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1 1, 1 | in mind that ~there are two kinds of sciences. There 2 1, 2 | self-evident in either of two ways: on the ~one hand, 3 1, 2 | Demonstration can be made in two ways: One is through the ~ 4 1, 2 | exist; because if one of two ~contraries be infinite, 5 1, 3 | nothing added to it can be of two kinds. ~Either its essence 6 1, 3 | To be" can mean either of two things. It may mean the 7 1, 3 | thing can be in a genus in two ways; either absolutely ~ 8 1, 3 | whole volume of ~water is two cubits, no part of it can 9 1, 3 | cubits, no part of it can be two cubits. Thus in every ~composite 10 1, 4 | This may be ~seen from two considerations. First, because 11 1, 4 | equal in their likeness; as two ~things equally white are 12 1, 5 | movement can be taken in two ~ways, either as the thing 13 1, 7 | for this would imply that two contradictories are true 14 1, 7 | magnitude, ~can be considered in two ways; mathematically, in 15 1, 7 | infinite circular body: for if two ~lines be drawn from the 16 1, 7 | matters little whether one or two, or many are used, or an 17 1, 8 | said to be in a thing in two ways; in one way ~after 18 1, 8 | article; and therefore two modes of presence are necessary; 19 1, 8 | anywhere, this can be ~taken in two senses. In one sense the 20 1, 9 | THE IMMUTABILITY OF GOD (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider 21 1, 9 | immutability of God there are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 22 1, 9 | thing can be ~called so in two ways: by a power in itself; 23 1, 10 | Thus eternity is known from two sources: first, because 24 1, 10 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Two things are to be considered 25 1, 10 | not differ from time. For two ~measures of duration cannot 26 1, 10 | the ~other; for instance two days or two hours cannot 27 1, 10 | for instance two days or two hours cannot be together; ~ 28 1, 11 | OBJ 3: "Many" is taken in two ways: absolutely, and in 29 1, 11 | hence in the first sense two are ~many but not in the 30 1, 12 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Two things are required both 31 1, 12 | corporeal things, happens from two causes - viz. from the ~ 32 1, 12 | Now our soul possesses two cognitive powers; one is 33 1, 12 | than another can ~happen in two ways: either on the part 34 1, 12 | has three angles equal to two right angles, ~he comprehends 35 1, 12 | Now this takes place in two ways. For as things which 36 1, 12 | to any knowable object in two ways. In one way it is ~ 37 1, 12 | difference between these two ~kinds of knowledge. Hence, 38 1, 12 | natural reason contains two things: images derived from 39 1, 13 | Now names are thus used in two ways: either according as 40 1, 13 | that since relation has ~two extremes, it happens in 41 1, 13 | thing twice regards it as two; thus it apprehends a ~certain 42 1, 13 | habitude exists between two things ~according to some 43 1, 13 | and this happens whenever two ~extremes are not of one 44 1, 13 | servant and vice ~versa, these two relative terms, "Lord" and " 45 1, 13 | name is communicable in two ways: properly, and by ~ 46 1, 13 | false," can be taken in two senses, accordingly ~as 47 1, 14 | that a thing is known in two ways: in itself, and in 48 1, 14 | knower, may be ~understood in two ways. In one way this adverb " 49 1, 14 | thing can be ~considered in two ways; first, in itself, 50 1, 14 | having reference) to one of two terms, ~but as determined 51 1, 15 | itself can be for one of ~two ends: either to be the type 52 1, 15 | agent, as may ~happen in two ways. For in some agents 53 1, 16 | this can be understood in two ways. In the ~one way so 54 1, 16 | to good, as appears from two ~reasons. First, because 55 1, 16 | nature of a circle, ~and that two added to three make five." 56 1, 16 | circle, and the fact that two and three ~make five, have 57 1, 16 | everywhere, can be understood ~in two ways. In one way, as having 58 1, 16 | conformity may vary in ~two ways, even as any other 59 1, 16 | through change in one of the two ~extremes. Hence in one 60 1, 17 | relatively; ~and that in two ways. In one way according 61 1, 17 | man may fail to possess two feet, but not fail to be 62 1, 17 | This can ~take place in two ways. In one way, by the 63 1, 17 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, one of two contraries is not in the 64 1, 19 | upon one or the other of two things, ~and imperfect, 65 1, 19 | to one or the ~other of two things, no action results 66 1, 19 | I answer that, There are two ways in which a thing is 67 1, 19 | can incline to either of two opposites, is changeable ~ 68 1, 19 | regards good, a man may in two ways begin to ~will a thing. 