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1 1, 1 | Scripture of this doctrine may be expounded in ~different 2 1, 1 | are beyond man's knowledge may ~not be sought for by man 3 1, 1 | and the physicist ~both may prove the same conclusion: 4 1, 1 | reason why those things which may be learned from philosophical 5 1, 1 | known by natural reason, may not also be taught us ~by 6 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It may well happen that what is 7 1, 1 | itself the more certain ~may seem to us the less certain 8 1, 1 | slenderest knowledge that may be obtained of the ~highest 9 1, 1 | a twofold wisdom. A man may judge in one way by ~inclination, 10 1, 1 | things are written ~that you may believe" (Jn. 20:31). Therefore 11 1, 1 | according to doctrine, that he may be able to ~exhort in sound 12 1, 1 | the Church as ~one that may properly be used, yet merely 13 1, 1 | thought and ~written, whatever may have been their holiness 14 1, 1 | Therefore ~this sacred science may use metaphors.~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 1 | grasp intellectual things may ~be able to understand it.~ 16 1, 1 | has been made others also may receive instruction in these ~ 17 1, 1 | God is above whatsoever we may ~say or think of Him. Thirdly, 18 1, 1 | in Holy Scripture a word may have several senses?~Aquin.: 19 1, 2 | God from His effects, we ~may take for the middle term 20 1, 3 | existence, in order that we may ~know its essence. Now, 21 1, 3 | His own existence. This may be shown in ~several ways. 22 1, 3 | be without reason. Or we may ~understand a thing to have 23 1, 3 | either of two things. It may mean the act ~of essence, 24 1, 3 | the act ~of essence, or it may mean the composition of 25 1, 3 | be a species of any genus may be ~shown in three ways. 26 1, 3 | although every essence may have something superadded 27 1, 3 | absolute simplicity of God may be shown in many ways. ~ 28 1, 3 | predicated of the whole may be predicated of ~a part ( 29 1, 4 | v) any excellence which may be found in any genus. This 30 1, 4 | found in any genus. This may be ~seen from two considerations. 31 1, 4 | generated by the sun's heat may be in some ~sort spoken 32 1, 4 | Reply OBJ 4: Although it may be admitted that creatures 33 1, 4 | ix): "A mutual likeness may be found between ~things 34 1, 5 | to this objection. Or it may ~be said that goodness extends 35 1, 5 | whatever kind ~of nature it may be. Hence goodness does 36 1, 5 | Platonists, primary matter ~may be said to be a non-being 37 1, 5 | employ whatever powers we ~may have. Hence a man is said 38 1, 7 | necessary that something may ~exist. Now this is impossible; 39 1, 7 | hammers, inasmuch as one may be broken and ~another used, 40 1, 8 | agent, however powerful it may be, acts at ~a distance, 41 1, 8 | other things created by Him, may be considered from ~human 42 1, 8 | anyone, who ~nevertheless may not be in substance in every 43 1, 8 | in ~which its substance may be. Now there were some ( 44 1, 8 | sight, though the thing may be distant in substance, 45 1, 8 | thus by power an agent may be ~said to be present to 46 1, 10 | eternal life, that they ~may know Thee the only true 47 1, 10 | together; ~nevertheless, we may say that a day or an hour 48 1, 10 | Which ~of these is true, may be considered from the cause 49 1, 11 | what is divided in number, ~may be undivided in species; 50 1, 11 | undivided in species; thus it may be that a thing is in one 51 1, 11 | its essence, though ~it may be divided as regards what 52 1, 11 | what is one ~in subject may have many accidents; or 53 1, 12 | supremely knowable in itself, may not be ~knowable to a particular 54 1, 12 | as the Apostle says: "May He give unto you the spirit 55 1, 12 | the eyes of your heart" may be "enlightened" ~(Eph. 56 1, 12 | eternal life, that they may ~know Thee the only true 57 1, 12 | intellect in order that it may be ~raised up to such a 58 1, 12 | to see God. Therefore it may be said that this light 59 1, 12 | the part of the object, it may ~so happen because the object 60 1, 12 | eternal life, that they may know Thee the only true ~ 61 1, 12 | But I follow after, if I may by any ~means comprehend [ 62 1, 12 | saying: "So run that you may ~comprehend."