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1 1, 1 | called theology, or the divine ~science, as Aristotle has 2 1, 1 | be made known to him by divine revelation. Even as regards 3 1, 1 | man should be taught by a divine revelation; because the 4 1, 1 | that they should be ~taught divine truths by divine revelation. 5 1, 1 | taught divine truths by divine revelation. It was therefore 6 1, 1 | those men through ~whom the divine revelation, on which this 7 1, 1 | it were, the stamp of the divine science which is one and ~ 8 1, 1 | they can be known through ~divine revelation. Hence, although 9 1, 1 | is more concerned with divine things than with human acts; 10 1, 1 | certitude from the light of ~divine knowledge, which cannot 11 1, 1 | to be the knowledge of ~divine things, as Augustine says ( 12 1, 1 | knowledge, but from the divine knowledge, through which, 13 1, 1 | first manner of judging divine things belongs to that wisdom ~ 14 1, 1 | learning, but by experience of divine ~things." The second manner 15 1, 1 | truths obtained through divine revelation; ~thus we can 16 1, 1 | opponent believes nothing of divine revelation, there is no 17 1, 1 | from authority based on divine revelation is ~the strongest. 18 1, 1 | Therefore, to put forward divine truths by likening ~them 19 1, 1 | nearer they approach to ~the divine likeness. If therefore any 20 1, 1 | Holy Writ to put forward divine and ~spiritual truths by 21 1, 1 | cannot be enlightened by the divine rays except they be hidden 22 1, 1 | Reply OBJ 2: The ray of divine revelation is not extinguished 23 1, 1 | it is more fitting that ~divine truths should be expounded 24 1, 1 | literal descriptions of divine truths, which might ~have 25 1, 1 | Thirdly, because thereby divine truths are the ~better hidden 26 1, 2 | 1) Whatever concerns the Divine Essence; (2) Whatever concerns ~ 27 1, 2 | Para. 3/4~Concerning the Divine Essence, we must consider: ( 28 1, 3 | before ~us spiritual and divine things under the comparison 29 1, 3 | For ~if it be so, then the divine being has nothing added 30 1, 3 | lack reason. And so the ~divine being has nothing added 31 1, 3 | things. But the perfection of divine goodness is found ~in one 32 1, 4 | ARTICLES)~Having considered the divine simplicity, we treat next 33 1, 4 | shall speak first of the divine perfection; secondly of 34 1, 4 | perfection; secondly of the ~divine goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP 35 1, 5 | Dionysius discusses the Divine Names (Div. Nom. i, iii) 36 1, 5 | the names signifying the divine ~causality, goodness precedes 37 1, 6 | all things are good by the divine goodness?~Aquin.: SMT FP 38 1, 6 | many ~similitudes of the divine being; as appears from what 39 1, 6 | that, the Trinity of the ~divine persons is "the supreme 40 1, 6 | all things are good by the divine goodness?~Aquin.: SMT FP 41 1, 6 | all things are good by the divine goodness. For ~Augustine 42 1, 6 | this is by reason of ~the divine goodness; therefore all 43 1, 6 | all things are good by the divine goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP 44 1, 6 | called beings through the divine being, but through their ~ 45 1, 6 | things are not good by the divine goodness, but ~by their 46 1, 6 | therefore called good from the divine goodness, as from ~the first 47 1, 6 | of the similitude of ~the divine goodness belonging to it, 48 1, 7 | ARTICLES)~After considering the divine perfection we must consider 49 1, 7 | perfection we must consider the divine ~infinity, and God's existence 50 1, 7 | Since therefore the divine being is not a being received 51 1, 8 | in every place. Now ~the divine being is not successive 52 1, 8 | things were subject to the divine power; ~but that visible 53 1, 8 | things were subject to the ~divine power, still did not allow 54 1, 8 | still did not allow that divine providence extended to ~ 55 1, 9 | does not proceed from the divine wisdom by way of some kind ~ 56 1, 9 | as the similitude of the divine wisdom proceeds in degrees ~ 57 1, 9 | procession and movement of the divine wisdom to ~things; as when 58 1, 9 | every procession of the divine manifestation ~comes to 59 1, 9 | creature is eternal, but by the divine power ~alone, inasmuch as 60 1, 9 | immutability of election by divine ~power; nevertheless there 61 1, 10 | eternal mind, which is the divine intellect alone; hence it 62 1, 10 | being - that is, of the divine being. Therefore eternity 63 1, 10 | opposite is not subject to the divine power. ~Whereas when we 64 1, 10 | absolutely is subject to the divine power, God can make the 65 1, 11 | foregoing, we consider the divine unity; concerning which ~ 66 1, 11 | called ~one, the unity of the Divine Trinity holds the first 67 1, 12 | opposite kind. Therefore the divine essence is ~not seen through 68 1, 12 | seer. ~Thirdly, because the divine essence is uncircumscribed, 69 1, 12 | similitude, is to say that the ~divine essence is not seen at all; 70 1, 12 | similitude representing the divine ~essence itself as it really 71 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The divine essence is existence itself. 