69 1, 19 | sufficient explanation, for two reasons. ~First, because 70 1, 19 | can make choice of one of two opposites, inasmuch as He 71 1, 19 | namely, prohibition - and two - namely, counsel and precept - 72 1, 19 | regards the present, and the two latter the future; and because 73 1, 20 | love always tends towards two things; to the good ~that 74 1, 20 | it with the angelic, ~the two are found equal, in the 75 1, 21 | I answer that, There are two kinds of justice. The one 76 1, 21 | debt may be regarded in two ~ways, as due either to 77 1, 21 | a man who pays ~another two hundred pieces of money, 78 1, 22 | part of prudence, to which two other parts are directed - 79 1, 22 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Two things pertain to the care 80 1, 22 | instance, the meeting of two servants, although to ~them 81 1, 22 | was ~on account of these two arguments to which we have 82 1, 22 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Two things belong to providence - 83 1, 23 | to belong to a person in two ways; ~first, by God's predestination, 84 1, 23 | otherwise that in predestination two things are to ~be considered - 85 1, 23 | be helped by another in two ways; in one ~way, inasmuch 86 1, 24 | life may be understood in two senses. In one ~sense as 87 1, 24 | which one is directed from two sources; ~namely, from predestination, 88 1, 25 | said to be possible in two ways. First in relation 89 1, 25 | certain persons erred in two ways. Some ~laid it down 90 1, 25 | just" may be understood in two ways: one, in ~direct connection 91 1, 26 | In this we may consider two things, namely, the ~object 92 1, 27 | Whether there are more than two processions in God?~Aquin.: 93 1, 27 | I answer that, There are two processions in God; the 94 1, 27 | Whether there are more than two processions in God? ~Aquin.: 95 1, 27 | that there are more than two processions in God. As ~ 96 1, 27 | is power. Therefore, if two ~processions exist in God, 97 1, 27 | God there are more than two processions.~Aquin.: SMT 98 1, 27 | there are not more than two who proceed - the ~Son and 99 1, 27 | Therefore there are in Him but two processions.~Aquin.: SMT 100 1, 27 | nature these actions are two, the acts of intelligence ~ 101 1, 28 | requires and implies in reality two ~terms. Therefore the divine 102 1, 28 | itself, according to some two aspects thereof. ~The case 103 1, 28 | them as existing between two objects perceived by the 104 1, 28 | genera of accidents there are two points for remark. One is 105 1, 28 | So there are said to be two predicaments only in God, 106 1, 28 | essence; nevertheless ~these two in their own proper idea 107 1, 28 | God. These processions are two ~only, as above explained ( 108 1, 28 | each of these ~processions two opposite relations arise; 109 1, 28 | procession: although these two names belong to the processions ~ 110 1, 30 | simple or absolute, as two and three and ~four; and 111 1, 30 | existing in things numbered, as two men and two ~horses. So, 112 1, 30 | numbered, as two men and two ~horses. So, if number in 113 1, 30 | creatures, one is part of two, and two of three, as one 114 1, 30 | one is part of two, and two of three, as one man is 115 1, 30 | as one man is part of ~two men, and two of three; but 116 1, 30 | is part of ~two men, and two of three; but this does 117 1, 30 | relative ~opposition. Therefore two opposite relations must 118 1, 30 | relations must needs refer to two ~persons: and if any relations 119 1, 30 | they belong necessarily to two persons. Therefore the ~ 120 1, 30 | person of the Son. The other two relations are not ~opposed 121 1, 30 | each other; therefore these two cannot belong to one person: ~ 122 1, 30 | essence. How there are in Him two processions ~was above explained ( 123 1, 31 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Two things are implied in a 124 1, 31 | Trinity, we ~must beware of two opposite errors, and proceed 125 1, 31 | alone is Father," can mean two things, ~because the word " 126 1, 31 | Father alone is God" includes two ~assertions - namely, that 127 1, 32 | that they ~knew at least two persons. Likewise