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1 1, 1 | above whatsoever we may ~say or think of Him. Thirdly, 2 1, 2 | not in space." Therefore I say that this proposition, " 3 1, 3 | individual matter - that is to say, to ~"this" matter - the 4 1, 3 | form about God ~when we say "God is," is true; and this 5 1, 3 | accurate, ~it is better to say that they are, not different, 6 1, 4 | not belong to God. For we say a ~thing is perfect if it 7 1, 4 | likeness. Thus we do not say that sweetness is like ~ 8 1, 4 | which is ~caused." For, we say that a statue is like a 9 1, 6 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: When we say that good is what all desire, 10 1, 6 | different genera. Now we say that God is ~not in the 11 1, 6 | essentially, it is necessary to say ~that its goodness is not 12 1, 8 | in ~their nature, we must say absolutely that God is.~ 13 1, 8 | Therefore it is ~superfluous to say that God is present in things 14 1, 8 | these it is necessary to say that ~God is in all things 15 1, 8 | these it is necessary to say that God is in all things 16 1, 8 | these it is necessary to say that He is in all things 17 1, 9 | wisdom to ~things; as when we say that the sun proceeds to 18 1, 10 | together; ~nevertheless, we may say that a day or an hour are 19 1, 10 | before" and "after." We say ~then that since eternity 20 1, 10 | accidental ~change. Now to say that an angel was, or is, 21 1, 10 | parts of ~time. But when we say that an angel is, or was, 22 1, 10 | power. ~Whereas when we say he will be, we do not as 23 1, 10 | exists on this subject. Some say there ~is only one aeviternity; 24 1, 10 | Body Para. 2/3~Now some say that there is only one time 25 1, 10 | it would be necessary to say ~that there is one aeviternity 26 1, 10 | s duration; and thus we say many aeviternities when 27 1, 11 | statement; therefore we must say that the "one" which is ~ 28 1, 11 | follow that it is nugatory to say "being" is ~"one"; forasmuch 29 1, 12 | some like thing. ~Hence to say that God is seen by some 30 1, 12 | by some similitude, is to say that the ~divine essence 31 1, 12 | receiving, if it is right to say so, the whole ~beauty of 32 1, 12 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if we say that He is seen as a "whole," 33 1, 12 | both see that ~what you say is true, and we both see 34 1, 12 | we both see that what I say is true; where, I ~ask, 35 1, 12 | of prophecy. We may also say that ~Jacob spoke thus to 36 1, 13 | or whatever else we may say of that ~simplicity whereby 37 1, 13 | they assert that when we say that God lives, we mean 38 1, 13 | taught by Rabbi Moses. Others say that these names ~applied 39 1, 13 | cause of bodies. So also to say that He is a body ~implies 40 1, 13 | assuredly mean more than to say the He is the ~cause of 41 1, 13 | imperfectly. So when we say, "God is good," the meaning 42 1, 13 | in ~English]. So we must say that these kinds of divine 43 1, 13 | themselves, as if when we say "God ~lives," the sense 44 1, 13 | metaphorically, as ~when we say, God is a stone, or a lion, 45 1, 13 | are redundant, as ~when we say, "vesture clothing." Therefore 46 1, 13 | synonymous, we cannot properly say "good God" or the like, 47 1, 13 | apprehension of ~reason; as when we say a thing "the same as itself." 48 1, 13 | as for instance when we say, "Lord, Thou art ~become [ 49 1, 13 | the opinion of ~those who say there are many suns. Therefore, 50 1, 13 | asked, "If they should ~say to me, What is His name? 51 1, 13 | is His name? what shall I say to them?" The Lord answered ~ 52 1, 13 | answered ~him, "Thus shalt thou say to them, HE WHO IS hath 53 1, 13 | The same applies when I say, "man is an ~animal"; since 54 1, 14 | 5] Body Para. 3/3~So we say that God sees Himself in 55 1, 14 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~We must say therefore that God not only 56 1, 14 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, if we say that things infinite in 57 1, 14 | infinite things, as some say, for we ~do not say that 58 1, 14 | some say, for we ~do not say that the world is eternal, 59 1, 14 | present within Him, as some ~say; but because His glance 60 1, 14 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Some say that this antecedent, "God 61 1, 14 | On the ~other hand some say that this antecedent is 62 1, 14 | no purpose; for when we ~say, "God knew this