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1 1, 1 | end must first be known by men who are to ~direct their 2 1, 1 | order that the salvation of men might be brought ~about 3 1, 1 | admitted by all: "For all men have not faith" (2 Thess. 4 1, 1 | establish the authority of those men through ~whom the divine 5 1, 1 | Firstly, because thereby men's ~minds are the better 6 1, 1 | account of the hardness of ~men's hearts; it is called analogy 7 1, 2 | their necessity. ~This all men speak of as God.~Aquin.: 8 1, 3 | But this is false: "For men gave the ~incommunicable 9 1, 11 | not in that way be many men. Now this belongs to God 10 1, 12 | thence arises wonder ~in men. But if the intellect of 11 1, 12 | made; but as when we see men among whom we ~live, living 12 1, 12 | with angels is promised to men as ~their beatitude.~Aquin.: 13 1, 12 | probable ~opinion because wise men or most men teach it, he 14 1, 12 | because wise men or most men teach it, he cannot be said 15 1, 13 | of the generation of ~all men; whereas the univocal agent 16 1, 13 | signify something which men think is God; thus it is 17 1, 14 | certain way knows infinite men; not however as distinguished 18 1, 14 | instance, an ~infinitude of men, or an infinitude in continuous 19 1, 14 | all their works," i.e. of men. ~Now the works of men are 20 1, 14 | of men. ~Now the works of men are contingent, being subject 21 1, 14 | knoweth the thoughts of men" ~(Ps. 93:11). But enunciable 22 1, 14 | contained in the thoughts of men. ~Therefore God knows enunciable 23 1, 16 | from ~among the children of men."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 24 1, 16 | from among the children ~of men," says: "As from one man' 25 1, 16 | from among the children of men."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 26 1, 18 | happens that there exist in men not merely such ~natural 27 1, 19 | 2:4): "God will have all men to be saved, and to ~come 28 1, 19 | Apostle, "God will have all men to be ~saved," etc. can 29 1, 19 | Enchiridion 103), "God wills all men to be saved that are ~saved, 30 1, 19 | mean that God wills some men of every class and condition 31 1, 19 | antecedently he wills all men to live; but consequently ~ 32 1, 19 | antecedently wills ~all men to be saved, but consequently 33 1, 19 | understood metaphorically. For men seem to repent, when they 34 1, 19 | worse. Now God surpasses all men in wisdom. Much ~less therefore 35 1, 20 | Ps. 8:6). But God ~loved men more than He loved the angels, 36 1, 20 | are found nobler than some men, ~and some men nobler than 37 1, 20 | than some men, ~and some men nobler than some angels. 38 1, 22 | providence of a governor. But men are left to themselves by 39 1, 22 | Moses, however, excluded men from the ~generality of 40 1, 23 | the reprobation of some men?~(4) On the comparison of 41 1, 23 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether men are predestined by God?~ 42 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that men are not predestined by God, 43 1, 23 | God. Therefore neither are men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 44 1, 23 | of beatitude, as well as men. But ~predestination is 45 1, 23 | Q[22], A[3]]. Therefore men are not predestined.~Aquin.: 46 1, 23 | benefits God confers upon men are revealed by the ~Holy 47 1, 23 | the ~Holy Ghost to holy men according to the saying 48 1, 23 | that God should predestine men. For all ~things are subject 49 1, 23 | angels, just as it does to men, ~although they have never 50 1, 23 | Q[22], A[2]). Thus, as men are ordained to ~eternal 51 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 1: God loves all men and all creatures, inasmuch 52 1, 23 | discrimination. Now God "wills all ~men to be saved" (1 Tim. 2:4). 53 1, 23 | predestination which ordains ~men towards eternal salvation, 54 1, 23 | gives certain goods to some men, which He does not give 55 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 3: God wills all men to be saved by His antecedent 56 1, 23 | given to equals. But all men are equal ~as regards both 57 1, 23 | prepare unequal things for men by predestinating and reprobating, 58 1, 23 | thought that the souls of men ~were created in the beginning, 59 1, 23 | manifest His goodness in men; in respect to those whom 60 1, 23 | stand in their stead." Thus men are substituted in the place 61 1, 23 | salvation one number of men more than another. But nothing 62 1, 23 | predestined, some say that so many men ~will be saved as angels 63 1, 23 | clear that