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501 1, 21 | is also due to a created ~thing that it should possess what 502 1, 21 | justice, when He gives to each thing what is due to it by its ~ 503 1, 21 | since ~what is due to each thing is due to it as ordered 504 1, 21 | God in this way pays each thing its due, yet ~He Himself 505 1, 21 | is of the essence of a ~thing may be the principle of 506 1, 21 | always regard ~act; since a thing is called good not merely 507 1, 21 | the equation of mind and thing, as said ~above (Q[16], 508 1, 21 | that is the cause of the thing, is ~related to it as its 509 1, 21 | equation of the mind to the thing, as happens in ourselves. 510 1, 21 | ourselves. For according ~as a thing is, or is not, our thoughts 511 1, 21 | in the equation of the thing to the mind; just as the 512 1, 21 | conformity of the sign with the ~thing signified; and not in that 513 1, 22 | intellect are one and the same ~thing, as we have said above ( 514 1, 22 | and particular ~causes. A thing can escape the order of 515 1, 22 | has care of a particular ~thing, and one whose providence 516 1, 22 | inasmuch as the defect in one thing yields to the good of ~another, 517 1, 23 | of its nature. ~Now if a thing cannot attain to something 518 1, 23 | pre-existence in him of the thing to be done. Hence the type ~ 519 1, 23 | preparation is something in the thing prepared. But ~predestination 520 1, 23 | in a passive way in the thing governed, and in an ~active 521 1, 23 | we are said to destine a ~thing which we firmly propose 522 1, 23 | destination can be of a thing which does not ~exist. Predestination, 523 1, 23 | can be attributed to a thing which does not actually 524 1, 23 | passion and this is in the thing prepared; and of the agent 525 1, 23 | inasmuch as God wills one thing on account of something 526 1, 23 | or what comes to the same thing, whether God pre-ordained 527 1, 23 | free will, as if the same thing cannot ~come from both. 528 1, 23 | that God wills any created thing is necessary ~on the supposition 529 1, 23 | on account of that other thing. For instance, a ~builder 530 1, 23 | is not exactly the same thing in the case of the number 531 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if a thing can be helped, it can also 532 1, 24 | of life is not the same thing as ~pre-destination. For 533 1, 24 | of life is not the same thing as predestination.~Aquin.: 534 1, 24 | called the book of life. A ~thing is said metaphorically to 535 1, 24 | different aspects ~of the same thing. For this latter implies 536 1, 24 | Further, whatever is in a thing is in it according to the ~ 537 1, 24 | the ~disposition of that thing. But the book of life is 538 1, 24 | God, as if God foreknew a thing, and afterwards knew it 539 1, 24 | knew it not; but to ~the thing known, namely, because God 540 1, 25 | cause and principle ~of a thing are identical. We ought 541 1, 25 | contrary to act; for a thing is passive according as 542 1, 25 | power of any corporeal thing were infinite, it would 543 1, 25 | For instance, the hotter a thing is, the greater the power ~ 544 1, 25 | be ineffectual; because a thing is ineffectual ~which is 545 1, 25 | Philosopher (Metaph. v, 17), a thing is ~said to be possible 546 1, 25 | second way of ~saying a thing is possible. For a thing 547 1, 25 | thing is possible. For a thing is said to be possible or ~ 548 1, 25 | power there corresponds a thing ~possible as its proper 549 1, 25 | of an absolutely possible thing, within the scope of the 550 1, 25 | of a feasible or possible thing. Therefore, everything that 551 1, 25 | possibly conceive such a thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 552 1, 25 | fact that his running is a ~thing of the past. Therefore God 553 1, 25 | things, He cannot make a thing that is corrupt not to have 554 1, 25 | Ethic. vi, 2): "Of this one thing alone is God deprived - 555 1, 25 | if one considers the past thing itself, as, for instance, 556 1, 25 | nevertheless, if the past thing is considered as ~past, 557 1, 25 | powerful and wise way. But a thing is so much the ~better done 558 1, 25 | Enchiridion 10), "each thing that God has made is good, 559 1, 25 | good, God cannot make a thing better than ~it is itself; 560 1, 25 | although He can make another thing better than it; even as ~ 561 1, 25 | something else better than each thing made by Him.