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1 1, 1 | principles is worthy of the name of wisdom; ~seeing that 2 1, 2 | which everyone gives the name of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 3 1, 3 | gave the ~incommunicable name to stones and wood" (Wis. 4 1, 5 | meaning ~signified by the name of a thing is that which 5 1, 5 | relation in God; for we name God, as he says, from ~creatures, 6 1, 11 | to call ~"being" by the name of "being"; therefore it 7 1, 12 | intelligible object itself by the name of light of ~illumination. 8 1, 12 | the ~Lord of hosts is Thy Name. Great in counsel, and incomprehensible 9 1, 13 | from time?~(8) Whether this name "God" is a name of nature, 10 1, 13 | Whether this name "God" is a name of nature, or of the operation?~( 11 1, 13 | operation?~(9) Whether this name "God" is a communicable 12 1, 13 | God" is a communicable name?~(10) Whether it is taken 13 1, 13 | opinion?~(11) Whether this name, "Who is," is the supremely 14 1, 13 | the supremely appropriate name of ~God?~(12) Whether affirmative 15 1, 13 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a name can be given to God?~Aquin.: 16 1, 13 | OBJ 1: It seems that no name can be given to God. For 17 1, 13 | Of Him there is neither name, nor can one be found ~of 18 1, 13 | is written: "What is His name, and what is the name of ~ 19 1, 13 | His name, and what is the name of ~His Son, if thou knowest?" ( 20 1, 13 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every name is either abstract or concrete. 21 1, 13 | subsisting thing. Therefore no name can be said of God.~Aquin.: 22 1, 13 | of war, ~Almighty is His name."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 23 1, 13 | therefore that we can give a ~name to anything in as far as 24 1, 13 | creatures, yet not so that the name which signifies Him expresses ~ 25 1, 13 | essence in itself. Thus the name "man" expresses the essence ~ 26 1, 13 | the idea expressed by the name is the ~definition.~Aquin.: 27 1, 13 | The reason why God has no name, or is said to be above ~ 28 1, 13 | OBJ 2: Because we know and name God from creatures, the 29 1, 13 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any name can be applied to God substantially?~ 30 1, 13 | OBJ 1: It seems that no name can be applied to God substantially. 31 1, 13 | Therefore ~neither is any name we can use applied substantially 32 1, 13 | names, that from which the name is ~derived is different 33 1, 13 | as ~for instance, this name "stone" [lapis] is imposed 34 1, 13 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any name can be applied to God in 35 1, 13 | OBJ 1: It seems that no name is applied literally to 36 1, 13 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no name can be applied literally 37 1, 13 | very ~signification of the name itself as "stone" signifies 38 1, 13 | the reason that what the name signifies does not belong 39 1, 13 | the Lord of hosts is ~Thy name" (Jer. 32:18).~Aquin.: SMT 40 1, 13 | the idea signified by the ~name is the conception in the 41 1, 13 | thing signified by the ~name. But our intellect, since 42 1, 13 | reduced to one; for if the name "dog" be said equivocally 43 1, 13 | agree with their ~effects in name and definition, as man generates 44 1, 13 | various things under the same ~name but not in the same sense, 45 1, 13 | predicated equivocally. But no name ~belongs to God in the same 46 1, 13 | the signification of ~the name. Hence it is evident that 47 1, 13 | to other terms. Hence ~no name is predicated univocally 48 1, 13 | univocal sense. For we can name God only ~from creatures ( 49 1, 13 | rather ~than of God. For we name anything accordingly as 50 1, 13 | says (Div. Nom. i): "We name God from ~creatures." But 51 1, 13 | since that ~expressed by the name is the definition, as the 52 1, 13 | says (Metaph. ~iv), such a name must be applied primarily 53 1, 13 | proportionate ~likeness, so the name of "lion" applied to God 54 1, 13 | Hence as regards what the name signifies, these names are 55 1, 13 | to the imposition of the name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 56 1, 13 | Ambrose (De Fide i) that ~this name "Lord" is the name of power, 57 1, 13 | this name "Lord" is the name of power, which is the divine 58 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Whether this name "God" is a name of the nature?~ 59 1, 13 | Whether this name "God" is a name of the nature?~Aquin.: SMT 60 1, 13 | OBJ 1: It seems that this name, "God," is not a name of 61 1, 13 | this name, "God," is not a name of the nature. For ~Damascene 62 1, 13 | operation. Therefore this name "God" signifies His ~operation 63 1, 13 | unknown to us. Therefore this name "God" does not signify the ~ 64 1, 13 | Fide i) that "God" is a name of the ~nature.