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1 1, 1 | appertains to wisdom, the twofold manner of ~judging produces a twofold 2 1, 1 | not the ~virtue. The first manner of judging divine things 3 1, 1 | divine ~things." The second manner of judging belongs to this 4 1, 1 | xx, 1): "Holy Writ by the manner ~of its speech transcends 5 1, 2 | Whether God exists? ~(2) The manner of His existence, or, rather, 6 1, 2 | rather, what is NOT the manner of ~His existence; (3) Whatever 7 1, 3 | further question of the manner of its existence, in order 8 1, 3 | by its form; hence the ~manner in which it has its form 9 1, 3 | which it has its form is the manner in which it is an agent. ~ 10 1, 4 | everything acts according to the manner of its ~form, the effect 11 1, 8 | ways; in one way ~after the manner of an efficient cause; and 12 1, 9 | itself, thus also ~in some manner every creature is mutable. 13 1, 12 | go on to consider in what manner He is in the knowledge of 14 1, 12 | enigma [*Douay: 'in a dark ~manner']," "by the terms 'glass' 15 1, 12 | Himself, it seems that in like manner He is supremely so ~to an 16 1, 12 | idea of species; in like manner from the similitude of an 17 1, 12 | in a glass and in a dark manner, but then face to face" ( 18 1, 12 | of the ~sun, so in like manner to see any intelligible 19 1, 13 | thing; and the same in like manner applies to other ~names; 20 1, 13 | things," it might in like manner be said that God is a body, ~ 21 1, 13 | substance, but in an imperfect manner, even as creatures represent ~ 22 1, 13 | signifies Him in an imperfect manner, even as creatures ~represent 23 1, 13 | although ~in an imperfect manner; so likewise our intellect 24 1, 13 | us signify ~Him in that manner only.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] 25 1, 13 | although in an imperfect manner, it is also clear from what 26 1, 13 | in a various and manifold manner, so also to the ~various 27 1, 13 | a manifold and imperfect manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 28 1, 13 | apprehends Him in a manifold manner, as things represent ~Him.~ 29 1, 13 | simply, and in the same manner; as for example the ~sun 30 1, 13 | called Lord according to the manner in which the ~creature is 31 1, 13 | itself in an immaterial manner; not that it ~understands 32 1, 13 | immaterial things; but its manner of understanding ~is immaterial. 33 1, 13 | which is in a composite ~manner; yet not so as to understand 34 1, 14 | on the form, so in like manner to understand follows on 35 1, 14 | God ~knows things in that manner. Hence it is written that 36 1, 14 | in God in an excelling ~manner. Now not only what is common 37 1, 14 | cannot be taken in an equal manner as the ~ratio of different 38 1, 14 | but still not in such a manner that ~the knowledge of the 39 1, 14 | imagination, or of any other manner of meaning whatsoever. ~ 40 1, 14 | enunciable things not after the manner of ~enunciable things, as 41 1, 14 | enunciable things ~after the manner of enunciable things.~Aquin.: 42 1, 14 | in God in an invariable manner; while ~they exist variably 43 1, 14 | of God in an invariable ~manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 44 1, 14 | Secondly, as regards the manner of knowing - as, for ~instance, 45 1, 14 | things in a speculative manner, and not as practically 46 1, 15 | existing ~always in the same manner, as being contained in the 47 1, 15 | that creature; and in like manner as regards ~other creatures. 48 1, 15 | by Him in a speculative manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 49 1, 16 | truth. ~This is in like manner the case with complex or 50 1, 16 | that "the soul is in ~some manner all things," through the 51 1, 16 | differ logically. And in this manner ~the true, speaking absolutely, 52 1, 16 | which it indicates. In like manner it has been already said ~ 53 1, 16 | distinguishing form. In this manner ~all universals are said 54 1, 18 | existing ~in God in this manner are not movement, but life.~ 55 1, 19 | we will it in a qualified manner; for the will is directed 56 1, 19 | murderer, but in a qualified manner ~he would will him to live, 57 1, 19 | done, but also as to its manner of being done or of ~being. 