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1 1, 1 | divine revelation. Even as regards those truths ~about God 2 1, 1 | material aspect, ~but as regards the precise formality under 3 1, 1 | higher faculty or habit regards the object in its ~more 4 1, 3 | the image of God, not as regards ~his body, but as regards 5 1, 3 | regards ~his body, but as regards that whereby he excels other 6 1, 6 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, As regards relative things, we must 7 1, 6 | from "measure." But as regards absolute things opinions ~ 8 1, 7 | only; and naturally, as regards its matter and form.~Aquin.: 9 1, 7 | this could not happen as regards an infinite circular body: 10 1, 9 | there is mutability both as ~regards substantial being, inasmuch 11 1, 9 | substantial form, and also as regards their accidental ~being, 12 1, 9 | subject cannot be changed as regards that kind of accident; as, 13 1, 9 | immutable and invariable as regards their existence. ~Wherefore 14 1, 9 | twofold mutability: one as regards their potentiality to their 15 1, 9 | Fide ii, 3,4); the other as regards place, ~inasmuch as by their 16 1, 9 | potentiality to change either as ~regards substantial being as in 17 1, 9 | things corruptible; or as ~regards locality only, as in the 18 1, 9 | celestial bodies; or as ~regards the order to their end, 19 1, 9 | proceeds from mutability as regards ~substantial or accidental 20 1, 9 | remains in them mutability as regards place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 21 1, 10 | duration. But ~duration regards existence rather than life. 22 1, 10 | enjoy the Word, because "as regards ~that vision of the Word, 23 1, 10 | things measured, and not as regards the measures, then there ~ 24 1, 10 | not be of its measure as regards the whole of ~its duration, 25 1, 10 | of time is the same as regards its subject in the ~whole 26 1, 10 | an ~unchangeable being as regards their nature with changeableness 27 1, 10 | nature with changeableness as regards ~choice; moreover they have 28 1, 10 | Spiritual creatures as regards successive affections and ~ 29 1, 10 | moved by ~affections. But as regards their nature they are measured 30 1, 10 | aeviternity; ~whereas as regards the vision of glory, they 31 1, 10 | and future, but only as regards accidental ~change. Now 32 1, 11 | though ~it may be divided as regards what is outside its essence, 33 1, 11 | non-being relatively as regards some accidental being. In 34 1, 12 | corporeal light ~is necessary as regards external sight, inasmuch 35 1, 12 | OBJ 1: Gregory speaks as regards the object being sufficient, ~ 36 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As regards their natural knowledge, 37 1, 12 | according to time; but as regards what they see in God, they 38 1, 13 | 2] Body Para. 2/4~But as regards absolute and affirmative 39 1, 13 | mode of signification. As regards what is signified ~by these 40 1, 13 | primarily to Him. But as regards ~their mode of signification, 41 1, 13 | thing signified, but as regards their ~mode of signification; 42 1, 13 | there are different ideas as regards the diverse things denied 43 1, 13 | things denied of ~God, or as regards diverse effects connoted. 44 1, 13 | excellent way. ~Hence as regards what the name signifies, 45 1, 13 | God to creatures; but as regards the imposition of the names, 46 1, 13 | apprehending one thing twice regards it as two; thus it apprehends 47 1, 13 | relations which are realities as regards both ~extremes, as when 48 1, 13 | column, unless ~it stands as regards an animal on the right side; 49 1, 13 | other things. Hence as ~regards such things the meaning 50 1, 13 | than ~this name "God," as regards its source, namely, existence; 51 1, 13 | namely, existence; and as regards ~the mode of signification 52 1, 13 | as said above. But as ~regards the object intended by the 53 1, 14 | He has ~"intelligence" as regards the knowledge of principles; 54 1, 14 | principles; he has "science" ~as regards knowledge of conclusions; 55 1, 14 | it is in potentiality as ~regards intelligible objects, just 56 1, 14 | comprehends itself is finite as ~regards itself." But God is in all 57 1, 14 | similar in part, namely, as regards ~universal causality, nevertheless 58 1, 14 | universal principle, not as ~regards that which is the principle 59 1, 14 | distinction, but only as regards ~that in which they communicate. 