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1 1, 1 | principle known by the natural light of intelligence, such as 2 1, 1 | principles ~known by the light of a higher science: thus 3 1, 1 | principles established by the light of ~a higher science, namely, 4 1, 1 | certitude from the natural light of human reason, ~which 5 1, 1 | derives its certitude from the light of ~divine knowledge, which 6 1, 1 | the ~owl is dazzled by the light of the sun" (Metaph. ii, 7 1, 1 | should be ~judged in the light of some higher principle, 8 1, 3 | are weak; nor is He Who is light, composed of things ~that 9 1, 5 | It ~is of the nature of light not to have been created 10 1, 5 | Reply OBJ 5: The nature of light is spoken of as being without 11 1, 5 | things, because the power of light extends to all corporeal 12 1, 8 | is no fellowship between light and darkness (2 Cor. 6:14). ~ 13 1, 8 | are preserved in being; as light is caused in the air by 14 1, 9 | inasmuch as ~the ray of light touches the earth. In this 15 1, 9 | movement of the Father of light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[9] A[1] 16 1, 10 | one in that view, in the light of their principle, but 17 1, 10 | principle, but are ~many in the light of the diversity of things 18 1, 11 | considered itself in the light of more and ~less. Therefore 19 1, 12 | intellect needs any created light in order to ~see the essence 20 1, 12 | reason of its excess ~of light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 21 1, 12 | called an ~intelligible light, as it were, derived from 22 1, 12 | derived from the first light, whether ~this be understood 23 1, 12 | visual faculty, namely, the light of ~glory strengthening 24 1, 12 | the ~Ps. 35:10, "In Thy light we shall see light." The 25 1, 12 | In Thy light we shall see light." The essence of God, ~however, 26 1, 12 | by ~participation of the light of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 12 | intellect needs any created light in order to see the ~essence 28 1, 12 | does not need any created ~light in order to see the essence 29 1, 12 | does not require any other light in order to be seen. ~Therefore 30 1, 12 | Now God is ~intelligible light. Therefore He is not seen 31 1, 12 | by means of any created light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 32 1, 12 | But if seen by any created light, He is seen through a medium. ~ 33 1, 12 | seen through any created light, such a ~light can be made 34 1, 12 | any created light, such a ~light can be made natural to some 35 1, 12 | would not need any other light to see God; which is impossible. 36 1, 12 | should require a superadded light ~in order to see the essence 37 1, 12 | It is written: "In Thy light we shall see light" (Ps. ~ 38 1, 12 | In Thy light we shall see light" (Ps. ~35:10).~Aquin.: SMT 39 1, 12 | object itself by the name of light of ~illumination. And this 40 1, 12 | illumination. And this is the light spoken of in the Apocalypse ( 41 1, 12 | blessed who see God. By this light the blessed are made "deiform" - 42 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 1: The created light is necessary to see the 43 1, 12 | to act. Even so corporeal light ~is necessary as regards 44 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This light is required to see the divine 45 1, 12 | it may be said that this light is ~to be described not 46 1, 12 | of that form. Hence the light of glory cannot be natural 47 1, 12 | impossible. ~But by this light the rational creature is 48 1, 12 | but is given to it by the light of glory, which establishes ~ 49 1, 12 | intellect which has more of the light of glory will see God ~the 50 1, 12 | fuller participation of the light ~of glory who has more charity; 51 1, 12 | receives a greater or lesser light of glory. Since ~therefore 52 1, 12 | Since ~therefore the created light of glory received into any 53 1, 12 | the participation of His light, we know and ~judge all 54 1, 12 | judge all things; for the light of natural reason itself 55 1, 12 | participation of the divine light; as likewise we are said 56 1, 12 | sun, i.e., by the sun's light. Hence ~Augustine says ( 57 1, 12 | fixed on that excellent light unless purified by ~the 58 1, 12 | the natural intelligible light, enabling us to abstract 59 1, 12 | the intellect's natural light is strengthened by the infusion ~ 60 1, 12 | infusion ~of gratuitous light; and sometimes also the 61 1, 12 | stronger the intelligible light is ~in man; and thus through 62 1, 12 | the infusion of the divine light. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 63 1, 14 | proceed from the centre; or if light knew ~itself, it would know 64 1, 14 | colors is not caused ~by the light only, but by the different 65 1, 14 | evil things also; as by light is known darkness. Hence 66 1, 14 | darkness except through light."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 67 1, 17 | doth truth, cometh to the light" ~(Jn. 3:21).~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 18 | bodies, whether heavy or light, movement does not ~belong, 69 1, 18 | natural disposition. Heavy and light bodies are ~moved by an 70 1, 18 | movement of ~other heavy and light bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 71 1, 19 | can ~participate in its light, so the divine good by its 72 1, 23 | considered ~in a twofold light - in one way, in particular; 73 1, 32 | God said, Let there be light," to manifest ~the divine 74 1, 32 | then said, "God saw the light that it was good," to ~show 75 1, 34 | understands, and thinks, as light and splendor;" ~which is 76 1, 39 | substantive is considered in the light ~of "suppositum," whereas 77 1, 39 | the Word, which is the ~light and splendor of the intellect, 78 1, 47 | 7) that God "divided the light from the darkness," and " 79 1, 47 | Gn. ~1:3,4: "God said: Be light made . . . And He divided 80 1, 47 | And He divided the light from the ~darkness."~Aquin.: 81 1, 47 | excel ~another, and one light another, and one year another 82 1, 47 | creature, "God ~saw the light that it was good" (Gn. 1: 83 1, 48 | darkness is ~known through light. Hence also what evil is 84 1, 48 | subject both of darkness and light. It is, however, ~manifest 85 1, 48 | good opposed to evil, as light is wholly destroyed ~by 86 1, 48 | the aptitude of the air to light would be infinitely diminished, ~ 87 1, 49 | other God, ~forming the light, and creating darkness, 88 1, 53 | instant of such time there is light in the ~air, or the form 89 1, 53 | movement, as though the light were understood to ~be moved 90 1, 54 | intellect as colors ~to the light, as is clear from De Anima 91 1, 55 | 2: Further, the angelic light is stronger than the light 92 1, 55 | light is stronger than the light of the ~active intellect 93 1, 55 | intellect of the soul. But the light of the active intellect ~ 94 1, 55 | phantasms. Therefore the light of the ~angelic mind can 95 1, 56 | essence in the knower, ~as light can be seen in the eye; 96 1, 58 | feebleness ~of their intellectual light. For if they possessed the 97 1, 58 | fulness of ~intellectual light, like the angels, then in 98 1, 58 | weakness of the intellectual light within us, ~as has been 99 1, 58 | since the intellectual light is perfect ~in the angel, 100 1, 58 | from calling something ~light in comparison with one thing, 101 1, 58 | faithful and the just is called light in ~comparison with the 102 1, 58 | heretofore ~darkness; but now, light in the Lord": yet this very 103 1, 58 | well to attend, as to a light that shineth in a dark place." 104 1, 61 | the name "heavens" or of "light." And they were either ~ 105 1, 62 | form, and was then called "light." But such formation comes 106 1, 63 | said ~that God said: "Be light made: and light was made," 107 1, 63 | said: "Be light made: and light was made," we are to understand ~ 108 1, 63 | the angel was created, and light was made, in the one instant. ~ 109 1, 63 | at the same moment that light was made, it was made distinct 110 1, 63 | OBJ 2: That distinction of light and darkness, whereby the 111 1, 63 | He alone could discern light and darkness, Who also could ~ 112 1, 64 | the owl cannot behold the light of the sun. But ~the demons 113 1, 64 | separated from them as light is from darkness; and every 114 1, 64 | manifestation is ~made through light, as is said Eph. 5:13. In 115 1, 64 | there ~is no fellowship of light with darkness [*Vulg.: ' 116 1, 64 | excellence ~of the Divine light; and therefore the creature' 117 1, 64 | darkness, yet it possesses some light: but when the light fails 118 1, 64 | some light: but when the light fails utterly, ~then it 119 1, 64 | something of the Divine light, and can be called evening 120 1, 64 | which God separated from the light, "He called ~night."~Aquin.: 121 1, 64 | darkened by privation of ~the light of grace, yet they are enlightened 122 1, 64 | they are enlightened by the light of their ~intellectual nature: 123 1, 65 | the words, "He divided the light from the ~darkness, and 124 1, 66 | form. For the beauty of light was wanting to all that 125 1, 66 | deeds is laid up in the light beyond ~this world, where 126 1, 66 | creature, but a ~privation of light, it is a proof of Divine 127 1, 66 | his habitual ~dwelling in light and joy."