Trismegistus 128 1, 32 | derogates from faith in two ways. Firstly, as ~regards 129 1, 32 | Reason may be employed in two ways to establish a point: ~ 130 1, 32 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: There are two reason why the knowledge 131 1, 32 | 32] A[2] Body Para. 4/6~Two chief motives for this can 132 1, 32 | person in God is related to two ~persons - namely, the person 133 1, 32 | Holy ~Ghost would not be two persons. Nor can it be said 134 1, 32 | Holy Ghost; whereas these two persons are related to the ~ 135 1, 32 | related to the ~Father by two relations. For, since the 136 1, 32 | another, it must be said that two relations are not ~specifically 137 1, 32 | Hence, corresponding to the ~two relations of the Son and 138 1, 32 | Father, we must understand two relations in the Father, 139 1, 32 | must be in some one person two or more notions, as in the 140 1, 32 | from another, and by these two modes a person can be ~known. 141 1, 32 | another, He can be known in two ways, because as the Son 142 1, 32 | property; because it belongs to two persons. Three ~are personal 143 1, 32 | Anything is of faith in two ways; directly, where any ~ 144 1, 33 | first principle is known in two ways; in one way ~as the 145 1, 33 | call "unbegotten." To admit two innascibles is to suppose ~ 146 1, 33 | suppose ~the existence of two Gods, and two divine natures. 147 1, 33 | existence of two Gods, and two divine natures. Hence Hilary 148 1, 33 | God, so there cannot be two innascibles." And ~this 149 1, 33 | especially because, did two innascibles exist, one would 150 1, 34 | interior source as regards two things found in the exterior 151 1, 35 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMAGE (TWO ARTICLES)~We next inquire 152 1, 35 | image: about which there are two points ~of inquiry: ~(1) 153 1, 35 | there would be one image of ~two; which is impossible. Hence 154 1, 35 | be found in something in two ways. ~In one way it is 155 1, 36 | answer that, While there are two processions in God, one 156 1, 36 | this name may be shown in two ways. Firstly, from the ~ 157 1, 36 | Holy Spirit, if taken as two words, is ~applicable to 158 1, 36 | fact that the Father has two relations, by one of which ~ 159 1, 36 | therefore they do not make two persons, ~but belong only 160 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost there were two relations only, whereby 161 1, 36 | as neither would be the two relations whereby the Father 162 1, 36 | Ghost would be one, ~having two relations opposed to the 163 1, 36 | relations opposed to the two relations of the Father. 164 1, 36 | one Person of ~the Father, two persons proceed, the Son 165 1, 36 | Reply OBJ 1: In every action two things are to be considered, 166 1, 36 | property cannot belong to two subjects. Therefore the ~ 167 1, 36 | similarly, on account of His two properties, the Father would 168 1, 36 | properties, the Father would be two ~principles of the Son and 169 1, 36 | the Son are not one, but two Spirators, as many assert; 170 1, 36 | Father and the ~Son are not two principles, but one principle 171 1, 36 | to say that the Father is two principles of the ~Son and 172 1, 36 | Holy Ghost - namely, in two ways. Therefore, we must 173 1, 36 | against one property being in two ~"supposita" that possess 174 1, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: These two propositions, "The Father 175 1, 36 | stands indeterminately for two persons together. Hence 176 1, 36 | but indistinctly for the two persons as ~above explained.~ 177 1, 36 | and indistinctly for the two Persons together.~Aquin.: 178 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost, there are two spirators, by reason of 179 1, 36 | supposita," as also there are two spirating, because acts ~ 180 1, 36 | Father and the Son as from two ~distinct persons, as above 181 1, 36 | the Father and the Son are two ~spirating, by reason of 182 1, 36 | the "supposita" but not two ~spirators by reason of 183 1, 37 | OF THE HOLY GHOST - LOVE (TWO ARTICLES)~We now inquire 184 1, 37 | name "Love," on which arise two points of ~inquiry:~(1) 185 1, 37 | AA[2],3,4,5), ~there are two processions in God, one 186 1, 37 | is the bond between ~the two persons, as proceeding from 187 1, 37 | God "to love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~and notionally, 188 1, 38 | THE HOLY GHOST, AS GIFT (TWO ARTICLES)~There now follows 189 1, 38 | concerning which