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1 1, 1 | the salvation of man that certain truths which exceed human 2 1, 1 | doubted, seem to be ~more certain than sacred doctrine; for 3 1, 1 | what is in itself the more certain ~may seem to us the less 4 1, 1 | may seem to us the less certain on account of the weakness 5 1, 1 | desirable than the most certain knowledge obtained ~of lesser 6 1, 2 | argument from motion. It is ~certain, and evident to our senses, 7 1, 3 | and this is owing to a certain parallel. For ~instance 8 1, 3 | water, water), ~nevertheless certain things are predicable of 9 1, 5 | it does participate to a certain extent in goodness, ~viz. 10 1, 5 | since ~the form presupposes certain things, and from the form 11 1, 5 | things, and from the form certain things ~necessarily follow), 12 1, 6 | of an effect consist in a certain ~likeness to the agent, 13 1, 6 | participates in it by way ~of a certain assimilation which is far 14 1, 7 | a carpenter requiring a certain absolute multitude; namely, ~ 15 1, 7 | must be comprehended in a ~certain number. Therefore it is 16 1, 8 | them; nevertheless, by a certain similitude to ~corporeal 17 1, 8 | if God is ~said to be in certain persons in a special way 18 1, 9 | But, according to some, certain created substances, as angels 19 1, 9 | finite power they attain to certain fresh ~places - which cannot 20 1, 10 | Further, eternity signifies a certain kind of duration. But ~duration 21 1, 10 | OBJ 3: Necessary means a certain mode of truth; and truth, ~ 22 1, 10 | each of ~which imports a certain measure of duration. Since 23 1, 10 | proceeded from God in ~a certain equality, as Origen said ( 24 1, 10 | proceeded from God in a certain degree and order; and Dionysius ( 25 1, 11 | every "multitude" is in ~a certain way "one," as appears from 26 1, 11 | there is no reason why a certain kind of privation should ~ 27 1, 12 | He says this of the most certain ~vision of the Father, which 28 1, 12 | In one sense it means a certain ~relation of one quantity 29 1, 12 | terms 'glass' and 'enigma' certain similitudes are ~signified 30 1, 12 | the thing seen is in ~a certain way in the seer. Now in 31 1, 12 | we know, is the form of certain matter. ~Now our soul possesses 32 1, 12 | desire; and desire in a certain degree makes ~the one desiring 33 1, 12 | Therefore it must be said that certain similitudes of what he ~ 34 1, 12 | the essence of God, he had certain similitudes or ideas of 35 1, 12 | life God can be seen ~by certain images, but not by the likeness 36 1, 12 | see God in the sense that certain figures are formed in ~the 37 1, 12 | nevertheless ~obtained a certain excellence by the knowledge 38 1, 13 | but rather to signify a certain kind of body; ~otherwise 39 1, 13 | Therefore ~as creatures have a certain likeness to God, according 40 1, 13 | two; thus it apprehends a ~certain habitude of a thing to itself. 41 1, 13 | things from which ensue certain ~habitudes, as the mover 42 1, 13 | least in idea; hence in a certain way they inform and determine 43 1, 14 | it ~existence, it is in a certain way diffused in it; and 44 1, 14 | understood according to a certain similitude of proportion, 45 1, 14 | absolutely, should be in a ~certain sense. For things absolutely 46 1, 14 | 9] Body Para. 2/2~Now a certain difference is to be noted 47 1, 14 | universal causes attain to certain forms ~and powers which, 48 1, 14 | this wise, it ~retains a certain likeness to the divine being.~ 49 1, 14 | intelligible species of man in a ~certain way knows infinite men; 50 1, 14 | 2: Transition imports a certain succession of parts; and 51 1, 14 | knowledge of God is much more certain than ours. But no future 52 1, 14 | infallibly the ~object of certain knowledge, for instance 53 1, 14 | thing is not subject to any certain knowledge. Hence, ~whoever 54 1, 14 | Whence ~to us they cannot be certain, forasmuch as we know future 55 1, 14 | things as such; but (they are certain) to God alone, whose understanding ~ 56 1, 14 | by one, ~according to a certain succession. On this account 57 1, 15 | qu. xlvi), "Ideas ~are certain principal forms, or permanent 58 1, 15 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, it is certain that God knows not only 59 1, 16 | truth in general, ~but a certain kind of truth according 60 1, 16 | soul, not simply, but in a certain degree, ~in so far as it 61 1, 16 | De Verit. viii), "is a certain rightness" in ~so far as 62 1, 17 | things that are is found a certain non-being, so in things ~ 63 1, 18 | to natural things has a certain similitude to the ~operations 64 1, 18 | But life is divided by certain operations, ~as is clear 65 1, 18 | distinguished from the ~active by certain operations. Therefore life 66 1, 18 | The name is given from a certain ~external appearance, namely, 67 1, 18 | such ~natural principles of certain operations as are their 68 1, 19 | absolutely; but only in a certain sense, in so far, ~that 69 1, 19 | His goodness not merely to certain things, ~but to all; and 70 1, 19 | and as election implies a certain distinction.