~Aquin.: 65 1, 13 | I answer that, Whence a name is imposed, and what the 66 1, 13 | is imposed, and what the name signifies are ~not always 67 1, 13 | properties ~and operations, so we name substance sometimes for 68 1, 13 | or its ~property; e.g. we name the substance of a stone 69 1, 13 | loedit pedem]; but still this name is ~not meant to signify 70 1, 13 | things the meaning of the name and its source are the same.~ 71 1, 13 | operations or effects, we name Him from these, as ~said 72 1, 13 | said in A[1]; hence this name "God" is a name of operation 73 1, 13 | hence this name "God" is a name of operation so far as ~ 74 1, 13 | of its meaning. For this name is imposed from His ~universal 75 1, 13 | speak of God intend ~to name God as exercising providence 76 1, 13 | from this operation, this name "God" is imposed to ~signify 77 1, 13 | the signification of the name "God."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 78 1, 13 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: We can name a thing according to the 79 1, 13 | from its property, this name "stone" signifies ~the nature 80 1, 13 | for the idea which the name signifies is the ~definition, 81 1, 13 | Q[12], A[12]). Thus the name "God" signifies the divine ~ 82 1, 13 | divine ~nature, for this name was imposed to signify something 83 1, 13 | all things; for ~those who name God intend to signify all 84 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Whether this name "God" is communicable?~Aquin.: 85 1, 13 | OBJ 1: It seems that this name "God" is communicable. For 86 1, 13 | the thing signified by a name shares in the name itself. 87 1, 13 | by a name shares in the name itself. But ~this name " 88 1, 13 | the name itself. But ~this name "God" signifies the divine 89 1, 13 | Pt. 1:4). Therefore this name "God" ~can be communicated 90 1, 13 | not communicable. Now this name ~"God" is not a proper, 91 1, 13 | Ps. 81:6). Therefore this name "God" is communicable.~Aquin.: 92 1, 13 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, this name "God" comes from operation, 93 1, 13 | the like. Therefore this name "God" is ~communicable.~ 94 1, 13 | gave the incommunicable name to ~wood and stones" (Wis. 95 1, 13 | reference to the divine name. Therefore ~this name "God" 96 1, 13 | divine name. Therefore ~this name "God" is incommunicable.~ 97 1, 13 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, A name is communicable in two ways: 98 1, 13 | the signification of the name. For instance ~this name " 99 1, 13 | name. For instance ~this name "lion" is properly communicable 100 1, 13 | all others. Hence ~every name imposed to signify any singular 101 1, 13 | conceived in idea. Hence no name signifying any ~individual 102 1, 13 | Para. 2/3~Since, then, this name "God" is given to signify 103 1, 13 | it follows that this name "God" is ~incommunicable 104 1, 13 | in the same ~way as this name "sun" would be communicable 105 1, 13 | opinion." Nevertheless this name "God" is ~communicable, 106 1, 13 | Body Para. 3/3~But if any name were given to signify God 107 1, 13 | this something," ~that name would be absolutely incommunicable; 108 1, 13 | and this is like giving a name to ~the sun as signifying 109 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This name "God" is an appellative 110 1, 13 | God" is an appellative name, and not a proper ~name, 111 1, 13 | name, and not a proper ~name, for it signifies the divine 112 1, 13 | said above concerning the name "sun."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 113 1, 13 | communicable to many. But ~this name "God" is given to God from 114 1, 13 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether this name "God" is applied to God 115 1, 13 | OBJ 1: It seems that this name "God" is applied to God 116 1, 13 | not in ~truth. But this name "beatitude" is applied univocally 117 1, 13 | happiness. Therefore also this name "God" is ~applied univocally 118 1, 13 | he understands by the name God an omnipotent being, 119 1, 13 | is God." Therefore this name ~"God" is applied univocally 120 1, 13 | equivocal. Therefore this name ~"God" applied to the true 121 1, 13 | one God. Therefore this name "God" is ~not applied univocally, 122 1, 13 | 1/2~I answer that, This name "God" in the three aforesaid 123 1, 13 | question at issue. For this name "God," as ~signifying the 124 1, 13 | participation. For when we name anyone god by ~participation, 125 1, 13 | participation, we understand by the name of god some likeness of 126 1, 13 | call an idol god, by this name god we understand ~and signify 127 1, 13 | it is manifest that ~the name has different meanings, 128 1, 13 | the ~predication of the name, but on the signification: 129 1, 13 | signification: for this name "man," ~of whomsoever it 130 1, 13 | be multiplied if by the name "man" we meant to ~signify 131 1, 13 | meant to signify by this ~name "man" what man really is, 132 1, 13 | to signify by the same ~name a stone, or something else. 133 1, 13 | because each of them uses this name GOD to signify the true 134 1, 13 | God, he does not use this name as meaning ~God in opinion, 135 1, 13 | Catholics ~sometimes use the name in the sense, as in the 136 1, 13 | different predication of the name, and not from ~its various 137 1, 13 | So a pagan can take ~this name "God" in the same way when 138 1, 13 | altogether, he could not even name Him, unless, perhaps, ~as 139 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Whether this name, HE WHO IS, is the most 140 1, 13 | WHO IS, is the most proper name of God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 141 1, 13 | OBJ 1: It seems that this name HE WHO IS is not the most 142 1, 13 | IS is not the most proper name of God. For this name "God" 143 1, 13 | proper name of God. For this name "God" is an incommunicable 144 1, 13 | God" is an incommunicable name. But this name HE WHO ~IS, 145 1, 13 | incommunicable name. But this name HE WHO ~IS, is not an incommunicable 146 1, 13 | is not an incommunicable name. Therefore this name HE 147 1, 13 | incommunicable name. Therefore this name HE WHO IS is not ~the most 148 1, 13 | is not ~the most proper name of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 149 1, 13 | Div. Nom. iii) that "the name of good ~excellently manifests 150 1, 13 | things. Therefore ~this name "good" is supremely proper 151 1, 13 | proper to God, and not this name HE WHO IS. ~Aquin.: SMT 152 1, 13 | 3: Further, every divine name seems to imply relation 153 1, 13 | through creatures. But this name HE WHO IS ~imports no relation 154 1, 13 | creatures. Therefore this name HE WHO IS is not ~the most 155 1, 13 | say to me, What is His name? what shall I say to them?" 156 1, 13 | 3:13,14). Therefor this name HE WHO IS most properly 157 1, 13 | 1/4~I answer that, This name HE WHO IS is most properly 158 1, 13 | substance." Now by any other name some mode of substance is 159 1, 13 | determined, ~whereas this name HE WHO IS, determines no 160 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This name HE WHO IS is the name of 161 1, 13 | This name HE WHO IS is the name of God more properly than ~ 162 1, 13 | more properly than ~this name "God," as regards its source, 163 1, 13 | the object intended by the name, this name "God" is more 164 1, 13 | intended by the name, this name "God" is more proper, ~as 165 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This name "good" is the principal 166 1, 13 | good" is the principal name of God in so far as ~He 167 1, 13 | existence, from which comes this name, HE WHO IS.~Aquin.: SMT 168 1, 13 | incongruous," inasmuch as no name ~can be applied to God according 169 1, 14 | Q[4], A[2]), whenever a name taken from ~any created 170 1, 18 | of things. And because we name a thing in ~accordance with 171 1, 18 | must be said of life. The name is given from a certain ~ 172 1, 18 | operations from ~which its name is taken, and thus the Philosopher 173 1, 19 | metaphorically in God under ~the name of that passion. Thus with 174 1, 19 | that, By these signs we name the expression of will by 175 1, 20 | greater good in giving Him "a name that is above ~all names," 176 1, 21 | the defect we call by that name. ~Now defects are not removed, 177 1, 24 | and I will not blot ~his name out of the book of life" ( 178 1, 27 | ought to be some special name ~besides this common name 179 1, 27 | name ~besides this common name of procession. But no other 180 1, 27 | procession. But no other name is applicable ~but generation. 181 1, 27 | rather as spirit; which name expresses a certain ~vital 182 1, 27 | procession in God takes its name from the ~proper notion 183 1, 27 | will and intellect; the name being imposed to signify ~ 184 1, 27 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: We can name God only from creatures ( 185 1, 27 | has no proper or special name, except that of ~generation. 186 1, 27 | remained ~without a special name; but it can be called spiration, 187 1, 28 | is not expressed ~in the name of essence. Thus it is clear 188 1, 28 | can be signified by any name. Hence it does not follow 189 1, 28 | than can be included in any name, it does not follow, ~if 190 1, 28 | relative term or any other name applied to God signify something ~ 191 1, 28 | paternity and filiation are by name distinguished ~from the 192 1, 28 | procession of Love has no proper ~name of its own (Q[27], A[4]); 193 1, 28 | ensuing relations ~a proper name of their own. The relation 194 1, 29 | hypostasis.