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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | doctrine we treat of angels, corporeal creatures and human morality. 2 1, 1 | truths by likening ~them to corporeal things does not befit this 3 1, 1 | means of figures taken from corporeal things, in order that thereby 4 1, 3 | 3: Further, whatever has corporeal parts is a body. Now Scripture ~ 5 1, 3 | Now Scripture ~attributes corporeal parts to God. "Hast thou 6 1, 3 | Further, only bodies or things corporeal can be a local term ~"wherefrom" 7 1, 3 | under the comparison of corporeal things. ~Hence, when it 8 1, 3 | under the ~comparison of corporeal quantity, it implies His 9 1, 3 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Corporeal parts are attributed to 10 1, 3 | We draw near to God by no corporeal steps, since He is ~everywhere, 11 1, 5 | but in comparison with corporeal ~things, because the power 12 1, 5 | of light extends to all corporeal things; ~inasmuch as it 13 1, 8 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although corporeal things are said to be in 14 1, 8 | a certain similitude to ~corporeal things, it is said that 15 1, 8 | power; ~but that visible and corporeal things were subject to the 16 1, 10 | Scripture ~metaphorically by corporeal names, so eternity though 17 1, 10 | aeviternal things belong to the corporeal genus, as the heavenly bodies; ~ 18 1, 10 | one; for ~we can rise from corporeal things to the knowledge 19 1, 12 | of God can be seen by the corporeal eye?~(4) Whether any created 20 1, 12 | way in the seer. Now in corporeal things it is clear that 21 1, 12 | of God can be seen by the corporeal ~eye. For it is written ( 22 1, 12 | creatures, ~they can see only corporeal things) but to see even 23 1, 12 | visible things are seen by corporeal vision."~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 12 | of power is the act of a corporeal organ, as will be ~shown 25 1, 12 | that kind can go beyond corporeal things. ~For God is incorporeal, 26 1, 12 | present, ~governing all corporeal things, not as we now see 27 1, 12 | life is ~not seen with the corporeal eye, as a thing in itself 28 1, 12 | sight of, ~and through, corporeal things, happens from two 29 1, 12 | reason of our defective corporeal or intellectual sight. But 30 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, corporeal sense cannot be raised up 31 1, 12 | powers; one is the act of a ~corporeal organ, which naturally knows 32 1, 12 | this is not the ~act of any corporeal organ. Wherefore the intellect 33 1, 12 | power abler to act. Even so corporeal light ~is necessary as regards 34 1, 12 | reason to judge of ~these corporeal things according to the 35 1, 12 | life, has ~its being in corporeal matter; hence naturally 36 1, 12 | soul is abstracted ~from corporeal things, the more it is capable 37 1, 12 | As God works miracles in corporeal things, so also He does ~ 38 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, corporeal names are applied to God 39 1, 13 | names imply some kind ~of corporeal condition; for their meaning 40 1, 13 | and ~composition and like corporeal conditions. Therefore all 41 1, 13 | to God literally imply ~corporeal conditions not in the thing 42 1, 13 | metaphorically imply and mean a corporeal condition in the thing ~ 43 1, 18 | heavens is ~in the universe of corporeal natures as the movement 44 1, 18 | life. Hence, if the whole corporeal universe were one ~animal, 45 1, 18 | But this exists only in corporeal ~things. Therefore life 46 1, 19 | universal cause. Even in ~corporeal things this is clearly seen. 47 1, 19 | effect does result, in ~corporeal things, from this hindrance 48 1, 19 | from this hindrance of a corporeal cause, must be ~referred 49 1, 22 | substances, which ~move corporeal things in a circular direction. 50 1, 23 | Nom. iv, 1) that as the corporeal sun sends his rays ~upon 51 1, 25 | that if the ~power of any corporeal thing were infinite, it 52 1, 25 | creature in time, and the corporeal creature in place and ~time, 53 1, 26 | some, consists in ~things corporeal; as in pleasure, riches, 54 1, 26 | good that exists in things corporeal in a corporeal ~manner, 55 1, 26 | in things corporeal in a corporeal ~manner, is also in God, 56 1, 28 | them intelligibly; as a ~corporeal thing is related to that 57 1, 30 | sense in God, like other corporeal properties, such as ~length, 58 1, 35 | of some specific sign. In corporeal things the ~specific sign 59 1, 36 | the name ~spirit in things corporeal seems to signify impulse 60 1, 36 | substance is signified; for corporeal spirit is invisible, and ~ 61 1, 42 | which is to be found only in corporeal things, and ~has, therefore, 62 1, 43 | vision is not displayed to corporeal eyes by ~corporeal shapes, 63 1, 43 | displayed to corporeal eyes by ~corporeal shapes, but is shown in 64 1, 44 | supposing as ~they did that