the ~majority of men have a sufficient knowledge 64 1, 24 | affairs. For it is usual among men ~that they who are chosen 65 1, 24 | but only in the opinion of men. For it is ~customary in 66 1, 24 | book of life, inasmuch as ~men think they are written therein, 67 1, 24 | what is promised to ~holy men, is not merely something 68 1, 24 | something in the opinion of men), it can ~therefore be said 69 1, 24 | either ~in the opinion of men, or because he begins again 70 1, 25 | heathen, who thought that men became gods, like Jupiter 71 1, 25 | sparing and having mercy upon men, He leads them on to the ~ 72 1, 27 | to actual life, such as men and ~animals, generation 73 1, 29 | persons who represented men in comedies and ~tragedies. 74 1, 29 | objective meaning. For as famous men were represented in ~comedies 75 1, 29 | OBJ 4: Further, person in men and angels does not signify 76 1, 30 | things numbered, as two men and two ~horses. So, if 77 1, 30 | one man is part of ~two men, and two of three; but this 78 1, 30 | for when we ~say "three men" we show that "man" is common 79 1, 31 | people" is a ~multitude of men comprehended under a certain 80 1, 31 | solitary, though angels and men ~were with Him, supposing 81 1, 33 | distinguished from all other men. Now it is paternity ~which 82 1, 39 | adjectives. For we say that ~many men are a college, or an army, 83 1, 39 | people; but we say that many men ~are collegians. Now in 84 1, 39 | Plato and Cicero are "three men"; whereas we do ~not say 85 1, 42 | than fewer parts; as three men are more than two, ~or than 86 1, 42 | Father ~Himself. But since in men generation is a certain 87 1, 43 | Son "is in man and with men. This was done in ~former 88 1, 43 | His eternal processions to men by visible creatures, ~according 89 1, 46 | been ~an infinite number of men. But man's soul is immortal: 90 1, 46 | of another man. For ~all men generating hold one grade 91 1, 47 | animals than plants, and men ~than other animals; and 92 1, 48 | of pain appeals to most men; but also more than any 93 1, 49 | regard to reason; ~and more men seek good in regard to the 94 1, 50 | in the ~Scriptures even men bearing a divine message 95 1, 51 | conversing familiarly with men they may give evidence of ~ 96 1, 51 | intellectual companionship which men expect to have with them 97 1, 51 | went in to the daughters of men, and they brought forth 98 1, 51 | children, ~these are the mighty men of old, men of renown" ( 99 1, 51 | are the mighty men of old, men of renown" (Gn. 6:4). Consequently ~ 100 1, 51 | they appear to be living men, although they are really 101 1, 51 | they were to ~assume true men; because the properties 102 1, 51 | because the properties of such men would lead us to men, ~and 103 1, 51 | such men would lead us to men, ~and not to angels.~Aquin.: 104 1, 51 | food, deeming them to be men, in whom, ~nevertheless, 105 1, 51 | while by the daughters of men the Scripture designates 106 1, 51 | bodies, but from the seed of men taken for the purpose; as 107 1, 54 | to the ~opinion of such men as contended that angels 108 1, 56 | mightier in knowledge than men. Yet men ~can know God through 109 1, 56 | knowledge than men. Yet men ~can know God through their 110 1, 57 | angels ~guard individual men, according to Ps. 90:11: " 111 1, 57 | mightier in knowledge than men. But some men know many 112 1, 57 | knowledge than men. But some men know many future events. ~ 113 1, 57 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Men cannot know future things 114 1, 57 | not known to the sons ~of men, as it is now revealed to 115 1, 58 | intellect. But in speaking to ~men, angels use affirmative 116 1, 59 | dignity surpasses that of men. Therefore, since free-will 117 1, 59 | Therefore, since free-will is in men, with ~much more reason 118 1, 62 | with the sayings of holy men, that they ~were created 119 1, 62 | The same thing happens in ~men, since greater grace and 120 1, 62 | in quite another way in men, ~who differ only numerically. 121 1, 63 | demons; since by leading men to sin they incur the guilt 122 1, 63 | are created by God, so are men. But some ~men are naturally 123 1, 63 | God, so are men. But some ~men are naturally wicked, of 124 1, 63 | OBJ 2: The malice of some men can be called natural, either ~ 125 1, 63 | beneath it, yet higher than men in the ~order of nature. 