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1 1, 1 | therefore any creature be taken to represent God, ~this 2 1, 1 | representation ought chiefly to be taken from the higher creatures, ~ 3 1, 1 | expounded by ~means of figures taken from corporeal things, in 4 1, 2 | Para. 4/6~The third way is taken from possibility and necessity, 5 1, 2 | Para. 5/6~The fourth way is taken from the gradation to be 6 1, 2 | Para. 6/6~The fifth way is taken from the governance of the 7 1, 3 | identical; but humanity is taken to mean the formal part ~ 8 1, 5 | for as a unit added to, or taken from a number, ~changes 9 1, 5 | difference added to, or taken from a ~definition, changes 10 1, 5 | term of movement can be taken in two ~ways, either as 11 1, 8 | sees anywhere, this can be ~taken in two senses. In one sense 12 1, 10 | Yet this is not to be taken as if the ~negation belonged 13 1, 10 | reign beyond eternity can be taken to ~mean that if any other 14 1, 10 | of ~measurement is there taken according to the apprehension 15 1, 10 | reason for the same can be taken from these measures in ~ 16 1, 10 | is, or will be, is to be taken ~in a different sense according 17 1, 10 | Aeviternity is sometimes taken for age, that is, a space 18 1, 11 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: "Many" is taken in two ways: absolutely, 19 1, 12 | defective, if defect be taken ~to mean privation, as if 20 1, 12 | have. ~But if the defect be taken negatively, in that sense 21 1, 12 | twofold: in one sense it is taken ~strictly and properly, 22 1, 12 | sense "comprehension" is taken more largely ~as opposed 23 1, 13 | literally, or are ~all to be taken metaphorically?~(4) Whether 24 1, 13 | name?~(10) Whether it is taken univocally or equivocally 25 1, 13 | OBJ 3: Further, nouns are taken to signify substance with 26 1, 13 | said of Him by way of being taken in a secondary sense, as 27 1, 13 | which we apply to God are taken from creatures; as was explained 28 1, 13 | providence and ~goodness." But taken from this operation, this 29 1, 13 | aforesaid significations is ~taken neither univocally nor equivocally, 30 1, 13 | analogical terms a ~word taken in one signification must 31 1, 13 | definition of the ~same word taken in other senses; as, for 32 1, 13 | affirmative proposition is made is taken as a subject. Therefore 33 1, 13 | that ~"predicates are to be taken formally, and subjects materially." 34 1, 13 | which there is something taken as subject and something 35 1, 13 | it is, is false," can be taken in two senses, accordingly ~ 36 1, 13 | the one who understands. ~Taken as referring to the thing 37 1, 13 | but that He is simple. But taken as ~referring to the one 38 1, 14 | A[2]), whenever a name taken from ~any created perfection 39 1, 14 | the operation, which is taken as the term, exists ~outside 40 1, 14 | Movement and passion are taken equivocally, according as 41 1, 14 | modes of speaking are to be taken by way of ~negation. But 42 1, 14 | outside Himself" is not to be taken in such a way, as if God 43 1, 14 | The same thing cannot be taken in an equal manner as the ~ 44 1, 14 | creatures. ~Hence it can be taken as the proper ration of 45 1, 14 | whatever quantity of parts be taken, there will always ~remain 46 1, 14 | the consequent must be taken ~not as it is in itself, 47 1, 18 | such names are sometimes taken ~strictly to denote the 48 1, 18 | dimensions: and is sometimes taken to denote the ~dimensions 49 1, 18 | from ~which its name is taken, and thus the Philosopher 50 1, 18 | the like, are sometimes taken for the operations, sometimes 51 1, 19 | distinction must not be taken as applying to the divine 52 1, 19 | is willed by God. A thing taken in its primary sense, and ~ 53 1, 19 | additional ~circumstances are taken into account, by a consequent 54 1, 19 | sometimes the sign must be taken for the will.