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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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named

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | known by ~us; (3) How He is named.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] Out. 2 1, 10 | although incorporeal, is named in Scripture ~metaphorically 3 1, 13 | names. For ~everything is named by us according to our knowledge 4 1, 13 | 1) Whether God can be named by us?~(2) Whether any names 5 1, 13 | God cannot in any way be named by us.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 6 1, 13 | way therefore He can be named by us ~from creatures, yet 7 1, 13 | said to be above ~being named, is because His essence 8 1, 13 | OBJ 3: Further, a thing is named by us according as we understand 9 1, 13 | paternity in heaven and earth is named" ~(Eph. 3:14,15); and the 10 1, 13 | creatures; and ~nothing is named from its opposite. Therefore 11 1, 13 | OBJ 2: Further, a thing is named by us as we know it. But 12 1, 13 | whiteness and the like, are not named from other things. Hence 13 1, 14 | knowledge of God can ~be named by all these names; in such 14 1, 19 | appetitive part, which, although ~named from appetite, has not for 15 1, 25 | reference to some power is named possible in reference to ~ 16 1, 28 | eternal in God than the above named.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 17 1, 28 | in God than those above named. For, according to the ~ 18 1, 29 | consideration of the substance ~thus named. For, as it exists in itself 19 1, 33 | in heaven and on earth is named" (Eph. 3:14). ~This is explained 20 1, 36 | person is most properly named "The Holy Ghost."~Aquin.: 21 1, 39 | OBJ 3: Divine things are named by us after the way of created ~ 22 1, 39 | So the divine persons are named "supposita" or ~"hypostases," 23 1, 39 | 2), divine things are ~named by our intellect, not as 24 1, 39 | one God is one divinely named Trinity."~Aquin.: SMT FP 25 1, 43 | manner of an ~action was named Christ, Whom it typified; 26 1, 45 | heaven and on earth is ~named." From which evidently appears 27 1, 47 | Him," ~where the world is named as one, as if only one existed.~ 28 1, 66 | both earth and water are named. That air and fire are not 29 1, 69 | existed, since these three are named as already clearly ~perceptible 30 1, 74 | unlettered, ~are not expressly named by Moses among the parts 31 1, 39 | OBJ 3: Divine things are named by us after the way of created ~ 32 1, 39 | So the divine persons are named "supposita" or ~"hypostases," 33 1, 39 | 2), divine things are ~named by our intellect, not as 34 1, 39 | one God is one divinely named Trinity."~Aquin.: SMT FP 35 1, 43 | manner of an ~action was named Christ, Whom it typified; 36 1, 46 | heaven and on earth is ~named." From which evidently appears 37 1, 48 | Him," ~where the world is named as one, as if only one existed.~ 38 1, 67 | both earth and water are named. That air and fire are not 39 1, 70 | existed, since these three are named as already clearly ~perceptible 40 1, 73 | unlettered, ~are not expressly named by Moses among the parts 41 1, 78 | its end." Whence each is named from its end: the one ~speculative, 42 1, 82 | unusual for a power to be named from its act. And ~so from 43 1, 82 | which is a free judgment, is named the power which is ~the 44 1, 87 | the sixth chapter he ~had named as the chief of speculative 45 1, 87 | iii) that a philosopher named ~Avempace [*Ibn-Badja, Arabian 46 1, 93 | 1/1~On the contrary, Man named the animals (Gn. 2:20). 47 1, 107 | the angels are properly named?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 48 1, 107 | angels are not properly ~named. For all the heavenly spirits 49 1, 107 | and virtues are ineptly named.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 50 1, 107 | Scripture wherein they are so ~named. For the name "Seraphim" 51 1, 107 | property, it ought not to be named ~from what it participates 52 2, 11 | clearly known, was first named. Now those things are most 53 2, 15 | which the voluntary act is named.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[15] A[ 54 2, 25 | desire. But "things are named from their ~chief characteristic" ( 55 2, 25 | this ~reason the power is named after it.