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1 1, 1 | science cannot ~presuppose the essence of God, for Damascene says ( 2 1, 1 | impossible to define the essence of God." Therefore God is 3 1, 1 | know in what consists the essence of ~God, nevertheless in 4 1, 2 | Whatever concerns the Divine Essence; (2) Whatever concerns ~ 5 1, 2 | 4~Concerning the Divine Essence, we must consider: (1) Whether 6 1, 2 | predicate is included in the essence of the subject, as "Man 7 1, 2 | animal is contained in the essence of man. If, therefore the ~ 8 1, 2 | man. If, therefore the ~essence of the predicate and subject 9 1, 2 | there are some to whom the essence of the predicate ~and subject 10 1, 2 | because we do not know the essence of God, the ~proposition 11 1, 2 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the essence is the middle term of demonstration. 12 1, 2 | cannot know in what God's essence consists, but solely in 13 1, 2 | of the word, and not its ~essence, for the question of its 14 1, 2 | for the question of its essence follows on the question 15 1, 2 | know God as He is in His essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[3] 16 1, 3 | order that we may ~know its essence. Now, because we cannot 17 1, 3 | composition of quiddity, essence or nature, ~and subject?~( 18 1, 3 | Whether He is composed of essence and existence?~(5) Whether 19 1, 3 | incomprehensibility of ~His essence; by length, the procession 20 1, 3 | He is therefore of His essence a form; and not ~composed 21 1, 3 | Whether God is the same as His essence or nature?~Aquin.: SMT FP 22 1, 3 | God is not the same as His essence or nature. For ~nothing 23 1, 3 | is not the ~same as His essence or nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 3 | God is the same as His essence or nature. To understand ~ 25 1, 3 | and form, the ~nature or essence must differ from the "suppositum," 26 1, 3 | suppositum," because the essence ~or nature connotes only 27 1, 3 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether essence and existence are the same 28 1, 3 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that essence and existence are not the 29 1, 3 | s ~existence is not His essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[4] 30 1, 3 | is not ~the same as His essence - that is, as His quiddity 31 1, 3 | God is not only His own essence, as shown in the ~preceding 32 1, 3 | a thing has besides its essence must be ~caused either by 33 1, 3 | constituent principles of that essence (like a ~property that necessarily 34 1, 3 | a thing differs from its essence, ~this existence must be 35 1, 3 | existence differs from its essence, must have ~its existence 36 1, 3 | existence should differ from His essence. Secondly, existence is ~ 37 1, 3 | existence must be compared to essence, if the latter is a ~distinct 38 1, 3 | it follows that in Him ~essence does not differ from existence. 39 1, 3 | existence. Therefore His essence is His ~existence. Thirdly, 40 1, 3 | participation. But God is His own ~essence, as shown above (A[3]) if, 41 1, 3 | and not merely His own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[4] 42 1, 3 | of two kinds. ~Either its essence precludes any addition; 43 1, 3 | for example, it is of ~the essence of an irrational animal 44 1, 3 | added to it, inasmuch as its essence ~does not require that anything 45 1, 3 | because it is not of the essence of animal in ~general to 46 1, 3 | It may mean the act ~of essence, or it may mean the composition 47 1, 3 | God's existence nor His essence; but only in ~the second 48 1, 3 | existence of God ~is His essence, if God were in any genus, 49 1, 3 | essential it refers to the ~essence of a thing. But the Philosopher 50 1, 3 | distinct from ~its generic essence. Now no difference can exist 51 1, 3 | agree in the quiddity or essence ~of the genus which is predicated 52 1, 3 | existence and quiddity - i.e. essence - must differ. But in God 53 1, 3 | but, it also signifies an essence that has the property of 54 1, 3 | existence, ~however, is not its essence. Thus it is clear that God 55 1, 3 | Hebdom.), although every essence may have something superadded 56 1, 3 | His ~"suppositum"; nor His essence from His existence; neither 57 1, 3 | does not ~belong to the essence of white; nevertheless in 58 1, 3 | cause. But it is of the essence of a thing to be in some 59 1, 3 | existence differs from its essence, as ~will be shown hereafter, ( 60 1, 3 | but not as being their essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[8] 61 1, 4 | above (Q[3], A[4]), God's essence is existence. ~But existence 62 1, 4 | knowledge than life. But the essence of God ~is existence itself. 