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1 1, 7 | shown, for example, in ~the work of a carpenter requiring 2 1, 7 | multiplied, the carpentering work would ~never be finished, 3 1, 7 | infinite number, if the work is carried on for an ~infinite 4 1, 15 | consider that the idea of a ~work is in the mind of the operator 5 1, 17 | said to produce ~a false work, if it falls short of the 6 1, 18 | similitude, any kind of work in ~which a man takes delight, 7 1, 19 | His will." Now, what we work according to the ~counsel 8 1, 19 | whereby the form of the work is conceived, and ~will 9 1, 19 | serve his intellect by their work, and intellect, that he ~ 10 1, 19 | orders another to perform a work, either by insisting upon 11 1, 21 | God?~(4) Whether in every work of God there are justice 12 1, 21 | wills and pleases does not ~work according to justice. But, 13 1, 21 | to the mind; just as the work of an artist ~is said to 14 1, 21 | Para. 1/1~Whether in every work of God there are mercy and 15 1, 21 | seems that not in every work of God are mercy and justice. 16 1, 21 | Therefore not in every work of God do mercy and justice 17 1, 21 | Therefore ~not in every work of God are justice and mercy.~ 18 1, 21 | Therefore not in every work of God are justice and mercy.~ 19 1, 21 | other can be lacking in any work of ~God: because God can 20 1, 21 | all God's works. Now the work of ~divine justice always 21 1, 21 | justice always presupposes the work of mercy; and is founded ~ 22 1, 21 | divine goodness. So in every work of God, ~viewed at its primary 23 1, 22 | that love God, all things work together unto good" (Rm. 24 1, 22 | every provider makes his work as stable as he can, lest ~ 25 1, 22 | corrupt ~nature is not the work of providence." But it is 26 1, 23 | whose regard "all things work together unto good" (Rm. 27 1, 23 | whom he carries out his work, as ~a master through a 28 1, 31 | Persons used in an authentic work, these terms of "diversity" 29 1, 31 | find it in an authentic work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 30 1, 34 | the king when he does the work to which he is appointed 31 1, 36 | When anyone is said to work through anything, the converse ~ 32 1, 36 | acting, the king is said to work ~through the bailiff; but 33 1, 39 | we say that ~the strong work done by an agent is its 34 1, 39 | belongs to it only as a work produced. So this does not ~ 35 1, 41 | is the principle of his work; and ~thus in that sense 36 1, 41 | itself, such also is its work. But the form whereby the ~ 37 1, 41 | that generation is the "work of nature," not of nature ~ 38 1, 43 | to undertake any arduous work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 39 1, 45 | things?~(8) Whether the work of creation is mingled with 40 1, 45 | things caused ~are the common work of the whole Godhead.~Aquin.: 41 1, 45 | 14,15) distinguishes the ~work of propagation, which is 42 1, 45 | propagation, which is a work of nature, from the work 43 1, 45 | work of nature, from the work of creation.~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 45 | but is presupposed ~to the work of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 45 1, 46 | intellect: therefore His work has a principle. The world, 46 1, 51 | nothing superfluous in the work of an angel, as there is 47 1, 51 | nothing of the ~kind in the work of nature. But it would 48 1, 57 | only, and He alone can ~work in it Who is its principal 49 1, 57 | knowledge of His Divine ~work for us; and Jesus as teaching 50 1, 58 | knowledge of the preceding work. Noonday is comprised ~under 51 1, 62 | time, being created by the work of Divine Providence, were ~ 52 1, 62 | the fact ~that the good work is beyond his natural capacity.~ 53 1, 63 | exhort; both of which are the work of time. And it is evident 54 1, 64 | never performs any good ~work. But the demon performs 55 1, 65 | Para. 1/2 - TREATISE ON THE WORK OF THE SIX DAYS (QQ[65]- 56 1, 65 | SIX DAYS (QQ[65]-74)~~THE WORK OF CREATION OF CORPOREAL 57 1, 65 | works are found, namely, the work of creation, as given in ~ 58 1, 65 | created heaven and earth"; the work of ~distinction as given 59 1, 65 | the firmament"; and the work of adornment, expressed 60 1, 65 | then, we must consider the work of creation; secondly, the 61 1, 65 | creation; secondly, the work ~of distinction; and thirdly, 62 1, 65 | distinction; and thirdly, the work of adornment. Under the 63 1, 65 | presupposed as ~existing, is the work of infinite power, and, 64 1, 65 | this, Moses prefaces each work with the words, "God ~said, 65 1, 66 | We must next consider the work of distinction; first, the 66 1, 66 | perfect." Therefore the work of His creation ~was at 67 1, 66 | creatures ~was effected by the work of distinction. But confusion 68 1, 66 | admixture. But previous to the work of distinction Holy Scripture ~ 69 1, 66 | made darkness His first work, as ~the Manicheans falsely 70 1, 67 | Out. Para. 1/2 - ON THE WORK OF DISTINCTION IN ITSELF ( 71 1, 67 | We must consider next the work of distinction in itself. 