity of glory be.~Aquin.: SMT 127 Suppl, 82| of the soul. Now ~intense clarity does not disturb the sight, 128 Suppl, 82| 3m.] Hence, though the clarity of a glorified body ~surpasses 129 Suppl, 82| glorified body ~surpasses the clarity of the sun, it does not 130 Suppl, 82| soothes it: wherefore this clarity is compared to the ~jasper-stone ( 131 Suppl, 82| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The clarity of the glorified body results 132 Suppl, 82| glorified body to show forth its clarity or to hide it: and this 133 Suppl, 82| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This clarity will be obedient to the 134 Suppl, 87| unproportionate to see the clarity of a ~glorified body. Therefore 135 Suppl, 88| will receive an additional clarity?~(5) Whether the animals 136 Suppl, 88| in themselves a certain ~clarity of glory. Hence though part 137 Suppl, 89| it will be endowed with clarity even ~as Christ's body, 138 Suppl, 90| him capable of the Divine ~clarity, on the increase of which 139 Suppl, 92| is elicited, namely the clarity of glory, by which the soul


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