~Aquin.: SMT 55 1, 19 | and will metaphorically taken is the will of ~expression, 56 1, 21 | God's works, ~if mercy be taken to mean the removal of any 57 1, 23 | actually ~existing. It is taken, however, in another sense 58 1, 23 | 19], A[4]) must also be ~taken into consideration; since 59 1, 23 | words of Deuteronomy must be taken as applied to ~those who 60 1, 24 | The book of life is in God taken in a metaphorical sense, ~ 61 1, 24 | life." But nothing can be taken away from the ~foreknowledge 62 1, 25 | into things made by him is ~taken from their end. So, when 63 1, 25 | God has made is good, and, taken all ~together they are very 64 1, 25 | makes it, if "better" is taken substantively, this proposition 65 1, 25 | If, however, "better" is taken ~as an adverb, implying 66 1, 27 | that procession must be taken from the order of ~one procession 67 1, 28 | idea of relation is not taken from its respect to ~that 68 1, 29 | that substance is ~here taken in a general sense, as divided 69 1, 29 | nature. And here nature ~is taken in that sense. Hence Boethius 70 1, 29 | because the latter is taken from being, which is ~most 71 1, 29 | genus of substance. To this, taken in ~a general sense, can 72 1, 29 | Greeks the term "hypostasis," taken in the strict ~interpretation 73 1, 29 | word person seems to ~be taken from those persons who represented 74 1, 29 | hypostasis in Greek, is commonly taken amongst us to mean ~essence.~ 75 1, 29 | nature," if reason ~be taken to mean, not discursive 76 1, 29 | decree ~that it was to be taken in a relative sense, and 77 1, 30 | So, if number in God is taken absolutely or abstractedly, 78 1, 30 | intellect. But if number be ~taken as it is in the things numbered, 79 1, 30 | A determinate number, if taken as a simple number, existing ~ 80 1, 30 | like; but that they are taken from multitude in ~a transcendent 81 1, 30 | Para. 5/5~But number, if taken as a species of quantity, 82 1, 31 | Reply OBJ 3: "Trinity" is taken in an absolute sense; for 83 1, 31 | Further, the term alien is taken from "alius" [other]. But 84 1, 31 | diversity" or ~"difference" are taken to mean "distinction." But 85 1, 31 | of the divine essence be taken away, the terms "separation" ~ 86 1, 31 | avoided: ~and lest quality be taken away, we avoid the use of 87 1, 31 | properties. But "difference" is taken for ~"distinction," as above 88 1, 31 | This term "alone" can be taken as a categorematical term, ~ 89 1, 31 | If the term ~"alone" is taken in this sense, it cannot 90 1, 31 | the predicate, which is taken formally, for it refers 91 1, 31 | such a ~proposition can be taken in several senses. If "alone" 92 1, 31 | categorematical sense; but if taken in a ~syncategorematical 93 1, 31 | of speaking is ~not to be taken too literally, but it should 94 1, 31 | not be excepted), but is taken according to the usual way 95 1, 33 | Further, the word principle is taken from priority. But in God ~ 96 1, 33 | derivation, ~seems to be taken from priority, still it 97 1, 33 | Therefore the name "Father" taken from ~generation does not 98 1, 33 | person of the Father; and taken in an essential sense it 99 1, 33 | Therefore "Father" in God is not taken as an essential name before 100 1, 33 | essential name before it is ~taken personally.~Aquin.: SMT 101 1, 33 | creature." Therefore paternity ~taken in a personal sense is not 102 1, 33 | same concept as, ~paternity taken essentially.~Aquin.: SMT 103 1, 33 | Therefore paternity in God is taken in a personal sense as ~ 104 1, 33 | the Son, before it is so taken as regards the creature.~ 105 1, 33 | all imperfect things are taken from perfect things. Hence ~ 106 1, 33 | Reply OBJ 1: Common terms taken absolutely, in the order 107 1, 33 | Further, Unbegotten is taken either in a privative, or 108 1, 33 | the Father. But if it be taken in a privative ~sense, as 109 1, 33 | Reply OBJ 2: "Unbegotten" is taken sometimes in a negative 110 1, 33 | Otherwise "unbegotten" may be taken in a kind of ~privation 111 1, 33 | imperfection. For privation can ~be taken in many ways; in one way 112 1, 33 | in the genus of principle taken personally ~in God. Or that 113 1, 34 | name of Word in God, if taken in its proper sense, is ~ 114 1, 34 | must know that our own word taken in its ~proper sense has 115 1, 34 | in a fourth sense it is taken ~improperly or figuratively. 116 1, 34 | Body Para. 3/3~Now word is taken strictly in God, as signifying 117 1, 34 | strictly of God, is to be taken as said not ~essentially, 118 1, 34 | The term "word" is there taken figuratively, as the thing ~ 119 1, 34 | of His power"; "word" is taken figuratively for the effect 120 1, 34 | says that "word" is here taken to mean command; inasmuch 121 1, 36 | expression Holy Spirit, if taken as two words, is ~applicable 122 1, 36 | goodness. But if Holy Spirit be taken as one word, it is thus ~ 123 1, 36 | The Word in God is not taken after the similitude of 124 1, 36 | but "property," it must be taken as an adjective; and forasmuch ~ 125 1, 36 | Holy Ghost unless one be taken as an adverb, so that the 126 1, 37 | name Love in God can be taken essentially and ~personally. 