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1 1, 1 | seek to know what is above ~reason: "Seek not the things that 2 1, 1 | But whatever is not above reason is fully treated of in philosophical ~ 3 1, 1 | has been built up by human reason. Therefore it is useful ~ 4 1, 1 | science built up by ~human reason. Firstly, indeed, because 5 1, 1 | surpasses the grasp of his reason: "The eye hath not seen, 6 1, 1 | truths which exceed human reason should ~be made known to 7 1, 1 | truths ~about God which human reason could have discovered, it 8 1, 1 | truth about God ~such as reason could discover, would only 9 1, 1 | philosophical science built up by reason, there should be a ~sacred 10 1, 1 | sought for by man through his reason, nevertheless, once they 11 1, 1 | itself. Hence there is no ~reason why those things which may 12 1, 1 | can be known by natural reason, may not also be taught 13 1, 1 | than another, either by reason ~of its greater certitude, 14 1, 1 | greater certitude, or by reason of the higher worth of its ~ 15 1, 1 | the natural light of human reason, ~which can err; whereas 16 1, 1 | sublimity transcend human reason; while other sciences ~consider 17 1, 1 | things which are within reason's grasp. Of the ~practical 18 1, 1 | is known through natural reason (from which proceed ~the 19 1, 1 | to that which is above reason, such as are the ~teachings 20 1, 1 | or are proved by natural reason through some other ~science. 21 1, 1 | and not through natural reason. Therefore it has no concern 22 1, 1 | from authority or from reason. If it is from authority, 23 1, 1 | proof. But if it is from reason, this is unbefitting its 24 1, 1 | those things of ~which human reason brings its own experience." 25 1, 1 | Although arguments from human reason cannot avail to prove ~what 26 1, 1 | authority based on human reason is the ~weakest, yet the 27 1, 1 | makes use even of human reason, not, ~indeed, to prove 28 1, 1 | but perfects it, ~natural reason should minister to faith 29 1, 1 | know the truth by natural reason, as ~Paul quotes a saying 30 1, 1 | as when Our Lord gave the reason why Moses ~allowed the putting 31 1, 2 | can be known by natural reason, are not articles of faith, 32 1, 2 | principle which is human reason, or will. Therefore there 33 1, 2 | cause other than ~human reason or will, since these can 34 1, 3 | excels all animals by his reason and intelligence; hence ~ 35 1, 3 | to his intelligence and reason, which are incorporeal, ~ 36 1, 3 | irrational animal to be without reason. Or we may ~understand a 37 1, 3 | genus ~animal is without reason, because it is not of the 38 1, 3 | animal in ~general to have reason; but neither is it to lack 39 1, 3 | but neither is it to lack reason. And so the ~divine being 40 1, 4 | the first principle. The reason was that the ~ancient philosophers 41 1, 5 | even sense is a sort of reason, just as is every cognitive ~ 42 1, 6 | it is being. But for this reason is it called ~being because 43 1, 6 | something else: hence for this reason is it called good because ~ 44 1, 6 | directed to God, and this is by reason of ~the divine goodness; 45 1, 6 | everything is called good by reason of the similitude of ~the 46 1, 7 | said (Phys. iii), and with reason; for they ~considered that 47 1, 9 | any potentiality, for the reason that, ~absolutely, potentiality 48 1, 10 | measures, then there ~is some reason for it, inasmuch as that 49 1, 10 | Body Para. 2/2~Another reason for the same can be taken 50 1, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Such a reason would be a valid one if 51 1, 10 | however, is not a ~sufficient reason; because time is not a number 52 1, 10 | cloth are continuous not by reason of the ~number, but by reason 53 1, 10 | reason of the ~number, but by reason of the thing numbered. Now 54 1, 10 | accidentally. Therefore the true reason why time is one, is to be 55 1, 10 | time for all of them, by reason of the first measured by ~ 56 1, 10 | have one aeviternity by reason of ~the first, though all 57 1, 11 | being." This is the very ~reason why "one" is the same as " 58 1, 11 | being; and so in being, by reason of its universality, the 59 1, 11 | it is manifest that the reason why any ~singular thing 60 1, 11 | remotion. Thus there is no reason why a certain kind of privation 61 1, 12 | 12) Whether by natural reason we can know God in this 62 1, 12 | the knowledge of natural reason? ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 63 1, 12 | image, nor opinion, nor reason, nor ~knowledge of Him."~ 64 1, 12 | cannot be seen by the bat by reason of its excess ~of light.