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1 1, 1 | For man should not seek to know what is above ~reason: " 2 1, 1 | OBJ 1: Although we cannot know in what consists the essence 3 1, 1 | which they were able to know the truth by natural reason, 4 1, 2 | not to those who do not know the meaning of the predicate 5 1, 2 | Now because we do not know the essence of God, the ~ 6 1, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To know that God exists in a general 7 1, 2 | This, however, is not to know absolutely that God ~exists; 8 1, 2 | God ~exists; just as to know that someone is approaching 9 1, 2 | approaching is not the same as to ~know that Peter is approaching, 10 1, 2 | demonstration. But we ~cannot know in what God's essence consists, 11 1, 2 | the first thing we must know of ~anything is whether 12 1, 2 | them we ~cannot perfectly know God as He is in His essence.~ 13 1, 3 | existence, in order that we may ~know its essence. Now, because 14 1, 3 | Now, because we cannot know what God is, but rather ~ 15 1, 3 | Hell, and how wilt thou know? The measure of Him is ~ 16 1, 3 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, we can know "whether" God exists as 17 1, 3 | A[2]); but we cannot know "what" He is. Therefore 18 1, 3 | in ~the second sense. We know that this proposition which 19 1, 3 | is," is true; and this we know from His effects (Q[2], ~ 20 1, 6 | because all things do not know Him; and nothing is ~desired 21 1, 6 | things which desire God, some know Him as He is ~Himself, and 22 1, 6 | rational creature; others know some ~participation of His 23 1, 10 | eternal life, that they ~may know Thee the only true God," 24 1, 12 | by natural reason we can know God in this life?~(13) Whether 25 1, 12 | man a natural desire ~to know the cause of any effect 26 1, 12 | intellect can be proportioned to know God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 27 1, 12 | For it is written: "We know that when He shall appear, ~ 28 1, 12 | says (De Trin. v): "When we know God, some ~likeness of God 29 1, 12 | eternal life, that they may ~know Thee the only true God," 30 1, 12 | in individual matter we know naturally, ~forasmuch as 31 1, 12 | as our soul, whereby we know, is the form of certain 32 1, 12 | follows therefore that to know self-subsistent being is ~ 33 1, 12 | to an angel - namely, ~to know Him by His own likeness 34 1, 12 | the angel himself. But to ~know God by any created similitude 35 1, 12 | created similitude is not to know the essence of God, as ~ 36 1, 12 | follow that an angel can know ~the essence of God by his 37 1, 12 | sight cannot in any way know abstractedly what it knows 38 1, 12 | by grace be raised up to ~know separate subsisting substance, 39 1, 12 | eternal life, that they may know Thee the only true ~God," 40 1, 12 | no created intellect can know God infinitely. For the ~ 41 1, 12 | any created intellect to ~know God in an infinite degree. 42 1, 12 | to enable the ~knower to know infinitely; thus, for instance, 43 1, 12 | although he himself ~does not know it as demonstrated.~Aquin.: 44 1, 12 | creature naturally desires to know all ~things. Therefore if 45 1, 12 | in seeing God it does not know all things, its ~natural 46 1, 12 | essence of God; and yet do not know ~all things. For as Dionysius 47 1, 12 | essence of ~God, does not know all things.~Aquin.: SMT 48 1, 12 | And so an intellect can know all the effects of a ~cause 49 1, 12 | intellect in seeing ~God can know all that God does or can 50 1, 12 | can do any intellect can know the ~more, the more perfectly 51 1, 12 | rational creature is to know ~everything that belongs 52 1, 12 | will see in God. But to know other singulars, ~their 53 1, 12 | again, does it desire to know things that exist not as 54 1, 12 | knoweth Thee although he know not these. And ~whoso knoweth 55 1, 12 | him in his image. Hence to know things thus by their ~likeness 56 1, 12 | the one who knows, is to know them in themselves or in 57 1, 12 | own nature; whereas to know them by their similitudes 58 1, 12 | but we shall see ~all we know at one glance."~Aquin.: 59 1, 12 | whereof, we ourselves cannot know many things all ~at once, 60 1, 12 | knowledge, whereby they know ~things by diverse ideas 61 1, 12 | them, the angels do not know all things ~simultaneously, 62 1, 12 | Further, that wherein we know all other things, and whereby 63 1, 12 | itself to us. But even now we know all ~things in God; for 64 1, 12 | participation of His light, we know and ~judge all things; for 65 1, 12 | natural reason we cannot know God in this life. ~For Boethius 66 1, 12 | reason cannot attain to know Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 67 1, 12 | incorporeal. Therefore we cannot know God by natural knowledge.