72 1, 12 | and made in act; so the divine essence is united to the 73 1, 12 | cognitive power. But that the ~divine presence is known by the 74 1, 12 | from the refulgence of the divine glory ~infused into the 75 1, 12 | of similitude; as in the divine Scripture divine ~things 76 1, 12 | in the divine Scripture divine ~things are metaphorically 77 1, 12 | natural powers can see the Divine ~essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP 78 1, 12 | created intellect can see the Divine essence by ~its own natural 79 1, 12 | power he understands the Divine essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 80 1, 12 | created intellect to see the Divine ~essence. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 81 1, 12 | consists in the vision of the Divine ~essence, according to the 82 1, 12 | being is ~natural to the divine intellect alone; and this 83 1, 12 | understanding should be added by divine grace. Now this increase ~ 84 1, 12 | light is required to see the divine essence, not as a ~similitude 85 1, 12 | unless the creature has a divine nature; which is impossible. ~ 86 1, 12 | essence of God, understand the Divine essence, for ~God is seen 87 1, 12 | Therefore of those who see the divine essence, one does not see 88 1, 12 | seems that those who see the divine essence, comprehend God. ~ 89 1, 12 | with its full power see the Divine essence. Therefore all who 90 1, 12 | of the knowledge of the Divine ~intellect whereof it is 91 1, 12 | created intellect knows the Divine essence more or less perfectly 92 1, 12 | intellect, in seeing the divine essence, does ~not see in 93 1, 12 | these everyone who ~sees the Divine essence will see in God. 94 1, 12 | God by those who see the Divine essence, is seen ~through 95 1, 12 | God by those who see the Divine ~essence, is seen by means 96 1, 12 | intellect of one who sees the Divine essence ~understands any 97 1, 12 | he had ceased to see the ~Divine essence, as Augustine says ( 98 1, 12 | that, Those who see the divine essence see what they see 99 1, 12 | any likeness, but by the divine essence itself united to 100 1, 12 | other similitudes but by the Divine essence alone present to ~ 101 1, 12 | inasmuch as it is united to the Divine essence, in ~which the similitudes 102 1, 12 | by the very vision of the divine ~essence, can form in himself 103 1, 12 | of what is seen in the ~divine essence, which remained 104 1, 12 | can in this life see the Divine essence. For ~Jacob said: " 105 1, 12 | things according to the divine ~truth"; and (De Trin. xii) 106 1, 12 | it is evident ~that the Divine essence cannot be known 107 1, 12 | alienations of the bodily senses ~divine revelations and foresight 108 1, 12 | intelligible objects, i.e. to the ~divine essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 109 1, 12 | this does not mean the Divine essence, but some figure 110 1, 12 | a ~participation of the divine light; as likewise we are 111 1, 12 | acquire the knowledge of divine things by natural ~reason 112 1, 12 | it is ~impossible for the divine ray to shine upon us except 113 1, 12 | formed, so as to express divine things better ~than those 114 1, 12 | divinely formed to express some divine meaning; as in the Baptism, 115 1, 12 | Him some ~things known by divine revelation, to which natural 116 1, 12 | received by the infusion of the divine light. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 117 1, 13 | things which belong to the divine ~knowledge, we now proceed 118 1, 13 | the consideration of the divine names. For ~everything is 119 1, 13 | signifies Him expresses ~the divine essence in itself. Thus 120 1, 13 | and ~praiseworthily the divine processions in the denomination 121 1, 13 | distinguished ~according to the divine processions themselves. 