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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | nobler bodies, and this for three reasons. Firstly, because 2 1, 1 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: These three - history, etiology, analogy - 3 1, 1 | allegory alone stands for the three spiritual senses. Thus Hugh 4 1, 1 | allegorical sense, laying down three senses only - the historical, 5 1, 2 | 26)~THE EXISTENCE OF GOD (THREE ARTICLES)~Because the chief 6 1, 2 | Concerning the first, there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 7 1, 3 | body is that which has the ~three dimensions. But Holy Scripture 8 1, 3 | Scripture attributes the three dimensions to ~God, for 9 1, 3 | and this ~can be shown in three ways. First, because no 10 1, 3 | it attributes to God the three dimensions under the ~comparison 11 1, 3 | any genus may be ~shown in three ways. First, because a species 12 1, 3 | this point there have been three errors. Some have ~affirmed 13 1, 4 | THE PERFECTION OF GOD (THREE ARTICLES)~Having considered 14 1, 4 | Concerning the first there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 15 1, 5 | Wis. 11:21). And to these three can be reduced species, 16 1, 5 | Nat. Boni. iii): "These ~three - mode, species and order - 17 1, 5 | made; thus, where these three abound the things are ~very 18 1, 5 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These three only follow upon being, 19 1, 5 | by opposites. But these three do ~not seem to be opposites; 20 1, 5 | is not divided into these three as something ~univocal to 21 1, 6 | others; wherefore these three ~things are in God as in 22 1, 10 | difference between these three to consist in the fact ~ 23 1, 11 | can be shown from these three sources that God is one. ~ 24 1, 12 | demonstration that a triangle has three angles equal to two right 25 1, 12 | comprehension" is one of the three prerogatives of the soul, ~ 26 1, 12 | the blessed possess these three things in God; because they ~ 27 1, 12 | for instance, that God is Three and One.~Aquin.: SMT FP 28 1, 13 | however, seem to be untrue for three reasons. ~First because 29 1, 13 | extremes, it happens in three ways that a relation is 30 1, 13 | This name "God" in the three aforesaid significations 31 1, 13 | properly applied to God, for ~three reasons:~Aquin.: SMT FP 32 1, 13 | of faith; as that God is Three and One; and that He is ~ 33 1, 14 | number ~six, knows the number three also by proper knowledge.~ 34 1, 14 | thing is signified by these three - viz. the nativity of Christ. ~ 35 1, 14 | be called speculative in ~three ways: first, on the part 36 1, 15 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF IDEAS (THREE ARTICLES)~After considering 37 1, 15 | And about this there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 38 1, 16 | and that two added to three make five." But the truth 39 1, 16 | and the fact that two and three ~make five, have eternity 40 1, 16 | cause of the truth of the three propositions, ~"Socrates 41 1, 16 | follow, though one of the ~three propositions is true, that 42 1, 17 | exist in ~the senses in three ways. In the first way, 43 1, 18 | fact of ~their possessing three dimensions: and is sometimes 44 1, 19 | 4 ~This can be shown in three ways: First, from the order 45 1, 19 | etc. can be understood in three ways. First, by a restricted ~ 46 1, 24 | 1/1 - THE BOOK OF LIFE (THREE ARTICLES)~We now consider 47 1, 24 | concerning which there are three ~points of inquiry:~(1) 48 1, 25 | knowledge directs, which three things in ~God are identified. 49 1, 29 | Further, as we say there are three persons in God, so we say ~ 50 1, 29 | God, so we say ~there are three subsistences in God; which 51 1, 29 | suppositum." It is also called by three names ~signifying a reality - 52 1, 29 | substance." What these three names signify in common 53 1, 29 | Reply OBJ 2: As we say "three persons" plurally in God, 54 1, 29 | persons" plurally in God, and "three ~subsistences," so the Greeks 55 1, 29 | subsistences," so the Greeks say "three hypostases." But because 56 1, 29 | When we say there are three who bear witness in heaven, ~ 57 1, 29 | Ghost, and it is asked, Three what? ~the answer is, Three 58 1, 29 | Three what? ~the answer is, Three persons." Therefore person 59 1, 29 | predicated plurally of the ~Three in contrast to the nature 60 1, 29 | adjective; as when we ~say, "Three persons," or, "one is the 61 1, 29 | forasmuch as we speak of "three ~persons," so far from the 62 1, 29 | fish. So to those who ask, Three ~what? we answer, Three 63 1, 29 | Three ~what? we answer, Three persons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 64 1, 30 | hypostasis." So, as we say, "Three ~persons," they say "Three 65 1, 30 | Three ~persons," they say "Three hypostases." We are not, 66 1, 30 | however, accustomed to ~say Three substances, lest we be understood 67 1, 30 | we be understood to mean three essences or ~natures, by 68 1, 30 | or absolute, as two and three and ~four; and number as 69 1, 30 | part of two, and two of three, as one man is part of ~ 70 1, 30 | of ~two men, and two of three; but this does not apply 71 1, 30 | Whether there are more than three persons in God?