corporeal substance itself was uncreated, 65 1, 46 | But ~others said that corporeal things were created by God 66 1, 46 | viz. the empyrean ~heaven, corporeal matter, by which is meant 67 1, 47 | distinction of the ~spiritual and corporeal creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 68 1, 47 | nor for the benefit of corporeal things, but that it happened ~ 69 1, 48 | distinction of the ~spiritual and corporeal creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 70 1, 48 | consisting in the privation of corporeal goods, ~which kind of pain 71 1, 50 | consider the distinction of corporeal and spiritual creatures: ~ 72 1, 50 | secondly, the creature wholly corporeal; thirdly, the composite ~ 73 1, 50 | the composite ~creature, corporeal and spiritual, which is 74 1, 50 | absolutely and in relation to corporeal ~things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 75 1, 50 | but ~compared to God it is corporeal and material. Therefore 76 1, 50 | Therefore an angel is a ~corporeal substance. ~Aquin.: SMT 77 1, 50 | Therefore, every creature is corporeal. Now angels are God's creatures, ~ 78 1, 50 | created." Therefore angels are corporeal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 79 1, 50 | action of a body, ~nor of any corporeal faculty; for every body 80 1, 50 | substances rank between God and corporeal ~creatures. Now the medium 81 1, 50 | to God, are material and corporeal, not, ~however, as if anything 82 1, 50 | however, as if anything corporeal existed in them.~Aquin.: 83 1, 50 | to all ~creatures, both corporeal and spiritual. Hence Ambrose 84 1, 50 | things are not contained in corporeal ~place, still they are none 85 1, 50 | which distinguishes it from corporeal ~substance, and that which 86 1, 50 | distinguishes incorporeal from corporeal substance is a kind of ~ 87 1, 50 | matter of spiritual and corporeal things is the same; so that 88 1, 50 | impressed in the matter of corporeal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 89 1, 50 | matter of ~spiritual and of corporeal things. For it is not possible 90 1, 50 | that a ~spiritual and a corporeal form should be received 91 1, 50 | the same thing would be corporeal and ~spiritual. Hence it 92 1, 50 | of matter receives the ~corporeal form, and another receives 93 1, 50 | Therefore it is impossible that ~corporeal and spiritual things should 94 1, 50 | substances were made for ~corporeal substances. For thus the 95 1, 50 | from them were to appear in corporeal ~things. But it is not true 96 1, 50 | exist on ~account of the corporeal, because the end is nobler 97 1, 51 | angels in comparison with corporeal things; ~and in the first 98 1, 51 | angels in comparison with corporeal places; and, thirdly, of 99 1, 51 | without any companionship of corporeal addition." Bernard likewise 100 1, 51 | else, needs the help of any corporeal organ. But it ~is clear 101 1, 51 | every created spirit needs corporeal substance." Augustine ~also 102 1, 51 | act of a body, nor of any corporeal energy, as will ~be shown 103 1, 52 | angel is said to be in a corporeal place by application of 104 1, 52 | be in a place which ~is corporeal, not as the thing contained, 105 1, 53 | heavens, and whereby all ~corporeal things are measured, which 106 1, 53 | measures the movement of corporeal things, which is continuous; ~ 107 1, 54 | operations are ~exercised by corporeal organs; such powers are 108 1, 55 | distinction and order of corporeal substances. The highest 109 1, 56 | to itself; as appears in corporeal ~things. Therefore the angel 110 1, 56 | have no knowledge of single corporeal things, not ~because of 111 1, 56 | nature as the action found in corporeal things, which passes into ~ 112 1, 56 | disposed for understanding corporeal things, so is the angelic 113 1, 56 | existed not only the forms of corporeal things, but ~likewise the 114 1, 56 | forms of all things, both corporeal and ~spiritual, were impressed 115 1, 56 | of ~other spiritual and corporeal natures were impressed in 116 1, 56 | impressed ~species he might know corporeal and spiritual creatures.~ 117 1, 57 | and things singular and corporeal ~by the senses, so an angel 118 1, 57 | time according ~to which corporeal movements are reckoned, 119 1, 57 | be known by an angel as corporeal things ~are known: because 120 1, 57 | because the imagination is a corporeal faculty. Therefore it ~seems 121 1, 57 | impression of some other corporeal or spiritual cause. Since, ~ 122 1, 57 | therefore, the angels know corporeal things and their dispositions, 123 1, 58 | heavenly bodies hold ~among corporeal substances: for Dionysius 124 1, 61 | Whether he was created before corporeal creatures?~(4) Whether the 125 1, 61 | designated by the names of corporeal things, because ~Moses was 126 1, 61 | creatures existing beyond corporeal nature, it would have ~proved 127 1, 61 | above every movement of a ~corporeal nature. Nevertheless he 128 1, 61 | were created before the corporeal world?