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1 1, 1 | action: "Be ~ye doers of the word, and not hearers only" ( 2 1, 1 | embrace that ~faithful word which is according to doctrine, 3 1, 1 | Whether in Holy Scripture a word may have several senses?~ 4 1, 1 | seems that in Holy Writ a word cannot have several senses, ~ 5 1, 1 | cannot be several senses to a word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[10] 6 1, 1 | fitting to explain the same word of Holy Writ according to 7 1, 1 | to the literal sense, one word in Holy Writ should have 8 1, 1 | not multiplied because one word signifies several things, 9 1, 2 | the signification of ~the word "God" is understood, it 10 1, 2 | God exists. For by ~this word is signified that thing 11 1, 2 | Therefore, since as soon as the word ~"God" is understood it 12 1, 2 | everyone who hears this word "God" understands ~it to 13 1, 2 | understands that by this word "God" is signified something 14 1, 2 | understands that what the word signifies exists actually, ~ 15 1, 2 | term the meaning of the word, and not its ~essence, for 16 1, 2 | term the meaning of the word "God".~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 2 | altogether destroyed. But the ~word "God" means that He is infinite 18 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The word substance signifies not 19 1, 3 | Serm. xxxviii]) that, "the word of God, which is God, is 20 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Word is an exemplar form; but 21 1, 4 | brought into ~actuality, this word "perfect" signifies whatever 22 1, 5 | thing and intends by the word that stands for it. Therefore, 23 1, 6 | alone." But we use ~the word supreme in comparison with 24 1, 10 | interminable life." For the word "interminable" is ~a negative 25 1, 10 | definition of eternity the ~word "interminable" ought not 26 1, 10 | than life. Therefore the word "life" ~ought not to come 27 1, 10 | eternity; but rather the word ~"existence."~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 10 | the idea of time, and ~the word "perfect" is used to exclude 29 1, 10 | of eternity, we ~use the word "possession."~Aquin.: SMT 30 1, 10 | the blessed, who enjoy the Word, because "as regards ~that 31 1, 10 | regards ~that vision of the Word, no changing thoughts exist 32 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The word "wholly" denotes a mode 33 1, 12 | that, What is seen in the Word is seen not successively, 34 1, 13 | about ~God, and signify in word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 35 1, 13 | the Latin etymology of the word "lapis" which has no place 36 1, 13 | to God, according to the word of ~Genesis (Gn. 1:26), " 37 1, 13 | with ~creatures; and thus a word may be applied univocally 38 1, 13 | creature, according to the word: "I have loved thee with 39 1, 13 | in Peri Herm. i. But the word "animal" applied to a ~true 40 1, 13 | whereas in analogical terms a ~word taken in one signification 41 1, 13 | definition of the ~same word taken in other senses; as, 42 1, 13 | otherwise" determines the word "understanding" on the ~ 43 1, 14 | only as the matter of the word, and not as the chief part 44 1, 15 | divine mind. For ~the Greek word {Idea} is in Latin "forma." 45 1, 16 | not, that our thought or word is true or ~false, as the 46 1, 16 | says that a thought or a word is true "from the fact that ~ 47 1, 16 | which is implied by the word "truth"; for the perfection 48 1, 16 | shows himself in deed ~and word as he really is. But truth 49 1, 17 | signified or represented by ~word or thought that is false. 50 1, 18 | And so we see that the ~word "body" is used to denote 51 1, 18 | the abstract, just as the word "running" ~denotes "to run" 52 1, 19 | itself is signified by the word anger, when anger is ~attributed 53 1, 20 | human nature assumed by the Word of God in ~the person of 54 1, 21 | is its own cause. In ~the word debt, therefore, is implied 55 1, 21 | whereby a man shows himself in word and deed such ~as he really 56 1, 23 | grace. In this way, the word of the ~prophet is true - 57 1, 25 | contrary, It is said: "No word shall be impossible with 58 1, 25 | the precise meaning of the word 'all' when we ~say that 59 1, 25 | is this contrary to the word of the angel, saying: "No 60 1, 25 | of the angel, saying: "No word ~shall be impossible with 61 1, 25 | contradiction ~cannot be a word, because no intellect can 62 1, 27 | signified by the spoken word; and it is called the word 63 1, 27 | word; and it is called the word of ~the heart signified 64 1, 27 | the heart signified by the word of the voice.