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1 1, 1 | revelation. So that in this way, sacred doctrine ~bears, 2 1, 1 | A man may judge in one way by ~inclination, as whoever 3 1, 1 | human acts. In ~another way, by knowledge, just as a 4 1, 1 | accidents ~but as in some way related to Him.~Aquin.: 5 1, 1 | authors have not erred in any way ~in writing them. But other 6 1, 2 | Christ, Who as man, is our way to ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 7 1, 2 | truth itself: "I am the way, the truth, and the life" ( 8 1, 2 | in a general and confused way is ~implanted in us by nature, 9 1, 2 | first and more manifest way is the argument from motion. 10 1, 2 | respect and ~in the same way a thing should be both mover 11 1, 2 | Body Para. 3/6~The second way is from the nature of the 12 1, 2 | Body Para. 4/6~The third way is taken from possibility 13 1, 2 | Body Para. 5/6~The fourth way is taken from the gradation 14 1, 2 | Body Para. 6/6~The fifth way is taken from the governance 15 1, 2 | nearly always, in the ~same way, so as to obtain the best 16 1, 3 | 7) Whether He is in any way composite, or wholly simple?~( 17 1, 3 | necessity be in act, and in no way in potentiality. For ~although 18 1, 3 | living thing: "I am the way, the truth, and the life" ( 19 1, 3 | we indicate the composite way ~in which our intellect 20 1, 3 | of habit. But in neither ~way is God in a genus. That 21 1, 3 | property of existing in this way - namely, of existing of 22 1, 3 | absolute being, He can be in no way composite. Hilary implies 23 1, 3 | whatever things exist, in no way differing from each ~other, 24 1, 3 | matter exist, and in no way ~differ from each other. 25 1, 4 | actuality, whether this be by way of perfection or not.~Aquin.: 26 1, 4 | pre-exist in a ~more imperfect way, since matter as such is 27 1, 4 | imperfect, but in a more perfect way. Since ~therefore God is 28 1, 4 | in God in a more eminent way. Dionysius implies ~the 29 1, 4 | perfect likeness. In another way, we speak of things as alike 30 1, 4 | imperfect ~likeness. In a third way some things are said to 31 1, 4 | the effect must in some way resemble the form of the 32 1, 4 | is common to all. In this way all created things, ~so 33 1, 5 | this, that it is in some way desirable. Hence the ~Philosopher 34 1, 5 | thing absolutely in the same way. Since being properly signifies 35 1, 5 | only relatively. In this way, therefore, viewed in its ~ 36 1, 5 | actuality and is in some way perfect; since every act 37 1, 5 | is perfect; ~for in that way only is it desirable (as 38 1, 6 | Him ~in a most excellent way; and therefore He is called 39 1, 6 | the same genus are in no way comparable to ~each other 40 1, 6 | things are called good by way of participation.~Aquin.: 41 1, 6 | it participates in it by way ~of a certain assimilation 42 1, 7 | what is here in such a way as not to be elsewhere, 43 1, 7 | which is a thing in such a way ~as not to be another thing, 44 1, 7 | finite. Now matter is in a way made finite by form, and 45 1, 7 | absolutely finite, and in no way infinite. If, however, any 46 1, 7 | intellect extends itself in ~a way to infinite things, is because 47 1, 7 | infinite time. In this way they said that there can 48 1, 8 | twofold sense; either by way of other things - i.e. as 49 1, 8 | place ~are in place; or by a way proper to place; and thus 50 1, 8 | both these senses, in some way God is in every place; and ~ 51 1, 8 | continuous; and in this way incorporeal substances, ~ 52 1, 8 | to a great one, in this way it is ~in one or in many 53 1, 8 | not ~properly described by way of essence, presence and 54 1, 8 | certain persons in a special way by grace, it seems that ~ 55 1, 8 | thing in two ways; in one way ~after the manner of an 56 1, 8 | created by Him; in another way he is in things as the object 57 1, 8 | desiring. In this second way God is especially in the ~ 58 1, 8 | a thing is said to be by way of substance or essence 59 1, 8 | heavens; and in the same ~way it feels in the heavens; 60 1, 9 | moves ~itself is in some way mutable. But, as Augustine 61 1, 9 | Therefore God is in some way mutable.