72 1, 67 | distinction in itself. First, the work ~of the first day; secondly, 73 1, 67 | first day; secondly, the work of the second day; thirdly 74 1, 67 | second day; thirdly the work ~of the third day.~Aquin.: 75 1, 67 | principles, ~so do we in work of every kind. For the living 76 1, 68 | Out. Para. 1/1 - ON THE WORK OF THE SECOND DAY (FOUR 77 1, 68 | We must next consider the work of the second day. Under 78 1, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the work of the six days is ordered 79 1, 68 | For ~it is part of the work of creation to produce the 80 1, 68 | while it belongs to the work of distinction and adornment 81 1, 68 | however, belongs to the work of creation, at ~least, 82 1, 68 | firmament belongs to the work of ~creation. But its formation, 83 1, 68 | may have pleased Him to work on them by way of miracle." 84 1, 69 | Out. Para. 1/1 - ON THE WORK OF THE THIRD DAY (TWO ARTICLES)~ 85 1, 69 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the work of the third day. Under 86 1, 69 | second days. ~Therefore the work of the third day should 87 1, 69 | Scripture does not say of the work of the third day, that it 88 1, 69 | Others, again, ~hold that the work of the third day was perfected 89 1, 69 | of animals belongs to the work, not of ~distinction, but 90 1, 69 | as ~also belonging to the work of adornment, ought not 91 1, 69 | which is devoted to the work of ~distinction.~Aquin.: 92 1, 69 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a work by which the earth is accursed 93 1, 69 | recorded apart from the work by which it receives its 94 1, 69 | Cursed is the earth in thy work, thorns and thistles shall ~ 95 1, 69 | which is concerned with ~the work of formation.~Aquin.: SMT 96 1, 69 | nevertheless, not mentioned in the work of ~formation. Plants, therefore, 97 1, 69 | or causes, and from ~this work He subsequently rested. 98 1, 69 | governing His ~creatures, in the work of propagation, "He worketh 99 1, 69 | from out the earth is a work of propagation, and ~therefore 100 1, 69 | of species belongs to the work of the six ~days, but the 101 1, 70 | Out. Para. 1/3 - OF THE WORK OF ADORNMENT, AS REGARDS 102 1, 70 | We must next consider the work of adornment, first as to 103 1, 70 | place, then, we consider the work of the fourth day, ~secondly, 104 1, 70 | matter was produced in the work of creation, before there 105 1, 70 | thereby indicating that the work was threefold. In the first ~ 106 1, 70 | threefold. In the first ~work, that of "creation," the 107 1, 70 | form. In the second, or work of "distinction," the heaven 108 1, 70 | two ~works is added the work of adornment, which is distinct 109 1, 70 | one from another; so the work of adornment is set ~forth 110 1, 70 | form from the three days' work of ~distinction, so that 111 1, 70 | land. So also is it in the work of adornment; on ~the first 112 1, 70 | on ~the first day of this work, which is the fourth of 113 1, 70 | and stars cooperate in the work of ~production by their 114 1, 70 | convenience of business and work, in so ~far as the lights 115 1, 71 | Out. Para. 1/1 - ON THE WORK OF THE FIFTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~ 116 1, 71 | We must next consider the work of the fifth day.~Aquin.: 117 1, 71 | It would seem that this work is not fittingly described. 118 1, 71 | fittingly ~describe this work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 119 1, 71 | A[1]), the order of the work of adornment corresponds 120 1, 71 | corresponds to the order of the work of distinction. Hence, as ~ 121 1, 71 | three days assigned to the work of distinction, the middle, 122 1, 71 | second, day is devoted to the work of distinction of water, 123 1, 71 | in the three days of the work of adornment, the ~middle 124 1, 72 | Out. Para. 1/1 - ON THE WORK OF THE SIXTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~ 125 1, 72 | We must now consider the work of the sixth day.~Aquin.: 126 1, 72 | It would seem that this work is not fittingly described. 