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1 1, 3 | by breadth, His act of love for all. Or, as says Dionysius ~( 2 1, 13 | thee with an ~everlasting love" (Jer. 31:3). Therefore 3 1, 14 | creatures. But "knowledge" and "love," and ~the like, import 4 1, 17 | of the text, "Why do you love vanity, ~and seek after 5 1, 20 | Out. Para. 1/1 - GOD'S LOVE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next 6 1, 20 | passions of the soul, as joy, love, and the like; and the habits 7 1, 20 | shall ~first consider the love of God, and secondly His 8 1, 20 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether love exists in God?~(2) Whether 9 1, 20 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether love exists in God?~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 20 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that love does not exist in God. For 11 1, 20 | there are no ~passions. Now love is a passion. Therefore 12 1, 20 | is a passion. Therefore love is not in God.~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 20 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, love, anger, sorrow and the like, 14 1, 20 | metaphor. Therefore neither is love attributed to Him.~Aquin.: 15 1, 20 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv): "Love is a uniting and ~binding 16 1, 20 | He is simple. ~Therefore love does not exist in God.~Aquin.: 17 1, 20 | It is written: "God is love" (Jn. 4:16).~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 20 | assert that in God there is love: because ~love is the first 19 1, 20 | there is love: because ~love is the first movement of 20 1, 20 | joy is prior to sorrow, love to hate: because what exists 21 1, 20 | good not as ~yet possessed. Love, however, regards good universally, 22 1, 20 | possessed ~or not. Hence love is naturally the first act 23 1, 20 | appetite movements presuppose love, as ~their root and origin. 24 1, 20 | opposed to the object of love. Similarly, it is clear 25 1, 20 | it, must be referred to love as to their ~first principle. 26 1, 20 | appetite, there ~must also be love: since if the first is wanting, 27 1, 20 | hence we must attribute love to Him. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 28 1, 20 | will are not so called. Love, therefore, and joy and ~ 29 1, 20 | other passions, however, as love and joy, imply no ~imperfection. 30 1, 20 | imply imperfection, ~such as love and joy, can be properly 31 1, 20 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: An act of love always tends towards two 32 1, 20 | whom one wills it: since to love a ~person is to wish that 33 1, 20 | good. Hence, inasmuch as we love ourselves, ~we wish ourselves 34 1, 20 | union with that good. So ~love is called the unitive force, 35 1, 20 | done to himself. So far love is a binding force, ~since 36 1, 20 | And then again the divine love is a binding force, inasmuch 37 1, 20 | seems that God does not love all things. For according 38 1, 20 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv, 1), love places the lover outside 39 1, 20 | into the object of his love. But it is ~not admissible 40 1, 20 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the love of God is eternal. But things 41 1, 20 | Therefore God does not love ~anything, except as it 42 1, 20 | Therefore God does not love things other than ~Himself.~ 43 1, 20 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, love is twofold - the love, namely, 44 1, 20 | Further, love is twofold - the love, namely, of desire, and 45 1, 20 | namely, of desire, and the ~love of friendship. Now God does 46 1, 20 | friendship. Now God does not love irrational creatures with 47 1, 20 | irrational creatures with the ~love of desire, since He needs 48 1, 20 | outside Himself. Nor with the ~love of friendship; since there 49 1, 20 | Therefore God does ~not love all things.~Aquin.: SMT 50 1, 20 | Therefore God ~does not love all things.~Aquin.: SMT 51 1, 20 | some good. Hence, since to love anything is ~nothing else 52 1, 20 | that exists. Yet not as we love. Because since our will ~ 53 1, 20 | it as by its ~object, our love, whereby we will good to 54 1, 20 | imaginary, ~calls forth our love, by which we will that it 55 1, 20 | our actions: whereas the love of God infuses and creates 56 1, 20 | into ~the object of his love, inasmuch as he wills good 57 1, 20 | things, by His ~abounding love and goodness, is placed 58 1, 20 | are capable of returning love, and communicating one with 59 1, 20 | therefore, God does not love irrational creatures with ~ 60 1, 20 | irrational creatures with ~the love of friendship; but as it 61 1, 20 | but as it were with the love of desire, in so far ~as 62 1, 20 | over things ~comes from the love wherewith He loves them. 63 1, 20 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the love of God is His essence. But 64 1, 20 | neither therefore does His love. He does not ~therefore 65 1, 20 | He does not ~therefore love some things more than others.