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1 1, 1 | this ~truth. Therefore, in order that the salvation of men 2 1, 1 | moral ~sciences) and in order to establish the authority 3 1, 1 | need of them, but only in order to ~make its teaching clearer. 4 1, 1 | not ~merely in any one order, but absolutely. For since 5 1, 1 | said to be wise in ~any one order who considers the highest 6 1, 1 | highest principle in that order: thus in ~the order of building, 7 1, 1 | that order: thus in ~the order of building, he who plans 8 1, 1 | Cor. 3:10). Again, in the order of all human life, the ~ 9 1, 1 | our knowledge is set in order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[6] 10 1, 1 | from corporeal things, in order that thereby even ~the simple 11 1, 2 | regard to ~God, because, in order to prove the existence of 12 1, 2 | sense we find there is an order of efficient causes. There 13 1, 2 | efficient causes following in order, the first ~is the cause 14 1, 3 | manner of its existence, in order that we may ~know its essence. 15 1, 4 | not material, but in ~the order of efficient cause, which 16 1, 4 | between ~things of the same order, but not between a cause 17 1, 5 | consists in mode, species, and order?~(6) Whether goodness is 18 1, 5 | consists in mode, species and order?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 19 1, 5 | consist in mode, ~species and order. For goodness and being 20 1, 5 | But mode, ~species and order seem to belong to the nature 21 1, 5 | reduced species, mode and ~order, as Augustine says (Gen. 22 1, 5 | consist in mode, ~species and order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 23 1, 5 | Further, mode, species and order are themselves good. Therefore ~ 24 1, 5 | consists in mode, species and order, then ~every mode must have 25 1, 5 | its own mode, species and order. The same would be ~the 26 1, 5 | the case with species and order in endless succession.~Aquin.: 27 1, 5 | privation of mode, species and order. But ~evil is not the total 28 1, 5 | consist in mode, species and order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 29 1, 5 | an evil mode, species and order. ~Therefore the essence 30 1, 5 | consist in mode, species and ~order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 31 1, 5 | Further, mode, species and order are caused by weight, number 32 1, 5 | consist in mode, ~species and order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 33 1, 5 | three - mode, species and order - as common good things, 34 1, 5 | consists in mode, species and order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 35 1, 5 | necessarily follow), in order for a thing to be perfect 36 1, 5 | this belongs to weight and order. ~Hence the essence of goodness, 37 1, 5 | also in mode, species and order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[5] 38 1, 5 | OBJ 2: Mode, species and order are said to be good, and 39 1, 5 | thing is its mode, species, order. Thus, a man has a mode, ~ 40 1, 5 | has a mode, ~species and order as he is white, virtuous, 41 1, 5 | every mode, species and order, but only such as follow ~ 42 1, 5 | can be said of species and order). "But an evil ~mode, species 43 1, 5 | evil ~mode, species and order are so called as being less 44 1, 6 | consists in mode, species and order. But these do not seem to 45 1, 6 | To have mode, species and order belongs to the essence of ~ 46 1, 6 | impose mode, species and order on others; wherefore these 47 1, 6 | existing ~in any genus or order of things. For good is attributed 48 1, 6 | added ~perfection, or the order to its end. Still, the goodness 49 1, 8 | as it has a determinate order in movement or action, cannot 50 1, 9 | bodies; or as ~regards the order to their end, and the application 51 1, 10 | in a certain degree and order; and Dionysius (Coel. ~Hier. 52 1, 10 | and the last; even in one ~order of angels. Now according 53 1, 11 | not harmonize in the same order, unless they ~are ordered 54 1, 11 | many are reduced into one order by one ~better than by many: 55 1, 11 | which reduces all into ~one order should be only one. And 56 1, 12 | needs any created light in order to ~see the essence of God?~( 57 1, 12 | of glory. Therefore, in order to see God, there must be 58 1, 12 | similitudes of the inferior order of things, ~the superior 59 1, 12 | needs any created light in order to see the ~essence of God?~ 60 1, 12 | need any created ~light in order to see the essence of God. 61 1, 12 | require any other light in order to be seen. ~Therefore the 62 1, 12 | require a superadded light ~in order to see the essence of God.