63 1, 4 | for, save in God alone, essence ~and existence differ. Therefore 64 1, 5 | following argument. The essence of ~goodness consists in 65 1, 5 | being by applying it to some essence or nature. Now in this ~ 66 1, 5 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether the essence of goodness consists in 67 1, 5 | OBJ 1: It seems that the essence of goodness does not consist 68 1, 5 | stability." Therefore the essence of goodness does not consist 69 1, 5 | good. Therefore ~if the essence of goodness consists in 70 1, 5 | goodness. Therefore the essence of ~goodness does not consist 71 1, 5 | that wherein consists the essence of goodness cannot be ~spoken 72 1, 5 | and order. ~Therefore the essence of goodness does not consist 73 1, 5 | measure." Therefore the essence of goodness does not consist 74 1, 5 | would not be ~unless the essence of goodness consisted in 75 1, 5 | consisted in them. Therefore the essence ~of goodness consists in 76 1, 5 | weight and order. ~Hence the essence of goodness, so far as it 77 1, 6 | and order belongs to the essence of ~caused good; but good 78 1, 6 | goodness is not its own essence. Therefore its goodness, 79 1, 6 | to no creature by its own essence; it belongs to God ~only, 80 1, 6 | God ~only, in Whom alone essence is existence; in Whom there 81 1, 6 | of perfection by His own essence; therefore He ~Himself alone 82 1, 6 | everything according to its own essence. Now ~the essences of simple 83 1, 6 | that it has being, yet the ~essence of a creature is not very 84 1, 6 | creature is not its very essence, but ~something superadded; 85 1, 7 | besides Him is infinite in essence?~(3) Whether anything can 86 1, 7 | anything is proportioned to its essence. Now ~if the essence of 87 1, 7 | its essence. Now ~if the essence of God is infinite, His 88 1, 7 | infinite power, has an infinite essence. ~Now the created intellect 89 1, 7 | of a made thing for its essence to ~be its existence; because 90 1, 7 | thing to be infinite in essence, and another ~to be infinite 91 1, 7 | could not be infinite in essence, ~because its essence would 92 1, 7 | in essence, ~because its essence would be terminated in a 93 1, 7 | creature is infinite in essence, it still remains to inquire ~ 94 1, 8 | Whether God is everywhere by essence, power, and presence?~(4) 95 1, 8 | indeed, as part of their ~essence, nor as an accident, but 96 1, 8 | is very being by His own essence, created being must be His 97 1, 8 | twofold: viz. a part of the essence, as the form and the matter 98 1, 8 | of place. But totality of essence ~is not commensurate to 99 1, 8 | is whole by totality of essence in a thing, not to be at ~ 100 1, 8 | speak of its totality of essence; because according to ~the 101 1, 8 | the perfect idea of ~their essence. Hence, as the soul is whole 102 1, 8 | Whether God is everywhere by essence, presence and power?~Aquin.: 103 1, 8 | properly described by way of essence, presence and power. For 104 1, 8 | and power. For what is by ~essence in anything, is in it essentially. 105 1, 8 | He does not belong to the essence of anything. Therefore it ~ 106 1, 8 | that God is in things by essence, presence and ~power. ~Aquin.: 107 1, 8 | God being in things by His essence, that ~He is not absent 108 1, 8 | of God in all ~things by essence and presence means the same 109 1, 8 | present in things by His essence, presence ~and power.~Aquin.: 110 1, 8 | be by way of substance or essence in that place in ~which 111 1, 8 | is in all things by His ~essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[3] 112 1, 8 | is in all things by His essence, ~inasmuch as He is present 113 1, 8 | said to be in all things by essence, not indeed by ~the essence 114 1, 8 | essence, not indeed by ~the essence of the things themselves, 115 1, 8 | as if He were of their essence; but ~by His own essence; 116 1, 8 | essence; but ~by His own essence; because His substance is 117 1, 8 | are necessary; viz. by ~essence and by presence.~Aquin.: 118 1, 9 | Princip. i) that "form is essence ~consisting of the simple 119 1, 10 | negation belonged to their essence, but because our intellect 120 1, 10 | and hence as He is His own essence, so He is His own ~eternity.~ 121 1, 11 | according to what belongs to its essence, though ~it may be divided 122 1, 11 | regards what is outside its essence, as what is one ~in subject 123 1, 11 | as if it were divided in essence and undivided in ~idea or 124 1, 12 | created intellect can see the essence of God?~(2) Whether the 125 1, 12 | of God?~(2) Whether the essence of God is seen by the intellect 126 1, 12 | created image?~(3) Whether the essence of God can be seen by the 127 1, 12 | natural powers to see the essence of God?