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1 1, 4 | THREE ARTICLES)~Having considered the divine simplicity, we 2 1, 4 | the ~ancient philosophers considered only a material principle; 3 1, 4 | anything else, existence is considered a formal principle, ~and 4 1, 4 | than wisdom, if they are ~considered as distinguished in idea; 5 1, 5 | ii) that "that is to be ~considered as the end and the good 6 1, 5 | honestum" is the virtuous good considered as ~fitting. (cf. SS, Q[ 7 1, 7 | and with reason; for they ~considered that things flow forth infinitely 8 1, 7 | matter, inasmuch as form, considered in itself, is common to 9 1, 7 | form. But because matter, considered as ~existing under some 10 1, 7 | complete magnitude, ~can be considered in two ways; mathematically, 11 1, 8 | But if its totality be considered according to quantity which 12 1, 8 | things created by Him, may be considered from ~human affairs. A king, 13 1, 9 | mutability of a thing be considered ~according to its power 14 1, 10 | 5: Two things are to be considered in time: time itself, which ~ 15 1, 10 | aforesaid difference be considered on the ~part of the things 16 1, 10 | the very being of an angel considered absolutely, there ~is no 17 1, 10 | non-existence of an angel considered absolutely is subject to 18 1, 10 | of these is true, may be considered from the cause why time 19 1, 11 | OBJ 1: Although privation considered in itself is not susceptive ~ 20 1, 11 | less, privation also can be considered itself in the light of more 21 1, 12 | ARTICLES)~As hitherto we have considered God as He is in Himself, 22 1, 12 | 2/3~Therefore some who considered this, held that no created 23 1, 12 | mode of the thing seen is ~considered; forasmuch as he sees Him 24 1, 13 | the object ~knowable is considered as a potentiality, and the 25 1, 13 | but if the same object is considered in act, then it is ~simultaneous 26 1, 13 | suppositum," accordingly as He is considered as "this something," ~that 27 1, 13 | absolutely; for existence considered absolutely ~comes before 28 1, 13 | Para. 2/2~God, however, as considered in Himself, is altogether 29 1, 14 | SIXTEEN ARTICLES)~Having considered what belongs to the divine 30 1, 14 | in succession ~if each is considered in itself, we understand 31 1, 14 | contingent thing can be ~considered in two ways; first, in itself, 32 1, 14 | in this sense it is not considered as future, but as present; 33 1, 14 | present; neither ~is it considered as contingent (as having 34 1, 14 | contingent thing ~can be considered as it is in its cause; and 35 1, 14 | cause; and in this way it is considered ~as future, and as a contingent 36 1, 14 | stated, but not absolutely as considered in their ~own causes. Hence 37 1, 15 | OBJ 3: Further, an idea is considered to be the principle of knowledge ~ 38 1, 15 | proof ~of which it is to be considered that in every effect the 39 1, 15 | is said by some to have considered matter as not ~created; 40 1, 17 | proof of which it must be ~considered that negation neither asserts 41 1, 17 | nothing ~contrary to God, considered in Himself, either with 42 1, 18 | in it, so ~long as it is considered to be alive. When it no 43 1, 18 | proof ~of which it must be considered that since a thing is said 44 1, 19 | the will ~of God cannot be considered the cause of things.~Aquin.: 45 1, 19 | unreasonable to do so, if such were considered as primary, and not as ~ 46 1, 19 | primary sense, and ~absolutely considered, may be good or evil, and 47 1, 19 | killed is evil, absolutely considered. But if in a ~particular 48 1, 19 | particular circumstances are considered; and this is ~what is meant 49 1, 21 | twofold order has to be ~considered in things: the one, whereby 50 1, 21 | proof of which it must ~be considered that a person is said to 51 1, 21 | It must, however, be considered that to bestow perfections ~ 52 1, 21 | perfections, absolutely considered, appertains to goodness, 53 1, 22 | GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~Having considered all that relates to the 54 1, 23 | goodness in general be ~considered, God communicates His goodness 55 1, 23 | predestination; and this cannot be considered as the reason of ~predestination, 56 1, 23 | of predestination may be considered ~in a twofold light - in 57 1, 23 | of predestination may be considered in ~general. Thus, it is 58 1, 23 | its effects in general. Considered in its particular effects, ~ 59 1, 23 | one who is predestinated ~considered in himself to die in mortal 60 1, 23 | predestination two things are to ~be considered - namely, the divine ordination; 61 1, 24 | 1: The divine life, even considered as a life of glory, is ~ 62 1, 25 | act. But primary matter, ~considered in itself, is devoid of 63 1, 25 | nevertheless, if the past thing is considered as ~past, that it should 64 1, 25 | Again, because power is considered as executing, the will as ~ 65 1, 25 | attributed ~to His power considered in itself, God is said to 66 1, 26 | If, then, beatitude be considered on the side of ~the object, 67 1, 27 | PERSONS (FIVE ARTICLES)~Having considered what belongs to the unity 68 1, 27 | to the operation, unless considered as the object of the ~will.