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1 1, 2 | but there is evil in the ~world. Therefore God does not 2 1, 2 | everything we see in the world can be accounted for by 3 1, 2 | our senses, that in the world some things are in ~motion. 4 1, 2 | efficient cause. In the world ~of sense we find there 5 1, 2 | from the governance of the world. We see that things which 6 1, 8 | was only one animal in the world, its soul would be everywhere; 7 1, 11 | shown from the unity of the world. For all things that ~exist 8 1, 11 | the separate parts of the world. Hence the Apostle adds: ~" 9 1, 12 | none of the princes of this world knew" (1 Cor. 2:10), ~namely, 10 1, 14 | we ~do not say that the world is eternal, nor that generation 11 1, 15 | in his mind. As then the world was not ~made by chance, 12 1, 15 | the likeness ~of which the world was made. And in this the 13 1, 18 | mentioned. For in this lower world there are four kinds ~of 14 1, 18 | OBJ 3: Life in this lower world is bestowed on a corruptible ~ 15 1, 21 | persons are afflicted in this world; which is ~unjust. Therefore 16 1, 21 | punishment of the just in ~this world, since by afflictions lesser 17 1, 21 | that press on us in this world ~force us to go to God."~ 18 1, 22 | Epicureans, maintaining that the world ~was made by chance. Others 19 1, 22 | whom hath He set over the world which He made?" On ~which 20 1, 22 | Himself He ruleth the ~world which He Himself hath made."~ 21 1, 22 | and thus over the whole world as regards genus, species, 22 1, 23 | received not the spirit of this world, but the Spirit ~that is 23 1, 23 | before the ~foundation of the world."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 24 1, 23 | assigned to them in this world when united ~with the body. 25 1, 24 | evident, either in ~this world or in the next, that they 26 1, 25 | example, to create another world, and the ~like. Therefore 27 1, 25 | foolish the wisdom of this ~world" (1 Cor. 1:20), a gloss 28 1, 25 | made the wisdom of this ~world foolish [*Vulg.: 'Hath not 29 1, 25 | causes, as the wisdom of this world judges them; but in reference 30 1, 25 | it that the wisdom of the world is deemed foolish, because 31 1, 32 | not ~the wisdom of this world, nor of the princes of this 32 1, 32 | nor of the princes of this world; but we speak ~the wisdom 33 1, 32 | none of the princes of the world" - i.e. the ~philosophers - " 34 1, 32 | to the production of the world. For one ~God produced one 35 1, 32 | For one ~God produced one world by reason of His love for 36 1, 38 | words, "God so loved the ~world, as to give His only begotten 37 1, 39 | first: just as in this lower world we attribute life to ~the 38 1, 41 | beginning, and before the ~world was I created." Therefore 39 1, 41 | beginning and before the world was I made" - that is, I 40 1, 43 | by the Father into the world, inasmuch as He began to 41 1, 43 | to exist visibly in ~the world by taking our nature; whereas " 42 1, 43 | was" previously "in the ~world" (Jn. 1:1).~Aquin.: SMT 43 1, 43 | Son as visibly sent to the world is said to be ~less than 44 1, 45 | and the ~substance of the world and its soul; and that the 45 1, 45 | that the substance of the world ~creates the matter of inferior 46 1, 46 | of creatures, called the world, ~had no beginning, but 47 1, 46 | exist. If therefore the world began to exist, it was ~ 48 1, 46 | form. If therefore the ~world began to exist, matter must 49 1, 46 | have existed before the world. But ~matter cannot exist 50 1, 46 | while the matter of the world with its ~form is the world. 51 1, 46 | world with its ~form is the world. Therefore the world existed 52 1, 46 | the world. Therefore the world existed before it began 53 1, 46 | incorruptible ~things in the world, as the celestial bodies 54 1, 46 | substances. Therefore the world did not begin to exist.~ 55 1, 46 | there might ~be. But if the world began to exist, there was 56 1, 46 | body where the ~body of the world now is; and yet it could 57 1, 46 | now. Therefore before the world there was a vacuum; which 58 1, 46 | Further, God is before the world either in the order of nature ~ 59 1, 46 | since God is eternal, the world also is eternal. But if 60 1, 46 | time existed before the world, which is impossible.~Aquin.: 61 1, 46 | sufficient cause ~of the world; being the final cause, 62 1, 46 | therefore God is eternal, the world is also eternal.