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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | place our purpose within proper limits, we first endeavor 2 1, 1 | science. But the knowledge proper to this science comes through ~ 3 1, 1 | Hence colored things are the proper objects of ~sight. But in 4 1, 1 | metaphors. For that ~which is proper to the lowest science seems 5 1, 1 | similitudes and figures is proper to poetry, the least of 6 1, 2 | effect the existence of its proper cause can be demonstrated, 7 1, 3 | faculty of ~laughing is proper to a man - and is caused 8 1, 5 | actuality. Hence, being is the proper object of ~the intellect, 9 1, 5 | perfection, which is also proper to being, whatever kind ~ 10 1, 5 | relates to the end as to its proper ~object. Thus the saying, " 11 1, 5 | to it according to its ~proper formality.~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 6 | is ~Himself, and this is proper to the rational creature; 13 1, 7 | and movement: for it is proper to matter to be in ~potentiality.~ 14 1, 8 | created being must be His proper ~effect; as to ignite is 15 1, 8 | effect; as to ignite is the proper effect of fire. Now God 16 1, 8 | are in place; or by a way proper to place; and thus things 17 1, 8 | the operator; and this is proper to the operations of the 18 1, 8 | primarily and absolutely, is proper to ~God. Now to be everywhere 19 1, 8 | absolutely belongs to God and is proper to Him: because whatever 20 1, 10 | OBJ 3: As eternity is the proper measure of permanent being, 21 1, 10 | permanent being, so ~time is the proper measure of movement; and 22 1, 13 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, only proper names are not communicable. 23 1, 13 | this name ~"God" is not a proper, but an appellative noun; 24 1, 13 | appellative name, and not a proper ~name, for it signifies 25 1, 13 | given to God from His own proper operation, which we ~experience 26 1, 13 | HE WHO IS, is the most proper name of God?~Aquin.: SMT 27 1, 13 | HE WHO IS is not the most proper name of God. For this name " 28 1, 13 | WHO IS is not ~the most proper name of God.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 13 | name "good" is supremely proper to God, and not this name 30 1, 13 | this name "God" is more proper, ~as it is imposed to signify 31 1, 13 | divine nature; and still more proper is ~the Tetragrammaton, 32 1, 14 | Himself?~(6) Whether He has a proper knowledge of them?~(7) Whether 33 1, 14 | belongs to that imperfect mode proper to ~creatures. Hence knowledge 34 1, 14 | when it is known by the proper species adequate ~to the 35 1, 14 | things other than Himself by proper knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT FP 36 1, 14 | things other than Himself by ~proper knowledge. For, as was shown ( 37 1, 14 | by general, and not by ~proper knowledge. Therefore God 38 1, 14 | by general, ~and not by proper knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 39 1, 14 | it ~is," which is to have proper knowledge of it.~Aquin.: 40 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, proper knowledge of a thing can 41 1, 14 | can come only through its ~proper ratio. But as God knows 42 1, 14 | not know each thing by its proper ratio; for one thing cannot 43 1, 14 | one thing cannot be ~the proper ratio of many and diverse 44 1, 14 | Therefore God has not a ~proper knowledge of things, but 45 1, 14 | otherwise than by their proper ratio is to have only a 46 1, 14 | the contrary, To have a proper knowledge of things is to 47 1, 14 | other than Himself with a proper ~knowledge; not only in 48 1, 14 | known in its principle by proper ~knowledge, but only in 49 1, 14 | not as the common to the proper, as unity is to ~numbers, 50 1, 14 | in ~general, but also by proper knowledge; thus, for example, 51 1, 14 | man, knows an animal by proper knowledge; and whoever knows 52 1, 14 | the number three also by proper knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 53 1, 14 | Himself all of them with proper knowledge. For the nature 54 1, 14 | knowledge. For the nature proper to ~each thing consists 55 1, 14 | God knows all things with ~proper knowledge, in their distinction 56 1, 14 | Hence it can be taken as the proper ration of each thing according 57 1, 14 | regards ~the principles proper to each one, as shown above. 58 1, 15 | the ultimate end is ~the proper intention of the principal 59 1, 15 | order of an army (is ~the proper intention) of the general. 