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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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generator

   Part, Question
1 1, 27 | derives existence from its ~generator. Therefore such existence 2 1, 27 | its existence from the generator, not as though that existence 3 1, 27 | generation, because every generator begets its ~own like; whereas 4 1, 27 | generated is the likeness of the generator; but ~it belongs to love, 5 1, 33 | it is to the form of the generator, the truer and more perfect 6 1, 33 | belongs to the essence of a generator to generate what is like ~ 7 1, 39 | that there exists a "God generator," and ~a "God not generator"; 8 1, 39 | generator," and ~a "God not generator"; unless there be an adjunct 9 1, 39 | the Father is God the ~generator" and the "Son is God the 10 1, 39 | nature ~numerically as the generator, but another nature, numerically 11 1, 40 | and as proceeding from the generator. Hence it is not possible ~ 12 1, 40 | what is generated and the generator should be distinguished 13 1, 40 | generation alone; but in the generator and in the thing generated 14 1, 41 | receives the nature of the generator and ~this pertains to perfection; 15 1, 41 | means ~that whereby the generator generates. Now every generator 16 1, 41 | generator generates. Now every generator generates by ~something. 17 1, 41 | something. Therefore in every generator we must suppose the power 18 1, 41 | being that by which the generator ~generates. And therefore 19 1, 41 | which it makes, and the ~generator from that which it generates: 20 1, 41 | generates: but that by which the generator ~generates is common to 21 1, 41 | common to generated and generator, and so much more ~perfectly, 22 1, 44 | likeness of the form of the ~generator, which intends to communicate 23 1, 44 | would be more noble than the generator, since ~the end is more 24 1, 45 | the shape of a univocal ~generator.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 25 1, 46 | to this particular man as generator to be generated by another ~ 26 1, 46 | the grade of ~a particular generator. Hence it is not impossible 27 1, 39 | that there exists a "God generator," and ~a "God not generator"; 28 1, 39 | generator," and ~a "God not generator"; unless there be an adjunct 29 1, 39 | the Father is God the ~generator" and the "Son is God the 30 1, 39 | nature ~numerically as the generator, but another nature, numerically 31 1, 40 | and as proceeding from the generator. Hence it is not possible ~ 32 1, 40 | what is generated and the generator should be distinguished 33 1, 40 | generation alone; but in the generator and in the thing generated 34 1, 41 | receives the nature of the generator and ~this pertains to perfection; 35 1, 41 | means ~that whereby the generator generates. Now every generator 36 1, 41 | generator generates. Now every generator generates by ~something. 37 1, 41 | something. Therefore in every generator we must suppose the power 38 1, 41 | being that by which the generator ~generates. And therefore 39 1, 41 | which it makes, and the ~generator from that which it generates: 40 1, 41 | generates: but that by which the generator ~generates is common to 41 1, 41 | common to generated and generator, and so much more ~perfectly, 42 1, 45 | likeness of the form of the ~generator, which intends to communicate 43 1, 45 | would be more noble than the generator, since ~the end is more 44 1, 46 | the shape of a univocal ~generator.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 45 1, 47 | to this particular man as generator to be generated by another ~ 46 1, 47 | the grade of ~a particular generator. Hence it is not impossible 47 1, 104 | likened to the composite generator by a likeness of species. 48 1, 104 | Therefore ~just as the composite generator can move matter to a form 49 1, 104 | cause, for which reason the generator is called the mover; or ~ 50 1, 104 | principle of action, as the generator is ~said to be the cause 51 1, 117 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the generator begets its like: so that 52 1, 117 | so that the form of the ~generator must be actually in the 53 1, 117 | composites. And since the generator is ~like the generated, 54 1, 117 | force from the ~soul of the generator, just as the instrument 55 1, 117 | caused by the soul of the generator, or by some seminal power 56 1, 117 | derived from the soul of the generator, is, as it were, a certain ~ 57 1, 117 | soul; for thus, indeed, the generator and generated would be ~ 58 1, 118 | Further, the food of the generator is sometimes the flesh of ~ 59 2, 1 | conformed to the form of the generator. And since, as ~Ambrose 60 2, 9 | Phys. vii, ~4, that the generator moves locally heavy and 61 2, 17 | said to be moved by their generator, as the Philosopher states ( 62 2, 26 | from the form. Thus the generator gives the generated body 63 2, 76 | by its own power, as the generator is the moving cause of heavy 64 2, 83 | of the will of the ~first generator, through the channel of 65 2, 169 | likeness of the form of the ~generator. Jerome speaks in this sense 66 3, 32 | generated into likeness of the ~generator. Wherefore, as Augustine 67 Suppl, 81| is an impression of their generator, which is the ~mover as


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