~Aquin.: SMT 562 1, 25 | said that God can make a thing better than He ~makes it, 563 1, 25 | better than each individual thing: ~and He can make the same 564 1, 25 | and He can make the same thing in one way better than it 565 1, 25 | implies the manner of the thing done, He ~can make something 566 1, 25 | consists. For if any one thing were ~bettered, the proportion 567 1, 26 | understand are one and the same ~thing; differing only in the manner 568 1, 26 | of the act, which is the thing understood; and the act 569 1, 26 | beatitude is ~a created thing in beatified creatures; 570 1, 26 | way, it ~is an uncreated thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 571 1, 26 | Ethics i, 3), namely, the "thing itself" ~and "its use." 572 1, 26 | rational creature, as the ~thing itself; but created beatitude 573 1, 26 | rather ~fruition, of the thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 574 1, 27 | heat from the agent to the thing made hot. Rather it is to ~ 575 1, 27 | is clear that the more a ~thing is understood, the more 576 1, 27 | found the likeness of the ~thing understood, although there 577 1, 27 | certain inclination to the ~thing willed. Thus the procession 578 1, 27 | object ~understood, as the thing generated is the likeness 579 1, 27 | the principle whereby one thing acts on another. ~Hence 580 1, 28 | of reason comparing one thing to another, and this is 581 1, 28 | regard to absolutely the same thing; because such a ~relation 582 1, 28 | intelligibly; as a ~corporeal thing is related to that which 583 1, 28 | respect which affects a thing related and tends ~from 584 1, 28 | related and tends ~from that thing to something else; whereas, 585 1, 28 | identified with the same thing are ~identified with each 586 1, 28 | there is motion in the thing moved; whereas passion implies 587 1, 28 | neither is the relation of a thing to itself. Nevertheless, 588 1, 28 | intelligible action; and not as a thing understood. For ~when we 589 1, 28 | intellect conceives from the ~thing understood, is called the 590 1, 29 | in the ~definition of a thing. For to define a man as " 591 1, 29 | since man is the name of a thing, and ~"species" is a name 592 1, 29 | person is the name ~of a thing (for it signifies a substance 593 1, 29 | giving its form to each thing," for the ~specific difference 594 1, 29 | from the ~special form of a thing. So in the definition of " 595 1, 29 | means the quiddity of a thing, signified by its ~definition, 596 1, 29 | means the substance of a ~thing; in which sense substance 597 1, 29 | a reality - that is, "a thing of nature," "subsistence," 598 1, 29 | nature, it is ~called "a thing of nature"; as, for instance, 599 1, 29 | man is a ~human natural thing. As it underlies the accidents, 600 1, 29 | denied of anything, the thing defined is also denied of 601 1, 29 | animal." So that it is one thing to ask the ~meaning of the 602 1, 29 | is man. Also, it is one thing to ask the meaning of ~this 603 1, 30 | in God there is ~no such thing as a quality), so number 604 1, 30 | not community of a real thing, as if one essence were ~ 605 1, 30 | but as a vague individual ~thing. The names of genera and 606 1, 30 | The vague ~individual thing, as "some man," signifies 607 1, 30 | of a designated ~singular thing signifies that which distinguishes 608 1, 30 | distinguishes the determinate thing; ~as the name Socrates signifies 609 1, 31 | other person" and "other thing" [alius et ~aliud] have 610 1, 31 | follows that the Son is a thing apart ~from the Father.~ 611 1, 31 | which the ~Father is not one thing, the Son another, and the 612 1, 31 | the name of a particular thing, refers ~to the "suppositum"; 613 1, 31 | we ~say that they are one thing, but not one person.~Aquin.: 614 1, 31 | Father, but not another ~thing; and the same applies to 615 1, 31 | only" excludes another thing, as above ~explained.~Aquin.: 616 1, 32 | consideration that "no good thing can be ~joyfully possessed 617 1, 32 | forasmuch as we always name a thing as we understand it. Now, 618 1, 32 | be held obstinately. A thing is of faith, indirectly, 619 1, 33 | called in relation to the thing ~principled. So if the Father 620 1, 33 | For the first term of a thing, as also the first part, 621 1, 33 | imposed, are ~not the same thing, as stated above (Q[13], 622 1, 33 | De Anima ii, text 49), a ~thing is denominated chiefly by 623 1, 33 | creatures as regards the ~thing signified, but not as regards 624 1, 33 | which is the form of the thing generated; and the ~nearer 625 1, 33 | from the artist before the thing designed, which is produced 626 1, 33 | signifies imperfection in the thing which is ~the subject of 627 1, 33 | ways; in one way when a thing has not what is naturally ~ 628 1, 33 | a stone be called a dead thing, as wanting life, ~which 629 1, 34 | strict sense. For ~if a thing be called a word metaphorically, 630 1, 34 | word spoken, but also the thing ~understood or signified 631 1, 34 | whereas in the way whereby a thing is spoken as being ~understood 632 1, 34 | intelligent agent to the thing understood, in which habitude 633 1, 34 | actual by the form of the thing ~understood. In God, however, 634 1, 34 | God ~the intellect and the thing understood are altogether 635 1, 34 | imports a habitude to the thing ~understood which in the 636 1, 34 | taken figuratively, as the thing ~signified or effected by 637 1, 34 | not signify a ~subsisting thing, as appears in ourselves. 638 1, 35 | the form derived from one thing to another. In this sense ~ 639 1, 35 | Reply OBJ 3: The image of a thing may be found in something 640 1, 36 | and those who added such a thing appear to ~be worthy of 641 1, 36 | But "whatever causes a thing to be such is yet more so." 642 1, 36 | between the agent and ~the thing done, sometimes that which 643 1, 36 | regarded as terminated in the thing ~done; as, for instance, 644 1, 36 | it is the cause why the thing made proceeds from the artisan, ~ 645 1, 37 | procession simply. For as when a thing is ~understood by anyone, 646 1, 37 | results, so to speak, ~of the thing loved in the affection of 647 1, 37 | in the lover; as also the thing understood is ~in the one 648 1, 37 | who understands, and the thing loved is ~in the lover. 649 1, 37 | with a ~relation to the thing expressed by word, or loved. 650 1, 37 | relation of the Word to the ~thing expressed by the Word.~Aquin.: 651 1, 37 | must consider that since a thing is ~commonly denominated 652 1, 37 | particular respect stands to that thing in the relation of form. 653 1, 37 | Now it may happen that a thing may be denominated from 654 1, 38 | sense. In another sense, a thing is ~another's as a possession, 655 1, 38 | God so taken is a ~created thing. In a third sense "this 656 1, 38 | Topic. iv, 4) - i.e. a thing which is not ~given with 657 1, 39 | On the other hand, the thing having form is not wont 658 1, 39 | active principle. Yet a thing may be its own form, as 659 1, 39 | OBJ 3: Further, this word "thing" when it is said absolutely, 660 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 3: This word "thing" is one of the transcendentals. 661 1, 39 | the same ~Trinity is a thing supreme."~Aquin.: SMT FP 662 1, 39 | considered no less than the thing ~signified. Hence as this 663 1, 39 | negative it denotes both the thing signified and the ~"suppositum." 664 1, 39 | Further, the essence is "a thing begetting," because the 665 1, 39 | the essence will be "a thing begetting," and "not begetting": ~ 666 1, 39 | into account not only ~the thing which is signified, but 667 1, 39 | latter do not, but add the thing signified to the substantive. 668 1, 39 | say that the "essence is a thing begetting," or that it is " 669 1, 39 | is "God ~begetting," if "thing" and God stand for person, 670 1, 39 | saying that ~"essence is a thing begetting," and "a thing 671 1, 39 | thing begetting," and "a thing not begetting"; because 672 1, 39 | because in ~the first case "thing" stands for person, and 673 1, 39 | the Son, as signifying "a thing from another"; for ~every 674 1, 39 | due order. Firstly, the thing itself taken absolutely 675 1, 39 | represents even an ugly thing. This is indicated by ~Augustine 676 1, 39 | is clear that we trace a thing back to that in ~which we 677 1, 39 | denoting the power itself of a thing, but as sometimes ~used 678 1, 39 | in the thought or in the thing ~itself. Hence, as intellect 679 1, 39 | Hence, as intellect and thing in their essential meaning, 680 1, 40 | their form. Now origin of ~a thing does not designate anything 681 1, 40 | generation signifies the way to a thing ~generated, and as proceeding 682 1, 40 | the generator and in the thing generated we must ~presuppose 683 1, 41 | consider that the origin of one thing from another is firstly 684 1, 41 | is manifest that ~of one thing there is only one natural 685 1, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A thing is said to be necessary " 686 1, 41 | means a final cause, when a thing is said ~to be necessary 687 1, 41 | subject to compulsion. But a thing is said to ~be necessary " 688 1, 41 | else, since ~that whence a thing is generated exists in what 689 1, 41 | since again that whence a thing is generated, if it be something ~ 690 1, 41 | receives as predicate the thing generated therefrom just 691 1, 41 | the essence is not another thing ~from person. But the person 692 1, 41 | of the Son is not another thing from the ~Father's essence. 