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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | object of this science. The relation between a ~science and its 2 1, 3 | life" (Jn. ~14:6). Now the relation between Godhead and God 3 1, 3 | God is the same as the ~relation between life and a living 4 1, 5 | as ~implying some causal relation in God; for we name God, 5 1, 5 | in goodness, ~viz. by its relation to, or aptitude for, goodness. 6 1, 6 | called the supreme good in relation to others.~Aquin.: SMT FP 7 1, 6 | absolute thing, ~but only a relation. Now a relation of God to 8 1, 6 | but only a relation. Now a relation of God to creatures, is 9 1, 6 | knowable is so called with relation to knowledge, not that it 10 1, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the relation of time to succession is 11 1, 8 | succession is the same as the ~relation of place to permanence. 12 1, 12 | sense it means a certain ~relation of one quantity to another, 13 1, 12 | In another sense every relation of one ~thing to another 14 1, 13 | same with ~demonstration or relation. But none of these can be 15 1, 13 | nor can He be described by relation, inasmuch as ~relations 16 1, 13 | not; or expresses ~some relation, or something following 17 1, 13 | to God, or signifying His relation ~to creatures manifestly 18 1, 13 | creature from Him, or His relation to ~something else, or rather, 19 1, 13 | something else, or rather, the relation of creatures to Himself.~ 20 1, 13 | remove, or ~to express the relation of cause to creatures; for 21 1, 13 | of medicine ~and urine in relation and in proportion to health 22 1, 13 | is ~said according to the relation of a creature to God as 23 1, 13 | Whether names which imply relation to creatures are predicated 24 1, 13 | seems that names which imply relation to creatures are not ~predicated 25 1, 13 | temporally as implying ~relation to creatures, the same rule 26 1, 13 | of all things that imply ~relation to creatures. But some names 27 1, 13 | are spoken of God implying relation ~of God to creatures from 28 1, 13 | also other names implying ~relation to creatures, as "Lord" 29 1, 13 | names of this kind signify relation. Therefore that ~relation 30 1, 13 | relation. Therefore that ~relation must be something in God, 31 1, 13 | Lord" from the opposite relation which is in creatures; and ~ 32 1, 13 | opposite. Therefore the relation must be ~something in God 33 1, 13 | is called relative from relation; for instance ~lord from 34 1, 13 | whiteness. Therefore if the relation of ~lordship is not really 35 1, 13 | in ~nature. Therefore a relation can be predicated of God 36 1, 13 | The names which import relation to creatures are applied ~ 37 1, 13 | that some have said that relation is not a ~reality, but only 38 1, 13 | necessary to know that since relation has ~two extremes, it happens 39 1, 13 | happens in three ways that a relation is real or ~logical. Sometimes 40 1, 13 | 4/5~Again, sometimes a relation in one extreme may be a 41 1, 13 | science and in sense a real relation ~exists, because they are 42 1, 13 | in them there is no real relation to ~science and sense, but 43 1, 13 | on the right side; which relation is not ~really in the column, 44 1, 13 | in God there is no ~real relation to creatures, but a relation 45 1, 13 | relation to creatures, but a relation only in idea, inasmuch as ~ 46 1, 13 | these ~names which import relation to the creature from being 47 1, 13 | related to Him: and since the relation of subjection is ~real in 48 1, 13 | divine name seems to imply relation to creatures, ~for God is 49 1, 13 | name HE WHO IS ~imports no relation to creatures. Therefore 50 1, 13 | divine names should import ~relation to creatures, but it suffices 51 1, 14 | passive intellect has the same relation to intelligible objects 52 1, 14 | because He ~has the same relation in not exceeding His intellect, 53 1, 14 | intelligible form ~has a relation to opposite things (inasmuch 54 1, 14 | knowledge of vision which has relation only to things that ~are, 55 1, 14 | as a contingent cause has relation to opposite things: and 56 1, 14 | future contingent ~things in relation to their own causes.~Aquin.: 57 1, 14 | past, still it imports relation to the future. This however 58 1, 14 | it; for whatever has had relation to the future, ~must have 59 1, 14 | knowable. But whatever imports relation to the ~creature is applied 60 1, 14 | knowledge of God ~imports relation to creatures in so far as 61 1, 16 | in so far as it has some relation ~to the intellect. Now a 62 1, 16 | thing understood may be in relation to an ~intellect either 63 1, 16 | the notion of this truth, relation to our intellect; for ~what 64 1, 16 | they saw that truth implies relation to intellect, they were ~ 65 1, 16 | truth of things on their relation to our intellect. ~From 66 1, 16 | things consists in their relation to the divine ~intellect.