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1 1, 1 | philosophical science, ~so far as they can be known by 2 1, 1 | us ~by another science so far as they fall within revelation. 3 1, 1 | and of creatures only so far as they are ~referable to 4 1, 1 | one aspect precisely so far as ~they can be included 5 1, 1 | formal aspect, namely, so far as they can be known through ~ 6 1, 1 | of ~this science, in so far as it is practical, is eternal 7 1, 1 | highest cause - not only so far ~as He can be known through 8 1, 1 | Rm. 1:19) - but ~also as far as He is known to Himself 9 1, 1 | in this science, but so ~far as they have reference to 10 1, 1 | Hier. ~i); and its truth so far remains that it does not 11 1, 1 | ought to ~do. Therefore, so far as the things of the Old 12 1, 1 | the allegorical sense; so far as the things done in ~Christ, 13 1, 1 | things done in ~Christ, or so far as the things which signify 14 1, 1 | the moral sense. But so far as they signify what ~relates 15 1, 2 | existence of God, in so far as it is not self-evident 16 1, 3 | perfectly, but only ~as far as they are able; and the 17 1, 4 | because everything in so far as it is perfect is called ~ 18 1, 4 | has actuality except so far as it exists. Hence existence 19 1, 4 | are perfect, precisely so far as ~they have being after 20 1, 4 | agent reproduces itself so ~far as it is an agent, and everything 21 1, 4 | all created things, ~so far as they are beings, are 22 1, 4 | as ~they imitate Him, as far as He, Who is not perfectly 23 1, 5 | is desirable only in so far as it is perfect; for all ~ 24 1, 5 | everything is perfect so far as it is ~actual. Therefore 25 1, 5 | that a thing is perfect so far as it ~exists; for it is 26 1, 5 | to have (although, in so far as it is at all ~actual, 27 1, 5 | good relatively (i.e. in so far as it has being) but viewed 28 1, 5 | 2: Goodness is a form so far as absolute goodness signifies ~ 29 1, 5 | non-existing things, not so ~far as it can be predicated 30 1, 5 | predicated of them, but so far as it can cause ~them - 31 1, 5 | be ~desirable, except so far as this evil deprives a 32 1, 5 | like, are desirable only so far as ~they are actual. Hence, 33 1, 5 | formally as being, but ~only so far as it lacks being. Thus 34 1, 5 | will is said to be good, so far as he has a ~good will; 35 1, 5 | Everything is said to be good so far as it is perfect; ~for in 36 1, 5 | for ~everything, in so far as it is in act, acts and 37 1, 5 | essence of goodness, so far as it consists in perfection, ~ 38 1, 5 | only follow upon being, so far as it is ~perfect, and according 39 1, 5 | not goodness, except so far as it is ~pleasing and virtuous. 40 1, 5 | For everything is good so far as it is desirable, and 41 1, 5 | called a term of movement, so far as it terminates any part 42 1, 5 | Reply OBJ 1: Goodness, so far as it is identical with 43 1, 6 | certain assimilation which is far removed and defective; as 44 1, 8 | extend to things which are far removed from Him; nor is 45 1, 9 | clear that they vary in so far as ~they are; for they are 46 1, 10 | a permanent being, in so far ~as anything recedes from 47 1, 11 | constituted multitude so far as ~they are undivided, 48 1, 11 | opposed to multitude; but so ~far as they have being, as also 49 1, 12 | since a thing is ~perfect so far as it attains to its principle. 50 1, 12 | creature could not reach so ~far as to the first cause of 51 1, 12 | known which is known so far as it can be ~known. Thus, 52 1, 12 | each thing is known in so far as its likeness is in the ~ 53 1, 12 | natural knowledge can go as far as it can be led by sensible 54 1, 12 | cannot be led by sense so far as to see the essence of 55 1, 12 | can be led ~from them so far as to know of God "whether 56 1, 12 | relationship with creatures so far as to be the ~cause of them 57 1, 12 | who is believed. Thus as far as faith falls short of ~ 58 1, 13 | name to anything in as far as we can understand it. 59 1, 13 | can ~only describe Him as far as we understand Him. Thus, 60 1, 13 | are applicable to God, so far can ~He be signified by 61 1, 13 | these names express God, so far as our intellects know Him. 62 1, 13 | creatures, it knows Him as far as ~creatures represent 63 1, 13 | Him, and ~is like Him so far as it possesses some perfection; 64 1, 13 | itself of things, in so far