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1 1, 6 | as appears from what is stated ~above (Q[3], A[6]); and 2 1, 13 | causality, and of negation as ~stated above (Q[12], A[12]). Thus 3 1, 13 | signify the divine nature as ~stated above (A[8]), and since 4 1, 14 | degree of immateriality as stated above (Q[7], A[1]), it ~ 5 1, 14 | movement or passion, as stated in De ~Anima iii. For to 6 1, 14 | things by His knowledge, as stated above (A[8]), His knowledge 7 1, 14 | divine ~knowledge, as already stated, but not absolutely as considered 8 1, 16 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As stated before, truth resides, in 9 1, 16 | properly in the intellect, as stated (A[1]); but being ~is properly 10 1, 17 | the ~divine intellect, as stated above (Q[16]). But everything, 11 1, 17 | might be called ~false, as stated in Metaph. v, 34.~Aquin.: 12 1, 17 | tragedian is a false Hector," as stated in Soliloq. ii, 6. As, ~ 13 1, 17 | not ~exist as known, as stated above (A[2]).~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 17 | negation in a subject," as stated in ~Metaph. iv, 4: v. 27; 15 1, 18 | themselves, as previously stated ~(A[2]). But movement does 16 1, 18 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: As stated in Metaph. ix, 16, action 17 1, 18 | say, of what is in act as stated in De ~Anima iii, 28. In 18 1, 18 | to understand, as before stated (A[3]). ~In God intellect, 19 1, 19 | appetible the ~appetite, as stated in De Anima iii, 54. If, 20 1, 19 | and above His nature as ~stated in Metaph. v, 6. Therefore 21 1, 20 | the particular reason, as stated in De Anima ~iii, 58,75, 22 1, 21 | attributed to God; since, as stated above (Q[20], A[1]~), in 23 1, 23 | that ~predestination, as stated above (A[1]), is a part 24 1, 23 | wish well to anyone, as stated above (Q[20], AA[2],3): - 25 1, 23 | He ~reprobates some, as stated above (A[3]). Election and 26 1, 23 | reason of another; as already stated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 27 1, 23 | includes the divine will as stated ~above (A[4]): and the fact 28 1, 23 | through ~prayer. This is stated to have the opinion of the 29 1, 24 | the divine election, as stated above (A[1]~). Therefore 30 1, 24 | knowledge of predestination, as ~stated above (A[1]). But predestination 31 1, 24 | that, The book of life, as stated above (A[1]), implies a ~ 32 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]), active power 33 1, 26 | answer that, Beatitude, as stated above (A[1]), is the perfect 34 1, 28 | regard to things, as ~above stated. Therefore in God there 35 1, 29 | rational nature," as above stated. Therefore ~"person" signifies 36 1, 29 | by relation of origin, as stated above ~(Q[28], AA[2],3), 37 1, 30 | relative ~properties as stated above (A[1]). But there 38 1, 30 | four relations in God as ~stated above (Q[28], A[4]), paternity, 39 1, 30 | they add negation only, as stated (Sent. i, D, 24); ~in which 40 1, 31 | distinction," as above stated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 41 1, 31 | against what is above ~stated (A[2]). A syncategorematical 42 1, 32 | divine things, as above stated, by abstract names, to express 43 1, 32 | or relations are real, as stated ~above (Q[28], A[1]). Therefore 44 1, 32 | Person implies dignity, as stated above (Q[19], A[3]~) we 45 1, 33 | not the same thing, as stated above (Q[13], A[8]).~Aquin.: 46 1, 33 | properly applied to God, as stated above (Q[13], A[11]). Therefore 47 1, 33 | has no special name, as stated above (Q[27], ~A[4], ad 48 1, 34 | signification or the imagination, as stated in De Anima ii, text 90. 49 1, 34 | of God essentially, ~as stated above (Q[14], AA[2],4). 50 1, 36 | proper name of its own, as stated above (Q[27]~, A[4], ad 51 1, 37 | procession" and "spiration," as stated ~above (Q[27], A[4], ad 52 1, 37 | remain in the agents, as stated above (Q[14], A[4]), yet 53 1, 38 | in the idea of person, as stated above (Q[34], A[3]).