~Aquin.: 72 1, 30 | that there are more than three persons in God. For ~the 73 1, 30 | that there are not only three ~persons in God.~Aquin.: 74 1, 30 | contained within the ~number three.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 75 1, 30 | It is said: "There are three who bear witness in ~heaven, 76 1, 30 | 7). To those ~who ask, "Three what?" we answer, with Augustine ( 77 1, 30 | Augustine (De Trin. vii, 4), ~"Three persons." Therefore there 78 1, 30 | Therefore there are but three persons in God.~Aquin.: 79 1, 30 | above, there can be only three persons ~in God. For it 80 1, 30 | explained. ~Therefore only three persons exist in God, the 81 1, 30 | constituting a person. The three ~relations - paternity, 82 1, 30 | because the magnitude of the three persons is the same (Q[42], ~ 83 1, 30 | person" can be common to the three persons?~Aquin.: SMT FP 84 1, 30 | cannot be common to the ~three persons. For nothing is 85 1, 30 | nothing is common to the three persons but the ~essence. 86 1, 30 | it is not common to all three.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 87 1, 30 | is not common to all the three persons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 88 1, 30 | person" is common to the three, it is ~common either really, 89 1, 30 | so really; otherwise ~the three persons would be one person; 90 1, 30 | person' is not common to the three.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 91 1, 30 | 4) that when we ask, ~"Three what?" we say, "Three persons," 92 1, 30 | Three what?" we say, "Three persons," because what a 93 1, 30 | person" is common to the three when we say "three persons"; 94 1, 30 | to the three when we say "three persons"; for when we ~say " 95 1, 30 | persons"; for when we ~say "three men" we show that "man" 96 1, 30 | that "man" is common to the three. Now it is ~clear that this 97 1, 30 | essence were ~common to the three; otherwise there would be 98 1, 30 | only one person of the ~three, as also one essence.~Aquin.: 99 1, 30 | is common in idea to the three divine persons.~Aquin.: 100 1, 31 | thus in God there ~would be three essential unities; which 101 1, 31 | signify the one essence of the three persons, according as trinity 102 1, 31 | the Trinity, as He is not three persons. ~Yet it does not 103 1, 31 | essence, as if we meant three times one; but ~we place 104 1, 31 | be trine, there would be three ~"supposita" of the Trinity; 105 1, 31 | follows ~that there are three "supposita" of the Godhead.~ 106 1, 31 | that when we speak of ~three persons, "we do not mean 107 1, 31 | away ~the society of the three persons; for, as Hilary 108 1, 32 | Through this number" - namely, three - "we bring ourselves to ~ 109 1, 32 | perfection residing in the number three. In the Platonic ~books 110 1, 32 | were appropriated to the three persons, yet they are said 111 1, 32 | i.e. of persons], in the three properties; i.e. ~in the 112 1, 32 | Ghost to be one God and three persons, to those who ask: " 113 1, 32 | God? and whereby are They three persons?" as we answer that ~ 114 1, 32 | because in Him there are three persons, He is called the 115 1, 32 | are five notions for the three persons in God, ~there must 116 1, 32 | spiration. ~Either these three notions really differ, or 117 1, 32 | belongs to two persons. Three ~are personal notions - 118 1, 34 | OF THE PERSON OF THE SON (THREE ARTICLES)~We next consider 119 1, 34 | consider the person of the Son. Three names are attributed to ~ 120 1, 34 | Concerning Word there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 121 1, 34 | Damascene mentions these three kinds of words (De Fide 122 1, 36 | name which is common to the three ~persons is the proper name 123 1, 36 | Dictionary).] is common to the three ~persons; for Hilary (De 124 1, 36 | 1 Jn. 5:7): "There are three who bear ~witness in heaven, 125 1, 36 | vii, 4): "When we ask, Three what? we say, Three ~persons." 