127 1, 37 | essentially and ~personally. If taken personally it is the proper 128 1, 37 | this word "love" is to be taken either essentially or ~notionally. 129 1, 37 | But it cannot be true if taken essentially, because in 130 1, 37 | nor, ~again, if it is taken notionally, for then, in 131 1, 37 | Ghost," if "to love" is taken in a notional sense. Again, 132 1, 37 | since in God "to love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~ 133 1, 37 | and notionally, when it is taken essentially, it means that 134 1, 37 | opinions first quoted are to be taken in this sense. But ~when 135 1, 37 | But ~when the term Love is taken in a notional sense it means 136 1, 37 | be wise or intelligent is taken only essentially in God; ~ 137 1, 37 | the ~Son." But to love is taken not only essentially, but 138 1, 37 | word. ~Likewise to love, taken in a notional sense, means 139 1, 37 | above explained, to love, taken in a ~notional sense, not 140 1, 38 | and the gift of God so taken is a ~created thing. In 141 1, 38 | 1/2~I answer that, Gift, taken personally in God, is the 142 1, 39 | predicated of the essential names taken in a concrete sense?~(5) 143 1, 39 | predicated of essential names taken in the ~abstract?~(6) Whether 144 1, 39 | a third prior substance taken and assumed by the ~other 145 1, 39 | also in God the essence is taken as the form ~of the three 146 1, 39 | OBJ 1: Substance is here taken for the "hypostasis," and 147 1, 39 | adjectival sense. But if ~taken in a substantive sense, 148 1, 39 | provided that "another" be taken as a substantive, ~and the 149 1, 39 | they are one essence; and taken singly Wisdom is from ~Wisdom, 150 1, 39 | the term Godhead can ~be taken for all the persons together, 151 1, 39 | word "God" can of itself be taken for the divine essence. 152 1, 39 | and in Him," is not to be taken in a ~confused sense." And ( 153 1, 39 | Firstly, the thing itself taken absolutely is considered ~ 154 1, 39 | provided the ~"use" be taken in a wide sense, as including 155 1, 39 | forasmuch as the word "Who" is taken in a relative sense, ~it 156 1, 39 | that sense it ~would be taken personally; as, for instance, 157 1, 39 | begotten is personal." But taken ~indefinitely, it is an 158 1, 40 | hypostasis or person. For origin taken ~in an active sense signifies 159 1, 40 | understood when the addition is taken away; as ~man is something 160 1, 40 | understood if rational be ~taken away. But person is something 161 1, 40 | a ~personal property be taken away from a person, the 162 1, 40 | dignity, all of which must ~be taken as the difference. Now, 163 1, 40 | the Father, and spiration, taken for the ~notional act, is 164 1, 40 | Father," the term "Father" is taken as meaning relation only, 165 1, 41 | by reason ~of another." Taken in the latter sense, it 166 1, 41 | called sons of God ~is to be taken in a metaphorical sense, 167 1, 41 | 3/5~The second reason is taken from the manner of the processions. 168 1, 41 | 4/5~The third reason is taken from the manner in which 169 1, 41 | 5/5~The fourth reason is taken from the perfection of the 170 1, 41 | of being begotten] is taken as the gerundive ~of the 171 1, 41 | same is to be said if it be taken as the ~gerundive of an 172 1, 42 | Son's "hearing" are to be ~taken in the sense that the Father 173 1, 43 | His mother; or it may be taken to mean that He ~could be 174 1, 45 | can be ~included in it. If taken in the first sense, then 175 1, 45 | produced, the same thing can be taken as different now and before 176 1, 45 | comes from creation being taken to signify ~a change existing 177 1, 45 | creature. For ~as creation taken in a passive sense is attributed 178 1, 45 | the creature, so ~creation taken in an active sense is attributed 179 1, 45 | the Creator. But ~creation taken actively is not anything 180 1, 45 | temporal. Therefore ~creation taken passively is not anything 181 1, 45 | accidental form. But generation taken simply, or relatively, whereby ~ 182 1, 45 | the subject of creation, taken as a real relation, and 183 1, 45 | particular appropriation may be taken from the common notion of ~ 184 1, 46 | and ~end in time must be taken in the same way as in movement. 185 1, 46 | and preordained is to be taken as the ~form, which is the 186 1, 47 | instance, its goodness would be taken away if ~every part of it 187 1, 48 | many good things would be ~taken away if God permitted no 188 1, 48 | absence of good can be ~taken in a privative and in a 189 1, 48 | sense. Absence of good, taken ~negatively, is not evil; 190 1, 48 | But the ~absence of good, taken in a privative sense, is 191 1, 48 | together. But this is to be taken as referring to good and ~ 192 1, 48 | Therefore it is wholly taken away by evil.