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1 1, 1 | treat even of these latter, inasmuch as man is ordained by them 2 1, 1 | prudent man is called wise, inasmuch as he directs his acts to 3 1, 1 | arguments from ~authority, inasmuch as its principles are obtained 4 1, 2 | implanted in us by nature, inasmuch as God is man's beatitude. 5 1, 2 | motion; whereas a thing moves inasmuch as it is in act. ~For motion 6 1, 2 | subsequent movers move only inasmuch as they are put in motion 7 1, 3 | overspreading all things, inasmuch as all things lie under ~ 8 1, 3 | goodness is participated, inasmuch as matter participates ~ 9 1, 3 | have nothing added to it, inasmuch as its essence ~does not 10 1, 4 | solely according to analogy, inasmuch as God is essential ~being, 11 1, 5 | Christ. i, 42) that, ~"inasmuch as we exist we are good."~ 12 1, 5 | everything is knowable ~only inasmuch as it is in actuality. Hence, 13 1, 5 | only ~relatively - i.e. inasmuch as the removal of an evil, 14 1, 5 | non-being only relatively, ~inasmuch as one seeks some mode of 15 1, 5 | only ~logical existence, inasmuch as they are abstracted from 16 1, 5 | to all corporeal things; ~inasmuch as it is an active quality 17 1, 6 | perfection, desire God ~Himself, inasmuch as the perfections of all 18 1, 6 | in the preceding article, inasmuch as all desired perfections 19 1, 6 | contrary, All things are good, inasmuch as they have being. But ~ 20 1, 6 | called good and a being, inasmuch as it participates in it 21 1, 7 | everywhere, and in all things, inasmuch as He is boundless and infinite.~ 22 1, 7 | is made finite by form, inasmuch as matter, before ~it receives 23 1, 7 | made finite by ~matter, inasmuch as form, considered in itself, 24 1, 7 | is relatively infinite, inasmuch as it is in potentiality 25 1, 7 | be relatively infinite, inasmuch as such ~kinds of forms 26 1, 7 | the multitude of hammers, inasmuch as one may be broken and ~ 27 1, 8 | that all things are in God; inasmuch as ~they are contained by 28 1, 8 | except with the ~addition, "inasmuch as they are beings." But 29 1, 8 | things placed are in place, inasmuch ~as they fill place; and 30 1, 8 | body is said to fill place inasmuch as it excludes the co-presence ~ 31 1, 8 | all things by His power, inasmuch as all things are ~subject 32 1, 8 | things by His essence, ~inasmuch as He is present to all 33 1, 9 | And so in the same ~way, inasmuch as the similitude of the 34 1, 9 | sun proceeds to the earth, inasmuch as ~the ray of light touches 35 1, 9 | the divine power ~alone, inasmuch as God could produce them 36 1, 9 | God - they are mutable, inasmuch as they are ~producible 37 1, 9 | regards substantial being, inasmuch as their matter can exist 38 1, 9 | other as regards place, ~inasmuch as by their finite power 39 1, 10 | reign beyond ~eternity, inasmuch as He endures beyond every 40 1, 10 | would ~still reign beyond, inasmuch as His reign is simultaneously 41 1, 10 | the nature of eternity, inasmuch as they ~possess unchangeableness 42 1, 10 | is some reason for it, inasmuch as that alone is measured 43 1, 10 | it differs in aspect; for inasmuch as time ~corresponds to 44 1, 10 | a ~creature is infinite, inasmuch as it is not ended by any 45 1, 11 | however, ~is manifestly false, inasmuch as each thing is "one" by 46 1, 11 | away the being of a thing, ~inasmuch as privation means "negation 47 1, 11 | kind ~of a whole. Therefore inasmuch as its part has not the 48 1, 11 | opposed to "many" privatively, inasmuch as the ~idea of "many" involves 49 1, 11 | accidental cause of one, inasmuch as they are in some way ~ 50 1, 11 | For He is supremely being, inasmuch as His ~being is not determined 51 1, 11 | is supremely ~undivided inasmuch as He is divided neither 52 1, 11 | are not ~supremely being, inasmuch as they have being only 53 1, 12 | exists above all that exists; inasmuch as He is ~His own existence. 54 1, 12 | of the creature to God, inasmuch as it is related to Him 55 1, 12 | sensible. But this comes about inasmuch as ~sense is informed with 56 1, 12 | the angelic intellect, ~inasmuch as it is elevated above 57 1, 12 | regards external sight, inasmuch as it makes the medium ~ 58 1, 12 | becomes the actual sensible, inasmuch as it is informed by a ~ 59 1, 12 | to ~what is seen in God, inasmuch as it is united to the Divine 60 1, 12 | to both good and ~evil, inasmuch as they have a common nature. 