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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | some which proceed from a ~principle known by the natural light 2 1, 1 | the light of some higher principle, he is said to be wise in ~ 3 1, 1 | who considers the highest principle in that order: thus in ~ 4 1, 2 | things can be reduced to one ~principle which is nature; and all 5 1, 2 | things can be reduced to one ~principle which is human reason, or 6 1, 2 | and self-necessary first principle, as was shown in the body 7 1, 3 | Further, matter is the principle of individualization. But 8 1, 3 | reducible to it as its ~principle, is clear from this, that 9 1, 3 | clear from this, that a principle reducible to any genus ~ 10 1, 3 | genus; as, a point is the principle of ~continuous quantity 11 1, 3 | quantity. But God ~is the principle of all being. Therefore 12 1, 3 | contained in any genus ~as its principle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[5] 13 1, 3 | every genus there is a first principle. But there are ~many "genera" 14 1, 3 | said that God is the formal principle of all things; and this 15 1, 3 | as a formal or a material principle. ~First, because God is 16 1, 4 | most perfect" of the first principle. The reason was that the ~ 17 1, 4 | considered only a material principle; and a material ~principle 18 1, 4 | principle; and a material ~principle is most imperfect. For since 19 1, 4 | potential, the first material principle must be simply potential, 20 1, 4 | imperfect. Now God is the first principle, not material, but in ~the 21 1, 4 | Hence, the first active principle must needs be most ~actual, 22 1, 4 | Reply OBJ 2: The material principle which with us is found to 23 1, 4 | For seed, though it be the principle of animal life reproduced ~ 24 1, 4 | existence is considered a formal principle, ~and as something received; 25 1, 4 | the first and universal ~principle of all being.~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 4 | every "genus," and as the ~principle of all "genera."~Aquin.: 27 1, 5 | goodness which is the basic ~principle of its perfection.~Aquin.: 28 1, 6 | outside genus, and is the principle of every genus; ~and thus 29 1, 6 | exemplary effective and final principle of all goodness. ~Nevertheless, 30 1, 7 | infinitude to the ~first principle, as is said (Phys. iii), 31 1, 7 | infinitely from the first principle. ~But because some erred 32 1, 7 | the nature of the first principle, as a ~consequence they 33 1, 7 | that matter was the first principle; consequently they ~attributed 34 1, 7 | attributed to the first principle a material infinity to the 35 1, 7 | infinite body was the first principle of things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 36 1, 7 | from God as from its first principle. ~Therefore besides God 37 1, 8 | God by His power is the principle of all things, so ~He is 38 1, 8 | the power of a ~contrary principle. Therefore against these 39 1, 8 | things. But ~power is the principle of acting on another; hence 40 1, 9 | decided that the first ~principle was immovable.~Aquin.: SMT 41 1, 9 | first effective and formal principle; as also ~works of art proceed 42 1, 10 | unity of eternity as the ~principle of all duration is the cause 43 1, 10 | view, in the light of their principle, but are ~many in the light 44 1, 10 | the ~influx of the first principle. On the other hand others 45 1, 10 | things which are one in principle, ~or in subject, especially 46 1, 11 | determinate genus, for it is the principle of ~number, which is a species 47 1, 11 | as the "one" which is the principle of number, were divided 48 1, 11 | to the "one" which is the principle of number. And because number ~ 49 1, 11 | that "one" ~which is the principle of number, added a reality 50 1, 11 | the ~"one" which is the principle of number, does add a reality 51 1, 11 | undivided in ~idea or in principle or cause, it will be "many" 52 1, 11 | in species or "one" ~in principle. Hence in that way, being 53 1, 11 | processions, are one in principle."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 54 1, 11 | The ~"one" which is the principle of number is opposed to " 55 1, 11 | Further, "One," as the principle of number, cannot be predicated ~ 56 1, 11 | they asserted ~an infinite principle, asserted likewise that 57 1, 11 | there was only one such ~principle. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 58 1, 11 | OBJ 2: "One" which is the principle of number is not predicated 59 1, 11 | material things. For "one" the principle of number ~belongs to the " 60 1, 11 | point and unity which is the principle of number, are not ~supremely 61 1, 12 | found in that which is the principle of its being; since a thing 62 1, 12 | far as it attains to its principle. Further the same opinion ~ 63 1, 12 | is not there. But if ~the principle of the visual power and 64 1, 12 | soon as one demonstrative principle ~is put before him can gather 65 1, 12 | seen, Who is the ~fount and principle of all being and of all 66 1, 13 | from creatures as their principle, and also by way ~of excellence 67 1, 13 | genus, but as the excelling ~principle of whose form the effects 68 1, 13 | Him"; but to signify the ~principle itself of things, in so 69 1, 13 | there corresponds one simple principle represented by different ~ 70 1, 13 | corresponds ~one altogether simple principle, according to these conceptions, ~ 71 1, 13 | a creature to God as its principle and ~cause, wherein all 72 1, 13 | existing above all ~things, the principle of all things and removed 73 1, 13 | God to be the universal principle of all things. Therefore ~ 74 1, 14 | of ~the power of God, the principle of the divine operation 75 1, 14 | intelligible form is the principle of the intellectual ~operation: 76 1, 14 | by the form which is its ~principle of operation; as heating 77 1, 14 | through knowing Himself as the principle of being, ~knows the nature 78 1, 14 | caused by the one universal principle, not as ~regards that which 79 1, 14 | regards that which is the principle of distinction, but only 80 1, 14 | multitude cannot be known in its principle by proper ~knowledge, but 81 1, 14 | the intellect must be the ~principle of action; as heat is the 82 1, 14 | of action; as heat is the principle of heating. Nevertheless, ~ 83 1, 14 | gives existence, denotes a principle of action according only 84 1, 14 | form ~does not denote a principle of action in so far as it 85 1, 14 | seem to be in God; for the principle of singularity is ~matter, 86 1, 14 | things, or as their active principle, His essence must be the ~ 87 1, 14 | essence must be the ~sufficing principle of knowing all things made 88 1, 14 | but of itself, being the principle ~of all the principles which 89 1, 14 | of the form which is the principle ~of knowledge. For the sensible 90 1, 15 | is considered to be the principle of knowledge ~and action. 91 1, 15 | essence is a sufficient principle of knowing ~and effecting 92 1, 15 | the form, ~or to be the principle of the knowledge of that 93 1, 15 | essence is the operative principle of all things, except of ~ 94 1, 15 | Further, as the idea is the principle of knowing and operating, ~ 95 1, 15 | far as the idea is the ~principle of the making of things, 96 1, 15 | knowledge. But so far as it is a principle of ~knowledge, it is properly 97 1, 15 | period of time; whereas as a principle of knowledge it ~has respect 98 1, 16 | to the intellect as their principle. Consequently ~there are 99 1, 16 | without any unlikeness to a principle": also Anselm's definition ~( 100 1, 16 | is in accordance with the principle; also Avicenna's ~definition ( 101 1, 16 | is ~a "likeness to the principle." But in God there is no 102 1, 16 | there is no likeness to a ~principle. Therefore in God there 103 1, 16 | its conformity ~with its principle, that is to say, to the 104 1, 16 | their conformity with ~their principle, namely, the divine intellect. 105 1, 16 | appropriated to the Son, Who has a principle. But if we speak of divine ~ 106 1, 16 | called a "likeness to the principle," inasmuch as His existence 107 1, 18 | as they in themselves ~a principle of movement of growth and 108 1, 18 | have in themselves some principle of local movement, it seems 109 1, 18 | must needs suppose some ~principle of life. Hence it is said 110 1, 18 | the soul is the cause and principle of the living body." But 111 1, 18 | living body." But God ~has no principle. Therefore life cannot be 112 1, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the principle of life in the living things 113 1, 18 | regards to the form, ~the principle of movement, which form 114 1, 18 | are animals, in which the principle of movement is not a naturally ~ 115 1, 18 | sense the form ~that is the principle of their movement, nevertheless 116 1, 18 | so lives that He has not principle of ~life.~Aquin.: SMT FP 117 1, 18 | so far as life implies a principle ~of operation.~ 118 1, 19 | necessary being, and the principle of all necessity, as ~above 119 1, 19 | it denotes the ~immediate principle of operation. But in God 120 1, 20 | love as to their ~first principle. Hence, in whomsoever there 121 1, 20 | animal. iii, 4), is the first principle of ~movement in animals. 122 1, 21 | essence of a ~thing may be the principle of action. But good does 123 1, 23 | as of ourselves." Now no principle of action can be imagined ~ 124 1, 23 | as from its first moving principle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 125 1, 25 | 3: Further, Power is the principle of operation. But the divine ~ 126 1, 25 | essence of God there is no principle. Therefore there is no power 127 1, 25 | things. But the cause and principle ~of a thing are identical. 