~Aquin.: 54 1, 38 | Ghost proceeds as love, as stated above (Q[27], A[4]; Q[37], 55 1, 39 | other. For person, as above stated (Q[29], A[4]), signifies ~ 56 1, 39 | nevertheless we ~find it so stated as regards the meaning; 57 1, 39 | signification as ~above stated (A[4]). Now although "God" 58 1, 39 | belongs to the intellect, as stated above (Q[16], A[1]), it 59 1, 40 | our way of speaking, as stated above ~(Q[32], A[2]). We 60 1, 41 | whereas the ~contrary is stated (1 Jn. 5:20): "That we may 61 1, 41 | persons ~were not made, as stated above (A[3]). Therefore 62 1, 41 | intellect and will, as stated above (Q[25], A[1]). Therefore, 63 1, 42 | gives to the effect, as stated above (Q[41], A[2]), so 64 1, 42 | however, is ~not changed, as stated above (Q[27], A[2]). Hence 65 1, 42 | exists in God as we ~have stated (Q[33], A[1]): so there 66 1, 43 | are only five notions, as stated above ~(Q[32], A[3]). Therefore 67 1, 43 | Gift, since ~He is Love, as stated above (Q[38], A[1]), some 68 1, 43 | I answer that, As above stated (AA[3],4,5), mission in 69 1, 44 | ignited is reduced to fire, as stated above ~(A[1]). But whatever 70 1, 45 | attributes. For, as above stated ~(Q[39], A[8], ad 3), to 71 1, 45 | creatures, as was above ~stated (Q[32], A[1]). Therefore 72 1, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: As is stated (Phys. iv, text 99), "before" 73 1, 46 | newness of ~the world is stated. Therefore the newness of 74 1, 46 | earth." ~For four things are stated to be created together - 75 1, 51 | an angel as to a form, as stated (A[1]); while in so far 76 1, 51 | angels have no life, as was ~stated in the previous article ( 77 1, 51 | always in the east," as stated in Phys. viii, text 84.~ 78 1, 54 | of many remembrances, as ~stated in Metaph. i, 1. Consequently 79 1, 55 | the sensible in act, as stated in De ~Anima ii, text. 53, 80 1, 56 | intelligible object: ~because, as stated in De Anima iii, 4 understanding 81 1, 56 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is stated in De Causis that "every 82 1, 57 | to which the angels are stated to be the movers of ~the 83 1, 57 | species, has been already stated above (Q[55], A[3], ad 3).~ 84 1, 57 | future things, as has been stated. Consequently there ~is 85 1, 57 | be like the angels, as is stated ~(Mt. 22:30). Therefore 86 1, 57 | mysteries of grace. For it is stated ~(Coel. Hier. vii) that " 87 1, 58 | is in ~potentiality, as stated in Phys. iii, 6. But the 88 1, 58 | the book De Causis it is stated that "an intelligence ~understands 89 1, 58 | are termed movements, as stated in De Anima ~iii, text. 90 1, 58 | whole is considered, as is stated in De Anima iii, text. 23. ~ 91 1, 58 | that, As has often been stated (A[1]; Q[55], A[1]), the 92 1, 58 | simple quiddities, ~as is stated in Metaph. ix, text. 22; 93 1, 58 | because, as has been already stated (Q[55], A[2]), the angels 94 1, 59 | act of a perfect agent, as stated in De Anima ~iii, text. 95 1, 59 | a kind of inquiry," as stated in Ethic. iii, 3. But ~the 96 1, 60 | from intellectual love, ~as stated by Dionysius (Div. Nom. 97 1, 60 | which lies in inquiry, as stated in Ethic. iii, 3. Now rational 98 1, 60 | knowledge, as has been already stated ~(A[1]; Q[16], A[1]). Consequently, 99 1, 60 | the will. Because, as was stated already (Q[59], A[2]), the ~ 100 1, 60 | loves himself. For, as was stated (A[4]), natural love rests ~ 101 1, 60 | aptitude to be ~thus moved," as stated in Phys. ii, text. 78. For 102 1, 62 | in beatitude. For it ~is stated (De Eccl. Dogm. xxix) that " 103 1, 62 | 1~On the contrary, It is stated (Apoc. 21:17) that the " 104 1, 63 | for, as has been already stated, ~they have no occasion 105 1, 63 | Dei xi, 15), when it is stated ~that "the devil sins from 106 1, 63 | highest of all. For it is stated (Ezech. 28:14): "Thou wast 107 1, 64 | injure men. Hence it is stated, "They [Vulg. 'He'] besought 108 1, 65 | to wisdom to ~ordain," as stated in the beginning of the 109 1, 65 | ways in which this has been stated. For Plato held that the 110 1, 66 | reasonable to ~hold to what we stated above; because by the words " 111 1, 66 | the separate substance stated to be endowed with motive 112 1, 66 | bodies are ~distinguished, as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 113 1, 67 | first day. For light, as stated above (A[3]), is a ~quality. 114 1, 67 | the first ~body, as was stated (A[3]), and thus by means 115 1, 68 | 2/2~Or by the water, as stated, we may understand the matter 116 1, 70 | the earth. But it has been stated above (Q[69], A[1]), that 117 1, 70 | which Moses follows, as stated above (De Coel. ~ii, text. 118 1, 76 | or corrupted simply; and stated that ~"every becoming is 119 1, 76 | species, as in numbers, as stated in Metaph. viii ~(Did. vii, 120 1, 76 | well endowed in mind," as ~stated in De Anima ii, 9.~Aquin.: 121 1, 37 | procession" and "spiration," as stated ~above (Q[27], A[4], ad 122 1, 37 | remain in the agents, as stated above (Q[14], A[4]), yet 123 1, 38 | in the idea of person, as stated above (Q[34], A[3]).