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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enlighten

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1 1, 54 | to ~receive; whereas to enlighten is the proper function of 2 1, 54 | the active intellect to enlighten, ~not another intellect, 3 1, 54 | Hence for one angel to enlighten another does ~not belong 4 1, 70 | they were not made "to ~enlighten it."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] 5 1, 55 | to ~receive; whereas to enlighten is the proper function of 6 1, 55 | the active intellect to enlighten, ~not another intellect, 7 1, 55 | Hence for one angel to enlighten another does ~not belong 8 1, 71 | they were not made "to ~enlighten it."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] 9 1, 105 | Whether an inferior angel can enlighten a superior angel?~(4) Whether 10 1, 105 | that one angel does not enlighten another. For the ~angels 11 1, 105 | But one ~man will not then enlighten another, according to Jer. 12 1, 105 | Therefore neither does an angel enlighten another now. ~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 105 | Therefore one angel does not ~enlighten another.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 1, 105 | Therefore one angel does not enlighten the mind of ~another.~Aquin.: 15 1, 105 | manifest is light." ~Hence to enlighten means nothing else but to 16 1, 105 | given this grace . . . to enlighten ~all men, that they may 17 1, 105 | Therefore one angel is said to ~enlighten another by manifesting the 18 1, 105 | OBJ 2: An angel does not enlighten another by giving him the 19 1, 105 | Whether an inferior angel can enlighten a superior angel?~Aquin.: 20 1, 105 | that an inferior angel can enlighten a superior ~angel. For the 21 1, 105 | enlightened by God ~can enlighten superiors.~Aquin.: SMT FP 22 1, 105 | others. ~Therefore he can enlighten him immediately; and thus 23 1, 105 | and thus the latter can ~enlighten his superiors.~Aquin.: SMT 24 1, 105 | The inferior angels never enlighten the superior, but are ~always 25 1, 105 | angel turns voluntarily to enlighten another angel, but ~the 26 1, 105 | superior angel does not enlighten the ~inferior concerning 27 1, 105 | if the superior angels enlighten the inferior about all ~ 28 1, 105 | Therefore the ~superior angels enlighten the inferior in all things.~ 29 1, 106 | above (Q[106], A[1]), to enlighten means ~merely to acquaint 30 1, 106 | Therefore to speak and to enlighten are the same; so the same ~ 31 1, 106 | things." But this is to enlighten them. Therefore, whenever 32 1, 107 | that the superior angels ~enlighten the inferior angels; and 33 1, 107 | and that others ~cleanse, enlighten, and perfect"; which far 34 1, 107 | only ~cleanse, but also enlighten and perfect, and in a higher 35 1, 107 | that ~they also perfectly enlighten others.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 36 1, 107 | it belongs to ~cleanse, enlighten, and perfect. But after 37 1, 107 | angel ~will not cleanse, enlighten, or perfect another, because 38 1, 108 | the superior demons can enlighten the inferior.~Aquin.: SMT 39 1, 108 | body abounding in light can enlighten a body deficient ~in light, 40 1, 108 | the ~superior demons can enlighten the inferior.~Aquin.: SMT 41 1, 108 | Therefore neither can they enlighten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 42 1, 108 | and so one demon does not enlighten ~another; but one can make 43 1, 108 | not prove that they can enlighten others.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 44 1, 110 | 1) Whether an angel can enlighten the human intellect?~(2) 45 1, 110 | 1/1~Whether an angel can enlighten man?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] 46 1, 110 | seem that an angel cannot enlighten man. For man is ~enlightened 47 1, 111 | inferior; some of whom enlighten others: as also among those 48 1, 112 | place invisibly when they enlighten man that he ~may do what 49 1, 112 | angels in as far as angels enlighten ~and instruct them. But 50 1, 116 | given this grace . . . to enlighten all men, that they ~may 51 2, 5 | A[4]). But an angel can enlighten man's intellect as ~shown 52 2, 109 | the dead and Christ shall enlighten ~thee." Therefore man can 53 2, 109 | Arise, and Christ shall enlighten thee," we ~are not to think 54 2, 112 | viii), "Angels cleanse, enlighten, and perfect both lesser 55 2, 112 | Reply OBJ 3: Angels cleanse, enlighten, and perfect angels or men, 56 2, 2 | the higher angels, who enlighten those who are below them, 57 2, 94 | belong to the demons to enlighten the ~intellect, as stated 58 2, 170 | others, and in order to enlighten his own mind; and such are ~ 59 2, 170 | Now the demons do not ~enlighten the human intellect, as 60 2, 171 | of speech, but he cannot ~enlighten him inwardly as God does.~ 61 2, 171 | place." Now nothing can enlighten others unless it be lightsome 62 2, 186 | even as it is better to ~enlighten than merely to shine, so 63 3, 7 | given this grace . . ~. to enlighten all men." And this fulness 64 3, 13 | as to be lightsome and to enlighten is more than merely to ~ 65 3, 13 | of grace and knowledge to enlighten ~all rational creatures 66 3, 15 | ignorance; for "He came to enlighten them that sit ~in darkness 67 3, 35 | according to Lk. 1:79: "To enlighten them that sit ~in darkness 68 3, 42 | to Christ, who came to enlighten them that sit in ~darkness ( 69 3, 52 | continues: ~"And I will enlighten all that hope in the Lord."~ 70 3, 64 | cleanse man from sin and enlighten him by grace. But it belongs 71 3, 64 | the Church "to cleanse, enlighten and perfect," as ~Dionysius 72 3, 64 | also priests are said to "enlighten" God's ~people, not indeed 73 3, 65 | namely, "to cleanse, ~to enlighten, to perfect." Therefore 74 3, 69 | given this grace . . . to ~enlighten all men," etc. But teaching 75 3, 79 | will consume our sins, and enlighten our hearts, so that we ~ 76 Suppl, 31| power to cleanse but not to enlighten. ~Hence, since enlightenment 77 Suppl, 31| belongs to a priest to ~enlighten. Wherefore those sacraments 78 Suppl, 36| radiance, like the sun enlighten other bodies with their 79 Suppl, 37| namely "to cleanse, to enlighten, and to ~perfect," for which 80 Suppl, 74| because the glory of God will enlighten it ~(Apoc. 22:5). Wherefore 81 Suppl, 86| enlightenment, as the higher ~angels enlighten the lower [*Cf. FP, Q[106]],: 82 Suppl, 86| far ~as the higher angels enlighten those beneath them, both 83 Suppl, 88| the brightness of the moon enlighten thee," and (Apoc. ~21:23): " 84 Suppl, 88| respect, will be unable to ~enlighten them in another.~Aquin.: 85 Suppl, 89| judgment, one angel will not enlighten ~another; for then all superiority 86 Suppl, 89| thus Christ's soul will enlighten all other souls concerning 87 Suppl, 89| The glory of God shall enlighten the city of Jerusalem [* 88 Suppl, 89| manner ~the higher souls will enlighten the lower (not indeed with 89 Suppl, 89| might understand the sun to ~enlighten the atmosphere while at


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