61 1, 12 | creatures differ from Him, inasmuch as He is ~not in any way 62 1, 12 | is a kind of knowledge, inasmuch as the intellect is ~determined 63 1, 13 | be described by relation, inasmuch as ~relations serve to recall 64 1, 13 | said that God is a body, ~inasmuch as He is the cause of bodies. 65 1, 13 | intellectual things; which, inasmuch as they are ~realities existing 66 1, 13 | sense, but only in idea, inasmuch as the intellect apprehends ~ 67 1, 13 | a relation only in idea, inasmuch as ~creatures are referred 68 1, 13 | relatively to the creature, inasmuch as the ~creature is related 69 1, 13 | rule in some way applies, ~inasmuch as the intellect draws to 70 1, 13 | translation, "incongruous," inasmuch as no name ~can be applied 71 1, 14 | thing subsists ~in itself. Inasmuch as the form perfects the 72 1, 14 | and it returns to ~itself inasmuch as it has existence in itself. 73 1, 14 | themselves, but in ~Himself; inasmuch as His essence contains 74 1, 14 | God are understood by God, inasmuch as the ~essence of God contains 75 1, 14 | specified by its object, ~inasmuch as the intelligible form 76 1, 14 | it has in the intellect, inasmuch as it knows that ~it understands; 77 1, 14 | relation to opposite things (inasmuch as the same knowledge relates ~ 78 1, 14 | infallibly known by God, inasmuch as they are subject to the ~ 79 1, 14 | is not attributed to it inasmuch ~as it is known.~Aquin.: 80 1, 14 | knowledge, like good ~things, inasmuch as He permits, or impedes, 81 1, 14 | knowledge of the physician, inasmuch ~as he cures them by his 82 1, 15 | knowledge of that thing, inasmuch as the ~forms of things 83 1, 15 | as ~can be proved thus. Inasmuch as He knows His own essence 84 1, 15 | ideas are said to be many, inasmuch as many types are ~understood 85 1, 16 | true is based on being, inasmuch as not-being is a kind of 86 1, 16 | in a ~particular sense, inasmuch as a man fulfills in his 87 1, 16 | likeness to the principle," inasmuch as His existence is not ~ 88 1, 16 | according to the primary truth, inasmuch as it is reflected in ~the 89 1, 17 | dreams are said to be false inasmuch ~as they convey the likeness 90 1, 17 | says (Metaph. ~iv, 27), inasmuch as something is said or 91 1, 17 | opposed ~to the divine truth, inasmuch as the false opinion concerning 92 1, 18 | plants are said to live, inasmuch as they in themselves ~a 93 1, 18 | is merely a ~similitude, inasmuch as the movement they are 94 1, 18 | things ~are said to live inasmuch as they move themselves, 95 1, 18 | things are life in God, inasmuch as known by ~Him, it seems 96 1, 18 | understanding only, and inasmuch as ~they are understood 97 1, 19 | as ordained to that end; inasmuch as it befits the divine 98 1, 19 | things apart from Himself, inasmuch as He ~wills His own goodness. 99 1, 19 | exist without ~other things inasmuch as no perfection can accrue 100 1, 19 | have necessary existence inasmuch ~as they exist in God; but 101 1, 19 | good, we exist," are true inasmuch as His goodness is the ~ 102 1, 19 | Hence we will a thing simply inasmuch as we ~will it when all 103 1, 19 | will him to live, to wit, inasmuch as he is a man. Such a ~ 104 1, 19 | of one of two opposites, inasmuch as He can will a ~thing 105 1, 19 | the will of ~expression, inasmuch as the sign itself of will 106 1, 19 | assigned ~to their acts, inasmuch as God ordains rational 107 1, 20 | the sensitive appetite, inasmuch ~as they have annexed to 108 1, 20 | that person good. Hence, inasmuch as we love ourselves, ~we 109 1, 20 | love is a binding force, inasmuch as God wills ~good to others; 110 1, 20 | any ~kind of good, only inasmuch as it is willed by God. 111 1, 20 | the object of his love, inasmuch as he wills good to the 112 1, 21 | regards what befits Him; inasmuch as He ~renders to Himself 113 1, 21 | conversion of the ~Gentiles; inasmuch as the Jews were saved on 114 1, 22 | understanding of the present; inasmuch as ~from the remembrance 115 1, 22 | follows that all things, inasmuch as ~they participate in 116 1, 22 | plan of universal ~nature; inasmuch as the defect in one thing 117 1, 22 | way than over the wicked; inasmuch as He prevents ~anything 118 1, 23 | belonging to its essence, but inasmuch as predestination ~implies 119 1, 23 | all men and all creatures, inasmuch as He wishes ~them all some 120 1, 23 | election and love: - love, inasmuch