~(3) Whether the name of person is becoming to 195 1, 29 | definition; since man is the name of a thing, and ~"species" 196 1, 29 | thing, and ~"species" is a name of an intention. Therefore, 197 1, 29 | Therefore, since person is the name ~of a thing (for it signifies 198 1, 29 | which is an intentional name comes improperly into the ~ 199 1, 29 | substance should have a special name of their ~own; for they 200 1, 29 | rational nature have a special name even ~among other substances; 201 1, 29 | other substances; and this name is "person."~Aquin.: SMT 202 1, 29 | added, forasmuch as by the ~name of hypostasis or first substance 203 1, 29 | neither the definition nor the name of person belongs to it.~ 204 1, 29 | the rational nature by the name ~hypostasis." But this with 205 1, 29 | sense, can be applied a name expressive of an intention; 206 1, 29 | genus of substances, this name "person" signifies in the 207 1, 29 | It would seem that the name "person" should not be said 208 1, 29 | by the oracles." But the name "person" is ~not expressed 209 1, 29 | contains every perfection, this name "person" is fittingly ~applied 210 1, 29 | Reply OBJ 2: Although this name "person" may not belong 211 1, 29 | comedies and tragedies, the name "person" was given to signify 212 1, 29 | other dignity; and thus the name "person" ~pre-eminently 213 1, 29 | divine essence; as this name "God" and this word "Wise"; ~ 214 1, 29 | is true to say ~that the name "person" signifies relation 215 1, 30 | understood, the Greeks use the name "hypostasis." So, as we 216 1, 30 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the name "person" is common to the 217 1, 30 | fact that "person" is not a name of ~exclusion nor of intention, 218 1, 30 | nor of intention, but the name of a reality. We must therefore ~ 219 1, 30 | even in human affairs this name "person" is common by a ~ 220 1, 30 | distinct from others. But the name of a designated ~singular 221 1, 30 | determinate thing; ~as the name Socrates signifies this 222 1, 30 | singular things; while this name "person" is not given to 223 1, 30 | divine nature. Thus this ~name "person" is common in idea 224 1, 31 | joined to an essential name in God?~(4) Whether it can 225 1, 31 | trinity in God. For every name in God ~signifies substance 226 1, 31 | substance or relation. But this name "Trinity" does not signify ~ 227 1, 31 | for it does not express a name ~that refers to another. 228 1, 31 | the unity ~of a collective name is the least of unities, 229 1, 31 | 1/1~I answer that, The name "Trinity" in God signifies 230 1, 31 | Other," being like the name of a particular thing, refers ~ 231 1, 31 | Socrates, which is the name of the "suppositum"; whereas, 232 1, 32 | forasmuch as we always name a thing as we understand 233 1, 33 | properly signified by this name ~"Father"?~(3) Whether " 234 1, 33 | Para. 1/1~Whether this name "Father" is properly the 235 1, 33 | Father" is properly the name of a divine person? ~Aquin.: 236 1, 33 | It would seem that this name "Father" is not properly 237 1, 33 | Father" is not properly the name of ~a divine person. For 238 1, 33 | a divine person. For the name "Father" signifies relation. 239 1, 33 | substance. Therefore this name "Father" is not ~properly 240 1, 33 | Father" is not ~properly a name signifying a Person.~Aquin.: 241 1, 33 | Therefore the ~more proper name of the divine person is 242 1, 33 | term cannot be the proper name of anyone. ~But the word 243 1, 33 | by essence. Therefore the name "Father" taken from ~generation 244 1, 33 | not seem to be the proper name of any divine person.~Aquin.: 245 1, 33 | answer that, The proper name of any person signifies 246 1, 33 | other persons. ~Hence this name "Father," whereby paternity 247 1, 33 | signified, is the proper ~name of the person of the Father.~ 248 1, 33 | subsisting person. So this name ~"father" among us does 249 1, 33 | relation signified by the name "Father" is a subsisting 250 1, 33 | explained (Q[29], A[4]), this name "person" in God ~signifies 251 1, 33 | generation; and therefore the name ~"Father" is more expressive 252 1, 33 | Para. 1/1~Whether this name "Father" is applied to God, 253 1, 33 | God, firstly as a personal name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 254 1, 33 | It would seem that this name "Father" is not applied 255 1, 33 | firstly as a personal name. For in the intellect the 256 1, 33 | the ~particular. But this name "Father" as a personal name, 257 1, 33 | name "Father" as a personal name, belongs to the ~person 258 1, 33 | comes first as an essential name before its personal sense.