693 1, 41 | created workman ~makes a thing out of matter, so God makes 694 1, 41 | of ~the substance of the thing made, but because the whole 695 1, 41 | the whole substance of a ~thing is produced by Him without 696 1, 41 | be to the Father what the thing made is to the maker, whereto, 697 1, 41 | in God there is ~no such thing as possibility in this sense, 698 1, 42 | for the more ~perfect a thing is the better it is. Secondly, 699 1, 42 | that the ~relation of a thing to itself is not a real 700 1, 42 | in every mode whereby one thing is from another. So if the 701 1, 42 | process of generation, ~a thing must be imperfect, as appears 702 1, 42 | must consider that for a thing which proceeds from a ~principle 703 1, 42 | of the principle and the thing proceeding therefrom, it 704 1, 42 | gives eight modes of one thing ~existing in another, according 705 1, 43 | divine person is a fitting thing, as ~meaning in one way 706 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a thing is changed if it becomes 707 1, 43 | mission" and "giving." For a thing is sent that it may ~be 708 1, 43 | New ~Law, as the form of a thing designed resides in the 709 1, 43 | according to the nature of ~each thing. Now the nature of man requires 710 1, 44 | is nothing to prevent a thing from being ~without that 711 1, 44 | But the relation of the thing caused to its cause does ~ 712 1, 44 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a thing requires an efficient cause 713 1, 44 | cause. ~But no necessary thing can not exist, because whatever 714 1, 44 | of the ~definition of a thing caused, still it follows, 715 1, 44 | because from the fact that a thing has being by ~participation, 716 1, 44 | of primary matter to be a thing made.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] 717 1, 44 | principle, since every imperfect thing is caused by one perfect. 718 1, 44 | something ~self-existing, as a thing ignited is reduced to fire, 719 1, 44 | is not necessary that a thing should have the same ~mode 720 1, 44 | generation, and the form of the thing ~generated, and the agent 721 1, 44 | generation is the form of the thing generated. But God is the ~ 722 1, 44 | for an end: otherwise one thing would ~not follow more than 723 1, 44 | Reply OBJ 2: The form of the thing generated is not the end 724 1, 44 | otherwise the ~form of the thing generated would be more 725 1, 44 | when they desire some ~good thing, whether this desire be 726 1, 45 | the whole substance of the thing; whereas what is ~understood 727 1, 45 | For when anyone makes ~one thing from another, this latter 728 1, 45 | from another, this latter thing from which he makes is presupposed 729 1, 45 | it ~would follow that the thing presupposed would not be 730 1, 45 | indeed, the same ~actual thing is different now from what 731 1, 45 | the whole substance of a thing ~is produced, the same thing 732 1, 45 | thing ~is produced, the same thing can be taken as different 733 1, 45 | understanding, so that a thing is understood as ~first 734 1, 45 | as illumination (for a thing is being illuminated and 735 1, 45 | creation is without movement, a thing is being created and is 736 1, 45 | a ~subject. Therefore a thing created would be the subject 737 1, 45 | creation, and ~so the same thing would be the subject and 738 1, 45 | creation itself is not any thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 739 1, 45 | contrary, It is greater for a thing to be made according to 740 1, 45 | form, is ~something in the thing generated. Therefore much 741 1, 45 | is creation, ~whereby a thing is made according to its 742 1, 45 | substance, something in ~the thing created.~Aquin.: SMT FP 743 1, 45 | places something in the thing created according ~to relation 744 1, 45 | being." But the being of a thing created is not ~subsisting. 745 1, 45 | generation produces the natural thing, ~which is presupposed in 746 1, 45 | operation of art. But the thing supposed in ~natural generation 747 1, 45 | directed to the being of ~a thing. Hence to be made and to 748 1, 45 | creation. For a created thing is called ~created because 749 1, 45 | that "the ~first visible thing is color," although, strictly 750 1, 45 | strictly speaking, the thing ~colored is what is seen.