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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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filiation

    Part, Question
1 1, 28| Therefore paternity and filiation in God, consequent ~upon 2 1, 28| and the ~Son only from filiation. Therefore, if no real paternity 3 1, 28| if no real paternity or filiation ~existed in God, it would 4 1, 28| corporeally. ~Thus paternity and filiation are real relations in God.~ 5 1, 28| Further, as paternity and filiation are by name distinguished ~ 6 1, 28| distinction ~of paternity and filiation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 7 1, 28| although paternity, just ~as filiation, is really the same as the 8 1, 28| real relations - paternity, filiation, ~spiration, and procession?~ 9 1, 28| relations - paternity, filiation, spiration and procession. 10 1, 28| Son to the Father, that of filiation; and thus there are not 11 1, 28| the ~principle is called filiation. But the procession of Love 12 1, 30| Q[28], A[4]), paternity, filiation, common spiration, and ~ 13 1, 30| Since then paternity and filiation are opposite ~relations, 14 1, 30| Father; and the subsisting ~filiation is the person of the Son. 15 1, 30| wherefrom paternity and filiation are derived, would ~issue 16 1, 30| either to paternity or to filiation; and consequently ~that 17 1, 30| relations - paternity, filiation, and procession - are called 18 1, 30| the ~person of the Father, filiation is the person of the Son, 19 1, 32| attributes, such as paternity, ~filiation, and procession, according 20 1, 32| paternity ~begets, nor that filiation is begotten. Therefore there 21 1, 32| term, as paternity ~and filiation. Therefore the divine essence 22 1, 32| according to the ~difference of filiation and servitude. Now, all 23 1, 32| and thus He is known by "filiation"; and ~also by another person 24 1, 32| innascibility," "paternity," ~"filiation," and "procession." Of these 25 1, 32| persons, "paternity," ~"filiation," and "procession." "Common 26 1, 33| predication. But paternity and filiation seem to be of the ~same 27 1, 33| the creature by reason of ~filiation or generation, according 28 1, 33| perfect idea of paternity and filiation is to be found in God the ~ 29 1, 33| Son. But in the creature, filiation is found in relation ~to 30 1, 33| approach to the true idea of filiation. For God is ~called the 31 1, 33| creature, to which the name of filiation is applied as ~it participates 32 1, 36| opposed to the property of ~filiation; for the Son is not from 33 1, 40| the Father Himself, ~and filiation is the Son, and procession 34 1, 40| paternity is the Father, and filiation is the Son, because in God 35 1, 40| by "birth." Therefore, if filiation be ~removed, the Son's hypostasis 36 1, 40| paternity as nativity is to ~filiation. But filiation presupposes 37 1, 40| nativity is to ~filiation. But filiation presupposes nativity; for 38 1, 40| intelligence, it precedes filiation, even as constituting ~the 39 1, 41| words ~are paternity and filiation" (Sent. i, D, xxvi). To 40 1, 41| AA[2]~,3) that paternity, filiation and nativity really and 41 1, 41| is evident, the name of filiation would not apply except by 42 1, 41| paternity, or more than one ~filiation. And this, indeed, would 43 1, 41| can be ~but one subsistent filiation in God: just as there could 44 1, 41| that the entire divine filiation is ~contained in Him, and 45 1, 42| paternity is opposed to filiation, opposition is not a relation 46 1, 42| mediating ~between paternity and filiation. For in both these cases 47 1, 42| nature of paternity and filiation that the Son ~by generation 48 1, 42| real true paternity and ~filiation. Nor can we say that the 49 1, 42| paternity, in the Son is filiation, so ~the same dignity which, 50 1, 42| paternity, in the Son is ~filiation. It is thus true to say 51 1, 42| the divine paternity and filiation requires that the Son should 52 1, 42| paternity in the Father, and ~filiation in the Son: so by the same 53 1, 40| the Father Himself, ~and filiation is the Son, and procession 54 1, 40| paternity is the Father, and filiation is the Son, because in God 55 1, 40| by "birth." Therefore, if filiation be ~removed, the Son's hypostasis 56 1, 40| paternity as nativity is to ~filiation. But filiation presupposes 57 1, 40| nativity is to ~filiation. But filiation presupposes nativity; for 58 1, 40| intelligence, it precedes filiation, even as constituting ~the 59 1, 41| words ~are paternity and filiation" (Sent. i, D, xxvi). To 60 1, 41| AA[2]~,3) that paternity, filiation and nativity really and 61 1, 41| is evident, the name of filiation would not apply except by 62 1, 41| paternity, or more than one ~filiation. And this, indeed, would 63 1, 41| can be ~but one subsistent filiation in God: just as there could 64 1, 41| that the entire divine filiation is ~contained in Him, and 65 1, 42| paternity is opposed to filiation, opposition is not a relation 66 1, 42| mediating ~between paternity and filiation. For in both these cases 67 1, 42| nature of paternity and filiation that the Son ~by generation 68 1, 42| real true paternity and ~filiation. Nor can we say that the 69 1, 42| paternity, in the Son is filiation, so ~the same dignity which, 70 1, 42| paternity, in the Son is ~filiation. It is thus true to say 71 1, 42| the divine paternity and filiation requires that the Son should 72 1, 42| paternity in the Father, and ~filiation in the Son: so by the same 73 2, 2 | known that Paternity and ~Filiation were in the Godhead: and 74 3, 3 | threefold, viz. Paternity, Filiation and ~Procession, as was 75 3, 3 | understanding Paternity or Filiation, which are called Personalities. 76 3, 20| words 'paternity' and ~'filiation.'" Hence Christ in His human 77 3, 23| 3] we have stated that ~Filiation is a personal property. 78 3, 23| is a ~certain effect of Filiation in the soul of Christ, according 79 3, 35| nativity is the cause of filiation. But in Christ there are 80 3, 35| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, filiation, which is said of a man 81 3, 35| destroyed ~also. But the eternal filiation by which Christ is the Son 82 3, 35| Mother's Son by temporal ~filiation. Either, therefore, He is 83 3, 35| Son by some other temporal filiation. Therefore in Christ there 84 3, 35| pertain to the Person. But filiation belongs especially to the ~ 85 3, 35| Therefore there is but one ~filiation in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 86 3, 35| considering ~only the cause of filiation, which is nativity, put 87 3, 35| considering only the subject of filiation, which is the person or ~ 88 3, 35| hypostasis, put only one filiation in Christ, just as there 89 3, 35| however, the subject of filiation is neither the nature ~nor 90 3, 35| there can ~be no other filiation in Christ but that which 91 3, 35| 13], A[7]. Therefore ~the filiation by which Christ is referred 92 3, 35| consider the adequate causes of filiation, we must needs say that 93 3, 35| consider ~the subject of filiation, which can only be the eternal 94 3, 35| no other than the eternal filiation in Christ is a real relation. ~ 95 3, 35| would cause a real temporal filiation in ~Christ if there were 96 3, 35| subject capable of such filiation. But this ~cannot be; since 97 3, 35| is receptive of ~temporal filiation by reason of the human nature, 98 3, 35| way to ~be the subject of filiation, just as in a way it is 99 3, 35| nowise be the subject of filiation, because this relation ~ 100 3, 35| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Eternal filiation does not depend on a temporal 101 3, 35| together with this eternal filiation we understand a certain 102 3, 35| the child there is but one filiation in ~reality, though there 103 3, 35| way there is only one real filiation in Christ, which is in respect


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