~Aquin.: SMT 63 1, 12 | but not ~"wholly," it may be contrarily urged that " 64 1, 12 | Philosopher (Topic. ii): "It may happen that many things 65 1, 12 | degrees of prophecy. We may also say that ~Jacob spoke 66 1, 13 | wise, or whatever else we may say of that ~simplicity 67 1, 13 | creatures; and thus a word may be applied univocally to 68 1, 13 | relation in one extreme may be a reality, while in ~ 69 1, 13 | by these we [Vulg.: 'ye'] may be made ~partakers of the 70 1, 13 | metaphorically, forasmuch as he may possess something of the 71 1, 13 | incommunicable and, if one may so speak, singular.~Aquin.: 72 1, 14 | other. In proof thereof we may observe ~that some wishing 73 1, 14 | as it is in the knower, may be ~understood in two ways. 74 1, 14 | The habit of knowledge may regard many ~things at once; 75 1, 14 | nevertheless many things may be understood in one (medium), 76 1, 14 | For though some of them may not be in act ~now, still 77 1, 14 | which corruption ~by evil may be accidental. Hence God 78 1, 14 | powers which, however they may be joined together, are 79 1, 14 | knowledge, against this it may be urged that the essence 80 1, 14 | is necessary, the effect may be ~contingent by reason 81 1, 14 | being true or ~false. For it may be just as true that I said 82 1, 14 | distinguished; for this may refer to the ~thing, or 83 1, 14 | variably in themselves. We may also say that "Lord", "Creator" ~ 84 1, 15 | else except that things may be known through them. Therefore 85 1, 15 | form is in the agent, as may ~happen in two ways. For 86 1, 15 | of the builder. And this may ~be called the idea of the 87 1, 15 | different creatures, it may be argued on the contrary ~ 88 1, 15 | the making of things, it may be called an "exemplar," 89 1, 15 | properly called a "type," and may belong to speculative ~knowledge 90 1, 15 | that in them ~the species may be preserved. However, divine 91 1, 16 | Now a thing understood may be in relation to an ~intellect 92 1, 16 | is knowable; even as we may say ~that a house is related 93 1, 16 | words. Truth ~therefore may be in the senses, or in 94 1, 16 | said already (A[1]). It may, however, be ~said that 95 1, 16 | perfection; even as science may be said to be ~greater than 96 1, 16 | understood. Now this conformity may vary in ~two ways, even 97 1, 16 | falsity, for thus forms may be called ~mutable. Whereas 98 1, 17 | nowhere; whatever reason may appear to ~the contrary."~ 99 1, 17 | accidentally; a thing indeed may be called false simply when 100 1, 17 | is compared "per ~se" but may be called false relatively 101 1, 17 | a rightly disposed sense may have a ~false judgment, 102 1, 17 | them by ~their form, but may fall short of accidental 103 1, 17 | qualities, ~even as a man may fail to possess two feet, 104 1, 17 | which it is informed; but may fail with regard to something ~ 105 1, 17 | denying, the intellect may be deceived, by attributing 106 1, 18 | words of the Philosopher may be understood either of ~ 107 1, 18 | eternal life, that they ~may know Thee, the only true 108 1, 18 | things that are not in time may be called ~life in God in 109 1, 19 | says (Rm. 12:2): "That you may prove what ~is the will 110 1, 19 | is pleasant, which anyone may will to do, not only for 111 1, 19 | necessary absolutely, ~though it may be so by supposition; for, 112 1, 19 | alone. Thus, for example, we may say that God willed man 113 1, 19 | effect of a first cause may be ~hindered by a defect 114 1, 19 | effect of the motive ~power may be hindered by the weakness 115 1, 19 | effect ~of the divine will may be hindered by a defect 116 1, 19 | this: that although a thing may fall ~short of any particular 117 1, 19 | form. ~For though a thing may fail to be, for example, 118 1, 19 | active ~causes. Something may fall outside the order of 119 1, 19 | is clearly seen. For it may happen that a star is ~hindered 120 1, 19 | absolutely considered, may be good or evil, and yet 121 1, 19 | consequent consideration may ~be changed into the contrary. 122 1, 19 | live is an evil. Hence it may be said of a ~just judge, 123 1, 19 | willing consequently. Thus it may be said that a just ~judge 124 1, 19 | Such a ~qualified will may be called a willingness 125 1, 19 | what He wills antecedently may not take place.