contingent 63 1, 14 | does it follow, as some say, that the consequent is ~ 64 1, 14 | soul. ~For example, when I say, "What the soul understands 65 1, 14 | in itself. Likewise if I say, "If God knew anything, 66 1, 14 | some urge an objection and say that this distinction holds 67 1, 14 | themselves. We may also say that "Lord", "Creator" ~ 68 1, 14 | it was the same thing to ~say "Christ is born" and "will 69 1, 14 | on the contrary, we must say that perfect ~knowledge 70 1, 15 | being nor decay, yet ~we say that in accordance with 71 1, 15 | by matter, which, as some say, he held to be ~uncreated 72 1, 16 | knowable; even as we may say ~that a house is related 73 1, 16 | however, do not follow, if we say ~that the truth of things 74 1, 16 | its principle, that is to say, to the things from which 75 1, 16 | existed, it was not true to say ~that such a truth did exist, 76 1, 16 | eternal. But it is true now to say that that truth ~did not 77 1, 16 | it. Hence it is true ~to say that truth did not exist, 78 1, 16 | every change it is true to say that a thing is, or is not. 79 1, 17 | we find truth; that is to say, in the intellect. Now, 80 1, 17 | possessed by it; as if we should say ~that a diameter is a false 81 1, 17 | Jer. 8:5), that is to say, "an idol," as ~a gloss 82 1, 18 | first and remains last. We say then that an animal begins 83 1, 18 | Or it would be better to say that sensation and intelligence 84 1, 18 | the perfect, that is to say, of what is in act as stated 85 1, 18 | divine power; ~even as we say that things that are in 86 1, 18 | natural things, we must say that those things ~have 87 1, 19 | 13], A[4]). For when we say that God exists, no relation 88 1, 19 | as we do imply when we say that God wills. Therefore, ~ 89 1, 19 | intellect has nothing to say to operation. ~But the power 90 1, 19 | Who would venture to say that God made ~all things 91 1, 19 | Yet it will be true to say ~that he wills to order 92 1, 19 | Thus, for example, we may say that God willed man to ~ 93 1, 19 | will conversely. We may say, then, that God sometimes 94 1, 19 | His counsel" - that is to say, the counsel of His will. ~ 95 1, 19 | It is better therefore to say ~that this happens on account 96 1, 20 | it is ~not admissible to say that God is placed outside 97 1, 20 | Therefore it is inadmissible to say that God loves ~things other 98 1, 20 | truth we must make ~bold to say even this, that He Himself, 99 1, 20 | this ~way we must needs say that God loves some things 100 1, 20 | more. For it is said: "I say to you that there ~shall 101 1, 20 | 4] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Some say that Peter loved Christ 102 1, 20 | mother to his care. Others ~say that it is uncertain which 103 1, 20 | and purity. ~While others say that Christ loved Peter 104 1, 21 | the ultimate end. We may say, for ~instance, that to 105 1, 22 | for oxen?']": and we may say the same of ~other irrational 106 1, 22 | Body Para. 2/2~We must say, however, that all things 107 1, 23 | election; whether, that is to ~say, the predestined are chosen?~( 108 1, 23 | has been so insane as to say that merit is the cause 109 1, 23 | predestination. We ~must say, therefore, that the effect 110 1, 23 | the matter. Thus we might say that God pre-ordained to 111 1, 23 | Wherefore one ought not to say that God is able ~not to 112 1, 23 | certain; as if we were to say ~that it was certain that 113 1, 23 | A[6]). Therefore we must say ~that to God the number 114 1, 23 | knowledge, ~because, that is to say, He knows how many will 115 1, 23 | that ~universe - that is to say, which have in some way 116 1, 23 | all the predestined, some say that so many men ~will be 117 1, 23 | is, however, ~better to say that, "to God alone is known 118 1, 23 | Para. 3/3~Wherefore we must say otherwise that in predestination 119 1, 24 | book of life: for we do not say that anyone is chosen to ~ 120 1, 24 | relatively; that is to ~say, that it is in the ordination 121 1, 24 | customary in the Scriptures to say that something is done when 122 1, 25 | are identified. Or we may say, that the knowledge or will 123 1, 25 | the word 'all' when we ~say that God can do all things. 