58 1, 19 | points, that belong to its ~manner of being. Since then the 59 1, 21 | production of beings in ~a manner that accords with the divine 60 1, 22 | not pass away." In this manner both ~prudence and providence 61 1, 22 | that exist in whatsoever ~manner are necessarily directed 62 1, 22 | providence in an especial manner, so that something is imputed ~ 63 1, 23 | of necessity, ~after the manner of natural things which 64 1, 23 | in the mind; and in this manner we are said to destine a ~ 65 1, 23 | communicated to some in an especial manner through a participation ~ 66 1, 23 | grace, except after the manner of a final cause; as was ~ 67 1, 25 | except, ~perchance, after our manner of understanding, inasmuch 68 1, 25 | speaking after the common ~manner of the heathen, who thought 69 1, 25 | ordinary ~power. In this manner, we must say that God can 70 1, 25 | definitions is after the manner of the ~addition of unity 71 1, 25 | an adverb, implying the manner of the making; thus God 72 1, 25 | goodness. But if it implies the manner of the thing done, He ~can 73 1, 25 | things made by Him a ~better manner of existence as regards 74 1, 26 | to God in a very special manner. For ~nothing else is understood 75 1, 26 | belong in a most excellent manner to God, ~namely, to be perfect, 76 1, 26 | good is in God, after the manner not of ~composition, but 77 1, 26 | thing; differing only in the manner of our understanding them. 78 1, 26 | a power. Whence in ~our manner of understanding, divine 79 1, 26 | corporeal in a corporeal ~manner, is also in God, but in 80 1, 26 | God, but in a spiritual manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 81 1, 27 | living things. So in this manner the procession of the Word 82 1, 28 | or Son, but ~only in our manner of understanding; and this 83 1, 30 | to God ~in a more eminent manner than to creatures. But the 84 1, 31 | trinity in a determinate manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 85 1, 32 | significance not after the ~manner of realities, but by way 86 1, 33 | to God, not in a perfect manner, since the Creator and the 87 1, 34 | word proceeds in such a manner from the one who ~pronounces 88 1, 34 | word. Therefore in this manner to one ~person alone in 89 1, 36 | Person proceeding ~in that manner has not a proper name. But 90 1, 36 | property, it does so ~after the manner of a substantive, as do 91 1, 37 | proceeding; so in like manner, although the Holy Ghost 92 1, 37 | notionally, for then, in like manner, it might be ~said that " 93 1, 38 | may possess ~Him in this manner, its own power avails nothing: 94 1, 39 | perfect virtue." In like manner, as ~in God the persons 95 1, 39 | signify the essence after the manner ~of substantives; while 96 1, 39 | others signify it after the manner of adjectives. ~Those which 97 1, 39 | essence in a substantive manner are predicated of the three ~ 98 1, 39 | essence in an ~adjectival manner are predicated of the three 99 1, 39 | persons, so also in the same manner do we make use of the essential 100 1, 39 | manifested in a twofold manner by the essential ~attributes; 101 1, 39 | the persons in a ~fitting manner by the holy doctors?~Aquin.: 102 1, 41 | things except ~after the manner of sensible things, whence 103 1, 41 | persons separately after the ~manner of act, and separately after 104 1, 41 | and separately after the manner of relations. Thus it is ~ 105 1, 41 | and in accordance with our manner of speaking, as we ~attribute " 106 1, 41 | and nature differ in their manner of ~causation, in such a 107 1, 41 | begot the Son in such a manner by nature ~that the will 108 1, 41 | reason is taken from the manner of the processions. For 109 1, 41 | person proceeding after the manner of word, which person is ~ 110 1, 41 | person proceeding after the manner of love, which ~person is 111 1, 41 | reason is taken from the manner in which the persons proceed. ~ 112 1, 42 | perfection in a successive ~manner and by change. Therefore 113 1, 42 | the Son also doth in like manner."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 114 1, 42 | doth, the Son doth in ~like manner"; but their meaning is to 115 1, 43 | fittingly sent in a ~visible manner. For the Son as visibly 116 1, 43 | fittingly sent in a visible ~manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 117 1, 43 | being sent in a visible manner is only ~for the purpose 118 1, 43 | already created, and after the manner of an ~action was named 119 1, 43 | a way founded; in such a manner, however, that the visible ~ 120 1, 44 | different things. In ~this manner therefore God Himself is 121 1, 45 | To be created is, in a manner, to be made, as was shown ~ 122 1, 45 | bodies. And in the same manner the Master ~says (Sent. 123 1, 45 | principle; and so in that manner it shows the ~Person of 124 1, 45 | appropriations: in which manner we are able to arrive at 125 1, 46 | always ~moves in the same manner: hence unless some change 126 1, 46 | in some quite ~impossible manner. This appears in three ways. 127 1, 47 | Gn. 1:4); and in like manner of each one ~of the rest. 128 1, 50 | sensitive nature; and in like manner all the angels differ in ~ 129 1, 51 | citizens of Sodom; in like manner the angel who ~appeared 130 1, 52 | the angelic ~power in any manner whatever to any place.