~ 66 1, 20 | OBJ 3: Further, as God's love extends to created things, 67 1, 20 | Neither therefore does ~He love some things more than others.~ 68 1, 20 | I answer that, Since to love a thing is to will it good, 69 1, 20 | In this way God ~does not love some things more than others, 70 1, 20 | this way we are said to love that one more than another, 71 1, 20 | others. For ~since God's love is the cause of goodness 72 1, 20 | based on the intensity of love on the part ~of the act 73 1, 20 | said with respect to God's ~love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[20] A[ 74 1, 20 | that God does not always love more the better things. ~ 75 1, 20 | Therefore God does not always love more the better things.~ 76 1, 20 | Therefore God does not always love more the better things.~ 77 1, 20 | Therefore God does not always love more the ~better things.~ 78 1, 20 | Therefore God ~does not always love more the better things.~ 79 1, 20 | Therefore God does not always ~love more the better things.~ 80 1, 20 | loved Christ more with the love of ~charity, and uncertain 81 1, 21 | After considering the divine love, we must treat of God's 82 1, 21 | remits ~sins on account of love, though He Himself has mercifully 83 1, 21 | mercifully infused that ~love. So we read of Magdalen: " 84 1, 22 | salvation. For "to them ~that love God, all things work together 85 1, 23 | unlawful things for the love of ~life" (2 Macc. 6:20). 86 1, 23 | and election presupposes love. The reason of this is that ~ 87 1, 23 | belong both election and love: - love, inasmuch as ~He 88 1, 23 | both election and love: - love, inasmuch as ~He wills them 89 1, 23 | eternal salvation; since to love is ~to wish well to anyone, 90 1, 23 | above (A[3]). Election and love, however, are ~differently 91 1, 23 | good, but we are incited to love by the good which ~already 92 1, 23 | therefore we choose someone to love, and so election ~in us 93 1, 23 | election ~in us precedes love. In God, however, it is 94 1, 23 | others. Thus it is clear that love ~precedes election in the 95 1, 23 | objects of election and ~love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 96 1, 27 | only be the procession of love, ~which is by the operation 97 1, 27 | another procession, that of love, whereby the ~object loved 98 1, 27 | called the procession of love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 99 1, 27 | For the procession ~of love occurs in due order as regards 100 1, 27 | same, still, inasmuch as love requires by its very nature 101 1, 27 | between the procession of love and the procession of the 102 1, 27 | Whether the procession of love in God is generation?~Aquin.: 103 1, 27 | seem that the procession of love in God is generation. ~For 104 1, 27 | proceeds in God by way of love ~proceeds in the likeness 105 1, 27 | proceeds in God by way of love, proceeds as generated and 106 1, 27 | word, so does it ~belong to love. Hence it is said, that " 107 1, 27 | it seems becoming that love should proceed by way of 108 1, 27 | there is a procession of love in God, there ought to be 109 1, 27 | Therefore the procession of love in God is generation.~Aquin.: 110 1, 27 | Holy Ghost Who ~proceeds as love, would proceed as begotten; 111 1, 27 | that, The procession of love in God ought not to be called ~ 112 1, 27 | proceeds in God by way of love, does not proceed as begotten, 113 1, 27 | as moved ~or impelled by love to perform an action.~Aquin.: 114 1, 27 | the Person proceeding as ~love receives the divine nature, 115 1, 27 | way to the word and to ~love. It belongs to the word 116 1, 27 | generator; but ~it belongs to love, not as though love itself 117 1, 27 | belongs to love, not as though love itself were a likeness, 118 1, 27 | it does not follow that ~love is begotten, but that the 119 1, 27 | begotten is the principle of love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 120 1, 27 | another; and also from one love ~proceeds another. Therefore 121 1, 27 | procession of the Word, and of Love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 122 1, 27 | those of the Word and of love, ~according as God understands 123 1, 27 | Word from ~Word, nor of Love from Love: for there is 124 1, 27 | Word, nor