~Aquin.: SMT 65 1, 27 | example, of the ~intelligible word which proceeds from the 66 1, 27 | 14], ~A[2]), the divine Word is of necessity perfectly 67 1, 27 | that, The procession of the Word in God is called generation. ~ 68 1, 27 | manner the procession of the Word in God is ~generation; for 69 1, 27 | Hence the procession of the Word in God is called ~generation; 70 1, 27 | called ~generation; and the Word Himself proceeding is called 71 1, 27 | the intellect; hence the word which proceeds within ~us 72 1, 27 | understands (Q[14], A[4]). The Word ~proceeding therefore proceeds 73 1, 27 | understanding we use the word "conception" in order to ~ 74 1, 27 | to ~signify that in the word of our intellect is found 75 1, 27 | existence are contained both the Word ~intelligibly proceeding 76 1, 27 | and the principle of the Word, with whatever ~belongs 77 1, 27 | God besides that of the Word?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 78 1, 27 | besides the ~generation of the Word. Because, for whatever reason 79 1, 27 | intelligible procession ~of the Word existed in God, it could 80 1, 27 | but the procession of the Word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 81 1, 27 | besides the procession of the Word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 82 1, 27 | the procession of the ~Word, and another.~Aquin.: SMT 83 1, 27 | will. The procession of the Word is by ~way of an intelligible 84 1, 27 | by the conception of the word, the ~object spoken of or 85 1, 27 | besides the procession of the Word in God, there exists in 86 1, 27 | regards the procession of the Word; since ~nothing can be loved 87 1, 27 | exists a certain order of the Word to the principle whence 88 1, 27 | and the procession of the Word in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 89 1, 27 | is of the nature of the word, so does it ~belong to love. 90 1, 27 | 13:19). Therefore if the Word is begotten and born by 91 1, 27 | in a different way to the word and to ~love. It belongs 92 1, 27 | love. It belongs to the word as being the likeness of 93 1, 27 | only one procession of the word, but there are ~many: for 94 1, 27 | many: for in us from one word proceeds another; and also 95 1, 27 | but ~the procession of the Word, and of Love.~Aquin.: SMT 96 1, 27 | attributes except those of the Word and of love, ~according 97 1, 27 | exist in Him a procession of Word from ~Word, nor of Love 98 1, 27 | procession of Word from ~Word, nor of Love from Love: 99 1, 27 | in Him only one perfect Word, ~and one perfect Love; 100 1, 28 | way of an intelligible ~word. But the relations following 101 1, 28 | which exist between the word intellectually proceeding 102 1, 28 | perfectly expressed by the word ~"relation," as if it were 103 1, 28 | what is signified by the word "wisdom," it would not ~ 104 1, 28 | intelligible procession of the Word. But intelligible relations 105 1, 28 | intellect, the procession of the Word; and the other from the 106 1, 28 | Himself. The procession of the Word is called generation in ~ 107 1, 28 | Nevertheless, the relation ~to the word is a real relation; because 108 1, 28 | real relation; because the word is understood as ~proceeding 109 1, 28 | understood, is called the word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 110 1, 29 | The signification of this word "person"; (2) the number 111 1, 29 | If it is the former, the ~word "individual" is superfluous, 112 1, 29 | for second substance, the word "individual" is ~false, 113 1, 29 | a rational nature), the word ~"individual" which is an 114 1, 29 | the angels. Therefore the word "nature" ought not to enter 115 1, 29 | definition of person, but the word should rather be "essence."~ 116 1, 29 | greater - that ~is, by the Word of God. It is, however, 117 1, 29 | Philosopher (Metaph. v, 5), the word ~"nature" was first used 118 1, 29 | strict ~interpretation of the word, signifies any individual 119 1, 29 | hypostases." But because the word ~"substance," which, properly 120 1, 29 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the word "person" should be said 121 1, 29 | says (De Duab. Nat.): "The word person seems to ~be taken 122 1, 29 | metaphorical sense. Therefore the word "person" is ~only applied 123 1, 29 | is a hypostasis. But the word "hypostasis" ~does not apply 124 1, 29 | ad Damas.) that, "in this word hypostasis, poison ~lurks 125 1, 29 | in honey." Therefore the word "person" should not be said 126 1, 29 | substance. Therefore the word ~"person" ought not to be 127 1, 29 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the word "person" is not found applied 128 1, 29 | Testament, nevertheless what the word ~signifies is found to be 129 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The word "hypostasis" does not apply 130 1, 29 | that "poison lurks in this word," forasmuch as before it 131 1, 29 | hypostases, inasmuch as the word "substance," which ~corresponds 132 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~Whether this word "person" signifies relation?