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1 1, 1 | in the order of all human life, the ~prudent man is called 2 1, 1 | that explain ~me shall have life everlasting" (Ecclus. 24: 3 1, 1 | God that we have in this life. For what He is not is clearer 4 1, 2 | way, the truth, and the life" (Jn. 14:6) ~Therefore " 5 1, 3 | is said of God that He is life itself, and not only ~that 6 1, 3 | way, the truth, and the life" (Jn. ~14:6). Now the relation 7 1, 3 | as the ~relation between life and a living thing. Therefore 8 1, 3 | His own Godhead, His own ~Life, and whatever else is thus 9 1, 3 | therefore that ~Godhead, or life, or the like are in God, 10 1, 4 | of animal and ~vegetable life. Therefore God is imperfect.~ 11 1, 4 | the principle of animal life reproduced ~through seed, 12 1, 4 | merely lives. Therefore life is more ~perfect than existence; 13 1, 4 | existence; and knowledge than life. But the essence of God ~ 14 1, 4 | has not the perfections of life, and ~knowledge, and other 15 1, 4 | existence is more perfect than life, and life than wisdom, if 16 1, 4 | more perfect than life, and life than wisdom, if they are ~ 17 1, 4 | existence does ~not include life and wisdom, because that 18 1, 4 | existence includes in itself life and wisdom, because nothing 19 1, 5 | existence desirable, but life, knowledge, ~and many other 20 1, 5 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Life, wisdom, and the like, are 21 1, 10 | possession of interminable life"?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 22 1, 10 | possession of interminable life." For the word "interminable" 23 1, 10 | regards existence rather than life. Therefore the word "life" ~ 24 1, 10 | life. Therefore the word "life" ~ought not to come into 25 1, 10 | being, but also living; ~and life extends to operation, which 26 1, 10 | are said to have ~eternal life; according to that text, " 27 1, 10 | that text, "This is eternal life, that they ~may know Thee 28 1, 12 | Whether in the state of this life any man can see the essence 29 1, 12 | we can know God in this life?~(13) Whether there is in 30 1, 12 | Whether there is in this life any knowledge of God through 31 1, 12 | seen God either in this life, as He is, nor in the angelic 32 1, 12 | He is, nor in the angelic life, as ~visible things are 33 1, 12 | exercising the functions of human life, we do not ~believe they 34 1, 12 | as now our eyes see the life of another. But life is ~ 35 1, 12 | the life of another. But life is ~not seen with the corporeal 36 1, 12 | written: "The grace of God is life everlasting" ~(Rm. 6:23). 37 1, 12 | everlasting" ~(Rm. 6:23). But life everlasting consists in 38 1, 12 | words: "This is eternal life, that they may ~know Thee 39 1, 12 | the state of its present life, united as it is ~to the 40 1, 12 | On the contrary, Eternal life consists in the vision of 41 1, 12 | 17:3: "This is eternal life, that they may know Thee 42 1, 12 | God equally in eternal ~life, all would be equal; the 43 1, 12 | 1~Whether anyone in this life can see the essence of God?~ 44 1, 12 | seems that one can in this life see the Divine essence. 45 1, 12 | the essence of God in this life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 46 1, 12 | Therefore even in this life we see God Himself.~Aquin.: 47 1, 12 | this says, "In this mortal life God can be seen ~by certain 48 1, 12 | separated from this mortal life. The reason is because, 49 1, 12 | long as we live in this life, has ~its being in corporeal 50 1, 12 | the soul of man in this life to see the essence of ~God. 51 1, 12 | the soul in this mortal life ~should be raised up to 52 1, 12 | God can be known in this life by natural reason?~Aquin.: 53 1, 12 | cannot know God in this life. ~For Boethius says (De 54 1, 12 | more united to God in this life, is united to Him as to ~ 55 1, 12 | revelation of grace in this life we cannot ~know of God " 56 1, 13 | AA[11],12) that in this life we cannot see the essence 57 1, 13 | does not know Him in this life as He is.~Aquin.: SMT FP 58 1, 13 | understood by us in this life in His substance. Therefore ~ 59 1, 13 | He is the ~cause of our life, or that He differs from 60 1, 13 | lives," the sense were, "life proceeds from Him"; but 61 1, 13 | of things, in so far as life pre-exists in Him, although ~ 62 1, 13 | the essence of God in this life, as He ~really is in Himself; 63 1, 13 | signify, such as goodness, life and ~the like, and their 64 1, 13 | above all substance and all life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 65 1, 13 | essence of God itself in this life, as it ~is in itself, but 66 1, 14 | understand is a kind of life, after ~treating of the 67 1, 16 | But truth as applied to "life" is used in a ~particular 68 1, 16 | as a man fulfills in his life that to which he ~is ordained 69 1, 16 | Way, the Truth, and the Life" ~(Jn. 14:6).