60 1, 14 | pre-exist in God, ~not only as regards what is common to all, but 61 1, 14 | common to all, but also as regards what ~distinguishes one 62 1, 14 | but actual understanding regards only one thing at a ~time." 63 1, 14 | will be, nor were; and as ~regards these He is said to have 64 1, 14 | only is this necessary as regards what He wills to be, or ~ 65 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: Although as regards the species in the divine 66 1, 14 | OBJ 3: Although matter as regards its potentiality recedes 67 1, 14 | likeness of the thing as ~regards its specific nature, which 68 1, 14 | or ~can be, not only as regards the universal principles, 69 1, 14 | principles, but also as regards ~the principles proper to 70 1, 14 | would be ~measurable as regards the knowledge of God.~Aquin.: 71 1, 14 | knowledge ~varies either as regards truth and falsity, for example, 72 1, 14 | example, if when either ~as regards truth and falsity, for example, 73 1, 14 | opinion about it; or as regards diverse opinions, as ~if 74 1, 14 | divine thing. Secondly, as regards the manner of knowing - 75 1, 14 | principles. ~Thirdly, as regards the end; "for the practical 76 1, 14 | speculative considerations as regards the end, although it ~concerns 77 1, 14 | speculative knowledge as regards the mode; for whatever we 78 1, 14 | period of time. And, as regards evil things, although they 79 1, 15 | creature; and in like manner as regards ~other creatures. So it 80 1, 15 | the intention of ~nature regards the species, and produces 81 1, 16 | intellect on which it depends as regards its essence; but ~accidentally 82 1, 16 | senses are always true as regards their proper sensible objects, 83 1, 16 | so ~is the intellect as regards "what a thing is." Now composition 84 1, 16 | than ~is good. For the true regards being itself simply and 85 1, 16 | appetite. Hence, since the true regards ~knowledge, but the good 86 1, 16 | knowledge, but the good regards the appetite, the true must 87 1, 17 | be said to be ~false as regards any quality not possessed 88 1, 17 | in the same position as ~regards judging of such things, 89 1, 17 | intellect is always right as regards first principles; ~since 90 1, 18 | the movement, but even as regards to the form, ~the principle 91 1, 19 | Therefore God is changeable as regards His will.~Aquin.: SMT FP 92 1, 19 | willer. For since the will regards good, a man may in two ways 93 1, 19 | not simply, but only ~as regards the inclination to sin.~ 94 1, 19 | both because the former ~regards the present, and the two 95 1, 20 | possessed. Love, however, regards good universally, whether 96 1, 20 | appetite for revenge. Again, as regards the ~formal element of certain 97 1, 20 | the place of himself; and regards the ~good done to him as 98 1, 21 | says (De Hebdom.): "Good regards the ~essence; justice the 99 1, 21 | this respect, God's justice regards what befits Him; inasmuch 100 1, 21 | OBJ 4: Although justice regards act, this does not prevent 101 1, 21 | respect to act, but ~also as regards perfection in its essence. 102 1, 22 | respect ~especially of man as regards his eternal salvation. For 103 1, 22 | good is found not only as regards ~their substance, but also 104 1, 22 | their substance, but also as regards their order towards an end 105 1, 22 | is called government. As regards the first of these, God 106 1, 22 | over the whole world as regards genus, species, and ~universal 107 1, 23 | that predestination, as regards its objects, is a part ~ 108 1, 23 | But all men are equal ~as regards both nature and original 109 1, 23 | divine predestination as regards the act of the predestinator. 110 1, 23 | the question, whether, as regards the effect, predestination 111 1, 23 | the goodness of God as ~regards its effects in general. 112 1, 23 | ordination; and its effect. As regards ~the former, in no possible 113 1, 23 | predestined by God. As regards the latter, predestination 114 1, 23 | prayers of the saints, as regards the preordination. ~Aquin.: 115 1, 24 | Whether the book of life regards only the life of glory of 116 1, 24 | speaking, the book of life regards the life of glory.~Aquin.: 117 1, 24 | nor a book of life, as regards the life of nature.~Aquin.: 118 1, 24 | to the book of life ~as regards God's foreknowledge, as 119 1, 24 | were any change; but ~as regards things foreknown, which 120 1, 25 | the ~essence of man. As regards this good, God cannot make 121 1, 25 | be virtuous or wise. As regards this kind of goodness, God 122 1, 25 | better manner of existence as regards the accidents, although 123 1, 25 | accidents, although not as ~regards the substance.