124 1, 25 | If, however, we were to say that ~God is omnipotent 125 1, 25 | Hence it ~is better to say that such things cannot 126 1, 25 | instance, if ~we were to say that God can do evil things 127 1, 25 | impossible: as if one were to say: "If man ~is a donkey, he 128 1, 25 | implies a contradiction to say that Socrates is sitting, 129 1, 25 | sitting, so does it to say that he sat, and did not 130 1, 25 | and did not sit. But to say that ~he did sit is to say 131 1, 25 | say that ~he did sit is to say that it happened in the 132 1, 25 | happened in the past. To say that he did not ~sit, is 133 1, 25 | that he did not ~sit, is to say that it did not happen. 134 1, 25 | not see that this is to say: If God is almighty let 135 1, 25 | some ~power, that is to say, some natural power; for 136 1, 25 | Wherefore ~we must simply say that God can do other things 137 1, 25 | In this manner, we must say that God can do other things 138 1, 27 | otherwise we could not say that the whole substance 139 1, 28 | of a ~principle. But to say that God is the principle 140 1, 28 | formal meaning, that is to say, in so far as its proper ~ 141 1, 28 | of His substance, for we say some things relatively, ~ 142 1, 29 | excluded. For we do not say that man in general is an 143 1, 29 | It is, however, better to say that substance is ~here 144 1, 29 | as, for example, we may say that fire is a ~simple, 145 1, 29 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as we say there are three persons 146 1, 29 | three persons in God, so we say ~there are three subsistences 147 1, 29 | definition, and thus we say that the definition means 148 1, 29 | called ~"subsistence"; as we say that those things subsist 149 1, 29 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As we say "three persons" plurally 150 1, 29 | subsistences," so the Greeks say "three hypostases." But 151 1, 29 | one should ever dare to say or think ~anything of the 152 1, 29 | the Creed of Athanasius we say: "One is the person ~of 153 1, 29 | There are some, however, who say that the ~definition of 154 1, 29 | Augustine says: "When we say there are three who bear 155 1, 29 | distinguishing adjective; as when we ~say, "Three persons," or, "one 156 1, 29 | itself. Thus it is true to say ~that the name "person" 157 1, 29 | indirectly. Thus we can say that this signification 158 1, 30 | hypostasis." So, as we say, "Three ~persons," they 159 1, 30 | Three ~persons," they say "Three hypostases." We are 160 1, 30 | however, accustomed to ~say Three substances, lest we 161 1, 30 | persons are immense, as we say in the ~Creed of Athanasius: " 162 1, 30 | says (De Fide i): "When we say one God, unity ~excludes 163 1, 30 | 3] Body Para. 4/5~But we say that numeral terms predicated 164 1, 30 | being. So, of whatever ~we say "one," we imply its undivided 165 1, 30 | Sent. i, D, 24). So when we say, ~the essence is one, the 166 1, 30 | undivided; and ~when we say the person is one, it signifies 167 1, 30 | undivided; and ~when we say the persons are many, we 168 1, 30 | we ask, ~"Three what?" we say, "Three persons," because 169 1, 30 | common to the three when we say "three persons"; for when 170 1, 30 | three persons"; for when we ~say "three men" we show that " 171 1, 30 | word "individual"; as we say that ~to be a "species" 172 1, 31 | Trinity";~(2) Whether we can say that the Son is other than 173 1, 31 | this account we ~cannot say that the Father is the Trinity, 174 1, 31 | persons numbered. So when we say, "Trinity in Unity," we 175 1, 31 | nature. On the other hand, we say ~"Unity in Trinity"; meaning 176 1, 31 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: When we say, "Trinity is trine," by 177 1, 31 | the Trinity; as when we say, "God is trine," it follows ~ 178 1, 31 | uniqueness." ~Nevertheless, we say "the only Son," for in God 179 1, 31 | of ~Sons. Yet, we do not say "the only God," for the 180 1, 31 | and hence we can properly say that "the Son ~is other 181 1, 31 | essence. Thus ~we cannot say that the Son is diverse 182 1, 31 | alius]; and therefore we say ~that the Son is "other" 183 1, 31 | and not by the essence, we say that the ~Father is other 184 1, 31 | else; while conversely we ~say that they are one thing, 185 1, 31 | saints. Therefore we cannot say that God ~is alone.