~Aquin.: SMT FP 128 1, 66 | region external to it, the light by which itself ~is lit 129 1, 66 | that it does not exclude ~light (as is clear from the fact 130 1, 66 | say that the empyrean has light, not ~condensed so as to 131 1, 66 | began when "God divided the ~light from the darkness. "Therefore 132 1, 67 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the word light is used in its proper sense 133 1, 67 | spiritual things?~(2) Whether light, in corporeal things, is 134 1, 67 | itself corporeal?~(3) Whether light is a quality?~(4) Whether 135 1, 67 | is a quality?~(4) Whether light was fittingly made on the 136 1, 67 | Para. 1/1~Whether the word "light" is used in its proper sense 137 1, 67 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "light" is used in its proper sense 138 1, 67 | that "in ~spiritual things light is better and surer: and 139 1, 67 | that Christ is not called ~Light in the same sense as He 140 1, 67 | Div. Nom. iv) includes Light among the ~intellectual 141 1, 67 | spiritual things. Therefore light is used in its proper sense 142 1, 67 | that is made manifest ~is light." But to be made manifest 143 1, 67 | corporeal. Therefore also does light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 144 1, 67 | thus it is with the word light. In its ~primary meaning 145 1, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether light is a body?~Aquin.: SMT FP 146 1, 67 | OBJ 1: It would seem that light is a body. For Augustine 147 1, 67 | Lib. ~Arb. iii, 5) that "light takes the first place among 148 1, 67 | among bodies."Therefore ~light is a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 149 1, 67 | says (Topic. v, 2) that "light is a ~species of fire." 150 1, 67 | body, and therefore so is light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 151 1, 67 | these are attributes of light and its rays. ~Moreover, 152 1, 67 | Moreover, different rays of light, as Dionysius says (Div. 153 1, 67 | they are bodies. ~Therefore light is a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 154 1, 67 | But this is the case with light and air. Therefore light 155 1, 67 | light and air. Therefore light is not a body.~Aquin.: SMT 156 1, 67 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, Light cannot be a body, for three 157 1, 67 | is from movement. For if light were a body, its ~diffusion 158 1, 67 | whereas the diffusion of light is instantaneous. Nor can 159 1, 67 | determinate movement, that of light is indifferent as ~regards 160 1, 67 | appears that the diffusion of light is not the local movement 161 1, 67 | generation and corruption. For if light were a ~body, it would follow 162 1, 67 | the luminary, the body of light would be corrupted, and 163 1, 67 | darkened? It is not that the light ~is condensed round the 164 1, 67 | sense, we must conclude that light cannot be a body.~Aquin.: 165 1, 67 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine takes light to be a luminous body in 166 1, 67 | 2: Aristotle pronounces light to be fire existing in its 167 1, 67 | properties are assigned to light metaphorically, ~and might 168 1, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether light is a quality?~Aquin.: SMT 169 1, 67 | OBJ 1: It would seem that light is not a quality. For every 170 1, 67 | removed from the fire. But light does ~not remain in the 171 1, 67 | the air when the source of light is withdrawn. Therefore ~ 172 1, 67 | is withdrawn. Therefore ~light is not a quality.~Aquin.: 173 1, 67 | this is not the case with ~light since darkness is merely 174 1, 67 | is merely a privation of light. Light therefore is ~not 175 1, 67 | merely a privation of light. Light therefore is ~not a sensible 176 1, 67 | than its effect. But the light of ~the heavenly bodies 177 1, 67 | them actually ~visible. Light, then, is not a sensible 178 1, 67 | Fide Orth. i) says that light is a ~species of quality.