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1 1, 1 | impious, according to the words "Give ~not that which is 2 1, 1 | signify His meaning, not by words only (as man also can do), 3 1, 1 | things are ~signified by words, this science has the property, 4 1, 1 | things ~signified by the words have themselves also a signification. 5 1, 1 | first signification whereby words signify things belongs to 6 1, 1 | whereby things ~signified by words have themselves also a signification 7 1, 1 | things signified by the words can be themselves types 8 1, 1 | in the literal, for by ~words things are signified properly 9 1, 3 | whereto," according to the words, "Come ye to Him and be ~ 10 1, 10 | preceding article. But ~words denoting present, past and 11 1, 10 | equal to eternity." In the words of Exodus, "The Lord ~shall 12 1, 10 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Words denoting different times 13 1, 10 | lost, according to the ~words "To extreme heat they will 14 1, 12 | premises immediately before the words ~cited, "He is universally 15 1, 12 | Chrysostom likewise after the words quoted says: "He says this 16 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The words, "In my flesh I shall see 17 1, 12 | will see God. Likewise the ~words, "Now my eye seeth Thee," 18 1, 12 | essence, according to the words: "This is eternal life, 19 1, 12 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: In the words,"We shall see Him as He 20 1, 12 | blessed, according to the words, "I held him, and I ~will 21 1, 12 | are to be understood ~the words quoted from the Apostle 22 1, 12 | said: "I have ~heard secret words which it is not granted 23 1, 12 | essence, as appears from the words: "We see ~now in a glass 24 1, 13 | Philosopher (Peri Herm. i), words ~are signs of ideas, and 25 1, 13 | things, it is evident ~that words relate to the meaning of 26 1, 13 | creatures: thus in the ~words, "God is good," we mean, 27 1, 13 | things; therefore if ~the words "God is good," signified 28 1, 13 | their signification ~as the words "being," "good," "living," 29 1, 13 | thing under one aspect; for words which signify different ~ 30 1, 13 | also essentially. For the ~words, "God is good," or "wise," 31 1, 13 | others, according to the words, "He hath given us great [ 32 1, 14 | however, would hold if these words "that which is known" ~implied 33 1, 16 | the architect's mind; and words are ~said to be true so 34 1, 16 | with complex or non-complex words. Truth ~therefore may be 35 1, 17 | Scriptures, according to the words of the text, "Why do you 36 1, 17 | delighting in false opinions or words, and not because he can 37 1, 17 | this sense Augustine's ~words must be understood, "that 38 1, 18 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words of the Philosopher may be 39 1, 18 | life, as is ~clear from the words of Jn. 18:3, "Now this is 40 1, 18 | to understand - in other words, to have a nature capable ~ 41 1, 18 | sense we must understand the words of the Apostle when he says, " 42 1, 19 | OBJ 1: Dionysius in these words does not intend to exclude ~ 43 1, 19 | object of the will. The words, therefore, ~"Because God 44 1, 19 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The words of the Apostle, "God will 45 1, 19 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words of the Lord are to be understood ~ 46 1, 19 | I also will repent," His words must be ~understood metaphorically. 47 1, 19 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: By the words of Augustine we must understand 48 1, 19 | thought was expressed in the words "that evil should be or 49 1, 19 | spoken of as many, as in the words of Ps. 110:2: ~"Great are 50 1, 19 | will ~of God, as in the words: "Thy will be done on earth, 51 1, 19 | of God is clear from the words of Mt. ~6:10: "Thy will 52 1, 19 | ways; thus we find many words that mean the ~same thing. 53 1, 20 | says, commenting on the words, "Simon, ~son of John, lovest 54 1, 20 | Gregory commenting on these ~words (Hom. 34 in Ev.) says that, " 55 1, 21 | not, our thoughts or our words about it are true or ~false. 56 1, 21 | says, if He should deny His words. ~Therefore mercy is not 57 1, 22 | in ~accordance with the words: "God made man from the 58 1, 23 | certain. Because on the words ~"Hold fast that which thou 59 1, 23 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words of Deuteronomy must be taken 60 1, 25 | Himself, and just. But ~these words "befitting" and "just" may 61 1, 27 | and moving it to life. The words of the Lord contradict such 62 1, 27 | the Son, according to the words, "I will ask My ~Father, 63 1, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words of Augustine do not imply 64 1, 29 | it necessary to find new words to ~express the ancient 65 1, 29 | avoid "profane ~novelties of words" (1 Tim. 6:20).