~ 65 1, 12 | opinion ~is also against reason. For there resides in every 66 1, 12 | made less visible to us by ~reason of our defective corporeal 67 1, 12 | proposition is known by probable ~reason only, it does not follow 68 1, 12 | that, "it is the duty of reason to judge of ~these corporeal 69 1, 12 | from this mortal life. The reason is because, as ~was said 70 1, 12 | for the light of natural reason itself is a ~participation 71 1, 12 | in this life by natural reason?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 72 1, 12 | It seems that by natural reason we cannot know God in this 73 1, 12 | says (De Consol. v) that "reason does not grasp simple ~form." 74 1, 12 | 7]~). Therefore natural reason cannot attain to know Him.~ 75 1, 12 | understands nothing by natural reason without ~the use of the 76 1, 12 | the knowledge of natural reason belongs to both good and ~ 77 1, 12 | cannot be known by natural reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 78 1, 12 | known of God by natural reason, "is manifest in them."~ 79 1, 12 | not ~removed from Him by reason of any defect on His part, 80 1, 12 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Reason cannot reach up to simple 81 1, 12 | knowledge of Him by natural reason can belong ~to both good 82 1, 12 | truths," i.e. by natural reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 83 1, 12 | obtained than by ~natural reason?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 84 1, 12 | obtained ~than by natural reason. For Dionysius says (De 85 1, 12 | comes about also ~by natural reason. Therefore God is not more 86 1, 12 | by grace than by ~natural reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 87 1, 12 | divine things by natural ~reason only through the imagination; 88 1, 12 | by grace than by natural reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 89 1, 12 | by grace than by ~natural reason. Which is proved thus. The 90 1, 12 | which we have by ~natural reason contains two things: images 91 1, 12 | revelation, to which natural reason cannot reach, ~as, for instance, 92 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The reason why God has no name, or 93 1, 13 | in neither of them can a reason be assigned why some names ~ 94 1, 13 | are denied of God ~for the reason that what the name signifies 95 1, 13 | God and ~creatures. The reason of this is that every effect 96 1, 13 | in the apprehension of ~reason; as when we say a thing " 97 1, 13 | the same as itself." For reason ~apprehending one thing 98 1, 13 | and "non-being" formed by reason, apprehending ~"non-being" 99 1, 13 | that follow upon ~an act of reason, as genus and species, and 100 1, 13 | God ~temporally, not by reason of any change in Him, but 101 1, 13 | any change in Him, but by reason of the ~change of the creature; 102 1, 13 | to the creature for the reason that ~the creature is related 103 1, 13 | many subjects; and the ~reason is because the mind understands 104 1, 13 | This is ~apparent from this reason: Univocal terms mean absolutely 105 1, 13 | there is sensible nature by reason of which he is ~called animal, 106 1, 13 | and the rational nature by reason of which he is called ~man; 107 1, 14 | immateriality of a ~thing is the reason why it is cognitive; and 108 1, 14 | intellect in act." ~For the reason why we actually feel or 109 1, 14 | known by some ~probable reason. Now it is manifest that 110 1, 14 | knowable; ~and for that reason He perfectly comprehends 111 1, 14 | 2/2~But when he says the reason why God foreknows some things 112 1, 14 | the human ~intellect by reason of its immateriality does 113 1, 14 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii), "reason has to do with ~universals, 114 1, 14 | application cannot be the reason ~of knowing the particular, 115 1, 14 | A[12] Body Para. 2/2~The reason of this is to be found in 116 1, 14 | of the species; and the reason ~is because the intelligible 117 1, 14 | but simultaneously. The reason is because His ~knowledge 118 1, 14 | effect may be ~contingent by reason of the proximate contingent 119 1, 14 | a plant is contingent by reason of the proximate ~contingent 120 1, 14 | which is contingent by reason of the proximate cause. 121 1, 14 | which is speculative by ~reason of the thing itself known, 122 1, 15 | clear for the following reason:~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 123 1, 16 | whatever is true, is true by reason of truth. If, then, ~truth 124 1, 16 | form, as knowing. For this reason truth is defined by the ~ 125 1, 16 | apprehended, that is, by reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 126 1, 16 | soul, as in a mirror, by reason of the first principles 127 1, 16 | and true, of course, by reason of truth; so that truth 128 1, 16 | truth did exist, except by reason of the divine intellect, ~ 129 1, 16 | and this is true only by reason of the truth that is ~now 130 1, 16 | our intellect; and not by reason of any truth in the things. 