~(5) Whether the 128 1, 12 | light in order to ~see the essence of God?~(6) Whether of those 129 1, 12 | intellect can comprehend the essence of God?~(8) Whether the 130 1, 12 | created intellect seeing the essence of God, knows all ~things 131 1, 12 | life any man can see the essence of ~God?~(12) Whether by 132 1, 12 | created intellect can see the essence of God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 133 1, 12 | created intellect can see the essence of God. ~For Chrysostom ( 134 1, 12 | intellect cannot see the ~essence of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 135 1, 12 | created intellect can ~see the essence of God. This opinion, however, 136 1, 12 | that the blessed see the essence of ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 137 1, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the essence of God is seen by the created 138 1, 12 | OBJ 1: It seems that the essence of God is seen through an 139 1, 12 | of God." But to ~see the essence of God is not an enigmatic 140 1, 12 | kind. Therefore the divine essence is ~not seen through a similitude.~ 141 1, 12 | thing seen cannot be by its essence in the seer, but only by 142 1, 12 | the creature is not the essence of God, it follows that 143 1, 12 | united to the seer, the essence of God ~cannot be seen by 144 1, 12 | likeness of a body the ~essence of an incorporeal thing 145 1, 12 | less therefore can ~the essence of God be seen by any created 146 1, 12 | Secondly, ~because the essence of God is His own very existence, 147 1, 12 | similitude representing the essence of God to the seer. ~Thirdly, 148 1, 12 | Thirdly, because the divine essence is uncircumscribed, and 149 1, 12 | to say that the ~divine essence is not seen at all; which 150 1, 12 | be said that to see the essence of God, there is ~required 151 1, 12 | we shall see light." The essence of God, ~however, cannot 152 1, 12 | representing the divine ~essence itself as it really is.~ 153 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 3: The divine essence is existence itself. Hence 154 1, 12 | made in act; so the divine essence is united to the created ~ 155 1, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the essence of God can be seen with 156 1, 12 | OBJ 1: It seems that the essence of God can be seen by the 157 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The essence of God is not seen in a 158 1, 12 | powers can see the Divine ~essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 159 1, 12 | intellect can see the Divine essence by ~its own natural power. 160 1, 12 | he understands the Divine essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 161 1, 12 | Therefore if to see the ~essence of God is above the nature 162 1, 12 | can reach up to see the essence of God at all. ~But this 163 1, 12 | intellect to see the Divine ~essence. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 164 1, 12 | the vision of the Divine ~essence, according to the words: " 165 1, 12 | Therefore to see the ~essence of God is possible to the 166 1, 12 | created intellect to see the ~essence of God by its own natural 167 1, 12 | intellect cannot see the essence of God, unless God by His 168 1, 12 | similitude is not to know the essence of God, as ~was shown above ( 169 1, 12 | that an angel can know ~the essence of God by his own power.~ 170 1, 12 | light in order to see the ~essence of God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 171 1, 12 | light in order to see the essence of God. For what is of itself 172 1, 12 | He is not seen in His ~essence. But if seen by any created 173 1, 12 | Therefore He is not seen in His essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 174 1, 12 | creature. ~Therefore if the essence of God is seen through any 175 1, 12 | light ~in order to see the essence of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 176 1, 12 | created intellect sees the ~essence of God, the essence of God 177 1, 12 | the ~essence of God, the essence of God itself becomes the 178 1, 12 | to enable it to see the essence ~of God, as was shown in 179 1, 12 | is necessary to see the essence of God, ~not in order to 180 1, 12 | not in order to make the essence of God intelligible, which 181 1, 12 | required to see the divine essence, not as a ~similitude in 182 1, 12 | Whether of those who see the essence of God, one sees more perfectly 183 1, 12 | that of those who see the essence of God, one does not ~see 184 1, 12 | another." ~But all who see the essence of God, understand the Divine 185 1, 12 | God, understand the Divine essence, for ~God is seen by the 186 1, 12 | those who see the divine essence, one does not see more ~ 187 1, 12 | of similitude, but by His essence. It follows then ~that if 188 1, 12 | Therefore if all saw the essence of God equally in eternal ~ 189 1, 12 | that, Of those who see the essence of God, one sees Him more ~ 190 1, 12 | existence, which is His essence. But it does not determine 191 1, 12 | presented to all - viz. the essence of God; nor will it arise 192 1, 12 | Whether those who see the essence of God comprehend Him?