~Aquin.: SMT 70 1, 17 | are ~called the "truth of life" as being obedient to the 71 1, 18 | 18] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE LIFE OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~Since 72 1, 18 | must consider the divine life. About ~this, four points 73 1, 18 | belong to live?~(2) What is life?~(3) Whether life is properly 74 1, 18 | What is life?~(3) Whether life is properly attributed to 75 1, 18 | Whether all things in God are life?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 76 1, 18 | Movement is like a kind of life ~possessed by all things 77 1, 18 | natural things partake of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 78 1, 18 | are the less ~perfect. Yet life is attributed to them, for 79 1, 18 | have other natural bodies life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 80 1, 18 | that "The last echo of ~life is heard in the plants," 81 1, 18 | it is inferred that their life is ~life in its lowest degree. 82 1, 18 | inferred that their life is ~life in its lowest degree. But 83 1, 18 | Therefore they have not life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 84 1, 18 | can gather to what things life belongs, and to what it ~ 85 1, 18 | things as manifestly possess life. Now life ~manifestly belongs 86 1, 18 | manifestly possess life. Now life ~manifestly belongs to animals, 87 1, 18 | Plantis ~i, 1] that in animals life is manifest. We must, therefore, 88 1, 18 | and this it is in which life is manifested ~first and 89 1, 18 | another power, then its life is said to ~fail, and the 90 1, 18 | way is movement called the life, ~as it were, of natural 91 1, 18 | movement of the heart, ~whereby life is preserved, is in animals. 92 1, 18 | similitude to the ~operations of life. Hence, if the whole corporeal 93 1, 18 | movement would really be the life of ~all natural bodies.~ 94 1, 18 | were alive. Yet this is not life in them in its real ~sense, 95 1, 18 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether life is an operation?~Aquin.: 96 1, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that life is an operation. For nothing 97 1, 18 | parts of the same genus. But life is divided by certain operations, ~ 98 1, 18 | distinguishes ~four kinds of life, namely, nourishment, sensation, 99 1, 18 | understanding. Therefore life is an operation.~Aquin.: 100 1, 18 | OBJ 2: Further, the active life is said to be different 101 1, 18 | certain operations. Therefore life is an operation.~Aquin.: 102 1, 18 | an operation. But this is life, as is ~clear from the words 103 1, 18 | 3, "Now this is eternal life, that they ~may know Thee, 104 1, 18 | only true God." Therefore life is an operation.~Aquin.: 105 1, 18 | The same must be said of life. The name is given from 106 1, 18 | this or that nature; and ~life signifies this, though in 107 1, 18 | predicate. ~Sometimes, however, life is used less properly for 108 1, 18 | to mean an operation ~of life. Or it would be better to 109 1, 18 | then, he distinguishes life by the ~four operations 110 1, 18 | spent ~in it, and his whole life ordered with a view to it, 111 1, 18 | to it, is said to be the ~life of that man. Hence some 112 1, 18 | some are said to lead to life of self-indulgence, ~others 113 1, 18 | self-indulgence, ~others a life of virtue. In this way the 114 1, 18 | this way the contemplative life is ~distinguished from the 115 1, 18 | to know God is said to be life ~eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP 116 1, 18 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether life is properly attributed to 117 1, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that life is not properly attributed 118 1, 18 | Neither therefore does life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 119 1, 18 | suppose some ~principle of life. Hence it is said by the 120 1, 18 | no principle. Therefore life cannot be attributed to 121 1, 18 | Further, the principle of life in the living things that 122 1, 18 | corporeal ~things. Therefore life cannot be attributed to 123 1, 18 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Life is in the highest degree 124 1, 18 | the more perfect is the life ~of that thing. In things 125 1, 18 | more perfect ~degree of life is that of intelligible 126 1, 18 | determined ~by another, must have life in the most perfect degree. 