128 1, 25 | is perfect, is the active principle of something: whereas everything 129 1, 25 | belongs to Him to be an active principle, and in no way ~whatsoever 130 1, 25 | hand, the notion of active ~principle is consistent with active 131 1, 25 | For active power is the ~principle of acting upon something 132 1, 25 | whereas passive power is the ~principle of being acted upon by something 133 1, 25 | creatures, power is the principle not only of action, ~but 134 1, 25 | inasmuch as it is the principle of an effect; not, however, 135 1, 25 | not, however, as it is a ~principle of action, for this is the 136 1, 25 | God in so far as it is the principle of an ~effect.~Aquin.: SMT 137 1, 25 | power implies a notion of a principle putting into execution ~ 138 1, 25 | according as it is the effective principle, has the notion of power ~ 139 1, 27 | the nature ~of the first principle. But God is the first principle, 140 1, 27 | principle. But God is the first principle, as shown above ~(Q[2], 141 1, 27 | OBJ 3: To proceed from a principle, so as to be something outside ~ 142 1, 27 | and distinct from that principle, is irreconcilable with 143 1, 27 | with the idea of a ~first principle; whereas an intimate and 144 1, 27 | included in the idea of a first principle. For when ~we call the builder 145 1, 27 | we call the builder the principle of the house, in the idea 146 1, 27 | in the idea of such a ~principle is included that of his 147 1, 27 | in the ~idea of the first principle were the builder the first 148 1, 27 | were the builder the first principle of the ~house. God, Who 149 1, 27 | house. God, Who is the first principle of all things, may be compared 150 1, 27 | from a conjoined living ~principle; and this is properly called 151 1, 27 | operation: - from a conjoined principle (as above described): - 152 1, 27 | intelligibly proceeding and the principle of the Word, with whatever ~ 153 1, 27 | order of the Word to the principle whence He ~proceeds, although 154 1, 27 | because likeness is the principle of loving. Thus it does 155 1, 27 | the one begotten is the principle of love.~Aquin.: SMT FP 156 1, 27 | creatures generation is the only principle of communication of nature, ~ 157 1, 27 | seems to be the greatest principle of ~procession, since goodness 158 1, 27 | Reply OBJ 1: Power is the principle whereby one thing acts on 159 1, 28 | paternity is the relation of a ~principle. But to say that God is 160 1, 28 | But to say that God is the principle of creatures does not ~import 161 1, 28 | something proceeds from a ~principle of the same nature, then 162 1, 28 | person proceeding from the principle; the other is the relation 163 1, 28 | is the relation of ~the principle Himself. The procession 164 1, 28 | Now ~the relation of the principle of generation in perfect 165 1, 28 | one proceeding from the ~principle is called filiation. But 166 1, 28 | own. The relation of the principle of this ~procession is called 167 1, 29 | Further, "Nature is the principle of motion and rest, in those ~ 168 1, 29 | comes from an ~intrinsic principle, this term is extended to 169 1, 29 | to signify the intrinsic ~principle of any kind of movement. 170 1, 29 | And since this kind of principle is either formal or ~material, 171 1, 29 | because the matter is the principle of substanding, and form 172 1, 29 | substanding, and form is the ~principle of subsisting.~Aquin.: SMT 173 1, 29 | individual substance, since the principle ~of individuation is matter; 174 1, 30 | belongs to the Father, as the principle of its ~communication to 175 1, 30 | joined with the relation of principle of ~another divine person; 176 1, 30 | does "one" which is the principle of that number. ~Therefore 177 1, 32 | necessity belongs to Him as the principle of things, and we ~have 178 1, 32 | have cited this fundamental principle in treating of God as above ( 179 1, 32 | sufficient proof of some ~principle, as in natural science, 180 1, 32 | a sufficient proof ~of a principle, but as confirming an already 181 1, 32 | confirming an already established principle, by ~showing the congruity 182 1, 32 | the Holy Ghost. But the principle on which ~a notion is based 183 1, 33 | Whether the Father is the Principle?~(2) Whether the person 184 1, 33 | to the Father to be the principle?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 185 1, 33 | Father cannot be called the principle of ~the Son, or of the Holy 186 1, 33 | or of the Holy Ghost. For principle and cause are the same, ~ 187 1, 33 | not say that He is the ~principle of the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 188 1, 33 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a principle is so called in relation 189 1, 33 | So if the Father is the principle of the Son, it follows that ~ 190 1, 33 | OBJ 3: Further, the word principle is taken from priority. 