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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exemplar

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1 1, 3 | as their ~efficient and exemplar cause, but not as being 2 1, 3 | Reply OBJ 2: The Word is an exemplar form; but not a form that 3 1, 5 | only, either inherent or exemplar; and its causality does ~ 4 1, 15 | things, it may be called an "exemplar," and ~belongs to practical 5 1, 15 | speculative ~knowledge also. As an exemplar, therefore, it has respect 6 1, 15 | so far ~as an idea is an "exemplar" nor as a "type."~Aquin.: 7 1, 15 | far as idea signifies an "exemplar" ~but only in so far as 8 1, 15 | far as idea denotes an "exemplar"; for genus cannot exist 9 1, 35 | properly speaking called the exemplar, and is improperly called 10 1, 44 | 3) Whether God is the exemplar cause of beings or whether 11 1, 44 | whether there are ~other exemplar causes?~(4) Whether He is 12 1, 44 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the exemplar cause is anything besides 13 1, 44 | It would seem that the exemplar cause is something besides 14 1, 44 | For the effect is like its exemplar cause. But creatures are 15 1, 44 | Therefore God is not their exemplar cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 44 | the exemplars. Therefore exemplar causes exist besides God.~ 17 1, 44 | 1/1~On the contrary, The exemplar is the same as the idea. 18 1, 44 | answer that, God is the first exemplar cause of all things. In 19 1, 44 | production of anything an ~exemplar is necessary, it is in order 20 1, 44 | matter ~by reason of the exemplar before him, whether it is 21 1, 44 | before him, whether it is the exemplar beheld ~externally, or the 22 1, 44 | beheld ~externally, or the exemplar interiorily conceived in 23 1, 44 | have ~called ideas - i.e. exemplar forms existing in the divine 24 1, 44 | God Himself is the first exemplar of all things. ~Moreover, 25 1, 44 | created one may be called the exemplar of another by ~the reason 26 1, 44 | God is the efficient, the exemplar and the final ~cause of 27 1, 46 | reason of His goodness, the ~exemplar cause by reason of His wisdom, 28 1, 46 | reason of power, so ~the exemplar principle is appropriated 29 1, 47 | representation is assimilated to its exemplar. But God is the exemplar 30 1, 47 | exemplar. But God is the exemplar cause of His effect, as 31 1, 47 | representation which ~reflects the exemplar perfectly, and which is 32 1, 47 | creature represents the first exemplar perfectly, which is the ~ 33 1, 47 | from the unity of the exemplar, ~proves the unity of the 34 1, 48 | according as one ~is the end and exemplar of the other. But, as was 35 1, 50 | substances cannot be the exemplar species of these sensible 36 1, 55 | there either by way of an exemplar, so that the likeness is 37 1, 45 | 3) Whether God is the exemplar cause of beings or whether 38 1, 45 | whether there are ~other exemplar causes?~(4) Whether He is 39 1, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the exemplar cause is anything besides 40 1, 45 | It would seem that the exemplar cause is something besides 41 1, 45 | For the effect is like its exemplar cause. But creatures are 42 1, 45 | Therefore God is not their exemplar cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 43 1, 45 | the exemplars. Therefore exemplar causes exist besides God.~ 44 1, 45 | 1/1~On the contrary, The exemplar is the same as the idea. 45 1, 45 | answer that, God is the first exemplar cause of all things. In 46 1, 45 | production of anything an ~exemplar is necessary, it is in order 47 1, 45 | matter ~by reason of the exemplar before him, whether it is 48 1, 45 | before him, whether it is the exemplar beheld ~externally, or the 49 1, 45 | beheld ~externally, or the exemplar interiorily conceived in 50 1, 45 | have ~called ideas - i.e. exemplar forms existing in the divine 51 1, 45 | God Himself is the first exemplar of all things. ~Moreover, 52 1, 45 | created one may be called the exemplar of another by ~the reason 53 1, 45 | God is the efficient, the exemplar and the final ~cause of 54 1, 47 | reason of His goodness, the ~exemplar cause by reason of His wisdom, 55 1, 47 | reason of power, so ~the exemplar principle is appropriated 56 1, 48 | representation is assimilated to its exemplar. But ~God is the exemplar 57 1, 48 | exemplar. But ~God is the exemplar cause of His effect, as 58 1, 48 | representation which ~reflects the exemplar perfectly, and which is 59 1, 48 | creature represents the first exemplar perfectly, which is the ~ 60 1, 48 | from the unity of the exemplar, ~proves the unity of the 61 1, 49 | according as one ~is the end and exemplar of the other. But, as was 62 1, 51 | substances cannot be the exemplar species of these sensible 63 1, 56 | there either by way of an exemplar, so that the likeness is 64 1, 87 | known in the image is the exemplar to ~which it is made. But 65 1, 92 | copied from God as from an exemplar; yet this likeness is not 66 1, 92 | of ~equality, for such an exemplar infinitely excels its copy. 67 1, 92 | creature is an image of the exemplar type thereof ~in the Divine 68 1, 92 | preposition 'to' may point to the exemplar cause, as when we say, ~" 69 1, 92 | as image ~is put for the exemplar. Or, as some say, the Divine 70 1, 105 | either as ~the image from the exemplar, forasmuch as it is made 71 2 | we have treated of ~the exemplar, i.e. God, and of those 72 2, 61 | perfecting, perfect, ~and exemplar virtues?