127 1, 73 | Further, the completion of a work is an act in itself. But 128 1, 73 | He ~rested from all His work. Therefore the completion 129 1, 73 | daily new souls. Again, the work of the Incarnation was a 130 1, 73 | the Incarnation was a new ~work, of which it is said (Jer. 131 1, 73 | Renew thy signs, and work new miracles." Moreover, 132 1, 73 | seventh day God ended His ~work which He had made."~Aquin.: 133 1, 73 | moving His creatures to the work proper ~to them, and thus 134 1, 73 | to have consummated His work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 135 1, 73 | been made before in the work of ~the six days. Some things, 136 1, 73 | souls now ~created. And the work of the Incarnation itself 137 1, 73 | seventh day from all His work?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 138 1, 73 | seventh day from all ~His work. For it is said (Jn. 5:17), " 139 1, 73 | worketh until now, and I ~work." God, then, did not rest 140 1, 73 | seventh day from all His work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 141 1, 73 | But, as God produced His work without movement and without 142 1, 73 | the seventh day from His work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 143 1, 73 | contradistinction to His work; now the words "God created" 144 1, 73 | seventh day ~from all the work which He had done."~Aquin.: 145 1, 73 | meaning a ~cessation from work, in the other, the satisfying 146 1, 73 | God ~works or ceases from work nothing accrues to Him or 147 1, 73 | pronounced, as upon ~each work it was said, "God saw that 148 1, 73 | had rested from all His work."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 149 1, 73 | and ~preserved, and this work also belongs to the Divine 150 1, 74 | sufficiently enumerated. ~For the work of creation is no less distinct 151 1, 74 | creatures, and three to the work of adornment.~Aquin.: SMT 152 1, 74 | According to Augustine, the work of creation belongs to the ~ 153 1, 74 | measurable by time; whereas the work of creation lies only in 154 1, 74 | reason, ~therefore, every work of distinction and adornment 155 1, 74 | devoted to ~cessation from work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 156 1, 74 | OBJ 4: Further, the entire work ascribed to one day God 157 1, 74 | instant, for with each work are the words (God) "said . . . . 158 1, 74 | He had kept back His next work to another day, it ~would 159 1, 74 | therefore, of the preceding work is one with the day of the 160 1, 74 | one with the day of the work that ~follows.~Aquin.: SMT 161 1, 74 | knowledge of the second ~work, and similarly with the 162 1, 74 | the rest. Thus, then, each work is said to have ~been wrought 163 1, 74 | produced ~actually in the work of the six days; Augustine, 164 1, 74 | is, potentially. And this work ~Augustine ascribes to the 165 1, 74 | increase, and to this latter work it belongs ~that the first 166 1, 74 | requiring time in which to work, ~but that due order might 167 1, 74 | world, as each succeeding work added to the world ~a fresh 168 1, 74 | suitable words to express the work of the six days?~Aquin.: 169 1, 74 | have been said of ~each work, "God saw that it was good." 170 1, 74 | of these ~words in the work of creation and in that 171 1, 74 | adornment belong to the work by which the world receives ~ 172 1, 74 | as the giving form to a work of art is by means of the 173 1, 74 | it was good," used in the work of ~distinction and adornment, 174 1, 74 | of them he may form his work. And the words, "God saw 175 1, 74 | made it. Thus ~in either work, of creation and of formation, 176 1, 74 | good," are ~not said of the work of the second day, this 177 1, 74 | day, this is because the work of ~distinguishing the waters 178 1, 74 | approval of the second days' work, because this is concerned 179 1, 74 | according to whom the ~work of the second day is not 180 1, 74 | made them. Hence, in each work, after the words, "It was ~ 181 1, 39 | we say that ~the strong work done by an agent is its 182 1, 39 | belongs to it only as a work produced. So this does not ~ 183 1, 41 | is the principle of his work; and ~thus in that sense 184 1, 41 | itself, such also is its work. But the form whereby the ~ 185 1, 41 | that generation is the "work of nature," not of nature ~ 186 1, 43 | to undertake any arduous work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 187 1, 46 | things?~(8) Whether the work of creation is mingled with 188 1, 46 | things caused ~are the common work of the whole Godhead.