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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | i.e. the image, "of His substance" (Heb. 1:3). ~Therefore 2 1, 3 | can be in itself. But the substance or nature of God - i.e. 3 1, 3 | contained in a genus. For a substance is a ~being that subsists 4 1, 3 | Therefore God is in a genus of substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[5] 5 1, 3 | Therefore God is in the genus of substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[5] 6 1, 3 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The word substance signifies not only what 7 1, 3 | is not in the ~genus of substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[5] 8 1, 3 | are accidents in God. For substance cannot be ~an accident, 9 1, 3 | cannot, in another, be a substance. Thus it is proved ~that 10 1, 3 | absolute being: thus a heated substance can have ~something extraneous 11 1, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Since substance is prior to its accidents, 12 1, 3 | to the principles of the substance as to that ~which is prior; 13 1, 3 | contained in the genus of ~substance; yet He is first in respect 14 1, 5 | to ~being limits it; as substance, quantity, quality, etc. 15 1, 5 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Substance, quantity, quality, and 16 1, 7 | is finite according to substance. But God is ~this, and not 17 1, 7 | God is ~not infinite in substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[1] 18 1, 7 | every created intellectual substance is infinite.~Aquin.: SMT 19 1, 7 | matter, as is the angelic ~substance, or at least an intellectual 20 1, 8 | perfection added to the substance of a ~thing, so many other 21 1, 8 | His presence, power and ~substance; still He is said to be 22 1, 8 | nevertheless may not be in substance in every part of the house. 23 1, 8 | is said to be by way of substance or essence in that place 24 1, 8 | that place in ~which its substance may be. Now there were some ( 25 1, 8 | own essence; because His substance is present to all things 26 1, 8 | thing may be distant in substance, as was shown in this ~article; 27 1, 8 | except grace, added to substance, ~renders God present in 28 1, 9 | remains the same as ~to substance; thus in everything which 29 1, 11 | being," but ~signified the substance of "being" as undivided, 30 1, 11 | added a reality to the substance of ~"being" (otherwise number 31 1, 11 | added a ~reality to the substance of beings; as "white" to " 32 1, 11 | each thing is "one" by its substance. ~For if a thing were "one" 33 1, 11 | anything else but by its substance, since ~this again would 34 1, 11 | absolute being in the genus of substance is ~non-being relatively 35 1, 11 | every being is "one" by its substance, still every ~such substance 36 1, 11 | substance, still every ~such substance is not equally the cause 37 1, 11 | cause of unity; for the substance of ~some things is compound 38 1, 12 | any created intellectual substance is sufficient by its own ~ 39 1, 12 | made actual; whereas the substance of the stone is not there. 40 1, 12 | understand ~incorporeal substance, which is above its nature. 41 1, 12 | know separate subsisting substance, and separate subsisting 42 1, 12 | not necessary to see the substance of the ~sun, so in like 43 1, 13 | nouns are taken to signify substance with quality; verbs ~and 44 1, 13 | and participles signify substance with time; pronouns the 45 1, 13 | concrete ~names to signify His substance and perfection, although 46 1, 13 | Reply OBJ 3: To signify substance with quality is to signify 47 1, 13 | applied to God ~signifying substance with quality. Further, verbs 48 1, 13 | of God signifies ~not His substance, but rather shows forth 49 1, 13 | by us in this life in His substance. Therefore ~neither is any 50 1, 13 | simplicity whereby His substance is signified." Therefore 51 1, 13 | kind signify the divine substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 52 1, 13 | do not at all signify His substance, but rather ~express the 53 1, 13 | names ~signify the divine substance, and are predicated substantially 54 1, 13 | names signify the ~divine substance, but in an imperfect manner, 55 1, 13 | also that God is above all substance and all life.~Aquin.: SMT 56 1, 13 | names signify the divine substance, ~although in an imperfect 57 1, 13 | names signify the divine ~substance, as is universally held. 58 1, 13 | power, which is the divine substance; and ~"Creator" signifies 59 1, 13 | essence. Now the ~divine substance is not temporal, but eternal. 