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1001 1, 39 | begetting," because the essence ~is the Father who is begetting. 1002 1, 39 | begetting. Therefore if the essence is not ~begetting, the essence 1003 1, 39 | essence is not ~begetting, the essence will be "a thing begetting," 1004 1, 39 | begets ~itself." But if the essence begets the essence, it begets 1005 1, 39 | if the essence begets the essence, it begets itself only, ~ 1006 1, 39 | distinguished from the divine essence. ~Therefore the essence 1007 1, 39 | essence. ~Therefore the essence does not beget essence.~ 1008 1, 39 | the essence does not beget essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 1009 1, 39 | begot God," so we can say "Essence begot ~essence": considering 1010 1, 39 | can say "Essence begot ~essence": considering that, by reason 1011 1, 39 | nothing else but the divine essence. In this he was wrong, because 1012 1, 39 | God" signifies the divine essence in Him that possesses ~it, 1013 1, 39 | explained (A[4]). The word ~"essence," however, in its mode of 1014 1, 39 | because it signifies the essence as an abstract form. ~Consequently, 1015 1, 39 | cannot be attributed to the essence. For ~that would imply distinction 1016 1, 39 | distinction in the divine essence, in the same way as ~there 1017 1, 39 | OBJ 1: To express unity of essence and of person, the holy 1018 1, 39 | names; ~as when we find "essence from essence"; or "wisdom 1019 1, 39 | when we find "essence from essence"; or "wisdom from wisdom"; 1020 1, 39 | to be, "the Son" who is essence and wisdom, is from ~the 1021 1, 39 | from ~the Father who is essence and wisdom. Nevertheless, 1022 1, 39 | are less inexact than "essence from essence."~Aquin.: SMT 1023 1, 39 | inexact than "essence from essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 1024 1, 39 | Although God and the divine essence are really the same, ~nevertheless, 1025 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 4: The divine essence is predicated of the Father 1026 1, 39 | can be predicated of ~the essence, because they are really 1027 1, 39 | property makes a distinct essence; but it belongs to the ~" 1028 1, 39 | cannot be predicated of the essence unless we add some ~substantive. 1029 1, 39 | We cannot say that the "essence is begetting"; yet we can ~ 1030 1, 39 | yet we can ~say that the "essence is a thing begetting," or 1031 1, 39 | but not if they stand ~for essence. Consequently there exists 1032 1, 39 | contradiction in saying that ~"essence is a thing begetting," and " 1033 1, 39 | second it stands ~for the essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 1034 1, 39 | cannot be predicated of the essence, ~nevertheless substantive 1035 1, 39 | to the real ~identity of essence and person. The divine essence 1036 1, 39 | essence and person. The divine essence is not only really the ~ 1037 1, 39 | can be predicated of the essence ~as if we were to say, " 1038 1, 39 | if we were to say, "The essence is the Father, and the Son, 1039 1, 39 | of itself stand for the ~essence, as above explained (A[4], 1040 1, 39 | it is true to say, ~"The essence is the three persons"; so 1041 1, 39 | be taken for the divine essence. So, although to ~say of 1042 1, 39 | it is true of the divine essence. This was denied ~by Porretanus 1043 1, 39 | say, "God," or "the divine essence is the Father," ~the predication 1044 1, 39 | wisdom which is His ~own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 1045 1, 39 | belongs to the operation. But essence and operation ~are not found 1046 1, 39 | to ~the persons, but not essence or operation; because, being 1047 1, 39 | meaning, are ~referred to the essence, and not to the persons, 1048 1, 39 | by another is not of the essence of a book considered ~as 1049 1, 39 | and stands for the divine essence, the latter ~may be designated 1050 1, 40 | relation would be also in the essence. Therefore relation, or 1051 1, 40 | existing in God, is the divine essence Itself, and ~the essence 1052 1, 40 | essence Itself, and ~the essence is the same as person, as 1053 1, 40 | persons; as we ~say that the essence is in God, and yet is God.~ 1054 1, 40 | attributed to God, is His essence Itself; and ~so, wisdom 1055 1, 40 | are both in the ~divine essence. According to this twofold 1056 1, 40 | attributed to God is His ~own essence. Thus, common spiration 1057 1, 40 | but that as there is one essence in the two persons, so also ~ 1058 1, 40 | properties are said to be in the essence, only by mode of identity; 1059 1, 40 | the ~persons, but not the essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 1060 1, 40 | persons agree in the unity of essence, we must seek to ~know the 1061 1, 40 | nothing to presuppose but essence, and relation or ~property. 