~ 63 1, 12 | added to the intellect in order that it may be ~raised up 64 1, 12 | essence of God, ~not in order to make the essence of God 65 1, 12 | itself ~intelligible, but in order to enable the intellect 66 1, 12 | wonders above the common order, raising the minds of some ~ 67 1, 12 | namely God. As therefore in order to ~see a sensible object, 68 1, 12 | from sense in the natural ~order, or divinely formed in the 69 1, 13 | knows God from creatures, in order to ~understand God, forms 70 1, 13 | themselves have a mutual natural order and ~habitude. Nevertheless 71 1, 13 | idea only, as when mutual ~order or habitude can only go 72 1, 13 | extremes are not of one order; as sense and science refer 73 1, 13 | nature, are outside the order of sensible and ~intellectual 74 1, 13 | themselves ~are outside this order, and hence in them there 75 1, 13 | God is outside the whole order of creation, and all ~creatures 76 1, 14 | God ~is a pure act in the order of existence, as also in 77 1, 14 | existence, as also in the order of ~intelligible objects; 78 1, 14 | 5] Body Para. 2/3~Now in order to know how God knows things 79 1, 14 | of quantity implies the order of ~parts. Therefore to 80 1, 15 | principal agent, as the order of an army (is ~the proper 81 1, 15 | things is the good of the order of the universe, as the 82 1, 15 | Metaph. xii. Therefore the order of the universe is ~properly 83 1, 15 | thing alone; whereas, if the order itself of the universe was ~ 84 1, 15 | must have the idea of ~the order of the universe. Now there 85 1, 16 | which stand to each other in order of priority ~and posteriority 86 1, 16 | conversely. ~Whence in the order of things desirable, good 87 1, 16 | particular; whereas in the order of intelligible ~things 88 1, 16 | the good is prior in the order of things ~desirable; but 89 1, 17 | as being obedient to the order of the divine ~intellect. 90 1, 18 | and are moved, a threefold order is ~found. In the first 91 1, 19 | life, or to take ship in order to ~cross the sea. But we 92 1, 19 | Further, The first in any order is that which is essentially 93 1, 19 | essentially so, ~thus in the order of burning things, that 94 1, 19 | three ways: First, from the order itself of active ~causes. 95 1, 19 | since God is first in the order of agents, He must act by ~ 96 1, 19 | to say ~that he wills to order to the end the means to 97 1, 19 | for the preservation of order in the universe, it is not 98 1, 19 | God; but the others on the order of other causes.~Aquin.: 99 1, 19 | Something may fall outside the order of any particular active ~ 100 1, 19 | cause, but not outside the order of the universal cause; 101 1, 19 | which is included in the order of the universal cause. 102 1, 19 | cannot possibly escape the order of the universal cause. 103 1, 19 | the divine will in one ~order, returns into it in another 104 1, 19 | returns into it in another order; as does the sinner, who 105 1, 19 | yet falls back ~into the order of that will, when by its 106 1, 19 | could in no way ~escape its order. And thus it is with the 107 1, 19 | hence we take counsel in ~order to know what is good for 108 1, 19 | are not included in the order of inferior causes. Thus 109 1, 19 | both: that is, that in the order of the inferior cause a 110 1, 19 | happen; but that in the order of the higher cause it shall 111 1, 19 | according as it falls under the order of ~inferior causes, as 112 1, 19 | foretold to ~Ezechias: "Take order with thy house, for thou 113 1, 19 | is the privation of right order towards the ~divine good. 114 1, 19 | preservation of the ~natural order, He wills some things to 115 1, 19 | some good end; and this ~order they thought was expressed 116 1, 19 | division, not being of one ~order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 117 1, 20 | are found equal, in the order of grace and of glory: since ~ 118 1, 21 | deserves. As then the ~proper order displayed in ruling a family 119 1, 21 | kind in the ruler, so the order of the universe, ~which 120 1, 21 | the nature of each in the order and with the powers that 121 1, 21 | directed. Now a twofold order has to be ~considered in 122 1, 21 | establishes things in the order conformable to the rule 123 1, 21 | done ~according to proper order and proportion wherein consists 124 1, 21 | suffice for preserving the order of ~justice than what the 125 1, 22 | but also as regards their order towards an end and ~especially 126 1, 22 | 21], A[4]). This good of order existing in things created, 127 1, 22 | necessary that the type of the order of things towards their 128 1, 22 | last ~end. This type of order in things towards an end 129 1, 22 | either to the type of ~the order of things towards an end, 130 1, 22 | end, or to the type of the order of parts ~in the whole.