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1 1, 1 | and the blessed. Hence, just ~as the musician accepts 2 1, 1 | known through creatures just as philosophers knew ~Him - " 3 1, 1 | another way, by knowledge, just as a man learned in moral 4 1, 2 | absolutely that God ~exists; just as to know that someone 5 1, 3 | of the Lord are upon the just" (Ps. 33:16); and "The ~ 6 1, 3 | where God says: "But My just man liveth by faith; ~but 7 1, 3 | existence. Thirdly, because, just as that which has fire, 8 1, 4 | must be most perfect. For just as ~matter, as such, is 9 1, 5 | sense is a sort of reason, just as is every cognitive ~faculty. 10 1, 6 | itself thus ~added is good, just as it is being. But for 11 1, 6 | separate idea of man. Now just as he laid down separate 12 1, 13 | communicable in opinion; just in the same ~way as this 13 1, 14 | regards intelligible objects, just as primary matter is to 14 1, 14 | perfection of the one existing: just as existence ~follows on 15 1, 14 | proximate contingent cause; just as the ~germination of a 16 1, 14 | or ~false. For it may be just as true that I said a man 17 1, 14 | in eternity above time. Just as he who goes along the 18 1, 14 | A[14] Body Para. 2/2~Now just as He knows material things 19 1, 14 | from the foregoing (A[4]), just as His substance is altogether 20 1, 15 | which the whole is ~made; just as a builder cannot conceive 21 1, 16 | of thought and thing. Now just as the intellect with regard 22 1, 16 | convertible terms. Hence just as ~being is not generated 23 1, 17 | the sensible form rightly; just as other passive subjects ~ 24 1, 17 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Just as a thing has being by 25 1, 17 | which is contrary to ~it, just as evil is not founded in 26 1, 18 | though in the abstract, just as the word "running" ~denotes " 27 1, 18 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, just as good things and things 28 1, 19 | intellectual being there is will, ~just as in every sensible being 29 1, 19 | Hence it may be said of a ~just judge, that antecedently 30 1, 19 | Thus it may be said that a just ~judge wills simply the 31 1, 19 | metaphorically called will in God; just as when ~anyone lays down 32 1, 20 | medium of the appetitive: and just as in ourselves the universal 33 1, 20 | more than ~upon ninety-nine just who need not penance" (Lk. 34 1, 20 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the just man who is foreknown is 35 1, 20 | needs of ~man were greater; just as the master of a house 36 1, 20 | whom no punishment was due; just as a hundred pounds ~[marcoe] 37 1, 21 | Ps. 10:8): "The Lord is just, and hath ~loved justice."~ 38 1, 21 | needs see that God is truly just, in seeing how He gives 39 1, 21 | which His will is right and just. Hence, what He does according 40 1, 21 | punish the wicked, it is just, since it agrees with ~their 41 1, 21 | spare the wicked, it is also just; ~since it befits Thy goodness."~ 42 1, 21 | the good is related to the just, as the general to the ~ 43 1, 21 | of the thing to the mind; just as the work of an artist ~ 44 1, 21 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, many just persons are afflicted in 45 1, 21 | in the punishment of the just in ~this world, since by 46 1, 22 | arguments to which we have just replied, that ~some were 47 1, 22 | His providence over the just in a ~certain more excellent 48 1, 23 | Predestination applies to angels, just as it does to men, ~although 49 1, 23 | person can give more or less, just as he ~pleases (provided 50 1, 23 | stones, but accepts and uses just so many as are ~sufficient 51 1, 23 | divine providence produces just so many as are sufficient 52 1, 24 | among the rewards of the just, according to the text, " 53 1, 25 | power which is not in the just ~will nor in the wise intellect. 54 1, 25 | which cannot also be in His just will or in ~His wise intellect. 55 1, 25 | execution ~the command of a just will, God is said to be 56 1, 25 | befitting to Himself, and just. But ~these words "befitting" 57 1, 25 | these words "befitting" and "just" may be understood in two 58 1, 25 | what is now fitting and just. If, however, they be joined 59 1, 25 | would be suitable and ~just."