1062 1, 40 | since the persons agree in essence, it only remains to ~be 1063 1, 40 | divided, because ~the common essence remains undivided; but the 1064 1, 40 | particular, the common universal essence remains in ~the intellect 1065 1, 41 | attributed to God belongs to His essence, and not to ~a notion.~Aquin.: 1066 1, 41 | from Him, ~belong to His essence. Another order of origin 1067 1, 41 | generate the Son from His ~own essence or nature, it follows that 1068 1, 41 | nature, it follows that the essence or nature of the ~Father 1069 1, 41 | Thus it follows that the essence generates, which was disproved ~ 1070 1, 41 | persons ~are not from the same essence; because the essence is 1071 1, 41 | same essence; because the essence is not another thing ~from 1072 1, 41 | thing from the ~Father's essence. Therefore the Son is not 1073 1, 41 | is not from the Father's essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 1074 1, 41 | produced. But the divine essence ~is unchangeable, and is 1075 1, 41 | the Son is begotten of the essence of the ~Father, as the Master 1076 1, 41 | the Son is begotten of the essence of the Father" - that is, 1077 1, 41 | is, of the ~Father Who is essence; and so Augustine says ( 1078 1, 41 | say of the Father Who is essence, it is the same as if I 1079 1, 41 | more ~explicitly, of the essence of the Father."~Aquin.: 1080 1, 41 | creature is from God Who is essence; but not that ~it is from 1081 1, 41 | not that ~it is from the essence of God. So we may explain 1082 1, 41 | Son is begotten 'of' the essence of the Father, inasmuch 1083 1, 41 | Father, inasmuch as the ~essence of the Father, communicated 1084 1, 41 | the Son is begotten of the essence of the ~Father, a term is 1085 1, 41 | persons are 'of' the divine essence, there is nothing expressed ~ 1086 1, 41 | distinction, God by His ~essence is distinct from those things 1087 1, 41 | understanding is His very ~essence which has no principle.~ 1088 1, 41 | a relation, and not the essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 1089 1, 41 | the relation and not the essence. For power signifies a ~ 1090 1, 41 | power does not signify essence but relation.~Aquin.: SMT 1091 1, 41 | Further, terms signifying the essence in God, are common to the ~ 1092 1, 41 | it does not signify the ~essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 1093 1, 41 | will to beget signifies the essence. Therefore, ~also, the power 1094 1, 41 | principally the divine essence as the Master says (Sent. 1095 1, 41 | Nor does it signify the essence as identified with ~the 1096 1, 41 | we say ~that the divine essence "is the principle by which 1097 1, 41 | not follow that the divine essence is distinct (from the ~Begotten): 1098 1, 41 | were to say that the divine essence ~begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP 1099 1, 41 | begetting, so the divine essence is the same in reality as 1100 1, 41 | if I were to say, the ~"essence of the Father." Wherefore 1101 1, 41 | Wherefore in respect of the essence, which is ~signified, the 1102 1, 42 | divine persons are of one essence, as we have said ~(Q[39], 1103 1, 42 | said ~(Q[39], A[2]). Now essence is signified by way of form. 1104 1, 42 | is nothing else than His essence. Wherefore it ~follows, 1105 1, 42 | would not have the same essence; and thus the three persons 1106 1, 42 | This is because the divine ~essence is not more the Father's 1107 1, 42 | us to consider ~but the essence which they have in common 1108 1, 42 | to itself; and unity of ~essence, since for this reason are 1109 1, 42 | of the same greatness and essence. Now it is clear that the ~ 1110 1, 42 | persons, and the unity of essence. For this reason the Master 1111 1, 42 | whatever exists in God is the essence, or a ~person, or a notion. 1112 1, 42 | nature does not signify the ~essence, nor any of the persons, 1113 1, 42 | divine nature is the divine essence. But there is no ~order 1114 1, 42 | But there is no ~order of essence in God. Therefore neither 1115 1, 42 | idea of a principle, ~but essence does not; and so the order 1116 1, 42 | nature than the order of essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 1117 1, 42 | 1), and ~belongs to the essence. Thus equality and likeness 1118 1, 42 | God have reference ~to the essence; nor can there be inequality 1119 1, 42 | dignity, as also the Father's essence: since dignity is ~something 1120 1, 42 | absolute, and pertains to the essence. As, therefore, the same ~ 1121 1, 42 | As, therefore, the same ~essence, which in the Father is 1122 1, 42 | and the Son have the same essence ~and dignity, which exist 1123 1, 42 | the relations are one in ~essence and being, which is irreconcilable 1124 1, 42 | Father and the Son; the essence, the relation and the origin; 1125 1, 42 | Father is ~in the Son by His essence, forasmuch