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1 1, 2 | contrary, It is said in the person of God: "I am Who am." ( 2 1, 8 | inferior bodies, and in the person of these it is said, "He 3 1, 12 | Quaest. qu. xxxii): "One ~person cannot see one and the same 4 1, 12 | infinitely; thus, for instance, a person can have a ~probable opinion 5 1, 12 | Thus ~Paul, or any other person who sees God, by the very 6 1, 13 | similitude; as for instance a person can be called "Achilles" ~ 7 1, 16 | the ~statement - "that a person commits fornication is true" - 8 1, 16 | argue, "Therefore that this person fornicates is from ~God", 9 1, 17 | sweet seems bitter to a sick person. But as to common objects 10 1, 19 | cause of the will in the person who wills, in the same way 11 1, 19 | the understanding, in the person that understands. The case ~ 12 1, 19 | Further, it is said in the person of the Lord: "I will speak ~ 13 1, 19 | when he works in his own person; in ~that way the expression 14 1, 20 | that one wills, and to the person for whom one wills it: since 15 1, 20 | wills it: since to love a ~person is to wish that person good. 16 1, 20 | person is to wish that person good. Hence, inasmuch as 17 1, 20 | of the good itself that a person wills for the ~beloved. 18 1, 20 | the Word of God in ~the person of Christ more than He loves 19 1, 21 | must ~be considered that a person is said to be merciful [ 20 1, 23 | things foreknown, but in the person who ~foreknows them. Therefore, 21 1, 23 | predestined; but ~only in the person who predestines. We have 22 1, 23 | sense for a mission which a ~person conceives in the mind; and 23 1, 23 | includes the will to permit a person to fall into sin, and to ~ 24 1, 23 | from the free-will of the person ~who is reprobated and deserted 25 1, 23 | away from the ~power of the person reprobated. Hence, when 26 1, 23 | 2: When the will of the person choosing is incited to make 27 1, 23 | that God gives ~grace to a person, and pre-ordains that He 28 1, 23 | are given gratuitously, a person can give more or less, just 29 1, 23 | may be said to belong to a person in two ways; ~first, by 30 1, 23 | crown by mortal sin. Another person ~receives that crown thus 31 1, 23 | so ~the salvation of a person is predestined by God in 32 1, 23 | that ~whatever helps that person towards salvation falls 33 1, 23 | is said to be helped by a person through whom he carries 34 1, 27 | as is declared in the ~person of the divine Wisdom, "The 35 1, 27 | is; and so it is that the Person proceeding as ~love receives 36 1, 27 | the procession of a divine person; but is indicated by the ~ 37 1, 28 | is the relation of ~the person proceeding from the principle; 38 1, 28 | and the relation of the person proceeding ~is called procession: 39 1, 29 | signification of this word "person"; (2) the number of the ~ 40 1, 29 | 1) The ~definition of "person."~(2) The comparison of 41 1, 29 | 2) The comparison of person to essence, subsistence, 42 1, 29 | 3) Whether the name of person is becoming to God?~(4) 43 1, 29 | 1/1~The definition of "person"~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 44 1, 29 | seem that the definition of person given by Boethius (De ~Duab. 45 1, 29 | insufficient - that is, "a person is an individual ~substance 46 1, 29 | subject to ~definition. But "person" signifies something singular. 47 1, 29 | something singular. Therefore person ~is improperly defined.~ 48 1, 29 | above in the definition of person, ~is either first substance, 49 1, 29 | intention. Therefore, since person is the name ~of a thing ( 50 1, 29 | Aristotle ~says (Phys. ii). But person exists in things immovable, 51 1, 29 | into the ~definition of person, but the word should rather 52 1, 29 | nature; but it is not a person. Therefore person is not 53 1, 29 | not a person. Therefore person is not properly ~defined 54 1, 29 | substances; and this name is "person."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 55 1, 29 | placed in the definition of ~person, as signifying the singular 56 1, 29 | this way Boethius defines person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 57 1, 29 | substance" in the ~definition of person stands for first substance, 58 1, 29 | assumptibility is excluded from person; for the human ~nature in 59 1, 29 | nature in Christ is not a person, since it is assumed by 60 1, 29 | placed in the ~definition of person to signify the mode of subsistence 61 1, 29 | So in the definition of "person," which means ~the singular 62 1, 29 | definition nor the name of person belongs to it.