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 60 1, 25 | anything better than these; just ~as there cannot be anything 61 1, 28 | Likewise, although paternity, just ~as filiation, is really 62 1, 29 | this word "person" was used just as any other absolute term. 63 1, 33 | sense it is a relative term; just as negation is reduced to 64 1, 36 | ignorance or obstinacy. For a just consideration of the truth ~ 65 1, 37 | love" and "dilection": just as if ~we were to call the 66 1, 37 | than "to spirate love"; just as to speak is to produce 67 1, 39 | had to do away with them, just because some do not ~think 68 1, 39 | adheres to a subject. Now just as substance has existence 69 1, 39 | in ~Him Who possesses it, just as the name "man" signifies 70 1, 39 | which we find it first: just as in this lower world we 71 1, 40 | someone" or a hypostasis; just as it does not follow ~that 72 1, 41 | will to beget was wanting; just as we ourselves suffer many ~ 73 1, 41 | thing generated therefrom just as we ~say, "The man is 74 1, 41 | principle by ~creation: just as one person is distinct 75 1, 41 | form ~by which it acts; just as man begotten is like 76 1, 41 | generation indirectly: just as if I were to say, the ~" 77 1, 41 | subsistent filiation in God: just as there could be but one ~ 78 1, 41 | has the "power to ~beget." Just as, although Father and 79 1, 42 | greatness of spiritual ~things, just as we speak of great heat 80 1, 42 | participate in that form equally, just as the air may ~be said 81 1, 42 | than the Son's. Wherefore, just as the ~Son has the greatness 82 1, 43 | with some qualifying term; just as we read of certain ~ones 83 1, 43 | dwells in us by grace, just as the Son and the Holy 84 1, 44 | being and of every ~truth; just as whatever is the greatest 85 1, 44 | be ~without being caused, just as man cannot be without 86 1, 45 | His intellect and will, ~just as the craftsman is cause 87 1, 46 | particular agent presupposes time just as it presupposes matter. ~ 88 1, 47 | unequal ~things. But God is just in all His works. Since, 89 1, 48 | joined to the undue end; just as we do not find the privation 90 1, 48 | diminution of quantity, said that just as the continuous is ~infinitely 91 1, 49 | regards what it has of defect; just as whatever ~there is of 92 1, 49 | is the sinner against a just man." ~Therefore there are 93 1, 50 | angels to be of ~one species; just as it would be impossible 94 1, 51 | be seen commonly by all; just as the ~angels who appeared 95 1, 51 | common with other operations; just as speech, which is the 96 1, 51 | angels may be made ~manifest; just as by the eye the power 97 1, 51 | and afterwards of a man; ~just as they take the seed of 98 1, 53 | according to virtual contact; just as a divisible place is 99 1, 53 | apply himself to a place just as he wills, either through 100 1, 53 | medium between the terms, just as ~there is no medium between 101 1, 53 | in the term "wherefrom," just as in ~illumination, and 102 1, 53 | of a continuous movement: just as generation is the term ~ 103 1, 54 | the ~actuality of a power; just as existence is the actuality 104 1, 54 | intelligence can be but one; just as an abstract thing that 105 1, 54 | 17) ~that, "in the soul, just as in every nature, there 106 1, 55 | type and ~likeness of many. Just as in man, there is a universal 107 1, 56 | be united with the agent; just as the sensible object must 108 1, 57 | species are connatural to him; just as our intellect has, by ~ 109 1, 57 | all know them equally; but just as God wills them to learn 110 1, 58 | an intelligible species; just at the body is formed by 111 1, 58 | know all ~things at once: just as in heaven "our thoughts 112 1, 58 | division of ~enunciations, just as he apprehends the reasoning 113 1, 58 | regards what a thing is, just as the sense ~regarding 114 1, 58 | The sciences are divided just as things are." But there 115 1, 58 | of the faithful and the just is called light in ~comparison 116 1, 58 | imperfect is ~done away: just as faith, which is of the 117 1, 58 | the other less ~perfect; just as we can have a demonstrative 118 1, 59 | and made to act by others; just as the ~arrow is directed 119 1, 59 | therefore manifest ~that just as there is intellect, so 120 1, 59 | under that common idea. Just ~as if the proper object 121 1, 60 | so that he loves himself; just as knowledge is reflected 122 1, 62 | degrees of grace and glory; just as when, for example, the ~ 123 1, 62 | means to an end is disposed just ~as the intellect is to 124 1, 63 | concerned with the spirit, ~just as carnal sins are with 125 1, 63 | grade of a higher nature; ~just as an ass does not desire 126 1, 63 | which it drew its nature; just as upward movement in fire ~ 127 1, 63 | a ~defective operation; just