~ 179 1, 67 | writers have said that the light in the air has not ~a natural 180 1, 67 | reasons. First, because light gives a name to the air, 181 1, 67 | colored. Secondly, because light produces ~natural effects, 182 1, 67 | Others have ~said that light is the sun's substantial 183 1, 67 | Anima iii, text. 26: whereas light is visible ~of itself. In 184 1, 67 | accompanies the ~species. But light is not the substantial form 185 1, 67 | would be destroyed when light is withdrawn. Hence it cannot 186 1, 67 | substantial form of fire, so light is an active quality consequent 187 1, 67 | its natural state. ~But light is not produced by the transmutation 188 1, 67 | a substantial form, and light were a certain ~inception 189 1, 67 | substantial form. For this reason light disappears on the ~disappearance 190 1, 67 | OBJ 2: It is accidental to light not to have a contrary, 191 1, 67 | substantial form, so does light act ~instrumentally, by 192 1, 67 | Whether the production of light is fittingly assigned to 193 1, 67 | seem that the production of light is not fittingly ~assigned 194 1, 67 | assigned to the first day. For light, as stated above (A[3]), 195 1, 67 | place. The production of light, then, ought not ~to be 196 1, 67 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is light that distinguishes night 197 1, 67 | Therefore the production of light could not have been on the ~ 198 1, 67 | Therefore the production of light, dividing night from day, 199 1, 67 | it be said that spiritual light is here spoken of, it ~may 200 1, 67 | may be replied that the light made on the first day dispels 201 1, 67 | Therefore the ~production of light ought not to be assigned 202 1, 67 | there can be no day without light. ~Therefore light must have 203 1, 67 | without light. ~Therefore light must have been made on the 204 1, 67 | as to the production of light. ~Augustine seems to say ( 205 1, 67 | signified by the production of light, that is to say, of spiritual ~ 206 1, 67 | is to say, of spiritual ~light. For a spiritual nature 207 1, 67 | all by the production ~of light. In the first place because 208 1, 67 | the first place because light is a quality of the first ~ 209 1, 67 | and thus by means of light it was fitting ~that the 210 1, 67 | second reason is ~because light is a common quality. For 211 1, 67 | is a common quality. For light is common to terrestrial 212 1, 67 | distinction the production of light should take first ~place, 213 1, 67 | take first ~place, since light is a form of the primary 214 1, 67 | things are made manifest by light. And there is yet a fourth, 215 1, 67 | that day cannot be unless light exists, ~which was made 216 1, 67 | accidental, among which light holds the first ~place.~ 217 1, 67 | the opinion of some the light here spoken of was a kind ~ 218 1, 67 | Div. Nom. iv), that the light was the ~sun's light, formless 219 1, 67 | the light was the ~sun's light, formless as yet, being 220 1, 67 | in the production of this light a triple distinction ~was 221 1, 67 | distinction ~was made between light and darkness. First, as 222 1, 67 | sun we have the cause of light, and in the opaque ~nature 223 1, 67 | one hemisphere there was light, in the other darkness. 224 1, 67 | time; because there was light for one and darkness for 225 1, 67 | the words, "He called the light ~day, and the darkness night."~ 226 1, 67 | expansion and contraction of light, rather than by ~movement. 227 1, 67 | admit ~of the withdrawal of light, so long as the body is 228 1, 67 | understand ~the production of light to signify the formation 229 1, 67 | Thus the division of light ~from darkness will denote 230 1, 68 | before ~the formation of light, which was on the first 231 1, 68 | says (Div. Nom. iv), the ~light of the sun was without form 232 1, 68 | said ~that "God called the light day" (since the word "day" 233 1, 68 | consumed, the tendency in light and ~rarefied bodies to 234 1, 68 | extended, the subject of ~light and darkness, which, in 235 1, 68 | Blessed Trinity, Who is the Light and the Most ~High Spirit. 236 1, 69 | the ~words, "God said: Be light made," and "Let there be 237 1, 69 | place, where it is said that light was made on the first day. 238 1, 69 | because it was ~the source of light. The formlessness of water, 239 1, 69 | first that "He called the light Day": ~for the reason that 240 1, 70 | as it were, vessels of light. But ~light was made on 241 1, 70 | vessels of light. But ~light was made on the first day. 242 1, 70 | Augustine in holding the ~light made on the first day to 243 1, 70 | corporeal. If, however, the light made on the first day is 244 1, 70 | produced on ~that day merely as light in general; and that on 245 1, 70 | iv) says that the sun's light which previously was ~without 246 1, 70 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Light was given to the earth for 247 1, 71 | mention of the lights and the light on the fourth day, to show 248 1, 71 | which he had said that the ~light was made, so on this fifth 249 1, 74 | these ~days are superfluous. Light, for instance, stands to 250 1, 74 | accident proper to it. The light and the luminaries, ~therefore, 251 1, 74 | Reply OBJ 4: The nature of light, as existing in a subject, 252 1, 74 | appropriately called "day," since light, the cause of day, ~is to 253 1, 74 | production of creatures, in which light did not exist, ~the firmament 254 1, 74 | of the six days. For as light, the firmament, and other ~ 255 1, 74 | these move heavenwards, if light, or ~earthwards, if heavy. 