~Aquin.: SMT 71 1, 19 | one thing; to will that ~certain things should be changed 72 1, 19 | that have power to produce certain ~effects. Since however 73 1, 19 | before (Q[13], A[3]). ~When certain human passions are predicated 74 1, 19 | acts; and for ~this reason certain special expressions of the 75 1, 20 | special truths. Now there are certain acts of the will and appetite ~ 76 1, 20 | may be ~distinguished a certain material element - namely, 77 1, 20 | the bodily ~change - and a certain formal element, which is 78 1, 20 | regards the ~formal element of certain passions a certain imperfection 79 1, 20 | element of certain passions a certain imperfection is implied, 80 1, 20 | which supposes ~sorrow. Certain other passions, however, 81 1, 20 | loved ~more, in regard to a certain promptness and fervor; but 82 1, 20 | more loved, with respect to certain marks of familiarity which 83 1, 20 | more beloved; but, in a ~certain sense, John was the better, 84 1, 21 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Certain of the moral virtues are 85 1, 21 | virtues. On ~the other hand, certain moral virtues are concerned 86 1, 21 | therefore, is implied a certain exigence or necessity of ~ 87 1, 21 | 1 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Certain works are attributed to 88 1, 21 | attributed to justice, and certain others ~to mercy, because 89 1, 22 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Certain persons totally denied the 90 1, 22 | His providence to permit certain defects in particular ~effects, 91 1, 22 | providence over the just in a ~certain more excellent way than 92 1, 22 | whatsoever causes He assigns ~to certain effects, He gives them the 93 1, 22 | to the second, there are certain intermediaries of God's ~ 94 1, 22 | in the heavens; that is, certain separate substances, which ~ 95 1, 22 | providence is unchangeable and certain, ~so far as all things foreseen 96 1, 23 | number of the predestined is certain?~(8) Whether predestination 97 1, 23 | however, it ~belongs to permit certain defects in those things 98 1, 23 | election; since He ~gives certain goods to some men, which 99 1, 23 | Whether predestination is certain?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 100 1, 23 | that predestination is not certain. Because on the words ~" 101 1, 23 | predestination ~cannot be certain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 102 1, 23 | Therefore ~predestination is not certain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 103 1, 23 | Therefore predestination is not certain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 104 1, 23 | order of predestination is ~certain; yet free-will is not destroyed; 105 1, 23 | they themselves are most certain and infallible.~Aquin.: 106 1, 23 | for what we merit, in a certain way is ~ours; and thus anyone 107 1, 23 | number of the predestined is certain?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 108 1, 23 | of the predestined is not certain. For a ~number to which 109 1, 23 | addition can be made is not certain. But there can be ~an addition 110 1, 23 | of the predestined is not certain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 111 1, 23 | pre-ordained by ~God cannot be certain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 112 1, 23 | saved were fixed by God at a certain figure, there would be more 113 1, 23 | by God to be saved is not certain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 114 1, 23 | number of ~the predestined is certain, and can neither be increased 115 1, 23 | number of the predestined is certain. Some have said ~that it 116 1, 23 | formally, but not materially certain; as if we were to say ~that 117 1, 23 | were to say ~that it was certain that a hundred or a thousand 118 1, 23 | number of the predestined is certain, not only formally, ~but 119 1, 23 | predestined is said to be certain to God, not by reason of 120 1, 23 | the sands of the sea are certain to God); ~but by reason 121 1, 23 | number of ~the predestined is certain to God; not only by way 122 1, 23 | could be frustrated ~by certain sacrifices and prayers. 