~Aquin.: SMT FP 62 1, 9 | everything which is in ~any way changed, is in some way 63 1, 9 | way changed, is in some way in potentiality. Hence it 64 1, 9 | impossible for God to be in any way changeable. Secondly, because ~ 65 1, 9 | previously. Hence movement in no way belongs to Him. So, some 66 1, 9 | there speaks in a similar way to Plato, who said ~that 67 1, 9 | Wisdom is called mobile by way of similitude, according 68 1, 9 | from the divine wisdom by way of some kind ~of imitation, 69 1, 9 | artist. And so in the same ~way, inasmuch as the similitude 70 1, 9 | touches the earth. In this way Dionysius (Coel. Hier. i) ~ 71 1, 9 | every creature ~is in some way mutable. Be it known therefore 72 1, 9 | them to nothing. In this way therefore, by the power ~ 73 1, 9 | power for being, in that way all creatures are not ~mutable, 74 1, 9 | their end; and ~in that way there is in them a mutability 75 1, 10 | knowledge of simple things by way of ~compound things, so 76 1, 10 | that is, no term ~either way); secondly, because eternity 77 1, 10 | things are usually defined by way of negation; as "a ~point 78 1, 10 | eternity to some in the same way as He communicates His immutability.~ 79 1, 10 | eternal, as if He were in any way measured; but the idea of ~ 80 1, 10 | immutability from God in the way ~of never ceasing to exist; 81 1, 10 | annexed to change. ~In this way time has "before" and "after"; 82 1, 10 | measured by time, is in some ~way the cause of all movement. 83 1, 11 | which ~exists is not in some way one," which would be false 84 1, 11 | prevent a thing which in one way is ~divided, from being 85 1, 11 | divided, from being another way undivided; as what is divided 86 1, 11 | be that a thing is in one way ~"one," and in another way " 87 1, 11 | way ~"one," and in another way "many." Still, if it is 88 1, 11 | principle. Hence in that way, being is divided by "one" 89 1, 11 | unless it were in some way ~contained under "one." 90 1, 11 | multitude that is not in a way one. But what are ~many 91 1, 11 | multitude" is in ~a certain way "one," as appears from the 92 1, 11 | opposed to "multitude" by way of privation; as the undivided 93 1, 11 | accidental being. In the same way, ~what is relatively good 94 1, 11 | are undivided, in which way they are opposed to multitude; 95 1, 11 | opposed to "one"; in another way as importing some kind of 96 1, 11 | itself, but according to our way of apprehension. For ~we 97 1, 11 | there ~could not in that way be many men. Now this belongs 98 1, 11 | Therefore, in ~the very same way God is God, and He is this 99 1, 11 | inasmuch as they are in some way ~one. Since therefore what 100 1, 11 | apprehension, He is known to us by way only of privation and ~remotion. 101 1, 11 | infinite; and in the same way it is said of God that He 102 1, 12 | God is ~Infinite in this way, and not in the first way: 103 1, 12 | way, and not in the first way: as appears from what was ~ 104 1, 12 | to its act; and in this way ~the created intellect can 105 1, 12 | thing seen is in ~a certain way in the seer. Now in corporeal 106 1, 12 | the superior can in no way be known;" as by the likeness 107 1, 12 | Now this cannot in any way be represented by any ~created 108 1, 12 | that ~sight cannot in any way know abstractedly what it 109 1, 12 | knows concretely; for ~in no way can it perceive a nature 110 1, 12 | being abstractedly, by ~way of a kind of resolution 111 1, 12 | understand in the ~same way as a habit makes a power 112 1, 12 | But He is only in one way. Therefore He will be seen ~ 113 1, 12 | will be seen ~by all in one way only; and therefore He will 114 1, 12 | intellect ~seeing Him not by way of similitude, but by His 115 1, 12 | comprehended; and in the same way, others ~also, whom he invites 116 1, 12 | comprehending; and thus in no way is God comprehended either 117 1, 12 | intellect, or in any other way; forasmuch as He is infinite 118 1, 12 | comprehension. And in this ~way "comprehension" is one of 119 1, 12 | when it is ~seen in such a way that nothing of it is hidden 120 1, 12 | than to see Him in such a way that not all things, but 121 1, 12 | his mind; and in the same way, when he actually ~saw the 122 1, 12 | object in two ways. In one way it is ~assimilated by the 123 1, 12 | known in itself. In another way when ~informed by a similitude 124 1, 12 | the object; and in this way, the ~knowledge is not of 125 1, 12 | inasmuch as He is ~not in any way part of what is caused by 126 1, 13 | Therefore God cannot in any way be named by us.