~Aquin.: 126 1, 19 | will regards good, a man may in two ways begin to ~will 127 1, 19 | we have made; although we may even do so without ~change 128 1, 19 | shall not happen; or ~He may will conversely. We may 129 1, 19 | may will conversely. We may say, then, that God sometimes 130 1, 19 | active power in the seed it may happen that a ~child is 131 1, 19 | will. Nevertheless evil may be sought accidentally, 132 1, 19 | we will something. A man may show that he ~wills something, 133 1, 19 | by means of another. He may show it ~by himself, by 134 1, 19 | 12] Body Para. 2/2~Or it may be said that permission 135 1, 19 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As God may by metaphor be said to will 136 1, 19 | speaking, He wills not; so He may by metaphor be said to will ~ 137 1, 19 | subject of ~counsel. Or it may be said that counsel is 138 1, 20 | sensitive appetite there may be ~distinguished a certain 139 1, 20 | various works of life, and who may fare well or ill, according 140 1, 20 | a twofold ~way anything may be loved more, or less. 141 1, 20 | there ~is no reason why it may not vary in degree.~Aquin.: 142 1, 20 | the diversity of which God may be ~said to know or will 143 1, 20 | as the master of a house may give some costly ~delicacy 144 1, 20 | loved the more. However, it ~may seem presumptuous to pass 145 1, 20 | R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~Or it may be answered that gifts of 146 1, 21 | the divine operations debt may be regarded in two ~ways, 147 1, 21 | the essence of a ~thing may be the principle of action. 148 1, 21 | for in ~remitting it he may be said to bestow a gift. 149 1, 21 | is the ultimate end. We may say, for ~instance, that 150 1, 21 | soul is due to him that he may be man; and his ~being man 151 1, 22 | prudence or providence may suitably be attributed to 152 1, 22 | things": which disposition may refer either to the type 153 1, 22 | though to take counsel may not be fitting to God, from 154 1, 22 | Although at the same time it may ~be said that the very reason 155 1, 22 | care for oxen?']": and we may say the same of ~other irrational 156 1, 22 | And since His knowledge may be ~compared to the things 157 1, 22 | as, for instance, wood may be prevented from burning, ~ 158 1, 22 | perfect good of the universe may not be hindered, for ~if 159 1, 22 | contingent ~causes, that they may happen by contingency, according 160 1, 23 | that is of God: that we may know the things that are 161 1, 23 | misery or not. Although it ~may be said that every conferring 162 1, 23 | effect of predestination may be considered ~in a twofold 163 1, 23 | effect of predestination may be considered in ~general. 164 1, 23 | multiformity of grades ~may be preserved in things, 165 1, 23 | predestined - e.g. Peter - may sin and then ~be killed. 166 1, 23 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The crown may be said to belong to a person 167 1, 23 | is ~ours; and thus anyone may lose his crown by mortal 168 1, 23 | that by good works you ~may make sure your calling and 169 1, 23 | that the beauty of ~order may be preserved in the universe; 170 1, 23 | universe; and also that He may communicate ~to creatures 171 1, 24 | OBJ 1: The book of life may be understood in two senses. 172 1, 24 | things which lead us to life may be called the book of life; 173 1, 24 | of life. Thus that also may ~be called the book of war, 174 1, 24 | Para. 1/1~Whether anyone may be blotted out of the book 175 1, 24 | 1: It seems that no one may be blotted out of the book 176 1, 25 | God are identified. Or we may say, that the knowledge 177 1, 25 | precisely consists: for ~there may be doubt as to the precise 178 1, 25 | he has four feet." Or he may be understood to mean that 179 1, 25 | words "befitting" and "just" may be understood in two ways: 180 1, 26 | competent that good or ill may befall, and which can control 181 1, 26 | the intellect. In this we may consider two things, namely, 182 1, 27 | the ~Son, "That . . . we may be in His true Son. This 183 1, 27 | principle of all things, may be compared to ~things created 184 1, 27 | generation; whereas it may have that kind of generation 185 1, 28 | really; in proof whereof we may ~consider that in relations 186 1, 28 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, it may also contrariwise be said 187 1, 29 | Although this or that singular may not be definable, yet ~what 188 1, 29 | substantial; as, for example, we may say that fire is a ~simple, 189 1, 29 | species; and so, although ~it may exist in a separate state, 190 1, 29 | Greeks {ousia}, what we ~may call "essence." In another 191 1, 29 | Although this name "person" may not belong to God as ~regards 192 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It may be said that God has a rational " 193 1, 29 | however, in the singular, it may be either absolute ~or relative. 