~Aquin.: 124 1, 38 | Ghost proceeds as love, as stated above (Q[27], A[4]; Q[37], 125 1, 39 | other. For person, as above stated (Q[29], A[4]), signifies ~ 126 1, 39 | nevertheless we ~find it so stated as regards the meaning; 127 1, 39 | signification as ~above stated (A[4]). Now although "God" 128 1, 39 | belongs to the intellect, as stated above (Q[16], A[1]), it 129 1, 40 | our way of speaking, as stated above ~(Q[32], A[2]). We 130 1, 41 | whereas the ~contrary is stated (1 Jn. 5:20): "That we may 131 1, 41 | persons ~were not made, as stated above (A[3]). Therefore 132 1, 41 | intellect and will, as stated above (Q[25], A[1]). Therefore, 133 1, 42 | gives to the effect, as stated above ~(Q[41], A[2]), so 134 1, 42 | however, is ~not changed, as stated above (Q[27], A[2]). Hence 135 1, 42 | exists in God as we ~have stated (Q[33], A[1]): so there 136 1, 43 | are only five notions, as stated above ~(Q[32], A[3]). Therefore 137 1, 43 | Gift, since ~He is Love, as stated above (Q[38], A[1]), some 138 1, 43 | I answer that, As above stated (AA[3],4,5), mission in 139 1, 45 | ignited is reduced to fire, as stated above ~(A[1]). But whatever 140 1, 46 | attributes. For, as above stated ~(Q[39], A[8], ad 3), to 141 1, 46 | creatures, as was above ~stated (Q[32], A[1]). Therefore 142 1, 47 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: As is stated (Phys. iv, text 99), "before" 143 1, 47 | newness of the world is stated. Therefore the newness of 144 1, 47 | earth." ~For four things are stated to be created together - 145 1, 52 | an angel as to a form, as stated (A[1]); while in so far 146 1, 52 | angels have no life, as was ~stated in the previous article ( 147 1, 52 | always in the east," as stated in Phys. viii, text 84.~ 148 1, 55 | of many remembrances, as ~stated in Metaph. i, 1. Consequently 149 1, 56 | the sensible in act, as stated in De ~Anima ii, text. 53, 150 1, 57 | intelligible object: ~because, as stated in De Anima iii, 4 understanding 151 1, 57 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is stated in De Causis that "every 152 1, 58 | to which the angels are stated to be the movers of ~the 153 1, 58 | species, has been already stated above (Q[55], A[3], ad 3).~ 154 1, 58 | future things, as has been stated. Consequently there ~is 155 1, 58 | be like the angels, as is stated ~(Mt. 22:30). Therefore 156 1, 58 | mysteries of grace. For it is stated ~(Coel. Hier. vii) that " 157 1, 59 | is in ~potentiality, as stated in Phys. iii, 6. But the 158 1, 59 | the book De Causis it is stated that "an intelligence ~understands 159 1, 59 | are termed movements, as stated in De Anima ~iii, text. 160 1, 59 | whole is considered, as is stated in De Anima iii, text. 23. ~ 161 1, 59 | that, As has often been stated (A[1]; Q[55], A[1]), the 162 1, 59 | simple quiddities, ~as is stated in Metaph. ix, text. 22; 163 1, 59 | because, as has been already stated (Q[55], A[2]), the angels 164 1, 60 | act of a perfect agent, as stated in De Anima ~iii, text. 165 1, 60 | a kind of inquiry," as stated in Ethic. iii, 3. But ~the 166 1, 61 | from intellectual love, ~as stated by Dionysius (Div. Nom. 167 1, 61 | which lies in inquiry, as stated in Ethic. iii, 3. Now rational 168 1, 61 | knowledge, as has been already stated ~(A[1]; Q[16], A[1]). Consequently, 169 1, 61 | the will. Because, as was stated already (Q[59], A[2]), the ~ 170 1, 61 | loves himself. For, as was stated (A[4]), natural love rests ~ 171 1, 61 | aptitude to be ~thus moved," as stated in Phys. ii, text. 78. For 172 1, 63 | in beatitude. For it ~is stated (De Eccl. Dogm. xxix) that " 173 1, 63 | 1~On the contrary, It is stated (Apoc. 21:17) that the " 174 1, 64 | for, as has been already stated, ~they have no occasion 175 1, 64 | Dei xi, 15), when it is stated ~that "the devil sins from 176 1, 64 | highest of all. For it is stated (Ezech. 28:14): "Thou wast 177 1, 65 | injure men. Hence it is stated, "They [Vulg. 'He'] besought 178 1, 66 | to wisdom to ~ordain," as stated in the beginning of the 179 1, 66 | ways in which this has been stated. For Plato held that the 180 1, 67 | reasonable to ~hold to what we stated above; because by the words " 181 1, 67 | the separate substance stated to be endowed with motive 182 1, 67 | bodies are ~distinguished, as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 183 1, 68 | first day. For light, as stated above (A[3]), is a ~quality. 184 1, 68 | the first ~body, as was stated (A[3]), and thus by means 185 1, 69 | 2/2~Or by the water, as stated, we may understand the matter 186 1, 71 | the earth. But it has been stated above (Q[69], A[1]), that 187 1, 71 | which Moses follows, as stated above (De Coel. ~ii, text. 188 1, 75 | or corrupted simply; and stated that ~"every becoming is 189 1, 75 | species, as in numbers, as stated in Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 190 1, 75 | well endowed in mind," as ~stated in De Anima ii, 9.