123 1, 24 | that "the book of life is a certain divine energy, by which 124 1, 25 | answer that, In this matter certain persons erred in two ways. 125 1, 25 | mother of ~God; have all a certain infinite dignity from the 126 1, 26 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a certain beatitude, according to 127 1, 26 | contrary, Beatitude is a certain perfection. But the divine ~ 128 1, 26 | possesses a ~continual and most certain contemplation of Himself 129 1, 27 | each of them to exist in a certain order. For the procession ~ 130 1, 27 | intellect. ~So as there exists a certain order of the Word to the 131 1, 27 | it, but by its having a certain inclination to the ~thing 132 1, 27 | which name expresses a certain ~vital movement and impulse, 133 1, 27 | must be denominated from certain ~actions; no other processions 134 1, 28 | exists in the heavy body a certain respect in regard to the ~ 135 1, 28 | relation can exist only in a certain order observed by reason 136 1, 29 | genus, nevertheless, in a certain special way, the individual 137 1, 31 | men comprehended under a certain order. In the first sense, ~ 138 1, 32 | realities, but by way of certain ideas whereby the persons 139 1, 33 | difference, but have only a certain order to each other; as 140 1, 33 | nature; but by way of a certain likeness, which is the more ~ 141 1, 33 | sense, but according to a certain remote ~similitude whereby 142 1, 33 | second sense, meaning that a certain person of ~the divine nature 143 1, 34 | is conveyed, but only a certain information of our intellect; ~ 144 1, 35 | whereby is expressed a certain movement of ~tendency to 145 1, 36 | whereas, later on, when certain errors rose up, another 146 1, 36 | spirative power, which ~in a certain way signifies the nature 147 1, 37 | anyone loves an object, a certain impression results, so to 148 1, 37 | agent itself they import a certain relation to their object. ~ 149 1, 39 | these ~abstract names a certain order should be observed, 150 1, 39 | supposita," it agrees ~in a certain degree with the form of 151 1, 39 | properties; because we can derive certain knowledge of the essential ~ 152 1, 39 | to you," pointing out a certain person. This, however, is 153 1, 39 | spirit, which often implies a certain violent ~impulse, according 154 1, 39 | ex] sometimes implies a ~certain relation of the material 155 1, 39 | Holy Ghost, as implying a certain kind of interior ~movement, 156 1, 40 | signification there is a certain likeness of these things 157 1, 41 | properly designated only by certain acts. Wherefore, to ~signify 158 1, 41 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~That certain creatures made by God out 159 1, 41 | metaphorical sense, according to a certain likeness ~of assimilation 160 1, 41 | actions in respect of which ~certain things proceed which are 161 1, 42 | but obtaining it ~after a certain time; as, for instance, 162 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 4: Nature in a certain way implies the idea of 163 1, 42 | since in men generation is a certain kind of transmutation ~of 164 1, 43 | Anyone being sent implies a certain kind of ~procession of the 165 1, 43 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A certain difference is to be observed 166 1, 43 | term; just as we read of certain ~ones receiving the gift 167 1, 43 | nature, are appropriated in a certain way ~to the Son, those, 168 1, 43 | Now perception implies a certain experimental knowledge; 169 1, 43 | indwelling of grace, and a certain renewal by grace. Thus the ~ 170 1, 43 | As God, therefore, in a certain way has demonstrated ~Himself 171 1, 43 | creatures, ~according to certain signs; so was it fitting 172 1, 43 | New Testament, ~wherein certain pre-existing things are 173 1, 43 | as He showed ~Himself in certain creatures as in signs especially 174 1, 44 | consider it ~except as regards certain accidents, for instance, 175 1, 44 | uncreated, they assigned ~certain causes for these accidental 176 1, 44 | transmutations they attributed to certain universal causes, ~such 177 1, 44 | substance, belonging to a certain species, is contracted by ~ 178 1, 45 | in the creature is only a certain relation to the ~Creator 179 1, 45 | Nevertheless ~creation has a certain aspect of priority on the 180 1, 45 | to the Creator, with a ~certain newness or beginning.~Aquin.: 181 1, 45 | would there be any need ~of certain instruments for certain 182 1, 45 | certain instruments for certain actions. Thus we see that 183 1, 45 | for life consists in a certain interior ~movement; and 184 1, 45 | according ~as it "has a certain relation of order." And 185 1, 46 | appears manifestly that certain arts have developed, ~and 186 1, 46 | arts have developed, ~and certain countries have begun to 187 1, 46 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, it is certain that nothing can be equal 188 1, 46 | duration. ~Therefore it is certain that the world did not always 189 1, 46 | creation, ~so that in a certain hardly intelligible way 190 1, 46 | per se" required for a certain effect; for instance, that 191 1, 47 | even creatures ~share in a certain equality - namely, of proportion.