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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enlightenment

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1 1, 54 | But an angel ~receives enlightenment from a higher angel, and 2 1, 67 | receives its form by the enlightenment ~whereby it is led to adhere 3 1, 55 | But an angel ~receives enlightenment from a higher angel, and 4 1, 68 | receives its form by the enlightenment ~whereby it is led to adhere 5 1, 93 | angels advance ~by further enlightenment. Moreover there is no comparison 6 1, 105 | raises the question of the enlightenment and speech ~of the angels; 7 1, 105 | Para. 4/4~Concerning their enlightenment there are four points of 8 1, 105 | intellect of another by enlightenment?~(2) Whether one angel moves 9 1, 105 | while the other kinds of enlightenment that proceed from man or ~ 10 1, 105 | according to ~the mode of enlightenment. And since God enlightens 11 1, 105 | intellect and will. But the ~enlightenment caused by an angel concerns 12 1, 106 | speech of the angels is an ~enlightenment whereby the superior enlightens 13 1, 106 | truth, is both speech and enlightenment; for example, when one ~ 14 1, 106 | understands, cannot be called an enlightenment, but is only a speech; for ~ 15 1, 106 | principle, God; and therefore enlightenment, which ~depends on the principle 16 1, 106 | belongs to the ~perfection and enlightenment of the created mind to know 17 1, 106 | concerning which they desire enlightenment.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[107] A[ 18 1, 106 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, enlightenment is a kind of speech. But 19 1, 106 | kind of speech. But the enlightenment ~of one angel by another 20 1, 106 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Enlightenment is of those truths that 21 1, 108 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether there is enlightenment in the demons?~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 108 | OBJ 1: It would seem that enlightenment is in the demons. For ~enlightenment 23 1, 108 | enlightenment is in the demons. For ~enlightenment means the manifestation 24 1, 108 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Enlightenment is not without cleansing 25 1, 108 | answer that, There can be no enlightenment properly speaking among 26 1, 108 | explained (Q[107], A[2]), enlightenment properly ~speaking is the 27 1, 108 | manifestation of the truth is ~enlightenment, but only that which is 28 1, 108 | especially connected with ~enlightenment. But the bad angels, being 29 1, 108 | revealers, can be called an enlightenment, forasmuch as they ~direct 30 1, 108 | to God; but it is not an enlightenment on the part of the ~demons, 31 1, 110 | Hier. iii) attributes ~enlightenment to baptism, as "the sacrament 32 1, 110 | But such ~revelation is an enlightenment as we have stated (Q[106], 33 1, 110 | of each of these kinds of enlightenment are in one way alike ~and 34 1, 110 | above (Q[106], A[1]), the ~enlightenment which consists in making 35 1, 110 | angels have some part ~in the enlightenment of faith. Moreover, men 36 1, 110 | Intellectual operation and enlightenment can be understood ~in two 37 1, 111 | they receive the Divine enlightenment, not immediately, but ~through 38 1, 111 | angel receives the Divine ~enlightenment from a superior, except 39 1, 112 | Guardianship is ordained to enlightenment by instruction, ~as to its 40 1, 116 | A[1]) of the angelic ~enlightenment, because all human intellects 41 1, 116 | iv) that every Divine ~enlightenment to the superior angels, 42 2, 3 | of the soul and of ~its enlightenment. Whereas the angel enlightens 43 2, 109 | bestowed upon the soul is God's enlightenment, whereby we are enlightened ~ 44 2, 109 | sin is presupposed to the enlightenment of grace; since it is ~written ( 45 2, 109 | rising from sin precedes the ~enlightenment of grace; but that when 46 2, 112 | that "this cleansing and enlightenment and ~perfecting is nothing 47 2, 8 | prophecy, is a kind ~of enlightenment of the mind with regard 48 2, 8 | prophet: but it is not an enlightenment of the mind with regard 49 2, 169 | intellect, after the actual enlightenment has ceased, there remains 50 2, 169 | even while ~his prophetic enlightenment ceases to be actual, on 51 2, 170 | knowledge is bestowed by Divine ~enlightenment and revelation. Therefore 52 2, 170 | 2: Further, some kind of enlightenment is requisite for prophetic ~ 53 2, 171 | imagination by means ~of the enlightenment of the higher light.~Aquin.: 54 2, 171 | prophecy is directed for man's enlightenment; wherefore ~it is written ( 55 2, 172 | In the present life the enlightenment by the divine ray is ~not 56 2, 174 | Wherefore, as the ~prophetic enlightenment is more excellent than the 57 2, 178 | easily be seen through the enlightenment of the ~Divine light. Wherefore 58 2, 178 | angel is "according to his enlightenment by the beautiful and the 59 2, 178 | according to the Divine ~enlightenment, it will belong to the oblique 60 2, 184 | taught by their godlike enlightenment." Hence neither hermits 61 3, 42 | heavenly hierarchy the Divine ~enlightenment comes to the lower angels 62 3, 44 | this, in so far ~as the enlightenment was inward, is not to be 63 3, 66 | seal, the safeguarding, the enlightenment," as ~Damascene says (De 64 3, 66 | life of righteousness; and "enlightenment," ~which refers especially 65 3, 66 | power of enlightening. But enlightenment is a special ~characteristic 66 3, 69 | incorporation in Christ, enlightenment, and ~fruitfulness?~Aquin.: 67 3, 69 | incorporation in Christ, ~enlightenment, and fruitfulness." For 68 3, 69 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, enlightenment is caused by teaching, according 69 3, 69 | Eccl. Hier. ii) ascribes ~enlightenment to Baptism. And on Ps. 22: 70 3, 86 | things clearly." Now the ~enlightenment of the blind man signifies 71 Suppl, 31| enlighten. ~Hence, since enlightenment is an effect of grace, no 72 Suppl, 86| others, either by way of enlightenment, as the higher ~angels enlighten 73 Suppl, 89| with a ~kind of continued enlightenment; thus we might understand


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