~Aquin.: 63 1, 46 | is eternal. Therefore the world is ~eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 46 | glory which I had before the world was"; and (Prov. ~8:22), " 65 1, 46 | for God to will that the world should always ~exist; but 66 1, 46 | should always ~exist; but the world exists forasmuch as God 67 1, 46 | since the being of the world depends on the will of God, 68 1, 46 | therefore necessary for the world to be always; and hence 69 1, 46 | ancients who asserted that the world began to exist in some quite ~ 70 1, 46 | reason, as, "whether the world is ~eternal."~Aquin.: SMT 71 1, 46 | Reply OBJ 1: Before the world existed it was possible 72 1, 46 | it was possible for the world to ~be, not, indeed, according 73 1, 46 | place or space before the world was.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 74 1, 46 | demonstrate His power. For the world leads more evidently to 75 1, 46 | OBJ 8: God is prior to the world by priority of duration. 76 1, 46 | sufficient cause of the ~world, we should not say that 77 1, 46 | should not say that the world was produced by Him, except 78 1, 46 | article of faith that the world began?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 79 1, 46 | demonstrable conclusion that the world began. For everything that 80 1, 46 | the effective cause of the world; indeed this is asserted 81 1, 46 | demonstratively ~proved that the world began.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 82 1, 46 | necessary to say that the world was made by ~God, it must 83 1, 46 | otherwise the matter of the world would ~have preceded the 84 1, 46 | would ~have preceded the world; against which are the arguments 85 1, 46 | it must be said ~that the world was made from nothing; and 86 1, 46 | work has a principle. The world, therefore, ~which is His 87 1, 46 | would not be the case if the world had been always. Therefore 88 1, 46 | it is ~manifest that the world did not always exist.~Aquin.: 89 1, 46 | equal to God. But if ~the world had always been, it would 90 1, 46 | Therefore it is certain that the world did not always exist.~Aquin.: 91 1, 46 | 1~OBJ 6: Further, if the world always was, the consequence 92 1, 46 | 1~OBJ 7: Further, if the world was eternal, generation 93 1, 46 | 1~OBJ 8: Further, if the world and generation always were, 94 1, 46 | with certainty that the world ~began, and not only is 95 1, 46 | God is ~the Creator of the world: hence that the world began, 96 1, 46 | the world: hence that the world began, is an article of ~ 97 1, 46 | words the newness of ~the world is stated. Therefore the 98 1, 46 | Therefore the newness of the world is known only by ~revelation; 99 1, 46 | it ~be proved, that the world did not always exist, as 100 1, 46 | that the ~newness of the world cannot be demonstrated on 101 1, 46 | demonstrated on the part of the world ~itself. For the principle 102 1, 46 | faith rests. Hence that the world began to exist is an object 103 1, 46 | asserted the eternity of the world was twofold. For some ~said 104 1, 46 | that the substance of the world was not from God, which 105 1, 46 | however, said that the world was eternal, although made 106 1, 46 | For ~they hold that the world has a beginning, not of 107 1, 46 | trod on it, so also ~the world always was, because its 108 1, 46 | the active cause of the world, that He should be prior 109 1, 46 | should be prior to the ~world in duration; because creation, 110 1, 46 | by which He produced the world, is ~not a successive change, 111 1, 46 | Those who would say that the world was eternal, would say ~ 112 1, 46 | eternal, would say ~that the world was made by God from nothing, 113 1, 46 | hold the eternity of the world hold that some ~region was 114 1, 46 | the ~newness of the whole world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 115 1, 46 | Even supposing that the world always was, it would not 116 1, 46 | succession; but with the ~world it is otherwise.~Aquin.: 117 1, 46 | hold the eternity of the world evade this reason ~in many 118 1, 46 | Hence one might say that the world was eternal, or least ~some 119 1, 46 | For some said that the world always was, and that time 120 1, 47 | inequality.~(3) The unity of the world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 121 1, 47 | this one sun for the one world, not to be an ornament to 122 1, 47 | be a hundred suns in the world?"~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 123 1, 47 | Whether there is only one world?