~Aquin.: 186 1, 31 | for, as we can properly say that God is wise, we can 187 1, 31 | that God is wise, we can say the Father is a ~wise God; 188 1, 31 | former, as it is false to ~say, "God alone is Father," 189 1, 31 | white" to man, as when we say a "white man." If the term ~" 190 1, 31 | predicate. Thus, when we say, "Socrates alone writes," 191 1, 31 | or predicate. For we can say, "Only Socrates" - that 192 1, 31 | sense it can be true to say that the Father is that 193 1, 31 | Likewise it is true to ~say God alone creates; nor, 194 1, 31 | because, as logicians say, an exclusive diction so 195 1, 31 | does not follow that if we say ~"Socrates alone is white," 196 1, 31 | conversely. Therefore, when ~we say, The Father alone is God, 197 1, 31 | 1~I answer that, When we say, "The Father alone is God," 198 1, 31 | says (De ~Trin. vi, 6): "We say the Father alone, not because 199 1, 31 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: When we say, "Thee the only true God," 200 1, 31 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: We do not say absolutely that the Son 201 1, 32 | God, but that he wished to say that ~the ancients used 202 1, 32 | excludes the error of those who say that God produced things 203 1, 32 | things by ~necessity. When we say that in Him there is a procession 204 1, 32 | i): "We must not dare to say anything of God but what 205 1, 32 | Holy Scripture does not say ~anything concerning notions. 206 1, 32 | for instance, we do ~not say that paternity is wise or 207 1, 32 | for example, we do not say that paternity ~begets, 208 1, 32 | as we ~are accustomed to say, "I beseech your kindness" - 209 1, 32 | the concrete, as when we say Deity and God; or wisdom 210 1, 32 | personal names, so that we may say paternity and ~Father.~Aquin.: 211 1, 32 | signification. Hence we cannot say that paternity ~begets, 212 1, 32 | the notions; for we can say ~that paternity is eternal, 213 1, 32 | the notions; for we can say that paternity is God, ~ 214 1, 32 | another, so that we can say that as the divine goodness 215 1, 32 | the ~persons; as we do not say that the attribute of power 216 1, 32 | knowledge, although we do say that knowledge is power.~ 217 1, 33 | Metaph. iv). But we do not say that the ~Father is the 218 1, 33 | Son. Therefore we must not say that He is the ~principle 219 1, 33 | to each other; as when we say ~that a point is the principle 220 1, 33 | a line; or also when we say that the ~first part of 221 1, 33 | custom with the Greeks to say that the Son and ~the Holy 222 1, 33 | the ~whole Trinity; for we say "Our Father" to the whole 223 1, 33 | OBJ 1: Some there are who say that innascibility, signified 224 1, 33 | origin. We must ~therefore say with Augustine (De Trin. 225 1, 34 | word; thus we are wont to say, "this is the word I have 226 1, 34 | agent. ~Therefore when we say that word is knowledge, 227 1, 35 | is more absurd ~than to say that an image is referred 228 1, 35 | The Greek Doctors commonly say that the Holy Ghost is the ~ 229 1, 35 | essential to image. Hence others say ~that the Holy Ghost cannot 230 1, 36 | When we ask, Three what? we say, Three ~persons." Therefore 231 1, 36 | reverse. Therefore we can say "our Father," and "our Spirit"; ~ 232 1, 36 | Spirit"; ~but we cannot say "our Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP 233 1, 36 | i): "We must not dare to say anything ~concerning the 234 1, 36 | says (De Fide Orth. i): "We say that the Holy ~Ghost is 235 1, 36 | the Father; but ~we do not say that the Holy Ghost is from 236 1, 36 | Therefore it is superfluous to say that He proceeds from the 237 1, 36 | that it ~is necessary to say that either the Son is from 238 1, 36 | kind of origin; as when we say that a line proceeds from 239 1, 36 | Reply OBJ 1: We ought not to say about God anything which 240 1, 36 | excluded. So therefore when we say that the Holy Ghost proceeds 241 1, 36 | is it not superfluous to say He proceeds from the ~Son, 242 1, 36 | said ~conversely. For as we say that the king acts through 243 1, 36 | king. But we can ~never say that the Son spirates the 244 1, 36 | is a final ~cause when we say, for instance, that the 245 1, 36 | is a formal cause when we say that he works through his 246 1, 36 | is a motive cause when we say that he works through the 247 1, 36 | as, for instance, when we say, the artisan acts through 248 1, 36 | direct ~authority, as when we say, the king works through 249 1, 36 | indirect authority, as when we say, the bailiff works through ~ 250 1, 36 | always true. For we do not say that the mallet works ~through 251 1, 36 | carpenter; whereas we can say that the bailiff acts through ~ 252 1, 36 | supposita'; and hence