126 1, 36 | ask, Three what? we say, Three ~persons." Therefore the 127 1, 36 | accommodated to ~signify one of the three persons, the one who proceeds 128 1, 36 | not be one essence of the three persons: since everything 129 1, 36 | creature proceeds from ~the three persons not as distinct 130 1, 37 | called Wisdom, and are not three Wisdoms, but one; I know 131 1, 39 | Whether we should say that the three persons are of one essence?~( 132 1, 39 | there is ~one essence and three persons, as is clear from 133 1, 39 | there are one essence and ~three persons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 134 1, 39 | it must be said that the three persons are of one essence?~ 135 1, 39 | not right to say that the three persons are of one ~essence. 136 1, 39 | Holy Ghost ~"are indeed three by substance, but one in 137 1, 39 | His essence. Therefore the three persons are not of one essence.~ 138 1, 39 | therefore to say that the three persons are of one nature.~ 139 1, 39 | fitting to say that the three persons are of one essence.~ 140 1, 39 | we do not say that ~the three persons are "from one essence [ 141 1, 39 | equally wrong to say that the three persons are "of ~one essence [ 142 1, 39 | error. Now, to say that the three persons are of one essence 143 1, 39 | must not be said that the three persons are of ~one substance.~ 144 1, 39 | Arians, ~means that the three persons are of one essence.~ 145 1, 39 | taken as the form ~of the three persons, according to our 146 1, 39 | speak of one essence of the three persons, and three persons 147 1, 39 | of the three persons, and three persons of the one ~essence, 148 1, 39 | so ~many words that the three persons are of one essence, 149 1, 39 | described by saying that the three ~persons are "of one essence," 150 1, 39 | divine essence"; or, the three persons are "of one essence."~ 151 1, 39 | things. So, when we say, "three persons of one ~essence," 152 1, 39 | should mean if we said, ~"three persons from the same essence."~ 153 1, 39 | predicated in the singular of the three ~persons?~Aquin.: SMT FP 154 1, 39 | predicated in the singular of the three persons, but in the plural. ~ 155 1, 39 | that has Godhead." But the three persons are three who have 156 1, 39 | But the three persons are three who have Godhead. ~Therefore 157 1, 39 | Godhead. ~Therefore the three persons are "three Gods."~ 158 1, 39 | Therefore the three persons are "three Gods."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 159 1, 39 | of persons. Therefore the three persons are "several Gods," 160 1, 39 | it is predicated of the three persons in the ~plural. 161 1, 39 | predicated in the plural of the ~three persons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 162 1, 39 | nature. But we say there are three persons. So for the same 163 1, 39 | reason we can ~say there are "three Gods."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 164 1, 39 | substantives are predicated of the three ~persons in the singular 165 1, 39 | adjectives are predicated of the three persons in the ~plural. 166 1, 39 | manner are predicated of the three ~persons in the singular, 167 1, 39 | Socrates, Plato and Cicero are "three men"; whereas we do ~not 168 1, 39 | Son and Holy Ghost are "three Gods," but "one God"; ~forasmuch 169 1, 39 | God"; ~forasmuch as in the three "supposita" of human nature 170 1, 39 | of human nature there are three ~humanities, whereas in 171 1, 39 | humanities, whereas in the three divine Persons there is 172 1, 39 | manner are predicated of the three persons plurally, by reason ~ 173 1, 39 | supposita." For we say there are three "existent" or ~three "wise" 174 1, 39 | are three "existent" or ~three "wise" beings, or three " 175 1, 39 | three "wise" beings, or three "eternal," "uncreated," 176 1, 39 | Consequently, although there are "three having Godhead," it does 177 1, 39 | not ~follow that there are three Gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] 178 1, 39 | supposita" the Greeks said "three ~hypostases," so also in 179 1, 39 | personality. So, as there are three personalities - that is, ~ 180 1, 39 | personalities - that is, ~three personal properties in the 181 1, 39 | it is ~predicated of the three, not in the singular, but 182 1, 39 | God spirates"; or for three, as when it is ~said: "To 183 1, 39 | say for instance, "God is three ~persons"; or "God is the 184 1, 39 | name "God" as regards the three ~persons is as a general 185 1, 39 | is really the same as the three persons. ~Whence, one person, 186 1, 39 | one person, and two, and three, can be predicated of the 187 1, 39 | say, ~"The essence is the three persons"; so likewise it 188 1, 39 | true to say, "God ~is the three persons."