60 1, 15 | divine mind there are the proper ideas of all things. Hence 61 1, 15 | God ~according to the idea proper to it," from which it follows 62 1, 15 | every creature has ~its own proper species, according to which 63 1, 15 | xlvi). But God has the ~proper types of all things that 64 1, 15 | knows according to their proper type, ~in so far as they 65 1, 16 | which possesses the nature proper to a stone, ~according to 66 1, 16 | always true as regards their proper sensible objects, so ~is 67 1, 16 | according as it has the ~form proper to its nature, the intellect, 68 1, 16 | of them according to its proper nature; as animal is found 69 1, 16 | of them according to its proper ~nature, and from this one 70 1, 16 | intellect, according to its proper ~nature, then are there 71 1, 17 | if it falls short of the proper operation of his art.~Aquin.: 72 1, 17 | 24) that falsity is ~not proper to the senses, but to the 73 1, 17 | other ~sensible objects proper to it. Secondly, of its 74 1, 17 | false knowledge about its proper objects, except ~accidentally 75 1, 17 | Falsity is said not to be proper to sense, since sense is ~ 76 1, 17 | not deceived as to its proper object. Hence in another 77 1, 17 | plainly, "Sense, about its proper object, is never false." ~ 78 1, 17 | a thing has being by its proper form, so the ~knowing faculty 79 1, 17 | sight is not deceived in its proper sensible, but about ~common 80 1, 17 | by the likeness ~of its proper object, so is the intellect 81 1, 17 | neither the sense about its proper object. But in affirming 82 1, 17 | one ~thing the definition proper to another; as that of a 83 1, 17 | essence of a thing is the proper object of the ~intellect, 84 1, 17 | but ~in that which is its proper subject. This happens in 85 1, 18 | conditions, and are out of their proper place; for when they are 86 1, 18 | are in the ~place that is proper and natural to them, then 87 1, 18 | essence of a thing as its proper ~object, gains knowledge 88 1, 18 | from sense, of which the proper objects are ~external accidents. 89 1, 18 | are in God through their ~proper ideas, which in God are 90 1, 19 | only towards their own ~proper good, to acquire it if not 91 1, 19 | goodness, since that is its proper ~object. Hence God wills 92 1, 19 | necessary ~relation to its proper and principal object, for 93 1, 19 | distinguished will in its proper sense, and ~will as attributed 94 1, 19 | by metaphor. Will in its proper sense is called ~the will 95 1, 20 | good and evil, as to their proper objects: and since good 96 1, 20 | them eternally in their proper natures; and for that reason 97 1, 21 | rank deserves. As then the ~proper order displayed in ruling 98 1, 21 | existing things what is proper to the condition of each; 99 1, 21 | things, is done ~according to proper order and proportion wherein 100 1, 24 | fight; since this is ~the proper duty to which military service 101 1, 25 | a thing ~possible as its proper object according to the 102 1, 25 | warmth is related as to its proper object to the being capable 103 1, 27 | In another sense it is proper and belongs to living things; 104 1, 27 | divine nature. Hence ~the proper notion of this or that procession, 105 1, 27 | of this unity: but the ~proper notion of this or that procession 106 1, 27 | takes its name from the ~proper notion of will and intellect; 107 1, 27 | procession in God has no proper or special name, except 108 1, 28 | quality, in their strict and ~proper meaning, signify something 109 1, 28 | But relation in ~its own proper meaning signifies only what 110 1, 28 | of God according to its ~proper and formal meaning, that 111 1, 28 | to say, in so far as its proper ~meaning denotes comparison 112 1, 28 | point of remark is the ~proper nature of each one of these 113 1, 28 | these two in their own proper idea and definitions import 114 1, 28 | called generation in ~the proper sense of the term, whereby 115 1, 28 | procession of Love has no proper ~name of its own (Q[27], 116 1, 28 | the ensuing relations ~a proper name of their own. The relation 117 1, 29 | hot, and dry body: for proper accidents are the effects 118 1, 29 | also by force of its own ~proper signification.~Aquin.: SMT 119 1, 29 | and an ass have ~their own proper definitions, nevertheless 120 1, 30 | number exists in God in the proper sense of number, but not 121 1, 32 | the divine persons by its proper attributes, such as paternity, ~ 122 1, 32 | to ~their simplicity, the proper ideas of the persons can 123 1, 32 | notions. For the notions ~proper to the persons are the relations 124 1, 32 | answer that, A notion is the proper idea whereby we know a divine ~ 125 1, 33 | 11]). Therefore the ~more proper name of the divine person 126 1, 33 | metaphorical term cannot be the proper name of anyone. ~But the 127 1, 33 | does not seem to be the proper name of any divine person.