122 1, 13 | of ~this kind signify the divine substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 123 1, 13 | these names ~signify the divine substance, and are predicated 124 1, 13 | 3]), in treating ~of the divine perfection. Therefore the 125 1, 13 | aforesaid names signify the ~divine substance, but in an imperfect 126 1, 13 | say that these kinds of divine names are imposed ~from 127 1, 13 | names are imposed ~from the divine processions; for as according 128 1, 13 | the clear truth of the divine majesty, but others there 129 1, 13 | which creatures receive the divine perfection is part of the 130 1, 13 | these names signify the divine substance, ~although in 131 1, 13 | all such names signify the divine ~substance, as is universally 132 1, 13 | name of power, which is the divine substance; and ~"Creator" 133 1, 13 | is His essence. Now the ~divine substance is not temporal, 134 1, 13 | same two-fold difference in divine ~names. For some signify 135 1, 13 | these do not signify the divine substance directly, but 136 1, 13 | far as they presuppose the divine substance; as dominion ~ 137 1, 13 | presupposes power, which is the divine substance. Others signify 138 1, 13 | substance. Others signify the ~divine essence directly, and consequently 139 1, 13 | us as we know it. But the divine ~nature is unknown to us. 140 1, 13 | God" does not signify the ~divine nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 141 1, 13 | imposed to ~signify the divine nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 142 1, 13 | Metaph. iv. Now from the divine effects we cannot know the 143 1, 13 | effects we cannot know the divine nature in itself, so as 144 1, 13 | name "God" signifies the divine ~nature, for this name was 145 1, 13 | name "God" signifies the divine nature, which is communicable 146 1, 13 | be made ~partakers of the divine nature" (2 Pt. 1:4). Therefore 147 1, 13 | 21), in reference to the divine name. Therefore ~this name " 148 1, 13 | is given to signify the divine nature as ~stated above ( 149 1, 13 | above (A[8]), and since the divine nature cannot be multiplied 150 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The divine nature is only communicable 151 1, 13 | name, for it signifies the divine nature in the possessor; 152 1, 13 | they do not signify ~the divine nature, but rather signify 153 1, 13 | continually, to signify the divine nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 154 1, 13 | heathen does ~not know the divine nature. So when he says 155 1, 13 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every divine name seems to imply relation 156 1, 13 | is imposed to signify the divine nature; and still more proper 157 1, 13 | not necessary that all the divine names should import ~relation 158 1, 14 | considered what belongs to the divine substance, we have now to ~ 159 1, 14 | God, the principle of the divine operation as proceeding 160 1, 14 | after ~treating of the divine knowledge, we consider truth 161 1, 14 | so far as they enter into divine predication, ~everything 162 1, 14 | Now since the mode of the divine essence is higher than that 163 1, 14 | than that of ~creatures, divine knowledge does not exist 164 1, 14 | from the substance of the divine intellect, as it differs 165 1, 14 | intelligible species ~itself is the divine intellect itself, and thus 166 1, 14 | On ~the other hand, the divine intellect, which is no way 167 1, 14 | act and perfection of the divine substance, to which the 168 1, 14 | substance, to which the divine substance ~would be related, 169 1, 14 | likened to the act of the ~divine understanding which is subsistent.~ 170 1, 14 | Objection. For the act of divine ~understanding subsists 171 1, 14 | extends. Since ~therefore the divine power extends to other things 172 1, 14 | is any perfection in the divine intellect other ~than the 173 1, 14 | intellect other ~than the divine essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 174 1, 14 | does not follow that the ~divine intellectual act, or rather 175 1, 14 | anything ~else than the divine essence itself.~Aquin.: 176 1, 14 | essence is as distant from the divine ~essence, as the divine 177 1, 14 | divine ~essence, as the divine essence is distant from 178 1, 14 | created essence. But ~the divine essence cannot be known 179 1, 14 | essence be known by the ~divine essence. Thus as God knows 180 1, 14 | of participation in the divine ~perfection. Now God could 181 1, 14 | to the knowledge of the divine essence, but rather ~the 182 1, 14 | different things. But the divine essence excels all creatures. ~ 183 1, 14 | 1~I answer that, In the divine knowledge there is no discursion; 184 1, 14 | foregoing (A[5]). Now the divine essence neither is the ~ 185 1, 14 | contrary to it; for to the divine essence ~there is no contrary, 186 1, 14 | evil is not opposed to the divine essence, which ~is not corruptible 187 1, 14 | singular things. For the divine ~intellect is more immaterial 188 1, 14 | intelligible species in the divine intellect, which is the 189 1, 14 | regards the species in the divine intellect its ~being has 190 1, 14 | certain likeness to the divine being.