as the Father 1126 1, 42 | as the Father is His own essence and ~communicates His essence 1127 1, 42 | essence and ~communicates His essence to the Son not by any change 1128 1, 42 | follows that as the Father's essence is in the Son, the Father 1129 1, 42 | since the Son is His own essence, it follows ~that He Himself 1130 1, 42 | the Father in Whom is His essence. This is ~expressed by Hilary ( 1131 1, 42 | except that ~the unity of essence between the principle and 1132 1, 42 | as ~He communicates His essence. The command of the Father 1133 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 3: As the same essence is paternity in the Father, 1134 1, 43 | is in all things by His essence, power and presence, according ~ 1135 1, 45 | which does not belong to its essence, as a man can be found without 1136 1, 45 | on what ~belongs to its essence; because from the fact that 1137 1, 45 | does not enter into the essence of ~being as such, therefore 1138 1, 45 | not apart from the divine essence, according as the ~likeness 1139 1, 45 | as the ~likeness to that essence can be shared diversely 1140 1, 46 | action, which ~is God's essence, with a relation to the 1141 1, 46 | His being, that is, His essence, which is common to the ~ 1142 1, 46 | Trinity but of the ~unity of essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 1143 1, 47 | of demonstration is the essence of a thing. Now ~everything 1144 1, 48 | perfectly, which is the ~divine essence; and, therefore, it can 1145 1, 52 | because it is not of the ~essence of an animal, does not belong 1146 1, 53 | whereas the ~Divine power and essence, which is the universal 1147 1, 54 | angel is moved locally, his essence is applied to ~various places: 1148 1, 54 | various places: but the soul's essence is not applied to the things ~ 1149 1, 55 | it seems that life is essence. ~Therefore the action of 1150 1, 55 | of the intellect is the essence of an angel who ~understands. ~ 1151 1, 55 | as he understands his own essence. Therefore the act of ~understanding, 1152 1, 55 | of a substance ~or of an essence. Now it is impossible for 1153 1, 55 | the same ~as that between "essence" and "to be"; but rather 1154 1, 55 | to ~be," that "life" is "essence." Although life is sometimes 1155 1, 55 | is sometimes put for the ~essence, as Augustine says (De Trin. 1156 1, 55 | understanding and ~will are one essence, one life": yet it is not 1157 1, 55 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The essence of an angel is the reason 1158 1, 55 | understand everything by his essence. Consequently in its own ~ 1159 1, 55 | specific nature as such an essence, it is compared to the existence 1160 1, 55 | power of intelligence is his essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 1161 1, 55 | is not different from his essence. For, "mind" and ~"intellect" 1162 1, 55 | be anything besides ~his essence, then it must needs be an 1163 1, 55 | that which is besides ~the essence of anything, we call it 1164 1, 55 | faculty the same as its essence: which is made evident thus. ~ 1165 1, 55 | But in every creature ~the essence differs from the existence, 1166 1, 55 | existence. Hence the angel's essence is not his power of ~intelligence: 1167 1, 55 | intelligence: nor is the essence of any creature its power 1168 1, 56 | the angel's nature is his essence. Therefore the angel knows 1169 1, 56 | angel knows things ~by his essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 1170 1, 56 | universal ~truth. The angel's essence, however, does not comprise 1171 1, 56 | itself, since it is an essence restricted to a genus and 1172 1, 56 | is ~proper to the Divine essence, which is infinite, simply 1173 1, 56 | knows all things by ~His essence. But an angel cannot know 1174 1, 56 | cannot know all things by his essence; and his ~intellect must 1175 1, 56 | formality - because the angel's essence, as ~being finite, is distinguished 1176 1, 56 | their own formality in God's essence, as in ~the first and universal 1177 1, 56 | of all ~things by His own essence: and this the angel has 1178 1, 56 | is to say, in the Divine essence, by which God knows all ~ 1179 1, 56 | of the rest. ~The Divine essence, on account of Its eminence, 1180 1, 57 | angel ~does not know his own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 1181 1, 57 | to another angel by the ~essence of the one knowing; because 1182 1, 57 | of a ~likeness. But the essence of the angel knowing is 1183 1, 57 | knowing is not like the essence of ~the angel known, except 1184 1, 57 | angel knows another ~by the essence of the angel known; because 1185 1, 57 | whereby He is seen in His ~essence, according to which He is 1186 1, 57 | by the presence of its essence in the knower, ~as light 1187 1, 57 | He is ~seen through His essence; and knowledge such as this 1188 1, 57 | nature of the angel in his ~essence, the angel knows God in 1189 1, 57 | he ~does not behold God's essence; because no created likeness 1190 1, 57 | to represent the Divine essence. Such knowledge then approaches 1191 1, 57 | an angel's intellect and essence are infinitely ~remote from 1192 1, 57 | Him; nor can he see ~God's essence through his own nature. 