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1 1, 1 | is a part of philosophy called theology, or the divine ~ 2 1, 1 | contrary, Other sciences are called the handmaidens of this 3 1, 1 | other ~sciences. Hence it is called the chief of sciences, as 4 1, 1 | the form of the house is called wise ~and architect, in 5 1, 1 | life, the ~prudent man is called wise, inasmuch as he directs 6 1, 1 | namely God, ~is most of all called wise. Hence wisdom is said 7 1, 1 | sacred doctrine is especially called wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 8 1, 1 | mainly about ~God; for it is called theology, as treating of 9 1, 1 | books of Scripture which are called canonical have I learned 10 1, 1 | also a signification is called the ~spiritual sense, which 11 1, 1 | literal sense. For it is called history, as Augustine expounds ~( 12 1, 1 | is simply related; it is called etiology ~when its cause 13 1, 1 | of ~men's hearts; it is called analogy whenever the truth 14 1, 2 | through the ~cause, and is called "a priori," and this is 15 1, 2 | through the effect, and is called a ~demonstration "a posteriori"; 16 1, 3 | 1:26). Now a figure is ~called an image, according to the 17 1, 3 | to anything. Still, He is called the measure of all things, ~ 18 1, 3 | Reply OBJ 1: The Godhead is called the being of all things, 19 1, 4 | far as it is perfect is called ~good, we shall speak first 20 1, 4 | not ~made is improperly called perfect. Nevertheless because 21 1, 4 | created things ~are then called perfect, when from potentiality 22 1, 4 | excellent are those which are called participation ~gods. Therefore 23 1, 5 | its own form. "But that is called good ~which has the form 24 1, 5 | its form. Hence the end is called ~the cause of causes. Thus 25 1, 5 | 20). But some things are called evil. Therefore not ~every 26 1, 5 | species and order are so called as being less than they 27 1, 5 | belong. Therefore ~they are called evil, because they are out 28 1, 5 | movement ceases; so a ~thing is called a term of movement, so far 29 1, 5 | tends towards another, is ~called the useful; but that sought 30 1, 5 | sake the appetite tends, is called the virtuous; for the virtuous ~ 31 1, 5 | in the thing desired, is ~called the pleasant. ~Aquin.: SMT 32 1, 5 | aspects. Now those things are called pleasing which have no other ~ 33 1, 6 | cause, saying that, God is called good "as by Whom all things 34 1, 6 | Therefore God cannot be called the ~supreme good.~Aquin.: 35 1, 6 | seems that God ~cannot be called the supreme good in relation 36 1, 6 | way; and therefore He is called the supreme good.~Aquin.: 37 1, 6 | what ~is knowable is so called with relation to knowledge, 38 1, 6 | essentially. For everything is called ~good according to its perfection. 39 1, 6 | But for this reason is it called ~being because by it something 40 1, 6 | hence for this reason is it called good because ~by it something 41 1, 6 | Hebdom.), all things are called ~good, accordingly as they 42 1, 6 | being. But ~they are not called beings through the divine 43 1, 6 | instance, that Socrates is called man according ~to the separate 44 1, 6 | man and horse which he called absolute man and absolute 45 1, 6 | of "one," and these ~he called absolute being and absolute 46 1, 6 | of ~these, everything was called "being" or "one"; and what 47 1, 6 | being, as one is also; he called God the absolute good, ~ 48 1, 6 | from whom all things are called good by way of participation.~ 49 1, 6 | good, everything ~can be called good and a being, inasmuch 50 1, 6 | Everything is therefore called good from the divine goodness, 51 1, 6 | Nevertheless, everything is called good by reason of the similitude 52 1, 7 | therefore that a thing is called infinite because it is ~ 53 1, 7 | in any other, and is thus called infinite, shows Him to be ~ 54 1, 8 | God, angel and soul, are called indivisible. Such a kind 55 1, 8 | Reply OBJ 3: A whole is so called with reference to its parts. 