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1 1, 1 | which has been built up by human reason. Therefore it is 2 1, 1 | philosophical science built up by ~human reason. Firstly, indeed, 3 1, 1 | certain truths which exceed human reason should ~be made known 4 1, 1 | truths ~about God which human reason could have discovered, 5 1, 1 | corporeal creatures and human morality. But these belong 6 1, 1 | science is concerned with human ~operations; as moral science 7 1, 1 | science is concerned with human acts, and ~architecture 8 1, 1 | divine things than with human acts; though it does ~treat 9 1, 1 | from the natural light of human reason, ~which can err; 10 1, 1 | their sublimity transcend human reason; while other sciences ~ 11 1, 1 | but to the weakness of human ~intelligence; yet the slenderest 12 1, 1 | doctrine is wisdom above all human wisdom; not ~merely in any 13 1, 1 | Again, in the order of all human life, the ~prudent man is 14 1, 1 | principles not from any human ~knowledge, but from the 15 1, 1 | the measure and rule of human acts. In ~another way, by 16 1, 1 | such as creatures and human morality. Therefore God 17 1, 1 | in those things of ~which human reason brings its own experience." 18 1, 1 | Although arguments from human reason cannot avail to prove ~ 19 1, 1 | from authority based on human reason is the ~weakest, 20 1, 1 | doctrine makes use even of human reason, not, ~indeed, to 21 1, 2 | one ~principle which is human reason, or will. Therefore 22 1, 2 | higher cause other than ~human reason or will, since these 23 1, 5 | division properly concerns human goodness. But if we ~consider 24 1, 8 | may be considered from ~human affairs. A king, for example, 25 1, 10 | in the case especially of human souls. Therefore there is 26 1, 12 | exercising the functions of human life, we do not ~believe 27 1, 12 | in His essence by a mere human being, ~except he be separated 28 1, 12 | The weak eye ~of the human mind is not fixed on that 29 1, 12 | 2~Now in both of these, human knowledge is assisted by 30 1, 12 | sometimes also the images in the human ~imagination are divinely 31 1, 13 | is like the beauty of the human smile by proportionate ~ 32 1, 13 | reality, or in idea; as human ~nature is common to many 33 1, 13 | Gods not ~in nature, but in human opinion." Nevertheless this 34 1, 14 | more immaterial than the human intellect. Now the human ~ 35 1, 14 | human intellect. Now the human ~intellect by reason of 36 1, 14 | accidentally in ~so far as it is human.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 37 1, 17 | artificial things on the human. Wherefore artificial ~things 38 1, 18 | mind, because it belongs to human nature to be material, which, 39 1, 19 | 13], A[3]). ~When certain human passions are predicated 40 1, 20 | is better than the whole human race, being ~God and man. 41 1, 20 | and man. But God loved the human race more than He loved 42 1, 20 | than He loves the whole ~human race, but more than He loves 43 1, 20 | for the salvation ~of the human race; rather did He become 44 1, 20 | Reply OBJ 2: God loves the human nature assumed by the Word 45 1, 20 | Godhead. But ~speaking of human nature in general, and comparing 46 1, 20 | therefore did not assume human nature ~because He loved 47 1, 21 | truth. Thus we also ~in human affairs speak of the truth 48 1, 22 | virtue to his own use. Hence human providence does ~not reach 49 1, 22 | to divine providence. For human providence ~is included 50 1, 22 | care of divine providence human ~affairs concerning which 51 1, 22 | third providence, over ~human affairs, he assigned to 52 1, 22 | providence binds together human acts and fortunes by ~the 53 1, 23 | predetermine it all." But human merit and demerit are in 54 1, 23 | exceeds the faculty of human nature. Whence they cannot 55 1, 23 | consider the whole of the human race, as we consider the 56 1, 24 | according to a comparison with human affairs. For it is usual 57 1, 24 | glory is an end exceeding human nature, as said above (Q[ 58 1, 25 | whatever is subject to human power is said to be possible 59 1, 27 | Reply OBJ 2: The act of human understanding in ourselves 60 1, 29 | excluded from person; for the human ~nature in Christ is not 61 1, 29 | The soul is a part of the human species; and so, although ~ 62 1, 29 | this particular man is a ~human natural thing. As it underlies 63 1, 29 | in that nature: thus in human nature it signifies this ~ 64 1, 29 | meaning of a particular human person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 65 1, 29 | that of an angelic or of a human person, the ~word "person" 66 1, 30 | therefore ~resolve that even in human affairs this name "person" 67 1, 30 | both because neither in human affairs is the community 68 1, 31 | common nature. ~Hence also in human affairs, if we ask, Who 69 1, 32 | invisible things, that exceed human reason; wherefore the ~Apostle 70 1, 32 | concerning the salvation of the human race, accomplished by the 71 1, 32 | itself, and therefore, our human intellect apprehends and ~ 72 1, 33 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In human nature the word is not a 73 1, 36 | or in reference to the human nature of Christ, by reason ~ 74 1, 39 | the three "supposita" of human nature there are three ~ 75 1, 39 | unity or community of the human nature, however, is not 76 1, 39 | stand for the universal ~human nature. So it is false to 77 1, 39 | verified of any particular human subject. On the contrary, 78 1, 39 | prefigured the delivery of the human race accomplished by ~the 79 1, 41 | man; for a part of the ~human substance in generation 80 1, 41 | like his begetter in his human ~nature, in virtue of which 81 1, 42 | conception, remove pain ~and all human shortcomings, then every 82 1, 42 | be understood of Christ's human nature, ~wherein He is less 83 1, 42 | referred to Christ in His ~human nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 84 1, 43 | of creature - namely, the human nature. Therefore if the 85 1, 43 | explained as regards His human nature, by reason of which ~ 86 1, 45 | man cannot be the cause of human nature ~absolutely, because 87 1, 45 | but he is the ~cause of human nature being in the man 88 1, 45 | individual man participates human nature, so every created 89 1, 46 | therefore an ~infinite number of human souls would actually now 90 1, 46 | like movement. Such is the human intellect, but not the ~ 91 1, 50 | we were to maintain ~that human nature is a separate substance 92 1, 51 | Even so it belongs to the human soul to be united to a body, 93 1, 51 | Word of God would take a human body; ~because all the apparitions 94 1, 51 | sounds in the air like to human voices.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 95 1, 55 | substances - that ~is to say, human souls - have a power of 96 1, 56 | iii, text. 4), that if the human intellect ~were to have 97 1, 56 | every color. But as the human intellect is ~disposed for 98 1, 57 | regarding the salvation of the human race, still the apostles 99 1, 58 | higher can do. But ~the human intellect can syllogize, 100 1, 58 | the lower, namely, the ~human, intellects obtain their 101 1, 58 | of first principles. But human souls which acquire knowledge 102 1, 59 | however, considered as ~a human virtue, deals with the desires 103 1, 59 | temperance, in so far as it is a human virtue, resides in the ~ 104 1, 60 | of the reason; but only human choice. Consequently the ~ 105 1, 62 | both ~the angelic and the human nature. It remains, then, 106 1, 63 | pleasure in all sorts of human sins, ~so far as these are 107 1, 63 | possessions which serve the use of human life, and which can be estimated 108 1, 64 | proportion not only of the human intellect, but even of the ~ 109 1, 66 | corporeal, not only in the human body ~to be glorified, but 110 1, 68 | authority than the most exalted human intellect. ~Hence, whatever 111 1, 75 | a body?~(2) Whether the human soul is a subsistence?~( 112 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the human soul is something subsistent?~ 113 1, 75 | It would seem that the human soul is not something subsistent. ~ 114 1, 75 | the ~body. Therefore the human soul is not something subsistent.~ 115 1, 75 | Therefore the nature of the human intellect is not ~only incorporeal, 116 1, 75 | conclude, therefore, that ~the human soul, which is called the 117 1, 75 | second. Therefore, as the human ~soul is a part of human 118 1, 75 | human ~soul is a part of human nature, it can indeed be 119 1, 75 | subsistent; just as the human ~intellectual soul is subsistent.~ 120 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the human soul is a substance. But 121 1, 75 | person; and it can only be a human person. Therefore ~the soul 122 1, 75 | the soul is man; for a human person is a man.~Aquin.: 123 1, 75 | since it is a part of the human species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 124 1, 75 | matter. Therefore, since the human soul is, after ~a manner, 125 1, 75 | understanding; it seems that the human soul must ~participate of 126 1, 75 | the specific notion of the human soul ~inasmuch as it is 127 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the human soul is incorruptible?