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 124 1, 47 | that there is not only one world, but many. ~Because, as 125 1, 47 | to the ~creation of one world; but rather it is infinite, 126 1, 47 | comes from matter. But the world has a form in matter. Thus 127 1, 47 | matter; so when we say "world," the form is signified, 128 1, 47 | and when ~we say "this world," the form in the matter 129 1, 47 | is said (Jn. 1:10): "The world was made by Him," ~where 130 1, 47 | made by Him," ~where the world is named as one, as if only 131 1, 47 | shows the unity ~of the world. For this world is called 132 1, 47 | of the world. For this world is called one by the unity 133 1, 47 | things should ~belong to one world. Therefore those only can 134 1, 47 | Democritus, who said that this world, besides an infinite ~number 135 1, 47 | This reason proves that the world is one because all things ~ 136 1, 47 | proves the unity of the world, as the thing designed.~ 137 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The world is composed of the whole 138 1, 47 | bodies which are part of the world.~ 139 1, 50 | that nothing existed in the world but what could be apprehended ~ 140 1, 51 | God was the soul of the ~world, as Augustine tells us ( 141 1, 51 | spirit ~which moves the world is there any fixed locality 142 1, 51 | restricted part of the world's substance, which now is 143 1, 57 | what ~is going on in this world; since acts belong to individuals: 144 1, 60 | OBJ 2: All things in the world are moved to act by something 145 1, 61 | created before the corporeal world?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 146 1, 61 | created before the corporeal ~world. For Jerome says (In Ep. 147 1, 61 | to that of the corporeal world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 148 1, 64 | when Christ was in the world. ~For, as Augustine observes ( 149 1, 65 | 4:4), "The god of this world ~hath blinded the minds 150 1, 65 | is called the god of this world, not as having ~created 151 1, 65 | exists, of the ~corporeal world would arise from mere chance. 152 1, 65 | suns would exist in the world; and so of ~other things. 153 1, 65 | we understand that the world was framed by the Word of 154 1, 66 | so far are we not of this world"; from which it is clear ~ 155 1, 66 | above the things of this world. ~Corporeal place, therefore, 156 1, 66 | in the light beyond ~this world, where the just shall obtain 157 1, 66 | glorified, but in the whole world which is to be made new. 158 1, 66 | with the beginning of the world, in the blessedness ~of 159 1, 66 | the present state ~of the world, for by the movement of 160 1, 67 | it was fitting ~that the world should first receive its 161 1, 70 | the senses in this lower world. Moreover, ~as far as the 162 1, 71 | first beginning of the ~world the active principle was 163 1, 72 | the first ~founding of the world. Therefore such animals 164 1, 72 | with many things in this world, through ~not seeing the 165 1, 72 | used the things of this world conformably to the order 166 1, 73 | things that are done in this ~world belong to the Divine works. 167 1, 73 | the consummation of the world will ~be at the end of the 168 1, 73 | will ~be at the end of the world (Mt. 13:39,40). Moreover, 169 1, 73 | the consummation of the world; and the first ~perfection 170 1, 73 | will be ~at the end of the world. But this consummation existed 171 1, 73 | the first founding of the world, as to grace, in ~the Incarnation 172 1, 73 | and at the end of the ~world will be the consummation 173 1, 74 | first instituting of the ~world. But as on the seventh day 174 1, 74 | that the parts of the ~world had first to be distinguished, 175 1, 74 | Moses among the parts of the world, but ~reckoned with the 176 1, 74 | the various parts of the world, and therefore the days 177 1, 74 | adorn ~the same parts of the world, or different parts.~Aquin.: 178 1, 74 | other writers, that the world entered on the seventh day 179 1, 74 | first instituting of the ~world animals and plants did not 180 1, 74 | first ~instituting of the world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 181 1, 74 | in the instituting of the world. ~Hence it was fitting that 182 1, 74 | different states of the world, as each succeeding work 183 1, 74 | succeeding work added to the world ~a fresh state of perfection.~ 184 1, 74 | Therefore the creation of the world is not sufficiently ~described.~ 185 1, 74 | the first creation of the world, and in its ~distinction 186 1, 74 | to the work by which the world receives ~its form. But 187 1, 74 | principal divisions of the world. The above three reasons 188 1, 38 | words, "God so loved the ~world, as to give His only begotten 189 1, 39 | first: just as in this lower world we attribute life to ~the 190 1, 41 | beginning, and before the ~world was I created." Therefore 191 1, 41 | beginning and before the world was I made" - that is, I 192 1, 43 | by the Father into the world, inasmuch as He began to 193 1, 43 | to exist visibly in ~the world by taking our nature; whereas " 194 1, 43 | was" previously "in the ~world" (Jn. 1:1).