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501 1, 32 | Reply OBJ 2: The divine essence is signified as a reality; 502 1, 32 | God is one by unity ~of essence, and trine by trinity of 503 1, 33 | by ~relation but also by essence. Therefore the name "Father" 504 1, 33 | for it belongs to the essence of a generator to generate 505 1, 33 | neither is the ~divine essence. Therefore to be unbegotten 506 1, 33 | unbegotten belongs also to the essence; ~thus it is not proper 507 1, 33 | it belong to the divine ~essence, of which it may be said 508 1, 34 | creatures, so far as the essence is included in its meaning: ~ 509 1, 34 | themselves, but by His own essence. Hence it is not ~necessary 510 1, 36 | there ~would not be one essence of the three persons: since 511 1, 36 | belongs to the unity of essence. ~Therefore it must be said 512 1, 36 | God, but by reason of the essence. Hence, ~as the Father is 513 1, 36 | persons, but as united in essence. It ~seems, however, better 514 1, 37 | is applied only to ~the essence; because it does not import 515 1, 37 | to love" are said of the essence, as ~"understanding" and " 516 1, 37 | as it means the ~divine essence, as was said above (here 517 1, 37 | and this belongs to the essence. Therefore this ~also is 518 1, 37 | Holy Ghost, but by their essence. ~Hence Augustine says ( 519 1, 38 | name belongs to the divine essence. But the ~divine essence 520 1, 38 | essence. But the ~divine essence is the Gift which the Father 521 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 2: The divine essence is the Father's gift in 522 1, 38 | essential in its meaning; as the essence is included ~in the idea 523 1, 39 | PERSONS IN RELATION TO THE ESSENCE (EIGHT ARTICLES)~Those things 524 1, 39 | person in reference to the essence, to ~the properties, and 525 1, 39 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the essence in God is the same as the 526 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence?~(3) Whether essential names 527 1, 39 | 1/1~Whether in God the essence is the same as the person?~ 528 1, 39 | would seem that in God the essence is not the same as person. ~ 529 1, 39 | as person. ~For whenever essence is the same as person or " 530 1, 39 | But in God there is ~one essence and three persons, as is 531 1, 39 | Q[30], A[2]). Therefore essence is not the same as person.~ 532 1, 39 | and negation are true ~of essence and of person. For person 533 1, 39 | person is distinct, whereas essence is not. ~Therefore person 534 1, 39 | not. ~Therefore person and essence are not the same.~Aquin.: 535 1, 39 | But person is subject ~to essence; whence it is called "suppositum" 536 1, 39 | person is not the same as essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 537 1, 39 | simplicity requires that in God essence is the same as ~"suppositum," 538 1, 39 | persons are multiplied, the essence nevertheless retains its ~ 539 1, 39 | have thought that in God essence and person ~differ, forasmuch 540 1, 39 | God they are the divine ~essence itself. Thence it follows 541 1, 39 | Thence it follows that in God essence is not really ~distinct 542 1, 39 | relation as referred to ~the essence does not differ therefrom 543 1, 39 | opposition. Thus there are one essence and ~three persons.~Aquin.: 544 1, 39 | supposita"; and yet the essence is not distinguished, ~because 545 1, 39 | are identified with the essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 546 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As essence and person in God differ 547 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 548 1, 39 | three persons are of one ~essence. For Hilary says (De Synod.) 549 1, 39 | substance of ~God is His essence. Therefore the three persons 550 1, 39 | three persons are not of one essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 551 1, 39 | and Holy Ghost are ~of one essence. Therefore this should not 552 1, 39 | is the same as the divine essence. It ~suffices therefore 553 1, 39 | that the person is of the ~essence; but rather that the essence 554 1, 39 | essence; but rather that the essence is of the person. Therefore 555 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 556 1, 39 | three persons are "from one essence [ex una essentia]," lest 557 1, 39 | distinction between the essence and the persons ~in God. 558 1, 39 | three persons are "of ~one essence [unius essentiae]."