~ 68 1, 12 | from them so far as to know of God "whether He exists," 69 1, 12 | whether He exists," and to know of ~Him what must necessarily 70 1, 12 | Body Para. 2/2~Hence we know that His relationship with 71 1, 12 | to simple form, so as to know "what ~it is"; but it can 72 1, 12 | what ~it is"; but it can know "whether it is."~Aquin.: 73 1, 12 | that only the pure should know truth.' For it can be answered ~ 74 1, 12 | many who are not pure can know many truths," i.e. by natural 75 1, 12 | veils." Therefore we cannot know God ~more fully by grace 76 1, 12 | in this life we cannot ~know of God "what He is," and 77 1, 12 | to one unknown; ~still we know Him more fully according 78 1, 13 | essence of ~God; but we know God from creatures as their 79 1, 13 | Reply OBJ 2: Because we know and name God from creatures, 80 1, 13 | our intellect ~does not know Him in this life as He is.~ 81 1, 13 | so far as our intellects know Him. Now ~since our intellect 82 1, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: We cannot know the essence of God in this 83 1, 13 | really is in Himself; but we know Him accordingly as He is 84 1, 13 | anything accordingly as we know it, since ~"names", as the 85 1, 13 | signs of ideas." But we know ~creatures before we know 86 1, 13 | know ~creatures before we know God. Therefore the names 87 1, 13 | us to creatures which we know first. Hence they ~have 88 1, 13 | Nevertheless it is necessary to know that since relation has ~ 89 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: To know whether relations are simultaneous 90 1, 13 | thing is named by us as we know it. But the divine ~nature 91 1, 13 | the same thing. For as we know substance from its properties ~ 92 1, 13 | effects. Hence because we can know ~what stone is in itself 93 1, 13 | definition of stone, ~by which we know what it is, for the idea 94 1, 13 | divine effects we cannot know the divine nature in itself, 95 1, 13 | nature in itself, so as to know what it is; but ~only by 96 1, 13 | lions metaphorically. ~To know, however, what names are 97 1, 13 | signify what he does not know. But the heathen does ~not 98 1, 13 | But the heathen does ~not know the divine nature. So when 99 1, 13 | the meaning of which we know not.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] 100 1, 13 | Now ~our intellect cannot know the essence of God itself 101 1, 13 | To ~prove this we must know that in every true affirmative 102 1, 14 | Anima ii ~that plants do not know, because they are wholly 103 1, 14 | essence. Therefore He does not know His own essence.~Aquin.: 104 1, 14 | why we actually feel or know a thing is because our ~ 105 1, 14 | acts of organs, do not ~know themselves, as in the case 106 1, 14 | faculties which are subsisting, know themselves; hence it is ~ 107 1, 14 | seems that God does not know things besides Himself. 108 1, 14 | Therefore He does not know things other than Himself.~ 109 1, 14 | God must necessarily know things other than ~Himself. 110 1, 14 | Para. 2/3~Now in order to know how God knows things other 111 1, 14 | seems that God does not know things other than Himself 112 1, 14 | universal cause. This is to know them by general, and not 113 1, 14 | follows that He ~does not know what the creature is in 114 1, 14 | in its essence, so as to know "what it ~is," which is 115 1, 14 | seems that ~He does not know each thing by its proper 116 1, 14 | general knowledge; for to know things ~otherwise than by 117 1, 14 | knowledge of things is to know them ~not only in general, 118 1, 14 | But this cannot be. For to know a thing in general and not 119 1, 14 | centre knew itself, ~it would know all lines that proceed from 120 1, 14 | light knew ~itself, it would know all colors.