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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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types

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | which signify Christ, are types of what ~we ought to do, 2 1, 1 | words can be themselves types of other ~things. Thus in 3 1, 12 | genera of things and their types, and these everyone who ~ 4 1, 14 | is in the knower, and the types of things as ~existing in 5 1, 14 | only because He has the types of things present within 6 1, 15 | permanent and immutable types of things, ~they themselves 7 1, 15 | understands many particular ~types of things and these are 8 1, 15 | be many, inasmuch as many types are ~understood through 9 1, 15 | understand the ~several types of things. In the same way, 10 1, 15 | understands the several types of things; or that many 11 1, 15 | determining and effective types of things." Therefore there 12 1, 15 | the contrary, Ideas are types existing in the divine mind, 13 1, 15 | But God has the ~proper types of all things that He knows; 14 1, 18 | known ~by God through the types of good things. Hence it 15 1, 22 | has in His intellect the ~types of everything, even the 16 1, 44 | the divine wisdom are the types of all things, which types 17 1, 44 | types of all things, which types we have ~called ideas - 18 1, 65 | as ~it were, the seminal types of corporeal forms, must 19 1, 65 | Boethius understands the types of ~things in the mind of 20 1, 65 | or, still higher, to the types in the Divine ~intellect, 21 1, 45 | the divine wisdom are the types of all things, which types 22 1, 45 | types of all things, which types we have ~called ideas - 23 1, 66 | as ~it were, the seminal types of corporeal forms, must 24 1, 66 | Boethius understands the types of ~things in the mind of 25 1, 66 | or, still higher, to the types in the Divine ~intellect, 26 1, 83 | material things in the eternal types?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 27 1, 83 | material ~things in the eternal types. For that in which anything 28 1, 83 | does not know the eternal types: for it ~does not know God 29 1, 83 | God in Whom the eternal types exist, but is "united to 30 1, 83 | know all in the eternal types.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 31 1, 83 | things of God are the eternal types. Therefore the eternal ~ 32 1, 83 | Therefore the eternal ~types are known through creatures 33 1, 83 | 3: Further, the eternal types are nothing else but ideas, 34 1, 83 | that "ideas are permanent types existing ~in the Divine 35 1, 83 | all things in the eternal types, we come back to the opinion 36 1, 83 | contained in the eternal types. ~Therefore the intellectual 37 1, 83 | true things in the eternal ~types.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 38 1, 83 | by Plato, substituted the types of all ~creatures existing 39 1, 83 | mind, according to which types all ~things are made in 40 1, 83 | all ~things in the eternal types? we must reply that one 41 1, 83 | all things in the ~eternal types; but the blessed who see 42 1, 83 | all things in the eternal types. Secondly, on thing is said 43 1, 83 | all things in the eternal types, since by ~participation 44 1, 83 | participation of these types we know all things. For 45 1, 83 | are contained the eternal types. Whence ~it is written ( 46 1, 83 | participation of the eternal types, as the Platonists ~held, 47 1, 83 | according to the eternal types, were they able to see in 48 1, 83 | able to see in the eternal ~types, or to find out from them 49 1, 83 | known in their ~"eternal types" or in the "unchangeable 50 1, 83 | as though the eternal ~types themselves were seen, is 51 1, 83 | namely, of the eternal types, "but only those ~that are 52 1, 86 | Truth which contains the types of ~all things as above 53 1, 86 | the light of the eternal types." There is, however, a difference 54 1, 88 | natural things. ~For the types of all natural things exist 55 1, 92 | Uncreated Word are the ~types of all creatures.~Aquin.: 56 1, 104| For as the intelligible types of everything exist first ~ 57 1, 105| greatest." But all the ~types of the Divine works, which 58 1, 105| each one knows the more types, the more perfectly he sees 59 1, 105| angel knows more about the types of the Divine works than 60 1, 105| are ~enlightened by the types of existing things."~Aquin.: 61 1, 107| among the ~angels. For the types of things, concerning which 62 1, 107| Secondly, forasmuch as these types depend on the universal 63 1, 107| Thirdly, forasmuch as these types are applied to ~particular 64 1, 107| distinction as regards the types of ~created things, as above 65 1, 107| immediate knowledge of the types of the Divine works; whereas ~ 66 1, 107| immediate knowledge of the types of things in God. Secondly, 67 1, 107| knowing immediately the types of things in Himself; and ~ 68 1, 107| inferior angels know the types of the Divine works ~by 69 1, 109| immaterial substances were types and ~species of sensible 70 2, 61 | as in Him pre-exist the ~types of all things. Accordingly 71 2, 74 | is intent on ~the eternal types. Now when judgment has to 72 2, 74 | not ~consider the eternal types, i.e. the eternal law, and 73 2, 74 | turn away from the eternal types, for, though it is not ~ 74 2, 74 | according to the eternal types.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 75 2, 74 | deliberating through the eternal types, it consents to an act or ~ 76 2, 93 | law. But there are many ~types of things in the Divine 77 2, 93 | that passage of the ideal types ~which regard the proper 78 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The types of the Divine intellect 79 2, 93 | relation to things, as the types of the human intellect. 80 2, 102| world, the ~intelligible types of whatsoever takes place 81 2, 102| every cause are enclosed the types of its effects, and in the 82 2, 102| and in the craftsman ~the types of the works of his craft. 83 2, 102| grasp the meaning of these types, it was necessary to express 84 2, 102| because in heaven, are ~the types [rationes] of earthly things, 85 2, 43 | heavenly," i.e. Divine, "types" [*Cf. FP, Q[79], A[9]; 86 2, 171| but as containing ~the types [*Cf. FP, Q[15]] of future 87 2, 171| not possible to see ~the types of creatures in the very 88 2, 171| of God as containing the types of ~things. Consequently 89 2, 171| see God as ~containing the types of creatures, and yet not 90 3, 36 | Moreover, these shepherds were types of the Doctors of the Church, 91 3, 46 | its object the ~eternal types, "to the consideration and 92 3, 46 | no ~hurt from the eternal types, since they are nowise opposed


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