~ 128 1, 33 | 1/1~I answer that, The proper name of any person signifies 129 1, 33 | paternity is signified, is the proper ~name of the person of the 130 1, 33 | intelligence, come before proper terms; because they are 131 1, 33 | in the ~understanding of proper terms; but not conversely. 132 1, 33 | the creature come after proper ~terms which import personal 133 1, 33 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is proper to the Father to be unbegotten?~ 134 1, 33 | would seem that it is not proper to the Father to be ~unbegotten. 135 1, 33 | essence; ~thus it is not proper to the Father. But if it 136 1, 33 | the person begotten, it is proper to the Father to be unbegotten 137 1, 33 | unbegotten it ~follows that it is proper to Him also to be unproceeding.~ 138 1, 33 | would ~include them as the proper is included in the common. 139 1, 33 | unbegotten" is not ~the proper notion of the Father; for 140 1, 33 | to consider it as a term proper to the Father ~alone, it 141 1, 34 | term?~(2) Whether it is the proper name of the Son?~(3) Whether 142 1, 34 | are applied to God in a proper sense, as Father and Son. ~ 143 1, 34 | in God, if taken in its proper sense, is ~a personal name, 144 1, 34 | our own word taken in its ~proper sense has a threefold meaning; 145 1, 34 | also admit ~Word in the proper sense, and which is said 146 1, 34 | Whether "Word" is the Son's proper name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] 147 1, 34 | seem that "Word" is not the proper name of the Son. For ~the 148 1, 34 | Therefore word cannot be the ~proper name of the person of the 149 1, 34 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every proper name of a person signifies 150 1, 34 | if the Word is the Son's proper name, it ~signifies some 151 1, 34 | consequently to be Word is not proper to the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 152 1, 34 | Therefore to be Word is not proper to the ~Son.~Aquin.: SMT 153 1, 34 | Word," said of God in its proper sense, is used ~personally, 154 1, 34 | personally, and is the proper name of the person of the 155 1, 35 | Whether the name of Image is proper to the Son?~Aquin.: SMT 156 1, 35 | the name of Image is not proper to the Son; ~because, as 157 1, 35 | Therefore Image is not proper to the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 158 1, 36 | name, "Holy Ghost," is the proper name of one divine ~Person?~( 159 1, 36 | name "Holy Ghost" is the proper name of one divine person?~ 160 1, 36 | Holy Ghost," is not the proper ~name of one divine person. 161 1, 36 | the three ~persons is the proper name of any one person. 162 1, 36 | Holy Ghost' is not the proper name of a ~divine person.~ 163 1, 36 | Therefore this name is not the proper name of a divine Person.~ 164 1, 36 | does not seem to be the proper name of a divine Person.~ 165 1, 36 | procession of love, has no proper name of its own, as stated 166 1, 36 | in that manner has not a proper name. But as some names 167 1, 36 | holy." Secondly, from the proper signification of the name. 168 1, 37 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~( 169 1, 37 | 1~Whether "Love" is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~ 170 1, 37 | seem that "Love" is not the proper name of the Holy ~Ghost. 171 1, 37 | and of all together, is a proper name of a person. Therefore ~ 172 1, 37 | name, "Love," is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~ 173 1, 37 | Therefore Love is not the proper name of the ~Holy Ghost.~ 174 1, 37 | taken personally it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost; ~ 175 1, 37 | Holy Ghost; ~as Word is the proper name of the Son.~Aquin.: 176 1, 38 | name?~(2) Whether it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost? ~( 177 1, 38 | 1~Whether "Gift" is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~ 178 1, 38 | seem that Gift is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost. ~ 179 1, 38 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every proper name of a person signifies 180 1, 38 | Therefore ~Gift is not a proper name of the Holy Ghost.~ 181 1, 38 | Therefore Gift is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~ 182 1, 38 | Holy Ghost ~receives His proper name from the fact that 183 1, 38 | Son. Therefore Gift is the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~ 184 1, 38 | personally in God, is the proper name of the ~Holy Ghost.~ 185 1, 39 | but ~from one nature being proper to both Father and Son."