~Aquin.: SMT 121 1, 14 | being, and far more, God can know ~in Himself all of them 122 1, 14 | God could not be said to know Himself perfectly unless 123 1, 14 | others. ~Neither could He know the very nature of being 124 1, 14 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: So to know a thing as it is in the 125 1, 14 | the knower does not always know the object known according 126 1, 14 | since the eye does not know a stone ~according to the 127 1, 14 | discursive knowledge is to know the effect through its ~ 128 1, 14 | creature more perfectly than we know it. ~But we know the effects 129 1, 14 | than we know it. ~But we know the effects in their created 130 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: God does not know by their cause, known, as 131 1, 14 | because they are, ~does God know all creatures spiritual 132 1, 14 | will be; and God is said to know all these ~with the knowledge 133 1, 14 | seems that God does not know evil things. For the Philosopher ~( 134 1, 14 | in potentiality does ~not know privation. But "evil is 135 1, 14 | seems that God does not know evil things.~Aquin.: SMT 136 1, 14 | Therefore God does not know evil things.~Aquin.: SMT 137 1, 14 | Therefore God ~does not know evil things.~Aquin.: SMT 138 1, 14 | Therefore God does not know evil ~things.~Aquin.: SMT 139 1, 14 | a thing perfectly, must know all that can ~be accidental 140 1, 14 | accidental. Hence God would not know good things ~perfectly, 141 1, 14 | in potentiality, does not know privation ~by privation 142 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: To know a thing by something else 143 1, 14 | seems that God does not know singular things. For the 144 1, 14 | its immateriality does not know singular things; ~but as 145 1, 14 | Therefore God does not know singular things.~Aquin.: 146 1, 14 | us those faculties alone know the singular, which ~receive 147 1, 14 | Therefore God does not know singular things.~Aquin.: 148 1, 14 | act. Therefore God cannot know singular things.~Aquin.: 149 1, 14 | foregoing (Q[4], A[2]). Now to know singular things is part 150 1, 14 | perfection. Hence God must know singular things. Even the 151 1, 14 | most ignorant if He did not know discord. Now the ~perfections 152 1, 14 | although by one faculty we know the universal and ~immaterial, 153 1, 14 | immaterial, and by another we know singular and material things, ~ 154 1, 14 | of that kind, would not know him in so far as he is this ~ 155 1, 14 | aforesaid mode, God would not know ~singular things in their 156 1, 14 | account our intellect does not know the singular. But the ~intelligible 157 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Whether God can know infinite things?~Aquin.: 158 1, 14 | It seems that God cannot know infinite things. For the 159 1, 14 | of ~parts. Therefore to know the infinite according to 160 1, 14 | mode of the ~infinite is to know part after part; and in 161 1, 14 | outside. But God does not know the infinite or ~infinite 162 1, 14 | even what we ourselves know, must necessarily be; and, 163 1, 14 | certain, forasmuch as we know future contingent ~things 164 1, 14 | seems that God does not know enunciable things. For to 165 1, 14 | enunciable things. For to know ~enunciable things belongs 166 1, 14 | Therefore God does ~not know enunciable things.~Aquin.: 167 1, 14 | Therefore God does not know enunciable things.~Aquin.: 168 1, 14 | whatever God can make, He can know. But God can make ~more 169 1, 14 | He does. Therefore He can know more than He knows. Thus 170 1, 14 | be born. But He does not know ~now that Christ will be 171 1, 14 | Therefore God does not know everything He once knew; 172 1, 14 | not follow ~that He can know more than He knows, unless 173 1, 14 | according to which He is said to know those things ~which are 174 1, 14 | which God did not previously know, and afterwards knew, then 175 1, 14 | be granted that God ~can know more than He knows; because 176 1, 14 | first of all He did not know, and then afterwards knew.~ 177 1, 14 | of operation, but only to know (how to do it), this would 178 1, 14 | the mode; for whatever we know ~speculatively in things 179 1, 14 | every way perfect, He must know what is operable by Him, 180 1, 15 | vii), that God does not know things by ideas. But ideas 181 1, 15 | A[5]). But He does not know Himself through an idea; 182 1, 16 | who is willing and able to know," for hence it ~would follow 183 1, 16 | true, unless someone could know it. ~Therefore he defines 184 1, 16 | and thing; and hence to know this conformity is ~to know 185 1, 16 | know this conformity is ~to know truth. But in no way can 186 1, 16 | But in no way can sense know this. For although sight 187 1, 16 | visible thing, yet it does not know the comparison ~which exists 188 1, 16 | it. But the intellect can know its own conformity with 189 1, 16 | but it does not thereby know or affirm truth. ~This is 190 1, 17 | are ~affected, I do not know what more we can require 191 1, 17 | way as that the senses ~know truth, but in so far as 192 1, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to know God is an operation. But 193 1, 18 | eternal life, that they ~may know Thee, the only true God." 194 1, 18 | the active, and thus to know God is said to be life ~ 195 1, 18 | whose province it is to know the proportion between the 196 1, 19 | for him, though he did not know it before; hence we take 197 1, 19 | take counsel in ~order to know what is good for us. Now 198 1, 19 | not put into act what we know, unless we will ~to do so. 199 1, 20 | images of things within us, know things existing ~in themselves.~ 200 1, 20 | But God is not said to know some things more ~than others; 201 1, 20 | which God may be ~said to know or will more or less, as 202 1, 22 | ignorant of some things than to know them, for example, vile 203 1, 22 | is better for us not to know low and vile things, ~because 204 1, 23 | that is of God: that we may know the things that are given 205 1, 26 | knoweth Thee, though he ~know nought else." But as regards 206 1, 27 | Ghost it is also said, "Know you not that your members ~ 207 1, 27 | show the same, whereby we know that the ~Father is not 208 1, 31 | Father, said: "That they may know Thee, the only true God" ( 209 1, 31 | alone knows the Son. But to know the ~Son is common (to the 210 1, 32 | 5), "It is impossible to know the secret of generation. 211 1, 32 | Since, therefore, man cannot know, and with his understanding 212 1, 32 | by natural reason we can know of God that ~only which 213 1, 32 | by natural reason we can know what ~belongs to the unity 214 1, 32 | The philosophers did not know the mystery of the trinity 215 1, 32 | the proper idea whereby we know a divine ~Person. Now the 216 1, 34 | how this is true, we must know that our own word taken 217 1, 34 | by God. But God does not know beings only; ~He knows also 218 1, 34 | abides in the agent - as to know and to will: such are not 219 1, 37 | three Wisdoms, but one; I know not ~why the Father, Son 220 1, 37 | 2/3~To see this we must know that since as shown above ( 221 1, 38 | proceeding, so as freely to ~know God truly and to love God 222 1, 38 | In proof of this we must know that a gift is properly 223 1, 40 | essence, we must seek to ~know the principle of distinction 224 1, 43 | have ~prophecy, and should know all mysteries, and all knowledge, 225 1, 44 | God, for all do not even know Him. Therefore God is not 226 1, 49 | In proof of this, we must know that evil is caused in the 227 1, 49 | particular effects, they did not know how to reduce these ~contrary 228 1, 50 | true, to the effect that we know earth ~by earth, and fire 229 1, 50 | sensible things can we come to know ~intelligible ones.~Aquin.: 230 1, 51 | Medes?" he ~answered: "I know it; and I have often walked 231 1, 54 | have experience when we know ~single objects through 232 1, 54 | senses: the angels likewise know single ~objects, as we shall 233 1, 55 | inquiry:~(1) Do the angels know everything by their substance, 234 1, 55 | 3) Do the higher angels know by more universal species 235 1, 55 | 1/1~Whether the angels know all things by their substance?~ 236 1, 55 | would seem that the angels know all things by their substance. ~ 237 1, 55 | proper nature of a mind, know the things which are happening 238 1, 55 | things." Therefore they know by the forms of ~things, 239 1, 55 | essence. But an angel cannot know all things by his essence; 240 1, 55 | some species in order to know things. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 241 1, 55 | all things which they can ~know naturally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 242 1, 55 | generically; because to know anything generically is, 243 1, 55 | therefore, the higher ~angels know by more universal species 244 1, 55 | lower intelligences to know by many forms what God knows 245 1, 55 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To know anything universally can 246 1, 55 | of the thing is known. To know a thing thus is something 247 1, 55 | way it is more perfect to know a thing in the ~universal; 248 1, 55 | one universal medium can know each ~of the things which 249 1, 56 | inquiry: ~(1) Does an angel know himself?~(2) Does one angel 250 1, 56 | himself?~(2) Does one angel know another?~(3) Does the angel 251 1, 56 | another?~(3) Does the angel know God by his own natural principles?