~Aquin.: 193 1, 12 | those who see the divine essence, comprehend God. ~For the 194 1, 12 | But if God is seen in His essence, He is seen whole, and ~ 195 1, 12 | Therefore ~whoever sees His essence, comprehends Him.~Aquin.: 196 1, 12 | seen. But he who sees the ~essence of God, sees Him wholly, 197 1, 12 | full power see the Divine essence. Therefore all who see ~ 198 1, 12 | Therefore all who see ~the essence of God see Him wholly; therefore 199 1, 12 | intellect knows the Divine essence more or less perfectly in ~ 200 1, 12 | Therefore he who sees God's ~essence, sees in Him that He exists 201 1, 12 | Whether those who see the essence of God see all in God?~Aquin.: 202 1, 12 | seems that those who see the essence of God see all things in ~ 203 1, 12 | can do, are ~less than His essence. Therefore whoever understands 204 1, 12 | contrary, The angels see the essence of God; and yet do not know ~ 205 1, 12 | Therefore whosoever sees the essence of ~God, does not know all 206 1, 12 | intellect, in seeing the divine essence, does ~not see in it all 207 1, 12 | everyone who ~sees the Divine essence will see in God. But to 208 1, 12 | those who see the Divine essence, is seen ~through any similitude?~ 209 1, 12 | those who see the Divine ~essence, is seen by means of some 210 1, 12 | one who sees the Divine essence ~understands any creatures 211 1, 12 | memory. But Paul, seeing ~the essence of God whilst in ecstasy, 212 1, 12 | ceased to see the ~Divine essence, as Augustine says (Gen. 213 1, 12 | when he actually ~saw the essence of God, he had certain similitudes 214 1, 12 | similitude but by His own ~essence, neither are the things 215 1, 12 | Those who see the divine essence see what they see in God ~ 216 1, 12 | likeness, but by the divine essence itself united to their ~ 217 1, 12 | known by those who see the essence of God, they are seen in 218 1, 12 | similitudes but by the Divine essence alone present to ~the intellect; 219 1, 12 | is united to the Divine essence, in ~which the similitudes 220 1, 12 | very vision of the divine ~essence, can form in himself the 221 1, 12 | what is seen in the ~divine essence, which remained in Paul 222 1, 12 | he had ceased to see ~the essence of God. Still this kind 223 1, 12 | Whether those who see the essence of God see all they see 224 1, 12 | seems that those who see the essence of God do not see all ~they 225 1, 12 | all are seen by the one essence of God. Hence they are ~ 226 1, 12 | in this life can see the essence of God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 227 1, 12 | this life see the Divine essence. For ~Jacob said: "I have 228 1, 12 | face to face is to see His essence, as appears from the words: " 229 1, 12 | this is to see God in His essence. Therefore it is possible 230 1, 12 | is possible to ~see the essence of God in this life.~Aquin.: 231 1, 12 | are in the soul by their essence are seen by intellectual ~ 232 1, 12 | God is in our soul by His essence, it ~follows that He is 233 1, 12 | He is seen by us in His essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 234 1, 12 | God cannot be seen in His essence by a mere human being, ~ 235 1, 12 | evident ~that the Divine essence cannot be known through 236 1, 12 | is not the vision of His essence. Hence ~it is impossible 237 1, 12 | in this life to see the essence of ~God. This can be seen 238 1, 12 | objects, i.e. to the ~divine essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 239 1, 12 | does not mean the Divine essence, but some figure representing 240 1, 12 | to the vision of His ~own essence; as Augustine says (Gen. 241 1, 12 | not ~necessary to see the essence of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 242 1, 12 | are in the soul ~by their essence, as intelligible things 243 1, 12 | soul, but by ~presence, essence and power.