60 1, 13 | do not signify the divine substance directly, but indirectly, ~ 61 1, 13 | they presuppose the divine substance; as dominion ~presupposes 62 1, 13 | power, which is the divine substance. Others signify the ~divine 63 1, 13 | same thing. For as we know substance from its properties ~and 64 1, 13 | and operations, so we name substance sometimes for its operation, 65 1, 13 | property; e.g. we name the substance of a stone from its act, 66 1, 13 | action, but the stone's substance. ~The things, on the other 67 1, 13 | being" which is ~applied to "substance" is placed in the definition 68 1, 13 | and indeterminate sea of ~substance." Now by any other name 69 1, 13 | other name some mode of substance is determined, ~whereas 70 1, 13 | the "infinite ocean of ~substance."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 71 1, 13 | imposed to signify the substance of God itself, ~incommunicable 72 1, 14 | what belongs to the divine substance, we have now to ~treat of 73 1, 14 | His understanding is His substance?~(5) Whether He understands 74 1, 14 | of God, nor a habit; but ~substance and pure act.~Aquin.: SMT 75 1, 14 | species differ ~from the substance of the divine intellect, 76 1, 14 | of God's intellect is His substance?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 77 1, 14 | God's intellect is not His substance. ~For to understand is an 78 1, 14 | s intellect is not ~His substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 79 1, 14 | s ~intellect is not His substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 80 1, 14 | God's ~existence is His substance, as shown above (Q[3], A[ 81 1, 14 | of God's intellect is His substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 82 1, 14 | God's intellect is His ~substance. For if His act of understanding 83 1, 14 | understanding were other than His substance, ~then something else, as 84 1, 14 | perfection of the divine substance, to which the divine substance ~ 85 1, 14 | substance, to which the divine substance ~would be related, as potentiality 86 1, 14 | multiplicity is attached to His substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 87 1, 14 | understanding not by its substance, but by its image, according 88 1, 14 | knowledge of God is His substance, as is clear ~from the foregoing ( 89 1, 14 | foregoing (A[4]), just as His substance is altogether immutable, ~ 90 1, 16 | convertible with being ~as to substance; while the true that is 91 1, 17 | that are not present in substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 92 1, 17 | contrary ~to the Divine Substance," as Augustine says (De 93 1, 18 | signify ~this, but rather a substance to which self-movement and 94 1, 18 | Vera Relig. 29), a living ~substance is better than a substance 95 1, 18 | substance is better than a substance that does not live. If, 96 1, 19 | in the disposition of the substance of the ~willer. For since 97 1, 19 | been shown that ~both the substance of God and His knowledge 98 1, 21 | of the whole, accident to substance, and all things ~whatsoever 99 1, 22 | not only as regards ~their substance, but also as regards their 100 1, 25 | although not as ~regards the substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 101 1, 27 | in ourselves is not the ~substance itself of the intellect; 102 1, 27 | intelligence is the very ~substance itself of the one who understands ( 103 1, 27 | could not say that the whole substance of ~created being comes 104 1, 27 | could ~receive the whole substance. So, then, what is generated 105 1, 27 | proceeds, although in God the substance of the intellect and its 106 1, 28 | the Godhead refer to the substance; for nothing can be predicated ~ 107 1, 28 | regards the fact that the substance is not diversified by these ~ 108 1, 28 | said of God is said of His substance, for we say some things 109 1, 28 | things do not refer to the ~substance." Therefore the relation 110 1, 28 | is ~called the measure of substance, and quality is the disposition 111 1, 28 | quality is the disposition of ~substance. But the true idea of relation 112 1, 28 | predicated under the mode of ~substance, as existing in Him to Whom 113 1, 28 | Trin.) that in God "the substance ~contains the unity; and 114 1, 29 | person is an individual ~substance of a rational nature." For 115 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, substance as placed above in the definition 116 1, 29 | person, ~is either first substance, or second substance. If 117 1, 29 | first substance, or second substance. If it is the former, the ~ 118 1, 29 | superfluous, because first substance is individual ~substance; 119 1, 29 | substance is individual ~substance; if it stands for second 120 1, 29 | if it stands for second substance, the word "individual" is ~ 121 1, 29 | thing (for it signifies a substance of a rational nature), the 122 1, 29 | separated soul is an individual substance of the ~rational nature; 123 1, 29 | belongs to ~the genus of substance. For substance is individualized 124 1, 29 | genus of substance. For substance is individualized by itself; ~ 125 1, 29 | the subject, which is the ~substance; since this particular