126 1, 63 | found in the same way in men ~and in angels. But there 127 1, 63 | But there are more wicked men to be found than good; ~ 128 1, 63 | speaking with regard to men, in whom ~evil comes to 129 1, 63 | which are known ~to most men, and from forsaking the 130 1, 63 | of every order; just as ~men are taken up into every 131 1, 64 | declares that demons and wicked men ~shall be sent "into everlasting 132 1, 64 | Orth. ii), "death is to men, what the fall is to the 133 1, 64 | that all the mortal sins of men, grave or less grave, are ~ 134 1, 64 | treat of ~the obstinacy of men who are damned (SP, Q[98], 135 1, 64 | midway between God ~and men. Now the order of Divine 136 1, 64 | order that they may tempt men, and thus the darksome ~ 137 1, 64 | 2/2~Now the procuring of men's salvation is prolonged 138 1, 64 | day all the wicked, both men and angels, will be in ~ 139 1, 64 | as ~the demons are over men in the order of nature; 140 1, 64 | where they could ~injure men. Hence it is stated, "They [ 141 1, 65 | If, then, they ~withdraw men from God, it is the fault 142 1, 66 | that, On this point holy men differ in opinion. Augustine 143 1, 67 | since there ~were neither men nor animals on the earth 144 1, 70 | did when first made; for men begin to count from the 145 1, 73 | made in the likeness of ~men." And again, the glory that 146 1, 75 | beginning, by generation, of men is like that of animals, 147 1, 76 | one intelligence for all ~men?~(3) Whether in the body 148 1, 76 | is one intellect in all ~men. For an immaterial substance 149 1, 76 | in one species. But all men are of one ~species. Therefore 150 1, 76 | but one intellect in all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 151 1, 76 | is one intellect in all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 152 1, 76 | the same applies to all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 153 1, 76 | is one intellect of all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 154 1, 76 | intellect to belong ~to all men. This is clear if, as Plato 155 1, 76 | Therefore, if we suppose two men to have several intellects ~ 156 1, 76 | sense - for instance, if two men had one eye - there would 157 1, 76 | that is to say that all men are but one ~"understander," 158 1, 76 | were one intellect for all ~men, the diversity of phantasms 159 1, 76 | exists one intellect for all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 160 1, 76 | sense of touch. And among men, those who have the best ~ 161 1, 39 | adjectives. For we say that ~many men are a college, or an army, 162 1, 39 | people; but we say that many men ~are collegians. Now in 163 1, 39 | Plato and Cicero are "three men"; whereas we do ~not say 164 1, 42 | than fewer parts; as three men are more than two, ~or than 165 1, 42 | Father ~Himself. But since in men generation is a certain 166 1, 43 | Son "is in man and with men. This was done in ~former 167 1, 43 | His eternal processions to men by visible creatures, ~according 168 1, 47 | been ~an infinite number of men. But man's soul is immortal: 169 1, 47 | of another man. For ~all men generating hold one grade 170 1, 48 | animals than plants, and men ~than other animals; and 171 1, 49 | of pain appeals to most men; but also more than any 172 1, 50 | regard to reason; ~and more men seek good in regard to the 173 1, 51 | in the ~Scriptures even men bearing a divine message 174 1, 52 | conversing familiarly with men they may give evidence of ~ 175 1, 52 | intellectual companionship which men expect to have with them 176 1, 52 | went in to the daughters of men, and they brought forth 177 1, 52 | children, ~these are the mighty men of old, men of renown" ( 178 1, 52 | are the mighty men of old, men of renown" (Gn. 6:4). Consequently ~ 179 1, 52 | they appear to be living men, although they are really 180 1, 52 | they were to ~assume true men; because the properties 181 1, 52 | because the properties of such men would lead us to men, ~and 182 1, 52 | such men would lead us to men, ~and not to angels.~Aquin.: 183 1, 52 | food, deeming them to be men, in whom, ~nevertheless, 184 1, 52 | while by the daughters of men the Scripture designates 185 1, 52 | bodies, but from the seed of men taken for the purpose; as 186 1, 55 | to the ~opinion of such men as contended that angels 187 1, 57 | mightier in knowledge than men. Yet men ~can know God through 188 1, 57 | knowledge than men. Yet men ~can know God through their 189 1, 58 | angels ~guard individual men, according to Ps. 90:11: " 190 1, 58 | mightier in knowledge than men. But some men know many 191 1, 58 | knowledge than men. But some men know many future events. ~ 192 1, 58 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Men cannot know future things 193 1, 58 | not known to the sons ~of men, as it is now revealed to 194 1, 59 | intellect. But in speaking to ~men, angels use affirmative 195 1, 60 | dignity surpasses that of men. Therefore, since free-will 196 1, 60 | Therefore, since free-will is in men, with ~much more reason 197 1, 63 | with the sayings of holy men, that they ~were created 198 1, 63 | The same thing happens in ~men, since greater grace and 199 1, 63 | in quite another way in men, ~who differ only numerically. 