191 1, 33 | ought not to used the term principle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 192 1, 33 | 20), "The Father is the ~Principle of the whole Deity."~Aquin.: 193 1, 33 | I answer that, The word "principle" signifies only that whence 194 1, 33 | proceeds in any way we call a ~principle; and conversely. As the 195 1, 33 | follows that the Father is a principle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 196 1, 33 | use the words "cause" and "principle" ~indifferently, when speaking 197 1, 33 | word "cause," but only "principle." The reason is because " 198 1, 33 | The reason is because "principle" ~is a wider term than " 199 1, 33 | first part, is called the ~principle, but not the cause. Now 200 1, 33 | not implied in the word ~"principle." For in all kinds of causes 201 1, 33 | whereas we use the term "principle" even in things which have 202 1, 33 | say ~that a point is the principle of a line; or also when 203 1, 33 | first part of a line is the principle of a line.~Aquin.: SMT FP 204 1, 33 | reason of His being the principle, still we do not attribute ~ 205 1, 33 | OBJ 3: Although this word principle, as regards its derivation, ~ 206 1, 33 | called father. ~Therefore the principle of the Word in God is not 207 1, 33 | metaphorically called Son, and His principle is called Father.~Aquin.: 208 1, 33 | in ~God proceeds as the principle of the production of creatures. 209 1, 33 | Further, as the Father is the principle of the person begotten, ~ 210 1, 33 | a first and a secondary ~principle, so also in the divine Persons, 211 1, 33 | or ~after, is formed the principle not from a principle, Who 212 1, 33 | the principle not from a principle, Who is the Father; ~and 213 1, 33 | is the Father; ~and the principle from a principle, Who is 214 1, 33 | and the principle from a principle, Who is the Son.~Aquin.: 215 1, 33 | in things created a first principle is known in two ways; in 216 1, 33 | in one way ~as the first "principle," by reason of its having 217 1, 33 | inasmuch as it is a "first" ~principle by reason of its not being 218 1, 33 | from Himself. But as the principle, not from a ~principle He 219 1, 33 | the principle, not from a ~principle He is known by the fact 220 1, 33 | one, and that He is the principle of others; or ~that it imports 221 1, 33 | signify in God nothing but the principle of origin. We must ~therefore 222 1, 33 | to a divine person as the principle of another person; so that 223 1, 33 | negation in the genus of principle taken personally ~in God. 224 1, 33 | nature there must be some one principle which is not from another, ~ 225 1, 33 | begotten, although He is the principle of generation, it follows, 226 1, 33 | the Holy Ghost is not the principle of generation, but ~proceeds 227 1, 34 | distinguished from the ~principle of the Word only by relation.~ 228 1, 35 | but also in the notion of principle: whereas the Holy ~Ghost 229 1, 35 | Father and the Son are one ~principle of the Holy Ghost, as we 230 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 231 1, 36 | is ~of something from a principle, in regard to that principle: 232 1, 36 | principle, in regard to that principle: but in the ~name "Father" 233 1, 36 | understand the relation of principle; and likewise in ~the name 234 1, 36 | creature does it belong to be a principle as regards a divine person; 235 1, 36 | to be understood as of a "principle," ~and of what is "from 236 1, 36 | and of what is "from the principle." Therefore we must conclude 237 1, 36 | because as regards being ~the principle of the Holy Ghost, the Father 238 1, 36 | covered by it, some cause or ~principle of that act. But since action 239 1, 36 | Ghost is co-eternal with His principle. Hence, the ~Son was not 240 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 241 1, 36 | and the Son are not one principle ~of the Holy Ghost. For 242 1, 36 | and the Son are not one principle of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 243 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one ~principle of the Holy Ghost," we do 244 1, 36 | Father and the Son being one principle of the Holy Ghost, ~similarly, 245 1, 36 | and the Son are not one principle of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 246 1, 36 | and the Father are not one principle as regards ~any other divine 247 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle of the Holy ~Ghost, this 248 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 249 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle of the Holy ~Ghost, it seems 250 1, 36 | conversely, that the one principle of ~the