131 1, 16 | immutable; and for the same reason that of any ~other.~Aquin.: 132 1, 17 | exists nowhere; whatever reason may appear to ~the contrary."~ 133 1, 17 | apprehension; and for this reason the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~ 134 1, 17 | false in itself. For this reason ~the intellect cannot be 135 1, 17 | about them for the same reason that it is not ~deceived 136 1, 18 | comparing them to that by reason of which ~animals are said 137 1, 18 | denote the ~properties by reason of which they are imposed. 138 1, 18 | This can only be done by reason and ~intellect; whose province 139 1, 18 | the individual. For this reason life is not found here below ~ 140 1, 18 | in themselves. For which reason, in ~fact, Plato held that 141 1, 19 | sake of the end, the whole reason ~for our being moved is 142 1, 19 | wills nothing except by reason of its goodness. Thus, too, ~ 143 1, 19 | to the thing ~willed. The reason for this is that knowledge 144 1, 19 | 1): "As our sun, not by reason nor by ~pre-election, but 145 1, 19 | voluntary ~agent acts by reason and pre-election. Therefore 146 1, 19 | as His goodness is the ~reason of His willing all other 147 1, 19 | voluntary agent, what is the reason of ~operating, is the cause 148 1, 19 | willed ~but not on all. The reason of this some have chosen 149 1, 19 | free-will is the faculty of the reason and will, by ~which good 150 1, 19 | thing. Hence there is not reason why the same thing should 151 1, 19 | own acts; and for ~this reason certain special expressions 152 1, 20 | and appetite; ~for which reason all the other appetite movements 153 1, 20 | ourselves the universal reason ~moves through the medium 154 1, 20 | medium of the particular reason, as stated in De Anima ~ 155 1, 20 | simple," and for the same reason He loves ~without passion.~ 156 1, 20 | proper natures; and for that reason has loved ~them, even as 157 1, 20 | Therefore there ~is no reason why it may not vary in degree.~ 158 1, 20 | goodness in things; and the reason why some things are better 159 1, 20 | by Christ also, for which reason He gave him the care of 160 1, 21 | in its essence. For this reason it is said (De ~Hebdom.) 161 1, 21 | governs, resides in the reason ~or intellect; but as to 162 1, 21 | this necessity there is a reason, because since a debt ~paid 163 1, 21 | second ~causes. For this reason does God out of abundance 164 1, 22 | towards an end, the right ~reason of which He possesses, does 165 1, 22 | may ~be said that the very reason of things to be done is 166 1, 22 | providence - namely, the ~"reason of order," which is called 167 1, 22 | Prudence is the right reason of things contingent ~concerning 168 1, 22 | providence. This was the reason that had ~weight with Tully, 169 1, 22 | defect in His power, but by reason of the abundance of His 170 1, 23 | merits are the cause or reason of predestination, or ~reprobation, 171 1, 23 | as it were, by God. ~The reason of that direction pre-exists 172 1, 23 | Predestination, however, by reason of the antecedent nature 173 1, 23 | election in the order of ~reason; and election presupposes 174 1, 23 | election presupposes love. The reason of this is that ~predestination, 175 1, 23 | presupposes, in the order of reason, that God wills their ~salvation; 176 1, 23 | election in the order of reason, and election precedes ~ 177 1, 23 | But there can be no ~other reason for predestination than 178 1, 23 | it must be the cause of reason of predestination.~Aquin.: 179 1, 23 | merits is not the cause or reason of predestination.~Aquin.: 180 1, 23 | said above ~(A[4]), the reason of predestination must be 181 1, 23 | the same way ~as was the reason of the will of God. Now 182 1, 23 | the ~act of willing; but a reason can be found on the part 183 1, 23 | merits in this life are the reason and ~cause of the effect 184 1, 23 | anything begun in us can be the reason of the effect of predestination.