~ 259 1, 33 | not taken as an essential name before it is ~taken personally.~ 260 1, 33 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A name is applied to that wherein 261 1, 33 | for the latter bears the name by reason of a kind ~of 262 1, 33 | the signification of the ~name; since all imperfect things 263 1, 33 | perfect things. Hence ~this name "lion" is applied first 264 1, 33 | the creature, to which the name of filiation is applied 265 1, 33 | further understood that the name "unbegotten" belongs ~to 266 1, 33 | Holy Ghost has no special name, as stated above (Q[27], ~ 267 1, 34 | Whether it is the proper name of the Son?~(3) Whether 268 1, 34 | Son?~(3) Whether in the name of Word is expressed relation 269 1, 34 | Word in God is a personal name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 270 1, 34 | in God is not a personal name. For ~personal names are 271 1, 34 | Therefore Word is not a personal name in ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 272 1, 34 | spoken. Therefore, the name Word is used as an essential 273 1, 34 | the Word is not a personal name in ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 274 1, 34 | But ~the Son is a personal name, since it is said relatively. 275 1, 34 | 1/3~I answer that, The name of Word in God, if taken 276 1, 34 | proper sense, is ~a personal name, and in no way an essential 277 1, 34 | and in no way an essential name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 278 1, 34 | Word" is the Son's proper name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 279 1, 34 | Word" is not the proper name of the Son. For ~the Son 280 1, 34 | word cannot be the ~proper name of the person of the Son.~ 281 1, 34 | 3: Further, every proper name of a person signifies some 282 1, 34 | Word is the Son's proper name, it ~signifies some property 283 1, 34 | personally, and is the proper name of the person of the Son. 284 1, 34 | is comprised as in the ~name Son. Hence Augustine says ( 285 1, 34 | be expressed by only one name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 286 1, 34 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the name "Word" imports relation 287 1, 34 | It would seem that the name 'Word' does not import relation 288 1, 34 | to ~creatures. For every name that connotes some effect 289 1, 34 | lxxxiii, qu. 63), that "the name ~Word signifies not only 290 1, 34 | included indirectly in the name of the ~person; for person 291 1, 34 | rational nature. ~Therefore the name of a divine person, as regards 292 1, 34 | begotten; and in this ~way the name Word imports relation to 293 1, 34 | creatures is implied in the ~name of the Word. Nor is it true 294 1, 34 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The name of Idea is imposed chiefly 295 1, 34 | said personally. But the name of Word is imposed chiefly 296 1, 35 | personally?~(2) Whether this name belongs to the Son alone?~ 297 1, 35 | Image cannot be a personal name in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 298 1, 35 | and is thus a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 299 1, 35 | the ~persons. Hence the name "Image" is a personal name.~ 300 1, 35 | name "Image" is a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 301 1, 35 | Augustine (Fulgentius) uses the name of Image in this ~sense 302 1, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the name of Image is proper to the 303 1, 35 | It would seem that the name of Image is not proper to 304 1, 35 | Latin Doctors attribute ~the name Image to the Son alone. 305 1, 36 | of God. ~Concerning the name "Holy Ghost" there are four 306 1, 36 | inquiry:~(1) Whether this name, "Holy Ghost," is the proper 307 1, 36 | Holy Ghost," is the proper name of one divine ~Person?~( 308 1, 36 | Para. 1/1~Whether this name "Holy Ghost" is the proper 309 1, 36 | Holy Ghost" is the proper name of one divine person?~Aquin.: 310 1, 36 | It would seem that this name, "Holy Ghost," is not the 311 1, 36 | Ghost," is not the proper ~name of one divine person. For 312 1, 36 | one divine person. For no name which is common to the three ~ 313 1, 36 | three ~persons is the proper name of any one person. But this 314 1, 36 | any one person. But this name of 'Holy ~Ghost' [*It should 315 1, 36 | all flesh." Therefore this name 'Holy Ghost' is not the 316 1, 36 | Ghost' is not the proper name of a ~divine person.~Aquin.: 317 1, 36 | says (De Trin.). But this name "Holy Ghost" is not a relative ~ 318 1, 36 | relative ~term. Therefore this name is not the proper name of 319 1, 36 | this name is not the proper name of a divine Person.