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 129 1, 61 | were created before the corporeal ~world. For Jerome says ( 130 1, 61 | between the Divine and ~the corporeal natures. But the Divine 131 1, 61 | is from eternity; while ~corporeal nature is from time. Therefore 132 1, 61 | is more remote from the corporeal ~nature than one corporeal 133 1, 61 | corporeal ~nature than one corporeal nature is from another. 134 1, 61 | is from another. But one corporeal ~nature was made before 135 1, 61 | nature made before every corporeal nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 136 1, 61 | were not created before ~corporeal nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 137 1, 61 | created at the same time as corporeal creatures. For the angels 138 1, 61 | themselves; ~but both they and corporeal natures unite in constituting 139 1, 61 | previously to that of the corporeal world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 140 1, 61 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: All corporeal creatures are one in matter; 141 1, 61 | creation of the matter ~of the corporeal creature involves in a manner 142 1, 61 | nothing of the nature of corporeal creatures."~Aquin.: SMT 143 1, 61 | were ~not created in any corporeal place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 144 1, 61 | universe is made up of ~corporeal and spiritual creatures. 145 1, 61 | some relationship to the corporeal creature, and to ~rule over 146 1, 61 | and to ~rule over every corporeal creature. Hence it was fitting 147 1, 61 | be created in the highest corporeal place, as presiding over 148 1, 61 | as presiding over all ~corporeal nature; whether it be styled 149 1, 61 | angels were created in a corporeal place, not as if ~depending 150 1, 61 | created them before all corporeal creation, ~as many holy 151 1, 61 | hold. They were made in a corporeal place in order ~to show 152 1, 61 | show their relationship to corporeal nature, and that they are 153 1, 61 | universal power ~over all corporeal things, were created in 154 1, 61 | the highest place of the ~corporeal creature; while the other 155 1, 61 | not speaking there of any corporeal heaven, but ~of the heaven 156 1, 62 | nature is nobler than the corporeal ~creature. But the corporeal 157 1, 62 | corporeal ~creature. But the corporeal creature straightway from 158 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The corporeal creature instantly in the 159 1, 62 | regard to the formation of corporeal things (Gen. ad lit. i, 160 1, 62 | angel is above the time of corporeal things; hence the ~various 161 1, 63 | is more powerful than the corporeal ~nature. But a corporeal 162 1, 63 | corporeal ~nature. But a corporeal thing begins to have its 163 1, 63 | movements are represented by corporeal movements which are measured 164 1, 63 | faith; ~because the whole corporeal creation is governed by 165 1, 64 | appetite, which is a power in a corporeal organ. According, ~however, 166 1, 65 | THE WORK OF CREATION OF CORPOREAL CREATURES (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 167 1, 65 | creatures we proceed to that of ~corporeal creatures, in the production 168 1, 65 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether corporeal creatures are from God?~( 169 1, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether corporeal creatures are from God?~ 170 1, 65 | OBJ 1: It would seem that corporeal creatures are not from God. 171 1, 65 | they were very good." But corporeal creatures are evil, since ~ 172 1, 65 | so far as it ~is harmful. Corporeal creatures, therefore, are 173 1, 65 | but ~leads us to Him. But corporeal creatures withdraw us from 174 1, 65 | things which are seen." ~Corporeal creatures, therefore, are 175 1, 65 | spiritual, or visible and ~corporeal. But the devil is called 176 1, 65 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Corporeal creatures according to their 177 1, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether corporeal things were made on account 178 1, 65 | OBJ 1: It would seem that corporeal creatures were not made 179 1, 65 | creatures are ~related to corporeal creatures, as the greater 180 1, 65 | greater good to the lesser. ~Corporeal creatures, therefore, are 181 1, 65 | movements of free-will. Now, corporeal ~creatures are unequal to 182 1, 65 | Peri Archon ii.] that corporeal ~creatures were not made 183 1, 65 | production of each kind of corporeal creatures, subjoins, "God 184 1, 65 | to Origen's ~opinion, the corporeal creature was made, not because 185 1, 65 | which now exists, of the ~corporeal world would arise from mere 186 1, 65 | goodness is the end of all ~corporeal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 187 1, 65 | ultimate end. ~Therefore that corporeal creatures were, in a manner, 188 1, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether corporeal creatures were produced 189 1, 65 | OBJ 1: It would seem that corporeal creatures were produced 190 1, 65 | it was ordained that the corporeal should be ~produced by the 191 1, 65 | creatures, both spiritual and ~corporeal, were produced immediately 192 1, 65 | finite ~effect. But every corporeal thing is finite. Therefore, 193 1, 65 | by which are understood corporeal creatures. These, ~therefore, 194 1, 65 | until the ~production of corporeal creatures. But this position 195 1, 65 | the first production of corporeal creatures is by creation, 196 1, 65 | forms ~essentially, whereas corporeal creatures have forms by 197 1, 65 | Therefore the forms of corporeal things are derived from 198 1, 65 | must not suppose ~that this corporeal matter serves the angels 199 1, 65 | it obeys God thus." But corporeal matter may be said thus 200 1, 65 | which it receives its form. Corporeal forms, then, are not from ~ 201 1, 65 | opinion of some that all corporeal forms are ~derived from 202 1, 65 | held that the forms ~of corporeal matter are derived from, 203 1, 65 | constituted, in so far as ~in corporeal matter there abides the 204 1, 65 | maintained that ~the forms of corporeal things do not subsist "per 205 1, 65 | proceed all the forms of corporeal matter, as the form of ~ 206 1, 65 | but that the devil formed ~corporeal matter, and differentiated 207 1, 65 | not look for the cause ~of corporeal forms in any immaterial 208 1, 65 | generated by that fire. Corporeal forms, ~therefore, are caused, 209 1, 65 | follows further that even corporeal forms are derived from spiritual ~ 210 1, 65 | were, the seminal types of corporeal forms, must be referred 211 1, 65 | the first production of corporeal creatures no ~transmutation 212 1, 65 | place, and ~accordingly, the corporeal forms that bodies had when 213 1, 66 | Whether the matter of all corporeal things is the same?~(3) 214 1, 66 | Further, the formation of corporeal creatures ~was effected 215 1, 66 | ancients chaos, existed in the ~corporeal creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP 216 1, 66 | primary matter was some ~corporeal thing in act, as fire, air, 217 1, 66 | are now apparent in the corporeal creation. Accordingly ~they 218 1, 66 | that the formlessness of corporeal matter preceded its form 219 1, 66 | threefold beauty ~was wanting to corporeal creatures, for which reason 220 1, 66 | due to the fact that the corporeal nature of these would not ~ 221 1, 66 | the formless matter of all corporeal things is the same?~Aquin.: 222 1, 66 | the formless matter of all corporeal things is ~the same. For 223 1, 66 | says, the matter of ~all corporeal things is designated. Therefore 224 1, 66 | Therefore the matter of all ~corporeal things is the same.~Aquin.: 225 1, 66 | one in matter." But all corporeal things are in the ~same 226 1, 66 | itself is ~the same in all corporeal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 227 1, 66 | are one in the order of corporeal ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 228 1, 66 | the things of this world. ~Corporeal place, therefore, cannot 229 1, 66 | looked for, spiritual and corporeal, not only in the human body ~ 230 1, 66 | bodily glory in something corporeal, free at the very outset ~ 231 1, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Sensible corporeal things are movable in the 232 1, 66 | for by the movement of corporeal creatures is secured by ~ 233 1, 66 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Corporeal place is assigned to contemplation, 234 1, 66 | before time was, the primary corporeal ~matter, and the angelic 235 1, 66 | 3): "Both spiritual and ~corporeal creatures were created at 236 1, 66 | empyrean heaven, formless corporeal ~matter, and time. It must 237 1, 66 | the angelic nature and corporeal matter - making no ~mention 238 1, 67 | things?~(2) Whether light, in corporeal things, is itself corporeal?~( 239 1, 67 | corporeal things, is itself corporeal?~(3) Whether light is a 240 1, 67 | spiritual ~things than to corporeal. Therefore also does light.~ 241 1, 67 | natural quality of the first corporeal cause of change, ~which 242 1, 67 | and formless matter of the corporeal creature by the word ~"earth." 