1193 1, 58 | within the soul by their essence, as is said in the gloss [* 1194 1, 58 | things cannot enter by their essence into man's soul, nor into 1195 1, 58 | knows material things by His essence, so do the ~angels know 1196 1, 58 | Therefore as by His essence, by which He causes all 1197 1, 58 | representations of that one simple essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 1198 1, 58 | images ~drawn from the Divine essence, are the images of things 1199 1, 58 | s wisdom, which is His ~essence. Therefore they know the 1200 1, 58 | knows things both by his ~essence, and by innate species. 1201 1, 59 | species, which is the ~Divine essence. Therefore, as regards such 1202 1, 59 | only by ~understanding the essence. Thus it is evident that 1203 1, 59 | when we understand the ~essence of a thing by some kind 1204 1, 59 | the (knowledge of the) ~essence of a thing they know everything 1205 1, 60 | this, that the nature or essence of a thing is ~completely 1206 1, 60 | anything ~beyond it, is not its essence. Hence we see in natural 1207 1, 60 | anything superadded to the ~essence, but from the matter which 1208 1, 60 | something ~superadded to the essence; as tendency to a place 1209 1, 60 | Consequently there ~alone are essence and will identified where 1210 1, 60 | is contained within ~the essence of him who wills; that is 1211 1, 60 | be the same thing as its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 1212 1, 60 | according as what, in its essence, is outside it is ~disposed 1213 1, 61 | of every subject is its essence. Consequently whatever ~ 1214 1, 61 | he knows himself by his ~essence, while he knows another 1215 1, 61 | he knows himself by his ~essence, and the other not by the 1216 1, 61 | other not by the other's essence. In like manner he does ~ 1217 1, 61 | same, all who behold God's essence are by the same movement 1218 1, 61 | moved towards the Divine essence as it is distinct from other 1219 1, 61 | whoever ~sees Him in His essence should not love Him. But 1220 1, 61 | such as do not behold ~His essence, know Him by some particular 1221 1, 62 | in ~everything else the essence differs from the existence, 1222 1, 62 | alone exists of His ~own essence: while all other things 1223 1, 62 | through something besides His essence. But His being is eternal. ~ 1224 1, 63 | knows the Word ~through His essence. By both kinds of knowledge 1225 1, 63 | that to see God in His essence, wherein the ultimate beatitude ~ 1226 1, 63 | beatitude by the vision of His essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 1227 1, 63 | angel can know God by His essence, and this appertains to 1228 1, 63 | can know God by his own ~essence, which belongs to his natural 1229 1, 63 | in seeing God through His essence. Now, ~God's essence is 1230 1, 63 | His essence. Now, ~God's essence is the very essence of goodness. 1231 1, 63 | God's essence is the very essence of goodness. Consequently 1232 1, 63 | the vision of the Supreme Essence, it should be led ~on in 1233 1, 66 | that ~which is such by its essence. But spiritual substances 1234 1, 67 | does ~not admit a fifth essence. Or we may say that formless 1235 1, 74 | CONCERNING WHAT BELONGS TO THE ESSENCE OF THE SOUL ~(SEVEN ARTICLES)~ 1236 1, 74 | in spiritual substances - essence, power, and operation - 1237 1, 74 | first of what belongs to the essence of the soul; secondly, ~ 1238 1, 74 | the body is outside the essence ~of the soul, it seems that 1239 1, 74 | The body is not of the essence of the soul; but the soul 1240 1, 74 | soul by ~the nature of its essence can be united to the body, 1241 1, 75 | or more simple than the essence from which ~the faculty 1242 1, 75 | quality, but by its own essence; otherwise matter and form ~ 1243 1, 75 | individual in a ~nature of one essence composed of matter and form, 1244 1, 75 | that it must be outside the essence, and then ~the intellect 1245 1, 75 | by something outside the ~essence of each. The distinction 1246 1, 75 | Therefore in man the essence of the ~intellectual soul, 1247 1, 75 | not move the body by its essence, as the form ~of the body, 1248 1, 75 | although it be one in its essence, yet on ~account of its 1249 1, 75 | the nature of the fifth essence; so ~that the vegetative 1250 1, 75 | not a body; and the fifth essence does not enter materially 1251 1, 75 | the soul are rooted in the essence of ~the soul. If, therefore, 1252 1, 75 | whiteness, as far as its essence is ~concerned, is equally 1253 1, 75 | totality of species and essence, then the whole ~whiteness 1254 1, 75 | totality of perfection and ~of essence, but not by totality of 1255 1, 76 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the essence of the soul is its power?