~Aquin.: 189 1, 46 | 14,15) distinguishes the ~work of propagation, which is 190 1, 46 | propagation, which is a work of nature, from the work 191 1, 46 | work of nature, from the work of creation.~Aquin.: SMT 192 1, 46 | but is presupposed ~to the work of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 193 1, 47 | intellect: therefore His work has a principle. The world, 194 1, 52 | nothing superfluous in the work of an angel, as there is 195 1, 52 | nothing of the ~kind in the work of nature. But it would 196 1, 58 | only, and He alone can ~work in it Who is its principal 197 1, 58 | knowledge of His Divine ~work for us; and Jesus as teaching 198 1, 59 | knowledge of the preceding work. Noonday is comprised ~under 199 1, 63 | time, being created by the work of Divine Providence, were ~ 200 1, 63 | the fact ~that the good work is beyond his natural capacity.~ 201 1, 64 | exhort; both of which are the work of time. And it is evident 202 1, 65 | never performs any good ~work. But the demon performs 203 1, 66 | Para. 1/2 - TREATISE ON THE WORK OF THE SIX DAYS (QQ[65]- 204 1, 66 | SIX DAYS (QQ[65]-74)~~THE WORK OF CREATION OF CORPOREAL 205 1, 66 | works are found, namely, the work of creation, as given in ~ 206 1, 66 | created heaven and earth"; the work of ~distinction as given 207 1, 66 | the firmament"; and the work of adornment, expressed 208 1, 66 | then, we must consider the work of creation; secondly, the 209 1, 66 | creation; secondly, the work ~of distinction; and thirdly, 210 1, 66 | distinction; and thirdly, the work of adornment. Under the 211 1, 66 | presupposed as ~existing, is the work of infinite power, and, 212 1, 66 | this, Moses prefaces each work with the words, "God ~said, 213 1, 67 | We must next consider the work of distinction; first, the 214 1, 67 | perfect." Therefore the work of His creation ~was at 215 1, 67 | creatures ~was effected by the work of distinction. But confusion 216 1, 67 | admixture. But previous to the work of distinction Holy Scripture ~ 217 1, 67 | made darkness His first work, as ~the Manicheans falsely 218 1, 68 | Out. Para. 1/2 - ON THE WORK OF DISTINCTION IN ITSELF ( 219 1, 68 | We must consider next the work of distinction in itself. 220 1, 68 | distinction in itself. First, the work ~of the first day; secondly, 221 1, 68 | first day; secondly, the work of the second day; thirdly 222 1, 68 | second day; thirdly the work ~of the third day.~Aquin.: 223 1, 68 | principles, ~so do we in work of every kind. For the living 224 1, 69 | Out. Para. 1/1 - ON THE WORK OF THE SECOND DAY (FOUR 225 1, 69 | We must next consider the work of the second day. Under 226 1, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the work of the six days is ordered 227 1, 69 | For ~it is part of the work of creation to produce the 228 1, 69 | while it belongs to the work of distinction and adornment 229 1, 69 | however, belongs to the work of creation, at ~least, 230 1, 69 | firmament belongs to the work of ~creation. But its formation, 231 1, 69 | may have pleased Him to work on them by way of miracle." 232 1, 70 | Out. Para. 1/1 - ON THE WORK OF THE THIRD DAY (TWO ARTICLES)~ 233 1, 70 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the work of the third day. Under 234 1, 70 | second days. ~Therefore the work of the third day should 235 1, 70 | Scripture does not say of the work of the third day, that it 236 1, 70 | Others, again, ~hold that the work of the third day was perfected 237 1, 70 | of animals belongs to the work, not of ~distinction, but 238 1, 70 | as ~also belonging to the work of adornment, ought not 239 1, 70 | which is devoted to the work of ~distinction.~Aquin.: 240 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a work by which the earth is accursed 241 1, 70 | recorded apart from the work by which it receives its 242 1, 70 | Cursed is the earth in thy work, thorns and thistles shall ~ 243 1, 70 | which is concerned with ~the work of formation.~Aquin.: SMT 244 1, 70 | nevertheless, not mentioned in the work of ~formation. Plants, therefore, 245 1, 70 | or causes, and from ~this work He subsequently rested. 