200 1, 64 | demons; since by leading men to sin they incur the guilt 201 1, 64 | are created by God, so are men. But some ~men are naturally 202 1, 64 | God, so are men. But some ~men are naturally wicked, of 203 1, 64 | OBJ 2: The malice of some men can be called natural, either ~ 204 1, 64 | beneath it, yet higher than men in the ~order of nature. 205 1, 64 | found in the same way in men ~and in angels. But there 206 1, 64 | But there are more wicked men to be found than good; ~ 207 1, 64 | speaking with regard to men, in whom ~evil comes to 208 1, 64 | which are known ~to most men, and from forsaking the 209 1, 64 | of every order; just as ~men are taken up into every 210 1, 65 | declares that demons and wicked men ~shall be sent "into everlasting 211 1, 65 | Orth. ii), "death is to men, what the fall is to the 212 1, 65 | that all the mortal sins of men, grave or less grave, are ~ 213 1, 65 | treat of ~the obstinacy of men who are damned (SP, Q[98], 214 1, 65 | midway between God ~and men. Now the order of Divine 215 1, 65 | order that they may tempt men, and thus the darksome ~ 216 1, 65 | 2/2~Now the procuring of men's salvation is prolonged 217 1, 65 | day all the wicked, both men and angels, will be in ~ 218 1, 65 | as ~the demons are over men in the order of nature; 219 1, 65 | where they could ~injure men. Hence it is stated, "They [ 220 1, 66 | If, then, they ~withdraw men from God, it is the fault 221 1, 67 | that, On this point holy men differ in opinion. Augustine 222 1, 68 | since there ~were neither men nor animals on the earth 223 1, 71 | did when first made; for men begin to count from the 224 1, 72 | made in the likeness of ~men." And again, the glory that 225 1, 74 | beginning, by generation, of men is like that of animals, 226 1, 75 | one intelligence for all ~men?~(3) Whether in the body 227 1, 75 | is one intellect in all ~men. For an immaterial substance 228 1, 75 | in one species. But all men are of one ~species. Therefore 229 1, 75 | but one intellect in all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 230 1, 75 | is one intellect in all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 231 1, 75 | the same applies to all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 232 1, 75 | is one intellect of all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 233 1, 75 | intellect to belong ~to all men. This is clear if, as Plato 234 1, 75 | Therefore, if we suppose two men to have several intellects ~ 235 1, 75 | sense - for instance, if two men had one eye - there would 236 1, 75 | that is to say that all men are but one ~"understander," 237 1, 75 | were one intellect for all ~men, the diversity of phantasms 238 1, 75 | exists one intellect for all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 239 1, 75 | sense of touch. And among men, those who have the best ~ 240 1, 77 | intellectual power - namely, men. But the appetitive power 241 1, 77 | reason," to which medical men assign a certain particular ~ 242 1, 78 | bodies, but is one for all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 243 1, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, all men agree in the first intellectual 244 1, 78 | intellect is not in various men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 245 1, 78 | active intellect for all men. And this is what they mean 246 1, 78 | according to the number of men, as we have said above ~( 247 1, 78 | human species. Wherefore all men enjoy in common ~the power 248 1, 78 | thus the possession by ~all men in common of the first principles 249 1, 78 | discovers the truth: whence" men's (mind) "is derived from" ~ 250 1, 83 | the end of sleep ~in sober men and those who are gifted 251 1, 84 | children at first call men fathers, and later on ~distinguish 252 1, 84 | capacity: thus because some men have bodies ~of better disposition, 253 1, 88 | in the case of uneducated men ~that they have to be taught 254 1, 89 | but also the souls of all men were created at the same ~ 255 1, 89 | namely, the ~souls of men or of heavenly bodies - 256 1, 90 | by senses of uncultured men such as ~those to whom the 257 1, 91 | Nor is inequality among men excluded ~by the state of 258 1, 91 | Christ filled five thousand men with five loaves, in the ~ 259 1, 92 | image of His Son." But all men ~are not predestined. Therefore 260 1, 92 | predestined. Therefore all men have not the conformity 261 1, 92 | which is common to all men. Secondly, inasmuch as man ~ 262 1, 92 | The first is found in ~all men, the second only in the 263 1, 93 | at perfection. Now other men have not, from the beginning, ~ 264 1, 93 | such as the thoughts of men, ~future contingent events, 265 1, 93 | which was not due to other men, as is clear from what is 266 1, 93 | have been ignorant of other men's ~thoughts, and of future 267 1, 94 | the life of the angels and men, as to show first what they 268 1, 94 | God thus first created men and angels in ~the state 269 1, 94 | not assert that angels or ~men were created with natural 270 1, 95 | the state of innocence all men were equal?~(4) Whether 271 1, 95 | would have been master over men?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 272 1, 95 | since fowls are given ~by men as food to the trained falcon.~ 273 1, 95 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether men were equal in the state 274 1, 95 | that state there was among ~men an abundance of love, which 275 1, 95 | present inequality among men seems to arise, on the part 276 1, 95 | more shine ~forth among men. Inequality might also arise 277 1, 95 | irrational creatures; not over men, but over ~cattle."~Aquin.: 278 1, 95 | governing and directing free men, can be called a master. 279 1, 95 | could have been a master of men, not in the former but in ~ 280 1, 95 | Civ. ~Dei xix, 14): "Just men command not by the love 281 1, 97 | innocence, however, the will of men would have been ~so ordered 282 1, 97 | even now among many good men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 283 1, 97 | of the resurrection, when men will be like the ~angels, " 284 1, 99 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether men would have been born in 285 1, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether men would have been born in 286 1, 99 | in the state of innocence men would not have ~been born 287 1, 100 | righteousness, in which men are guided by universal ~ 288 1, 100 | more, therefore, ~would men in the state of innocence 289 1, 101 | OBJ 3: Further, although men have explored the entire 290 1, 105 | to enlighten ~all men, that they may see what 291 1, 105 | corporeal ~nature, that men may be ordered to the knowledge 292 1, 105 | belongs ~to the ordering of men to God; since the angelic 293 1, 106 | speak with the ~tongues of men and of angels."~Aquin.: 294 1, 106 | speak with the tongues of ~men and of angels," a gloss 295 1, 106 | distance is the reason why all men do not know what one man 296 1, 107 | of Judgment?~(8) Whether men are taken up into the angelic 297 1, 107 | hierarchy is to be found ~among men and angels. But all men 298 1, 107 | men and angels. But all men are of one hierarchy. Therefore ~ 299 1, 107 | all the angels but also of men and all ~creatures; so there 300 1, 107 | one of the good angels and men, the other ~of the wicked." 301 1, 107 | Now it is evident that men do not receive the Divine ~ 302 1, 107 | intelligible purity, whereas men receive them under ~sensible 303 1, 107 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All men are of one species, and 304 1, 107 | city, a threefold order of men is to be ~seen, some of 305 1, 107 | is said not only of holy ~men, but also of the holy angels," 306 1, 107 | heavenly. But the orders among men are not from nature, but 307 1, 107 | which is not the case with men, as above ~explained (Q[ 308 1, 107 | 62], A[6]). Hence among men the orders are distinguished ~ 309 1, 107 | but partially; thus ~holy men are called gods by participation. 