256 1, 74 | which ~begins with the light, the termination of the 257 1, 74 | the termination of the light at evening precedes ~the 258 1, 76 | itself, as it belongs to a light body by reason of itself 259 1, 76 | be raised ~up. And as a light body remains light, when 260 1, 76 | as a light body remains light, when removed from its proper ~ 261 1, 76 | act of what is hot, and ~light of what is lucid; not as 262 1, 76 | not as though lucid and light were two separate ~things, 263 1, 76 | thing is made lucid by the light. In like manner, ~the soul 264 1, 76 | administers the body by light," that is, by fire, "and 265 1, 76 | such would be some heavenly light, which ~would harmonize 266 1, 76 | to the body by means of light, ~which, they say, is a 267 1, 76 | the body by means of the ~light of the sidereal heaven; 268 1, 76 | sensible soul, by means of the light of ~the crystal heaven; 269 1, 76 | intellectual soul by means of the light of ~the empyrean heaven. 270 1, 76 | fictious and ridiculous: for light ~is not a body; and the 271 1, 77 | from another, as color from light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 272 1, 39 | substantive is considered in the light ~of "suppositum," whereas 273 1, 39 | the Word, which is the ~light and splendor of the intellect, 274 1, 48 | 7) that God "divided the light from ~the darkness," and " 275 1, 48 | Gn. ~1:3,4: "God said: Be light made . . . And He divided 276 1, 48 | And He divided the light from the ~darkness."~Aquin.: 277 1, 48 | excel ~another, and one light another, and one year another 278 1, 48 | creature, "God ~saw the light that it was good" (Gn. 1: 279 1, 49 | darkness is ~known through light. Hence also what evil is 280 1, 49 | subject both of darkness and light. It is, however, ~manifest 281 1, 49 | good opposed to evil, as light is wholly destroyed ~by 282 1, 49 | the aptitude of the air to light would be infinitely diminished, ~ 283 1, 50 | other God, ~forming the light, and creating darkness, 284 1, 54 | instant of such time there is light in the ~air, or the form 285 1, 54 | movement, as though the light were understood to ~be moved 286 1, 55 | intellect as colors ~to the light, as is clear from De Anima 287 1, 56 | 2: Further, the angelic light is stronger than the light 288 1, 56 | light is stronger than the light of the ~active intellect 289 1, 56 | intellect of the soul. But the light of the active intellect ~ 290 1, 56 | phantasms. Therefore the light of the ~angelic mind can 291 1, 57 | essence in the knower, ~as light can be seen in the eye; 292 1, 59 | feebleness ~of their intellectual light. For if they possessed the 293 1, 59 | fulness of ~intellectual light, like the angels, then in 294 1, 59 | weakness of the intellectual light within us, ~as has been 295 1, 59 | since the intellectual light is perfect ~in the angel, 296 1, 59 | from calling something ~light in comparison with one thing, 297 1, 59 | faithful and the just is called light in ~comparison with the 298 1, 59 | heretofore ~darkness; but now, light in the Lord": yet this very 299 1, 59 | well to attend, as to a light that shineth in a dark place." 300 1, 62 | the name "heavens" or of "light." And they were either ~ 301 1, 63 | form, and was then called "light." But such formation comes 302 1, 64 | said ~that God said: "Be light made: and light was made," 303 1, 64 | said: "Be light made: and light was made," we are to understand ~ 304 1, 64 | the angel was created, and light was made, in the one instant. ~ 305 1, 64 | at the same moment that light was made, it was made distinct 306 1, 64 | OBJ 2: That distinction of light and darkness, whereby the 307 1, 64 | He alone could discern light and darkness, Who also could ~ 308 1, 65 | the owl cannot behold the light of the sun. But ~the demons 309 1, 65 | separated from them as light is from darkness; and every 310 1, 65 | manifestation is ~made through light, as is said Eph. 5:13. In 311 1, 65 | there ~is no fellowship of light with darkness [*Vulg.: ' 312 1, 65 | excellence ~of the Divine light; and therefore the creature' 313 1, 65 | darkness, yet it possesses some light: but when the light fails 314 1, 65 | some light: but when the light fails utterly, ~then it 315 1, 65 | something of the Divine light, and can be called evening 316 1, 65 | which God separated from the light, "He called ~night."