56 1, 8 | form and the matter are ~called parts of the composite, 57 1, 8 | genus and difference are called ~parts of species. There 58 1, 9 | willing, and loving, are called ~movements. Therefore because 59 1, 9 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Wisdom is called mobile by way of similitude, 60 1, 9 | a mutable thing can be ~called so in two ways: by a power 61 1, 9 | If, however, a thing is called mutable by a power in itself, 62 1, 9 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Forms are called invariable, forasmuch as 63 1, 9 | they are; for they are not called beings as though they were 64 1, 10 | Reply OBJ 3: Eternity is called whole, not because it has 65 1, 10 | simultaneously ~whole, is called by names implying time and 66 1, 10 | Himself. Hence God is not ~called eternal, as if He were in 67 1, 10 | Eternity truly and properly so called is in God alone, ~because 68 1, 10 | Again, some things are called eternal ~in Scripture because 69 1, 10 | Ps. 75:5) the hills are called "eternal" and ~we read " 70 1, 10 | OBJ 2: The fire of hell is called eternal, only because it 71 1, 11 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Gods are called many by the error of some 72 1, 11 | supremely "one." For "one" is so called ~from the privation of division. 73 1, 11 | than other things which are called "one."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 74 1, 11 | Consid. v): "Among all things called ~one, the unity of the Divine 75 1, 11 | all, in the degree it is called more, or less, or ~supremely, " 76 1, 12 | one ~thing to another is called proportion. And in this 77 1, 12 | power of the creature is called an ~intelligible light, 78 1, 12 | the incorporeal beings, called ~angels. But to God alone 79 1, 12 | cognitive power in the soul, called the intellect; and this 80 1, 12 | the intellectual powers is called the illumination of the 81 1, 12 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God is called incomprehensible not because 82 1, 13 | animal which primarily is called healthy. Thirdly, ~because 83 1, 13 | but rather it is to be called an analogical agent, as 84 1, 13 | applied to medicine, which is called healthy as being the cause ~ 85 1, 13 | applied to urine, which is called healthy in so far as it 86 1, 13 | that case God would ~be called "Lord" from the opposite 87 1, 13 | OBJ 5: Further, a thing is called relative from relation; 88 1, 13 | Metaph. v) that they are called relative, not forasmuch ~ 89 1, 13 | and these relatives are called predicamental [secundum 90 1, 13 | and these relatives are called transcendental ~[secundum 91 1, 13 | but ~in reality; for He is called Lord according to the manner 92 1, 13 | that "God {Theos} is so called from the ~{theein} [which 93 1, 13 | who thus participate are called lions metaphorically. ~To 94 1, 13 | instance a person can be called "Achilles" ~metaphorically, 95 1, 13 | similitude; so that those are called gods who share in divinity 96 1, 13 | enjoyment of carnal pleasures is called happiness in opinion, and 97 1, 13 | OBJ 3: Further, names are called univocal because they contain 98 1, 13 | by reason of which he is ~called animal, and the rational 99 1, 13 | by reason of which he is called ~man; hence here again predicate 100 1, 14 | the knowledge of God are called ideas, to the consideration ~ 101 1, 14 | intellect. But God is not to be called finite ~to Himself in this 102 1, 14 | says, on Rm. 8:30, "Whom He called, them He also justified," ~ 103 1, 14 | cause of things is usually called the "knowledge ~of approbation."~ 104 1, 14 | intelligence. This is so called because the things we see 105 1, 14 | infinite in itself can be called finite to the ~knowledge 106 1, 14 | observed that knowledge can be called speculative in ~three ways: 107 1, 14 | according as knowledge is called practical ~from the end. 108 1, 15 | type of that of which it is called the form, ~or to be the 109 1, 15 | builder. And this may ~be called the idea of the house, since 110 1, 15 | The divine essence is not called an idea in so far as it 111 1, 15 | making of things, it may be called an "exemplar," and ~belongs 112 1, 15 | knowledge, it is properly called a "type," and may belong 113 1, 16 | so far as the appetite is called ~good if its object is good; 114 1, 16 | divine mind. For a ~stone is called true, which possesses the 115 1, 16 | OBJ 3: The virtue which is called "truth" is not truth in 116 1, 16 | the divine truth can ~be called a "likeness to the principle," 117 1, 16 | the animal, medicine is called ~healthy, in so far as it 118 1, 16 | of health, and urine is called ~healthy, in so far as it 119 1, 16 | as it is in speech, it is called enunciable truth, according 120 1, 16 | subject. Thus urine ~is called healthy, not from any health 121 1, 16 | already said ~that things are called true from the truth of the 122 1, 16 | before (A[1]); but things are called true in virtue of the truth ~ 123 1, 16 | falsity, for thus forms may be called ~mutable. Whereas the truth 124 1, 17 | accidentally; a thing indeed may be called false simply when compared ~ 125 1, 17 | compared "per ~se" but may be called false relatively as directed 126 1, 17 | Thus sins themselves are called untruths and lies in the ~ 127 1, 17 | hand virtuous deeds are ~called the "truth of life" as being 128 1, 17 | thereto accidentally, can be called false; not simply, but relatively; ~ 129 1, 17 | contrary, anything can be ~called true, in regard to that 130 1, 17 | another way a ~thing can be called false, by way of cause - 131 1, 17 | Metaph. v, ~34): "Things are called false that are naturally 132 1, 17 | not." In this way a man is called false as ~delighting in 133 1, 17 | learned persons might be called ~false, as stated in Metaph. 