~ 192 1, 47 | material multitude has no certain limit, but of itself tends 193 1, 48 | difference in ~morals is a certain good joined to the privation 194 1, 48 | infinity, but only to a certain limit, neither is the aforesaid ~ 195 1, 53 | continuous. Nevertheless a certain kind of continuity can be 196 1, 54 | that, In our soul there are certain powers whose operations 197 1, 54 | understands something for certain, to say that we "sense it." 198 1, 56 | distinguished from ~one another in a certain order, as was already observed ( 199 1, 57 | higher eminently, and in a certain degree of fulness and ~simplicity. 200 1, 57 | cases, are not known for certain, but conjecturally; thus 201 1, 57 | soul expresses them by certain signs in the body"; although ( 202 1, 58 | negation. But the angel knows certain distant natures not ~by 203 1, 60 | self-centered not merely as to ~certain particular details, but 204 1, 63 | sensitive ~nature towards certain particular goods, with which 205 1, 63 | particular goods, with which certain evils are ~connected; thus 206 1, 63 | inclination to ~do so with a certain skill coupled with deceit. 207 1, 64 | says (Div. Nom. iv) that, "certain gifts were bestowed upon 208 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Certain heretics maintain that visible 209 1, 65 | consequence of which is a certain opposition of contrary qualities, ~ 210 1, 65 | ruled by the higher in a certain ~fitting order, as Augustine 211 1, 65 | Avicenna, however, and certain others, have maintained 212 1, 65 | to be the same as that of certain heretics of modern times, ~ 213 1, 66 | second argument, we say that certain of the ancient ~natural 214 1, 66 | governed by the higher in a certain order." If, therefore, the ~ 215 1, 66 | ii in Hexaem.): "It is certain that the ~heaven was created 216 1, 67 | substantial form, and light were a certain ~inception of substantial 217 1, 68 | or divided, but up to a certain point only.~Aquin.: SMT 218 1, 68 | similar to that held by certain philosophers ~of antiquity, 219 1, 69 | understood as ~including certain other things, as explained 220 1, 69 | that by the production of certain plants ~the earth was accursed. 221 1, 70 | just as ~distinction of certain things is made most evident 222 1, 70 | than another, are due to certain particular movements of 223 1, 70 | operation, which is to a ~certain extent its end. Yet for 224 1, 70 | of the senses require a certain proportion in the ~admixture 225 1, 70 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Certain things belong to the adornment 226 1, 70 | that is to say, from a certain natural aptitude for being ~ 227 1, 71 | constituted to move with certain specific ~motions, thus 228 1, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, certain animals are generated from 229 1, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, certain animals are poisonous, and 230 1, 72 | are more intelligent in certain ways). Scripture, ~therefore, 231 1, 72 | and tortoise. But since certain animals, as deer and goats, 232 1, 73 | individual ~beings, and even of certain new species that are frequently 233 1, 74 | more than one?~(3) As to certain modes of speaking which 234 1, 74 | distinction and adornment imply certain changes in the creature 235 1, 74 | endure, since ~they express a certain satisfaction taken by God 236 1, 75 | based on universal and certain principles, which shows ~ 237 1, 75 | things. Now whatever ~knows certain things cannot have any of 238 1, 75 | of all bodies; as when a certain ~determinate color is not 239 1, 75 | fact that the soul in a certain way requires the body for 240 1, 76 | yet it is the form of a certain matter; ~in which it is 241 1, 76 | be limited by nature ~to certain fixed natural notions, or 242 1, 76 | natural notions, or even to certain fixed means whether ~of 243 1, 76 | prevent the existence of certain dispositions ~mediating 244 1, 76 | the part of the body, a certain aptitude to be ~moved by 245 1, 76 | all manner of acts in a ~certain order, what is absolutely 246 1, 76 | and body of man. Of ~these certain Platonists said that the 247 1, 77 | goodness, but they ~acquire a certain imperfect goodness, by few 248 1, 77 | are below man acquire a certain limited ~goodness; and so 249 1, 77 | from one must proceed in a certain order; ~there must be some 250 1, 77 | the third kind of order, certain sensitive powers are ordered 251 1, 