as the leg, which is defective 128 1, 63 | some fell of every order; just as ~men are taken up into 129 1, 64 | whom they have led astray; ~just as some of the good angels 130 1, 65 | the ~unequal. Now God is just: therefore inequality not 131 1, 65 | at first instituted. For just as an ~architect, without 132 1, 66 | ii. in Hexaem.] says: "Just as the lost are driven into 133 1, 66 | beyond ~this world, where the just shall obtain the abode of 134 1, 66 | though itself motionless, just as ~angels of the highest 135 1, 67 | its own ~proper matter: just as fire in aerial matter 136 1, 68 | called the firmament heaven"; just as in a preceding verse 137 1, 68 | the ~elemental waters, but just as, according to Strabus, 138 1, 68 | always used in the plural, just as in Latin there are many 139 1, 69 | completely to cover the ~earth, just as the air completely surrounds 140 1, 69 | was produced from like; just as now happens in the natural 141 1, 70 | those that ~are extrinsic, just as the perfection of a man 142 1, 70 | clothing or such like. Now just as ~distinction of certain 143 1, 70 | that active principle; just as we say that voluntary 144 1, 75 | animals; and, as we have just shown ~(A[2]), the soul 145 1, 75 | that they are subsistent; just as the human ~intellectual 146 1, 75 | maintaining that ~sensing, just as understanding, belongs 147 1, 75 | only know the individual: just as it ~happens with the 148 1, 75 | corruption belong to a ~thing, just as existence belongs to 149 1, 77 | operation proper ~to the soul, just as understanding is. Now 150 1, 37 | love" and "dilection": just as if ~we were to call the 151 1, 37 | than "to spirate love"; just as to speak is to produce 152 1, 39 | had to do away with them, just because some do not think 153 1, 39 | adheres to a subject. Now just as substance has existence 154 1, 39 | in ~Him Who possesses it, just as the name "man" signifies 155 1, 39 | which we find it first: just as in this lower world we 156 1, 40 | someone" or a hypostasis; just as it does not follow ~that 157 1, 41 | will to beget was wanting; just as we ourselves suffer many ~ 158 1, 41 | thing generated therefrom just as we ~say, "The man is 159 1, 41 | principle by ~creation: just as one person is distinct 160 1, 41 | form ~by which it acts; just as man begotten is like 161 1, 41 | generation indirectly: just as if I were to say, the ~" 162 1, 41 | subsistent filiation in God: just as there could be but one ~ 163 1, 41 | has the "power to ~beget." Just as, although Father and 164 1, 42 | greatness of spiritual ~things, just as we speak of great heat 165 1, 42 | participate in that form equally, just as the air may ~be said 166 1, 42 | than the Son's. Wherefore, just as the ~Son has the greatness 167 1, 43 | with some qualifying term; just as we read of certain ~ones 168 1, 43 | dwells in us by grace, just as the Son and the Holy 169 1, 45 | being and of every ~truth; just as whatever is the greatest 170 1, 45 | be ~without being caused, just as man cannot be without 171 1, 46 | His intellect and will, ~just as the craftsman is cause 172 1, 47 | particular agent presupposes time just as it presupposes matter. ~ 173 1, 48 | unequal ~things. But God is just in all His works. Since, 174 1, 49 | joined to the undue end; just as we do not find the privation 175 1, 49 | diminution of quantity, said that just as the continuous is ~infinitely 176 1, 50 | regards what it has of defect; just as whatever ~there is of 177 1, 50 | is the sinner against a just man." ~Therefore there are 178 1, 51 | angels to be of ~one species; just as it would be impossible 179 1, 52 | be seen commonly by all; just as the ~angels who appeared 180 1, 52 | common with other operations; just as speech, which is the 181 1, 52 | angels may be made ~manifest; just as by the eye the power 182 1, 52 | and afterwards of a man; ~just as they take the seed of 183 1, 54 | according to virtual contact; just as a divisible place is 184 1, 54 | apply himself to a place just as he wills, either through 185 1, 54 | medium between the terms, just as ~there is no medium between 186 1, 54 | in the term "wherefrom," just as in ~illumination, and 187 1, 54 | of a continuous movement: just as generation is the term ~ 188 1, 55 | the ~actuality of a power; just as existence is the actuality 189 1, 55 | intelligence can be but one; just as an abstract thing that 190 1, 55 | 17) ~that, "in the soul, just as in every nature, there 191 1, 56 | type and ~likeness of many. Just