~ 133 1, 29 | It would seem that this word "person," as applied to 134 1, 29 | heaven, ~the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost, and 135 1, 29 | Metaph. iv), the meaning of a word ~is its definition. But 136 1, 29 | says (De Trin.) that "every word that refers ~to the persons 137 1, 29 | signifies relation." But no word belongs to person more ~ 138 1, 29 | strictly than the very word "person" itself. Therefore 139 1, 29 | itself. Therefore this word "person" ~signifies relation.~ 140 1, 29 | concerning the meaning of this word ~"person" in God, from the 141 1, 29 | some have thought that this word "person" of itself expresses ~ 142 1, 29 | this name "God" and this word "Wise"; ~but that to meet 143 1, 29 | explanation; ~for, if this word "person," by force of its 144 1, 29 | others maintained that this word "person" ~in God signifies 145 1, 29 | ask the ~meaning of the word animal, and another to ask 146 1, 29 | ask the meaning of ~this word "person" in general; and 147 1, 29 | this signification of the word ~"person" was not clearly 148 1, 29 | by heretics. ~Hence, this word "person" was used just as 149 1, 29 | signification, so that this word "person" means relation 150 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This word "person" is said in respect 151 1, 29 | of a human person, the ~word "person" is used in an equivocal 152 1, 30 | Q[29], A[4]) that this word ~"person" signifies in God 153 1, 30 | from His intellect, as Word, besides the one Who proceeds 154 1, 30 | heaven, the father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost" (1 155 1, 30 | way of intelligence, as word, ~proceeds according to 156 1, 30 | procession of the ~divine Word is the very same as generation 157 1, 30 | the strict ~sense of the word, but not in the sense of 158 1, 30 | of "person" contains the word ~"incommunicable." Others 159 1, 30 | definition of person contains the word "individual"; as we say 160 1, 31 | inquiry:~(1) Concerning the word "Trinity";~(2) Whether we 161 1, 31 | to another. Therefore the word "Trinity" is not to be applied ~ 162 1, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, this word "trinity" is a collective 163 1, 31 | signifies multitude. But such a word does not apply to God; as 164 1, 31 | possible unity. Therefore this word "trinity" does not apply ~ 165 1, 31 | erroneous. Therefore the word trinity is not ~to be applied 166 1, 31 | that ~we should use the word trinity; because what is 167 1, 31 | etymological sense, this word "Trinity" seems to ~signify 168 1, 31 | and hence it is that the ~word in itself does not express 169 1, 31 | In the first sense, ~this word "trinity" is like other 170 1, 31 | number by itself; since ~the word trine imports a distinction 171 1, 31 | to ~several. We avoid the word "confused," lest we take 172 1, 31 | is no ~difference." The word "solitary" is also to be 173 1, 31 | A[2] Body Para. 4/4~This word "other" [alius], however, 174 1, 31 | 1~Whether the exclusive word "alone" should be added 175 1, 31 | seem that the exclusive word "alone" [solus] is not to ~ 176 1, 31 | two things, ~because the word "Father" can signify the 177 1, 31 | essence; in so far as the word "only" excludes another 178 1, 31 | as "no ~man," which the word itself would seem to signify ( 179 1, 32 | in the ~beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, 180 1, 32 | beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word 181 1, 32 | Word was with God, and the Word was God," ~and so on; in 182 1, 32 | by the procession of the ~word and of love in our own mind; 183 1, 32 | Whoever wholly resists the ~word, is far off from our philosophy; 184 1, 32 | regards the truth of ~the word" - i.e. "the sacred word, 185 1, 32 | word" - i.e. "the sacred word, we too follow this rule."