~ 185 1, 23 | predestination ~are the reason of predestination; giving 186 1, 23 | cannot be considered as the reason of ~predestination, since 187 1, 23 | anything else in us be the reason of predestination, it ~will 188 1, 23 | particular; and thus there is no ~reason why one effect of predestination 189 1, 23 | predestination should not be the reason or cause ~of another; a 190 1, 23 | subsequent effect being the reason of a previous effect, as ~ 191 1, 23 | previous effect being the reason of the ~subsequent as its 192 1, 23 | goodness of God for its reason; towards which ~the whole 193 1, 23 | however, one effect is the reason of another; as already stated.~ 194 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The reason for the predestination of 195 1, 23 | punishing them. ~This is the reason why God elects some and 196 1, 23 | reprobates others, has ~no reason, except the divine will. 197 1, 23 | the things of nature, a ~reason can be assigned, since primary 198 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no reason can be assigned why God 199 1, 23 | arranged by ~God without a reason. Therefore the number to 200 1, 23 | be certain to God, not by reason of His knowledge, ~because, 201 1, 23 | certain to God); ~but by reason of His deliberate choice 202 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The reason of the quantity of any one 203 1, 23 | the whole. Thus in God the reason why ~He has made so many 204 1, 23 | certainly ~fulfilled. For this reason it is said: "Labor more 205 1, 24 | directed to ~glory. For this reason those who, possessing grace, 206 1, 25 | an incorporeal mover. The reason of this is ~that one body 207 1, 25 | are possible; and for this reason He is said to be ~omnipotent. 208 1, 25 | He will. For there is no ~reason why a conditional proposition 209 1, 25 | Therefore, for the same reason, He cannot effect that ~ 210 1, 25 | envious." ~For the same reason, if God could have made 211 1, 26 | called blesses [beati] by reason of the assimilation ~to 212 1, 27 | Word. Because, for whatever reason we admit another ~procession, 213 1, 28 | same applies for the same reason to ~the other relations 214 1, 28 | in the ~apprehension of reason comparing one thing to another, 215 1, 28 | as, for instance, when reason compares man to ~animal 216 1, 28 | certain order observed by reason as regards ~the order of 217 1, 28 | relations only, inasmuch as reason ~observes them as existing 218 1, 28 | as the intellect and the reason are real things, and ~are 219 1, 28 | of identity; and this by reason of God's ~supreme simplicity.~ 220 1, 28 | distinguished from each other by reason of their regard to things, 221 1, 29 | the rational nature, by reason of the excellence of that 222 1, 29 | apply to God. Both because reason implies a discursive ~knowledge, 223 1, 29 | hypostasis distinct by reason of dignity." And because 224 1, 29 | a rational "nature," if reason ~be taken to mean, not discursive 225 1, 29 | silenced, they had still more ~reason to argue. Seeing this, others 226 1, 30 | essences or ~natures, by reason of the equivocal signification 227 1, 31 | Trinity is trine," by reason of the number ~implied, 228 1, 31 | so, there is sufficient reason for using it, ~where there 229 1, 31 | persons are not excluded by reason of the unity of ~essence; 230 1, 31 | Son or the Holy Ghost, by reason of the ~unity of essence. 231 1, 32 | can be known by natural reason?~(2) Whether notions are 232 1, 32 | can be known by natural reason?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 233 1, 32 | can be known ~by natural reason. For philosophers came to 234 1, 32 | otherwise than by natural reason. Now we find that they said 235 1, 32 | be obtained by ~natural reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 236 1, 32 | have ~brought forward a reason from the infinite goodness 237 1, 32 | can be known by natural ~reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 238 1, 32 | cannot be known ~by natural reason. But it ought not to be 239 1, 32 | can be ~known by natural reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 240 1, 32 | for which no necessary reason can be given, it follows 241 1, 32 | persons cannot be known by reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 242 1, 32 | the ~Trinity by natural reason. For, as above explained ( 243 1, 32 | knowledge of God by natural reason except from ~creatures. 244 1, 32 | Accordingly, by natural reason we can know of God that ~ 245 1, 32 | persons. Therefore, by natural reason we can know what ~belongs 246 1, 32 | trinity of ~persons by natural reason, derogates from faith in 247 1, 32 | things, that exceed human reason; wherefore the ~Apostle 248 1, 32 | God produced one world by reason of His love for Himself.