~ 67 1, 16 | desirable, so the true adds relation to the ~intellect.~Aquin.: 68 1, 16 | xiv), that, "as is the relation ~of time to temporal things, 69 1, 16 | said to be true by their relation to the divine intellect.~ 70 1, 17 | since opposites ~stand in relation to the same thing, we must 71 1, 17 | falsity exists, except in relation to the ~intellect. And since 72 1, 17 | 1] Body Para. 3/3~But in relation to our intellect, natural 73 1, 19 | belongs to the intellect in relation to ~His will. About His 74 1, 19 | say that God exists, no relation to any other ~object is 75 1, 19 | absolutely necessary from the relation of the terms, as when the ~ 76 1, 19 | divine will ~has a necessary relation to the divine goodness, 77 1, 19 | other faculty has necessary ~relation to its proper and principal 78 1, 19 | cause has a non-necessary relation to ~an effect; owing to 79 1, 19 | power has a non-necessary relation to some contingent ~events 80 1, 19 | which it has no necessary relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 81 1, 19 | knowledge has a ~necessary relation to the thing known; not 82 1, 19 | Thirdly, it is shown by the relation of effects to their cause. 83 1, 19 | end stands in the same ~relation to the means to the end, 84 1, 19 | OBJ 2: Further, as is the relation of knowledge to truth, so 85 1, 22 | those things which have relation to both the intellect and 86 1, 23 | predestination ~implies a relation to grace, as of cause to 87 1, 23 | reprobation to have the same relation to the reprobates as predestination ~ 88 1, 24 | that they are to ~have some relation to eternal life, according 89 1, 24 | he begins again to have relation ~towards eternal life through 90 1, 25 | possible in two ways. First in relation to some power, thus ~whatever 91 1, 25 | absolutely, on account of the relation in which the very terms ~ 92 1, 25 | absolutely, according to the relation in which the very terms ~ 93 1, 27 | Divine Scripture uses, in relation to God, names which ~signify 94 1, 28 | Him. ~Therefore no real relation exists in God.~Aquin.: SMT 95 1, 28 | says (De Trin. iv) that, "Relation in the ~Trinity of the Father 96 1, 28 | the Holy Ghost, is the ~relation of the same to the same." 97 1, 28 | same to the same." But a relation of this kind is only a ~ 98 1, 28 | logical one; for every real relation requires and implies in 99 1, 28 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the relation of paternity is the relation 100 1, 28 | relation of paternity is the relation of a ~principle. But to 101 1, 28 | does not ~import any real relation, but only a logical one. 102 1, 28 | paternity in ~God is not a real relation; while the same applies 103 1, 28 | inherent in a subject. But relation in ~its own proper meaning 104 1, 28 | to another, signified by relation, is to be found only in 105 1, 28 | and this is a ~logical relation only; as, for instance, 106 1, 28 | comparison to that in which relation is inherent, but ~only as 107 1, 28 | did not wish to ~exclude relation in God; but he wished to 108 1, 28 | in the ~strict meaning of relation; but rather by way of relation 109 1, 28 | relation; but rather by way of relation to another.~Aquin.: SMT 110 1, 28 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The relation signified by the term "the 111 1, 28 | the same" is a logical ~relation only, if in regard to absolutely 112 1, 28 | same thing; because such a ~relation can exist only in a certain 113 1, 28 | the ~divine relations to a relation of identity, not in every 114 1, 28 | relations, as neither is it by relation of identity.~Aquin.: SMT 115 1, 28 | whole creation, nor does any relation to ~the creature arise from 116 1, 28 | Therefore there is no real ~relation in God to the creature; 117 1, 28 | creatures there is a real ~relation to God; because creatures 118 1, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether relation in God is the same as His 119 1, 28 | would seem that the divine relation is not the same as the ~ 120 1, 28 | substance." Therefore the relation is not the divine essence.~ 121 1, 28 | is something besides the relation expressed, as master is 122 1, 28 | be something else besides relation in God. This can only be 123 1, 28 | Therefore essence differs from relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 124 1, 28 | Further, the essence of relation is the being referred to ~ 125 1, 28 | says (Praedic. v). So if relation is the ~divine essence, 126 1, 28 | is essentially itself ~a relation to something else; whereas 127 1, 28 | Q[3], A[4]). Therefore relation is not the divine essence.