~Aquin.: SMT 124 1, 26 | know nought else." But as regards the act of understanding, 125 1, 26 | Reply OBJ 1: Beatitude, as regards its object, is the supreme 126 1, 26 | good ~absolutely, but as regards its act, in beatified creatures 127 1, 27 | love occurs in due order as regards the procession of the Word; 128 1, 28 | possible predicaments used as regards ~the Godhead refer to the 129 1, 28 | be ~predicated of Him as regards the mode of inherence in 130 1, 28 | order observed by reason as regards ~the order of anything to 131 1, 28 | every respect, but ~only as regards the fact that the substance 132 1, 29 | and then comparatively ~as regards each other. We must consider 133 1, 29 | may not belong to God as ~regards the origin of the term, 134 1, 29 | does not apply to God as regards its ~source of origin, since 135 1, 31 | it would be so joined as regards either the personal predicate 136 1, 31 | again, can ~it be applied as regards the latter, for, if this 137 1, 32 | third sign - that is, as regards knowledge of a ~third person - 138 1, 32 | in two ways. Firstly, as ~regards the dignity of faith itself, 139 1, 32 | Cor. 2:6,7). Secondly, ~as regards the utility of drawing others 140 1, 32 | the authority; while as regards ~others it suffices to prove 141 1, 32 | philosophy; whereas if he regards the truth of ~the word" - 142 1, 32 | more dangerous than any as regards the Trinity": to which mystery 143 1, 33 | suitable ~it is to use as regards God (Q[13], A[11]), because 144 1, 33 | this word principle, as regards its derivation, ~seems to 145 1, 33 | Father" is more expressive as regards the divine person than genitor 146 1, 33 | God before creatures as regards the ~thing signified, but 147 1, 33 | thing signified, but not as regards the mode of signification. 148 1, 33 | Begotten from the Begetter as regards relation only, belongs to 149 1, 33 | in a personal sense as ~regards the Son, before it is so 150 1, 33 | before it is so taken as regards the creature.~Aquin.: SMT 151 1, 33 | by common spiration, as regards the ~persons proceeding 152 1, 34 | from an ~interior source as regards two things found in the 153 1, 34 | God is only cognitive as regards God, whereas as ~regards 154 1, 34 | regards God, whereas as ~regards creatures, it is both cognitive 155 1, 34 | name of a divine person, as regards the personal relation, ~ 156 1, 36 | belong to be a principle as regards a divine person; but ~rather 157 1, 36 | exclusive term; except only as regards what ~belongs to the opposite 158 1, 36 | all excluded; because as regards being ~the principle of 159 1, 36 | each other, but only as regards the fact that one is the 160 1, 36 | is its power immediate as regards the effect, ~inasmuch as 161 1, 36 | are not one principle as regards ~any other divine person. 162 1, 37 | various ~considerations as regards that procession, but not 163 1, 37 | that procession, but not as regards the ~procession of the will. 164 1, 37 | employ circumlocution as ~regards the person Who proceeds, 165 1, 37 | loved is ~in the lover. As regards the intellect, however, 166 1, 37 | proceeds from both. As regards origin, ~therefore, the 167 1, 37 | the ~Trinity; whereas as regards the aforesaid relation He 168 1, 38 | implies a ~subjection both as regards him to whom it is given, 169 1, 38 | whom it is given, and as regards him by ~whom it is given. 170 1, 38 | subjection, ~but only origin, as regards the giver; but as regards 171 1, 38 | regards the giver; but as regards the one to whom it ~is given, 172 1, 39 | Q[39] Out. Para. 2/2~As regards the first of these, there 173 1, 39 | we ~find it so stated as regards the meaning; for instance, " 174 1, 39 | essence signifies a form ~as regards the person, it may properly 175 1, 39 | with singular terms as ~regards the form signified not being 176 1, 39 | wisdom. Nevertheless, as regards these ~abstract names a 177 1, 39 | objection would hold good as regards things which are predicated 178 1, 39 | it cannot be verified as regards any particular subject. ~ 179 1, 39 | But this name "God" as regards the three ~persons is as 180 1, 39 | person would be as a form as regards another; which Augustine ~ 181 1, 39 | second consideration of God regards Him as "one." In that view ~ 182 1, 39 | Equality" ~implies unity as regards another; for that is equal 183 1, 39 | reason of similitude as regards ~what exists in the divine 184 1, 40 | real identity exists as ~regards what in creatures are distinct. 185 1, 40 | are not distinguished as regards being, ~in which they subsist, 186 1, 40 | anything absolute, but only as regards ~something relative. Hence 187 1, 40 | and the same holds as ~regards the other persons.~Aquin.: 188 1, 40 | reality; nevertheless, as regards the mode of ~signification 189 1, 40 | 3] Body Para. 2/4~But as regards the abstraction of the form 190 1, 41 | voluntary?