~ 252 1, 56 | seem that an angel does not know himself. For Dionysius ~ 253 1, 56 | that "the angels do not know their own powers" (Coel. 254 1, 56 | Therefore an angel ~does not know his own essence.~Aquin.: 255 1, 56 | intellectual, no angel can know himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 256 1, 56 | furthermore they do not know their own powers." Although 257 1, 56 | that the ~angels do not know their own power perfectly; 258 1, 56 | that one angel does not know another. For the ~Philosopher 259 1, 56 | Therefore one angel does not know another.~Aquin.: SMT FP 260 1, 56 | higher angels could not know the lower, ~from whom they 261 1, 56 | impressed ~species he might know corporeal and spiritual 262 1, 56 | does not lead one angel to ~know another, except on account 263 1, 56 | will suffice for one to know another.~Aquin.: SMT FP 264 1, 56 | seem that the angels cannot know God by their natural ~principles. 265 1, 56 | appears that an ~angel cannot know God by his natural principles.~ 266 1, 56 | Therefore the angels cannot know God ~by their natural powers.~ 267 1, 56 | knowledge than men. Yet men ~can know God through their natural 268 1, 56 | the knowledge whereby we know God while we are ~on earth, 269 1, 57 | 1) Whether the angels know the natures of material 270 1, 57 | things?~(2) Whether they know single things?~(3) Whether 271 1, 57 | things?~(3) Whether they know the future?~(4) Whether 272 1, 57 | future?~(4) Whether they know secret thoughts?~(5) Whether 273 1, 57 | thoughts?~(5) Whether they know all mysteries of grace?~ 274 1, 57 | 1/1~Whether the angels know material things?~Aquin.: 275 1, 57 | seem that the angels do not know material things. For ~the 276 1, 57 | Therefore the angels do not know material things.~Aquin.: 277 1, 57 | Therefore the angels cannot know material things.~Aquin.: 278 1, 57 | Therefore angels do not know material things.~Aquin.: 279 1, 57 | inferior ~to the angel's, can know material things. Therefore 280 1, 57 | essence, so do the ~angels know them, forasmuch as they 281 1, 57 | seem that angels do not know singulars. For the ~Philosopher 282 1, 57 | Consequently they do not know ~singulars.~Aquin.: SMT 283 1, 57 | Therefore the ~angel cannot know singulars.~Aquin.: SMT FP 284 1, 57 | Further, if an angel does know singulars, it is either 285 1, 57 | Therefore the angel does ~not know singulars.~Aquin.: SMT FP 286 1, 57 | can guard what he does not know. But angels ~guard individual 287 1, 57 | Consequently the angels know singulars.~Aquin.: SMT FP 288 1, 57 | implications; because, to know a singular, merely in ~its 289 1, 57 | universal causes, is not to know it as singular, that is, 290 1, 57 | universal; yet he does not know it as taking place now, 291 1, 57 | the intellect, does not know. Hence Aristotle pronounces 292 1, 57 | much as He causes, does He know; for ~His knowledge is the 293 1, 57 | imparted to them do the angels know things, not only as to their ~ 294 1, 57 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Angels know singulars by universal forms, 295 1, 57 | Para. 1/1~Whether angels know the future?~Aquin.: SMT 296 1, 57 | would seem that the angels know future events. For angels 297 1, 57 | knowledge than men. But some men know many future events. ~Therefore 298 1, 57 | appears that the ~angels know indifferently things past, 299 1, 57 | reason of place. But angels know things which are distant ~ 300 1, 57 | Therefore they likewise know things distant according ~ 301 1, 57 | belong to the angels. But to know future events is the exclusive ~ 302 1, 57 | hereafter, and we shall know that ye are gods." Therefore 303 1, 57 | Therefore the ~angels do not know future events.~Aquin.: SMT 304 1, 57 | known in themselves. To know the future ~in this way 305 1, 57 | alone; and not merely to know those events ~which happen 306 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: Men cannot know future things except in 307 1, 57 | s revelation. The angels know the future in the same way, 308 1, 57 | Para. 1/1~Whether angels know secret thoughts?~Aquin.: 309 1, 57 | would seem that the angels know secret thoughts. For Gregory ~( 310 1, 57 | seems that an angel can know the thoughts of the intellect.~ 311 1, 57 | and unsearchable; who can ~know it? I am the Lord, Who search 312 1, 57 | Therefore angels do not ~know the secrets of hearts.