134 1, 17 | opposed to God, for an idol is called in Scripture a lie, ~"They 135 1, 17 | to the true. So idols are called lies, opposed ~to the divine 136 1, 18 | those things ~are properly called living that move themselves 137 1, 18 | be movement properly so called, as the act of an imperfect ~ 138 1, 18 | thing in potentiality, is called movement; or movement ~in 139 1, 18 | understanding and feeling are called movement. Accordingly all 140 1, 18 | nature do so, cannot ~be called living, unless by a similitude.~ 141 1, 18 | In either way is movement called the life, ~as it were, of 142 1, 18 | Reply OBJ 3: Waters are called living that have a continuous 143 1, 18 | continually flowing ~source, are called dead, as in cisterns and 144 1, 18 | act of the operator, is called its movement, by this similitude, 145 1, 18 | yet a material house is called a ~house more truly than 146 1, 18 | that are not in time may be called ~life in God in so far as 147 1, 19 | things without knowledge is called ~natural appetite. Whence 148 1, 19 | a ~qualified will may be called a willingness rather than 149 1, 19 | wherein even that which is called evil, properly ordered ~ 150 1, 19 | sometimes metaphorically called will in God; just as when ~ 151 1, 19 | divine precept is sometimes called by metaphor the will ~of 152 1, 19 | Will in its proper sense is called ~the will of good pleasure; 153 1, 19 | the sign itself of will is called will.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 154 1, 19 | Expressions of will are called divine wills, not as being ~ 155 1, 19 | expression of our will, is called the divine will in God. 156 1, 19 | anger in God; but it is called anger in Him, ~from the 157 1, 19 | removes an ~impediment is called an accidental mover. In 158 1, 19 | respect the expression ~is called permission. He declares 159 1, 19 | counsel, and ~prohibition are called the will of God is clear 160 1, 19 | permission and ~operation are called the will of God is clear 161 1, 20 | appetite, or the will as it ~is called, moves through the medium 162 1, 20 | some bodily change, are called passions; ~whereas acts 163 1, 20 | acts of the will are not so called. Love, therefore, and joy 164 1, 20 | with that good. So ~love is called the unitive force, even 165 1, 21 | Whether His justice can be called truth?~(3) Whether there 166 1, 21 | in distribution, and is called distributive justice; whereby 167 1, 21 | regard ~act; since a thing is called good not merely with respect 168 1, 21 | His justice, is suitably called truth. Thus we also ~in 169 1, 21 | however, can properly be called a misery; but only defect 170 1, 22 | end is therefore in God ~called providence. Whence Boethius 171 1, 22 | of things to be done is called counsel in ~God; not because 172 1, 22 | reason of order," which is called providence and disposition; 173 1, 22 | of this ~order, which is called government. As regards the 174 1, 23 | predestined, them He ~also called."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 175 1, 23 | end of life ~eternal is called predestination. For to destine, 176 1, 23 | of providence which is ~called government, is in a passive 177 1, 23 | predestined, them He also called and whom He called, ~them 178 1, 23 | also called and whom He called, ~them He also magnified [ 179 1, 23 | away from that end; this is called ~reprobation. Thus, as predestination 180 1, 23 | divine ordination, which they called fate, could be frustrated ~ 181 1, 24 | counsellors, who formerly were called ~"conscript" fathers. Now 182 1, 24 | therefore, of the predestined is called the book of life. A ~thing 183 1, 24 | some to eternal life, is called ~the book of life. For as 184 1, 24 | which lead us to life may be called the book of life; and this ~ 185 1, 24 | Old and New ~Testament are called a book of life; or of things 186 1, 24 | Thus that also may ~be called the book of war, whether 187 1, 24 | the book ~of life is so called in regard to divine life; 188 1, 24 | of the life of glory is ~called the book of life; so also 189 1, 24 | the life of ~nature be so called.