~(3) Whether as regards these acts, a person proceeds 191 1, 41 | there exists a power as regards the notional acts?~(5) What 192 1, 41 | of God, is said of Him as regards either His substance, or ~ 193 1, 41 | Another order of origin in God regards the ~procession of person 194 1, 41 | and from what ~follows as regards the words quoted, for thus 195 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Even as regards the intellectual conceptions 196 1, 41 | belong to one person as regards another, since the divine 197 1, 41 | necessary. Therefore, as ~regards the notional acts, whereby 198 1, 41 | But in God power exists as regards effects, and not as regards ~ 199 1, 41 | regards effects, and not as regards ~intellect and will, as 200 1, 41 | so the power in God as regards the notional acts has no ~ 201 1, 41 | as if made, but only as regards the person as ~proceeding.~ 202 1, 42 | this happens differently as regards free agents and ~natural 203 1, 42 | points of consideration as regards the ~Father and the Son; 204 1, 42 | is also manifest that as regards the relations, each of two 205 1, 43 | authority of the giver as regards what ~is given, "to be given" 206 1, 43 | another; and the same as regards "being sent."~Aquin.: SMT 207 1, 43 | If we consider mission as regards the ~effect of grace, in 208 1, 43 | persons. Thus, mission as regards the one to whom it is sent 209 1, 43 | mission takes place also as regards progress ~in virtue or increase 210 1, 43 | however, chiefly occurs as regards anyone's ~proficiency in 211 1, 43 | can be no authority as regards a divine person except from 212 1, 43 | this is to be explained as regards His human nature, by reason 213 1, 44 | not consider it ~except as regards certain accidents, for instance, 214 1, 45 | causes natural things as regards their form, but presupposes ~ 215 1, 45 | substance like to itself as regards its ~being, but only as 216 1, 45 | its ~being, but only as regards some added perfection; as 217 1, 45 | effects represent the cause as regards the similitude of ~its form, 218 1, 46 | investigated by ~reason, except as regards those things which God must 219 1, 46 | infinity "accidentally" as regards efficient ~causes; for instance, 220 1, 47 | a formal distinction as regards things differing ~specifically; 221 1, 47 | material distinction as regards things ~differing numerically 222 1, 47 | Origen: but it holds ~only as regards the distribution of rewards, 223 1, 48 | potentiality remitted as regards the ~actuality.~Aquin.: 224 1, 48 | anyone as a fault to fail as regards ~perfect action, of which 225 1, 48 | defect is not an evil as regards a creature.~Aquin.: SMT 226 1, 49 | cause. And this appears as regards both natural things and ~ 227 1, 49 | first non-deficient cause as regards what it has of being and ~ 228 1, 49 | perfection, but not as regards what it has of defect; just 229 1, 49 | because the good of man as regards ~the senses is not the good 230 1, 50 | is incorporeal only as regards ourselves, and not in relation 231 1, 50 | incorporeal and immaterial as regards us; but ~compared to God 232 1, 50 | really distinct. Now as regards incorporeal substance, ~ 233 1, 50 | separate is infinite as regards the nature of whiteness, ~ 234 1, 54 | whereas the power of operation regards ~accidental being. Hence 235 1, 55 | one who understands it, as regards that whereby it is ~understood. 236 1, 56 | intellect, especially as regards the fact that he ~understands 237 1, 57 | by sensible vision, which regards bodies in themselves. Now 238 1, 58 | Divine essence. Therefore, as regards such knowledge, they know 239 1, 58 | intellect is always true as regards what a thing is, just as 240 1, 58 | nescience is in the angels as ~regards things knowable, not naturally 241 1, 59 | The will in the angels regards good things only, while ~ 242 1, 59 | while ~their intellect regards both good and bad things, 243 1, 60 | are passing over all that regards things which ~are above 244 1, 60 | said (A[2]), natural love ~regards the end itself; while love 245 1, 60 | itself; while love of choice regards the means to the ~end. But 246 1, 62 | remains to be said, that, as regards this first beatitude, ~which 247 1, 63 | their intellective part, as ~regards their being inclined to 248 1, 63 | less of God; because choice regards only things which ~are possible, 249 1, 65 | creatures endure for ever as regards their matter, though ~they 250 1, 65 | though ~they change as regards their substantial form. 251 1, 65 | temporal," though true even as regards such ~things considered 252 1, 66 | form it is in ~act only as regards that form. Hence it remains 253 1, 67 | light is indifferent as ~regards direction, working equally 254 1, 69 | perfected on that day only as ~regards movement from place to place, 255 1, 70 | THE WORK OF ADORNMENT, AS REGARDS THE FOURTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~ 256 1, 70 | the heaven and the earth regards, seemingly, those ~things 257 1, 70 | the earth." ~Secondly, as regards the changes of the seasons, 258 1, 70 | and ~years." Thirdly, as regards the convenience of business 259 1, 70 | place ~on the first day, as regards the diurnal movement, which 260 1, 70 | does not do this. ~Also as regards movement the power that 261 1, 73 | day, but its completion as regards their operation, to the ~ 262 1, 74 | or water, especially as regards the lowest part of the air; 263 1, 74 | things together so far as regards their ~substance in some 264 1, 74 | things ~together, so far as regards that formation of things 265 1, 75 | impossible, ~not only as regards the human soul, but also 266 1, 75 | human soul, but also as regards anything ~subsistent that 267 1, 76 | before the form, not as regards all ~its effects, but as 268 1, 76 | all ~its effects, but as regards the subsequent effect.~Aquin.: 269 1, 77 | The higher power of itself regards a more universal ~formality 270 1, 77 | argument is verified as regards those powers among ~which 271 1, 77 | the case with one power as regards another.~Aquin.: SMT FP 272 1, 37 | various ~considerations as regards that procession, but not 273 1, 37 | that procession, but not as regards the ~procession of the will. 274 1, 37 | employ circumlocution as ~regards the person Who proceeds, 275 1, 37 | loved is ~in the lover. As regards the intellect, however, 276 1, 37 | proceeds from both. As regards origin, ~therefore, the 277 1, 37 | the ~Trinity; whereas as regards the aforesaid relation He 278 1, 38 | implies a ~subjection both as regards him to whom it is given, 279 1, 38 | whom it is given, and as regards him by ~whom it is given. 280 1, 38 | subjection, ~but only origin, as regards the giver; but as regards 281 1, 38 | regards the giver; but as regards the one to whom it ~is given, 282 1, 39 | Q[39] Out. Para. 2/2 ~As regards the first of these, there 283 1, 39 | we ~find it so stated as regards the meaning; for instance, " 284 1, 39 | essence signifies a form ~as regards the person, it may properly 285 1, 39 | with singular terms as ~regards the form signified not being 286 1, 39 | wisdom. Nevertheless, as regards these ~abstract names a 287 1, 39 | objection would hold good as regards things which are predicated 288 1, 39 | it cannot be verified as regards any particular subject. ~ 289 1, 39 | But this name "God" as regards the three ~persons is as 290 1, 39 | person would be as a form as regards another; which Augustine ~ 291 1, 39 | second consideration of God regards Him as "one." In that view ~ 292 1, 39 | Equality" ~implies unity as regards another; for that is equal 293 1, 39 | reason of similitude as regards ~what exists in the divine 294 1, 40 | real identity exists as ~regards what in creatures are distinct. 295 1, 40 | are not distinguished as regards being, ~in which they subsist, 296 1, 40 | anything absolute, but only as regards ~something relative. Hence 297 1, 40 | and the same holds as ~regards the other persons.~Aquin.: 298 1, 40 | reality; nevertheless, as regards the mode of ~signification 299 1, 40 | 3] Body Para. 2/4~But as regards the abstraction of the form 300 1, 41 | voluntary?~(3) Whether as regards these acts, a person proceeds 301 1, 41 | there exists a power as regards the notional acts?~(5) What 302 1, 41 | of God, is said of Him as regards either His substance, or ~ 303 1, 41 | Another order of origin in God regards the ~procession of person 304 1, 41 | and from what ~follows as regards the words quoted, for thus 305 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Even as regards the intellectual conceptions 306 1, 41 | belong to one person as regards another, since the divine 307 1, 41 | necessary. Therefore, as ~regards the notional acts, whereby 308 1, 41 | But in God power exists as regards effects, and not as regards ~ 309 1, 41 | regards effects, and not as regards ~intellect and will, as 310 1, 41 | so the power in God as regards the notional acts has no ~ 311 1, 41 | as if made, but only as regards the person as ~proceeding.