~Aquin.: 66 1, 29 | refer to another, as do the words which express ~relation. ~ 67 1, 31 | is like other collective words; but in the second ~sense 68 1, 31 | a ~heresy arises from words wrongly used, when we speak 69 1, 31 | as he might ~explain the words, "To the King of ages, invisible, 70 1, 32 | their works, not in so ~many words, but enforced by many and 71 1, 32 | its own heat." By which words the ~generation of the Son 72 1, 32 | according to the Apostle's words, "We speak ~the wisdom of 73 1, 33 | OBJ 1: The Greeks use the words "cause" and "principle" ~ 74 1, 33 | Son, as is clear from the words of ~Rm. 8:29: "Whom He foreknew 75 1, 34 | mentions these three kinds of words (De Fide Orth. i, ~17), 76 1, 34 | hypostatic being; but other words [as our own] are activities 77 1, 34 | in ourselves different words for the different things 78 1, 35 | applied to the Son; as in the words, "Who is the ~Image of the 79 1, 36 | means the Father, as in the words of Is. 61:1: "The Spirit 80 1, 36 | the Holy ~Ghost, as in the words of Joel 2:28: "I will pour 81 1, 36 | that man, as appears in the words, "The Lord said to Moses, 82 1, 36 | Spirit, if taken as two words, is ~applicable to the whole 83 1, 36 | the Son, neither do those words of ~his express a denial 84 1, 36 | a substantive, as do the words "father" and "son" ~even 85 1, 36 | spiration. For adjectival words derive ~their number from 86 1, 37 | the intellect, however, words have been found to ~describe 87 1, 37 | to understand"; and other words are ~used to express the 88 1, 37 | with the exception of the words ~"dilection" and "love," 89 1, 37 | express these relations by the words "love" and "dilection": 90 1, 37 | other hand, so far as ~these words are used to express the 91 1, 38 | s love, according to the words, "God so loved the ~world, 92 1, 39 | in Holy Writ in so ~many words that the three persons are 93 1, 39 | however, we understand these words not to be in apposition, 94 1, 39 | Jerome says, "careless ~words involve risk of heresy" [* 95 1, 39 | in ~the Gift." In which words he designates three names 96 1, 39 | Ghost, according to the words, "strength ~[*Douay: virtue] 97 1, 39 | incorrectly said; for the words "in Him" seem to imply the 98 1, 41 | generation and nativity in other words ~are paternity and filiation" ( 99 1, 41 | follows as regards the words quoted, for thus we read: " 100 1, 41 | the real meaning of the words. ~For we can say that the 101 1, 41 | not mean to say by those words that the Son ~could beget 102 1, 42 | order of nature': in ~the words of Augustine (Contra Maxim. 103 1, 42 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words are to be understood of 104 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The words, "the Son cannot of Himself 105 1, 43 | to be observed in all the words ~that express the origin 106 1, 43 | Ghost; which is meant by the words, "the charity ~of God is 107 1, 43 | the Prophets." Thus the words, "the ~Spirit was not yet 108 1, 46 | heaven and earth": in which words the newness of ~the world 109 1, 46 | 1/1~I answer that, The words of Genesis, "In the beginning 110 1, 46 | and to exclude this the words "In the beginning" are ~ 111 1, 54 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As the words themselves show, the Philosopher 112 1, 55 | to ~his own nature, the words "according to" do not determine 113 1, 56 | of comprehension, as ~his words expressly state. In this 114 1, 61 | created heaven and earth," the words, "In the beginning," ~must 115 1, 63 | evident from our Lord's words: "Go ~[Vulg. 'Depart from 116 1, 65 | creation, as given in ~the words, "In the beginning God created 117 1, 65 | distinction as given in the words, "He divided the light from 118 1, 65 | proof of ~their error the words of the Apostle (2 Cor. 4: 119 1, 65 | creatures. But the Apostle's words, "The ~things which are 120 1, 65 | prefaces each work with the words, "God ~said, Let this thing 121 1, 66 | heaven is indicated by the words, ~"darkness was upon the 122 1, 66 | formlessness of the earth, by the words, "the earth was ~void and 123 1, 66 | Augustine holds that by the words ~"earth" and "water," in 124 1, 66 | This is signified by the ~words, "In the beginning God created 125 1, 66 | to be ~signified by the words, "Spirit of God," since 126 1, 66 | stated above; because by the words "Spirit of God" ~Scripture 127 1, 66 | above the waters, in the words: "Darkness ~was upon the 128 1, 67 | intellect, as in those words: "Blessed are the clean 129 1, 67 | body in act - in ~other words, to be fire, the noblest 130 1, 67 | this is signified by the words, "He called the light ~day, 131 1, 67 | the fourth day, in the words, "let them be for seasons, 132 1, 68 | days, as is clear from the words, "In the beginning ~God 133 1, 68 | say, therefore, that the words which speak of the firmament 134 1, 68 | God collectively, in the ~words, "In the beginning God created 135 1, 68 | heaven is spoken of in the words: "In the beginning God ~ 136 1, 68 | lit. ii, 5) that, "These words of ~Scripture have more 137 1, 68 | in Hexaem.) ~that these words do not mean that these waters 138 1, 68 | all bodies. Thus in the words, "Darkness was upon ~the 139 1, 68 | understanding it, he implies in the words: "Darkness ~was upon the 140 1, 68 | be understood from these words that over ~the face of the 141 1, 68 | contrasted with the earth, in the words, "In the beginning God created ~ 142 1, 68 | iv in Gen.), and that the words 'heavens of heavens' are ~ 143 1, 68 | as thus applied, in the words, "I ~will ascend into heaven"; 144 1, 68 | Dom. in Monte), in the words, ~"Your reward is very great 145 1, 69 | have been "made" in the ~words, "God said: Be light made," 146 1, 69 | its first creation by the ~words, "In the beginning God created 147 1, 69 | at first indicated by the words "earth" and "water." ~Not 148 1, 69 | the second place, by the words, "Let there be made a ~firmament," 149 1, 69 | origin only. ~Therefore the words, "Let the waters be gathered 150 1, 69 | by the equally suitable words, "Let ~the dry land appear."~ 151 1, 69 | water," to use Augustine's words, "glides ~and flows away, 152 1, 69 | seems to be implied by the words that follow, "The ~gathering 153 1, 69 | receives its form. But the words ~of Gn. 3:17, "Cursed is 154 1, 69 | Scripture indicates this in the words, ~"before it sprung up in 155 1, 70 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: In the words of Basil (Hom. v in Hexaem.), 156 1, 70 | explain in that sense the words (Eccles. 1:6), "The ~spirit 157 1, 70 | difference of things but of words.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 158 1, 71 | from seed. ~Therefore the words, "Let the waters bring forth 159 1, 71 | sufficiently described by the words, "Let the waters bring forth 160 1, 71 | they move; and hence the words in which their generation 161 1, 71 | characters like to theirs, ~the words, "Let the waters bring forth 162 1, 72 | living souls. Therefore the words, "Let the ~earth bring forth 163 1, 72 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: In the words of Augustine (Super. Gen. 164 1, 73 | contradistinction to His work; now the words "God created" or "made" ~ 165 1, 74 | for with each work are the words (God) "said . . . . and 166 1, 74 | Scripture uses suitable words to express the work of the 167 1, 74 | Scripture does not use suitable words to ~express the works of 168 1, 74 | omission, therefore, of these ~words in the work of creation 169 1, 74 | occupy place. Therefore the words, "The Spirit of God ~moved 170 1, 74 | again. Therefore ~to the words, "God said: Let the firmament 171 1, 74 | many parts. Therefore the words, "The evening and ~morning 172 1, 74 | as the beginning, ~by the words, "In the beginning God created," 173 1, 74 | iii in Hexaem.) that the words, "God said," signify a Divine 174 1, 74 | Ps. ~148:7,8) after the words, "Praise the Lord from the 175 1, 74 | something to ~correspond to the words, "God saw that it was good," 176 1, 74 | may form his work. And the words, "God saw that it was ~good," 177 1, 74 | made was good. And if the words, "God saw that it was good," 178 1, 74 | the third. Hence these words, that are said of the third 179 1, 74 | Scripture does not use these words of ~approval of the second 180 1, 74 | angelic mind, signified by the words, "It was . . . done"; ~thirdly, 181 1, 74 | their proper nature, by the words, "He made." And ~because 182 1, 74 | other writers, that the words, "He said," and "Let . . . 