~ 751 1, 45 | building up of a composite thing ~from pre-existing principles; 752 1, 45 | resistance is on the part of the thing ~made, so much the greater 753 1, 45 | can ~do, than to make a thing from nothing. Much more 754 1, 45 | Body Para. 3/4~But such a thing cannot be, because the secondary 755 1, 45 | action some pre-existing thing, which can be touched or 756 1, 45 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: A perfect thing participating any nature, 757 1, 45 | presuppose that whereby a thing is this ~thing, before the 758 1, 45 | whereby a thing is this ~thing, before the action whereby 759 1, 45 | anything whereby it ~is this thing; because it is what it is 760 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A thing is made from its contrary 761 1, 45 | greater power to make a thing from nothing, than from 762 1, 45 | from the ~substance of the thing made, but also from the 763 1, 45 | the very ~substance of a thing, is reduced to "power."~ 764 1, 45 | Word as the form of the ~thing made by art is from the 765 1, 45 | to the substance of the thing limited ~by its principles, " 766 1, 45 | whereby it agrees." For a thing exists by its substance, ~ 767 1, 45 | creature properly speaking is a thing self-subsisting; ~and in 768 1, 45 | generated in nature by a thing unlike to them; as is evident 769 1, 45 | but is that by which a thing is. And therefore, ~since 770 1, 45 | properly to a subsisting thing ~alone, as shown above ( 771 1, 46 | so far as the power of a thing extends so long ~is exists. 772 1, 46 | But every incorruptible thing has power to be always; 773 1, 46 | Therefore no incorruptible ~thing sometimes is, and sometimes 774 1, 46 | therefore no ~incorruptible thing begins to exist. But there 775 1, 46 | either ~the mover or the thing moved being otherwise than 776 1, 46 | and therefore also the thing moved always was, because 777 1, 46 | movement is only ~in a movable thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 778 1, 46 | mover, or in the movable thing, there cannot arise from 779 1, 46 | and also, according as a thing is ~called absolutely possible, 780 1, 46 | but the first ~movable thing was not always so, because 781 1, 46 | universal agent who produces the thing and time also, is not ~correctly 782 1, 46 | demonstration is the essence of a thing. Now ~everything according 783 1, 46 | maker to be prior to the thing made in duration as appears 784 1, 46 | to infinity; but such a thing would be impossible if the ~ 785 1, 46 | Algazel, who ~says that such a thing is an accidental infinity. 786 1, 46 | Q[45], AA[2],3). Hence a thing is created in such a way 787 1, 47 | things, would thus be a ~thing of chance, which is impossible.~ 788 1, 47 | which is only one in one thing; and therefore its effect 789 1, 47 | unity of the world, as the thing designed.~Aquin.: SMT FP 790 1, 48 | ordered, and evil as a thing not only out of right order, 791 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A thing is said to act in a threefold 792 1, 48 | good. In another sense a thing ~is said to act effectively, 793 1, 48 | 2: Further, "being" and "thing" are convertible. If therefore 794 1, 48 | it follows that evil is a thing, which is contrary ~to what 795 1, 48 | namely, in the fact that a thing fails ~in goodness. Hence 796 1, 48 | signifying the entity of a thing, ~as divisible by the ten " 797 1, 48 | it is ~convertible with thing, and thus no privation is 798 1, 48 | that ~evil was a positive thing in itself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 799 1, 48 | that the form which makes a thing actual is a perfection and 800 1, 48 | property of any existing thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 801 1, 48 | this aptitude is a finite ~thing, still it may be so diminished 802 1, 48 | says (Enchiridion 12), a thing is evil "because it ~hurts." 803 1, 48 | form and integrity of ~a thing; the second act is its operation. 