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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | but by its very being, enlightens all things that can ~participate 2 1, 54 | from a higher angel, and enlightens a lower one. ~Therefore 3 1, 55 | from a higher angel, and enlightens a lower one. ~Therefore 4 1, 78 | Reply OBJ 1: That true light enlightens as a universal cause, from 5 1, 103 | air is to the sun ~which enlightens it. For as the sun possesses 6 1, 105 | Whether a superior angel enlightens an inferior angel in all 7 1, 105 | Para. 1/1~Whether one angel enlightens another?~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 105 | I answer that, One angel enlightens another. To make this clear, 9 1, 105 | concerning these the former enlightens the latter; ~and as to this 10 1, 105 | above (A[1]), as one angel ~enlightens another, so does he cleanse 11 1, 105 | enlightenment. And since God enlightens by changing the ~intellect 12 1, 105 | OBJ 3: Further, one angel enlightens the other to whom he turns, 13 1, 105 | Whether the superior angel enlightens the inferior as regards 14 1, 106 | enlightenment whereby the superior enlightens the inferior. But the ~inferior 15 1, 106 | But the ~inferior never enlightens the superior, as was above 16 1, 106 | whenever God speaks, ~He enlightens. In the same way every angelic 17 1, 107 | of the angels cleanses, enlightens, and ~perfects. Therefore 18 1, 108 | precedence?~(3) Whether one enlightens another?~(4) Whether they 19 1, 108 | deficient ~in light, as the sun enlightens the moon. But the superior 20 1, 108 | in reference to God, Who ~enlightens every intellect. Another 21 1, 110 | creature. Therefore God enlightens man ~immediately.~Aquin.: 22 1, 110 | angel, as above explained, enlightens the human ~intellect by 23 1, 110 | Therefore as the angel enlightens the mind, so can he change 24 1, 110 | imaginative vision, sometimes ~enlightens the intellect at the same 25 1, 112 | possible that some one angel enlightens a man immediately, and ~ 26 1, 112 | angels beneath him whom he enlightens.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 27 2, 3 | enlightenment. Whereas the angel enlightens as a minister, as stated ~ 28 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 3: A happy angel enlightens the intellect of a man or 29 2, 9 | but also by the ~angel who enlightens it, as Dionysius says (Coel. 30 2, 29 | men "love truth when it enlightens, ~they hate it when it reproves." 31 2, 29 | that men love it when it enlightens. But accidentally, the ~ 32 2, 79 | the same ~way; for the sun enlightens by necessity of nature, 33 2, 79 | far as ~it is concerned, enlightens all bodies, yet if it be 34 2, 80 | is moved by that which enlightens it in the knowledge of truth, 35 2, 102 | teaching, and faith, which also enlightens and refreshes. Again, Christ ~ 36 2, 111 | brightness of the sun that enlightens is more excellent than that 37 2, 8 | 15) that "understanding ~enlightens the mind concerning the 38 2, 8 | the gift of understanding enlightens the mind in matters ~which 39 2, 8 | gift of understanding, He enlightens the human mind, so that ~ 40 2, 50 | knowledge that they have, and enlightens them in ~their nescience 41 2, 178 | fact that the ~higher angel enlightens the lower angels through 42 2, 179 | the angels of whom ~one "enlightens, cleanses, and perfects" [* 43 3, 56 | and God Himself first ~enlightens those substances which are 44 3, 59 | for which reason He also enlightens the angels, as Dionysius 45 3, 66 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Fire enlightens actively. But he who is 46 3, 69 | Reply OBJ 2: The teacher enlightens outwardly and ministerially 47 3, 69 | by ~catechizing: but God enlightens the baptized inwardly, by 48 Suppl, 20| inferior angel never cleanses, ~enlightens or perfects a higher angel.


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