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1 1, 1 | strengthened." But this can be said of no science except sacred 2 1, 1 | science; and ~such, as we have said, are the principles of sacred 3 1, 1 | speculative science is said to be nobler than another, 4 1, 1 | of lesser things, as is said in de Animalibus xi.~Aquin.: 5 1, 1 | higher principle, he is said to be wise in ~any one order 6 1, 1 | called wise. Hence wisdom is said to be the knowledge of ~ 7 1, 1 | some also of your own poets said: For ~we are also His offspring" ( 8 1, 2 | from what has been already said, therefore, in our endeavor 9 1, 2 | self-evident. Now those ~things are said to be self-evident to us 10 1, 2 | Further, those things are said to be self-evident which 11 1, 2 | mentally admitted: "The fool said in his ~heart, There is 12 1, 2 | 1~On the contrary, It is said in the person of God: "I 13 1, 2 | maximum, as ~a thing is said to be hotter according as 14 1, 3 | which ~supposes posture is said of God in the Scriptures: " 15 1, 3 | Reply OBJ 1: As we have said above (Q[1], A[9]), Holy 16 1, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Man is said to be after the image of 17 1, 3 | animals. Hence, ~when it is said, "Let us make man to our 18 1, 3 | incorporeal, ~that man is said to be according to the image 19 1, 3 | pleasing to His will is said to be pleasing to His soul.~ 20 1, 3 | i.e. the ~Godhead - is said to be in God. Therefore 21 1, 3 | 1~On the contrary, It is said of God that He is life itself, 22 1, 3 | whether" God exists as said above (Q[2], ~A[2]); but 23 1, 3 | answer that, From all we have said, it is clear there can be 24 1, 3 | Therefore it cannot be said that God is ~altogether 25 1, 3 | even if this ~could be said of whatever has a form, 26 1, 3 | heaven. Again, others have ~said that God is the formal principle 27 1, 4 | Whether creatures can be said to be like God?~Aquin.: 28 1, 4 | less can other creatures be said to be like God.~Aquin.: 29 1, 4 | which is against what is said by Isaias: "To whom have 30 1, 4 | in form. ~Some things are said to be like, which communicate 31 1, 4 | same mode; and ~these are said to be not merely like, but 32 1, 4 | things equally white are said to be alike in whiteness; 33 1, 4 | something less ~white is said to be like another thing 34 1, 4 | third way some things are said to be alike which ~communicate 35 1, 5 | thing is, in consequence, said simply to have being, accordingly 36 1, 5 | substantial being, everything is said to have being simply; but 37 1, 5 | further actuality it is said to have being relatively. 38 1, 5 | ultimate perfection is said to be simply good; but that 39 1, 5 | some perfection), is not said to be perfect simply nor ~ 40 1, 5 | substantial) being a thing is said to be simply, and to be ~ 41 1, 5 | complete actuality, a thing is said to be relatively, and to 42 1, 5 | is desirable; for it ~is said of Judas: "It were better 43 1, 5 | 1~On the contrary, It is said by Aristotle (De Causis) 44 1, 5 | primary matter from privation, said that ~matter was non-being, 45 1, 5 | objection. Or it may ~be said that goodness extends to 46 1, 5 | lacks being. Thus a man is said to be evil, because he ~ 47 1, 5 | some virtue; and an eye is said to be evil, because it lacks 48 1, 5 | primary matter ~may be said to be a non-being on account 49 1, 5 | idea of goodness, as was said in the preceding ~article.~ 50 1, 5 | the sense that ~an end is said to move.~Aquin.: SMT FP 51 1, 5 | 3: He who has a will is said to be good, so far as he 52 1, 5 | may have. Hence a man is said to be good, not by his good 53 1, 5 | answer that, Everything is said to be good so far as it 54 1, 5 | AA[1],3). Now a ~thing is said to be perfect if it lacks 55 1, 5 | by the ~mode: hence it is said that the measure marks the 56 1, 5 | form. Hence the number is said to give the species, for ~ 57 1, 5 | Mode, species and order are said to be good, and to be ~beings, 58 1, 5 | good: thus whiteness is not said to be a ~being as though 59 1, 5 | good" (and the same can be said of species and order). " 60 1, 6 | as appears from what is said above (Q[4]~, A[3]). And 61 1, 6 | appears also ~from what is said (Lk. 18:19): "None is good 62 1, 6 | attributed to God, as was ~said in the preceding article, 63 1, 6 | of good. And when it is said, "None is ~good but God 64 1, 6 | being," so is "good"; as we said ~above (Q[5], A[1]). But 65 1, 6 | being and absolute one, he said was the supreme good. And 66 1, 7 | parts and matter, as ~is said in Phys. iii. But God is 67 1, 7 | first principle, as is said (Phys. iii), and with reason; 68 1, 7 | attributed to God; as was said ~above, in this article.