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1 1, 1 | of the Holy Ghost: "The spiritual man ~judgeth all things" ( 2 1, 1 | put forward divine and ~spiritual truths by means of comparisons 3 1, 1 | sense. Hence in Holy ~Writ, spiritual truths are fittingly taught 4 1, 1 | debtor" (Rm. 1:14) - that spiritual truths be expounded by ~ 5 1, 1 | signification is called the ~spiritual sense, which is based on 6 1, 1 | presupposes it. Now ~this spiritual sense has a threefold division. 7 1, 1 | faith is contained under the spiritual sense ~which is not elsewhere 8 1, 1 | alone stands for the three spiritual senses. Thus Hugh of St. ~ 9 1, 3 | Holy Writ puts before ~us spiritual and divine things under 10 1, 3 | withdraw ~signifies merely spiritual actions based on the metaphor 11 1, 8 | contains them, nevertheless, spiritual things contain those ~things 12 1, 8 | Manichees) who said ~that spiritual and incorporeal things were 13 1, 10 | 23), that "God moves the spiritual through ~time." But aeviternity 14 1, 10 | said to be the measure of spiritual substances. ~Therefore time 15 1, 10 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Spiritual creatures as regards successive 16 1, 10 | bodies; ~and others are spiritual substances, as are the angels. 17 1, 10 | things to the knowledge of spiritual things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 18 1, 10 | opinion existed ~concerning spiritual substances. Some said that 19 1, 10 | thought. Others said that all spiritual substances ~proceeded from 20 1, 10 | when he said that among spiritual ~substances there are the 21 1, 10 | the heavenly bodies and spiritual things differ in ~the genus 22 1, 12 | 22,23), "God moves ~the spiritual creature according to time" - 23 1, 12 | and ~affection. But the spiritual creature is the angel who 24 1, 14 | does God know all creatures spiritual and temporal, but because 25 1, 22 | foremost has provision over spiritual ~things, and thus over the 26 1, 25 | movement, but moves ~the spiritual creature in time, and the 27 1, 26 | is also in God, but in a spiritual manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 28 1, 36 | wrestlynge is . . . against the spiritual wicked gostes of the ayre" ~( 29 1, 42 | such is the greatness of spiritual ~things, just as we speak 30 1, 42 | is wanting ~equality of spiritual simplicity. The seventh 31 1, 43 | shown in the spirit by the spiritual images of ~bodies. But whoever 32 1, 43 | of the giver of grace by spiritual regeneration; ~hence the 33 1, 46 | God through the medium ~of spiritual creation; and to exclude 34 1, 47 | the distinction of the ~spiritual and corporeal creature.~ 35 1, 48 | the distinction of the ~spiritual and corporeal creatures.~ 36 1, 50 | distinction of corporeal and spiritual creatures: ~firstly, the 37 1, 50 | creatures: ~firstly, the purely spiritual creature which in Holy Scripture 38 1, 50 | creature, corporeal and spiritual, which is man.~Aquin.: SMT 39 1, 50 | Whether there is any entirely spiritual creature, altogether ~incorporeal?~( 40 1, 50 | creatures, both corporeal and spiritual. Hence Ambrose says (De 41 1, 50 | the universal ~matter of spiritual and corporeal things is 42 1, 50 | impressed in the ~matter of spiritual things, in the same way 43 1, 50 | cannot be one matter of ~spiritual and of corporeal things. 44 1, 50 | is not possible that a ~spiritual and a corporeal form should 45 1, 50 | would be corporeal and ~spiritual. Hence it would follow that 46 1, 50 | and another receives the spiritual form. Matter, however, ~ 47 1, 50 | follow that the matter of spiritual things ~is subject to quantity; 48 1, 50 | impossible that ~corporeal and spiritual things should have the same 49 1, 50 | Some have said that all spiritual substances, even souls, ~ 50 1, 51 | for this purpose, that the spiritual ~properties and works of 51 1, 51 | by such bodily organs the spiritual powers of the angels may 52 1, 51 | eating, but figurative of spiritual eating. This is what the 53 1, 52 | the same reason all ~other spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 55 | distinction and order of spiritual substances ~and the distinction 55 1, 55 | things. But in the higher spiritual ~substances - that is, the 56 1, 55 | such substances. The ~lower spiritual substances - that is, souls - 57 1, 56 | likewise the forms of all spiritual creatures. So in every one 58 1, 56 | So in every one of these ~spiritual creatures, the forms of 59 1, 56 | things, both corporeal and ~spiritual, were impressed by the Word 60 1, 56 | while the forms of ~other spiritual and corporeal natures were 61 1, 56 | might know corporeal and spiritual creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 62 1, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The spiritual natures of the angels are 63 1, 57 | viii) that "God moves the spiritual creature ~according to time." 64 1, 57 | some other corporeal or spiritual cause. Since, ~therefore, 65 1, 58 | Gen. ad lit. iv, 32): "The spiritual ~faculty of the angelic 66 1, 58 | angels ~hold that grade among spiritual substances which the heavenly 67 1, 61 | 21) that "God moves the spiritual ~creature according to time."