~ 128 1, 28 | essence is a ~creature. But relation really belongs to God; and 129 1, 28 | genera, apart from that ~of "relation," as in quantity and quality, 130 1, 28 | substance. But the true idea of relation is not taken from its respect 131 1, 28 | something else; whereas, if relation is considered as ~an accident, 132 1, 28 | de la Porree considered relation in the former mode only.~ 133 1, 28 | essence. So, in so far as ~relation has an accidental existence 134 1, 28 | existence in creatures, relation really ~existing in God 135 1, 28 | therefrom. But in so far as relation implies respect to ~something 136 1, 28 | Thus it is manifest that relation really existing in God is 137 1, 28 | intelligibility; as ~in relation is meant that regard to 138 1, 28 | it is clear that in God relation and essence ~do not differ 139 1, 28 | paternity or any ~other relation which is in God is not in 140 1, 28 | it is applied; but as a relation. ~So there are said to be 141 1, 28 | exists in ~God can have any relation to that wherein it exists 142 1, 28 | it is ~spoken, except the relation of identity; and this by 143 1, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As the relation which exists in creatures 144 1, 28 | contained in the meaning of relation, is something else ~besides 145 1, 28 | something else ~besides that relation; whereas in God there is 146 1, 28 | expressed by the word ~"relation," as if it were comprehended 147 1, 28 | in God anything besides relation in reality; but only in 148 1, 28 | with each other. But every relation in God is really ~the same 149 1, 28 | that of origin. ~But one relation does not seem to arise from 150 1, 28 | contains the unity; and relation multiplies the trinity." 151 1, 28 | attributed to him. ~The idea of relation, however, necessarily means 152 1, 28 | in God ~there is a real relation (A[1]), there must also 153 1, 28 | reasoning there is ~the same relation from the Father to the Son, 154 1, 28 | Philosopher (Metaph. v), every relation ~is based either on quantity, 155 1, 28 | it follows that ~a real relation in God can be based only 156 1, 28 | arise; one of which is the relation of ~the person proceeding 157 1, 28 | principle; the other is the relation of ~the principle Himself. 158 1, 28 | living things. Now ~the relation of the principle of generation 159 1, 28 | called paternity; and the relation of the one proceeding from 160 1, 28 | proper name of their own. The relation of the principle of this ~ 161 1, 28 | called spiration; and the relation of the person proceeding ~ 162 1, 28 | object, there can be a ~real relation, both of science to its 163 1, 28 | real; as ~neither is the relation of a thing to itself. Nevertheless, 164 1, 28 | itself. Nevertheless, the relation ~to the word is a real relation; 165 1, 28 | relation ~to the word is a real relation; because the word is understood 166 1, 28 | cannot conclude that the relation of the father to the son 167 1, 29 | same individual things in relation to the accidents, which 168 1, 29 | matter and form substands in ~relation to accident from the very 169 1, 29 | word "person" signifies relation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 170 1, 29 | to God, does ~not signify relation, but substance. For Augustine 171 1, 29 | angels does not signify relation, but ~something absolute. 172 1, 29 | if in God it signified relation, it would ~bear an equivocal 173 1, 29 | to the persons signifies relation." But no word belongs to 174 1, 29 | word "person" ~signifies relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 175 1, 29 | the words which express ~relation. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 176 1, 29 | both the essence and the relation. Some of these said ~that 177 1, 29 | directly the essence, and relation indirectly, ~forasmuch as " 178 1, 29 | what is "by itself" implies relation ~indirectly; for the Father 179 1, 29 | contrary, ~that it signifies relation directly; and essence indirectly; 180 1, 29 | distinction in God is only by relation of origin, as stated above ~( 181 1, 29 | Q[28], AA[2],3), while relation in God is not as an accident 182 1, 29 | divine person signifies a relation as subsisting. And this 183 1, 29 | And this is to signify ~relation by way of substance, and 184 1, 29 | of substance, and such a relation is a hypostasis ~subsisting 185 1, 29 | name "person" signifies relation directly, and the essence ~ 186 1, 29 | indirectly; not, however, the relation as such, but as expressed 187 1, 29 | essence, and ~indirectly the relation, inasmuch as the essence 188 1, 29 | expressed as distinct by the ~relation: and thus relation, as such, 189 1, 29 | the ~relation: and thus relation, as such, enters into the 190 1, 29 | it was applied to express relation, as it lent itself to that ~ 191 1, 29 | this word "person" means relation not only by use ~and custom, 192 1, 29 | forasmuch as it signifies relation not as such, but by way 193 1, 29 | substance - includes the idea of relation, as above explained.