~Aquin.: 320 1, 36 | because the Son is the name of a divine Person He cannot ~ 321 1, 36 | not seem to be the proper name of a divine Person.~Aquin.: 322 1, 36 | Therefore the Holy Ghost is the name of a divine person.~Aquin.: 323 1, 36 | procession of love, has no proper name of its own, as stated above ( 324 1, 36 | procession ~are without a name (Q[28], A[4]): for which 325 1, 36 | manner has not a proper name. But as some names are accommodated ~ 326 1, 36 | proceeds by way of love, this name "Holy ~Ghost" is by the 327 1, 36 | appropriateness of this name may be shown in two ways. 328 1, 36 | proper signification of the name. For the name ~spirit in 329 1, 36 | signification of the name. For the name ~spirit in things corporeal 330 1, 36 | Reply OBJ 2: Although this name "Holy Ghost" does not indicate 331 1, 36 | relation ~only. Yet this name may be understood as including 332 1, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the name Son we understand that relation 333 1, 36 | that principle: but in the ~name "Father" we understand the 334 1, 36 | principle; and likewise in ~the name of Spirit inasmuch as it 335 1, 36 | from the Father, and we name Him the spirit of the Father; 336 1, 36 | is from the Son, yet we name Him the ~Spirit of the Son." 337 1, 36 | not hold good as to the name "Creator"; ~because the 338 1, 37 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE NAME OF THE HOLY GHOST - LOVE ( 339 1, 37 | now inquire concerning the name "Love," on which arise two 340 1, 37 | Whether it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~(2) Whether 341 1, 37 | Whether "Love" is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 342 1, 37 | Love" is not the proper name of the Holy ~Ghost. For 343 1, 37 | together one Charity." But no name which is predicated in the 344 1, 37 | all together, is a proper name of a person. Therefore ~ 345 1, 37 | person. Therefore ~this name, "Love," is not the proper 346 1, 37 | Love," is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 347 1, 37 | Therefore Love is not the proper name of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 348 1, 37 | 1/3~I answer that, The name Love in God can be taken 349 1, 37 | personally it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost; ~as Word 350 1, 37 | as Word is the proper name of the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 351 1, 37 | that sense "love" is the name of ~the person and "to love" 352 1, 38 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE NAME OF THE HOLY GHOST, AS GIFT ( 353 1, 38 | Gift" can be a personal name?~(2) Whether it is the proper 354 1, 38 | Whether it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost? ~(tm) 355 1, 38 | Whether "Gift" is a personal name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 356 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name. For every ~personal name 357 1, 38 | name. For every ~personal name imports a distinction in 358 1, 38 | distinction in God. But the name of "Gift" does ~not import 359 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 360 1, 38 | 2: Further, no personal name belongs to the divine essence. 361 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 362 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 363 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 364 1, 38 | Holy Ghost is a personal name; so also therefore is ~" 365 1, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The name "Gift" imports a personal 366 1, 38 | giver, ~and is a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 367 1, 38 | OBJ 3: Gift as a personal name in God does not imply subjection, ~ 368 1, 38 | that it is an ~essential name because it imports relation 369 1, 38 | Whether "Gift" is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 370 1, 38 | that Gift is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost. ~For 371 1, 38 | the Holy Ghost. ~For the name Gift comes from being given. 372 1, 38 | 2: Further, every proper name of a person signifies a 373 1, 38 | Therefore ~Gift is not a proper name of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 374 1, 38 | Therefore Gift is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 375 1, 38 | Ghost ~receives His proper name from the fact that He proceeds 376 1, 38 | Therefore Gift is the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 377 1, 38 | personally in God, is the proper name of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 378 1, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The name Gift involves the idea of 379 1, 39 | essential names, as the name "God," should not ~be predicated 380 1, 39 | plurality of a substantive name depends upon the form ~signified 381 1, 39 | the form ~signified by the name. But as accidents have their 382 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: Though the name "God" signifies a being 383 1, 39 | signification is different. For the name "God" ~is used substantively; 384 1, 39 | it stands for." But this ~name "God" seems to be a singular 385 1, 39 | say, "God creates," this name "God" stands for ~the essence. 