~Aquin.: 131 1, 52 | is in a place in such ~a manner that he is not in another. 132 1, 54 | and fourthly, into ~the manner whereby he knows them.~Aquin.: 133 1, 54 | but only according to the manner ~of expression; for it really 134 1, 55 | same is evident from the manner of existence of such substances. 135 1, 55 | created intellects in a ~lower manner, and less simply. Consequently 136 1, 56 | general ~knowledge. In like manner it cannot be said that one 137 1, 56 | through a ~glass in a dark manner; but then face to face." 138 1, 57 | partially, and in manifold manner in the lower beings, to 139 1, 57 | yet in a more ~manifold manner and less perfectly than 140 1, 57 | contained in it after the manner ~of such subject. But the 141 1, 57 | outward accidents. In like manner neither does the imagination; ~ 142 1, 57 | A[2] Body Para. 4/4~The manner in which an angel knows 143 1, 57 | becomes a universal. Such a ~manner of understanding is not 144 1, 57 | health of the patient. This manner of knowing future ~events 145 1, 58 | discursion and reasoning. In like manner, if the intellect ~in apprehending 146 1, 58 | according as it is, in an undue manner, ~referred to some composition 147 1, 58 | same conclusion. In like manner a thing can be known by 148 1, 59 | reason differ as to their manner of ~knowing; because the 149 1, 59 | Body Para. 3/3~In like manner neither can the will be 150 1, 59 | inclination it tends, in a ~manner, to what is outside it. 151 1, 59 | Free-will exists in a nobler manner in the higher angels ~than 152 1, 59 | exist ~in the angels in this manner. For in them there are no 153 1, 60 | Agent, Who acts in such a manner that He is in no way ~moved 154 1, 60 | or by teaching. In like manner, the ~end acts in the will 155 1, 60 | other's essence. In like manner he does ~not love another 156 1, 61 | corporeal creature involves in a manner the creation of all ~things; 157 1, 61 | desired to be equal in some manner to God, as will ~appear 158 1, 62 | nature according to the manner of the nature; as every ~ 159 1, 62 | beatitude: and in like manner the act of nature must be 160 1, 62 | demonstrative one. In like ~manner, an angel can know God by 161 1, 62 | whoever wills or acts in this manner cannot sin. Consequently ~ 162 1, 63 | from pride; and in like manner from envy. But, if the cause 163 1, 63 | These two ~views in a manner coincide; because according 164 1, 64 | said Eph. 5:13. In like manner they cannot ~learn by revelation, 165 1, 64 | free-will, but according to ~the manner and condition of their state, 166 1, 64 | sitting on his throne. In like manner it must be said, that although 167 1, 65 | some special and higher manner God as their ~end, since 168 1, 65 | corporeal creatures were, in a manner, made for the sake ~of the 169 1, 65 | thing made, but also by the manner of making it; for one and 170 1, 66 | form, so time was in a ~manner formless before it was fully 171 1, 69 | having clearly expresses the ~manner in which it received its 172 1, 69 | morning, one day." In ~like manner it is said that "the firmament," 173 1, 75 | human soul is, after ~a manner, in potentiality; which 174 1, 75 | receives according to the manner of its ~existence, and those 175 1, 75 | existence after ~its own manner. Now, in things that have 176 1, 76 | are united in the above ~manner, the action of the intellect 177 1, 76 | one may hold as to the ~manner of the union of the intellect 178 1, 76 | retains its own being. In like manner ~the multiplicity of souls 179 1, 76 | to be impossible by the manner in which one ~thing is predicated 180 1, 76 | essentially, in the second manner of essential predication, ~( 181 1, 76 | colored, we have the second ~manner of essential predication.) 182 1, 76 | according to the ~second manner of essential predication, 183 1, 76 | intentions, which flow ~from our manner of understanding, because 184 1, 76 | condition; and in like ~manner, when an accidental form 185 1, 76 | lucid by the light. In like manner, ~the soul is said to be 186 1, 76 | is in potentiality to all manner of acts in a ~certain order, 187 1, 76 | same power in a ~nobler manner.