whiteness 126 1, 29 | individuals of the genus substance should have a special name 127 1, 29 | Thus the term "individual substance" is placed in the definition 128 1, 29 | singular in the genus of substance; and the ~term "rational 129 1, 29 | gives a definition of ~first substance; and in this way Boethius 130 1, 29 | opinion of some, the term "substance" in the ~definition of person 131 1, 29 | person stands for first substance, which is the hypostasis; ~ 132 1, 29 | name of hypostasis or first substance the idea of universality 133 1, 29 | however, better to say that substance is ~here taken in a general 134 1, 29 | it is restricted to first substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 135 1, 29 | be called an individual substance, which is the ~hypostasis 136 1, 29 | the ~hypostasis or first substance, as neither can the hand 137 1, 29 | Greeks called the individual substance of the rational nature by 138 1, 29 | and form is the individual substance ~called "hypostasis" and " 139 1, 29 | called from subsisting, as ~substance or hypostasis is so called 140 1, 29 | Philosopher (Metaph. v), substance is ~twofold. In one sense 141 1, 29 | the definition means the substance of a ~thing; in which sense 142 1, 29 | a ~thing; in which sense substance is called by the Greeks { 143 1, 29 | essence." In another sense substance means a subject or ~"suppositum," 144 1, 29 | subsists in the genus of substance. To this, taken in ~a general 145 1, 29 | threefold consideration of the substance ~thus named. For, as it 146 1, 29 | called ~"hypostasis," or "substance." What these three names 147 1, 29 | individual of the genus ~substance; but in the usual way of 148 1, 29 | But because the word ~"substance," which, properly speaking, 149 1, 29 | hypostasis, rather than "substance."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 150 1, 29 | comprised in the predicament of substance, ~but not because the species 151 1, 29 | be called an individual substance, since the principle ~of 152 1, 29 | accidents, so as to be called a substance. Therefore the word ~"person" 153 1, 29 | hypostases, inasmuch as the word "substance," which ~corresponds to 154 1, 29 | implies incommunicability. "Substance" can be applied to God in 155 1, 29 | not signify relation, but substance. For Augustine says (De 156 1, 29 | mean nothing else but ~the substance of the Father, for person 157 1, 29 | is this: "The ~individual substance of the rational nature," 158 1, 29 | Therefore ~"person" signifies substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 159 1, 29 | signifies the individual ~substance of a rational figure. The 160 1, 29 | signify ~relation by way of substance, and such a relation is 161 1, 29 | as such, but by way of a ~substance - which is a hypostasis. 162 1, 29 | distinct and incommunicable ~substance - includes the idea of relation, 163 1, 30 | person is "the individual substance of a rational nature." If 164 1, 30 | definition of "person" includes "substance," not as ~meaning the essence, 165 1, 30 | individual." To signify the substance thus ~understood, the Greeks 166 1, 30 | the undivided nature or substance of a man. In ~the same way, 167 1, 30 | wider and more general ~than substance and relation. And so likewise 168 1, 30 | in God ~it may mean both substance and relation, according 169 1, 30 | negation of division, beyond ~substance and relation; as was explained 170 1, 31 | every name in God ~signifies substance or relation. But this name " 171 1, 31 | Trinity" does not signify ~the substance; otherwise it would be predicated 172 1, 31 | term implying diversity of substance. If, then, the ~Son is other 173 1, 31 | there any difference in substance between them, nor any diversity."~ 174 1, 31 | Since as Jerome remarks [*In substance, Ep. lvii.], a ~heresy arises 175 1, 31 | who placed a Trinity of substance with ~the Trinity of persons; 176 1, 31 | where there is a distinct substance in the sense of hypostasis 177 1, 31 | diversity requires a distinct substance in the sense of essence. 178 1, 31 | differ from each other in substance, but ~according to determinate 179 1, 32 | the existence of another substance beneath him, which they ~ 180 1, 32 | existence of a third separate substance which might correspond ~ 181 1, 32 | Father and the Son ~differ in substance, which was the error of 182 1, 33 | seems to mean diversity of substance, and ~dependence of one 183 1, 33 | person" is an individual substance. Therefore this name "Father" 184 1, 33 | Therefore it signifies substance; therefore ~unbegotten and 185 1, 33 | unbegotten and begotten differ in substance. But the Son, Who is ~begotten, 186 1, 33 | differ from the Father in substance. Therefore the ~Father ought 187 1, 33 | thus it applies to ~the substance, for thereby does the created 188 1, 33 | thereby does the created substance differ from the ~uncreated. 