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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 6 | is a compound. But God is supremely simple; as ~was shown above ( 2 1, 10 | article. Hence, as ~God is supremely immutable, it supremely 3 1, 10 | supremely immutable, it supremely belongs to Him to be eternal. ~ 4 1, 11 | Para. 1/1~Whether God is supremely one?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] 5 1, 11 | It seems that God is not supremely "one." For "one" is so called ~ 6 1, 11 | what is essentially good is supremely good. Therefore ~what is 7 1, 11 | is essentially "one" is supremely "one." But every being is ~ 8 1, 11 | Therefore every being is supremely "one"; and therefore God 9 1, 11 | undivided being, if anything is ~supremely "one" it must be supremely 10 1, 11 | supremely "one" it must be supremely being, and supremely undivided. 11 1, 11 | be supremely being, and supremely undivided. Now ~both of 12 1, 11 | belong to God. For He is supremely being, inasmuch as His ~ 13 1, 11 | undetermined. But He is supremely ~undivided inasmuch as He 14 1, 11 | called more, or less, or ~supremely, "one."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 15 1, 11 | principle of number, are not ~supremely being, inasmuch as they 16 1, 11 | neither of them can be supremely "one." For as a subject 17 1, 11 | as a subject cannot be ~supremely "one," because of the difference 18 1, 12 | potentiality, is in Himself ~supremely knowable. But what is supremely 19 1, 12 | supremely knowable. But what is supremely knowable in itself, may 20 1, 12 | example, the sun, which ~is supremely visible, cannot be seen 21 1, 12 | by matter, is in itself supremely known. God is ~Infinite 22 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, what is supremely visible, is made less visible 23 1, 12 | Therefore, since God is supremely ~intelligible in Himself, 24 1, 12 | that in like manner He is supremely so ~to an angel. Therefore, 25 1, 12 | simple ~form." But God is a supremely simple form, as was shown 26 1, 13 | this name, "Who is," is the supremely appropriate name of ~God?~( 27 1, 13 | many in idea. But God is supremely one. ~Therefore it seems 28 1, 13 | Therefore ~this name "good" is supremely proper to God, and not this 29 1, 14 | returns to it." Now it ~supremely belongs to God to be self-subsisting. 30 1, 14 | this ~mode of speaking, He supremely returns to His own essence, 31 1, 28 | divine essence, which is supremely absolute and self-subsisting ~( 32 1, 32 | But the divine persons are supremely simple. ~Therefore we are 33 1, 39 | which, indeed, is simple and supremely ~one, as shown above (Q[ 34 1, 40 | themselves. But the persons ~are supremely simple. Therefore they are 35 1, 47 | always makes one. But God is ~supremely one, as appears from what 36 1, 50 | Therefore since God ~is supremely one, it seems that there 37 1, 39 | which, indeed, is simple and supremely ~one, as shown above (Q[ 38 1, 40 | themselves. But the persons ~are supremely simple. Therefore they are 39 1, 48 | always makes one. But God is ~supremely one, as appears from what 40 1, 51 | Therefore since God ~is supremely one, it seems that there 41 2, 2 | Further, since happiness is supremely desirable, it is contrary ~ 42 2, 34 | that every pleasure is ~supremely good, or even good at all. 43 2, 34 | Thus a certain science is supremely ~good, but not every science 44 2, 79 | Enchiridion xi) that "as God is supremely good, He would ~nowise allow 45 2, 99 | friendship of man to God, Who is ~supremely good, unless man become 46 2, 100 | disposed towards his end, is supremely contrary to ~reason. Now 47 2, 108 | Therefore His counsels are supremely useful ~and becoming.~Aquin.: 48 2, 10 | God is all-powerful and supremely ~good, nevertheless He allows 49 2, 23 | to love it. ~Now God is supremely lovable, since He is supremely 50 2, 23 | supremely lovable, since He is supremely good. Therefore it is ~easier 51 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as God is supremely knowable in Himself yet 52 2, 23 | things, ~so too, God is supremely lovable in Himself, in as 53 2, 23 | happiness. But He is not supremely lovable to us in this way, ~ 54 2, 41 | perfect. For Christ was supremely perfect: and yet He said 55 2, 80 | devotion, because God is supremely lovable. ~Yet such is the 56 2, 81 | with prayers." But God is ~supremely liberal. Therefore it would 57 2, 89 | unchangeable, and ~because He is supremely good, and it is not possible 58 2, 99 | holds first place, for He is supremely ~excellent, and is for us 59 2, 160 | is likened to God who is supremely excellent." ~Hence Augustine 60 3, 26 | Mediator, since He Who is supremely immortal and ~supremely 61 3, 26 | supremely immortal and ~supremely happy is far from us unhappy 62 Suppl, 75| immortality. Therefore ~God Who is supremely wise will choose this way 63 Suppl, 79| remiss. Now the soul will be supremely ~intent on the act of the 64 Suppl, 80| believe that His ~body was supremely subtle. Moreover the human 65 Suppl, 87| the Godhead ~is in itself supremely enjoyable, nevertheless 66 Suppl, 88| likened to God, Who is supremely immovable, by being themselves 67 Suppl, 89| Anima iii). Now God is ~supremely devoid of matter. Since 68 Suppl, 89| however, He is by nature supremely being, so He is in ~Himself 69 Suppl, 89| being, so He is in ~Himself supremely intelligible. But that He 70 Suppl, 89| corporeal eye." But God is supremely ~incorporeal. Therefore, 71 Suppl, 95| since they themselves are supremely ~unhappy, for this happens 72 Appen2, 1| OBJ 3: Further, God Who is supremely merciful is more inclined


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