~Aquin.: SMT FP 189 1, 39 | which are common to the three ~persons, may verge on error 190 1, 39 | which words he designates three names proper to the ~persons: 191 1, 39 | 2]). He also designates three appropriated terms. ~For 192 1, 39 | he subjoins, "All these three are ~one by the Father; 193 1, 39 | Son. For beauty includes three conditions, ~"integrity" 194 1, 39 | is ~manifest that these three imply unity, but in different 195 1, 39 | Christ. i, 5) that "The Three are one, by reason of the ~ 196 1, 40 | distinction. ~So, as the three persons agree in the unity 197 1, 41 | and this is common to the three persons; and so those actions 198 1, 41 | De Trin. vii, 6) that the three persons ~are not from the 199 1, 41 | But when we say that ~the three persons are 'of' the divine 200 1, 41 | God, are common to the ~three persons. But the power of 201 1, 41 | begetting is not common to the three ~persons, but proper to 202 1, 41 | begetting is common to the three persons: but in ~respect 203 1, 41 | there would be more ~than three Persons in God; which is 204 1, 42 | relation is common to the ~three persons; for the persons 205 1, 42 | Athanasius says that "the three persons are co-eternal ~ 206 1, 42 | same essence; and thus the three persons would not be ~one 207 1, 42 | Athanasius declares that "all the three persons are ~co-eternal 208 1, 42 | or than fewer parts; as three men are more than two, ~ 209 1, 42 | in the ~Father there are three notions, while in the Son 210 1, 42 | I answer that, There are three points of consideration 211 1, 44 | the ~first point there are three things to be considered: ( 212 1, 45 | which is common to the ~three Persons. Hence to create 213 1, 45 | although common to the three Persons, ~still belongs 214 1, 45 | creation, whilst common to the three Persons, ~belongs to them 215 1, 45 | also are reduced ~those three, "number," "weight," and " 216 1, 45 | the ~order. And to these three are reduced the other three 217 1, 45 | three are reduced the other three mentioned by ~Augustine ( 218 1, 45 | self-subsisting; ~and in such are the three above-mentioned things to 219 1, 45 | it ~necessary that these three things should be found in 220 1, 45 | ascribed in ~regard to those three things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 221 1, 46 | THE DURATION OF CREATURES (THREE ARTICLES)~Next must be considered 222 1, 46 | about which there are three points for treatment:~(1) 223 1, 46 | manner. This appears in three ways. Firstly, because, 224 1, 46 | sense in order to exclude ~three errors. For some said that 225 1, 47 | DISTINCTION OF THINGS IN GENERAL (THREE ARTICLES)~After considering 226 1, 47 | the first head, there are three points of inquiry:~(1) The 227 1, 47 | be better if He had made three; and so on to ~infinite.~ 228 1, 49 | 1/1 - THE CAUSE OF EVIL (THREE ARTICLES)~We next inquire 229 1, 49 | Concerning this there are three ~points of inquire:~(1) 230 1, 51 | COMPARISON WITH BODIES (THREE ARTICLES)~We next inquire 231 1, 51 | first heading there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 232 1, 52 | ANGELS IN RELATION TO PLACE (THREE ARTICLES)~We now inquire 233 1, 52 | Touching this there are ~three subjects of inquiry:~(1) 234 1, 53 | MOVEMENT OF THE ANGELS (THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider 235 1, 53 | which ~heading there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 236 1, 55 | OF THE ANGELIC KNOWLEDGE (THREE ARTICLES)~Next in order, 237 1, 55 | Under this heading there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Do 238 1, 56 | KNOWLEDGE OF IMMATERIAL THINGS (THREE ARTICLES)~We now inquire 239 1, 56 | first heading ~there are three points of inquiry: ~(1) 240 1, 56 | that a thing is ~known in three ways: first, by the presence 241 1, 64 | Body Para. 2/2~Of these three kinds of knowledge the first 242 1, 64 | The demons know a truth in three ways: first of all by the ~ 243 1, 65 | Scripture makes ~mention, three works are found, namely, 244 1, 67 | Light cannot be a body, for three evident reasons. First, ~ 245 1, 68 | without form during the first three days, and ~afterwards, on 246 1, 68 | In this body there are three heavens; the first ~is the 247 1, 68 | to him, then, there are three heavens, ~the aerial, the 248 1, 68 | heavens are added to the three enumerated above, there 249 1, 68 | 4] Body Para. 6/6~Again, three kinds of supernatural visions, 250 1, 69 | already existed, since these three are named as already clearly ~ 251 1, 69 | and in respect