we say that the ~Father spirates 253 1, 36 | Father. Therefore we cannot say ~that the Father and the 254 1, 36 | Ghost, it seems necessary to say, conversely, that the one 255 1, 36 | might be equally right to say that the Father is two principles 256 1, 36 | ways. Therefore, we must say ~that, although this word " 257 1, 36 | the spiration, then we may say that the Holy Ghost ~proceeds 258 1, 36 | other of them. For when we say the Father and the Son are ~ 259 1, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: Some say that although the Father 260 1, 36 | seems, however, better to say that because spirating is 261 1, 36 | spirator a substantive, we can say that the Father and the 262 1, 37 | subsistent. Therefore, when we say that the Holy Ghost is ~ 263 1, 37 | in the ~same way we might say that "the Father understands 264 1, 37 | the ~effect that when we say, "the Father loves the Son 265 1, 37 | Wisdom begotten." Others say that ~the proposition is 266 1, 37 | Holy Ghost. Others further say that ~this ablative should 267 1, 37 | as Love. Others, again, say that ~this ablative must 268 1, 37 | each other. Others, again, say that it should be construed ~ 269 1, 37 | relation of form. So when ~I say, "this man is clothed with 270 1, 37 | idea of the action. For we say that fire ~warms by heating, 271 1, 37 | proceeding from the fire; and we say that a ~tree flowers with 272 1, 37 | way, therefore, we ~must say that since in God "to love" 273 1, 37 | Trin. xv, 7): "Who dares to say that the Father ~loves neither 274 1, 37 | flowers. As therefore we say that a tree flowers by ~ 275 1, 37 | by ~its flower, so do we say that the Father, by the 276 1, 37 | God; ~therefore we cannot say that "the Father is wise 277 1, 37 | and in this way, we can say that the Father and the 278 1, 37 | from the effect; so we can say, for instance, that a tree 279 1, 37 | the action. ~For we do not say that the tree produces the 280 1, 37 | of the flower. So when we say, "spirates" or "begets," ~ 281 1, 37 | notional act. Hence we cannot say that the Father ~spirates 282 1, 37 | begets by the Son. But we can say that the ~Father speaks 283 1, 38 | than yourself?" Or we might say, and more fittingly, that 284 1, 39 | person?~(2) Whether we should say that the three persons are 285 1, 39 | De Trin. vi, 7): "When we say the ~person of the Father 286 1, 39 | would seem not right to say that the three persons are 287 1, 39 | It ~suffices therefore to say that the three persons are 288 1, 39 | Further, it is not usual to say that the person is of the ~ 289 1, 39 | does ~not seem fitting to say that the three persons are 290 1, 39 | vii, 6) that we do not say that ~the three persons 291 1, 39 | Therefore it is equally wrong to say that the three persons are " 292 1, 39 | occasion of ~error. Now, to say that the three persons are 293 1, 39 | signification. Now in ~creatures we say that every form belongs 294 1, 39 | to the man. But we do not say ~of that which has a form, 295 1, 39 | qualifies the form; as when we say: "That woman is of a ~handsome 296 1, 39 | which it is the form, as we say "the virtue of ~Peter." 297 1, 39 | as, for instance, when we say, "Peter is of great virtue [ 298 1, 39 | the ~person; but we cannot say the converse, unless we 299 1, 39 | immaterial things. So, when we say, "three persons of one ~ 300 1, 39 | intellectual ~nature. But we say there are three persons. 301 1, 39 | the same reason we can ~say there are "three Gods."~ 302 1, 39 | they adjectives. For we say that ~many men are a college, 303 1, 39 | army, or a people; but we say that many men ~are collegians. 304 1, 39 | then, is the reason ~why we say that Socrates, Plato and 305 1, 39 | men"; whereas we do ~not say the Father, Son and Holy 306 1, 39 | plurality of "supposita." For we say there are three "existent" 307 1, 39 | a substantive sense, we say "one uncreated, immense, 308 1, 39 | person, so that we can truly say "God begot God." For, as 309 1, 39 | For, as the ~logicians say, "a singular term signifies 310 1, 39 | the predicate. But when I say, "God creates," this name " 311 1, 39 | the essence. So when we say "God begot," this term " 312 1, 39 | Therefore it is false to ~say, "God begot God."