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 190 1, 24 | life ~altogether is only so called in regard to the life of 191 1, 25 | remains therefore, that God is called omnipotent because He can 192 1, 25 | respect of which God is called omnipotent. ~Now nothing 193 1, 25 | respect of which God is called omnipotent: whereas whatever ~ 194 1, 25 | absolute possible is not so called in reference either ~to 195 1, 26 | In regard to what is God called blessed; does this regard 196 1, 26 | Para. 1/1~Whether God is called blessed in respect of His 197 1, 26 | It seems that God is not called blessed in respect to His ~ 198 1, 26 | to ~the blessed, who are called blesses [beati] by reason 199 1, 27 | procession in God can be called generation?~(3) Whether 200 1, 27 | other procession can be called generation?~(5) Whether 201 1, 27 | that God the ~Father is called Son in assuming flesh from 202 1, 27 | that the ~Father also is called Holy Ghost in sanctifying 203 1, 27 | the spoken word; and it is called the word of ~the heart signified 204 1, 27 | procession in God can be called generation?~Aquin.: SMT 205 1, 27 | procession in God can be called generation. ~For generation 206 1, 27 | But such a process is not called ~generation in us; therefore 207 1, 27 | therefore neither is it to be so called in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 208 1, 27 | procession of the Word in God is called generation. ~In proof whereof 209 1, 27 | principle; and this is properly called birth. Not everything of 210 1, 27 | that ~kind, however, is called begotten; but, strictly 211 1, 27 | procession of the Word in God is called ~generation; and the Word 212 1, 27 | Word Himself proceeding is called the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP 213 1, 27 | nature; and so is ~properly called begotten, and Son. Hence 214 1, 27 | Him another ~procession called the procession of love.~ 215 1, 27 | love in God ought not to be called ~generation. In evidence 216 1, 27 | way of ~similitude, and is called generation, because every 217 1, 27 | special name; but it can be called spiration, as it is the ~ 218 1, 28 | however, when things are called the same, not ~numerically, 219 1, 28 | subject; for quantity is ~called the measure of substance, 220 1, 28 | procession of the Word is called generation in ~the proper 221 1, 28 | perfect living beings is ~called paternity; and the relation 222 1, 28 | proceeding from the ~principle is called filiation. But the procession 223 1, 28 | principle of this ~procession is called spiration; and the relation 224 1, 28 | the person proceeding ~is called procession: although these 225 1, 28 | the ~thing understood, is called the word.~Aquin.: SMT FP 226 1, 29 | particular whiteness is called "this," because it ~exists 227 1, 29 | their ~own; for they are called "hypostases," or first substances.~ 228 1, 29 | living things, which ~is called nativity. And because this 229 1, 29 | matter and form are commonly called nature. And as the ~essence 230 1, 29 | definition, is commonly called nature. And here nature ~ 231 1, 29 | unibility, it cannot be called an individual substance, 232 1, 29 | Nat.) that "the ~Greeks called the individual substance 233 1, 29 | the individual substance ~called "hypostasis" and "person." 234 1, 29 | But subsistences are so called from subsisting, as ~substance 235 1, 29 | substance or hypostasis is so called from substanding. Therefore, 236 1, 29 | Praed.) that matter is called ~hypostasis, and form is 237 1, 29 | hypostasis, and form is called {ousiosis} - that is, subsistence. 238 1, 29 | neither form nor matter can be called person. Therefore person 239 1, 29 | which sense substance is called by the Greeks {ousia}, what 240 1, 29 | intention; and ~thus it is called "suppositum." It is also 241 1, 29 | suppositum." It is also called by three names ~signifying 242 1, 29 | and not in another, it is called ~"subsistence"; as we say 243 1, 29 | some common nature, it is ~called "a thing of nature"; as, 244 1, 29 | underlies the accidents, it is called ~"hypostasis," or "substance." 245 1, 29 | persons" or masks the Greeks called {prosopa}, as they were 246 1, 29 | also ~because God cannot be called an individual substance, 247 1, 29 | of accidents, so as to be called a substance. Therefore the 248 1, 29 | in the Church came to ~be called "persons." Thence by some 249 1, 29 | the ~rational nature is called a "person." Now the dignity 250 1, 29 | nature. But God cannot be called an "individual" in the sense ~ 251 1, 30 | the other person who is called the person of ~the Holy 252 1, 30 | is a relation, it is not called a ~property, because it 253 1, 30 | filiation, and procession - are called personal ~properties, constituting 254 1, 30 | procession of love is not called generation in God.