~( 1256 1, 76 | the powers flow from the essence of the soul?~(7) Whether 1257 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the essence of the soul is its power?~ 1258 1, 76 | It would seem that the essence of the soul is its power. 1259 1, 76 | one life, one ~mind, one essence." ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 1260 1, 76 | whatever does not belong to the essence is an accident. ~Therefore 1261 1, 76 | something else besides the essence ~thereof, it is an accident, 1262 1, 76 | power of the soul is its own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 1263 1, 76 | spirits ~are divided into essence, power, and operation." 1264 1, 76 | then, in the ~soul is the essence distinct from the virtue 1265 1, 76 | power of the soul is ~its essence, although some have maintained 1266 1, 76 | operation is the Divine Essence itself. This cannot be true 1267 1, 76 | For the soul by its very essence is an act. Therefore if 1268 1, 76 | Therefore if the ~very essence of the soul were the immediate 1269 1, 76 | belong to it according to its essence, as a form, but according 1270 1, 76 | Therefore it follows that the ~essence of the soul is not its power. 1271 1, 76 | for the very ~substance or essence of the soul is known and 1272 1, 76 | one life, one mind, one essence." Or, as some say, this 1273 1, 76 | according to its entire essence and ~power; as animal in 1274 1, 76 | neither according to its whole essence, nor according to its whole 1275 1, 76 | part according to its whole essence, not, ~however, according 1276 1, 76 | and the will ~are the one essence of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 1277 1, 76 | is nothing else ~but its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 1278 1, 76 | power of the soul is not its essence, it must be an accident; 1279 1, 76 | all that ~belongs to the essence of a thing; whereas whatever 1280 1, 76 | whereas whatever is beyond the essence ~of a thing cannot be called 1281 1, 76 | does ~not belong to the essence of a thing, but is caused 1282 1, 76 | is a medium between the essence ~and accident thus understood. 1283 1, 76 | in act. But by the one ~essence of the soul, man has actual 1284 1, 76 | or action beyond His ~own Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 1285 1, 76 | operations. So there is one essence of the soul, with several ~ 1286 1, 76 | be one according to its essence, has a ~certain aptitude 1287 1, 76 | of the soul flow from its essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 1288 1, 76 | soul do not flow from its ~essence. For different things do 1289 1, 76 | one simple thing. But ~the essence of the soul is one and simple. 1290 1, 76 | cannot proceed from its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 1291 1, 76 | proceeds is its cause. But the ~essence of the soul cannot be said 1292 1, 76 | soul do not flow from its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 1293 1, 76 | the soul proceed from its essence ~as their cause.~Aquin.: 1294 1, 76 | composite, ~flow from the essence of the soul, as from their 1295 1, 76 | recipients. Thus, from ~the one essence of the soul many and various 1296 1, 76 | we may ~gather that the essence of the soul is the cause 1297 1, 76 | soul proceeds from ~the essence of the soul by the medium 1298 1, 76 | of another. But since the essence ~of the soul is compared 1299 1, 76 | the soul flows from the essence, not by a ~transmutation, 1300 1, 78 | power of the soul, or its essence?~(2) If it be a power, whether 1301 1, 78 | power of the soul, but ~the essence of the soul. For the intellect 1302 1, 78 | power of the soul, but the essence; for ~Augustine says (De 1303 1, 78 | things, but denominate the essence." Therefore the intellect 1304 1, 78 | Therefore the intellect is the ~essence of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 1305 1, 78 | one power, but only in the essence of the soul. Now the appetitive ~ 1306 1, 78 | intellect of man is of the very essence of the ~soul and not a power 1307 1, 78 | is immaterial through its essence. Therefore it ~seems that 1308 1, 78 | intellectual through its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 1309 1, 78 | the soul, and not the very essence of the soul. For then alone 1310 1, 78 | soul. For then alone the ~essence of that which operates is 1311 1, 78 | operation as its ~act, so is the essence to being. But in God alone 1312 1, 78 | alone is His intellect ~His essence: while in other intellectual 1313 1, 78 | that the mind is spirit and essence (De Trin. ix, 2; xiv, ~16).