~Aquin.: 194 1, 29 | not follow that, although relation is contained in the signification ~ 195 1, 30 | person" signifies in God a relation as subsisting in the divine 196 1, 30 | thus, although it is a relation, it is not called a ~property, 197 1, 30 | person; nor is it a ~personal relation - i.e. constituting a person. 198 1, 30 | another. The opposition of relation does not allow the ~relation 199 1, 30 | relation does not allow the ~relation of the Holy Ghost to be 200 1, 30 | Ghost to be joined with the relation of principle of ~another 201 1, 30 | multitude so understood has relation to the ~many of which it 202 1, 30 | general ~than substance and relation. And so likewise is multitude; 203 1, 30 | mean both substance and relation, according to the context. 204 1, 30 | division, beyond ~substance and relation; as was explained above.~ 205 1, 31 | signifies substance or relation. But this name "Trinity" 206 1, 31 | persons: nor does it signify relation; for it does not express 207 1, 31 | or it can signify that relation ~only; and thus it is false, 208 1, 31 | it is false, because the relation of paternity is found ~also 209 1, 32 | is not, however, by one relation; ~otherwise it would follow 210 1, 32 | Father by one and the same relation. Thus, since relation ~alone 211 1, 32 | same relation. Thus, since relation ~alone multiplies the Trinity, 212 1, 32 | Father is related by one relation to the Son ~and to the Holy 213 1, 32 | very specific idea of a relation ~is that it refers to another, 214 1, 32 | different if but one opposite relation corresponds to them. ~For 215 1, 32 | corresponds to them. ~For the relation of lord and father must 216 1, 32 | creatures by one specific relation. But the Son and the Holy ~ 217 1, 32 | one and the same kind of relation. ~Hence there is no parity.~ 218 1, 32 | no need to admit any real relation to the ~creature (Q[28], 219 1, 32 | Father there must be a real ~relation to the Son and to the Holy 220 1, 32 | innascibility" is not a relation, except by reduction, as 221 1, 33 | principle is so called in relation to the thing ~principled. 222 1, 33 | name "Father" signifies relation. Moreover ~"person" is an 223 1, 33 | it proceeds, not only by ~relation but also by essence. Therefore 224 1, 33 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Among us relation is not a subsisting person. 225 1, 33 | signify a person, but the relation of a ~person. In God, however, 226 1, 33 | thought; for in ~God the relation signified by the name "Father" 227 1, 33 | person" in God ~signifies a relation subsisting in the divine 228 1, 33 | the Begetter as regards relation only, belongs to the truth ~ 229 1, 33 | creature, filiation is found in relation ~to God, not in a perfect 230 1, 33 | common terms which import relation to the creature come after 231 1, 33 | unbegotten" does not signify relation, for it ~is not used relatively. 232 1, 33 | by reason of its having a relation to what ~proceeds from itself; 233 1, 33 | since "begotten" implies ~relation in God, "unbegotten" belongs 234 1, 33 | unbegotten" belongs also to relation. Thus it does not ~follow 235 1, 33 | Son begotten; but only by relation; that is, as the relation 236 1, 33 | relation; that is, as the relation of Son is ~denied of the 237 1, 34 | name of Word is expressed relation to creatures?~Aquin.: SMT 238 1, 34 | principle of the Word only by relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 239 1, 34 | the name "Word" imports relation to creatures?~Aquin.: SMT 240 1, 34 | name 'Word' does not import relation to ~creatures. For every 241 1, 34 | Therefore Word does not import relation to creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 242 1, 34 | Further, whatever imports relation to creatures is said of 243 1, 34 | Therefore it does not import relation to the creature.