194 1, 29 | consider that something may be ~included in the meaning 195 1, 30 | to resolve this point, we may observe that all plurality 196 1, 30 | multitude; hence in God ~it may mean both substance and 197 1, 31 | persons, according as trinity may ~mean trine-unity. But in 198 1, 31 | the unity of essence: ~we may, however, use the term " 199 1, 31 | writing, ~though many others may be with him. In this way 200 1, 31 | Father, said: "That they may know Thee, the only true 201 1, 32 | notions?~(4) Whether we may lawfully have various contrary 202 1, 32 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Reason may be employed in two ways 203 1, 32 | way, and chiefly, that we may think rightly ~concerning 204 1, 32 | personal names, so that we may say paternity and ~Father.~ 205 1, 32 | abstract ~terms whereby we may answer that the persons 206 1, 32 | there are five notions, He may be called ~quinary; which 207 1, 32 | Concerning such things anyone may ~have a false opinion without 208 1, 32 | must decide that anyone may entertain contrary opinions 209 1, 32 | said all the objections may be solved.~~ 210 1, 33 | quoted subjoins: "That He may be the First Born among 211 1, 33 | Otherwise "unbegotten" may be taken in a kind of ~privation 212 1, 33 | Father as a privation, but it may ~be so attributed in the 213 1, 33 | divine ~essence, of which it may be said that it is in the 214 1, 34 | of the mind, which anyone may ~also manifest by exterior 215 1, 34 | Therefore, although Word may be ~sometimes said of God 216 1, 34 | that makes a person known may be ~called his word, and 217 1, 34 | that way the Holy Ghost may be called the ~Son's Word, 218 1, 35 | belong to love, although it may belong to that love ~which 219 1, 35 | 3: The image of a thing may be found in something in 220 1, 36 | appropriateness of this name may be shown in two ways. Firstly, 221 1, 36 | relation ~only. Yet this name may be understood as including 222 1, 36 | through another, the same may be said ~conversely. For 223 1, 36 | expression of my faith, that I may ever possess the Father - 224 1, 36 | namely ~Thyself: that I may adore Thy Son together with 225 1, 36 | together with Thee: and that I may ~deserve Thy Holy Spirit, 226 1, 36 | of the spiration, then we may say that the Holy Ghost ~ 227 1, 37 | is ~not the form. Now it may happen that a thing may 228 1, 37 | may happen that a thing may be denominated from that ~ 229 1, 37 | principle of the action may be denominated both from 230 1, 38 | Nevertheless in order that it may possess ~Him in this manner, 231 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 2: Although we may not find it declared in 232 1, 39 | being [essendo], things may be said to be of one ~nature 233 1, 39 | as regards the person, it may properly be said that the 234 1, 39 | active principle. Yet a thing may be its own form, as appears ~ 235 1, 39 | original has "Elohim," which may be ~rendered "Gods" or " 236 1, 39 | but by some adjunct it may be ~restricted so as to 237 1, 39 | principle; ~as one of the people may be called the ruler of the 238 1, 39 | being ~ruler of himself. We may also say that He is the 239 1, 39 | common to the three ~persons, may verge on error in faith; 240 1, 39 | on error in faith; for it may be supposed either that ~ 241 1, 39 | intermediate cause; thus we may say that a smith works " 242 1, 39 | in a relative sense, ~it may sometimes relate to the 243 1, 39 | it is not a person; as we may say, "this ~stone," and " 244 1, 39 | divine essence, the latter ~may be designated by the pronoun " 245 1, 40 | distinguished by origin, so that we may say ~that the Father is 246 1, 40 | which ~something is added, may be understood when the addition 247 1, 41 | principle of those things which may be this way or that way; ~ 248 1, 41 | stated (1 Jn. 5:20): "That we may be in His true Son Jesus ~ 249 1, 41 | the essence of God. So we may explain them otherwise, 250 1, 41 | Wisdom was created," this may be understood ~not of Wisdom 251 1, 41 | uncreated Wisdom. The saying may also be referred to ~the 252 1, 41 | immutability of the Father may be understood, and from ~ 253 1, 41 | personally or ~essentially, we may ascribe power to God in 254 1, 41 | power of creating, so we may ~ascribe the power of begetting 255 1, 41 | Persons, so that there may be several Persons begotten 256 1, 41 | For this four reasons may be given.