127 1, 18 | hence in Him principally is life. From this the Philosopher 128 1, 18 | intelligent, that God has life ~most perfect and eternal, 129 1, 18 | understanding, so is ~He His own life; and therefore He so lives 130 1, 18 | He has not principle of ~life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 131 1, 18 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Life in this lower world is bestowed 132 1, 18 | individual. For this reason life is not found here below ~ 133 1, 18 | 1~Whether all things are life in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 134 1, 18 | that not all things are life in God. For it is said ~( 135 1, 18 | Therefore not all things are life in Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 136 1, 18 | then, not all things have ~life in themselves, it seems 137 1, 18 | that not all things are life in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 138 1, 18 | which in themselves have not life, are life in God, it seems 139 1, 18 | themselves have not life, are life in God, it seems that ~things 140 1, 18 | therefore, all things are life in God, inasmuch as known 141 1, 18 | will never be made are ~life in God, as known by Him, 142 1, 18 | What was made, in Him was ~life." But all things were made, 143 1, 18 | Therefore all things are ~life in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 144 1, 18 | understood is the very ~living or life of God. Now, wherefore, 145 1, 18 | things ~in Him are the divine life itself.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 146 1, 18 | since the ~divine essence is life and not movement, it follows 147 1, 18 | manner are not movement, but life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 148 1, 18 | existing in themselves, are life in the divine mind, as having 149 1, 18 | said that bad ~things are life in God. Those things that 150 1, 18 | not in time may be called ~life in God in so far as life 151 1, 18 | life in God in so far as life means understanding only, 152 1, 18 | God; but not in so far as life implies a principle ~of 153 1, 19 | to take food to preserve life, or to take ship in order 154 1, 20 | in ~the various works of life, and who may fare well or 155 1, 20 | intellectual and beatific life that He lives. ~Strictly 156 1, 20 | for him a greater good, life eternal. Therefore God does 157 1, 20 | and says that the ~active life, signified by Peter, loves 158 1, 20 | miseries ~of this present life, and therefore the more 159 1, 20 | more the contemplative ~life, since He preserves it longer. 160 1, 20 | not end, as the active ~life does, with the life of the 161 1, 20 | active ~life does, with the life of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 162 1, 20 | degree of glory in eternal life. Peter is said to have loved ~ 163 1, 23 | predestination and the book of life. Concerning predestination 164 1, 23 | nature; and this end is life eternal, that consists in 165 1, 23 | creature, ~capable of eternal life, is led towards it, directed, 166 1, 23 | creature towards the end of life ~eternal is called predestination. 167 1, 23 | whether one is ~predestined to life eternal from the state of 168 1, 23 | things for the love of ~life" (2 Macc. 6:20). Thus destination 169 1, 23 | are ordained to ~eternal life through the providence of 170 1, 23 | good - namely, eternal ~life - He is said to hate or 171 1, 23 | is expected in the future life by ~the predestined - namely, 172 1, 23 | what is received in this ~life - namely, grace. Reprobation, 173 1, 23 | pre-existing merits in a former ~life. This was the opinion of 174 1, 23 | pre-existing merits in this life are the reason and ~cause 175 1, 23 | fallen in that in eternal life he will rejoice at the good 176 1, 23 | other ~has done, in which life he will rejoice at all good 177 1, 23 | the way that ~leadeth to life; and few there are who find 178 1, 23 | knowledge for the guidance of life; and ~those who have not 179 1, 24 | Para. 1/1 - THE BOOK OF LIFE (THREE ARTICLES)~We now 180 1, 24 | now consider the book of life; concerning which there 181 1, 24 | 1) What is the book of life?~(2) Of what life is it 182 1, 24 | book of life?~(2) Of what life is it the book?~(3) Whether 183 1, 24 | blotted out of the book of life?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 184 1, 24 | 1/1~Whether the book of life is the same as predestination?~ 185 1, 24 | It seems that the book of life is not the same thing as ~ 186 1, 24 | All things are the book of life" ~(Ecclus. 4:32) - i.e. 187 1, 24 | predestination. Therefore the book of life is not ~predestination.