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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | DOCTRINE (TEN ARTICLES)~To place our purpose within proper 2 1, 1 | nature or of grace, in place of a definition, in regard 3 1, 1 | by ~taking the effect in place of a definition of the cause.~ 4 1, 1 | which holds the highest place of all. But to proceed by 5 1, 2 | effect, this effect takes the place of the definition of the 6 1, 5 | iii) assigned the first place, amongst ~the other names 7 1, 5 | the converse ought to take place, so that there should be ~ 8 1, 5 | because they are out of place and incongruous."~Aquin.: 9 1, 5 | towards which it tends, e.g. a place or ~form; or a state of 10 1, 6 | perfection is to rest in its own place. This triple ~perfection 11 1, 6 | denominated "placed" from "place," and "measured" from "measure." 12 1, 7 | is ~finite according to place. Therefore that which is 13 1, 7 | unless it is out of its place; and this could not ~happen 14 1, 7 | for it would occupy every place, and thus ~every place would 15 1, 7 | every place, and thus ~every place would be indifferently its 16 1, 7 | be indifferently its own place. Neither could it move ~ 17 1, 7 | necessarily transferred to a place occupied by another part, 18 1, 7 | could ~never occupy the place belonging to any other.~ 19 1, 8 | rather than He is in any ~place."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[ 20 1, 8 | everywhere means ~to be in every place. But to be in every place 21 1, 8 | place. But to be in every place does not belong to God, 22 1, 8 | does not belong to be in place at all; for "incorporeal 23 1, 8 | Hebdom.), "are not in a place." Therefore God is not ~ 24 1, 8 | same as the ~relation of place to permanence. But one indivisible 25 1, 8 | permanent things be in every place. Now ~the divine being is 26 1, 8 | what is wholly in any one place is not in part ~elsewhere. 27 1, 8 | But if God is in any one place He is all there; for He 28 1, 8 | 1/1~I answer that, Since place is a thing, to be in place 29 1, 8 | place is a thing, to be in place can be understood ~in a 30 1, 8 | thus the accidents of a place ~are in place; or by a way 31 1, 8 | accidents of a place ~are in place; or by a way proper to place; 32 1, 8 | place; or by a way proper to place; and thus things placed 33 1, 8 | things placed are in ~a place. Now in both these senses, 34 1, 8 | some way God is in every place; and ~this is to be everywhere. 35 1, 8 | operation; so He is in every place as giving it ~existence 36 1, 8 | Again, things placed are in place, inasmuch ~as they fill 37 1, 8 | inasmuch ~as they fill place; and God fills every place; 38 1, 8 | place; and God fills every place; not, indeed, like a body, ~ 39 1, 8 | for a body is said to fill place inasmuch as it excludes 40 1, 8 | whereas by God being in a place, others are not thereby ~ 41 1, 8 | things that fill every place, He Himself fills every 42 1, 8 | He Himself fills every place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[2] 43 1, 8 | Incorporeal things are in place not by contact of dimensive ~ 44 1, 8 | cannot be in many parts of place, ~or in many places; likewise 45 1, 8 | and in a small or large place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[2] 46 1, 8 | therefore is whole in any place by totality of quantity, ~ 47 1, 8 | cannot be outside of that place, because the quantity of 48 1, 8 | commensurate to the quantity of the place; and hence there is no ~ 49 1, 8 | quantity without totality of place. But totality of essence ~ 50 1, 8 | commensurate to the totality of place. Hence it is not necessary ~ 51 1, 8 | substance or essence in that place in ~which its substance 52 1, 8 | be treated of in its own place (TP).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] 53 1, 8 | everywhere, because there is no place ~outside it. Therefore to 54 1, 8 | any body were infinite, no place would exist outside ~of 55 1, 8 | not, of itself, exist ~in place, but accidentally; neither 56 1, 8 | it is not wholly in each place, but according to ~its parts; 57 1, 9 | neither by time, nor by place." ~Therefore God is in some 58 1, 9 | privation of this or that place. On the other hand ~incorporeal 59 1, 9 | 4); the other as regards place, ~inasmuch as by their finite 60 1, 9 | them mutability as regards place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[9] A[2] 61 1, 10 | have ~changeableness of place. The same applies to the 62 1, 11 | Trinity holds the first place."