~Aquin.: SMT FP 257 1, 42 | be equal. Therefore, we may speak ~of likeness in the 258 1, 42 | whereof it is the image, it ~may be said to be equal to it; 259 1, 42 | things have a common form may be said to be alike, ~even 260 1, 42 | equally, just as the air may ~be said to be like fire 261 1, 42 | Equality and likeness in God may be designated in two ~ways - 262 1, 42 | posterior to its principle may be due to two reasons: one ~ 263 1, 42 | that what is wanting in one may be somewhat supplied from ~ 264 1, 42 | ever ~born," so that "ever" may denote the permanence of 265 1, 42 | Or, better still, this may be referred to Christ in 266 1, 43 | counsel, as an adviser ~may be said to send the king 267 1, 43 | a thing is sent that it may ~be in something else, and 268 1, 43 | else, and is given that it may be possessed; but that a ~ 269 1, 43 | signification: for the Son may proceed eternally as God; 270 1, 43 | but from His mother; or it may be taken to mean that He ~ 271 1, 43 | 2: That a divine person may newly exist in anyone, or 272 1, 43 | is ~only temporal. Or we may say that it includes the 273 1, 43 | eternal. Hence the procession may be ~called a twin procession, 274 1, 43 | proceed, then the Holy Ghost may be given by a man, although 275 1, 44 | in order that the effect may receive a ~determinate form. 276 1, 44 | Moreover, in things created one may be called the exemplar of 277 1, 45 | to the term ~"whereto," may be more imperfect: thus 278 1, 45 | added perfection; as we may say that a ~superior angel 279 1, 45 | particular appropriation may be taken from the common 280 1, 45 | Other similar ~expressions may be easily reduced to the 281 1, 46 | but of eternity. Or we may ~say that it signifies the 282 1, 46 | because one ~after the other may be broken. It is accidental, 283 1, 46 | all things in ~wisdom," it may be understood that God made 284 1, 47 | formless, in order ~that it may be accommodated to different 285 1, 47 | their ~inequality. This may be explained as follows. 286 1, 47 | in order that the house may be made perfect of ~different 287 1, 48 | some philosophers. Or, it may ~be said that, as the Philosopher 288 1, 48 | evil in morality, ~there may be a return to good, but 289 1, 48 | every grade of goodness may be realized. Now, one grade 290 1, 48 | considering that ~things may be evil, or that evil is 291 1, 48 | belongs to nature that what may fail should sometimes fail; ~ 292 1, 48 | finite ~thing, still it may be so diminished infinitely, 293 1, 48 | the creature's good, which may be either ~something created, 294 1, 48 | about so that the fault may ~be avoided, and thus fault 295 1, 48 | to ~the end; because one may be deprived of both of these 296 1, 49 | the movement of an animal may ~happen by reason of the 297 1, 50 | the form, that thereby it may be constituted in some species, ~ 298 1, 50 | form of the aforesaid rays may be terminated in them; and 299 1, 51 | familiarly with men they may give evidence of ~that intellectual 300 1, 51 | properties of intelligible things may be understood according 301 1, 51 | and works of the angels may be manifested by the properties 302 1, 51 | spiritual powers of the angels may be made ~manifest; just 303 1, 52 | proximate mover, although there may be several remote movers. 304 1, 52 | that several individuals may row a boat, since no one 305 1, 54 | contrary objections. First, it ~may be replied that those authorities 306 1, 54 | much labor." Secondly, ~it may be said that such authorities 307 1, 55 | in order that the faculty may be ~perfectly completed 308 1, 56 | sense, in order that sense may actually perceive. And the ~ 309 1, 56 | and in order that there may be actual ~knowledge, it 310 1, 57 | from God in order that they may ~subsist in their own natures, 311 1, 57 | proceed in order that they ~may exist in the angelic mind. 312 1, 57 | 3:4,5): "As you reading, may understand my knowledge 313 1, 58 | Topic. ii, 4) that "it may happen ~that we know many 314 1, 58 | happens that ~several things may be taken as several or as 315 1, 58 | from it; but not of what may be dependent on God's supernatural ~ 316 1, 58 | seeing a dead man, they may suppose that he will not 317 1, 58 | on beholding Christ, they may judge Him not to be God.