~Aquin.: 559 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence or ~substance, furnishes 560 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 561 1, 39 | form; so also in God the essence is taken as the form ~of 562 1, 39 | are multiplied, and the essence is not multiplied, we ~speak 563 1, 39 | multiplied, we ~speak of one essence of the three persons, and 564 1, 39 | three persons of the one ~essence, provided that these genitives 565 1, 39 | hypostasis," and not for ~the essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 566 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence, nevertheless we ~find it 567 1, 39 | principle of action while ~"essence" comes from being [essendo], 568 1, 39 | can be said to be of "one essence" which have one ~being. 569 1, 39 | three ~persons are "of one essence," than by saying they are " 570 1, 39 | So, because the divine essence signifies a form ~as regards 571 1, 39 | properly be said that the essence is of the ~person; but we 572 1, 39 | some term to ~designate the essence; as, for instance, the Father 573 1, 39 | a person of the ~"divine essence"; or, the three persons 574 1, 39 | three persons are "of one essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 575 1, 39 | three persons of one ~essence," taking essence as having 576 1, 39 | of one ~essence," taking essence as having the habitude of 577 1, 39 | form, we do not mean ~that essence is different from person, 578 1, 39 | three persons from the same essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 579 1, 39 | essential names signify the essence after the manner ~of substantives; 580 1, 39 | Those which signify ~the essence as adjectives are predicated 581 1, 39 | collegians. Now in God the divine essence is signified by way of a ~ 582 1, 39 | which signify ~the divine essence in a substantive manner 583 1, 39 | there is but one divine ~essence. On the other hand, the 584 1, 39 | the names which signify essence in an ~adjectival manner 585 1, 39 | the word "person" is not essence or ~nature, but personality. 586 1, 39 | since it signifies the ~essence, it stands for essence, 587 1, 39 | essence, it stands for essence, and not for person.~Aquin.: 588 1, 39 | name "God" stands for ~the essence. So when we say "God begot," 589 1, 39 | their nature, stand for the essence, but by reason ~of some 590 1, 39 | God" signifies the divine essence as in ~Him Who possesses 591 1, 39 | sometimes stands for the essence, as when ~we say "God creates"; 592 1, 39 | not always stand for the essence it ~signifies.~Aquin.: SMT 593 1, 39 | God" - that is, the divine essence - is really one and common. 594 1, 39 | this proposition is true, "Essence begets essence." For ~Augustine 595 1, 39 | is true, "Essence begets essence." For ~Augustine says (De 596 1, 39 | Wisdom, because they are one essence; and taken singly Wisdom 597 1, 39 | Wisdom is from ~Wisdom, as essence from essence."~Aquin.: SMT 598 1, 39 | Wisdom, as essence from essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 599 1, 39 | Therefore ~since the divine essence is in the Son, it seems 600 1, 39 | it seems that the divine essence ~is generated.~Aquin.: SMT 601 1, 39 | Further, God and the divine essence are the same, as is clear ~ 602 1, 39 | Therefore this is also true: "Essence ~begets essence."~Aquin.: 603 1, 39 | also true: "Essence ~begets essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 604 1, 39 | the Father is the divine essence; therefore essence can ~ 605 1, 39 | divine essence; therefore essence can ~stand for the person 606 1, 39 | of the Father. Thus the essence begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 607 1, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the essence is "a thing begetting," 608 1, 39 | begetting," because the essence ~is the Father who is begetting. 609 1, 39 | begetting. Therefore if the essence is not ~begetting, the essence 610 1, 39 | essence is not ~begetting, the essence will be "a thing begetting," 611 1, 39 | begets ~itself." But if the essence begets the essence, it begets 612 1, 39 | if the essence begets the essence, it begets itself only, ~ 613 1, 39 | distinguished from the divine essence. ~Therefore the essence 614 1, 39 | essence. ~Therefore the essence does not beget essence.~ 615 1, 39 | the essence does not beget essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 616 1, 39 | begot God," so we can say "Essence begot ~essence": considering 617 1, 39 | can say "Essence begot ~essence": considering that, by reason 618 1, 39 | nothing else but the divine essence. In this he was wrong, because 619 1, 39 | God" signifies the divine essence in Him that possesses ~it, 620 1, 39 | explained (A[4]). The word ~"essence," however, in its mode of 621 1, 39 | because it signifies the essence as an abstract form. ~Consequently, 622 1, 39 | cannot be attributed to the essence. For ~that would imply distinction 623 1, 39 | distinction in the divine essence, in the same way as ~there 624 1, 39 | OBJ 1: To express unity of essence and of person, the holy 625 1, 39 | names; ~as when we find "essence from essence"; or "wisdom 626 1, 39 | when we find "essence from essence"; or "wisdom from wisdom"; 627 1, 39 | to be, "the Son" who is essence and wisdom, is from ~the 628 1, 39 | from ~the Father who is essence and wisdom. Nevertheless, 629 1, 39 | are less inexact than "essence from essence."