~ 312 1, 42 | this happens differently as regards free agents and ~natural 313 1, 42 | points of consideration as regards the ~Father and the Son; 314 1, 42 | is also manifest that as regards the relations, each of two 315 1, 43 | authority of the giver as regards what ~is given, "to be given" 316 1, 43 | another; and the same as regards "being sent."~Aquin.: SMT 317 1, 43 | If we consider mission as regards the ~effect of grace, in 318 1, 43 | persons. Thus, mission as regards the one to whom it is sent 319 1, 43 | mission takes place also as regards progress ~in virtue or increase 320 1, 43 | however, chiefly occurs as regards anyone's ~proficiency in 321 1, 43 | can be no authority as regards a divine person except from 322 1, 43 | this is to be explained as regards His human nature, by reason 323 1, 45 | not consider it ~except as regards certain accidents, for instance, 324 1, 46 | causes natural things as regards their form, but presupposes ~ 325 1, 46 | substance like to itself as regards its ~being, but only as 326 1, 46 | its ~being, but only as regards some added perfection; as 327 1, 46 | effects represent the cause as regards the similitude of ~its form, 328 1, 47 | investigated by ~reason, except as regards those things which God must 329 1, 47 | infinity "accidentally" as regards efficient ~causes; for instance, 330 1, 48 | a formal distinction as regards things differing ~specifically; 331 1, 48 | material distinction as regards things ~differing numerically 332 1, 48 | Origen: but it holds ~only as regards the distribution of rewards, 333 1, 49 | potentiality remitted as regards the ~actuality.~Aquin.: 334 1, 49 | anyone as a fault to fail as regards ~perfect action, of which 335 1, 49 | defect is not an evil as regards a creature.~Aquin.: SMT 336 1, 50 | cause. And this appears as regards both natural things and ~ 337 1, 50 | first non-deficient cause as regards what it has of being and ~ 338 1, 50 | perfection, but not as regards what it has of defect; just 339 1, 50 | because the good of man as regards ~the senses is not the good 340 1, 51 | what is incorporeal only as regards ourselves, and not in relation 341 1, 51 | incorporeal and immaterial as regards us; but ~compared to God 342 1, 51 | really distinct. Now as regards incorporeal substance, ~ 343 1, 51 | separate is infinite as regards the nature of whiteness, ~ 344 1, 55 | whereas the power of operation regards ~accidental being. Hence 345 1, 56 | one who understands it, as regards that whereby it is ~understood. 346 1, 57 | intellect, especially as regards the fact that he ~understands 347 1, 58 | by sensible vision, which regards bodies in themselves. Now 348 1, 59 | Divine essence. Therefore, as regards such knowledge, they know 349 1, 59 | intellect is always true as regards what a thing is, just as 350 1, 59 | nescience is in the angels as ~regards things knowable, not naturally 351 1, 60 | The will in the angels regards good things only, while ~ 352 1, 60 | while ~their intellect regards both good and bad things, 353 1, 61 | are passing over all that regards things which ~are above 354 1, 61 | said (A[2]), natural love ~regards the end itself; while love 355 1, 61 | itself; while love of choice regards the means to the ~end. But 356 1, 63 | remains to be said, that, as regards this first beatitude, ~which 357 1, 64 | their intellective part, as ~regards their being inclined to 358 1, 64 | less of God; because choice regards only things which ~are possible, 359 1, 66 | creatures endure for ever as regards their matter, though ~they 360 1, 66 | though ~they change as regards their substantial form. 361 1, 66 | temporal," though true even as regards such ~things considered 362 1, 67 | form it is in ~act only as regards that form. Hence it remains 363 1, 68 | light is indifferent as ~regards direction, working equally 364 1, 70 | perfected on that day only as ~regards movement from place to place, 365 1, 71 | THE WORK OF ADORNMENT, AS REGARDS THE FOURTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~ 366 1, 71 | the heaven and the earth regards, seemingly, those ~things 367 1, 71 | the earth." ~Secondly, as regards the changes of the seasons, 368 1, 71 | and ~years." Thirdly, as regards the convenience of business 369 1, 71 | place ~on the first day, as regards the diurnal movement, which 370 1, 71 | does not do this. ~Also as regards movement the power that 371 1, 72 | day, but its completion as regards their operation, to the ~ 372 1, 73 | or water, especially as regards the ~lowest part of the 373 1, 73 | things together so far as regards their ~substance in some 374 1, 73 | things ~together, so far as regards that formation of things 375 1, 74 | impossible, ~not only as regards the human soul, but also 376 1, 74 | human soul, but also as regards anything ~subsistent that 377 1, 75 | before the form, not as regards all ~its effects, but as 378 1, 75 | all ~its effects, but as regards the subsequent effect.