~ 69 1, 7 | cannot have a beginning, as said in Phys. ~iii. But everything 70 1, 7 | which movement passes, as is said in Phys. iv. ~But it is 71 1, 7 | as ~Avicenna and Algazel, said that it was impossible for 72 1, 7 | impossible. A multitude is said to be infinite ~absolutely, 73 1, 7 | Para. 2/3~A multitude is said to be accidentally infinite 74 1, 7 | infinite time. In this way they said that there can be an accidentally ~ 75 1, 8 | Although corporeal things are said to be in another as in ~ 76 1, 8 | corporeal things, it is said that all things are in God; 77 1, 8 | in itself. But things are said to be ~distant from God 78 1, 8 | i.e. as one thing is ~said to be in another no matter 79 1, 8 | like a body, ~for a body is said to fill place inasmuch as 80 1, 8 | Therefore it ~ought not to be said that God is in things by 81 1, 8 | and will. But it is not said ~that He is in things by 82 1, 8 | added. Therefore if God is ~said to be in certain persons 83 1, 8 | substance; still He is said to be present more familiarly 84 1, 8 | 5~I answer that, God is said to be in a thing in two 85 1, 8 | shown later (Q[12]). He is said to be thus in the saints 86 1, 8 | A king, for example, is said to be in the whole kingdom 87 1, 8 | present. Again a thing is said ~to be by its presence in 88 1, 8 | as things in a house are said to be present to anyone, 89 1, 8 | house. Lastly, ~a thing is said to be by way of substance 90 1, 8 | some (the Manichees) who said ~that spiritual and incorporeal 91 1, 8 | the person of these it is said, "He walketh ~about the 92 1, 8 | Para. 4/5~Further, others said that, although all things 93 1, 8 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God is said to be in all things by essence, 94 1, 8 | Reply OBJ 2: A thing can be said to be present to another, 95 1, 8 | by power an agent may be ~said to be present to another.~ 96 1, 8 | as appears from what is said ~above (Q[3]). Therefore 97 1, 8 | everywhere primarily is said of that which in its whole ~ 98 1, 8 | Reply OBJ 6: When it is said that the soul sees anywhere, 99 1, 9 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is said of Wisdom, that "it is more 100 1, 9 | movement. But these ~are said of God in Scripture, "Draw 101 1, 9 | similar way to Plato, who said ~that the first mover moves 102 1, 9 | Himself, in that ~respect they said that God moves Himself, 103 1, 9 | lesser degree, there is ~said to be a kind of procession 104 1, 9 | OBJ 3: These things are said of God in Scripture metaphorically. ~ 105 1, 9 | metaphorically. ~For as the sun is said to enter a house, or to 106 1, 9 | reach the house, so God is said to approach to us, or to 107 1, 9 | are ~invariable; for it is said (Sex Princip. i) that "form 108 1, 9 | places - which cannot be said of God, who by His infinity 109 1, 10 | Therefore it is improperly said to be "whole."~Aquin.: SMT 110 1, 10 | in the plural, for it is said, ~"His going forth is from 111 1, 10 | Micah ~5:2); and also it is said, "According to the revelation 112 1, 10 | Further, those things are said to be measured by time which 113 1, 10 | simultaneously whole; as was said in the preceding article. 114 1, 10 | now" that stands still, is said to make eternity ~according 115 1, 10 | Second Objection. For ~God is said to be before eternity, according 116 1, 10 | in the same book, it is said that ~"intelligence is equal 117 1, 10 | rendering has it. Thus it is said that the Lord will reign 118 1, 10 | period of each thing, as is ~said in the book De Coelo i. 119 1, 10 | exist; in that sense it is said of the earth, "it ~standeth 120 1, 10 | Hence those who see God are said to have ~eternal life; according 121 1, 10 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: There are said to be many eternities, accordingly 122 1, 10 | measure of ~every movement, as said in Phys. iv, it thus appears 123 1, 10 | time." But aeviternity is said to be the measure of spiritual 124 1, 10 | spiritual substances. Some said that all proceeded from 125 1, 10 | certain equality, as Origen said (Peri Archon. i); or at 126 1, 10 | some others thought. Others said that all spiritual substances ~ 127 1, 10 | have thought so, when he said that among spiritual ~substances 128 1, 10 | first opinion, it must be said that ~there are many aeviternities 129 1, 11 | and in the same way it is said of God that He is one.