246 1, 70 | governing His ~creatures, in the work of propagation, "He worketh 247 1, 70 | from out the earth is a work of propagation, and ~therefore 248 1, 70 | of species belongs to the work of the six ~days, but the 249 1, 71 | Out. Para. 1/3 - OF THE WORK OF ADORNMENT, AS REGARDS 250 1, 71 | We must next consider the work of adornment, first as to 251 1, 71 | place, then, we consider the work of the fourth day, ~secondly, 252 1, 71 | matter was produced in the work of creation, before there 253 1, 71 | thereby indicating that the work was threefold. In the first ~ 254 1, 71 | threefold. In the first ~work, that of "creation," the 255 1, 71 | form. In the second, or work of "distinction," the heaven 256 1, 71 | two ~works is added the work of adornment, which is distinct 257 1, 71 | one from another; so the work of adornment is set ~forth 258 1, 71 | form from the three days' work of ~distinction, so that 259 1, 71 | land. So also is it in the work of adornment; on ~the first 260 1, 71 | on ~the first day of this work, which is the fourth of 261 1, 71 | and stars cooperate in the work of ~production by their 262 1, 71 | convenience of business and work, in so ~far as the lights 263 1, 71 | 71] Out. Para. 1/1~ON THE WORK OF THE FIFTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~ 264 1, 71 | We must next consider the work of the fifth day.~Aquin.: 265 1, 71 | It would seem that this work is not fittingly described. 266 1, 71 | fittingly ~describe this work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 267 1, 71 | A[1]), the order of the work of ~adornment corresponds 268 1, 71 | corresponds to the order of the work of distinction. Hence, as ~ 269 1, 71 | three days assigned to the work of distinction, the middle, 270 1, 71 | second, day is devoted to the work of distinction of water, 271 1, 71 | in the three days of the work of adornment, the ~middle 272 1, 71 | 72] Out. Para. 1/1~ON THE WORK OF THE SIXTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~ 273 1, 71 | We must now consider the work of the sixth day.~Aquin.: 274 1, 71 | It would seem that this work is not fittingly described. 275 1, 72 | Further, the completion of a work is an act in itself. But 276 1, 72 | He ~rested from all His work. Therefore the completion 277 1, 72 | daily new souls. Again, the work of the Incarnation was a 278 1, 72 | the Incarnation was a new ~work, of which it is said (Jer. 279 1, 72 | Renew thy signs, and work new miracles." Moreover, 280 1, 72 | seventh day God ended His ~work which He had made."~Aquin.: 281 1, 72 | moving His creatures to the work proper ~to them, and thus 282 1, 72 | to have consummated His work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 283 1, 72 | been made before in the work of ~the six days. Some things, 284 1, 72 | souls now ~created. And the work of the Incarnation itself 285 1, 72 | seventh day from all His work?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 286 1, 72 | seventh day from all ~His work. For it is said (Jn. 5:17), " 287 1, 72 | worketh until now, and I ~work." God, then, did not rest 288 1, 72 | seventh day from all His work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 289 1, 72 | But, as God produced His work without movement and without 290 1, 72 | the seventh day from His work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 291 1, 72 | contradistinction to His work; now the words "God created" 292 1, 72 | seventh day ~from all the work which He had done."~Aquin.: 293 1, 72 | meaning a ~cessation from work, in the other, the satisfying 294 1, 72 | God ~works or ceases from work nothing accrues to Him or 295 1, 72 | pronounced, as upon ~each work it was said, "God saw that 296 1, 72 | had rested from all His work."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 297 1, 72 | and ~preserved, and this work also belongs to the Divine 298 1, 73 | sufficiently enumerated. ~For the work of creation is no less distinct 299 1, 73 | creatures, and three to the work of adornment.~Aquin.: SMT 300 1, 73 | According to Augustine, the work of creation belongs to the ~ 301 1, 73 | measurable by time; whereas the work of creation lies only in 302 1, 73 | reason, ~therefore, every work of distinction and adornment 303 1, 73 | devoted to ~cessation from work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 304 1, 73 | OBJ 4: Further, the entire work ascribed to one day God 305 1, 73 | instant, for with each work are the words (God) "said . . . . 306 1, 73 | He had kept back His next work to another day, it ~would 307 1, 73 | therefore, of the preceding work is one with the day of the 308 1, 73 | one with the day of the work that ~follows.~Aquin.: SMT 309 1, 73 | knowledge of the second ~work, and similarly with the 310 1, 73 | the rest. Thus, then, each work is said to have ~been wrought 311 1, 73 | produced ~actually in the work of the six days; Augustine, 312 1, 73 | is, potentially. And this work ~Augustine ascribes to the 313 1, 73 | increase, and to this latter work it belongs ~that the first 314 1, 73 | requiring time in which to work, ~but that due order might 315 1, 73 | world, as each succeeding work added to the world ~a fresh 316 1, 73 | suitable words to express the work of the six days?