~ 186 1, 32 | In the beginning was the word," not as meaning the ~Person 187 1, 32 | God made all things by His Word ~excludes the error of those 188 1, 32 | to manifest ~the divine Word; and then said, "God saw 189 1, 33 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the word principle is taken from 190 1, 33 | 1/1~I answer that, The word "principle" signifies only 191 1, 33 | Doctors do not use ~the word "cause," but only "principle." 192 1, 33 | which is not implied in the word ~"principle." For in all 193 1, 33 | Reply OBJ 3: Although this word principle, as regards its 194 1, 33 | name of anyone. ~But the word is by us metaphorically 195 1, 33 | consequently, he of whom is the word, is metaphorically called 196 1, 33 | Therefore the principle of the Word in God is not properly called 197 1, 33 | OBJ 3: In human nature the word is not a subsistence, and 198 1, 33 | begotten or son. But the divine Word is something ~subsistent 199 1, 33 | of creatures. For as the ~word conceived in the mind of 200 1, 33 | produced in likeness ~to the word conceived in the artist' 201 1, 33 | innascibility, signified by this word ~"begotten."~Aquin.: SMT 202 1, 33 | innascibility, signified by the ~word "unbegotten," as a property 203 1, 34 | the Son - namely, "Son," "Word," and "Image." The idea 204 1, 34 | remains for us to consider Word and ~Image.~Aquin.: SMT 205 1, 34 | Out. Para. 2/2~Concerning Word there are three points of 206 1, 34 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether Word is an essential term in 207 1, 34 | Whether in the name of Word is expressed relation to 208 1, 34 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Word in God is a personal name?~ 209 1, 34 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Word in God is not a personal 210 1, 34 | as Father and Son. ~But Word is applied to God metaphorically, 211 1, 34 | In the beginning was the Word." Therefore Word is not 212 1, 34 | was the Word." Therefore Word is not a personal name in ~ 213 1, 34 | De Trin. ix, 10), "The Word is ~knowledge with love;" 214 1, 34 | terms in God. Therefore Word is not a ~personal term 215 1, 34 | Further, it is essential to word to be spoken. But, according 216 1, 34 | spoken. Therefore, the name Word is used as an essential 217 1, 34 | person is made. But the Word of God is ~something made. 218 1, 34 | the storms which ~do His Word" (Ps. 148:8). Therefore 219 1, 34 | Ps. 148:8). Therefore the Word is not a personal name in ~ 220 1, 34 | the Father, so also is the Word to Him Whose Word He is." 221 1, 34 | is the Word to Him Whose Word He is." But ~the Son is 222 1, 34 | relatively. Therefore so ~also is Word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 223 1, 34 | answer that, The name of Word in God, if taken in its 224 1, 34 | we must know that our own word taken in its ~proper sense 225 1, 34 | when it ~is said of the word spoken by the voice; and 226 1, 34 | things found in the exterior word - that ~is, the vocal sound 227 1, 34 | signification cannot be called a word: ~wherefore the exterior 228 1, 34 | vocal sound is called a word from the fact the it ~signifies 229 1, 34 | of the mind is called a word; ~secondarily, the vocal 230 1, 34 | vocal sound is called a ~word. Damascene mentions these 231 1, 34 | Orth. i, ~17), saying that "word" is called "the natural 232 1, 34 | Again," he says, "the word is what is not ~pronounced 233 1, 34 | not ~pronounced by a vocal word, but is uttered in the heart;" 234 1, 34 | kind. "Again," also, "the word is the angel" - that is, 235 1, 34 | which is the second kind. Word is also used ~in a fourth 236 1, 34 | signified or effected by a word; thus we are wont to say, " 237 1, 34 | wont to say, "this is the word I have said," or "which ~ 238 1, 34 | some deed signified by the word ~either by way of assertion 239 1, 34 | A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Now word is taken strictly in God, 240 1, 34 | Whoever can ~understand the word, not only before it is sounded, 241 1, 34 | see some ~likeness of that Word of Whom it is said: In the 242 1, 34 | In the beginning was the Word." ~The concept itself of 243 1, 34 | one ~conceiving. Hence "Word," according as we use the 244 1, 34 | 3],4,5). Hence the term "Word," ~according as we use the 245 1, 34 | Son of God is called the Word, this is not to be understood ~ 246 1, 34 | sense; lest the idea of the Word proceeding should compel ~ 247 1, 34 | Father. For the interior word proceeds in such a manner 248 1, 34 | within him. But supposing Word to be said ~metaphorically 249 1, 34 | God, we must still admit Word in its strict sense. For ~ 250 1, 34 | if a thing be called a word metaphorically, this can 251 1, 34 | something manifest as a word, or it ~is manifested by 252 1, 34 | or it ~is manifested by a word. If manifested by a word, 253 1, 34 | word. If manifested by a word, there must exist a word ~ 254 1, 34 | word, there must exist a word ~whereby it is manifested. 