~ 1314 1, 78 | intellect, which is the Essence of God, in which ~originally 1315 1, 78 | every power flows ~from the essence of the soul. It would therefore 1316 1, 78 | intellect flows from the essence of the soul. And thus it 1317 1, 78 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: Since the essence of the soul is immaterial, 1318 1, 78 | matter, flowing from the ~essence of the soul, in the same 1319 1, 78 | penetrates ~to their very essence, from which it demonstrates 1320 1, 81 | man ~who sees God in His essence of necessity adheres to 1321 1, 83 | understands them through its essence, or through any ~species?~( 1322 1, 83 | are in the soul by their ~essence. But such are not bodies. 1323 1, 83 | in the soul by their own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 1324 1, 83 | corporeal things through its essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 1325 1, 83 | corporeal things through ~its essence. For Augustine says (De 1326 1, 83 | knows bodies through its essence, which it employs for ~the 1327 1, 83 | corporeal creatures through its essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 1328 1, 83 | knows bodies ~through its essence. For it was universally 1329 1, 83 | knows all things by its essence, then its essence must needs 1330 1, 83 | by its essence, then its essence must needs have ~all things 1331 1, 83 | philosophers held that ~the essence of the soul, that it may 1332 1, 83 | proper to ~God, that His Essence comprise all things immaterially 1333 1, 83 | all ~things through His Essence: but neither the human soul 1334 1, 83 | a finite and determinate essence. ~Wherefore although the 1335 1, 83 | Wherefore although the essence of the higher creature has 1336 1, 83 | creature. But the Divine Essence is a perfect likeness of 1337 1, 83 | what in itself and in its essence is understood in act, ~is 1338 1, 83 | Now that ~which in its essence is actually understood is 1339 1, 83 | principle ~which is by its essence intelligible - namely, God. 1340 1, 84 | in ~one, that is, in His Essence. But whatever things the 1341 1, 84 | various ~relations of the essence. Thus it necessarily compares 1342 1, 84 | understanding the simple essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 1343 1, 84 | surroundings of ~the thing in its essence or quiddity, in referring 1344 1, 85 | shall ~be able to see the Essence of God Himself, but without 1345 1, 86 | knows itself by its own essence?~(2) Whether it knows its 1346 1, 86 | soul knows itself by its essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 1347 1, 86 | knows itself by its own ~essence. For Augustine says (De 1348 1, 86 | understands itself by its own ~essence. Therefore likewise does 1349 1, 86 | understands itself by its own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 1350 1, 86 | other things, not by their essence, but by their ~similitudes. 1351 1, 86 | understand itself by its own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 1352 1, 86 | intelligible by their own essence according as ~each one is 1353 1, 86 | one is actual by its own essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 1354 1, 86 | Therefore it is that the Essence of God, the pure and perfect 1355 1, 86 | and hence God by His own ~Essence knows Himself, and all other 1356 1, 86 | things also. The angelic essence ~belongs, indeed, to the 1357 1, 86 | is not completed by his essence. For although an angel ~ 1358 1, 86 | understands himself by his own essence, still he cannot understand 1359 1, 86 | other things by his own essence; for he knows things other 1360 1, 86 | Ed.]. Therefore in its essence the human mind is potentially ~ 1361 1, 86 | knows itself not by its essence, but by its act. This happens 1362 1, 86 | things; which is to know its essence ~and nature.~Aquin.: SMT 1363 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The essence of an angel is an act in 1364 1, 86 | angel apprehends his own essence through itself: not so the 1365 1, 86 | habits of the soul by their essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 1366 1, 86 | habits of the soul by ~their essence. For Augustine says (De 1367 1, 86 | habits are present by their essence in ~the soul. Therefore 1368 1, 86 | soul are known by their essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 1369 1, 86 | the understanding of His Essence, are one and the same act, 1370 1, 86 | the same act, because His ~Essence is His act of understanding. 1371 1, 86 | that act is the angelic ~essence. Wherefore although there 1372 1, 86 | whereby he ~understands his essence, yet he understands both 1373 1, 86 | because to understand his own essence is the proper perfection 1374 1, 86 | proper perfection of his ~essence, and by one and the same 1375 1, 86 | understanding, nor is its own ~essence the first object of its 1376 1, 87 | of substance, as their ~essence is distinct from their existence. 