as life pre-exists in Him, 65 1, 13 | is called healthy in so far as it is the sign ~of the 66 1, 13 | but indirectly, ~in so far as they presuppose the divine 67 1, 13 | said of God temporarily so far ~as they imply a habitude 68 1, 13 | is a name of operation so far as ~relates to the source 69 1, 13 | suppositum." Hence, so far as concerns images, the 70 1, 13 | principal name of God in so far as ~He is a cause, but not 71 1, 14 | removed from each of them, so far as they enter into divine 72 1, 14 | understands Himself ~only so far perchance as He understands 73 1, 14 | intelligible objects only so far as it is perfected by the 74 1, 14 | potentiality, but in so far as it is in actuality, as 75 1, 14 | and all things else in so far as ~they are hot; so God, 76 1, 14 | and all other things in so far as they are ~beings.~Aquin.: 77 1, 14 | knowledge; not only in so far as being is common to them, 78 1, 14 | common to them, but in so far ~as one is distinguished 79 1, 14 | of any other being, and far more, God can know ~in Himself 80 1, 14 | principle of action in so far as it resides in the one ~ 81 1, 14 | the cause of things, in so far as His will is joined to 82 1, 14 | are ~not actual. And in so far it can be said that He has 83 1, 14 | not actual are true in so far as they ~are in potentiality; 84 1, 14 | being everything is, in so far as it ~participates in the 85 1, 14 | everything is hot in so far as it ~participates in heat. 86 1, 14 | of singular things in so far as they are ~singular, does 87 1, 14 | would not know him in so far as he is this ~particular 88 1, 14 | His knowledge extends as ~far as His causality extends. 89 1, 14 | to God, yet, even in so far as it has being in this 90 1, 14 | first, in itself, in so far as it is now in act: ~and 91 1, 14 | attributed to it in so ~far as it stands under actual 92 1, 14 | relations to ~creatures in so far as they are in themselves. 93 1, 14 | relation to creatures in so far as they are in God; because ~ 94 1, 14 | only accidentally in ~so far as it is human.~Aquin.: 95 1, 14 | if they are known in so ~far as they are operable. Therefore, 96 1, 14 | such, and not only in so far as they are speculative. 97 1, 15 | the form, ~except in so far as the likeness of the form 98 1, 15 | to the divine essence. So far, therefore, as God knows 99 1, 15 | not called an idea in so far as it is ~that essence, 100 1, 15 | essence, but only in so far as it is the likeness or 101 1, 15 | exists in the mind of God. So far as the idea is the ~principle 102 1, 15 | practical knowledge. But so far as it is a principle of ~ 103 1, 15 | their proper type, ~in so far as they are known by Him 104 1, 15 | idea in God, neither in so far ~as an idea is an "exemplar" 105 1, 15 | is no idea in God in so far as idea signifies an "exemplar" ~ 106 1, 15 | exemplar" ~but only in so far as it denotes a "type."~ 107 1, 15 | idea of species, in ~so far as idea denotes an "exemplar"; 108 1, 16 | will be true except in so far as ~it is understood. But 109 1, 16 | good exists in a thing so far as that thing is ~related 110 1, 16 | thing to the appetite, in so far as the appetite is called ~ 111 1, 16 | in the intellect in so ~far as it is conformed to the 112 1, 16 | is said to be true in so far as it has some relation ~ 113 1, 16 | true ~absolutely, in so far as it is related to the 114 1, 16 | are ~said to be true so far as they are the signs of 115 1, 16 | are said to be true in so far as they ~express the likeness 116 1, 16 | the ~truth of things in so far as they are related to the 117 1, 16 | nature, the intellect, in so far as it is knowing, ~must 118 1, 16 | knowing, ~must be true, so far as it has the likeness of 119 1, 16 | knowledge. Now everything, in as far as it has being, so far ~ 120 1, 16 | far as it has being, so far ~is it knowable. Wherefore 121 1, 16 | yet it is known in so far as the intellect renders 122 1, 16 | good follows being in so far as being is in some way ~ 123 1, 16 | is prior logically in so far as it is prior to the ~intellect. 124 1, 16 | truth; unless perhaps in so far as truth is ~appropriated 125 1, 16 | is called ~healthy, in so far as it is the cause of health, 126 1, 16 | is called ~healthy, in so far as it indicates health. 