~ 186 1, 39 | But when we consider the proper way of expressing ourselves, ~ 187 1, 39 | signification, can, in its proper sense, stand for person, 188 1, 39 | common ~is prior to what is proper. Therefore the essential 189 1, 39 | essential attribute is in its proper concept ~prior to person, 190 1, 39 | he designates three names proper to the ~persons: the name 191 1, 39 | Father," the name "Image" proper to the Son ~(Q[35], A[2]), 192 1, 39 | Bounty" or "Gift," which is proper to the ~Holy Ghost (Q[38], 193 1, 39 | the "book of ~life" seems proper to the Son, as signifying " 194 1, 39 | Who is," appears to be ~proper to the Son; because if when 195 1, 39 | common to the Trinity, but is proper to the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 196 1, 41 | ascribe power to God in its proper sense of ~principle. And 197 1, 41 | ascribe power to God in its proper ~sense, but only after our 198 1, 41 | the three ~persons, but proper to the Father. Therefore 199 1, 41 | that is connoted, it is proper to the person of the ~Father. ~ 200 1, 45 | to the whole Trinity, or proper to any ~one Person?~(7) 201 1, 45 | of creation, but to the ~proper concept of the object of 202 1, 45 | and hence it must be the proper effect of the first and 203 1, 45 | manifest that creation is ~the proper act of God alone.~Aquin.: 204 1, 45 | something participates the proper action of ~another, not 205 1, 45 | although creation is the proper act of the ~universal cause, 206 1, 45 | inasmuch as ~by something proper to itself it acts dispositively 207 1, 45 | nothing, according to what is ~proper to itself, it is used to 208 1, 45 | of a bench, which is the proper effect of the principal 209 1, 45 | principal agent. Now ~the proper effect of God creating is 210 1, 45 | 1/1~Whether to create is proper to any person?~Aquin.: SMT 211 1, 45 | would seem that to create is proper to some Person. For what ~ 212 1, 45 | Hence to create is not proper to any one Person, but is ~ 213 1, 45 | which brings things to their proper end, ~and the giving of 214 1, 45 | does ~not suffice, but a proper agent is required, in the 215 1, 47 | things comes from their proper ~forms. Therefore the distinction 216 1, 49 | cause drawing it out of its proper disposition. For a heavy ~ 217 1, 49 | privation of order to the proper end; since not only the 218 1, 49 | a thing, but not in the ~proper effect of the agent, sometimes 219 1, 49 | there is a defect in the proper effect of the fire - as, 220 1, 49 | actually subject itself to its proper rule. This defect, however, 221 1, 49 | above their own contrary proper causes; as ~above the contrary 222 1, 50 | and failing to make a proper distinction between sense 223 1, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the proper effect of the separate substances 224 1, 50 | the undetermined, and the proper than the common, but not ~ 225 1, 51 | from a united mover is a proper function of ~life; but the 226 1, 52 | devoid of quantity, the proper ~difference of which is 227 1, 52 | continuous; ~for this is proper to a located body which 228 1, 54 | account it is said ~that each proper act responds to its proper 229 1, 54 | proper act responds to its proper power. But in every creature ~ 230 1, 54 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the proper function of the passive 231 1, 54 | whereas to enlighten is the proper function of the active ~ 232 1, 54 | sure apprehension of its ~proper sensible object, it is a 233 1, 55 | angels, according to the ~proper nature of a mind, know the 234 1, 55 | genus and species. This is ~proper to the Divine essence, which 235 1, 55 | according to their own proper formality - because the 236 1, 55 | which proceeds whatever is ~proper or common to anything. Therefore 237 1, 55 | anything. Therefore God has a proper knowledge of all ~things 238 1, 55 | the same cannot be the proper type of many. But if the ~ 239 1, 55 | will not ~be able to have a proper knowledge of each; which 240 1, 55 | The same cannot be the proper and adequate type of several ~ 241 1, 55 | then it can be taken as the proper type and ~likeness of many. 242 1, 55 | which can be taken as the proper ~type and likeness of that 243 1, 55 | like fashion taken ~as the proper type of each thing contained 244 1, 55 | likened to It according to its proper type. The same applies to 245 1, 55 | known through it with a proper ~knowledge.