~Aquin.: SMT 63 1, 29 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether "person" is the same as hypostasis, 64 1, 29 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "person" is the same as "hypostasis," ~" 65 1, 29 | this with us signifies "person." Therefore "person" is ~ 66 1, 29 | signifies "person." Therefore "person" is ~altogether the same 67 1, 29 | God; which implies that "person" and ~"subsistence" have 68 1, 29 | same meaning. Therefore "person" and "subsistence" ~mean 69 1, 29 | called "hypostasis" and "person." Therefore all the aforesaid 70 1, 29 | nor matter can be called person. Therefore person differs ~ 71 1, 29 | called person. Therefore person differs ~from the others.~ 72 1, 29 | of substances, this name "person" signifies in the genus ~ 73 1, 29 | nature ~of hypostasis and person. For soul, flesh, and bone 74 1, 29 | Therefore hypostasis and person add the individual ~principles 75 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~Whether the word "person" should be said of God?~ 76 1, 29 | would seem that the name "person" should not be said of God. ~ 77 1, 29 | oracles." But the name "person" is ~not expressed to us 78 1, 29 | New Testament. Therefore "person" is ~not to be applied to 79 1, 29 | De Duab. Nat.): "The word person seems to ~be taken from 80 1, 29 | comedies and ~tragedies. For person comes from sounding through [ 81 1, 29 | sense. Therefore the word "person" is ~only applied to God 82 1, 29 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every person is a hypostasis. But the 83 1, 29 | honey." Therefore the word "person" should not be said of God.~ 84 1, 29 | But the definition of "person," as given above, ~does 85 1, 29 | substance. Therefore the word ~"person" ought not to be attributed 86 1, 29 | Athanasius we say: "One is the person ~of the Father, another 87 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, "Person" signifies what is most 88 1, 29 | every perfection, this name "person" is fittingly ~applied to 89 1, 29 | OBJ 1: Although the word "person" is not found applied to 90 1, 29 | OBJ 2: Although this name "person" may not belong to God as ~ 91 1, 29 | and tragedies, the name "person" was given to signify those 92 1, 29 | by some the definition of person is given as ~"hypostasis 93 1, 29 | rational nature is called a "person." Now the dignity of the 94 1, 29 | dignity; and thus the name "person" ~pre-eminently belongs 95 1, 29 | is not a definition of ~person in the sense we use when 96 1, 29 | definition by adding that "Person" in ~God is "the incommunicable 97 1, 29 | 1/1~Whether this word "person" signifies relation?~Aquin.: 98 1, 29 | would seem that this word "person," as applied to God, does ~ 99 1, 29 | When we speak of the person of the Father, we mean nothing 100 1, 29 | substance of the Father, for person is said in regard to Himself, 101 1, 29 | Three persons." Therefore person signifies essence.~Aquin.: 102 1, 29 | But the definition of "person" is this: "The ~individual 103 1, 29 | above stated. Therefore ~"person" signifies substance.~Aquin.: 104 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, person in men and angels does not 105 1, 29 | But no word belongs to person more ~strictly than the 106 1, 29 | strictly than the very word "person" itself. Therefore this 107 1, 29 | itself. Therefore this word "person" ~signifies relation.~Aquin.: 108 1, 29 | the meaning of this word ~"person" in God, from the fact that 109 1, 29 | thought that this word "person" of itself expresses ~absolutely 110 1, 29 | persons," or, "one is the person of the Father, another of ~ 111 1, 29 | explanation; ~for, if this word "person," by force of its own signification, 112 1, 29 | maintained that this word "person" ~in God signifies both 113 1, 29 | indirectly, ~forasmuch as "person" means as it were "by itself 114 1, 29 | as ~in the definition of "person" the term nature is mentioned 115 1, 29 | the meaning of ~this word "person" in general; and another 116 1, 29 | another to ask the meaning of "person" ~as applied to God. For " 117 1, 29 | as applied to God. For "person" in general signifies the 118 1, 29 | from others. Therefore "person" in any nature signifies ~ 119 1, 29 | though not belonging to "person" in general, ~nevertheless 120 1, 29 | meaning of a particular human person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 121 1, 29 | Father, Who is a divine person. Therefore a ~divine person 122 1, 29 | person. Therefore a ~divine person signifies a relation as 123 1, 29 | true to say ~that the name "person" signifies relation directly, 124 1, 29 | into the notion of the ~person indirectly. Thus we can 125 1, 29 | signification of the word ~"person" was not clearly perceived 126 1, 29 | heretics. ~Hence, this word "person" was used just as any other 127 1, 29 | signification, so that this word "person" means relation not only 128 1, 29 | Reply OBJ 1: This word "person" is said in respect to itself, 129 1, 29 | signification ~of divine person, but not in that of an angelic 130 1, 29 | an angelic or of a human person, the ~word "person" is used 131 1, 29 | human person, the ~word "person" is used in an equivocal 132 1, 30 | The community of the term "person."