of Love from Love: for there is in Him only 125 1, 27 | perfect Word, ~and one perfect Love; thereby being manifested 126 1, 28 | will, the procession of love. In respect of each of these ~ 127 1, 28 | filiation. But the procession of Love has no proper ~name of its 128 1, 30 | proceeds from the will, as love; ~and another proceeds from 129 1, 30 | issue from the procession of love, whence spiration and procession 130 1, 30 | who proceeds by way of love, as above explained. ~Therefore 131 1, 30 | generation by way of nature. But love, as ~such, does not proceed 132 1, 30 | proceeds; ~although in God love is co-essential as being 133 1, 30 | therefore the ~procession of love is not called generation 134 1, 32 | procession of the ~word and of love in our own mind; and we 135 1, 32 | one world by reason of His love for Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 136 1, 32 | there is a procession of love, we ~show that God produced 137 1, 32 | reason, but on account of the love of His own ~goodness. So 138 1, 32 | show proof of the divine love. The same is also found 139 1, 34 | Word is ~knowledge with love;" and according to Anselm ( 140 1, 35 | not essentially belong to love, although it may belong 141 1, 35 | although it may belong to that love ~which is the Holy Ghost, 142 1, 35 | inasmuch as He is the divine love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 143 1, 36 | Holy Ghost, but also the Love and Gift of God. ~Concerning 144 1, 36 | these, the ~procession of love, has no proper name of its 145 1, 36 | Who proceeds by way of love, this name "Holy ~Ghost" 146 1, 36 | Now it is a property of ~love to move and impel the will 147 1, 36 | person proceeds by way of the love whereby God is ~loved, that 148 1, 36 | one who proceeds by way of love, ~for the reason above explained.~ 149 1, 36 | Ghost by ~way of the will as Love. Now love must proceed from 150 1, 36 | of the will as Love. Now love must proceed from a word. 151 1, 36 | from a word. For we do not ~love anything unless we apprehend 152 1, 36 | to rest in the Son as the love of the lover abides ~in 153 1, 36 | mental word, ~whence proceeds love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 154 1, 36 | the artisan works through love of ~gain. It is a formal 155 1, 36 | from ~them as the unitive love of both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 156 1, 37 | NAME OF THE HOLY GHOST - LOVE (TWO ARTICLES)~We now inquire 157 1, 37 | inquire concerning the name "Love," on which arise two points 158 1, 37 | Whether the Father and the Son love each other by the Holy Ghost?~ 159 1, 37 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether "Love" is the proper name of the 160 1, 37 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "Love" is not the proper name 161 1, 37 | Therefore ~this name, "Love," is not the proper name 162 1, 37 | a subsisting person, but love is not ~used to signify 163 1, 37 | to the beloved. Therefore Love is not the proper name of 164 1, 37 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Love is the bond between lovers, 165 1, 37 | Dionysius says ~(Div. Nom. iv): "Love is a unitive force." But 166 1, 37 | seems that He is not the Love or bond of the ~Father and 167 1, 37 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, Love belongs to every lover. 168 1, 37 | lover: therefore He has love. So if the Holy Ghost is 169 1, 37 | So if the Holy Ghost is Love, He must be ~love of love, 170 1, 37 | Ghost is Love, He must be ~love of love, and spirit from 171 1, 37 | Love, He must be ~love of love, and spirit from spirit; 172 1, 37 | The Holy Ghost ~Himself is Love."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 173 1, 37 | I answer that, The name Love in God can be taken essentially 174 1, 37 | which is the ~procession of Love; forasmuch as the former 175 1, 37 | words ~"dilection" and "love," which express the relation 176 1, 37 | relations by the words "love" and "dilection": just as 177 1, 37 | It follows that so far as love means only the relation 178 1, 37 | lover to ~the object loved, "love" and "to love" are said 179 1, 37 | object loved, "love" and "to love" are said of the essence, 180 1, 37 | what ~proceeds by way of love, and "vice versa," so that 181 1, 37 | vice versa," so that by "love" is ~understood the "love 182 1, 37 | love" is ~understood the "love proceeding," and by "to 183 1, 37 | proceeding," and by "to love" is understood "the ~spiration 184 1, 37 | understood "the ~spiration of the love proceeding," in that sense " 185 1, 37 | proceeding," in that sense "love" is the name of ~the person 186 