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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mirror

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | iv): "An angel is a ~pure mirror, most clear, receiving, 2 1, 12 | Further, whoever sees a mirror, sees what is reflected 3 1, 12 | what is reflected in the ~mirror. But all actual or possible 4 1, 12 | shine forth in God as in a ~mirror; for He knows all things 5 1, 12 | necessary that whoever sees a mirror should see ~all that is 6 1, 12 | see ~all that is in the mirror, unless his glance comprehends 7 1, 12 | his glance comprehends the mirror ~itself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 12 | 1/1~On the contrary, A mirror and what is in it are seen 9 1, 12 | God as in an intelligible mirror. ~Therefore if God Himself 10 1, 14 | when a man is seen in a mirror by the image in the mirror, 11 1, 14 | mirror by the image in the mirror, or by any ~other mode by 12 1, 14 | see different things in a mirror. Now God sees all things 13 1, 16 | likenesses are reflected in a ~mirror, so many truths are reflected 14 1, 16 | reflected in ~the soul, as in a mirror, by reason of the first 15 1, 56 | whereby He is seen in the mirror of creatures. As was already 16 1, 56 | Nor does vision through a mirror belong to the angels, since ~ 17 1, 56 | when we behold a man in a mirror.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 18 1, 56 | are said to see God in a mirror. ~But the knowledge, whereby 19 1, 56 | nature is itself a kind of mirror ~representing the Divine 20 1, 58 | seen simultaneously in a mirror, it ~is not discursive knowledge. 21 1, 58 | is a pure and most clear mirror, as Dionysius says ~(Div. 22 1, 57 | whereby He is seen in the mirror of creatures. As was already 23 1, 57 | Nor does vision through a mirror belong to the angels, since ~ 24 1, 57 | when we behold a man in a mirror.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 25 1, 57 | are said to see God in a mirror. ~But the knowledge, whereby 26 1, 57 | nature is itself a kind of mirror ~representing the Divine 27 1, 59 | seen simultaneously in a mirror, it ~is not discursive knowledge. 28 1, 59 | is a pure and most clear mirror, as Dionysius says ~(Div. 29 1, 83 | known; as ~one may see in a mirror the images of things reflected 30 1, 93 | seen more clearly through a mirror in which his image is the 31 1, 93 | a man is ~seen through a mirror, and is seen with the mirror: 32 1, 93 | mirror, and is seen with the mirror: another kind of ~medium 33 1, 116 | same way as a new and clear mirror contracts a tarnish from 34 2, 49 | apprehensive power. Thus if a mirror be well disposed ~the forms 35 2, 169 | God and to know Him in the mirror of His creatures - and for 36 2, 171 | God (which they call the "mirror of eternity") [*Cf. De ~ 37 2, 171 | more ~of the nature of a mirror than the Divine essence: 38 2, 171 | Divine essence: since in a mirror ~images are formed from 39 2, 171 | enlightened may be called a mirror, in so far as ~a likeness 40 2, 171 | reason it is called the "mirror of eternity," as representing ~ 41 2, 178 | speculatio] denotes "seeing in a mirror ~[speculo], not from a watch-tower [ 42 2, 178 | Now to see a thing in a ~mirror is to see a cause in its 43 3, 5 | man is reflected in the mirror by his ~presence. Hence 44 3, 76 | image ~which appears in a mirror, which appears as one in 45 3, 76 | appears as one in the unbroken mirror, ~whereas when the mirror 46 3, 76 | mirror, ~whereas when the mirror is broken, there is an image 47 3, 76 | each part of the ~broken mirror: for the comparison is not 48 3, 76 | images results in the broken mirror on account of the various ~ 49 3, 76 | the various parts of the mirror; but here there is only ~ 50 Suppl, 79| species; and ~consequently a mirror placed under the sun's rays 51 Suppl, 79| placed in ~opposition to a mirror directly opposite the sun' 52 Suppl, 79| an image to appear in a mirror it must needs ~be thrown 53 Suppl, 79| affixed to the ~glass in a mirror. The sun's ray dispels this 54 Suppl, 79| image ~can appear in the mirror. But the clarity of a glorified 55 Suppl, 89| Him in His effect and in a mirror as it ~were. For this reason 56 Suppl, 89| else: thus by looking in a mirror it ~is led to see the things 57 Suppl, 89| things reflected in the mirror, and by looking at an ~image 58 Suppl, 89| Further, whoever sees a mirror sees the things reflected 59 Suppl, 89| things reflected in the ~mirror. Now all things are reflected 60 Suppl, 89| the Word of God as in a mirror, ~because He is the type 61 Suppl, 89| Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 6: This mirror has a will: and even as 62 Suppl, 89| comparison with a material mirror hold, for it is not in its 63 Suppl, 89| reply that in a material mirror both object and mirror are ~ 64 Suppl, 89| material mirror both object and mirror are ~seen under their proper 65 Suppl, 89| proper image; although the mirror be seen through an ~image 66 Suppl, 89| other. But in the uncreated ~mirror a thing is seen through 67 Suppl, 89| through the form of the mirror, just as an effect ~is seen 68 Suppl, 89| whoever sees the eternal mirror sees all that is ~reflected 69 Suppl, 89| that is ~reflected in that mirror: since he who sees the cause


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