~ 131 1, 22 | namely, the ~"reason of order," which is called providence 132 1, 22 | disposition; and the ~execution of order, which is termed government. 133 1, 22 | less than the type of the order of things towards an ~end, 134 1, 22 | A thing can escape the order of a particular cause; but 135 1, 22 | particular cause; but not the ~order of a universal cause. For 136 1, 22 | For nothing escapes the order of a particular ~cause, 137 1, 22 | as an effect ~escapes the order of a particular cause, it 138 1, 22 | belongs to providence to order all things to an end. ~Now 139 1, 22 | namely, the type of the ~order of things foreordained towards 140 1, 22 | and the execution of this ~order, which is called government. 141 1, 22 | are the executors of His order, as ~was said above (Q[19], 142 1, 22 | providence it belongs to ~order things towards an end. Now 143 1, 22 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The order of divine providence is 144 1, 22 | only for some particular order of things.~ 145 1, 23 | Him is the type of ~the order of all things towards an 146 1, 23 | execution, however, of this order is in ~a passive way in 147 1, 23 | conceiving the idea of the order of some ~towards salvation.~ 148 1, 23 | presupposes election in the order of ~reason; and election 149 1, 23 | salvation presupposes, in the order of reason, that God wills 150 1, 23 | precedes election in the order of reason, and election 151 1, 23 | for such effects. Yet the order of providence is infallible, ~ 152 1, 23 | 22], A[4]). So also the order of predestination is ~certain; 153 1, 23 | provides effects, that the order of secondary ~causes falls 154 1, 23 | salvation falls under the order of ~predestination; whether 155 1, 23 | intermediary causes, in order that the beauty of ~order 156 1, 23 | order that the beauty of ~order may be preserved in the 157 1, 23 | causes cannot escape the order of the first ~universal 158 1, 23 | indeed, they ~execute that order. And therefore predestination 159 1, 25 | other things, nor another order of things, than that ~which 160 1, 25 | course ~of events through the order of the divine wisdom and 161 1, 25 | power which is not in the order of the ~divine wisdom; for 162 1, 25 | the ~divine power. Yet the order placed in creation by divine 163 1, 25 | divine wisdom, in which ~order the notion of His justice 164 1, 25 | restricted to this present order of things. Now it is clear 165 1, 25 | that the ~whole idea of order which a wise man puts into 166 1, 25 | restricted to some definite ~order. But the divine goodness 167 1, 25 | restricted to any ~particular order that no other course of 168 1, 25 | necessity to this or that order of things, except upon supposition, ~ 169 1, 25 | restricted to this present order, as was shown above; so 170 1, 25 | which is not included in the order which He has place in ~things. 171 1, 25 | restricted ~to the present order of things; and would concern 172 1, 25 | Reply OBJ 3: Although this order of things be restricted 173 1, 25 | Whence, ~although no other order would be suitable and good 174 1, 25 | impose upon them another order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 175 1, 25 | account of the most beautiful order given to things by God; ~ 176 1, 25 | bettered, the proportion of order would be destroyed; as if 177 1, 27 | relations of origin, the order of the doctrine leads us ~ 178 1, 27 | generation of living things in order to signify the procession 179 1, 27 | the word "conception" in order to ~signify that in the 180 1, 27 | them to exist in a certain order. For the procession ~of 181 1, 27 | procession ~of love occurs in due order as regards the procession 182 1, 27 | as there exists a certain order of the Word to the principle 183 1, 27 | there is a distinction of order ~between the procession 184 1, 27 | procession must be taken from the order of ~one procession to another; 185 1, 27 | procession to another; which order is derived from the nature 186 1, 28 | found an inclination and order to the centre; and ~hence 187 1, 28 | procession, agree in the same order; and then they have real 188 1, 28 | exist only in a certain