~ 68 1, 61 | made up of ~corporeal and spiritual creatures. Consequently 69 1, 61 | creatures. Consequently spiritual creatures were ~so created 70 1, 62 | angels, whom He uses for spiritual ministrations"; since "they 71 1, 63 | Further, as pride and envy are spiritual sins, so are sloth, ~avarice, 72 1, 63 | avarice, and anger. But spiritual sins are concerned with 73 1, 63 | demons which can belong to ~a spiritual nature. Now a spiritual 74 1, 63 | spiritual nature. Now a spiritual nature cannot be affected 75 1, 63 | as are in keeping with ~spiritual things; because nothing 76 1, 63 | is incited to good of the spiritual order; unless in such ~affection 77 1, 63 | man becomes sluggish in spiritual exercises because they weary ~ 78 1, 63 | pride ~and envy are the only spiritual sins which can be found 79 1, 63 | Sometimes in Holy Scripture spiritual instantaneous ~movements 80 1, 64 | punishment. For a demon is a spiritual nature. But a spiritual 81 1, 64 | spiritual nature. But a spiritual nature is ~not affected 82 1, 65 | From the consideration of spiritual creatures we proceed to 83 1, 65 | whether they are invisible and spiritual, or visible and ~corporeal. 84 1, 65 | or ~the affections, as spiritual creatures. But the Apostle' 85 1, 65 | of the lesser good. But spiritual creatures are ~related to 86 1, 65 | created for the sake of spiritual ~creatures, and not on account 87 1, 65 | creatures are unequal to spiritual creatures. Therefore the 88 1, 65 | punishment of the sin of spiritual creatures. For he maintained 89 1, 65 | God ~in the beginning made spiritual creatures only, and all 90 1, 65 | suitable to some ~sin of a spiritual creature, it would follow, 91 1, 65 | it would follow, if other spiritual ~creatures had sinned in 92 1, 65 | made for the sake ~of the spiritual, does not prevent their 93 1, 65 | should be ~produced by the spiritual, as the lower by the higher.~ 94 1, 65 | then all creatures, both spiritual and ~corporeal, were produced 95 1, 65 | produced by the finite power of spiritual creatures: for in suchlike ~ 96 1, 65 | are without matter are ~spiritual substances, and forms that 97 1, 65 | forms of bodies are from spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT 98 1, 65 | such by its essence. But spiritual substances are forms ~essentially, 99 1, 65 | things are derived from spiritual ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT 100 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, spiritual substances have more power 101 1, 65 | material forms derived from spiritual ~substances. ~Aquin.: SMT 102 1, 65 | forms are ~derived from spiritual substances, which we call 103 1, 65 | existing in the ~intellect of spiritual creatures (called "intelligences" 104 1, 65 | is moved by a ~created spiritual substance, as Augustine 105 1, 65 | corporeal forms are derived from spiritual ~substances, not emanating 106 1, 66 | two-fold ~glory is looked for, spiritual and corporeal, not only 107 1, 66 | to be made new. Now the ~spiritual glory began with the beginning 108 1, 66 | Gen. ad lit. i, 3): "Both spiritual and ~corporeal creatures 109 1, 67 | proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual things?~(2) Whether light, 110 1, 67 | proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 111 1, 67 | in its proper sense in ~spiritual things. For Augustine says ( 112 1, 67 | ad lit. iv, 28) that "in ~spiritual things light is better and 113 1, 67 | in their proper sense ~in spiritual things. Therefore light 114 1, 67 | in its proper sense in ~spiritual matters.~Aquin.: SMT FP 115 1, 67 | belongs more properly to spiritual ~things than to corporeal. 116 1, 67 | metaphorically when applied to ~spiritual things, as Ambrose says ( 117 1, 67 | may properly be applied to spiritual things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 118 1, 67 | rather a substantial ~or spiritual form.