~Aquin.: 313 1, 39 | the essence, as when ~we say "God creates"; because this 314 1, 39 | for only one, as when we say, "God begets," ~or for two, 315 1, 39 | or for two, as when we say, "God spirates"; or for 316 1, 39 | holds good against those who say that the word "God" ~does 317 1, 39 | some adjunct, ~as when we say, "man is a species"; whereas 318 1, 39 | the person. So, when we say, "God ~generates," by reason 319 1, 39 | the Father. But when we say, "God does not generate," 320 1, 39 | instance, if we were to say, "the Father is God the ~ 321 1, 39 | Likewise also it is false to say, "He begot ~another God," 322 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: To say, "God begot God Who is God 323 1, 39 | so that it is better to say simply that the affirmative ~ 324 1, 39 | was shown, it is true ~to say that "God begets God." Therefore 325 1, 39 | asserting ~that as we can say "God begot God," so we can 326 1, 39 | God begot God," so we can say "Essence begot ~essence": 327 1, 39 | as, for instance, we can say "God is ~begotten" or is " 328 1, 39 | Whence ~logicians are wont to say that the substantive is 329 1, 39 | substantive. We cannot say that the "essence is begetting"; 330 1, 39 | begetting"; yet we can ~say that the "essence is a thing 331 1, 39 | collective term. So when we say, ~"the Father is the principle 332 1, 39 | of himself. We may also say that He is the principle 333 1, 39 | essential names; so that we can say for instance, "God is three ~ 334 1, 39 | Trinity." For it is false to say, "man is every ~man," because 335 1, 39 | is the Holy Ghost. So to say, "God is ~the Trinity," 336 1, 39 | accidental predication; as when I say, "animal is man"; for it 337 1, 39 | essence ~as if we were to say, "The essence is the Father, 338 1, 39 | hence, as it is true to say, ~"The essence is the three 339 1, 39 | so likewise it is true to say, "God ~is the three persons."~ 340 1, 39 | nature. So it is false to say, "Man is every man"; because 341 1, 39 | essence. So, although to ~say of any of the "supposita" 342 1, 39 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: When we say, "God," or "the divine essence 343 1, 39 | power; for instance, we say that ~the strong work done 344 1, 39 | intermediate cause; thus we may say that a smith works "by" ~ 345 1, 39 | an agent works; thus we say that an ~artificer works 346 1, 39 | points of inquiry, we can say that since "truth" ~belongs 347 1, 39 | for instance, were we to say, "The Son is ~the begotten ' 348 1, 39 | not a person; as we may say, "this ~stone," and "this 349 1, 40 | of His property. For we say that the Father begets; ~ 350 1, 40 | A[2]). We must, however, say that there are properties 351 1, 40 | it is the form, we must say that the ~properties are 352 1, 40 | are the persons; as we ~say that the essence is in God, 353 1, 40 | by origin, so that we may say ~that the Father is distinguished 354 1, 40 | It is therefore better to say that the persons or hypostases 355 1, 40 | Augustine does not mean to say that the hypostasis of the ~ 356 1, 40 | constituted, we must absolutely say that the ~relations in our 357 1, 40 | notional acts, so ~that we can say, without qualifying the 358 1, 40 | it would be necessary to say ~conversely that because 359 1, 41 | only concomitance, as I can say that I am a man by my ~will - 360 1, 41 | it is said: "If anyone say that the Son was made by 361 1, 41 | generated therefrom just as we ~say, "The man is white," since 362 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: When we say that the Son was born of 363 1, 41 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: When we say the Son is begotten of the 364 1, 41 | Trin. xv, 13): "When I ~say of the Father Who is essence, 365 1, 41 | of the words. ~For we can say that the creature is from 366 1, 41 | consubstantiality. We do not say that a house is "of" [de] 367 1, 41 | consubstantial cause. We can say, however, that ~something 368 1, 41 | accidental to another, for we can say that ~an angel is "of" an 369 1, 41 | nature. In this way, then, we say that ~the Son is begotten ' 370 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: When we say that the Son is begotten 371 1, 41 | distinction. But when we say that ~the three persons 372 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: When we say "Wisdom was created," this 373 1, 41 | Therefore, from the fact that we say ~that the divine essence " 374 1, 41 | would follow if we were to say that the divine essence ~ 375 1, 41 | indirectly: just as if I were to say, the ~"essence of the Father." 