1, 37 | name of ~the person and "to love" is a notional term, as " 187 1, 37 | understand, and to will, and to love signify ~actions passing 188 1, 37 | to their object. ~Hence, love also in ourselves is something 189 1, 37 | because both Word ~and Love are subsistent. Therefore, 190 1, 37 | that the Holy Ghost is ~the Love of the Father for the Son, 191 1, 37 | but only the relation of love to the ~beloved; as also 192 1, 37 | Son, inasmuch as He is Love; because, since the Father 193 1, 37 | Himself and ~the Son with one Love, and conversely, there is 194 1, 37 | expressed in the Holy ~Ghost, as Love, the relation of the Father 195 1, 37 | Father and ~the Son mutually love one another, it necessarily 196 1, 37 | follows that this ~mutual Love, the Holy Ghost, proceeds 197 1, 37 | Holy Ghost loves, taking Love ~as an essential term, still 198 1, 37 | belong to Him to spirate love, ~which is to take love 199 1, 37 | love, ~which is to take love as a notional term; because 200 1, 37 | He loves essentially as ~love proceeding; but not as the 201 1, 37 | but not as the one whence love proceeds.~Aquin.: SMT FP 202 1, 37 | Whether the Father and the Son love each other by the Holy Ghost?~ 203 1, 37 | Father and the Son do not love each other ~by the Holy 204 1, 37 | so ~the Holy Ghost is the Love proceeding, as explained 205 1, 37 | Father and the Son do not love Themselves by the Love ~ 206 1, 37 | not love Themselves by the Love ~proceeding, which is the 207 1, 37 | The Father and the Son love each other ~by the Holy 208 1, 37 | Holy Ghost," this word "love" is to be taken either essentially 209 1, 37 | The Father and the Son love each other by the Holy ~ 210 1, 37 | 3: Further, by the same love the Father loves the Son, 211 1, 37 | But the Father does not love Himself by the Holy Ghost; 212 1, 37 | the ~Holy Ghost," if "to love" is taken in a notional 213 1, 37 | notional sense. Again, the love ~wherewith He loves us is 214 1, 37 | Ghost is the principle of love to the Father and the Son; ~ 215 1, 37 | the ~Father and the Son love each other by the Holy Ghost"; 216 1, 37 | that is, "by His essential ~Love," which is appropriated 217 1, 37 | proceeds from them both, as Love. Others, again, say that ~ 218 1, 37 | because the Holy Ghost is the love whereby the Father and the 219 1, 37 | Father and the Son ~formally love each other. Others, again, 220 1, 37 | say that since in God "to love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~ 221 1, 37 | the Father ~and the Son love each other not by the Holy 222 1, 37 | sense. But ~when the term Love is taken in a notional sense 223 1, 37 | nothing else ~than "to spirate love"; just as to speak is to 224 1, 37 | that the Father and the Son love each ~other and us, by the 225 1, 37 | by the Holy Ghost, or by Love proceeding.~Aquin.: SMT 226 1, 37 | intelligent by the ~Son." But to love is taken not only essentially, 227 1, 37 | that the Father and the Son love each ~other by the Holy 228 1, 37 | produce a word. ~Likewise to love, taken in a notional sense, 229 1, 37 | sense, means to produce love; and ~so it can be said 230 1, 37 | person proceeding, and by Love itself as a notional act.~ 231 1, 37 | as above explained, to love, taken in a ~notional sense, 232 1, 37 | person produced, by way of love, which has relation to the ~ 233 1, 37 | Holy Ghost proceeds as the love of the ~primal goodness 234 1, 37 | Word ~and in the proceeding Love, as it were in a secondary 235 1, 38 | the divine Word and of the Love proceeding, so as freely 236 1, 38 | to ~know God truly and to love God rightly. Hence the rational 237 1, 38 | donation being gratuitous is ~love; since therefore do we give 238 1, 38 | we first give him is the love ~whereby we wish him well. 239 1, 38 | Hence it is manifest that love has the nature ~of a first 240 1, 38 | Holy Ghost proceeds as love, as stated above (Q[27], 241 1, 38 | proceeds from the Father as love, He is properly ~called 242 1, 38 | given ~is from the Father's love, according to the words, " 243 1, 39 | property of the Holy Ghost, as Love. This is what Augustine 244 1, 39 | De Trin. vi, 10): "That love, that delectation, that 245 1, 39 | the ~nature and object of love, has likeness to the Holy 246 1, 39 | property of the Holy Ghost as ~Love. To be written by another 247 1, 41 | kingdom of ~the Son of His love" (Col. 1:13). But love belongs 248 1, 41 | His love" (Col. 1:13). But love belongs to the will. Therefore ~ 249 1, 41 | nothing is more voluntary than love. But the Holy Ghost ~proceeds 250 1, 41 | Holy Ghost ~proceeds as Love from the Father and the 251 1, 41 | calls