~Aquin.: 317 1, 73 | have been said of ~each work, "God saw that it was good." 318 1, 73 | of these ~words in the work of creation and in that 319 1, 73 | adornment belong to the work by which the world receives ~ 320 1, 73 | as the giving form to a work of art is by means of the 321 1, 73 | it was good," used in the work of ~distinction and adornment, 322 1, 73 | of them he may form his work. And the words, "God saw 323 1, 73 | made it. Thus ~in either work, of creation and of formation, 324 1, 73 | good," are ~not said of the work of the second day, this 325 1, 73 | day, this is because the work of ~distinguishing the waters 326 1, 73 | approval of the second days' work, because this is concerned 327 1, 73 | according to whom the ~work of the second day is not 328 1, 73 | made them. Hence, in each work, after the words, "It was ~ 329 1, 77 | qualities are required for ~the work of the senses, yet they 330 1, 80 | universal principles is not the work of the intellect, as such, 331 1, 82 | the second part of this work (FS, Q[85], seqq.; Q[109]).~ 332 1, 83 | the second part of this work, to which the consideration 333 1, 84 | falsehood: for "those err that work evil" (Prov. 14:22). Therefore ~ 334 1, 86 | lies the perfection of the work accomplished, as ~building 335 1, 88 | Philosopher in the above work mentions two ways in which ~ 336 1, 89 | before the body. For ~the work of creation preceded the 337 1, 89 | of creation preceded the work of distinction and adornment, 338 1, 89 | was made at the end of the work of adornment. ~Therefore 339 1, 89 | body of man, during the ~work of the six days, was produced, 340 1, 89 | soul ~itself, during the work of the six days, when all 341 1, 89 | opinion of Augustine about the work of the ~six days (Q[74], 342 1, 89 | human soul preceded in the ~work of the six days by a certain 343 1, 89 | man were produced in the work of the six days.~Aquin.: 344 1, 90 | body ~was made during the work of the six days, according 345 1, 90 | assist by co-operation in the work of natural ~generation, 346 1, 90 | pre-existed in the previous work in their causal virtues.~ 347 1, 90 | intends to give to ~his work the best disposition; not 348 1, 90 | written (Ps. 101:26), "The work of Thy ~hands is the heaven," 349 1, 91 | but as a helper in the work of generation. This can 350 1, 91 | intention ~as directed to the work of generation. Now the general 351 1, 91 | a helpmate to man in the work of ~generation. But close 352 1, 91 | Augustine says, in the same work: "God alone, to Whom ~all 353 1, 93 | regards his body, for the work of generation, so also ~ 354 1, 94 | et Nov. Test., qu. 123) [*Work ~of an anonymous author, 355 1, 94 | the absolute degree of the work done; because, as man would 356 1, 94 | proportionate degree of the work done, as above ~explained. 357 1, 96 | et Nov. Test. ~qu. 19 [*Work of an anonymous author, 358 1, 96 | et Nov. Test. qu. 19 [*Work of an ~anonymous author, 359 1, 96 | et Nov. Test. qu. 19 ~[*Work of an anonymous author, 360 1, 101 | paradise is recorded after the work of the six days. Therefore 361 1, 101 | virtues; whereas, after the work of the six days, the plants, 362 1, 101 | being planted after the work of the six days is to be ~ 363 1, 101 | paradise that He might Himself work in man and keep him, by ~ 364 1, 101 | sanctifying him (for if this work cease, man at once relapses 365 1, 102 | governed, which move or work for an end. ~But natural 366 1, 102 | the world do not ~move, or work for an end; for they have 367 1, 102 | an ~operation; some are a work" - i.e. produced by an operation. 368 1, 103 | would collapse." In the same work (Gen. ad ~lit. viii, 12) 369 1, 104 | would seem that God does not work in every agent. For we must ~ 370 1, 104 | for the created agent to work at all.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 371 1, 104 | OBJ 2: Further, the same work cannot proceed at the same 372 1, 104 | Some have understood God to work in every agent in such a ~ 373 1, 104 | 3/3~Thus then does God work in every worker, according 374 1, 106 | have to perform ~any new work, concerning which they desire 375 1, 107 | the carrying out of the work; for it is clear ~that these 376 1, 107 | denote the execution of the work, the "Principalities," ~" 377 1, 107 | Principalities" of Dionysius. For to work miracles holds the ~first 378 1, 107 | angels, as ~to guard, to work miracles, to coerce the 379 1, 109 | the good or bad angels can work miracles?