~Aquin.: 255 1, 30 | other kind of division is called formal, and is ~effected 256 1, 30 | examined the subject. Some have called it a community of ~exclusion, 257 1, 31 | But the ~Trinity cannot be called trine; otherwise there would 258 1, 31 | we said "He who alone ~is called the Father is God." But 259 1, 32 | beneath him, which they ~called "mind" or the "paternal 260 1, 32 | one essence in God, He is called one ~God, and because in 261 1, 32 | are three persons, He is called the Trine ~God. Therefore, 262 1, 32 | five notions, He may be called ~quinary; which cannot be 263 1, 32 | notion that belongs to Him is called "innascibility." As the 264 1, 32 | and "innascibility" are ~called notions of Persons, but 265 1, 33 | that the Father cannot be called the principle of ~the Son, 266 1, 33 | Further, a principle is so called in relation to the thing ~ 267 1, 33 | also the first part, is called the ~principle, but not 268 1, 33 | is by us metaphorically called begotten, or offspring; 269 1, 33 | word, is metaphorically called father. ~Therefore the principle 270 1, 33 | Word in God is not properly called Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 271 1, 33 | and hence is ~not properly called begotten or son. But the 272 1, 33 | and not ~metaphorically called Son, and His principle is 273 1, 33 | Son, and His principle is called Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 274 1, 33 | and which is properly so called, before it is applied ~to 275 1, 33 | of filiation. For God is ~called the Father of some creatures, 276 1, 33 | grace, and these are also called adoptive sons, as ordained 277 1, 33 | similitude whereby He is called the First Born of creatures. 278 1, 33 | xv De Fide); hence He is called the only begotten (Jn. 1: 279 1, 33 | is not begotten can ~be called unbegotten. But the Holy 280 1, 33 | Father ought not to be called unbegotten. ~Aquin.: SMT 281 1, 33 | instance, if a stone be called a dead thing, as wanting 282 1, 33 | sense, privation ~is so called when something has not what 283 1, 33 | instance when a mole is called blind. In a ~third sense 284 1, 34 | signification cannot be called a word: ~wherefore the exterior 285 1, 34 | exterior vocal sound is called a word from the fact the 286 1, 34 | interior concept of the mind is called a word; ~secondarily, the 287 1, 34 | interior concept, is ~so called; and thirdly, the imagination 288 1, 34 | imagination of the vocal sound is called a ~word. Damascene mentions 289 1, 34 | saying that "word" is called "the natural movement of 290 1, 34 | that when the Son of God is called the Word, this is not to 291 1, 34 | sense. For ~if a thing be called a word metaphorically, this 292 1, 34 | is manifested. If it is called a word because it exteriorly ~ 293 1, 34 | exteriorly manifests cannot be called word except in ~as far as 294 1, 34 | in the same way It can be called ~"begotten knowledge." Thus 295 1, 34 | signified or effected by word is called word. For thus creatures 296 1, 34 | emanation of the intellect, is called the Son; and this ~procession 297 1, 34 | and this ~procession is called generation, as we have shown 298 1, 34 | the Son alone is properly called Word in God.~Aquin.: SMT 299 1, 34 | nature as ~the Father, He is called the Son; to show that He 300 1, 34 | He is co-eternal, He is ~called the Splendor; to show that 301 1, 34 | is altogether like, He is called the ~Image; to show that 302 1, 34 | begotten immaterially, He is called the Word. ~All these truths 303 1, 34 | makes a person known may be ~called his word, and so in that 304 1, 34 | way the Holy Ghost may be called the ~Son's Word, because 305 1, 35 | on a wall, this is not ~called an image unless the figure 306 1, 35 | proceeds, is ~properly speaking called the exemplar, and is improperly 307 1, 35 | exemplar, and is improperly called the ~image. Nevertheless 308 1, 35 | assimilated ~to anything is called its form, inasmuch as it 309 1, 35 | 3: Further, man is also called the image of God, according 310 1, 35 | the Holy Ghost cannot be called the Image of the Son, because 311 1, 35 | of the Father, He is not ~called the Image; because the Son 312 1, 35 | the second sense man ~is called the image of God; and therefore 313 1, 35 | in man, man is not simply called ~the image, but "to the 