804 1, 48 | for the integrity of the thing, as blindness is an evil, 805 1, 48 | form and ~integrity of the thing, has the nature of a pain; 806 1, 49 | is natural and due to a thing. ~But that anything fail 807 1, 49 | disposition. For a heavy ~thing is not moved upwards except 808 1, 49 | hand, evil is caused in a thing, but not in the ~proper 809 1, 49 | impeded by some exterior thing; and ~this amounts to some 810 1, 49 | account, if they found a thing ~hurtful to something by 811 1, 49 | the very nature of that thing was evil; as, for instance, 812 1, 49 | order to any particular thing, but rather upon what it 813 1, 49 | proportion to the nature of a ~thing. And as the form is a perfection, 814 1, 49 | from ~that term. Hence a thing is not said to be evil and 815 1, 50 | otherwise one and the same thing would be corporeal and ~ 816 1, 50 | species and nature. For a thing is understood according 817 1, 50 | material things there is ~one thing which determines to a special 818 1, 50 | is the form; and ~another thing which is determined, and 819 1, 50 | separate determinator and thing ~determined; each thing 820 1, 50 | thing ~determined; each thing by its own self holds a 821 1, 50 | OBJ 2: Further, the more a thing approaches to unity, so 822 1, 50 | Further, the more perfect a thing is in nature, the more ought 823 1, 50 | species there is no such thing as ~"first" and "second" [ 824 1, 50 | but what belongs to a thing, considered in relation 825 1, 50 | actual, the ~operation of a thing indicates its mode of being. 826 1, 50 | is a kind of ~necessary thing which has a cause of its 827 1, 50 | God as its cause. For a thing is said to be corruptible 828 1, 51 | while refusing to say such a thing of God, followed the above ~ 829 1, 51 | them as the movers in the thing moved, because the ~heavenly 830 1, 52 | virtually contains the thing with which it comes into 831 1, 52 | is corporeal, not as the thing contained, but as somehow 832 1, 52 | but to one ~determined thing. For whatever is compared 833 1, 52 | therewith as one determined thing. Consequently since all 834 1, 52 | being ~is compared as one thing to God's universal power, 835 1, 52 | immediately of one and the same thing. This is evident in every 836 1, 52 | one proximate form of one thing, and there is one ~proximate 837 1, 53 | contrary, It is the same thing for a beatified angel to 838 1, 53 | it might be said ~that a thing is moved where it is in 839 1, 53 | wheres," ~regarding the same thing, would be called movement: 840 1, 53 | whichever ~of those "wheres" the thing might be, it could be said 841 1, 53 | it is necessary for the thing moved to be not totally 842 1, 53 | middle is that into which a thing ~which is continually moved 843 1, 54 | between the intellect and the thing understood, ~is one with 844 1, 54 | one; just as an abstract thing that subsists. ~Consequently 845 1, 54 | from the agent into the ~thing done. But the second action 846 1, 54 | nor in any other created thing, the same as ~his existence. 847 1, 54 | Metaph. xii) says the same thing, namely, that the ~separated 848 1, 55 | is the similitude of the thing known; ~but they denote 849 1, 55 | the sense, but because one thing is made ~from both as from 850 1, 55 | in act ~is said to be the thing understood in act, not that 851 1, 55 | it is precisely the same thing to say ~"in things which 852 1, 55 | the intellect is the same thing as ~the object understood," 853 1, 55 | intellect in act is the thing ~understood in act"; for 854 1, 55 | understood in act"; for a thing is actually understood, 855 1, 55 | But the likeness of the thing existing in another ~is 856 1, 55 | likeness is the cause ~of the thing; or else by way of an image, 857 1, 55 | that it is caused by such ~thing. All knowledge, then, of 858 1, 55 | knowledge is contained in ~one thing, that is to say, in the 859 1, 55 | way, on the part of the thing known, namely, that only 860 1, 55 | universal ~nature of the thing is known. To know a thing 861 1, 55 | thing is known. To know a thing thus is something less ~ 862 1, 55 | is more perfect to know a thing in the ~universal; for the 863 1, 55 | the proper type of each thing contained therein: hence 864 1, 56 | from the agent, as the ~thing heated is from what gave 865 1, 56 | so ~is the species of the thing seen the formal principle 866 1, 56 | be borne in mind that a thing is ~known in three ways: 867 1, 56 | that ~knowledge whereby a thing is seen through the species 868 1, 57 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The thing understood is the perfection 869 1, 57 | the intellect is "what a thing is," regarding ~which it 870 1, 57 | of man and angels, as the thing understood is in him who ~ 871 1, 57 | this way, that the higher a thing is, so much the ~more is 872 1, 57 | entire substance of the thing, as to both ~its matter 873 1, 57 | knowledge is the cause of a thing, as was shown above (Q[14], 874 1, 57 | material conditions the thing abstracted becomes a universal. 