~Aquin.: 191 1, 77 | bodies are affected," as stated in Phys. vii, 2.~Aquin.: 192 1, 78 | the ~intellect. For it is stated in De Spiritu et Anima that " 193 1, 84 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As stated above (Q[84], A[7]), the 194 1, 84 | participating things abstract, as stated above (Q[84]~, A[1]).~Aquin.: 195 1, 84 | those things which we have ~stated to be abstracted by the 196 1, 84 | the phantasms, as ~above stated (Q[84], A[7]). And since 197 1, 84 | that is "indivisible," as stated in Metaph. x, Did. ~ix, 198 1, 85 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as stated in Phys. iv, 12, "what sometimes 199 1, 85 | them by reflection only, as stated above (A[1]). But the principles 200 1, 85 | we are awake, because, as stated in De Somn. et ~Vigil. ii [* 201 1, 86 | being the act of a body as stated above (Q[76], A[1]). ~Therefore 202 1, 86 | proportionate to form, as is stated Phys. i, 7. Consequently ~ 203 1, 86 | proper natural object, as stated above (Q[84], A[7]), it 204 1, 86 | of ~all things as above stated (Q[84], A[5]). Hence Augustine 205 1, 86 | other substances, as already stated ~(Reply OBJ 2).~Aquin.: 206 1, 86 | of a material thing as stated above (Q[84], A[7]), but 207 1, 86 | to the common sense, as stated De Anima iii, 2. Therefore 208 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2) a thing 209 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (Q[59], A[1]), the 210 1, 87 | influence from its object, as is stated De Anima iii, 4. ~Therefore 211 1, 87 | receptively; ~because, as is stated (De Anima iii, 5), the passive 212 1, 87 | because God is in no genus, as stated above (Q[3], A[5]). Hence 213 1, 87 | first truth upon ~it, as stated above (Q[12], A[2]). Hence, 214 1, 88 | 1/1 ~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]), the separated 215 1, 88 | through certain species, as stated above ~(Q[87], A[1]). So 216 1, 88 | but only indirectly, as stated above (Q[86], A[1]). The 217 1, 88 | incorruptible ~faculty, as above stated (Q[79], A[2], ad 2). Neither 218 1, 88 | the separated ~soul, as stated above (A[5]), and since 219 1, 89 | first ~principle, as is stated De Anima i, 2, it followed 220 1, 89 | produce its like," as is ~stated Metaph. v. But spiritual 221 1, 90 | of ~corporeal matter, as stated above (A[1]). Therefore 222 1, 92 | are not three powers as stated in the ~Sentences.~Aquin.: 223 1, 92 | Divine Persons, as above ~stated (AA[6],7), are distinguished 224 1, 92 | seen. In this sense it is stated (QQ. 83, qu. 51) that ~" 225 1, 93 | acquired by experience, as stated ~in Metaph. i, 1; and the 226 1, 93 | future contingent events, as stated above (A[3]). So if ~anyone 227 1, 94 | what he ought to desire, as stated in Ethic. iii, 11.~~Aquin.: 228 1, 94 | the state of innocence, as stated above ~(A[2]). Therefore 229 1, 95 | I answer that, As above stated (Q[95], A[1]) for his disobedience 230 1, 95 | disposal of himself, ~as is stated in the beginning of the 231 1, 97 | state of ~innocence. For, as stated in Phys. v, 5, "corruption 232 1, 100 | I answer that, As above stated (Q[99], A[1]), as regards 233 1, 100 | I answer that, As above stated (Q[84], A[7]), the use of 234 1, 101 | life-preserving power as above stated (Q[97]~, A[4]). Yet it had 235 1, 101 | I answer that, As above stated (Q[97], A[1]), Man was incorruptible 236 1, 102 | ordered to the general, as stated in Metaph. xii, Did. xi, 237 1, 102 | taken from Providence as stated above (Q[13], A[8]). Therefore ~ 238 1, 103 | to ~be preserved thus, as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 239 1, 103 | the same action, as above stated ~(A[1], ad 4). But God created 240 1, 103 | only by ~moving, as above stated (Q[45], A[3]). Therefore 241 1, 103 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]), a thing keeps 242 1, 104 | follows from what is above stated (A[1]). For every movement ~ 243 1, 104 | into external matter; as stated in ~Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 244 1, 104 | power of intelligence, as stated above (A[3]), so is the 245 1, 104 | within itself, as we have stated (ad 2), it does not ~thereby 246 1, 107 | distinguished by their offices, as stated above (A[2]), several angels 247 1, 107 | eminent manner, as we have stated (Q[13], A[2]) ~concerning 248 1, 107 | demons; but some erroneously stated that the demons are ~nothing 249 1, 108 | cleansing and perfecting, ~as stated above (Q[106], A[1]). But 250 1, 109 | forms of natural bodies, as stated above (A[2]). ~Therefore 251 1, 110 | enlightenment as we have stated (Q[106], A[1]; Q[107], ~ 252 1, 110 | imagination in the way above stated; so that he ~shows man what 253 1, 111 | For, as we have ~already stated (Q[43], A[1]), in treating 254 1, 111 | clear from what was ~above stated (Q[110], A[1]), that the 255 1, 111 | that of the Seraphim, ~as stated above (Q[108], A[6]). But 256 1, 111 | angels ~are unequal, as stated above (Q[50], A[4]), each 257 1, 111 | I answer that, As above stated (A[1]), to be sent to external 258 1, 112 | of the angels, as above stated (Q[111], A[1]).