order observed by reason as regards ~ 189 1, 28 | by reason as regards ~the order of anything to itself, according 190 1, 28 | nature, ~God is outside the order of the whole creation, nor 191 1, 28 | contained under the divine order, ~and their very nature 192 1, 29 | sometimes means hypostasis, in order to avoid any ~occasion of 193 1, 30 | terms are applied to God in order to remove something; and ~ 194 1, 30 | A[3] Body Para. 2/5~In order to resolve this point, we 195 1, 31 | a unity of some kind of order. For "people" is a ~multitude 196 1, 31 | comprehended under a certain order. In the first sense, ~this 197 1, 31 | only is ~there unity of order, but also with this there 198 1, 31 | away from the Persons ~the order of their nature. Hence Ambrose 199 1, 31 | syncategorematical term imports the order of the ~predicate to the 200 1, 32 | share some other's good, in order to ~have the goodness of 201 1, 32 | Therefore whatever has order to any essential or ~personal 202 1, 33 | but have only a certain order to each other; as when we 203 1, 33 | taken absolutely, in the order of our ~intelligence, come 204 1, 33 | and because also in the order of nature it presupposes 205 1, 35 | of God; and therefore in order to express the ~imperfect 206 1, 36 | Para. 2/4~Furthermore, the order of the procession of each 207 1, 36 | same truth from the very order of nature ~itself. For we 208 1, 36 | proceed from one without ~order except in those which differ 209 1, 36 | other materially, with ~no order to each other; whereas in 210 1, 36 | we always find that some order exists in the ~multitude 211 1, 36 | produced. Hence also in the order of creatures produced, the ~ 212 1, 36 | Ghost, there must ~be some order between them. Nor can any 213 1, 36 | be assigned except the ~order of their nature, whereby 214 1, 36 | the ~Holy Ghost has some order to the Son. For they grant 215 1, 36 | medium ~according to the order of the subject's acting, 216 1, 36 | bailiff; but according to the order of powers, the bailiff is ~ 217 1, 36 | effect. Now there is no order of power between ~Father 218 1, 36 | Father and Son, but only order of 'supposita'; and hence 219 1, 38 | person. Nevertheless in order that it may possess ~Him 220 1, 39 | supposita" ~except by unity of order, as the form of an ordered 221 1, 39 | abstract names a certain order should be observed, forasmuch 222 1, 39 | belonged to them; but in order to make the ~persons manifest 223 1, 39 | themselves to ~us in due order. Firstly, the thing itself 224 1, 40 | reasons. Firstly, because, ~in order that two things be understood 225 1, 40 | but simultaneous in the order of ~nature.~Aquin.: SMT 226 1, 40 | precedes paternity in the order of intelligence.~Aquin.: 227 1, 40 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in the order of intelligence every relation 228 1, 40 | Father. Therefore in ~the order of intelligence, paternity 229 1, 40 | Holy Ghost. For, ~in the order of intelligence, origin, 230 1, 40 | actively is prior ~in the order of intelligence to the non-personal 231 1, 40 | spiration precedes, in the order of ~intelligence, the unnamed 232 1, 40 | relation; and thus again in the order of ~intelligence it presupposes 233 1, 40 | the Son; and so, in ~the order of intelligence, it precedes 234 1, 41 | Wherefore, to ~signify the order of origin in the divine 235 1, 41 | God there is a ~twofold order of origin: one, inasmuch 236 1, 41 | to His essence. Another order of origin in God regards 237 1, 41 | acts which designate the ~order of this origin are called 238 1, 41 | implies nothing ~more than order of origin, in so far as 239 1, 41 | created and begotten, in order that from the idea of ~creation 240 1, 42 | 3) Whether there is any order among the divine persons?~( 241 1, 42 | like to the ~Father, in order to exclude the error of 242 1, 42 | persons there exists an order of nature?~Aquin.: SMT FP 243 1, 42 | there does not exist ~an order of nature. For whatever 244 1, 42 | person, or a notion. But the order of nature does not signify 245 1, 42 | notions. Therefore there is no order ~of nature in God.