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 191 1, 14 | On the other hand, the divine essence, whereby the divine ~ 192 1, 14 | divine essence, whereby the divine ~intellect understands, 193 1, 14 | they are subject to the ~divine sight in their presentiality; 194 1, 14 | as it is subject to the divine ~knowledge, i.e. as it is 195 1, 14 | they are subject to the divine ~knowledge, as already stated, 196 1, 14 | and divides. ~But in the divine intellect, there is no composition. 197 1, 14 | Now the species of the divine ~intellect, which is God' 198 1, 14 | without variation in the divine knowledge that God knows 199 1, 14 | without variation ~in the divine knowledge that God knows 200 1, 14 | which does not belong to the divine knowledge. Therefore the 201 1, 14 | of man about natural or ~divine thing. Secondly, as regards 202 1, 15 | knowledge ~and action. But the divine essence is a sufficient 203 1, 15 | to suppose ideas in the divine mind. For ~the Greek word { 204 1, 15 | there must exist in the divine mind a form to the likeness ~ 205 1, 15 | as being contained in the divine intelligence. ~Whilst, however, 206 1, 15 | must needs be that in the ~divine mind there are the proper 207 1, 15 | it follows that in the ~divine mind ideas are many. Now 208 1, 15 | to the simplicity of the divine ~mind that it understand 209 1, 15 | many ideas exist in the divine mind, as things understood 210 1, 15 | degree ~in likeness to the divine essence. So far, therefore, 211 1, 15 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The divine essence is not called an 212 1, 15 | things themselves, but by the divine intellect comparing its ~ 213 1, 15 | Div. Nom. v): "Acts of the divine will ~are the determining 214 1, 15 | are types existing in the divine mind, as is ~clear from 215 1, 15 | may be preserved. However, divine providence extends not ~ 216 1, 16 | species that are in the divine mind. For a ~stone is called 217 1, 16 | the preconception in the divine intellect. Thus, then, truth ~ 218 1, 16 | in their relation to the divine ~intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 219 1, 16 | which he ~is ordained by the divine intellect, as it has been 220 1, 16 | Reply OBJ 1: Although in the divine intellect there is neither ~ 221 1, 16 | their principle, namely, the divine intellect. Now this cannot 222 1, 16 | properly speaking, of divine truth; unless perhaps in 223 1, 16 | principle. But if we speak of divine ~truth in its essence, we 224 1, 16 | another." Similarly, the divine truth can ~be called a " 225 1, 16 | they are related to the divine intellect. If therefore 226 1, 16 | are reflected from the one divine truth." But if ~we speak 227 1, 16 | many, yet ~the truth of the divine intellect is one, in conformity 228 1, 16 | by their relation to the divine intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 229 1, 16 | eternal. Now because only the ~divine intellect is eternal, in 230 1, 16 | since the truth ~of the divine intellect is God Himself, 231 1, 16 | except by reason of the divine intellect, ~wherein alone 232 1, 16 | to that which is in the divine mind concerning ~it. But 233 1, 16 | sits", receives from the divine ~mind the signification 234 1, 16 | immutable truth. Now such is the divine intellect, as is clear ~ 235 1, 16 | Hence the truth of the ~divine intellect is immutable. 236 1, 16 | Whereas the truth of the divine intellect is that according 237 1, 16 | Augustine is speaking of divine truth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 238 1, 16 | which is the ~design of the divine intellect concerning them; 239 1, 17 | things by conformity to the ~divine intellect, as stated above ( 240 1, 17 | everything imitates the divine unity yet falls short of 241 1, 17 | natural things depend on the ~divine intellect, as artificial 242 1, 17 | they are compared with the divine intellect; since whatever 243 1, 17 | obedient to the order of the divine ~intellect. Thus it is said, " 244 1, 17 | not as compared with the ~divine intellect, in which case 245 1, 17 | nothing is contrary ~to the Divine Substance," as Augustine 246 1, 17 | called lies, opposed ~to the divine truth, inasmuch as the false 247 1, 17 | the true opinion of the divine unity.~ 248 1, 18 | after considering the ~divine knowledge and intellect, 249 1, 18 | intellect, we must consider the divine life. About ~this, four 250 1, 18 | all things ~in Him are the divine life itself.