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 63 1, 12 | This, indeed, does not take place as if one had a ~more perfect 64 1, 12 | similitude; but it will take place because one intellect ~will 65 1, 12 | who knows. Now this takes place in two ways. For as things 66 1, 13 | word "lapis" which has no place in ~English]. So we must 67 1, 14 | He occupies the highest place in knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 16 | itself determination to any ~place or time, as primary matter 69 1, 16 | universals are independent of place and time. It does not, however, ~ 70 1, 17 | intellect; since whatever takes place ~in things proceeds from 71 1, 17 | A[2]), and this takes place through the senses ~apprehending 72 1, 17 | up in it. This can ~take place in two ways. In one way, 73 1, 17 | of it thereby; as takes place in ~demonstrations, in which 74 1, 18 | are out of their proper place; for when they are in the ~ 75 1, 18 | for when they are in the ~place that is proper and natural 76 1, 18 | further ~power of moving from place to place, as perfect animals, 77 1, 18 | of moving from place to place, as perfect animals, such 78 1, 18 | is ~found. In the first place, the end moves the agent: 79 1, 19 | whatever God simply wills takes place; although ~what He wills 80 1, 19 | antecedently may not take place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 81 1, 19 | that which can exist in a place or not in that place, ~is 82 1, 19 | in a place or not in that place, ~is changeable locally. 83 1, 19 | and ~this does not take place without a change in him. 84 1, 19 | Yet this did not take place, since from eternity it 85 1, 20 | force." But this cannot take place in God, since He is simple. ~ 86 1, 20 | truth; and in the second place to particular ~and special 87 1, 20 | other, as it were, in the place of himself; and regards 88 1, 22 | an agent ~something takes place which has no reference towards 89 1, 22 | any effect should take ~place outside the range of that 90 1, 22 | sent to meet at the one place, in such a way ~that the 91 1, 22 | reach to that which takes place in nature from necessity; 92 1, 23 | that predestination does place something in the ~predestined. 93 1, 23 | hold a high ~and some a low place in the universe. That this 94 1, 23 | stones should be in this place, and some in that ~place. 95 1, 23 | place, and some in that ~place. Neither on this account 96 1, 23 | its effect ~should take place from necessity. For it was 97 1, 23 | as he takes the former's place. ~For God does not permit 98 1, 23 | men are substituted in the place of ~the fallen angels; and 99 1, 25 | does any imperfection find place. Whence it ~most fittingly 100 1, 25 | the corporeal creature in place and ~time, as Augustine 101 1, 25 | beyond what actually ~takes place - as, for instance, from 102 1, 25 | in the order which He has place in ~things. Again, because 103 1, 26 | aggregation of goods has no ~place in God; nor has composition. 104 1, 26 | promised by ~riches; in place of power, He has omnipotence; 105 1, 26 | government of all things; and in place of fame, He possesses the ~ 106 1, 27 | within the agent, takes place outside the intellectual 107 1, 28 | logically. Hence ~in the same place he says that although action 108 1, 29 | accidental differences in ~the place of substantial; as, for 109 1, 30 | notion of measure has no ~place, because the magnitude of 110 1, 30 | kind of quantity has no place in God, ~asserted that the 111 1, 31 | Trinity in Unity," we do not place ~number in the unity of 112 1, 31 | three times one; but ~we place the Persons numbered in 113 1, 34 | truth, and this has ~no place in God. But when the intellect 114 1, 36 | relation, still it takes the place of a relative term, inasmuch 115 1, 36 | because it is the bailiff's place to act, since he is master 116 1, 36 | but it is not the mallet's place to act, but only to be made ~ 117 1, 39 | material cause; which has no place in God; and ~sometimes it 118 1, 41 | passion. But ~we do not place passions in God. Therefore 119 1, 42 | quantity, which we call place and ~time. Nor can there 120 1, 42 | and ~has, therefore, no place in God. There is also quantity 121 1, 42 | genera; but this mode ~has no place in God, for the Father is 122 1, 43 | is sent, departs from one place and comes anew ~into another. 123 1, 43 | he present before in the place whereto he is sent, ~or 124 1, 43 | sender. This, however, has no place in the ~mission of a divine 125 1, 43 | Hence such a mission takes place without a separation, having 126 1, 43 | invisible mission takes ~place according to the gift of 127 1, 43 | other, because neither takes place without sanctifying grace, 128 1, 43 | visible sign which took place on the day of Pentecost.