there ~are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether " 190 1, 39 | either one ~subsistent, with two denominations; or one substance 191 1, 39 | one substance divided into two ~imperfect substances; or 192 1, 39 | and assumed by the ~other two." Therefore it must not 193 1, 39 | the form. In which case two genitives are required, 194 1, 39 | genitive must have the force of two, as, for ~instance, "he 195 1, 39 | it follows that there are two ~Gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 196 1, 39 | say, "God begets," ~or for two, as when we say, "God spirates"; 197 1, 39 | Whence, one person, and two, and three, can be predicated 198 1, 39 | Union" implies the unity of two; and is ~therefore appropriated 199 1, 39 | inasmuch as He proceeds from ~two. And from this we can understand 200 1, 39 | Who is the union of the two, be excluded, we cannot ~ 201 1, 39 | God contains things ~in two ways: in one way by their 202 1, 40 | one ~relation exists in two person, as common spiration 203 1, 40 | there is one essence in the two persons, so also ~there 204 1, 40 | there is one property in the two persons, as above explained ( 205 1, 40 | several. Now, there ~are two principles of difference 206 1, 40 | however, cannot stand - for two reasons. Firstly, because, ~ 207 1, 40 | because, ~in order that two things be understood as 208 1, 40 | difference between these two abstractions consists in 209 1, 40 | this is impossible, for two reasons: first, because 210 1, 41 | this can be understood in two senses. In one sense, the 211 1, 42 | discrete quantity, because ~two persons are more than one. 212 1, 42 | God may be designated in two ~ways - namely, by nouns 213 1, 42 | principle may be due to two reasons: one ~on the part 214 1, 42 | three men are more than two, ~or than one. But in God 215 1, 42 | in the Son there are only two, the ~Son is evidently not 216 1, 42 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, one of two opposites cannot be in the 217 1, 42 | regards the relations, each of two relative ~opposites is in 218 1, 43 | notion of mission includes two things: the habitude ~of 219 1, 43 | from another" is common to two of the notions.~Aquin.: 220 1, 43 | grace, in this sense the two missions are united in the 221 1, 43 | whom it is sent implies two ~things, the indwelling 222 1, 43 | whom are to be found these two ~conditions.~Aquin.: SMT 223 1, 44 | God and primary matter are two principles divided ~against 224 1, 44 | says (Confess. xii, 7), Two "things hast Thou ~made, 225 1, 45 | change existing between two forms.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 226 1, 46 | on the idea that, given two extremes, there is an infinite 227 1, 46 | some said that there are two principles ~of creation, 228 1, 47 | But this cannot stand, for two reasons. First, because, 229 1, 47 | opinion cannot stand, for two reasons. First, because 230 1, 47 | said that if He had ~made two worlds, it would be better 231 1, 48 | Further, each extreme of two contraries is a nature. 232 1, 48 | efficient cause. But in these two ways evil does ~not effect 233 1, 49 | Those, however, who upheld two first principles, one good 234 1, 49 | Likewise, because they found two contrary particular causes 235 1, 49 | contrary particular causes of two ~contrary particular effects, 236 1, 50 | that it is impossible for two angels to be of ~one species; 237 1, 52 | body than there is between two angels. But an angel and 238 1, 52 | 58. Much more, ~then, can two angels be in the same place.~ 239 1, 52 | contrary, There are not two souls in the same body. 240 1, 52 | like reason there are not two angels in the same place.~ 241 1, 52 | answer that, There are not two angels in the same place. 242 1, 52 | because it is impossible for two complete causes to be the 243 1, 53 | can occupy the parts of two places appertains to the 244 1, 53 | evident thus. Between the two extreme limits there are 245 1, 53 | indivisible; because between every two points that are infinite ~ 246 1, 53 | intermediate points, since no two points follow one another 247 1, 53 | of a body, there ~are not two "nows" in which the body 248 1, 53 | one and the same place in two "nows," it would ~follow 249 1, 53 | there be a plane measuring two palms, ~along which it travels; 250 1, 53 | follows that ~between every two places there are infinite 251 1, 53 | there is a ~mid-time between two "nows" of time: hence they 252 1, 54 | Philosopher understands ~those two things to be in every nature 253 1, 55 | universally can be taken in two senses. In ~one way, on 254 1, 56 | came forth from Him in two ~ways: first, into the angelic 255 1, 56 | stands midway between these two; and is likened to that ~ 256 1, 56 | is midway between ~these two kinds of knowledge; nevertheless 257 1, 57 | The future can be known in two ways. First, it can be ~ 258 1, 57 | thought can be known in two ways: first, in its ~effect. 