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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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assumption

    Part, Question
1 1, 51 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every assumption is terminated in some union; 2 1, 52 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every assumption is terminated in some union; 3 2, 112 | is nothing else than the assumption of Divine knowledge."~Aquin.: 4 2, 122 | says in a sermon on the Assumption (Epist. ad Paul. et Eustoch.): " 5 3, 1 | was added to Him by the assumption of flesh. Therefore, if 6 3, 2 | Whether it is the same as assumption?~(9) Whether the union of 7 3, 2 | Whether union is the same as assumption?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[8] 8 3, 2 | that union is the same as assumption. For ~relations, as motions, 9 3, 2 | termini. Now the term of ~assumption and union is one and the 10 3, 2 | it seems that union and assumption are not different.~Aquin.: 11 3, 2 | assumed. But union and assumption seem to follow the action 12 3, 2 | seems to be the same as assumption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[8] 13 3, 2 | copulation." But likewise assumption does not ~determine the 14 3, 2 | that union is the ~same as assumption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[8] 15 3, 2 | principal difference between assumption and union must be ~said 16 3, 2 | implies the relation: whereas assumption implies ~the action, whereby 17 3, 2 | difference arises, for assumption implies "becoming," whereas ~ 18 3, 2 | to be in the terminus of assumption unto the Divine ~hypostasis 19 3, 2 | different termini. And hence assumption determines the term whence 20 3, 2 | and ~the term whither; for assumption means a taking to oneself 21 3, 2 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Union and assumption have not the same relation 22 3, 2 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Assumption determines with whom the 23 3, 2 | one assuming, inasmuch as assumption means taking unto ~oneself [ 24 3, 2 | or human nature. And thus assumption differs logically both from ~ 25 3, 2 | Enchiridion xl): "In the assumption of ~human nature, grace 26 3, 3 | answer that, In the word "assumption" are implied two things, 27 3, 3 | to ~oneself. Now of this assumption a Person is both the principle 28 3, 3 | Person ~is the term of this assumption, because, as was said above ( 29 3, 3 | above (A[1]), in the word assumption two ~things are signified - 30 3, 3 | be the principle of the assumption belongs to the Divine Nature 31 3, 3 | in ~itself, because the assumption took place by Its power; 32 3, 3 | but to be the ~term of the assumption does not belong to the Divine 33 3, 3 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, assumption implies the term of union, 34 3, 3 | the Jews consider. And the assumption can ~be terminated in It, 35 3, 3 | three Persons. Therefore the assumption is.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] 36 3, 3 | taken him to Him." But this assumption pertains to all the ~Persons; 37 3, 3 | As was said above (A[1]), assumption implies two things, ~viz. 38 3, 3 | assuming and the term of assumption. Now the act of ~assumption 39 3, 3 | assumption. Now the act of ~assumption proceeds from the Divine 40 3, 3 | Persons, but the term of the assumption is a Person, as stated above ~( 41 3, 3 | to do with action in the assumption is common to ~the three 42 3, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The assumption which takes place by the 43 3, 3 | Nature"; and hence this assumption is common ~to the three 44 3, 3 | principle and the term. But the ~assumption which is by the grace of 45 3, 3 | of the Son. For by this assumption it has ~been brought about 46 3, 3 | said above (AA[1],2,4), assumption implies two ~things, viz. 47 3, 3 | assuming and the term of the assumption. ~Now the principle of the 48 3, 3 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the assumption is terminated in the unity 49 3, 3 | unity with each Person by assumption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[6] 50 3, 4 | regard to the order of the assumption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] Out. 51 3, 4 | creature ~was as capable of assumption as human nature.~Aquin.: 52 3, 4 | nature was as capable of assumption as the nature of man.