~Aquin.: 317 1, 65 | darkened by privation of ~the light of grace, yet they are enlightened 318 1, 65 | they are enlightened by the light of their ~intellectual nature: 319 1, 66 | the words, "He divided the light from the ~darkness, and 320 1, 67 | form. For the beauty of light was wanting to all that 321 1, 67 | deeds is laid up in the light beyond ~this world, where 322 1, 67 | creature, but a ~privation of light, it is a proof of Divine 323 1, 67 | his habitual ~dwelling in light and joy."~Aquin.: SMT FP 324 1, 67 | region external to it, the light by which itself ~is lit 325 1, 67 | that it does not exclude ~light (as is clear from the fact 326 1, 67 | say that the empyrean has light, not ~condensed so as to 327 1, 67 | began when "God divided the ~light from the darkness. "Therefore 328 1, 68 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the word light is used in its proper sense 329 1, 68 | spiritual things?~(2) Whether light, in corporeal things, is 330 1, 68 | itself corporeal?~(3) Whether light is a quality?~(4) Whether 331 1, 68 | is a quality?~(4) Whether light was fittingly made on the 332 1, 68 | Para. 1/1~Whether the word "light" is used in its proper sense 333 1, 68 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "light" is used in its proper sense 334 1, 68 | that "in ~spiritual things light is better and surer: and 335 1, 68 | that Christ is not called ~Light in the same sense as He 336 1, 68 | Div. Nom. iv) includes Light among the ~intellectual 337 1, 68 | spiritual things. Therefore light is used in its proper sense 338 1, 68 | that is made manifest ~is light." But to be made manifest 339 1, 68 | corporeal. Therefore also does light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 340 1, 68 | thus it is with the word light. In its ~primary meaning 341 1, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether light is a body?~Aquin.: SMT FP 342 1, 68 | OBJ 1: It would seem that light is a body. For Augustine 343 1, 68 | Lib. ~Arb. iii, 5) that "light takes the first place among 344 1, 68 | among bodies."Therefore ~light is a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 345 1, 68 | says (Topic. v, 2) that "light is a ~species of fire." 346 1, 68 | body, and therefore so is light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 347 1, 68 | these are attributes of light and its rays. ~Moreover, 348 1, 68 | Moreover, different rays of light, as Dionysius says (Div. 349 1, 68 | they are bodies. ~Therefore light is a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 350 1, 68 | But this is the case with light and air. Therefore light 351 1, 68 | light and air. Therefore light is not a body.~Aquin.: SMT 352 1, 68 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, Light cannot be a body, for three 353 1, 68 | is from movement. For if light were a body, its ~diffusion 354 1, 68 | whereas the diffusion of light is instantaneous. Nor can 355 1, 68 | determinate movement, that of light is indifferent as ~regards 356 1, 68 | appears that the diffusion of light is not the local movement 357 1, 68 | generation and corruption. For if light were a ~body, it would follow 358 1, 68 | the luminary, the body of light would be corrupted, and 359 1, 68 | darkened? It is not that the light ~is condensed round the 360 1, 68 | sense, we must conclude that light cannot be a body.~Aquin.: 361 1, 68 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine takes light to be a luminous body in 362 1, 68 | 2: Aristotle pronounces light to be fire existing in its 363 1, 68 | properties are assigned to light metaphorically, ~and might 364 1, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether light is a quality?~Aquin.: SMT 365 1, 68 | OBJ 1: It would seem that light is not a quality. For every 366 1, 68 | removed from the fire. But light does ~not remain in the 367 1, 68 | the air when the source of light is withdrawn. Therefore ~ 368 1, 68 | is withdrawn. Therefore ~light is not a quality.~Aquin.: 369 1, 68 | this is not the case with ~light since darkness is merely 370 1, 68 | is merely a privation of light. Light therefore is ~not 371 1, 68 | merely a privation of light. Light therefore is ~not a sensible 372 1, 68 | than its effect. But the light of ~the heavenly bodies 373 1, 68 | them actually ~visible. Light, then, is not a sensible 374 1, 68 | Fide Orth. i) says that light is a ~species of quality.