~Aquin.: SMT 195 1, 43 | Son as visibly sent to the world is said to be ~less than 196 1, 46 | and the ~substance of the world and its soul; and that the 197 1, 46 | that the substance of the world ~creates the matter of inferior 198 1, 47 | of creatures, called the world, ~had no beginning, but 199 1, 47 | exist. If therefore the world began to exist, it was ~ 200 1, 47 | form. If therefore the ~world began to exist, matter must 201 1, 47 | have existed before the world. But ~matter cannot exist 202 1, 47 | while the matter of the world with its ~form is the world. 203 1, 47 | world with its ~form is the world. Therefore the world existed 204 1, 47 | the world. Therefore the world existed before it began 205 1, 47 | incorruptible ~things in the world, as the celestial bodies 206 1, 47 | substances. Therefore the world did not begin to exist.~ 207 1, 47 | there might ~be. But if the world began to exist, there was 208 1, 47 | body where the ~body of the world now is; and yet it could 209 1, 47 | now. Therefore before the world there was a vacuum; which 210 1, 47 | Further, God is before the world either in the order of nature ~ 211 1, 47 | since God is eternal, the world also is eternal. But if 212 1, 47 | time existed before the world, which is impossible.~Aquin.: 213 1, 47 | sufficient cause ~of the world; being the final cause, 214 1, 47 | therefore God is eternal, the world is also eternal.~Aquin.: 215 1, 47 | is eternal. Therefore the world is ~eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 216 1, 47 | glory which I had before the world was"; and (Prov. ~8:22), " 217 1, 47 | for God to will that the world should always ~exist; but 218 1, 47 | should always ~exist; but the world exists forasmuch as God 219 1, 47 | since the ~being of the world depends on the will of God, 220 1, 47 | therefore necessary for the world to be always; and hence 221 1, 47 | ancients who asserted that the world began to exist in some quite ~ 222 1, 47 | reason, as, "whether the world is ~eternal."~Aquin.: SMT 223 1, 47 | Reply OBJ 1: Before the world existed it was possible 224 1, 47 | it was possible for the world to ~be, not, indeed, according 225 1, 47 | place or space before the world was.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 226 1, 47 | demonstrate His power. For the world leads more evidently to 227 1, 47 | OBJ 8: God is prior to the world by priority of duration. 228 1, 47 | sufficient cause of the ~world, we should not say that 229 1, 47 | should not say that the world was produced by Him, except 230 1, 47 | article of faith that the world began?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 231 1, 47 | demonstrable conclusion that the world began. For everything that 232 1, 47 | the effective cause of the world; indeed this is asserted 233 1, 47 | demonstratively ~proved that the world began.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 234 1, 47 | necessary to say that the world was made by ~God, it must 235 1, 47 | otherwise the matter of the world would ~have preceded the 236 1, 47 | would ~have preceded the world; against which are the arguments 237 1, 47 | it must be said ~that the world was made from nothing; and 238 1, 47 | work has a principle. The world, therefore, ~which is His 239 1, 47 | would not be the case if the world had been always. Therefore 240 1, 47 | it is ~manifest that the world did not always exist. ~Aquin.: 241 1, 47 | equal to God. But if ~the world had always been, it would 242 1, 47 | Therefore it is certain that the world did not always exist.~Aquin.: 243 1, 47 | 1~OBJ 6: Further, if the world always was, the consequence 244 1, 47 | 1~OBJ 7: Further, if the world was eternal, generation 245 1, 47 | 1~OBJ 8: Further, if the world and generation always were, 246 1, 47 | with certainty that the world ~began, and not only is 247 1, 47 | God is ~the Creator of the world: hence that the world began, 248 1, 47 | the world: hence that the world began, is an article of ~ 249 1, 47 | words the newness of the world is stated. Therefore the 250 1, 47 | Therefore the newness of the world is known only by ~revelation; 251 1, 47 | it ~be proved, that the world did not always exist, as 252 1, 47 | that the ~newness of the world cannot be demonstrated on 253 1, 47 | demonstrated on the part