~ 69 1, 28 | relations are next to be considered, in four points of inquiry:~( 70 1, 28 | belonging to each one of them considered as an accident; which ~commonly 71 1, 28 | whereas, if relation is considered as ~an accident, it inheres 72 1, 28 | it. Gilbert de la Porree considered relation in the former mode 73 1, 28 | existence in creatures, when considered ~as transferred to God, 74 1, 28 | other, nevertheless they are considered as opposed ~according to 75 1, 32 | eccentrics and epicycles is considered as established, because 76 1, 32 | of the divine essence, ~considered in itself, and therefore, 77 1, 32 | before the matter has been ~considered or settled as involving 78 1, 32 | reason many ~things are now considered as heretical which were 79 1, 32 | which were formerly not so ~considered, as their consequences are 80 1, 34 | intelligible species, is considered absolutely; likewise the 81 1, 36 | action two things are to be considered, the ~"suppositum" acting, 82 1, 39 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~Those things considered which belong to the divine 83 1, 39 | of signification must be considered no less than the thing ~ 84 1, 39 | that the substantive is considered in the light ~of "suppositum," 85 1, 39 | color is ~posterior to body considered as body, but is naturally 86 1, 39 | prior to "white ~body," considered as white.~Aquin.: SMT FP 87 1, 39 | itself taken absolutely is considered ~as a being. Secondly, it 88 1, 39 | a being. Secondly, it is considered as one. Thirdly, its intrinsic ~ 89 1, 39 | operation and causality is considered. The fourth point of ~consideration 90 1, 39 | because ~His equality is considered firstly in regard to the 91 1, 39 | of His. For ~truth can be considered as existing in the thought 92 1, 39 | of the essence of a book considered ~as such; but this belongs 93 1, 40 | But since relation, ~considered as really existing in God, 94 1, 40 | property of the Father can be considered in a twofold ~sense: firstly, 95 1, 42 | generate ~from the very first. Considered on the part of action, anything 96 1, 42 | and reason, if formally considered as ~principle. If, however, 97 1, 43 | Although all the gifts, considered as such, are attributed ~ 98 1, 44 | there are three things to be considered: (1) the first cause ~of 99 1, 44 | potentiality, formally considered in itself. Therefore it 100 1, 44 | these opinions, therefore, considered "being" under ~some particular 101 1, 44 | whatever is the cause of things considered as beings, must be ~the 102 1, 44 | agent and of the patient considered as such ~is the same, but 103 1, 45 | action and of motion is considered from ~their terms. Action 104 1, 45 | from the first principle be considered, it is impossible that any ~ 105 1, 45 | the ancient philosophers ~considered it as a commonly received 106 1, 45 | said above (Q[44], A[2]), ~considered only the emanation of particular 107 1, 45 | the power of the maker is considered according to the ~measure 108 1, 45 | principle of ~action can be considered from the effect of the action; 109 1, 46 | THREE ARTICLES)~Next must be considered the beginning of the duration 110 1, 46 | His action; but He must be considered as giving time to His effect 111 1, 48 | evil, six points are to be considered:~(1) Whether evil is a nature? ~( 112 1, 48 | is a medium, as good is considered as something rightly ~ordered, 113 1, 48 | and in that sense ~evil considered even as a privation is said 114 1, 48 | twofold. In one way it is considered as signifying the entity 115 1, 48 | like contraries, are only ~considered as contraries in a special 116 1, 48 | kind of good is not to be considered by ~way of subtraction, 117 1, 48 | not divide evil absolutely considered, ~but evil that is found 118 1, 48 | since good absolutely ~considered consists in act, and not 119 1, 49 | But good and better are so considered in relation to what is best. ~ 120 1, 49 | Therefore evil and worse are so considered in relation to some supreme ~ 121 1, 49 | cause of all being, and considered only the particular ~causes 122 1, 50 | OF THE ANGELS ABSOLUTELY CONSIDERED (FIVE ARTICLES)~Now we consider 123 1, 50 | their substance absolutely considered, there are five points ~ 124 1, 50 | against a creature being considered ~relatively infinite. Material 125 1, 50 | what ~belongs to anything considered in itself can never be separated 126 1, 50 | what belongs to a thing, considered in relation to something 