~ 188 1, 77 | various species. In like manner ~therefore, not any variety 189 1, 77 | two contraries one, in a ~manner, includes the idea of the 190 1, 77 | the soul is one. In like manner the objects are various 191 1, 77 | them something is after a manner actual. They differ, however, 192 1, 77 | of the others, after the manner ~of the end and active principle. 193 1, 37 | proceeding; so in like manner, although the Holy Ghost 194 1, 37 | notionally, for then, in like manner, it might be ~said that " 195 1, 38 | may possess ~Him in this manner, its own power avails nothing: 196 1, 39 | perfect virtue." In like manner, as ~in God the persons 197 1, 39 | signify the essence after the manner ~of substantives; while 198 1, 39 | others signify it after the manner of adjectives. ~Those which 199 1, 39 | essence in a substantive manner are predicated of the three ~ 200 1, 39 | essence in an ~adjectival manner are predicated of the three 201 1, 39 | persons, so also in the same manner do we make use of the essential ~ 202 1, 39 | manifested in a twofold manner by the essential ~attributes; 203 1, 39 | the persons in a ~fitting manner by the holy doctors?~Aquin.: 204 1, 41 | things except ~after the manner of sensible things, whence 205 1, 41 | persons separately after the ~manner of act, and separately after 206 1, 41 | and separately after the manner of relations. Thus it is ~ 207 1, 41 | and in accordance with our manner of speaking, as we ~attribute " 208 1, 41 | and nature differ in their manner of ~causation, in such a 209 1, 41 | begot the Son in such a manner by nature ~that the will 210 1, 41 | reason is taken from the manner of the processions. For 211 1, 41 | person proceeding after the manner of word, which person is ~ 212 1, 41 | person proceeding after the manner of love, which ~person is 213 1, 41 | reason is taken from the manner in which the persons proceed. ~ 214 1, 42 | perfection in a successive ~manner and by change. Therefore 215 1, 42 | the Son also doth in like manner."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 216 1, 42 | doth, the Son doth in ~like manner"; but their meaning is to 217 1, 43 | fittingly sent in a ~visible manner. For the Son as visibly 218 1, 43 | fittingly sent in a visible ~manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 219 1, 43 | being sent in a visible manner is only ~for the purpose 220 1, 43 | already created, and after the manner of an ~action was named 221 1, 43 | a way founded; in such a manner, however, that the visible ~ 222 1, 45 | different things. In ~this manner therefore God Himself is 223 1, 46 | To be created is, in a manner, to be made, as was shown ~ 224 1, 46 | bodies. And in the same manner the Master ~says (Sent. 225 1, 46 | principle; and so in that manner it shows the ~Person of 226 1, 46 | appropriations: in which manner we are able to arrive at 227 1, 47 | always ~moves in the same manner: hence unless some change 228 1, 47 | in some quite ~impossible manner. This appears in three ways. 229 1, 48 | Gn. 1:4); and in like manner of each one ~of the rest. 230 1, 51 | sensitive nature; and in like manner all the angels differ in ~ 231 1, 52 | citizens of Sodom; in like manner the angel who ~appeared 232 1, 53 | the angelic ~power in any manner whatever to any place.~Aquin.: 233 1, 53 | is in a place in such ~a manner that he is not in another. 234 1, 55 | and fourthly, into ~the manner whereby he knows them.~Aquin.: 235 1, 55 | but only according to the manner ~of expression; for it really 236 1, 56 | same is evident from the manner of existence of such substances. 237 1, 56 | created intellects in a ~lower manner, and less simply. Consequently 238 1, 57 | general ~knowledge. In like manner it cannot be said that one 239 1, 57 | through a ~glass in a dark manner; but then face to face." 240 1, 58 | partially, and in manifold manner in the lower beings, to 241 1, 58 | yet in a more ~manifold manner and less perfectly than 242 1, 58 | contained in it after the manner ~of such subject. But the 243 1, 58 | outward accidents. In like manner neither does the imagination; ~ 244 1, 58 | A[2] Body Para. 4/4~The manner in which an angel knows 245 1, 58 | becomes a universal. Such a ~manner of understanding is not 246 1, 58 | health of the patient. This manner of knowing future ~events 247 1, 59 | discursion and reasoning. In like manner, if the intellect ~in apprehending 248 1, 59 | according as it is, in an undue manner, ~referred to some composition 249 1, 59 | same conclusion. In like manner a thing can be known by 250 1, 60 | reason differ as to their manner of ~knowing; because