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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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representation

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | to represent God, ~this representation ought chiefly to be taken 2 1, 1 | of metaphors to produce a representation, ~for it is natural to man 3 1, 13 | they fall short of a full representation of Him. Which is proved ~ 4 1, 17 | likeness or defective ~representation does not involve the idea 5 1, 27 | these fall short in ~the representation of divine objects. Procession, 6 1, 45 | represents fire. Such a representation is ~called a "trace": for 7 1, 45 | and this is called the representation of ~"image." Now the processions 8 1, 45 | will, there is found the representation of the Trinity by way of ~ 9 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The representation of the trace is to be referred 10 1, 47 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the representation is assimilated to its exemplar. 11 1, 47 | was wanting to one in the representation of the ~divine goodness 12 1, 47 | reason would apply to the representation which ~reflects the exemplar 13 1, 46 | represents fire. Such a representation is ~called a "trace": for 14 1, 46 | and this is called the representation of ~"image." Now the processions 15 1, 46 | will, there is found the representation of the Trinity by way of ~ 16 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The representation of the trace is to be referred 17 1, 48 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the representation is assimilated to its exemplar. 18 1, 48 | was wanting to one in the representation of the ~divine goodness 19 1, 48 | reason would apply to the representation which ~reflects the exemplar 20 1, 92 | to ~the same image by the representation of the Divine Persons: but 21 1, 92 | others, both as to the representation of the likeness of the Divine ~ 22 1, 92 | creatures, and as to the representation in them of the ~uncreated 23 1, 92 | after a fashion, to the representation of the ~species, inasmuch 24 1, 92 | uncreated Trinity, by a certain ~representation of the species. In other 25 1, 92 | explained (A[2]), a certain representation of ~the species belongs 26 1, 92 | approaches the nearest to a representation of the species of the ~Divine 27 1, 92 | however small, attains to a representation of the ~species. Wherefore 28 1, 92 | in ~the soul some kind of representation of species of the Divine 29 1, 92 | consists not only in the ~representation of the Divine Persons, but 30 1, 92 | Persons, but also in the representation of ~the Divine Essence, 31 1, 92 | Divine Essence, to which representation belong immortality and ~ 32 1, 92 | represents, ~according as the representation is perfect or imperfect. 33 2, 41 | that ~fear arises "from the representation of a future evil which is 34 2, 41 | which is caused by the representation of ~something unwonted. 35 2, 80 | the Divine power. Now the representation of forms to the ~imagination 36 2, 101 | performance of actions in ~representation of others, seems to savor 37 2, 103 | Christians share, are the ~actual representation."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] 38 2, 42 | affections to an untrue representation of God, ~and separates him 39 2, 108 | signified; because every ~representation consists in comparison, 40 2, 109 | there is ~no lie, but a representation of the truth." And he cites 41 2, 165 | pleasure on account of the ~representation, wherein man takes a natural 42 2, 171 | namely the acceptance or representation of things, and the judgment ~ 43 2, 171 | as to the ~acceptance or representation of things, which is effected 44 2, 171 | they be directed to the representation of ~intelligible truths 45 3, 4 | of trace regards only a ~representation by Divine impression, existing 46 3, 25 | some other way, viz. by ~representation and contact. And for this 47 3, 45 | in Christ's body was a ~representation of His body's future clarity, 48 3, 66 | and the Eucharist, are a ~representation of our Lord's death and 49 3, 66 | by way of a ~figurative representation; in the Baptism of the Spirit 50 3, 74 | because it harmonizes with the representation of our Lord's ~Passion: 51 3, 78 | artificial ~forms to the representation of the effect of art. Now 52 3, 83 | take into consideration the representation of our Lord's ~Passion, 53 3, 83 | sacrament is a figure and a representation of our Lord's Passion, as ~ 54 3, 83 | For this sacrament is a representation of ~our Lord's Passion. 55 3, 83 | of these belongs to the representation ~of the events connected 56 Suppl, 66| he is deficient in the ~representation of Christ. Now by Baptism


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