~ 249 1, 32 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Reason may be employed in two ways 250 1, 32 | always of uniform velocity. ~Reason is employed in another way, 251 1, 32 | Reply OBJ 3: There are two reason why the knowledge of the 252 1, 32 | of any other extrinsic reason, but on account of the love 253 1, 32 | 1],3); while there is no reason against our admitting ~in 254 1, 32 | as the divine wisdom by reason of the common reality, so 255 1, 32 | persons are multiplied by reason of their origin: ~and origin 256 1, 32 | free from heresy. For this reason many ~things are now considered 257 1, 33 | but only "principle." The reason is because "principle" ~ 258 1, 33 | something of ~authority by reason of His being the principle, 259 1, 33 | term signifies, and the reason why it was imposed, are ~ 260 1, 33 | compared to the creature by reason of ~filiation or generation, 261 1, 33 | latter bears the name by reason of a kind ~of similitude 262 1, 33 | Father of some creatures, by reason only of a trace, for ~instance 263 1, 33 | creature (He is the Father), by reason of the likeness of His ~ 264 1, 33 | person proceeding. So if by reason of his opposition to ~the 265 1, 33 | the first "principle," by reason of its having a relation 266 1, 33 | a "first" ~principle by reason of its not being from another. 267 1, 34 | metaphorically, this can only be by reason of ~some manifestation; 268 1, 35 | Because as it is not by reason ~of the relations that we 269 1, 35 | Trin. v, 6), so neither (by reason thereof do we ~consider) 270 1, 36 | Q[28], A[4]): for which reason the Person proceeding ~in 271 1, 36 | by way of love, ~for the reason above explained.~Aquin.: 272 1, 36 | For even if for ~no other reason were the Son and the Holy 273 1, 36 | human nature of Christ, by reason ~of what is written: "On 274 1, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: For the reason that the Holy Ghost proceeds 275 1, 36 | if one property were the reason ~of the Father and the Son 276 1, 36 | the Son ~are one God, by reason of the unity of the form 277 1, 36 | principle of the Holy Ghost by reason of the ~unity of the property 278 1, 36 | ad 7). Nor is there any reason against one property being 279 1, 36 | not thence follow that by reason of ~the several properties 280 1, 36 | Reply OBJ 3: It is not by reason of relative properties that 281 1, 36 | dissimilitude in God, but by reason of the essence. Hence, ~ 282 1, 36 | Reply OBJ 6: There is no reason against saying that the 283 1, 36 | there are two spirators, by reason of the ~distinction of " 284 1, 36 | Son are two ~spirating, by reason of the plurality of the " 285 1, 36 | but not two ~spirators by reason of the one spiration. For 286 1, 37 | affection of the lover; by reason of which the ~object loved 287 1, 38 | gratuitous donation. Now, the reason of donation being gratuitous 288 1, 39 | are ~subsistent, and so by reason of the opposition between 289 1, 39 | persons. So for the same reason we can ~say there are "three 290 1, 39 | persons in the ~plural. The reason of this is that substantives 291 1, 39 | plural. This, then, is the reason ~why we say that Socrates, 292 1, 39 | three persons plurally, by reason ~of the plurality of "supposita." 293 1, 39 | of expression. So as ~by reason of the plurality of "supposita" 294 1, 39 | this term "God" cannot by reason ~of the notional predicate, 295 1, 39 | generates; for the same reason this is true, "God does 296 1, 39 | for the essence, but by reason ~of some notional adjunct 297 1, 39 | attributed to the subject ~by reason of the form signified - 298 1, 39 | say, "God ~generates," by reason of the notional act this 299 1, 39 | essence": considering that, by reason of the divine simplicity 300 1, 39 | by mode of ~identity by reason of the divine simplicity; 301 1, 39 | us from the standpoint of reason than the personal ~properties; 302 1, 39 | says, because fathers by reason ~of old age are sometimes 303 1, 39 | does apparently without reason. For ~"eternity" imports 304 1, 39 | anything else; and for this ~reason it is appropriated to the 305 1, 39 | that "The Three are one, by reason of the ~Father; They are 306 1, 39 | Father; They are equal by reason of the Son; and are united 307 1, 39 | the Son; and are united by reason of ~the Holy Ghost." For 308 1, 39 | Son. So, all are equal by reason of the Son, not as if the ~ 309 1, 39 | So ~all are connected by reason of the Holy Ghost; because 310 1, 39 | appropriation is made both by reason of similitude as regards ~ 311 1, 39 | the divine persons, and by reason of dissimilitude if we ~ 312 1, 39 | is wanting sometimes by ~reason of old age. "Wisdom" has 313 1, 39 | this is sometimes absent by reason of lack of