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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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notional

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1 1, 36| more fittingly signify the notional acts than the relations; 2 1, 37| the term "to speak" is a notional term as importing the ~relation 3 1, 37| person and "to love" is a notional term, as "to speak" and " 4 1, 37| which is to take love as a notional term; because He loves essentially 5 1, 37| the Holy Ghost; for no ~notional act is reflected back on 6 1, 37| to love" is taken in a notional sense. Again, the love ~ 7 1, 37| term Love is taken in a notional sense it means nothing else ~ 8 1, 37| essentially, but also in a notional ~sense; and in this way, 9 1, 37| begets," ~this imports only a notional act. Hence we cannot say 10 1, 37| the speaking," as by a notional act; forasmuch as "to speak" 11 1, 37| Likewise to love, taken in a notional sense, means to produce 12 1, 37| and by Love itself as a notional act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] 13 1, 37| explained, to love, taken in a ~notional sense, not only imports 14 1, 39| the properties, and to the notional acts; and of the comparison 15 1, 39| the singular? ~(4) Whether notional adjectives, or verbs, or 16 1, 39| cannot by reason ~of the notional predicate, stand for person.~ 17 1, 39| but by reason ~of some notional adjunct are made to stand 18 1, 39| generates," by reason of the notional act this name "God" stands 19 1, 39| in the substantive. But notional and personal ~adjectives 20 1, 39| terms, ~whether personal or notional, cannot be predicated of 21 1, 40| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Notional participles and verbs signify 22 1, 40| participles and verbs signify the notional acts: ~and acts belong to 23 1, 40| signification is against notional participles and verbs being 24 1, 40| properties presuppose the notional acts?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] 25 1, 40| It would seem that the notional acts are understood before 26 1, 40| understanding follow upon the notional acts, so ~that we can say, 27 1, 40| spiration, taken for the ~notional act, is attributed to the 28 1, 40| person ~originating; as the notional act of spiration precedes, 29 1, 40| intelligence it presupposes the notional act, for relation, as such, 30 1, 40| the person; ~and thus the notional act presupposes the relation, 31 1, 41| PERSONS IN REFERENCE TO THE NOTIONAL ACTS (SIX ARTICLES)~We now 32 1, 41| persons in reference to the notional acts, ~concerning which 33 1, 41| inquiry arise:~(1) Whether the notional acts are to be attributed 34 1, 41| exists a power as regards the notional acts?~(5) What this power 35 1, 41| persons can be the term of one notional act?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 36 1, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the notional acts are to be attributed 37 1, 41| It would seem that the notional acts are not to be attributed 38 1, 41| in addition ~to these, notional acts are not to be attributed 39 1, 41| God. Therefore neither are notional acts to ~be placed in God.~ 40 1, 41| beget the Son." Therefore notional acts ~are to be placed in 41 1, 41| persons, we must attribute ~notional acts to the persons.~Aquin.: 42 1, 41| of this origin are called notional; because the notions of 43 1, 41| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The notional acts differ from the relations 44 1, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the notional acts are voluntary?~Aquin.: 45 1, 41| It would seem that the notional acts are voluntary. For 46 1, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the notional acts proceed from something?~ 47 1, 41| It would seem that the notional acts do not proceed from ~ 48 1, 41| power in respect of the notional acts?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 49 1, 41| power in respect of the ~notional acts. For every kind of 50 1, 41| power ~in respect of the notional acts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 51 1, 41| Therefore, as ~regards the notional acts, whereby the divine 52 1, 41| exist in reference to the notional acts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 53 1, 41| exists in God regarding the notional acts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 54 1, 41| 1~I answer that, As the notional acts exist in God, so must 55 1, 41| As a person, according to notional acts, does not proceed ~ 56 1, 41| power in God as regards the notional acts has no ~reference to 57 1, 41| which He is ~principle by a notional act. But in God the distinction 58 1, 41| persons can be the term of one notional act?