127 1, 16 | a certain degree, ~in so far as it is its perfection; 128 1, 16 | Anselm is correct in so far as things are ~said to be 129 1, 16 | everywhere and always, in so far as ~universals are independent 130 1, 16 | is would be, except in so far as its future being was 131 1, 16 | of ~itself, but only so far as our intellect apprehends 132 1, 16 | truth did not exist, in so far as we apprehend its not-being ~ 133 1, 16 | certain rightness" in ~so far as a thing answers to that 134 1, 16 | subject of change, but in so far as our ~intellect changes 135 1, 16 | but accidentally, in so ~far as this being or that is 136 1, 16 | said ~to have it, in so far, that is, as they correspond 137 1, 16 | in a special way, in so far as it indicates the truth 138 1, 16 | truth of the thing, in so ~far as the expression is significative, 139 1, 16 | of ~signification, in so far as it signifies a true opinion. 140 1, 17 | But everything, in so far as ~it exists, imitates 141 1, 17 | and in themselves, in so far as they ~fall short of the 142 1, 17 | falseness cannot be found, in so far as ~they are compared with 143 1, 17 | of falsity except in so far as ~it gives occasion to 144 1, 17 | senses ~know truth, but in so far as they apprehend sensible 145 1, 17 | man, not as man, but in so far as it is accidental to ~ 146 1, 17 | in any knowledge in ~so far as we are deceived therein. 147 1, 17 | essence of a thing, ~in so far as composition of the intellect 148 1, 18 | not ~belong, except in so far as they are displaced from 149 1, 18 | receding from it, for in so far as they recede from such 150 1, 18 | recede from such movement, so far ~do they recede from their 151 1, 18 | thing is said to live in so ~far as it operates of itself 152 1, 18 | the latter action, in so far ~as it is the act of the 153 1, 18 | twofold sense. In one ~way, so far are they are held together 154 1, 18 | called ~life in God in so far as life means understanding 155 1, 18 | understood by God; but not in so far as life implies a principle ~ 156 1, 19 | good amongst others, so far ~as possible. Hence we see 157 1, 19 | that every agent, in so far as it is perfect ~and in 158 1, 19 | the will to communicate as far as possible to others the 159 1, 19 | if natural things, ~in so far as they are perfect, communicate 160 1, 19 | apart ~from Himself in so far as they are ordered to His 161 1, 19 | necessary in ~themselves, in so far as they exist in themselves; 162 1, 19 | that causes them, in so far as they ~pre-exist in the 163 1, 19 | in a certain sense, in so far, ~that is, as He communicates 164 1, 19 | cause of willing, but in so far as He wills one thing to 165 1, 19 | consider that everything, in so far as it is ~good, is willed 166 1, 19 | all ~good, except in so far as He wills Himself, in 167 1, 19 | our mode of acting, in so far as by the deluge He ~destroyed 168 1, 19 | 95): "Although evil in so far as it is evil is not a good, ~ 169 1, 19 | sought accidentally, so far as it ~accompanies a good, 170 1, 20 | delight are passions; in so far as they denote acts of the 171 1, 20 | ourselves good; and, so far as possible, union with 172 1, 20 | him as done to himself. So far love is a binding force, ~ 173 1, 20 | existing things, ~in so far as they exist, are good, 174 1, 20 | the love of desire, in so far ~as He orders them to rational 175 1, 20 | God loves sinners in so far ~as they are existing natures; 176 1, 20 | have it from ~Him. In so far as they are sinners, they 177 1, 20 | above ~all names," in so far as He was true God. Nor 178 1, 21 | above (Q[6], AA[1],4); in so far as perfections are given 179 1, 21 | already ~said (A[1]); in so far as God does not bestow them 180 1, 21 | belongs to liberality; in so far as ~perfections given to 181 1, 22 | excludes any defect or evil, as far as ~he can, from those over 182 1, 22 | towards that end extends as far as the causality of the 183 1, 22 | that universal cause. So far then as an effect ~escapes 184 1, 22 | is subject to his care as far as ~he can; whereas, one 185 1, 22 | providence extends thus far, since God is the author 186 1, 22 | unchangeable and certain, ~so far as all things foreseen happen 187 1, 23 | every good to them all. So far, ~therefore, as He does 188 1, 23 | nature, and especially in so far as this is deprived of grace 189 1, 24 | life of ~grace, except so far as it is directed to glory; 190 1, 24 | life of grace, except so far as the life of