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 133 1, 30 | several persons in God. For ~person is "the individual substance 134 1, 30 | Athanasius says: "One is the person of the Father, ~another 135 1, 30 | A[4]) that this word ~"person" signifies in God a relation 136 1, 30 | OBJ 1: The definition of "person" includes "substance," not 137 1, 30 | intellect. But in God, one person proceeds from the will, 138 1, 30 | God not ~only is there a person proceeding from the will, 139 1, 30 | the production of a divine person. But ~also in the Holy Ghost 140 1, 30 | Ghost ~produces a divine person; and that person another; 141 1, 30 | divine person; and that person another; and so to infinity.~ 142 1, 30 | needs belong to ~the same person. Since then paternity and 143 1, 30 | subsisting paternity is the person of the Father; and the subsisting ~ 144 1, 30 | subsisting ~filiation is the person of the Son. The other two 145 1, 30 | two cannot belong to one person: ~hence either one of them 146 1, 30 | one must belong to one person, and the other to the other. 147 1, 30 | procession are ~derived, if the person generating and the person 148 1, 30 | person generating and the person generated proceeded from ~ 149 1, 30 | generated proceeded from ~the person spirating; and this is against 150 1, 30 | spiration belongs to the person ~of the Father, and to the 151 1, 30 | of the Father, and to the person of the Son, forasmuch as 152 1, 30 | procession belongs to the other person who is called the person 153 1, 30 | person who is called the person of ~the Holy Ghost, who 154 1, 30 | is not separated from the person of the Father and of the 155 1, 30 | does not belong to only one person; nor is it a ~personal relation - 156 1, 30 | relation - i.e. constituting a person. The three ~relations - 157 1, 30 | persons; for paternity is the ~person of the Father, filiation 158 1, 30 | Father, filiation is the person of the Son, procession is ~ 159 1, 30 | Son, procession is ~the person of the Holy Ghost proceeding.~ 160 1, 30 | Father produced a divine person by His goodness, the Holy 161 1, 30 | principle of ~another divine person; because He Himself proceeds 162 1, 30 | undivided; and ~when we say the person is one, it signifies the 163 1, 30 | is one, it signifies the person undivided; and ~when we 164 1, 30 | 1/1~Whether this term "person" can be common to the three 165 1, 30 | would seem that this term "person" cannot be common to the ~ 166 1, 30 | essence. But this term "person" does not signify the essence 167 1, 30 | But ~the very meaning of person is that it is incommunicable; 168 1, 30 | Therefore this term "person" is not common to all the 169 1, 30 | 3: Further, if the name "person" is common to the three, 170 1, 30 | three persons would be one person; nor again is it so logically; ~ 171 1, 30 | so logically; ~otherwise person would be a universal. But 172 1, 30 | Therefore this term 'person' is not common to the three.~ 173 1, 30 | persons," because what a person is, is ~common to them.~ 174 1, 30 | itself shows that this term ~"person" is common to the three 175 1, 30 | there would be only one person of the ~three, as also one 176 1, 30 | forasmuch as the definition of "person" contains the word ~"incommunicable." 177 1, 30 | intention, as ~the definition of person contains the word "individual"; 178 1, 30 | excluded by the fact that "person" is not a name of ~exclusion 179 1, 30 | human affairs this name "person" is common by a ~community 180 1, 30 | things; while this name "person" is not given to signify 181 1, 30 | nature. Thus this ~name "person" is common in idea to the 182 1, 30 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although person is incommunicable, yet the 183 1, 30 | affairs is the community of ~person the same as community of 184 1, 31 | Further, the terms "other person" and "other thing" [alius 185 1, 31 | So if the Son is ~another person from the Father, it follows 186 1, 31 | although the Father is one person, the Son another, and the 187 1, 31 | Sabellius, who placed unity of ~person with the unity of essence.~ 188 1, 31 | nature, as He is another person and another hypostasis.