of these ~three Scripture mentions three 252 1, 69 | three Scripture mentions three kinds of formlessness. Heaven, 253 1, 69 | other writers there are three solutions, ~which Augustine 254 1, 70 | REGARDS THE FOURTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider 255 1, 70 | the first head there are three points of inquiry:~(1) As 256 1, 70 | above (Q[69], A[1]), that three ~things are recorded as 257 1, 70 | and the ~earth; and these three received their form from 258 1, 70 | received their form from the three days' work of ~distinction, 259 1, 71 | distinction. Hence, as ~among the three days assigned to the work 260 1, 71 | intermediate body, so in the three days of the work of adornment, 261 1, 73 | BELONG TO THE SEVENTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider 262 1, 73 | Under ~this head there are three points of inquiry:~(1) About 263 1, 74 | THE SEVEN DAYS IN COMMON (THREE ARTICLES)~We next consider 264 1, 74 | in common: and there are three ~points of inquiry:~(1) 265 1, 74 | creation is divided are three, according to some holy ~ 266 1, 74 | that perfection consists in three things, the beginning, the ~ 267 1, 74 | above writers as to the last three days, differs as to the 268 1, 74 | differs as to the first ~three, for, according to him, 269 1, 74 | aliquot parts, one, two, three; since ~one day is assigned 270 1, 74 | corporeal creatures, and three to the work of adornment.~ 271 1, 74 | of the world. The above three reasons are given by ~Rabbi 272 1, 74 | Gen. ad lit. i, 8), these three ~phrases denote the threefold 273 1, 74 | with the eighth day. The three reasons assigned above are 274 1, 75 | Ang. Hier. xi) says that three things are ~to be found 275 1, 76 | attributed to anyone in ~three ways, as is clear from the 276 1, 76 | This can be made clear by three different reasons.~Aquin.: 277 1, 76 | divided into parts, there are three kinds ~of totality, corresponding 278 1, 76 | totality, corresponding to three kinds of division. There 279 1, 37 | called Wisdom, and are not three Wisdoms, but one; I know 280 1, 39 | Whether we should say that the three persons are of one essence?~( 281 1, 39 | there is ~one essence and three persons, as is clear from 282 1, 39 | there are one essence and ~three persons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 283 1, 39 | it must be said that the three persons are of one essence?~ 284 1, 39 | not right to say that the three persons are of one ~essence. 285 1, 39 | Holy Ghost ~"are indeed three by substance, but one in 286 1, 39 | His essence. Therefore the three persons are not of one essence.~ 287 1, 39 | therefore to say that the three persons are of one nature.~ 288 1, 39 | fitting to say that the three persons are of one essence.~ 289 1, 39 | we do not say that ~the three persons are "from one essence [ 290 1, 39 | equally wrong to say that the three persons are "of ~one essence [ 291 1, 39 | error. Now, to say that the three persons are of one essence 292 1, 39 | must not be said that the three persons are of ~one substance.~ 293 1, 39 | Arians, ~means that the three persons are of one essence.~ 294 1, 39 | taken as the form ~of the three persons, according to our 295 1, 39 | speak of one essence of the three persons, and three persons 296 1, 39 | of the three persons, and three persons of the one ~essence, 297 1, 39 | so ~many words that the three persons are of one essence, 298 1, 39 | described by saying that the three ~persons are "of one essence," 299 1, 39 | divine essence"; or, the three persons are "of one essence."~ 300 1, 39 | things. So, when we say, "three persons of one ~essence," 301 1, 39 | should mean if we said, ~"three persons from the same essence."~ 302 1, 39 | predicated in the singular of the three ~persons?~Aquin.: SMT FP 303 1, 39 | predicated in the singular of the three persons, but in the plural. ~ 304 1, 39 | that has Godhead." But the three persons are three who have 305 1, 39 | But the three persons are three who have Godhead. ~Therefore 306 1, 39 | Godhead. ~Therefore the three persons are "three Gods."~ 307 1, 39 | Therefore the three persons are "three Gods."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 308 1, 39 | of persons. Therefore the three persons are "several Gods," 309 1, 39 | it is predicated of the three persons in the ~plural. 310 1, 39 | predicated in the plural of the ~three persons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 311 1, 39 | nature. But we say there are three persons. So for the same 312 1, 39 | reason we can ~say there are "three Gods."