~Aquin.: 53 3, 4 | parts are not capable of assumption, as was said above. ~Hence 54 3, 4 | must be presupposed to the ~assumption, as what is moved locally 55 3, 4 | nature is not presupposed to assumption; rather, it is ~the term 56 3, 4 | it is ~the term of the assumption, as was said (Q[3], AA[1], 57 3, 4 | is not the ~term of the assumption, but is presupposed to the 58 3, 4 | but is presupposed to the assumption. Now it was ~said (Q[3], 59 3, 4 | Who is the term of the ~assumption. Now this word "man" signifies 60 3, 4 | assumed; and ~because the assumption terminated in this - that 61 3, 4 | all individuals. For the assumption of human ~nature took place 62 3, 4 | God. First, ~because this assumption is terminated in a Person, 63 3, 4 | whereas, on the contrary, the assumption took place in order that 64 3, 4 | understanding; nor ~would this assumption of the human nature be anything 65 3, 4 | were presupposed to the assumption, nevertheless it is ~assumed 66 3, 4 | shown not merely in the ~assumption of human nature, but especially 67 3, 5 | We must now consider the assumption of the parts of human nature; 68 3, 5 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the assumption of a body in no way diminishes 69 3, 5 | lesser nature, nor did the assumption ~lessen the higher." But 70 3, 5 | Therefore it seems that by the ~assumption God was not united to a 71 3, 5 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the assumption of human nature by the Word 72 3, 6 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE ORDER OF ASSUMPTION (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 73 3, 6 | the order of the foregoing assumption, and under ~this head there 74 3, 6 | this order pertains ~the assumption of human nature by the Word 75 3, 6 | Who is the term of the ~assumption; and hence it is united 76 3, 6 | what is the medium of the assumption is itself more ~assumable. 77 3, 6 | and the congruity of the assumption. Now both these may be ~ 78 3, 6 | Reply OBJ 2: Fitness for assumption is wanting to the angelic 79 3, 6 | taken to be the term of the assumption, and the parts are presupposed ~ 80 3, 6 | are presupposed ~to the assumption. Therefore He assumed the 81 3, 6 | said to be a medium in the assumption of ~the Incarnation, we 82 3, 6 | order of time, because the assumption ~of the whole and the parts 83 3, 6 | human ~nature. And thus the assumption of parts is prior in the 84 3, 6 | order of time; ~whereas the assumption of the nature is prior if 85 3, 6 | personal union wherein the assumption is ~terminated, not a union 86 3, 6 | nature was fitted for the ~assumption by the soul. Therefore the 87 3, 6 | to be the medium of the assumption ~of the human nature, whether 88 3, 6 | and is the term of the assumption. Whereas the habitual grace 89 3, 7 | Hence it remains that the ~assumption of human nature to the unity 90 3, 16 | 13) that "such was this ~assumption, which made God man, and 91 3, 16 | But by reason of this ~assumption this is true: "God was made 92 3, 16 | in the sense that ~by the assumption that took place in the Incarnation 93 3, 18 | human nature. Now by the assumption ~of human nature the Son 94 3, 24 | Consequently, since this ~assumption comes under predestination 95 3, 25 | Augustine [*Sermon on the Assumption, work of an anonymous ~author] 96 3, 27 | in his tractate on the Assumption of the Virgin, argues ~with 97 3, 27 | follows, in a sermon on the ~Assumption (cf. Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch.): " 98 3, 30 | says in a sermon on the Assumption [*Ascribed to ~St. Jerome 99 3, 30 | says in a sermon on the Assumption (De Assump. ~B.V.M. [*Work 100 3, 31 | might be healed by the ~assumption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 101 3, 31 | genealogy is signified the assumption ~of our sins by our Lord 102 3, 32 | Holy Ghost; whereas the ~assumption of flesh is attributed to 103 3, 33 | except ~by reason of the assumption of that body. Therefore 104 3, 40 | Moses and Elias, lest His assumption of our flesh might ~seem 105 3, 41 | Moses and ~Elias, lest His assumption of our flesh might seem 106 3, 45 | not have consisted in an ~assumption of clarity rather than of 107 3, 45 | surface, and consequently the assumption of clarity ~is called transfiguration.~ 108 3, 50 | and the ~result of this assumption was that God is man, and 109 3, 50 | and man is God. But this ~assumption did not cease by the separation 110 3, 53 | Nevertheless in a sermon for the Assumption [*Ep. ix ~ad Paul. et Eustoch.; 111 3, 58 | as God, not through any assumption, but through His origin 112 3, 73 | called {Metalepsis}, i.e. "Assumption," ~because, as Damascene 113 Suppl, 61| the Church, as regards the assumption of human ~nature into the 114 Suppl, 74| Jerome, in a sermon on the Assumption [*Ep. x ad Paul. et ~Eustoch., 115 Suppl, 93| says in a sermon on the Assumption ~[*Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch.]: "


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