~Aquin.: 379 1, 76 | The higher power of itself regards a more universal ~formality 380 1, 76 | argument is verified as regards those powers among ~which 381 1, 76 | the case with one power as regards another.~Aquin.: SMT FP 382 1, 77 | ought not to be assigned as ~regards what is common to all the 383 1, 77 | of the soul, which genus regards a ~more universal object - 384 1, 77 | of ~the soul, which genus regards a still more universal object - 385 1, 77 | OBJ 3: Further, one sense regards one contrariety; as sight 386 1, 77 | one contrariety; as sight regards ~white and black. But the 387 1, 77 | their organ; as happens as regards these two senses.~Aquin.: 388 1, 78 | intellect ~is always in act as regards those things which it can 389 1, 78 | memory, in as far as it regards past events, is preserved 390 1, 78 | species is in the intellect as regards the ~ultimate completion 391 1, 78 | the power ~of sight, which regards its object under the common 392 1, 78 | white. Now, the intellect ~regards its object under the common 393 1, 78 | passive intellect: because as regards the same ~object, the active 394 1, 78 | therefore the intellect regards those things ~which are 395 1, 78 | the ~lower reason; for it regards only things contingent. 396 1, 79 | every act of the appetite regards an individual thing. Therefore 397 1, 80 | same power of the ~soul regards both sides of a contrariety, 398 1, 80 | a contrariety, as sight regards both black and ~white, according 399 1, 80 | the concupiscible power regards what ~is suitable, while 400 1, 80 | the sensitive appetite regards only what is suitable ~according 401 1, 80 | The concupiscible power regards both what is suitable and ~ 402 1, 80 | certain appetitive power which regards something as ~suitable, 403 1, 81 | rather to the intellect as regards natural principles than 404 1, 81 | this or that. But choice regards not the end, but "the ~means 405 1, 81 | the capacity of the ~will regards the universal and perfect 406 1, 81 | powers, that ~power which regards the universal end moves 407 1, 81 | we take the intellect as regards the common nature of its 408 1, 81 | we consider the ~will as regards the common nature of its 409 1, 81 | instance, ~because sight regards the visible thing under 410 1, 81 | good: for the concupiscible regards as proper to it ~the notion 411 1, 81 | nature: whereas the irascible regards the notion of good as something ~ 412 1, 81 | is hurtful. But the will regards good ~according to the common 413 1, 82 | we are well-disposed as regards ~concupiscences, and by 414 1, 82 | freedom from coercion, but as regards ~freedom from fault and 415 1, 82 | because "the act ~of the will regards the end, whereas choice 416 1, 82 | the end, whereas choice regards the means to the end" ~( 417 1, 82 | wherefore, properly speaking, it regards the ~means to the end. Now, 418 1, 84 | universals come first as regards their nature, because "that 419 1, 84 | are secondarily known as regards our intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 420 1, 84 | and the same is true as regards time, for a child ~can distinguish 421 1, 84 | state of ~potentiality as regards its principle of distinction; 422 1, 84 | state of potentiality as regards "difference." Thus it is ~ 423 1, 84 | individual ~is prior, as regards us, to the knowledge of 424 1, 84 | is it necessary that, as regards us, knowledge of any cause 425 1, 84 | intellect being in act as regards different intelligible species, 426 1, 84 | however, may be deceived as ~regards common sensible objects, 427 1, 84 | whereas it may go astray as regards the surroundings of ~the 428 1, 84 | one thing to another, ~as regards composition or division, 429 1, 84 | winged animal." Hence as regards simple ~objects not subject 430 1, 84 | act of understanding as regards the thing understood; and ~ 431 1, 84 | in two ~ways. First, as regards the intellect itself, which 432 1, 86 | This is quite clear as regards sensible things, for the 433 1, 86 | matter is a ~potentiality as regards sensible beings; and hence 434 1, 86 | its own presence. But as regards the second kind of ~knowledge, 435 1, 86 | equal to saying that "as regards things ~actually understood 436 1, 87 | man to ~consist. Nor, as regards the present inquiry, does 437 1, 87 | with ~material things, as regards either natural genus or 438 1, 88 | understanding was not so perfect as regards what was possible to ~the 439 1, 88 | the