~ 189 1, 31 | the sense of hypostasis or person. ~But diversity requires 190 1, 31 | are one thing, but not one person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 191 1, 31 | be ~predicated of every person "per se," and of all the 192 1, 31 | Father" can signify the person of the Father; and then ~ 193 1, 31 | true; for no man is that person: or it can signify that 194 1, 31 | man is not white." But one person is in the concept of another; 195 1, 31 | because the Son is another person than the Father, but not 196 1, 31 | tends to exclude ~another Person rather than other things. 197 1, 31 | it as referring to the person of the Father, but to the 198 1, 31 | Or, if understood of the person of ~the Father, the other 199 1, 31 | seem to signify (for the person of the ~Father could not 200 1, 32 | regards knowledge of a ~third person - i.e. of the Holy Ghost - 201 1, 32 | word," not as meaning the ~Person begotten in God, but as 202 1, 32 | the knowledge of the third person, ~because they deviated 203 1, 32 | signified as "What"; and ~the person as "Who"; and the property 204 1, 32 | second motive is because one person in God is related to two ~ 205 1, 32 | two ~persons - namely, the person of the Father to the person 206 1, 32 | person of the Father to the person of the Son and ~the person 207 1, 32 | person of the Son and ~the person of the Holy Ghost. This 208 1, 32 | since there is only ~one Person of the Father, it is necessary 209 1, 32 | there must be in some one person two or more notions, as 210 1, 32 | more notions, as in the person of ~the Father there is 211 1, 32 | differ, ~it follows that the person of the Father is composed 212 1, 32 | the Holy Ghost no other person proceeds. And in ~this respect 213 1, 32 | whereby we know a divine ~Person. Now the divine persons 214 1, 32 | and by these two modes a person can be ~known. Therefore 215 1, 32 | be ~known. Therefore the Person of the Father cannot be 216 1, 32 | filiation"; and ~also by another person proceeding from Him, the 217 1, 32 | is from Him, as no divine person proceeds from Him.~Aquin.: 218 1, 32 | several properties of one Person, as they are not ~relatively 219 1, 32 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Since Person implies dignity, as stated 220 1, 32 | Spirit from the fact that no ~person is from Him. For this does 221 1, 33 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE PERSON OF THE FATHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 222 1, 33 | persons singly; and first, the Person of the Father, ~concerning 223 1, 33 | Principle?~(2) Whether the person of the Father is properly 224 1, 33 | follows that ~the Son is a person principled, and is therefore 225 1, 33 | properly the name of a divine person? ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 226 1, 33 | properly the name of ~a divine person. For the name "Father" signifies 227 1, 33 | signifies relation. Moreover ~"person" is an individual substance. 228 1, 33 | properly a name signifying a Person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 229 1, 33 | proper name of the divine person is begetter and genitor 230 1, 33 | proper name of any divine person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 231 1, 33 | The proper name of any person signifies that whereby the ~ 232 1, 33 | signifies that whereby the ~person is distinguished from all 233 1, 33 | which distinguishes the person of the Father from all other 234 1, 33 | the proper ~name of the person of the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 235 1, 33 | relation is not a subsisting person. So this name ~"father" 236 1, 33 | among us does not signify a person, but the relation of a ~ 237 1, 33 | but the relation of a ~person. In God, however, it is 238 1, 33 | Father" is a subsisting person. ~Hence, as above explained ( 239 1, 33 | Q[29], A[4]), this name "person" in God ~signifies a relation 240 1, 33 | expressive as regards the divine person than genitor or ~begettor.~ 241 1, 33 | personal name, belongs to the ~person of the Father; and taken 242 1, 33 | nature, according as a divine person is Father of the Son, and 243 1, 33 | importing regard of one ~Person to another Person, before 244 1, 33 | of one ~Person to another Person, before it imports the regard 245 1, 33 | For in the concept of ~the person of the Father, God is understood; 246 1, 33 | personal relations; because the person proceeding in ~God proceeds 247 1, 33 | privation, it follows that the Person of the Father is ~imperfect; 248 1, 33 | is the principle of the person begotten, ~so is He of the 249 1, 33 | begotten, ~so is He of the person proceeding. So if by reason 250 1, 33 | of his opposition to ~the person begotten, it is proper to 251 1, 33 | meaning that a certain person of ~the divine nature is 252 1, 33 | not begotten, while some person of the same nature ~is begotten. 