~Aquin.: SMT 251 1, 18 | together and preserved by the divine power; ~even as we say that 252 1, 18 | are not distinct from the divine essence. ~Hence things as 253 1, 18 | they are in God are the divine essence. And since the ~ 254 1, 18 | essence. And since the ~divine essence is life and not 255 1, 18 | themselves, are life in the divine mind, as having a divine ~ 256 1, 18 | divine mind, as having a divine ~existence in that mind.~ 257 1, 18 | exist more truly in the divine ~mind, by the ideas of them, 258 1, 18 | have simply being in the divine mind more truly than in 259 1, 18 | its own nature than in the divine ~mind, because it belongs 260 1, 18 | which, as ~existing in the divine mind, it is not. Even so 261 1, 19 | things belonging to the divine knowledge, we ~consider 262 1, 19 | consider what belongs to the divine will. The first consideration 263 1, 19 | consideration is ~about the divine will itself; the second 264 1, 19 | cause can be assigned to the divine will?~(6) Whether the divine 265 1, 19 | divine will?~(6) Whether the divine will is always fulfilled?~( 266 1, 19 | rightly assigned to the divine ~will?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 267 1, 19 | another; but the object of the divine will is ~His goodness, which 268 1, 19 | apart from Himself. For ~the divine will is the divine existence. 269 1, 19 | the divine will is the divine existence. But God is not 270 1, 19 | does this pertain to the divine will, from which all ~perfection 271 1, 19 | does it appertain to the divine will to communicate by likeness 272 1, 19 | inasmuch as it befits the divine goodness that ~other things 273 1, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The divine will is God's own existence 274 1, 19 | own goodness suffices the divine ~will, it does not follow 275 1, 19 | goodness. Thus, too, ~the divine intellect, though its perfection 276 1, 19 | its very ~knowledge of the divine essence, yet in that essence 277 1, 19 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: As the divine intellect is one, as seeing 278 1, 19 | one, in the same way the divine will is one and simple, 279 1, 19 | does not will. ~And so the divine will is contingent upon 280 1, 19 | necessarily. But as the ~divine knowledge is His essence, 281 1, 19 | is His essence, so is the divine will. Therefore ~whatever 282 1, 19 | all that He wills. For the divine will ~has a necessary relation 283 1, 19 | necessary relation to the divine goodness, since that is 284 1, 19 | result from defect in the divine will, but from a defect 285 1, 19 | some external power. The divine will, which by its nature 286 1, 19 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: As the divine essence is necessary of 287 1, 19 | necessary of itself, so is the ~divine will and the divine knowledge; 288 1, 19 | the ~divine will and the divine knowledge; but the divine 289 1, 19 | divine knowledge; but the divine knowledge has a ~necessary 290 1, 19 | the thing known; not the divine will to the thing ~willed. 291 1, 19 | participate in its light, so the divine good by its very essence 292 1, 19 | by will. ~Therefore the divine will is not the cause of 293 1, 19 | being. Since, then, the ~Divine Being is undetermined, and 294 1, 19 | cause. Wherefore since the ~Divine Being is His own intellect, 295 1, 19 | cause can be assigned to the divine will?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 296 1, 19 | cause can be assigned to the divine will. For ~Augustine says ( 297 1, 19 | things any cause, except the ~divine will alone. Thus all science 298 1, 19 | assign some cause to the divine will.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 299 1, 19 | causes secondary to the divine will. It would, however, 300 1, 19 | first effect depends on the ~divine will alone. Thus, for example, 301 1, 19 | Therefore the effect ~of the divine will may be hindered by 302 1, 19 | it is impossible that the divine will should not produce 303 1, 19 | seems to depart from the divine will in one ~order, returns 304 1, 19 | sin ~falls away from the divine will as much as lies in 305 1, 19 | taken as applying to the divine will ~itself, in which there 306 1, 19 | there are many things in the divine power, knowledge and ~will 307 1, 19 | again," but looking at the divine ~first cause might have 308 1, 19 | being in the designs of the divine and higher cause. Thus He 309 1, 19 | otherwise disposed in the divine knowledge and will, which 310 1, 19 | unchangeableness of the divine will, as has been said above ( 311 1, 19 | God are related to ~the divine will as to an antecedent 312 1, 19 | 1/2~I answer that, The divine will imposes necessity on 313 1, 19 | must be independent of the divine ~intention and will; which 314 1, 19 | account of the efficacy of the divine will. For when ~a cause 315 1, 19 | of being. Since then the divine will is perfectly efficacious, 316 1, 19 | that nothing resists the divine will, it ~follows that not 317 1, 19 | Hence things effected by the divine will ~have that kind of 318 1, 19 | right order towards the ~divine good. The evil of natural 319 1, 19 | in turning away from the ~divine goodness, by which God wills 320 1, 19 | expressions are assigned to the divine wisdom. Therefore no ~expressions 321 1, 19 | ought to be assigned to the divine will.