~Aquin.: 128 1, 75 | It would seem that the human soul is corruptible. For 129 1, 75 | corruptible. Therefore, ~also, the human soul is corruptible.~Aquin.: 130 1, 75 | says (Div. Nom. iv) that human souls owe to ~Divine goodness 131 1, 75 | principle which we ~call the human soul is incorruptible. For 132 1, 75 | self-subsistent, ~whereas the human soul is; so that the souls 133 1, 75 | are corrupted; while the human soul could not be ~corrupted 134 1, 75 | not only as regards the human soul, but also as regards 135 1, 75 | of the body; whereas the human ~soul is produced by God. 136 1, 75 | Archon iii, 5) held that human souls and ~angels are all 137 1, 76 | operation is the form of the human body. For that whereby ~ 138 1, 76 | shown from the nature of the human species. For ~the nature 139 1, 76 | vegetative soul. Now the human soul is the highest and 140 1, 76 | the body, and the ~term of human generation. And so the Philosopher 141 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The human soul, by reason of its perfection, 142 1, 76 | forms. For this reason the human soul retains its own ~existence 143 1, 76 | its proper ~place; so the human soul retains its proper 144 1, 76 | within one ~species. But the human soul is an immaterial substance; 145 1, 76 | Therefore ~there are not many human souls in one species. But 146 1, 76 | removed. ~Therefore, if human souls were multiplied according 147 1, 76 | say that there are many human souls, I should laugh at 148 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the human body is a mixed body. Now 149 1, 76 | forms. Therefore in the human body there are other ~substantial 150 1, 76 | saying ~that before sin the human body was incorruptible. 151 1, 76 | because before sin the human body was immortal not by ~ 152 1, 76 | the soul ~is united to the human body by means of a body.~ 153 1, 76 | body. But each part of the human body is not an organic body. 154 1, 77 | possible; therefore the human soul requires ~many and 155 1, 77 | yet another reason why the human soul abounds in a variety 156 1, 39 | the three "supposita" of human nature there are three ~ 157 1, 39 | unity or community of the human nature, however, is not 158 1, 39 | stand for the universal ~human nature. So it is false to 159 1, 39 | verified of any particular human subject. On the contrary, 160 1, 39 | prefigured the delivery of the human race accomplished by ~the 161 1, 41 | man; for a part of the ~human substance in generation 162 1, 41 | like his begetter in his human ~nature, in virtue of which 163 1, 42 | conception, remove pain ~and all human shortcomings, then every 164 1, 42 | be understood of Christ's human nature, ~wherein He is less 165 1, 42 | referred to Christ in His ~human nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 166 1, 43 | of creature - namely, the human nature. Therefore if the 167 1, 43 | explained as regards His human nature, by reason of which ~ 168 1, 46 | man cannot be the cause of human nature ~absolutely, because 169 1, 46 | but he is the ~cause of human nature being in the man 170 1, 46 | individual man participates human nature, so every created 171 1, 47 | therefore an ~infinite number of human souls would actually now 172 1, 47 | like movement. Such is the human intellect, but not the ~ 173 1, 51 | we were to maintain ~that human nature is a separate substance 174 1, 52 | Even so it belongs to the human soul to be united to a body, 175 1, 52 | Word of God would take a human body; because all the apparitions 176 1, 52 | sounds in the air like to human voices.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 177 1, 56 | substances - that ~is to say, human souls - have a power of 178 1, 57 | iii, text. 4), that if the human intellect ~were to have 179 1, 57 | every color. But as the human intellect is ~disposed for 180 1, 58 | regarding the salvation of the human race, still the apostles 181 1, 59 | higher can do. But ~the human intellect can syllogize, 182 1, 59 | the lower, namely, the ~human, intellects obtain their 183 1, 59 | of ~first principles. But human souls which acquire knowledge 184 1, 60 | however, considered as ~a human virtue, deals with the desires 185 1, 60 | temperance, in so far as it is a human virtue, resides in the ~ 186 1, 61 | of the reason; but only human choice. Consequently the ~ 187 1, 63 | both ~the angelic and the human nature. It remains, then, 188 1, 64 | pleasure in all sorts of human sins, ~so far as these are 189 1, 64 | possessions which serve the use of human life, and which can be estimated 190 1, 65 | proportion not only of the human intellect, but even of the ~ 191 1, 67 | corporeal, not only in the human body ~to be glorified, but 192 1, 69 | authority than the most exalted human intellect. ~Hence, whatever 193 1, 74 | a body?