376 1, 41 | Augustine does not mean to say by those words that the 377 1, 42 | perfect equality, therefore we say not only that the Son is 378 1, 42 | conversely, for this reason we say that the Son is equalled 379 1, 42 | further relation: for when we say that ~paternity is opposed 380 1, 42 | from the Father, we must say that He is less than the 381 1, 42 | 1~I answer that, We must say that the Son is co-eternal 382 1, 42 | permanence of eternity, we can say that "He is ever ~being 383 1, 42 | 7] said, it is better to say "ever ~born," so that "ever" 384 1, 42 | and ~filiation. Nor can we say that the power of generation 385 1, 42 | change. Therefore we must say that the Son was eternally ~ 386 1, 42 | filiation. It is thus true to say that the Son possesses whatever 387 1, 42 | giving" signified when we say that He is able to beget; 388 1, 43 | only temporal. Or we may say that it includes the eternal 389 1, 43 | the error of ~those who say that the Holy Ghost is not 390 1, 43 | opinions on this point. Some say that ~the divine person 391 1, 44 | objection has led some to say that what is necessary ~ 392 1, 44 | thus ~it is necessary to say that also primary matter 393 1, 44 | things. And therefore we must say that ~in the divine wisdom 394 1, 45 | material cause; as when we say that a statue ~is made from 395 1, 45 | improvement in things; as when we ~say that a bishop is created. 396 1, 45 | only ~order; as when we say, "from morning comes midday"-- 397 1, 45 | negation implied when I say the word "nothing," or can 398 1, 45 | anything" - as if we were to say, "He speaks of nothing," 399 1, 45 | but it is necessary to say that all things were created 400 1, 45 | Hence it is ~necessary to say that God brings things into 401 1, 45 | way of speaking when we say that "the ~first visible 402 1, 45 | added perfection; as we may say that a ~superior angel illuminates 403 1, 45 | Nor ~is it necessary to say that their forms are created 404 1, 46 | which we have nothing to say from reason, as, "whether 405 1, 46 | especially about heaven. But we say that matter and heaven were 406 1, 46 | Hence it is correct to say ~that it introduces the 407 1, 46 | But it is not correct to say so ~of God Who produces 408 1, 46 | whereas it is correct to ~say of Him that He produces 409 1, 46 | of eternity. Or we may ~say that it signifies the eternity 410 1, 46 | existing; thus, when we say that above heaven there 411 1, 46 | the ~world, we should not say that the world was produced 412 1, 46 | Further, if it is necessary to say that the world was made 413 1, 46 | article of ~faith; for we say, "I believe in one God," 414 1, 46 | illumination. Hence they say that it does not follow 415 1, 46 | Reply OBJ 2: Those who would say that the world was eternal, 416 1, 46 | world was eternal, would say ~that the world was made 417 1, 46 | above (Q[7], A[4]). Some say that the soul is corrupted 418 1, 46 | with the body. ~And some say that of all souls only one 419 1, 46 | particular case. Hence one might say that the world was eternal, 420 1, 47 | Para. 5/6~Hence we must say that the distinction and 421 1, 47 | be more foolish than to say that the divine Architect ~ 422 1, 47 | 46), it is unfitting to say that ~God has created things 423 1, 47 | matter. Thus as ~when I say "man" I mean the form, and 424 1, 47 | mean the form, and when I say "this man," I mean the ~ 425 1, 47 | form in matter; so when we say "world," the form is signified, 426 1, 47 | signified, and when ~we say "this world," the form in 427 1, 48 | way, ~formally, as when we say that whiteness makes white; 428 1, 48 | invokes woe to those who say that good as such ~is evil. 429 1, 48 | poena." In this sense we say "Pain of death, Pain of 430 1, 49 | instance, if one should ~say that the nature of fire 431 1, 49 | evil is impossible. And ~to say that evil is in the greater 432 1, 50 | angels; and this is what some say, that an angel ~is composed 433 1, 50 | anything else; as if we were to say, for example, that whiteness ~ 434 1, 50 | noblest in them - that is to say, in intellectuality. ~Therefore 435 1, 50 | degrees; for instance, if we say that fire ~is more perfect 436 1, 51 | Origen, while refusing to say such a thing of God, followed 437 1, 53 | nows" of time: hence they say that a last "now" ~cannot 438 1, 53 | Consequently it is impossible to say ~that he is in any place 439 1, 54 | something for certain, to say that we "sense it." And 440 1, 55 | precisely the same thing to say ~"in things which are without 441 1, 55 | object understood," as to say that "the intellect in act 442 1, 55 | substances - that ~is to say, human souls - have a power 443 1, 55 | in ~one thing, that is to say, in the Divine essence, 444 1, 56 | furthermore they," that is to say the ~angels, "knew their 445 1, 57 | the text of Eccles. 