~Aquin.: 130 1, 11 | and unity. But a ~thing is said to be more "one" according 131 1, 12 | as appears from what was ~said above (Q[7], A[1]).~Aquin.: 132 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 3: God is not said to be not existing as if 133 1, 12 | A[4]), which cannot be said of any created form; and 134 1, 12 | 3/3~Therefore it must be said that to see the essence 135 1, 12 | as appears from what is said above (A[1]). Therefore ~ 136 1, 12 | God. Therefore it may be said that this light is ~to be 137 1, 12 | creature is made deiform, as is said in ~this article.~Aquin.: 138 1, 12 | as appears from what is said ~above, in the preceding 139 1, 12 | Objection. For when it is said ~that one intellect does 140 1, 12 | follow in ~vain; for he said (1 Cor. 9:26): "I . . . 141 1, 12 | men teach it, he cannot be said to ~comprehend the thing 142 1, 12 | who attains to anyone is said to ~comprehend him when 143 1, 12 | boundaries of ~a thing are said to be completely surveyed 144 1, 12 | understand the ~least, as is said in De Anima iii. But all 145 1, 12 | in the rapture; hence he said: "I have ~heard secret words 146 1, 12 | 4). Therefore it must be said that certain similitudes 147 1, 12 | Divine essence. For ~Jacob said: "I have seen God face to 148 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, the Lord said to Moses: "I speak to him 149 1, 12 | reason is because, as ~was said above (A[4]), the mode of 150 1, 12 | Coel. Hier. iv) a man is said in ~the Scriptures to see 151 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 3: All things are said to be seen in God and all 152 1, 12 | light; as likewise we are said to see and ~judge of sensible 153 1, 12 | retracting ~what he had said before: "I do not approve 154 1, 12 | I do not approve what I said in prayer, 'God ~who willest 155 1, 13 | names applied to God are said of Him literally, or are ~ 156 1, 13 | Therefore no name can be said of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 157 1, 13 | why God has no name, or is said to be above ~being named, 158 1, 13 | Hence, as some things are said of God in a concrete sense, 159 1, 13 | Orth. i, 9): "Everything said of God signifies ~not His 160 1, 13 | applied to God are not said of Him substantially.~Aquin.: 161 1, 13 | been given. For some have ~said that all such names, although 162 1, 13 | might in like manner be said that God is a body, ~inasmuch 163 1, 13 | applied to God would be ~said of Him by way of being taken 164 1, 13 | healthy is ~secondarily said of medicine, forasmuch as 165 1, 13 | there are some ~which are said of Him in their literal 166 1, 13 | OBJ 2: Further, if it be said these names signify one 167 1, 13 | easy to understand, if we said that these names are used 168 1, 13 | even according to what ~was said above (A[2]), that these 169 1, 13 | clear from what has been said ~(AA 1,2) that they have 170 1, 13 | intellectual conception, as was said above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 171 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Whether what is said of God and of creatures 172 1, 13 | for if the name "dog" be said equivocally of the ~barking 173 1, 13 | the dogfish, it must be said of some ~univocally - viz. 174 1, 13 | agent: and ~thus what is said of God and creatures, is 175 1, 13 | seems ~that something can be said of God and creatures univocally.~ 176 1, 13 | Therefore whatever is ~said of God and of creatures 177 1, 13 | things. In the same way, as said in the preceding article, ~ 178 1, 13 | equivocal sense, as some have said. Because if that were so, 179 1, 13 | 20). Therefore it must be said that these names are said 180 1, 13 | said that these names are said of ~God and creatures in 181 1, 13 | another, thus "healthy" is said of medicine and animal, ~ 182 1, 13 | this way ~some things are said of God and creatures analogically, 183 1, 13 | A[1]). Thus whatever is said of God and creatures, is ~ 184 1, 13 | of God and creatures, is ~said according to the relation 185 1, 13 | from creatures to God, are said ~primarily of creatures 186 1, 13 | Therefore ~these names are said primarily of creatures rather 187 1, 13 | than to God, because when said of ~God they mean only similitudes 188 1, 13 | defined only from what ~is said of creatures. But to other 189 1, 13 | supposed. For when it is said, "God is ~good," it would 190 1, 13 | belongs to creatures, as said above ~(A[3]).