~(2) Whether the human soul is a subsistence?~( 194 1, 74 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the human soul is something subsistent?~ 195 1, 74 | It would seem that the human soul is not something subsistent. ~ 196 1, 74 | the ~body. Therefore the human soul is not something subsistent.~ 197 1, 74 | Therefore the nature of the human intellect is not ~only incorporeal, 198 1, 74 | conclude, therefore, that ~the human soul, which is called the 199 1, 74 | second. Therefore, as the human ~soul is a part of human 200 1, 74 | human ~soul is a part of human nature, it can indeed be 201 1, 74 | subsistent; just as the human ~intellectual soul is subsistent.~ 202 1, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the human soul is a substance. But 203 1, 74 | person; and it can only be a human person. Therefore ~the soul 204 1, 74 | the soul is man; for a human person is a man.~Aquin.: 205 1, 74 | since it is a part of the human species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 206 1, 74 | matter. Therefore, since the human soul is, after ~a manner, 207 1, 74 | understanding; it seems that the human soul must ~participate of 208 1, 74 | the specific notion of the human soul ~inasmuch as it is 209 1, 74 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the human soul is incorruptible?~Aquin.: 210 1, 74 | It would seem that the human soul is corruptible. For 211 1, 74 | corruptible. Therefore, ~also, the human soul is corruptible.~Aquin.: 212 1, 74 | says (Div. Nom. iv) that human souls owe to ~Divine goodness 213 1, 74 | principle which we ~call the human soul is incorruptible. For 214 1, 74 | self-subsistent, ~whereas the human soul is; so that the souls 215 1, 74 | are corrupted; while the human soul could not be ~corrupted 216 1, 74 | not only as regards the human soul, but also as regards 217 1, 74 | of the body; whereas the human ~soul is produced by God. 218 1, 74 | Archon iii, 5) held that human souls and ~angels are all 219 1, 75 | operation is the form of the human body. For that whereby ~ 220 1, 75 | shown from the nature of the human species. For ~the nature 221 1, 75 | vegetative soul. Now the human soul is the highest and 222 1, 75 | the body, and the ~term of human generation. And so the Philosopher 223 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The human soul, by reason of its perfection, 224 1, 75 | forms. For this reason the human soul retains its own ~existence 225 1, 75 | its proper ~place; so the human soul retains its proper 226 1, 75 | within one ~species. But the human soul is an immaterial substance; 227 1, 75 | Therefore ~there are not many human souls in one species. But 228 1, 75 | removed. ~Therefore, if human souls were multiplied according 229 1, 75 | say that there are many human souls, I should laugh at 230 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the human body is a mixed body. Now 231 1, 75 | forms. Therefore in the human body there are other ~substantial 232 1, 75 | saying ~that before sin the human body was incorruptible. 233 1, 75 | because before sin the human body was immortal not by ~ 234 1, 75 | the soul ~is united to the human body by means of a body.~ 235 1, 75 | body. But each part of the human body is not an organic body. 236 1, 76 | possible; therefore the human soul requires ~many and 237 1, 76 | yet another reason why the human soul abounds in a variety 238 1, 78 | have said above. But the human intellect, which is the 239 1, 78 | immovable and perfect. Now the human soul is called intellectual 240 1, 78 | necessary to assign ~to the human soul some power participating 241 1, 78 | intellect, by ~which power the human soul makes things actually 242 1, 78 | is more perfect than the human soul. ~Wherefore we must 243 1, 78 | A[7]). Wherefore the ~human soul derives its intellectual 244 1, 78 | universal cause, from which ~the human soul derives a particular 245 1, 78 | not multiplied in the many human ~bodies, but is one for 246 1, 78 | action belonging to the human species. Wherefore all men 247 1, 78 | at rest; hence it is that human ~reasoning, by way of inquiry 248 1, 78 | fro that which is in the human reason, but is compared 249 1, 78 | reason alone belongs to the human race, as intelligence alone ~ 250 1, 83 | Essence: but neither the human soul nor the angels can ~ 251 1, 83 | its nature; whereas the human intellect is in ~potentiality 252 1, 83 | themselves, and are known to the human soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] 