~Aquin.: SMT FP 244 1, 12 | sense so far as to see the essence of God; ~because the sensible 245 1, 12 | known; nor therefore can His essence be seen. But ~because they 246 1, 12 | As the knowledge of God's essence is by grace, it belongs ~ 247 1, 13 | this life we cannot see the essence of ~God; but we know God 248 1, 13 | Him expresses ~the divine essence in itself. Thus the name " 249 1, 13 | name "man" expresses the essence ~of man in himself, since 250 1, 13 | man by ~manifesting his essence; for the idea expressed 251 1, 13 | being named, is because His essence is above all that we understand 252 1, 13 | anything, does not signify its essence. Therefore the names ~applied 253 1, 13 | OBJ 3: We cannot know the essence of God in this life, as 254 1, 13 | goodness of God is His essence, and likewise it is His 255 1, 13 | different genus changes an essence, since the genus is part 256 1, 13 | perfection distinct from a man's essence, and distinct from ~his 257 1, 13 | anything distinct from His ~essence, or power, or existence. 258 1, 13 | action of God, which is His essence. Now the ~divine substance 259 1, 13 | Others signify the ~divine essence directly, and consequently 260 1, 13 | action of God, ~which is His essence. Yet both names are said 261 1, 13 | but not as ~signifying the essence, either directly or indirectly.~ 262 1, 13 | existence of God is His essence ~itself, which can be said 263 1, 13 | intellect cannot know the essence of God itself in this life, 264 1, 13 | mode of the ~thing in its essence. Since it is clear that 265 1, 14 | since the mode of the divine essence is higher than that of ~ 266 1, 14 | knower who knows his own essence, ~returns completely to 267 1, 14 | returns completely to his own essence." But God does not go out 268 1, 14 | not go out from His ~own essence, nor is He moved at all; 269 1, 14 | cannot return to His own ~essence. Therefore He does not know 270 1, 14 | He does not know His own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 271 1, 14 | OBJ 1: Return to its own essence means only that a thing 272 1, 14 | that, "whoever knows his essence returns to it." Now it ~ 273 1, 14 | supremely returns to His own essence, and knows ~Himself.~Aquin.: 274 1, 14 | above (Q[3]). Hence as His essence ~itself is also His intelligible 275 1, 14 | understanding must be His essence and His existence.~Aquin.: 276 1, 14 | sees Himself ~through His essence; and He sees other things 277 1, 14 | Himself; inasmuch as His essence contains the similitude 278 1, 14 | by God, inasmuch as the ~essence of God contains their images 279 1, 14 | intellect other ~than the divine essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 280 1, 14 | God is nothing but His own essence in which all ~images of 281 1, 14 | anything ~else than the divine essence itself.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 282 1, 14 | 2: Further, the created essence is as distant from the divine ~ 283 1, 14 | distant from the divine ~essence, as the divine essence is 284 1, 14 | essence, as the divine essence is distant from the created 285 1, 14 | distant from the created essence. But ~the divine essence 286 1, 14 | essence. But ~the divine essence cannot be known by the created 287 1, 14 | be known by the created essence, as said above ~(Q[12]/A[ 288 1, 14 | neither can the created essence be known by the ~divine 289 1, 14 | be known by the ~divine essence. Thus as God knows only 290 1, 14 | as God knows only by His essence, it follows that He ~does 291 1, 14 | what the creature is in its essence, so as to know "what it ~ 292 1, 14 | knows all things by His essence, it seems that ~He does 293 1, 14 | perfections in Himself, the essence of God is compared to all 294 1, 14 | Para. 4/4~As therefore the essence of God contains in itself 295 1, 14 | perfection ~contained in the essence of any other being, and 296 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: The created essence is compared to the essence 297 1, 14 | essence is compared to the essence of God as ~the imperfect 298 1, 14 | act. Therefore the created essence cannot ~sufficiently lead 299 1, 14 | knowledge of the divine essence, but rather ~the converse.~ 300 1, 14 | different things. But the divine essence excels all creatures. ~Hence 301 1, 14 | according to the cause of essence. For if things are ~in the 302 1, 14 | knows, He knows through His essence, as is ~clear from the foregoing ( 303 1, 14 | foregoing (A[5]). Now the divine essence neither is the ~likeness 304 1, 14 | to it; for to the divine essence ~there is no contrary, as 305 1, 14 | hence since this is the essence of evil that ~it is the 306 1, 14 | not opposed to the divine essence, which ~is not corruptible 307 1, 14 | which He ~knows by His essence; and knowing them, He knows 308 1, 14 | other than Himself by His essence, as being the ~likeness 309 1, 14 | their active principle, His essence must be the ~sufficing principle 310 1, 14 | intellect, which is the essence of ~God, is immaterial not 311 1, 14 | it may be urged that the essence of the ~infinite is that 312 1, 14 | But it is contrary to the essence of the infinite that it 313 1, 14 | the other hand, the divine essence, whereby