Christ the Son of the love of God, ~inasmuch as He 252 1, 41 | God; not, however, as if love ~were the principle of the 253 1, 41 | the Holy Ghost proceeds as Love, inasmuch as God ~loves 254 1, 41 | the Holy Ghost proceeds as love, which belongs to the ~will. 255 1, 41 | proceeding after the manner of love, which ~person is the Holy 256 1, 43 | procession of the ~subsisting love. Others express the temporal 257 1, 43 | operation of ~knowledge and love attains to God Himself, 258 1, 43 | first Gift, since ~He is Love, as stated above (Q[38], 259 1, 43 | Because ~the Holy Ghost is Love, the soul is assimilated 260 1, 43 | one Who breathes forth Love. Hence Augustine says (De 261 1, 43 | speak of is knowledge with love." Thus the Son is sent not 262 1, 43 | forth into the ~affection of love, as is said (Jn. 6:45): " 263 1, 43 | Holy Ghost, Who proceeds as Love, ~to be the gift of sanctification; 264 1, 45 | his mind, and through the ~love of his will regarding some 265 1, 45 | His Son; and through His Love, ~which is the Holy Ghost. 266 1, 45 | Holy Ghost proceeds as ~love of the will. Therefore in 267 1, 45 | word conceived, and the ~love proceeding.~Aquin.: SMT 268 1, 45 | Ghost, inasmuch as He is ~love, because the order of the 269 1, 48 | divine will, ~and to divine love, whereby the divine good 270 1, 59 | of its movement, which is love. Under the first heading 271 1, 59 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, love and joy are in the concupiscible; 272 1, 59 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Love and joy, in so far as they 273 1, 59 | intellective part: in this sense to love is to wish ~well to anyone; 274 1, 60 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE LOVE OR DILECTION OF THE ANGELS ( 275 1, 60 | act of the will which is ~love or dilection; because every 276 1, 60 | appetitive faculty comes of ~love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] Out. 277 1, 60 | Whether there is natural love in the angels?~(2) Whether 278 1, 60 | Whether there is in them love of choice?~(3) Whether the 279 1, 60 | loves himself with natural love or with love of ~choice?~( 280 1, 60 | with natural love or with love of ~choice?~(4) Whether 281 1, 60 | loves another with natural love as he loves ~himself?~(5) 282 1, 60 | more than self with natural love?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 283 1, 60 | Whether there is natural love or dilection in an angel?~ 284 1, 60 | that there is no natural love or dilection in the ~angels. 285 1, 60 | the ~angels. For, natural love is contradistinguished from 286 1, 60 | contradistinguished from intellectual love, ~as stated by Dionysius ( 287 1, 60 | Nom. iv). But an angel's love is ~intellectual. Therefore 288 1, 60 | OBJ 2: Further, those who love with natural love are more 289 1, 60 | those who love with natural love are more acted upon ~than 290 1, 60 | Consequently there ~is no natural love in them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 291 1, 60 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every love is either ordinate or inordinate. 292 1, 60 | inordinate. Now ~ordinate love belongs to charity; while 293 1, 60 | charity; while inordinate love belongs to ~wickedness. 294 1, 60 | Therefore there is no ~natural love in the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 295 1, 60 | Para. 1/1 ~On the contrary, Love results from knowledge; 296 1, 60 | Therefore there is also natural love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 297 1, 60 | necessarily place natural love in the angels. In ~evidence 298 1, 60 | its natural appetite or love. This inclination is found 299 1, 60 | there must be a natural love in his will.~Aquin.: SMT 300 1, 60 | Reply OBJ 1: Intellectual love is contradistinguished from 301 1, 60 | contradistinguished from that natural ~love, which is merely natural, 302 1, 60 | always true, so is natural love ~well regulated; because 303 1, 60 | regulated; because natural love is nothing else than the 304 1, 60 | the ~rectitude of natural love is different from the rectitude 305 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~Whether there is love of choice in the angels?~ 306 1, 60 | would seem that there is no love of choice in the angels. 307 1, 60 | choice in the angels. For ~love of choice appears to be 308 1, 60 | choice appears to be rational love; since choice follows counsel, ~ 309 1, 60 | Ethic. iii, 3. Now rational love is ~contrasted with intellectual, 310 1, 60 | Therefore there is no love of choice in the angels.