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 313 1, 39 | substantives are predicated of the three ~persons in the singular 314 1, 39 | adjectives are predicated of the three persons in the ~plural. 315 1, 39 | manner are predicated of the three ~persons in the singular, 316 1, 39 | Socrates, Plato and Cicero are "three men"; whereas we do ~not 317 1, 39 | Son and Holy Ghost are "three Gods," but "one God"; ~forasmuch 318 1, 39 | God"; ~forasmuch as in the three "supposita" of human nature 319 1, 39 | of human nature there are three ~humanities, whereas in 320 1, 39 | humanities, whereas in the three divine Persons there is 321 1, 39 | manner are predicated of the three persons plurally, by reason ~ 322 1, 39 | supposita." For we say there are three "existent" or ~three "wise" 323 1, 39 | are three "existent" or ~three "wise" beings, or three " 324 1, 39 | three "wise" beings, or three "eternal," "uncreated," 325 1, 39 | Consequently, although there are "three having Godhead," it does 326 1, 39 | not ~follow that there are three Gods.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] 327 1, 39 | supposita" the Greeks said "three ~hypostases," so also in 328 1, 39 | personality. So, as there are three personalities - that is, ~ 329 1, 39 | personalities - that is, ~three personal properties in the 330 1, 39 | it is ~predicated of the three, not in the singular, but 331 1, 39 | God spirates"; or for three, as when it is ~said: "To 332 1, 39 | say for instance, "God is three ~persons"; or "God is the 333 1, 39 | name "God" as regards the three ~persons is as a general 334 1, 39 | is really the same as the three persons. ~Whence, one person, 335 1, 39 | one person, and two, and three, can be predicated of the 336 1, 39 | say, ~"The essence is the three persons"; so likewise it 337 1, 39 | true to say, "God ~is the three persons."~Aquin.: SMT FP 338 1, 39 | which are common to the three ~persons, may verge on error 339 1, 39 | which words he designates three names proper to the ~persons: 340 1, 39 | 2]). He also designates three appropriated terms. ~For 341 1, 39 | he subjoins, "All these three are ~one by the Father; 342 1, 39 | Son. For beauty includes three conditions, ~"integrity" 343 1, 39 | is ~manifest that these three imply unity, but in different 344 1, 39 | Christ. i, 5) that "The Three are one, by reason of the ~ 345 1, 40 | distinction. ~So, as the three persons agree in the unity 346 1, 41 | and this is common to the three persons; and so those actions 347 1, 41 | De Trin. vii, 6) that the three persons ~are not from the 348 1, 41 | But when we say that ~the three persons are 'of' the divine 349 1, 41 | God, are common to the ~three persons. But the power of 350 1, 41 | begetting is not common to the three ~persons, but proper to 351 1, 41 | begetting is common to the three persons: but in ~respect 352 1, 41 | there would be more ~than three Persons in God; which is 353 1, 42 | relation is common to the ~three persons; for the persons 354 1, 42 | Athanasius says that "the three persons are co-eternal ~ 355 1, 42 | same essence; and thus the three persons would not be ~one 356 1, 42 | Athanasius declares that "all the three persons are ~co-eternal 357 1, 42 | or than fewer parts; as three men are more than two, ~ 358 1, 42 | in the ~Father there are three notions, while in the Son 359 1, 42 | I answer that, There are three points of consideration 360 1, 45 | the ~first point there are three things to be considered: ( 361 1, 46 | which is common to the ~three Persons. Hence to create 362 1, 46 | although common to the three Persons, ~still belongs 363 1, 46 | creation, whilst common to the three Persons, ~belongs to them 364 1, 46 | also are reduced ~those three, "number," "weight," and " 365 1, 46 | the ~order. And to these three are reduced the other three 366 1, 46 | three are reduced the other three mentioned by ~Augustine ( 367 1, 46 | self-subsisting; ~and in such are the three above-mentioned things to 368 1, 46 | it ~necessary that these three things should be found in 369 1, 46 | ascribed in ~regard to those three things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 370 1, 47 | THE DURATION OF CREATURES (THREE ARTICLES)~Next must be considered 371 1, 47 | about which there are three points for treatment:~(1) 372 1, 47 | manner. This appears in three ways. Firstly, because, 373 1, 47 | sense in order to exclude ~three errors. For some said that 374 1, 48 | DISTINCTION OF THINGS IN GENERAL (THREE ARTICLES)~After considering 375 1, 48 | the first head, there are three points of inquiry:~(1) The 376 1, 48 | be better if He had made three; and so on to ~infinite.