the 251 1, 60 | Body Para. 3/3~In like manner neither can the will be 252 1, 60 | inclination it tends, in a ~manner, to what is outside it. 253 1, 60 | Free-will exists in a nobler manner in the higher angels than 254 1, 60 | exist ~in the angels in this manner. For in them there are no 255 1, 61 | Agent, Who acts in such a manner that He is in no way ~moved 256 1, 61 | or by teaching. In like manner, the ~end acts in the will 257 1, 61 | other's essence. In like manner he does ~not love another 258 1, 62 | corporeal creature involves in a manner the creation of all ~things; 259 1, 62 | desired to be equal in some manner to God, as will ~appear 260 1, 63 | nature according to the manner of the nature; as every ~ 261 1, 63 | beatitude: and in like manner the act of nature must be 262 1, 63 | demonstrative one. In like ~manner, an angel can know God by 263 1, 63 | whoever wills or acts in this manner cannot sin. Consequently ~ 264 1, 64 | from pride; and in like manner from envy. But, if the cause 265 1, 64 | These two ~views in a manner coincide; because according 266 1, 65 | said Eph. 5:13. In like manner they cannot ~learn by revelation, 267 1, 65 | free-will, but according to ~the manner and condition of their state, 268 1, 65 | sitting on his throne. In like manner it must be said, that although 269 1, 66 | some special and higher manner God as their ~end, since 270 1, 66 | corporeal creatures were, in a manner, made for the sake ~of the 271 1, 66 | thing made, but also by the manner of making it; for one and 272 1, 67 | form, so time was in a ~manner formless before it was fully 273 1, 70 | having clearly expresses the ~manner in which it received its 274 1, 70 | morning, one day." In ~like manner it is said that "the firmament," 275 1, 74 | human soul is, after ~a manner, in potentiality; which 276 1, 74 | receives according to the manner of its ~existence, and those 277 1, 74 | existence after ~its own manner. Now, in things that have 278 1, 75 | are united in the above ~manner, the action of the intellect 279 1, 75 | one may hold as to the ~manner of the union of the intellect 280 1, 75 | retains its own being. In like manner ~the multiplicity of souls 281 1, 75 | to be impossible by the manner in which one ~thing is predicated 282 1, 75 | essentially, in the second manner of essential predication, ~( 283 1, 75 | colored, we have the second ~manner of essential predication.) 284 1, 75 | according to the ~second manner of essential predication, 285 1, 75 | intentions, which flow ~from our manner of understanding, because 286 1, 75 | condition; and in like ~manner, when an accidental form 287 1, 75 | lucid by the light. In like manner, ~the soul is said to be 288 1, 75 | is in potentiality to all manner of acts in a ~certain order, 289 1, 75 | same power in a ~nobler manner.~ 290 1, 76 | various species. In like manner ~therefore, not any variety 291 1, 76 | two contraries one, in a ~manner, includes the idea of the 292 1, 76 | the soul is one. In like manner the objects are various 293 1, 76 | them something is after a manner actual. They differ, however, 294 1, 76 | of the others, after the manner ~of the end and active principle. 295 1, 77 | to the soul in a twofold manner. First, ~inasmuch as this 296 1, 77 | excellent and more ~universal manner; for that which is highest 297 1, 77 | its proper object. In like manner they seem to suffice ~for 298 1, 77 | than the color; and in like manner with the other senses. Therefore 299 1, 77 | cannot perceive. In like ~manner does the estimative power, 300 1, 77 | though in a less perfect manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 301 1, 78 | which is sense. And in like manner the intellectual soul is ~ 302 1, 78 | understanding, in like manner and for the same reason 303 1, 78 | begetting man: and in like manner with other perfect animals. 304 1, 78 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In like manner, the opposition of sensuality 305 1, 79 | natural form, in ~such a manner that it is nevertheless 306 1, 79 | have knowledge in a ~higher manner and above the manner of 307 1, 79 | higher manner and above the manner of natural forms; so must 308 1, 79 | knowledge, above the ~common manner in which it is found in 309 1, 80 | wish. Therefore, in like manner, neither do the powers of 310 1, 81 | Body Para. 4/4~In like manner neither is natural necessity 311 1, 81 | determinate act. In like manner also the will ~may be considered 312 1, 82 | moves downwards; and in like manner all things which ~lack knowledge. 