183 1, 74 | God's command, and the words, "It was done," the fulfilment 184 1, 74 | in each work, after the words, "It was ~done," some act 185 1, 74 | is expressed by some such words as, "He made," or, ~"He 186 1, 74 | of this is found in the words of Jacob, "The days of my ~ 187 1, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: The words "one day" are used when 188 1, 75 | 2: Aristotle wrote those words as expressing not his own ~ 189 1, 75 | potentiality to act. So after the words quoted above, ~the Philosopher 190 1, 75 | foolish, as ~expressed in the words of Wisdom 2. Therefore the 191 1, 77 | two ways. Firstly, ~the words "with the body or without 192 1, 37 | the intellect, however, words have been found to ~describe 193 1, 37 | to understand"; and other words are ~used to express the 194 1, 37 | with the exception of the words ~"dilection" and "love," 195 1, 37 | express these relations by the words "love" and "dilection": 196 1, 37 | other hand, so far as ~these words are used to express the 197 1, 38 | s love, according to the words, "God so loved the ~world, 198 1, 39 | in Holy Writ in so ~many words that the three persons are 199 1, 39 | however, we understand these words not to be in apposition, 200 1, 39 | Jerome says, "careless ~words involve risk of heresy" [* 201 1, 39 | in ~the Gift." In which words he designates three names 202 1, 39 | Ghost, according to the words, "strength ~[*Douay: virtue] 203 1, 39 | incorrectly said; for the words "in Him" seem to imply the 204 1, 41 | generation and nativity in other words ~are paternity and filiation" ( 205 1, 41 | follows as regards the words quoted, for thus we read: " 206 1, 41 | the real meaning of the words. ~For we can say that the 207 1, 41 | not mean to say by those words that the Son ~could beget 208 1, 42 | order of nature': in ~the words of Augustine (Contra Maxim. 209 1, 42 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words are to be understood of 210 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The words, "the Son cannot of Himself 211 1, 43 | to be observed in all the words ~that express the origin 212 1, 43 | Ghost; which is meant by the words, "the charity ~of God is 213 1, 43 | the Prophets." Thus the words, "the ~Spirit was not yet 214 1, 47 | heaven and earth": in which words the newness of the world 215 1, 47 | 1/1~I answer that, The words of Genesis, "In the beginning 216 1, 47 | and to exclude this the words "In the beginning" are ~ 217 1, 55 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As the words themselves show, the Philosopher 218 1, 56 | to ~his own nature, the words "according to" do not determine 219 1, 57 | of comprehension, as ~his words expressly state. In this 220 1, 62 | created heaven and earth," the words, "In the beginning," ~must 221 1, 64 | evident from our Lord's words: "Go ~[Vulg. 'Depart from 222 1, 66 | creation, as given in ~the words, "In the beginning God created 223 1, 66 | distinction as given in the words, "He divided the light from 224 1, 66 | proof of ~their error the words of the Apostle (2 Cor. 4: 225 1, 66 | creatures. But the Apostle's words, "The ~things which are 226 1, 66 | prefaces each work with the words, "God ~said, Let this thing 227 1, 67 | heaven is indicated by the words, ~"darkness was upon the 228 1, 67 | formlessness of the earth, by the words, "the earth was ~void and 229 1, 67 | Augustine holds that by the words ~"earth" and "water," in 230 1, 67 | This is signified by the ~words, "In the beginning God created 231 1, 67 | to be ~signified by the words, "Spirit of God," since 232 1, 67 | stated above; because by the words "Spirit of God" ~Scripture 233 1, 67 | above the waters, in the words: "Darkness ~was upon the 234 1, 68 | intellect, as in those words: "Blessed are the clean 235 1, 68 | body in act - in ~other words, to be fire, the noblest 236 1, 68 | this is signified by the words, "He called the light ~day, 237 1, 68 | the fourth day, in the words, "let them be for seasons, 238 1, 69 | days, as is clear from the words, "In the beginning ~God 239 1, 69 | say, therefore, that the words which speak of the firmament 240 1, 69 | God collectively, in the ~words, "In the beginning God created 241 1, 69 | heaven is spoken of in the words: "In the beginning God ~ 242 1, 69 | lit. ii, 5) that, "These words of Scripture have more authority 243 1, 69 | in Hexaem.) ~that these words do not mean that these waters 244 1, 69 | all bodies. Thus in the words, "Darkness was upon ~the 245 1, 69 | understanding it, he implies in the words: "Darkness ~was upon the 246 1, 69 | be understood from these words that over ~the face of the 247 1, 69 | contrasted with the earth, in the words, "In the beginning God created ~ 248 1, 69 | iv in Gen.), and that the words 'heavens of heavens' are ~ 249 1, 69 | as thus applied, in the words, "I ~will ascend into heaven"; 250 1, 69 | Dom. in Monte), in the words, ~"Your reward is very great 251 1, 70 | have been "made" in the ~words, "God said: Be light made," 252 1, 70 | its first creation by the ~words, "In the beginning God created 253 1, 70 | at first indicated by the words "earth" and "water." ~Not 254 1, 70 | the second place, by the words, "Let there be made a ~firmament," 255 1, 70 | origin only. ~Therefore the words, "Let the waters be gathered 256 1, 70 | by the equally suitable words, "Let ~the dry land appear."