~Aquin.: SMT 193 1, 48 | evil, ~but is not wholly taken away; and this good is the 194 1, 48 | of this habitude is to be taken as contrary to its intensity. 195 1, 48 | nevertheless, it is not wholly taken away, ~because its root 196 1, 48 | of the soul is not wholly taken away, ~for it belongs to 197 1, 48 | opposed to evil is wholly taken away; but ~other goods are 198 1, 48 | wholly, but only partially taken away.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] 199 1, 48 | The second reason can be taken from the fact that God is 200 1, 48 | perfection, than the ~good taken away by pain, which is the 201 1, 49 | evil ~itself would be taken away, since its subject 202 1, 50 | OBJ 2: Movement is there taken in the sense in which it 203 1, 50 | the angels is not ~to be taken according to matter, nor 204 1, 50 | when that something else is taken away, in view of ~which 205 1, 50 | Roundness can never be taken from the circle, ~because 206 1, 51 | true eating. But the food taken by angels ~was neither changed 207 1, 51 | but from the seed of men taken for the purpose; as when ~ 208 1, 53 | places; whether the places be taken as divisible or as ~indivisible. 209 1, 53 | place of an angel is not taken as equal to him ~according 210 1, 53 | immediately preceding, which is taken as the term "wherefrom"; 211 1, 54 | one life": yet it is not taken in this sense by the ~Philosopher, 212 1, 54 | OBJ 1: Life is sometimes taken for the existence of the 213 1, 55 | except in so far as they are taken from sensible ~objects. 214 1, 55 | anything universally can be taken in two senses. In ~one way, 215 1, 55 | eminent, then it can be taken as the proper type and ~ 216 1, 55 | the virtues; which can be taken as the proper ~type and 217 1, 55 | eminence, is in like fashion taken ~as the proper type of each 218 1, 57 | gloss [*On 2 Cor. ~12:2, taken from Augustine (Gen. ad 219 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 1: Movement is taken there not as the act of 220 1, 58 | that ~several things may be taken as several or as one; like 221 1, 58 | In another way they are taken as ~forming one in the whole; 222 1, 58 | angelic knowledge are ~not taken as compared to an admixture 223 1, 58 | Augustine understands them, are taken as ~the six classes of things 224 1, 58 | that the day's unit is ~taken according to the unit of 225 1, 59 | formal distinction, which is ~taken from the nature of the object 226 1, 61 | creation of the angels to have taken place ~previously to that 227 1, 62 | OBJ 1: Beatitude is there taken for that natural perfection 228 1, 62 | the angels are not to be taken except as ~reckoning the 229 1, 62 | form, and the power is not taken ~away by the form, but the 230 1, 63 | that envy is not to be taken for a passion, but for a 231 1, 63 | the term darkness, must be taken as ~according to God's foreknowledge. 232 1, 63 | continuous time, time is taken to mean the ~succession 233 1, 63 | order; just as ~men are taken up into every order to supply 234 1, 64 | knowledge the first was neither taken away nor lessened in the 235 1, 64 | speculation, has not been utterly taken away from them, ~but lessened; 236 1, 64 | afterwards the power is taken from him; ~nevertheless, 237 1, 64 | account of the pleasure taken in sin, according ~to Apoc. 238 1, 65 | potentiality to act can have taken place, and ~accordingly, 239 1, 66 | formlessness of matter be taken as referring to the condition 240 1, 66 | OBJ 1: The word earth is taken differently in this passage 241 1, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: If genus is taken in a physical sense, corruptible 242 1, 67 | Stone; the former is to be ~taken literally, and the latter 243 1, 67 | kind. If, then, the word is taken in its strict and ~primary 244 1, 67 | says (De Fide ii). But if taken in its ~common and extended 245 1, 68 | the word "deep" might be taken to mean the ~infinite mass 246 1, 69 | present passage it is to be taken for the element itself. 247 1, 70 | and water, which ~are here taken as one; while on the third 248 1, 71 | even if the firmament be taken to mean the region of clouds. 