as in man, there is a universal 192 1, 57 | be united with the agent; just as the sensible object must 193 1, 58 | species are connatural to him; just as our intellect has, by ~ 194 1, 58 | all know them equally; but just as God wills them to learn 195 1, 59 | an intelligible species; just at the body is formed by 196 1, 59 | know all ~things at once: just as in heaven "our thoughts 197 1, 59 | division of ~enunciations, just as he apprehends the reasoning 198 1, 59 | regards what a thing is, just as the sense ~regarding 199 1, 59 | The sciences are divided just as things are." But there 200 1, 59 | of the faithful and the just is called light in ~comparison 201 1, 59 | imperfect is ~done away: just as faith, which is of the 202 1, 59 | the other less ~perfect; just as we can have a demonstrative 203 1, 60 | and made to act by others; just as the ~arrow is directed 204 1, 60 | therefore manifest ~that just as there is intellect, so 205 1, 60 | under that common idea. Just ~as if the proper object 206 1, 61 | so that he loves himself; just as knowledge is reflected 207 1, 63 | degrees of grace and glory; just as when, for example, the ~ 208 1, 63 | means to an end is disposed just ~as the intellect is to 209 1, 64 | concerned with the spirit, ~just as carnal sins are with 210 1, 64 | grade of a higher nature; ~just as an ass does not desire 211 1, 64 | which it drew its nature; just as upward movement in fire ~ 212 1, 64 | a ~defective operation; just as the leg, which is defective 213 1, 64 | some fell of every order; just as ~men are taken up into 214 1, 65 | whom they have led astray; ~just as some of the good angels 215 1, 66 | the ~unequal. Now God is just: therefore inequality not 216 1, 66 | at first instituted. For just as an ~architect, without 217 1, 67 | ii. in Hexaem.] says: "Just as the lost are driven into 218 1, 67 | beyond ~this world, where the just shall obtain the abode of 219 1, 67 | though itself motionless, just as ~angels of the highest 220 1, 68 | its own ~proper matter: just as fire in aerial matter 221 1, 69 | called the firmament heaven"; just as in a preceding verse 222 1, 69 | the ~elemental waters, but just as, according to Strabus, 223 1, 69 | always used in the plural, just as in Latin there are many 224 1, 70 | completely to cover the ~earth, just as the air completely surrounds 225 1, 70 | was produced from like; just as now happens in the natural 226 1, 71 | those that ~are extrinsic, just as the perfection of a man 227 1, 71 | clothing or such like. Now just as ~distinction of certain 228 1, 71 | that active principle; just as we say that voluntary 229 1, 74 | animals; and, as we have just shown ~(A[2]), the soul 230 1, 74 | that they are subsistent; just as the human ~intellectual 231 1, 74 | maintaining that ~sensing, just as understanding, belongs 232 1, 74 | only know the individual: just as it ~happens with the 233 1, 74 | corruption belong to a ~thing, just as existence belongs to 234 1, 76 | operation proper ~to the soul, just as understanding is. Now 235 1, 77 | genus is, however, ~unnamed, just as the proximate genus of 236 1, 77 | uses, or ~disadvantages: just as the sheep runs away when 237 1, 77 | individual ~intentions, just as the intellectual reason 238 1, 78 | things actually intelligible. Just as in ~other perfect natural 239 1, 78 | differences of that object: just as the power ~of sight, 240 1, 78 | intellects are ~different powers; just as in all things the active 241 1, 78 | practical intellect knows truth, just as the ~speculative, but 242 1, 78 | synderesis' is a power just as ~sensuality is. ~Aquin.: 243 1, 80 | De Trin. xii, 12, 13), just as the ~name of a power 244 1, 80 | we neither hear nor see just when we ~wish. Therefore, 245 1, 81 | of the will. Therefore, just as it is impossible for 246 1, 81 | necessity adheres to God, just as now we ~desire of necessity 247 1, 81 | its act, and its object, just as ~it understands other 248 1, 81 | from a concupiscible power: just as neither on the part of 249 1, 82 | natural and ~voluntary. And just as by moving natural causes 250 1, 82 | account of the ~principles: just as, in appetitive matters, 251 1, 83 | gives part of its substance, just as a subject is ~given in 252 1, 83 | this or that image; but just as we say that a body is 253 1, 83 | same degree of perfection: just as the lower grades of bodies, ~ 254 1, 83 | effect of existence: so that, just as corporeal matter by ~ 255 1, 83 | idea ~in the participator, just as a model