259 1, 57 | OBJ 1: One can speak in two ways of the mystery of the ~ 260 1, 58 | intellect is in potentiality in two ways; first, "as ~before 261 1, 58 | one proposition; and also two things ~compared together, 262 1, 58 | from affirmation than any ~two opposite natures are; because 263 1, 58 | as the middle between the two extremes. Or else ~the noon 264 1, 58 | for one faculty to have two operations ~at the same 265 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 2: There can be two operations of the same faculty 266 1, 58 | knowing a thing ~through two mediums, one of which is 267 1, 60 | a thing ~may be loved in two ways; first of all as a 268 1, 60 | says (De Civ. Dei xiv), "Two loves have made two cities; ~ 269 1, 60 | xiv), "Two loves have made two cities; ~namely love of 270 1, 62 | power; and this ~happens in two ways. First of all, because 271 1, 62 | for this can be drawn from two ~sources. First of all, 272 1, 62 | the same faculty has not two simultaneous acts, as the ~ 273 1, 62 | same end, be terminated in two points. But the ~beatified 274 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: There cannot be two operations of the one faculty 275 1, 62 | can be termed useful in two ways. First of all, as ~ 276 1, 63 | 4: Mortal sin occurs in two ways in the act of free-will. ~ 277 1, 63 | can exist in a subject in two ways: first of all by ~actual 278 1, 63 | this can be understood in two ways: first, by equality; 279 1, 63 | to likeness can happen in two ways. In ~one way, as to 280 1, 63 | had he stood fast." These two ~views in a manner coincide; 281 1, 63 | repudiated by some, because, when two operations follow one upon 282 1, 63 | middle time between ~every two instants. Therefore there 283 1, 63 | middle time between every ~two instants, so far as time 284 1, 63 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Two things have to be considered 285 1, 64 | may proceed ~to either of two opposites. Consequently 286 1, 64 | by Divine providence in two ways: first of all, ~directly, 287 1, 65 | the angels. And there ~are two ways in which this has been 288 1, 66 | the earth lacked beauty in two ways: first, ~that beauty 289 1, 66 | unadorned. Thus after mention of two created natures, the heaven 290 1, 66 | Confess. xii, 12): "I find two things Thou ~hast made, 291 1, 66 | Confess. xii, 12): "I find two ~things that Thou didst 292 1, 66 | xii, 12) specifies only two things ~as first created - 293 1, 66 | empyrean heaven. But these two, namely, the angelic nature ~ 294 1, 67 | Any word may be used in two ways - that is to say, either ~ 295 1, 67 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Two bodies cannot occupy the 296 1, 67 | naturally speaking, for any two ~bodies of whatever nature, 297 1, 67 | cannot be the case ~for two reasons. First, because 298 1, 67 | also seems ~impossible for two reasons. First, because 299 1, 67 | I answer that, There are two opinions as to the production 300 1, 67 | seems to be required, for two reasons, that the ~formlessness 301 1, 68 | discussing questions of this kind two rules are to ~observed, 302 1, 68 | day can be understood in two senses. They may be ~understood, 303 1, 68 | that according to the last two opinions on ~the firmament 304 1, 68 | according to ~the last two opinions. But according 305 1, 68 | first opinion, Basil gives ~two replies (Hom. iii in Hexaem.). 306 1, 68 | of the same species, and two places are assigned to them, 307 1, 68 | since this space contains two elements, namely, fire and 308 1, 69 | THE WORK OF THE THIRD DAY (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider 309 1, 69 | Under this head there are ~two points of inquiry:~(1) About 310 1, 70 | correctly described as ~the "two great lights."