253 1, 33 | unbegotten" belongs ~to a divine person as the principle of another 254 1, 33 | the principle of another person; so that it be ~understood 255 1, 33 | procession, as a subsisting person; nor does it belong to the 256 1, 33 | but ~proceeds from the person begotten.~ 257 1, 34 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE PERSON OF THE SON (THREE ARTICLES)~ 258 1, 34 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the person of the Son. Three names 259 1, 34 | OBJ 4: Further, no divine person is made. But the Word of 260 1, 34 | spoken" belongs to ~each Person, for not only is the word 261 1, 34 | Therefore in this manner to one ~person alone in God does it belong 262 1, 34 | word, it belongs to each Person to be spoken. For the ~Father, 263 1, 34 | understands. Thus, only the Person who utters the Word is " 264 1, 34 | in ~God, although each Person understands and is understood, 265 1, 34 | the Son is a subsisting person in God. But word does not 266 1, 34 | the ~proper name of the person of the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 267 1, 34 | every proper name of a person signifies some property 268 1, 34 | signifies some property of ~that person. Therefore, if the Word 269 1, 34 | is the proper name of the person of the Son. For it ~signifies 270 1, 34 | of the intellect: and the person Who proceeds in ~God, by 271 1, 34 | everything that makes a person known may be ~called his 272 1, 34 | indirectly in the name of the ~person; for person is an individual 273 1, 34 | name of the ~person; for person is an individual substance 274 1, 34 | Therefore the name of a divine person, as regards the personal 275 1, 36 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE PERSON OF THE HOLY GHOST (FOUR 276 1, 36 | treat of what belongs to the person of the Holy Ghost, Who ~ 277 1, 36 | proper name of one divine ~Person?~(2) Whether that divine 278 1, 36 | 2) Whether that divine person Who is called the Holy Ghost, 279 1, 36 | proper name of one divine person?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 280 1, 36 | proper ~name of one divine person. For no name which is common 281 1, 36 | the proper name of any one person. But this name of 'Holy ~ 282 1, 36 | specially to the third ~Holy Person, we have an example from 283 1, 36 | proper name of a ~divine person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 284 1, 36 | proper name of a divine Person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 285 1, 36 | is the name of a divine Person He cannot ~be called the 286 1, 36 | proper name of a divine Person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 287 1, 36 | is the name of a divine person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 288 1, 36 | for which reason the Person proceeding ~in that manner 289 1, 36 | so to ~signify the divine Person, Who proceeds by way of 290 1, 36 | from the ~fact that the person who is called "Holy Ghost" 291 1, 36 | Therefore ~because the divine person proceeds by way of the love 292 1, 36 | whereby God is ~loved, that person is most properly named " 293 1, 36 | accommodated to signify a Person distinct from the others 294 1, 36 | principle as regards a divine person; but ~rather the reverse. 295 1, 36 | but belong only to the one person of the Father. If therefore 296 1, 36 | related to them. Hence, as the person of the Father is one, it 297 1, 36 | it would ~follow that the person of the Son and of the Holy 298 1, 36 | displayed. So if from the one Person of ~the Father, two persons 299 1, 36 | and the Son would be one person; nor again do we ~designate 300 1, 36 | regards ~any other divine person. Therefore neither are the 301 1, 36 | principle" stands either for the person of the Father, or for ~the 302 1, 36 | the Father, or for ~the person of the Son; and in either 303 1, 36 | number does not signify ~"person," but "property," it must 304 1, 36 | does ~not stand for one person only, but indistinctly for 305 1, 37 | in the singular of ~each person and of all together, is 306 1, 37 | together, is a proper name of a person. Therefore ~this name, " 307 1, 37 | Holy Ghost is a subsisting person, but love is not ~used to 308 1, 37 | to signify a subsisting person, but rather an action passing 309 1, 37 | circumlocution as ~regards the person Who proceeds, and the relations 310 1, 37 | love" is the name of ~the person and "to love" is a notional 311 1, 37 | the medium, but the third person in the ~Trinity; whereas 312 1, 37 | speaks by the Word, as by the Person proceeding, "and speaks 313 1, 37 | imports a ~determinate person proceeding; since "to speak" 314 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost, as by ~the person proceeding, and by Love 315 1, 37 | the production of a divine person, but ~also the person produced, 316 1, 37 | divine person, but ~also the person produced, by way of love, 317 1, 38 | to be his. Now a divine person is ~said to belong to another, 318 1, 38 | and in this way a divine person ~cannot be possessed, except 319 1, 38 | can be moved by a divine person, not, however, in such a 320 1, 38 | able to enjoy the divine person, and to use the effect thereof. 