is participated 256 1, 83 | participated by a copy. So just ~as he held that the sensible 257 1, 83 | knows all things: so that just as corporeal ~matter by 258 1, 84 | knowledge of immaterial things, just as, ~on the contrary, angels 259 1, 84 | on the phantasm, because, just ~as the sensitive part acquires 260 1, 84 | genus and ~diverse species, just as it is impossible for 261 1, 84 | difference or ~comparison; just, as we have said above ( 262 1, 84 | power of understanding: just as a man may ~see a thing 263 1, 85 | with scientific ~certitude, just as the astronomer foresees 264 1, 86 | of intelligible beings, just as primary matter is a ~ 265 1, 86 | be understood by one act; just ~as a thing and its perfection 266 1, 86 | on the form understood; just as the ~natural appetite 267 1, 87 | understand immaterial substances; just as ~when we see colors set 268 1, 88 | belongs to its very nature, just as the ~nature of a light 269 1, 88 | body and soul as united, just as sensation is, for he 270 1, 88 | mode. For example, to do just things, ~but not justly, 271 1, 88 | ignorant of their state; just as we care for the dead 272 1, 91 | principle of the human race; just as the semen ~belongs to 273 1, 92 | the second only in the just, the third only in the blessed.~ 274 1, 92 | mental) word of the maker, just as the shape of a house 275 1, 92 | and beautiful," as ~in the just; as Augustine says (De Trin. 276 1, 92 | adapted to ~each single thing, just as the good and the true. 277 1, 93 | to a supernatural end: ~just as it is necessary for us 278 1, 93 | the size of what he saw, just ~as he is deceived now.~ 279 1, 94 | disputed ~that Adam, like other just souls, was in some degree 280 1, 95 | observed by nature; for just as in the ~generation of 281 1, 95 | hunting of wild animals is just and natural, because man 282 1, 95 | De Civ. ~Dei xix, 14): "Just men command not by the love 283 1, 97 | explained (Q[97], A[3]), ~just as it is natural to other 284 1, 97 | does in the menses. And just as in ~giving birth the 285 1, 101 | unoccupied by ~man after sin, just as immortality was not conferred 286 1, 102 | is ruled by the good and just ~spirit of life; and this 287 1, 103 | need to be kept in being; just as ~that which cannot depart, 288 1, 103 | nature of these ~materials, just as its "becoming" depends 289 1, 103 | influence of the Divine action; just as light results from the ~ 290 1, 103 | are called preservatives; just as salt preserves meat from ~ 291 1, 103 | cause on which ~it depends; just as no effect can be its 292 1, 103 | we have said. ~Therefore, just as before things existed, 293 1, 104 | likeness of species. Therefore ~just as the composite generator 294 1, 104 | is the ~universal good; just as the object of the intellect 295 1, 104 | ultimate end ~is proportionate; just as in human affairs to him 296 1, 104 | and powers to operation, just ~as the workman applies 297 1, 104 | forms and powers of things; just as the sun is said to be ~ 298 1, 105 | intellectual power; for ~just as the power of an imperfect 299 1, 105 | creature the power to will: just as that agent alone can ~ 300 1, 106 | the intelligible object just as sense is affected by 301 1, 107 | by some gift ~of grace, just as they agree also in the 302 1, 108 | the rational, pious, and just ~spirit of life"; and Gregory 303 1, 112 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as the foreknown, the infidels, 304 1, 112 | some time before birth, ~just as well as after. But it 305 1, 112 | is still part ~of her: just as the fruit while hanging 306 1, 112 | Therefore they grieve for the just man who falls into sin.~ 307 1, 112 | there is perfect charity and just authority there ~can be 308 1, 113 | do so according to God's just judgments. ~But sometimes 309 1, 113 | Secondly, from without: for just as he can from the ~air 310 1, 113 | devil does not tempt man for just as long as he likes, but 311 1, 114 | surrounds ~it and penetrates it: just as a cloud hinders the air 312 1, 114 | is a pure ~potentiality, just as God is pure act. Now 313 1, 114 | are also causal virtues, just as ~seed is a kind of cause: 314 1, 114 | instinct to his actions, just as other animals, in which 315 1, 114 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as the multiformity of corporeal 316 1, 115 | found a ~treasure." And just as an intellect can apprehend 317 1, 115 | has the nature of a cause, just as much as the second ~causes 318 1, 116 | knowledge is an active quality ~just as heat is.