~Aquin.: SMT 630 1, 39 | inexact than "essence from essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 631 1, 39 | Although God and the divine essence are really the same, ~nevertheless, 632 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 4: The divine essence is predicated of the Father 633 1, 39 | can be predicated of the essence, because they are really 634 1, 39 | property makes a distinct essence; but it belongs to the ~" 635 1, 39 | cannot be predicated of the essence unless we add some ~substantive. 636 1, 39 | We cannot say that the "essence is begetting"; yet we can ~ 637 1, 39 | yet we can ~say that the "essence is a thing begetting," or 638 1, 39 | but not if they stand ~for essence. Consequently there exists 639 1, 39 | contradiction in saying that ~"essence is a thing begetting," and " 640 1, 39 | second it stands ~for the essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 641 1, 39 | cannot be predicated of the essence, ~nevertheless substantive 642 1, 39 | to the real ~identity of essence and person. The divine essence 643 1, 39 | essence and person. The divine essence is not only really the ~ 644 1, 39 | can be predicated of the essence ~as if we were to say, " 645 1, 39 | if we were to say, "The essence is the Father, and the Son, 646 1, 39 | of itself stand for the ~essence, as above explained (A[4], 647 1, 39 | it is true to say, ~"The essence is the three persons"; so 648 1, 39 | be taken for the divine essence. So, although to ~say of 649 1, 39 | it is true of the divine essence. This was denied ~by Porretanus 650 1, 39 | say, "God," or "the divine essence is the Father," ~the predication 651 1, 39 | wisdom which is His ~own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 652 1, 39 | belongs to the operation. But essence and operation ~are not found 653 1, 39 | to ~the persons, but not essence or operation; because, being 654 1, 39 | meaning, are ~referred to the essence, and not to the persons, 655 1, 39 | by another is not of the essence of a book considered ~as 656 1, 39 | and stands for the divine essence, the latter ~may be designated 657 1, 40 | relation would be also in the essence. Therefore relation, or 658 1, 40 | existing in God, is the divine essence Itself, and ~the essence 659 1, 40 | essence Itself, and ~the essence is the same as person, as 660 1, 40 | persons; as we ~say that the essence is in God, and yet is God.~ 661 1, 40 | attributed to God, is His essence Itself; and ~so, wisdom 662 1, 40 | are both in the ~divine essence. According to this twofold 663 1, 40 | attributed to God is His ~own essence. Thus, common spiration 664 1, 40 | but that as there is one essence in the two persons, so also ~ 665 1, 40 | properties are said to be in the essence, only by mode ~of identity; 666 1, 40 | the ~persons, but not the essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 667 1, 40 | persons agree in the unity of essence, we must seek to ~know the 668 1, 40 | nothing to presuppose but essence, and relation or ~property. 669 1, 40 | since the persons agree in essence, it only remains to ~be 670 1, 40 | divided, because ~the common essence remains undivided; but the 671 1, 40 | particular, the common universal essence remains in ~the intellect 672 1, 41 | attributed to God belongs to His essence, and not to ~a notion.~Aquin.: 673 1, 41 | from Him, ~belong to His essence. Another order of origin 674 1, 41 | generate the Son from His ~own essence or nature, it follows that 675 1, 41 | nature, it follows that the essence or nature of the ~Father 676 1, 41 | Thus it follows that the essence generates, which was disproved ~ 677 1, 41 | persons ~are not from the same essence; because the essence is 678 1, 41 | same essence; because the essence is not another thing ~from 679 1, 41 | thing from the ~Father's essence. Therefore the Son is not 680 1, 41 | is not from the Father's essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 681 1, 41 | produced. But the divine essence ~is unchangeable, and is 682 1, 41 | the Son is begotten of the essence of the ~Father, as the Master 683 1, 41 | the Son is begotten of the essence of the Father" - that is, 684 1, 41 | is, of the ~Father Who is essence; and so Augustine says ( 685 1, 41 | say of the Father Who is essence, it is the same as if I 686 1, 41 | more ~explicitly, of the essence of the Father."