~ 375 1, 68 | writers have said that the light in the air has not ~a natural 376 1, 68 | reasons. First, because light gives a name to the air, 377 1, 68 | colored. Secondly, because light produces ~natural effects, 378 1, 68 | Others have ~said that light is the sun's substantial 379 1, 68 | Anima iii, text. 26: whereas light is visible ~of itself. In 380 1, 68 | accompanies the ~species. But light is not the substantial form 381 1, 68 | would be destroyed when light is withdrawn. Hence it cannot 382 1, 68 | substantial form of fire, so light is an active quality consequent 383 1, 68 | its natural state. ~But light is not produced by the transmutation 384 1, 68 | a substantial form, and light were a certain ~inception 385 1, 68 | substantial form. For this reason light disappears on the ~disappearance 386 1, 68 | OBJ 2: It is accidental to light not to have a contrary, 387 1, 68 | substantial form, so does light act ~instrumentally, by 388 1, 68 | Whether the production of light is fittingly assigned to 389 1, 68 | seem that the production of light is not fittingly ~assigned 390 1, 68 | assigned to the first day. For light, as stated above (A[3]), 391 1, 68 | place. The production of light, then, ought not ~to be 392 1, 68 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is light that distinguishes night 393 1, 68 | Therefore the production of light could not have been on the ~ 394 1, 68 | Therefore the production of light, dividing night from day, 395 1, 68 | it be said that spiritual light is here spoken of, it ~may 396 1, 68 | may be replied that the light made on the first day dispels 397 1, 68 | Therefore the ~production of light ought not to be assigned 398 1, 68 | there can be no day without light. ~Therefore light must have 399 1, 68 | without light. ~Therefore light must have been made on the 400 1, 68 | as to the production of light. ~Augustine seems to say ( 401 1, 68 | signified by the production of light, that is to say, of spiritual ~ 402 1, 68 | is to say, of spiritual ~light. For a spiritual nature 403 1, 68 | all by the production ~of light. In the first place because 404 1, 68 | the first place because light is a quality of the first ~ 405 1, 68 | and thus by means of light it was fitting ~that the 406 1, 68 | second reason is ~because light is a common quality. For 407 1, 68 | is a common quality. For light is common to terrestrial 408 1, 68 | distinction the production of light should take first ~place, 409 1, 68 | take first ~place, since light is a form of the primary 410 1, 68 | things are made manifest by light. And there is yet a fourth, 411 1, 68 | that day cannot be unless light exists, ~which was made 412 1, 68 | accidental, among which light holds the first ~place.~ 413 1, 68 | the opinion of some the light here spoken of was a kind ~ 414 1, 68 | Div. Nom. iv), that the light was the ~sun's light, formless 415 1, 68 | the light was the ~sun's light, formless as yet, being 416 1, 68 | in the production of this light a triple distinction ~was 417 1, 68 | distinction ~was made between light and darkness. First, as 418 1, 68 | sun we have the cause of light, and in the opaque ~nature 419 1, 68 | one hemisphere there was light, in the other darkness. 420 1, 68 | time; because there was light for one and darkness for 421 1, 68 | the words, "He called the light ~day, and the darkness night."~ 422 1, 68 | expansion and contraction of light, rather than by ~movement. 423 1, 68 | admit ~of the withdrawal of light, so long as the body is 424 1, 68 | understand ~the production of light to signify the formation 425 1, 68 | Thus the division of light ~from darkness will denote 426 1, 69 | before ~the formation of light, which was on the first 427 1, 69 | says (Div. Nom. iv), the ~light of the sun was without form 428 1, 69 | said ~that "God called the light day" (since the word "day" 429 1, 69 | consumed, the tendency in light and ~rarefied bodies to 430 1, 69 | extended, the subject of ~light and darkness, which, in 431 1, 69 | Blessed Trinity, Who is the Light and the Most ~High Spirit. 