253 1, 83 | question is asked: Does the human soul know all ~things in 254 1, 83 | must needs say that ~the human soul knows all things in 255 1, 83 | the proper object of the human intellect, ~which is united 256 1, 84 | themselves or in God. But ~the human intellect holds a middle 257 1, 84 | the immateriality of the human intellect, ~and not its 258 1, 84 | mode of ~existence as the human intellect, and therefore 259 1, 84 | distinguish all that ~belongs to human nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 260 1, 84 | 1/2~I answer that, The human intellect must of necessity 261 1, 84 | degrees: ~so likewise the human intellect does not acquire 262 1, 84 | reasoning. ~Therefore the human intellect knows by composition, 263 1, 84 | the proper object of the ~human intellect is the quiddity 264 1, 85 | the objects of which ~are human actions subject to free-will; 265 1, 85 | time are singular, and the human intellect knows ~them by 266 1, 85 | when by Divine power the human intellect is ~enlightened 267 1, 85 | may be ~known rather from human movements directed by reason. 268 1, 86 | Further, both angels and human souls belong to the genus 269 1, 86 | Therefore likewise does the human soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] 270 1, 86 | De Anima iii, 4). But the human mind is void ~of matter, 271 1, 86 | object are the same in the human mind; ~and therefore the 272 1, 86 | mind; ~and therefore the human mind understands itself 273 1, 86 | their likenesses. Now the human intellect is only a potentiality 274 1, 86 | Therefore in its essence the human mind is potentially ~understanding. 275 1, 86 | participates. If, therefore, the human intellect, as the Platonists 276 1, 86 | consider the ~nature of the human mind from knowledge of the 277 1, 86 | through itself: not so the human mind, which is either altogether 278 1, 86 | intellect in ~act. So the human intellect, which becomes 279 1, 86 | yet another, namely, the human ~intellect, which neither 280 1, 86 | which is first known ~by the human intellect is an object of 281 1, 86 | The intelligent act of the human intellect is not the act ~ 282 1, 87 | Out. Para. 1/1 - HOW THE HUMAN SOUL KNOWS WHAT IS ABOVE 283 1, 87 | must now consider how the human soul knows what is above 284 1, 87 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the human soul in the present state 285 1, 87 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the human soul in the present state 286 1, 87 | It would seem that the human soul in the present state 287 1, 87 | substances. Therefore the human mind understands immaterial 288 1, 87 | is known by like. But the human mind is more akin ~to immaterial 289 1, 87 | substances cannot be known by human investigation.~Aquin.: SMT 290 1, 87 | Coel. Hier. ~i) that "the human mind cannot be raised up 291 1, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the human soul belongs to the genus 292 1, 87 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The human soul understands itself 293 1, 87 | first object known by the human mind?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] 294 1, 87 | first object known by the human ~mind. For that object in 295 1, 87 | I answer that, Since the human intellect in the present 296 1, 88 | principle." ~But by death all human interior principles are 297 1, 88 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the human soul is hindered from understanding 298 1, 88 | that in the ~natural order human souls hold the lowest place 299 1, 88 | substances, it would follow that human knowledge, so far from ~ 300 1, 88 | to make it ~possible for human souls to possess perfect 301 1, 88 | being an essential part of human ~nature; and every part 302 1, 88 | Now it is evident that human knowledge is not corrupted ~ 303 1, 89 | Therefore God and the human mind are the same. ~Aquin.: 304 1, 89 | A[2]; Q[84], A[6]), the human soul is sometimes in a state ~ 305 1, 89 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the human soul was produced before 306 1, 89 | It would seem that the human soul was made before the 307 1, 89 | and is naturally a part of human nature, the above supposition ~ 308 1, 89 | the soul, as ~a part of human nature, has its natural 309 1, 89 | 2]), we may say that the human soul preceded in the ~work 310 1, 90 | earthly bodies. But ~the human body has the greatest nobility; 311 1, 90 | subtlety. Therefore, since the human body is most noble, ~it 312 1, 90 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the human body is composed of the 313 1, 90 | it was fitting that ~the human body should be made of