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 322 1, 19 | expressions ~assigned to the divine will are not in agreement 323 1, 19 | must be assigned to the divine will.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 324 1, 19 | precept ~obeyed. Hence a divine precept is sometimes called 325 1, 19 | Expressions of will are called divine wills, not as being ~signs 326 1, 19 | our will, is called the divine will in God. Thus punishment ~ 327 1, 19 | rightly assigned to the divine will?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 328 1, 19 | rightly assigned to ~the divine will. For the same things 329 1, 19 | denominated with regard to the ~divine will, as the expression 330 1, 19 | special expressions of the divine will are assigned ~to their 331 1, 19 | act only as moved by the ~divine operation; therefore only 332 1, 19 | out of harmony with the divine will. Hence with regard 333 1, 19 | various relations to the divine goodness, since there are ~ 334 1, 20 | own. ~And then again the divine love is a binding force, 335 1, 20 | of the will, which is the divine essence. But the good that ~ 336 1, 20 | His creatures, is not the divine essence. Therefore there ~ 337 1, 20 | is to be given to him by divine goodness. According ~therefore 338 1, 20 | there is to be given by the divine will to ~the predestined 339 1, 21 | ARTICLES)~After considering the divine love, we must treat of God' 340 1, 21 | ordered to God. Thus in the divine operations debt may be regarded 341 1, 21 | to it according to the ~divine wisdom. And although God 342 1, 21 | appertains not only to the divine goodness, but also to His 343 1, 21 | debt ~paid according to the divine justice is one due either 344 1, 21 | works. Now the work of ~divine justice always presupposes 345 1, 21 | on the ~goodness of the divine will - which is the ultimate 346 1, 21 | man is on account of the divine goodness. So in every work 347 1, 21 | of ~justice than what the divine goodness confers; because 348 1, 21 | manner that accords with the divine wisdom and goodness. And 349 1, 22 | Whether everything comes under divine providence?~(3) Whether 350 1, 22 | providence?~(3) Whether divine providence is immediately 351 1, 22 | all things?~(4) Whether divine providence imposes any necessity 352 1, 22 | as was said above, is the divine ~goodness (Q[21], A[4]). 353 1, 22 | should pre-exist in the divine mind: and the type of things 354 1, 22 | that ~"Providence is the divine type itself, seated in the 355 1, 22 | Providence has to do with the ~divine will and intellect equally, 356 1, 22 | this would not affect the divine ~simplicity, since in God 357 1, 22 | everything is not subject to divine providence. For ~nothing 358 1, 22 | therefore, cannot be subject to ~divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT 359 1, 22 | cannot be under the care of ~divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT 360 1, 22 | contrary, It is said of Divine Wisdom: "She reacheth from 361 1, 22 | all things are subject to divine providence, ~not only in 362 1, 22 | must likewise be subject to divine ~providence. It has also 363 1, 22 | removed from the care of divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT 364 1, 22 | nature from necessity; but divine ~providence extends thus 365 1, 22 | nature from the care of divine providence, attributing 366 1, 22 | that man is exempt from divine providence; but merely that 367 1, 22 | will must be subject to divine providence. For human providence ~ 368 1, 22 | withdrew from the care of divine providence human ~affairs 369 1, 22 | 10]), it is subject ~to divine providence in an especial 370 1, 22 | creatures escape the care of divine providence; as was the ~ 371 1, 22 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that divine providence imposes necessity 372 1, 22 | from it of necessity, for ~divine providence cannot be frustrated. 