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] 119 1, 67 | Further, if it be said that spiritual light is here spoken of, 120 1, 67 | darkness. ~But in the beginning spiritual darkness was not, for even 121 1, 67 | over the production of the spiritual creature, and ~therefore 122 1, 67 | created heaven and earth," ~a spiritual nature as yet formless is 123 1, 67 | by the word ~"earth." And spiritual nature was formed first, 124 1, 67 | forming, therefore, of this spiritual nature ~is signified by 125 1, 67 | light, that is to say, of spiritual ~light. For a spiritual 126 1, 67 | spiritual ~light. For a spiritual nature receives its form 127 1, 67 | think that the production of spiritual creatures was ~purposely 128 1, 67 | sensible things; but that the spiritual or angelic ~creation is 129 1, 67 | spoken ~to them of natures spiritual in substance and nobler 130 1, 67 | signify the formation of spiritual creatures, ~not, indeed, 131 1, 67 | denote the distinction of the spiritual creature from ~other created 132 1, 67 | must be held to mean ~the spiritual darkness of the wicked, 133 1, 68 | first day is the formless spiritual ~nature, and that the heaven 134 1, 68 | above the firmament are "spiritual substances." Wherefore ~ 135 1, 68 | with God. Sometimes also spiritual ~blessings, the recompense 136 1, 69 | says that the formless ~spiritual and formless corporeal natures 137 1, 69 | formation of the highest or spiritual nature is recorded in the 138 1, 69 | the first day. For as the ~spiritual nature is higher than the 139 1, 69 | to show that higher and spiritual ~forms, such as the angels 140 1, 70 | made on the first day to be spiritual, and that made on this day 141 1, 70 | but that substances ~of spiritual nature are united to them, 142 1, 70 | influence and ~contact of some spiritual substance, and not, like 143 1, 73 | again, the glory that is spiritual was anticipated in the ~ 144 1, 73 | word is ~applied also to spiritual things, and in a twofold 145 1, 74 | for, according to him, spiritual creatures are formed on 146 1, 74 | assigned to the forming of spiritual creatures, two to that of ~ 147 1, 74 | matter, and of the formless spiritual nature, both ~of which are 148 1, 74 | day, ~is to be found in spiritual things, as Augustine observes ( 149 1, 74 | understood the formless spiritual nature, and by the earth, 150 1, 75 | MAN WHO IS COMPOSED OF A SPIRITUAL AND A CORPOREAL SUBSTANCE: 151 1, 75 | ARTICLES)~Having treated of the spiritual and of the corporeal creature, 152 1, 75 | man, who is composed of a spiritual and corporeal ~substance. 153 1, 75 | things are ~to be found in spiritual substances - essence, power, 154 1, 75 | corporeal matter, nor of spiritual matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 155 1, 76 | with the blood; the other, spiritual, which obeys the reason; 156 1, 76 | OBJ 3: Further, what is spiritual is connected with what is 157 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A spiritual substance which is united 158 1, 77 | it is on the confines of spiritual and corporeal ~creatures; 159 1, 42 | such is the greatness of spiritual ~things, just as we speak 160 1, 42 | is wanting ~equality of spiritual simplicity. The seventh 161 1, 43 | shown in the spirit by the spiritual images of ~bodies. But whoever 162 1, 43 | of the giver of grace by spiritual regeneration; ~hence the 163 1, 47 | God through the medium ~of spiritual creation; and to exclude 164 1, 48 | the distinction of the ~spiritual and corporeal creature.~ 165 1, 49 | the distinction of the ~spiritual and corporeal creatures.~ 166 1, 51 | distinction of corporeal and spiritual creatures: ~firstly, the 167 1, 51 | creatures: ~firstly, the purely spiritual creature which in Holy Scripture 168 1, 51 | creature, corporeal and spiritual, which is man.~Aquin.: SMT 169 1, 51 | Whether there is any entirely spiritual creature, altogether ~incorporeal?~( 170 1, 51 | creatures, both corporeal and spiritual. Hence Ambrose says (De 171 1, 51 | the universal ~matter of spiritual and corporeal things is 172 1, 51 | impressed in the ~matter of spiritual things, in the same way 173 1, 51 | cannot be one matter of ~spiritual and of corporeal things. 174 1, 51 | is not possible that a ~spiritual and a corporeal form should 175 1, 51 | would be corporeal and ~spiritual. Hence it would follow that 176 1, 51 | and another receives the spiritual form. Matter, however, ~ 177 1, 51 | follow that the matter of spiritual things ~is subject to quantity; 178 1, 51 | impossible that ~corporeal and spiritual things should have the same 179 1, 51 | Some have said that all spiritual substances, even souls, ~ 180 1, 52 | for this purpose, that the spiritual ~properties and works of 181 1, 52 | by such bodily organs the spiritual powers of the angels may 182 1, 52 | eating, but figurative of spiritual eating. This is what the 183 1, 53 | the same reason all ~other spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT 184 1, 56 | distinction and order of spiritual substances ~and the distinction 185 1, 56 | things. But in the higher spiritual ~substances - that is, the 186 1, 56 | such substances. The ~lower spiritual substances - that is, souls - 187 1, 57 | likewise the forms of all spiritual creatures. So in every one 188 1, 57 | So in every one of these ~spiritual creatures, the forms of 189 1, 57 | things, both corporeal and ~spiritual, were impressed by the Word 190 1, 57 | while the forms of ~other spiritual and corporeal natures were 191 1, 57 | might know corporeal and spiritual creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 192 1, 57 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The spiritual natures of the angels are 193 1, 58 | viii) that "God moves the spiritual creature ~according to time." 194 1, 58 | some other corporeal or spiritual cause. Since, ~therefore, 195 1, 59 | Gen. ad lit. iv, 32): "The spiritual ~faculty of the angelic 196 1, 59 | angels ~hold that grade among spiritual substances which the heavenly 197 1, 62 | 21) that "God moves the spiritual ~creature according to time."