~ 311 1, 60 | can ~know naturally. Now love follows knowledge, as has 312 1, 60 | Consequently, besides their infused love, there is ~only natural 313 1, 60 | there is ~only natural love in the angels. Therefore 314 1, 60 | angels. Therefore there is no love of choice in ~them.~Aquin.: 315 1, 60 | natural acts. But ~by their love the angels merit or demerit. 316 1, 60 | demerit. Therefore there is love of ~choice in them.~Aquin.: 317 1, 60 | in the angels a natural love, and a love of ~choice. 318 1, 60 | angels a natural love, and a love of ~choice. Their natural 319 1, 60 | of ~choice. Their natural love is the principle of their 320 1, 60 | is the principle of their love of choice; ~because, what 321 1, 60 | of the end. Therefore the love of that ~good, which a man 322 1, 60 | as an end, is his natural love; but the ~love which comes 323 1, 60 | his natural love; but the ~love which comes of this, which 324 1, 60 | the end's sake, ~is the love of choice.~Aquin.: SMT FP 325 1, 60 | found in ~them both natural love and love of choice.~Aquin.: 326 1, 60 | them both natural love and love of choice.~Aquin.: SMT FP 327 1, 60 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Not all love of choice is rational love, 328 1, 60 | love of choice is rational love, according as ~rational 329 1, 60 | distinguished from intellectual love. For rational love is so ~ 330 1, 60 | intellectual love. For rational love is so ~called which follows 331 1, 60 | himself with both natural love, and love of ~choice?~Aquin.: 332 1, 60 | with both natural love, and love of ~choice?~Aquin.: SMT 333 1, 60 | that the angel does not love himself both with ~natural 334 1, 60 | himself both with ~natural love and a love of choice. For, 335 1, 60 | with ~natural love and a love of choice. For, as was said ( 336 1, 60 | was said (A[2]), natural love ~regards the end itself; 337 1, 60 | regards the end itself; while love of choice regards the means 338 1, 60 | the end. Therefore natural love and the love of choice ~ 339 1, 60 | Therefore natural love and the love of choice ~cannot have the 340 1, 60 | observes (Div. Nom. iv): "Love is a ~uniting and a binding 341 1, 60 | Therefore the angel cannot love himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 342 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, love is a kind of movement. But 343 1, 60 | seems that an angel cannot love ~himself with either natural 344 1, 60 | either natural or elective love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 345 1, 60 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8): "Love for others ~comes of love 346 1, 60 | Love for others ~comes of love for oneself."~Aquin.: SMT 347 1, 60 | that, Since the object of love is good, and good is to 348 1, 60 | possessed. ~This kind of love has been called by the name " 349 1, 60 | and perfection. This is to love self. Hence angel and man 350 1, 60 | angel and man naturally ~love self, in so far as by natural 351 1, 60 | each loves self with the love of choice, in so ~far as 352 1, 60 | natural and with elective love, as ~was observed above.~ 353 1, 60 | there is more ~oneness in love which is directed to self 354 1, 60 | directed to self than in love which unites one ~to others. 355 1, 60 | show the derivation of love from self to things outside 356 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As love is an action which remains 357 1, 60 | loves another with natural love as he loves himself?~Aquin.: 358 1, 60 | seem that an angel does not love another with natural ~love 359 1, 60 | love another with natural ~love as he loves himself. For 360 1, 60 | as he loves himself. For love follows knowledge. But an 361 1, 60 | that one angel does not love another ~with natural love 362 1, 60 | love another ~with natural love as he loves himself.~Aquin.: 363 1, 60 | is derived from it. But love for another comes of ~love 364 1, 60 | love for another comes of ~love for self, as the Philosopher 365 1, 60 | Therefore one ~angel does not love another as himself, but 366 1, 60 | OBJ 3: Further, natural love is of something as an end, 367 1, 60 | another; and again, such love can ~be severed from him, 368 1, 60 | the demons, who have no love for ~the good angels. Therefore 369 1, 60 | Therefore an angel does not love another with natural ~love 370 1, 60 | love another with natural ~love as he loves himself.~Aquin.: 371 1, 60 | angel and man naturally love ~self. Now what is one with 372 1, 60 | it loves it with natural love; but if it be one with it 373 1, 60 | loves it with non-natural love. Thus a man ~loves his fellow 374 1, 60 | fellow townsman with a social love, while he loves a blood ~ 375 1, 60 | other respects, he does not love him with natural love.