189 1, 33 | reduced to the genus of substance, ~and "not white" to the 190 1, 34 | that the Son ~differed in substance from the Father. Hence, 191 1, 34 | Son of God is of the same substance as the ~Father. For the 192 1, 34 | person is an individual substance of a rational nature. ~Therefore 193 1, 35 | and the figure of His ~substance." (Heb. 1:3).~Aquin.: SMT 194 1, 36 | spirit," as an immaterial ~substance. Thus, we read in the former 195 1, 36 | immateriality of ~the divine substance is signified; for corporeal 196 1, 36 | OBJ 6: Further, unity in substance makes identity. So if the 197 1, 39 | mean nothing else but the substance of the ~Father."~Aquin.: 198 1, 39 | Ghost ~"are indeed three by substance, but one in harmony." But 199 1, 39 | one in harmony." But the substance of ~God is His essence. 200 1, 39 | persons are of one essence or ~substance, furnishes occasion of error. 201 1, 39 | says (De Synod.): ~"One substance predicated of the Father 202 1, 39 | two denominations; or one substance divided into two ~imperfect 203 1, 39 | substances; or a third prior substance taken and assumed by the ~ 204 1, 39 | three persons are of ~one substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 205 1, 39 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Substance is here taken for the "hypostasis," 206 1, 39 | absolutely, seems to ~belong to substance. But it is predicated of 207 1, 39 | signify something by way ~of substance, while adjectives signify 208 1, 39 | to a subject. Now just as substance has existence of ~itself, 209 1, 39 | plural either to "God" or to "substance," lest plurality be ~referred 210 1, 39 | plurality be ~referred to the substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 211 1, 39 | as it is referred to the substance, it is predicated in ~the 212 1, 39 | involve risk of heresy" [*In substance Ep. lvii.]. But to ~appropriate 213 1, 40 | individual in the genus of substance. Therefore the ~hypostases 214 1, 40 | Fide Orth. iii, 6) that "substance is common and ~hypostasis 215 1, 40 | hypostasis means an individual substance. So, as relation distinguishes ~ 216 1, 40 | person is ~the individual substance of a rational nature." Hence, 217 1, 41 | it be, becomes the divine substance, except what ~pertains to 218 1, 41 | Him as regards either His substance, or ~relation." But whatever 219 1, 41 | whatever belongs to the substance is signified by the ~essential 220 1, 41 | gave to all creatures their substance: but perfect birth gave 221 1, 41 | a nature derived from a substance impassible and unborn. All 222 1, 41 | but from the ~Father's substance. For it was explained above ( 223 1, 41 | nothing were a part of ~the substance of the thing made, but because 224 1, 41 | made, but because the whole substance of a ~thing is produced 225 1, 41 | of God is begotten of the substance of the ~Father, but not 226 1, 41 | for a part of the ~human substance in generation passes into 227 1, 41 | generation passes into the substance of the one ~begotten, whereas 228 1, 41 | or any other invisible substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 229 1, 42 | there is a transition from ~substance to relation. For the Father 230 1, 42 | would imply transition from substance to relation, for generation ~ 231 1, 44 | they did that corporeal substance itself was uncreated, they 232 1, 44 | determinate ~species, as a substance, belonging to a certain 233 1, 45 | term "whereto" is the whole substance of the thing; whereas what 234 1, 45 | creation, by which the whole substance of a thing ~is produced, 235 1, 45 | passion coincide as to the substance of motion, and differ only 236 1, 45 | anything besides the created substance, ~it must be an accident 237 1, 45 | according to its ~entire substance, than to be made according 238 1, 45 | made according to its whole substance, something in ~the thing 239 1, 45 | Therefore an ~immaterial substance can make a substance like 240 1, 45 | immaterial substance can make a substance like to itself. But immaterial ~ 241 1, 45 | itself. But immaterial ~substance can be made only by creation, 242 1, 45 | that the first ~separate substance created by God created another 243 1, 45 | another after itself, and the ~substance of the world and its soul; 244 1, 45 | and its soul; and that the substance of the world ~creates the 245 1, 45 | likeness. But in an ~immaterial substance it is not possible to presuppose 246 1, 45 | Therefore an immaterial substance ~cannot produce another 247 1, 45 | produce another immaterial substance like to itself as regards 248 1, 45 | reckoned not only from the ~substance of the thing made, but also 249 1, 45 | production of the very ~substance of a thing, is reduced to " 250 1, 45 | Therefore as it is a created substance, ~it represents the cause 251 1, 45 | measure" refers to the substance of the thing limited ~by 252 1, 45 | For a thing exists by its substance, ~is distinct by its form, 253 1, 46 | the ~action of God is His substance, which is eternal. Therefore 254 1, 46 | For some ~said that the substance of the world was not from 255 1, 46 | for by the creation the ~substance of things was brought into 256 1, 46 | time does not measure the ~substance of things, and especially 257 1, 48 | evil; for by darkness the substance of the air is not ~injured. 