~Aquin.: 687 1, 41 | creature is from God Who is essence; but not that ~it is from 688 1, 41 | not that ~it is from the essence of God. So we may explain 689 1, 41 | Son is begotten 'of' the essence of the Father, inasmuch 690 1, 41 | Father, inasmuch as the essence of the Father, communicated 691 1, 41 | the Son is begotten of the essence of the ~Father, a term is 692 1, 41 | persons are 'of' the divine essence, there is nothing expressed ~ 693 1, 41 | distinction, God by His ~essence is distinct from those things 694 1, 41 | understanding is His very ~essence which has no principle.~ 695 1, 41 | a relation, and not the essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 696 1, 41 | the relation and not the essence. For power signifies a ~ 697 1, 41 | power does not signify essence but relation.~Aquin.: SMT 698 1, 41 | Further, terms signifying the essence in God, are common to the ~ 699 1, 41 | it does not signify the ~essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 700 1, 41 | will to beget signifies the essence. Therefore, ~also, the power 701 1, 41 | principally the divine essence as the Master says (Sent. 702 1, 41 | Nor does it signify the essence as identified with ~the 703 1, 41 | we say ~that the divine essence "is the principle by which 704 1, 41 | not follow that the divine essence is distinct (from the ~Begotten): 705 1, 41 | were to say that the divine essence ~begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP 706 1, 41 | begetting, so the divine essence is the same in reality as 707 1, 41 | if I were to say, the ~"essence of the Father." Wherefore 708 1, 41 | Wherefore in respect of the essence, which is ~signified, the 709 1, 42 | divine persons are of one essence, as we have said ~(Q[39], 710 1, 42 | said ~(Q[39], A[2]). Now essence is signified by way of form. 711 1, 42 | is nothing else than His essence. Wherefore it ~follows, 712 1, 42 | would not have the same essence; and thus the three persons 713 1, 42 | This is because the divine ~essence is not more the Father's 714 1, 42 | us to consider ~but the essence which they have in common 715 1, 42 | to itself; and unity of ~essence, since for this reason are 716 1, 42 | of the same greatness and essence. Now it is clear that the ~ 717 1, 42 | persons, and the unity of essence. For this reason the Master 718 1, 42 | whatever exists in God is the essence, or a ~person, or a notion. 719 1, 42 | nature does not signify the ~essence, nor any of the persons, 720 1, 42 | divine nature is the divine essence. But there is no ~order 721 1, 42 | But there is no ~order of essence in God. Therefore neither 722 1, 42 | idea of a principle, ~but essence does not; and so the order 723 1, 42 | nature than the order of essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 724 1, 42 | 1), and ~belongs to the essence. Thus equality and likeness 725 1, 42 | God have reference ~to the essence; nor can there be inequality 726 1, 42 | dignity, as also the Father's essence: since dignity is ~something 727 1, 42 | absolute, and pertains to the essence. As, therefore, the same ~ 728 1, 42 | As, therefore, the same ~essence, which in the Father is 729 1, 42 | and the Son have the same essence ~and dignity, which exist 730 1, 42 | the relations are one in ~essence and being, which is irreconcilable 731 1, 42 | Father and the Son; the essence, the relation and the origin; 732 1, 42 | Father is ~in the Son by His essence, forasmuch as the Father 733 1, 42 | as the Father is His own essence and ~communicates His essence 734 1, 42 | essence and ~communicates His essence to the Son not by any change 735 1, 42 | follows that as the Father's essence is in the Son, the Father 736 1, 42 | since the Son is His own essence, it follows ~that He Himself 737 1, 42 | the Father in Whom is His essence. This is ~expressed by Hilary ( 738 1, 42 | except that ~the unity of essence between the principle and 739 1, 42 | as ~He communicates His essence. The command of the Father 740 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 3: As the same essence is paternity in the Father, 741 1, 43 | is in all things by His essence, power and presence, according ~ 742 1, 44 | which does not belong to its essence, as a man can be found ~ 743 1, 44 | on what ~belongs to its essence; because from the fact that 744 1, 44 | does not enter into the essence of ~being as such, therefore 745 1, 44 | not apart from the divine essence, according as the ~likeness 746 1, 44 | as the ~likeness to that essence can be shared diversely 747 1, 45 | action, which ~is God's essence, with a relation to the 748 1, 45 | His being, that is, His essence, which is common to the ~ 749 1, 45 | Trinity but of the ~unity of essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 750 1, 46 | of demonstration is the essence of a thing. Now ~everything 751 1, 