~Aquin.: SMT 311 1, 70 | writers suppose. To these two ~works is added the work 312 1, 70 | As Chrysostom says, the two lights are called great, 313 1, 70 | first mover is made up of two parts, the moving and the 314 1, 70 | the union between these two parts. This, he ~says, is 315 1, 71 | fishes may be considered from two ~points of view. If considered 316 1, 73 | the attaining of beatitude two things are required, nature ~ 317 1, 73 | Hence rest is taken in two senses, in one sense meaning 318 1, 73 | seventh day is ~understood in two ways. First, in that He 319 1, 74 | and adornment than these two works are from one another. 320 1, 74 | day, and corporeal on the two others, the higher bodies 321 1, 74 | formed on ~the first these two days, and the lower on the 322 1, 74 | its aliquot parts, one, two, three; since ~one day is 323 1, 74 | of spiritual creatures, two to that of ~corporeal creatures, 324 1, 74 | not one only. Now, these two opinions, taken as explaining 325 1, 74 | 2/2~If, however, these two explanations are looked 326 1, 74 | diversity of opinion existing on two points, as already shown ( 327 1, 74 | heaven and the earth, as ~the two extremes, are alone mentioned, 328 1, 74 | is Love. Now, "there are two things," says Augustine ~( 329 1, 75 | 2~Concerning the first, two points have to be considered; 330 1, 75 | is shown ~principally by two actions, knowledge and movement. 331 1, 75 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: There are two kinds of contact; of "quantity," 332 1, 75 | particular thing" can be taken in two senses. ~Firstly, for anything 333 1, 75 | OBJ 3: Motive power is of two kinds. One, the appetitive 334 1, 75 | is man," can be taken in two ~senses. First, that man 335 1, 75 | consider this question in ~two ways. First, from the notion 336 1, 75 | thing may be corrupted in two ~ways - "per se," and accidentally. 337 1, 76 | one principal agent, and two ~instruments, we can say 338 1, 76 | several things with his two hands, there ~will be one 339 1, 76 | be one who touches, but two contacts. If, on the contrary, 340 1, 76 | Therefore, if we suppose two men to have several intellects ~ 341 1, 76 | sense - for instance, if two men had one eye - there 342 1, 76 | do we say that there are two souls in one man, as James 343 1, 76 | either that one of these two things could not be predicated 344 1, 76 | accidentally, supposing these two forms not to be ordered 345 1, 76 | moves itself is divided into two parts, of which one moves, 346 1, 76 | though lucid and light were two separate ~things, but because 347 1, 76 | observing that in matter two conditions ~are to be found; 348 1, 76 | Further, a link between two things seems to be that 349 1, 77 | purpose ~this may be proved in two ways. First, because, since 350 1, 77 | growth. Now, from ~these two things an act receives its 351 1, 77 | power were to have one of two contraries as such for ~ 352 1, 77 | color. This is because of two contraries one, in a ~manner, 353 1, 77 | triple order among them, two of which correspond to the ~ 354 1, 77 | another can be ~taken in two ways; according to the order 355 1, 77 | Those powers among which the two ~other kinds of order exist 356 1, 77 | body, this can be taken in two ways. Firstly, ~the words " 357 1, 77 | They differ, however, in two ~respects. First, because 358 1, 77 | Eccl. Dogm. xix) that "of two substances ~only does man 359 1, 37 | OF THE HOLY GHOST - LOVE (TWO ARTICLES)~We now inquire 360 1, 37 | name "Love," on which arise two points of ~inquiry:~(1) 361 1, 37 | AA[2],3,4,5), ~there are two processions in God, one 362 1, 37 | is the bond between ~the two persons, as proceeding from 363 1, 37 | God "to love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~and notionally, 364 1, 38 | THE HOLY GHOST, AS GIFT (TWO ARTICLES) ~There now follows 365 1, 38 | concerning which there ~are two points of inquiry:~(1) Whether " 366 1, 39 | either one ~subsistent, with two denominations; or one substance 367 1, 39 | one substance divided into two ~imperfect substances; or 368 1, 39 | and assumed by the ~other two." Therefore it must not 369 1, 39 | the form. In which case two genitives are required, 370 1, 39 | genitive must have the force of two, as, for ~instance, "he 371 1, 39 | it follows that there are two ~Gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 372 1, 39 | say, "God begets," ~or for two, as when we say, "God spirates"; 373 1, 39 | Whence, one person, and two, and three, can be predicated 374 1, 39 | Union" implies the unity of two; and is ~therefore appropriated 375 1, 39 | inasmuch as He proceeds from ~two. And from this we