258 1, 48 | always remains, which is the substance of the subject. ~Thus, if 259 1, 50 | ANGELS (QQ[50]-64)~OF THE SUBSTANCE OF THE ANGELS ABSOLUTELY 260 1, 50 | first what belongs to their ~substance; secondly, what belongs 261 1, 50 | 50] Out. Para. 3/4~Their substance we consider absolutely and 262 1, 50 | Para. 4/4~Concerning their substance absolutely considered, there 263 1, 50 | ever movable intellectual substance." Therefore an angel is 264 1, 50 | an angel is a ~corporeal substance. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 265 1, 50 | is called an ever mobile ~substance, because he is ever actually 266 1, 50 | less circumscribed by their substance."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 267 1, 50 | angel is in the genus of substance. Therefore he ~is composed 268 1, 50 | Now as regards incorporeal substance, ~the intellect apprehends 269 1, 50 | distinguishes it from corporeal ~substance, and that which it has in 270 1, 50 | incorporeal from corporeal substance is a kind of ~form to it, 271 1, 50 | the form of incorporeal substance is impressed in the ~matter 272 1, 50 | quantity; and ~without quantity substance is indivisible, as Aristotle 273 1, 50 | impossible for an intellectual substance to have any ~kind of matter. 274 1, 50 | according to ~the mode of its substance. Now to understand is an 275 1, 50 | be that every ~individual substance is altogether immaterial.~ 276 1, 50 | matter, but of an ~immaterial substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 277 1, 50 | existence itself is whereby the substance is; as the running is ~whereby 278 1, 50 | human nature is a separate substance of itself: and according 279 1, 50 | he is ~"an intellectual substance, partaking of immortality 280 1, 50 | it is impossible for its substance to be corruptible. For what ~ 281 1, 50 | Hence every ~intellectual substance is incorruptible of its 282 1, 51 | exist without any material substance and ~without any companionship 283 1, 51 | created spirit needs corporeal substance." Augustine ~also says ( 284 1, 51 | nature of an intellectual substance, as such; but it is ~accidental 285 1, 51 | accidental to some intellectual substance on account of something 286 1, 51 | life formally belongs to a substance which is ~part of some nature, 287 1, 51 | species. Hence an intellectual substance which is not united to a ~ 288 1, 51 | restricted part of the world's substance, which now is in the east, 289 1, 51 | food convertible into the substance ~of the eater.~Aquin.: SMT 290 1, 51 | not converted into the ~substance of Christ's body, but resolved 291 1, 52 | benefit an angel, since his substance is devoid of quantity, the 292 1, 52 | because an incorporeal substance ~virtually contains the 293 1, 52 | not hold that one separate substance moves all the spheres immediately. ~ 294 1, 53 | referred to the angel's substance, but to the place); ~because 295 1, 53 | an angel is of simpler substance than the soul. But our ~ 296 1, 53 | movement. But an angel's substance is not subject to place 297 1, 53 | another, not because his substance is susceptible of parts, 298 1, 54 | what belongs to the angel's substance, we now proceed ~to his 299 1, 54 | angel's understanding his substance?~(2) Is his being his understanding?~( 300 1, 54 | understanding?~(3) Is his substance his power of intelligence?~( 301 1, 54 | of understanding is his substance?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 302 1, 54 | of understanding is his ~substance. For the angel is both higher 303 1, 54 | intellect of a soul. But the substance of the active intellect 304 1, 54 | much more is the ~angel's substance his action - that is, his 305 1, 54 | understood, ~is one with the substance of the angel who understands.~ 306 1, 54 | anything differs more from its substance ~than does its existence. 307 1, 54 | creature's existence is its substance, ~for this belongs to God 308 1, 54 | other ~creature, is its substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 309 1, 54 | creature, to be its own substance. For an action is properly 310 1, 54 | existence is the actuality of a substance ~or of an essence. Now it 311 1, 54 | Hence only in God is His substance the same as His existence ~ 312 1, 54 | of understanding were his substance, it would ~be necessary 313 1, 54 | Consequently an angel's substance would neither be distinguished 314 1, 54 | distinguished from ~God's substance, which is His very act of 315 1, 54 | in ~itself, nor from the substance of another angel.