grace is 191 1, 25 | is retained in God in so far as it is the principle of 192 1, 25 | But the power of God is far from imperfect. Therefore 193 1, 25 | been envious. But envy ~is far removed from God. Therefore 194 1, 26 | the reward of virtue, so far as anyone attains to beatitude; 195 1, 26 | accidentally to a being, so far as it ~passes from potentiality 196 1, 28 | meaning, that is to say, in so far as its proper ~meaning denotes 197 1, 28 | is His essence. So, in so far as ~relation has an accidental 198 1, 28 | distinct therefrom. But in so far as relation implies respect 199 1, 29 | of "three ~persons," so far from the heretics being 200 1, 31 | unity of ~essence; in so far as the word "only" excludes 201 1, 32 | wholly resists the ~word, is far off from our philosophy; 202 1, 32 | own mode, that is in so far as ~they are found in sensible 203 1, 34 | called word except in ~as far as it signifies the interior 204 1, 34 | relation to creatures, so far as the essence is included 205 1, 36 | sciences. Therefore, so far as the bailiff is a medium ~ 206 1, 37 | 3/3~It follows that so far as love means only the relation 207 1, 37 | but, on the other hand, so far as ~these words are used 208 1, 38 | personal distinction , in so far ~as gift imports something 209 1, 38 | belongs to both. Therefore, so far as gift in this way signifies 210 1, 39 | distinguished from each other so ~far as they are identified with 211 1, 39 | transcendentals. Whence, so ~far as it is referred to relation, 212 1, 39 | the plural; ~whereas, so far as it is referred to the 213 1, 39 | also with general terms so far as the form signified is 214 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: So far as Godhead is one in several " 215 1, 39 | understanding; nevertheless, so ~far as it is appropriated, there 216 1, 39 | a grammatical sense, so far as ~the word "God" signifies 217 1, 41 | than order of origin, in so far as action proceeds from 218 1, 41 | actions and passions, so far as these imply movement, 219 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 3: Action, so far as it means origin of movement, 220 1, 41 | exist in different ways is far from the divine ~nature, 221 1, 41 | the means to an end, so far as without it the end ~could 222 1, 43 | perceived by ~anyone, so far as He can be known and perceived 223 1, 44 | cause. But creatures are far from ~being like God. Therefore 224 1, 46 | sometimes is not; because so far as the power of a thing 225 1, 46 | And this statement is ~far from impossible to uphold: 226 1, 47 | intelligence; and in so ~far as it understood itself 227 1, 50 | that the angels, in so far as they are styled immaterial 228 1, 50 | exceeding great number, far beyond all ~material multitude. 229 1, 50 | not ~several, except in so far as they are in several substances. 230 1, 51 | stated (A[1]); while in so far as it ~is united to the 231 1, 51 | by the Divine power in so far as is needful for ~forming 232 1, 51 | inanimate things, in so far ~as it is sound; and walking 233 1, 51 | with other movements, in so far as it ~is movement. Consequently 234 1, 51 | semblance of speech, in so far as they ~fashion sounds 235 1, 52 | are as one mover, in so far as their ~united strengths 236 1, 53 | body is in a place in so far as it is ~contained under 237 1, 54 | the same, at ~least in so far as he understands his own 238 1, 54 | consists in act, instantly, so far as lies in itself, action ~ 239 1, 54 | in potentiality, ~in so far as by abstraction it makes 240 1, 54 | cannot belong to them in so far as it is ~a part of the 241 1, 55 | or distant, except in so far as they are taken from sensible ~ 242 1, 55 | intelligible species, in so far as they have such ~species 243 1, 55 | nature akin to a ~body, in so far as they are the forms of 244 1, 55 | from ~particulars, in so far as the intellect knowing 245 1, 56 | to the intellect, in so far as if is in ~potentiality, 246 1, 56 | what is above it, in so far as it is caused by it; and 247 1, 56 | what is beneath ~it, in so far as it is its cause." But 248 1, 56 | account of likeness, so far as cause and effect ~are 249 1, 57 | a singular object, in so far as it is ~singular; because, 250 1, 57 | individual conditions, in so far ~as they are the manifold 251 1, 57 | both matter and form, in so far as there ~pre-exists in 252 1, 57 | created intellect, fall far short of ~God's eternity; 253 1, 57 | intellect of an angel, in so ~far as they are species, refer 254 1, 57 | follow that one knows how far another makes use of them 255 1, 57 | and even of man, in so far as the ~sensitive appetite 256 1, 57 | apprehension of man in so far as these are moved by the 257 1, 58 | that many things, in so far as they are distinct, ~cannot 258 1, 58 | understood at once; but in so far as they are comprised under ~ 259 1, 58 | 2: Further, negation is far more remote from affirmation 260 1, 58 | of the following, in so far as the angels refer to ~ 261 1, 58 | of the thing known in so far as it ~is an object of knowledge; 262 1, 58 | is ~in the angels in so far as they know the being of 263 1, 58 | evening knowledge, in so far as when the angels ~behold 264 1, 58 | evening knowledge, in so far as through innate ideas 265 1, 59 | knowledge comes about in so far as the object ~known is 266 1, 59 | judgment ~which is free, in so far as it apprehends the common 267 1, 59 | true that liberty, in so far as the removal of compulsion 268 1, 59 | OBJ 2: Love and joy, in so far as they are passions, are 269 1, 59 | concupiscible appetite, but in so far as they express a simple 270 1, 59 | Consequently ~temperance, in so far as it is a human virtue, 271 1, 59 | attributed to them, in so far as they firmly carry ~out 272 1, 60 | is merely natural, in so far as it belongs to a nature 273 1, 60 | being moved to act in so far as ~such natural inclination 274 1, 60 | naturally ~love self, in so far as by natural appetite each 275 1, 60 | the love of choice, in so ~far as from choice he wishes 276 1, 60 | natural affection, in so far as he is one with him in 277 1, 60 | natural affection, in so far as ~it loves its own species. 278 1, 60 | natural ~affection, in so far as he is one with him in 279 1, 60 | with him in nature. But so far as an ~angel has something 280 1, 60 | towards the good angels, in so far as they ~share the same 281 1, 60 | But they hate them, in so far as they ~are unlike them 282 1, 60 | Now the Divine nature is far above the angelic ~nature. 283 1, 60 | love of friendship, in so ~far as he naturally desires 284 1, 60 | loved by an angel "in so far" ~as He is good to the angel, 285 1, 60 | if the expression "in so far" denotes an end, ~then it 286 1, 60 | Reply OBJ 4: God, in so far as He is the universal good, 287 1, 60 | everything with natural love. So far as ~He is the good which 288 1, 60 | naturally loved by all so far as He is the universal good, 289 1, 60 | God; yet ~nevertheless, so far as He is the universal good 290 1, 61 | God is not a part of, but far above, the whole universe, ~ 291 1, 62 | tendency thereto, except in so far as it is moved instrumentally 292 1, 62 | loves God naturally, so far as God is the author ~of 293 1, 62 | speaking of turning to God, so far ~as God bestows beatitude 294 1, 62 | act of turning to God, so ~far as it comes of free-will, 295 1, 62 | is meritorious; and so far as it attains ~the end, 296 1, 62 | free-will, ~except in so far as it is informed by grace; 297 1, 62 | between things which are ~far apart. But the beatific 298 1, 62 | state of the angels is very far remote from ~their natural 299 1, 62 | required; which act can so far be called an interval as 300 1, 63 | has rectitude of act so far only as it ~is regulated 301 1, 63 | sorts of human sins, ~so far as these are hindrances 302 1, 63 | Everything which exists, so far as it exists and has a ~ 303 1, 63 | every ~two instants, so far as time is continuous, as 304 1, 64 | sorrow, joy, and the like, so far as they are ~passions, cannot 305 1, 64 | for another; especially so far as sorrow ~and joy imply 306 1, 65 | thing is called evil, in so far as it ~is harmful. Corporeal 307 1, 65 | considered in themselves (in so far as every visible creature 308 1, 65 | to visible things in so far as they are offered to man 309 1, 65 | corruptible because they are far removed from God (De Gen. 310 1, 65 | see are constituted, in so far as ~in corporeal matter 311 1, 66 | A[1] Body Para. 2/2~As far as may be gathered from 312 1, 66 | the same time it has so far a ~likeness to earth, in 313 1, 66 | matter ~immutably and so far all bodies would be incorruptible. 