~ 377 1, 50 | 1/1 - THE CAUSE OF EVIL (THREE ARTICLES)~We next inquire 378 1, 50 | Concerning this there are three ~points of inquire:~(1) 379 1, 52 | COMPARISON WITH BODIES (THREE ARTICLES)~We next inquire 380 1, 52 | first heading there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 381 1, 53 | ANGELS IN RELATION TO PLACE (THREE ARTICLES)~We now inquire 382 1, 53 | Touching this there are ~three subjects of inquiry:~(1) 383 1, 54 | MOVEMENT OF THE ANGELS (THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider 384 1, 54 | which ~heading there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 385 1, 56 | OF THE ANGELIC KNOWLEDGE (THREE ARTICLES)~Next in order, 386 1, 56 | Under this heading there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Do 387 1, 57 | KNOWLEDGE OF IMMATERIAL THINGS (THREE ARTICLES)~We now inquire 388 1, 57 | first heading ~there are three points of inquiry: ~(1) 389 1, 57 | that a thing is ~known in three ways: first, by the presence 390 1, 65 | Body Para. 2/2~Of these three kinds of knowledge the first 391 1, 65 | The demons know a truth in three ways: first of all by the ~ 392 1, 66 | Scripture makes ~mention, three works are found, namely, 393 1, 68 | Light cannot be a body, for three evident reasons. First, ~ 394 1, 69 | without form during the first three days, and ~afterwards, on 395 1, 69 | In this body there are three heavens; the first ~is the 396 1, 69 | to him, then, there are three heavens, ~the aerial, the 397 1, 69 | heavens are added to the three enumerated above, there 398 1, 69 | 4] Body Para. 6/6~Again, three kinds of supernatural visions, 399 1, 70 | already existed, since these three are named as already clearly ~ 400 1, 70 | and in respect of these ~three Scripture mentions three 401 1, 70 | three Scripture mentions three kinds of formlessness. Heaven, 402 1, 70 | other writers there are three solutions, ~which Augustine 403 1, 71 | REGARDS THE FOURTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider 404 1, 71 | the first head there are three points of inquiry:~(1) As 405 1, 71 | above (Q[69], A[1]), that three ~things are recorded as 406 1, 71 | and the ~earth; and these three received their form from 407 1, 71 | received their form from the three days' work of ~distinction, 408 1, 71 | distinction. Hence, as ~among the three days assigned to the work 409 1, 71 | intermediate body, so in the three days of the work of adornment, 410 1, 72 | BELONG TO THE SEVENTH DAY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider 411 1, 72 | Under ~this head there are three points of inquiry:~(1) About 412 1, 73 | THE SEVEN DAYS IN COMMON (THREE ARTICLES)~We next consider 413 1, 73 | in common: and there are three ~points of inquiry:~(1) 414 1, 73 | creation is divided are three, according to some holy ~ 415 1, 73 | that perfection consists in three things, the beginning, the ~ 416 1, 73 | above writers as to the last three days, differs as to the 417 1, 73 | differs as to the first ~three, for, according to him, 418 1, 73 | aliquot parts, one, two, three; since ~one day is assigned 419 1, 73 | corporeal creatures, and three to the work of adornment.~ 420 1, 73 | of the world. The above three reasons are given by ~Rabbi 421 1, 73 | Gen. ad lit. i, 8), these three ~phrases denote the threefold 422 1, 73 | with the eighth day. The three reasons assigned above are 423 1, 74 | Ang. Hier. xi) says that three things are ~to be found 424 1, 75 | attributed to anyone in ~three ways, as is clear from the 425 1, 75 | This can be made clear by three different reasons.~Aquin.: 426 1, 75 | divided into parts, there are three kinds ~of totality, corresponding 427 1, 75 | totality, corresponding to three kinds of division. There 428 1, 77 | specifically will be ~divided into three parts: first, we shall consider 429 1, 77 | called its ~parts. But only three parts of the soul are commonly 430 1, 77 | Therefore ~there are only three genera of powers in the 431 1, 77 | above ~numbered. Of these, three are called souls, and four 432 1, 77 | The vegetative part has three powers. For the vegetative ~ 433 1, 77 | vii). Therefore, of these three powers, the ~generative 434 1, 77 | 4). Hence it is that the three other senses ~are not exercised 435 1, 77 | xii, 6,7,24) describes three ~kinds of vision; namely, 436 1, 78 | passive may be taken in three ways. Firstly, in its ~most 437 1, 78 | intellect, ~and will are three powers, this is not in accordance 438 1, 78 | does not take the above ~three for three powers; but by 439 1, 78 | take the above ~three for three powers; but