~ 129 1, 43 | invisible mission takes place also as regards progress ~ 130 1, 43 | the visible mission takes place by way of union to a ~visible 131 1, 43 | His visible mission takes place in all these things.~Aquin.: 132 1, 44 | perceived transmutation to take place in bodies in regard to essential ~ 133 1, 45 | nothing." But this ~has no place in the first emanation from 134 1, 45 | to quantity, quality and place; but sometimes it is the 135 1, 45 | operation of nature takes place only on the ~presupposition 136 1, 46 | hold that there was no place or space before the world 137 1, 46 | signifies only an imaginary place, according as it is ~possible 138 1, 48 | well ordered and in its place, is the eminent ~commendation 139 1, 49 | its own perfectly ordered place, as was said above (Q[47], 140 1, 50 | contained in corporeal ~place, still they are none the 141 1, 51 | things; ~and in the first place about their comparison with 142 1, 51 | heavenly bodies do not change place in their entirety; nor for 143 1, 52 | THE ANGELS IN RELATION TO PLACE (THREE ARTICLES)~We now 144 1, 52 | We now inquire into the place of the angels. Touching 145 1, 52 | inquiry:~(1) Is the angel in a place?~(2) Can he be in several 146 1, 52 | several angels be in the same place?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 147 1, 52 | Whether an angel is in a place?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 148 1, 52 | that an angel is not in a place. For Boethius says ~(De 149 1, 52 | incorporeal are not in a place." And again, Aristotle observes ( 150 1, 52 | everything existing which is in a place, but ~only a movable body." 151 1, 52 | Therefore an angel is not in a place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 152 1, 52 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, place is a "quantity having position." 153 1, 52 | everything ~which is in a place has some position. Now to 154 1, 52 | Therefore an angel is not in a ~place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 155 1, 52 | OBJ 3: Further, to be in a place is to be measured and to 156 1, 52 | to be contained ~by such place, as is evident from the 157 1, 52 | measured nor contained by a place, ~because the container 158 1, 52 | Therefore an angel is not in a ~place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 159 1, 52 | befitting an angel to be in a place; yet an angel ~and a body 160 1, 52 | body are said to be in a place in quite a different sense. 161 1, 52 | body is said to be in a place in such a way that it is 162 1, 52 | that it is applied to such place ~according to the contact 163 1, 52 | said to be in a corporeal place by application of the angelic ~ 164 1, 52 | any manner whatever to any place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 165 1, 52 | deemed ~commensurate with a place, or that he occupies a space 166 1, 52 | angel to be contained by a place; because an incorporeal 167 1, 52 | angel is said to be in a place which ~is corporeal, not 168 1, 52 | since the angel is ~in a place by the application of his 169 1, 52 | application of his power to the place, it follows that ~he is 170 1, 52 | places, but in only one place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 171 1, 52 | angel could be only in a place which is a point. But they ~ 172 1, 52 | his regard one indivisible place as to situation: any ~place 173 1, 52 | place as to situation: any ~place which is either divisible 174 1, 52 | power, ~corresponds as one place to him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 175 1, 52 | evident that to be in a place appertains quite ~differently 176 1, 52 | God. For a body is in a place ~in a circumscribed fashion, 177 1, 52 | since it is measured by the place. An angel, ~however, is 178 1, 52 | is not ~measured by the place, but definitively, because 179 1, 52 | definitively, because he is in a place in such ~a manner that he 180 1, 52 | applied, is ~reputed as one place, even though it be continuous.~ 181 1, 52 | the same time in the same place? ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 182 1, 52 | the same time in the ~same place. For several bodies cannot 183 1, 52 | the same time in the same ~place, because they fill the place. 