432 1, 70 | the ~words, "God said: Be light made," and "Let there be 433 1, 70 | place, where it is said that light was made on the first day. 434 1, 70 | because it was ~the source of light. The formlessness of water, 435 1, 70 | first that "He called the light Day": ~for the reason that 436 1, 71 | as it were, vessels of light. But ~light was made on 437 1, 71 | vessels of light. But ~light was made on the first day. 438 1, 71 | Augustine in holding the ~light made on the first day to 439 1, 71 | corporeal. If, however, the light made on the first day is 440 1, 71 | produced on ~that day merely as light in general; and that on 441 1, 71 | iv) says that the sun's light which previously was ~without 442 1, 71 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Light was given to the earth for 443 1, 71 | mention of the lights and the light on the fourth day, to show 444 1, 71 | which he had said that the ~light was made, so on this fifth 445 1, 73 | these ~days are superfluous. Light, for instance, stands to 446 1, 73 | accident proper to it. The light and the luminaries, ~therefore, 447 1, 73 | Reply OBJ 4: The nature of light, as existing in a subject, 448 1, 73 | appropriately called "day," since light, the cause of day, ~is to 449 1, 73 | production of creatures, in which light did not exist, ~the firmament 450 1, 73 | of the six days. For as light, the firmament, and other ~ 451 1, 73 | these move heavenwards, if light, or ~earthwards, if heavy. 452 1, 73 | which ~begins with the light, the termination of the 453 1, 73 | the termination of the light at evening precedes ~the 454 1, 75 | itself, as it belongs to a light body by reason of itself 455 1, 75 | be raised ~up. And as a light body remains light, when 456 1, 75 | as a light body remains light, when removed from its proper ~ 457 1, 75 | act of what is hot, and ~light of what is lucid; not as 458 1, 75 | not as though lucid and light were two separate ~things, 459 1, 75 | thing is made lucid by the light. In like manner, ~the soul 460 1, 75 | administers the body by light," that is, by fire, "and 461 1, 75 | such would be some heavenly light, which ~would harmonize 462 1, 75 | to the body by means of light, ~which, they say, is a 463 1, 75 | the body by means of the ~light of the sidereal heaven; 464 1, 75 | sensible soul, by means of the light of ~the crystal heaven; 465 1, 75 | intellectual soul by means of the light of ~the empyrean heaven. 466 1, 75 | fictious and ridiculous: for light ~is not a body; and the 467 1, 76 | from another, as color from light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 468 1, 78 | something ~active, such as light: on the contrary, light 469 1, 78 | light: on the contrary, light is required for sight, ~ 470 1, 78 | to provide intellectual light to the intellect, as will ~ 471 1, 78 | opinions as to the effect of light. For some ~say that light 472 1, 78 | light. For some ~say that light is required for sight, in 473 1, 78 | and for the same reason as light is ~required for seeing. 474 1, 78 | in the opinion of others, light is required for ~sight; 475 1, 78 | the active ~intellect to light is verified in this, that 476 1, 78 | for ~understanding, so is light required for seeing; but 477 1, 78 | active intellect is to give light for the ~purpose of understanding. 478 1, 78 | Jn. 1:9, "He was the true light that enlighteneth ~every 479 1, 78 | intellect, whereby it is able to light up the phantasms. And we ~ 480 1, 78 | the active intellect to light, which is something ~received 481 1, 78 | derives its intellectual light from Him, according to Ps. 482 1, 78 | according to Ps. 4:7, ~"The light of Thy countenance, O Lord, 483 1, 78 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: That true light enlightens as a universal 484 1, 78 | active ~intellect is as a light. But light is not the same 485 1, 78 | intellect is as a light. But light is not the same in the various 486 1, 78 | which Aristotle compares to light.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 487 1, 78 | first principles, in the light of which ~it examines what 488 1, 83 | needs be only potentially ~light, but that which actually 489 1, 83 | must needs be actually ~light. Now we observe that man 490 1, 83 | of some hindrance, as a light thing may ~be hindered from 491 1, 83 | things. For the intellectual ~light itself which is in us, is 492 1, 83 | likeness ~of the uncreated light, in which are contained 493 1, 83 | the Psalmist answers, "The light of Thy countenance, O Lord, 494 1, 83 | the seal of the Divine ~light in us, all things are made 495 1, 83 | besides the intellectual light which is in us, intelligible ~ 496 1, 83 | from the senses. For the light of the active intellect 497 1, 84 | related to the phantasm, as light is to color; since ~light 498 1, 84 | light is to color; since ~light does not abstract anything 499 1, 84 | the active intellect throw light on the ~phantasm: it does 500 1, 84 | the phantasm. It throws light on the phantasm, because,


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