~Aquin.: 259 1, 112 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: As above stated (Q[112], A[3], ad 4), all 260 1, 112 | I answer that, As above stated (A[2]), man is guarded in 261 1, 112 | rather than involuntary, as stated in the same passage. Therefore ~ 262 1, 113 | change the will, yet, as stated ~above (Q[111], A[3]), he 263 1, 114 | corporeal form from ~action, as stated above; but from being a 264 1, 114 | spiritual ~substances, as stated above (Q[110], A[3]), they 265 1, 114 | themselves act on ~bodies, as stated above (A[3]). They can act 266 1, 114 | cannot compel the will, as stated above (Q[111], A[2]).~Aquin.: 267 1, 114 | of the natural forces, as stated above (Q[114], ~A[4], ad 268 1, 114 | of a ~heavenly body, as stated above.~ 269 1, 115 | below, is God alone, ~as stated above (A[1]). Therefore 270 1, 115 | clear from what has been stated above (Q[22], A[3]; ~Q[103], 271 1, 115 | is truly unchangeable, as stated above (Q[9], ~A[2]). Therefore 272 1, 115 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[2]), fate is the 273 1, 115 | with everything else, as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 274 1, 115 | also to fate, as already ~stated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 275 1, 115 | not subject to fate, as stated above.~ 276 1, 116 | intellect in common, as stated above (Q[76], A[2]). From 277 1, 116 | his opinion is false, as stated above (Q[76], A[2]).~Aquin.: 278 1, 116 | participation of separate forms, as stated above (Q[84], AA[3],4); 279 1, 116 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As stated above, the teacher only 280 1, 116 | the inferior angels, as ~stated above (Q[116], A[1]; Q[112], 281 1, 116 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (Q[110], A[2]), corporeal 282 1, 116 | the ~angels also we have stated (Q[110], A[2]) that they 283 1, 116 | reason in a certain way, as stated ~above (Q[81], A[3]), it 284 1, 116 | the body united to it, as stated above (ad ~2).~Aquin.: SMT 285 1, 116 | as to local ~motion, as stated above (Q[110], A[5]). But 286 1, 117 | production of the species as stated above (Q[115], A[3], ad ~ 287 1, 117 | the nutritive power, as stated (De Anima ii, 4).~Aquin.: 288 1, 117 | body. These, therefore, stated that the souls of men were 289 1, 117 | turning to ~phantasms, as stated above (Q[84], AA[6],7; Q[ 290 1, 118 | nature; we take food, they ~stated, in order to help nature 291 1, 118 | soul of the ~begetter, as stated above (Q[118], A[1]). Hence 292 1, 118 | some way on what has been stated ~above (A[1]; Q[118], A[ 293 1, 118 | produce the whole body, as stated above (A[1]; Q[108], A[1]~). 294 2, 1 | last end of human life is stated to be ~happiness, we must 295 2, 1 | it would not be human, as stated above. Now an action is 296 2, 1 | the principal agent, as stated above (FP, Q[22], A[2], 297 2, 1 | himself. Now it has been stated above (A[1]) that acts are ~ 298 2, 1 | pertains to the will, as stated above (A[1], ad 1). And 299 2, 1 | Now it is accidental to a stated quantity or ~number, as 300 2, 1 | species from the end, as stated above (A[3]), they must 301 2, 1 | of a ~first principle, as stated above. Now as the last end 302 2, 1 | the last end consists, as stated above (A[5]). But as to 303 2, 1 | which tends to one thing, as stated above ~(A[5]).~Aquin.: SMT 304 2, 2 | which honor results, as stated above. ~Wherefore man seeks 305 2, 2 | diffusive of itself, as stated by Dionysius ~(Div. Nom. 306 2, 2 | nature of principle, as ~is stated in Metaph. v, 12, whereas 307 2, 2 | satisfy of itself," as stated in ~Ethic. i, 7, having 308 2, 2 | and not conversely, as ~stated above (ad 1). Consequently 309 2, 2 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, As stated above (Q[1], A[8]), the 310 2, 2 | something outside his soul, as stated ~above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 311 2, 2 | the order of nature, as stated in FP, Q[111], A[1], it 312 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (Q[1], A[8]; Q[2], 313 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As stated in Metaph. ix, 7 action 314 2, 3 | rather of the patient, as is ~stated in the same passage. The 315 2, 3 | life is the last end, ~as stated above (A[2], ad 1). Therefore 316 2, 3 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, As stated above (Q[2], A[6]) two things 317 2, 3 | actions and passions, as stated ~in Ethic. x, 7,8.