Holy Ghost is the 251 1, 36 | be false; for ~this word "principle" stands either for the person 252 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle ~of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 253 1, 36 | and ~the Son are the one principle of the Holy Ghost, it follows 254 1, 36 | that they are ~the same principle; which is denied by many. 255 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 256 1, 36 | because they are the one principle of the creature. But the 257 1, 36 | and the Son are not one principle of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 258 1, 36 | two principles, but one principle of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 259 1, 36 | opposition between them as the principle of the Holy ~Ghost it follows 260 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 261 1, 36 | Father ~and the Son are one principle of the Holy Ghost," because, 262 1, 36 | declare, ~since the word "principle" in the singular number 263 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one principle of the ~Holy Ghost unless 264 1, 36 | should ~be: They are one principle - that is, in one and the 265 1, 36 | that, although this word "principle" signifies a property, it 266 1, 36 | word "God"; so they are one principle of the Holy Ghost by reason 267 1, 36 | signified in this word "principle."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 268 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one ~principle of the Holy Ghost," one 269 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one ~principle which is the Father," or, " 270 1, 36 | is the Father," or, "one principle which is not the ~Father," 271 1, 36 | Father and the Son are ~one principle, this word "principle" has 272 1, 36 | one principle, this word "principle" has not determinate supposition 273 1, 36 | is also true: - The one principle of the ~Holy Ghost is the 274 1, 36 | the Son; because the word "principle" does ~not stand for one 275 1, 36 | and the ~Son are the same principle, because the word "principle" 276 1, 36 | principle, because the word "principle" stands ~confusedly and 277 1, 36 | Father and the Son are one ~principle of the Holy Ghost, there 278 1, 37 | importing the ~relation of the principle of the Word to the Word 279 1, 37 | fact that he loves - to the principle of that impression, or " 280 1, 37 | express the relation to its principle, of what ~proceeds by way 281 1, 37 | is reflected back on the principle of the act; since it ~cannot 282 1, 37 | that the Holy Ghost is the principle of love to the Father and 283 1, 37 | determined effect, ~the principle of the action may be denominated 284 1, 37 | then in that case, the principle of the ~action cannot be 285 1, 37 | truth and goodness are a principle of understanding and loving ~ 286 1, 38 | be the similitude of its ~principle, although the Holy Ghost 287 1, 39 | nature" designates the principle of action while ~"essence" 288 1, 39 | matter, ~nor its own active principle. Yet a thing may be its 289 1, 39 | 20): "The Father is the ~principle of the whole Godhead." But 290 1, 39 | whole Godhead." But He is principle only by begetting or ~spirating. 291 1, 39 | say, ~"the Father is the principle of the whole Godhead," the 292 1, 39 | together, inasmuch as it is the principle in ~all the divine persons. 293 1, 39 | follow that He is His own principle; ~as one of the people may 294 1, 39 | also say that He is the principle of the whole ~Godhead; not 295 1, 39 | existence; "species," the principle of ~existence; and 'use' 296 1, 39 | the Father, Who is "the principle from ~no principle."~Aquin.: 297 1, 39 | the principle from ~no principle."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 298 1, 39 | supreme ~similitude of the principle without any dissimilitude." 299 1, 39 | belongs to the Son, Who has a principle. Also the "book of ~life" 300 1, 39 | meaning a "being" ~without a principle, has a likeness to the property 301 1, 39 | of the Father, Who is ~"a principle without a principle." Species 302 1, 39 | a principle without a principle." Species or beauty has 303 1, 39 | presupposed since He is the "principle without principle." "Equality" ~ 304 1, 39 | is the "principle without principle." "Equality" ~implies unity 305 1, 39 | to the Son, Who is the ~"principle from a principle." "Union" 306 1, 39 | is the ~"principle from a principle." "Union" implies the unity 307 1, 39 | as if the ~Son were the principle of equality in the Father, 308 1, 39 | power" has the nature of a principle, ~and so it has a likeness 309 1, 39 | heavenly Father, Who is the principle of ~the whole Godhead. But 310 1, 39 | instrument, ~but as "the principle from a principle." Sometimes 311 1, 39 | as "the principle from a principle." Sometimes it designates 312 1, 39 | the Father, Who is "the principle without a principle": ~because 313 1, 39 | the principle without a principle": ~because the divine persons, 314 1, 39 | of Whom the Father is the principle, do not ~proceed from Him 315 1, 40 | distinction cannot be the first ~principle of distinction. But relation 316 1, 40 | Therefore the first distinctive principle in God cannot be ~relation.