~Aquin.: SMT FP 380 1, 109 | 1/1~Whether angels can work miracles?~Aquin.: SMT FP 381 1, 109 | seem that the angels can work miracles. For Gregory says ~( 382 1, 109 | qu. 79) that "magicians work ~miracles by private contracts; 383 1, 109 | justice." But magicians work miracles ~because they are " 384 1, 109 | says elsewhere in the same ~work [*Cf. Liber xxi, Sentent., 385 1, 109 | Therefore the demons can work miracles. Therefore much ~ 386 1, 109 | Augustine says in the same work [*Cf. Liber xxi, ~Sentent., 387 1, 109 | the angels and demons ~can work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP 388 1, 109 | Therefore ~an angel can work outside the order of corporeal 389 1, 109 | corporeal agents; which is to work ~miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP 390 1, 109 | miracle. Hence God alone can work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP 391 1, 109 | Some angels are said to work miracles; either because 392 1, 109 | as holy men are said to ~work miracles; or because they 393 1, 109 | In this way the magicians work miracles through the demons; 394 1, 109 | Christians, so far as they work miracles by Divine ~justice, 395 1, 109 | Divine ~justice, are said to work miracles by "public justice": 396 1, 110 | also revealed them by His ~work," that is, by His creature. 397 1, 110 | putting in" because such a work is accomplished within. 398 1, 110 | by his natural power, can work a change in the senses both ~ 399 1, 110 | special way an angel can work ~a change in the senses 400 1, 111 | angel has to perform any work concerning a ~corporeal 401 1, 111 | Whose authority the angels ~work; and is reduced to God as 402 1, 111 | good and bad ~angels can work some effect in these bodies 403 1, 112 | demons, the "Virtues" to work ~miracles in things corporeal; 404 1, 112 | xxxiv in Evang.); and to work miracles, which ~belongs 405 1, 112 | are also deputed to the ~work of guardianship, and not 406 1, 112 | coerce the ~demons, and work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP 407 1, 113 | demons?~(4) Whether they can work real miracles for the purpose 408 1, 113 | Therefore the ~demons cannot work real miracles. ~Aquin.: 409 1, 113 | sense, the demons cannot work ~miracles, nor can any creature, 410 1, 113 | experience. And thus demons can work miracles, that is, ~things 411 1, 113 | children - these were the work of ~Satan, not phantoms"; 412 1, 113 | to do; or because, if he work real prodigies, they will 413 1, 113 | in this way a ~demon can work on man's imagination and 414 1, 114 | first agent requires in its work ~a subject susceptible of 415 1, 116 | First, that art in its work imitates ~nature for just 416 1, 116 | Dialog. ii, 30): "Saints work ~miracles sometimes by prayer, 417 1, 116 | The saints are said to work miracles by the power of 418 1, 116 | there ~that they should work miracles by that power?"~ 419 1, 116 | soul does not suffice to work a change in exterior bodies, ~ 420 1, 117 | Without a medium - in the work of nutrition, in which ~ 421 1, 117 | the offspring begins to work towards the perfection of 422 1, 117 | rested Him from ~all His work which He had done." This 423 1, 117 | that "God ended" all "His work."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] 424 1, 117 | that God should begin His ~work with things imperfect and 425 1, 117 | seventh day, not from all ~work, since we read (Jn. 5:17): " 426 1, 118 | 8) that "generation is a work of nature, producing, from 427 2, 1 | an end. ~But this is the work of reason. Therefore it 428 2, 1 | away, no one will begin to ~work. Now the principle in the 429 2, 1 | end, none would begin to work at anything, and counsel 430 2, 2 | for which the virtuous work: but they receive honor ~ 431 2, 2 | for which the ~virtuous work: whereas if they worked 432 2, 2 | their means ~he may do his work. Wherefore all goods of 433 2, 4 | the Third Part of this ~work (SS, Q[82], seqq.).~Aquin.: 434 2, 4 | helped ~by them in his good work. For in order that man may 435 2, 5 | does not prove that any work of man need precede his ~ 436 2, 5 | movement of a meritorious work, as was explained in ~the 437 2, 6 | especially knows the end of his work, and moves ~himself, in 438 2, 6 | 14: 22: ~"They err, that work evil." If, therefore, ignorance 439 2, 8 | 3: In the execution of a work, the means are as the middle ~ 440 2, 9 | deceive man, it must be the work of the ~lying spirits."