184 1, 52 | place, because they fill the place. But the angels do not fill 185 1, 52 | the angels do not fill a place, ~because only a body fills 186 1, 52 | because only a body fills a place, so that it be not empty, 187 1, 52 | angels can ~be in the one place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 188 1, 52 | the ~one time in the one place: because there is no place 189 1, 52 | place: because there is no place which is not filled ~with 190 1, 52 | two angels be in the same place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 191 1, 52 | the ~one time in the same place; and consequently for the 192 1, 52 | not two angels in the same place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 193 1, 52 | not two angels in the same place. The reason of ~this is 194 1, 52 | angel is said to be in one place by the fact that his power 195 1, 52 | that his power touches ~the place immediately by way of a 196 1, 52 | be but one angel in one place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 197 1, 52 | from being in the same ~place because of their filling 198 1, 52 | because of their filling the place; but for another reason, 199 1, 52 | and a body are not in a place in the same way; ~hence 200 1, 53 | Whether in passing from place to place he passes through 201 1, 53 | in passing from place to place he passes through intervening ~ 202 1, 53 | As, however, to ~be in a place belongs equivocally to a 203 1, 53 | movement. For a body is in a place in so far as it is ~contained 204 1, 53 | is ~contained under the place, and is commensurate with 205 1, 53 | is commensurate with the place. Hence it ~is necessary 206 1, 53 | be commensurate with the ~place, and according to its exigency. 207 1, 53 | But an angel is not in a place as commensurate and ~contained, 208 1, 53 | be commensurate with the place, nor for it ~to be according 209 1, 53 | according to the exigency of the place, so as to have continuity ~ 210 1, 53 | since the angel is in ~a place only by virtual contact, 211 1, 53 | movement of an angel in a place is nothing ~else than the 212 1, 53 | from assigning a divisible place to an angel ~according to 213 1, 53 | contact; just as a divisible place is assigned to a ~body by 214 1, 53 | all ~at once, quits the place in which it was before, 215 1, 53 | successively ~quit the divisible place in which he was before, 216 1, 53 | all at once quit the whole place, and in the ~same instant 217 1, 53 | to the whole of another place, and thus his ~movement 218 1, 53 | quantity, to which responds a place necessarily ~indivisible. 219 1, 53 | s substance, but to the place); ~because at the outset 220 1, 53 | in the ~whole divisible place from which he begins to 221 1, 53 | is in part of the first place which he quits, ~and in 222 1, 53 | and in part of the second place which he occupies. This 223 1, 53 | he can occupy a divisible place by applying his power; as 224 1, 53 | is movable according to place, that it is divisible according 225 1, 53 | space first travels ~along a place of its own dimensions, before 226 1, 53 | through a greater. ~But the place responding to an angel, 227 1, 53 | angel be moved from one place to another, then, ~when 228 1, 53 | moved while existing in some place. But he was ~not moved so 229 1, 53 | a body is not moved from place to place except in ~time. 230 1, 53 | not moved from place to place except in ~time. But in 231 1, 53 | body moved is not in one place and in ~another; for if 232 1, 53 | were in one and the same place in two "nows," it would ~ 233 1, 53 | else than to be in the same place now and previously. Therefore 234 1, 53 | is evident that the first place from which the ~movement 235 1, 53 | of the one palm; and the place wherein the ~movement ends 236 1, 53 | palm is the beginning of a place, and a distinct ~point in 237 1, 53 | by and contained ~under a place; hence it is bound to follow 238 1, 53 | bound to follow the laws of place in its ~movement. But an 239 1, 53 | substance is not subject to place as contained ~thereby, but 240 1, 53 | control ~to apply himself to a place just as he wills, either 241 1, 53 | without ~the intervening place. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 242 1, 53 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The place of an angel is not taken 243 1, 53 | power: and so the ~angel's place can be divisible, and is 244 1, 53 | if an angel be moved from place to place in time, it is ~ 245 1, 53 | angel be moved from place to place in time, it is ~manifest 246 1, 53 | time, he is either in the ~place immediately preceding, which 247 1, 53 | rest is to be in the same place now and previously, as was ~ 248 1, 53 | when an angel is moved from place to ~place, during the whole 249 1, 53 | is moved from place to ~place, during the whole of the 250 1, 53 | to say ~that he is in any place during the whole time, and 251 1, 53 | now" ~he is in another place: but some "now" must be 252 1, 53 | was ~last in the preceding place. But where there are many " 253 1, 53 | an angel can be in ~one place in one instant, and in another 254 1, 53 | instant, and in another place in the next instant, ~without 255 1, 53 | applied to a part of the first place and to a part of the ~second, 256 1, 54 | be fourfold. In the first place ~inquiry must be made into 257 1, 54 | but the whole action takes place within the agent. It is 258 1, 55 | for he is not moved to a place for the purpose of acquiring ~ 259 1, 57 | singulars. In the first place this derogates from the 260 1, 57 | does not know it as taking place now, except by the ~senses. 