~ 188 1, 24 | xx, 14) that "the book of life is a certain divine energy, 189 1, 24 | Therefore ~the book of life is not the same thing as 190 1, 24 | predestination. So, if the ~book of life were the same as predestination, 191 1, 24 | death, as there is a book of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 192 1, 24 | which He hath predestined to life those whom He foreknew."~ 193 1, 24 | answer that, The book of life is in God taken in a metaphorical 194 1, 24 | by God to possess eternal life. This ~conscription, therefore, 195 1, 24 | predestined is called the book of life. A ~thing is said metaphorically 196 1, 24 | predestined some to eternal life, is called ~the book of 197 1, 24 | is called ~the book of life. For as the writing in a 198 1, 24 | to be ~brought to eternal life, according to 2 Tim. 11: 199 1, 24 | Reply OBJ 1: The book of life may be understood in two 200 1, 24 | those who are chosen to life; thus we now ~speak of the 201 1, 24 | now ~speak of the book of life. In another sense the inscription 202 1, 24 | things which lead us to life may be called the book of 203 1, 24 | may be called the book of life; and this ~also is twofold, 204 1, 24 | Testament are called a book of life; or of things already done, 205 1, 24 | spoken of as the book of life. Thus that also may ~be 206 1, 24 | reprobation; as the book of life to predestination.~Aquin.: 207 1, 24 | Predestination and the book of life are different aspects ~of 208 1, 24 | 1/1~Whether the book of life regards only the life of 209 1, 24 | of life regards only the life of glory of the ~predestined?~ 210 1, 24 | It seems that the book of life does not only regard the 211 1, 24 | does not only regard the life of ~glory of the predestined. 212 1, 24 | predestined. For the book of life is the knowledge of life. ~ 213 1, 24 | life is the knowledge of life. ~But God, through His own 214 1, 24 | But God, through His own life, knows all other life. Therefore 215 1, 24 | own life, knows all other life. Therefore the book ~of 216 1, 24 | Therefore the book ~of life is so called in regard to 217 1, 24 | called in regard to divine life; and not only in regard 218 1, 24 | not only in regard to ~the life of the predestined.~Aquin.: 219 1, 24 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as the life of glory comes from God, 220 1, 24 | from God, so also does the ~life of nature. Therefore, if 221 1, 24 | if the knowledge of the life of glory is ~called the 222 1, 24 | glory is ~called the book of life; so also should the knowledge 223 1, 24 | should the knowledge of the life of ~nature be so called.~ 224 1, 24 | some are chosen to the life of grace who are not chosen ~ 225 1, 24 | who are not chosen ~to the life of glory; as it is clear 226 1, 24 | 6:71). But the book ~of life is the inscription of the 227 1, 24 | Therefore it applies also to the life of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 228 1, 24 | the contrary, The book of life is the knowledge of predestination, 229 1, 24 | predestination does not regard the life of ~grace, except so far 230 1, 24 | obtain glory. The book of life ~altogether is only so called 231 1, 24 | called in regard to the life of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 232 1, 24 | answer that, The book of life, as stated above (A[1]), 233 1, 24 | knowledge of those chosen to life. Now a man is chosen ~for 234 1, 24 | service is directed. But the life of ~glory is an end exceeding 235 1, 24 | strictly speaking, the book of life regards the life of glory.~ 236 1, 24 | book of life regards the life of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 237 1, 24 | Reply OBJ 1: The divine life, even considered as a life 238 1, 24 | life, even considered as a life of glory, is ~natural to 239 1, 24 | consequence no book of life: for we do not say that 240 1, 24 | election, nor a book of life, as regards the life of 241 1, 24 | of life, as regards the life of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 242 1, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The life of grace has the aspect, 243 1, 24 | said to be chosen to ~the life of grace, except so far 244 1, 24 | grace, except so far as the life of grace is directed to ~ 245 1, 24 | be written in the book of life simply, but relatively; 246 1, 24 | some relation to eternal life, according to their participation 247 1, 24 | blotted out of the book of life?