~ 246 1, 57 | does sense regarding its proper ~sensible object. So therefore 247 1, 57 | which is higher than the proper sense, ~although it is but 248 1, 57 | On the contrary, What is proper to God does not belong to 249 1, 57 | to the angels. ~But it is proper to God to read the secrets 250 1, 58 | the sense ~regarding its proper object, as is said in De 251 1, 58 | angels know things in their proper nature. This cannot be ~ 252 1, 58 | their knowledge from the proper nature of ~things, so that 253 1, 58 | that when we say "in their ~proper nature" we refer to the 254 1, 58 | which things have in their proper ~nature, then the morning 255 1, 59 | distinction of common and proper does not ~differentiate 256 1, 59 | common idea. Just ~as if the proper object of the power of sight 257 1, 59 | and white: whereas if the proper object of any ~faculty were 258 1, 60 | with intellectual, which is proper to angels, as is said (Div. ~ 259 1, 60 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, it is proper to charity to love God more 260 1, 62 | to ~its mode. Now it is proper to the angelic nature to 261 1, 62 | ordained to good as to its proper object. ~Consequently the 262 1, 63 | itself, ~but not according to proper measure or rule; so that 263 1, 63 | desires such likeness in proper order, that is ~to say, 264 1, 63 | heaven and earth, which is proper to God; in which desire 265 1, 63 | own power, whereas this is proper to God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 266 1, 64 | Gen. ad lit. iv, 22), the proper ~knowledge of the angels 267 1, 64 | demons; for thus they are proper to the ~sensitive appetite, 268 1, 65 | exists for the sake ~of its proper act, as the eye for the 269 1, 65 | creature exists for ~its own proper act and perfection, and 270 1, 65 | matter obeys, as its own proper ~cause. To signify this, 271 1, 66 | actual being; which is ~the proper effect of an accidental 272 1, 66 | movement in a circle, which is proper to ~the heavenly bodies, 273 1, 67 | word light is used in its proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual 274 1, 67 | word "light" is used in its proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual 275 1, 67 | that "light" is used in its proper sense in ~spiritual things. 276 1, 67 | names are used in their proper sense ~in spiritual things. 277 1, 67 | Therefore light is used in its proper sense in ~spiritual matters.~ 278 1, 67 | fire existing in its own ~proper matter: just as fire in 279 1, 67 | days, and ~years" is due to proper movements.~Aquin.: SMT FP 280 1, 68 | it uses the word in its proper and natural meaning, when 281 1, 70 | perfection of a man lies in his proper parts ~and forms, and his 282 1, 70 | either for the sake of its proper act, or for ~other creatures, 283 1, 70 | universe by ~reason of their proper movement; and in this way 284 1, 73 | His creatures to the work proper ~to them, and thus He made 285 1, 74 | same time as the accident proper to it. The light and the 286 1, 74 | themselves existing under the proper forms, and ~the works that 287 1, 74 | from the first under their proper ~forms, another explanation 288 1, 74 | thirdly, their being in their proper nature, by the words, "He 289 1, 75 | the ~sensitive soul were proper to it, apart from the body; 290 1, 75 | performs the operations proper to a thing, is ~that thing; 291 1, 75 | operation of man, but not ~proper to him, it is clear that 292 1, 75 | supposing that sensation was ~proper to the soul, could maintain 293 1, 75 | stone ~absolutely, as to its proper formal idea, is in the intellectual 294 1, 75 | nothing is without its own proper operation. But the ~operation 295 1, 75 | operation. But the ~operation proper to the soul, which is to 296 1, 75 | through a phantasm is the proper operation of ~the soul by 297 1, 75 | thing is ordained to its proper end by the nature of its ~ 298 1, 76 | cannot be without its own proper matter. But the ~intellectual 299 1, 76 | by its operation. Now the proper ~operation of man as man 300 1, 76 | intellectual ~principle is the proper form of man.~Aquin.: SMT 301 1, 76 | light, when removed from its proper ~place, retaining meanwhile 302 1, 76 | and an inclination for its proper ~place; so the human soul 303 1, 76 | the human soul retains its proper existence when separated 304 1, 76 | actually but virtually. For the proper qualities of the elements 305 1, 76 | quality of the mixture is the proper disposition for the substantial 306 1, 76 | every form exists in ~its proper disposed matter. But dispositions 307 1, 76 | every "genus" follow its own proper accidents. Therefore ~as 308 1, 76 | of the body retains its proper action; ~although that which 309 1, 76 | essentially, as to ~its proper and proportionate perfectible; 310 1, 77 | of the species. For the 'proper' does ~not belong to the 311 1, 77 | accident denominates its proper subject. Now the same ~is 312 1, 77 | sensation is an operation proper ~to the soul, just as understanding 313 1, 77 | subject is the cause of its proper accidents; whence also it 314 1, 77 | produces it. This I ~say of the proper and "per se" accident; for 315 1, 77 | the ~active cause, of its proper accident. It is also as 316 1, 77 | OBJ 3: The emanation of proper accidents from their subject 317 1, 37 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~( 318 1, 37 | 1~Whether "Love" is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~ 319 1, 37 | seem that "Love" is not the proper name of the Holy ~Ghost. 