~Aquin.: 246 1, 42 | OBJ 2: Further, wherever order of nature exists, there 247 1, 42 | divine persons there is no order of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 248 1, 42 | OBJ 3: Further, wherever order exists, distinction also 249 1, 42 | Therefore it is not subject ~to order; and order of nature does 250 1, 42 | not subject ~to order; and order of nature does not exist 251 1, 42 | essence. But there is no ~order of essence in God. Therefore 252 1, 42 | plurality exists without order, confusion exists. ~But 253 1, 42 | says. ~Therefore in God order exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 254 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Order always has reference to 255 1, 42 | are there many kinds of order. ~Now principle, according 256 1, 42 | so there must likewise be order according to ~origin, without 257 1, 42 | and this is called 'the order of nature': in ~the words 258 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The order of nature signifies the 259 1, 42 | still ~comes first in the order of nature and reason, if 260 1, 42 | are simultaneous in the order of nature and reason, ~inasmuch 261 1, 42 | another, not even in the order of nature and reason.~Aquin.: 262 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The order of nature means not the 263 1, 42 | itself, but the existence of order in the divine Persons according 264 1, 42 | essence does not; and so the order of origin is more correctly 265 1, 42 | more correctly called ~the order of nature than the order 266 1, 42 | order of nature than the order of essence.~Aquin.: SMT 267 1, 43 | still ~they are made in order to show forth in some special 268 1, 44 | requires an efficient cause in order to exist. ~Therefore whatever 269 1, 44 | exemplar is necessary, it is in order that the effect may receive 270 1, 44 | divine wisdom devised the order of the universe, which ~ 271 1, 44 | of the universe, which ~order consists in the variety 272 1, 44 | outside the particulars in order to be their exemplars. ~ 273 1, 45 | material cause, but only ~order; as when we say, "from morning 274 1, 45 | sense, then we affirm the order by ~stating the relation 275 1, 45 | the preposition, then the order is denied, ~and the sense 276 1, 45 | preposition "from" [ex] implies order, as has been said in this 277 1, 45 | belongs to them in a kind of order, inasmuch as the Son receives ~ 278 1, 45 | belongs to them in a kind of order. For the Son receives it 279 1, 45 | naturally ~connected; thus the order of things is reduced to " 280 1, 45 | According as ~it has relation of order, it represents the Holy 281 1, 45 | He is ~love, because the order of the effect to something 282 1, 45 | has a certain relation of order." And to these also are 283 1, 45 | weight" refers to the ~order. And to these three are 284 1, 45 | mode," "species," and "order," and also ~those he mentions ( 285 1, 45 | form, and agrees by its order. Other similar ~expressions 286 1, 46 | the world either in the order of nature ~only, or also 287 1, 46 | also by duration. If in the order of nature only, therefore, ~ 288 1, 46 | demonstrative - viz. in order to contradict the reasons 289 1, 46 | being after not ~being, in order more manifestly to declare 290 1, 46 | intellect which deliberates in order to find out what should 291 1, 46 | multiplied should ~have the order of only one cause, their 292 1, 46 | in a threefold sense in order to exclude ~three errors. 293 1, 46 | by reason of wisdom, in ~order that, as it is said (Ps. 294 1, 47 | created matter is formless, in order ~that it may be accommodated 295 1, 47 | brought things into ~being in order that His goodness might 296 1, 47 | free-will, were promoted to the order of angels according to the ~ 297 1, 47 | other material; but in order that the house may be made 298 1, 47 | I answer that, The very order of things created by God 299 1, 47 | called one by the unity of order, whereby ~some things are 300 1, 47 | from God, ~have relation of order to each other, and to God 301 1, 47 | must be arranged in one order, and to one end. Therefore 302 1, 47 | Therefore from the unity ~of order in things Aristotle infers ( 303 1, 47 | has reference to material ~order. But the best in this sense 304 1, 48 | delight of sense without the order of reason. Hence evil ~is 305 1, 48 | thing not only out of right order, but also as ~injurious 306 1, 48 | nor does it come under the order of the ~same, except accidentally, 307 1, 48 | every single part, except in order to the ~whole, as was said 308 1, 48 | has not its due mode and order. But because ~good in itself 309 1, 48 | fault is privation of ~the order to the end. Therefore pain 310 1, 48 | workman chooses a less evil in order to prevent ~a greater, as 311 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The order of action which is destroyed 312 1, 48 | to be compared as end and order to ~the end; because