77 | according to its essence, has a ~certain aptitude to various acts 252 1, 77 | aptitude to various acts in a certain order) and on the part of ~ 253 1, 77 | 24) that the soul ~senses certain things, not through the 254 1, 77 | proceed naturally, in ~a certain order; or again if there 255 1, 77 | transmutation, but by a certain natural resultance; thus ~ 256 1, 77 | senses, ~moreover, are a certain imperfect participation 257 1, 77 | transmutation, but by a certain natural resultance, and 258 1, 37 | anyone loves an object, a certain impression results, so to 259 1, 37 | agent itself they import a certain relation to their object. ~ 260 1, 39 | these ~abstract names a certain order should be observed, 261 1, 39 | supposita," it agrees ~in a certain degree with the form of 262 1, 39 | properties; because we can derive certain knowledge of the essential ~ 263 1, 39 | to you," pointing out a certain person. This, however, is 264 1, 39 | spirit, which often implies a certain violent ~impulse, according 265 1, 39 | ex] sometimes implies a ~certain relation of the material 266 1, 39 | Holy Ghost, as implying a certain kind of interior ~movement, 267 1, 40 | signification there is a certain likeness of these things 268 1, 41 | properly designated only by certain acts. Wherefore, to ~signify 269 1, 41 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~That certain creatures made by God out 270 1, 41 | metaphorical sense, according to a certain likeness ~of assimilation 271 1, 41 | actions in respect of which ~certain things proceed which are 272 1, 42 | but obtaining it ~after a certain time; as, for instance, 273 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 4: Nature in a certain way implies the idea of 274 1, 42 | since in men generation is a certain kind of transmutation ~of 275 1, 43 | Anyone being sent implies a certain kind of ~procession of the 276 1, 43 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A certain difference is to be observed 277 1, 43 | term; just as we read of certain ~ones receiving the gift 278 1, 43 | nature, are appropriated in a certain way ~to the Son, those, 279 1, 43 | Now perception implies a certain experimental knowledge; 280 1, 43 | indwelling of grace, and a certain renewal by grace. Thus the ~ 281 1, 43 | As God, therefore, in a certain way has demonstrated ~Himself 282 1, 43 | creatures, ~according to certain signs; so was it fitting 283 1, 43 | New Testament, ~wherein certain pre-existing things are 284 1, 43 | as He showed ~Himself in certain creatures as in signs especially 285 1, 45 | consider it ~except as regards certain accidents, for instance, 286 1, 45 | uncreated, they assigned ~certain causes for these accidental 287 1, 45 | transmutations they attributed to certain universal causes, ~such 288 1, 45 | substance, belonging to a certain species, is contracted by ~ 289 1, 46 | in the creature is only a certain relation to the ~Creator 290 1, 46 | Nevertheless ~creation has a certain aspect of priority on the 291 1, 46 | to the Creator, with a ~certain newness or beginning.~Aquin.: 292 1, 46 | would there be any need ~of certain instruments for certain 293 1, 46 | certain instruments for certain actions. Thus we see that 294 1, 46 | for life consists in a certain interior movement; and the 295 1, 46 | according ~as it "has a certain relation of order." And 296 1, 47 | appears manifestly that certain arts have developed, ~and 297 1, 47 | arts have developed, ~and certain countries have begun to 298 1, 47 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, it is certain that nothing can be equal 299 1, 47 | duration. ~Therefore it is certain that the world did not always 300 1, 47 | creation, ~so that in a certain hardly intelligible way 301 1, 47 | per se" required for a certain effect; for instance, that 302 1, 48 | even creatures ~share in a certain equality - namely, of proportion.~ 303 1, 48 | material multitude has no certain limit, but of itself tends 304 1, 49 | difference in ~morals is a certain good joined to the privation 305 1, 49 | infinity, but only to a certain limit, neither is the aforesaid ~ 306 1, 54 | continuous. Nevertheless a certain kind of continuity can be 307 1, 55 | that, In our soul there are certain powers whose operations 308 1, 55 | understands something for certain, to say that we "sense it." 309 1, 57 | distinguished from ~one another in a certain order, as was already observed ( 310 1, 58 | higher eminently, and in a certain degree of fulness and ~simplicity. 