~ 257 1, 70 | water," to use Augustine's words, "glides ~and flows away, 258 1, 70 | seems to be implied by the words that follow, "The ~gathering 259 1, 70 | receives its form. But the words ~of Gn. 3:17, "Cursed is 260 1, 70 | Scripture indicates this in the words, ~"before it sprung up in 261 1, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: In the words of Basil (Hom. v in Hexaem.), 262 1, 71 | explain in that sense the words (Eccles. 1:6), "The ~spirit 263 1, 71 | difference of things but of words.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 264 1, 71 | from seed. ~Therefore the words, "Let the waters bring forth 265 1, 71 | sufficiently described by the words, "Let the waters bring forth 266 1, 71 | they move; and hence the words in which their generation 267 1, 71 | characters like to theirs, ~the words, "Let the waters bring forth 268 1, 71 | living souls. Therefore the words, "Let the ~earth bring forth 269 1, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: In the words of Augustine (Super. Gen. 270 1, 72 | contradistinction to His work; now the words "God created" or "made" ~ 271 1, 73 | for with each work are the words (God) "said . . . . and 272 1, 73 | Scripture uses suitable words to express the work of the 273 1, 73 | Scripture does not use suitable words to ~express the works of 274 1, 73 | omission, therefore, of these ~words in the work of creation 275 1, 73 | occupy place. Therefore the words, "The Spirit of God ~moved 276 1, 73 | again. Therefore ~to the words, "God said: Let the firmament 277 1, 73 | many parts. Therefore the words, "The evening and ~morning 278 1, 73 | as the beginning, ~by the words, "In the beginning God created," 279 1, 73 | iii in Hexaem.) that the words, "God said," signify a Divine 280 1, 73 | Ps. ~148:7,8) after the words, "Praise the Lord from the 281 1, 73 | something to ~correspond to the words, "God saw that it was good," 282 1, 73 | may form his work. And the words, "God saw that it was ~good," 283 1, 73 | made was good. And if the words, "God saw that it was good," 284 1, 73 | the third. Hence these words, that are said of the third 285 1, 73 | Scripture does not use these words of ~approval of the second 286 1, 73 | angelic mind, signified by the words, "It was . . . done"; ~thirdly, 287 1, 73 | their proper nature, by the words, "He made." And ~because 288 1, 73 | other writers, that the words, "He said," and "Let . . . 289 1, 73 | God's command, and the words, "It was done," the fulfilment 290 1, 73 | in each work, after the words, "It was ~done," some act 291 1, 73 | is expressed by some such words as, "He made," or, ~"He 292 1, 73 | of this is found in the words of Jacob, "The days of my ~ 293 1, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: The words "one day" are used when 294 1, 74 | 2: Aristotle wrote those words as expressing not his own ~ 295 1, 74 | potentiality to act. So after the words quoted above, the Philosopher 296 1, 74 | foolish, as ~expressed in the words of Wisdom 2. Therefore the 297 1, 76 | two ways. Firstly, ~the words "with the body or without 298 1, 78 | The Philosopher says those words not of the active ~intellect, 299 1, 78 | Or, if we refer those words ~to the active intellect, 300 1, 78 | eternal, according to the words of the ~Apostle (Rm. 1:20), " 301 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The words of Augustine are to be understood 302 1, 81 | we may understand the ~words quoted (De Spiritu et Anima); 303 1, 82 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Those words of the Apostle are not to 304 1, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words of Augustine are to be understood 305 1, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Those words of Augustine mean that we 306 1, 83 | senses. And Augustine's words may be taken in this sense.