255 1, 34 | manifested. If it is called a word because it exteriorly ~manifests, 256 1, 34 | manifests cannot be called word except in ~as far as it 257 1, 34 | signs. Therefore, although Word may be ~sometimes said of 258 1, 34 | nevertheless we must also admit ~Word in the proper sense, and 259 1, 34 | God ~personally, except word alone; for word alone signifies 260 1, 34 | except word alone; for word alone signifies that which ~ 261 1, 34 | in its conception is ~the word. Now, the intellect itself, 262 1, 34 | Therefore when we say that word is knowledge, the term knowledge 263 1, 34 | De Trin. vii, 1) that the Word is "begotten wisdom;" for 264 1, 34 | thought," forasmuch as the Word is conceived by the gaze 265 1, 34 | not properly apply to ~the Word of God. For Augustine says ( 266 1, 34 | Therefore do we ~speak of the Word of God, and not of the Thought 267 1, 34 | now assuming the form of Word, ~now putting off that form 268 1, 34 | As, properly speaking, Word in God is said personally, 269 1, 34 | to "speak." Hence, as the Word is not ~common to the Father, 270 1, 34 | speaks in that co-eternal Word is understood as not ~alone 271 1, 34 | as being with that very Word, without which, forsooth, ~ 272 1, 34 | Person, for not only is the word spoken, but also the thing ~ 273 1, 34 | understood or signified by the word. Therefore in this manner 274 1, 34 | spoken in the same way as a word ~is spoken; whereas in the 275 1, 34 | being ~understood in the word, it belongs to each Person 276 1, 34 | knowledge, conceives the Word; so that ~thus the whole 277 1, 34 | Trinity is "spoken" in the Word; and likewise also all ~ 278 1, 34 | intellect of a man by the word he conceives in the act ~ 279 1, 34 | chiefly the ~habitude to the word conceived; for "to speak" 280 1, 34 | nothing but to utter a ~word. But by means of the word 281 1, 34 | word. But by means of the word it imports a habitude to 282 1, 34 | understood which in the word uttered is manifested to 283 1, 34 | the Person who utters the Word is "speaker" in ~God, although 284 1, 34 | consequently ~is spoken by the Word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 285 1, 34 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: The term "word" is there taken figuratively, 286 1, 34 | signified or effected by word is called word. For thus 287 1, 34 | effected by word is called word. For thus creatures are 288 1, 34 | creatures are said ~to do the word of God, as executing any 289 1, 34 | they are ordained ~from the word conceived of the divine 290 1, 34 | anyone is said to do the ~word of the king when he does 291 1, 34 | appointed by the ~king's word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 292 1, 34 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether "Word" is the Son's proper name?~ 293 1, 34 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "Word" is not the proper name 294 1, 34 | subsisting person in God. But word does not signify a ~subsisting 295 1, 34 | in ourselves. Therefore word cannot be the ~proper name 296 1, 34 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the word proceeds from the speaker 297 1, 34 | the Son is properly the word, He proceeds from the Father, ~ 298 1, 34 | person. Therefore, if the Word is the Son's proper name, 299 1, 34 | understands conceives a word in the act of ~understanding. 300 1, 34 | understands. Therefore some word belongs to ~the Son; and 301 1, 34 | and consequently to be Word is not proper to the Son.~ 302 1, 34 | Bearing all things by ~the word of His power;" whence Basil 303 1, 34 | Holy Ghost is the Son's Word. Therefore to be Word is 304 1, 34 | s Word. Therefore to be Word is not proper to the ~Son.~ 305 1, 34 | says (De Trin. vi, 11): "By Word we ~understand the Son alone."~ 306 1, 34 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, "Word," said of God in its proper 307 1, 34 | alone is properly called Word in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 308 1, 34 | and the same: hence the ~Word of God is not an accident 309 1, 34 | Fide Orth. i, 18) that "the Word of God is substantial and 310 1, 34 | Reply OBJ 3: In the term "Word" the same property is comprised 311 1, 34 | says (De Trin. vii, 11): "Word and Son express ~the same." 312 1, 34 | immaterially, He is called the Word. ~All these truths cannot 313 1, 34 | intelligent, not as producing a Word, but ~as the Word proceeding; 314 1, 34 | producing a Word, but ~as the Word proceeding; forasmuch as 315 1, 34 | forasmuch as in God the Word proceeding does not ~differ 316 1, 34 | from the ~principle of the Word only by relation.