311 1, 58 | cases, are not known for certain, but conjecturally; thus 312 1, 58 | soul expresses them by certain signs in the body"; although ( 313 1, 59 | negation. But the angel knows certain distant natures not ~by 314 1, 61 | self-centered not merely as to ~certain particular details, but 315 1, 64 | sensitive ~nature towards certain particular goods, with which 316 1, 64 | particular goods, with which certain evils are ~connected; thus 317 1, 64 | inclination to ~do so with a certain skill coupled with deceit. 318 1, 65 | says (Div. Nom. iv) that, "certain gifts were ~bestowed upon 319 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Certain heretics maintain that visible 320 1, 66 | consequence of which is a certain opposition of contrary qualities, ~ 321 1, 66 | ruled by the higher in a certain ~fitting order, as Augustine 322 1, 66 | Avicenna, however, and certain others, have maintained 323 1, 66 | to be the same as that of certain heretics of modern times, ~ 324 1, 67 | second argument, we say that certain of the ancient ~natural 325 1, 67 | governed by the higher in a certain order." If, therefore, the ~ 326 1, 67 | ii in Hexaem.): "It is certain that the ~heaven was created 327 1, 68 | substantial form, and light were a certain ~inception of substantial 328 1, 69 | or divided, but up to a certain point only.~Aquin.: SMT 329 1, 69 | similar to that held by certain philosophers ~of antiquity, 330 1, 70 | understood as ~including certain other things, as explained 331 1, 70 | that by the production of certain plants ~the earth was accursed. 332 1, 71 | just as ~distinction of certain things is made most evident 333 1, 71 | than another, are due to certain particular movements of 334 1, 71 | operation, which is to a ~certain extent its end. Yet for 335 1, 71 | of the senses require a certain proportion in the ~admixture 336 1, 71 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Certain things belong to the adornment 337 1, 71 | that is to say, from a certain natural aptitude for being ~ 338 1, 71 | constituted to move with certain specific ~motions, thus 339 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, certain animals are generated from 340 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, certain animals are poisonous, and 341 1, 71 | are more intelligent in certain ways). Scripture, ~therefore, 342 1, 71 | and tortoise. But since certain animals, as deer and goats, 343 1, 72 | individual ~beings, and even of certain new species that are frequently 344 1, 73 | more than one?~(3) As to certain modes of speaking which 345 1, 73 | distinction and adornment imply certain changes in the creature 346 1, 73 | endure, since ~they express a certain satisfaction taken by God 347 1, 74 | based on universal and certain principles, which shows ~ 348 1, 74 | things. Now whatever ~knows certain things cannot have any of 349 1, 74 | of all bodies; as when a certain ~determinate color is not 350 1, 74 | fact that the soul in a certain way requires the body for 351 1, 75 | yet it is the form of a certain matter; ~in which it is 352 1, 75 | be limited by nature ~to certain fixed natural notions, or 353 1, 75 | natural notions, or even to certain fixed means whether ~of 354 1, 75 | prevent the existence of certain dispositions ~mediating 355 1, 75 | the part of the body, a certain aptitude to be ~moved by 356 1, 75 | all manner of acts in a ~certain order, what is absolutely 357 1, 75 | and body of man. Of ~these certain Platonists said that the 358 1, 76 | goodness, but they ~acquire a certain imperfect goodness, by few 359 1, 76 | are below man acquire a certain limited ~goodness; and so 360 1, 76 | from one must proceed in a certain order; ~there must be some 361 1, 76 | the third kind of order, certain sensitive powers are ordered 362 1, 76 | according to its essence, has a ~certain aptitude to various acts 363 1, 76 | aptitude to various acts in a certain order) and on the part of ~ 364 1, 76 | 24) that the soul ~senses certain things, not through the 365 1, 76 | proceed naturally, in ~a certain order; or again if there 366 1, 76 | transmutation, but by a certain natural resultance; thus ~ 367 1, 76 | senses, ~moreover, are a certain imperfect participation 368 1, 76 | transmutation, but by a certain natural resultance, and 369 1, 77 | these powers depends to a certain extent on the other powers, 370 1, 77 | sensibles, for they produce a ~certain variety in the immutation 371 1, 77 | needs to seek or to ~avoid certain things, not only because 372 1, 77 | which medical men assign a certain particular ~organ, namely, 373 1, 77 | sensitive part; but to a ~certain affinity and proximity to 374 1, 78 | truth by arguing, with a certain amount of reasoning ~and 375 1, 78 | phantasms are ~actual images of certain species, but are immaterial 376 1, 78 | corporeal organs, in which certain species ~may be preserved 377 1, 78 | formed, according to him, a certain ~aptitude in the passive 378 1, 78 | it in potentiality in a certain sense, ~though otherwise 379 1, 78 | discovery, advances from certain things ~simply understood - 380 1, 78 | thing is moved towards a ~certain place. Much more, therefore, 381 1, 78 | the intellect, applying certain principles to ~examine propositions. 