127 1, 50 | to be ~belongs to a form considered in itself; for everything 128 1, 57 | knows singular things can be considered ~from this, that, as things 129 1, 58 | if each of the parts be considered severally they ~are many: 130 1, 58 | entire ~continuous whole is considered, as is stated in De Anima 131 1, 59 | removal of compulsion is ~considered, is not susceptible of greater 132 1, 59 | divine. Temperance, however, considered as ~a human virtue, deals 133 1, 62 | soul; ~because the soul, considered in itself, can be moved 134 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 1: Created good, considered in itself, can fail. But 135 1, 62 | nature of what is perfect, considered as ~perfect. ~Aquin.: SMT 136 1, 63 | other rational creature considered in his ~own nature, can 137 1, 63 | things which ought to be considered. In this way the angel sinned, 138 1, 63 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Avarice, considered as a special kind of sin, 139 1, 63 | that, Two things have to be considered in sin, namely, the ~proneness 140 1, 63 | the motive for sinning be considered, we find that it existed 141 1, 64 | such an opinion must be considered ~erroneous; while according 142 1, 64 | Therefore, if his will be considered before its adhesion, it 143 1, 65 | as regards such ~things considered in themselves (in so far 144 1, 66 | duration. And so, when this is considered, it appears that Augustine ~ 145 1, 66 | by means of form. Hence, considered in itself, it is called ~" 146 1, 66 | another name for ~air, and considered that by the word heaven 147 1, 66 | OBJ 4: Further, matter, considered in itself, is only in potentiality. ~ 148 1, 66 | to form. Therefore matter considered in itself is ~the same in 149 1, 66 | 66] A[2] Body Para. 2/3~Considered in itself, then, it is in 150 1, 66 | of the heavenly bodies, considered in ~itself, is in potentiality 151 1, 66 | x, text. 26. ~Logically considered, however, there is but one 152 1, 68 | lit. ii, 5) that some have considered this to be proved by ~the 153 1, 68 | that, The text of Genesis, considered superficially, might lead ~ 154 1, 68 | Scripture. It should rather be ~considered that Moses was speaking 155 1, 70 | corporeal creature ~can be considered as made either for the sake 156 1, 70 | for the sake of a lower, ~considered not in itself, but as ordained 157 1, 71 | birds and fishes may be considered from two ~points of view. 158 1, 71 | two ~points of view. If considered in themselves, it will be 159 1, 71 | body of the animal. But if ~considered as by nature constituted 160 1, 75 | first, two points have to be considered; the first is the ~nature 161 1, 75 | the ~nature of the soul considered in itself; the second is 162 1, 76 | its intellectual operation considered as such; but on account 163 1, 76 | said (ad 1), yet it is considered as different when brought 164 1, 76 | with every form which, if considered as an ~act, is very distant 165 1, 77 | in subject, from ~being considered under different aspects; 166 1, 77 | numbers and figures, if considered in their nature; ~although 167 1, 77 | imperfect from the perfect. But considered as ~receptive principles, 168 1, 77 | the sensitive power, is ~considered as the subject, and as something 169 1, 39 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~Those things considered which belong to the divine 170 1, 39 | of signification must be considered no less than the thing ~ 171 1, 39 | that the substantive is considered in the light ~of "suppositum," 172 1, 39 | color is ~posterior to body considered as body, but is naturally 173 1, 39 | prior to "white ~body," considered as white.~Aquin.: SMT FP 174 1, 39 | itself taken absolutely is considered ~as a being. Secondly, it 175 1, 39 | a being. Secondly, it is considered as one. Thirdly, its intrinsic ~ 176 1, 39 | operation and causality is considered. The fourth point of ~consideration 177 1, 39 | because ~His equality is considered firstly in regard to the 178 1, 39 | of His. For ~truth can be considered as existing in the thought 179 1, 39 | of the essence of a book considered ~as such; but this belongs 180 1, 40 | But since relation, ~considered as really existing in God, 181 1, 40 | property of the Father can be considered in a twofold ~sense: firstly, 182 1, 42 | generate ~from the very first. Considered on the part of action, anything 183 1, 42 | and reason, if formally considered as ~principle. If, however, 184 1, 43 | Although all the gifts, considered as such, are attributed ~ 185 1, 45 | there are three things to be considered: (1) the first cause ~of 186 1, 45 | potentiality, formally considered in itself. Therefore it 187 1, 45 | these opinions, therefore, considered "being" under ~some particular 188 1, 45 | whatever is the cause of things considered as beings, must be ~the 189 