~ 317 1, 40 | necessary to seek out the principle of distinction. ~So, as 318 1, 40 | we must seek to ~know the principle of distinction whereby they 319 1, 41 | proceeds from some cause ~or principle to what is from that principle. 320 1, 41 | principle to what is from that principle. Consequently, since in 321 1, 41 | only the habitude of the principle to the person who is from 322 1, 41 | person who is from the ~principle; which habitudes are the 323 1, 41 | imports the habitude of a principle as it is said that the ~ 324 1, 41 | will, as the will is the principle of his work; and ~thus in 325 1, 41 | understanding. So the ~will is the principle of those things which may 326 1, 41 | be only in one way, the principle is ~nature. What, however, 327 1, 41 | taking will in the sense of principle. ~But we, on the contrary, 328 1, 41 | however, as if love ~were the principle of the Son's generation.~ 329 1, 41 | anything is generated is the principle ~regarding what is generated. 330 1, 41 | nature of the ~Father is the principle of the Son. But it is not 331 1, 41 | But it is not a material principle, ~because in God nothing 332 1, 41 | as it were, ~an active principle, as the begetter is the 333 1, 41 | as the begetter is the principle of the one ~begotten. Thus 334 1, 41 | consubstantial generating principle, but ~not a material principle. 335 1, 41 | principle, but ~not a material principle. For that which is produced 336 1, 41 | habitude of a kind of active principle, and as he expounds, ~"the 337 1, 41 | this is its consubstantial principle, no ~matter in what way 338 1, 41 | whether it be an active principle, as the ~son is said to 339 1, 41 | the father, or a material principle, as a knife is ~"of" iron; 340 1, 41 | of" iron; or a formal principle, but in those things only 341 1, 41 | since power only means the principle ~of act. So, as we understand 342 1, 41 | understand the Father to be principle of generation; ~and the 343 1, 41 | Father and the Son to be the principle of spiration, we must ~attribute 344 1, 41 | OBJ 3: Power signifies a principle: and a principle implies ~ 345 1, 41 | signifies a principle: and a principle implies ~distinction from 346 1, 41 | that of which it is the principle. Now we must observe a ~ 347 1, 41 | things of which He is the principle by ~creation: just as one 348 1, 41 | the other of which He is ~principle by a notional act. But in 349 1, 41 | in its proper sense of ~principle. And as we ascribe to God 350 1, 41 | very ~essence which has no principle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 351 1, 41 | For power signifies a ~principle, as appears from its definition: 352 1, 41 | for active power is the ~principle of action, as we find in 353 1, 41 | v, text 17. But in God ~principle in regard to Person is said 354 1, 41 | the relation itself of a principle, ~for thus it would be in 355 1, 41 | signifies that ~which is a principle; not, indeed, in the sense 356 1, 41 | which we call the ~agent a principle, but in the sense of being 357 1, 41 | the divine essence "is the principle by which the Begetter begets," ~ 358 1, 42 | proceeding is co-eternal with His principle, as the ~Son with the Father?~ 359 1, 42 | not co-eternal with ~His principle, as the Son with the Father. 360 1, 42 | comes from another has a principle. But ~nothing eternal has 361 1, 42 | But ~nothing eternal has a principle. Therefore the Son is not 362 1, 42 | thing which proceeds from a ~principle to be posterior to its principle 363 1, 42 | principle to be posterior to its principle may be due to two reasons: 364 1, 42 | anything derived ~from a principle cannot exist simultaneously 365 1, 42 | simultaneously with its principle when the ~action is successive. 366 1, 42 | 2: Eternity excludes the principle of duration, but not the ~ 367 1, 42 | of duration, but not the ~principle of origin.