one 313 1, 48 | from the ~end and from the order to the end; by fault, inasmuch 314 1, 49 | rather is it a ~privation of order to the proper end; since 315 1, 49 | created is the good of the ~order of the universe. Now, the 316 1, 49 | of the universe. Now, the order of the universe requires, 317 1, 49 | things the good of the order of the universe, consequently 318 1, 49 | own sake. Nevertheless the order of justice belongs to the 319 1, 49 | of justice belongs to the order of ~the universe; and this 320 1, 49 | does not depend ~upon its order to any particular thing, 321 1, 49 | is in ~itself, and on its order to the whole universe, wherein 322 1, 50 | the angels even of the one order there are ~first, middle, 323 1, 50 | hierarchy, or even of one order, are of the one species.~ 324 1, 51 | things are ~sensible, but in order that properties of intelligible 325 1, 53 | it is moved"; because the order of first and last in continuous 326 1, 53 | movement, ~is according to the order of the first and last in 327 1, 54 | is in ~keeping with the order of the universe for the 328 1, 55 | THREE ARTICLES)~Next in order, the question arises as 329 1, 55 | that the agent acts. Now in order that the faculty may be ~ 330 1, 55 | perfected by some species in order to know things. ~Aquin.: 331 1, 55 | between the distinction and order of spiritual substances ~ 332 1, 55 | and the distinction and order of corporeal substances. 333 1, 55 | either according to the order of causality, as the universal 334 1, 55 | God; or at least in the order of nature, as the ~universal 335 1, 56 | in contact with sense, in order that sense may actually 336 1, 56 | in potentiality; and in order that there may be actual ~ 337 1, 56 | So therefore, if in the order of ~intelligible beings 338 1, 56 | as it proceeds ~from the order of the Divine Wisdom, Which 339 1, 56 | one another in a certain order, as was already observed ( 340 1, 57 | intellect, which in the order of nature is inferior ~to 341 1, 57 | answer that, The established order of things is for the higher 342 1, 57 | one mental power. For the ~order of things runs in this way, 343 1, 57 | angel is above man in the ~order of nature, it is unreasonable 344 1, 57 | things proceed from God in order that they may ~subsist in 345 1, 57 | likewise they proceed in order that they ~may exist in 346 1, 58 | which is higher in the order of nature, can with greater 347 1, 59 | belonging to the ~sensible order, which the virtue of hope 348 1, 60 | uniting" and "binding" in order to ~show the derivation 349 1, 60 | movement tends in the natural order of things; because ~the 350 1, 60 | naturally exposes itself in order to safeguard the whole; 351 1, 61 | PRODUCTION OF THE ANGELS IN THE ORDER OF NATURAL BEING (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 352 1, 61 | in a corporeal place in order ~to show their relationship 353 1, 62 | PERFECTION OF THE ANGELS IN THE ORDER OF GRACE AND OF GLORY (NINE 354 1, 62 | angels were made in the order ~of grace and of glory; 355 1, 62 | Did they need grace in order to turn to God?~(3) Were 356 1, 62 | an angel needs grace in order to turn to God?~Aquin.: 357 1, 62 | had no need of grace in order to turn to God. For, we 358 1, 62 | angel did not need grace in order to turn to God.~Aquin.: 359 1, 62 | had no need of ~grace in order to turn to God.~Aquin.: 360 1, 62 | stand in need of grace in order to prepare ourselves for ~ 361 1, 62 | he had needed no grace in order to turn to God, it ~would 362 1, 62 | did not require grace in order to possess ~everlasting 363 1, 62 | stood in need of grace in order to turn to ~God, as the 364 1, 62 | according to the natural order of such ~power, but owing 365 1, 62 | contrary to the natural order of the motive power of the 366 1, 62 | did not precede ~in the order of time, but in the order 367 1, 62 | order of time, but in the order of nature; as Augustine 368 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: Although in the order of nature grace comes midway 369 1, 62 | glory, nevertheless, in the order of time, in created nature, ~ 370 1, 62 | many stages of merit in order to reach ~beatitude.~Aquin.: 371 1, 62 | part of God, Who, in the order of His ~wisdom, established 372 1, 62 | sufficient of ~themselves. But in order for them to exist, they 373 1, 62 | conclusion by passing out of the order of the principles, comes 374 1, 62 | opposite things, keeping the order ~of the end in view; but 375 1, 62 | by turning away from the order of the end; and this is 376 1, 63 | pray, without heeding the order established by the Church. 