can understand 376 1, 39 | Who is the union of the two, be excluded, we cannot ~ 377 1, 39 | God contains things ~in two ways: in one way by their 378 1, 40 | one ~relation exists in two person, as common spiration 379 1, 40 | there is one essence in the two persons, so also ~there 380 1, 40 | there is one property in the two persons, as above explained ( 381 1, 40 | several. Now, there ~are two principles of difference 382 1, 40 | however, cannot stand - for two reasons. Firstly, because, ~ 383 1, 40 | because, ~in order that two things be understood as 384 1, 40 | difference between these two abstractions consists in 385 1, 40 | this is impossible, for two reasons: first, because 386 1, 41 | this can be understood in two senses. In one sense, the 387 1, 42 | discrete quantity, because ~two persons are more than one. 388 1, 42 | God may be designated in two ~ways - namely, by nouns 389 1, 42 | principle may be due to two reasons: one ~on the part 390 1, 42 | three men are more than two, ~or than one. But in God 391 1, 42 | in the Son there are only two, the ~Son is evidently not 392 1, 42 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, one of two opposites cannot be in the 393 1, 42 | regards the relations, each of two relative ~opposites is in 394 1, 43 | notion of mission includes two things: the habitude ~of 395 1, 43 | from another" is common to two of the notions.~Aquin.: 396 1, 43 | grace, in this sense the two missions are united in the 397 1, 43 | whom it is sent implies two ~things, the indwelling 398 1, 43 | whom are to be found these two ~conditions.~Aquin.: SMT 399 1, 45 | God and primary matter are two principles divided against 400 1, 45 | says (Confess. xii, 7), Two "things hast Thou ~made, 401 1, 46 | change existing between two forms.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 402 1, 47 | on the idea that, given two extremes, there is an infinite 403 1, 47 | some said that there are two principles ~of creation, 404 1, 48 | But this cannot stand, for two reasons. First, because, 405 1, 48 | opinion cannot stand, for two reasons. First, because 406 1, 48 | said that if He had ~made two worlds, it would be better 407 1, 49 | Further, each extreme of two contraries is a nature. 408 1, 49 | efficient cause. But in these two ways evil does ~not effect 409 1, 50 | Those, however, who upheld two first principles, one good 410 1, 50 | Likewise, because they found two contrary particular causes 411 1, 50 | contrary particular causes of two ~contrary particular effects, 412 1, 51 | that it is impossible for two angels to be of ~one species; 413 1, 53 | body than there is between two angels. But an angel and 414 1, 53 | 58. Much more, ~then, can two angels be in the same place.~ 415 1, 53 | contrary, There are not two souls in the same body. 416 1, 53 | like reason there are not two angels in the same place.~ 417 1, 53 | answer that, There are not two angels in the same place. 418 1, 53 | because it is impossible for two complete causes to be the 419 1, 54 | can occupy the parts of two places appertains to the 420 1, 54 | evident thus. Between the two extreme limits there are 421 1, 54 | indivisible; because between every two points that are infinite ~ 422 1, 54 | intermediate points, since no two points follow one another 423 1, 54 | of a body, there ~are not two "nows" in which the body 424 1, 54 | one and the same place in two "nows," it would ~follow 425 1, 54 | there be a plane measuring two palms, ~along which it travels; 426 1, 54 | follows that ~between every two places there are infinite 427 1, 54 | there is a ~mid-time between two "nows" of time: hence they 428 1, 55 | Philosopher understands ~those two things to be in every nature 429 1, 56 | universally can be taken in two senses. In ~one way, on 430 1, 57 | came forth from Him in two ~ways: first, into the angelic 431 1, 57 | stands midway between these two; and is likened to that ~ 432 1, 57 | is midway between ~these two kinds of knowledge; nevertheless 433 1, 58 | The future can be known in two ways. First, it can be ~ 434 1, 58 | thought can be known in two ways: first, in its ~effect. 