321 1, 38 | can possess the divine person. Nevertheless in order that 322 1, 38 | another source. Thus a divine person can "be given," and can 323 1, 38 | given. Hence the divine person is called Gift from ~eternity, 324 1, 38 | included ~in the idea of person, as stated above (Q[34], 325 1, 38 | every proper name of a person signifies a property. But ~ 326 1, 39 | treat of what concerns the person in reference to the essence, 327 1, 39 | in God is the same as the person?~(2) Whether we should say 328 1, 39 | be appropriated to each person?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 329 1, 39 | essence is the same as the person?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 330 1, 39 | essence is not the same as person. ~For whenever essence is 331 1, 39 | whenever essence is the same as person or "suppositum," there can 332 1, 39 | essence is not the same as person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 333 1, 39 | true ~of essence and of person. For person is distinct, 334 1, 39 | essence and of person. For person is distinct, whereas essence 335 1, 39 | essence is not. ~Therefore person and essence are not the 336 1, 39 | be subject to itself. But person is subject ~to essence; 337 1, 39 | hypostasis." Therefore ~person is not the same as essence.~ 338 1, 39 | vi, 7): "When we say the ~person of the Father we mean nothing 339 1, 39 | substances is nothing else than ~person. But a difficulty seems 340 1, 39 | that in God essence and person ~differ, forasmuch as they 341 1, 39 | not really ~distinct from person; and yet that the persons 342 1, 39 | distinguished ~from each other. For person, as above stated (Q[29], 343 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 2: As essence and person in God differ in our way 344 1, 39 | not usual to say that the person is of the ~essence; but 345 1, 39 | that the essence is of the person. Therefore it does ~not 346 1, 39 | signifies a form ~as regards the person, it may properly be said 347 1, 39 | that the essence is of the ~person; but we cannot say the converse, 348 1, 39 | instance, the Father is a person of the ~"divine essence"; 349 1, 39 | essence is different from person, which we should mean if 350 1, 39 | Deity," so ~also this word "person" signifies a being subsisting 351 1, 39 | form signified by the word "person" is not essence or ~nature, 352 1, 39 | names can stand for the person?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 353 1, 39 | names cannot stand for ~the person, so that we can truly say " 354 1, 39 | for essence, and not for person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 355 1, 39 | notional predicate, stand for person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 356 1, 39 | are made to stand for the Person. This opinion ~apparently 357 1, 39 | proper sense, stand for person, as does the ~word "man." 358 1, 39 | sometimes it ~stands for the person, either for only one, as 359 1, 39 | not naturally stand for person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 360 1, 39 | word "God" stands for the person in a different way ~from 361 1, 39 | stands of itself for the person, even if there is ~no adjunct 362 1, 39 | adjunct determining it to the person - that is, to a distinct 363 1, 39 | restricted so as to stand for the person. So, when we say, "God ~ 364 1, 39 | name "God" stands for the ~person of the Father. But when 365 1, 39 | determine this name to the person of the Son, and hence the ~ 366 1, 39 | be added belonging to the person of the Son, this ~proposition, 367 1, 39 | God" is restricted to the person of the Father; so that it 368 1, 39 | Father" is befitting to the person of the Son; and in the negative 369 1, 39 | names can stand for the person?