314 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost, Who ~is called not only the Holy Ghost, 315 1, 36 | that divine person Who is called the Holy Ghost, proceeds ~ 316 1, 36 | divine Person He cannot ~be called the Son of this or of that. 317 1, 36 | fact that the person who is called "Holy Ghost" has something 318 1, 36 | common to both, He Himself is called that ~properly which both 319 1, 36 | properly which both are called in common. For the Father 320 1, 36 | Son and Holy Ghost are called one Creator, ~because they 321 1, 36 | properties the Father can be called several principles, for ~ 322 1, 37 | Son and Holy ~Ghost are called Wisdom, and are not three 323 1, 37 | Holy Ghost should not be called Charity, and all ~together 324 1, 37 | this ~procession which are called "procession" and "spiration," 325 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 4: Gift is not so called from being actually given, 326 1, 38 | Hence the divine person is called Gift from ~eternity, although 327 1, 38 | Further, the Holy Ghost can be called the spirit of a man, ~whereas 328 1, 38 | man, ~whereas He cannot be called the gift of any man, but " 329 1, 38 | As the Son is properly called the Image because He proceeds ~ 330 1, 38 | as love, He is properly ~called Gift, although the Son, 331 1, 38 | actual giving, it cannot be called a gift of ~man, but the 332 1, 39 | to essence; whence it is called "suppositum" or "hypostasis." 333 1, 39 | follows that individuals are called "subjects," "supposita," 334 1, 39 | one of the people may be called the ruler of the people 335 1, 39 | essential attributes is called "appropriation."~Aquin.: 336 1, 39 | Son together only can be called wise, but not the ~Father 337 1, 39 | the Son. But the Son is called the Wisdom of the Father, ~ 338 1, 39 | clarity," whence things are called beautiful which have ~a 339 1, 39 | felicity or ~beatitude, is called use by him" (Hilary). But 340 1, 39 | the Father could not be called equal; because ~His equality 341 1, 40 | would ~prevent Him being called unbegotten." But if He had 342 1, 40 | of a person, and are thus called "personal properties." Hence, ~ 343 1, 40 | nativity; for the Son is so called ~because He is born. Therefore 344 1, 41 | order of this origin are called notional; because the notions 345 1, 41 | into a mobile object, is called "passion," so the origin 346 1, 41 | terminating in what is moved, is ~called "action." Hence, if we take 347 1, 41 | in Scripture the Son ~is called a creature; for it is said ( 348 1, 41 | not be properly and truly called the Son, whereas the ~contrary 349 1, 41 | by God out of nothing are called sons of God ~is to be taken 350 1, 41 | natural Son of God, He is called the "only begotten," according ~ 351 1, 41 | similitude to Him, He is called the "first begotten," according 352 1, 41 | nature. Thus the ~Son is called both created and begotten, 353 1, 41 | created ~spirit, sometimes called wind, sometimes air, sometimes 354 1, 41 | agent, that is properly ~called power, by which the agent 355 1, 42 | without priority; and this is called 'the order of nature': in ~ 356 1, 42 | origin is more correctly called ~the order of nature than 357 1, 43 | creature; as God Himself is called Lord ~temporally by change 358 1, 43 | Hence the procession may be ~called a twin procession, eternal 359 1, 43 | Hence ~gratuitous grace is called the "manifestation of the 360 1, 43 | knowledge; and ~this is properly called wisdom [sapientia], as it 361 1, 43 | nature ~assumed, the Son is called less than the Father. But 362 1, 43 | Him. Hence ~He cannot be called less than the Father by 363 1, 43 | which, indeed, cannot be called ~visible missions; because, 364 1, 44 | and the like, which are ~called the exemplars. Therefore 365 1, 44 | singular things, and ~these are called exemplars. Therefore the 366 1, 44 | things, which types we have ~called ideas - i.e. exemplar forms 367 1, 44 | things created one may be called the exemplar of another 368 1, 45 | First Principle, and this is called creation, and includes eight 369 1, 45 | accidents and the like are called beings, not as if they ~ 370 1, 45 | by them; as whiteness is called ~a being, inasmuch as its 371 1, 45 | exist, so they ought to be called rather "concreated" than " 372 1, 45 | For a created thing is called ~created because it is a 373 1, 45 | Such a representation is ~called a "trace": for a trace shows 374 1, 45 | represents Mercury; and this is called the representation of ~" 375 1, 45 | products of nature are ~called creatures.