313 1, 82 | denotes an act, in the common manner of ~speaking we call free-will, 314 1, 82 | the principles. In like ~manner on the part of the appetite 315 1, 83 | the ~knower in the same manner as in the thing known. Then 316 1, 83 | operates in a more excellent manner those things which ~belong 317 1, 83 | nature of fire; and in like manner as to air and water. Lastly, ~ 318 1, 83 | to make ~use of them in a manner befitting the things of 319 1, 83 | individual knife; and in ~like manner the natural philosopher 320 1, 83 | of the knife: and in like manner the natural philosopher 321 1, 83 | senses, ~nevertheless in a manner it receives from the senses, 322 1, 84 | is understood. In like manner the words "abstract universal" 323 1, 84 | and not of smell. In like ~manner humanity understood is only 324 1, 84 | has no parts"; and in like manner the ~notion of "one" is 325 1, 86 | actually colored. In like manner ~it is clear that the intellect, 326 1, 88 | in a general and confused manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 327 1, 90 | natural things, but is in ~a manner composed of all things, 328 1, 92 | represented God in a perfect manner. But, as Augustine says ( 329 1, 92 | sense of the ~seer; in like manner imaginary vision is not 330 1, 92 | perfect ~virtue. In like manner, likeness may be considered 331 1, 93 | seen in a much more perfect manner through His ~intelligible 332 1, 93 | animals' ~natures; and in like manner he was possessed of the 333 1, 93 | established by God in such a manner as to have knowledge of 334 1, 93 | things known, but in the manner of knowing; because what 335 1, 94 | moderates pleasure; and ~in like manner, fortitude, as moderating 336 1, 94 | human nature: and in like manner, if we ~consider the absolute 337 1, 96 | preserving the body in a manner surpassing the capacity ~ 338 1, 96 | becomes watery. In like manner, we ~may observe that at 339 1, 98 | been in ~harmony with the manner in which it was established 340 1, 99 | henceforth to sin. In like manner, therefore, man would have 341 1, 100 | reason depends ~in a certain manner on the use of the sensitive 342 1, 101 | signified Christ. In like manner the ~tree of the knowledge 343 1, 103 | exist without it. In this manner all creatures need to be 344 1, 103 | putrefaction; and in like manner with many other things. 345 1, 103 | and corruption. In like manner astrologers ~ascribe to 346 1, 104 | intellectual power. In like manner, since He is the ~First 347 1, 104 | sufficiently as its object. In like manner the power of willing ~is 348 1, 104 | is not forced. ~In like manner God, while moving the will, 349 1, 104 | works in ~things in such a manner that things have their proper 350 1, 104 | also ~on account of the manner and order in which it is 351 1, 105 | truth in a ~more particular manner. Therefore the superior 352 1, 106 | one who wills. In that ~manner both the superior angels 353 1, 106 | to another ~in a twofold manner. In one way for the purpose 354 1, 107 | hierarchy. In ~the same manner we distinguish three angelic 355 1, 107 | considered in a threefold manner. First as preceding ~from 356 1, 107 | a thing in an imperfect manner can only distinguish it 357 1, 107 | be ~found in a threefold manner: by way of property, by 358 1, 107 | possessed thereby in an eminent manner, as we have stated (Q[13], 359 1, 107 | attributed ~to God in a special manner, by way of excess: but the 360 1, 107 | and all ~this in such a manner that the whole of this hierarchy 361 1, 107 | enlightened by Him ~in a manner adapted to the immediate 362 1, 110 | intellectual operation. In like manner not everyone who ~is enlightened 363 1, 110 | Fide ~Orth. ii, 4); in like manner also the good angels introduce 364 1, 110 | will something. In ~this manner the angels, as being able 365 1, 110 | be changed in a twofold manner; from ~without, as when 366 1, 111 | he is "here" ~in such a manner as not to be "there." But 367 1, 111 | not go abroad in such a manner as to lose the ~delights 368 1, 111 | immediately in ministry, in such a manner however that the superior 369 1, 112 | we hold ~in an invariable manner. It is moreover manifest 370 1, 112 | as they ~would. In like manner Antichrist will not do as 371 1, 112 | punishment or of ~fault. In like manner it must be said that the 372 1, 115 | heavenly body acts after the manner of a natural principle: 373 1, 116 | the ~unknown, in a twofold manner. Firstly, by proposing to 374 1, 116 | the disciple after the manner of a natural active cause. 