382 1, 78 | intelligence which ~is about a certain thing is called intention; 383 1, 78 | to ~something known for certain, it examines what it has 384 1, 78 | has obtained something for certain, as being fully ~examined, 385 1, 78 | power of judgment there are certain "rules and seeds of virtue, 386 1, 78 | from the understanding of certain ~things - namely, those 387 1, 78 | because conscience is a certain pronouncement of the mind.~ 388 1, 80 | movement of ~sensuality is a certain inclination to the bodily 389 1, 80 | sensitive ~appetite there is a certain appetitive power which regards 390 1, 80 | 2: Further, what obeys a certain thing does not resist it. 391 1, 80 | himself: for by applying certain universal ~considerations, 392 1, 81 | the will. For there are certain individual goods which have 393 1, 81 | kingdom." There is also a certain anger which cannot belong 394 1, 81 | arising, that is, with a ~certain commotion of the soul. And 395 1, 82 | power, but as signifying a ~certain aptitude by which a man 396 1, 82 | knowledge, because it implies a certain ~comparison of one thing 397 1, 83 | derived by the soul from certain separate ~immaterial forms?~( 398 1, 83 | opinion that we can have no certain knowledge ~of the true nature 399 1, 83 | extension, and is subject to a certain amount of necessity: for 400 1, 83 | the higher creature has a certain ~likeness to the lower creature, 401 1, 83 | because ~it is determined to a certain species other than the species 402 1, 83 | of Plato, concerning a certain ~individual. Therefore we 403 1, 83 | derived by the soul from certain ~separate forms?~Aquin.: 404 1, 83 | intellect are derived from certain separate forms or substances. 405 1, 83 | derived from the ideas as certain images thereof: so he held 406 1, 83 | intellect are derived from certain separate forms; but these 407 1, 83 | through the influence of only certain separate ~principles, and 408 1, 83 | understand ~something, he forms certain phantasms to serve him by 409 1, 83 | visible things it rises to a certain ~knowledge of things invisible. 410 1, 83 | order that he may produce a certain individual knife; and in ~ 411 1, 83 | suspended in the sleeper through certain ~evaporations and the escape 412 1, 83 | evaporations and the escape of certain exhalations, as we read 413 1, 83 | the phantasms will have a ~certain sequence: thus especially 414 1, 84 | the passive intellect a certain likeness which ~represents, 415 1, 84 | that "what is manifest and certain is known to us at first ~ 416 1, 84 | Secondly ~as belonging to a certain whole; and thus we must 417 1, 84 | intelligible species causes a certain vicissitude of intelligible ~ 418 1, 84 | understanding. But ~truth, being a certain equality between thought 419 1, 84 | that this indivisible has a certain ~opposition to a corporeal 420 1, 84 | understood by participation of certain separate ~indivisible (forms), 421 1, 85 | the singular, which in a certain way is the indirect object 422 1, 85 | be such as to produce a certain result more frequently ~ 423 1, 85 | xii. 13]), ~the soul has a certain power of forecasting, so 424 1, 85 | the imagination receives certain images of some such ~events. 425 1, 86 | presence, like the arts; but by certain notions." Now it does not 426 1, 86 | soul, and since one is in a certain ~way the principle of the 427 1, 86 | is in the will is, in a ~certain way, also in the intellect.~ 428 1, 86 | affections are in the memory by certain notions.~ 429 1, 88 | nature. We ~can see this to a certain extent in man, for those 430 1, 88 | natural things not with a certain and proper knowledge, ~but 431 1, 88 | his substance, but through certain species, as stated above ~( 432 1, 88 | passive intellect acquires a certain facility in ~considering 433 1, 88 | sensitive powers ~acquire a certain aptitude in seconding the 434 1, 89 | only be ~differentiated by certain differences, and thus would 435 1, 89 | Animae iii, 15) mentions certain ~opinions which he calls " 436 1, 89 | are effected through ~a certain transmutation.