~ 198 1, 62 | made up of ~corporeal and spiritual creatures. Consequently 199 1, 62 | creatures. Consequently spiritual creatures were ~so created 200 1, 63 | angels, whom He uses for spiritual ministrations"; since "they 201 1, 64 | Further, as pride and envy are spiritual sins, so are sloth, ~avarice, 202 1, 64 | avarice, and anger. But spiritual sins are concerned with 203 1, 64 | demons which can belong to ~a spiritual nature. Now a spiritual 204 1, 64 | spiritual nature. Now a spiritual nature cannot be affected 205 1, 64 | as are in keeping with ~spiritual things; because nothing 206 1, 64 | is incited to good of the spiritual order; unless in such ~affection 207 1, 64 | man becomes sluggish in spiritual exercises because they weary ~ 208 1, 64 | pride ~and envy are the only spiritual sins which can be found 209 1, 64 | Sometimes in Holy Scripture spiritual instantaneous ~movements 210 1, 65 | punishment. For a demon is a spiritual nature. But a spiritual 211 1, 65 | spiritual nature. But a spiritual nature is ~not affected 212 1, 66 | From the consideration of spiritual creatures we proceed to 213 1, 66 | whether they are invisible and spiritual, or visible and ~corporeal. 214 1, 66 | or ~the affections, as spiritual creatures. But the Apostle' 215 1, 66 | of the lesser good. But spiritual creatures are ~related to 216 1, 66 | created for the sake of spiritual ~creatures, and not on account 217 1, 66 | creatures are unequal to spiritual creatures. Therefore the 218 1, 66 | punishment of the sin of spiritual creatures. For he maintained 219 1, 66 | God ~in the beginning made spiritual creatures only, and all 220 1, 66 | suitable to some ~sin of a spiritual creature, it would follow, 221 1, 66 | it would follow, if other spiritual ~creatures had sinned in 222 1, 66 | made for the sake ~of the spiritual, does not prevent their 223 1, 66 | should be ~produced by the spiritual, as the lower by the higher.~ 224 1, 66 | then all creatures, both spiritual and ~corporeal, were produced 225 1, 66 | produced by the finite power of spiritual creatures: for in suchlike ~ 226 1, 66 | are without matter are ~spiritual substances, and forms that 227 1, 66 | forms of bodies are from spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT 228 1, 66 | such by its essence. But spiritual substances are forms ~essentially, 229 1, 66 | things are derived from spiritual ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT 230 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, spiritual substances have more power 231 1, 66 | material forms derived from spiritual ~substances. ~Aquin.: SMT 232 1, 66 | forms are ~derived from spiritual substances, which we call 233 1, 66 | existing in the ~intellect of spiritual creatures (called "intelligences" 234 1, 66 | is moved by a ~created spiritual substance, as Augustine 235 1, 66 | corporeal forms are derived from spiritual ~substances, not emanating 236 1, 67 | two-fold ~glory is looked for, spiritual and corporeal, not only 237 1, 67 | to be made new. Now the ~spiritual glory began with the beginning 238 1, 67 | Gen. ad lit. i, 3): "Both spiritual and ~corporeal creatures 239 1, 68 | proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual things?~(2) Whether light, 240 1, 68 | proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 241 1, 68 | in its proper sense in ~spiritual things. For Augustine says ( 242 1, 68 | ad lit. iv, 28) that "in ~spiritual things light is better and 243 1, 68 | in their proper sense ~in spiritual things. Therefore light 244 1, 68 | in its proper sense in ~spiritual matters.~Aquin.: SMT FP 245 1, 68 | belongs more properly to spiritual ~things than to corporeal. 246 1, 68 | metaphorically when applied to ~spiritual things, as Ambrose says ( 247 1, 68 | may properly be applied to spiritual things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 248 1, 68 | rather a substantial ~or spiritual form.