243 1, 67 | of higher ~dignity than corporeal. The forming, therefore, 244 1, 67 | substance and nobler than all corporeal ~creatures; for they would 245 1, 67 | formlessness, in regard to the ~corporeal creature. One is where we 246 1, 68 | of the second day is the corporeal heaven. ~According to Bede ( 247 1, 68 | also taught that not all corporeal things are confined ~beneath 248 1, 68 | that earth and water are corporeal, whereas it is not evident 249 1, 68 | to ~all that air also is corporeal, for there have even been 250 1, 68 | above, there are ~seven corporeal heavens in all, in the opinion 251 1, 68 | denotes the entire sum of corporeal creation, for in that sense 252 1, 69 | spiritual and formless corporeal natures were created first 253 1, 69 | nature is higher than the corporeal, so the higher bodies are ~ 254 1, 69 | land appear," mean that corporeal matter was impressed with 255 1, 70 | made on this day to ~be corporeal. If, however, the light 256 1, 70 | understood ~to be itself corporeal, then it must be held to 257 1, 70 | said above (Q[65], A[2]), a corporeal creature ~can be considered 258 1, 70 | of changes ~effected in corporeal creatures, but not of those 259 1, 70 | expresses his belief that all corporeal things are ruled by God ~ 260 1, 74 | the parts into ~which the corporeal creation is divided are 261 1, 74 | formed on the first ~day, and corporeal on the two others, the higher 262 1, 74 | creatures, two to that of ~corporeal creatures, and three to 263 1, 74 | impression of forms upon corporeal matter. But other holy ~ 264 1, 74 | formless matter of all corporeal things, and thus no creature 265 1, 75 | COMPOSED OF A SPIRITUAL AND A CORPOREAL SUBSTANCE: AND IN ~THE FIRST 266 1, 75 | the spiritual and of the corporeal creature, we now ~proceed 267 1, 75 | composed of a spiritual and corporeal ~substance. We shall treat 268 1, 75 | could not have knowledge of ~corporeal things. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 269 1, 75 | these actions was something corporeal: for they asserted ~that 270 1, 75 | things; and that what is not corporeal is ~nothing: hence they 271 1, 75 | that the soul is something corporeal. This ~opinion can be proved 272 1, 75 | in an animal, yet nothing corporeal can be the first ~principle 273 1, 75 | not that the likeness of corporeal things should be ~actually 274 1, 75 | that those who maintain the corporeal nature of the soul, are ~ 275 1, 75 | i.e. imaginary pictures of ~corporeal things." Therefore the nature 276 1, 75 | can have knowledge of all corporeal things. Now whatever ~knows 277 1, 75 | intellect, and referred both a corporeal principle, as has been ~ 278 1, 75 | is ~performed without a corporeal organ. On the other hand, 279 1, 75 | soul was made neither of corporeal matter, nor of spiritual 280 1, 75 | which receive forms in a corporeal ~organ; since matter is 281 1, 76 | phantasms which are in the corporeal organs. Thus through the ~ 282 1, 76 | not possible through ~a corporeal instrument (De Anima iii, 283 1, 76 | the more it rises above ~corporeal matter, the less it is merged 284 1, 76 | forms. ~Wherefore it excels corporeal matter in its power by the 285 1, 76 | operation and a power in which corporeal matter has no share whatever. ~ 286 1, 76 | power does ~not belong to a corporeal organ, as the power of seeing 287 1, 76 | cannot be performed by a corporeal ~organ, like the act of 288 1, 76 | is not the faculty of a corporeal ~organ.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 289 1, 76 | which it subsists ~to the corporeal matter, out of which and 290 1, 76 | parts of the soul which use corporeal organs; for this reason, 291 1, 76 | is its operation in which corporeal matter does not share. ~ 292 1, 76 | not performed without a corporeal instrument. ~Therefore it 293 1, 76 | is connected with what is corporeal by ~virtual contact. But 294 1, 76 | before it is ~understood as corporeal, and so on; so those accidents 295 1, 76 | matter, once ~understood as corporeal and measurable, can be understood 296 1, 76 | the body by means of a ~corporeal spirit. Others said it is 297 1, 77 | confines of spiritual and corporeal ~creatures; and therefore 298 1, 77 | body is the subject of the ~corporeal powers. Therefore the soul 299 1, 77 | are performed without a corporeal ~organ, as understanding 300 1, 77 | are ~performed by means of corporeal organs; as sight by the 301 1, 77 | from the soul except by a corporeal organ. Secondly, they may 302 1, 77 | of the diversity of ~the corporeal organs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 303 1, 77 | have no act apart from the corporeal organ.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 304 1, 42 | which is to be found only in corporeal things, and ~has, therefore, 305 1, 43 | vision is not displayed to corporeal eyes by ~corporeal shapes, 306 1, 43 | displayed to corporeal eyes by ~corporeal shapes, but is shown in 307 1, 45 | supposing as ~they did that corporeal substance itself was uncreated, 308 1, 47 | But ~others said that corporeal things were created by God 309 1, 47 | viz. the empyrean ~heaven, corporeal matter, by which is meant 310 1, 48 | distinction of the ~spiritual and corporeal creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 311 1, 48 | nor for the benefit of corporeal things, but that it happened ~ 312 1, 49 | distinction of the ~spiritual and corporeal creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 313 1, 49 | consisting in the privation of corporeal goods, ~which