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perfection 1819
perfections 92
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perfections

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | simple things, ~because the perfections of created goodness cannot 2 1, 4 | as having in Himself the ~perfections of all things?~(3) Whether 3 1, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the perfections of all things are in God?~ 4 1, 4 | OBJ 1: It seems that the perfections of all things are not in 5 1, 4 | Q[3], A[7]); whereas the perfections of ~things are many and 6 1, 4 | and diverse. Therefore the perfections of all things are ~not in 7 1, 4 | cannot coexist. Now the perfections of things ~are opposed to 8 1, 4 | subject, it seems that the ~perfections of all things are not in 9 1, 4 | Therefore He has not the perfections of life, and ~knowledge, 10 1, 4 | knowledge, and other similar perfections.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[4] A[2] 11 1, 4 | answer that, All created perfections are in God. Hence He is 12 1, 4 | effective cause of things, the perfections of ~all things must pre-exist 13 1, 4 | to Him. Now all created perfections are included ~in the perfection 14 1, 6 | Himself, inasmuch as the perfections of all things are so many ~ 15 1, 6 | inasmuch as all desired perfections flow ~from Him as from the 16 1, 8 | a ~thing, so many other perfections are likewise added. Therefore 17 1, 13 | prepossesses in Himself all the perfections of creatures, being Himself ~ 18 1, 13 | diverse processions ~of their perfections, creatures are the representations 19 1, 13 | He is represented in ~the perfections of creatures; and thus the 20 1, 13 | God ~is derived from the perfections which flow from Him to creatures, 21 1, 13 | Him to creatures, which ~perfections are in God in a more eminent 22 1, 13 | applied to ~God - viz. the perfections which they signify, such 23 1, 13 | names which signify these perfections ~flowing from God to creatures 24 1, 13 | however, express these perfections absolutely, ~without any 25 1, 13 | conceptions proportional to the perfections flowing ~from God to creatures, 26 1, 13 | God to creatures, which perfections pre-exist in God unitedly 27 1, 13 | therefore, to the different perfections of creatures, ~there corresponds 28 1, 13 | represented by different ~perfections of creatures in a various 29 1, 13 | preceding article, ~all perfections existing in creatures divided 30 1, 13 | distinct in idea from other ~perfections; as, for instance, by the 31 1, 13 | and ~cause, wherein all perfections of things pre-exist excellently. 32 1, 13 | creatures, because these perfections flow ~from God to creatures; 33 1, 13 | like, are imposed from ~the perfections proceeding from God to creatures; 34 1, 13 | but rather signify the perfections themselves ~absolutely; 35 1, 13 | they be imposed from some ~perfections flowing from God to creatures. 36 1, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Because perfections flowing from God to creatures 37 1, 14 | therefore as God contains all ~perfections in Himself, the essence 38 1, 14 | singular things. For all perfections found in ~creatures pre-exist 39 1, 14 | not know discord. Now the ~perfections which are divided among 40 1, 21 | considered that to bestow perfections ~appertains not only to 41 1, 21 | aspects. The communicating of ~perfections, absolutely considered, 42 1, 21 | AA[1],4); in so far as perfections are given to things in ~ 43 1, 21 | liberality; in so far as ~perfections given to things by God expel 44 1, 57 | material things cannot be the perfections of angels, since they are ~ 45 1, 57 | intellect ~of an angel are perfections and acts in regard to that 46 1, 58 | material things cannot be the perfections of angels, since they are ~ 47 1, 58 | intellect ~of an angel are perfections and acts in regard to that 48 1, 81 | proportioned to their powers, as perfections ~to what they make perfect. 49 1, 84 | genus, because they are the ~perfections of one intellectual faculty: 50 1, 93 | were truth. For as some perfections, such as clarity, ~were 51 1, 94 | virtues are nothing but those perfections whereby reason is ~directed 52 1, 105 | strive to transmit its perfections to others as far as possible. 53 1, 107 | angelic orders all spiritual perfections ~are common to all the angels, 54 1, 107 | angels. Further, as in these ~perfections there are grades, the superior 55 1, 107 | they befit the spiritual perfections they signify. ~Gregory, 56 2, 8 | powers, since they are ~perfections thereof. But in those habits 57 2, 31 | attain to their natural perfections, so does this ~happen in 58 2, 31 | sensible," we exclude the perfections of insensible ~things wherein 59 2, 31 | matter, they are acts or perfections ~of the agent, e.g. to understand, 60 2, 31 | matter, are actions and perfections ~rather of the matter transformed; 61 2, 49 | the contrary, Habits are perfections (Phys. vii, text. 17). But ~ 62 2, 52 | so far as we consider the perfections of a ~form in respect of 63 2, 52 | applied to the intelligible perfections of forms; so also is the 64 2, 54 | subject of several acts or ~perfections specifically diverse. Now 65 2, 58 | and perseverance are not perfections of the ~sensitive appetite. 66 2, 58 | perseverance are, however, perfections of the ~rational faculty, 67 2, 68 | Consequently man needs yet higher ~perfections, whereby to be disposed 68 2, 68 | to be moved by God. These perfections ~are called gifts, not only 69 2, 68 | above (A[1]), the gifts are perfections of man, ~whereby he is disposed 70 2, 68 | above (A[1]), the gifts are perfections of man, ~whereby he becomes 71 2, 68 | knowledge are nothing else but perfections of the human mind, ~rendering 72 2, 9 | Since, then, the gifts are perfections of virtues, as stated ~above ( 73 2, 18 | Ghost are ~certain habitual perfections of the soul's powers, whereby 74 2, 42 | directed, is between the two perfections mentioned in the preceding ~ 75 2, 58 | knowledge and justice are perfections of the ~individual, and 76 2, 66 | since virtuous acts are perfections of man.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 77 2, 149 | proportionate to the actions whose ~perfections they are, as stated in Ethic. 78 2, 169 | revelation concerning the perfections ~of God and the angels was 79 2, 178 | Now all the intellectual perfections of this life will be made ~ 80 3, 4 | were co-assumed, whether perfections or defects.~Aquin.: SMT 81 3, 7 | properly, ~are certain perfections of the soul's powers, inasmuch 82 3, 62 | grace there flow certain perfections into ~the powers of the 83 3, 82 | union with Christ. But other perfections whereby a man is ~perfected 84 Suppl, 40| Reply OBJ 3: Just as the perfections of all natural things pre-exist 85 Suppl, 41| each one, since natural perfections are common ~to all. In another 86 Suppl, 42| marriage in regard to both ~perfections, because a thing is known 87 Suppl, 70| spiritually in the soul are its perfections. ~Therefore though it be 88 Suppl, 76| are powers to be called ~perfections or acts of organs unless 89 Suppl, 77| rise again with all the ~perfections of his nature, it follows 90 Suppl, 79| it would seem that their perfections will not suffer, if we grant ~ 91 Suppl, 89| is perceptible by several perfections ~in order, if it be perfected 92 Appen1, 1| goodness and their own natural perfections. Nor can it be ~said that


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