~Aquin.: SMT 437 1, 89 | work of the six days by a certain generic similitude, so far 438 1, 90 | knowledge of truth in a ~certain way through the senses, 439 1, 90 | heavenly body; for even certain ~animals are produced from 440 1, 91 | to give the first man a ~certain dignity consisting in this, 441 1, 91 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A certain affinity arises from natural 442 1, 91 | of the woman; ~but it is certain that, as the body of man 443 1, 92 | preposition "to" signifies a certain ~approach, as of something 444 1, 92 | but also according to a ~certain analogy or proportion. In 445 1, 92 | far as to observe in man a certain imitation of God, consisting 446 1, 92 | although we observe in them a certain trace of the ~Intellect 447 1, 92 | uncreated Trinity, by a certain ~representation of the species. 448 1, 92 | but we do see in ~them a certain trace of the existence of 449 1, 92 | impression on the sight of a certain ~likeness of the said species; 450 1, 92 | above explained (A[2]), a certain representation of ~the species 451 1, 92 | knows itself entirely in a certain ~degree, yet also in a way 452 1, 92 | understand, will, and to love certain things, both when we actually ~ 453 1, 92 | exists in the soul in a ~certain degree, as he says in the 454 1, 92 | by grace. Yet there is a certain natural knowledge and love 455 1, 92 | inasmuch as ~we may say of a certain man that he is good, by 456 1, 92 | inasmuch as it signifies a certain perfection of ~image. For 457 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even certain virtues are natural to the 458 1, 93 | life of happiness in a ~certain measure," as Augustine says ( 459 1, 93 | things within him was more certain and fixed than our ~knowledge. 460 1, 94 | state of innocence man in a certain sense ~possessed all the 461 1, 94 | of virtue; signifying a ~certain uninterrupted continuation 462 1, 95 | of things we perceive a certain order of procession of the ~ 463 1, 95 | we see in the ~latter a certain participated prudence of 464 1, 95 | instinct, in regard to ~certain particular acts; whereas 465 1, 95 | higher than man. Therefore certain things in regard to animals 466 1, 95 | natural instinct have a certain ~participation of prudence 467 1, 95 | I answer that, Man in a certain sense contains all things; 468 1, 96 | resurrection, the soul will, to a ~certain extent, communicate to the 469 1, 96 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A certain passion and alteration attends 470 1, 96 | that ~the gods, by eating a certain food, became immortal; which 471 1, 96 | that, The tree of life in a certain degree was the cause of ~ 472 1, 97 | thing to be ~observed is a certain deformity of excessive concupiscence, 473 1, 98 | state there could have been ~certain infantile defects which 474 1, 100 | nescience in regard to ~certain matters. Such nescience 475 1, 100 | of reason depends ~in a certain manner on the use of the 476 1, 101 | particular place may have a certain fitness in regard to spiritual ~ 477 1, 101 | paradise"; although, by a ~certain dispensation, the animals 478 1, 102 | parts of the world are by a certain necessity ~determined to 479 1, 102 | Para. 2/2~I answer that, Certain ancient philosophers denied 480 1, 102 | so as to fly towards a certain point is an impression from 481 1, 102 | providence. Therefore there are certain definite effects of the 482 1, 102 | 2: Government implies a certain change effected by the ~ 483 1, 102 | ascribes a third providence to certain spirits who are guardians 484 1, 102 | grosser bodies are ruled in a certain orderly way by bodies of 485 1, 102 | of Divine Providence is certain and ~unchangeable; because 486 1, 102 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Certain effects are said to be contingent 487 1, 102 | intends the attainment of a certain good: but because they ~ 488 1, 103 | the natural qualities of certain things. Thus ~a cook dresses 489 1, 103 | to be put together in a certain order and to preserve it. ~ 490 1, 103 | gives being by means of certain intermediate causes. Therefore 491 1, 103 | things in being by means of certain causes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 492 1, 103 | conclude that God keeps certain things in ~being, by means 493 1, 103 | things in ~being, by means of certain causes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 494 1, 103 | power of duration for a certain time, so far as they may 495 1, 104 | ordains other causes to ~certain effects He can also produce 496 1, 104 | effects He can also produce certain effects by Himself without ~ 497 1, 104 | principles of action, but in a certain order. For the first ~principle 498 1, 104 | each cause there results a certain order to its ~effects, since 499 1, 104 | without them, or by producing certain effects to which secondary ~ 500 1, 104 | Reply OBJ 3: God fixed a certain order in things in such


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