386 1, 39 | Some have said that this name "God" and the like, ~properly 387 1, 39 | which is signified by the name God, is the same ~as Godhead. 388 1, 39 | possesses it, just as the name "man" signifies humanity 389 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: Although this name "God" agrees with singular 390 1, 39 | the form signified by the ~name "God" - that is, the divine 391 1, 39 | of the notional act this name "God" stands for the ~person 392 1, 39 | adjunct to determine this name to the person of the Son, 393 1, 39 | animal to be man. But this name "God" as regards the three ~ 394 1, 39 | cannot be predicated of this name "God," except in an accidental 395 1, 39 | proper to the ~persons: the name of the "Father," the name " 396 1, 39 | name of the "Father," the name "Image" proper to the Son ~( 397 1, 39 | Q[35], A[2]), and the name "Bounty" or "Gift," which 398 1, 40 | by relations; whence this name ~"Father" signifies not 399 1, 40 | only; forasmuch as ~this name "Father" signifies the relation 400 1, 41 | whereto, as ~is evident, the name of filiation would not apply 401 1, 42 | impassibility of His birth; let the name Son insinuate ~His consubstantiality." 402 1, 43 | doctrine is ~according to her name."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 403 1, 45 | emanation we designate by the name of creation. Now what proceeds 404 1, 48 | Therefore it must be that by the name of evil is signified the ~ 405 1, 58 | is comprised ~under the name of day, as the middle between 406 1, 59 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the name of the appetitive part is 407 1, 59 | many other things; thus the name of a ~stone [lapis] is derived 408 1, 60 | love has been called by the name "concupiscence" while the ~ 409 1, 61 | but are ~designated by the name "heavens" or of "light." 410 1, 62 | 2 ~I answer that, By the name of beatitude is understood 411 1, 63 | sphere, and calling by the name of "demons" the ~intellectual 412 1, 66 | fire are not mentioned ~by name is due to the fact that 413 1, 66 | since spirit is another name for ~air, and considered 414 1, 67 | First, because light gives a name to the air, since by ~it 415 1, 68 | which has received ~the name firmament from the firmness 416 1, 68 | the heavens ~praise the name of the Lord," and (Dn. 3: 417 1, 68 | express mention of air by name, to avoid setting before 418 1, 68 | fittingly designated under the name of ~waters. For the starry 419 1, 68 | and included under that name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 420 1, 68 | all such bodies under the name of water, and ~thus it is 421 1, 68 | In the second place, the name heaven is applied to a body 422 1, 68 | lofty mountain of that name: the higher region of air 423 1, 68 | word heaven, as when this ~name is applied to the Blessed 424 1, 69 | the earth is given its name at its first creation by 425 1, 69 | Therefore the ~imposition of its name on the third day seems to 426 1, 69 | an equivocal use of the name ~imposed. Thus we find it 427 1, 69 | from the sea; ~although the name earth is equally applied 428 1, 69 | bestowed corresponded to the name He gave.~Aquin.: SMT FP 429 1, 74 | entire period takes its ~name, as is customary, from its 430 1, 37 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE NAME OF THE HOLY GHOST - LOVE ( 431 1, 37 | now inquire concerning the name "Love," on which arise two 432 1, 37 | Whether it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~(2) Whether 433 1, 37 | Whether "Love" is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 434 1, 37 | Love" is not the proper name of the Holy ~Ghost. For 435 1, 37 | together one Charity." But no name which is predicated in the 436 1, 37 | all together, is a proper name of a person. Therefore ~ 437 1, 37 | person. Therefore ~this name, "Love," is not the proper 438 1, 37 | Love," is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 439 1, 37 | Therefore Love is not the proper name of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 440 1, 37 | 1/3 ~I answer that, The name Love in God can be taken 441 1, 37 | personally it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost; ~as Word 442 1, 37 | as Word is the proper name of the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 443 1, 37 | that sense "love" is the name of ~the person and "to love" 444 1, 38 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE NAME OF THE HOLY GHOST, AS GIFT ( 445 1, 38 | Gift" can be a personal name?