261 1, 57 | so ~is it by reason of place. But angels know things 262 1, 57 | are distant ~according to place. Therefore they likewise 263 1, 57 | Things distant according to place are already existing in ~ 264 1, 58 | light that shineth in a dark place." So the ~angel's knowledge 265 1, 59 | FOUR ARTICLES)~In the next place we must treat of things 266 1, 59 | the ~angels. In the first place we shall treat of the will 267 1, 59 | that, We must necessarily place a will in the angels. In ~ 268 1, 59 | essence; as tendency to a place comes from gravity or ~lightness, 269 1, 60 | that, We must necessarily place natural love in the angels. 270 1, 61 | threefold. In the ~first place we must see how they were 271 1, 61 | the angels to have taken place ~previously to that of the 272 1, 61 | created in any corporeal place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 273 1, 61 | in the highest corporeal place, as presiding over all ~ 274 1, 61 | were created in a corporeal place, not as if ~depending upon 275 1, 61 | were made in a corporeal place in order ~to show their 276 1, 61 | were created in the highest place of the ~corporeal creature; 277 1, 62 | from the earth did not take place at once ~among the first 278 1, 62 | occupying the ~foremost place not to be able to advance. 279 1, 63 | NINE ARTICLES)~In the next place we must consider how angels 280 1, 63 | measured by time, and take place successively; thus, if ~ 281 1, 64 | their grief;~(4) Of their place of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 282 1, 64 | atmosphere is the demons' place of punishment?~Aquin.: SMT 283 1, 64 | atmosphere is not the demons' place of ~punishment. For a demon 284 1, 64 | nature is ~not affected by place. Therefore there is no place 285 1, 64 | place. Therefore there is no place of punishment for ~demons.~ 286 1, 64 | the demons'. But man's ~place of punishment is hell. Much 287 1, 64 | therefore, is it the demons' ~place of punishment; and consequently 288 1, 64 | darksome atmosphere ~is not the place of punishment for the demons.~ 289 1, 64 | Consequently a twofold place of punishment ~is due to 290 1, 64 | atmosphere is their due place of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 291 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A place is not penal to angel or 292 1, 64 | apprehends that it is in a place not agreeable to ~its will.~ 293 1, 64 | that, although a heavenly place belongs to ~the glory of 294 1, 64 | for they consider that place to be their own; in the 295 1, 64 | them to be cast out of a place where they could ~injure 296 1, 65 | other respects, such as place, for instance, the heavenly 297 1, 65 | erroneous. In the first place, ~because it is contrary 298 1, 65 | Equality of justice has its place in retribution, since ~equal 299 1, 65 | potentiality to act can have taken place, and ~accordingly, the corporeal 300 1, 66 | Plato says that matter is "place" [*Timaeus, quoted by Aristotle, 301 1, 66 | third distinction is that of place; since the earth is said 302 1, 66 | potentiality with regard to place, though not to being, and 303 1, 66 | respect to ~being, but only to place, as Aristotle [*De Coelo 304 1, 66 | the empyrean heaven is the place of ~contemplation, and not 305 1, 66 | of this world. ~Corporeal place, therefore, cannot be the 306 1, 66 | in holding it to be the place of the blessed. Strabus 307 1, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Corporeal place is assigned to contemplation, 308 1, 66 | of created things, so ~is place. Place, then, as truly as 309 1, 66 | created things, so ~is place. Place, then, as truly as time, 310 1, 66 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 5: Place is implied as existing in 311 1, 66 | the universe. And since place has reference to ~things 312 1, 67 | that "light takes the first place among bodies."Therefore ~ 313 1, 67 | bodies cannot occupy the same place simultaneously. ~But this 314 1, 67 | First, ~on the part of place. For