by memory he 440 1, 78 | distinct from ~the passive. But three of these are distinct, as 441 1, 78 | of these are distinct, as three states of the ~passive intellect, 442 1, 78 | which application is made in three ~ways. One way in so far 443 1, 80 | THE POWER OF SENSUALITY (THREE ARTICLES)~Next we have to 444 1, 80 | concerning which there ~are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 445 1, 81 | it is necessary for the three angles of a triangle to 446 1, 83 | corporeal things there are three points ~to be considered: ( 447 1, 83 | point the philosophers held three opinions. For ~Democritus 448 1, 84 | knowledge. Now there are three grades of ~the cognitive 449 1, 87 | KNOWS WHAT IS ABOVE ITSELF (THREE ARTICLES)~We must now consider 450 1, 87 | Under this head there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 451 1, 89 | production of man, there are three things to be considered: ( 452 1, 92 | image of God is in man in ~three ways. First, inasmuch as 453 1, 92 | applicable to any of the Three ~Persons, but only to the 454 1, 92 | there is one Nature in ~Three Persons.~Aquin.: SMT FP 455 1, 92 | image in the ~soul to these three things - mind, knowledge, 456 1, 92 | understanding, and will." But these three ~are "natural powers of 457 1, 92 | proportion to mind, he takes three things in the soul ~which 458 1, 92 | Trinity pre-eminently to these three, as though the first assignation ~ 459 1, 92 | chiefly consists in these three things, memory, understanding, ~ 460 1, 92 | understanding, and will are not three powers as stated in the ~ 461 1, 93 | understanding, there are three degrees of ~movement in 462 1, 95 | man. This can be proved in three ~ways. First, from the order 463 1, 96 | may be incorruptible in three ways. First, on the ~part 464 1, 101 | Gen. ad lit. viii, 1): "Three general ~opinions prevail 465 1, 102 | the world may be taken in three ways. First, ~on the part 466 1, 102 | divides providence into three parts. The first he ascribes 467 1, 102 | design of government, into three parts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 468 1, 104 | worker, according to these three ~things. First as an end. 469 1, 104 | of nature is surpassed in three ways: firstly, in ~the substance 470 1, 105 | the first point, there are three things to be considered: ( 471 1, 106 | present to the intellect in three ways; first, ~habitually, 472 1, 107 | Hier. vi) distinguishes three ~hierarchies of angels.~ 473 1, 107 | same manner we distinguish three angelic hierarchies. For 474 1, 107 | universal knowledge has three grades among the ~angels. 475 1, 107 | all may be reduced ~to three, when we consider that every 476 1, 107 | diversity is reduced to three - namely, to the ~summit, 477 1, 107 | hierarchy Dionysius ~places three orders (Coel. Hier. vi).~ 478 1, 107 | several angels (for instance, three or four), are ~of one order, 479 1, 107 | Powers." Therefore these three ~names do not seem to be 480 1, 107 | to be properly applied to three orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 481 1, 107 | in fire we may ~consider three things. First, the movement 482 1, 107 | it is clear ~that these three things exist in every kind 483 1, 107 | 3/7~As regards the end, three things may be considered. 484 1, 107 | 7~As regards government, three things are comprised therein, 485 1, 111 | as ~six administer and three assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 486 1, 114 | of bodies there have been three errors. For ~some denied 487 1, 114 | answer that, There have been three opinions about the demons. 488 1, 117 | FROM MAN AS TO THE SOUL (THREE ARTICLES)~We next consider 489 1, 117 | the first head there are three points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 490 1, 117 | Thus there would be in ~man three souls of which one would 491 2, 1 | diverse things, as last ends. Three reasons may be assigned ~ 492 2, 2 | may be said of the other three. ~Fourthly, because man 493 2, 3 | may belong to happiness in three ways: (1) ~essentially, ( 494 2, 3 | intellect. This is evident for three ~reasons. First because 495 2, 3 | virtues, he gives no more than three speculative ~virtues - " 496 2, 4 | search for the end. To these three, there are a corresponding ~ 497 2, 4 | there are a corresponding ~three in Happiness itself. For 498 2, 4 | 3). And therefore these three must concur with ~Happiness; 499 2, 7 | it. Now this happens in three ways: first, ~inasmuch as 500 2, 8 | REGARD TO WHAT IT WILLS (THREE ARTICLES)~We must now consider


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