~(2) Whether it is the proper 446 1, 38 | Whether it is the proper name of the Holy Ghost? ~(tm) 447 1, 38 | Whether "Gift" is a personal name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 448 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name. For every ~personal name 449 1, 38 | name. For every ~personal name imports a distinction in 450 1, 38 | distinction in God. But the name of "Gift" does ~not import 451 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 452 1, 38 | 2: Further, no personal name belongs to the divine essence. 453 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 454 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 455 1, 38 | Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 456 1, 38 | Holy Ghost is a personal name; so also therefore is ~" 457 1, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The name "Gift" imports a personal 458 1, 38 | giver, ~and is a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 459 1, 38 | OBJ 3: Gift as a personal name in God does not imply subjection, ~ 460 1, 38 | that it is an ~essential name because it imports relation 461 1, 38 | Whether "Gift" is the proper name of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 462 1, 38 | that Gift is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost. ~For 463 1, 38 | the Holy Ghost. ~For the name Gift comes from being given. 464 1, 38 | 2: Further, every proper name of a person signifies a 465 1, 38 | Therefore ~Gift is not a proper name of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 466 1, 38 | Therefore Gift is not the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 467 1, 38 | Ghost ~receives His proper name from the fact that He proceeds 468 1, 38 | Therefore Gift is the proper name of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 469 1, 38 | personally in God, is the proper name of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 470 1, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The name Gift involves the idea of 471 1, 39 | essential names, as the name "God," should not ~be predicated 472 1, 39 | plurality of a substantive name depends upon the form ~signified 473 1, 39 | the form ~signified by the name. But as accidents have their 474 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: Though the name "God" signifies a being 475 1, 39 | signification is different. For the name "God" ~is used substantively; 476 1, 39 | it stands for." But this ~name "God" seems to be a singular 477 1, 39 | say, "God creates," this name "God" stands for ~the essence. 478 1, 39 | Some have said that this name "God" and the like, ~properly 479 1, 39 | which is signified by the name God, is the same ~as Godhead. 480 1, 39 | possesses it, just as the name "man" signifies humanity 481 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: Although this name "God" agrees with singular 482 1, 39 | the form signified by the ~name "God" - that is, the divine 483 1, 39 | of the notional act this name "God" stands for the ~person 484 1, 39 | adjunct to determine this name to the person of the Son, 485 1, 39 | animal to be man. But this name "God" as regards the three ~ 486 1, 39 | cannot be predicated of this name "God," except in an accidental 487 1, 39 | proper to the ~persons: the name of the "Father," the name " 488 1, 39 | name of the "Father," the name "Image" proper to the Son ~( 489 1, 39 | Q[35], A[2]), and the name "Bounty" or "Gift," which 490 1, 40 | by relations; whence this name ~"Father" signifies not 491 1, 40 | only; forasmuch as ~this name "Father" signifies the relation 492 1, 41 | whereto, as ~is evident, the name of filiation would not apply 493 1, 42 | impassibility of His birth; let the name Son insinuate ~His consubstantiality." 494 1, 43 | doctrine is ~according to her name."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 495 1, 46 | emanation we designate by the name of creation. Now what proceeds 496 1, 49 | Therefore it must be that by the name of evil is signified the ~ 497 1, 59 | is comprised ~under the name of day, as the middle between 498 1, 60 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the name of the appetitive part is 499 1, 60 | many other things; thus the name of a ~stone [lapis] is derived 500 1, 61 | love has been called by the name "concupiscence" while the ~


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