the divine ~intellect 314 1, 14 | it is the measure of the essence and truth of things. For 315 1, 14 | intelligence, ~by understanding the essence of each thing; as if we 316 1, 14 | intellect, which is God's essence, suffices to represent all 317 1, 14 | Hence by understanding His essence, God knows the essences 318 1, 14 | existence, which is His essence, is the ~similitude of all 319 1, 15 | and action. But the divine essence is a sufficient principle 320 1, 15 | and all else by His own essence, ~yet His essence is the 321 1, 15 | His own essence, ~yet His essence is the operative principle 322 1, 15 | things according to His ~essence; therefore an idea in God 323 1, 15 | God is identical with His essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 324 1, 15 | For an idea in God is His ~essence. But God's essence is one 325 1, 15 | His ~essence. But God's essence is one only. Therefore there 326 1, 15 | Inasmuch as He knows His own essence perfectly, He ~knows it 327 1, 15 | in likeness to the divine essence. So far, therefore, as God 328 1, 15 | therefore, as God knows His ~essence as capable of such imitation 329 1, 15 | Reply OBJ 1: The divine essence is not called an idea in 330 1, 15 | in so far as it is ~that essence, but only in so far as it 331 1, 15 | understood through the self-same essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 332 1, 15 | understand many things by His essence, but He also understands 333 1, 15 | understands many things by His essence. And this means that He ~ 334 1, 15 | intellect comparing its ~own essence with these things.~Aquin.: 335 1, 16 | it depends as regards its essence; but ~accidentally to an 336 1, 16 | thing is a property of ~the essence which is immutably attached 337 1, 16 | of divine ~truth in its essence, we cannot understand this 338 1, 17 | intellect by the likeness of the essence ~of a thing. Hence the intellect 339 1, 17 | is not deceived about the essence of a ~thing, as neither 340 1, 17 | which it understands the essence, something which is not 341 1, 17 | intellect whereby it knows the essence of a thing, ~in so far as 342 1, 17 | Reply OBJ 1: Because the essence of a thing is the proper 343 1, 17 | when we reduce it ~to its essence, and judge of it thereby; 344 1, 18 | takes cognizance of the essence of a thing as its proper ~ 345 1, 18 | to the ~knowledge of the essence of things. And because we 346 1, 18 | strictly to denote the essence itself, the signification 347 1, 18 | distinct from the divine essence. ~Hence things as they are 348 1, 18 | are in God are the divine essence. And since the ~divine essence 349 1, 18 | essence. And since the ~divine essence is life and not movement, 350 1, 19 | by Him. And this by His ~essence, for by His essence He is 351 1, 19 | His ~essence, for by His essence He is good, as shown above ( 352 1, 19 | is not distinct from His ~essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 353 1, 19 | His goodness, which is His essence. Hence, since the will of 354 1, 19 | the will of God is His ~essence, it is not moved by another 355 1, 19 | by ~understanding His own essence, so He wills things apart 356 1, 19 | knowledge of the divine essence, yet in that essence knows 357 1, 19 | divine essence, yet in that essence knows other things. ~Aquin.: 358 1, 19 | divine knowledge is His essence, so is the divine will. 359 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 6: As the divine essence is necessary of itself, 360 1, 19 | divine good by its very essence pours ~the rays of goodness 361 1, 19 | first which is fire by ~its essence. But God is the first agent. 362 1, 19 | Therefore He acts by His ~essence; and that is His nature. 363 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 2: Because the essence of God is His intellect 364 1, 19 | fact of His acting by His essence, it follows that He acts 365 1, 19 | understands all things in His essence, so by one act He wills 366 1, 19 | one, since it is the very essence of ~God. Yet sometimes it 367 1, 20 | Himself, Who is good by His essence, as above shown (Q[6], AA[ 368 1, 20 | the love of God is His essence. But God's essence does ~ 369 1, 20 | is His essence. But God's essence does ~not admit of degree; 370 1, 20 | will, which is the divine essence. But the good that ~God 371 1, 20 | creatures, is not the divine essence. Therefore there ~is no 372 1, 21 | whatever is in God, is His essence. But justice cannot ~belong 373 1, 21 | Hebdom.): "Good regards the ~essence; justice the act." Therefore 374 1, 21 | not prevent its ~being the essence of God; since even that 375 1, 21 | even that which is of the essence of a ~thing may be the principle 376 1, 21 | regards perfection in its essence. For this reason it is said ( 377 1, 23 | something belonging to its essence, but inasmuch as predestination ~ 378 1, 25 | the divine ~power is God's essence, since there is nothing 379 1, 25 | accidental in God: and of ~the essence of God there is no principle. 