~Aquin.: 316 1, 54 | angels are ~divided into substance, power, and operation." 317 1, 54 | and operation." Therefore substance, ~power, and operation, 318 1, 55 | know everything by their substance, or by some ~species?~(2) 319 1, 55 | know all things by their substance?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 320 1, 55 | know all things by their substance. ~For Dionysius says (Div. 321 1, 55 | is understood is the very substance of the one ~understanding 322 1, 55 | knows all things in his substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 323 1, 55 | things, and not by their own substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 324 1, 55 | understood in act, not that the substance of the ~intellect is itself 325 1, 55 | are in a measure in his substance, not indeed perfectly, nor ~ 326 1, 56 | Hier. vi). But, when the substance is known, the power is known. 327 1, 56 | Further, an angel is a single substance, otherwise he would not ~ 328 1, 56 | by his form, which is his substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 329 1, 57 | the cause of the entire substance of the thing, as to both ~ 330 1, 57 | Therefore, when an intellectual substance is seen, the intelligible ~ 331 1, 58 | according to the mode of its substance." But the angel's ~intelligence 332 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 3: In the angel's substance there is no potentiality 333 1, 60 | is to be found ~both in substance and in accident, as is clear 334 1, 60 | Reply OBJ 5: Since God's substance and universal goodness are 335 1, 61 | text. 16) that if ~any substance be a form without matter, " 336 1, 61 | productive of their entire substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 337 1, 61 | incorporeal substances. Now a substance which ~is incorporeal is 338 1, 64 | of the simplicity of his substance, nothing can be withdrawn 339 1, 64 | consists in knowing the first substance, ~namely, God. But it is 340 1, 64 | natural for one separate substance to know ~another; as it 341 1, 64 | phantasms. Now the Divine substance ~surpasses the proportion 342 1, 64 | his own nature know God's ~substance. Yet on account of the perfection 343 1, 65 | endure with respect to their substance, though they are mutable ~ 344 1, 65 | of a thing in its entire substance, nothing being presupposed ~ 345 1, 65 | there is a single separate substance, which is horse and ~the 346 1, 65 | by a ~created spiritual substance, as Augustine says (De Trin. 347 1, 66 | for matter is part of ~substance. But God can effect that 348 1, 66 | that accident exist without substance, as ~in the Sacrament of 349 1, 66 | water, or some intermediate ~substance. Hence, it followed that 350 1, 66 | its form ~is a separate substance united to it as its motive 351 1, 66 | in ~thought, the separate substance stated to be endowed with 352 1, 67 | of natures spiritual in substance and nobler than all corporeal ~ 353 1, 67 | being already the solar substance, and ~possessing illuminative 354 1, 67 | cause, forasmuch as ~in the substance of the sun we have the cause 355 1, 68 | firmament was made, even as to substance, on the second day. For ~ 356 1, 68 | creation to produce the substance of the ~elements, while 357 1, 68 | firmament was made, as to its substance, on the ~second day is incompatible 358 1, 68 | with the belief that the substance of the ~firmament was produced 359 1, 68 | 6/8~Hence to produce the substance of the firmament belongs 360 1, 70 | beginning, but that ~their substance, at first formless, is formed 361 1, 70 | xxix) says: "Every living substance stands higher in the order 362 1, 70 | the heavenly bodies ~is a substance capable of apprehension, 363 1, 70 | contact of some spiritual substance, and not, like bodies of 364 1, 70 | they are moved by a ~living substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 365 1, 70 | since this agent is a living substance the heavenly body can impart 366 1, 74 | Divine ~act producing the substance of beings instantaneously. 367 1, 74 | does ~not mean that their substance was produced anew, but that 368 1, 74 | so far as regards their ~substance in some measure formless. 369 1, 75 | SPIRITUAL AND A CORPOREAL SUBSTANCE: AND IN ~THE FIRST PLACE, 370 1, 75 | spiritual and corporeal ~substance. We shall treat first of 371 1, 75 | of the soul is that of a substance and not that of a body, ~ 372 1, 75 | incorporeal, but it is also a substance, that is, something ~subsistent.~ 373 1, 75 | Further, the human soul is a substance. But it is not a universal ~ 374 1, 75 | But it is not a universal ~substance. Therefore it is a particular 375 1, 75 | Therefore it is a particular substance. Therefore it is a ~"hypostasis" 376 1, 75 | belongs in common to the substance of all ~the individuals 377 1, 75 | species, must belong to the ~substance of the species.