320 1, 37 | and of all together, is a proper name of a person. Therefore ~ 321 1, 37 | name, "Love," is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~ 322 1, 37 | Therefore Love is not the proper name of the ~Holy Ghost.~ 323 1, 37 | taken personally it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost; ~ 324 1, 37 | Holy Ghost; ~as Word is the proper name of the Son.~Aquin.: 325 1, 38 | name?~(2) Whether it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost? ~( 326 1, 38 | 1~Whether "Gift" is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~ 327 1, 38 | seem that Gift is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost. ~ 328 1, 38 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every proper name of a person signifies 329 1, 38 | Therefore ~Gift is not a proper name of the Holy Ghost.~ 330 1, 38 | Therefore Gift is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~ 331 1, 38 | Holy Ghost ~receives His proper name from the fact that 332 1, 38 | Son. Therefore Gift is the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~ 333 1, 38 | personally in God, is the proper name of the ~Holy Ghost.~ 334 1, 39 | but ~from one nature being proper to both Father and Son."~ 335 1, 39 | But when we consider the proper way of expressing ourselves, ~ 336 1, 39 | signification, can, in its proper sense, stand for person, 337 1, 39 | common ~is prior to what is proper. Therefore the essential 338 1, 39 | essential attribute is in its proper concept ~prior to person, 339 1, 39 | he designates three names proper to the ~persons: the name 340 1, 39 | Father," the name "Image" proper to the Son ~(Q[35], A[2]), 341 1, 39 | Bounty" or "Gift," which is proper to the ~Holy Ghost (Q[38], 342 1, 39 | the "book of ~life" seems proper to the Son, as signifying " 343 1, 39 | Who is," appears to be ~proper to the Son; because if when 344 1, 39 | common to the Trinity, but is proper to the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 345 1, 41 | ascribe power to God in its proper sense of ~principle. And 346 1, 41 | ascribe power to God in its proper ~sense, but only after our 347 1, 41 | the three ~persons, but proper to the Father. Therefore 348 1, 41 | that is connoted, it is proper to the person of the ~Father.~ 349 1, 46 | to the whole Trinity, or proper to any ~one Person?~(7) 350 1, 46 | of creation, but to the ~proper concept of the object of 351 1, 46 | and hence it must be the proper effect of the first and 352 1, 46 | manifest that creation is ~the proper act of God alone.~Aquin.: 353 1, 46 | something participates the proper action of ~another, not 354 1, 46 | although creation is the proper act of the ~universal cause, 355 1, 46 | inasmuch as ~by something proper to itself it acts dispositively 356 1, 46 | nothing, according to what is ~proper to itself, it is used to 357 1, 46 | of a bench, which is the proper effect of the principal 358 1, 46 | principal agent. Now ~the proper effect of God creating is 359 1, 46 | 1/1~Whether to create is proper to any person?~Aquin.: SMT 360 1, 46 | would seem that to create is proper to some Person. For what ~ 361 1, 46 | Hence to create is not proper to any one Person, but is ~ 362 1, 46 | which brings things to their proper end, ~and the giving of 363 1, 46 | does ~not suffice, but a proper agent is required, in the 364 1, 48 | things comes from their proper ~forms. Therefore the distinction 365 1, 50 | cause drawing it out of its proper disposition. For a heavy ~ 366 1, 50 | privation of order to the proper end; since not only the 367 1, 50 | a thing, but not in the ~proper effect of the agent, sometimes 368 1, 50 | there is a defect in the proper effect of the fire - as, 369 1, 50 | actually subject itself to its proper rule. This defect, however, 370 1, 50 | above their own contrary proper causes; as ~above the contrary 371 1, 51 | and failing to make a proper distinction between sense 372 1, 51 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the proper effect of the separate substances 373 1, 51 | the undetermined, and the proper than the common, but not ~ 374 1, 52 | from a united mover is a proper function of ~life; but the 375 1, 53 | devoid of quantity, the proper ~difference