249 1, 73 | towards it. Hence rest is taken in two senses, in one sense 250 1, 73 | can accrue to God, or be taken from Him, but because something ~ 251 1, 74 | Now, these two opinions, taken as explaining the ~literal 252 1, 74 | Augustine and other writers is taken into ~account. First, because 253 1, 74 | express a certain satisfaction taken by God in His works, as 254 1, 75 | particular thing" can be taken in two senses. ~Firstly, 255 1, 75 | the soul is man," can be taken in two ~senses. First, that 256 1, 76 | 2), that ~the genus is taken from the matter, and difference 257 1, 76 | difference constituting man, is taken from the ~intellectual soul; 258 1, 77 | differences; and ~they are taken from sense and reason, which 259 1, 77 | as differences, are not taken from ~the powers of sense 260 1, 77 | another; while the third is taken from the ~order of the objects. 261 1, 77 | power on another can be ~taken in two ways; according to 262 1, 77 | without the body, this can be taken in two ways. Firstly, ~the 263 1, 77 | spoken of there is to be taken in the same way as Augustine ( 264 1, 37 | name Love in God can be taken essentially and ~personally. 265 1, 37 | essentially and ~personally. If taken personally it is the proper 266 1, 37 | this word "love" is to be taken either essentially or ~notionally. 267 1, 37 | But it cannot be true if taken essentially, because in 268 1, 37 | nor, ~again, if it is taken notionally, for then, in 269 1, 37 | Ghost," if "to love" is taken in a notional sense. Again, 270 1, 37 | since in God "to love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~ 271 1, 37 | and notionally, when it is taken essentially, it means that 272 1, 37 | opinions first quoted are to be taken in this sense. But ~when 273 1, 37 | But ~when the term Love is taken in a notional sense it means 274 1, 37 | be wise or intelligent is taken only essentially in God; ~ 275 1, 37 | the ~Son." But to love is taken not only essentially, but 276 1, 37 | word. Likewise to love, taken in a notional sense, means 277 1, 37 | above explained, to love, taken in a ~notional sense, not 278 1, 38 | and the gift of God so taken is a ~created thing. In 279 1, 38 | 1/2~I answer that, Gift, taken personally in God, is the 280 1, 39 | predicated of the essential names taken in a concrete sense?~(5) 281 1, 39 | predicated of essential names taken in the ~abstract?~(6) Whether 282 1, 39 | a third prior substance taken and assumed by the ~other 283 1, 39 | also in God the essence is taken as the form ~of the three 284 1, 39 | OBJ 1: Substance is here taken for the "hypostasis," and 285 1, 39 | adjectival sense. But if ~taken in a substantive sense, 286 1, 39 | provided that "another" be taken as a substantive, ~and the 287 1, 39 | they are one essence; and taken singly Wisdom is from Wisdom, 288 1, 39 | the term Godhead can ~be taken for all the persons together, 289 1, 39 | word "God" can of itself be taken for the divine essence. 290 1, 39 | and in Him," is not to be taken in a ~confused sense." And ( 291 1, 39 | Firstly, the thing itself taken absolutely is considered ~ 292 1, 39 | provided the ~"use" be taken in a wide sense, as including 293 1, 39 | forasmuch as the word "Who" is taken in a relative sense, ~it 294 1, 39 | that sense it ~would be taken personally; as, for instance, 295 1, 39 | begotten is personal." But taken ~indefinitely, it is an 296 1, 40 | hypostasis or person. For origin taken ~in an active sense signifies 297 1, 40 | understood when the addition is taken away; as ~man is something 298 1, 40 | understood if rational be ~taken away. But person is something 299 1, 40 | a ~personal property be taken away from a person, the 300 1, 40 | dignity, all of which must ~be taken as the difference. Now, 301 1, 40 | the Father, and spiration, taken for the ~notional act, is 302 1, 40 | Father," the term "Father" is taken as meaning relation only, 303 1, 41 | by reason ~of another." Taken in the latter sense, it 304 1, 41 | called sons of God ~is to be taken in a metaphorical sense, 305 1, 41 | 3/5~The second reason is taken from the manner of the processions. 