314 1, 66 | except by analogy, in so far as they agree in the character 315 1, 66 | De Trin. iv, 20): "In so far as we mentally apprehend ~ 316 1, 66 | apprehend ~eternal things, so far are we not of this world"; 317 1, 66 | firmament's ~movement, in so far as this is the first movement. 318 1, 68 | His creatures, not how ~far it may have pleased Him 319 1, 68 | as to the heaven, in so far as it ~denotes the entire 320 1, 70 | lower world. Moreover, ~as far as the senses are concerned, 321 1, 70 | business and work, in so ~far as the lights are set in 322 1, 70 | theory, though he goes so far as to ~say that if the heavenly 323 1, 70 | bodily senses, and thus far ~is dependent on the body, 324 1, 70 | said to move itself in as far as it is ~compounded of 325 1, 70 | power, as we have said. So far, then, the principle that 326 1, 72 | are too short to life them far from the ground, as the ~ 327 1, 74 | created all things together so far as regards their ~substance 328 1, 74 | all things ~together, so far as regards that formation 329 1, 75 | to the body, except in so far as the body has ~relation 330 1, 75 | intelligible object, in so far as each is in potentiality 331 1, 75 | Now a thing is known in as far as its form is in the knower. 332 1, 75 | causes matter to be, so far as it actualizes it by ~ 333 1, 75 | while it is corrupted ~so far as the form is separated 334 1, 76 | because nothing acts except so far as it is in act; wherefore 335 1, 76 | But it exists in matter so far as the soul ~itself, to 336 1, 76 | parts; as whiteness, as far as its essence is ~concerned, 337 1, 77 | relating them. However, as far as the present question ~ 338 1, 37 | 3/3~It follows that so far as love means only the relation 339 1, 37 | but, on the other hand, so far as ~these words are used 340 1, 38 | personal distinction , in so far ~as gift imports something 341 1, 38 | belongs to both. Therefore, so far as gift in this way signifies 342 1, 39 | distinguished from each other so ~far as they are identified with 343 1, 39 | transcendentals. Whence, so ~far as it is referred to relation, 344 1, 39 | the plural; ~whereas, so far as it is referred to the 345 1, 39 | also with general terms so far as the form signified is 346 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: So far as Godhead is one in several " 347 1, 39 | understanding; nevertheless, so ~far as it is appropriated, there 348 1, 39 | a grammatical sense, so far as ~the word "God" signifies 349 1, 41 | than order of origin, in so far as action proceeds from 350 1, 41 | actions and passions, so far as these imply movement, 351 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 3: Action, so far as it means origin of movement, 352 1, 41 | exist in different ways is far from the divine ~nature, 353 1, 41 | the means to an end, so far as without it the end ~could 354 1, 43 | perceived by ~anyone, so far as He can be known and perceived 355 1, 45 | cause. But creatures are far from ~being like God. Therefore 356 1, 47 | sometimes is not; because so far as the power of a thing 357 1, 47 | And this statement is ~far from impossible to uphold: 358 1, 48 | intelligence; and in so ~far as it understood itself 359 1, 51 | that the angels, in so far as they are styled immaterial 360 1, 51 | exceeding great number, far beyond all ~material multitude. 361 1, 51 | not ~several, except in so far as they are in several substances. 362 1, 52 | stated (A[1]); while in so far as it ~is united to the 363 1, 52 | by the Divine power in so far as is needful for ~forming 364 1, 52 | inanimate things, in so far ~as it is sound; and walking 365 1, 52 | with other movements, in so far as it ~is movement. Consequently 366 1, 52 | semblance of speech, in so far as they ~fashion sounds 367 1, 53 | are as one mover, in so far as their ~united strengths 368 1, 54 | body is in a place in so far as it is ~contained under 369 1, 55 | the same, at ~least in so far as he understands his own 370 1, 55 | consists in act, instantly, so far as lies in itself, action ~ 371 1, 55 | in potentiality, ~in so far as by abstraction it makes 372 1, 55 | cannot belong to them in so far as it is ~a part of the 373 1, 56 | or distant, except in so far as they are taken from sensible ~ 374 1, 56 | intelligible species, in so far as they have such ~species 375 1, 56 | nature akin to a ~body, in so far as they are the forms of 376 1, 56 | from ~particulars, in