of the world ~itself. For the principle 254 1, 47 | faith rests. Hence that the world began to exist is an object 255 1, 47 | asserted the eternity of the world was twofold. For some ~said 256 1, 47 | that the substance of the world was not from God, which 257 1, 47 | however, said that the world was eternal, although made 258 1, 47 | For ~they hold that the world has a beginning, not of 259 1, 47 | trod on it, so also ~the world always was, because its 260 1, 47 | the active cause of the world, that He should be prior 261 1, 47 | should be prior to the ~world in duration; because creation, 262 1, 47 | by which He produced the world, is ~not a successive change, 263 1, 47 | Those who would say that the world was eternal, would say ~ 264 1, 47 | eternal, would say ~that the world was made by God from nothing, 265 1, 47 | hold the eternity of the world hold that some ~region was 266 1, 47 | the ~newness of the whole world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 267 1, 47 | Even supposing that the world always was, it would not 268 1, 47 | succession; but with the ~world it is otherwise.~Aquin.: 269 1, 47 | hold the eternity of the world evade this reason ~in many 270 1, 47 | Hence one might say that the world was eternal, or least ~some 271 1, 47 | For some said that the world always was, and that time 272 1, 48 | inequality.~(3) The unity of the world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 273 1, 48 | this one sun for the one world, not to be an ornament to 274 1, 48 | be a hundred suns in the world?"~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 275 1, 48 | Whether there is only one world?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 276 1, 48 | that there is not only one world, but many. ~Because, as 277 1, 48 | to the ~creation of one world; but rather it is infinite, 278 1, 48 | comes from matter. But the world has a form in matter. Thus 279 1, 48 | matter; so when we say "world," the form is signified, 280 1, 48 | and when ~we say "this world," the form in the matter 281 1, 48 | is said (Jn. 1:10): "The world was made by Him," ~where 282 1, 48 | made by Him," ~where the world is named as one, as if only 283 1, 48 | shows the unity ~of the world. For this world is called 284 1, 48 | of the world. For this world is called one by the unity 285 1, 48 | things should ~belong to one world. Therefore those only can 286 1, 48 | Democritus, who said that this world, besides an infinite ~number 287 1, 48 | This reason proves that the world is one because all things ~ 288 1, 48 | proves the unity of the world, as the thing designed.~ 289 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The world is composed of the whole 290 1, 48 | bodies which are part of the world.~ 291 1, 51 | that nothing existed in the world but what could be apprehended ~ 292 1, 52 | God was the soul of the ~world, as Augustine tells us ( 293 1, 52 | spirit ~which moves the world is there any fixed locality 294 1, 52 | restricted part of the world's substance, which now is 295 1, 58 | what ~is going on in this world; since acts belong to individuals: 296 1, 61 | OBJ 2: All things in the world are moved to act by something 297 1, 62 | created before the corporeal world?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 298 1, 62 | created before the corporeal ~world. For Jerome says (In Ep. 299 1, 62 | to that of the corporeal world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 300 1, 65 | when Christ was in the world. ~For, as Augustine observes ( 301 1, 66 | 4:4), "The god of this world ~hath blinded the minds 302 1, 66 | is called the god of this world, not as having ~created 303 1, 66 | exists, of the ~corporeal world would arise from mere chance. 304 1, 66 | suns would exist in the world; and so of ~other things. 305 1, 66 | we understand that the world was framed by the Word of 306 1, 67 | so far are we not of this world"; from which it is clear ~ 307 1, 67 | above the things of this world. ~Corporeal place, therefore, 308 1, 67 | in the light beyond ~this world, where the just shall obtain 309 1, 67 | glorified, but in the whole world which is to be made new. 310 1, 67 | with the beginning of the world, in the blessedness ~of 311 1, 67 | the present state ~of the world, for by the movement of 312 1, 68 | it was fitting ~that the world should first receive its 313 1, 71 | the senses in this lower world. Moreover, ~as far as the 314 1, 71 | first beginning of the ~world the active principle was 315 1, 71 | the first ~founding of the world. Therefore such animals 316 1, 71 | with many things in this world, through ~not seeing the 317 1, 71 | used the things of this world conformably to the order 318 1, 72 | things that are done in this ~world belong to the Divine works. 