306 1, 41 | 4/5~The third reason is taken from the manner in which 307 1, 41 | 5/5~The fourth reason is taken from the perfection of the 308 1, 41 | of being begotten] is taken as the gerundive ~of the 309 1, 41 | same is to be said if it be taken as the ~gerundive of an 310 1, 42 | Son's "hearing" are to be ~taken in the sense that the Father 311 1, 43 | His mother; or it may be taken to mean that He ~could be 312 1, 46 | can be ~included in it. If taken in the first sense, then 313 1, 46 | produced, the same thing can be taken as different now and before 314 1, 46 | comes from creation being taken to signify ~a change existing 315 1, 46 | creature. For ~as creation taken in a passive sense is attributed 316 1, 46 | the creature, so ~creation taken in an active sense is attributed 317 1, 46 | the Creator. But ~creation taken actively is not anything 318 1, 46 | temporal. Therefore ~creation taken passively is not anything 319 1, 46 | accidental form. But generation taken simply, or relatively, whereby ~ 320 1, 46 | the subject of creation, taken as a real relation, and 321 1, 46 | particular appropriation may be taken from the common notion of ~ 322 1, 47 | and ~end in time must be taken in the same way as in movement. 323 1, 47 | and preordained is to be taken as the ~form, which is the 324 1, 48 | instance, its goodness would be taken away if ~every part of it 325 1, 49 | many good things would be ~taken away if God permitted no 326 1, 49 | absence of good can be ~taken in a privative and in a 327 1, 49 | sense. Absence of good, taken ~negatively, is not evil; 328 1, 49 | But the ~absence of good, taken in a privative sense, is 329 1, 49 | together. But this is to be taken as referring to good and ~ 330 1, 49 | Therefore it is wholly taken away by evil.~Aquin.: SMT 331 1, 49 | evil, ~but is not wholly taken away; and this good is the 332 1, 49 | of this habitude is to be taken as contrary to its intensity. 333 1, 49 | nevertheless, it is not wholly taken away, ~because its root 334 1, 49 | of the soul is not wholly taken away, ~for it belongs to 335 1, 49 | opposed to evil is wholly taken away; but ~other goods are 336 1, 49 | wholly, but only partially taken away.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] 337 1, 49 | The second reason can be taken from the fact that God is 338 1, 49 | perfection, than the ~good taken away by pain, which is the 339 1, 50 | evil ~itself would be taken away, since its subject 340 1, 51 | OBJ 2: Movement is there taken in the sense in which it 341 1, 51 | the angels is not ~to be taken according to matter, nor 342 1, 51 | when that something else is taken away, in view of ~which 343 1, 51 | Roundness can never be taken from the circle, ~because 344 1, 52 | true eating. But the food taken by angels ~was neither changed 345 1, 52 | but from the seed of men taken for the purpose; as when ~ 346 1, 54 | places; whether the places be taken as divisible or as ~indivisible. 347 1, 54 | place of an angel is not taken as equal to him ~according 348 1, 54 | immediately preceding, which is taken as the term "wherefrom"; 349 1, 55 | one life": yet it is not taken in this sense by the ~Philosopher, 350 1, 55 | OBJ 1: Life is sometimes taken for the existence of the 351 1, 56 | except in so far as they are taken from sensible ~objects. 352 1, 56 | anything universally can be taken in two senses. In ~one way, 353 1, 56 | eminent, then it can be taken as the proper type and ~ 354 1, 56 | the virtues; which can be taken as the proper ~type and 355 1, 56 | eminence, is in like fashion taken ~as the proper type of each 356 1, 58 | gloss [*On 2 Cor. ~12:2, taken from Augustine (Gen. ad 357 1, 59 | Reply OBJ 1: Movement is taken there not as the act of 358 1, 59 | that ~several things may be taken as several or as one; like 359 1, 59 | In another way they are taken as ~forming one in the whole; 360 1, 59 | angelic knowledge are ~not taken as compared to an admixture 361 1, 59 | Augustine understands them, are taken as ~the six classes of things 362 1, 59 | that the day's unit is ~taken according to the unit of 363 1, 60 | formal distinction, which is ~taken from the nature of the object 364 1, 62 | creation of the angels to have taken place ~previously to that 365 1, 63 | OBJ 1: Beatitude is there taken for that natural perfection 366 1, 63 | the angels are not to be taken except as ~reckoning the 367 1, 63 | form, and the power is not taken ~away by the form, but the 368 1, 64 | that envy is not to be taken for a passion, but for a 369 1, 64 | the term darkness, must be taken as ~according to God's foreknowledge. 