the place of any one 315 1, 67 | the part of place. For the place of any one body is different 316 1, 67 | simultaneously in the same place; ~since contiguity requires 317 1, 67 | requires distinction of place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 318 1, 67 | everything that moves from one place to ~another must pass through 319 1, 67 | For because movement ~from place to place is naturally first 320 1, 67 | movement ~from place to place is naturally first in the 321 1, 67 | the idea of remoteness of place, to that of all ~contraries, 322 1, 67 | of itself. In the second place, because it is impossible 323 1, 67 | first, but a subordinate place. The production of light, 324 1, 67 | of light. In the first place because light is a quality 325 1, 67 | light should take first ~place, since light is a form of 326 1, 67 | which light holds the first ~place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 327 1, 67 | darkness. Secondly, as to place, for in ~one hemisphere 328 1, 68 | composite nature have their place ~upon the earth, and not 329 1, 68 | water, it is kept in its place ~above the firmament by 330 1, 68 | naturally ~one and the same place. But the Philosopher says ( 331 1, 68 | distinct from water ~by place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 332 1, 68 | purpose, the higher being the place of their begetting, the ~ 333 1, 68 | begetting, the ~lower, the place of their repose.~Aquin.: 334 1, 68 | Para. 3/6~In the second place, the name heaven is applied 335 1, 69 | the waters should ~take place, as recorded, on the third 336 1, 69 | of the waters should take place on the third day. For what 337 1, 69 | 1]]. ~There was then no place on the earth to which the 338 1, 69 | contact cannot occupy ~one place. But not all the waters 339 1, 69 | gathered together into one place. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 340 1, 69 | is recorded in the first ~place, where it is said that light 341 1, 69 | indicated in the second place, by the words, "Let there 342 1, 69 | origin only. But in the third place the impression of elemental 343 1, 69 | which holds the middle ~place, is called the "deep," because, 344 1, 69 | of the highest body took place on the first day. And ~since 345 1, 69 | as ~regards movement from place to place, and that for this 346 1, 69 | regards movement from place to place, and that for this reason 347 1, 69 | a greater height at the place where they were ~gathered 348 1, 69 | gathered together into one place. Or, "one place" is to be ~ 349 1, 69 | into one place. Or, "one place" is to be ~understood not 350 1, 69 | but as contrasted with the place of the dry land, ~so that 351 1, 69 | gathered together in one ~place," that is, apart from the 352 1, 69 | production of plants should take place on ~the third day?~Aquin.: 353 1, 69 | production of ~plants should take place on the third day. For plants 354 1, 69 | to be recorded as ~taking place on the third day, which 355 1, 69 | gathered ~together into one place and the dry land appeared"; 356 1, 69 | within the earth, took place before they sprang up from 357 1, 70 | Para. 2/3~In the first place, then, we consider the work 358 1, 70 | the cause of what takes place upon the earth. Therefore 359 1, 70 | into day and night took place ~on the first day, as regards 360 1, 74 | adornment is said to take place ~"in a day," but creation " 361 1, 74 | God to move and to occupy place. Therefore the words, "The 362 1, 74 | but differently in either place. For ~distinction and adornment 363 1, 74 | that movement is not one of place, but of ~pre-eminent power, 364 1, 75 | SUBSTANCE: AND IN ~THE FIRST PLACE, CONCERNING WHAT BELONGS 365 1, 75 | understanding does ~not take place without a phantasm, which 366 1, 75 | quantity, which has no place in these incorporeal substances, 367 1, 76 | removed from its proper ~place, retaining meanwhile an 368 1, 76 | inclination for its proper ~place; so the human soul retains 369 1, 76 | Body Para. 3/6~In the first place, an animal would not be 370 1, 76 | bodies cannot be in the same place. Whence it follows that 371 1, 76 | nature, holds the ~lowest place among intellectual substances; 372 1, 77 | that, Of necessity we must place several powers in the soul. 373 1, 39 | material cause; which has no place in God; and ~sometimes it 374 1, 41 | passion. But ~we do not place passions in God. Therefore 375 1, 42 | quantity, which we call place and ~time. Nor can there 376 1, 42 | and ~has, therefore, no place in God. There is also quantity 377 1, 42 | genera; but this mode ~has no place in God, for the Father is 378 1, 43 | is sent, departs from one place and comes anew ~into another. 