~Aquin.: SMT 319 1, 116 | work imitates ~nature for just as nature heals a man by 320 1, 116 | physician who heals: but just as the interior nature is 321 1, 116 | is directed in teaching, just as art is the principle 322 1, 117 | soul of the generator, just as the instrument derives 323 1, 117 | constitutes another species, ~just as the addition of unity 324 1, 118 | of the "radical humor"; just as lead or tin is ~mixed 325 1, 118 | what is lost. Wherefore just as ~that which was there 326 1, 118 | For he says there, that "just ~as in things which have 327 1, 118 | the body so nourished, just as water is mixed with wine, 328 2, 1 | of the will is ~the end, just as the object of sight is 329 2, 1 | sight is color: wherefore just as the ~first visible cannot 330 2, 1 | the nature of an ~end. And just as this determination is 331 2, 1 | or terminus; and thus it just this ~that is essential 332 2, 1 | second reason is because, just as in the process of reasoning, 333 2, 1 | which is common to them all: just as ~natural things are placed 334 2, 1 | that individual. Therefore, just as of all men there is naturally 335 2, 2 | foolish but from the wise: just as it is for a person whose ~ 336 2, 2 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as it is a very good thing 337 2, 2 | scope of its power. Now just as the causality of the 338 2, 2 | the appetite. Therefore, just as the First Cause ~is that 339 2, 2 | viz. to navigation. Now just as the ship is ~entrusted 340 2, 2 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Just as the body is ordained 341 2, 2 | are signified by "riches," just as the good of the soul 342 2, 2 | tied ~down to the body: just as immaterial things are 343 2, 2 | rests there. Consequently just as good is desired for itself, ~ 344 2, 2 | is the ~universal good; just as the object of the intellect 345 2, 3 | iii), by ~participation; just as they are called "gods," 346 2, 3 | be potentially operating, just as he who knows is potentially ~ 347 2, 3 | first object is not its act: just as neither is ~the first 348 2, 3 | an act of the intellect; just as we first attain a ~sensible 349 2, 3 | inclination of the ~will: just as a movement is reduced 350 2, 3 | speculative sciences. However, just as in sensible forms ~there 351 2, 3 | united to a higher nature; ~just as the final perfection 352 2, 4 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as hope and love pertain 353 2, 4 | compared to matter. ~Wherefore, just as matter cannot receive 354 2, 4 | in subordination to God; just as ~the will of him who 355 2, 4 | antecedently for happiness, just as the arrow must take a 356 2, 4 | separated from the body, just as ~neither has a part, 357 2, 4 | the whole ~is destroyed, just as the parts of an animal, 358 2, 4 | have another actual being, just as a ~part of a line has 359 2, 5 | cannot attain happiness. For just as the ~rational is above 360 2, 5 | the evil of the intellect, just as the true ~is its good, 361 2, 5 | be enforced ~by God, the just Judge, except for some fault; 362 2, 5 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Just as nature does not fail 363 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just as God is the immediate 364 2, 5 | for obtaining the ~end, just as the right disposition 365 2, 5 | time attaining the end; just as sometimes He disposes ~ 366 2, 5 | the intellect or ~reason; just as it happens that where 367 2, 6 | as the First Mover. And just as it is not incompatible ~ 368 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just as one is said to wish by 369 2, 6 | and not to will. Therefore just as to act and to will are 370 2, 6 | I-do-not-wish." Consequently just ~as when I say "I do not 371 2, 6 | wish and to act. And then, just as not to wish, and not ~ 372 2, 6 | principle of knowledge: just as ~the natural appetite 373 2, 6 | compulsion and violence: ~just as it is also contrary to 374 2, 6 | principle. And for this reason, just as in things ~devoid of 375 2, 6 | involuntariness simply. For just ~as violence regards that 376 2, 6 | causes involuntariness. For just ~as fear is a passion, so 377 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just as the timid man through 378 2, 6 | this to be done, but it just happens that a ~thing is 379 2, 7 | virtuous and vicious acts, just as ~the moralist does; and 380 2, 8 | apprehended ~form. Therefore, just as the natural appetite 381 2, 8 | as "nolition": wherefore, just as volition is of good, 382 2, 8 | reason for willing the means, just as ~light is the reason 383 2, 8 | the terminus. Wherefore just as natural movement ~sometimes 384 2, 8 | comes to ~will the means; just as the intellect arrives 385 2, 9 | concerned ~with the means; just as the "art of sailing commands 386 2, 9 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as the imagination of a 387 2, 9 | the intellectual appetite; just as ~sense is less excellent 388 2, 9 | an intrinsic principle, just as it is ~essential to the 389 2, 9 | influence of heavenly bodies, just as by reason of his ~natural 390 2, 10 | the will, to some extent: just as what belongs to a previous ~ 391 2, 10 | naturally which is the good; just as to ~the intellect there 392 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just as the will is an immaterial 393 2, 10 | it would not see it. Now ~just as the actually colored 394 2, 10 | by one who wills the end: just as he who assents ~to the 395 2, 10 | become furious or ~insane, just as they may from some other 396 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, just as the sensitive appetite 397 2, 11 | all nature by its command, just as in things endowed with 398 2, 11 | of this last end. And so, just as God is ~not one end, 399 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, just as intention regards the 400 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just as intention is of the end, 401 2, 13 | combination of the two. For ~just as we say that an animal 402 2, 13 | without making any choice. Just as ~fire is moved upwards 403 2, 13 | things moved by nature, just as in things moved by reason, 404 2, 13 | one thing to another. But ~just as there can be preference 405 2, 13 | Therefore choice can be of ends, just as it can be of means.~Aquin.: 406 2, 13 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~But just as in speculative knowledge 407 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Just as intention regards the 408 2, 13 | is apprehended. And ~so, just as sometimes the will tends 409 2, 14 | the means). And therefore, just as the Philosopher ~says ( 410 2, 14 | ordained to something else; just as also what is the ~principle 411 2, 14 | different ways, doubt may arise, just as when it can be accomplished 412 2, 14 | able to do at once. For just as the end is considered 413 2, 15 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, just as assent is an application 414 2, 15 | intemperate man is his end, just as the ~act of the virtuous 415 2, 15 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Just as the knowledge of conclusions 416 2, 15 | action, and perfects it, just as ~beauty perfects youth" [* 417 2, 15 | belongs to the lower reason, just as to the lower reason it ~ 418 2, 16 | to rest in ~the last end; just as, speaking in a general 419 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just as to be commanded belongs 420 2, 17 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as act ranks before power, 421 2, 17 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as the act of the will in 422 2, 17 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Now just as in the genus of natural 423 2, 17 | commanded act are one human act, just as a whole is one, yet in 424 2, 17 | the act of the will: for just as ~it can judge it to be 425 2, 17 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as each of the members of 426 2, 17 | reason reacts on itself, just as it directs the ~acts 427 2, 17 | Reason commands itself, just as the will moves itself, 428 2, 17 | reason, which is ~universal; just as a particular active power 429 2, 17 | Nat. Hom. xxii) says that, just as the ~movement of generation 430 2, 18 | a thing its species. And just as a natural thing ~has 431 2, 18 | its term. And therefore just as the primary ~goodness 432 2, 18 | what is one's own." And just as, in natural ~things, 433 2, 18 | here standing for ~species, just as we apply the term "mankind" 434 2, 18 | on which it depends. Now just as the being of a ~thing 435 2, 18 | brought to bear. ~Therefore just as the external action takes 436 2, 18 | rectitude or the motive of ~just necessity or pious utility." 