~ 307 1, 84 | says (1 Peri Herm. i) that "words are ~signs of the passions 308 1, 84 | passions in the soul." But words signify the things ~understood, 309 1, 84 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In these words "the thing actually understood" 310 1, 84 | understood. In like manner the words "abstract universal" imply 311 1, 84 | division or composition. Words do not therefore signify 312 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Words signify the conceptions 313 1, 84 | says (Peri Herm. i). But in words we find composition and ~ 314 1, 88 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher's words carefully examined will 315 1, 89 | De Civ. Dei vii, 6 [*The words as ~quoted are to be found 316 1, 89 | way of ~assertion; as his words prove. For he says (Gen. 317 1, 90 | to think. But by ~these words is signified the plurality 318 1, 90 | some have said that the words, "God made man," ~must be 319 1, 90 | and that ~the subsequent words, "and He breathed into his 320 1, 90 | is excluded by the ~very words of Scripture. For we read 321 1, 90 | made a ~living soul"; which words the Apostle (1 Cor. 15:45) 322 1, 90 | understand the soul, so that the words, "He breathed into his face 323 1, 92 | glory. Wherefore on the words, "The light of Thy countenance, 324 1, 92 | woman. Hence after ~the words, "To the image of God He 325 1, 92 | male nor female" [*these words are in ~reality from Gal. 326 1, 93 | accustomed to enjoy the words of God; and by purity of ~ 327 1, 93 | could not have ~believed the words of the serpent, had she 328 1, 94 | 1: The Apostle in these words means to show that there 329 1, 94 | Adam. From the Apostle's words, ~therefore, we cannot gather 330 1, 95 | Further, Jerome says [*The words quoted are not in St. Jerome' 331 1, 95 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: By those words Gregory means to exclude 332 1, 97 | what Augustine means by the words quoted, which do not exclude 333 1, 99 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words of Hugh are to be understood 334 1, 99 | says (Moral. iv) on the ~words of Job 3:13: "For now I 335 1, 99 | been condemned." From which words we gather that even if our 336 1, 99 | it, as appears from his words above quoted. For ~the necessity 337 1, 101 | ad lit. viii, 10), these words in ~Genesis may be understood 338 1, 102 | Lord, ~according to the words of the Apostle (1 Cor. 8: 339 1, 103 | is in matter - in ~other words, it may be the cause that " 340 1, 104 | Dionysius understand the words, "There is no contact with 341 1, 105 | Reply OBJ 2: The Master's words are not to be understood 342 1, 106 | definition of habit these words occur, "which anyone uses 343 1, 107 | hierarchy, according to the words, "He that is the lesser 344 1, 107 | Lord, according to the ~words, "Know ye that the Lord 345 1, 107 | princes," according to the words, "Princes went before ~joined 346 1, 107 | claim authority from the words ~of the Apostle, who (Eph. 347 1, 107 | This is clear from the words of the Apostle, "When He ~ 348 1, 108 | demons, ~according to the words: "What can be made clean 349 1, 110 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, on the words, "God hath manifested it 350 1, 111 | ministry; which contradicts the words, "Thousands of ~thousands 351 1, 111 | assist; because he takes the ~words (Dan. 7:10) "thousands of 352 1, 111 | assistants is finite as in the words added, ~"and ten thousand 353 1, 111 | ministers. In this way, the words ~"thousands of thousands" 354 1, 112 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: These words of Isaias may be understood 355 1, 112 | who wept on account of the words of ~Rabsaces, as related 356 1, 113 | sense we must take ~the words of Damascene and Dionysius.~ 357 1, 114 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: From the words of Augustine when speaking 358 1, 114 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These words of Damascene are to be understood 359 1, 114 | and to certain sounds and words, forms and figures," as ~ 360 1, 116 | to signify something by words or ~gestures. But it is 361 1, 116 | is clear from Our Lord's words (Mt. 11:11): ~"There hath 362 1, 116 | OBJ 2: Further, on these words (Gal. 3:1): "Who hath bewitched 363 1, 117 | the wicked with works and words have called it to them." ~ 364 1, 118 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: These words of Augustine are not to 365 2, 2 | the ~sense of Our Lord's words (Jn. 4:13): "Whosoever drinketh 366 2, 2 | of man, according to the words of Ps. ~102:5: "Who satisfieth 367 2, 4 | Dei xxii, 26) quotes the words of Porphyry who said ~that " 368 2, 7 | Philosopher (Peri Herm. i), ~"words are the signs of what we 369 2, 7 | opposition": and in like manner ~words that signify local movement 370 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The words of Hilary refer to use as 371 2, 19 | species of good; in other words, it must will the good for ~ 372 2, 19 | but as Thou ~wilt": which words He said, because "He wishes 373 2, 20 | consequences ~resulting from the words of a preacher. But such 374 2, 20 | result from the ~preacher's words, as an effect that flows 375 2, 22 | imagine good or evil: in other