of which is 376 1, 53 | continuous; ~for this is proper to a located body which 377 1, 55 | account it is said ~that each proper act responds to its proper 378 1, 55 | proper act responds to its proper power. But in every creature ~ 379 1, 55 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the proper function of the passive 380 1, 55 | whereas to enlighten is the proper function of the active ~ 381 1, 55 | sure apprehension of its ~proper sensible object, it is a 382 1, 56 | angels, according to the ~proper nature of a mind, know the 383 1, 56 | genus and species. This is ~proper to the Divine essence, which 384 1, 56 | according to their own proper formality - because the 385 1, 56 | which proceeds whatever is ~proper or common to anything. Therefore 386 1, 56 | anything. Therefore God has a proper knowledge of all ~things 387 1, 56 | the same cannot be the proper type of many. But if the ~ 388 1, 56 | will not ~be able to have a proper knowledge of each; which 389 1, 56 | The same cannot be the proper and adequate type of several ~ 390 1, 56 | then it can be taken as the proper type and ~likeness of many. 391 1, 56 | which can be taken as the proper ~type and likeness of that 392 1, 56 | like fashion taken ~as the proper type of each thing contained 393 1, 56 | likened to It according to its proper type. The same applies to 394 1, 56 | known through it with a proper ~knowledge.~ 395 1, 58 | does sense regarding its proper ~sensible object. So therefore 396 1, 58 | which is higher than the proper sense, ~although it is but 397 1, 58 | On the contrary, What is proper to God does not belong to 398 1, 58 | to the angels. ~But it is proper to God to read the secrets 399 1, 59 | the sense ~regarding its proper object, as is said in De 400 1, 59 | angels know things in their proper nature. This cannot be ~ 401 1, 59 | their knowledge from the proper nature of ~things, so that 402 1, 59 | that when we say "in their ~proper nature" we refer to the 403 1, 59 | which things have in their proper ~nature, then the morning 404 1, 60 | distinction of common and proper does not ~differentiate 405 1, 60 | common idea. Just ~as if the proper object of the power of sight 406 1, 60 | and white: whereas if the proper object of any ~faculty were 407 1, 61 | with intellectual, which is proper to angels, as is said (Div. ~ 408 1, 61 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, it is proper to charity to love God more 409 1, 63 | to ~its mode. Now it is proper to the angelic nature to 410 1, 63 | ordained to good as to its proper object. ~Consequently the 411 1, 64 | itself, ~but not according to proper measure or rule; so that 412 1, 64 | desires such likeness in proper order, that is ~to say, 413 1, 64 | heaven and earth, which is proper to God; in which desire 414 1, 64 | own power, whereas this is proper to God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 415 1, 65 | Gen. ad lit. iv, 22), the proper ~knowledge of the angels 416 1, 65 | demons; for thus they are proper to the ~sensitive appetite, 417 1, 66 | exists for the sake ~of its proper act, as the eye for the 418 1, 66 | creature exists for ~its own proper act and perfection, and 419 1, 66 | matter obeys, as its own proper ~cause. To signify this, 420 1, 67 | actual being; which is ~the proper effect of an accidental 421 1, 67 | movement in a circle, which is proper to ~the heavenly bodies, 422 1, 68 | word light is used in its proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual 423 1, 68 | word "light" is used in its proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual 424 1, 68 | that "light" is used in its proper sense in ~spiritual things. 425 1, 68 | names are used in their proper sense ~in spiritual things. 426 1, 68 | Therefore light is used in its proper sense in ~spiritual matters.~ 427 1, 68 | fire existing in its own ~proper matter: just as fire in 428 1, 68 | days, and ~years" is due to proper movements.~Aquin.: SMT FP 429 1, 69 | it uses the word in its proper and natural meaning, when 430 1, 71 | perfection of a man lies in his proper parts ~and forms, and his 431 1, 71 | either for the sake of its proper act, or for ~other creatures, 432 1, 71 | universe by ~reason of their proper movement; and in this way 433 1, 72 | His creatures to the work proper ~to them, and thus He made 434 1, 73 | same time as the accident proper to it. The light and the 435 1, 73 | themselves existing under the proper forms, and ~the works that 436 1, 73 | from the first under their proper ~forms, another explanation 437 1, 73 | thirdly, their being in their proper nature, by the words, "He 438 1, 74 | the ~sensitive soul were