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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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attributes

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | dimensions. But Holy Scripture attributes the three dimensions to ~ 2 1, 3 | is a body. Now Scripture ~attributes corporeal parts to God. " 3 1, 3 | things. ~Hence, when it attributes to God the three dimensions 4 1, 3 | the body. But Scripture attributes a soul to God; for it is 5 1, 3 | are ~accidents in us, are attributes of God. Therefore in God 6 1, 6 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv) attributes good to God as to the first 7 1, 13 | simple form as a subject, and attributes something else to it.~Aquin.: 8 1, 21 | 2: Further, the Apostle attributes the conversion of the Jews 9 1, 27 | to ~goodness and the like attributes except those of the Word 10 1, 32 | divine persons by its proper attributes, such as paternity, ~filiation, 11 1, 32 | knew some of the ~essential attributes appropriated to the persons, 12 1, 39 | names?~(7) Whether essential attributes can be appropriated to the 13 1, 39 | to the persons?~(8) Which attributes should be appropriated to 14 1, 39 | Therefore the ~essential attributes should not be appropriated 15 1, 39 | Further, the essential attributes expressed in the abstract ~ 16 1, 39 | Therefore the essential attributes, especially when expressed 17 1, 39 | appropriated. But the essential attributes, ~in our way of understanding, 18 1, 39 | Therefore the essential attributes are not to ~be appropriated 19 1, 39 | fitting that the ~essential attributes should be appropriated to 20 1, 39 | to us. Now the essential attributes of God ~are more clear to 21 1, 39 | knowledge of the essential ~attributes from creatures which are 22 1, 39 | make use of the essential attributes. And such a manifestation 23 1, 39 | the use of ~the essential attributes is called "appropriation."~ 24 1, 39 | manner by the essential ~attributes; in one way by similitude, 25 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: The essential attributes are not appropriated to 26 1, 39 | OBJ 2: If the essential attributes were appropriated to the ~ 27 1, 39 | 1~Whether the essential attributes are appropriated to the 28 1, 39 | seem that the essential attributes are appropriated to ~the 29 1, 41 | signified by the ~essential attributes; and whatever belongs to 30 1, 45 | they include the ~essential attributes, knowledge and will.~Aquin.: 31 1, 45 | appropriation of the essential attributes. For, as above stated ~( 32 1, 52 | Philosopher (Phys. vii, text 84) attributes the power of the heavenly ~ 33 1, 67 | bodies; and all these are attributes of light and its rays. ~ 34 1, 69 | land. Scripture, however, attributes it to the Divine power, ~ 35 1, 39 | names?~(7) Whether essential attributes can be appropriated to the 36 1, 39 | to the persons?~(8) Which attributes should be appropriated to 37 1, 39 | Therefore the ~essential attributes should not be appropriated 38 1, 39 | Further, the essential attributes expressed in the abstract ~ 39 1, 39 | Therefore the essential attributes, especially when expressed 40 1, 39 | appropriated. But the essential attributes, ~in our way of understanding, 41 1, 39 | Therefore the essential attributes are not to ~be appropriated 42 1, 39 | fitting that the ~essential attributes should be appropriated to 43 1, 39 | to us. Now the essential attributes of God ~are more clear to 44 1, 39 | knowledge of the essential ~attributes from creatures which are 45 1, 39 | make use of the essential ~attributes. And such a manifestation 46 1, 39 | the use of ~the essential attributes is called "appropriation."~ 47 1, 39 | manner by the essential ~attributes; in one way by similitude, 48 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: The essential attributes are not appropriated to 49 1, 39 | OBJ 2: If the essential attributes were appropriated to the ~ 50 1, 39 | 1~Whether the essential attributes are appropriated to the 51 1, 39 | seem that the essential attributes are appropriated to ~the 52 1, 41 | signified by the ~essential attributes; and whatever belongs to 53 1, 46 | they include the ~essential attributes, knowledge and will.~Aquin.: 54 1, 46 | appropriation of the essential attributes. For, as above stated ~( 55 1, 53 | Philosopher (Phys. vii, text 84) attributes the power of the heavenly ~ 56 1, 68 | bodies; and all these are attributes of light and its rays. ~ 57 1, 70 | land. Scripture, however, attributes it to the Divine power, ~ 58 1, 78 | Philosopher (De Anima iii) attributes this ~to the intellect, 59 1, 102| the ~second providence he attributes to the secondary deities, 60 1, 107| although these two excellent attributes include ~the third, yet 61 1, 110| Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. iii) attributes ~enlightenment to baptism, 62 1, 112| Philosopher (Ethic. vi) ~attributes to prudence. As regards 63 2, 102| signified the three Divine ~attributes, viz. wisdom, in the tables; 64 2, 111| the contrary, The Apostle attributes both to grace, viz. to sanctify ~ 65 2, 79 | Persons; ~and also many attributes, which differ at least logically 66 2, 79 | different aspects of the attributes concur under the aspect ~ 67 3, 3 | which are called essential attributes, without ~understanding 68 3, 7 | others. And hence Scripture attributes to Him the fulness of ~the 69 3, 20 | The third ~subjection He attributes to Himself, saying (Jn. 70 3, 50 | above (Q[16], AA[4],5), the attributes of ~human nature are predicated 71 Suppl, 7| ascribed to three Personal Attributes, so that contrition may


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