375 1, 116 | in a general and confused manner; but not known in detail ~ 376 1, 118 | generated seldom; in like manner fat men, ~and for the same 377 1, 118 | through the father. In like manner the third objection is ~ 378 2, 1 | human, is the end. In ~like manner it is their terminus: for 379 2, 1 | most ~pleasure. In like manner that good is most complete 380 2, 2 | Body Para. 2/3~In like manner neither can anything belonging 381 2, 3 | his senses. Again, in like manner, because, as shown above ~( 382 2, 3 | his hand, ~or in some like manner; and then he delights in 383 2, 5 | participated by man in a changeable manner. And ~consequently it seems 384 2, 5 | trials in a ~praiseworthy manner. And since the happiness 385 2, 5 | contemplation of wisdom. In like manner neither has ~it any inconvenience 386 2, 5 | to their progeny. In like manner, ~because Happiness was 387 2, 6 | is impossible. In ~like manner a man may be dragged by 388 2, 6 | such a disposition. In like manner when the will is moved, ~ 389 2, 6 | unnatural"; and in like ~manner that which is against the 390 2, 6 | voluntary agent. In like manner an act is said to ~be voluntary 391 2, 6 | not to will," and in like manner "not to consider"; for ~ 392 2, 7 | opposition": and in like manner ~words that signify local 393 2, 7 | reason of the act, as the manner in which ~the act is done.~ 394 2, 7 | the form of an act is the manner in which it is done. Therefore 395 2, 8 | color being seen. In like manner ~whenever a man wills the 396 2, 8 | conclusion. And in like manner the will sometimes wills 397 2, 9 | determining the act, after the ~manner of a formal principle, whereby 398 2, 9 | moves itself. And, in like manner, the will, through its volition 399 2, 10 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MANNER IN WHICH THE WILL IS MOVED ( 400 2, 10 | We must now consider the manner in which the will is moved. 401 2, 10 | naturally ~known. In like manner the principle of voluntary 402 2, 10 | There is, however, another manner of causing that is proper ~ 403 2, 10 | of its act, besides the manner proper to ~nature, which 404 2, 10 | the Empyrean.] And in like manner it is ~not necessary that 405 2, 10 | actually. But as to the second manner ~of motion, the will is 406 2, 10 | the ~perfect good. In like manner whatever is ordained to 407 2, 11 | called fruit in a certain manner; but we cannot be said to 408 2, 11 | on the agent depends the manner of ~acting, so that the 409 2, 13 | actions in a most orderly manner ~through being ordained 410 2, 13 | conclusion ~is not true. In like manner, the end does not always 411 2, 14 | reasoning process. In like manner we ascribe counsel to God, ~ 412 2, 14 | concerned ~himself; or after the manner of an instrument, for the 413 2, 15 | an action; and in ~like manner on the delight that results. 414 2, 17 | composition or order. In like manner also many ~individuals that 415 2, 17 | order to understand in ~what manner the act of the sensitive 416 2, 17 | we must consider in what manner it is in our power. Now 417 2, 18 | the ~same species. In like manner, good, inasmuch as it is 418 2, 18 | sweet-smelling things. In like ~manner an action which, as to its 419 2, 18 | species of color. In like manner that which makes an action ~ 420 2, 18 | something else. In ~like manner a circumstance does not 421 2, 19 | is no error: and in like ~manner if it tell us not to do 422 2, 19 | conscience errs. In like manner ~if a man's reason or conscience 423 2, 19 | by the reason. In like ~manner, to believe in Christ is 424 2, 19 | of the emperor. In like manner ~if a man were to know that 425 2, 19 | evil intention. In like manner, suppose a man's reason 426 2, 19 | as to imitate it. In like manner human knowledge ~is conformed 427 2, 20 | the giver; and, in like manner, ~if a man bear patiently 428 2, 21 | forms something. In like manner, the sin of the will always 429 2, 23 | things desire it. In like manner, nothing ~desires evil, 430 2, 23 | passion of "despair." In like manner the arduous evil, considered 431 2, 23 | Body Para. 2/4~In like manner neither can there be according 432 2, 23 | joy ~and sadness. In like manner there are three groups in 433 2, 24 | truly good, and in like manner, if they turn ~away from 434 2, 25 | the arduous good. In like manner ~fear adds to aversion or 435 2, 25 | accidental, as it were. In like manner fear, through being a movement ~ 436 2, 26 | natural love." In like manner the aptitude of ~the sensitive 437 2, 27 | sensitive love: and in like manner ~the contemplation of spiritual 438 2, 27 | act is contained, ~in a manner, in the potentiality itself.