~ 376 1, 46 | the universe of creatures, called the world, ~had no beginning, 377 1, 46 | according as a thing is ~called absolutely possible, not 378 1, 47 | according as ideas are called exemplars, the plurality 379 1, 47 | world. For this world is called one by the unity of order, 380 1, 48 | In which even ~what is called evil, well ordered and in 381 1, 48 | this way even evil can be called a ~being. Through ignorance 382 1, 48 | subject of whiteness is called white. Therefore also ~the 383 1, 48 | the privation of sight is called blindness.~Aquin.: SMT FP 384 1, 48 | well what he has, man is called ~good, and from a bad will 385 1, 48 | and from a bad will he is called bad. For a man who has a 386 1, 49 | Reply OBJ 4: No being is called evil by participation, but 387 1, 50 | which in Holy Scripture is called ~angel; secondly, the creature 388 1, 50 | will. Therefore an angel is called an ever mobile ~substance, 389 1, 51 | lit. iii): "The demons are called animals of the ~atmosphere 390 1, 53 | the same thing, would be called movement: hence, in whichever ~ 391 1, 53 | substantial generation are called instantaneous movements.~ 392 1, 54 | Reply OBJ 1: An angel is called "intellect" and "mind," 393 1, 54 | and ~this power in us is called the active intellect.~Aquin.: 394 1, 54 | this reason the angels are called "intellects" and "minds," 395 1, 58 | 2/2~Therefore they are called "intellectual beings": because 396 1, 58 | the ~discursive method are called "rational"; and this comes 397 1, 58 | primordial being of things is called morning ~knowledge; and 398 1, 58 | faithful and the just is called light in ~comparison with 399 1, 58 | nature. It, ~therefore, it be called evening knowledge, in so 400 1, 58 | the things known. If it be called ~evening knowledge, in so 401 1, 59 | inclination towards good is called "a natural appetite." ~Others, 402 1, 59 | follows this apprehension is called "a ~sensitive appetite." 403 1, 59 | Reply OBJ 3: The will is called a mover which is moved, 404 1, 59 | remains undivided; and it is called the ~will.~Aquin.: SMT FP 405 1, 60 | For rational love is so ~called which follows deductive 406 1, 60 | This kind of love has been called by the name "concupiscence" 407 1, 60 | concupiscence" while the ~first is called "friendship."~Aquin.: SMT 408 1, 61 | or whatever ~else it be called. So Isidore says that the 409 1, 62 | and this is in a measure called beatitude or happiness. ~ 410 1, 62 | made without form, and was called "heaven": but afterwards 411 1, 62 | its form, and was then called "light." But such formation 412 1, 62 | hence (1 Jn. 3:9) grace is ~called the "seed" of God. As, then, 413 1, 62 | which act can so far be called an interval as through it ~ 414 1, 63 | Consequently avarice properly so called cannot be in them. But if 415 1, 63 | pride, ~he wished to be called God."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 416 1, 63 | malice of some men can be called natural, either ~because 417 1, 63 | first angel who sinned is ~called, not a Seraph, but a Cherub.~ 418 1, 64 | knowledge in its own ~nature is called "evening" knowledge. For 419 1, 64 | Divine light, and can be called evening knowledge; ~but 420 1, 64 | with the demons, it is ~not called evening, but "nocturnal" 421 1, 64 | separated from the light, "He called ~night."~Aquin.: SMT FP 422 1, 64 | will; and ~this is properly called his own act. Such an act 423 1, 65 | other things. Now a thing is called evil, in so far as it ~is 424 1, 65 | corporeal. But the devil is called the god of this world, not 425 1, 65 | of spiritual creatures (called "intelligences" by them, 426 1, 66 | the ~beginning confusion, called by the ancients chaos, existed 427 1, 66 | for which reason it is called "empty," ~or, according 428 1, 66 | considered in itself, it is called ~"invisible" or "void," 429 1, 66 | heaven wholly transparent, called by some the aqueous or ~ 430 1, 66 | So, ~then, that heaven is called the empyrean, i.e. fiery, 431 1, 66 | be fiery, and therefore called it empyrean or ethereal, ~ 432 1, 66 | empyrean upon that which is called the ~first heaven, and is 433 1, 67 | and that Christ is not called ~Light in the same sense 434 1, 67 | the same sense as He is called the Stone; the former is 435 1, 67 | signified by the words, "He called the light ~day, and the 436 1, 68 | is said (Gn. 1:8): "God called the firmament heaven." But 437 1, 68 | the air. "For a body ~is called firm," that is dense and 438 1, 68 | collected, which is also called heaven, but equivocally. 