kind of pain 314 1, 51 | consider the distinction of corporeal and spiritual creatures: ~ 315 1, 51 | secondly, the creature wholly corporeal; thirdly, the composite ~ 316 1, 51 | the composite ~creature, corporeal and spiritual, which is 317 1, 51 | absolutely and in relation to corporeal ~things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 318 1, 51 | but ~compared to God it is corporeal and material. Therefore 319 1, 51 | Therefore an angel is a ~corporeal substance. ~Aquin.: SMT 320 1, 51 | Therefore, every creature is corporeal. Now angels are God's creatures, ~ 321 1, 51 | created." Therefore angels are corporeal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 322 1, 51 | action of a body, ~nor of any corporeal faculty; for every body 323 1, 51 | substances rank between God and corporeal ~creatures. Now the medium 324 1, 51 | to God, are material and corporeal, not, ~however, as if anything 325 1, 51 | however, as if anything corporeal existed in them.~Aquin.: 326 1, 51 | to all ~creatures, both corporeal and spiritual. Hence Ambrose 327 1, 51 | things are not contained in corporeal ~place, still they are none 328 1, 51 | which distinguishes it from corporeal ~substance, and that which 329 1, 51 | distinguishes incorporeal from corporeal substance is a kind of ~ 330 1, 51 | matter of spiritual and corporeal things is the same; so that 331 1, 51 | impressed in the matter of corporeal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 332 1, 51 | matter of ~spiritual and of corporeal things. For it is not possible 333 1, 51 | that a ~spiritual and a corporeal form should be received 334 1, 51 | the same thing would be corporeal and ~spiritual. Hence it 335 1, 51 | of matter receives the ~corporeal form, and another receives 336 1, 51 | Therefore it is impossible that ~corporeal and spiritual things should 337 1, 51 | substances were made for ~corporeal substances. For thus the 338 1, 51 | from them were to appear in corporeal ~things. But it is not true 339 1, 51 | exist on ~account of the corporeal, because the end is nobler 340 1, 52 | angels in comparison with corporeal things; ~and in the first 341 1, 52 | angels in comparison with corporeal places; and, thirdly, of 342 1, 52 | without any companionship of corporeal addition." Bernard likewise 343 1, 52 | else, needs the help of any corporeal organ. But it ~is clear 344 1, 52 | every created spirit needs corporeal substance." Augustine ~also 345 1, 52 | act of a body, nor of any corporeal energy, as will ~be shown 346 1, 53 | angel is said to be in a corporeal place by application of 347 1, 53 | be in a place which ~is corporeal, not as the thing contained, 348 1, 54 | heavens, and whereby all ~corporeal things are measured, which 349 1, 54 | measures the movement of corporeal things, which is continuous; ~ 350 1, 55 | operations are ~exercised by corporeal organs; such powers are 351 1, 56 | distinction and order of corporeal substances. The highest 352 1, 57 | to itself; as appears in corporeal ~things. Therefore the angel 353 1, 57 | have no knowledge of single corporeal things, not ~because of 354 1, 57 | nature as the action found in corporeal things, which passes into 355 1, 57 | disposed for understanding corporeal things, so is the angelic 356 1, 57 | existed not only the forms of corporeal things, but ~likewise the 357 1, 57 | forms of all things, both corporeal and ~spiritual, were impressed 358 1, 57 | of ~other spiritual and corporeal natures were impressed in 359 1, 57 | impressed ~species he might know corporeal and spiritual creatures.~ 360 1, 58 | and things singular and corporeal ~by the senses, so an angel 361 1, 58 | time according ~to which corporeal movements are reckoned, 362 1, 58 | be known by an angel as corporeal things ~are known: because 363 1, 58 | because the imagination is a corporeal faculty. Therefore it ~seems 364 1, 58 | impression of some other corporeal or spiritual cause. Since, ~ 365 1, 58 | therefore, the angels know corporeal things and their dispositions, 366 1, 59 | heavenly bodies hold ~among corporeal substances: for Dionysius 367 1, 62 | Whether he was created before corporeal creatures?~(4) Whether the 368 1, 62 | designated by the names of corporeal things, because ~Moses was 369 1, 62 | creatures existing beyond corporeal nature, it would have ~proved 370 1, 62 | above every movement of a ~corporeal nature. Nevertheless he 371 1, 62 | were created before the corporeal world?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 372 1, 62 | were created before the corporeal ~world. For Jerome says ( 373 1, 62 | between the Divine and ~the corporeal natures. But the Divine 374 1, 62 | is from eternity; while ~corporeal nature is from time. Therefore 375 1, 62 | is more remote from the corporeal ~nature than one corporeal 376 1, 62 | corporeal ~nature than one corporeal nature is from another. 