~Aquin.: 244 1, 34 | 3: Further, Word imports relation to the source whence it 245 1, 34 | Therefore, if it imports relation to the creature, it follows 246 1, 34 | Therefore if Word imports relation to creatures, ~it follows 247 1, 34 | Further, if Word imports relation to the creature, this can 248 1, 34 | Word signifies not only relation to the Father, but also 249 1, 34 | to the Father, but also relation to ~those beings which are 250 1, 34 | answer that, Word implies relation to creatures. For God by 251 1, 34 | as regards the personal relation, ~does not imply relation 252 1, 34 | relation, ~does not imply relation to the creature, but it 253 1, 34 | to prevent its implying ~relation to creatures, so far as 254 1, 34 | way the name Word imports relation to creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 255 1, 34 | some names import ~the relation of God to creatures, which 256 1, 34 | God to creatures, which relation follows on the action of ~ 257 1, 34 | time. But others import a relation ~which follows from an action 258 1, 34 | in time; and this kind of relation to creatures is implied 259 1, 34 | all names which import the relation ~of God to creatures are 260 1, 34 | applied in time which import relation following on the action 261 1, 34 | imposed chiefly to signify relation to ~creatures; and therefore 262 1, 34 | speaker, and consequently, relation to creatures, inasmuch as ~ 263 1, 35 | Therefore the Image in ~God is a relation, and is thus a personal 264 1, 36 | Ghost" does not indicate a ~relation, still it takes the place 265 1, 36 | distinct from the others by relation ~only. Yet this name may 266 1, 36 | understood as including a relation, if we ~understand the Holy 267 1, 36 | name Son we understand that relation only which is ~of something 268 1, 36 | Father" we understand the relation of principle; and likewise 269 1, 36 | between them of opposite relation. Hence since ~there is no 270 1, 37 | origin rather than the ~relation in the strict sense of the 271 1, 37 | to ~describe the mutual relation of the one who understands 272 1, 37 | because it does not import relation to the Word that ~proceeds; 273 1, 37 | notional term as importing the ~relation of the principle of the 274 1, 37 | love," which express the relation of the lover to the ~object 275 1, 37 | in use, which express the relation ~of the impression or affection 276 1, 37 | far as love means only the relation of the lover to ~the object 277 1, 37 | are used to express the relation to its principle, of what ~ 278 1, 37 | itself they import a certain relation to their object. ~Hence, 279 1, 37 | the speaker; yet with a ~relation to the thing expressed by 280 1, 37 | into another, but only the relation of love to the ~beloved; 281 1, 37 | the Word is imported the relation of the Word to the ~thing 282 1, 37 | Holy ~Ghost, as Love, the relation of the Father to the Son, 283 1, 37 | as regards the aforesaid relation He is the bond between ~ 284 1, 37 | Ghost; because it imports a ~relation to creatures, and this belongs 285 1, 37 | construed as importing the relation of formal ~cause, because 286 1, 37 | construed ~as importing the relation of a formal effect; and 287 1, 37 | stands to that thing in the relation of form. So when ~I say, " 288 1, 37 | be ~construed as having relation to the formal cause, although 289 1, 37 | by way of love, which has relation to the ~object loved. Hence, 290 1, 37 | Thus ~it is evident that relation to the creature is implied 291 1, 38 | Further, "Gift" imports relation to the creature, and it 292 1, 38 | given has an aptitude or relation both to the giver and to 293 1, 38 | name because it imports relation to the creature; but that 294 1, 39 | 1/2 - OF THE PERSONS IN RELATION TO THE ESSENCE (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 295 1, 39 | Boethius says (De Trin. i), "relation multiplies ~the Trinity 296 1, 39 | Q[29], A[4]), signifies ~relation as subsisting in the divine 297 1, 39 | in the divine nature. But relation as referred to ~the essence 298 1, 39 | referred to an opposite relation, it has a real ~distinction 299 1, 39 | far as it is referred to relation, it is predicated of God 300 1, 39 | or it indicates a single relation, and thus ~points to identity 301 1, 39 | in Him" seem to imply the relation ~of final cause, which is 302 1, 39 | the causes. Therefore this relation ~of cause should be appropriated 303 1, 39 | consideration embraces its relation to its effects. Hence this 304 1, 39 | consideration, i.e. God's relation to His ~effects, there arise 305 1, 39 | sometimes implies a ~certain relation of the material cause; which 306 1, 39 | sometimes it expresses the relation of the efficient cause, 307 1, 40 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether relation is the same as person?~( 308 1, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether relation is the same as person?~Aquin.: 309 1, 40 | It would seem that in God relation is not the same as person. 310 1, 40 | common spiration. Again, one ~relation exists in two person, as 311 1, 40 | and in ~the Son. Therefore relation is not the same as person.~ 312 1, 40 | contained by itself. But relation is in the person; nor can 313 1, 40 | identical, for otherwise ~relation would be also in the essence. 