380 1, 25 | for both are ~His divine essence; neither is His existence 381 1, 25 | existence distinct from His essence. ~Hence it does not follow 382 1, 25 | for this is the divine essence itself; except, ~perchance, 383 1, 25 | inasmuch as the divine ~essence, which pre-contains in itself 384 1, 25 | infinity of the ~divine essence (Q[7], A[1]). Wherefore, 385 1, 25 | Whence, since the divine essence, through which ~God acts, 386 1, 25 | quantity. ~But the divine essence is otherwise, as was shown 387 1, 25 | power of God, which is His essence, ~is nothing else but His 388 1, 25 | ourselves, in whom power and essence are distinct from ~will 389 1, 25 | intellect. But in God, power and essence, will and ~intellect, wisdom 390 1, 25 | twofold; one, which is of the ~essence of it - thus, for instance, 391 1, 25 | rational pertains to the ~essence of man. As regards this 392 1, 25 | which is over and above the essence; thus, the good of a man 393 1, 26 | the unity of the divine essence, ~we come to treat of the 394 1, 26 | in ~God in regard to His essence, because good has reference 395 1, 26 | being which ~is according to essence, according to Boethius ( 396 1, 26 | in God in regard to His essence, and not to ~His intellect.~ 397 1, 26 | under the aspect of His ~essence; but rather under the aspect 398 1, 26 | Therefore, since it is ~of the essence of beatitude that it should 399 1, 26 | the unity of the ~divine essence.~ 400 1, 27 | the unity of the divine essence, it ~remains to treat of 401 1, 27 | goodness belongs to the ~essence and not to the operation, 402 1, 27 | understands and loves His own essence, truth and ~goodness.~Aquin.: 403 1, 28 | relations are the divine essence itself, or are ~extrinsic 404 1, 28 | in God is the same as His essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 405 1, 28 | the same as the ~divine essence. For Augustine says (De 406 1, 28 | relation is not the divine essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 407 1, 28 | God. This can only be His ~essence. Therefore essence differs 408 1, 28 | His ~essence. Therefore essence differs from relation.~Aquin.: 409 1, 28 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the essence of relation is the being 410 1, 28 | relation is the ~divine essence, it follows that the divine 411 1, 28 | follows that the divine essence is essentially itself ~a 412 1, 28 | perfection ~of the divine essence, which is supremely absolute 413 1, 28 | relation is not the divine essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 414 1, 28 | which is not the divine essence is a ~creature. But relation 415 1, 28 | if it is not the divine ~essence, it is a creature; and it 416 1, 28 | inherent in a subject, for the ~essence of an accident is to inhere. 417 1, 28 | since all in Him is His essence. So, in so far as ~relation 418 1, 28 | existence of the divine essence in no way ~distinct therefrom. 419 1, 28 | else, no respect to the essence is signified, but rather 420 1, 28 | really the ~same as His essence and only differs in its 421 1, 28 | expressed ~in the name of essence. Thus it is clear that in 422 1, 28 | that in God relation and essence ~do not differ from each 423 1, 28 | the same as the ~divine essence; but that it is not predicated 424 1, 28 | perfection of the divine essence ~than can be signified by 425 1, 28 | perfection of the divine ~essence is greater than can be included 426 1, 28 | imperfect, that the divine essence is in any way imperfect; 427 1, 28 | imperfect; for the ~divine essence comprehends within itself 428 1, 28 | the same as the divine essence. Therefore the relations 429 1, 28 | distinguished ~from the divine essence, so likewise are goodness 430 1, 28 | which is ~absolute - namely, essence, wherein there is supreme 431 1, 28 | really the same as the divine essence; nevertheless ~these two 432 1, 29 | comparison of person to essence, subsistence, and hypostasis.