~Aquin.: SMT 191 1, 13 | and to other ~names, as said above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 192 1, 13 | relative ~things which are said of God and creatures are 193 1, 13 | must learn that some have said that relation is not a ~ 194 1, 13 | essence. Yet both names are said of God temporarily so far ~ 195 1, 13 | v) that ~the object is said to be knowable relatively 196 1, 13 | name Him from these, as ~said in A[1]; hence this name " 197 1, 13 | is the ~definition, as is said in Metaph. iv. Now from 198 1, 13 | according to the text, "I have said, You are ~gods" (Ps. 81: 199 1, 13 | way ~of similitude, as was said of individuals. Forasmuch 200 1, 13 | matter; therefore, as was said in ~the first article, we 201 1, 13 | according to the text, "I have said, You are gods" (Ps. 81:6).~ 202 1, 13 | truth of ~the thing, as was said above concerning the name " 203 1, 13 | what is in ~the thing as is said in Peri Herm. i. But the 204 1, 13 | Hence it is manifestly said analogically.~Aquin.: SMT 205 1, 13 | analogically, is sometimes said to be predicated equivocally ~ 206 1, 13 | essence ~itself, which can be said of no other (Q[3], A[4]), 207 1, 13 | and consignification, as said above. But as ~regards the 208 1, 14 | matter. Hence, as we have said above (Q[7], A[1]) ~forms 209 1, 14 | of knowledge. Hence it is said in De Anima ii ~that plants 210 1, 14 | matter and unmixed, as said in De Anima iii. Since therefore 211 1, 14 | retained in them. Hence it is said, "With Him is ~wisdom and 212 1, 14 | understand Himself. For it is said by ~the Philosopher (De 213 1, 14 | understands other ~things, as is said in De Anima iii. Therefore 214 1, 14 | themselves; hence it is ~said in De Causis that, "whoever 215 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: If it is said that God is infinite to 216 1, 14 | thus proved. ~A thing is said to be comprehended when 217 1, 14 | as it is in actuality, as said in Metaph. ~ix. Now the 218 1, 14 | another. But ~God is not said to be comprehended by Himself 219 1, 14 | negation. But as God is said to be in Himself, forasmuch 220 1, 14 | outside of Himself; so He is said to be ~comprehended by Himself, 221 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: When it is said, "God is finite to Himself," 222 1, 14 | answer that, It must be said that the act of God's intellect 223 1, 14 | same. Hence when God is said to be ~understanding, no 224 1, 14 | Augustine in which it is said that God "sees ~nothing 225 1, 14 | form and perfection, as is said in De ~Anima iii. For "a 226 1, 14 | the created essence, as said above ~(Q[12]/A[2]). Therefore 227 1, 14 | this is against what was said above (Q[4], A[1]). We must ~ 228 1, 14 | perfection. Now God could not be said to know Himself perfectly 229 1, 14 | is joined to ~it, as is said above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 230 1, 14 | be made, or thought, or said by the creature, as ~also 231 1, 14 | And in so far it can be said that He has knowledge even 232 1, 14 | they will be; and God is said to know all these ~with 233 1, 14 | as ~regards these He is said to have knowledge, not of 234 1, 14 | this agrees with what he said ~previously, that a point 235 1, 14 | to show how this can be, said that God knows singular ~ 236 1, 14 | other hand, others have said that God knows singular 237 1, 14 | knows that thing; hence the said application cannot be the 238 1, 14 | 4/4~Therefore it must be said otherwise, that, since God 239 1, 14 | that it is ~traversable, as said in Phys. iii. But the infinite 240 1, 14 | and not successively, as said above (A[7]). Hence ~there 241 1, 14 | comprehension, because that is said ~to be comprehended which 242 1, 14 | cause of things known, as said above (A[8]). ~Since therefore 243 1, 14 | whole comprises all time, as said above (Q[10], A[2]~). Hence 244 1, 14 | may be just as true that I said a man is an ass, as that 245 1, 14 | man is an ass, as that I ~said Socrates runs, or God is: 246 1, 14 | contingent. Hence it must be said that this antecedent is 247 1, 14 | effect; as, for example, if I said, "if the sun moves, the 248 1, 14 | from the subject; thus if I said, "It ~is possible for a 249 1, 14 | hold, for instance, if I said, "A black crow can be ~white"; 250 1, 14 | in that ~of creatures, as said above (A[9]), it follows 251 1, 14 | 1~On the contrary, It is said, that in God "there is no 252 1, 14 | according to