314 1, 40 | in the essence. Therefore relation, or property, ~is not the 315 1, 40 | Q[28], A[2]). But since relation, ~considered as really existing 316 1, 40 | said above ~(Q[39], A[1]), relation must necessarily be the 317 1, 40 | themselves, and ~not by the relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 318 1, 40 | is distinguished only in relation to its genus. ~For white 319 1, 40 | principle of distinction. But relation presupposes distinction, 320 1, 40 | into its definition; for a relation is essentially what is towards ~ 321 1, 40 | principle in God cannot be ~relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 322 1, 40 | Boethius says (De Trin.): "Relation alone multiplies ~the Trinity 323 1, 40 | these ~are "origin" and "relation." Although these do not 324 1, 40 | act, as "generation"; and "relation" by way of the form, as ~" 325 1, 40 | then, considering that relation follows upon act, have said 326 1, 40 | presuppose but essence, and relation or ~property. Whence, since 327 1, 40 | name "Father" signifies the relation which is distinctive and ~ 328 1, 40 | something relative. Hence relation suffices for their distinction.~ 329 1, 40 | possible; and this is by relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 330 1, 40 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Relation presupposes the distinction 331 1, 40 | an accident; but when the relation is subsistent, it does not ~ 332 1, 40 | For when it is said that ~relation is by nature to be towards 333 1, 40 | individual substance. So, as relation distinguishes ~and constitutes 334 1, 40 | in God the distinguishing relation ~belongs essentially to 335 1, 40 | order of intelligence every relation presupposes ~that on which 336 1, 40 | quantity. But ~paternity is a relation founded on the action of 337 1, 40 | intelligence to the non-personal relation of the person ~originating; 338 1, 40 | twofold ~sense: firstly, as a relation; and thus again in the order 339 1, 40 | presupposes the notional act, for relation, as such, is ~founded upon 340 1, 40 | notional act presupposes the relation, as an action ~presupposes 341 1, 40 | Father" is taken as meaning relation only, but not as ~signifying 342 1, 40 | avails of paternity as a relation, but not ~as constituting 343 1, 41 | except what ~pertains to the relation." But action is one of the 344 1, 41 | either His substance, or ~relation." But whatever belongs to 345 1, 41 | of begetting signifies a relation, and not the essence?~Aquin.: 346 1, 41 | spirating, ~signifies the relation and not the essence. For 347 1, 41 | not signify essence but relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 348 1, 41 | God, begetting signifies relation. Therefore, the same ~applies 349 1, 41 | power to beget signifies relation ~in God. But this is not 350 1, 41 | i, D, vii), and ~not the relation only. Nor does it signify 351 1, 41 | as identified with ~the relation, so as to signify both equally. 352 1, 41 | nature directly, but the relation indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT 353 1, 41 | Power does not signify the relation itself of a principle, ~ 354 1, 41 | would be in the genus of relation; but it signifies that ~ 355 1, 42 | persons. For equality is in relation to things which are one 356 1, 42 | Further, equality is a relation. But no relation is common 357 1, 42 | equality is a relation. But no relation is common to the ~three 358 1, 42 | Now it is clear that the ~relation of a thing to itself is 359 1, 42 | to itself is not a real relation. Nor, again, is one ~relation 360 1, 42 | relation. Nor, again, is one ~relation referred to another by a 361 1, 42 | to another by a further relation: for when we say that ~paternity 362 1, 42 | filiation, opposition is not a relation mediating ~between paternity 363 1, 42 | For in both these cases relation would ~be multiplied indefinitely. 364 1, 42 | divine ~persons is not a real relation distinct from the personal 365 1, 42 | and a part; for under ~relation or notion, several notions 366 1, 42 | transition from ~substance to relation. For the Father and the 367 1, 42 | exist in the Father by the relation of giver, and in ~the Son 368 1, 42 | giver, and in ~the Son by relation of receiver.