373 1, 22 | be frustrated. Therefore divine providence ~imposes a necessity 374 1, 22 | things to be contingent. Divine providence does not therefore 375 1, 22 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Divine providence imposes necessity 376 1, 22 | towards an end. Now after the divine goodness, which is an ~extrinsic 377 1, 22 | things. Whence it pertains to divine providence to ~produce every 378 1, 22 | Reply OBJ 1: The effect of divine providence is not only that 379 1, 22 | contingency. Therefore whatsoever divine providence ordains to happen ~ 380 1, 22 | contingency, which the plan of divine providence conceives ~to 381 1, 22 | Reply OBJ 2: The order of divine providence is unchangeable 382 1, 23 | After consideration of divine providence, we must treat 383 1, 23 | directed to their end by divine ~providence, as was said 384 1, 23 | salvation, ~existing in the divine mind. The execution, however, 385 1, 23 | the communication of the divine goodness in general be ~ 386 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Divine predestination includes 387 1, 23 | predestination includes the divine will, which by ~no means 388 1, 23 | assign any cause of the divine will on the part of the ~ 389 1, 23 | that merit is the cause of ~divine predestination as regards 390 1, 23 | happen otherwise than by divine help, ~according to the 391 1, 23 | His goodness, so that the divine goodness ~might be represented 392 1, 23 | has ~no reason, except the divine will. Whence Augustine says ( 393 1, 23 | proximate causes, which divine providence ~has ordained 394 1, 23 | has been said about ~the divine knowledge and will (Q[14], 395 1, 23 | predestination includes the divine will as stated ~above (A[ 396 1, 23 | the immutability of ~the divine will, but is not necessary 397 1, 23 | pre-ordained by God "per se"; ~but divine providence produces just 398 1, 23 | regarding the certainty of divine predestination, said that 399 1, 23 | Others declared that the divine predestination was altered 400 1, 23 | Egyptians, who thought ~that the divine ordination, which they called 401 1, 23 | considered - namely, the divine ordination; and its effect. 402 1, 24 | book of life is a certain divine energy, by which it happens 403 1, 24 | recalled to memory." But divine energy belongs ~seemingly, 404 1, 24 | predestination, but rather to divine power. Therefore ~the book 405 1, 24 | already done, and thus ~that divine energy by which it happens 406 1, 24 | is so called in regard to divine life; and not only in regard 407 1, 24 | is the inscription of the divine election, as stated above ( 408 1, 24 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The divine life, even considered as 409 1, 24 | possess eternal life through ~divine predestination are written 410 1, 24 | eternal life, not through divine predestination, but through ~ 411 1, 25 | ARTICLES)~After considering the divine foreknowledge and will, 412 1, 25 | principle of operation. But the divine ~power is God's essence, 413 1, 25 | power, for both are ~His divine essence; neither is His 414 1, 25 | action, for this is the divine essence itself; except, ~ 415 1, 25 | understanding, inasmuch as the divine ~essence, which pre-contains 416 1, 25 | discussed the infinity of the ~divine essence (Q[7], A[1]). Wherefore, 417 1, 25 | infinite. Whence, since the divine essence, through which ~ 418 1, 25 | belongs to quantity. ~But the divine essence is otherwise, as 419 1, 25 | greatest act possible to the divine power is to ~spare and have 420 1, 25 | but in reference to the ~divine power. If God, then, were 421 1, 25 | created nature; for the ~divine power extends farther than 422 1, 25 | capable of being ~warmed. The divine existence, however, upon 423 1, 25 | within the scope of the divine ~omnipotence. For such cannot 424 1, 25 | such cannot come under the divine omnipotence, not ~because 425 1, 25 | come within the scope of divine ~omnipotence, because it 426 1, 25 | ultimate effect of the ~divine power. Or because, as was 427 1, 25 | 4]), the effect of ~the divine mercy is the foundation 428 1, 25 | the foundation of all the divine works. For nothing ~is due 429 1, 25 | by God. In this way the divine omnipotence is particularly ~ 430 1, 25 | come under the scope of divine power. This is what ~Augustine 431 1, 25 | come beneath the scope of divine power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 432 1, 25 | with the perfection of the divine ~power, can do all things, 433 1, 25 | the immutability of the divine power, whatever God could 434 1, 25 | olive, an olive; so from the divine operation there ~could not 435 1, 25 | however, said that the divine power is restricted to this 436 1, 25 | through the order of the divine wisdom and justice without ~ 437 1, 25 | there is nothing in the divine power which is not in the 438 1, 25 | not in the order of the ~divine wisdom; for the divine wisdom 439 1, 25 | divine wisdom; for the divine wisdom includes the whole 440 1, 25 | the whole potency of the ~divine power. Yet the order placed 441 1, 25 | order placed in creation by divine wisdom, in which ~order 442 1, 25 | not so adequate to the divine wisdom that the divine wisdom 443 1, 25 | the divine wisdom that the divine wisdom should be ~restricted 444 1, 25 | definite ~order. But the divine goodness is an end exceeding 445 1, 25 | things created. Whence the divine wisdom is not so restricted 446 1, 25 | there can be ~nothing in the divine power which cannot also 447 1, 25 | there being something in the divine power which He does not ~ 448 1, 25 | however, ~attributed to the divine power, according as it carries 449 1, 25 | to what now ~exists, the divine power and wisdom are not 450 1, 26 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE DIVINE BEATITUDE (FOUR ARTICLES) ~ 451 1, 26 | pertains to the unity of the divine essence, ~we come to treat 452 1, 26 | we come to treat of the divine beatitude. Concerning this, 453 1, 26 | beatitude is included in the divine beatitude?~Aquin.: SMT FP 454 1, 26 | manner of understanding, divine beatitude precedes the act 455 1, 26 | OBJ 1: It seems that the divine beatitude does not embrace 456 1, 26 | be ~in God. Therefore the divine beatitude does not embrace 457 1, 26 | certain perfection. But the divine ~perfection embraces all 458 1, 26 | A[2]~). Therefore the divine beatitude embraces all other 459 1, 26 | more eminent degree in the ~divine beatitude. As to contemplative 460 1, 26 | of ~it pre-exists in the divine beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP 461 1, 26 | pertains to the unity of the ~divine essence.~ 462 1, 27 | 43)~THE PROCESSION OF THE DIVINE PERSONS (FIVE ARTICLES)~ 463 1, 27 | belongs to the unity of the divine essence, it ~remains to 464 1, 27 | in God. ~And because the divine Persons are distinguished 465 1, 27 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Divine Scripture uses, in relation 466 1, 27 | in ~the representation of divine objects. Procession, therefore, 467 1, 27 | understood. Thus, ~as the divine intelligence is the very 468 1, 27 | God (Q[14], ~A[2]), the divine Word is of necessity perfectly 469 1, 27 | self-subsistence. Therefore, since the divine ~existence is self-subsisting ( 470 1, 27 | generated ~existence can be the divine existence. Therefore there 471 1, 27 | fully applied to it. But the divine act of intelligence is the 472 1, 27 | signify the procession of ~the divine Wisdom, namely, conception 473 1, 27 | declared in the ~person of the divine Wisdom, "The depths were 474 1, 27 | would conflict with the ~divine self-subsistence); but when 475 1, 27 | He Who proceeds receives divine existence from another; 476 1, 27 | if He were other from the divine nature. For in the ~perfection 477 1, 27 | perfection itself of the divine existence are contained 478 1, 27 | of communication of the ~divine nature. Therefore, as there 479 1, 27 | Therefore, as there is only one divine nature (Q[11], A[4]~), it 480 1, 27 | on to infinitude in the divine ~processions; for the procession 481 1, 27 | to others. Therefore the divine nature is ~communicated 482 1, 27 | would be extraneous to ~the divine nature, and would be an 483 1, 27 | exists in God is one with the divine nature. Hence ~the proper 484 1, 27 | proceeding as ~love receives the divine nature, but is not said 485 1, 27 | 1/1~I answer that, The divine processions can be derived 486 1, 27 | intellectual, ~and in the divine nature these actions are 487 1, 27 | points to power. Thus the divine power ~does not imply the 488 1, 27 | imply the procession of a divine person; but is indicated 489 1, 27 | 2 Para. 2/2~Thus, as the divine processions must be denominated 490 1, 28 | 28] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE DIVINE RELATIONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 491 1, 28 | RELATIONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~The divine relations are next to be 492 1, 28 | those relations are the divine essence itself, or are ~ 493 1, 28 | two ~terms. Therefore the divine relations are not real relations, 494 1, 28 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the divine generation proceeds by way 495 1, 28 | other. Therefore as the divine processions are in the identity 496 1, 28 | relations, ~according to the divine processions, are necessarily 497 1, 28 | Thus Boethius likens the ~divine relations to a relation 498 1, 28 | are contained under the divine order, ~and their very nature 499 1, 28 | On the other hand, the ~divine processions are in one and 500 1, 28 | It would seem that the divine relation is not the same


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