875 1, 57 | material things, as one thing resembles another by agreement ~ 876 1, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, as a thing is spoken of as distant 877 1, 58 | Further, since desire is of a thing not possessed but possible 878 1, 58 | going and returning from one thing to another, but we shall 879 1, 58 | speak, to ~understand one thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 880 1, 58 | the mind comes from one thing being known ~through another. 881 1, 58 | But the angels know one thing through another; for they ~ 882 1, 58 | they advance from one known thing to another. But, if from 883 1, 58 | unknown. But if in the thing perceived something else 884 1, 58 | simply the nature of ~a thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 885 1, 58 | by understanding what a thing is. Now the ~intellect is 886 1, 58 | always true as regards what a thing is, just as the sense ~regarding 887 1, 58 | understand the ~essence of a thing by some kind of composition, 888 1, 58 | take the definition of one thing for another, or when the 889 1, 58 | get at the ~quiddity of a thing by a composing and dividing 890 1, 58 | knowledge of the) ~essence of a thing they know everything that 891 1, 58 | evident that the quiddity of a thing can be a source of ~knowledge 892 1, 58 | everything belonging to such thing, or excluded ~from it; but 893 1, 58 | understanding of what a thing is, is ~always true, save 894 1, 58 | of the very being of the thing created, as it stands in 895 1, 58 | light in comparison with one thing, and darkness with respect 896 1, 58 | refer to the aspect of the thing known in so far as it ~is 897 1, 58 | according to the unit of the thing understood; which, nevertheless, ~ 898 1, 58 | morning knowledge. For ~that a thing be known in itself, is not 899 1, 58 | inconsistency in knowing a thing ~through two mediums, one 900 1, 58 | conclusion. In like manner a thing can be known by the ~angel 901 1, 59 | process of discursion from one thing to another. Nevertheless ~ 902 1, 59 | the nature or essence of a thing is ~completely comprised 903 1, 59 | the nature of ~any created thing. Accordingly, neither the 904 1, 59 | creature, can be the same thing as its essence.~Aquin.: 905 1, 59 | can the will be the same thing as the intellect ~of angel 906 1, 59 | judge this or the other thing to be good. Consequently, ~ 907 1, 59 | Yet the perfection of a thing does not ~come from everything 908 1, 60 | desiring, for him to seek one thing naturally as his end, ~and 909 1, 60 | to the ~end. But the same thing, with regard to the same, 910 1, 60 | clear from Ethic. i, 6, a thing ~may be loved in two ways; 911 1, 60 | Now what is one with a thing, is that thing itself: consequently ~ 912 1, 60 | one with a thing, is that thing itself: consequently ~every 913 1, 60 | itself: consequently ~every thing loves what is one with itself. 914 1, 60 | communicate its form to ~another thing, wherein consists this other 915 1, 60 | wherein consists this other thing's good; as it is ~naturally 916 1, 60 | That on account of which a thing is such, is yet more ~so." 917 1, 60 | his own sake: ~because one thing loves another as good for 918 1, 60 | because ~"according as a thing is moved naturally, it has 919 1, 60 | universal good of all, every thing ~naturally loves God more 920 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A thing is "difficult" which is 921 1, 62 | to fly. In another way a ~thing may be beyond the power, 922 1, 62 | beatitude are one and the same thing in Him. Beatitude, ~however, 923 1, 62 | efficaciously. The same thing happens in ~men, since greater 924 1, 62 | hinders us from knowing ~a thing through various mediums, 925 1, 62 | through various mediums, as a thing may be known at the one 926 1, 62 | His own goodness. The same thing happens ~to the angels, 927 1, 62 | be some one ~determined thing to which every rational 928 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A thing can be termed useful in 929 1, 63 | Further, what is natural to a thing is always in it. But it 930 1, 63 | but not on the part of the thing chosen; as if one were to ~ 931 1, 63 | nature. But a corporeal thing begins to have its operation 932 1, 63 | free-will. For ~although a thing can begin to act in the 933 1, 64 | man's will adheres to a thing ~movably, and with the power 934 1, 64 | 3: Further, it is a good thing to be sorry for evil. But 935 1, 64 | and sorrow about the same thing are opposites, but not ~ 936 1, 64 | from being ~sorry for one thing, and joyful for another; 937 1, 64 | even in one and the same thing, there can be something 938 1, 65 | and other things. Now a thing is called evil, in so far 939 1, 65 | different things some one thing ~common to all is found, 940 1, 65 | things receive ~that one thing from some one cause, as 941 1, 65 | to themselves the same ~thing may be evil in some respects, 942 1, 65 | effect. But every corporeal thing is finite. Therefore, it 943 1, 65 | more widely, then, one ~thing underlies others, the more 944 1, 65 | more directly does that thing proceed from a ~higher cause. 