319 1, 72 | the consummation of the world will ~be at the end of the 320 1, 72 | will ~be at the end of the world (Mt. 13:39,40). Moreover, 321 1, 72 | the consummation of the world; and the first ~perfection 322 1, 72 | will be ~at the end of the world. But this consummation existed 323 1, 72 | the first founding of the world, as to grace, in ~the Incarnation 324 1, 72 | and at the end of the ~world will be the consummation 325 1, 73 | first instituting of the ~world. But as on the seventh day 326 1, 73 | that the parts of the ~world had first to be distinguished, 327 1, 73 | Moses among the parts of the world, but ~reckoned with the 328 1, 73 | the various parts of the world, and therefore the days 329 1, 73 | adorn ~the same parts of the world, or different parts.~Aquin.: 330 1, 73 | other writers, that the world entered on the seventh day 331 1, 73 | first instituting of the ~world animals and plants did not 332 1, 73 | first ~instituting of the world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 333 1, 73 | in the instituting of the world. ~Hence it was fitting that 334 1, 73 | different states of the world, as each succeeding work 335 1, 73 | succeeding work added to the world ~a fresh state of perfection.~ 336 1, 73 | Therefore the creation of the world is not sufficiently ~described.~ 337 1, 73 | the first creation of the world, and in its ~distinction 338 1, 73 | to the work by which the world receives ~its form. But 339 1, 73 | principal divisions of the world. The above three reasons 340 1, 78 | every man coming into this world." Therefore the active intellect 341 1, 83 | there was nothing in the world save bodies. And because 342 1, 85 | nearer to the spiritual world, ~and freer from external 343 1, 87 | possible for ~anyone in this world to understand all material 344 1, 87 | man that cometh into this world" (Jn. 1:9). Therefore ~God 345 1, 88 | 2: Further, some in this world who are less good enjoy 346 1, 88 | whilst they are joined to the world ~of incorporeal spiritual 347 1, 89 | is a soul governing the world by movement ~and reason," 348 1, 89 | man is a part of the whole world; for they were ~unable to 349 1, 89 | virtue in the elements of the world, but that the soul was already ~ 350 1, 90 | man is called 'a little world,' because ~all creatures 351 1, 90 | because ~all creatures of the world are in a way to be found 352 1, 90 | the superior part of the ~world, and his inferior part is 353 1, 90 | turned towards the inferior world; and ~therefore he is perfectly 354 1, 90 | turned towards the lower world, since ~their roots correspond 355 1, 90 | part towards the ~upper world. But brute animals have 356 1, 91 | If God had deprived the world of all those things which ~ 357 1, 92 | says of God: "Holding the ~world in His mind, and forming 358 1, 92 | image." Therefore the whole ~world is to the image of God, 359 1, 92 | is in regard to the whole world. In these and the like ~ 360 1, 95 | Further, what came into the world as a penalty for sin would 361 1, 96 | sin death came into the ~world." Therefore man was immortal 362 1, 101 | explored the entire habitable world, ~yet none have made mention 363 1, 101 | off from the habitable ~world by mountains, or seas, or 364 1, 102 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the world is governed by someone?~( 365 1, 102 | government? ~(3) Whether the world is governed by one?~(4) 366 1, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the world is governed by anyone?~Aquin.: 367 1, 102 | It would seem that the world is not governed by anyone. 368 1, 102 | the greater part of the world do not ~move, or work for 369 1, 102 | their end. ~Therefore the world is not governed.~Aquin.: 370 1, 102 | towards an ~object. But the world does not appear to be so 371 1, 102 | the principal parts of the world are by a certain necessity ~ 372 1, 102 | movements. ~Therefore the world does not require to be governed.~ 373 1, 102 | denied the government of ~the world, saying that all things 374 1, 102 | shows clearly that the world is ~governed by some reason.~ 375 1, 102 | of the government of the world is something outside the ~ 376 1, 102 | is something outside the ~world?