1377 1, 87 | less ~can it understand the essence of the uncreated substance. 1378 1, 88 | it is that God by His one Essence ~understands all things; 1379 1, 88 | universal and singular, by His Essence, as the cause of ~universal 1380 1, 88 | similitude of the Divine Essence. There is a difference, 1381 1, 89 | is a simple form in its essence, yet it ~is not its own 1382 1, 89 | OBJ 1: The soul's simple essence is as the material element, 1383 1, 89 | co-exists with the soul's essence, because ~existence naturally 1384 1, 90 | something of the ~fifth essence enters materially into the 1385 1, 90 | be taken from the fifth ~essence, or from a heavenly body, 1386 1, 91 | size are extraneous ~to the essence of matter itself. Wherefore 1387 1, 92 | man by comparison with the Essence, ~or with all the Divine 1388 1, 92 | equality does not belong to the essence of an image; for as ~Augustine 1389 1, 92 | glass. Yet this is of the essence of a perfect image; for 1390 1, 92 | Fide ad Petrum ~i): "One in essence is the Godhead of the Holy 1391 1, 92 | in man is of the Divine Essence, and not of the Trinity 1392 1, 92 | more to the unity of the Essence than to the distinction 1393 1, 92 | Persons, but the unity of the Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 1394 1, 92 | Father by a likeness of essence, it would ~follow of necessity 1395 1, 92 | image of God is the very ~Essence of God, Which is incorrectly 1396 1, 92 | as some say, the Divine Essence is called an ~image because 1397 1, 92 | body is extrinsic to the essence of the ~soul; while the 1398 1, 92 | rather the power or the essence of the intellectual ~soul. 1399 1, 92 | representation of ~the Divine Essence, to which representation 1400 1, 92 | the "likeness is in the ~essence because it is immortal and 1401 1, 92 | Reply OBJ 2: The soul's essence belongs to the "image," 1402 1, 92 | representing ~the Divine Essence in those things which belong 1403 1, 93 | Whether the first man saw the Essence of God?~(2) Whether he could 1404 1, 93 | man saw God through His Essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 1405 1, 93 | man saw God through His Essence. For ~man's happiness consists 1406 1, 93 | the vision of the Divine Essence. But the ~first man, "while 1407 1, 93 | paradise saw God through ~His Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 1408 1, 93 | the vision of the Divine ~Essence. Therefore man saw God through 1409 1, 93 | man saw God through His Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 1410 1, 93 | the vision of God is His Essence is whereby God is seen ~ 1411 1, 93 | state saw God through His Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 1412 1, 93 | to see God through ~His Essence is most spiritual. Therefore 1413 1, 93 | not see God through His Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 1414 1, 93 | not see God through His Essence if we ~consider the ordinary 1415 1, 93 | because, since in the Divine Essence is beatitude ~itself, the 1416 1, 93 | man who sees the Divine Essence has the same ~relation to 1417 1, 93 | Wherefore no one who ~sees the Essence of God can willingly turn 1418 1, 93 | who see God through His Essence are so firmly established ~ 1419 1, 93 | not see God through His Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 1420 1, 93 | we see God ~through His Essence. To make this clear, we 1421 1, 93 | vision ~of God through His Essence is contradistinguished from 1422 1, 93 | participation of the Divine Essence." Therefore, through these ~ 1423 1, 93 | the vision of the ~Divine Essence. He was, however, endowed 1424 1, 93 | the angels through their ~essence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 1425 1, 93 | the ~angels through their essence. For Gregory says (Dialog. 1426 1, 93 | see the angels ~in their essence. Nevertheless he had a more 1427 1, 94 | the vision of the Divine Essence, and the ~possession of 1428 1, 99 | cleave to Him Who is the essence of goodness, wherefrom no 1429 1, 99 | state of seeing God in His Essence, he would have become spiritual 1430 1, 102 | Itself by virtue of ~Its Essence, Which is the very essence 1431 1, 102 | Essence, Which is the very essence of goodness; whereas a particular ~ 1432 1, 102 | that as God is the very essence of goodness, so ~everything 1433 1, 103 | Being ~in virtue of His own Essence, since His Essence is His 1434 1, 103 | His own Essence, since His Essence is His existence; whereas ~ 1435 1, 103 | participation, so that its essence is not its ~existence. Therefore, 1436 1, 104 | understand Him through His Essence, as we have seen ~above ( 1437 1, 105 | inferior