words, passion is a movement of ~ 376 2, 23 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, on the words of Mt. 13:33, "The kingdom 377 2, 24 | although it appears great in words, is nevertheless, in ~reality, 378 2, 25 | as we understand it, for "words are signs ~of thoughts," 379 2, 26 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted refer to intellectual 380 2, 26 | holy Scripture uses both words in reference to either ~ 381 2, 26 | answer that, We find four words referring in a way, to the 382 2, 28 | of hosts." Again on the words of Jn. 2:17: "The zeal of 383 2, 31 | 103): "How sweet are Thy words ~to my palate; more than 384 2, 31 | sight, according to the words of Tobias 5:12: ~"What manner 385 2, 32 | reconciled?" From ~these words we gather that man rejoices 386 2, 33 | sense we may understand the words of Ecclus. 24:29: "They 387 2, 33 | we may understand those words of Ecclus. 24:29: ~"They 388 2, 34 | to the doctrine of their words: ~since, in human actions 389 2, 34 | example moves more than words.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] A[ 390 2, 37 | may be gathered from the words of the Apostle (2 Cor. 2: 391 2, 38 | tears or groans or ~even by words, their sorrow is assuaged. 392 2, 38 | assuaged": and ~quotes the words from the hymn of Ambrose [* 393 2, 48 | breaks out ~into unbecoming words: hence it is written (Prov. 394 2, 48 | break out into unbecoming words. Therefore it does not cause ~ 395 2, 50 | Whence Maximus, ~after the words which we have quoted, says: " 396 2, 55 | of Augustine from whose words ~this definition is gathered, 397 2, 55 | evil, is expressed in the words "by which we live righteously": 398 2, 55 | sometimes unto evil, in the words, "of which no one makes 399 2, 55 | this is expressed in the words "which God works ~in us 400 2, 55 | This is the sense of the words, ~"which God works in us 401 2, 57 | while knowing the truth, his words are not in accord ~with 402 2, 59 | Dei ix, 4), was one of ~words rather than of opinions. 403 2, 59 | suddenly: because, in the words ~of Aulus Gellius [*Noct. 404 2, 59 | the Philosopher, after the words quoted, ~adds, "if virtues 405 2, 60 | being frank with him, in ~words and deeds: this belongs 406 2, 61 | Ambrose in explaining the words, "Blessed are the poor ~ 407 2, 63 | latter virtue inserts the words, "which God works ~in us 408 2, 63 | infused virtue contains the words, "which God works in us 409 2, 63 | virtue, to which these ~words cannot apply, is not of 410 2, 65 | general ~state, in other words, with regard to those things 411 2, 65 | Prosperi cvi.] on the ~words, "All that is not of faith 412 2, 65 | Reply OBJ 1: Virtue, in the words quoted, denotes imperfect 413 2, 68 | us": and he quotes the words of Is. 11:2,3: "And the 414 2, 68 | notion ~conveyed by the words themselves, there is no 415 2, 68 | upon him," etc.: from which words we are ~clearly given to 416 2, 68 | gifts, we must explain the words, "whereby we lead a good 417 2, 68 | that baptizeth"; on which words Gregory ~comments as follows ( 418 2, 68 | with deeds of mercy." These words taken literally refer only ~ 419 2, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the words quoted from the Apostle, 420 2, 69 | in the apostles. For no words can express that complete 421 2, 70 | observe the "mode" in all our ~words and deeds: as regards internal 422 2, 72 | against God's law." Now ~words, deeds, and desires differ 423 2, 72 | offenses and ~sins," which words a gloss explains, saying: "' 424 2, 72 | then ~he breaks out into words of abuse, and lastly he 425 2, 72 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sins of words and deed are both done openly, 426 2, 72 | gluttony, according to ~the words contained in the following 427 2, 73 | can be gathered from the words of Cicero the Stoics arrived 428 2, 74 | will not, that I do": which words Augustine ~explains (Contra 429 2, 74 | Augustine adds after a few words: "Man will be ~altogether 430 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The words of Ambrose may be understood 431 2, 76 | might also be said that the words quoted refer to an ordinance 432 2, 77 | Philosopher (Peri Herm. i), "words ~express the thoughts of 433 2, 77 | authority, according to the ~words of Lk. 12:47: "The servant 434 2, 77 | sometimes gives utterance to words of ~deep signification, 435 2, 77 | passion, ~may indeed say in words that he ought not to do 436 2, 77 | concupiscence"; on which words a ~gloss says that "the 437 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The words, "So that you do not the 438 2, 77 | we are to understand the words of Rm. 7:19: "The evil which 439 2, 79 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: As to the words of the Apostle, the solution 440 2, 83 | cause, according to the words of the Apostle (Rm. 5:12): " 441 2, 85 | to evil, according to the words of Gn. 8:21: "Man's ~senses 442 2, 87 | which is signified by the words ~"tribulation and anguish."