437 2, 18 | does not lack the motive of just necessity or pious ~utility, 438 2, 18 | its accidents, as it were; just as ~something belongs to 439 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Just as the species of natural 440 2, 18 | new species of goodness: just as every unity added to 441 2, 19 | from which men wish for just things": and accordingly, 442 2, 19 | themselves regard the will; just as truth ~and falsehood 443 2, 19 | abides by erring ~reason. For just as the will, when at variance 444 2, 19 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as in syllogistic arguments, 445 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, just as good and evil diversify 446 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just as our wills arise from 447 2, 19 | death, ~because this is just: while the will of another - 448 2, 20 | that all may understand how just He is. But good or ~evil 449 2, 20 | simply involuntary. Now just as the ~involuntary deserves 450 2, 20 | action is his master's, just as the action of a ~tool 451 2, 21 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just as sin occurs in moral actions, 452 2, 21 | a good or a bad thing, ~just as he lists. Therefore it 453 2, 21 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Just as evil is more comprehensive 454 2, 21 | Is. 3:10,11): "Say to the just man that ~it is well; for 455 2, 21 | far as man is said to be just to himself.~Aquin.: SMT 456 2, 21 | his actions well or ill: just as if ~he were to dispense 457 2, 22 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, just as the sensitive appetite 458 2, 22 | intellectual ~appetite, just as it is also in the sensitive 459 2, 23 | passions or actions. For just as in the physical order, 460 2, 23 | according to their objects; just as ~movements differ according 461 2, 23 | apprehension of evil: since just as "good is what all desire" ( 462 2, 24 | should be ~shunned; for, just as a body, though it be 463 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, just as moral evil depends on 464 2, 24 | Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly just as it is better that man 465 2, 25 | the concupiscible faculty; just as the object of the irascible 466 2, 25 | contrary to the arduous, just as the ~formal object of 467 2, 25 | enjoyment is, in a way, the end, just as the good itself is, as 468 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, just as daring is caused by hope, 469 2, 26 | the sensitive appetite, ~just as intellectual love is 470 2, 26 | for something else. For just as ~that which has existence, 471 2, 27 | of some particular love: just as one good is the ~cause 472 2, 28 | he ~wills good to him, just as he wills good to himself: 473 2, 28 | contents in different ways: just as a genus ~is contained 474 2, 28 | of ~love. Consequently, just as the reason divides, so 475 2, 28 | change being excessive: just as ~it happens in the senses, 476 2, 29 | appetite, it is evident, that just as each ~thing is naturally 477 2, 29 | repugnant and hurtful. Now, just as whatever is suitable, ~ 478 2, 29 | of evil. And therefore, just as good is the object of ~ 479 2, 29 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as a thing may be apprehended 480 2, 30 | but considered as absent: just as the sensible, considered 481 2, 30 | goes ~by the name of fear, just as hope is sometimes called 482 2, 30 | or infinite drink. But just as in nature there is ~potential 483 2, 30 | and ~so on to infinity; just as, if a white thing of 484 2, 31 | this, we must observe that just as in natural ~things some 485 2, 31 | does not cease, ~since, just as before it desired that 486 2, 31 | For we must observe that, just as some concupiscences are ~ 487 2, 31 | to the animal appetite, just as the place of ~violent 488 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, just as hope agrees with pleasure 489 2, 32 | with us, causes pleasure; just at it causes love, as stated ~ 490 2, 33 | reason. Because, as we have just ~observed, we attend much 491 2, 34 | stated above (Q[18], A[5]): ~just as in the order of nature, 492 2, 34 | disagrees. Accordingly, just as ~in the natural order 493 2, 34 | the appetite in good. But, just as it ~happens that not 494 2, 35 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Just as two things are requisite 495 2, 35 | called a passion of the soul: just as bodily ailments ~are 496 2, 35 | apprehension, is called sorrow. And just as that pleasure which ~ 497 2, 35 | all pleasure. ~Because, just as whiteness and blackness 498 2, 35 | harmful ~and sorrowful, just as to contemplate something 499 2, 35 | that "the brave and ~the just are chiefly praised." Therefore 500 2, 35 | is ~all evil." Therefore, just as the wickedness of a woman


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