~Aquin.: 318 2, 3 | speculative ~sciences; because, as stated in Metaph. i, 1, "all men 319 2, 3 | little farther on (2), it is stated that speculative ~sciences 320 2, 3 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As stated above (A[2], ad 4), man' 321 2, 3 | be had in this life, as stated above (A[2], ad 4).~Aquin.: 322 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[6]), man's perfect 323 2, 3 | But this is erroneous, as stated in FP, Q[90], A[3]. ~Wherefore 324 2, 3 | enlightens as a minister, as stated ~in the FP, Q[111], A[2], 325 2, 3 | and causes inquiry, as is ~stated in the beginning of the 326 2, 3 | s happiness consists, as stated above (AA[1],7; Q[2], A[ 327 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As stated above (Q[1], A[8]), the 328 2, 3 | indeed of all things, as stated above (Q[1], A[8]). Secondly, 329 2, 4 | consists ~in seeing God, as stated above (Q[3], A[8]); it seems 330 2, 4 | rather does it perfect it, as stated in ~Ethic. x, 4: since what 331 2, 4 | intellect ~and will, as stated in the FP, QQ[79] and following. 332 2, 4 | results from love, as already ~stated (A[2], ad 3). And therefore 333 2, 4 | operation of the ~intellect, as stated above (Q[3], A[4]). But 334 2, 4 | Concomitantly, because as stated above (Q[3], A[8]), final ~ 335 2, 4 | a perfect operation, as stated above (Q[3], ~AA[2],5). 336 2, 4 | the intelligible truth, as stated in the FP, Q[84], A[7]. 337 2, 4 | means of phantasms, ~as stated in the FP, Q[12], A[3]. 338 2, 4 | subsists ~in its own being, as stated in the FP, Q[75], A[2]. 339 2, 4 | operation of virtue, as stated in Ethic. i, 13. For man 340 2, 4 | these goods of the body ~as stated in Ethic. x, 8.~Aquin.: 341 2, 5 | capable of seeing God, as stated in FP, ~Q[12], A[1]: in 342 2, 5 | in which vision, as we stated above (Q[3], A[8]) man's ~ 343 2, 5 | another natural way, as was stated in the FP, Q[84], A[7]~; 344 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (Q[1], A[8]; Q[2], 345 2, 5 | Happiness is an operation, as stated above ~(Q[3], A[2]), the 346 2, 5 | everlasting," which, as above stated (A[2]), is ~the Happiness 347 2, 5 | the true ~is its good, as stated in Ethic. vi, 2. Consequently 348 2, 5 | s perfect Happiness, as stated above (Q[3], A[8]), ~consists 349 2, 5 | acting on the lower, as stated in the FP, Q[109], ~A[2]: 350 2, 5 | operation of the intellect as ~stated above (Q[3], A[4]). But 351 2, 5 | the Divine Essence, as was stated in the FP, Q[106], A[1]: ~ 352 2, 5 | efficient cause thereof, as stated ~above (A[6]), can be required 353 2, 5 | Rectitude of the will, as stated above (Q[4], A[4]), is ~ 354 2, 5 | should not be thus; for as is stated in De Coel. ~ii, 12, "of 355 2, 5 | the Divine ~Essence, as stated above (Q[3], A[8]). But 356 2, 5 | in the ~perfect good, as stated above (AA[3],4). But since 357 2, 5 | necessity tends thereto, as stated above. Again it can ~be 358 2, 6 | is moved for an end, as stated above (Q[1], A[2]); those 359 2, 6 | nature of voluntariness, as stated above (ad 1), for such ~ 360 2, 6 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]), it is essential 361 2, 6 | irrational animals, ~as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 362 2, 6 | essential to the voluntary, as stated above ~(AA[1],2). But knowledge 363 2, 6 | be done to the will, as stated above (A[4]): wherefore ~ 364 2, 6 | said to be voluntary, as stated above (A[3]). And ignorance 365 2, 6 | to a certain extent, ~as stated above. The third, with that 366 2, 7 | and hence it is that, as stated in ~Metaph. x, 4, "the notion 367 2, 7 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: As stated above (ad 2), an accident 368 2, 7 | ignorance of circumstances, as ~stated above (Q[6], A[8]). Therefore 369 2, 7 | circumstances ~although, as stated above (A[1]), they are extrinsic 370 2, 7 | hen ois e ~praxis]" as stated in Ethic. iii, 1. For those 371 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (Q[1], A[1]), acts 372 2, 8 | is "in the reason," as is stated in De Anima iii, 9. ~Therefore 373 2, 9 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]), that which 374 2, 9 | moved by the intellect, as stated above ~(A[1]). If, therefore, 375 2, 9 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]), it belongs 376 2, 9 | will's object. Now, ~as stated above (Q[8], A[2]), the 377 2, 9 | moved by the object, as stated above (A[1]~). But the object 378 2, 9 | indeed, it moves itself, as stated above (A[3]), in so far ~ 379 2, 9 | impossible. For the "will," as ~stated in De Anima iii, 9, "is 380 2, 9 | 3~But since it has been stated (A[2]) that the intellectual 381 2, 9 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: As stated above (Cf. FP, Q[84], AA[ 382 2, 9 | alone, by creation, as was stated ~in the FP, Q[90], A[2]. 