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 59 1, 41| 1: It would seem that a notional act can be directed to several ~ 60 1, 41| Father, by reason of the notional term added. ~But if the 61 1, 37| the term "to speak" is a notional term as importing the ~relation 62 1, 37| person and "to love" is a notional term, as "to speak" and " 63 1, 37| which is to take love as a notional term; because He loves essentially 64 1, 37| the Holy Ghost; for no ~notional act is reflected back on 65 1, 37| to love" is taken in a notional sense. Again, the love ~ 66 1, 37| term Love is taken in a notional sense it means nothing else ~ 67 1, 37| essentially, but also in a notional ~sense; and in this way, 68 1, 37| begets," ~this imports only a notional act. Hence we cannot say 69 1, 37| the speaking," as by a notional act; forasmuch as "to speak" 70 1, 37| Likewise to love, taken in a notional sense, means to produce 71 1, 37| and by Love itself as a notional act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] 72 1, 37| explained, to love, taken in a ~notional sense, not only imports 73 1, 39| the properties, and to the notional acts; and of the comparison 74 1, 39| the singular? ~(4) Whether notional adjectives, or verbs, or 75 1, 39| cannot by reason ~of the notional predicate, stand for person.~ 76 1, 39| but by reason ~of some notional adjunct are made to stand 77 1, 39| generates," by reason of the notional act this name "God" stands 78 1, 39| in the substantive. But notional and personal ~adjectives 79 1, 39| terms, ~whether personal or notional, cannot be predicated of 80 1, 40| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Notional participles and verbs signify 81 1, 40| participles and verbs signify the notional acts: ~and acts belong to 82 1, 40| signification is against notional participles and verbs being 83 1, 40| properties presuppose the notional acts?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] 84 1, 40| It would seem that the notional acts are understood before 85 1, 40| understanding follow upon the notional acts, so ~that we can say, 86 1, 40| spiration, taken for the ~notional act, is attributed to the 87 1, 40| person ~originating; as the notional act of spiration precedes, 88 1, 40| intelligence it presupposes the notional act, for relation, as such, 89 1, 40| the person; ~and thus the notional act presupposes the relation, 90 1, 41| PERSONS IN REFERENCE TO THE NOTIONAL ACTS (SIX ARTICLES)~We now 91 1, 41| persons in reference to the notional acts, ~concerning which 92 1, 41| inquiry arise:~(1) Whether the notional acts are to be attributed 93 1, 41| exists a power as regards the notional acts?~(5) What this power 94 1, 41| persons can be the term of one notional act?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 95 1, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the notional acts are to be attributed 96 1, 41| It would seem that the notional acts are not to be attributed 97 1, 41| in addition ~to these, notional acts are not to be attributed 98 1, 41| God. Therefore neither are notional acts to ~be placed in God.~ 99 1, 41| beget the Son." Therefore notional acts ~are to be placed in 100 1, 41| persons, we must attribute ~notional acts to the persons.~Aquin.: 101 1, 41| of this origin are called notional; because the notions of 102 1, 41| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The notional acts differ from the relations 103 1, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the notional acts are voluntary?~Aquin.: 104 1, 41| It would seem that the notional acts are voluntary. For 105 1, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the notional acts proceed from something?~ 106 1, 41| It would seem that the notional acts do not proceed from ~ 107 1, 41| power in respect of the notional acts?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 108 1, 41| power in respect of the ~notional acts. For every kind of 109 1, 41| power ~in respect of the notional acts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 110 1, 41| Therefore, as ~regards the notional acts, whereby the divine 111 1, 41| exist in reference to the notional acts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 112 1, 41| exists in God regarding the notional acts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 113 1, 41| 1~I answer that, As the notional acts exist in God, so must 114 1, 41| As a person, according to notional acts, does not proceed ~ 115 1, 41| power in God as regards the notional acts has no ~reference to 116 1, 41| which He is ~principle by a notional act. But in God the distinction 117 1, 41| persons can be the term of one notional act?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 118 1, 41| 1: It would seem that a notional act can be directed to several ~ 119 1, 41| Father, by reason of the notional term added. ~But if the


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