~( 433 1, 29 | the word should rather be "essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 434 1, 29 | called nature. And as the ~essence of anything is completed 435 1, 29 | completed by the form; so the essence of anything, ~signified 436 1, 29 | the term ~"nature" than "essence," because the latter is 437 1, 29 | hypostasis, subsistence, and essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 438 1, 29 | hypostasis," ~"subsistence," and "essence." For Boethius says (De 439 1, 29 | Greek {ousia}, ~which means essence, signifies a being composed 440 1, 29 | ousia}, what we ~may call "essence." In another sense substance 441 1, 29 | since it sometimes ~means essence, and sometimes means hypostasis, 442 1, 29 | Strictly speaking, the essence is what is expressed by 443 1, 29 | of matter and ~form, the essence signifies not only the form, 444 1, 29 | principles to the idea of essence; nor are these identified 445 1, 29 | these identified with the ~essence in things composed of matter 446 1, 29 | which are outside ~the essence of genera and species.~Aquin.: 447 1, 29 | to God, forasmuch as ~His essence contains every perfection, 448 1, 29 | taken amongst us to mean ~essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 449 1, 29 | interrogation "What?" refers to essence. But, as ~Augustine says: " 450 1, 29 | Therefore person signifies essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 451 1, 29 | the names belonging to the essence; ~nor does it in itself 452 1, 29 | expresses ~absolutely the divine essence; as this name "God" and 453 1, 29 | signification, expresses ~the divine essence only, it follows that forasmuch 454 1, 29 | in God signifies both the essence and the relation. Some of 455 1, 29 | it signifies directly the essence, and relation indirectly, ~ 456 1, 29 | and ~unity belongs to the essence. And what is "by itself" 457 1, 29 | signifies relation directly; and essence indirectly; forasmuch as ~ 458 1, 29 | subject, but is the divine essence itself; and so it is subsistent, 459 1, 29 | subsistent, for ~the divine essence subsists. Therefore, as 460 1, 29 | relation directly, and the essence ~indirectly; not, however, 461 1, 29 | it signifies directly the essence, and ~indirectly the relation, 462 1, 29 | relation, inasmuch as the essence is the same as the ~hypostasis: 463 1, 29 | says that it ~signifies the essence, inasmuch as in God essence 464 1, 29 | essence, inasmuch as in God essence is the same as the ~hypostasis, 465 1, 30 | substance," not as ~meaning the essence, but the "suppositum" which 466 1, 30 | operation - that is, His essence. How there are in Him two 467 1, 30 | divine unity is the divine essence. But every number is ~unity 468 1, 30 | term in God signifies the ~essence; and therefore it denotes 469 1, 30 | 24). So when we say, ~the essence is one, the term "one" signifies 470 1, 30 | term "one" signifies the essence undivided; and ~when we 471 1, 30 | the three persons but the ~essence. But this term "person" 472 1, 30 | person" does not signify the essence directly. ~Therefore it 473 1, 30 | a real thing, as if one essence were ~common to the three; 474 1, 30 | the ~three, as also one essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 475 1, 31 | the unity of the divine ~essence; because God is His own 476 1, 31 | because God is His own essence. Therefore, if Trinity exists 477 1, 31 | the unity of the divine essence; and thus in God there ~ 478 1, 31 | seems to ~signify the one essence of the three persons, according 479 1, 31 | number of persons of one essence; and on this account we ~ 480 1, 31 | with this there is unity of essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 481 1, 31 | number in the unity of the essence, as if we meant three times 482 1, 31 | i.] says: ~"There is one essence of the Father and Son and 483 1, 31 | person with the unity of essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 484 1, 31 | we take away the unity of essence: ~we may, however, use the 485 1, 31 | singleness of the divine essence be taken away, the terms " 486 1, 31 | communicability of the divine essence. Hence Hilary ~says (De 487 1, 31 | substance in the sense of essence. Thus ~we cannot say that 488 1, 31 | feminine. So the common essence is ~properly and aptly expressed 489 1, 31 | persons, and not by the essence, we say that the ~Father 490 1, 31 | reason of the unity of ~essence; in so far as the word " 491 1, 31 | reason of the ~unity of essence. Hence we must understand 492 1, 32 | belongs to the unity of the essence, and not to the ~distinction 493 1, 32 | belongs to the unity of the essence, but not what belongs to 494 1, 32 | concerns the unity of the essence ~or the trinity of the persons. 495 1, 32 | concern the unity ~of the essence, nor the trinity of the 496 1, 32 | can what ~belongs to the essence be predicated of the notions: 497 1, 32 | simplicity of the divine essence, ~considered in itself, 498 1, 32 | answer that ~They are one in essence or deity; so there must 499 1, 32 | filiation. Therefore the divine essence is signified as "What"; 500 1, 32 | Further, as there is only one essence in God, He is called one ~


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