~ 318 1, 60 | from Ethic. i, 6, a thing ~may be loved in two ways; first 319 1, 60 | loved, not that any good may come to it but that it may 320 1, 60 | may come to it but that it may be possessed. ~This kind 321 1, 62 | In another way a ~thing may be beyond the power, not 322 1, 62 | disposes himself so that he may ~have grace; for this no 323 1, 62 | various mediums, as a thing may be known at the one time ~ 324 1, 63 | rule, then the engraving may be right or faulty. Now 325 1, 63 | by reason of which evil may be in them.~Aquin.: SMT 326 1, 63 | that is ~to say, that he may obtain it of God. But he 327 1, 63 | power. In another way one may desire to be like unto God 328 1, 63 | Therefore some angels may be naturally wicked.~Aquin.: 329 1, 63 | are God's creatures, they may be naturally wicked.~Aquin.: 330 1, 63 | Now ~a particular good may happen to have some evil 331 1, 63 | particular good, with which evil may be connected. In this way, 332 1, 64 | the way open by which he may proceed ~to either of two 333 1, 64 | another, in order that they may tempt men, and thus the 334 1, 65 | harmful in many ways; as may be seen in serpents, in 335 1, 65 | themselves the same ~thing may be evil in some respects, 336 1, 65 | thus." But corporeal matter may be said thus to serve ~that 337 1, 65 | created things, ~that they may be able to be brought by 338 1, 66 | Body Para. 2/2~As far as may be gathered from the text 339 1, 66 | as the craftsman's will may be ~said to move over the 340 1, 66 | admit a fifth essence. Or we may say that formless matter 341 1, 66 | xii). For this reason it may ~be said that the influence 342 1, 66 | that the splendor without may correspond to ~that which 343 1, 66 | intervening heavens), we may also say that the empyrean 344 1, 66 | more subtle ~nature. Or it may have the brightness of glory 345 1, 67 | I answer that, Any word may be used in two ways - that 346 1, 67 | manifestation of every kind, it ~may properly be applied to spiritual 347 1, 67 | perceived; for though this may ~be the case in short distances, 348 1, 67 | around with the sun, ~we may ask why it is that when 349 1, 67 | but is not permanent; as may be seen ~when water which 350 1, 67 | light is here spoken of, it ~may be replied that the light 351 1, 68 | understood in two senses. They may be ~understood, first, of 352 1, 68 | to the first opinion, it may, strictly speaking, be granted ~ 353 1, 68 | A[1] R.O. 1 Para. 2/3~We may also say that the heaven 354 1, 68 | several senses ~in which this may be understood. Augustine 355 1, 68 | for the same reason it may be ~believed that the waters 356 1, 68 | nature than the elements, it may still ~be said to divide 357 1, 68 | waters ~resolved into vapor may be lifted above the starry 358 1, 68 | this opinion, that bodies may be ~rarefied infinitely, 359 1, 68 | creatures, not how ~far it may have pleased Him to work 360 1, 68 | the water, as stated, we may understand the matter of 361 1, 68 | under the firmament, it may be argued, on ~the contrary, 362 1, 68 | upon the water. For it may be understood from these 363 1, 68 | the ~other seven, which may be called the seven heavens, 364 1, 68 | circumference. But as one center may have many ~circumferences, 365 1, 68 | is but one earth, there may be many ~heavens.~Aquin.: 366 1, 69 | hidden or apparent, and this may be the reason why they ~ 367 1, 69 | fulfill His word." Or we may ~say that it was according 368 1, 69 | element itself. Again it may be ~said with Basil (Hom. 369 1, 69 | the dry land, Earth." It may also be said with Rabbi 370 1, 69 | accordance with other writers, it may be said ~that the first 371 1, 69 | green herb, and such as may seed," as ~indicating the 372 1, 69 | where the seminal ~power may reside, whether in root, 373 1, 70 | the four elements, for it may be said that they ~were 374 1, 70 | to the ~whole heaven and may be understood to have begun 375 1, 70 | stars: which ~movements may have had their beginning 376 1, 70 | say that a higher creature may be made for the sake of 377 1, 70 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: One being may be nobler than another absolutely, 378 1, 70 | principle that moves it may be ~called intrinsic, and 379 1, 71 | life, and the fowl that may fly over the earth," do 380 1, 71 | bodies of birds and fishes may be considered from two ~ 381 1, 71 | order that ~the mingling may be duly tempered in the 382 1, 72 | Again, animals and plants may ~be said to be produced 383 1, 72 | inanimate ~things, or of plants, may have been generated then. 384 1, 73 | Either version, however, may stand, since the ~completion 385 1, 73 | operation, to the ~seventh. It may also be added that in continuous 386 1, 73 | to rest; against this it may be argued that rest is set 387 1, 73 | one ~hand, every operation may be called a movement, and 388 1, 73 | finds His own rest, and we may find ours in its fruition.~ 389 1, 74 | there was any day. ~But it may also be said, following 390 1, 74 | mentioned after the six. It may also be said, with the ~ 391 1, 74 | mind of the artist, which may be called his ~intelligible 392 1, 74 | art, that ~out of them he may form his work. And the words, " 393 1, 74 | also ~to the second. Or it may be that Scripture does not 394 1, 74 | Perplex. ii.], and to these may be added a mystical one ~ 395 1, 74 | there to add, "He made." It may also be said, following 396 1, 74 | is fixed. Another reason ~may be to signify that a day 397 1, 75 | soul. Now, though a body may ~be a principle of life, 398 1, 75 | from the context. Or we may reply that to operate "per ~ 399 1, 75 | does not give heat. ~We may therefore say that the soul 400 1, 75 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2~It may also be understood in this 401 1, 75 | The soul has no matter. We may consider this question in ~ 402 1, 75 | Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, we may proceed from the specific 403 1, 75 | incorruptible. For a thing may be corrupted in two ~ways - " 404 1, 75 | corruptible. Moreover we may take a sign of ~this from 405 1, 76 | understands. Now an action may be attributed to anyone 406 1, 76 | since, in order that man may be able to understand all 407 1, 76 | and that his intellect may understand immaterial things ~ 408 1, 76 | intelligible common to them may be abstracted. But this 409 1, 76 | impossible, whatever one may hold as to the ~manner of 410 1, 76 | no matter ~how diverse may be all those things of which 411 1, 76 | in one man, in whom there may be different ~phantasms 412 1, 76 | follows that the same thing may happen ~to be known by several 413 1, 76 | Therefore the intellectual soul may be ~compared to the body 414 1, 76 | that the teeth of the saw may ~become blunt and rusted, 415 1, 76 | entire in each part thereof, may be concluded from this, 416 1, 77 | the present purpose ~this may be proved in two ways. First, 417 1, 77 | A[3]). Secondly, this may be also shown to be impossible ~ 418 1, 77 | sense the powers of the soul may be ~said to be a medium 419 1, 77 | substantial existence, but may have ~several operations. 420 1, 77 | the soul. Accordingly we may ~observe a triple order 421 1, 77 | their nature; ~although they may be said to be simultaneous, 422 1, 77 | body or without the body" may determine the act of ~sense 423 1, 77 | corporeal organ. Secondly, they may be ~understood as determining 424 1, 77 | simple thing many things may proceed naturally, in ~a 425 1, 77 | the accident. From this we may ~gather that the essence 426 1, 77 | another. The same thing may be said of the ~powers of 427 1, 77 | it was said; although we may ~say that the soul takes 428 1, 37 | is ~not the form. Now it may happen that a thing may 429 1, 37 | may happen that a thing may be denominated from that ~ 430 1, 37 | principle of the action may be denominated both from 431 1, 38 | Nevertheless in order that it may possess ~Him in this manner, 432 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 2: Although we may not find it declared in 433 1, 39 | being [essendo], things may be said to be of one ~nature 434 1, 39 | as regards the person, it may properly be said that the 435 1, 39 | active principle. Yet a thing may be its own form, as appears ~ 436 1, 39 | original has "Elohim," which may be ~rendered "Gods" or " 437 1, 39 | but by some adjunct it may be ~restricted so as to 438 1, 39 | principle; ~as one of the people may be called the ruler of the 439 