and superior, see the Essence ~of God immediately, and 1438 1, 105 | chastening of the inferior essence is an enlightening of things 1439 1, 105 | Dionysius ~says: "Each heavenly essence communicates to the inferior 1440 1, 107 | one ~way - that is, in His essence - there is no hierarchical 1441 1, 107 | the vision of the Divine Essence, and in the unchangeable ~ 1442 1, 107 | the ~medium between the essence and the operation, and in 1443 1, 111 | angels gaze upon the Divine ~Essence immediately; in regard to 1444 1, 111 | clearness itself of the Divine Essence; but ~only the superior 1445 1, 111 | the glory ~of the Divine Essence; and so it may be said that 1446 2, 2 | that which pertains to its essence is ~distinct from its proper 1447 2, 2 | perfect good, the very essence of happiness, but something 1448 2, 3 | contemplation of God seen in His ~Essence?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[1] 1449 2, 3 | consider it as to the very essence of happiness, then it is 1450 2, 3 | God is happiness by His Essence: for He is happy not by ~ 1451 2, 3 | something else, but by His Essence. On ~the other hand, men 1452 2, 3 | Aristotle expressed the ~very essence of happiness, showing by 1453 2, 3 | happiness: one, which is the essence of happiness: the other, 1454 2, 3 | then, that as to the very essence of happiness, it is impossible 1455 2, 3 | 3/3~So, therefore, the essence of happiness consists in 1456 2, 3 | though it were the ~very essence of happiness; but because 1457 2, 3 | thing known, which is His Essence, God has not practical ~ 1458 2, 3 | that which is so by its essence. Now it is evident that 1459 2, 3 | alone is His Being His ~Essence, as shown in the FP, Q[44], 1460 2, 3 | the vision of the divine essence?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[8] 1461 2, 3 | the vision ~of the Divine Essence. For Dionysius says (Myst. 1462 2, 3 | that which is seen in its essence is not ~altogether unknown. 1463 2, 3 | in God being seen in His Essence.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[8] 1464 2, 3 | nature. ~But to see His own Essence is the perfection proper 1465 2, 3 | the vision of the Divine Essence. To make this clear, two 1466 2, 3 | what a thing is," i.e. the essence of a ~thing, according to 1467 2, 3 | in so far as it knows the essence of a thing. If therefore 1468 2, 3 | an ~intellect knows the essence of some effect, whereby 1469 2, 3 | not possible to know the essence of the cause, i.e. to know 1470 2, 3 | arrive at a knowledge of the essence of the cause.~Aquin.: SMT 1471 2, 3 | human intellect, knowing the essence of some created ~effect, 1472 2, 3 | needs ~to reach the very Essence of the First Cause. And 1473 2, 3 | Who, in understanding his ~Essence, comprehends It, is higher 1474 2, 4 | self-sufficient. Since then the essence of happiness consists ~in 1475 2, 4 | the vision of the Divine Essence, Which is the very essence 1476 2, 4 | Essence, Which is the very essence of goodness. So that the 1477 2, 4 | will of him who sees the Essence of God, ~of necessity, loves, 1478 2, 4 | of him who sees not God's Essence, of necessity, loves whatever ~ 1479 2, 4 | the vision of the Divine Essence. Therefore the soul cannot 1480 2, 4 | the vision of the Divine Essence, we are not ~present to 1481 2, 4 | walk by sight," seeing the Essence ~of God, wherein is true 1482 2, 4 | evident that the Divine Essence cannot be seen by means 1483 2, 4 | the vision of the Divine Essence, it does not ~depend on 1484 2, 4 | First, as constituting the essence thereof; thus ~the soul 1485 2, 4 | the vision ~of the Divine Essence. For the soul desires to 1486 2, 4 | the vision of the Divine ~Essence, as shown above (Q[3], A[ 1487 2, 4 | the ~intellect whereby the Essence of God is seen, yet it might 1488 2, 4 | not as belonging to the essence of ~happiness, but by serving 1489 2, 5 | the vision of the Divine Essence, which man cannot obtain 1490 2, 5 | which is not ~seen in Its Essence: and this imperfection destroys 1491 2, 5 | the vision of the Divine Essence. Now it is ~impossible for 1492 2, 5 | anyone seeing the Divine Essence, to wish not to see It. ~ 1493 2, 5 | the vision of the Divine Essence fills the soul ~with all 1494 2, 5 | the vision of the Divine Essence. Now the vision of God's ~ 1495 2, 5 | Now the vision of God's ~Essence surpasses the nature not 1496 2, 5 | the vision of the Divine Essence, which ~infinitely surpasses 1497 2, 5 | the ~vision of the Divine Essence, as was stated in the FP, 1498 2, 5 | 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, the essence of Happiness is the vision 1499 2, 5 | the vision of the Divine ~Essence, as stated above (Q[3], 1500 2, 5 | for man to see the Divine Essence; wherefore they desire it


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