1, 45 | agent and of the patient considered as such ~is the same, but 190 1, 46 | action and of motion is considered from ~their terms. Action 191 1, 46 | from the first principle be considered, it is impossible that any ~ 192 1, 46 | the ancient philosophers ~considered it as a commonly received 193 1, 46 | said above (Q[44], A[2]), ~considered only the emanation of particular 194 1, 46 | the power of the maker is considered according to the ~measure 195 1, 46 | principle of ~action can be considered from the effect of the action; 196 1, 47 | THREE ARTICLES)~Next must be considered the beginning of the duration 197 1, 47 | His action; but He must be considered as giving time to His effect 198 1, 49 | evil, six points are to be considered:~(1) Whether evil is a nature? ~( 199 1, 49 | is a medium, as good is considered as something rightly ~ordered, 200 1, 49 | and in that sense ~evil considered even as a privation is said 201 1, 49 | twofold. In one way it is considered as signifying the entity 202 1, 49 | like contraries, are only ~considered as contraries in a special 203 1, 49 | kind of good is not to be considered by ~way of subtraction, 204 1, 49 | not divide evil absolutely considered, ~but evil that is found 205 1, 49 | since good absolutely ~considered consists in act, and not 206 1, 50 | But good and better are so considered in relation to what is best. ~ 207 1, 50 | Therefore evil and worse are so considered in relation to some supreme ~ 208 1, 50 | cause of all being, and considered only the particular ~causes 209 1, 51 | OF THE ANGELS ABSOLUTELY CONSIDERED (FIVE ARTICLES)~Now we consider 210 1, 51 | their substance absolutely considered, there are five points ~ 211 1, 51 | against a creature being considered ~relatively infinite. Material 212 1, 51 | what ~belongs to anything considered in itself can never be separated 213 1, 51 | what belongs to a thing, considered in relation to something 214 1, 51 | to be ~belongs to a form considered in itself; for everything 215 1, 58 | knows singular things can be considered ~from this, that, as things 216 1, 59 | if each of the parts be considered severally they ~are many: 217 1, 59 | entire ~continuous whole is considered, as is stated in De Anima 218 1, 60 | removal of compulsion is ~considered, is not susceptible of greater 219 1, 60 | divine. Temperance, however, considered as ~a human virtue, deals 220 1, 63 | soul; ~because the soul, considered in itself, can be moved 221 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 1: Created good, considered in itself, can fail. But 222 1, 63 | nature of what is perfect, considered as ~perfect. ~Aquin.: SMT 223 1, 64 | other rational creature considered in his ~own nature, can 224 1, 64 | things which ought to be considered. In this way the angel sinned, 225 1, 64 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Avarice, considered as a special kind of sin, 226 1, 64 | that, Two things have to be considered in sin, namely, the ~proneness 227 1, 64 | the motive for sinning be considered, we find that it existed 228 1, 65 | such an opinion must be considered ~erroneous; while according 229 1, 65 | Therefore, if his will be considered before its adhesion, it 230 1, 66 | as regards such ~things considered in themselves (in so far 231 1, 67 | duration. And so, when this is considered, it appears that Augustine ~ 232 1, 67 | by means of form. Hence, considered in itself, it is called ~" 233 1, 67 | another name for ~air, and considered that by the word heaven 234 1, 67 | OBJ 4: Further, matter, considered in itself, is only in potentiality. ~ 235 1, 67 | to form. Therefore matter considered in itself is ~the same in 236 1, 67 | 66] A[2] Body Para. 2/3~Considered in itself, then, it is in 237 1, 67 | of the heavenly bodies, considered in ~itself, is in potentiality 238 1, 67 | x, text. 26. ~Logically considered, however, there is but one 239 1, 69 | lit. ii, 5) that some have considered this to be proved by ~the 240 1, 69 | that, The text of Genesis, considered superficially, might lead ~ 241 1, 69 | Scripture. It should rather be ~considered that Moses was speaking 242 1, 71 | corporeal creature ~can be considered as made either for the sake 243 1, 71 | for the sake of a lower, ~considered not in itself, but as ordained 244 1, 71 | birds and fishes may be considered from two ~points of view. 245 1, 71 | two ~points of view. If considered in themselves, it will be 246 1, 71 | body of the animal. But if ~considered as by nature constituted 247 1, 74 | first, two points have to be considered; the first is the ~nature 248 1, 74 | the ~nature of the soul considered in itself; the second is 249 1, 75 | its intellectual operation considered as such; but on account 250 1, 75 | said (ad 1), yet it is considered as different when brought 251 1, 75 | with every form