~Aquin.: 313 1, 57 | and thus God alone can know the ~thoughts of hearts 314 1, 57 | therefore, the angels know corporeal things and their 315 1, 57 | dispositions, they ~can thereby know what is passing in the appetite 316 1, 57 | angels do ~not necessarily know the movement of the sensitive 317 1, 57 | 1/1~Whether the angels know the mysteries of grace?~ 318 1, 57 | would seem that the angels know mysteries of grace. For, 319 1, 57 | Therefore the angels know the mysteries of grace.~ 320 1, 57 | essence. Therefore they know the mysteries of grace.~ 321 1, 57 | prophets." Therefore angels know ~the mysteries of grace.~ 322 1, 57 | Therefore the angels do not ~know mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: 323 1, 57 | knowledge the angels cannot know ~mysteries of grace. For 324 1, 57 | Word. By ~such vision they know mysteries of grace, but 325 1, 57 | mysteries: nor do ~they all know them equally; but just as 326 1, 57 | not necessary for them to know ~everything hidden in it.~ 327 1, 57 | which the prophets did not know. Thus we ~read (Eph. 3:4, 328 1, 57 | what the former did not know; according to Ps. ~118:100: " 329 1, 58 | have, whoever desires to know anything is in potentiality 330 1, 58 | it may happen ~that we know many things, but understand 331 1, 58 | through the ~Word, they know all things under one intelligible 332 1, 58 | regards such knowledge, they know all ~things at once: just 333 1, 58 | knowledge wherewith the angels know things by ~innate species, 334 1, 58 | species, they can at one time know all things which can be ~ 335 1, 58 | another. But the angels know one thing through another; 336 1, 58 | through another; for they ~know creatures through the Word. 337 1, 58 | intellect can syllogize, and know causes in effects; all of ~ 338 1, 58 | in the truths which ~they know naturally, they at once 339 1, 58 | And in this way the angels know things in ~the Word.~Aquin.: 340 1, 58 | similitude, forasmuch as they know sensible things which are 341 1, 58 | 2]). ~Therefore he must know affirmation and negation 342 1, 58 | speech, shows that they know both composition and division: 343 1, 58 | division: yet not that ~they know by composing and dividing, 344 1, 58 | grasped at ~all, and so we know nothing respecting them; 345 1, 58 | essence of a thing they know everything that can be said 346 1, 58 | in ~their principle, they know all things. Consequently 347 1, 58 | that by ~which the angels know things in their proper nature. 348 1, 58 | angels in so far as they know the being of things which 349 1, 58 | Body Para. 2/2~Now they know this through a twofold medium, 350 1, 58 | beholding the Word, ~they know not merely the being of 351 1, 58 | angels ~behold the Word, they know the being which things have 352 1, 58 | through innate ideas they know the being ~which things 353 1, 59 | knowledge; not ~that they know the aspect of goodness, 354 1, 59 | angels by their intellect know the ~universal aspect of 355 1, 59 | discursion reason comes to know what intellect learns without 356 1, 59 | and bad things, for they know both. ~Therefore the will 357 1, 59 | every truth which he can know naturally. ~But the act 358 1, 60 | to everything they can ~know, as our intellect is disposed 359 1, 60 | principles, which it can ~know naturally. Now love follows 360 1, 60 | But an angel does ~not know another as he knows himself: 361 1, 60 | thus one ~angel does not know another as himself, because 362 1, 60 | not behold ~His essence, know Him by some particular effects, 363 1, 62 | like ~manner, an angel can know God by His essence, and 364 1, 62 | at the same time he can know God by his own ~essence, 365 1, 64 | they would most of all know themselves; which is to 366 1, 64 | themselves; which is to know separated ~substances. But 367 1, 64 | But ~the demons cannot know God, Who is most manifest 368 1, 64 | Therefore neither can they know other ~things.~Aquin.: SMT 369 1, 64 | either naturally, ~as we know first principles; or by 370 1, 64 | from someone else, as we ~know by learning; or by long 371 1, 64 | Now, the demons cannot know the truth by their own nature, ~ 372 1, 64 | one separate substance to know ~another; as it is natural 373 1, 64 | it is natural for us to know sensible natures. Hence, 374 1, 64 | angel can of his own nature know God's ~substance. Yet on 375 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 5: The demons know a truth in three ways: first 376 1, 64 | by others: thirdly, they know by ~long experience; not 377 1, 64 | individual things, they know some things as present, 378 1, 64 | they ~previously did not know would come to pass, as we 379 1, 64 | truth, ~saying to Christ: "I know Who Thou art, the holy one 380 1, 64 | the less; ~because they know that such confinement is 381 1, 74 | angelic mind; which can ~know many things at the same 382 1, 75 | are formed in ~order to know all bodies.