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 248 1, 24 | blotted out of the book of life. For ~Augustine says (De 249 1, 24 | deceived, is the book of life." But nothing can be taken 250 1, 24 | blotted out from the book of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 251 1, 24 | that thing. But the book of life is something eternal and ~ 252 1, 24 | second time in the book of life. Neither therefore can ~ 253 1, 24 | blotted out of the book ~of life as a matter of fact, but 254 1, 24 | be written in the book of life, inasmuch as ~men think 255 1, 24 | blotted out of the book of life is placed ~among the rewards 256 1, 24 | name out of the book of life" (Apoc. 3:5) (and what is 257 1, 24 | blotted out, of the ~book of life is not only to be referred 258 1, 24 | the fact. For the book of life is the inscription of those 259 1, 24 | those ordained to eternal life, to which one is directed 260 1, 24 | becomes fitted for eternal life. ~This direction fails sometimes; 261 1, 24 | grace, to obtain eternal life, yet they fail to obtain 262 1, 24 | ordained to possess eternal life through ~divine predestination 263 1, 24 | written down in the book of life simply, ~because they are 264 1, 24 | therein to have eternal life in reality; such ~are never 265 1, 24 | blotted out from the book of life. Those, however, who are ~ 266 1, 24 | are ~ordained to eternal life, not through divine predestination, 267 1, 24 | be written in the book of life not simply, but ~relatively, 268 1, 24 | therein not to have eternal life in ~itself, but in its cause 269 1, 24 | blotted out of the book of life, this blotting out must 270 1, 24 | first ordained to ~eternal life, and afterwards not ordained 271 1, 24 | not refer to the book of life ~as regards God's foreknowledge, 272 1, 24 | blotting out of the ~book of life refers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 273 1, 24 | blotted out of the book ~of life is that in which one is 274 1, 24 | relation ~towards eternal life through grace; which also 275 1, 27 | creature, ~and moving it to life. The words of the Lord contradict 276 1, 27 | from potential to actual life, such as men and ~animals, 277 1, 27 | there ~is a being whose life does not proceed from potentiality 278 1, 33 | a dead thing, as wanting life, ~which naturally belongs 279 1, 39 | Way, the Truth, and the Life"; and likewise "the book 280 1, 39 | and likewise "the book of ~life," according to Ps. 39:9, " 281 1, 39 | principle. Also the "book of ~life" seems proper to the Son, 282 1, 39 | there is supreme and primal life," etc.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 283 1, 39 | lower world we attribute life to ~the vegetative soul, 284 1, 39 | find the first trace of life. Now ~"unity" is perceived 285 1, 39 | to the Son. The "book of life" directly means knowledge 286 1, 39 | but ~indirectly it means life. For, as above explained ( 287 1, 39 | who are to possess eternal life. ~Consequently, it is appropriated 288 1, 39 | appropriated to the Son; although life is ~appropriated to the 289 1, 44 | is before self-subsisting life, and ~before self-subsisting 290 1, 44 | iv), by "self-existing life ~and self-existing wisdom" 291 1, 45 | end, ~and the giving of life - for life consists in a 292 1, 45 | the giving of life - for life consists in a certain interior ~ 293 1, 48 | corrupted, nor would the life of a lion be ~preserved 294 1, 49 | is set against ~evil, and life against death; so also is 295 1, 50 | his book of the ~Fount of Life. For he supposes that whatever 296 1, 50 | the book on the Fount of Life, and ~it would be cogent, 297 1, 50 | substances "have unfailing life, being free from all corruption, 298 1, 51 | they exercise functions of life in the bodies assumed?~~ 299 1, 51 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, life is more perfect in the angels 300 1, 51 | not only lives, but gives life to the body. Therefore the 301 1, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To give life effectively is a perfection 302 1, 51 | maketh alive." But to give life formally belongs to a substance 303 1, 51 | to have with them in the ~life to come. Moreover that angels 304 1, 51 | angels exercise functions of life in the bodies assumed?~Aquin.: 305 1, 51 | angels exercise functions of life in ~assumed bodies. For 306 1, 51 | angels exercise functions of life in the assumed body.~Aquin.: 307 1, 51 | most special function of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 308 1, 51 | one of the functions of ~life, as the Philosopher says ( 309 1, 51 | often exercise functions of life in ~assumed bodies.~Aquin.: 310 1, 51 | they ~exercise functions of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 311 1, 51 | proof of having resumed life ~(Lk. 24). Now when angels 312 1, 51 | angels exercise functions of life in assumed ~bodies.