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 377 1, 102 | of the government of the world is not ~something existing 378 1, 102 | something existing outside the world. For the end of the government 379 1, 102 | Dei xix, 13). But the world is composed of a multitude 380 1, 102 | of the government of the world is the peaceful order in ~ 381 1, 102 | of the government of the world is ~not an extrinsic good. ~ 382 1, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the world is governed by one?~Aquin.: 383 1, 102 | It would seem that the world is not governed by one. 384 1, 102 | different ways. Therefore ~the world is not governed by one.~ 385 1, 102 | contraries. Therefore ~the world is not governed by one.~ 386 1, 102 | Eccles. 4:9). Therefore the ~world is not governed by one, 387 1, 102 | A[8]). Therefore ~the world is governed by one.~Aquin.: 388 1, 102 | of necessity say that the world is governed by ~one. For 389 1, 102 | of the government of the world is that which is ~essentially 390 1, 102 | good; the government of the world ~must be the best kind of 391 1, 102 | that the ~government of the world, being the best form of 392 1, 102 | of the government of ~the world and not many. For the effect 393 1, 102 | Therefore ~the government of the world has but one effect.~Aquin.: 394 1, 102 | proceeds but one. But the world ~is governed by one as we 395 1, 102 | of the government of the world is the essential good, to 396 1, 102 | of the government of the world may be taken in three ways. 397 1, 102 | of the ~government of the world may be considered on the 398 1, 102 | of the government of the world; and in this way they are ~ 399 1, 102 | that the corruptible ~lower world, or individual things, or 400 1, 102 | nothing wholly evil in the world, for evil is ever ~founded 401 1, 102 | providence, "nothing in the world happens by chance," as Augustine ~ 402 1, 104 | For the creation of the world, ~and of souls, and the 403 1, 105 | concerning the course of the ~world, and especially the salvation 404 1, 108 | against the rulers of the world of ~this darkness."~Aquin.: 405 1, 108 | the gloss says: "While the world lasts, ~angels will preside 406 1, 109 | that "in this visible world nothing takes place without 407 1, 109 | Every visible thing in this world has an angelic power placed ~ 408 1, 109 | Num. 22:23), that "the ~world has need of angels who preside 409 1, 109 | happens in ~this visible world, by employing corporeal 410 1, 111 | eternal, are ~not in this world." In another sense an action 411 1, 112 | nothing happens in the world contrary to the will of 412 1, 112 | while nothing happens in the world save what is effected ~or 413 1, 112 | nothing occurs ~in the world against the will of the 414 1, 113 | assaults of the flesh and the world are enough for ~man's exercise. 415 1, 113 | against ~the rulers of the world of this darkness, against 416 1, 113 | assault of the flesh and the world would suffice for ~the exercise 417 1, 113 | tempted by the flesh and the world. Again, man is said to tempt ~ 418 1, 113 | Para. 3/4~The flesh and the world are said to tempt as the 419 1, 113 | exist in the elements of the world, in order to ~produce these 420 1, 114 | corporeal things of this world."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] 421 1, 114 | are in the elements of the world, where they were produced ~ 422 1, 114 | unborn offspring, so is the world itself pregnant ~with the 423 1, 115 | neither luck nor chance in the world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 424 1, 115 | 5~I answer that, In this world some things seem to happen 425 1, 115 | wherefore ~its effects in this world are natural. It is therefore 426 1, 115 | happens at random in the world," as ~Augustine says (QQ. 427 1, 115 | no ~contingencies in the world, but all things would happen 428 1, 115 | things that are born into the world and ~perish are renewed 429 1, 117 | power in the elements of the world is to animals ~produced 430 1, 117 | at the beginning of the world?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 431 1, 117 | at the ~beginning of the world. For it is written (Gn. 432 1, 117 | from the beginning of the world, the soul should, after 433 2, 2 | they have undergone in the world. But this is glory: for 434 2, 13 | earth in the middle of the world. Now, if that which is equally ~( 435 2, 17 | man is called a "little world" [*Aristotle, Phys. viii. ~ 436 2, 17 | the body, as God is in the world. But God is ~in the world 437 2, 17 | world. But God is ~in the world in such a way, that everything 438 2, 17 | that everything in the world obeys His ~command. Therefore 439 2, 17 | to wit, ~as God moves the world, so the soul moves the body. 440 2, 17 | nothing, as ~God created the world; for which reason the world 441 2, 17 | world; for which reason the world is wholly subject to ~His 442 2, 37 | the inhabitants of the world shall learn justice": and 443 2, 61 | nothing all things of the world, and directs all the thoughts ~ 444 2, 61 | living ~together in this world, are about the passions. 