~Aquin.: SMT FS 73 2, 61 | perfecting, perfect, and exemplar virtues?~Aquin.: SMT FS 74 2, 61 | unfittingly divided ~into exemplar virtues, perfecting virtues, 75 2, 61 | Super Somn. Scip. 1), the "exemplar ~virtues are such as exist 76 2, 61 | these virtues cannot be ~exemplar.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[61] A[ 77 2, 61 | and fourthly, there are exemplar virtues.'" [*Cf. Chrysostom' 78 2, 61 | aright." Consequently the exemplar of ~human virtue must needs 79 2, 61 | God, and thus we speak of "exemplar" virtues: so that in ~God 80 2, 61 | or human virtues, and the exemplar virtues ~which are Divine. 81 2, 61 | the fourth kind," viz. the exemplar virtues. ~It may also be 82 2, 62 | Himself. Hence they are not exemplar but exemplate ~virtues.~ 83 2, 93 | art is called the art or exemplar of the ~products of that 84 2, 93 | has ~the character of art, exemplar or idea; so the type of 85 2, 22 | form of a thing is either exemplar or essential. Now charity ~ 86 2, 22 | Now charity ~is not the exemplar form of the other virtues, 87 2, 22 | virtues not as ~being their exemplar or their essential form, 88 2, 26 | goodness, which is itself the exemplar of all other good things; ~ 89 3, 3 | i.e. his concept, is an exemplar likeness of ~whatever is 90 3, 3 | eternal ~concept, is the exemplar likeness of all creatures. 91 3, 23 | author; to the Son, ~as its exemplar; to the Holy Ghost, as imprinting 92 3, 23 | us the likeness of ~this exemplar.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] A[ 93 3, 24 | His predestination is the exemplar of ours?~(4) Whether it 94 3, 24 | s predestination is the exemplar of ours?~Aquin.: SMT TP 95 3, 24 | predestination is not the exemplar of ~ours. For the exemplar 96 3, 24 | exemplar of ~ours. For the exemplar exists before the exemplate. 97 3, 24 | predestination is not the exemplar of ours.~Aquin.: SMT TP 98 3, 24 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the exemplar leads us to knowledge of 99 3, 24 | predestination is not the ~exemplar of ours.~Aquin.: SMT TP 100 3, 24 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the exemplar is conformed to the exemplate. 101 3, 24 | predestination is not the exemplar of ours.~Aquin.: SMT TP 102 3, 24 | pertain to ~the nature of an exemplar. Therefore Christ's predestination 103 3, 24 | s predestination is the ~exemplar of ours. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 104 3, 24 | cannot be said to be the exemplar of ours: for in the same 105 3, 24 | s predestination is the exemplar of ~ours, and this in two 106 3, 24 | not be conformed to the exemplar in all ~respects: it is 107 3, 25 | the prototype," i.e. the ~exemplar. But the exemplar itself - 108 3, 25 | i.e. the ~exemplar. But the exemplar itself - namely, Christ - 109 3, 25 | an image reflects on its exemplar: because the image ~itself, 110 3, 28 | Christ was to appear as an ~exemplar. Whence Augustine says ( 111 3, 39 | Christ's baptism, as in an exemplar. But in our baptism no ~ 112 3, 39 | s baptism, which was the exemplar ~of ours. Now the baptism 113 3, 53 | so as the beginning and ~exemplar of all good things.~Aquin.: 114 3, 54 | His ~Resurrection was the exemplar and the cause of ours, as 115 3, 54 | than the effect, ~and the exemplar than the exemplate; much 116 3, 56 | it would be either the exemplar, or the ~efficient, or the 117 3, 56 | cause. Now it is not the exemplar cause; ~because it is God 118 3, 56 | no ~need to look at any exemplar cause outside Himself. In 119 3, 56 | cause, but the efficient and exemplar cause of our ~resurrection. 120 3, 56 | most perfect is always the exemplar, which the less perfect ~ 121 3, 56 | Christ's Resurrection is the ~exemplar of ours. And this is necessary, 122 3, 56 | rose ~again, who needs no exemplar, but on the part of them 123 3, 56 | life: but considered as exemplar causes, Christ's death - 124 3, 56 | In like fashion it is an exemplar cause with ~regard to the 125 Suppl, 40| pre-exist in ~God as their exemplar, so was Christ the exemplar 126 Suppl, 40| exemplar, so was Christ the exemplar of all ecclesiastical ~offices. 127 Suppl, 73| an efficient, but also an exemplar cause in ~relation to that 128 Suppl, 74| Christ's resurrection is an exemplar of ours, and through our 129 Suppl, 74| others as ~though they were exemplar and the others exemplate, 130 Suppl, 74| Christ's resurrection is the exemplar of ours. Now ~Christ's resurrection 131 Suppl, 75| Christ's resurrection is the exemplar of ours. Yet His resurrection 132 Suppl, 75| Christ's resurrection is the exemplar of ours as to the ~term " 133 Suppl, 93| likeness to God." Therefore the exemplar of virginity is in God. ~ 134 Suppl, 93| some way virginity has its exemplar in God, ~that exemplar is 135 Suppl, 93| its exemplar in God, ~that exemplar is not homogeneous. For


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