~Aquin.: 313 1, 51 | assumed by angels have no life, as was ~stated in the previous 314 1, 51 | cannot exercise ~functions of life through assumed bodies.~ 315 1, 51 | nothing can have a function of life except what has life, ~which 316 1, 51 | of life except what has life, ~which is the potential 317 1, 51 | is a proper function of ~life; but the bodies assumed 318 1, 54 | action of the intellect is life." But "since in living things 319 1, 54 | text 37), it seems that life is essence. ~Therefore the 320 1, 54 | 2: The relation between "life" and "to live" is not the 321 1, 54 | live" is "to ~be," that "life" is "essence." Although 322 1, 54 | is "essence." Although life is sometimes put for the ~ 323 1, 54 | will are one essence, one life": yet it is not taken in 324 1, 54 | act of the intellect is life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 325 1, 54 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Life is sometimes taken for the 326 1, 54 | the various functions of ~life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 327 1, 54 | in the angels ~there is "life which understands and feels." 328 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: In the present life one man's thought is not 329 1, 58 | another. In the same way the life of the faithful and the 330 1, 58 | the Lord": yet this very life of the ~faithful, when set 331 1, 58 | when set in contrast to the life of glory, is termed darkness, ~ 332 1, 62 | contemplation, whereby in this life he can behold the ~best 333 1, 62 | to possess ~everlasting life. But this is contrary to 334 1, 62 | 23): "The grace of God is life everlasting."~Aquin.: SMT 335 1, 62 | this present condition of ~life. But angels are not wayfarers 336 1, 62 | imperfect ~charity of this life; whereas perfect charity 337 1, 63 | which serve the use of human life, and which can be estimated 338 1, 64 | beatitude; ~hence it is termed "life everlasting." It is also 339 1, 64 | brought "into ~everlasting life." Consequently such an opinion 340 1, 65 | whilst above this is separate life, or "per se" ~life, as they 341 1, 65 | separate life, or "per se" ~life, as they term it, which 342 1, 65 | which is the cause of all life, and that above ~this again 343 1, 69 | third day. For plants have life, as ~animals have. But the 344 1, 69 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Life in plants is hidden, since 345 1, 70 | in the firmament and give life to the earth." ~Secondly, 346 1, 70 | being the first principle of life. Hence Augustine (De Vera ~ 347 1, 70 | nature than one that has not life." The lights of heaven, 348 1, 70 | and stars are a cause of life, as is especially evidenced 349 1, 70 | putrefaction, which receive life from the power of ~the sun 350 1, 70 | for they have ~neither life nor sense."~Aquin.: SMT 351 1, 70 | the heavenly bodies have life. Nor was there less ~diversity 352 1, 70 | God ~through the spirit of life (De Trin. iii, 4).~Aquin.: 353 1, 70 | that these bodies have life, is not a difference of 354 1, 70 | heavenly body can impart life ~in virtue of that agent.~ 355 1, 71 | creeping creature ~having life, and the fowl that may fly 356 1, 71 | creeping creature having life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 357 1, 71 | creeping creature having ~life," are followed by these: " 358 1, 72 | The different grades of life which are found in different ~ 359 1, 72 | Hom. viii in Hexaem.). The life ~of plants, for instance, 360 1, 72 | nothing is said of their life, ~but only their generation 361 1, 72 | subordinate to the generative life, as will be shown later 362 1, 72 | creeping ~creatures having life"; whereas it does call land 363 1, 72 | account of their more perfect life, and seems to imply that ~ 364 1, 72 | higher perfection of their life, are, as it were, ~living 365 1, 72 | subject to them. But the life of man, as being ~the most 366 1, 72 | to be produced, like the life of ~other animals, by earth 367 1, 72 | whose feet are too short to life them far from the ground, 368 1, 74 | animals is liquid. Also the life of the soul ~is given by 369 1, 75 | as the first principle of life of those things which ~live: 370 1, 75 | those things which have no life, "inanimate." Now life is 371 1, 75 | no life, "inanimate." Now life is shown ~principally by 372 1, 75 | the ~"first" principle of life, which we call the soul. 373 1, 75 | body may ~be a principle of life, or to be a living thing, 374 1, 75 | heart is a ~principle of life in an animal, yet nothing 375 1, 75 | the first ~principle of life. For