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 370 1, 39 | names can stand for the ~person, so that this proposition 371 1, 39 | essence can ~stand for the person of the Father. Thus the 372 1, 39 | its own nature stand for ~person. Thus the things which properly 373 1, 39 | signification, cannot stand for ~Person, because it signifies the 374 1, 39 | unity of essence and of person, the holy Doctors ~have 375 1, 39 | thing" and God stand for person, but not if they stand ~ 376 1, 39 | case "thing" stands for person, and in the second it stands ~ 377 1, 39 | identity of essence and person. The divine essence is not 378 1, 39 | really the ~same as one person, but it is really the same 379 1, 39 | three persons. ~Whence, one person, and two, and three, can 380 1, 39 | can of itself stand for ~person, whereas an adjunct is required 381 1, 39 | appropriate to any one person the names which are common 382 1, 39 | such belong only to the person to whom they are appropriated 383 1, 39 | by mode of form. But one person is not as a form to another; ~ 384 1, 39 | Body Para. 2/2~The divine person can be manifested in a twofold 385 1, 39 | it would follow ~that one person would be as a form as regards 386 1, 39 | proper concept ~prior to person, according to our way of 387 1, 39 | to be appropriated to any person. Therefore the above terms ~ 388 1, 39 | seem fitting; because one ~person does not receive formal 389 1, 39 | pointing out a certain person. This, however, is false; ~ 390 1, 39 | however, is false; ~because no person is Father, Son and Holy 391 1, 39 | Father, to Whom any other person is not ~presupposed since 392 1, 39 | perceived at once in the person of the Father, even if by 393 1, 39 | but an appropriation to a person. The ~expression "Who is" 394 1, 39 | is appropriated to the person of the Son, not by ~reason 395 1, 39 | sometimes relate to the person of the Son; and in that 396 1, 39 | to point to a particular person, nevertheless ~everything 397 1, 39 | grammatically treated as a person, ~although in its own nature 398 1, 39 | its own nature it is not a person; as we may say, "this ~stone," 399 1, 40 | relation is the same as person?~(2) Whether the relations 400 1, 40 | relation is the same as person?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 401 1, 40 | relation is not the same as person. For ~when things are identical, 402 1, 40 | multiplied. But in one person there are several relations; 403 1, 40 | several relations; as in the ~person of the Father there is paternity 404 1, 40 | relation exists in two person, as common spiration in 405 1, 40 | relation is not the same as person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 406 1, 40 | But relation is in the person; nor can it ~be said that 407 1, 40 | property, ~is not the same as person in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 408 1, 40 | that is predicated of a Person ~is not predicated of His 409 1, 40 | property is not the ~same as person in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 410 1, 40 | the essence is the same as person, as appears from what was 411 1, 40 | necessarily be the same as person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 412 1, 40 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Person and property are really 413 1, 40 | property in God is ~the same person. For personal properties 414 1, 40 | spiration is the same as the person of the ~Father, and the 415 1, 40 | of the ~Father, and the person of the Son; not that it 416 1, 40 | is one self-subsisting ~person; but that as there is one 417 1, 40 | each other. In a ~divine person there is nothing to presuppose 418 1, 40 | constitute hypostasis or person. For origin taken ~in an 419 1, 40 | proceeding from a subsisting person, so that ~it presupposes 420 1, 40 | the way to a subsisting person, and as not yet ~constituting 421 1, 40 | not yet ~constituting the person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 422 1, 40 | rational be ~taken away. But person is something added to hypostasis; 423 1, 40 | added to hypostasis; for person is "a ~hypostasis distinguished 424 1, 40 | property be taken away from a person, the hypostasis remains.~ 425 1, 40 | property be removed from person, the ~hypostasis remains.~ 426 1, 40 | Father's hypostasis or person remains.~Aquin.: SMT FP 427 1, 40 | constitute ~the notion of a person, and are thus called "personal 428 1, 40 | of a rational nature is a person, as ~appears from the definition 429 1, 40 | Boethius (De Duab. Nat.) that, "person is ~the individual substance 430 1, 40 | have hypostasis ~and not person, it would be necessary to 431 1, 40 | not the property from the person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 432 1, 40 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Person does not add to hypostasis 433 1, 40 | property be removed from the person, ~the hypostasis no longer 434 1, 40 | nature removed; for both person and hypostasis are ~individual 435 1, 40 | not only Father, but is a ~person, and is "someone," or a 436 1, 40 | follow ~that He is not a person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 437 1, 40 | is the operation of the person of the ~Father. But paternity 438 1, 40 | paternity constitutes the person of the Father. Therefore 439 1, 40 | personal properties of the person proceeding; because ~origin, 440 1, 40 | signifies the way to a person ~constituted by the property. 