~Aquin.: 317 1, 34 | Bearing all things by the word ~of His power"; "word" is 318 1, 34 | the word ~of His power"; "word" is taken figuratively for 319 1, 34 | figuratively for the effect of the Word. ~Hence a gloss says that " 320 1, 34 | Hence a gloss says that "word" is here taken to mean command; 321 1, 34 | effect of the power of the Word, things are kept in being, 322 1, 34 | effect of the power of the Word things are brought into 323 1, 34 | figuratively in applying Word to the Holy Ghost; ~in the 324 1, 34 | known may be ~called his word, and so in that way the 325 1, 34 | may be called the ~Son's Word, because He manifests the 326 1, 34 | Para. 1/1~Whether the name "Word" imports relation to creatures?~ 327 1, 34 | would seem that the name 'Word' does not import relation 328 1, 34 | of God essentially. But Word is not said essentially, 329 1, 34 | but personally. ~Therefore Word does not import relation 330 1, 34 | Lord" and "Creator." But Word is said of God from eternity. ~ 331 1, 34 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Word imports relation to the 332 1, 34 | creature, it follows that the ~Word proceeds from the creature.~ 333 1, 34 | creatures. Therefore if Word imports relation to creatures, ~ 334 1, 34 | in God there is not one Word only, but many.~Aquin.: 335 1, 34 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, if Word imports relation to the 336 1, 34 | non-beings. Therefore in the Word are implied relations to ~ 337 1, 34 | qu. 63), that "the name ~Word signifies not only relation 338 1, 34 | which are made through the Word, by His operative power."~ 339 1, 34 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Word implies relation to creatures. 340 1, 34 | every creature. Now the word conceived in the mind is ~ 341 1, 34 | all ~things, His one only Word is expressive not only of 342 1, 34 | cognitive and operative, so the Word of God ~is only expressive 343 1, 34 | were made;" because in the Word is implied the operative ~ 344 1, 34 | and in this ~way the name Word imports relation to creatures.~ 345 1, 34 | implied in the ~name of the Word. Nor is it true that all 346 1, 34 | not ~necessary that the Word should proceed from creatures, 347 1, 34 | creatures, although the Word ~is expressive of creatures.~ 348 1, 34 | personally. But the name of Word is imposed chiefly to ~signify 349 1, 34 | and so there ~is only one Word in God, and that is a personal 350 1, 34 | of non-beings and God's Word about ~non-beings are the 351 1, 34 | are the same; because the Word of God contains no less 352 1, 34 | 14). ~Nevertheless the Word is expressive and operative 353 1, 35 | because the Son proceeds as word, and it is essential ~to 354 1, 35 | and it is essential ~to word to be like species with 355 1, 36 | be borne in mind that the word "ghost" is the old ~English 356 1, 36 | heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost." As ~ 357 1, 36 | substances. And by adding the word "holy" we signify the purity ~ 358 1, 36 | Holy Spirit be taken as one word, it is thus ~that the expression, 359 1, 36 | the Son proceeds as the Word. But our breath [spiritus] ~ 360 1, 36 | proceed in ourselves from our word. Therefore the Holy ~Ghost 361 1, 36 | way of the intellect as Word, and the Holy Ghost by ~ 362 1, 36 | love must proceed from a word. For we do not ~love anything 363 1, 36 | convince anyone that the word procession is the one most 364 1, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The Word in God is not taken after 365 1, 36 | similitude of the ~vocal word, whence the breath [spiritus] 366 1, 36 | similitude of the mental word, ~whence proceeds love.~ 367 1, 36 | seems to be false; for ~this word "principle" stands either 368 1, 36 | they declare, ~since the word "principle" in the singular 369 1, 36 | say ~that, although this word "principle" signifies a 370 1, 36 | that is signified by this ~word "God"; so they are one principle 371 1, 36 | that is signified in this word "principle."