it is clear that to 376 1, 75 | that to be a principle of life, or to ~be a living thing, 377 1, 75 | thing, or a principle of life. Therefore a body is competent 378 1, 75 | or even a principle of ~life, as "such" a body. Now that 379 1, 75 | the ~first principle of life, is not a body, but the 380 1, 75 | participation; for "even life," or anything of that ~sort, " 381 1, 75 | earth. And the process of life is alike in both; ~because " 382 1, 75 | incorruptible substantial life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 383 1, 75 | his face the breath of ~life." And so in the last chapter 384 1, 75 | it." Again the process of life is alike as ~to the body, 385 1, 76 | lives is the soul. And as life appears through ~various 386 1, 76 | in man, that both gives life to ~the body by being united 387 1, 76 | physical body which has life potentially." Therefore ~ 388 1, 76 | physical organic body which has life ~potentially"; and that 389 1, 76 | and is organic, and has life potentially. Yet the first 390 1, 76 | physical organic body having life potentially."~Aquin.: SMT 391 1, 77 | understanding, and will are one life, one ~mind, one essence." ~ 392 1, 77 | the act of a body having life potentially"; which potentiality, ~ 393 1, 77 | that those things are ~"one life, one mind, one essence." 394 1, 39 | Way, the Truth, and the Life"; and likewise "the book 395 1, 39 | and likewise "the book of ~life," according to Ps. 39:9, " 396 1, 39 | principle. Also the "book of ~life" seems proper to the Son, 397 1, 39 | there is supreme and primal life," etc.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 398 1, 39 | lower world we attribute life to ~the vegetative soul, 399 1, 39 | find the first trace of life. Now ~"unity" is perceived 400 1, 39 | to the Son. The "book of life" directly means knowledge 401 1, 39 | but ~indirectly it means life. For, as above explained ( 402 1, 39 | who are to possess eternal life. ~Consequently, it is appropriated 403 1, 39 | appropriated to the Son; although life is ~appropriated to the 404 1, 45 | is before self-subsisting life, and ~before self-subsisting 405 1, 45 | iv), by "self-existing life ~and self-existing wisdom" 406 1, 46 | end, ~and the giving of life - for life consists in a 407 1, 46 | the giving of life - for life consists in a certain interior 408 1, 49 | corrupted, nor would the life of a lion be ~preserved 409 1, 50 | is set against ~evil, and life against death; so also is 410 1, 51 | his book of the ~Fount of Life. For he supposes that whatever 411 1, 51 | the book on the Fount of Life, and ~it would be cogent, 412 1, 51 | substances "have unfailing life, being free from all corruption, 413 1, 52 | they exercise functions of life in the bodies assumed?~~ 414 1, 52 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, life is more perfect in the angels 415 1, 52 | not only lives, but gives life to the body. Therefore the 416 1, 52 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To give life effectively is a perfection 417 1, 52 | maketh alive." But to give life formally belongs to a substance 418 1, 52 | to have with them in the ~life to come. Moreover that angels 419 1, 52 | angels exercise functions of life in the bodies assumed?~Aquin.: 420 1, 52 | angels exercise functions of life in ~assumed bodies. For 421 1, 52 | angels exercise functions of life in the assumed body.~Aquin.: 422 1, 52 | most special function of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 423 1, 52 | one of the functions of ~life, as the Philosopher says ( 424 1, 52 | often exercise functions of life in assumed bodies.~Aquin.: 425 1, 52 | they ~exercise functions of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 426 1, 52 | proof of having resumed life ~(Lk. 24). Now when angels 427 1, 52 | angels exercise functions of life in assumed ~bodies.~Aquin.: 428 1, 52 | assumed by angels have no life, as was ~stated in the previous 429 1, 52 | cannot exercise ~functions of life through assumed bodies.~ 430 1, 52 | nothing can have a function of life except what has life, ~which 431 1, 52 | of life except what has life, ~which is the potential 432 1, 52 | is a proper function of ~life; but the bodies assumed 433 1, 55 | action of the intellect is life." But "since in living things 434 1, 55 | text 37), it seems that life is essence. ~Therefore the 435 1, 55 | 2: The relation between "life" and "to live" is not the 436 1, 55 | live" is "to ~be," that "life" is "essence." Although 437 1, 55 | is "essence." Although life is sometimes put for the ~ 438 1, 55 | will are one essence, one life": yet it is not taken in 439 1, 55 | act of the intellect is life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 440 1, 55 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Life is sometimes taken for the 441 1, 55 | the various functions of ~life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 442 1, 55 | in the angels ~there is "life which understands and feels." 