1, 39 | being ~ruler of himself. We may also say that He is the 440 1, 39 | common to the three ~persons, may verge on error in faith; 441 1, 39 | on error in faith; for it may be supposed either that ~ 442 1, 39 | intermediate cause; thus we may say that a smith works " 443 1, 39 | in a relative sense, ~it may sometimes relate to the 444 1, 39 | it is not a person; as we may say, "this ~stone," and " 445 1, 39 | divine essence, the latter ~may be designated by the pronoun " 446 1, 40 | distinguished by origin, so that we may say ~that the Father is 447 1, 40 | which ~something is added, may be understood when the addition 448 1, 41 | principle of those things which may be this way or that way; ~ 449 1, 41 | stated (1 Jn. 5:20): "That we may be in His true Son Jesus ~ 450 1, 41 | the essence of God. So we may explain them otherwise, 451 1, 41 | Wisdom was created," this may be understood ~not of Wisdom 452 1, 41 | uncreated Wisdom. The saying may also be referred to ~the 453 1, 41 | immutability of the Father may be understood, and from ~ 454 1, 41 | personally or ~essentially, we may ascribe power to God in 455 1, 41 | power of creating, so we may ~ascribe the power of begetting 456 1, 41 | Persons, so that there may be several Persons begotten 457 1, 41 | For this four reasons may be given.~Aquin.: SMT FP 458 1, 42 | be equal. Therefore, we may speak ~of likeness in the 459 1, 42 | whereof it is the image, it ~may be said to be equal to it; 460 1, 42 | things have a common form may be said to be alike, ~even 461 1, 42 | equally, just as the air may ~be said to be like fire 462 1, 42 | Equality and likeness in God may be designated in two ~ways - 463 1, 42 | posterior to its principle may be due to two reasons: one ~ 464 1, 42 | that what is wanting in one may be somewhat supplied from ~ 465 1, 42 | ever ~born," so that "ever" may denote the permanence of 466 1, 42 | Or, better still, this may be referred to Christ in 467 1, 43 | counsel, as an adviser ~may be said to send the king 468 1, 43 | a thing is sent that it may ~be in something else, and 469 1, 43 | else, and is given that it may be possessed; but that a ~ 470 1, 43 | signification: for the Son may proceed eternally as God; 471 1, 43 | but from His mother; or it may be taken to mean that He ~ 472 1, 43 | 2: That a divine person may newly exist in anyone, or 473 1, 43 | is ~only temporal. Or we may say that it includes the 474 1, 43 | eternal. Hence the procession may be ~called a twin procession, 475 1, 43 | proceed, then the Holy Ghost may be given by a man, although 476 1, 45 | in order that the effect may receive a ~determinate form. 477 1, 45 | Moreover, in things created one may be called the exemplar of 478 1, 46 | to the term ~"whereto," may be more imperfect: thus 479 1, 46 | added perfection; as we may say that a ~superior angel 480 1, 46 | particular appropriation may be taken from the common 481 1, 46 | Other similar ~expressions may be easily reduced to the 482 1, 47 | but of eternity. Or we may ~say that it signifies the 483 1, 47 | because one ~after the other may be broken. It is accidental, 484 1, 47 | all things in ~wisdom," it may be understood that God made 485 1, 48 | formless, in order ~that it may be accommodated to different 486 1, 48 | their ~inequality. This may be explained as follows. 487 1, 48 | in order that the house may be made perfect of ~different 488 1, 49 | some philosophers. Or, it may ~be said that, as the Philosopher 489 1, 49 | evil in morality, ~there may be a return to good, but 490 1, 49 | every grade of goodness may be realized. Now, one grade 491 1, 49 | considering that ~things may be evil, or that evil is 492 1, 49 | belongs to nature that what may fail should sometimes fail; ~ 493 1, 49 | finite ~thing, still it may be so diminished infinitely, 494 1, 49 | the creature's good, which may be either ~something created, 495 1, 49 | about so that the fault may ~be avoided, and thus fault 496 1, 49 | to ~the end; because one may be deprived of both of these 497 1, 50 | the movement of an animal may ~happen by reason of the 498 1, 51 | the form, that thereby it may be constituted in some species, ~ 499 1, 51 | form of the aforesaid rays may be terminated in them; and 500 1, 52 | familiarly with men they may give evidence of ~that intellectual


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