~Aquin.: SMT 372 1, 36 | are ~one principle, this word "principle" has not determinate 373 1, 36 | and the Son; because the word "principle" does ~not stand 374 1, 36 | same principle, because the word "principle" stands ~confusedly 375 1, 37 | name of the Holy Ghost; ~as Word is the proper name of the 376 1, 37 | is ~the procession of the Word, and another by way of the 377 1, 37 | which conception we call word; so ~when anyone loves an 378 1, 37 | understood, as appears in the word "to understand"; and other 379 1, 37 | namely, ~"to speak," and "word." Hence in God, "to understand" 380 1, 37 | not import relation to the Word that ~proceeds; whereas " 381 1, 37 | that ~proceeds; whereas "Word" is said personally, because 382 1, 37 | of the principle of the Word to the Word Himself. On 383 1, 37 | principle of the Word to the Word Himself. On the other ~hand, 384 1, 37 | if ~we were to call the Word "intelligence conceived," 385 1, 37 | abides in the lover, and ~the word of the heart is something 386 1, 37 | to the thing expressed by word, or loved. But in God, in 387 1, 37 | than this; because both Word ~and Love are subsistent. 388 1, 37 | beloved; as also in the Word is imported the relation 389 1, 37 | imported the relation of the Word to the ~thing expressed 390 1, 37 | thing expressed by the Word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 391 1, 37 | understands, to ~produce a word, for it belongs to Him to 392 1, 37 | Him to understand as the word ~proceeding; so in like 393 1, 37 | by the Holy Ghost," this word "love" is to be taken either 394 1, 37 | to speak is to produce a word, and to ~flower is to produce 395 1, 37 | that the Father, by the Word or the Son, speaks ~Himself, 396 1, 37 | the ~Father speaks by the Word, as by the Person proceeding, " 397 1, 37 | speak" means to produce a word. ~Likewise to love, taken 398 1, 37 | creature by ~His begotten Word, inasmuch as the Word "begotten" 399 1, 37 | begotten Word, inasmuch as the Word "begotten" adequately represents ~ 400 1, 37 | creature is implied both in the Word ~and in the proceeding Love, 401 1, 38 | 1/1~I answer that, The word "gift" imports an aptitude 402 1, 38 | partaker of the divine Word and of the Love proceeding, 403 1, 38 | signifies a property. But ~this word Gift does not signify a 404 1, 38 | He proceeds ~by way of a word, whose nature it is to be 405 1, 39 | Contra Maxim. iii) that the word ~{homoousion}, which the 406 1, 39 | Gods" or "Judges": and this word is used on account of the ~ 407 1, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, this word "thing" when it is said 408 1, 39 | OBJ 4: Further, as this word "God" signifies "a being 409 1, 39 | has Deity," so ~also this word "person" signifies a being 410 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This word "thing" is one of the transcendentals. 411 1, 39 | The form signified by the word "person" is not essence 412 1, 39 | signified. Hence as this word "God" signifies the divine 413 1, 39 | truly have said that this word "God," from its mode ~of 414 1, 39 | for person, as does the ~word "man." So this word "God" 415 1, 39 | the ~word "man." So this word "God" sometimes stands for 416 1, 39 | against those who say that the word "God" ~does not naturally 417 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The word "God" stands for the person 418 1, 39 | from that in which this word "man" does; for since the 419 1, 39 | form signified by ~this word "man" - that is, humanity - 420 1, 39 | is Himself," ~because the word "Himself," as a reciprocal 421 1, 39 | se]," forasmuch ~as the word "se" is either in the ablative 422 1, 39 | a substantive, ~and the word "God" be construed in apposition 423 1, 39 | wrong, ~because since the word "Father" is construed in 424 1, 39 | apposition to "God," the ~word "God" is restricted to the 425 1, 39 | the same. For ~since this word "God" signifies the divine 426 1, 39 | can be ~predicated of this word, "God," as, for instance, 427 1, 39 | above explained (A[4]). The word ~"essence," however, in 428 1, 39 | Ghost." And because this word "God" can of itself stand 429 1, 39 | On the contrary, this ~word "God" can of itself be taken 430 1, 39 | by way of ~intellect, as Word. In another way by dissimilitude; 431 1, 39 | is My ~head," also this word "Who is"; because on the 432 1, 39 | property of the Son, as the Word, which is the ~light and 433 1, 39 | vi, 10): "As the perfect Word, not wanting in anything, 434 1, 39 | the heavenly Son, as the ~Word, for a word is nothing but 435 1, 39 | Son, as the ~Word, for a word is nothing but the concept 436 1, 39 | by" ~a hammer. Hence the word "by" is not always appropriated 437 1, 39 | adjunct, inasmuch as, in God's word ~to Moses, was prefigured 438 1, 39 | Son. Yet, forasmuch as the word "Who" is taken in a relative 439 1, 39 | grammatical sense, so far as ~the word "God" signifies and stands 440 1, 40 | be towards another, the word "another" signifies ~the 441 1, 41 | of the intellect, as the Word. ~But every word proceeds 442 1, 41 | as the Word. ~But every word proceeds by the will from 443 1, 41 | conception of the divine Word is natural.