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] 249 1, 68 | Further, if it be said that spiritual light is here spoken of, 250 1, 68 | darkness. ~But in the beginning spiritual darkness was not, for even 251 1, 68 | over the production of the spiritual creature, and ~therefore 252 1, 68 | created heaven and earth," ~a spiritual nature as yet formless is 253 1, 68 | by the word ~"earth." And spiritual nature was formed first, 254 1, 68 | forming, therefore, of this spiritual nature ~is signified by 255 1, 68 | light, that is to say, of spiritual ~light. For a spiritual 256 1, 68 | spiritual ~light. For a spiritual nature receives its form 257 1, 68 | think that the production of spiritual creatures was ~purposely 258 1, 68 | sensible things; but that the spiritual or angelic ~creation is 259 1, 68 | spoken ~to them of natures spiritual in substance and nobler 260 1, 68 | signify the formation of spiritual creatures, ~not, indeed, 261 1, 68 | denote the distinction of the spiritual creature from ~other created 262 1, 68 | must be held to mean ~the spiritual darkness of the wicked, 263 1, 69 | first day is the formless spiritual ~nature, and that the heaven 264 1, 69 | above the firmament are "spiritual substances." Wherefore ~ 265 1, 69 | with God. Sometimes also spiritual ~blessings, the recompense 266 1, 70 | says that the formless ~spiritual and formless corporeal natures 267 1, 70 | formation of the highest or spiritual nature is recorded in the 268 1, 70 | the first day. For as the ~spiritual nature is higher than the 269 1, 70 | to show that higher and spiritual ~forms, such as the angels 270 1, 71 | made on the first day to be spiritual, and that made on this day 271 1, 71 | but that substances ~of spiritual nature are united to them, 272 1, 71 | influence and ~contact of some spiritual substance, and not, like 273 1, 72 | again, the glory that is spiritual was anticipated in the ~ 274 1, 72 | word is ~applied also to spiritual things, and in a twofold 275 1, 73 | for, according to him, spiritual creatures are formed on 276 1, 73 | assigned to the forming of spiritual creatures, two to that of ~ 277 1, 73 | matter, and of the formless spiritual nature, both ~of which are 278 1, 73 | day, ~is to be found in spiritual things, as Augustine observes ( 279 1, 73 | understood the formless spiritual nature, and by the earth, 280 1, 74 | MAN WHO IS COMPOSED OF A SPIRITUAL AND A CORPOREAL SUBSTANCE: 281 1, 74 | ARTICLES)~Having treated of the spiritual and of the corporeal creature, 282 1, 74 | man, who is composed of a spiritual and corporeal ~substance. 283 1, 74 | things are ~to be found in spiritual substances - essence, power, 284 1, 74 | corporeal matter, nor of spiritual matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 285 1, 75 | with the blood; the other, spiritual, which obeys the reason; 286 1, 75 | OBJ 3: Further, what is spiritual is connected with what is 287 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A spiritual substance which is united 288 1, 76 | it is on the confines of spiritual and corporeal ~creatures; 289 1, 77 | one natural, the other spiritual. ~Natural immutation takes 290 1, 77 | the thing heated. Whereas spiritual immutation takes place ~ 291 1, 77 | received, according to a spiritual mode ~of existence, into 292 1, 77 | operation of the senses, a spiritual immutation is required, 293 1, 77 | But in some senses we find spiritual immutation only, as in " 294 1, 77 | others we find not only spiritual but also a natural immutation; ~ 295 1, 77 | its object, is the most spiritual, the most perfect, and the 296 1, 77 | natural, and not only a spiritual, ~immutation in its organ, 297 1, 77 | the action of the sense; ~spiritual, which is an action of the 298 1, 77 | Augustine calls that vision spiritual which is effected by ~the 299 1, 78 | imaginary vision is ~called spiritual, as Augustine says (Gen. 300 1, 83 | the senses, ~understand spiritual things, which are intelligible. 301 1, 83 | the intellect knows only ~spiritual things; for it follows that 302 1, 83 | is sense, since it is a spiritual power, affected by ~the 303 1, 84 | 22), that "God moves the spiritual creature through time."~ 304 1, 85 | the impression of superior spiritual and corporeal ~causes; of 305 1, 85 | and corporeal ~causes; of spiritual causes, when by Divine power 306 1, 85 | receive these impressions of spiritual causes when it is ~withdrawn 307 1, 85 | it is then nearer to the spiritual world, ~and freer from external 308 1, 88 | the world ~of incorporeal spiritual substances; and hence they 309 1, 89 | the different degrees of spiritual ~substance, except according 310 1, 89 | it a corporeal being - or spiritual, which would ~involve the 311 1, 89 | the transmutation of one spiritual substance into another, 312 1, 89 | supposed to be composed of some spiritual matter, as some maintain; ~ 313 1, 89 | instrumentality of the angels. For spiritual things have ~more order 314 1, 89 | is ~stated Metaph. v. But spiritual substances are much more 315 1, 89 | because he thought that all ~spiritual substances, whether souls 316 1, 89 | pre-existing corporeal or spiritual matter, nor could it ~be 317 1, 90 | rational soul ~of the genus of spiritual substances, and in likeness 318 1, 90 | being something between ~spiritual and corporeal substances.