47 | perfectly, which is the ~divine essence; and, therefore, it can 752 1, 51 | because it is not of the ~essence of an animal, does not belong 753 1, 52 | whereas the ~Divine power and essence, which is the universal 754 1, 53 | angel is moved locally, his essence is applied to ~various places: 755 1, 53 | various places: but the soul's essence is not applied to the things ~ 756 1, 54 | it seems that life is essence. ~Therefore the action of 757 1, 54 | of the intellect is the essence of an angel who ~understands. ~ 758 1, 54 | as he understands his own essence. Therefore the act of ~understanding, 759 1, 54 | of a substance ~or of an essence. Now it is impossible for 760 1, 54 | the same ~as that between "essence" and "to be"; but rather 761 1, 54 | to ~be," that "life" is "essence." Although life is sometimes 762 1, 54 | is sometimes put for the ~essence, as Augustine says (De Trin. 763 1, 54 | understanding and ~will are one essence, one life": yet it is not 764 1, 54 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The essence of an angel is the reason 765 1, 54 | understand everything by his essence. Consequently in its own ~ 766 1, 54 | specific nature as such an essence, it is compared to the existence 767 1, 54 | power of intelligence is his essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 768 1, 54 | is not different from his essence. For, "mind" and ~"intellect" 769 1, 54 | be anything besides ~his essence, then it must needs be an 770 1, 54 | that which is besides ~the essence of anything, we call it 771 1, 54 | faculty the same as its essence: which is made evident thus. ~ 772 1, 54 | But in every creature ~the essence differs from the existence, 773 1, 54 | existence. Hence the angel's essence is not his power of ~intelligence: 774 1, 54 | intelligence: nor is the essence of any creature its power 775 1, 55 | the angel's nature is his essence. Therefore the angel knows 776 1, 55 | angel knows things ~by his essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 777 1, 55 | universal ~truth. The angel's essence, however, does not comprise 778 1, 55 | itself, since it is an essence restricted to a genus and 779 1, 55 | is ~proper to the Divine essence, which is infinite, simply 780 1, 55 | knows all things by ~His essence. But an angel cannot know 781 1, 55 | cannot know all things by his essence; and his ~intellect must 782 1, 55 | formality - because the angel's essence, as ~being finite, is distinguished 783 1, 55 | their own formality in God's essence, as in ~the first and universal 784 1, 55 | of all ~things by His own essence: and this the angel has 785 1, 55 | is to say, in the Divine essence, by which God knows all ~ 786 1, 55 | of the rest. ~The Divine essence, on account of Its eminence, 787 1, 56 | angel ~does not know his own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 788 1, 56 | to another angel by the ~essence of the one knowing; because 789 1, 56 | of a ~likeness. But the essence of the angel knowing is 790 1, 56 | knowing is not like the essence of ~the angel known, except 791 1, 56 | angel knows another ~by the essence of the angel known; because 792 1, 56 | whereby He is seen in His ~essence, according to which He is 793 1, 56 | by the presence of its essence in the knower, ~as light 794 1, 56 | He is ~seen through His essence; and knowledge such as this 795 1, 56 | nature of the angel in his ~essence, the angel knows God in 796 1, 56 | he ~does not behold God's essence; because no created likeness 797 1, 56 | to represent the Divine essence. Such knowledge then approaches 798 1, 56 | an angel's intellect and essence are infinitely ~remote from 799 1, 56 | Him; nor can he see God's essence through his own nature. 800 1, 57 | within the soul by their essence, as is said in the gloss [* 801 1, 57 | things cannot enter by their essence into man's soul, nor into 802 1, 57 | knows material things by His essence, so do the ~angels know 803 1, 57 | Therefore as by His essence, by which He causes all 804 1, 57 | representations of that one simple essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 805 1, 57 | images ~drawn from the Divine essence, are the images of things 806 1, 57 | s wisdom, which is His ~essence. Therefore they know the 807 1, 57 | knows things both by his ~essence, and by innate species. 