which He is said to know those things ~which 253 1, 14 | The ancient Nominalists said that it was the same thing 254 1, 14 | Therefore it follows, they said, that whatever God knew, 255 1, 14 | this, therefore, it must be said that God has of ~Himself 256 1, 15 | Himself, as has been already ~said (Q[14], A[5]). But He does 257 1, 15 | forms of things knowable are said to be in him who knows them. 258 1, 15 | OBJ 3: Further, if it be said that ideas are multiplied 259 1, 15 | that thing. Hence ideas are said to be many, inasmuch as 260 1, 15 | same way, an architect is said to ~understand a house, 261 1, 15 | have ~been, as has been said above (A[9]). But of such 262 1, 15 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Plato is said by some to have considered 263 1, 16 | ancient philosophers, who ~said that whatever seems to be 264 1, 16 | the thing understood is said to be true in so far as 265 1, 16 | essentially. Hence, everything is said to be true ~absolutely, 266 1, 16 | that artificial things are said to be true a ~being related 267 1, 16 | intellect. For a house is said to be true that ~expresses 268 1, 16 | architect's mind; and words are ~said to be true so far as they 269 1, 16 | same way natural things are said to be true in so far as 270 1, 16 | knowable. Wherefore it is said in De Anima iii that "the 271 1, 16 | and in the intellect, as said ~before (A[1]). But the 272 1, 16 | nature of truth, as has been said already (A[1]). It may, 273 1, 16 | It may, however, be ~said that being also is in the 274 1, 16 | Reply OBJ 3: When it is said that being cannot be apprehended 275 1, 16 | composing and dividing as said above (A[2]). But that which 276 1, 16 | intellect, as it has been said that truth ~exists in other 277 1, 16 | 3: Further, whatever is said of God, is said of Him as 278 1, 16 | whatever is said of God, is said of Him as of the first ~ 279 1, 16 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As said above (A[1]), truth is found 280 1, 16 | intellect. Now this cannot be said, ~properly speaking, of 281 1, 16 | indicates health. Now we have said (A[1]) that ~truth resides 282 1, 16 | to which all ~things are said to be true.~Aquin.: SMT 283 1, 16 | even as science may be said to be ~greater than the 284 1, 16 | in so far as things are ~said to be true by their relation 285 1, 16 | manner it has been already said ~that things are called 286 1, 16 | time, as primary matter is said to be one, not because it 287 1, 16 | manner ~all universals are said to be everywhere and always, 288 1, 16 | only in the intellect, ~as said before (A[1]); but things 289 1, 16 | clear ~from what has been said before (Q[14], A[15]). Hence 290 1, 16 | which natural things are said to be true, and this is 291 1, 16 | corrupted or generated, as is said in Phys. ~i, so does truth 292 1, 16 | truth, as other things are said ~to have it, in so far, 293 1, 16 | concerning them; but it said to have truth ~in a special 294 1, 17 | 3: Further, the true is said to exist in things by conformity 295 1, 17 | Wherefore artificial ~things are said to be false simply and in 296 1, 17 | art; whence a craftsman is said to produce ~a false work, 297 1, 17 | divine ~intellect. Thus it is said, "He that doth truth, cometh 298 1, 17 | signified, and ~thus a thing is said to be false as being signified 299 1, 17 | respect anything can be said to be ~false as regards 300 1, 17 | cause - and thus a thing is said to ~be false that naturally 301 1, 17 | other than themselves, are said to be false with respect 302 1, 17 | compared with the intellect is said to be true in ~respect to 303 1, 17 | Reply OBJ 3: Things are said to be false, not as compared 304 1, 17 | Hence a thing is not always said to ~be false, because it 305 1, 17 | sensible things truly, as ~said above (Q[16], A[2]), and 306 1, 17 | Reply OBJ 2: Falsity is said not to be proper to sense, 307 1, 17 | another translation it is ~said more plainly, "Sense, about 308 1, 17 | pictures, and dreams are said to be false inasmuch ~as 309 1, 17 | deceived." But falsity is said to exist in any knowledge 310 1, 17 | 1~On the contrary, It is said in De Anima iii, 21,[22] 311 1, 17 | thereto. For it has been said ~(A[2]) that sight is not 312 1, 17 | intellect, we are properly said to understand a thing when 313 1, 17 | and not, as ~some have said, as affirmation and negation. 