370 1, 64 | continuous time, time is taken to mean the ~succession 371 1, 64 | order; just as ~men are taken up into every order to supply 372 1, 65 | knowledge the first was neither taken away nor ~lessened in the 373 1, 65 | speculation, has not been utterly taken away from them, ~but lessened; 374 1, 65 | afterwards the power is taken from him; ~nevertheless, 375 1, 65 | account of the pleasure taken in sin, according ~to Apoc. 376 1, 66 | potentiality to act can have taken place, and ~accordingly, 377 1, 67 | formlessness of matter be taken as referring to the condition 378 1, 67 | OBJ 1: The word earth is taken differently in this passage 379 1, 67 | Reply OBJ 2: If genus is taken in a physical sense, corruptible 380 1, 68 | Stone; the former is to be ~taken literally, and the latter 381 1, 68 | kind. If, then, the word is taken in its strict and ~primary 382 1, 68 | says (De Fide ii). But if taken in its ~common and extended 383 1, 69 | the word "deep" might be taken to mean the ~infinite mass 384 1, 70 | present passage it is to be taken for the element itself. 385 1, 71 | and water, which ~are here taken as one; while on the third 386 1, 71 | even if the firmament be taken to mean the region of clouds. 387 1, 72 | towards it. Hence rest is taken in two senses, in one sense 388 1, 72 | can accrue to God, or be taken from Him, but because something ~ 389 1, 73 | Now, these two opinions, taken as explaining the ~literal 390 1, 73 | Augustine and other writers is taken into ~account. First, because 391 1, 73 | express a certain satisfaction taken by God in His works, as 392 1, 74 | particular thing" can be taken in two senses. ~Firstly, 393 1, 74 | the soul is man," can be taken in two ~senses. First, that 394 1, 75 | 2), that ~the genus is taken from the matter, and difference 395 1, 75 | difference constituting man, is taken from the ~intellectual soul; 396 1, 76 | differences; and ~they are taken from sense and reason, which 397 1, 76 | as differences, are not taken from ~the powers of sense 398 1, 76 | another; while the third is taken from the ~order of the objects. 399 1, 76 | power on another can be ~taken in two ways; according to 400 1, 76 | without the body, this can be taken in two ways. Firstly, ~the 401 1, 76 | spoken of there is to be taken in the same way as Augustine ( 402 1, 77 | of the powers of the soul taken specifically will be ~divided 403 1, 78 | OBJ 1: Sense is sometimes taken for the power, and sometimes 404 1, 78 | that, To be passive may be taken in three ways. Firstly, 405 1, 78 | sense, when from a thing is taken something which belongs 406 1, 78 | suitable or unsuitable, is taken away from it. And in this 407 1, 78 | each ~case "passive" may be taken in the two first senses; 408 1, 78 | propositions. From this is taken the word "mens" [mind]. 409 1, 78 | division given by Jerome is taken from the variety of ~acts, 410 1, 80 | name sensuality seems to be taken from the sensual ~movement, 411 1, 80 | the ~name of a power is taken from its act; for instance, 412 1, 81 | ways. Sometimes they are taken as passions - arising, that 413 1, 81 | They may, however, ~be taken in another way, as far as 414 1, 81 | angels and to God. But if ~taken in this sense, they do not 415 1, 82 | the Apostle are not to be taken as though ~man does not 416 1, 83 | Augustine's words may be taken in this sense.~Aquin.: SMT 417 1, 84 | the word "otherwise" be taken as ~referring to the one 418 1, 84 | because the generic nature is ~taken from that which is material 419 1, 84 | the idea of species ~is taken from that which is formal: 420 1, 84 | the notion of animal is taken ~from the sensitive part, 421 1, 84 | whereas the notion of man is taken from the ~intellectual part. 422 1, 84 | than by another may ~be taken in two senses. First, so 423 1, 84 | that the word "more" be taken as ~determining the act 424 1, 84 | the word "more" can ~be taken as determining the act of 425 1, 85 | remains something to be ~taken." Thus the infinite could 426 1, 87 | OBJ 1: Augustine may be taken to mean that the knowledge 427 1, 89 | term "breathe" is not to be taken in the material ~sense; 428 1, 90 | impossible for something to be taken from the fifth ~essence, 429 1, 91 | Gn. 2:23,24): "She was taken out of ~man, wherefore a 430 1, 91 | not right for a rib to be taken ~from the man, that Eve 431 1, 92 | xvi) "that the image is taken from the memory, the ~understanding 432 1, 94 | OBJ 4: Perseverance may be taken in two ways: in one sense 433 1, 94 | In ~another sense it is taken as a circumstance of virtue; 434 1, 96 | answer that, "Passion" may be taken in two senses. First, in 435 1, 96 | Secondly, "passion" can be taken in ~a general sense for 436 1, 96 | passible, but that the food ~taken was passible; although this 437 1, 96 | Reply OBJ 3: If man had not taken food he would have sinned; 438 1, 96 | innocence man would not have ~taken more than necessary food, 439 1, 96 | otherwise it could not be taken as food; since food is changed 440 1, 96 | was provided with food, ~taken from the other trees of 441 1, 97 | take less pleasure in food taken in moderation than the ~ 442 1, 101 | assertion is untrue, if taken in its obvious sense. ~It 443 1, 102 | and the name ~of God is taken from Providence as stated 444 1, 102 | government of the world may be taken in three ways. First, ~on 445 1, 103 | allow some change to have taken ~place, while the preservation 446 1, 104 | cause and effect would be taken ~away from created things: 447 1, 106 | the local distance; but is taken to signify the magnitude 448 1, 107 | Judgment?