808 1, 58 | species, which is the ~Divine essence. Therefore, as regards such 809 1, 58 | only by ~understanding the essence. Thus it is evident that 810 1, 58 | when we understand the ~essence of a thing by some kind 811 1, 58 | the (knowledge of the) ~essence of a thing they know everything 812 1, 59 | this, that the nature or essence of a thing is ~completely 813 1, 59 | anything ~beyond it, is not its essence. Hence we see in natural 814 1, 59 | anything superadded to the ~essence, but from the matter which 815 1, 59 | something ~superadded to the essence; as tendency to a place 816 1, 59 | Consequently there ~alone are essence and will identified where 817 1, 59 | is contained within ~the essence of him who wills; that is 818 1, 59 | be the same thing as its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 819 1, 59 | according as what, in its essence, is outside it is ~disposed 820 1, 60 | of every subject is its essence. Consequently whatever ~ 821 1, 60 | he knows himself by his ~essence, while he knows another 822 1, 60 | he knows himself by his ~essence, and the other not by the 823 1, 60 | other not by the other's essence. In like manner he does ~ 824 1, 60 | same, all who behold God's essence are by the same movement 825 1, 60 | moved towards the Divine essence as it is distinct from other 826 1, 60 | whoever ~sees Him in His essence should not love Him. But 827 1, 60 | such as do not behold ~His essence, know Him by some particular 828 1, 61 | in ~everything else the essence differs from the existence, 829 1, 61 | alone exists of His ~own essence: while all other things 830 1, 61 | through something besides His essence. But His being is eternal. ~ 831 1, 62 | knows the Word ~through His essence. By both kinds of knowledge 832 1, 62 | that to see God in His essence, wherein the ultimate beatitude ~ 833 1, 62 | beatitude by the vision of His essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 834 1, 62 | angel can know God by His essence, and this appertains to 835 1, 62 | can know God by his own ~essence, which belongs to his natural 836 1, 62 | in seeing God through His essence. Now, ~God's essence is 837 1, 62 | His essence. Now, ~God's essence is the very essence of goodness. 838 1, 62 | God's essence is the very essence of goodness. Consequently 839 1, 62 | the vision of the Supreme Essence, it should be led ~on in 840 1, 65 | that ~which is such by its essence. But spiritual substances 841 1, 66 | does ~not admit a fifth essence. Or we may say that formless 842 1, 75 | CONCERNING WHAT BELONGS TO THE ESSENCE OF THE SOUL ~(SEVEN ARTICLES)~ 843 1, 75 | in spiritual substances - essence, power, and operation - 844 1, 75 | first of what belongs to the essence of the soul; secondly, ~ 845 1, 75 | the body is outside the essence ~of the soul, it seems that 846 1, 75 | The body is not of the essence of the soul; but the soul 847 1, 75 | soul by ~the nature of its essence can be united to the body, 848 1, 76 | or more simple than the essence from which ~the faculty 849 1, 76 | quality, but by its own essence; otherwise matter and form ~ 850 1, 76 | individual in a ~nature of one essence composed of matter and form, 851 1, 76 | that it must be outside the essence, and then ~the intellect 852 1, 76 | by something outside the ~essence of each. The distinction 853 1, 76 | Therefore in man the essence of the ~intellectual soul, 854 1, 76 | not move the body by its essence, as the form ~of the body, 855 1, 76 | although it be one in its essence, yet on ~account of its 856 1, 76 | the nature of the fifth essence; so ~that the vegetative 857 1, 76 | not a body; and the fifth essence does not enter materially 858 1, 76 | the soul are rooted in the essence of ~the soul. If, therefore, 859 1, 76 | whiteness, as far as its essence is ~concerned, is equally 860 1, 76 | totality of species and essence, then the whole ~whiteness 861 1, 76 | totality of perfection and ~of essence, but not by totality of 862 1, 77 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the essence of the soul is its power?~( 863 1, 77 | the powers flow from the essence of the soul?~(7) Whether 864 1, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the essence of the soul is its power?~ 865 1, 77 | It would seem that the essence of the soul is its power. 866 1, 77 | one life, one ~mind, one essence." ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 867 1, 77 | whatever does not belong to the essence is an accident. ~Therefore 868 1, 77 | something else besides the essence ~thereof, it is an accident, 869 1, 77 | power of the soul is its own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 870 1, 77 | spirits ~are divided into essence, power, and operation." 871 1, 77 | then, in the ~soul is the essence distinct from the virtue 872 1, 77 | power of the soul is ~its essence, although some have maintained 873 1, 77 | operation is the Divine Essence itself. This cannot be true 874 1, 77 | For the soul by its very essence is an act. Therefore if 875 1, 77 | Therefore if the ~very essence of the soul were the immediate 876 1, 77 | belong to it according to its essence, as a form, but according 877 1, 77 | Therefore it follows that the ~essence of the soul is not its power. 