proper to it, apart from the body; 439 1, 74 | performs the operations proper to a thing, is ~that thing; 440 1, 74 | operation of man, but not ~proper to him, it is clear that 441 1, 74 | supposing that sensation was ~proper to the soul, could maintain 442 1, 74 | stone ~absolutely, as to its proper formal idea, is in the intellectual 443 1, 74 | nothing is without its own proper operation. But the ~operation 444 1, 74 | operation. But the ~operation proper to the soul, which is to 445 1, 74 | through a phantasm is the proper operation of ~the soul by 446 1, 74 | thing is ordained to its proper end by the nature of its ~ 447 1, 75 | cannot be without its own proper matter. But the ~intellectual 448 1, 75 | by its operation. Now the proper ~operation of man as man 449 1, 75 | intellectual ~principle is the proper form of man.~Aquin.: SMT 450 1, 75 | light, when removed from its proper ~place, retaining meanwhile 451 1, 75 | and an inclination for its proper ~place; so the human soul 452 1, 75 | the human soul retains its proper existence when separated 453 1, 75 | actually but virtually. For the proper qualities of the elements 454 1, 75 | quality of the mixture is the proper disposition for the substantial 455 1, 75 | every form exists in ~its proper disposed matter. But dispositions 456 1, 75 | every "genus" follow its own proper accidents. Therefore ~as 457 1, 75 | of the body retains its proper action; ~although that which 458 1, 75 | essentially, as to ~its proper and proportionate perfectible; 459 1, 76 | of the species. For the 'proper' does ~not belong to the 460 1, 76 | accident denominates its proper subject. Now the same ~is 461 1, 76 | sensation is an operation proper ~to the soul, just as understanding 462 1, 76 | subject is the cause of its proper accidents; whence also it 463 1, 76 | produces it. This I ~say of the proper and "per se" accident; for 464 1, 76 | the ~active cause, of its proper accident. It is also as 465 1, 76 | OBJ 3: The emanation of proper accidents from their subject 466 1, 77 | qualities; but only ~for the proper disposition of the organ. 467 1, 77 | accidental sensibles" and "proper ~sensibles," which are the 468 1, 77 | objects of the senses. For the proper sensibles ~first, and of 469 1, 77 | divided according to its ~proper subject.~Aquin.: SMT FP 470 1, 77 | the quality which is its proper ~object. But the organ of 471 1, 77 | the quality which is its proper object, so that ~the tongue 472 1, 77 | not divided against the proper. ~Therefore the common sense 473 1, 77 | powers, in addition to the proper exterior senses.~Aquin.: 474 1, 77 | of ~apprehension when the proper and exterior sense suffices. 475 1, 77 | sense suffices. But the proper ~and exterior senses suffice 476 1, 77 | each ~sense judges of its proper object. In like manner they 477 1, 77 | of sensible forms, the "proper sense" ~and the "common 478 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The proper sense judges of the proper 479 1, 77 | proper sense judges of the proper sensible by ~discerning 480 1, 77 | this ~cannot be done by the proper sense, which only knows 481 1, 77 | excellence not to that which is proper to the sensitive part; but 482 1, 78 | of its nature, or of its proper inclination: as when ~water 483 1, 78 | naturally established in their ~proper genera and species: and 484 1, 78 | one is endowed with its proper powers derived from those 485 1, 78 | brutes. But reason, which is proper to man, whence he ~is called 486 1, 78 | which it demonstrates their proper accidents. ~On the other 487 1, 78 | differing ~according to their proper genera, nevertheless agree 488 1, 79 | is not divided from the proper. But each ~power of the 489 1, 79 | things apprehended, as their ~proper objects.~Aquin.: SMT FP 490 1, 80 | the serpent, in what is proper ~to it as a sensitive power. 491 1, 81 | will. Therefore, since the ~proper nature of a power is in 492 1, 81 | directed to some suitable good ~proper to it, as sight is directed 493 1, 81 | concupiscible regards as proper to it ~the notion of good, 494 1, 82 | 1/1~I answer that, The proper act of free-will is choice: 495 1, 82 | of this is because the ~proper object of choice is the 496 1, 83 | science (which knowledge is proper to ~natural science), and 497 1, 83 | material things. Now this is proper to ~God, that His Essence 498 1, 83 | intellectual soul, for the latter's proper operation which is to ~understand: 499 1, 83 | that the sense has not its proper ~operation without the cooperation 500 1, 83 | thing known. Wherefore the proper object of the angelic intellect, ~


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