377 1, 63 | to good of the spiritual order; unless in such ~affection 378 1, 63 | no creature of a lower order can ever covet the grade 379 1, 63 | such likeness in proper order, that is ~to say, that he 380 1, 63 | precede its formation in order of time, but ~merely in 381 1, 63 | of time, but ~merely in order of nature. Now according 382 1, 63 | mountain ~of God." Now the order of the Cherubim is under 383 1, 63 | the Cherubim is under the order of the ~Seraphim, as Dionysius 384 1, 63 | made intellectual nature in order that it might ~attain to 385 1, 63 | set over the ~terrestrial order. This opinion seems to agree 386 1, 63 | higher than men in the ~order of nature. Nor is this opinion 387 1, 63 | of ~angels; yet in that order some of them remained good.~ 388 1, 63 | angels" (Mt. 25:41). For the order of ~Divine justice exacts 389 1, 63 | requires ~deliberation in order to choose and consent, and 390 1, 63 | consent, and vocal speech in order to ~exhort; both of which 391 1, 63 | especially because in the order of nature they were even ~ 392 1, 63 | is against the ~natural order happens with less frequency; 393 1, 63 | devil belonged ~to the lower order of the angels, who are set 394 1, 63 | evident that some of every order did not fall, but only those 395 1, 63 | only those of the ~lowest order. According to those who 396 1, 63 | devil was of ~the highest order, it is probable that some 397 1, 63 | that some fell of every order; just as ~men are taken 398 1, 63 | are taken up into every order to supply for the angelic 399 1, 64 | substances are above us in the order of nature; hence man ~can 400 1, 64 | when he tells the truth in order to deceive; and ~when he 401 1, 64 | between God ~and men. Now the order of Divine providence so 402 1, 64 | service in the natural order. Consequently a twofold 403 1, 64 | is hell; and ~another, in order that they may tempt men, 404 1, 64 | set over another in the order of nature, as ~the demons 405 1, 64 | demons are over men in the order of nature; consequently 406 1, 65 | higher in a certain ~fitting order, as Augustine says (De Trin. 407 1, 65 | first cause. Therefore, in order to show ~that all bodies 408 1, 65 | production of things an order exists, but not such ~that 409 1, 65 | to the Platonists, the ~order of forms corresponds to 410 1, 65 | forms corresponds to the order of those separate substances; 411 1, 66 | Out. Para. 1/1 - ON THE ORDER OF CREATION TOWARDS DISTINCTION ( 412 1, 66 | but only in origin or the order ~of nature, whereas others, 413 1, 66 | design of preserving due order in the ~disposition of creatures 414 1, 66 | is one with ~the unity of order, as all bodies are one in 415 1, 66 | all bodies are one in the order of corporeal ~creatures.~ 416 1, 66 | the higher in a certain order." If, therefore, the ~empyrean 417 1, 66 | inferior bodies of another order - those, namely, that are ~ 418 1, 67 | is naturally first in the order of movement as is ~proved 419 1, 67 | the ~institution of that order of nature which henceforth 420 1, 67 | the first founding of the ~order of nature we must not look 421 1, 68 | ordered conformably to the ~order of Divine wisdom. Now it 422 1, 68 | sequence in the natural ~order, as Augustine holds (Gen. 423 1, 68 | to the first opinion, an order of the elements must be ~ 424 1, 68 | beyond their knowledge. In order, however, to express the 425 1, 68 | A[4] Body Para. 2/6~In order, then, to understand the 426 1, 69 | Manich. i, 5, 7), there is no order of ~duration, but only of 427 1, 69 | duration, but ~merely in the order of nature. Agreeably, then, 428 1, 69 | Agreeably, then, to this order, the ~formation of the highest 429 1, 69 | writers [*Q[66], A[1]] an order of ~duration in the works 430 1, 69 | and one form another, in ~order of time. Nevertheless, they 431 1, 69 | the mass of waters without order. Thirdly, ~the formless 432 1, 69 | sort of distinction and order (so that water be understood 433 1, 69 | of those that precede, in order to show that higher and 434 1, 70 | cause precedes effect in the order of nature. The ~lights, 435 1, 70 | or by giving them the ~order and beauty due to them, 436 1, 70 | and ~years," that is, in order to distinguish them.~Aquin.: 437 1, 70 | touched upon by Moses, in order to withdraw his people from ~ 438 1, 70 | substance stands higher in the order of ~nature than one that 439 1, 70 | must be united to a body in order to ~exercise their functions. 