878 1, 77 | for the very ~substance or essence of the soul is known and 879 1, 77 | one life, one mind, one essence." Or, as some say, this 880 1, 77 | according to its entire essence and ~power; as animal in 881 1, 77 | neither according to its whole essence, nor according to its whole 882 1, 77 | part according to its whole essence, not, ~however, according 883 1, 77 | and the will ~are the one essence of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 884 1, 77 | is nothing else ~but its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 885 1, 77 | power of the soul is not its essence, it must be an accident; 886 1, 77 | all that ~belongs to the essence of a thing; whereas whatever 887 1, 77 | whereas whatever is beyond the essence ~of a thing cannot be called 888 1, 77 | does ~not belong to the essence of a thing, but is caused 889 1, 77 | is a medium between the essence ~and accident thus understood. 890 1, 77 | in act. But by the one ~essence of the soul, man has actual 891 1, 77 | or action beyond His ~own Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 892 1, 77 | operations. So there is one essence of the soul, with several ~ 893 1, 77 | be one according to its essence, has a ~certain aptitude 894 1, 77 | of the soul flow from its essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 895 1, 77 | soul do not flow from its ~essence. For different things do 896 1, 77 | one simple thing. But ~the essence of the soul is one and simple. 897 1, 77 | cannot proceed from its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 898 1, 77 | proceeds is its cause. But the ~essence of the soul cannot be said 899 1, 77 | soul do not flow from its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 900 1, 77 | the soul proceed from its essence ~as their cause.~Aquin.: 901 1, 77 | composite, ~flow from the essence of the soul, as from their 902 1, 77 | recipients. Thus, from ~the one essence of the soul many and various 903 1, 77 | we may ~gather that the essence of the soul is the cause 904 1, 77 | soul proceeds from ~the essence of the soul by the medium 905 1, 77 | of another. But since the essence ~of the soul is compared 906 1, 77 | the soul flows from the essence, not by a ~transmutation, 907 1, 37 | is applied only to ~the essence; because it does not import 908 1, 37 | to love" are said of the essence, as ~"understanding" and " 909 1, 37 | as it means the ~divine essence, as was said above (here 910 1, 37 | and this belongs to the essence. Therefore this ~also is 911 1, 37 | Holy Ghost, but by their essence. ~Hence Augustine says ( 912 1, 38 | name belongs to the divine essence. But the ~divine essence 913 1, 38 | essence. But the ~divine essence is the Gift which the Father 914 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 2: The divine essence is the Father's gift in 915 1, 38 | essential in its meaning; as the essence is included ~in the idea 916 1, 39 | PERSONS IN RELATION TO THE ESSENCE (EIGHT ARTICLES)~Those things 917 1, 39 | person in reference to the essence, to ~the properties, and 918 1, 39 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the essence in God is the same as the 919 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence?~(3) Whether essential names 920 1, 39 | 1/1~Whether in God the essence is the same as the person?~ 921 1, 39 | would seem that in God the essence is not the same as person. ~ 922 1, 39 | as person. ~For whenever essence is the same as person or " 923 1, 39 | But in God there is ~one essence and three persons, as is 924 1, 39 | Q[30], A[2]). Therefore essence is not the same as person.~ 925 1, 39 | and negation are true ~of essence and of person. For person 926 1, 39 | person is distinct, whereas essence is not. ~Therefore person 927 1, 39 | not. ~Therefore person and essence are not the same.~Aquin.: 928 1, 39 | But person is subject ~to essence; whence it is called "suppositum" 929 1, 39 | person is not the same as essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 930 1, 39 | simplicity requires that in God essence is the same as ~"suppositum," 931 1, 39 | persons are multiplied, the essence nevertheless retains its ~ 932 1, 39 | have thought that in God essence and person ~differ, forasmuch 933 1, 39 | God they are the divine ~essence itself. Thence it follows 934 1, 39 | Thence it follows that in God essence is not really ~distinct 935 1, 39 | relation as referred to ~the essence does not differ therefrom 936 1, 39 | opposition. Thus there are one essence and ~three persons.