years. "Goodness," 314 1, 39 | can be ~applied to God by reason of His active power; hence 315 1, 39 | person of the Son, not by ~reason of itself, but by reason 316 1, 39 | reason of itself, but by reason of an adjunct, inasmuch 317 1, 40 | consider that in God, by ~reason of the divine simplicity, 318 1, 40 | according to the ~other reason of identity, whereby whatever 319 1, 40 | are ~not due to the same reason. For as He is the Father 320 1, 41 | let him be anathema." The ~reason of this is that will and 321 1, 41 | necessary "of itself," and "by reason ~of another." Taken in the 322 1, 41 | concerning the Holy Ghost, by ~reason of what is said (Zach. 12: 323 1, 41 | other is a distinction of reason only. By a real distinction, 324 1, 41 | action and ~agent is one of reason only, otherwise action would 325 1, 41 | there is a distinction of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 326 1, 41 | Body Para. 2/5~The first reason is in regard to the relations 327 1, 41 | Body Para. 3/5~The second reason is taken from the manner 328 1, 41 | Body Para. 4/5~The third reason is taken from the manner 329 1, 41 | Body Para. 5/5~The fourth reason is taken from the perfection 330 1, 41 | divine persons. ~For this reason is the Son perfect, that 331 1, 41 | the Son is the Father, by reason of the notional term added. ~ 332 1, 42 | can there be equality by reason of discrete quantity, because ~ 333 1, 42 | persons are distinct by reason of the relations. ~Therefore 334 1, 42 | involving a plurality." Now ~the reason of this is that unequal 335 1, 42 | everything has being by reason of its form. The second 336 1, 42 | not conversely, for this reason we say that the Son is equalled 337 1, 42 | essence, since for this reason are the persons equal to 338 1, 42 | unity of essence. For this reason the Master says (Sent. ~ 339 1, 42 | the order of nature and reason, if formally considered 340 1, 42 | the order of nature and reason, ~inasmuch as the one enters 341 1, 42 | the order of nature and reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 342 1, 42 | shortcomings, then every son, by reason of his natural ~nativity, 343 1, 43 | can be put down as the ~reason why the divine person is 344 1, 43 | gifts nevertheless, by ~reason of their own particular 345 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is not sent by reason of those ~visible creatures 346 1, 43 | Son was visibly sent by reason of the noblest kind ~of 347 1, 43 | He ought to be sent by reason of rational creatures.~Aquin.: 348 1, 43 | the Son of God; and so, by reason of the nature ~assumed, 349 1, 43 | less than the Father by reason of any visible ~creature.~ 350 1, 43 | regards His human nature, by reason of which ~He was sent to 351 1, 43 | sends the person sent. This reason does not prove that a man 352 1, 44 | their ~necessity. But the reason why an efficient cause is 353 1, 44 | to that cause is ~not the reason why it is brought under 354 1, 44 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The reason adduced does not show that 355 1, 44 | determinate form in matter ~by reason of the exemplar before him, 356 1, 44 | exemplar of another by ~the reason of its likeness thereto, 357 1, 45 | be necessary for the same reason to suppose another ~creation 358 1, 45 | but only a relation of reason; ~whereas the relation of 359 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This reason does not prove that matter 360 1, 45 | through the Son. Again, the reason ~for this particular appropriation 361 1, 45 | by creation; and the same reason applies to other things.~ 362 1, 46 | being the final cause, by reason of His goodness, the ~exemplar 363 1, 46 | the ~exemplar cause by reason of His wisdom, and the efficient 364 1, 46 | the efficient cause, by ~reason of His power as appears 365 1, 46 | have nothing to say from reason, as, "whether the world 366 1, 46 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~Hence this reason which is given by Aristotle ( 367 1, 46 | it is evident ~that this reason, which Aristotle gives ( 368 1, 46 | Aristotle brings forward this reason (Phys. viii, text 10) against 369 1, 46 | Trinity (Q[32], A[1]). The reason of this is that the ~newness 370 1, 46 | cannot be investigated by ~reason, except as regards those 371 1, 46 | hold that the ~arts, by reason of various corruptions and 372 1, 46 | of the world evade this reason ~in many ways. For some 373 1, 46 | appropriated to the Father by reason of power, so ~the exemplar 374 1, 46 | appropriated to the Son by reason of wisdom, in ~order that, 375 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This reason would apply to the representation 376 1, 47 | and which is multiplied by reason of ~matter only; hence the 377 1, 47 | created things without a reason. But for the same reason 378 1, 47 | reason. But for the same reason He ~created one, He could 379 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This reason proves that the world is 380 1, 47 | forasmuch as for the same reason it might be said that if 381 1, 48 | privation of the good of ~reason, but the delight of sense 382 1, 48 | sense without the order of reason. Hence evil ~is not a constitutive 383 1, 48 | difference as such, but by reason of the good that ~is annexed.