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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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type

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | whatever our Head has done is a type of what we ought to ~do. 2 1, 15 | two ends: either to be the type of that of which it is called 3 1, 15 | knows it as the ~particular type and idea of that creature; 4 1, 15 | as it is the likeness or type of this or ~that thing. 5 1, 15 | thereby ~understands the type or idea of the house. Now 6 1, 15 | it is properly called a "type," and may belong to speculative ~ 7 1, 15 | according to their proper type, ~in so far as they are 8 1, 15 | God not through its own type, but through the type of 9 1, 15 | own type, but through the type of good. Evil, therefore, 10 1, 15 | an "exemplar" nor as a "type."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 11 1, 15 | so far as it denotes a "type."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 12 1, 18 | Him, or as having their type in Him. They are known ~ 13 1, 22 | thus it behooves that the type of every effect should ~ 14 1, 22 | it ~is necessary that the type of the order of things towards 15 1, 22 | the divine mind: and the type of things ordered ~towards 16 1, 22 | He is the last ~end. This type of order in things towards 17 1, 22 | Providence is the divine type itself, seated in the Supreme 18 1, 22 | may refer either to the type of ~the order of things 19 1, 22 | towards an end, or to the type of the order of parts ~in 20 1, 22 | is nothing less than the type of the order of things towards 21 1, 22 | providence - namely, the type of the ~order of things 22 1, 22 | that He has beforehand the type of those effects in His ~ 23 1, 23 | in God; as in Him is the type of ~the order of all things 24 1, 23 | be ~providence. Now the type in the mind of the doer 25 1, 23 | thing to be done. Hence the type ~of the aforesaid direction 26 1, 23 | things provided for; but is a type in the mind of the provider, 27 1, 23 | predestination is a ~kind of type of the ordering of some 28 1, 32 | but as meaning the ideal type whereby God made ~all things, 29 1, 45 | of the Persons are the ~type of the productions of creatures 30 1, 45 | some way the ~cause and type of creation; as appears 31 1, 55 | lit. ii, 8) that, "As the type, according to ~which the 32 1, 55 | the knowledge of the same type exists ~first in the intellectual 33 1, 55 | same cannot be the proper type of many. But if the ~higher 34 1, 55 | the proper and adequate type of several ~things. But 35 1, 55 | can be taken as the proper type and ~likeness of many. Just 36 1, 55 | be taken as the proper ~type and likeness of that prudence 37 1, 55 | fashion taken ~as the proper type of each thing contained 38 1, 55 | according to its proper type. The same applies to the ~ 39 1, 65 | self-subsisting forms of the same type, as the Platonists held, 40 1, 71 | creatures of intermediate type between ~the animals of 41 1, 46 | of the Persons are the ~type of the productions of creatures 42 1, 46 | some way the ~cause and type of creation; as appears 43 1, 56 | lit. ii, 8) that, "As the type, according to ~which the 44 1, 56 | the knowledge of the same type exists ~first in the intellectual 45 1, 56 | same cannot be the proper type of many. But if the ~higher 46 1, 56 | the proper and adequate type of several ~things. But 47 1, 56 | can be taken as the proper type and ~likeness of many. Just 48 1, 56 | be taken as the proper ~type and likeness of that prudence 49 1, 56 | fashion taken ~as the proper type of each thing contained 50 1, 56 | according to its proper type. The same applies to the ~ 51 1, 66 | self-subsisting forms of the same type, as the Platonists held, 52 1, 71 | creatures of intermediate type between ~the animals of 53 1, 92 | an image of the exemplar type thereof ~in the Divine mind. 54 2, 74 | rendered by the English 'type,' because St. ~Thomas was 55 2, 74 | the ~creature. Hence the type or idea is a rule of conduct, 56 2, 93 | eternal law is a sovereign type [*Ratio] existing in God?~ 57 2, 93 | eternal law is not a sovereign type ~existing in God. For there 58 2, 93 | each thing according to its type." Therefore the ~eternal 59 2, 93 | law does not seem to be a type existing in the Divine mind.~ 60 2, 93 | FP, Q[34], A[1]: whereas type refers to the Essence. ~ 61 2, 93 | not the same as a Divine type.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] A[ 62 2, 93 | the same as the idea of a type. Therefore the eternal law 63 2, 93 | the same as the sovereign type. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] A[ 64 2, 93 | eternal ~law is the sovereign type, to which we must always 65 2, 93 | artificer there pre-exists a type of the ~things that are 66 2, 93 | there must ~pre-exist the type of the order of those things 67 2, 93 | government. And just as the type of the ~things yet to be 68 2, 93 | of that art, so too the type in him who governs the acts 69 2, 93 | A[5]. Wherefore as the ~type of the Divine Wisdom, inasmuch 70 2, 93 | exemplar or idea; so the type of Divine Wisdom, as ~moving 71 2, 93 | is nothing else than the type of Divine ~Wisdom, as directing 72 2, 93 | law is one since it is the type ~of this order.~Aquin.: 73 2, 93 | of the kinship ~between type and word.~Aquin.: SMT FS 74 2, 93 | true in itself; and its type is truth itself.~Aquin.: 75 2, 93 | But the eternal law is a type existing ~in the Divine 76 2, 93 | Divine providence." But the type of Divine providence is 77 2, 93 | decree just things." But the type of Divine Wisdom is the ~ 78 2, 93 | is Divine providence as a type. But many ~necessary things 79 2, 93 | the eternal law is the type of ~the Divine government. 80 2, 93 | rather be called their ~type [ratio].~Aquin.: SMT FS 81 2, 93 | eternal law, is the supreme type, as stated ~above (A[1]). 82 2, 93 | since the eternal law is the type of Divine providence, as 83 2, 2 | Samaritans to the woman, who is a type of human reason: "We now ~ 84 2, 83 | typified in him. ~Isaac was a type of Christ, being himself 85 2, 171 | with the mind's eye ~the type both of our being and of 86 2, 171 | Divine essence is Itself the type of all things that are ~ 87 2, 171 | that are ~made - the ideal type adding nothing to the Divine 88 2, 171 | see in the First Truth the type of his ~existence, in so 89 3, 31 | Lk. 3:23, "they are the type of the twofold life of man: ~ 90 3, 31 | of ~which Phares is the type. The brethren of Jechonias 91 3, 33 | the Temple, which was a type of His body, is said to ~ 92 Suppl, 79| one of two things is the type of the other, the ~attention 93 Suppl, 79| apprehended by the saints as the type of all ~things that will 94 Suppl, 89| mirror, ~because He is the type and image of all. Therefore 95 Suppl, 89| Divine essence ~which is the type of all things is united 96 Suppl, 89| united thereto not as the type of all things, but as the ~ 97 Suppl, 89| all things, but as the ~type of some and of so much the 98 Suppl, 89| the Divine essence is the type of all things ~knowable 99 Suppl, 89| according as it ~is the type of all. Hence the objection


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