~Aquin.: SMT 444 1, 41 | the Son proceeds as the word, which is the concept of ~ 445 1, 41 | proceeding after the manner of word, which person is ~the Son; 446 1, 41 | term added. ~But if the word "generandi" [of being begotten] 447 1, 42 | with the Father; let the ~Word announce the impassibility 448 1, 42 | all the procession of the word ~from the intellect represents 449 1, 42 | exactly; the intellectual word not ~being posterior to 450 1, 42 | procession of the intelligible word is not outside the ~intellect, 451 1, 42 | remains in the utterer of the word. What also ~is uttered by 452 1, 42 | also ~is uttered by the word is therein contained. And 453 1, 42 | interior procession whereby the word emerges from the heart and 454 1, 43 | the Son proceeds as the word of ~the intellect, it seems 455 1, 43 | Whereas the Son is the Word, not any sort of word, but ~ 456 1, 43 | the Word, not any sort of word, but ~one Who breathes forth 457 1, 43 | De Trin. ix 10): "The ~Word we speak of is knowledge 458 1, 45 | OBJ 1: Augustine uses the word creation in an equivocal 459 1, 45 | negation implied when I say the word "nothing," or can be ~included 460 1, 45 | term of movement, ~as the word is being made in the mind 461 1, 45 | created things is being," ~the word "being" does not refer to 462 1, 45 | craftsman works through the word conceived in his mind, and 463 1, 45 | the creature through His Word, which is His Son; and through 464 1, 45 | the Son ~proceeds as the word of the intellect; and the 465 1, 45 | there is found in them the word conceived, and the ~love 466 1, 45 | species, it represents the Word as the form of the ~thing 467 1, 46 | priority of duration. But the ~word "prior" signifies priority 468 1, 46 | heaven there is nothing, ~the word "above" signifies only an 469 1, 46 | what we understand by the word creation, but that ~it was 470 1, 46 | them do not reject the ~word creation, as appears from 471 1, 46 | the Son; according to the word of the Apostle ~(Col. 1: 472 1, 47 | are made distinct by the word of God, ~which is the concept 473 1, 48 | copula, ~notified by this word "is"; and in this sense 474 1, 51 | figurative indication that the Word of God would take a human 475 1, 54 | hence ~it is that we use the word "sentence." Experience can 476 1, 55 | is fashioned, is in the Word of God before the ~creature 477 1, 55 | ideas of ~things are in the Word of God; or at least in the 478 1, 56 | pre-existed from eternity in the Word of God, came forth from 479 1, 56 | natural being. Now in the Word of God from ~eternity there 480 1, 56 | spiritual, were impressed by the Word of God; yet so that in every 481 1, 57 | knowledge whereby they see the Word, and things in the Word. 482 1, 57 | Word, and things in the Word. By ~such vision they know 483 1, 58 | in the eternity of the Word, they enjoy holy and devout ~ 484 1, 58 | to the knowledge of the Word, and of the things he beholds 485 1, 58 | things he beholds in the ~Word, he is never in this way 486 1, 58 | actually beholding the Word, and the things he sees 487 1, 58 | the things he sees in the Word. For the ~bliss of the angels 488 1, 58 | have of things through the ~Word, they know all things under 489 1, 58 | know creatures through the Word. Therefore the intellect 490 1, 58 | angels know things in ~the Word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 491 1, 58 | of things: to wit, in the Word; in their own natures; and 492 1, 58 | existence of things in the Word, and in their own nature, ~ 493 1, 58 | according as things exist in the Word. But their ~knowledge of 494 1, 58 | of things flows ~from the Word, as from a kind of primordial 495 1, 58 | have the firm prophetic word, whereunto you ~do well 496 1, 58 | with the ~vision of the Word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 497 1, 58 | anything as it is in the Word of God, and as it is in 498 1, 58 | of things existing in the Word. For by beholding the Word, ~ 499 1, 58 | Word. For by beholding the Word, ~they know not merely the 500 1, 58 | things as existing in the Word, but the ~being as possessed


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