377 1, 62 | is from another. But one corporeal ~nature was made before 378 1, 62 | nature made before every corporeal nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 379 1, 62 | were not created before ~corporeal nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 380 1, 62 | created at the same time as corporeal creatures. For the angels 381 1, 62 | themselves; ~but both they and corporeal natures unite in constituting 382 1, 62 | previously to that of the corporeal world.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 383 1, 62 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: All corporeal creatures are one in matter; 384 1, 62 | creation of the matter ~of the corporeal creature involves in a manner 385 1, 62 | nothing of the nature of corporeal creatures."~Aquin.: SMT 386 1, 62 | were ~not created in any corporeal place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 387 1, 62 | universe is made up of ~corporeal and spiritual creatures. 388 1, 62 | some relationship to the corporeal creature, and to ~rule over 389 1, 62 | and to ~rule over every corporeal creature. Hence it was fitting 390 1, 62 | be created in the highest corporeal place, as presiding over 391 1, 62 | as presiding over all ~corporeal nature; whether it be styled 392 1, 62 | angels were created in a corporeal place, not as if ~depending 393 1, 62 | created them before all corporeal creation, ~as many holy 394 1, 62 | hold. They were made in a corporeal place in order ~to show 395 1, 62 | show their relationship to corporeal nature, and that they are 396 1, 62 | universal power ~over all corporeal things, were created in 397 1, 62 | the highest place of the ~corporeal creature; while the other 398 1, 62 | not speaking there of any corporeal heaven, but ~of the heaven 399 1, 63 | nature is nobler than the corporeal ~creature. But the corporeal 400 1, 63 | corporeal ~creature. But the corporeal creature straightway from 401 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The corporeal creature instantly in the 402 1, 63 | regard to the formation of corporeal things (Gen. ad lit. i, 403 1, 63 | angel is above the time of corporeal things; hence the ~various 404 1, 64 | is more powerful than the corporeal ~nature. But a corporeal 405 1, 64 | corporeal ~nature. But a corporeal thing begins to have its 406 1, 64 | movements are represented by corporeal movements which are measured 407 1, 64 | faith; ~because the whole corporeal creation is governed by 408 1, 65 | appetite, which is a power in a corporeal organ. According, ~however, 409 1, 66 | THE WORK OF CREATION OF CORPOREAL CREATURES (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 410 1, 66 | creatures we proceed to that of ~corporeal creatures, in the production 411 1, 66 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether corporeal creatures are from God?~( 412 1, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether corporeal creatures are from God?~ 413 1, 66 | OBJ 1: It would seem that corporeal creatures are not from God. 414 1, 66 | they were very good." But corporeal creatures are evil, since ~ 415 1, 66 | so far as it ~is harmful. Corporeal creatures, therefore, are 416 1, 66 | but ~leads us to Him. But corporeal creatures withdraw us from 417 1, 66 | things which are seen." ~Corporeal creatures, therefore, are 418 1, 66 | spiritual, or visible and ~corporeal. But the devil is called 419 1, 66 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Corporeal creatures according to their 420 1, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether corporeal things were made on account 421 1, 66 | OBJ 1: It would seem that corporeal creatures were not made 422 1, 66 | creatures are ~related to corporeal creatures, as the greater 423 1, 66 | greater good to the lesser. ~Corporeal creatures, therefore, are 424 1, 66 | movements of free-will. Now, corporeal ~creatures are unequal to 425 1, 66 | Peri Archon ii.] that corporeal ~creatures were not made 426 1, 66 | production of each kind of corporeal creatures, subjoins, "God 427 1, 66 | to Origen's ~opinion, the corporeal creature was made, not because 428 1, 66 | which now exists, of the ~corporeal world would arise from mere 429 1, 66 | goodness is the end of all ~corporeal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 430 1, 66 | ultimate end. ~Therefore that corporeal creatures were, in a manner, 431 1, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether corporeal creatures were produced 432 1, 66 | OBJ 1: It would seem that corporeal creatures were produced 433 1, 66 | it was ordained that the corporeal should be ~produced by the 434 1, 66 | creatures, both spiritual and ~corporeal, were produced immediately 435 1, 66 | finite ~effect. But every corporeal thing is finite. Therefore, 436 1, 66 | by which are understood corporeal creatures. These, ~therefore, 437 1, 66 | until the ~production of corporeal