443 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 1: In the present life one man's thought is not 444 1, 59 | another. ~In the same way the life of the faithful and the 445 1, 59 | the Lord": yet this very life of the ~faithful, when set 446 1, 59 | when set in contrast to the life of glory, is termed darkness, ~ 447 1, 63 | contemplation, whereby in this life he can behold the ~best 448 1, 63 | to possess ~everlasting life. But this is contrary to 449 1, 63 | 23): "The grace of God is life everlasting."~Aquin.: SMT 450 1, 63 | this present condition of ~life. But angels are not wayfarers 451 1, 63 | imperfect ~charity of this life; whereas perfect charity 452 1, 64 | which serve the use of human life, and which can be estimated 453 1, 65 | beatitude; ~hence it is termed "life everlasting." It is also 454 1, 65 | brought "into ~everlasting life." Consequently such an opinion 455 1, 66 | whilst above this is separate life, or "per se" ~life, as they 456 1, 66 | separate life, or "per se" ~life, as they term it, which 457 1, 66 | which is the cause of all life, and that above ~this again 458 1, 70 | third day. For plants have life, as ~animals have. But the 459 1, 70 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Life in plants is hidden, since 460 1, 71 | in the firmament and give life to the earth." ~Secondly, 461 1, 71 | being the first principle of life. Hence Augustine (De Vera ~ 462 1, 71 | nature than one that has not life." The lights of heaven, 463 1, 71 | and stars are a cause of life, as is especially evidenced 464 1, 71 | putrefaction, which receive life from the power of ~the sun 465 1, 71 | for they have ~neither life nor sense."~Aquin.: SMT 466 1, 71 | the heavenly bodies have life. Nor was there less ~diversity 467 1, 71 | God ~through the spirit of life (De Trin. iii, 4).~Aquin.: 468 1, 71 | that these bodies have life, is not a difference of 469 1, 71 | heavenly body can impart life ~in virtue of that agent.~ 470 1, 71 | creeping creature ~having life, and the fowl that may fly 471 1, 71 | creeping creature having life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 472 1, 71 | creeping creature having ~life," are followed by these: " 473 1, 71 | The different grades of life which are found in different ~ 474 1, 71 | Hom. viii in Hexaem.). The life ~of plants, for instance, 475 1, 71 | nothing is said of their life, ~but only their generation 476 1, 71 | subordinate to the generative life, as will be shown later 477 1, 71 | creeping ~creatures having life"; whereas it does call land 478 1, 71 | account of their more perfect life, and seems to imply that ~ 479 1, 71 | higher perfection of their life, are, as it were, ~living 480 1, 71 | subject to them. But the life of man, as being ~the most 481 1, 71 | to be produced, like the life of ~other animals, by earth 482 1, 71 | whose feet are too short to life them far from the ground, 483 1, 73 | animals is liquid. Also the life of the soul ~is given by 484 1, 74 | as the first principle of life of those things which ~live: 485 1, 74 | those things which have no life, "inanimate." Now life is 486 1, 74 | no life, "inanimate." Now life is shown ~principally by 487 1, 74 | the ~"first" principle of life, which we call the soul. 488 1, 74 | body may ~be a principle of life, or to be a living thing, 489 1, 74 | heart is a ~principle of life in an animal, yet nothing 490 1, 74 | the first ~principle of life. For it is clear that to 491 1, 74 | that to be a principle of life, or to ~be a living thing, 492 1, 74 | thing, or a principle of life. Therefore a body is competent 493 1, 74 | or even a principle of ~life, as "such" a body. Now that 494 1, 74 | the ~first principle of life, is not a body, but the 495 1, 74 | participation; for "even life," or anything of that ~sort, " 496 1, 74 | earth. And the process of life is alike in both; ~because " 497 1, 74 | incorruptible substantial life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 498 1, 74 | his face the breath of ~life." And so in the last chapter 499 1, 74 | it." Again the process of life is alike as ~to the body, 500 1, 75 | lives is the soul. And as life appears through ~various


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