separated soul, as regards what belongs to the sensitive 440 1, 88 | sensitive powers; but ~as regards what belongs to the intellect 441 1, 88 | intentions," above ~all as regards simple intelligence of " 442 1, 88 | exist in the intellect as regards mental composition and division, ~ 443 1, 88 | be divided in opinion as regards ~the souls of the blessed 444 1, 89 | material ~sense; but as regards the act of God, to breathe [ 445 1, 90 | to be in ~potentiality as regards all colors; which is not 446 1, 90 | the ministers of God, as regards ~what He does in bodies, 447 1, 90 | the best, but the best as ~regards the proposed end; and even 448 1, 90 | especially unfitting as regards the body, for the body depends 449 1, 91 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As regards the individual nature, woman 450 1, 91 | On the other hand, as regards human nature in ~general, 451 1, 91 | This was most necessary as regards the human race, in which ~ 452 1, 91 | things first created; ~not as regards active potentiality, but 453 1, 91 | active potentiality, but as regards a potentiality passive ~ 454 1, 92 | to Divine goodness, as ~regards its causality; not as regards 455 1, 92 | regards its causality; not as regards its natural dignity which 456 1, 92 | intellectual creature as regards extension and diffusion; 457 1, 92 | the image of God in man as regards its accidental qualities, ~ 458 1, 92 | the image of God in man regards, not the Trinity ~of Persons, 459 1, 92 | were an image of God as regards the Person, this would not 460 1, 92 | the image of God, both as regards the Divine Nature and as 461 1, 92 | the Divine Nature and as regards ~the Trinity of Persons; 462 1, 92 | image of God is in man as regards the mind only?~Aquin.: SMT 463 1, 92 | is to be found in us as regards any object. Therefore the ~ 464 1, 92 | Trinity is in our mind as regards any object.~Aquin.: SMT 465 1, 92 | found in the soul, even as regards temporal objects.~Aquin.: 466 1, 92 | and in this sense likeness regards things which ~are more common 467 1, 93 | CONDITION OF THE FIRST MAN AS REGARDS HIS INTELLECT ~(FOUR ARTICLES)~ 468 1, 93 | the first man; first, as ~regards his soul; secondly, as regards 469 1, 93 | regards his soul; secondly, as regards his body. Concerning the 470 1, 93 | state man is impeded as regards the full ~and clear consideration 471 1, 93 | and govern the body, as ~regards animal life, it is fitting 472 1, 93 | to be the principles as regards others. Now man can be the ~ 473 1, 93 | in his ~perfect state, as regards his body, for the work of 474 1, 93 | known by experience. But as ~regards supernatural knowledge, 475 1, 93 | would also have advanced as regards ~the number of things known, 476 1, 93 | either of ~these ways as regards those things to which his 477 1, 93 | knowledge extended; but ~as regards things to which his knowledge 478 1, 93 | however, is not fitting as regards the integrity of the ~primitive 479 1, 93 | it is clear that ~as regards its proper object the intellect 480 1, 93 | said something untrue as regards future ~contingencies, or 481 1, 93 | future ~contingencies, or as regards secret thoughts, man in 482 1, 94 | use of righteousness as regards his dominion ~over other 483 1, 94 | had not spiritual life as regards the body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 484 1, 94 | the state of innocence as ~regards the passions which alter 485 1, 94 | soul was impassible as ~regards the passions which impede 486 1, 94 | penance is a virtue that regards sin committed. Mercy, ~too, 487 1, 94 | Philosopher says, "Shame, which ~regards what is ill done, may be 488 1, 94 | I answer that, Merit as regards degree may be gauged in 489 1, 95 | a universal prudence as ~regards all practical matters. Now 490 1, 95 | inequality, at least as regards sex, because ~generation 491 1, 95 | of sex: and likewise as regards age; ~for some would have 492 1, 95 | Body Para. 2/4~Moreover, as regards the soul, there would have 493 1, 96 | the first man: ~first, as regards the preservation of the 494 1, 96 | individual; secondly, as ~regards the preservation of the 495 1, 96 | man recovered grace as ~regards remission of guilt and the 496 1, 96 | is naturally ~passible as regards a hard body; therefore if 497 1, 97 | appears to be different as regards corruptible and incorruptible ~ 498 1, 97 | nature of ~concupiscence as regards generation in our present 499 1, 97 | Body Para. 2/2~Thus, as regards generation by coition, there 500 1, 98 | the offspring - first, as regards ~the body; secondly, as


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