which, if considered as an ~act, is very distant 252 1, 76 | in subject, from ~being considered under different aspects; 253 1, 76 | numbers and figures, if considered in their nature; ~although 254 1, 76 | imperfect from the perfect. But considered as ~receptive principles, 255 1, 76 | the sensitive power, is ~considered as the subject, and as something 256 1, 77 | The powers of the soul considered generally;~(2) The various 257 1, 77 | soul's operation may be considered in a triple order. For ~ 258 1, 78 | Reply OBJ 1: Memory, if considered as retentive of species, 259 1, 79 | Whether the appetite should be considered a special power of the ~ 260 1, 81 | thing over another can be ~considered in two ways: "absolutely" 261 1, 81 | relatively." Now a thing is ~considered to be such absolutely which 262 1, 81 | such absolutely which is considered such in itself: but ~relatively 263 1, 81 | the ~intellect and will be considered with regard to themselves, 264 1, 81 | 1: The intellect may be considered in two ways: as ~apprehensive 265 1, 81 | manner also the will ~may be considered in two ways: according to 266 1, 83 | are three points ~to be considered: (1) Through what does the 267 1, 83 | all bodies are mobile, and considered them to be ever in a ~state 268 1, 84 | through material things ~thus considered we acquire some knowledge 269 1, 84 | vi, 10), and need not be ~considered in the species: whereas 270 1, 84 | terminations of quantity, can be considered apart from sensible ~qualities; 271 1, 84 | matter; but they ~cannot be considered without understanding the 272 1, 84 | matter. Yet they can be considered apart from this or that ~ 273 1, 84 | understood, ~abstracted or considered as universal is only in 274 1, 84 | understood, abstracted or considered as universal is in the intellect. ~ 275 1, 84 | abstracted and consequently considered as universal, occurs to 276 1, 84 | there are two things to be considered. ~First, that intellectual 277 1, 84 | 1: The universal can be considered in two ways. First, the ~ 278 1, 84 | universal nature may be considered together with the intention 279 1, 84 | abstraction, the ~universal thus considered is a secondary consideration. 280 1, 84 | subsistent, the universal considered thus would be prior to the ~ 281 1, 84 | Secondly, the universal can be considered in the nature itself - for ~ 282 1, 84 | nature: for instance, ~act considered absolutely is naturally 283 1, 84 | man" comes before "animal" considered as ~part of the same idea.~ 284 1, 84 | ways. First, absolutely ~considered in itself; and thus nothing 285 1, 84 | Wherefore the universal thus considered, according to the opinion 286 1, 85 | 4) that "the infinite, considered ~as such, is unknown."~Aquin.: 287 1, 85 | known, unless we had already considered the entire infinity ~thereof, 288 1, 85 | to one individual, but, considered in itself, extends to an ~ 289 1, 85 | Contingent things can be considered in two ways; either ~as 290 1, 85 | Therefore the contingent, ~considered as such, is known directly 291 1, 85 | things. For future things ~considered as subject to time are singular, 292 1, 86 | being" and "true," as ~considered in material things, as we 293 1, 89 | there are three things to be considered: (1) the ~production of 294 1, 89 | God was a body, which they considered ~to be the principle of 295 1, 91 | matter, both because matter, considered in itself, is ~quite unchangeable, 296 1, 92 | image of the Trinity may be considered as existing in ~the powers, 297 1, 92 | manner, likeness may be considered in the light of a ~preamble 298 1, 92 | and, again, it may be considered as ~subsequent to image, 299 1, 92 | beings. But likeness may be ~considered in another way, as signifying 300 1, 93 | there are two things to be considered: (1) The condition of man 301 1, 97 | of life, two things to be considered. One, which comes from nature, 302 1, 98 | outside the purpose of nature considered in the individual case: ~ 303 1, 102 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~Having considered the creation of things and 304 1, 102 | government of the world may be considered on the part of those things 305 1, 102 | there are two things to be considered; the ~design of government, 306 1, 102 | order of Divine providence ~considered in regard to one particular 307 1, 102 | 103] A[8] Body Para. 2/2~Considered in the first way, nothing 308 1, 105 | there are three things to be considered: (1) ~How an angel acts 309 1, 105 | created ~mind is always considered to be unformed, except it 310 1, 106 | secondly, as actually considered or conceived; thirdly, as 311 1, 107 | are ~enlightened, can be considered in a threefold manner. First 312 1, 107 | end of the ~angels may be considered in two ways. First, according 313 1, 107 | two ways. First, commonly, considered as the ~medium between the 314 1, 107 | end, three things may be considered. For firstly we ~consider 315 1, 107 | other angels are to be ~considered according to a likeness 316 1, 107 | according to the gifts of grace. Considered only as regards ~the grade 317 1, 108 | order in the ~angels is considered both according to the grade 318 1, 112 | particular time, having considered all the ~circumstances; 319 1, 112 | his cargo into ~the sea, considered universally and absolutely, 320 1, 113 | that, Two things may be considered in the assault of the ~demons - 321 1, 114 | and "the small," which ~he considered to be the first contraries, 322 1, 114 | first contraries, by others considered to the ~"the rare" and " 323 1, 114 | whole ~corporeal nature considered as a whole, while thus has 324 1, 114 | and passive virtues may be considered in several orders. ~For 325 1, 115 | the other hand, some have considered that everything that takes 326 1, 115 | happens by ~accident being considered as one by an intellect: 327 1, 115 | relation. And if this order be considered in ~relation to its principle, 328 1, 115 | fate is one. But if it be ~considered in relation to its effects, 329 1, 115 | which we call fate, can ~be considered in two ways: firstly, in 330 1, 115 | therefore say that fate, considered in regard to second causes, ~ 331 1, 118 | nature. But nature can be considered in two ways: ~firstly, in 332 1, 118 | to a ~thing's true nature considered in general; individual signate 333 1, 118 | belong to the true nature ~considered in this particular individual. 334 1, 118 | flesh, but of the same flesh considered from ~different points of 335 2, 1 | human acts, whether they be considered as ~actions, or as passions, 336 2, 1 | For human ~acts can be considered in both ways, since man 337 2, 1 | proceed from something, considered ~as action, and to proceed 338 2, 1 | proceed towards something, considered as passion.~Aquin.: SMT 339 2, 1 | acts which are the same considered in their natural species, ~ 340 2, 1 | should not be diverse, considered in their moral species, 341 2, 1 | this would be true if we considered but the ~power of the First 342 2, 1 | these several objects were considered as one perfect ~good resulting 343 2, 2 | Consequently much less ~can it be considered in the light of the last 344 2, 2 | to it. Because the soul, considered in itself, is as ~something 345 2, 3 | in defining happiness, considered happiness in ~general: for 346 2, 3 | happiness in ~general: for considered thus it is the perfect common 347 2, 5 | answer that, Happiness can be considered in two ways. First according ~ 348 2, 5 | So that happiness may be considered as the final and perfect ~ 349 2, 5 | above. Again it can ~be considered under other special aspects, 350 2, 6 | which is done through fear, considered in ~itself, is not voluntary; 351 2, 6 | 2/2~But if the matter be considered aright, such things are 352 2, 6 | through fear is involuntary, considered in that ~respect, that is 353 2, 6 | to ~that which he does, considered in itself. But he that acts 354 2, 7 | circumstances also should be considered by the theologian.~Aquin.: 355 2, 7 | circumstances which are considered in reference to the other 356 2, 8 | first, three things must be ~considered: (1) Of what things is the 357 2, 8 | not a being in nature, is considered as a ~being in the reason, 358 2, 8 | 1) that "to lack evil is considered as a good."~Aquin.: SMT 359 2, 8 | things in ~which may be considered the aspect of the object 360 2, 10 | that nature. For to nature considered as a ~genus, there corresponds 361 2, 11 | and an end, yet it is not considered as an actual ~end, except 362 2, 11 | two ends, but one end, ~considered in itself, and in its relation 363 2, 12 | and to the means can ~be considered in two ways. First, according 364 2, 12 | them. Secondly, it may be considered accordingly ~as the will 365 2, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The end, considered as a thing, and the means 366 2, 13 | such, they are not ~always considered in that light.~Aquin.: SMT 367 2, 14 | one to consider, but are considered by several ~with greater 368 2, 14 | For just as the end is considered in the ~light of a principle, 369 2, 14 | principle, so the means are considered in the light of a ~conclusion. 370 2, 15 | judgment of the reason can be ~considered in the light of a final 371 2, 15 | thinking or not thinking, considered as an action; and in ~like 372 2, 15 | the act of ~thinking is considered as ordained to a further 373 2, 17 | act of the reason may be considered in ~two ways. First, as 374 2, 17 | exercise of the act. And considered thus, the ~act of the reason 375 2, 18 | so, inasmuch as they are considered as objects of such ~actions, 376 2, 18 | or malice of an action is considered ~principally in the doctrine 377 2, 18 | circumstances of actions are considered in the doctrine of morals.