~Aquin.: SMT FP 368 1, 42 | always has reference to some principle. Wherefore ~since there 369 1, 42 | there are many kinds of principle - namely, according to site, 370 1, 42 | according to intellect, as the principle of demonstration; and ~according 371 1, 42 | many kinds of order. ~Now principle, according to origin, without 372 1, 42 | what is derived from a ~principle is co-equal in duration 373 1, 42 | co-equal in duration with its principle, the principle still ~comes 374 1, 42 | with its principle, the principle still ~comes first in the 375 1, 42 | formally considered as ~principle. If, however, we consider 376 1, 42 | cause and effect, or ~of the principle and the thing proceeding 377 1, 42 | way implies the idea of a principle, ~but essence does not; 378 1, 42 | owing to a defect in the principle of generation it ~should 379 1, 42 | exists in its originating principle, except that ~the unity 380 1, 42 | unity of essence between the principle and that which proceeds ~ 381 1, 43 | procession from the sender as principle, by command or counsel; 382 1, 43 | express only ~relation to the principle, as "procession" and "going 383 1, 43 | with the relation to the ~principle. Of these some express the 384 1, 43 | with the relation to ~the principle, as "mission" and "giving." 385 1, 43 | only procession from the principle, ~but also determines the 386 1, 43 | a divine ~person to His principle must be eternal. Hence the 387 1, 43 | double relation to the principle, but a double term, temporal 388 1, 43 | sanctification; to the Son as the principle of the Holy ~Ghost, it belongs 389 1, 43 | sender be designated as the ~principle of the person sent, in this 390 1, 43 | that person only Who is the principle of that person who is sent; 391 1, 43 | sending is understood as the ~principle of the effect implied in 392 1, 44 | the first cause; ~(3) the principle of the duration of things.~ 393 1, 44 | independent ~coordinate principle with Him?~(3) Whether God 394 1, 44 | But as the first active principle is God, so the first passive 395 1, 44 | God, so the first passive principle ~is matter. Therefore God 396 1, 44 | emanation from the universal principle of being; from which emanation ~ 397 1, 44 | that ~the first passive principle should be the effect of 398 1, 44 | effect of the first active ~principle, since every imperfect thing 399 1, 44 | perfect. For the ~first principle must be most perfect, as 400 1, 44 | divine wisdom as its first ~principle, for divine wisdom devised 401 1, 44 | follows ~that the first principle of all things is one in 402 1, 45 | OF THINGS FROM THE FIRST PRINCIPLE (EIGHT ARTICLES)~The next 403 1, 45 | of things from the ~First Principle, and this is called creation, 404 1, 45 | universal ~being from the first principle be considered, it is impossible 405 1, 45 | emanation from the universal principle of ~things.~Aquin.: SMT 406 1, 45 | to the ~Creator as to the principle of its being; even as in 407 1, 45 | implied a relation to the principle of motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP 408 1, 45 | perfect similitude of its principle; whereas ~the creature proceeds 409 1, 45 | agent produces its like, the principle of ~action can be considered 410 1, 45 | a mediate cause, ~or "a principle from a principle." But to 411 1, 45 | or "a principle from a principle." But to the Holy Ghost, 412 1, 45 | represents the cause and principle; and so in that manner it 413 1, 45 | the Father, Who is the "principle from no principle." According ~ 414 1, 45 | is the "principle from no principle." According ~as it has a 415 1, 46 | of the form, which is the principle of action. But in agents ~ 416 1, 46 | the ~form, which is the principle of action. Therefore from 417 1, 46 | intellect works from some ~principle, as appears in all kinds 418 1, 46 | therefore His work has a principle. The world, therefore, ~ 419 1, 46 | the world ~itself. For the principle of demonstration is the 420 1, 46 | every agent must be the principle of action. But ~if the action 421 1, 46 | For as the ~efficient principle is appropriated to the Father 422 1, 46 | power, so ~the exemplar principle is appropriated to the Son 423 1, 49 | reason of ~the defect of some principle of action, either of the 424 1, 49 | implies the defect of some principle, as was said above, or by 425 1, 49 | Therefore there cannot be any ~principle opposed to it as the cause 426 1, 49 | that there is no one first ~principle of evil, as there is one 427 1, 49 | evil, as there is one first principle of good.~Aquin.: SMT FP 428 1, 49 | indeed, because the first principle of good is essentially good, ~ 429 1, 49 | Secondly, because the first principle of good is the highest and 430 1, 49 | against the idea of a first principle; both because every evil 431 1, 49 | there ~exists one first principle of being, as was shown above ( 432 1, 50 | necessary for matter to be the principle of ~distinction of one from 433 1, 50 | therefrom that there is any principle of ~corruption in the angels; 434 1, 50 | also because it has some principle of corruption within ~itself, 435 1, 51 | which is the potential principle of such action.~Aquin.: 436 1, 54 | same, yet it is not the ~principle of existence and of understanding 437 1, 54 | the matter, which is ~the principle of individuation. And such 438 1, 56 | does the form which is the principle of action in other ~agents: 439 1, 56 | for, as heat is the formal principle of heating in the fire, 440 1, 56 | the thing seen the formal principle of sight to the eye.