~ 319 1, 90 | Cor. 15:45) refers not to ~spiritual life, but to animal life. 320 1, 92 | for Him?" But God made a ~spiritual image to Himself in man.~ 321 1, 92 | vision in us, "corporeal," "spiritual," or imaginary, and ~"intellectual." 322 1, 92 | them either in corporeal or spiritual vision. ~Wherefore the procession 323 1, 93 | was not first ~which is spiritual, but that which is natural." 324 1, 93 | through ~His Essence is most spiritual. Therefore the first man 325 1, 94 | since thereby a kind of spiritual marriage takes place between ~ 326 1, 94 | to show that there is a ~spiritual body, if there is an animal 327 1, 94 | animal body, inasmuch as the spiritual ~life of the body began 328 1, 94 | gather that Adam had no spiritual life in his soul; ~but that 329 1, 94 | soul; ~but that he had not spiritual life as regards the body.~ 330 1, 96 | resurrection he will have a spiritual life ~needing no food. In 331 1, 96 | whose bodies will be called "spiritual." So, after the ~resurrection, 332 1, 96 | either transferred to a spiritual life, or had need to eat ~ 333 1, 99 | Essence, he would have become spiritual in ~soul and body; and his 334 1, 101 | But the tree of life is a spiritual thing, for it is written 335 1, 101 | is not a corporeal, but a spiritual place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 336 1, 101 | others a place entirely spiritual; while others, whose ~opinion, 337 1, 101 | paradise was both corporeal and spiritual."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] 338 1, 101 | within proper limits, a spiritual paradise; so ~long as we 339 1, 101 | foundation of ~whatever spiritual explanation we may offer. 340 1, 101 | 97]~, A[4]). Yet it had a spiritual signification; as the rock 341 1, 101 | corporeal creatures through spiritual creatures." ~Hence it is 342 1, 101 | Hence it is fitting that the spiritual nature should be established 343 1, 101 | natural to the soul or to any spiritual substances, though some ~ 344 1, 101 | certain fitness in regard to spiritual ~substances. For the earthly 345 1, 101 | having attained to the spiritual life, ~to be transferred 346 1, 103 | them to corrupt; such are spiritual substances and heavenly 347 1, 103 | potentiality to not-being in spiritual creatures and heavenly bodies 348 1, 105 | angels move, who are purely spiritual ~creatures; (2) How bodies 349 1, 105 | moves, who is composed of a ~spiritual and a corporeal nature.~ 350 1, 105 | turning to him: ~since in spiritual things, for one thing to 351 1, 105 | so also does the order of spiritual substances. But, as was 352 1, 105 | acts outside the order of ~spiritual substances, by enlightening 353 1, 105 | the order that belongs to spiritual substances in no way belongs ~ 354 1, 105 | order ~which belongs to spiritual substances is never passed 355 1, 105 | corporeal nature, and that of spiritual nature. ~Hence the argument 356 1, 107 | constituted by different spiritual gifts. But among the ~angels 357 1, 107 | among the ~angels all the spiritual gifts are common to all, 358 1, 107 | in the angelic orders all spiritual perfections ~are common 359 1, 107 | accordingly as they befit the spiritual perfections they signify. ~ 360 1, 107 | and ~all of them by the spiritual creature, and the bad spirit 361 1, 108 | likewise among men, "the spiritual man ~judgeth all things" ( 362 1, 109 | particular than the power of any spiritual ~substance; for every corporeal 363 1, 109 | creature ~must be moved by a spiritual creature. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 364 1, 109 | heavenly bodies are moved by ~spiritual substances; the number of 365 1, 109 | say that there were any spiritual substances with immediate ~ 366 1, 109 | Plato in supposing some spiritual ~substance to preside immediately 367 1, 109 | Platonists that different spiritual ~substances were placed 368 1, 109 | corporeal nature is below the spiritual nature. ~But among all corporeal 369 1, 109 | moved immediately by the ~spiritual nature as regards place. 370 1, 109 | are moved locally by the spiritual substances; ~whence we see 371 1, 109 | result from the ~power of spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT 372 1, 109 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Spiritual powers are able to effect 373 1, 110 | forms in the imagination are spiritual, they ~are nobler than the 374 1, 112 | corporeal things by immovable spiritual ~substances, and the inferior 375 1, 112 | prevent both bodily and spiritual harm.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 376 1, 114 | acted upon; these are the ~spiritual substances."