so far as the intellect knowing 377 1, 57 | to the intellect, in so far as if is in ~potentiality, 378 1, 57 | what is above it, in so far as it is caused by it; and 379 1, 57 | what is beneath ~it, in so far as it is its cause." But 380 1, 57 | account of likeness, so far as cause and effect ~are 381 1, 58 | a singular object, in so far as it is ~singular; because, 382 1, 58 | individual conditions, in so far ~as they are the manifold 383 1, 58 | both matter and form, in so far as there ~pre-exists in 384 1, 58 | created intellect, fall far short of ~God's eternity; 385 1, 58 | intellect of an angel, in so ~far as they are species, refer 386 1, 58 | follow that one knows how far another makes use of them 387 1, 58 | and even of man, in so far as the sensitive appetite 388 1, 58 | apprehension of man in so far as these are moved by the 389 1, 59 | that many things, in so far as they are distinct, ~cannot 390 1, 59 | understood at once; but in so far as they are comprised under ~ 391 1, 59 | 2: Further, negation is far more remote from affirmation 392 1, 59 | of the following, in so far as the angels refer to ~ 393 1, 59 | of the thing known in so far as it ~is an object of knowledge; 394 1, 59 | is ~in the angels in so far as they know the being of 395 1, 59 | evening knowledge, in so far as when the angels ~behold 396 1, 59 | evening knowledge, in so far as through innate ideas 397 1, 60 | knowledge comes about in so far as the object ~known is 398 1, 60 | judgment ~which is free, in so far as it apprehends the common 399 1, 60 | true that liberty, in so far as the removal of compulsion 400 1, 60 | OBJ 2: Love and joy, in so far as they are passions, are 401 1, 60 | concupiscible appetite, but in so far as they express a simple 402 1, 60 | Consequently ~temperance, in so far as it is a human virtue, 403 1, 60 | attributed to them, in so far as they firmly carry ~out 404 1, 61 | is merely natural, in so far as it belongs to a nature 405 1, 61 | being moved to act in so far as ~such natural inclination 406 1, 61 | naturally ~love self, in so far as by natural appetite each 407 1, 61 | the love of choice, in so ~far as from choice he wishes 408 1, 61 | natural affection, in so far as he is one with him in 409 1, 61 | natural affection, in so far as ~it loves its own species. 410 1, 61 | natural ~affection, in so far as he is one with him in 411 1, 61 | with him in nature. But so far as an ~angel has something 412 1, 61 | towards the good angels, in so far as they ~share the same 413 1, 61 | But they hate them, in so far as they ~are unlike them 414 1, 61 | Now the Divine nature is far above the angelic ~nature. 415 1, 61 | love of friendship, in so ~far as he naturally desires 416 1, 61 | loved by an angel "in so far" ~as He is good to the angel, 417 1, 61 | if the expression "in so far" denotes an end, ~then it 418 1, 61 | Reply OBJ 4: God, in so far as He is the universal good, 419 1, 61 | everything with natural love. So far as ~He is the good which 420 1, 61 | naturally loved by all so far as He is the universal good, 421 1, 61 | God; yet ~nevertheless, so far as He is the universal good 422 1, 62 | God is not a part of, but far above, the whole universe, ~ 423 1, 63 | tendency thereto, except in so far as it is moved instrumentally 424 1, 63 | loves God naturally, so far as God is the author ~of 425 1, 63 | speaking of turning to God, so far ~as God bestows beatitude 426 1, 63 | act of turning to God, so ~far as it comes of free-will, 427 1, 63 | is meritorious; and so far as it attains ~the end, 428 1, 63 | free-will, ~except in so far as it is informed by grace; 429 1, 63 | between things which are ~far apart. But the beatific 430 1, 63 | state of the angels is very far remote from ~their natural 431 1, 63 | required; which act can so far be called an interval as 432 1, 64 | has rectitude of act so far only as it ~is regulated 433 1, 64 | sorts of human sins, ~so far as these are hindrances 434 1, 64 | Everything which exists, so far as it exists and has a ~ 435 1, 64 | every ~two instants, so far as time is continuous, as 436 1, 65 | sorrow, joy, and the like, so far as they are ~passions, cannot 437 1, 65 | for another; especially so far as sorrow ~and joy imply 438 1, 66 | thing is called evil, in so far as it ~is harmful. Corporeal 439 1, 66 | considered in themselves (in so far as every visible creature 440 1, 66 | to visible things in so far as they are offered to man 441 1, 66 | corruptible because they are far removed from God (De Gen. 442 1, 66 | see are constituted, in so far as ~in corporeal matter 443 1, 67 | A[1] Body Para. 2/2 ~As far as may be gathered from 444 1, 67 | the same time it has so far a ~likeness to earth, in 445 1, 67 | matter ~immutably and so far all bodies would be incorruptible. 