~Aquin.: 127 1, 13 | their principle, and also by way ~of excellence and remotion. 128 1, 13 | excellence and remotion. In this way therefore He can be named 129 1, 13 | simple subsistences only by way of ~compound things, so 130 1, 13 | simple eternity only by ~way of temporal things, because 131 1, 13 | cause of ~bodies in the same way as He is the cause of good 132 1, 13 | would be ~said of Him by way of being taken in a secondary 133 1, 13 | more excellent and higher way. Hence it does not follow 134 1, 13 | in Him in a more eminent way than can be understood or ~ 135 1, 13 | to God metaphorically by way of similitude." Therefore 136 1, 13 | in God in a more eminent way than in creatures. Now our ~ 137 1, 13 | God to creatures in such a way that the imperfect way in ~ 138 1, 13 | a way that the imperfect way in ~which creatures receive 139 1, 13 | signification, but in a more eminent way. Hence ~Dionysius says also 140 1, 13 | inferior things. In the same way, as said in the preceding 141 1, 13 | not applied in the ~same way to God and to man. The same 142 1, 13 | animal body. And in this way ~some things are said of 143 1, 13 | places under the species by way of participation. ~Therefore 144 1, 13 | Him in a more excellent way. ~Hence as regards what 145 1, 13 | what it is; but ~only by way of eminence, and by way 146 1, 13 | way of eminence, and by way of causality, and of negation 147 1, 13 | communicable to many, but only by way of ~similitude; as for instance 148 1, 13 | idea; but only perhaps by way ~of similitude, as was said 149 1, 13 | opinion; just in the same ~way as this name "sun" would 150 1, 13 | but in some part of it by ~way of similitude; so that those 151 1, 13 | this name "God" in the same way when he says an idol is 152 1, 13 | idea; hence in a certain way they inform and determine 153 1, 13 | subject signify in some way the same thing in reality, ~ 154 1, 13 | itself, the same rule in some way applies, ~inasmuch as the 155 1, 14 | all these names; in such a way, however, that there must 156 1, 14 | existence, it is in a certain way diffused in it; and it returns 157 1, 14 | divine intellect, which is no way in potentiality, is not 158 1, 14 | of something; and in that way it understands itself by 159 1, 14 | speaking are to be taken by way of ~negation. But as God 160 1, 14 | if it is seen in such a way that nothing of it is ~hidden 161 1, 14 | not to be taken in such a way, as if God saw ~nothing 162 1, 14 | knowledge, but only in a general way. In God, however, it is 163 1, 14 | understood in two ways. In one way this adverb "so" imports 164 1, 14 | things whatsoever that in any way are. Now ~it is possible 165 1, 14 | pre-exist in God in a higher way, as is clear from the ~foregoing ( 166 1, 14 | species of man in a ~certain way knows infinite men; not 167 1, 14 | after part; and in this way the infinite cannot ~be 168 1, 14 | sitting down. In another way a contingent thing ~can 169 1, 14 | in its cause; and in this way it is considered ~as future, 170 1, 14 | once all travelling by the way. Hence what is known by 171 1, 14 | represents one thing in such a way as not to represent another. ~ 172 1, 14 | we must reduce to one by way of composition or ~division, 173 1, 14 | knew enunciable things by way of enunciation, by ~composition 174 1, 14 | knowledge of God is in ~every way perfect, He must know what 175 1, 15 | types of things. In the same way, an architect is said to ~ 176 1, 16 | intellect. ~In the same way natural things are said 177 1, 16 | not univocal. In the same way, the being of ~the thing, 178 1, 16 | to know truth. But in no way can sense know this. For 179 1, 16 | in two ways. In the ~one way so as to mean that being 180 1, 16 | this is true. In the other ~way, so as to mean that being 181 1, 16 | far as being is in some way ~perfect; for thus it is 182 1, 16 | Our Lord says, "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life" ~( 183 1, 16 | understood ~in two ways. In one way, as having in itself the 184 1, 16 | and ~always. In the other way as not having in itself 185 1, 16 | of the ~proposition in no way changes.