435 1, 58 | OBJ 1: One can speak in two ways of the mystery of the ~ 436 1, 59 | intellect is in potentiality in two ways; first, "as ~before 437 1, 59 | one proposition; and also two things ~compared together, 438 1, 59 | from affirmation than any ~two opposite natures are; because 439 1, 59 | as the middle between the two extremes. Or else ~the noon 440 1, 59 | for one faculty to have two operations ~at the same 441 1, 59 | Reply OBJ 2: There can be two operations of the same faculty 442 1, 59 | knowing a thing ~through two mediums, one of which is 443 1, 61 | a thing ~may be loved in two ways; first of all as a 444 1, 61 | says (De Civ. Dei xiv), "Two loves have made two cities; ~ 445 1, 61 | xiv), "Two loves have made two cities; ~namely love of 446 1, 63 | power; and this ~happens in two ways. First of all, because 447 1, 63 | for this can be drawn from two ~sources. First of all, 448 1, 63 | the same faculty has not two simultaneous acts, as the ~ 449 1, 63 | same end, be terminated in two points. But the ~beatified 450 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 3: There cannot be two operations of the one faculty 451 1, 63 | can be termed useful in two ways. First of all, as ~ 452 1, 64 | 4: Mortal sin occurs in two ways in the act of free-will. ~ 453 1, 64 | can exist in a subject in two ways: first of all by ~actual 454 1, 64 | this can be understood in two ways: first, by equality; 455 1, 64 | to likeness can happen in two ways. In ~one way, as to 456 1, 64 | had he stood fast." These two ~views in a manner coincide; 457 1, 64 | repudiated by some, because, when two operations follow one upon 458 1, 64 | middle time between ~every two instants. Therefore there 459 1, 64 | middle time between every ~two instants, so far as time 460 1, 64 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Two things have to be considered 461 1, 65 | may proceed ~to either of two opposites. Consequently 462 1, 65 | by Divine providence in two ways: first of all, ~directly, 463 1, 66 | the angels. And there ~are two ways in which this has been 464 1, 67 | the earth lacked beauty in two ways: first, ~that beauty 465 1, 67 | unadorned. Thus after mention of two created natures, the heaven 466 1, 67 | Confess. xii, 12): "I find two things Thou ~hast made, 467 1, 67 | Confess. xii, 12): "I find two ~things that Thou didst 468 1, 67 | xii, 12) specifies only two things ~as first created - 469 1, 67 | empyrean heaven. But these two, namely, the angelic nature ~ 470 1, 68 | Any word may be used in two ways - that is to say, either ~ 471 1, 68 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Two bodies cannot occupy the 472 1, 68 | naturally speaking, for any two ~bodies of whatever nature, 473 1, 68 | cannot be the case ~for two reasons. First, because 474 1, 68 | also seems ~impossible for two reasons. First, because 475 1, 68 | I answer that, There are two opinions as to the production 476 1, 68 | seems to be required, for two reasons, that the ~formlessness 477 1, 69 | discussing questions of this kind two rules are to ~observed, 478 1, 69 | day can be understood in two senses. They may be ~understood, 479 1, 69 | that according to the last two opinions on ~the firmament 480 1, 69 | according to ~the last two opinions. But according 481 1, 69 | first opinion, Basil gives ~two replies (Hom. iii in Hexaem.). 482 1, 69 | of the same species, and two places are assigned to them, 483 1, 69 | since this space contains two elements, namely, fire and 484 1, 70 | THE WORK OF THE THIRD DAY (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider 485 1, 70 | Under this head there are ~two points of inquiry:~(1) About 486 1, 71 | correctly described as ~the "two great lights."~Aquin.: SMT 487 1, 71 | writers suppose. To these two ~works is added the work 488 1, 71 | As Chrysostom says, the two lights are called great, 489 1, 71 | first mover is made up of two parts, the moving and the 490 1, 71 | the union between these two parts. This, he ~says, is 491 1, 71 | fishes may be considered from two ~points of view. If considered 492 1, 72 | the attaining of beatitude two things are required, nature ~ 493 1, 72 | Hence rest is taken in two senses, in one sense meaning 494 1, 72 | seventh day is ~understood in two ways. First, in that He 495 1, 73 | and adornment than these two works are from one another. 496 1, 73 | day, and corporeal on the two others, the higher bodies 497 1, 73 | formed on ~the first these two days, and the lower on the 498 1, 73 | its aliquot parts, one, two, three; since ~one day is 499 1, 73 | of spiritual creatures, two to that of ~corporeal creatures, 500 1, 73 | not one only. Now, these two opinions, taken as explaining


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