314 1, 17 | subject, and can therefore be said of being as of not-being, 315 1, 17 | 27; for blindness is not said except of one whose ~nature 316 1, 17 | inasmuch as something is said or seems to be something 317 1, 18 | OBJ 2: Further, plants are said to live, inasmuch as they 318 1, 18 | belongs to animals, for it said in De Vegetab. i [*De Plantis ~ 319 1, 18 | reason of which ~animals are said to live: and this it is 320 1, 18 | power, then its life is said to ~fail, and the animal 321 1, 18 | more general sense, as when said of the act of a perfect 322 1, 18 | Accordingly all things are ~said to be alive that determine 323 1, 18 | Further, the active life is said to be different from the ~ 324 1, 18 | clear from what has been said (Q[17], A[3]), our ~intellect, 325 1, 18 | from what has already ~been said (Q[13], A[1]), so from external 326 1, 18 | in which sense body is said to be a species of ~quantity. 327 1, 18 | quantity. The same must be said of life. The name is given 328 1, 18 | ordered with a view to it, is said to be the ~life of that 329 1, 18 | that man. Hence some are said to lead to life of self-indulgence, ~ 330 1, 18 | and thus to know God is said to be life ~eternal.~Aquin.: 331 1, 18 | to God. For things ~are said to live inasmuch as they 332 1, 18 | principle of life. Hence it is said by the Philosopher (De Anima 333 1, 18 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Ps. 83:3): "My heart and 334 1, 18 | considered that since a thing is said to live in so ~far as it 335 1, 18 | which understands itself is said to move itself. It is in ~ 336 1, 18 | are life in God. For it is said ~(Acts 17:28), "In Him we 337 1, 18 | contrary, (Jn. 1:3,4), it is said, "What was made, in Him 338 1, 18 | Reply OBJ 1: Creatures are said to be in God in a twofold 339 1, 18 | And creatures ~are thus said to be in God, even as they 340 1, 18 | another sense things are said to be in God, ~as in Him 341 1, 18 | things. Hence it cannot be said that bad ~things are life 342 1, 19 | In this respect will is said to be in God, as having 343 1, 19 | object, since, as already said, it is not distinct from 344 1, 19 | understanding and willing are said to be movement. This ~is 345 1, 19 | what Plato meant when he said that the first mover moves 346 1, 19 | from what has already been said ~(Q[13], A[4]). For when 347 1, 19 | ways in which a thing is said to be ~necessary, namely, 348 1, 19 | the knowledge of God, as said before (Q[14], A[8]). Therefore 349 1, 19 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Wis. 11:26), "How could 350 1, 19 | willing all other things, as said before (A[2], ad 2).~Aquin.: 351 1, 19 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Ps. 113:11): "God hath 352 1, 19 | an evil. Hence it may be said of a ~just judge, that antecedently 353 1, 19 | consequently. Thus it may be said that a just ~judge wills 354 1, 19 | with the will of God, as said above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 355 1, 19 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is said in the person of the Lord: " 356 1, 19 | necessity what He wills, as said ~before (A[3]). Therefore 357 1, 19 | 1~On the contrary, It is said: "God is not as a man, that 358 1, 19 | later. Therefore God is said to have repented, by ~way 359 1, 19 | inferior causes ~might have said: "Lazarus will not rise 360 1, 19 | first cause might have said: "Lazarus will rise again." 361 1, 19 | divine will, as has been said above (A[3]).~Aquin.: SMT 362 1, 19 | becoming worse; and when He is ~said to be the cause of a thing, 363 1, 19 | cause of a thing, He is said to will it." Therefore it 364 1, 19 | ratio of appetibility, as ~said before (Q[5], A[1]), and 365 1, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Some have said that although God does not 366 1, 19 | be or be done. This they said ~because things evil in 367 1, 19 | It cannot therefore be said that such an ~ordering to 368 1, 19 | except accidentally, as said above (ad 1). Therefore ~ 369 1, 19 | will evil, as has been ~said (A[9]). Therefore there 370 1, 19 | natural instinct, are not said to be moved by ~free-will. 371 1, 19 | answer that, Some things are said of God in their strict sense; 372 1, 19 | appears from what has been said before (Q[13], A[3]). ~When 373 1, 19 | Body Para. 2/2~Or it may be said that permission and operation 374 1, 19 | As God may by metaphor be said to will what by His will, ~ 375 1, 19 | so He may by metaphor be said to will ~what He does, properly 376 1, 19 | of ~counsel. Or it may be said that counsel is not only 377 1, 20 | material side, as has been said (ad 1); neither can those 378 1, 20 | attributing passion to Him, as said before (Q[19], A[11]).