creatures. But this position 438 1, 66 | the first production of corporeal creatures is by creation, 439 1, 66 | forms ~essentially, whereas corporeal creatures have forms by 440 1, 66 | Therefore the forms of corporeal things are derived from 441 1, 66 | must not suppose ~that this corporeal matter serves the angels 442 1, 66 | it obeys God thus." But corporeal matter may be said thus 443 1, 66 | which it receives its form. Corporeal forms, then, are not from ~ 444 1, 66 | opinion of some that all corporeal forms are ~derived from 445 1, 66 | held that the forms ~of corporeal matter are derived from, 446 1, 66 | constituted, in so far as ~in corporeal matter there abides the 447 1, 66 | maintained that ~the forms of corporeal things do not subsist "per 448 1, 66 | proceed all the forms of corporeal matter, as the form of ~ 449 1, 66 | but that the devil formed ~corporeal matter, and differentiated 450 1, 66 | not look for the cause ~of corporeal forms in any immaterial 451 1, 66 | generated by that fire. Corporeal forms, ~therefore, are caused, 452 1, 66 | follows further that even corporeal forms are derived from spiritual ~ 453 1, 66 | were, the seminal types of corporeal forms, must be referred 454 1, 66 | the first production of corporeal creatures no ~transmutation 455 1, 66 | place, and ~accordingly, the corporeal forms that bodies had when 456 1, 67 | Whether the matter of all corporeal things is the same?~(3) 457 1, 67 | Further, the formation of corporeal creatures ~was effected 458 1, 67 | ancients chaos, existed in the ~corporeal creation.~Aquin.: SMT FP 459 1, 67 | primary matter was some ~corporeal thing in act, as fire, air, 460 1, 67 | are now apparent in the corporeal creation. Accordingly ~they 461 1, 67 | that the formlessness of corporeal matter preceded its form 462 1, 67 | threefold beauty ~was wanting to corporeal creatures, for which reason 463 1, 67 | due to the fact that the corporeal nature of these would not ~ 464 1, 67 | the formless matter of all corporeal things is the same?~Aquin.: 465 1, 67 | the formless matter of all corporeal things is ~the same. For 466 1, 67 | says, the matter of ~all corporeal things is designated. Therefore 467 1, 67 | Therefore the matter of all ~corporeal things is the same.~Aquin.: 468 1, 67 | one in matter." But all corporeal things are in the ~same 469 1, 67 | itself is ~the same in all corporeal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 470 1, 67 | are one in the order of corporeal ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 471 1, 67 | the things of this world. ~Corporeal place, therefore, cannot 472 1, 67 | looked for, spiritual and corporeal, not only in the human body ~ 473 1, 67 | bodily glory in something corporeal, free at the very outset ~ 474 1, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Sensible corporeal things are movable in the 475 1, 67 | for by the movement of corporeal creatures is secured by ~ 476 1, 67 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Corporeal place is assigned to contemplation, 477 1, 67 | before time was, the primary corporeal ~matter, and the angelic 478 1, 67 | 3): "Both spiritual and ~corporeal creatures were created at 479 1, 67 | empyrean heaven, formless corporeal ~matter, and time. It must 480 1, 67 | the angelic nature and corporeal matter - making no ~mention 481 1, 68 | things?~(2) Whether light, in corporeal things, is itself corporeal?~( 482 1, 68 | corporeal things, is itself corporeal?~(3) Whether light is a 483 1, 68 | spiritual ~things than to corporeal. Therefore also does light.~ 484 1, 68 | natural quality of the first corporeal cause of change, ~which 485 1, 68 | and formless matter of the corporeal creature by the word ~"earth." 486 1, 68 | of higher ~dignity than corporeal. The forming, therefore, 487 1, 68 | substance and nobler than all corporeal ~creatures; for they would 488 1, 68 | formlessness, in regard to the ~corporeal creature. One is where we 489 1, 69 | of the second day is the corporeal heaven. ~According to Bede ( 490 1, 69 | also taught that not all corporeal things are confined ~beneath 491 1, 69 | that earth and water are corporeal, whereas it is not evident 492 1, 69 | to ~all that air also is corporeal, for there have even been 493 1, 69 | above, there are ~seven corporeal heavens in all, in the opinion 494 1, 69 | denotes the entire sum of corporeal creation, for in that sense 495 1, 70 | spiritual and formless corporeal natures were created first 496 1, 70 | nature is higher than the corporeal, so the higher bodies are ~ 497 1, 70 | land appear," mean that corporeal matter was impressed with 498 1, 71 | made on this day to ~be corporeal. If, however, the light 499 1, 71 | understood ~to be itself corporeal, then it must be held to 500 1, 71 | said above (Q[65], A[2]), a corporeal creature ~can be considered


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