~Aquin.: SMT FS 56 2, 37 | s passions are sometimes named ~metaphorically, from a 57 2, 72 | sins, from which they are named, is ~carnal pleasure.~Aquin.: 58 2, 76 | ordinance of the ~legislator named Pittacus, who ordered drunkards 59 2, 95 | laws, which are sometimes named after ~their authors: thus 60 2, 113 | everything ought to be named from what is predominant 61 2, 113 | remission of sins ought to be named ~after faith or charity 62 2, 113 | And because ~movement is named after its term "whereto" 63 2, 113 | Hence this transmutation is named after justice ~rather than 64 2, 18 | movement is both ~specified and named from its proper end. For 65 2, 27 | the virtue is ~defined and named in reference to that preceding 66 2, 44 | Isidore says (Etym. x) "is so named from sapor ~[savor], because 67 2, 47 | different powers, ~yet they are named after different acts. For 68 2, 49 | command comes last. The last named has an ~immediate relation 69 2, 53 | 5:1) that "a certain man named ~Ananias with Saphira his 70 2, 87 | call God to witness ~is named "jurare" [to swear] because 71 2, 92 | idolatry, and should rather be named "worship of creatures."~ 72 2, 93 | a book, all of which are named "sortilege."~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 115 | individual; and of the last named ~the good of the body surpasses 74 2, 144 | a part of temperance, is named from deficiency, ~and yet 75 2, 151 | Nevertheless even the first named ~inconstancy arises from 76 2, 152 | let it not so much as be named among you, as becometh ~ 77 2, 186 | relates of a very holy man named ~Isaac, that "when his disciples 78 3, 8 | Dominion and every name that is named not only in this world, 79 3, 10 | dominion and every name that is named not only in this ~world, 80 3, 28 | Lord, who is not wont to be named in ~the Gospels save under 81 3, 31 | one and the ~same wife, named Estha. For Mathan, who traced 82 3, 35 | a flower." ~But a man is named especially from the place 83 3, 37 | the mouth of the Lord hath named [Vulg.: 'shall name']." 84 3, 37 | regard to time; thus men are ~named after the Saints on whose 85 3, 37 | relation; thus a son is named after his father or some 86 3, 37 | therefore He was becomingly named Jesus, i.e. Saviour: the 87 3, 38 | sacramental that is from God is named after a mere man: thus the ~ 88 3, 38 | baptism of the New Law is not named after Peter or Paul, but 89 3, 38 | Christ. But that baptism is named after John, according to 90 3, 38 | the baptism of John was named after him, ~because it effected 91 3, 38 | baptism ~of the New Law is not named after the minister thereof, 92 3, 42 | gospel, not where Christ was named, lest I should build ~upon 93 3, 57 | and every name that is named, not only in this ~world, 94 3, 69 | certain man in Cesarea, named ~Cornelius, a centurion 95 3, 73 | likeness causes one thing to be named from another. Therefore, 96 3, 74 | another species that is named, after the ~blessing the 97 3, 80 | openly confessed, or has been named and convicted by some ecclesiastical ~ 98 Suppl, 1 | emotions of the ~will are named after the passions, as stated 99 Suppl, 44| Whether it is fittingly named?~(3) Whether it is fittingly 100 Suppl, 44| Whether matrimony is fittingly named?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 101 Suppl, 44| matrimony is unfittingly named. Because a ~thing should 102 Suppl, 44| Because a ~thing should be named after that which ranks higher. 103 Suppl, 44| mother should rather ~be named after the father.~Aquin.: 104 Suppl, 44| Further, a thing should be named from that which is essential 105 Suppl, 44| wherefore ~some things can be named even after their accidentals, 106 Suppl, 44| Sometimes a species is named after something pertaining 107 Suppl, 44| another; thus animal is named from soul [anima], ~and 108 Suppl, 52| common custom, children are named after their father rather 109 Suppl, 55| and yet it ought not to be named affinity, but ~matrimony 110 Suppl, 82| unless this clarity were so named equivocally, ~because light 111 Suppl, 82| either this sight is so named equivocally, or else ~this


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