445 2, 66 | the greatest thing ~in the world." Wherefore we must say, 446 2, 69 | lusts and pleasures of the world.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 447 2, 69 | lusts and pleasures of the ~world. Hence Our Lord promises 448 2, 70 | material ~to the spiritual world. Now fruit, among material 449 2, 72 | that "all that is in the world, is the concupiscence of 450 2, 72 | thing is said to be in the world on account of ~sin, in as 451 2, 72 | sin, in as much as the world denotes lovers of the world, 452 2, 72 | world denotes lovers of the world, as Augustine ~observes ( 453 2, 77 | 16): "All that is in the world ~is concupiscence of the 454 2, 77 | thing is said to be "in the world" by reason of sin: wherefore 455 2, 77 | 1 Jn. 5:19): "The whole world is seated in wickedness." ~ 456 2, 79 | Cor. 4:4: "The god of this world hath blinded the minds of ~ 457 2, 79 | man that cometh into this world," even as the sun is ~the 458 2, 81 | man sin entered ~into this world, and by sin death." Nor 459 2, 81 | devil, death came into this world." It follows therefore ~ 460 2, 81 | man sin entered into the world.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 461 2, 81 | man sin entered ~into this world." Now if the woman would 462 2, 82 | taketh away the sin of the world": and the reason for the ~ 463 2, 82 | is that the "sin of the world" is original ~sin, as a 464 2, 85 | man sin entered ~into this world, and by sin death."~Aquin.: 465 2, 88 | the ~venial sins in the world cannot incur a debt of punishment 466 2, 91 | evident, granted that the ~world is ruled by Divine Providence, 467 2, 98 | which people living in the world are not bound. In like ~ 468 2, 98 | that of folk living in the world. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 469 2, 101 | brought many boons to the ~world, and afforded men many considerations, 470 2, 102 | 3:16): "God so loved the world, as to give His only-begotten ~ 471 2, 102 | which He suffered in the world; and consumed ~by fire on 472 2, 102 | 17:24): "God Who made the world and all things therein; 473 2, 102 | the different parts of the world are thus betokened by the ~ 474 2, 102 | Holies signified the higher world, which is that of spiritual 475 2, 102 | signified the corporeal ~world. Hence the Holy Place was 476 2, 102 | entering into ~that (higher) world: whereas into the outward 477 2, 102 | Holies, signified the higher world ~of spiritual substances, 478 2, 102 | three things in that higher world: namely, God ~Who is above 479 2, 102 | comprehensible. Again in that higher world ~there are spiritual substances 480 2, 102 | it were in that spiritual world, the ~intelligible types 481 2, 102 | whatsoever takes place in this world, just as in ~every cause 482 2, 102 | which denotes this present world, also contained ~three things, 483 2, 102 | the right-hand side of the world, while the north is the 484 2, 102 | planets, wherewith the whole world is ~illuminated. Hence the 485 2, 102 | I am the Light of the world"; while the seven lamps 486 2, 102 | the things ~of this lower world owe their variety chiefly 487 2, 102 | their pilgrimage in this world, wherein they walk by advancing 488 2, 102 | i.e. until the end of the world, when the ~remnants of Israel 489 2, 102 | minister of the Creator of the ~world, wherefore it is written ( 490 2, 102 | of Aaron "was ~the whole world" described. For the linen 491 2, 103 | sins [Vulg.: 'sin'] of the world" (Jn. 1:29). And since ~ 492 2, 105 | government, whereby God rules the world from the beginning. ~Therefore 493 2, 105 | belief in the newness of the world, as stated above (Q[100], ~ 494 2, 106 | at the beginning of the ~world?~(4) Of its end: i.e. whether 495 2, 106 | touching the contempt of the world, ~whereby man is rendered 496 2, 106 | the Holy Ghost: for ~"the world," i.e. worldly men, "cannot 497 2, 106 | from the beginning of the ~world?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] A[ 498 2, 106 | from the ~beginning of the world. "For there is no respect 499 2, 106 | from the ~beginning of the world, in order that it might 500 2, 106 | from the beginning of ~the world.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] A[


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