~ 384 1, 48 | accidentally, that is, by reason of some good joined to it.~ 385 1, 48 | 2/3~There is a twofold reason for this. The first is that 386 1, 48 | Body Para. 3/3~The second reason can be taken from the fact 387 1, 49 | action evil is caused by reason of ~the defect of some principle 388 1, 49 | an animal may ~happen by reason of the weakness of the motive 389 1, 49 | case of ~children, or by reason only of the ineptitude of 390 1, 49 | the agent, ~sometimes by reason of a defect, either of the 391 1, 49 | matter. It is caused by reason of the power or perfection 392 1, 49 | evil which is fault, by reason of what is said above.~Aquin.: 393 1, 49 | to be evil and worse, by reason of ~access to the supreme 394 1, 49 | be good and ~better, by reason of access to the supreme 395 1, 49 | that is, in regard to reason; ~and more men seek good 396 1, 49 | than good according to ~reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 397 1, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This reason is given in the book on 398 1, 50 | our material numbers." The reason whereof ~is this, because, 399 1, 50 | of their own nature. The reason for this is, that nothing ~ 400 1, 52 | consequently for the same reason all ~other spiritual substances.~ 401 1, 52 | body. Therefore for a like reason there are not two angels 402 1, 52 | angels in the same place. The reason of ~this is because it is 403 1, 52 | the place; but for another reason, as has ~been said.~Aquin.: 404 1, 53 | its purpose for a twofold reason. ~First of all, because 405 1, 54 | essence of an angel is the reason of his entire ~existence, 406 1, 54 | existence, but not the reason of his whole act of understanding, 407 1, 54 | demons; and for the same reason it is in the angels, since 408 1, 54 | as is our soul. For ~this reason the angels are called "intellects" 409 1, 55 | I answer that, For this reason are some things of a more 410 1, 57 | one who ~understands, by reason of the intelligible species 411 1, 57 | in things. For ~the same reason, the species in the angel' 412 1, 57 | spoken of as distant by reason of time, so ~is it by reason 413 1, 57 | reason of time, so ~is it by reason of place. But angels know 414 1, 57 | affections of wills. The reason of this is, ~because the 415 1, 57 | are moved by the will ~and reason; because, even the lower 416 1, 57 | soul has some share of ~reason, as obeying its ruler, as 417 1, 57 | of their beatitude. The reason of this is, that ~this is 418 1, 58 | nature, can with greater reason do this.~Aquin.: SMT FP 419 1, 58 | that for the self-same ~reason our intellect understands 420 1, 58 | and ~which has a depraved reason, has falsehood or error 421 1, 58 | the angels, for the same reason it ~appears that there ought 422 1, 59 | 42), "The will is in the reason." ~But there is no reason 423 1, 59 | reason." ~But there is no reason in the angels, but something 424 1, 59 | but something higher than reason. ~Therefore there is no 425 1, 59 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Reason surpasses sense in a different 426 1, 59 | which intellect surpasses reason. Reason surpasses sense 427 1, 59 | intellect surpasses reason. Reason surpasses sense according 428 1, 59 | particular objects, ~while reason judges of universals. Therefore 429 1, 59 | which appetite belongs to reason; ~and another with a tendency 430 1, 59 | sense. But intellect and reason differ as to their manner 431 1, 59 | simple intuition, while reason ~knows by a process of discursion 432 1, 59 | Nevertheless ~by such discursion reason comes to know what intellect 433 1, 59 | appetitive faculty on the part of reason and on the part of intellect 434 1, 59 | to ~the discursiveness of reason. Therefore it appears that 435 1, 59 | in men, with ~much more reason is it in the angels.~Aquin.: 436 1, 59 | appetite is so divided. The reason ~of this is because, since 437 1, 59 | such kind. For the same reason it must ~be said that hope 438 1, 60 | a ~discursive act of the reason; but only human choice. 