~Aquin.: SMT 383 1, 75 | body it would be unable to know all bodies. Now ~every body 384 1, 75 | individuals, and so it would only know the individual: just as 385 1, 75 | The senses indeed do not know existence, except under 386 1, 77 | Whereas the mind can ~love and know other things" (De Trin. 387 1, 77 | act. Wherefore we seek ~to know the nature of a power from 388 1, 37 | three Wisdoms, but one; I know not ~why the Father, Son 389 1, 37 | 2/3~To see this we must know that since as shown above ( 390 1, 38 | proceeding, so as freely to ~know God truly and to love God 391 1, 38 | In proof of this we must know that a gift is properly 392 1, 40 | essence, we must seek to ~know the principle of distinction 393 1, 43 | have ~prophecy, and should know all mysteries, and all knowledge, 394 1, 45 | God, for all do not even know Him. Therefore God is not 395 1, 50 | In proof of this, we must know that evil is caused in the 396 1, 50 | particular effects, they did not know how to reduce these ~contrary 397 1, 51 | true, to the effect that we know earth ~by earth, and fire 398 1, 51 | sensible things can we come to know ~intelligible ones.~Aquin.: 399 1, 52 | Medes?" he ~answered: "I know it; and I have often walked 400 1, 55 | have experience when we know ~single objects through 401 1, 55 | senses: the angels likewise know single ~objects, as we shall 402 1, 56 | inquiry:~(1) Do the angels know everything by their substance, 403 1, 56 | 3) Do the higher angels know by more universal species 404 1, 56 | 1/1~Whether the angels know all things by their substance?~ 405 1, 56 | would seem that the angels know all things by their substance. ~ 406 1, 56 | proper nature of a mind, know the things which are happening 407 1, 56 | things." Therefore they know by the forms of ~things, 408 1, 56 | essence. But an angel cannot know all things by his essence; 409 1, 56 | some species in order to know things. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 410 1, 56 | all things which they can ~know naturally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 411 1, 56 | generically; because to know anything generically is, 412 1, 56 | therefore, the higher ~angels know by more universal species 413 1, 56 | lower intelligences to know by many forms what God knows 414 1, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To know anything universally can 415 1, 56 | of the thing is known. To know a thing thus is something 416 1, 56 | way it is more perfect to know a thing in the ~universal; 417 1, 56 | one universal medium can know each ~of the things which 418 1, 57 | inquiry: ~(1) Does an angel know himself?~(2) Does one angel 419 1, 57 | himself?~(2) Does one angel know another?~(3) Does the angel 420 1, 57 | another?~(3) Does the angel know God by his own natural principles?~ 421 1, 57 | seem that an angel does not know himself. For Dionysius ~ 422 1, 57 | that "the angels do not know their own powers" (Coel. 423 1, 57 | Therefore an angel ~does not know his own essence.~Aquin.: 424 1, 57 | intellectual, no angel can know himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 425 1, 57 | furthermore they do not know their own powers." Although 426 1, 57 | that the ~angels do not know their own power perfectly; 427 1, 57 | that one angel does not know another. For the ~Philosopher 428 1, 57 | Therefore one angel does not know another.~Aquin.: SMT FP 429 1, 57 | higher angels could not know the lower, ~from whom they 430 1, 57 | impressed ~species he might know corporeal and spiritual 431 1, 57 | does not lead one angel to ~know another, except on account 432 1, 57 | will suffice for one to know another.~Aquin.: SMT FP 433 1, 57 | seem that the angels cannot know God by their natural ~principles. 434 1, 57 | appears that an ~angel cannot know God by his natural principles.~ 435 1, 57 | Therefore the angels cannot know God ~by their natural powers.~ 436 1, 57 | knowledge than men. Yet men ~can know God through their natural 437 1, 57 | the knowledge whereby we know God while we are ~on earth, 438 1, 58 | 1) Whether the angels know the natures of material 439 1, 58 | things?~(2) Whether they know single things?~(3) Whether 440 1, 58 | things?