~Aquin.: SMT 369 1, 42 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In God relation is not a universal whole, 370 1, 42 | the Son; the essence, the relation and the origin; and ~according 371 1, 42 | applies to the Holy Ghost in relation to both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 372 1, 42 | transition from substance to relation, for generation ~signifies 373 1, 42 | generation ~signifies a divine relation. So the Son has the same 374 1, 42 | Father, but with another relation; the Father possessing power 375 1, 43 | For some express only ~relation to the principle, as "procession" 376 1, 43 | procession together with the relation to the ~principle. Of these 377 1, 43 | the temporal term with the relation to ~the principle, as "mission" 378 1, 43 | temporal effect. For the relation of a divine ~person to His 379 1, 43 | that there is a ~double relation to the principle, but a 380 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost the same relation to these images that the ~ 381 1, 44 | without whiteness. But the relation of the thing caused to its 382 1, 44 | Reply OBJ 1: Though the relation to its cause is not part 383 1, 44 | efficient cause, still, its relation to that cause is ~not the 384 1, 44 | accidents, for instance, in relation to ~rarefaction and condensation, 385 1, 45 | preposition "from" [ex] imports relation of some ~cause, and especially 386 1, 45 | the order by ~stating the relation between what is now and 387 1, 45 | and "to be made" import a relation of cause to the effect, 388 1, 45 | thing created according ~to relation only; because what is created, 389 1, 45 | action and passion, only relation remains, as was said above ( 390 1, 45 | creature is only a certain relation to the ~Creator as to the 391 1, 45 | implies movement, is implied a relation to the principle of motion.~ 392 1, 45 | is God's essence, with a relation to the creature. But in 393 1, 45 | the creature. But in God relation to ~the creature is not 394 1, 45 | the creature is not a real relation, but only a relation of 395 1, 45 | real relation, but only a relation of reason; ~whereas the 396 1, 45 | of reason; ~whereas the relation of the creature to God is 397 1, 45 | creature to God is a real relation, as was ~said above (Q[13], 398 1, 45 | creation, taken as a real relation, and is ~prior to it in 399 1, 45 | because ~creation imports a relation of the creature to the Creator, 400 1, 45 | determined to a species, and ~has relation to something else. Therefore 401 1, 45 | craftsman. According as ~it has relation of order, it represents 402 1, 45 | according ~as it "has a certain relation of order." And to these 403 1, 46 | absolutely possible, not in relation to any power, but from the ~ 404 1, 47 | things come from God, ~have relation of order to each other, 405 1, 48 | contrary is always imperfect in relation to ~another, as black in 406 1, 48 | to ~another, as black in relation to white, and bitter in 407 1, 48 | to white, and bitter in relation to sweet. ~And in this way 408 1, 48 | is a good, as having a relation to good. For as it has ~ 409 1, 48 | yet, on account of its relation to different things, it ~ 410 1, 49 | better are so considered in relation to what is best. ~Therefore 411 1, 49 | worse are so considered in relation to some supreme ~evil.~Aquin.: 412 1, 50 | consider absolutely and in relation to corporeal ~things.~Aquin.: 413 1, 50 | regards ourselves, and not in relation to God, is ~not absolutely 414 1, 50 | nevertheless still remains the relation of the form to its very ~ 415 1, 50 | more perfect natures bear relation to these sensible things, 416 1, 50 | to a thing, considered in relation to something else, ~can 417 1, 52 | 1/1 - OF THE ANGELS IN RELATION TO PLACE (THREE ARTICLES)~ 418 1, 52 | body ~according to the same relation of causality; since the 419 1, 54 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The relation between "life" and "to live" 420 1, 54 | Further, cause bears the same relation to cause, as effect to ~ 421 1, 54 | will, of themselves, bear relation to all ~things, and each 422 1, 54 | relatively infinite, for it bears relation to all sensible ~things; 423 1, 54 | passive intellect in us ~is in relation to the phantasms, which 424 1, 56 | a faculty bears the same relation to actions of ~this kind 425 1, 57 | intelligible species bear the same relation to the ~intellect as shapes 426 1, 60 | others being good only in relation to something else, and being 427 1, 60 | while he loves a blood ~relation with natural affection, 428 1, 62 | sanctifying grace bears the same relation to beatitude as the seedlike ~ 429 1, 68 | bodies, according to the relation in which imperfect things ~ 430 1, 68 | OBJ 1: The earth stands in relation to the heaven as the centre 431 1, 72 | of children has a special relation to the ~number of the elect [* 432 1, 74 | to the luminaries in ~the relation of accident to subject. 