~Aquin.: SMT 377 1, 114 | are the actions of some spiritual power ~that penetrates all 378 1, 114 | fire ~that heats, but a spiritual power which penetrates, 379 1, 114 | other matter: and that the spiritual ~and immaterial form alone, 380 1, 114 | which it can act; as the spiritual nature acts on the ~corporeal, 381 1, 114 | implies something of a spiritual order. But in ~corporeal 382 1, 114 | heavenly bodies are moved by spiritual ~substances, as stated above ( 383 1, 114 | their instruments. But those spiritual substances are superior 384 1, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The spiritual substances, that move the 385 1, 114 | we hold that demons are spiritual ~substances not united to 386 1, 115 | creation, the glorification of spiritual substances, ~and the like. 387 1, 116 | a created corporeal and spiritual nature. In the ~first place 388 1, 116 | natural tendency to obey spiritual substance ~rather than natural 389 1, 116 | corporeal matter does ~not obey spiritual substances at will, but 390 1, 116 | a body naturally obeys a spiritual substance as to local ~motion, 391 1, 116 | the separate soul is a ~spiritual substance. Therefore it 392 1, 116 | OBJ 1: There are certain spiritual substances whose powers 393 1, 117 | as the instrument ~of a spiritual power, especially of God. 394 1, 117 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, spiritual substances before all others 395 1, 117 | bodies, every day innumerable spiritual substances would be added 396 1, 117 | the same nature as those spiritual substances which are not 397 1, 117 | united to the body. For a spiritual ~substance is above time, 398 2, 2 | be had for money: not so spiritual ~things, which cannot be 399 2, 3 | body is to be united to the spiritual ~nature. But above the human 400 2, 4 | happiness is the goal of the spiritual ~race: hence he says (2 401 2, 4 | longer be 'natural,' ~but 'spiritual,' then will it be equalled 402 2, 4 | the soul; but not from the spiritual body, which will be wholly 403 2, 4 | then no longer animal but ~spiritual. Consequently these external 404 2, 4 | Scripture is wont to ~express spiritual things under the form of 405 2, 4 | incompatible with that spiritual life wherein perfect Happiness 406 2, 4 | raised on the height of spiritual goods. Nevertheless a bodily ~ 407 2, 4 | lit. viii, 25) that "the spiritual creatures ~receive no other 408 2, 14 | the opinion of wise and spiritual men are not certainly good 409 2, 22 | in two ways. First, by a spiritual change, in respect of which ~ 410 2, 22 | appetite, and is not only spiritual, as ~in the sensitive apprehension, 411 2, 27 | manner ~the contemplation of spiritual beauty or goodness is the 412 2, 27 | goodness is the beginning of ~spiritual love. Accordingly knowledge 413 2, 30 | craving for wisdom, or other spiritual goods, is ~sometimes called 414 2, 30 | its own way, tends to the spiritual good, following the lead 415 2, 30 | renders its ~service in spiritual matters, according to Ps. 416 2, 31 | pleasures are greater than spiritual and ~intellectual pleasures?~ 417 2, 31 | pleasures are greater than ~spiritual and intelligible pleasures. 418 2, 31 | pleasures, than intelligible spiritual pleasures. Therefore bodily ~ 419 2, 31 | there is no need to check spiritual ~pleasures. Therefore bodily 420 2, 31 | If, however, intellectual spiritual pleasures be compared with 421 2, 31 | and absolutely speaking, spiritual ~pleasures are greater. 422 2, 31 | conjunction itself. ~For spiritual good is both greater and 423 2, 31 | soon pass away; whereas spiritual goods are incorruptible.~ 424 2, 31 | this does not occur ~in spiritual pleasures, save by reason 425 2, 31 | are welcomed more than ~spiritual pleasures, which have no 426 2, 31 | the majority cannot attain spiritual pleasures, which are proper 427 2, 31 | checked by reason. But spiritual pleasures are in the mind, 428 2, 33 | which is a ~magnitude of the spiritual order: and in this respect 429 2, 33 | thus more than all ~others spiritual pleasures cause thirst or 430 2, 33 | sometimes desires another kind. ~Spiritual pleasures, on the contrary, 431 2, 34 | says (1 Cor. 2:15): "The ~spiritual man judgeth all things." 432 2, 35 | known, than in reference to spiritual pains.