379 1, 43 | he present before in the place whereto he is sent, ~or 380 1, 43 | sender. This, however, has no place in the ~mission of a divine 381 1, 43 | Hence such a mission takes place without a separation, having 382 1, 43 | invisible mission takes ~place according to the gift of 383 1, 43 | other, because neither takes place without sanctifying grace, 384 1, 43 | visible sign which took place on the day of Pentecost.~ 385 1, 43 | invisible mission takes place also as regards progress ~ 386 1, 43 | the visible mission takes place by way of union to a ~visible 387 1, 43 | His visible mission takes place in all these things.~Aquin.: 388 1, 45 | perceived transmutation to take place in bodies in regard to essential ~ 389 1, 46 | nothing." But this ~has no place in the first emanation from 390 1, 46 | to quantity, quality and place; but sometimes it is the 391 1, 46 | operation of nature takes place only on the ~presupposition 392 1, 47 | hold that there was no place or space before the world 393 1, 47 | signifies only an imaginary place, according as it is ~possible 394 1, 49 | well ordered and in its place, is the eminent ~commendation 395 1, 50 | its own perfectly ordered place, as was said above (Q[47], 396 1, 51 | contained in corporeal ~place, still they are none the 397 1, 52 | things; ~and in the first place about their comparison with 398 1, 52 | heavenly bodies do not change place in their entirety; nor for 399 1, 53 | THE ANGELS IN RELATION TO PLACE (THREE ARTICLES)~We now 400 1, 53 | We now inquire into the place of the angels. Touching 401 1, 53 | inquiry:~(1) Is the angel in a place?~(2) Can he be in several 402 1, 53 | several angels be in the same place?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 403 1, 53 | Whether an angel is in a place?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 404 1, 53 | that an angel is not in a place. For Boethius says ~(De 405 1, 53 | incorporeal are not in a place." And again, Aristotle observes ( 406 1, 53 | everything existing which is in a place, but ~only a movable body." 407 1, 53 | Therefore an angel is not in a place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 408 1, 53 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, place is a "quantity having position." 409 1, 53 | everything ~which is in a place has some position. Now to 410 1, 53 | Therefore an angel is not in a ~place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 411 1, 53 | OBJ 3: Further, to be in a place is to be measured and to 412 1, 53 | to be contained ~by such place, as is evident from the 413 1, 53 | measured nor contained by a place, ~because the container 414 1, 53 | Therefore an angel is not in a ~place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 415 1, 53 | befitting an angel to be in a place; yet an angel ~and a body 416 1, 53 | body are said to be in a place in quite a different sense. 417 1, 53 | body ~is said to be in a place in such a way that it is 418 1, 53 | that it is applied to such place ~according to the contact 419 1, 53 | said to be in a corporeal place by application of the angelic ~ 420 1, 53 | any manner whatever to any place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 421 1, 53 | deemed ~commensurate with a place, or that he occupies a space 422 1, 53 | angel to be contained by a place; because an incorporeal 423 1, 53 | angel is said to be in a place which ~is corporeal, not 424 1, 53 | since the angel is ~in a place by the application of his 425 1, 53 | application of his power to the place, it follows that ~he is 426 1, 53 | places, but in only one place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 427 1, 53 | angel could be only in a place which is a point. But they ~ 428 1, 53 | his regard one indivisible place as to situation: any ~place 429 1, 53 | place as to situation: any ~place which is either divisible 430 1, 53 | power, ~corresponds as one place to him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 431 1, 53 | evident that to be in a place appertains quite ~differently 432 1, 53 | God. For a body is in a place ~in a circumscribed fashion, 433 1, 53 | since it is measured by the place. An angel, ~however, is 434 1, 53 | is not ~measured by the place, but definitively, because 435 1, 53 | definitively, because he is in a place in such ~a manner that he 436 1, 53 | applied, is ~reputed as one place, even though it be continuous.~ 437 1, 53 | the same time in the same place? ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 438 1, 53 | the same time in the ~same place. For several bodies cannot 439 1, 53 | the same time in the same ~place, because they fill the place. 440 1, 53 | place, because they fill the place. But the angels do not fill 441 1, 53 | the angels do not fill a place, ~because only a body fills 442 1, 53 | because only a body fills a place, so that it be not empty, 443 1, 53 | angels can ~be in the one place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 444 1, 53 | the ~one time in the one place: because there is no place 445 1, 53 | place: because there is no place which is not filled ~with 446 1, 53 | two angels be in the same place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 447 1, 53 | the ~one time in the same place; and consequently for the 448 1, 53 | not two angels in the same place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 449 1, 53 | not two angels in the same place. The reason of ~this is 450 1, 53 | angel is said to be in one place by the fact that his power 451 1, 53 | that his power touches ~the place immediately by way of a 452 1, 53 | be but one angel in one place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 453 1, 53 | from being in the same ~place because of their filling 454 1, 53 | because of their filling the place; but for another reason, 455 1, 53 | and a body are not in a place in the same way; ~hence 456 1, 54 | Whether in passing from place to place he passes through 457 1, 54 | in passing from place to place he passes through intervening ~ 458 1, 54 | As, however, to ~be in a place belongs equivocally to a 459 1, 54 | movement. For a body is in a place in so far as it is ~contained 460 1, 54 | is ~contained under the place, and is commensurate with 461 1, 54 | is commensurate with the place. Hence it ~is necessary 462 1, 54 | be commensurate with the ~place, and according to its exigency. 463 1, 54 | But an angel is not in a place as commensurate and ~contained, 464 1, 54 | be commensurate with the place, nor for it ~to be according 465 1, 54 | according to the exigency of the place, so as to have continuity ~ 466 1, 54 | since the angel is in ~a place only by virtual contact, 467 1, 54 | movement of an angel in a place is nothing ~else than the 468 1, 54 | from assigning a divisible place to an angel ~according to 469 1, 54 | contact; just as a divisible place is assigned to a ~body by 470 1, 54 | all ~at once, quits the place in which it was before, 471 1, 54 | successively ~quit the divisible place in which he was before, 472 1, 54 | all at once quit the whole place, and in the ~same instant 473 1, 54 | to the whole of another place, and thus his ~movement 474 1, 54 | quantity, to which responds a place necessarily ~indivisible. 475 1, 54 | s substance, but to the place); ~because at the outset 476 1, 54 | in the ~whole divisible place from which he begins to 477 1, 54 | is in part of the first place which he quits, ~and in 478 1, 54 | and in part of the second place which he occupies. This 479 1, 54 | he can occupy a divisible place by applying his power; as 480 1, 54 | is movable according to place, that it is divisible according 481 1, 54 | space first travels ~along a place of its own dimensions, before 482 1, 54 | through a greater. ~But the place responding to an angel, 483 1, 54 | angel be moved from one place to another, then, ~when 484 1, 54 | moved while existing in some place. But he was ~not moved so 485 1, 54 | a body is not moved from place to place except in ~time. 486 1, 54 | not moved from place to place except in ~time. But in 487 1, 54 | body moved is not in one place and in ~another; for if 488 1, 54 | were in one and the same place in two "nows," it would ~ 489 1, 54 | else than to be in the same place now and previously. Therefore 490 1, 54 | is evident that the first place from which the ~movement 491 1, 54 | of the one palm; and the place wherein the ~movement ends 492 1, 54 | palm is the beginning of a place, and a distinct ~point in 493 1, 54 | by and contained ~under a place; hence it is bound to follow 494 1, 54 | bound to follow the laws of place in its ~movement. But an 495 1, 54 | substance is not subject to place as contained ~thereby, but 496 1, 54 | control ~to apply himself to a place just as he wills, either 497 1, 54 | without ~the intervening place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 498 1, 54 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The place of an angel is not taken 499 1, 54 | power: and so the ~angel's place can be divisible, and is 500 1, 54 | if an angel be moved from place to place in time, it is ~


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