~(3) Whether they know the future?~(4) Whether 441 1, 58 | future?~(4) Whether they know secret thoughts?~(5) Whether 442 1, 58 | thoughts?~(5) Whether they know all mysteries of grace?~ 443 1, 58 | 1/1~Whether the angels know material things?~Aquin.: 444 1, 58 | seem that the angels do not know material things. For ~the 445 1, 58 | Therefore the angels do not know material things.~Aquin.: 446 1, 58 | Therefore the angels cannot know material things.~Aquin.: 447 1, 58 | Therefore angels do not know material things.~Aquin.: 448 1, 58 | inferior ~to the angel's, can know material things. Therefore 449 1, 58 | essence, so do the ~angels know them, forasmuch as they 450 1, 58 | seem that angels do not know singulars. For the ~Philosopher 451 1, 58 | Consequently they do not know ~singulars.~Aquin.: SMT 452 1, 58 | Therefore the ~angel cannot know singulars.~Aquin.: SMT FP 453 1, 58 | Further, if an angel does know singulars, it is either 454 1, 58 | Therefore the angel does ~not know singulars.~Aquin.: SMT FP 455 1, 58 | can guard what he does not know. But angels ~guard individual 456 1, 58 | Consequently the angels know singulars.~Aquin.: SMT FP 457 1, 58 | implications; because, to know a singular, merely in ~its 458 1, 58 | universal causes, is not to know it as singular, that is, 459 1, 58 | universal; yet he does not know it as taking place now, 460 1, 58 | the intellect, does not know. Hence Aristotle pronounces 461 1, 58 | much as He causes, does He know; for ~His knowledge is the 462 1, 58 | imparted to them do the angels know things, not only as to their ~ 463 1, 58 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Angels know singulars by universal forms, 464 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~Whether angels know the future?~Aquin.: SMT 465 1, 58 | would seem that the angels know future events. For angels 466 1, 58 | knowledge than men. But some men know many future events. ~Therefore 467 1, 58 | appears that the ~angels know indifferently things past, 468 1, 58 | reason of place. But angels know things which are distant ~ 469 1, 58 | Therefore they likewise know things distant according ~ 470 1, 58 | belong to the angels. But to know future events is the exclusive ~ 471 1, 58 | hereafter, and we shall know that ye are gods." Therefore 472 1, 58 | Therefore the ~angels do not know future events.~Aquin.: SMT 473 1, 58 | known in themselves. To know the future ~in this way 474 1, 58 | alone; and not merely to know those events ~which happen 475 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 1: Men cannot know future things except in 476 1, 58 | s revelation. The angels know the future in the same way, 477 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~Whether angels know secret thoughts?~Aquin.: 478 1, 58 | would seem that the angels know secret thoughts. For Gregory ~( 479 1, 58 | seems that an angel can know the thoughts of the intellect.~ 480 1, 58 | and unsearchable; who can ~know it? I am the Lord, Who search 481 1, 58 | Therefore angels do not ~know the secrets of hearts.~Aquin.: 482 1, 58 | and thus God alone can know the ~thoughts of hearts 483 1, 58 | therefore, the angels know corporeal things and their 484 1, 58 | dispositions, they ~can thereby know what is passing in the appetite 485 1, 58 | angels do ~not necessarily know the movement of the sensitive 486 1, 58 | 1/1~Whether the angels know the mysteries of grace?~ 487 1, 58 | would seem that the angels know mysteries of grace. For, 488 1, 58 | Therefore the angels know the mysteries of grace.~ 489 1, 58 | essence. Therefore they know the mysteries of grace.~ 490 1, 58 | prophets." Therefore angels know ~the mysteries of grace.~ 491 1, 58 | Therefore the angels do not ~know mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: 492 1, 58 | knowledge the angels cannot know ~mysteries of grace. For 493 1, 58 | Word. By ~such vision they know mysteries of grace, but 494 1, 58 | mysteries: nor do ~they all know them equally; but just as 495 1, 58 | not necessary for them to know ~everything hidden in it.~ 496 1, 58 | which the prophets did not know. Thus we ~read (Eph. 3:4, 497 1, 58 | what the former did not know; according to Ps. ~118:100: " 498 1, 59 | have, whoever desires to know anything is in potentiality 499 1, 59 | it may happen ~that we know many things, but understand 500 1, 59 | through the ~Word, they know all things under one intelligible


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