~Aquin.: SMT FP 186 1, 16 | extremes. Hence in one way truth varies on the part 187 1, 16 | changed, and in another way, when the thing is changed, ~ 188 1, 16 | the opinion; and in either way there can be a change from 189 1, 16 | have truth ~in a special way, in so far as it indicates 190 1, 17 | that in two ways. In one way according to the thing signified, 191 1, 17 | becoming to it. In another way a ~thing can be called false, 192 1, 17 | can be called false, by way of cause - and thus a thing 193 1, 17 | what they are not." In this way a man is called false as ~ 194 1, 17 | invent ~them; for in this way many wise and learned persons 195 1, 17 | is not in them in such a way as that the senses ~know 196 1, 17 | three ways. In the first way, primarily and of its own ~ 197 1, 17 | place in two ways. In one way, by the intellect applying 198 1, 17 | of another. In another ~way, by composing a definition 199 1, 17 | contraries, and opposites by way of privation, are ~by nature 200 1, 18 | general sense. In either way is movement called the life, ~ 201 1, 18 | removing obstacles from their way. They do not therefore move ~ 202 1, 18 | life of virtue. In this way the contemplative life is ~ 203 1, 18 | a twofold sense. In one ~way, so far are they are held 204 1, 19 | in ~the one, in the same way the divine will is one and 205 1, 19 | be odd or even. In this way it is not ~necessary that 206 1, 19 | from the cause. In the same way, ~that God does not necessarily 207 1, 19 | operates ~in one and the same way unless it be prevented. 208 1, 19 | person who wills, in the same way as there is ~a cause of 209 1, 19 | to be hanged. In the same way God antecedently wills ~ 210 1, 19 | then the effect could in no way ~escape its order. And thus 211 1, 19 | to ~will a thing. In one way when that thing begins to 212 1, 19 | not so ~before. In another way when he knows for the first 213 1, 19 | said to have repented, by ~way of comparison with our mode 214 1, 19 | always works in the same way, if there is nothing to 215 1, 19 | that they are done in the way that He wills. Now God wills 216 1, 19 | another. Hence He in no way ~wills the evil of sin, 217 1, 19 | or not to be. In the same way we ourselves, without sin, 218 1, 19 | attributed to God. In the same way, what is usually with us 219 1, 19 | since "good happens ~in one way, but evil in all kinds of 220 1, 19 | his own person; in ~that way the expression of his will 221 1, 20 | will it good, in a twofold ~way anything may be loved more, 222 1, 20 | loved more, or less. In one way on the part of the ~act 223 1, 20 | or less intense. In this way God ~does not love some 224 1, 20 | always the same. In ~another way on the part of the good 225 1, 20 | for the ~beloved. In this way we are said to love that 226 1, 20 | not more intense. In this ~way we must needs say that God 227 1, 21 | creatures, and in either way God pays ~what is due. It 228 1, 21 | And although God in this way pays each thing its due, 229 1, 21 | knowledge of God. In this way too the ~idea of justice 230 1, 22 | over his family." In this way ~prudence or providence 231 1, 22 | the one place, in such a way ~that the one knows not 232 1, 22 | certain more excellent way than over the wicked; inasmuch 233 1, 22 | accordingly ~something by way of punishment or reward. 234 1, 22 | punishment or reward. In this way, the Apostle ~withdraws 235 1, 22 | effect, and that in the way foreseen; but they do not 236 1, 23 | government, is in a passive way in the thing governed, and 237 1, 23 | governed, and in an ~active way in the governor. Whence 238 1, 23 | this order is in ~a passive way in the predestined, but 239 1, 23 | our mind. In this latter way it is said ~that Eleazar " 240 1, 23 | actually exist; in ~whatsoever way destination is accepted.~ 241 1, 23 | deserted by grace. In this way, the word of the ~prophet 242 1, 23 | nothing which does not in some way share in His goodness, as 243 1, 23 | be sought for in the same way ~as was the reason of the 244 1, 23 | a twofold light - in one way, in particular; and thus 245 1, 23 | merit glory. ~In another way, the effect of predestination 246 1, 23 | predestination has in this way, in ~regard to its effect, 247 1, 23 | what is thine, and go thy way. Is it not lawful for me 248 1, 23 | what we merit, in a certain way is ~ours; and thus anyone 249 1, 23 | predestinate or ~not. But in this way the certainty of predestination 250 1, 23 | the ~gate, and broad the way that leadeth to destruction, 251 1, 23 | gate, and strait is the way that ~leadeth to life; and 252 1, 23 | will be saved (for in this way ~the number of drops of 253 1, 23 | say, which have in some way been ordained in ~perpetuity; 254 1, 23 | universe, but in a ~secondary way, inasmuch as the good of 255 1, 23 | certain to God; not only by way of knowledge, but also ~ 256 1, 23 | knowledge, but also ~by way of a principal pre-ordination.