439 1, 68 | expressly said that ~"God called the firmament heaven"; just 440 1, 68 | verse it said ~that "God called the light day" (since the 441 1, 68 | to Strabus, one heaven is called ~empyrean, that is, fiery, 442 1, 68 | this ~other heaven will be called aqueous solely on account 443 1, 68 | that air is nothing, and called a space filled with air 444 1, 68 | heavens than one, they are so called univocally, for if equivocally 445 1, 68 | they could not properly be called many. If, then, they are 446 1, 68 | reason of which each is called heaven, but ~this common 447 1, 68 | that fly in the air are called ~birds of heaven [*Ps. 8: 448 1, 68 | transparent; and the third is called the starry ~heaven, in part 449 1, 68 | other seven, which may be called the seven heavens, are the 450 1, 68 | of these there is what is called a higher and a lower region 451 1, 68 | and ~intellectual, are called sometimes so many heavens, 452 1, 69 | holds the middle ~place, is called the "deep," because, as 453 1, 69 | together of the waters He called Seas."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 454 1, 69 | Wherefore it is written: "He called ~the dry land, Earth." It 455 1, 69 | that the ~expression, "He called," denotes throughout an 456 1, 69 | it said at first that "He called the light Day": ~for the 457 1, 69 | twenty-four hours is also called ~day, where it is said that " 458 1, 69 | that is, the air, "He called ~heaven": for that which 459 1, 69 | was first created was also called "heaven." And ~here, again, 460 1, 69 | waters had withdrawn, "He called, Earth," as distinct from 461 1, 69 | So by the expression "He called" we are to understand ~throughout 462 1, 70 | fifth, birds and fishes are called into being, to make ~beautiful 463 1, 70 | says, the two lights are called great, not so ~much with 464 1, 70 | animals, and that if ~they are called so, it can only be equivocally. 465 1, 70 | principle that moves it may be ~called intrinsic, and consequently 466 1, 73 | completion, wherefore it is called "the time of ~fulness [* 467 1, 73 | superfluous, for a thing is called perfect ~to which nothing 468 1, 73 | possible, movement cannot be called completed till it ~comes 469 1, 73 | every operation may be called a movement, and thus the 470 1, 74 | that all the days that are called seven, are one day ~represented 471 1, 74 | knowledge is appropriately called "day," since light, the 472 1, 74 | the artist, which may be called his ~intelligible word, 473 1, 74 | and says that it is so ~called according to the custom 474 1, 74 | He divided," or, "He called."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 475 1, 75 | some principle which is called its act. Therefore the soul, 476 1, 75 | the human soul, which is called the intellect or the mind, 477 1, 75 | part, so that a hand can be called "this particular ~thing" 478 1, 75 | nature, it can indeed be called "this particular ~thing," 479 1, 75 | accordance with truth, is called the "inward" man; and sometimes 480 1, 75 | sensitive part with the body is called man in the opinion of those 481 1, 75 | the senses. And this is called the ~"outward" man.~Aquin.: 482 1, 75 | hand, or a ~foot, is not called a hypostasis, or a person; 483 1, 75 | likewise, is the soul ~alone so called, since it is a part of the 484 1, 76 | understand, whether it be called the intellect or the ~intellectual 485 1, 76 | whatever. ~This power is called the intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 486 1, 76 | genus." Now an ~animal is so called from its having a sensitive 487 1, 76 | intellectual soul; while he is called "animal" by reason of his 488 1, 76 | clear that when the soul is called the act, the soul itself ~ 489 1, 77 | subject of its power, is called the ~first act, with a further 490 1, 77 | essence ~of a thing cannot be called accident in this sense; 491 1, 37 | Son and Holy ~Ghost are called Wisdom, and are not three 492 1, 37 | Holy Ghost should not be called Charity, and all ~together 493 1, 37 | this ~procession which are called "procession" and "spiration," 494 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 4: Gift is not so called from being actually given, 495 1, 38 | Hence the divine person is called Gift from ~eternity, although 496 1, 38 | Further, the Holy Ghost can be called the spirit of a man, ~whereas 497 1, 38 | man, ~whereas He cannot be called the gift of any man, but " 498 1, 38 | As the Son is properly called the Image because He proceeds ~ 499 1, 38 | as love, He is properly ~called Gift, although the Son, 500 1, 38 | actual giving, it cannot be called a gift of ~man, but the


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