~Aquin.: 376 1, 60 | not love him with natural love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 377 1, 60 | qualify the ~knowledge and the love on the part of the one known 378 1, 60 | qualify the ~knowledge and the love on the part of the knower 379 1, 60 | like manner he does ~not love another as he loves himself, 380 1, 60 | own ~will; but he does not love another by the other's will.~ 381 1, 60 | natural for him to have a like love for another ~as for himself, 382 1, 60 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Natural love is said to be of the end, 383 1, 60 | oneself. Nor can ~such natural love be stripped from the wicked 384 1, 60 | Whether an angel by natural love loves God more than he loves 385 1, 60 | that the angel does not love God by natural love ~more 386 1, 60 | not love God by natural love ~more than he loves himself. 387 1, 60 | was stated (A[4]), natural love rests ~upon natural union. 388 1, 60 | Therefore, according to natural love, the angel loves God less ~ 389 1, 60 | loves another with natural love for his own sake: ~because 390 1, 60 | Therefore the angel ~does not love God more than self with 391 1, 60 | more than self with natural love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 392 1, 60 | Therefore the angel does not love God ~more than himself from 393 1, 60 | than himself from natural love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 394 1, 60 | is proper to charity to love God more than self. But ~ 395 1, 60 | more than self. But ~to love from charity is not natural 396 1, 60 | Therefore the angels do not love God more than ~themselves 397 1, 60 | than ~themselves by natural love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 398 1, 60 | OBJ 5: Further, natural love lasts while nature endures. 399 1, 60 | nature endures. But the love of ~God more than self does 400 1, 60 | made two cities; ~namely love of self unto the contempt 401 1, 60 | the earthly city; ~while love of God unto the contempt 402 1, 60 | Therefore it is not natural to love God more than self.~Aquin.: 403 1, 60 | Consequently from ~natural love the angel loves God more 404 1, 60 | than himself with natural love, both as to the love of ~ 405 1, 60 | natural love, both as to the love of ~concupiscence, through 406 1, 60 | in a fashion, as to the love of friendship, in so ~far 407 1, 60 | speaking, out of the natural love ~he loves himself more than 408 1, 60 | follows that from ~natural love angel and man alike love 409 1, 60 | love angel and man alike love God before themselves and 410 1, 60 | themselves and with a ~greater love. Otherwise, if either of 411 1, 60 | would follow that natural love would be perverse, and that 412 1, 60 | for he does not naturally love God for his own good, ~but 413 1, 60 | it denotes the nature of love on the lover's part, ~then 414 1, 60 | the nature of anyone to love God, ~except from this - 415 1, 60 | everything with natural love. So far as ~He is the good 416 1, 60 | supernatural ~beatitude, He is love with the love of charity.~ 417 1, 60 | beatitude, He is love with the love of charity.~Aquin.: SMT 418 1, 60 | by the same movement of love ~moved towards the Divine 419 1, 60 | in His essence should not love Him. But such as do not 420 1, 62 | glory, did their natural love and knowledge remain?~(8) 421 1, 62 | first is by the perfect love of God; this belongs to 422 1, 62 | that is, with the pure love wherewith they cling to 423 1, 62 | Whether natural knowledge and love remain in the beatified 424 1, 62 | that natural knowledge and love do not remain in ~the beatified 425 1, 62 | done away." But ~natural love and knowledge are imperfect 426 1, 62 | beatified ~knowledge and love. Therefore, in beatitude, 427 1, 62 | beatitude, natural knowledge and love ~cease.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 428 1, 62 | But the ~knowledge and love of glory suffice for the 429 1, 62 | their natural knowledge and love to remain.~Aquin.: SMT FP 430 1, 62 | beatified knowledge and ~love; for, as is said Ethic. 431 1, 62 | be natural knowledge and love in the ~angels.