~ 378 2, 18 | fourfold goodness may be considered in a human action. ~First, 379 2, 18 | difference of good and evil considered in reference to the object 380 2, 18 | species ~of a human act is considered formally with regard to 381 2, 18 | Para. 2/2~It remains to be considered which of the two is contained 382 2, 18 | One and the same thing, considered in its substance, cannot ~ 383 2, 18 | in one natural species, ~considered in respect to the moral 384 2, 18 | other hand, the genus is considered as ~more formal than the 385 2, 18 | goodness or malice, which is ~considered in relation to the reason, 386 2, 18 | indifferent in its ~species, but considered in the individual it is 387 2, 18 | deliberate reason, if ~it be considered in the individual, must 388 2, 18 | relation to the object, is considered as being ~in disaccord with 389 2, 18 | which was ~first of all considered as a circumstance, is considered 390 2, 18 | considered as a circumstance, is considered here as the ~principal condition 391 2, 18 | specifies an action, is ~considered as a condition of the object, 392 2, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The good considered as such, i.e. as appetible, 393 2, 19 | pertaining to the reason. But considered as true it ~pertains to 394 2, 19 | the order to the end is considered as the reason of the goodness 395 2, 19 | the ~order to the end is considered as the reason of the goodness 396 2, 19 | that ~tends to that object considered absolutely, is not so good 397 2, 19 | Q[18], A[6]). And ~yet considered materially, while the intention 398 2, 19 | reason. ~Now a thing may be considered in various ways by the reason, 399 2, 19 | good from willing something considered under a particular aspect, ~ 400 2, 19 | conformed to that will considered as efficient cause; since 401 2, 19 | the damnation of a man, considered ~precisely as damnation, 402 2, 19 | damnation, nor a man's death, considered precisely as death, ~because, " 403 2, 19 | are taken from the object considered formally, rather than from 404 2, 19 | rather than from the ~object considered materially.~Aquin.: SMT 405 2, 20 | and the external action, considered morally, are one act. Now 406 2, 20 | palatable medicine can be considered in the light of a pleasurable 407 2, 20 | continuous surface is one, considered as in the genus of ~quantity; 408 2, 20 | and yet it is manifold, considered as to the genus of color, 409 2, 20 | action from being one, considered in the natural order; whereas 410 2, 20 | whereas it is not ~one, considered in the moral order; and 411 2, 20 | walking is one ~action, considered in the natural order: but 412 2, 20 | itself into ~many actions, considered in the moral order, if a 413 2, 22 | there are four things to ~be considered: (1) Their subject: (2) 414 2, 23 | is ~sensible good or evil considered absolutely. Now good, as 415 2, 23 | sensible good ~or evil, considered not absolutely, but under 416 2, 23 | is difficult or arduous, considered as ~good, is of such a nature 417 2, 23 | passion of "hope"; whereas, considered as ~arduous or difficult, 418 2, 23 | manner the arduous evil, considered as an ~evil, has the aspect 419 2, 23 | in active causes may be considered in two ways: first, ~from 420 2, 23 | because it is no ~longer considered in the light of something 421 2, 24 | If then the passions be considered in themselves, to ~wit, 422 2, 24 | If, however, they be considered as subject to the command 423 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 1: These passions, considered in themselves, are common 424 2, 24 | blamed ~for our passions considered absolutely; but he does 425 2, 24 | the sensitive ~appetite, considered as disturbances or ailments. 426 2, 24 | species of an act, can be considered from ~two points of view. 427 2, 24 | the sensitive appetite is considered in itself. But ~in so far 428 2, 25 | concupiscible passions can be considered either in the order ~of 429 2, 26 | love, three points must be considered: (1) Love itself; (2) ~The 430 2, 27 | in some respect, and is considered as ~being good simply. And 431 2, 28 | and this union must be considered in ~relation to the preceding 432 2, 28 | are the effects of ~love considered formally, according to the 433 2, 29 | hatred are contraries if considered in respect of ~the same 434 2, 29 | death itself as a good, considered as putting an end to some 435 2, 29 | reality, but differ ~as considered by reason. For good is considered 436 2, 29 | considered by reason. For good is considered in the light of something ~ 437 2, 29 | being and true are not so considered: because good is ~"what 438 2, 29 | hatred, in so far as it is considered ~as hurtful and repugnant; 439 2, 29 | knowledge of the