~(8) Whether men are taken up into the angelic orders?~ 449 1, 107 | twofold. In one way it is taken as the order ~comprehending 450 1, 107 | angelic ~multitude can be taken from what is above their 451 1, 107 | Para. 2/2~"Virtue" can be taken in two ways. First, commonly, 452 1, 107 | orders the names of which are taken ~from their relation to 453 1, 107 | differences of ~natures cannot be taken from them unless they themselves 454 1, 107 | Para. 1/1~Whether men are taken up into the angelic orders?~ 455 1, 107 | would seem that men are not taken up into the orders of the ~ 456 1, 107 | this implies that men are taken up into the orders of the 457 1, 111 | thousands of thousands" are taken by way of multiplication, 458 1, 112 | OBJ 1: Chrysostom can be taken to mean the highest in the 459 1, 113 | sometimes miracle may be taken in a wide sense, for whatever 460 1, 113 | weakness." The other reason is taken ~from the astuteness of 461 1, 114 | to quantity. The ~proof taken from the weight of bodies 462 1, 116 | angels; since some men are taken up to the ~highest angelic 463 1, 118 | is founded on. If this be taken away it cannot be renewed; ~ 464 1, 118 | like. Wherefore if such be ~taken away, the virtue of the 465 1, 118 | nature of the member it is taken from, it would ~no longer 466 1, 118 | nature of the member it is taken from, then, since it is ~ 467 1, 118 | say that the solution is taken from all ~the parts of the 468 1, 118 | Therefore the semen is taken from this. In this sense 469 2, 1 | and if this principle be taken away, no one will begin 470 2, 2 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Being taken simply, as including all 471 2, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Life is taken in two senses. First for 472 2, 5 | true nature of Happiness is taken from the object, ~which 473 2, 6 | involuntariness. Secondly it is taken ~as a sentence: and then 474 2, 6 | power of knowing is not taken ~away entirely, but only 475 2, 7 | circumstance should be taken from the cause of the act 476 2, 12 | terminus of movement may ~be taken in two ways. First, the 477 2, 12 | expression "two things" may be taken in two ways: ~they may be 478 2, 12 | not one in reality may be taken as one by the reason. Now 479 2, 14 | Wherefore if counsel is taken about it, it will be ~counsel 480 2, 14 | matter of counsel, but is taken for granted as its ~principle, 481 2, 14 | The other principle is taken from ~another genus, so 482 2, 14 | these principles which are taken for granted in the inquiry 483 2, 14 | singulars, something may be taken for ~certain, not simply, 484 2, 14 | necessary; and this can be taken for a certain fact.~ 485 2, 16 | that the last end may be taken in two ~ways: first, simply; 486 2, 17 | faculty, unless command be taken loosely for motion.~Aquin.: 487 2, 18 | malice of an action is not taken from a ~circumstance.~Aquin.: 488 2, 18 | measure of goodness is not taken from the end. ~Whereas human 489 2, 18 | circumstance is sometimes taken as the essential ~difference 490 2, 18 | good and evil which are taken from the ~end, do not diversify 491 2, 18 | Therefore the species which is taken from the end, is contained 492 2, 18 | under the ~species which is taken from the object.~Aquin.: 493 2, 18 | from which a difference is taken, the more ~specific is the 494 2, 18 | species of an action is taken from ~its object. But circumstances 495 2, 18 | accidental ~to a thing, cannot be taken as a difference constituting 496 2, 18 | which, in one ~action, is taken as a circumstance added 497 2, 18 | the ~action, can again be taken by the directing reason, 498 2, 18 | for instance, if what is ~taken belongs to another, which 499 2, 19 | malice of human actions ~is taken from the act of the will. 500 2, 19 | that is greater; the other, taken ~from the intensity of the


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