310 1, 107 | Archangels," who announce to men either ~great things above 311 1, 107 | for the purpose of leading men to salvation. But all the ~ 312 1, 107 | after the Day of Judgment men will not be led any ~more 313 1, 107 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether men are taken up into the angelic 314 1, 107 | OBJ 1: It would seem that men are not taken up into the 315 1, 107 | first. Therefore neither are men ~transferred to the angelic 316 1, 107 | say that the souls of bad men are ~changed into demons; 317 1, 107 | regards ~the grade of nature, men can in no way be assumed 318 1, 107 | distinction, some asserted that men can in no way be transferred 319 1, 107 | Therefore by the gift of grace men can merit glory in such 320 1, 107 | and ~this implies that men are taken up into the orders 321 1, 107 | not be two societies of men and angels, but ~only one; 322 1, 107 | however, does not apply to men, as above explained (A[4]; ~ 323 1, 107 | grade of grace; whereas men can ascend to the grade 324 1, 107 | corporeal matters. But holy men ~even after this life are 325 1, 107 | not erroneous to say that men are transferred to the ~ 326 1, 108 | will preside over angels, men over men, and demons over 327 1, 108 | preside over angels, men over men, and demons over demons."~ 328 1, 108 | wickedness ~whereby they hate men, and fight against God's 329 1, 108 | For it belongs to ~wicked men to be joined to and subject 330 1, 108 | which is not the case with men, who are ~naturally equal. 331 1, 108 | be done by bad angels or ~men, for the sake of the good 332 1, 108 | angels. Hence likewise among men, "the spiritual man ~judgeth 333 1, 109 | in the same way as holy men are said to ~work miracles; 334 1, 110 | by God to the ministry of men; (3) How they guard and 335 1, 110 | How they guard and protect men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] Out. 336 1, 110 | manifestation of Divine truths to men, but God also revealed them 337 1, 110 | of ~Divine things reaches men through the ministry of 338 1, 110 | 107], ~A[2]). Therefore men are enlightened by the angels.~ 339 1, 110 | enlightened by the superior, so men, ~who are inferior to the 340 1, 110 | the ~intelligible truth to men under the similitudes of 341 1, 110 | Divine things are revealed to men. Hence the angels have some 342 1, 110 | enlightenment of faith. Moreover, men are enlightened by the ~ 343 1, 110 | the demons and put into men" (De Fide ~Orth. ii, 4); 344 1, 110 | God's ministers, either men or angels, are ~said to 345 1, 111 | immediately reveal things ~to men without the help of the 346 1, 111 | forth ~as messengers to men." Therefore those who are 347 1, 112 | inquiry arise:~(1) Whether men are guarded by the angels?~( 348 1, 112 | guardians always watch over men?~(7) Whether the angel grieves 349 1, 112 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether men are guarded by the angels?~ 350 1, 112 | OBJ 1: It would seem that men are not guarded by the angels. 351 1, 112 | weaker one superfluous. But men ~are guarded by God, according 352 1, 112 | therefore be negligent if men are given to their guardianship. 353 1, 112 | are not the guardians of men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 354 1, 112 | for the ~guardianship of men, in order to regulate them 355 1, 112 | The thoughts of mortal men are fearful, and our ~counsels 356 1, 112 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As men depart from the natural 357 1, 112 | what is right. Hence that men perish is not to be imputed 358 1, 112 | angels but to the malice of men. That they sometimes ~appear 359 1, 112 | they sometimes ~appear to men visibly outside the ordinary 360 1, 112 | man suffices to guard many men. ~Therefore much more can 361 1, 112 | can one angel guard many men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 362 1, 112 | angel between whom ~and men there is no medium. Therefore 363 1, 112 | angel who ~immediately keeps men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 364 1, 112 | than another; since ~all men are naturally equal. Since 365 1, 112 | it seems that ~different men are not guarded by different 366 1, 112 | Divine providence concerning men. But God's providence acts ~ 367 1, 112 | differently as regards men and as regards other corruptible 368 1, 112 | to incorruptibility. For men are not ~only incorruptible 369 1, 112 | guardianship of different men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 370 1, 112 | guardians are given to men also as regards invisible 371 1, 112 | appointed to guard individual men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 372 1, 112 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although men are equal in nature, still 373 1, 112 | Para. 1/1~Whether to guard men belongs only to the lowest 374 1, 112 | that the guardianship of men does not belong only ~to 375 1, 112 | the superior angels guard men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 376 1, 112 | to the ~guardianship of men. But five orders are sent 377 1, 112 | to the guardianship of men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 378 1, 112 | for the guardianship of men it seems especially ~necessary 379 1, 112 | 90) the guardianship of men is attributed ~to the angels; 380 1, 112 | guardianship of ~individual men; but some orders have a 381 1, 112 | the guardianship of all men?