the 314 1, 90 | into the composition of the human body, ~as some say, who 315 1, 90 | also in quantity in the human body, they would entirely 316 1, 90 | less in quantity in the human body, as we have said; and ~ 317 1, 90 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the human body was immediately produced 318 1, 90 | It would seem that the human body was not produced by 319 1, 90 | through the angels." But the human body was made of ~corporeal 320 1, 90 | immediately by God. But the human body can be ~produced by 321 1, 90 | temperate regions. Therefore the human body was ~not necessarily 322 1, 90 | movement. Therefore, since the human ~body was produced from 323 1, 90 | corporeal body. ~Therefore the human body was produced by some 324 1, 90 | The first formation of the human body could not be by the ~ 325 1, 90 | be ~generated, the first human body was of necessity made 326 1, 90 | according to Augustine, ~the human body pre-existed in the 327 1, 90 | what lacks nothing. But the human body lacks ~more than the 328 1, 90 | is lacking. Therefore the human ~body is very imperfectly 329 1, 90 | the proximate end of the human body is the rational soul 330 1, 90 | that God fashioned the ~human body in that disposition 331 1, 90 | the disposition of the ~human body, it is well to observe 332 1, 90 | with the equability of the human ~temperament.~Aquin.: SMT 333 1, 90 | equability and softness of the human ~temperament. Therefore 334 1, 90 | Whether the production of the human body is fittingly described 335 1, 90 | that the production of the human body is not ~fittingly described 336 1, 90 | in Scripture. For, as the human body was made by God, ~so 337 1, 90 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the human body was made by God immediately, 338 1, 90 | Further, the form of the human body is the soul itself 339 1, 90 | since each is a part of human nature. This is ~especially 340 1, 91 | the other hand, as regards human nature in ~general, woman 341 1, 91 | have been wanting in the human family if ~some were not 342 1, 91 | principle ~of the whole human race. Wherefore Paul says 343 1, 91 | that "God made the whole ~human race from one" (Acts 17: 344 1, 91 | necessary as regards the human race, in which ~the male 345 1, 91 | Ethic. viii, ~12), the human male and female are united, 346 1, 91 | as the principle of the human race; just as the semen ~ 347 1, 91 | naturally begotten is the human semen of man or woman. Wherefore 348 1, 91 | matter an individual of the human species cannot naturally 349 1, 92 | the fact ~that the whole human soul is in the whole body, 350 1, 92 | the fact that the whole human soul is in the whole body, 351 1, 92 | more like to God than the human soul ~in its generic and 352 1, 92 | is an ~individual of the human species, it is clear that 353 1, 92 | image of God, it means that human nature was made a participator ~ 354 1, 92 | that the ~very shape of the human body represents the image 355 1, 92 | word and ~love; for in the human mind the species of a stone 356 1, 93 | answer that, The state of the human soul may be distinguished 357 1, 93 | intellectual operation itself, the ~human intellect can be known perfectly, 358 1, 93 | necessary for the direction ~of human life in that state. But 359 1, 93 | cannot be known by ~merely human effort, and which are not 360 1, 93 | necessary for the direction of ~human life, were not known by 361 1, 93 | it was impossible for the human intellect to assent to ~ 362 1, 94 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The human body was impassible in the 363 1, 94 | meeting with no obstacle in human nature: and in like manner, 364 1, 95 | bodily disparity. For the human body was not ~entirely exempt 365 1, 96 | as the principle of the human race, as the semen in man, 366 1, 97 | division of rights when the human race ~increased by generation. 367 1, 97 | the multiplication of the human race; ~otherwise man's sin 368 1, 97 | alone is the Creator of ~the human soul. Wherefore, to provide 369 1, 97 | the multiplication of the human ~race, He established the 370 1, 97 | the state of innocence the human body was in itself ~corruptible, 371 1, 97 | xvii) that in ~paradise the human race would have been multiplied 372 1, 98 | befitting to ~the principles of human nature that children should 373 1, 98 | impossible to find in the human ~limbs anything repugnant 374 1, 98 | will's commands. Now the human ~will is well ordered when 375 1, 98 | would have been unnatural in human ~generation. Therefore in 376 1, 98 | the ~multiplication of the human race. But the race would 377 1, 98 | established male and female in human nature, as it is written ( 378 1, 98 | belonging to the completeness of human nature ~would have been 379 1, 98 | belongs to the perfection of human nature. Therefore in the 380 1, 99 | conferred by God on the entire ~human nature. This is clear from 381 1, 99 | infused by God as soon as the human body is ~apt to receive 382 1, 99 | would have ~been the whole human race if neither they - that 383 1, 100 | 1/1~On the contrary, The human soul is naturally "like 384 1, 100 | instructor of the whole human race. Therefore he begot 385 1, 101 | Whether it is a place apt for human habitation?