441 1, 40 | non-personal relation of the person ~originating; as the notional 442 1, 40 | according as it constitutes the person; ~and thus the notional 443 1, 40 | an action ~presupposes a person acting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 444 1, 40 | signifying the subsisting person; for then it would be necessary 445 1, 40 | but not ~as constituting a person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 446 1, 40 | Nativity is the way to the person of the Son; and so, in ~ 447 1, 40 | even as constituting ~the person of the Son. But active generation 448 1, 40 | signifies a proceeding from ~the person of the Father; wherefore 449 1, 41 | as regards these acts, a person proceeds from nothing or ~ 450 1, 41 | regards the ~procession of person from person; wherefore the 451 1, 41 | procession of person from person; wherefore the acts which 452 1, 41 | action of the one producing a person is ~only the habitude of 453 1, 41 | of the principle to the person who is from the ~principle; 454 1, 41 | not another thing ~from person. But the person of the Son 455 1, 41 | thing ~from person. But the person of the Son is not another 456 1, 41 | said (Ecclus. 24:5), in the person of the ~Wisdom begotten," 457 1, 41 | active ~power belong to one person as regards another, since 458 1, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As a person, according to notional acts, 459 1, 41 | acts has no ~reference to a person as if made, but only as 460 1, 41 | but only as regards the person as ~proceeding.~Aquin.: 461 1, 41 | by ~creation: just as one person is distinct from the other 462 1, 41 | principle in regard to Person is said notionally. Therefore, 463 1, 41 | being in respect to the person of the Father, what the ~ 464 1, 41 | created constitutes the person begetting, but is not that 465 1, 41 | but as ~constituting the person of the Father, otherwise 466 1, 41 | connoted, it is proper to the person of the ~Father. ~Aquin.: 467 1, 41 | Wherefore there can ~be but one person proceeding after the manner 468 1, 41 | the manner of word, which person is ~the Son; and but one 469 1, 41 | is ~the Son; and but one person proceeding after the manner 470 1, 41 | the manner of love, which ~person is the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 471 1, 41 | it is generated by some person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 472 1, 42 | persons?~(2) Whether the person who proceeds is equal to 473 1, 42 | Whether the one divine person is in another?~(6) Whether 474 1, 42 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the person proceeding is co-eternal 475 1, 42 | It would seem that the person proceeding is not co-eternal 476 1, 42 | God is the essence, or a ~person, or a notion. But the order 477 1, 42 | the relations, can one ~person be prior to another, not 478 1, 42 | divine nature exists in each person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 479 1, 43 | is suitable for a divine person to be sent?~(2) Whether 480 1, 43 | In what sense a divine person is invisibly sent?~(4) Whether 481 1, 43 | it is fitting that each person be sent?~(5) Whether both 482 1, 43 | mission~(8) Whether any person sends Himself visibly or 483 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Whether a divine person can be properly sent?~Aquin.: 484 1, 43 | would seem that a divine person cannot be properly sent. 485 1, 43 | the sender. But one divine person is not ~less than another. 486 1, 43 | than another. Therefore one person is not sent by another.~ 487 1, 43 | Trin. vii). Therefore one person is not ~sent by another.~ 488 1, 43 | does not apply to a divine person, Who is ~everywhere. Therefore 489 1, 43 | not suitable for a divine person to be sent.~Aquin.: SMT 490 1, 43 | the mission of a divine person is a fitting thing, as ~ 491 1, 43 | the ~mission of a divine person; for the divine person sent 492 1, 43 | divine person; for the divine person sent neither begins to ~ 493 1, 43 | temporally. ~But a divine person is not changed. Therefore 494 1, 43 | the mission of a divine ~person is not temporal, but eternal.~ 495 1, 43 | procession of the divine person into ~the divine nature, 496 1, 43 | possessed; but that a ~divine person be possessed by any creature, 497 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: That a divine person may newly exist in anyone, 498 1, 43 | from change of the divine ~person, but from change in the 499 1, 43 | the relation of a divine ~person to His principle must be 500 1, 43 | invisible mission of the divine person is only according to ~the


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