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 433 2, 37 | body. For ~sorrow has a spiritual existence in the soul. But 434 2, 37 | things which have ~only a spiritual existence do not cause a 435 2, 37 | naturally moves the body, the spiritual ~movement of the soul is 436 2, 37 | there any parallel with spiritual images, because they are 437 2, 39 | cause of bodily ~pain, so spiritual evil is the object and cause 438 2, 39 | bodily evil. Therefore every spiritual sorrow ~is an evil of the 439 2, 42 | can ~inflict punishment, spiritual or corporal. In this way, 440 2, 50 | there are intellectual (i.e. spiritual) powers in ~the divine intelligences ( 441 2, 52 | quantities to intelligible spiritual things, on ~account of the 442 2, 62 | hope - and as to a certain spiritual ~union, whereby the will 443 2, 65 | abideth in death." Now the spiritual life is perfected by the 444 2, 66 | vice versa: because "the ~spiritual man judgeth all things; 445 2, 67 | OBJ 2: Further, faith is a spiritual light of the soul, according 446 2, 69 | this life, yet they suffer spiritual punishment. Hence ~Augustine 447 2, 69 | life, yet they never lack spiritual rewards, even in this life, ~ 448 2, 70 | from the material ~to the spiritual world. Now fruit, among 449 2, 70 | the tree. Accordingly, in spiritual ~matters, we may take the 450 2, 70 | fruit is the product of spiritual seed, as stated (A[1]~). 451 2, 70 | fruit as growing from a ~spiritual seed in a good ground, viz. " 452 2, 70 | all the works, whether ~spiritual or carnal. However, by a 453 2, 72 | the distinction between spiritual and carnal sins;~(3) Whether 454 2, 72 | For pride is about ~things spiritual and material as Gregory 455 2, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether spiritual sins are fittingly distinguished 456 2, 72 | OBJ 1: It would seem that spiritual sins are unfittingly distinguished ~ 457 2, 72 | not be distinguished from spiritual ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 458 2, 72 | not be distinguished from ~spiritual sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] 459 2, 72 | sins are both carnal and spiritual, and consequently ~they 460 2, 72 | seven ~capital sins five are spiritual, and two carnal."~Aquin.: 461 2, 72 | this ~can also be called spiritual pleasure, e.g. when one 462 2, 72 | those sins which consist in spiritual pleasure, are called ~spiritual 463 2, 72 | spiritual pleasure, are called ~spiritual sins; while those which 464 2, 72 | the carnal sins there is a spiritual act, viz. the ~act of reason: 465 2, 72 | xxxi, 17) that it is a spiritual sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] 466 2, 73 | sins are more grievous than spiritual sins?~(6) Whether the gravity 467 2, 73 | sins are of less guilt than spiritual sins?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] 468 2, 73 | not of less guilt than ~spiritual sins. Because adultery is 469 2, 73 | covetousness, which is ~a spiritual sin; while adultery pertains 470 2, 73 | are of greater guilt than spiritual sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] 471 2, 73 | anger." But anger is a ~spiritual sin, according to Gregory ( 472 2, 73 | sin is more grievous than ~spiritual sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] 473 2, 73 | but of more shame than spiritual sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] 474 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Spiritual sins are of greater guilt 475 2, 73 | does not mean that each spiritual sin is of greater guilt 476 2, 73 | sole difference between spiritual ~and carnal, spiritual sins 477 2, 73 | between spiritual ~and carnal, spiritual sins are more grievous than 478 2, 73 | of the subject: because spiritual sins belong to the spirit, ~ 479 2, 73 | closer cleaving; whereas spiritual sin denotes more a "turning ~ 480 2, 73 | against whom he commits spiritual ~sins, and consequently 481 2, 73 | sins, and consequently spiritual sins, as such, are of greater 482 2, 73 | of ~the flesh. Therefore spiritual sins, as such, are of greater 483 2, 73 | sufficient cause of ~another's spiritual death, because no man dies 484 2, 73 | will, such as natural and spiritual goods, it is a ~graver sin 485 2, 74 | destroys the ~principle of spiritual life, viz. the last end, 486 2, 74 | viz. the last end, causes spiritual death, ~which is mortal 487 2, 74 | is the principle of the spiritual ~life, as the heart is of 488 2, 76 | undermines the foundation of the spiritual ~edifice.~Aquin.: SMT FS 489 2, 77 | the flesh." The other is spiritual ~concupiscence, and is directed 490 2, 77 | and the like; and this ~spiritual concupiscence is called " 491 2, 77 | irascible passions ~conform to spiritual concupiscence.~Aquin.: SMT 492 2, 78 | suffer the ~loss of some spiritual good, so that it may obtain 493 2, 78 | man wishes knowingly a spiritual evil, which is evil simply, 494 2, 78 | whereby he ~is deprived of a spiritual good, in order to possess 495 2, 78 | something that excludes a spiritual good: the result being that 496 2, 78 | being that a man ~chooses a spiritual evil, that he may obtain 497 2, 78 | Venial sin does not exclude spiritual good, consisting in ~the 498 2, 79 | Whether God is the cause of spiritual blindness and hardness of ~ 499 2, 79 | Whether God is the cause of spiritual blindness and hardness of 500 2, 79 | God is not the cause of spiritual blindness ~and hardness


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