~ 257 1, 23 | the former, in no possible way can predestination be furthered 258 1, 23 | provided ~by God in such a way that natural causes are 259 1, 23 | predestined by God in such a way, that ~whatever helps that 260 1, 23 | another in two ways; in one ~way, inasmuch as he receives 261 1, 23 | of the Lord?" In another way one ~is said to be helped 262 1, 23 | through a servant. In this way God is helped by us; inasmuch 263 1, 24 | there not in a ~temporary way, but immovably, and indelibly.~ 264 1, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The way in which one is said to 265 1, 25 | active principle, and in no way ~whatsoever to be passive. 266 1, 25 | absolutely; which is the second way of ~saying a thing is possible. 267 1, 25 | gratuitously by God. In this way the divine omnipotence is 268 1, 25 | natural necessity in such way that as ~from the action 269 1, 25 | those things. ~Whence in no way at all is the present course 270 1, 25 | a confused ~and general way. The sentence would then 271 1, 25 | a most powerful and wise way. But a thing is so much 272 1, 25 | make the same thing in one way better than it is, and in ~ 273 1, 25 | than it is, and in ~another way not; as was explained above. 274 1, 26 | but in God, even in this way, it ~is an uncreated thing.~ 275 1, 27 | to local movement ~or by way of a cause proceeding forth 276 1, 27 | is to ~be understood by way of an intelligible emanation, 277 1, 27 | 2: Whatever proceeds by way of outward procession is ~ 278 1, 27 | and uniform procession by way of an ~intelligible act 279 1, 27 | only what ~proceeds by way of similitude. Hence a hair 280 1, 27 | that has which proceeds by way of a ~similitude. Nor will 281 1, 27 | should be a procession by way of similitude in the same 282 1, 27 | generation; for He proceeds by way of intelligible action, 283 1, 27 | above described): - by ~way of similitude, inasmuch 284 1, 27 | Prov. 8:24). ~In our way of understanding we use 285 1, 27 | procession in God is only by way of communication of the ~ 286 1, 27 | procession of the Word is by ~way of an intelligible operation. 287 1, 27 | generation. ~For what proceeds by way of likeness of nature among 288 1, 27 | what proceeds in God by way of love ~proceeds in the 289 1, 27 | what ~proceeds in God by way of love, proceeds as generated 290 1, 27 | is begotten and born by way of ~likeness, it seems becoming 291 1, 27 | that love should proceed by way of generation.~Aquin.: SMT 292 1, 27 | procession of the intellect is by way of ~similitude, and is called 293 1, 27 | procession of the will is not by way of similitude, ~but rather 294 1, 27 | similitude, ~but rather by way of impulse and movement 295 1, 27 | what proceeds in God by way of love, does not proceed 296 1, 27 | Likeness belongs in a different way to the word and to ~love. 297 1, 28 | divine generation proceeds by way of an intelligible ~word. 298 1, 28 | relation; but rather by way of relation to another.~ 299 1, 28 | intrinsically affixed, for, in ~this way, they signify a respect 300 1, 28 | the divine essence in no way ~distinct therefrom. But 301 1, 28 | God, yet not in the same way. What is contained in the 302 1, 28 | something else; as in the same way, if nothing more were ~contained 303 1, 28 | divine essence is in any way imperfect; for the ~divine 304 1, 28 | text 24), "It is the same way from Athens to ~Thebes, 305 1, 28 | to Athens." By the same way of reasoning there is ~the 306 1, 28 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The way from one term to another 307 1, 29 | nevertheless, in a certain special way, the individual belongs 308 1, 29 | more special and perfect way, the particular and the ~ 309 1, 29 | first substance; and in this way Boethius defines person.