383 2, 9 | creature from ~without, as stated above (A[4]).~Aquin.: SMT 384 2, 10 | the voluntary agent, as stated ~at the beginning of Phys. 385 2, 10 | or the material form, as stated in ~Phys. ii, 1. In another 386 2, 10 | as mover to movable, as ~stated in De Anima iii, 10. But 387 2, 10 | to a universal object, as stated ~above (A[1], ad 3). But 388 2, 10 | it is in the reason, as stated in De Anima iii, 9. Therefore ~ 389 2, 10 | not move of ~necessity, as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 390 2, 10 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as stated in Ethic. iii, 5, "according 391 2, 10 | particular estimation, as stated in De ~Anima iii, 11. But 392 2, 10 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As stated above (Q[9], A[2]), the 393 2, 10 | it wills ~naturally, as stated above (A[2], ad 3). But " 394 2, 11 | contained in the ~common, as stated above (Q[9], A[1]). Hence 395 2, 11 | 2~I answer that, As was stated above (A[1]) to enjoy is 396 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]) the notion 397 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As stated above (Q[1], A[8]; Q[2], 398 2, 11 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as stated above (A[3]), enjoyment 399 2, 11 | but also in intention, as stated above.~ 400 2, 12 | end as the terminus, as stated ~above (A[1], ad 4). But 401 2, 12 | wills, viz. ~Happiness, as stated above (Q[1], A[7]). If, 402 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[1], ad 4), intention 403 2, 12 | only ~of the last end, as stated above (A[2]), but also of 404 2, 12 | two last ends: ~since, as stated above (Q[1], A[5]), one 405 2, 12 | ordained by the reason, as ~stated above (A[1], ad 3). Wherefore 406 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As stated in the FP, Q[12], A[10]; 407 2, 12 | perceives color and light, as stated above ~(Q[8], A[3], ad 2). 408 2, 12 | in irrational animals, as stated above (Q[11], A[2]). ~Therefore 409 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]), to intend 410 2, 12 | properly and ~principally, as stated above (A[1]).~Aquin.: SMT 411 2, 13 | in ~practical matters, as stated in Ethic. vii, 3, it seems 412 2, 13 | ignorance of choice," as is stated in ~Ethic. iii, 1. Therefore 413 2, 13 | on account of an end," as stated ~in Ethic. iii, 2,3. But 414 2, 13 | and the will is that, as stated above (Q[1], A[2], ad ~3), 415 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As stated in Phys. iii, 3 "movement 416 2, 13 | moved by reason, as is ~stated in Phys. ii. And thus it 417 2, 13 | answer that, As already stated (A[1], ad 2), choice results 418 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As stated above (Q[1], A[5]), there 419 2, 13 | is an act of the will, as stated above (A[1]). Now there 420 2, 13 | of things done by us, as stated above (A[4]). ~Therefore 421 2, 13 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, As stated above (A[4]), our choice 422 2, 13 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as stated above (A[1], ad 2), choice 423 2, 13 | end, but of the means, as stated above (A[3]); it is not 424 2, 14 | answer that, Choice, as stated above (Q[13], A[1], ad 2; 425 2, 14 | human ~actions are ends, as stated in Ethic. i, 1. Therefore 426 2, 14 | of what is counselled" as stated above ~(A[1]). But choice 427 2, 14 | is a kind of inquiry, as stated above (A[1]). But ~we are 428 2, 14 | granted as its ~principle, as stated above (A[2]). The other 429 2, 15 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As stated in De Anima iii, 9, "the 430 2, 15 | the appetitive power, as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 431 2, 15 | the reverse, as we ~have stated in the FP, Q[16], A[1]; 432 2, 15 | the means is choice, as stated above (Q[13], ~A[1]). If 433 2, 15 | reason ~includes the will, as stated above (A[1], ad 1).~Aquin.: 434 2, 15 | which is in the reason, as stated above (A[1], ad 1), and ~ 435 2, 16 | in irrational animals, as stated ~above (Q[11], A[2]). Much 436 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, as stated above (A[1]), to use is 437 2, 16 | desire of something, as stated above (Q[15], AA[1],2,3). 