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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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simplicity

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1 1, 3 | Out. Para. 1/4 - OF THE SIMPLICITY OF GOD (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 2 1, 3 | 1) ~we must discuss His simplicity, whereby we deny composition 3 1, 3 | Para. 4/4~Concerning His simplicity, there are eight points 4 1, 3 | abstract nouns to signify His simplicity. In saying therefore that ~ 5 1, 3 | answer that, The absolute simplicity of God may be shown in many 6 1, 4 | Having considered the divine simplicity, we treat next of God's ~ 7 1, 4 | without injury ~to His simplicity. This suffices for the Reply 8 1, 11 | is one. ~First from His simplicity. For it is manifest that 9 1, 13 | abstract names to signify His simplicity, and concrete ~names to 10 1, 13 | else we may say of that ~simplicity whereby His substance is 11 1, 15 | is not ~repugnant to the simplicity of God, if we consider that 12 1, 15 | is not repugnant to the simplicity of the divine ~mind that 13 1, 15 | would be repugnant to its ~simplicity were His understanding to 14 1, 22 | would not affect the divine ~simplicity, since in God both the will 15 1, 23 | themselves cannot attain to the ~simplicity of God. Thus it is that 16 1, 26 | of ~composition, but of simplicity; for those things which 17 1, 26 | A[2]; Q[13], A[4]), ~in simplicity and unity.~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 27 | no diversity; but supreme simplicity. ~Therefore in God there 19 1, 28 | reason of God's ~supreme simplicity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 20 1, 28 | there is supreme unity and ~simplicity - but according to that 21 1, 29 | when ~treating of divine simplicity (Q[3], A[3]).~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 30 | inconsistent with the divine simplicity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 23 1, 30 | 3: The supreme unity and simplicity of God exclude every kind ~ 24 1, 31 | distinction." But lest the simplicity and ~singleness of the divine 25 1, 32 | Prepositivus, considering the simplicity of the persons, ~said that 26 1, 32 | repugnant to the divine simplicity; ~forasmuch as we always 27 1, 32 | cannot attain to the absolute simplicity of the divine essence, ~ 28 1, 32 | names, to express their ~simplicity; whereas, to express their 29 1, 32 | without prejudice to ~their simplicity, the proper ideas of the 30 1, 39 | we consider ~the divine simplicity. For it was shown above ( 31 1, 39 | A[3]) that the ~divine simplicity requires that in God essence 32 1, 39 | from considering the divine simplicity, which requires ~that in 33 1, 39 | by reason of the divine simplicity God is ~nothing else but 34 1, 39 | by reason of the divine simplicity; yet it does not follow 35 1, 40 | by ~reason of the divine simplicity, a twofold real identity 36 1, 40 | distinct. For, since the divine simplicity ~excludes the composition 37 1, 40 | God." And as the ~divine simplicity excludes the composition 38 1, 40 | Hence ~it is not against the simplicity of the divine persons for 39 1, 42 | wherein is wanting equality of simplicity. The second is like the ~ 40 1, 42 | wanting ~equality of spiritual simplicity. The seventh is the exciting 41 1, 44 | treating ~of the divine simplicity that God is the essentially 42 1, 47 | against ~God's unity and simplicity to understand many things, 43 1, 57 | certain degree of fulness and ~simplicity. Therefore, in God, as in 44 1, 58 | shines forth with the clear simplicity of divine ~concepts." But 45 1, 64 | since on account ~of the simplicity of his substance, nothing 46 1, 65 | lower rank, retaining their simplicity; while others turned from 47 1, 65 | without detriment to the simplicity of His nature, as ~has been 48 1, 39 | we consider ~the divine simplicity. For it was shown above ( 49 1, 39 | A[3]) that the ~divine simplicity requires that in God essence 50 1, 39 | from considering the divine simplicity, which requires ~that in 51 1, 39 | by reason of the divine simplicity God is ~nothing else but 52 1, 39 | by reason of the divine simplicity; yet it does not follow 53 1, 40 | by ~reason of the divine simplicity, a twofold real identity 54 1, 40 | distinct. For, since the divine simplicity ~excludes the composition 55 1, 40 | God." And as the ~divine simplicity excludes the composition 56 1, 40 | Hence ~it is not against the simplicity of the divine persons for 57 1, 42 | wherein is wanting equality of simplicity. The second is like the ~ 58 1, 42 | wanting ~equality of spiritual simplicity. The seventh is the exciting 59 1, 45 | treating ~of the divine simplicity that God is the essentially 60 1, 48 | against ~God's unity and simplicity to understand many things, 61 1, 58 | certain degree of fulness and ~simplicity. Therefore, in God, as in 62 1, 59 | shines forth with the clear simplicity of divine ~concepts." But 63 1, 65 | since on account ~of the simplicity of his substance, nothing 64 1, 66 | lower rank, retaining their simplicity; while others turned from 65 1, 66 | without detriment to the simplicity of His nature, as ~has been 66 1, 92 | notions of ~being, such as simplicity and indissolubility. ~Aquin.: 67 1, 115 | of fate to the unwavering simplicity of Providence."~Aquin.: 68 2, 102 | dove denotes charity and ~simplicity of heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS 69 2, 102 | above all His unity and simplicity. ~Therefore it seems unbecoming 70 2, 102 | forbidden to unite the ~simplicity of innocence, denoted by 71 2, 2 | that it is due to their simplicity, it is ~no fault of theirs.~ 72 2, 53 | the words of Job 12, "The simplicity ~of the just man is laughed 73 2, 73 | written ~(Job 12:4): "The simplicity of the just man is laughed 74 2, 80 | frequently found in men of simplicity and members of the female 75 2, 95 | to Him deceitfully, with ~simplicity in our words and wickedness 76 2, 107 | seems to be the same as simplicity, since ~hypocrisy is opposed 77 2, 107 | is opposed to both. But simplicity is not a special virtue, ~ 78 2, 107 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Simplicity is so called from its opposition 79 2, 107 | another in ~his heart: so that simplicity pertains to this virtue. 80 2, 109 | wherefore ~it is opposed to simplicity. Now guile is opposed to 81 2, 109 | but rather to prudence or simplicity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] A[ 82 2, 109 | prudence, as guile and fraud to simplicity. Now ~guile and fraud are 83 2, 109 | Wherefore it belongs directly to simplicity to ~guard oneself from deception, 84 2, 109 | in this way the virtue of simplicity is ~the same as the virtue 85 2, 109 | thing signified, while ~simplicity indicates that one does 86 2, 141 | gravity, continence, humility, simplicity, ~refinement, method, contentment." [*' 87 2, 141 | moderation," ~Andronicus "simplicity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[143] 88 2, 158 | Affectibus] mentions "meekness, ~simplicity, humility," and other kindred 89 2, 167 | without affectation, ~with simplicity, with negligence rather 90 2, 167 | us be ~content;" - and "simplicity," which excludes excessive 91 2, 167 | wherefore he says that "simplicity is a habit that makes a ~ 92 2, 172 | fully instructed in the simplicity of the Divine essence, when 93 2, 186 | the Abbot Serapion through simplicity fell into the error of the ~ 94 3, 5 | repugnant to the Divine simplicity and purity - for this ~would 95 3, 37 | signifies gentleness ~and simplicity. It is also a gregarious 96 3, 39 | In the former case simplicity is shown, in the latter ~ 97 3, 39 | from the fire, that their ~simplicity should not be left to wax 98 3, 45 | innocence, signified by the simplicity of the dove, so ~in the 99 3, 51 | to content ourselves with simplicity in such things. Yet, as ~ 100 3, 74 | predecessors, ~out of ignorance or simplicity, has not kept this usage," 101 3, 74 | wine, "one may pardon his simplicity"; which would not be ~the 102 3, 83 | 1 Para 29:17): "In the simplicity of ~my heart, I have . . . 103 Suppl, 9 | ready to obey.~For fidelity, simplicity, and courage are virtues 104 Suppl, 9 | with anything ~else: and "simplicity," in like manner, removes 105 Suppl, 11| their ~sins with greater simplicity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[11] A[


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