~ 443 2, 87 | as shown by our Lord's words (Jn. 3:3): " Unless a man 444 2, 87 | strengthened with riches" (?)[*The words in ~brackets show the readings 445 2, 87 | wherefore in Exodus these words are added, "Of ~them that 446 2, 88 | Augustine in explaining the words of Jn. 3:36: "He that believeth 447 2, 90 | the will; according to the words of the Jurist (Lib. i, ~ 448 2, 91 | difference' refers to the Latin words 'timor' ~and 'amor' - 'fear' 449 2, 93 | Doth not the ear discern words, and the palate of him that ~ 450 2, 95 | and not easily amenable to words, it was necessary for such 451 2, 95 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: These words of the Jurist are to be 452 2, 95 | and ~time." The remaining words, "necessary, useful," etc. 453 2, 96 | explain his intention by ~words. But those who framed the 454 2, 96 | lawgiver otherwise ~than by the words of the law.~Aquin.: SMT 455 2, 96 | rather than of his very words. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 456 2, 96 | sufficiently to express in words ~all those things that are 457 2, 98 | the Lord spoke . . . these words," and further on: "I am 458 2, 98 | First indeed, because the words of God ~were committed to 459 2, 98 | sanctification, ~according to the words of Lev. 19:2: "Be ye holy, 460 2, 98 | Thou ~didst'] hear His words out of the midst of the 461 2, 98 | that abideth not in the ~words of this law, and fulfilleth 462 2, 99 | contained implicitly in the ~words, "Thou shalt love thy neighbor 463 2, 99 | all signs employed by men words hold the first place." ~ 464 2, 99 | written (Dt. 4:13,14): "Ten words . . . He wrote ~in two tables 465 2, 99 | are not only expressed in words, ~but also offered to the 466 2, 99 | similitudes expressed in words, as in the ~case of metaphorical 467 2, 99 | commanded . . . you." ~And these words are placed at the beginning 468 2, 99 | spiritual, as is clear ~from the words of the Apostle (Phil. 3: 469 2, 100 | commanded you to do, and the ten words that He wrote in two ~tablets 470 2, 100 | first commandment, in the words "Thou shalt not have strange 471 2, 100 | this is forbidden by the words, "Thou shalt not kill": 472 2, 100 | this is ~prohibited by the words, "Thou shalt not commit 473 2, 100 | thought is forbidden in the words, "Thou shalt ~not covet."~ 474 2, 100 | thing": the ~second, to words; wherefore it is said, " 475 2, 100 | written ~before, the ten words, which the Lord spoke to 476 2, 100 | interpretation, however, the words, "Thou shalt not take ~the 477 2, 100 | On the contrary, are the words of Is. 24:5, where some 478 2, 101 | transgression, according to the words of Peter (Acts 15:10): ~" 479 2, 101 | gifts, as appears from the ~words of the Apostle (Heb. 9:9): 480 2, 102 | of Christ; just as the ~words of the prophets regarded 481 2, 102 | literal sense, because the words are employed in order to ~ 482 2, 102 | thereof, ~according to the words of the Apostle (1 Cor. 10: 483 2, 102 | the Law) in intelligible words. The altar of ~incense signified 484 2, 102 | the uncleanness of empty words, for "the seed is ~the word 485 2, 102 | cleansed. This is shown by the words of Lev. 14:3, ~seqq., where 486 2, 102 | hearing against harmful words; and the thumb and toe of ~ 487 2, 102 | Lord thy God": from which words we may gather that ~these 488 2, 102 | defileth ~a man": which words are explained (Mt. 15:17) 489 2, 102 | interpretation to these words, and wrote the ~decalogue 490 2, 103 | says (Gal. 2) [*The first words of the ~quotation are from 491 2, 103 | by deeds as well as by words: and in either profession, 492 2, 103 | expressed in ~different words, by us and by them. For 493 2, 105 | the wise, and ~pervert the words of the just."~Aquin.: SMT 494 2, 105 | king, as is ~clear from His words to Samuel (1 Kgs. 8:7): " 495 2, 105 | Hence Samuel ~spoke these words to deter them from asking 496 2, 105 | and thou see that the words of the judges within thy 497 2, 105 | declares (Prov. 8:8): "All my words are ~just, there is nothing 498 2, 105 | This is shown by the very words of ~the Law, where we read: " 499 2, 106 | put before man either in words or in writing.~Aquin.: SMT 500 2, 106 | And in this sense ~the words that follow - "and then


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