5:5: "Say not before the angel: There 446 1, 57 | nature, it is unreasonable to say that a man knows by any 447 1, 57 | pronounces it ~ridiculous to say that a discord, which is 448 1, 58 | intellectual operation; that is to say, ~as they advance from one 449 1, 58 | follows, then, that when we say "in their ~proper nature" 450 1, 58 | of knowledge; that is to say, that the evening knowledge 451 1, 59 | him who wills; that is to say, in God, Who wills nothing ~ 452 1, 60 | nature by its Author. To say that a natural inclination 453 1, 61 | De Fide Orth. ii): "Some ~say that the angels were begotten 454 1, 61 | was nothing," unless we say ~"Before which there was 455 1, 62 | as ~also, if one were to say that he had grace in any 456 1, 62 | Consequently it is better to say that the angel had grace 457 1, 62 | day. Hence some writers say that they can merit as to 458 1, 62 | reward. But it is better to say that the Blessed can in 459 1, 63 | bodies. But ~philosophers say that there cannot be evil 460 1, 63 | proper order, that is ~to say, that he may obtain it of 461 1, 63 | Manichean ~heretics who say that the devil's nature 462 1, 63 | beginning ~of sin": that is to say, because he never went back 463 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 4: It is true to say that there is a middle time 464 1, 64 | upon the demons which, we say, have not been changed at 465 1, 64 | immovably. So it is customary to say that man's free-will is 466 1, 64 | demons. But it is better to say that the same judgment is 467 1, 64 | in the same way as ~we say that the bishop's honor 468 1, 65 | good" (Gn. 1), as if to say that everything was brought 469 1, 65 | intellect only. Thus they say that from forms existing 470 1, 65 | heretics of modern times, ~who say that God indeed created 471 1, 65 | understands the angels, we say that from them come material ~ 472 1, 66 | understand it ~we cannot say that the formlessness of 473 1, 66 | act itself is a form. To say, then, that matter preceded, 474 1, 66 | but ~without form, is to say that being existed actually, 475 1, 66 | creation. Accordingly ~they say that the formlessness of 476 1, 66 | in the contrary sense, we say that if, ~according to some 477 1, 66 | the second argument, we say that certain of the ancient ~ 478 1, 66 | successive ~forms - that is to say, it would be corruption, 479 1, 66 | Para. 3/3~Neither can we say, as Averroes [*De Substantia 480 1, 66 | fifth essence. Or we may say that formless matter is 481 1, 66 | blessed. Strabus and Bede ~say that as soon as created 482 1, 66 | intervening heavens), we may also say that the empyrean has light, 483 1, 67 | in two ways - that is to say, either ~in its original 484 1, 67 | the ~other senses. Thus we say, "Seeing how it tastes," 485 1, 67 | form. But unless we are to say that darkness is a body, ~ 486 1, 67 | Also it would be absurd to say that a body of so great 487 1, 67 | Body Para. 2/2~We must say, then, that as heat is an 488 1, 67 | light. ~Augustine seems to say (De Civ. Dei xi, 9,33) that 489 1, 67 | production of light, that is to say, of spiritual ~light. For 490 1, 67 | endure. We ~cannot, then, say that what was made at that 491 1, 67 | But this is as much as to say that it is superfluous, 492 1, 68 | A[1] Body Para. 2/8~We say, therefore, that the words 493 1, 68 | because its parts are, so ~to say, not in disunion, but in 494 1, 68 | the same way as one might say: ~"This house was constructed 495 1, 68 | 1 Para. 2/3~We may also say that the heaven recorded 496 1, 68 | which the rain falls. But to say, as ~some writers alluded 497 1, 68 | Nor ~is it less absurd to say, in support of this opinion, 498 1, 68 | by Aristotle, that is to say, that the ~waters surrounding 499 1, 68 | those ~within - that is to say, from all bodies under the 500 1, 68 | air as attendant, so to ~say, upon the water. For it


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