945 1, 65 | higher cause. Thus the thing that underlies primarily 946 1, 65 | there is presupposed in the thing ~produced something that 947 1, 65 | is the ~production of a thing in its entire substance, 948 1, 65 | measured not only by ~the thing made, but also by the manner 949 1, 65 | it; for one and the same ~thing is made in one way by a 950 1, 65 | forms: for, according to a ~thing's mode of being, is the 951 1, 65 | words, "God ~said, Let this thing be," or "that," to denote 952 1, 66 | matter was some ~corporeal thing in act, as fire, air, water, 953 1, 66 | and made ~some particular thing to be, it would result that 954 1, 66 | therefore, produce a perfect thing in an ~instant, according 955 1, 66 | and act. But every such thing is something actually ~understood, 956 1, 66 | is a soul or any other thing. Hence this form perfects 957 1, 67 | the intellect is what ~a thing is, as is said De Anima 958 1, 67 | substantial form of one thing should be the accidental 959 1, 67 | every kind. For the living thing is generated before ~the 960 1, 72 | Since the generation of one thing is the corruption of ~another, 961 1, 73 | merely superfluous, for a thing is called perfect ~to which 962 1, 73 | Lord hath created a new ~thing upon the earth." Miracles 963 1, 73 | that, The perfection of a thing is twofold, the first ~perfection 964 1, 73 | that ~according to which a thing is substantially perfect, 965 1, 73 | created" or "made" ~this thing or the other cannot be explained 966 1, 73 | holy for that some ~good thing has happened in it, or some 967 1, 75 | a body to an incorporeal thing. If, ~therefore, the soul 968 1, 75 | life, or to be a living thing, as the heart is a ~principle 969 1, 75 | life, or to ~be a living thing, does not belong to a body 970 1, 75 | every body would be a living thing, or a principle of life. 971 1, 75 | competent to be a living thing or even a principle of ~ 972 1, 75 | gives what it has to the thing ~moved, inasmuch as it causes 973 1, 75 | OBJ 2: The likeness of a thing known is not of necessity 974 1, 75 | the knower; but given a thing which knows potentially, ~ 975 1, 75 | actually, the likeness of the thing known must be in ~the nature 976 1, 75 | touched by an incorporeal thing, which moves that ~body.~ 977 1, 75 | said to be "this particular thing." Now "this ~particular 978 1, 75 | Now "this ~particular thing" is said not of the soul, 979 1, 75 | OBJ 1: "This particular thing" can be taken in two senses. ~ 980 1, 75 | called "this particular ~thing" in the first sense, but 981 1, 75 | called "this particular ~thing," in the first sense, as 982 1, 75 | to ~be "this particular thing."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 983 1, 75 | exists "per se." But for a thing to exist "per se," ~it suffices 984 1, 75 | sensible corrupts sense; a thing that never ~occurs in the 985 1, 75 | the operations proper to a thing, is ~that thing; wherefore 986 1, 75 | proper to a thing, is ~that thing; wherefore that which performs 987 1, 75 | Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 8), a thing seems ~to be chiefly what 988 1, 75 | of the recipient. ~Now a thing is known in as far as its 989 1, 75 | intellectual soul knows a thing in its nature absolutely: 990 1, 75 | the intelligence is one thing and the potentiality of 991 1, 75 | itself ~is that by which a thing is.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 992 1, 75 | is incorruptible. For a thing may be corrupted in two ~ 993 1, 75 | corruption belong to a ~thing, just as existence belongs 994 1, 75 | that what belongs to a ~thing by virtue of itself is inseparable 995 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As a thing can be created by reason, 996 1, 75 | nothing, so when we say that a thing can be ~reduced to nothing, 997 1, 75 | sustain ~existence. But a thing is said to be corruptible 998 1, 75 | species as an angel. ~For each thing is ordained to its proper 999 1, 76 | receiver. But the form of the thing ~understood is not received 1000 1, 76 | form is that by which a thing exists: so that ~the very


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