~(3) For what 386 1, 101 | not be a fit ~place for human dwelling, through being 387 1, 101 | and not ~attuned to the human temperament, as is the lower 388 1, 101 | from ~corruption. Now the human body may be corrupted from 389 1, 101 | force which preserved the human body from corruption. This 390 1, 101 | attributed to God, and not to human nature, God made man ~outside 391 1, 102 | individual things, or that even human affairs, were not ~subject 392 1, 102 | are guardians on earth ~of human actions. Therefore it seems 393 1, 104 | Therefore God ~moves the human intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 394 1, 104 | intelligible object moves our human intellect, so far ~as, in 395 1, 104 | proportionate; just as in human affairs to him that presides 396 1, 104 | example of this may be seen in human affairs. On the father of 397 1, 104 | goes backwards; or if a human body is glorified: ~such 398 1, 105 | the superior cause, as in human affairs ~the command of 399 1, 106 | to the patient, and in ~human speech the teacher is ordered 400 1, 106 | ordered to the agent, and in human speech the disciple to the 401 1, 107 | distinction between the human and the angelic hierarchy. 402 1, 107 | similar order may be seen ~in human affairs. For there are some 403 1, 107 | of the ~angels. For the human hierarchy is stationed beneath 404 1, 107 | the common law not only human affairs ~are administered 405 1, 107 | law they do not administer human affairs, "nor do ~they interfere 406 1, 108 | trial of the good; as in human affairs the judge's assessors 407 1, 108 | rule and measure of all human ~acts."~ 408 1, 109 | generally found both in human affairs and in ~natural 409 1, 109 | inferior bodies, except perhaps human souls; and this was ~because 410 1, 110 | angel can enlighten the human intellect?~(2) Whether he 411 1, 110 | A[1] Body Para. 3/3~The human intellect, however, cannot 412 1, 110 | On the other hand, the human intellect as the ~inferior, 413 1, 110 | above. Again, the more the ~human intellect is strengthened, 414 1, 110 | explained, enlightens the human ~intellect by means of the 415 1, 110 | addition to this mode the human will can be moved from without 416 1, 110 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The human intellect in its present 417 1, 110 | to the phantasms; but the human will can will something ~ 418 1, 110 | can be mingled with the human imagination, nor that the 419 1, 110 | natural power ~can move the human imagination. This may be 420 1, 110 | angelic spirit with the human ~imagination is not a mingling 421 1, 110 | an angel can change the human senses?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 422 1, 110 | angel cannot change the human senses. For the ~sensitive 423 1, 112 | regards things ~to be done human knowledge and affection 424 1, 112 | the ~guardianship of the human race belongs to the order 425 1, 112 | granted by God to the whole human ~race - namely the guardianship 426 1, 113 | suffice for ~the exercise of human weakness: but it does not 427 1, 113 | proneness to sin in the whole human race: and in this sense 428 1, 113 | cannot believe that the human body can receive ~the limbs 429 1, 113 | for whatever exceeds the ~human power and experience. And 430 1, 113 | for instance, that the human body be changed ~into the 431 1, 114 | Whether they are the cause of human acts?~(5) Whether demons 432 1, 114 | times that the matter in the human conception is not wholly ~ 433 1, 114 | bodies are the cause of human actions?~Aquin.: SMT FP 434 1, 114 | bodies are the cause of human ~actions. For since the 435 1, 114 | souls, ~and thereby cause human actions.~Aquin.: SMT FP 436 1, 114 | uniform principle. But ~human actions are various and 437 1, 114 | outcome of wars, and other human actions, of which the intellect 438 1, 114 | these were the cause of human actions. Therefore the ~ 439 1, 114 | bodies are the cause of human actions.~Aquin.: SMT FP 440 1, 114 | by no means the cause of human actions."