~Aquin.: 379 1, 20 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Wis. 11:25): "Thou lovest 380 1, 20 | things equally. For it is said: "He ~hath equally care 381 1, 20 | will extend. But God is not said to know some things more ~ 382 1, 20 | beloved. In this way we are said to love that one more than 383 1, 20 | goodness in things, as has been said ~(A[2]), no one thing would 384 1, 20 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God is said to have equally care of 385 1, 20 | diversity of which God may be ~said to know or will more or 386 1, 20 | more or less, as has been said with respect to God's ~love.~ 387 1, 20 | loved Christ; for ~it is said: "He spared not His own 388 1, 20 | than a man. Hence it is said of man: ~"Thou hast made 389 1, 20 | loved the angels, for it is said: "Nowhere doth He ~take 390 1, 20 | him the more. For it is said: "I say to you that there ~ 391 1, 20 | according to what has been said before, ~that God loves 392 1, 20 | in eternal life. Peter is said to have loved ~more, in 393 1, 20 | the more beloved. God is said to rejoice more over ~the 394 1, 21 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Ps. 10:8): "The Lord is 395 1, 21 | is ~directed to a man is said to be his own. Thus the 396 1, 21 | essence. For this reason it is said (De ~Hebdom.) that the good 397 1, 21 | 1~On the contrary, it is said (Ps. 84:11): "Mercy and 398 1, 21 | equation of mind and thing, as said ~above (Q[16], A[1]). Now 399 1, 21 | the work of an artist ~is said to be true, when it is in 400 1, 21 | cause and rule: ~as has been said regarding the truth of justice.~ 401 1, 21 | to His justice. For it is said (2 Tim. 2:13): "If we ~believe 402 1, 21 | 1~On the contrary, it is said (Ps. 110:4): "He is a merciful 403 1, 21 | considered that a person is said to be merciful [misericors], 404 1, 21 | justice, as has been already ~said (A[1]); in so far as God 405 1, 21 | remitting it he may be said to bestow a gift. Hence 406 1, 21 | thereof. And thus it is said: "Mercy exalteth ~itself 407 1, 21 | the wicked. Hence it ~is said: "Judgment without mercy 408 1, 21 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Ps. 24:10): "All the ways 409 1, 21 | in this sense, as we have said, that anything is due ~to 410 1, 22 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Wis. 14:3): "But Thou, 411 1, 22 | last end, which, as was said above, is the divine ~goodness ( 412 1, 22 | for instance, a ~man is said to be prudent, who orders 413 1, 22 | kingdom; in which sense it is said (Mt. 24:45), "a faithful 414 1, 22 | the same time it may ~be said that the very reason of 415 1, 22 | by inquiry. Whence it ~is said: "Who worketh all things 416 1, 22 | same ~thing, as we have said above (Q[19]).~Aquin.: SMT 417 1, 22 | 1~On the contrary, It is said of Divine Wisdom: "She reacheth 418 1, 22 | towards an ~end, as we have said; it necessarily follows 419 1, 22 | particular cause, it is said to be casual or ~fortuitous 420 1, 22 | effect can happen, it is said to be ~foreseen. Thus, for 421 1, 22 | defects in natural things are said to be contrary to some ~ 422 1, 22 | Reply OBJ 4: When it is said that God left man to himself, 423 1, 22 | Hence it is significantly said: "In the hand of his own ~ 424 1, 22 | the evil of sin, He is ~said to abandon them: not that 425 1, 22 | over its actions, as was said above (Q[19], A[10]), it 426 1, 22 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Job 34:13): "What other 427 1, 22 | executors of His order, as ~was said above (Q[19], AA[5],8).~ 428 1, 23 | divine ~providence, as was said above (Q[22], AA[1],2). 429 1, 23 | other creatures are ~not said to be predestined by God. 430 1, 23 | their end, as was ~also said (Q[22], AA[1],2). The end 431 1, 23 | they cannot be properly said ~to be predestined; although 432 1, 23 | not. Although it ~may be said that every conferring of 433 1, 23 | who predestines. We have said above that ~predestination 434 1, 23 | understanding and willing, as said ~above (Q[14], A[2]; Q[18], 435 1, 23 | destination can only be said of someone actually ~existing. 436 1, 23 | and in this manner we are said to destine a ~thing which 437 1, 23 | In this latter way it is said ~that Eleazar "determined 438 1, 23 | an ~agent by intellect is said to prepare itself to act, 439 1, 23 | But this false. For it is said (Osee 13:9): ~"Destruction 440 1, 23 | one must perish. For it is said ~(Eccles. 