~ 310 1, 29 | substance; but in the usual way of speaking, it means the 311 1, 29 | but in a ~more excellent way; as other names also, which, 312 1, 29 | to signify ~relation by way of substance, and such a 313 1, 29 | such, but as expressed by way ~of a hypostasis. So likewise 314 1, 29 | relation not as such, but by way of a ~substance - which 315 1, 30 | number ~in Him is only in our way of understanding; forasmuch 316 1, 30 | Holy Ghost, who proceeds by way of love, as above explained. ~ 317 1, 30 | That which proceeds by way of intelligence, as word, ~ 318 1, 30 | also that which proceeds by way of ~nature; thus, as above 319 1, 30 | very same as generation by way of nature. But love, as ~ 320 1, 30 | substance of a man. In ~the same way, when we speak of many things, 321 1, 31 | another, differ in some way ~from one another. Therefore, 322 1, 31 | property is signified by way of form. Hence he says ~ 323 1, 31 | sense, it cannot in any way be joined to any ~term in 324 1, 31 | may be with him. In this way nothing prevents the term ~" 325 1, 31 | Father, is God." In this way Augustine expounds when 326 1, 31 | however, is not the usual way of speaking, ~unless we 327 1, 31 | other things. Hence such a way of speaking is ~not to be 328 1, 31 | taken according to the usual way of ~speaking in a distributive 329 1, 32 | Reason is employed in another way, not as furnishing a sufficient 330 1, 32 | explain them. In the first way, we can prove that God is 331 1, 32 | the like. In the second way, reasons avail to prove 332 1, 32 | of creation. In another way, and chiefly, that we may 333 1, 32 | names in God is not in any way repugnant to the divine 334 1, 32 | as God is related in one way to creatures, while creatures 335 1, 32 | manner of realities, but by way of certain ideas whereby 336 1, 32 | He ~is known in the same way as the Father is known, 337 1, 32 | opinions must be in some way ~erroneous. Therefore it 338 1, 33 | something proceeds in any way we call a ~principle; and 339 1, 33 | occasion of error. In this way, Hilary says (De Trin. ix): ~" 340 1, 33 | and of whom it is said by way of similitude.~Aquin.: SMT 341 1, 33 | the same nature; but by way of a certain likeness, which 342 1, 33 | known in two ways; in one way ~as the first "principle," 343 1, 33 | from itself; in another way, inasmuch as it is a "first" ~ 344 1, 33 | taken in many ways; in one way when a thing has not what 345 1, 33 | that He is ~not in any way derived from another; and 346 1, 33 | is not from ~another by way only of generation. In this 347 1, 34 | personal name, and in no way an essential name.~Aquin.: 348 1, 34 | is also used ~in a fourth way figuratively for that which 349 1, 34 | signified by the word ~either by way of assertion or of command.~ 350 1, 34 | Wise One; and in the same way It can be called ~"begotten 351 1, 34 | to be spoken in the same way as a word ~is spoken; whereas 352 1, 34 | is spoken; whereas in the way whereby a thing is spoken 353 1, 34 | proceeds from the Father, ~by way only of utterance; which 354 1, 34 | Who proceeds in ~God, by way of emanation of the intellect, 355 1, 34 | to the Son, in the same way as it ~belongs to Him to 356 1, 34 | his word, and so in that way the Holy Ghost may be called 357 1, 34 | Creator begotten; and in this ~way the name Word imports relation 358 1, 35 | proceeds from another by way of similitude. Therefore 359 1, 35 | the Holy Ghost is in no ~way an Image. But this is no 360 1, 35 | something in two ways. ~In one way it is found in something 361 1, 35 | found in his son. In another way it is found in ~something 362 1, 36 | Person, Who proceeds by way of love, this name "Holy ~ 363 1, 36 | divine person proceeds by way of the love whereby God 364 1, 36 | the one who proceeds by way of love, ~for the reason 365 1, 36 | but each in ~a different way; one by Birth, the other 366 1, 36 | the ~Son proceeds by the way of the intellect as Word, 367 1, 36 | and the Holy Ghost by ~way of the will as Love. Now 368 1, 36 | conception. Hence also ~in this way it is manifest that the 369 1, 36 | from the Father in such a ~way as that neither of them 370 1, 36 | Ghost originates in any way from the Son, we can conclude 371 1, 36 | Holy ~Ghost would in that way proceed from Himself, as 372 1, 36 | is, in one and the same way. But then it might be equally 373 1, 36 | power, which ~in a certain way signifies the nature with 374 1, 37 | processions in God, one by way of the intellect, which 375 1, 37 | the Word, and another by way of the will, which is the ~ 376 1, 37 | principle, of what ~proceeds by way of love, and "vice versa," 377 1, 37 | 14], A[4]), yet in such a way ~that in the agent itself 378 1, 37 | essentially, because in the ~same way we might say that "the Father 379 1, 37 | the Son." Therefore in no way is this ~proposition true: "' 380 1, 37 | proceeding from the form. In this way, therefore, we ~must say 381 1, 37 | notional ~sense; and in this way, we can say that the Father 382 1, 37 | the person produced, by way of love, which has relation 383 1, 37 | as it were in a secondary way, inasmuch as ~the divine 384 1, 38 | as we please: and in this way a divine person ~cannot 385 1, 38 | not, however, in such a way as ~to be able to enjoy 386 1, 38 | a gift ~must belong in a way to the giver. But the phrase, " 387 1, 38 | in several senses. In one way it means identity, as ~Augustine 388 1, 38 | so far as gift in this way signifies the ~possession 389 1, 38 | as being the Father's by way of identity.~Aquin.: SMT 390 1, 38 | because He proceeds ~by way of a word, whose nature 391 1, 39 | really, but only in our way of ~thinking; while as referred 392 1, 39 | person in God differ in our way of thinking, ~it follows 393 1, 39 | are named by us after the way of created ~things, as above 394 1, 39 | themselves, for in that ~way it knows them not; but in 395 1, 39 | knows them not; but in a way that belongs to things created. 396 1, 39 | substantives signify something by way ~of substance, while adjectives 397 1, 39 | adjectives signify something by way of accident, ~which adheres 398 1, 39 | essence is signified by way of a ~form, as above explained ( 399 1, 39 | when we consider the proper way of expressing ourselves, ~ 400 1, 39 | the person in a different way ~from that in which this 401 1, 39 | figurative or an ~emphatic way of speaking, so that it 402 1, 39 | however, is ~an inexact way of speaking, and to be avoided, 403 1, 39 | divine essence, in the same way as ~there exists distinction 404 1, 39 | must speak in a different way about each of them.~Aquin.: 405 1, 39 | every man. In the ~same way this proposition, "God is 406 1, 39 | essential attributes, ~in our way of understanding, are prior 407 1, 39 | essential ~attributes; in one way by similitude, and thus 408 1, 39 | the Son, Who proceeds by way of ~intellect, as Word. 409 1, 39 | intellect, as Word. In another way by dissimilitude; as power 410 1, 39 | the ~persons manifest by way of similitude, or dissimilitude, 411 1, 39 | person, according to our way of understanding; nevertheless, 412 1, 39 | to Jn. ~14:6, "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life"; 413 1, 39 | the Father in the same way as power. The preposition " 414 1, 39 | things ~in two ways: in one way by their similitudes; thus 415 1, 40 | paternity. In the same way, the other properties are 416 1, 40 | properties in God except in our way of speaking, as stated above ~( 417 1, 40 | origin" is signified by ~way of act, as "generation"; 418 1, 40 | generation"; and "relation" by way of the form, as ~"paternity."~ 419 1, 40 | intrinsic, but means the way from ~something, or to something; 420 1, 40 | generation signifies the way to a thing ~generated, and 421 1, 40 | nativity," signifies the way to a subsisting person, 422 1, 40 | understood, signifies the way to a person ~constituted 423 1, 40 | Reply OBJ 3: Nativity is the way to the person of the Son; 424 1, 41 | to be a man; and in this way it can be said that ~the 425 1, 41 | of ~causation, in such a way that nature is determined 426 1, 41 | things which may be this way or that way; ~whereas of 427 1, 41 | may be this way or that way; ~whereas of those things 428 1, 41 | which can be only in one way, the principle is ~nature. 429 1, 41 | the will of God is in a way, undetermined in itself, 430 1, 41 | Father, but not in the same way as man is born of man; for 431 1, 41 | principle, no ~matter in what way it is so, whether it be 432 1, 41 | intellectual nature. In this way, then, we say that ~the 433 1, 41 | Father and the Son. In this way ~Hilary expounds the sense 434 1, 41 | sense, but only after our way of understanding and speaking: 435 1, 42 | essence is signified by way of form. But agreement in ~ 436 1, 42 | OBJ 4: Nature in a certain way implies the idea of a principle, ~ 437 1, 42 | the Father, in the same way as it is in the Father ~ 438 1, 43 | also shown, so that in some way he begins to