~Aquin.: 378 1, 75 | 2: Not every particular substance is a hypostasis or a person, ~ 379 1, 75 | and every intellectual ~substance which has knowledge of forms 380 1, 75 | it is impossible for any substance ~to be generated or corrupted 381 1, 75 | Therefore every intellectual substance is incorruptible.~Aquin.: 382 1, 76 | Therefore neither is the substance of ~the intellect the form 383 1, 76 | men. For an immaterial substance is not multiplied in number 384 1, 76 | human soul is an immaterial substance; since it is not ~composed 385 1, 76 | incorruptible are not of ~the same substance. But the intellectual soul 386 1, 76 | to be ~a medium between substance and accident.~Aquin.: SMT 387 1, 76 | Accident is posterior to substance, both in the order ~of time 388 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 3: A spiritual substance which is united to a body 389 1, 77 | be not in the genus of ~substance, the power directed to that 390 1, 77 | cannot be in the genus of ~substance. Now the operation of the 391 1, 77 | is not in the genus of ~substance; for this belongs to God 392 1, 77 | whose operation is His own ~substance. Wherefore the Divine power 393 1, 77 | the soul, for the very ~substance or essence of the soul is 394 1, 77 | what is divided against ~substance, then there can be no medium 395 1, 77 | can be no medium between substance and accident; ~because they 396 1, 77 | there is a ~medium between substance and accident. For the substance 397 1, 77 | substance and accident. For the substance is all that ~belongs to 398 1, 77 | said to be a medium between substance and accident, as being natural ~ 399 1, 77 | received prior to another into substance, as quantity ~prior to quality. 400 1, 77 | is of color, inasmuch as substance receives an ~accident through 401 1, 39 | mean nothing else but the substance of the ~Father."~Aquin.: 402 1, 39 | Ghost ~"are indeed three by substance, but one in harmony." But 403 1, 39 | one in harmony." But the substance of ~God is His essence. 404 1, 39 | persons are of one essence or ~substance, furnishes occasion of error. 405 1, 39 | says (De Synod.): ~"One substance predicated of the Father 406 1, 39 | two denominations; or one substance divided into two ~imperfect 407 1, 39 | substances; or a third prior substance taken and assumed by the ~ 408 1, 39 | three persons are of ~one substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 409 1, 39 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Substance is here taken for the "hypostasis," 410 1, 39 | absolutely, seems to ~belong to substance. But it is predicated of 411 1, 39 | signify something by way ~of substance, while adjectives signify 412 1, 39 | to a subject. Now just as substance has existence of ~itself, 413 1, 39 | plural either to "God" or to "substance," lest plurality be ~referred 414 1, 39 | plurality be ~referred to the substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 415 1, 39 | as it is referred to the substance, it is predicated in ~the 416 1, 39 | involve risk of heresy" [*In substance Ep. lvii.]. But to ~appropriate 417 1, 40 | individual in the genus of substance. Therefore the ~hypostases 418 1, 40 | Fide Orth. iii, 6) that "substance is common and ~hypostasis 419 1, 40 | hypostasis means an individual substance. So, as relation distinguishes ~ 420 1, 40 | person is ~the individual substance of a rational nature." Hence, 421 1, 41 | it be, becomes the divine substance, except what ~pertains to 422 1, 41 | Him as regards either His substance, or ~relation." But whatever 423 1, 41 | whatever belongs to the substance is signified by the ~essential 424 1, 41 | gave to all creatures their substance: but perfect birth gave 425 1, 41 | a nature derived from a substance impassible and unborn. All 426 1, 41 | but from the ~Father's substance. For it was explained above ( 427 1, 41 | nothing were a part of ~the substance of the thing made, but because 428 1, 41 | made, but because the whole substance of a ~thing is produced 429 1, 41 | of God is begotten of the substance of the ~Father, but not 430 1, 41 | for a part of the ~human substance in generation passes into 431 1, 41 | generation passes into the substance of the one ~begotten, whereas 432 1, 41 | or any other invisible substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 433 1, 42 | there is a transition from ~substance to relation. For the Father 434 1, 42 | would imply transition from substance to relation, for generation ~ 435 1, 45 | they did that corporeal substance itself was uncreated, they 436 1, 45 | determinate ~species, as a substance, belonging to a certain 437 1, 46 | term "whereto" is the whole substance of the thing; whereas what 438 1, 46 | creation, by which the whole substance of