433 1, 75 | considers the nature of man in relation to the ~soul; but not in 434 1, 75 | to the ~soul; but not in relation to the body, except in so 435 1, 75 | so far as the body has ~relation to the soul. Hence the first 436 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the relation of the sensitive faculty 437 1, 75 | sensible ~objects is like the relation of the intellectual faculty 438 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The relation of the sensitive faculty 439 1, 75 | distinct on account of its relation to divers forms; and even 440 1, 76 | the intellect. ~For the relation of phantasms to the intellect 441 1, 76 | the intellect is like the relation of ~colors to the sense 442 1, 76 | says (Phys. ii, 3) that the relation of ~universal causes to 443 1, 76 | to universals is like the relation of particular causes ~to 444 1, 76 | of forms depends on their relation to primary ~matter; for " 445 1, 76 | De Anima. ii, 1) that the relation ~of a part of the soul to 446 1, 76 | eye, is the same as the relation of the soul to the whole ~ 447 1, 76 | requires variety of ~parts, its relation to the whole is not the 448 1, 76 | whole is not the same as its relation to the ~parts; for to the 449 1, 77 | first act, with a further relation to the second act. Now we 450 1, 37 | origin rather than the ~relation in the strict sense of the 451 1, 37 | to ~describe the mutual relation of the one who understands 452 1, 37 | because it does not import relation to the Word that ~proceeds; 453 1, 37 | notional term as importing the ~relation of the principle of the 454 1, 37 | love," which express the relation of the lover to the ~object 455 1, 37 | in use, which express the relation ~of the impression or affection 456 1, 37 | far as love means only the relation of the lover to ~the object 457 1, 37 | are used to express the relation to its principle, of what ~ 458 1, 37 | itself they import a certain relation to their object. ~Hence, 459 1, 37 | the speaker; yet with a ~relation to the thing expressed by 460 1, 37 | into another, but only the relation of love to the ~beloved; 461 1, 37 | the Word is imported the relation of the Word to the ~thing 462 1, 37 | Holy ~Ghost, as Love, the relation of the Father to the Son, 463 1, 37 | as regards the aforesaid relation He is the bond between ~ 464 1, 37 | Ghost; because it imports a ~relation to creatures, and this belongs 465 1, 37 | construed as importing the relation of formal ~cause, because 466 1, 37 | construed ~as importing the relation of a formal effect; and 467 1, 37 | stands to that thing in the relation of form. So when ~I say, " 468 1, 37 | be ~construed as having relation to the formal cause, although 469 1, 37 | by way of love, which has relation to the ~object loved. Hence, 470 1, 37 | Thus ~it is evident that relation to the creature is implied 471 1, 38 | Further, "Gift" imports relation to the creature, and it 472 1, 38 | given has an aptitude or relation both to the giver and to 473 1, 38 | name because it imports relation to the creature; but that 474 1, 39 | 1/2 - OF THE PERSONS IN RELATION TO THE ESSENCE (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 475 1, 39 | Boethius says (De Trin. i), "relation multiplies ~the Trinity 476 1, 39 | Q[29], A[4]), signifies ~relation as subsisting in the divine 477 1, 39 | in the divine nature. But relation as referred to ~the essence 478 1, 39 | referred to an opposite relation, it has a real ~distinction 479 1, 39 | far as it is referred to relation, it is predicated of God 480 1, 39 | or it indicates a single relation, and thus ~points to identity 481 1, 39 | in Him" seem to imply the relation ~of final cause, which is 482 1, 39 | the causes. Therefore this relation ~of cause should be appropriated 483 1, 39 | consideration embraces its relation to its effects. Hence this 484 1, 39 | consideration, i.e. God's relation to His ~effects, there arise 485 1, 39 | sometimes implies a ~certain relation of the material cause; which 486 1, 39 | sometimes it expresses the relation of the efficient cause, 487 1, 40 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether relation is the same as person?~( 488 1, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether relation is the same as person?~Aquin.: 489 1, 40 | It would seem that in God relation is not the same as person. 490 1, 40 | common spiration. Again, one ~relation exists in two person, as 491 1, 40 | and in ~the Son. Therefore relation is not the same as person.~ 492 1, 40 | contained by itself. But relation is in the person; nor can 493 1, 40 | identical, for otherwise ~relation would be also in the essence. 494 1, 40 | in the essence. Therefore relation, or property, ~is not the 495 1, 40 | Q[28], A[2]). But since relation, ~considered as really existing 496 1, 40 | said above ~(Q[39], A[1]), relation must necessarily be the 497 1, 40 | themselves, and ~not by the relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 498 1, 40 | is distinguished only in relation to its genus. ~For white 499 1, 40 | principle of distinction. But relation presupposes distinction, 500 1, 40 | into its definition; for a relation is essentially what is towards ~


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