be present 439 1, 43 | there: either ~because in no way was he present before in 440 1, 43 | begins to be there in some way in which he was not there ~ 441 1, 43 | thing, as ~meaning in one way the procession of origin 442 1, 43 | sender, and as ~meaning a new way of existing in another; 443 1, 43 | not from another, in no way is it fitting for Him ~to 444 1, 43 | this person dwells in a new way within him and ~that He 445 1, 43 | appropriated in a certain way ~to the Son, those, namely, 446 1, 43 | was before, ~but in a new way, in which sense mission 447 1, 43 | visible mission takes place by way of union to a ~visible creature, 448 1, 43 | therefore, in a certain way has demonstrated ~Himself 449 1, 43 | show forth in some special way this or that ~person. For 450 1, 43 | whom the ~Church was in a way founded; in such a manner, 451 1, 44 | that every being in any way existing is ~from God. For 452 1, 44 | their being at all in any way. And thus ~it is necessary 453 1, 44 | same, but in a different way respectively. For the impression ~ 454 1, 45 | matter of being, nor in ~any way its cause. Therefore to 455 1, 45 | speak of creation in ~that way here, but as it is described 456 1, 45 | nothing. But in the first way this ~preposition "from" [ 457 1, 45 | before only ~according to our way of understanding, so that 458 1, 45 | A[1]). We use a similar way of speaking when we say 459 1, 45 | Hier. ~iv, x). In this way even in heaven there is 460 1, 45 | representation of the Trinity by way of ~image, inasmuch as there 461 1, 45 | persons are also in some way the ~cause and type of creation; 462 1, 45 | by a separate ~agent by way of creation; and accordingly, 463 1, 46 | ancients, which is not the way of a ~demonstrator, but 464 1, 46 | conclusion follows either way, except ~that matter and 465 1, 46 | must be taken in the same way as in movement. Now, granted ~ 466 1, 46 | certain hardly intelligible way it was always made. "And ~ 467 1, 46 | thing is created in such a way that it was not ~being created 468 1, 48 | relation to sweet. ~And in this way good and evil are said to 469 1, 48 | threefold sense. In one way, ~formally, as when we say 470 1, 48 | being is ~twofold. In one way it is considered as signifying 471 1, 48 | other privation. In this way even evil can be called 472 1, 48 | not to be considered by ~way of subtraction, as diminution 473 1, 48 | quantity, but rather by way of ~remission, as diminution 474 1, 48 | also is twofold. ~In one way it occurs by the subtraction 475 1, 48 | of the body. In another way ~evil exists by the withdrawal 476 1, 48 | good, is found in a special way in rational creatures which 477 1, 48 | of both of these in some way, both ~by fault and by pain; 478 1, 49 | that every evil in some way has a cause. ~For evil is 479 1, 49 | is the cause of evil by way of the material ~cause was 480 1, 49 | however, has a cause by way of an agent, not directly, 481 1, 49 | is true ~that evil in no way has any but an accidental 482 1, 49 | supreme evil, in the same way as it is said to be good 483 1, 50 | spiritual things, in the same way as the form of quantity 484 1, 50 | composite things; and in this way also it apprehends God ~( 485 1, 50 | receive the form in the same way; otherwise the opinion of 486 1, 50 | intellect. Hence such a way of receiving is not that 487 1, 50 | heavenly ones, so that in some way the ~shedding form of the 488 1, 50 | perfect than air: and in this way the angels are diversified ~ 489 1, 51 | things sensible, ~in the same way by Divine power sensible 490 1, 51 | bringing them on the way"; and when Tobias said to 491 1, 51 | 7,8): "Knowest thou the way that leadeth to the city 492 1, 51 | Consequently it can ~in no way be said that the angels 493 1, 51 | they are here in such a way as not to be elsewhere which 494 1, 52 | be in a place in such a way that it is applied to such 495 1, 52 | contained by it. In the same way an angel is said to be in 496 1, 52 | the place immediately by way of a perfect container, 497 1, 52 | not in a place in the same way; ~hence the conclusion does 498 1, 53 | another's need. In this way, because of our need, the ~ 499 1, 54 | shown to be living. In this way the Philosopher says that 500 1, 54 | are to be understood by ~way of similitude. Because,


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