~Aquin.: 432 1, 62 | away natural knowledge and love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 433 1, 62 | that, Natural knowledge and love remain in the angels. For 434 1, 62 | But natural knowledge ~and love are ordained to the knowledge 435 1, 62 | ordained to the knowledge and love of glory. Accordingly ~there 436 1, 62 | hinder natural knowledge and love from existing in ~the angel 437 1, 63 | moved by the movement of love towards God. ~Therefore 438 1, 63 | towards God. ~Therefore such love cannot be withdrawn from 439 1, 63 | God by the movement ~of love, according as God is the 440 1, 63 | beatitude, comes of ~infused love, from which he could be 441 1, 63 | derived from the ardor of love and from God's ~indwelling, 442 1, 64 | effective, and ~produces love for God; which knowledge 443 1, 74 | that ~the Holy Spirit is Love. Now, "there are two things," 444 1, 74 | 8) which came from God's love of His creatures, their ~ 445 1, 74 | signified by water, ~even as the love of the artist moves over 446 1, 74 | stood in need of them. For love of that ~kind is subject 447 1, 74 | superior to, the object of love. Moreover, it is ~fittingly 448 1, 77 | that "mind, knowledge, and love are in ~the soul substantially, 449 1, 77 | is: Whereas the mind can ~love and know other things" ( 450 1, 77 | itself. Thus knowledge and love as referred to the soul 451 1, 77 | says that knowledge and love are ~not in the soul as 452 1, 77 | proceeds in this ~sense; for if love were in the soul loved as 453 1, 37 | NAME OF THE HOLY GHOST - LOVE (TWO ARTICLES)~We now inquire 454 1, 37 | inquire concerning the name "Love," on which arise two points 455 1, 37 | Whether the Father and the Son love each other by the Holy Ghost?~ 456 1, 37 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether "Love" is the proper name of the 457 1, 37 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "Love" is not the proper name 458 1, 37 | Therefore ~this name, "Love," is not the proper name 459 1, 37 | a subsisting person, but love is not ~used to signify 460 1, 37 | to the beloved. Therefore Love is not the proper name of 461 1, 37 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Love is the bond between lovers, 462 1, 37 | Dionysius says ~(Div. Nom. iv): "Love is a unitive force." But 463 1, 37 | seems that He is not the Love or bond of the ~Father and 464 1, 37 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, Love belongs to every lover. 465 1, 37 | lover: therefore He has love. So if the Holy Ghost is 466 1, 37 | So if the Holy Ghost is Love, He must be ~love of love, 467 1, 37 | Ghost is Love, He must be ~love of love, and spirit from 468 1, 37 | Love, He must be ~love of love, and spirit from spirit; 469 1, 37 | The Holy Ghost ~Himself is Love."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 470 1, 37 | I answer that, The name Love in God can be taken essentially 471 1, 37 | which is the ~procession of Love; forasmuch as the former 472 1, 37 | words ~"dilection" and "love," which express the relation 473 1, 37 | relations by the words "love" and "dilection": just as 474 1, 37 | It follows that so far as love means only the relation 475 1, 37 | lover to ~the object loved, "love" and "to love" are said 476 1, 37 | object loved, "love" and "to love" are said of the essence, 477 1, 37 | what ~proceeds by way of love, and "vice versa," so that 478 1, 37 | vice versa," so that by "love" is ~understood the "love 479 1, 37 | love" is ~understood the "love proceeding," and by "to 480 1, 37 | proceeding," and by "to love" is understood "the ~spiration 481 1, 37 | understood "the ~spiration of the love proceeding," in that sense " 482 1, 37 | proceeding," in that sense "love" is the name of ~the person 483 1, 37 | name of ~the person and "to love" is a notional term, as " 484 1, 37 | understand, and to will, and to love signify ~actions passing 485 1, 37 | to their object. ~Hence, love also in ourselves is something 486 1, 37 | because both Word ~and Love are subsistent. Therefore, 487 1, 37 | that the Holy Ghost is ~the Love of the Father for the Son, 488 1, 37 | but only the relation of love to the ~beloved; as also 489 1, 37 | Son, inasmuch as He is Love; because, since the Father 490 1, 37 | Himself and ~the Son with one Love, and conversely, there is 491 1, 37 | expressed in the Holy ~Ghost, as Love, the relation of the Father 492 1, 37 | Father and ~the Son mutually love one another, it necessarily 493 1, 37 | follows that this ~mutual Love, the Holy Ghost, proceeds 494 1, 37 | Holy Ghost loves, taking Love ~as an essential term, still 495 1, 37 | belong to Him to spirate love, ~which is to take love 496 1, 37 | love, ~which is to take love as a notional term; because 497 1, 37 | He loves essentially as ~love proceeding; but not as the 498 1, 37 | but not as the one whence love proceeds.~Aquin.: SMT FP 499 1, 37 | Whether the Father and the Son love each other by the Holy Ghost?~ 500 1, 37 | Father and the Son do not love each other ~by the Holy


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