440 1, 70 | not that the soul, in ~order to move the heavenly body, 441 1, 71 | generation of a higher order. For they bring forth living 442 1, 71 | perfect has precedence in ~the order of nature. Therefore fishes 443 1, 71 | above, (Q[70], A[1]), the order of the work of adornment 444 1, 71 | adornment corresponds to the order of the work of distinction. 445 1, 71 | abundant in quantity in order that ~the mingling may be 446 1, 71 | than with the other. But in order to include among fishes ~ 447 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The order in which the production 448 1, 71 | given ~has reference to the order of those bodies which they 449 1, 72 | their generation of a higher order, (yet some imperfect animals, 450 1, 72 | world conformably to the order designed, ~poisonous animals 451 1, 74 | days ~denotes the natural order of the things known, and 452 1, 74 | Augustine's explanation. In ~order, therefore, to be impartial, 453 1, 74 | which to work, ~but that due order might be observed in the 454 1, 74 | According to Augustine, the order of days refers to the ~natural 455 1, 74 | days refers to the ~natural order of the works attributed 456 1, 74 | were made, it is added, in order to remove that error, that ~ 457 1, 75 | soul must be a body in order to have knowledge of a body; 458 1, 75 | all bodies are formed in ~order to know all bodies.~Aquin.: 459 1, 75 | objects of the senses in order to perform its act of ~perception.~ 460 1, 76 | Third objections: ~since, in order that man may be able to 461 1, 76 | and imperfect; as in the order of things, the ~animate 462 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the order of forms depends on their 463 1, 76 | A[4] Body Para. 2/3~In order to make this evident, we 464 1, 76 | above (Q[55], A[2]) in the order of nature, holds the ~lowest 465 1, 76 | one which is chosen in order that the matter be suitable ~ 466 1, 76 | to substance, both in the order ~of time and in the order 467 1, 76 | order ~of time and in the order of reason, as the Philosopher 468 1, 76 | manner of acts in a ~certain order, what is absolutely first 469 1, 76 | consisting in ~composition and order, such as the form of a house; 470 1, 77 | Coelo ii, 12), the lowest order of things cannot acquire 471 1, 77 | which ~belong to a higher order acquire perfect goodness 472 1, 77 | powers of the soul there is order?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 473 1, 77 | would seem that there is no order among the powers of the ~ 474 1, 77 | Therefore there is no ~order among them.~Aquin.: SMT 475 1, 77 | of the soul, there is not order among ~them, because the 476 1, 77 | sound. Therefore there is no order among the ~powers of the 477 1, 77 | Further, where there is order among powers, we find that 478 1, 77 | conversely. Therefore there is no order ~among the powers of the 479 1, 77 | figures. But figures have an order among ~themselves. Therefore 480 1, 77 | powers of the soul have order.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 481 1, 77 | must proceed in a certain order; ~there must be some order 482 1, 77 | order; ~there must be some order among the powers of the 483 1, 77 | we may ~observe a triple order among them, two of which 484 1, 77 | third is taken from the ~order of the objects. Now the 485 1, 77 | two ways; according to the order of nature, forasmuch as 486 1, 77 | things; and according to ~the order of generation and time; 487 1, 77 | according to the first kind of order ~among the powers, the intellectual 488 1, 77 | powers are prior in this order to the powers of the nutritive ~ 489 1, 77 | 2~In the second kind of order, it is the other way about. 490 1, 77 | But ~in the third kind of order, certain sensitive powers 491 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This order among the powers of the 492 1, 77 | various acts in a certain order) and on the part of ~the 493 1, 77 | those powers among ~which order of the third kind exists. 494 1, 77 | the two ~other kinds of order exist are such that the 495 1, 77 | naturally, in ~a certain order; or again if there be diversity 496 1, 77 | powers proceed; both because ~order exists among these powers; 497 1, 77 | according to a ~natural order, as the first is the cause 498 1, 77 | there ~are several kinds of order. Therefore one power of 499 1, 77 | precede the others, in the order of ~perfection and nature, 500 1, 77 | precede the ~others in the order of generation, for the animal


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