~ 441 2, 13 | matter of choice. Thus in the work of ~a physician health is 442 2, 14 | far as it ~concerns the work to be done. Thus that Socrates 443 2, 15 | Consent to delight in the work done belongs to the higher ~ 444 2, 15 | also does consent to the work; but consent to delight 445 2, 16 | to the execution of the work, ~precedes execution, but 446 2, 21 | bad: because ~the artist's work is such, that he can produce 447 2, 21 | intend to produce a ~bad work, and does so in effect, 448 2, 22 | were by the law, did the work in our members." ~Now sins 449 2, 24 | more praiseworthy to do ~a work of charity from the judgment 450 2, 24 | by a ~passion in order to work more promptly with the co-operation 451 2, 26 | ii, 1) that union is the work ~of love.~Aquin.: SMT FS 452 2, 28 | envy ~[zelaveris] them that work iniquity."~Aquin.: SMT FS 453 2, 29 | hate, to whom we wish and work evil. But ~sometimes a man 454 2, 32 | consist in cessation from work: and ~they are objects of 455 2, 32 | pleasure: because animals ever ~work through sense and movement. 456 2, 33 | accidentally, in so far as the work of contemplation is accompanied 457 2, 35 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, any work, so far as it is unhindered, 458 2, 35 | vii, 12,13; x, 4. But the work of ~contemplation can be 459 2, 37 | carefulness conduces to good ~work: wherefore the Apostle says ( 460 2, 37 | sorrow is not a hindrance to work, but helps one to work well.~ 461 2, 37 | to work, but helps one to work well.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] 462 2, 38 | contrary to it: for "remedies work by contraries" (Ethic. ii, 463 2, 41 | when a man shrinks from work for fear of too much toil. 464 2, 41 | from the toil of external work, so amazement and stupor 465 2, 41 | laziness does to external work.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[41] A[ 466 2, 44 | With fear and trembling ~work out your salvation": and 467 2, 44 | were a ~hindrance to a good work. Therefore fear does not 468 2, 44 | makes a man take counsel and work with greater attention. ~ 469 2, 44 | since laziness is a fear of work itself as being toilsome, 470 2, 44 | being toilsome, it hinders ~work by withdrawing the will 471 2, 55 | is that which makes its work good."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 472 2, 55 | possessor good, and his ~work good likewise."~Aquin.: 473 2, 56 | possessor good, and his work good likewise." But as work ~ 474 2, 56 | work good likewise." But as work ~is set up by power, so 475 2, 56 | the worker consists in the work, this ~fact also, that virtue 476 2, 56 | good, is referred to the work, ~and consequently, to the 477 2, 56 | to know, to will, and to work ~steadfastly." But "to know" 478 2, 56 | is a habit ~by which we work well. Now a habit may be 479 2, 56 | possessor good, and his work good likewise," these ~latter 480 2, 56 | simply: because they make the work to ~be actually good, and 481 2, 56 | because they do not make the work ~good except in regard to 482 2, 57 | confer aptness ~for a good work, viz. the consideration 483 2, 57 | since this is the good ~work of the intellect): yet they 484 2, 57 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Work is of two kinds, exterior 485 2, 57 | concerned with exterior work, to which the speculative 486 2, 57 | truth: for this is its good work. Now a truth is subject ~ 487 2, 57 | art: for a craftsman can work badly ~according to the 488 2, 57 | on the ~goodness of the work done. For a craftsman, as 489 2, 57 | will with which he does a work, but for the quality of 490 2, 57 | but for the quality of the work. ~Art, therefore, properly 491 2, 57 | speculative habit makes a good work ~as regards the use of the 492 2, 57 | as regards the aptness to work well.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] 493 2, 57 | workmanship, ~this is not the work of that art, in fact it 494 2, 57 | rectifies his will, to do his work faithfully.~Aquin.: SMT 495 2, 57 | is something by way of ~work: e.g. the making of a syllogism 496 2, 57 | a fitting speech, or the work ~of counting or measuring. 497 2, 57 | ordained to any such like work, are called ~sciences simply, 498 2, 57 | conferring aptness ~for a good work: while some habits are virtues, 499 2, 57 | conferring aptness for a good work, but also through conferring 500 2, 57 | the mere aptness for good work; since it does not regard ~


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