7:14): "Consider 441 1, 23 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Malachi 1:2,3): "I have 442 1, 23 | reprobate some. For it was said above (A[1]) ~that predestination 443 1, 23 | subject to ~providence, as was said above (Q[22], A[2]). Thus, 444 1, 23 | does providence, as was said above (Q[22], A[1]). Therefore, 445 1, 23 | namely, eternal ~life - He is said to hate or reprobated them.~ 446 1, 23 | reprobated. Hence, when it is said that the ~reprobated cannot 447 1, 23 | conditional impossibility: as was said ~above (Q[19], A[3]), that 448 1, 23 | 1~On the contrary, It is said (Eph. 1:4): "He chose us 449 1, 23 | in His goodness, as we ~said above (Q[6], A[4]). But 450 1, 23 | it is otherwise; as was said above (Q[20], A[2]). Thus, 451 1, 23 | predestination includes will, as was said above ~(A[4]), the reason 452 1, 23 | Him that calleth, it was said of her: The ~elder shall 453 1, 23 | 5] Body Para. 3/4~Others said that pre-existing merits 454 1, 23 | Wherefore it cannot be said that ~anything begun in 455 1, 23 | Para. 4/4~And so others said that merits following the 456 1, 23 | goodness of God. Thus He is said to ~have made all things 457 1, 23 | should never happen, as was said above (Q[22], A[2]). Let 458 1, 23 | this account can there be said to be injustice in God, ~ 459 1, 23 | the master of the house said: "Take ~what is thine, and 460 1, 23 | from necessity. For it was said above (A[1]), that ~predestination 461 1, 23 | Moreover all that has been said about ~the divine knowledge 462 1, 23 | OBJ 1: The crown may be said to belong to a person in 463 1, 23 | absolutely; so the same must be ~said of predestination. Wherefore 464 1, 23 | predestined is certain. Some have said ~that it was formally, but 465 1, 23 | number of the ~predestined is said to be certain to God, not 466 1, 23 | clear from what has been said above when we ~treated of 467 1, 23 | have not this knowledge are said to be half-witted or foolish; ~ 468 1, 23 | neither of these things can be said of God when He ~predestines. 469 1, 23 | predestines. Whence it is said: "Who hath helped the Spirit 470 1, 23 | 1~On the contrary, It is said that "Isaac besought the 471 1, 23 | of divine predestination, said that prayers ~were superfluous, 472 1, 23 | of ~Scripture. For it is said: "But the triumpher in Israel 473 1, 23 | latter, predestination is said to be ~helped by the prayers 474 1, 23 | fulfilled. For this reason it is said: "Labor more that by good 475 1, 23 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: One is said to be helped by another 476 1, 23 | weak; but this cannot be said of God, and thus we are 477 1, 23 | In another way one ~is said to be helped by a person 478 1, 23 | universal cause, as has been said above (Q[19], A[6]), indeed, 479 1, 24 | pre-destination. For it is said, "All things are the book 480 1, 24 | 1~On the contrary, It is said in a gloss upon Ps. 68:29, " 481 1, 24 | book of life. A ~thing is said metaphorically to be written 482 1, 24 | it is clear from what is said: "Have not I ~chosen you 483 1, 24 | exceeding human nature, as said above (Q[23], A[1]). ~Wherefore, 484 1, 24 | an end. Hence nobody is said to be chosen to ~the life 485 1, 24 | to obtain glory, ~are not said to be chosen simply, but 486 1, 24 | Likewise they are not ~said to be written in the book 487 1, 24 | 1~On the contrary, It is said, "Let them be blotted out 488 1, 24 | I answer that, Some have said that none could be blotted 489 1, 24 | becomes ~known. Thus some are said to be written in the book 490 1, 24 | righteousness, they are then said to be blotted out. And thus 491 1, 24 | men), it can ~therefore be said that to be blotted out, 492 1, 24 | but through ~grace, are said to be written in the book 493 1, 24 | though these latter can be said to be ~blotted out of the 494 1, 24 | The way in which one is said to be blotted out of the 495 1, 24 | is that in which one is said to be written therein anew; 496 1, 25 | 1~On the contrary, It is said: "Thou art mighty, O Lord, 497 1, 25 | clear from what has been said, when we discussed the infinity 498 1, 25 | He is ~immovable, as was said above (Q[2], A[3]). Therefore 499 1, 25 | deny Himself" as it is said in 2 Tim. 2:13. Therefore 500 1, 25 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is said of God that He manifests


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