~Aquin.: 441 1, 56 | for the form to be the principle of the action, it makes 442 1, 56 | matter, which is ~their principle of individuation. Accordingly, 443 1, 57 | immaterial, while matter is the principle of singularity. Therefore 444 1, 57 | universal is not the sufficient ~principle for knowing the singular 445 1, 57 | this is a kind of general principle to which all their duties 446 1, 58 | the ~knowledge of a known principle they were straightway to 447 1, 58 | conclusion is ~compared with the principle, so in the intellect composing 448 1, 58 | of the conclusion in the principle, it would never ~understand 449 1, 58 | from a kind of primordial principle; and this flow is ~terminated 450 1, 58 | God, in Whom, as in ~their principle, they know all things. Consequently 451 1, 58 | in" denotes the form of a principle; ~because, as has been already 452 1, 60 | Their natural love is the principle of their love of choice; ~ 453 1, 60 | always the nature of a ~principle. Wherefore, since nature 454 1, 60 | belongs ~to nature must be a principle in everything.~Aquin.: SMT 455 1, 60 | will in the same way as the principle does in the ~intellect, 456 1, 60 | nature is not the sufficient principle thereof: ~but we shall speak 457 1, 60 | than the effect; and the ~principle than what is derived from 458 1, 60 | is one with him in the ~principle of natural generation.~Aquin.: 459 1, 62 | movement of the will is the principle of all things that we ~will. 460 1, 62 | some ~other supernatural principle. Thus it is clear that fire 461 1, 62 | habitual grace, which is the principle of merit. The ~third conversion 462 1, 62 | not of works, but as the principle of right ~operation. Therefore 463 1, 62 | imperfect grace, which is the principle of meriting, ~and by perfect 464 1, 62 | perfect grace, which is the principle of enjoying. Hence it does ~ 465 1, 62 | beatitude. ~For charity is the principle of merit. But there is perfect 466 1, 63 | according as God is the principle of his natural being. But 467 1, 63 | since it comes from ~a good principle; because the effect always 468 1, 63 | effect always reverts to its principle. Now ~a particular good 469 1, 63 | through a defect in the principle of generation, begins at 470 1, 65 | good God, but by an evil principle, and allege in proof of ~ 471 1, 65 | must, therefore, be one ~principle of being from which all 472 1, 65 | extends. Now the ~underlying principle in things is always more 473 1, 68 | water, understood as the principle of all other bodies. ~These 474 1, 68 | they ~took water to be the principle of them all.~Aquin.: SMT 475 1, 70 | soul, as being the first principle of life. Hence Augustine ( 476 1, 70 | movement is from an ~intrinsic principle. Now the principle of movement 477 1, 70 | intrinsic principle. Now the principle of movement in the heavenly 478 1, 70 | seemingly, the apprehending principle is intrinsic to the heavenly ~ 479 1, 70 | account of their active principle, but on account of their 480 1, 70 | account of their passive ~principle; that is to say, from a 481 1, 70 | said. So far, then, the principle that moves it may be ~called 482 1, 70 | respect to ~that active principle; just as we say that voluntary 483 1, 71 | generated from seed, the active ~principle lies in the formative power 484 1, 71 | heavenly bodies. The material principle, however, in ~the generation 485 1, 71 | of the ~world the active principle was the Word of God, which 486 1, 73 | because the form is the principle of operation. Now the final ~ 487 1, 75 | the soul is the moving ~principle of the body. Nor does it 488 1, 75 | is defined as the first principle of life of those things 489 1, 75 | imagination, supposed that the ~principle of these actions was something 490 1, 75 | manifest that not every principle of vital action is a soul, 491 1, 75 | would be a soul, as it is a principle of vision; and the ~same 492 1, 75 | but it is the ~"first" principle of life, which we call the 493 1, 75 | though a body may ~be a principle of life, or to be a living 494 1, 75 | thing, as the heart is a ~principle of life in an animal, yet 495 1, 75 | corporeal can be the first ~principle of life. For it is clear 496 1, 75 | it is clear that to be a principle of life, or to ~be a living 497 1, 75 | be a living thing, or a principle of life. Therefore a body 498 1, 75 | a living thing or even a principle of ~life, as "such" a body. 499 1, 75 | a body, it owes to ~some principle which is called its act. 500 1, 75 | soul, which is the ~first principle of life, is not a body,


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