438 2, 16 | 2~I answer that, Use, as stated above (A[1]), implies the 439 2, 16 | For since the ~end, as stated above (Q[1], A[8]; Q[2], 440 2, 16 | purpose of attaining it, as stated above. Hence ~Augustine 441 2, 16 | will moves itself, too, as stated above (Q[9], A[3]). ~Therefore 442 2, 16 | consent precedes ~choice as stated above (Q[15], A[3], ad 3). 443 2, 17 | powers ~of the soul, as stated above (Q[9], A[1]). Therefore 444 2, 17 | the reason, as ~we have stated in reference to use and 445 2, 17 | an act is the will, ~as stated above (Q[9], A[1]). Since 446 2, 17 | with a kind of motion as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 447 2, 17 | is an act of reason, as stated above (A[1]). ~But in irrational 448 2, 17 | presupposing an act of the will, as stated above (A[1]). But, ~as we 449 2, 17 | uses the other powers, as stated above (Q[16], A[1]). ~But 450 2, 17 | as moved by the will, as stated above ~(A[1]). Therefore 451 2, 17 | end, precedes choice, as stated ~above (Q[16], A[4]). Wherefore 452 2, 17 | of reason commanding, as stated above (A[1]); for if that 453 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[1]), command is 454 2, 17 | or of a ~higher cause, as stated above (Q[9], A[4]). Therefore 455 2, 17 | reason ~that commands, as stated above (A[1]). Therefore 456 2, 17 | rational by participation, as stated in Ethic. i, 13. Therefore 457 2, 17 | the will moves itself, as ~stated above (Q[9], A[3]), that 458 2, 17 | it is in ~our power, as stated above (A[5]). Consequently 459 2, 17 | movement of ~concupiscence, as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 460 2, 17 | soul do not obey reason, as stated above (A[8]). ~Therefore 461 2, 17 | insubmission ~to reason. This is stated by Aristotle (De Causis 462 2, 17 | must needs be natural, as stated ~above (Reply OBJ 2).~ 463 2, 18 | perfected by act, it is good, as stated in Metaph. ix, 9. Therefore ~ 464 2, 18 | are convertible, as was stated in the FP, Q[5], AA[1],3. ~ 465 2, 18 | certain respect, as was stated in the FP, Q[5], A[1], ad 466 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, as stated above (A[1]) the good or 467 2, 18 | as ~being outside it, as stated above (Q[7], A[1]). But " 468 2, 18 | things themselves," as is stated in Metaph. vi, 4. Therefore 469 2, 18 | or evil in its genus as stated above (A[2]). Therefore 470 2, 18 | much has it of goodness, as stated ~above (A[1]). Secondly, 471 2, 18 | existence in things, as stated above (A[1]). But ~good 472 2, 18 | from a ~circumstance, as stated above (A[3]). But since 473 2, 18 | species from its object, as ~stated above (A[2]). Hence it follows 474 2, 18 | constitute the ~species, as stated above (A[5]). But it is 475 2, 18 | they are ~voluntary, as stated above (Q[1], A[1]). Now, 476 2, 18 | character of an object, as stated ~above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 477 2, 18 | species from its ~object, as stated above (AA[2],6). But it 478 2, 18 | derived from the object, as stated above (A[6]). Therefore ~ 479 2, 18 | belong to two species, as stated above (Q[1], A[3], ad 3).~ 480 2, 18 | genus of formal cause, as is stated in Phys. ii, 3. And in this ~ 481 2, 18 | their end or ~object, as stated above (A[6]; Q[1], A[3]). 482 2, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as stated above (A[1]), an action 483 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (AA[2],5), every action 484 2, 18 | relation to the reason, as stated above. And it is of this ~ 485 2, 18 | indifferent in its species, as stated above (A[8]). ~Therefore 486 2, 18 | actions cause like habits, as stated in ~Ethic. ii, 1. But a 487 2, 18 | because a moral action, as stated above (A[3]), derives ~its 488 2, 18 | either good or bad, as stated above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 489 2, 18 | to the moral ~action, as stated above (Q[7], A[1]). But 490 2, 18 | condition of the object, as stated above, and as being, ~as 491 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As stated above (A[10]), a circumstance 492 2, 18 | condition of the action, as stated above. ~Consequently it 493 2, 19 | according to objects, ~as stated above (Q[18], A[5]). Therefore 494 2, 19 | not an act of the will, as stated above ~(Q[1], A[1], ad 2).~ 495 2, 19 | human and moral acts, as stated above (Q[18], A[5]). ~(tm) 496 2, 19 | from the circumstances, as stated above (Q[18], A[3]). ~But 497 2, 19 | malice of the will, ~as stated above (Q[6], A[8]). But 498 2, 19 | circumstances as such, as stated above (Q[18], A[10], ad 499 2, 19 | the act of the will, as stated above ~(A[1]). Therefore 500 2, 19 | and the other powers, as stated ~above (Q[9], A[1]). Therefore


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