439 1, 60 | even in such as devoid of reason. But, "every beast loves 440 1, 60 | tendency of things devoid of reason shows the nature of the ~ 441 1, 60 | body's safety. And since reason copies nature, we find the 442 1, 62 | he merited beatitude. The reason whereof is because grace 443 1, 62 | their natural gifts. The reason for this can be drawn from 444 1, 62 | beatified angels cannot sin. The reason for this is, ~because their 445 1, 62 | rendered unable to sin, for the reason already alleged.~Aquin.: 446 1, 63 | condition of nature. ~The reason of this is, because sinning 447 1, 63 | free-will in the ~angels, by reason of which evil may be in 448 1, 63 | in the angels to fetter reason or ~intellect, as is manifest 449 1, 63 | the ~angels, for the same reason there can likewise be other 450 1, 63 | their own will. Now the reason why Porphyry held that they 451 1, 63 | of his creation. The same reason does ~not hold good of sin; 452 1, 63 | Therefore, ~for the like reason there was some interval 453 1, 63 | Therefore ~for the same reason it is so with the angels.~ 454 1, 63 | forsaking the good dictated by reason, which good ~is known to 455 1, 64 | Therefore, for the same reason, they are deprived of all 456 1, 64 | will of the creature can by reason of free-will be inclined 457 1, 64 | intelligence"; ~whereas man by his reason apprehends movably, passing 458 1, 64 | due to the demons: one, by reason of their sin, and this is 459 1, 65 | brought into being ~for the reason that it was good for it 460 1, 65 | things here ~below, for which reason they are said to cause generation 461 1, 65 | generated or corrupted, but by reason ~of the generation or corruption 462 1, 66 | corporeal creatures, for which reason they are said to be ~without 463 1, 66 | herbs and plants, for which reason it is called "empty," ~or, 464 1, 66 | sound. Therefore for this reason the matter of the celestial 465 1, 66 | second day: whereas the reason given by Basil ~is that 466 1, 66 | perfection. But a better reason can be drawn ~from the state 467 1, 66 | Coel. Hier. xii). For this reason it may ~be said that the 468 1, 67 | Body Para. 2/4~The second reason is from movement. For if 469 1, 67 | Body Para. 3/4 ~The third reason is from generation and corruption. 470 1, 67 | are repugnant, not only to reason, but to ~common sense, we 471 1, 67 | substantial form. For this reason light disappears on the ~ 472 1, 67 | ii in Genes.] gives as a reason for the omission that ~Moses 473 1, 67 | receive its form. The second reason is ~because light is a common 474 1, 67 | indeed, adds a third reason: that all other ~things 475 1, 67 | i), that there was ~no reason for this vicissitude of 476 1, 68 | will be found ~repugnant to reason. Augustine, in fact (Gen. 477 1, 68 | no one ~would attribute reason to these.~Aquin.: SMT FP 478 1, 68 | four elements, for the same reason it may be ~believed that 479 1, 68 | be some common notion by reason of which each is called 480 1, 68 | and the water, for which reason the birds that fly in the 481 1, 69 | place, and that for this reason Scripture ~had no reason 482 1, 69 | reason Scripture ~had no reason to speak of it as made.~ 483 1, 69 | apparent, and this may be the reason why they ~are said to be 484 1, 69 | the light Day": ~for the reason that later on a period of 485 1, 69 | And this is confirmed by reason, as follows. In these ~first 486 1, 69 | species thereof. For this reason, therefore, he makes no ~ 487 1, 70 | service of man, who, ~by reason of his soul, is nobler than 488 1, 70 | adornment of the universe by ~reason of their proper movement; 489 1, 72 | been said, with much more reason, of the ~other animals as 490 1, 73 | multiplication; for which reason God said to the creatures ~ 491 1, 73 | resting in God. For this reason things ~dedicated to God 492 1, 74 | 1/1~I answer that, The reason of the distinction of these 493 1, 74 | instantaneously. For this reason, ~therefore, every work 494 1, 74 | His works: and for this reason it was right that the seventh ~ 495 1, 74 | one day, and for a like reason all the rest.~Aquin.: SMT 496 1, 74 | word of ~God; and for this reason in the works of distinction 497 1, 74 | their beginning. And the reason for ~mentioning the evening 498 1, 74 | natural day is fixed. Another reason ~may be to signify that 499 1, 75 | accidentally; and for this reason ~it does not cause an invariable 500 1, 75 | what is actual: for which reason we do not say that heat


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