a thing ~is produced, 439 1, 46 | passion coincide as to the substance of motion, and differ only 440 1, 46 | anything besides the created substance, ~it must be an accident 441 1, 46 | according to its ~entire substance, than to be made according 442 1, 46 | made according to its whole substance, something in ~the thing 443 1, 46 | Therefore an ~immaterial substance can make a substance like 444 1, 46 | immaterial substance can make a substance like to itself. But immaterial ~ 445 1, 46 | itself. But immaterial ~substance can be made only by creation, 446 1, 46 | that the first ~separate substance created by God created another 447 1, 46 | another after itself, and the ~substance of the world and its soul; 448 1, 46 | and its soul; and that the substance of the world ~creates the 449 1, 46 | likeness. But in an ~immaterial substance it is not possible to presuppose 450 1, 46 | Therefore an immaterial substance ~cannot produce another 451 1, 46 | produce another immaterial substance like to itself as regards 452 1, 46 | reckoned not only from the ~substance of the thing made, but also 453 1, 46 | production of the very ~substance of a thing, is reduced to " 454 1, 46 | Therefore as it is a created substance, ~it represents the cause 455 1, 46 | measure" refers to the substance of the thing limited ~by 456 1, 46 | For a thing exists by its substance, ~is distinct by its form, 457 1, 47 | the ~action of God is His substance, which is eternal. Therefore 458 1, 47 | For some ~said that the substance of the world was not from 459 1, 47 | for by the creation the ~substance of things was brought into 460 1, 47 | time does not measure the ~substance of things, and especially 461 1, 49 | evil; for by darkness the substance of the air is not ~injured. 462 1, 49 | always remains, which is the substance of the subject. ~Thus, if 463 1, 51 | ANGELS (QQ[50]-64)~OF THE SUBSTANCE OF THE ANGELS ABSOLUTELY 464 1, 51 | first what belongs to their ~substance; secondly, what belongs 465 1, 51 | 50] Out. Para. 3/4~Their substance we consider absolutely and 466 1, 51 | Para. 4/4~Concerning their substance absolutely considered, there 467 1, 51 | ever movable intellectual substance." Therefore an angel is 468 1, 51 | an angel is a ~corporeal substance. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 469 1, 51 | is called an ever mobile ~substance, because he is ever actually 470 1, 51 | less circumscribed by their substance."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 471 1, 51 | angel is in the genus of substance. Therefore he ~is composed 472 1, 51 | Now as regards incorporeal substance, ~the intellect apprehends 473 1, 51 | distinguishes it from corporeal ~substance, and that which it has in 474 1, 51 | incorporeal from corporeal substance is a kind of ~form to it, 475 1, 51 | the form of incorporeal substance is impressed in the ~matter 476 1, 51 | quantity; and ~without quantity substance is indivisible, as Aristotle 477 1, 51 | impossible for an intellectual substance to have any ~kind of matter. 478 1, 51 | according to ~the mode of its substance. Now to understand is an 479 1, 51 | be that every ~individual substance is altogether immaterial.~ 480 1, 51 | matter, but of an ~immaterial substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 481 1, 51 | existence itself is whereby the substance is; as the running is ~whereby 482 1, 51 | human nature is a separate substance of itself: and according 483 1, 51 | he is ~"an intellectual substance, partaking of immortality 484 1, 51 | it is impossible for its substance to be corruptible. For what ~ 485 1, 51 | Hence every ~intellectual substance is incorruptible of its 486 1, 52 | exist without any material substance and ~without any companionship 487 1, 52 | created spirit needs corporeal substance." Augustine ~also says ( 488 1, 52 | nature of an intellectual substance, as such; but it is ~accidental 489 1, 52 | accidental to some intellectual substance on account of something 490 1, 52 | life formally belongs to a substance which is ~part of some nature, 491 1, 52 | species. Hence an intellectual substance which is not united to a ~ 492 1, 52 | restricted part of the world's substance, which now is in the east, 493 1, 52 | food convertible into the substance ~of the eater.~Aquin.: SMT 494 1, 52 | not converted into the ~substance of Christ's body, but resolved 495 1, 53 | benefit an angel, since his substance is devoid of quantity, the 496 1, 53 | because an incorporeal substance ~virtually contains the 497 1, 53 | not hold that one separate substance moves all the spheres immediately. ~ 498 1, 54 | referred to the angel's substance, but to the place); ~because 499 1, 54 | an angel is of simpler substance than the soul. But our ~ 500 1, 54 | movement. But an angel's substance is not subject to place


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