truth, ~considered in itself, is a desirable 440 2, 29 | the universal: first, ~as considered under the aspect of universality; 441 2, 29 | universality; secondly, as considered ~in the nature to which 442 2, 29 | object of sight ~is color considered generically; not that the 443 2, 30 | concupiscence, not ~absolutely, but considered as absent: just as the sensible, 444 2, 30 | absent: just as the sensible, considered as ~past, is the object 445 2, 31 | Para. 1/2 - OF DELIGHT CONSIDERED IN ITSELF [*Or, Pleasure] ( 446 2, 31 | delight four things ~must be considered: (1) Delight in itself; ( 447 2, 32 | answer that, Sadness may be considered in two ways: as existing ~ 448 2, 33 | answer that, Pleasure can be considered in two ways; first, as ~ 449 2, 33 | 33] A[2] Body Para. 2/4~Considered as existing in reality, 450 2, 34 | is predicated to a thing considered in itself, is predicated 451 2, 35 | the will and reason are considered under the ~aspect of good 452 2, 35 | far as ~either of them is considered under the aspect of good 453 2, 35 | sorrow for another's evil, considered, however, as ~one's own: 454 2, 35 | own, but another's good, considered, however, as one's own ~ 455 2, 36 | that, If privations, as considered by the mind, were what they ~ 456 2, 38 | of that which saddens us, considered in itself, ~has a natural 457 2, 39 | evil in two ways: first considered ~simply and in itself; and 458 2, 39 | supposition, ~should be considered as good: just as that which 459 2, 40 | hope is the future good considered, not ~absolutely, but as 460 2, 40 | something future; of something considered absolutely, and of something ~ 461 2, 40 | absolutely, and of something ~considered as arduous; of something 462 2, 40 | of ~attraction, if it be considered in the light of something 463 2, 40 | But in so far ~as it is considered as unobtainable, it has 464 2, 41 | fear, four things must be considered: (1) Fear, in itself; ~( 465 2, 41 | evil, like his good, may be considered either in his action or 466 2, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A deed considered as being actually done, 467 2, 42 | distance, ~such a thing is considered as though it were not to 468 2, 42 | Secondly, a future evil is considered as though it were not to 469 2, 42 | astray rather than the sin considered in its proper nature, ~i.e. 470 2, 42 | as a voluntary act; for considered in this light it is not 471 2, 42 | 3: Bodily good or evil, considered in itself, seems greater 472 2, 42 | at least ~not easily, are considered as lasting for ever or for 473 2, 44 | judgment, every passion, ~considered in itself, hinders the faculty 474 2, 44 | bodily instruments, fear, considered in itself, ~is always apt 475 2, 45 | transmutation; a thing may be considered as the cause ~of daring 476 2, 45 | the greater is the daring considered to be.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 477 2, 46 | good and evil ~absolutely considered, whereas the objects of 478 2, 46 | above (Q[36], A[2]), may be considered in two ways: first, on the ~ 479 2, 46 | an individual man may be considered ~either as to the generic, 480 2, 46 | i.e. the nature of this man considered as an animal; thus ~desire 481 2, 46 | bodily temperament, ~a man, considered specifically, does not naturally 482 2, 46 | hatred two points may be considered: namely, ~the thing desired, 483 2, 47 | anger is always something considered ~in the light of an injustice. 484 2, 47 | man who is angry, may be considered ~on the part of the disposition 485 2, 49 | quality. And because quantity, considered in ~itself, is devoid of 486 2, 49 | to action or ~passion, is considered in the second and third 487 2, 49 | in so ~far as they are considered to be suitable or unsuitable 488 2, 50 | sensitive powers can be considered in two ways: ~first, according 489 2, 50 | above-mentioned commentators considered that ~angels are immaterial 490 2, 52 | perfection of a form may be considered in two ways: first, in ~ 491 2, 52 | it is necessary that, considered in itself, it be something 492 2, 52 | the ~part of the very form considered in itself, through the diverse ~ 493 2, 53 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: A habit, considered in itself, is a simple form. 494 2, 53 | intellectual part of the soul, considered in itself, is ~above time, 495 2, 55 | Now ~five things must be considered about virtues: (1) the essence 496 2, 55 | a ~thing's perfection is considered chiefly in regard to its 497 2, 56 | concupiscible powers can be considered ~in two ways. First, in 498 2, 56 | virtue. Secondly, they can be considered as participating in ~the 499 2, 56 | and concupiscible powers considered in ~themselves, as parts 500 2, 57 | a demonstration can be ~considered apart, without the conclusion


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