446 1, 67 | except by analogy, in so far as they agree in the character 447 1, 67 | De Trin. iv, 20): "In so far as we mentally apprehend ~ 448 1, 67 | apprehend ~eternal things, so far are we not of this world"; 449 1, 67 | firmament's ~movement, in so far as this is the first movement. 450 1, 69 | His creatures, not how ~far it may have pleased Him 451 1, 69 | as to the heaven, in so far as it ~denotes the entire 452 1, 71 | lower world. Moreover, ~as far as the senses are concerned, 453 1, 71 | business and work, in so ~far as the lights are set in 454 1, 71 | theory, though he goes so far as to ~say that if the heavenly 455 1, 71 | bodily senses, and thus far ~is dependent on the body, 456 1, 71 | said to move itself in as far as it is ~compounded of 457 1, 71 | power, as we have said. So far, then, the principle that 458 1, 71 | are too short to life them far from the ground, as the ~ 459 1, 73 | created all things together so far as regards their ~substance 460 1, 73 | all things ~together, so far as regards that formation 461 1, 74 | to the body, except in so far as the body has ~relation 462 1, 74 | intelligible object, in so far as each is in potentiality 463 1, 74 | Now a thing is known in as far as its form is in the knower. 464 1, 74 | causes matter to be, so far as it actualizes it by ~ 465 1, 74 | while it is corrupted ~so far as the form is separated 466 1, 75 | because nothing acts except so far as it is in act; wherefore 467 1, 75 | But it exists in matter so far as the soul ~itself, to 468 1, 75 | parts; as whiteness, as far as its essence is ~concerned, 469 1, 76 | relating them. However, as far as the present question ~ 470 1, 77 | operation of the soul ~which so far exceeds the corporeal nature 471 1, 78 | notion of memory, in as far as it regards past events, 472 1, 78 | thing is divided. And ~so far as reason is divided according 473 1, 78 | or to be ~ruled by it, as far as the principles made use 474 1, 78 | three ~ways. One way in so far as we recognize that we 475 1, 78 | witness. In another way, so far as through the conscience 476 1, 78 | bind. In the third way, so far as by conscience we ~judge 477 1, 78 | Conscience is called a spirit, so far as spirit is the same ~as 478 1, 78 | known is in knowledge; so far as someone knows he is defiled.~ 479 1, 81 | Reply OBJ 2: The will, so far as it desires a thing naturally, ~ 480 1, 81 | taken in another way, as far as they are simple affections 481 1, 81 | be said to irascible, as far as it ~wills to repel evil, 482 1, 83 | impossible for the soul ~so far to forget the existence 483 1, 83 | to the soul, except in as far as it is ~overcome by sluggishness, 484 1, 83 | organ of the animal, in so far as it is compared to ~it 485 1, 84 | principle of knowledge, in so far ~as the intention of universality 486 1, 85 | natural sciences ~in as far as they relate to things 487 1, 86 | Everything is knowable so far as it is in act, and not, ~ 488 1, 86 | is in act, and not, ~so far as it is in potentiality ( 489 1, 86 | clear that the intellect, so far as it knows material things, 490 1, 86 | is ~actual: therefore so far as a habit fails in being 491 1, 87 | are intelligible only so far as we make them actually 492 1, 88 | nothing acts except so ~far as it is actual, the mode 493 1, 88 | that human knowledge, so far from ~being perfect, would 494 1, 88 | knowledge of the angels so far as its natural ~knowledge 495 1, 88 | separated souls, know except so far as future ~things pre-exist 496 1, 88 | or also reasoning; so far as what is false in statement 497 1, 88 | the habit of knowledge, so far as it is in the intellect, 498 1, 88 | knowable in itself, because so far as a thing ~falls short 499 1, 88 | falls short of being, so far does it fall short of being 500 1, 88 | the life of the spirit is far from the life ~of the flesh;


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