~Aquin.: SMT FP 441 1, 114 | bodies are the ~cause of human choice and action. It would 442 1, 114 | manifestly false, and contrary to human habit. It must be ~observed, 443 1, 114 | is the proximate cause of human ~actions, than on the intellect.~ 444 1, 114 | bodies are the cause of human ~actions is proper to those 445 1, 114 | bodies be the ~cause of human actions.~Aquin.: SMT FP 446 1, 114 | act immediately on the human intellect by enlightening 447 1, 114 | in other things to which human action extends.~Aquin.: 448 1, 115 | in natural things or in human ~affairs, is to be reduced 449 1, 115 | will not hold. First, as to human ~affairs: because we have 450 1, 115 | above (Q[115], A[4]) that human actions ~are not subject 451 1, 115 | in ~natural things and in human affairs, is reduced to a 452 1, 115 | Consequently the ordering of human ~actions, the principle 453 1, 115 | 1): "If anyone ascribes human affairs to fate, meaning 454 1, 116 | passive intellect of the human ~soul is in pure potentiality 455 1, 116 | enlightenment, because all human intellects are of one grade 456 1, 116 | according as He spoke in His ~human nature. Hence the argument 457 1, 116 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the human body is nobler than other 458 1, 116 | the apprehension of the human soul the human body is changed 459 1, 116 | apprehension of the human soul the human body is changed to heat ~ 460 1, 116 | Much more, then, ~can the human soul by its power change 461 1, 116 | the ~apprehension of the human soul, the sensitive appetite 462 1, 116 | the apprehension of ~the human soul does not suffice to 463 1, 116 | 1/1~Whether the separate human soul can move bodies at 464 1, 116 | seems that the separate human soul can move bodies at 465 1, 117 | soul is the form of ~the human body, which is produced 466 1, 117 | like in species. But the human species ~is constituted 467 1, 117 | created by God at the end of ~human generation, and this soul 468 1, 117 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether human souls were created together 469 1, 117 | OBJ 1: It would seem that human souls were created together 470 1, 117 | 4]). Moreover, that the ~human soul is not of the same 471 1, 118 | food is changed into true human nature?~(2) Whether the 472 1, 118 | which is the principle of human generation, is ~produced 473 1, 118 | food is changed into true human nature?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 474 1, 118 | food is changed into true human ~nature. For it is written ( 475 1, 118 | changed into the reality of human nature. Therefore none ~ 476 1, 118 | food is changed into true human nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 477 1, 118 | But what belongs to true human nature belongs to the ~species. 478 1, 118 | is not changed into true human nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 479 1, 118 | belong to the reality of ~human nature; and if it be lost, 480 1, 118 | is not changed into true human nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 481 1, 118 | food were changed into true human nature, ~whatever is lost 482 1, 118 | food is changed into true human nature, there is ~nothing 483 1, 118 | is not changed into true human ~nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 484 1, 118 | members belongs to true ~human nature. Therefore the food 485 1, 118 | changed into the reality of human ~nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 486 1, 118 | body belong to ~the true human nature in general, but to 487 1, 118 | general, but to the true human nature of Peter ~and Martin 488 1, 118 | some have said that the ~human form cannot exist but in 489 1, 118 | not belong to the truth of human nature, as not ~receiving 490 1, 118 | receiving in truth the form of human nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 491 1, 118 | was the subject of ~the human form, was multiplied in 492 1, 118 | this way the multitude ~of human bodies is derived from the 493 1, 118 | is not changed into true human nature; we take food, they ~ 494 1, 118 | it is manifest that the human form ~can cease to exist 495 1, 118 | is its subject: else ~the human body would not be corruptible. 496 1, 118 | else be changed into true ~human nature. Secondly, because 497 1, 118 | be one individual of the human species. Thirdly, because ~ 498 1, 118 | multiplication of matter in the human body does not occur by ~ 499 1, 118 | the multiplication of the human body can ~only be the result 500 1, 118 | being changed into the true human nature. ~Fourthly, because,


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