~Aquin.: 937 1, 39 | supposita"; and yet the essence is not distinguished, ~because 938 1, 39 | are identified with the essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 939 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As essence and person in God differ 940 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 941 1, 39 | three persons are of one ~essence. For Hilary says (De Synod.) 942 1, 39 | substance of ~God is His essence. Therefore the three persons 943 1, 39 | three persons are not of one essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 944 1, 39 | and Holy Ghost are of one essence. Therefore this should not 945 1, 39 | is the same as the divine essence. It ~suffices therefore 946 1, 39 | that the person is of the ~essence; but rather that the essence 947 1, 39 | essence; but rather that the essence is of the person. Therefore 948 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 949 1, 39 | three persons are "from one essence [ex una essentia]," lest 950 1, 39 | distinction between the essence and the persons ~in God. 951 1, 39 | three persons are "of ~one essence [unius essentiae]."~Aquin.: 952 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence or ~substance, furnishes 953 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 954 1, 39 | form; so also in God the essence is taken as the form ~of 955 1, 39 | are multiplied, and the essence is not multiplied, we ~speak 956 1, 39 | multiplied, we ~speak of one essence of the three persons, and 957 1, 39 | three persons of the one ~essence, provided that these genitives 958 1, 39 | hypostasis," and not for ~the essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 959 1, 39 | three persons are of one essence, nevertheless we ~find it 960 1, 39 | principle of action while ~"essence" comes from being [essendo], 961 1, 39 | can be said to be of "one essence" which have one ~being. 962 1, 39 | three ~persons are "of one essence," than by saying they are " 963 1, 39 | So, because the divine essence signifies a form ~as regards 964 1, 39 | properly be said that the essence is of the ~person; but we 965 1, 39 | some term to ~designate the essence; as, for instance, the Father 966 1, 39 | a person of the ~"divine essence"; or, the three persons 967 1, 39 | three persons are "of one essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 968 1, 39 | three persons of one ~essence," taking essence as having 969 1, 39 | of one ~essence," taking essence as having the habitude of 970 1, 39 | form, we do not mean ~that essence is different from person, 971 1, 39 | three persons from the same essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 972 1, 39 | essential names signify the essence after the manner ~of substantives; 973 1, 39 | Those which signify ~the essence as adjectives are predicated 974 1, 39 | collegians. Now in God the divine essence is signified by way of a ~ 975 1, 39 | which signify ~the divine essence in a substantive manner 976 1, 39 | there is but one divine ~essence. On the other hand, the 977 1, 39 | the names which signify essence in an ~adjectival manner 978 1, 39 | the word "person" is not essence or ~nature, but personality. 979 1, 39 | since it signifies the ~essence, it stands for essence, 980 1, 39 | essence, it stands for essence, and not for person.~Aquin.: 981 1, 39 | name "God" stands for ~the essence. So when we say "God begot," 982 1, 39 | their nature, stand for the essence, but by reason ~of some 983 1, 39 | God" signifies the divine essence as in ~Him Who possesses 984 1, 39 | sometimes stands for the essence, as when ~we say "God creates"; 985 1, 39 | not always stand for the essence it ~signifies.~Aquin.: SMT 986 1, 39 | God" - that is, the divine essence - is really one and common. 987 1, 39 | this proposition is true, "Essence begets essence." For ~Augustine 988 1, 39 | is true, "Essence begets essence." For ~Augustine says (De 989 1, 39 | Wisdom, because they are one essence; and taken singly Wisdom 990 1, 39 | Wisdom is from Wisdom, as essence from essence."~Aquin.: SMT 991 1, 39 | Wisdom, as essence from essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 992 1, 39 | Therefore ~since the divine essence is in the Son, it seems 993 1, 39 | it seems that the divine essence ~is generated.~Aquin.: SMT 994 1, 39 | Further, God and the divine essence are the same, as is clear ~ 995 1, 39 | Therefore this is also true: "Essence ~begets essence."~Aquin.: 996 1, 39 | also true: "Essence ~begets essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 997 1, 39 | the Father is the divine essence; therefore essence can ~ 998 1, 39 | divine essence; therefore essence can ~stand for the person 999 1, 39 | of the Father. Thus the essence begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 1000 1, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the essence is "a thing begetting,"


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