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 382 1, 112 | the guardianship ~of all men. For it is written of Christ ( 383 1, 112 | made in ~the likeness of men, and in habit found as a 384 1, 112 | the guardianship of all men, Christ also would have 385 1, 112 | the guardianship of all ~men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 386 1, 112 | Adam was the first of all men. But it was not fitting ~ 387 1, 112 | the guardianship of all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 388 1, 112 | appointed to the guardianship of men, that ~they may take them 389 1, 112 | assaults of the demons. ~But men who are foreknown to damnation, 390 1, 112 | the ~guardianship of all men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 391 1, 112 | guardians are appointed for men who have to pass by ~an 392 1, 112 | Apostle says (Heb. 1:14). But men ~begin to receive the inheritance 393 1, 112 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, men are guarded by angels in 394 1, 112 | are not appointed to guard men ~from the moment of their 395 1, 112 | angels grieve for the loss of men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 396 1, 112 | judgment as to ~whether men have fallen through their 397 1, 112 | Therefore angels grieve for men's sins.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 398 1, 112 | the pains ~inflicted on men. For grief and sorrow, according 399 1, 112 | and preachers who weep for men's sins. If according to 400 1, 112 | judgment for the sins of men, ~not as guilty, but as 401 1, 112 | various kingdoms and various men ~are executed by the angels. 402 1, 112 | various kingdoms or various ~men there are contrary merits 403 1, 113 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether men are assailed by the demons?~( 404 1, 113 | Whether all the sins of men are to be set down to the 405 1, 113 | for the purpose of leading men ~astray?~(5) Whether the 406 1, 113 | demons who are overcome by men, are hindered from making ~ 407 1, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether men are assailed by the demons?~ 408 1, 113 | OBJ 1: It would seem that men are not assailed by the 409 1, 113 | against the astute. But men are weak and ~ignorant, 410 1, 113 | author of all justice, that men should be ~assailed by demons.~ 411 1, 113 | The wicked angels assail men in two ways. Firstly by ~ 412 1, 113 | both the above in assailing men. But by the ~Divine ordinance 413 1, 113 | know ~what happens among men. Therefore the demons do 414 1, 113 | happens outwardly among men; but the ~inward disposition 415 1, 113 | angels are deputed to guard men, so demons are ~deputed 416 1, 113 | demons are ~deputed to assail men. But every good thing we 417 1, 113 | if there were no devil, men would ~have the desire for 418 1, 113 | Whether demons can lead men astray by means of real 419 1, 113 | that the demons cannot lead men astray by means of ~real 420 1, 113 | because he will deceive ~men's senses by means of phantoms, 421 1, 113 | things, appears to ~other men's senses, as it were embodied 422 1, 113 | magicians do what ~holy men do, they do it for a different 423 1, 114 | that "such is the will of men, as is ~the day which the 424 1, 114 | day which the father of men and of gods brings on" ( 425 1, 114 | Reply OBJ 3: The majority of men follow their passions, which 426 1, 114 | of the moon, can harass men, who on ~that account are 427 1, 114 | namely, that "on ~earth men fabricate certain powers 428 1, 114 | OBJ 1: That demons harass men, according to certain phases 429 1, 116 | says, "Lest you give to men the honor due to God." Therefore 430 1, 116 | iii, maintains that all men have one ~passive intellect 431 1, 116 | intelligible species belong to all men. ~Consequently he held that 432 1, 116 | as he maintains that all men have but one ~passive intellect, 433 1, 116 | OBJ 1: It would seem that men teach angels. For the Apostle 434 1, 116 | known to angels through men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] A[ 435 1, 116 | Q[112], A[3]). But some men are instructed ~immediately 436 1, 116 | His Son." Therefore some men have been able to ~teach 437 1, 116 | the superior. But ~some men are higher than some angels; 438 1, 116 | some angels; since some men are taken up to the ~highest 439 1, 116 | angels can be instructed by men ~concerning Divine things.