~ 439 2, 27 | makes them to be, in a manner, one in that form: thus 440 2, 28 | our well-being. In ~like manner when a man loves another 441 2, 28 | individual rights. In like manner those who ~seek to excel, 442 2, 30 | it gives joy: in like ~manner, the evil we apprehend makes 443 2, 31 | words of Tobias 5:12: ~"What manner of joy shall be to me, who 444 2, 32 | lover and beloved. In like manner every object ~of desire 445 2, 32 | Phys. viii, 1. In like manner sadness is the accidental 446 2, 32 | delivered from them. In like manner the recollection of pleasant 447 2, 34 | virtuous is good; and in like ~manner everything useful is good. 448 2, 35 | 31], A[3]): and in like manner that pain alone which is 449 2, 35 | consolation of eternity. In like manner a man merits it when ~he 450 2, 35 | pleasure is a remedy for all manner of sorrow, as the Philosopher ~ 451 2, 35 | sorrow is a ~hindrance of all manner of pleasure: but chiefly 452 2, 35 | surpasses outward pain. In like manner also on ~the part of apprehension: 453 2, 35 | appetite, it becomes in a manner pleasant and ~agreeable 454 2, 35 | sensitive appetite: and, in like manner, from outward than from 455 2, 35 | foreign matter. In like manner we ~speak of astronomy and 456 2, 35 | In accordance with this manner of speaking, the species 457 2, 36 | goods. Therefore, in ~like manner, every sorrow is caused 458 2, 38 | other." Therefore, in like manner, when many are sorrowful, 459 2, 40 | rise to another: in like manner ~various movements arise 460 2, 40 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~In like manner, in reply to the Second 461 2, 41 | corruptive or painful." In like manner desire is ascribed by Damascene 462 2, 42 | Body Para. 4/5~In like manner one fears "to be over another," 463 2, 42 | sorrow. Therefore, in like manner, he can fear his own fear.~ 464 2, 45 | conjoined good. In like ~manner despair regards directly 465 2, 46 | Q[23], A[4]). In ~like manner, neither is it in the second 466 2, 46 | subject, ~thus anger, in a manner, is more natural; and, in 467 2, 46 | more natural; and, in a manner, desire is ~more natural. 468 2, 46 | follows that it ~is, in a manner, natural to man.~Aquin.: 469 2, 47 | despise him; and in like manner ~the prince is angry with 470 2, 49 | but something after the manner of action or passion: thus, ~ 471 2, 49 | also to shape, and in like manner, in regard to ~heat and 472 2, 50 | in the angels) after the manner of ~accidents, as in us: 473 2, 51 | than its part: and in like manner with regard to other such ~ 474 2, 52 | health and sickness. In like manner, if ~an alteration take 475 2, 52 | hot." Therefore, in like manner, ~neither is any addition 476 2, 52 | speedily or readily. In like ~manner, science can increase in 477 2, 53 | Anima i, text. 65). In like manner, neither ~can it be lost 478 2, 53 | root of the habit. In like ~manner a habit of virtue can be 479 2, 53 | many a friendship." In like manner other habits of virtue are ~ 480 2, 54 | they are multiplied in like manner. Therefore there cannot 481 2, 54 | concupiscence: and in like manner there can be several good 482 2, 54 | human, ~nature. In like manner the evil that constitutes 483 2, 55 | one and good: and in like manner goodness. But this ~is not 484 2, 56 | since good, and, in like manner, being, is said of a thing 485 2, 56 | temperate; and ~in like manner as regards other such virtues. 486 2, 56 | be a virtue: and in like manner, in the other interior ~ 487 2, 56 | fashion, ~it is after the manner of an integral part.~~Aquin.: 488 2, 56 | some ~human acts, in like manner there will be a virtue in 489 2, 58 | be circumcised after the manner (morem) of Moses, you cannot ~ 490 2, 58 | Who maketh men of one manner [moris] to dwell in a ~house." 491 2, 59 | as ~they should be as to manner and time."~Aquin.: SMT FS 492 2, 60 | contradicting reason in the same manner, ~e.g. by impelling to that 493 2, 61 | Body Para. 3/3~In like manner, we find the same number 494 2, 61 | that it "safeguards the manner and order in all things 495 2, 62 | hope and charity. In like manner a man loves a thing ~because 496 2, 63 | Body Para. 2/6~In like manner with regard to sciences 497 2, 64 | right end, and in a right manner, i.e. according ~to God' 498 2, 64 | this be done in ~an undue manner, i.e. out of unlawful superstition, 499 2, 64 | measured by that mean. In like manner the difference between excess ~ 500 2, 64 | goodness is infinite. In like manner faith ~holds a middle course


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