~ 440 1, 116 | the superior, the highest men are subject even to ~the 441 1, 116 | are never enlightened by men ~concerning Divine things. 442 1, 116 | concerning Divine things. But men can by means of speech make 443 1, 116 | grace . . . to enlighten all men, that they ~may see what 444 1, 116 | mystery was ~hidden from men, but not from the Church 445 1, 116 | this Church composed of men will be gathered together."~ 446 1, 116 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Certain men in this state of life are 447 1, 116 | corporeal matter. Therefore men, by the power of the ~soul, 448 1, 117 | those who held that all ~men have but one intellect in 449 1, 117 | of necessity that both in men and in ~other animals, when 450 1, 117 | stated that the souls of men were created ~together with 451 1, 118 | ancestors, than to any ~other men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[119] A[ 452 1, 118 | seldom; in like manner fat men, ~and for the same reason.~ 453 2, 1 | last end?~(7) Whether all men have the same last end?~( 454 2, 1 | Therefore, just as of all men there is naturally one ~ 455 2, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all men have the same last end?~ 456 2, 1 | It would seem that all men have not the same last end. 457 2, 1 | by sinning. Therefore all men have ~not the same last 458 2, 1 | end. ~If, therefore, all men had the same last end, they 459 2, 1 | individuals. Now although men agree in their specific 460 2, 1 | individuals. Therefore all men have not ~the same last 461 2, 1 | Trin. xiii, 3) that all men agree in ~desiring the last 462 2, 1 | aspect is realized, all men are not agreed as to their 463 2, 1 | in life are found among men by reason of ~the various 464 2, 1 | various things in which men seek to find their last 465 2, 1 | is happiness; which all men desire, as ~Augustine says ( 466 2, 2 | they receive honor ~from men by way of reward, "as from 467 2, 2 | or glory; because by this men attain to eternity after 468 2, 2 | the glory which is with ~men, but of the glory which 469 2, 2 | and first beginning. ~But men who are in power, seem, 470 2, 2 | But, more than aught else, men ~shun servitude, which is 471 2, 2 | both in good and in evil men. Secondly, because, ~since 472 2, 2 | well. But it is not so with men. Consequently it is not ~ 473 2, 2 | power: ~therefore is it that men naturally shun it; not because 474 2, 3 | Essence. On ~the other hand, men are happy, as Boethius says ( 475 2, 3 | and everlasting. But in men, according to their present 476 2, 3 | discussion, concludes: "We call men happy, but only as men." ~ 477 2, 3 | call men happy, but only as men." ~But God has promised 478 2, 3 | general, ~who moves all the men. But the first mover in 479 2, 3 | stated in Metaph. i, 1, "all men naturally desire ~to know"; 480 2, 3 | take part in the feasts of men, if we ~fail to take part 481 2, 3 | from the angels, by whom men are enlightened, as ~Dionysius 482 2, 4 | will, by ~reason of which men are said to be clean of 483 2, 4 | Follow peace with all ~men, and holiness; without which 484 2, 5 | angels ~something that makes men happy; and when he has attained 485 2, 5 | God, by enjoying Whom, men are made happy. But as to 486 2, 5 | happier than ~another. But men can participate in the Sovereign 487 2, 5 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Men esteem that there is some 488 2, 5 | life, not simply, but "as men," whose nature is subject 489 2, 5 | desire it not. ~Therefore all men do not desire Happiness.~ 490 2, 9 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Men's acts and choices are in 491 2, 9 | politic sovereignty," ~as free men are ruled by their governor, 492 2, 9 | that "such is the will ~of men, as is the day which the 493 2, 9 | day which the father of men and of gods bring on" ~[* 494 2, 9 | complexion. But the majority of men are led by the passions, ~ 495 2, 11 | that to enjoy belongs to men alone. For Augustine ~says ( 496 2, 11 | that "it is given to us men to enjoy and ~to use." Therefore 497 2, 12 | were ~only of the last end, men would not have different 498 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, men are chosen for certain posts, 499 2, 13 | sign of this is that ~when men in taking counsel together 500 2, 14 | opinion of wise and spiritual men are not certainly good in


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