as ~He wills them this particular 121 1, 23 | AA[2],3): - election, ~inasmuch as He wills this good to 122 1, 23 | goodness without election; inasmuch as ~there is nothing which 123 1, 23 | part of the things ~willed; inasmuch as God wills one thing on 124 1, 23 | receives that crown thus lost, inasmuch as he takes the former's 125 1, 23 | but in a ~secondary way, inasmuch as the good of the species 126 1, 23 | in two ways; in one ~way, inasmuch as he receives power from 127 1, 23 | way God is helped by us; inasmuch as ~we execute His orders, 128 1, 24 | written in the book of life, inasmuch as ~men think they are written 129 1, 25 | idea of power is retained, ~inasmuch as it is the principle of 130 1, 25 | manner of understanding, inasmuch as the divine ~essence, 131 1, 25 | differing from them logically; ~inasmuch as power implies a notion 132 1, 25 | existence is ~infinite, inasmuch as it is not limited by 133 1, 27 | by ~way of similitude, inasmuch as the concept of the intellect 134 1, 27 | procession of the intellect, inasmuch as ~the will in God is the 135 1, 27 | intellect are the ~same, still, inasmuch as love requires by its 136 1, 28 | logical relations only, inasmuch as reason ~observes them 137 1, 28 | but are real ~relations; inasmuch as the intellect and the 138 1, 28 | This does not apply to God, inasmuch as He understands all things 139 1, 29 | genera and species subsist, inasmuch as ~it belongs to some individual 140 1, 29 | profess several hypostases, inasmuch as the word "substance," 141 1, 29 | indirectly the relation, inasmuch as the essence is the same 142 1, 29 | signifies the essence, inasmuch as in God essence is the 143 1, 33 | itself; in another way, inasmuch as it is a "first" ~principle 144 1, 34 | of personal terms in God, inasmuch as the divine persons are ~ 145 1, 34 | here taken to mean command; inasmuch as ~by the effect of the 146 1, 34 | relation to creatures, inasmuch as ~God, by understanding 147 1, 35 | anything is called its form, inasmuch as it has a like form.~Aquin.: 148 1, 35 | Father ~and of the Son, inasmuch as they are one; since even 149 1, 35 | which is the Holy Ghost, inasmuch as He is the divine love.~ 150 1, 36 | place of a relative term, inasmuch as it is ~accommodated to 151 1, 36 | likewise in ~the name of Spirit inasmuch as it implies a moving power. 152 1, 36 | distinguished from the Son, inasmuch as ~the origin of one is 153 1, 36 | immediately from ~Adam, inasmuch as Adam was his father; 154 1, 36 | as regards the effect, ~inasmuch as the power of the first 155 1, 36 | nature with ~Them; nor again inasmuch as they are united in any 156 1, 37 | of the Father and ~Son, inasmuch as He is Love; because, 157 1, 37 | the Father loves the Son"; inasmuch as ~the Holy Ghost proceeds 158 1, 37 | creature by ~His begotten Word, inasmuch as the Word "begotten" adequately 159 1, 37 | creature by ~the Holy Ghost, inasmuch as the Holy Ghost proceeds 160 1, 37 | were in a secondary way, inasmuch as ~the divine truth and 161 1, 38 | Holy Ghost gives Himself, inasmuch as He is His own, ~and can 162 1, 39 | all the persons together, inasmuch as it is the principle in ~ 163 1, 39 | the property of the Son, inasmuch ~as He as Son has in Himself 164 1, 39 | with the Son's property, inasmuch as He is the express ~Image 165 1, 39 | appropriated to the Holy Ghost, inasmuch as He proceeds from ~two. 166 1, 39 | by reason of an adjunct, inasmuch as, in God's word ~to Moses, 167 1, 39 | the begotten 'Who is,'" inasmuch as "God begotten is personal." 168 1, 40 | distinguished from the Son, inasmuch as the former ~begets and 169 1, 40 | hypostases or ~persons, inasmuch as they are themselves the 170 1, 40 | their own "supposita," ~inasmuch as they are themselves subsisting 171 1, 41 | twofold order of origin: one, inasmuch as the creature proceeds 172 1, 41 | Son of the love of God, ~inasmuch as He is superabundantly 173 1, 41 | Ghost proceeds as Love, inasmuch as God ~loves Himself, and 174 1, 41 | the essence of the Father, inasmuch as the essence of the Father, 175 1, 41 | understanding and speaking: inasmuch as ~we designate by different 176 1, 42 | Father, ~Son and Holy Ghost, inasmuch as no one of them either 177 1, 42 | to ~be like their causes, inasmuch as they have the form of 178 1, 42 | order of nature and reason, ~inasmuch as the one enters the definition 179 1, 42 | outside the ~intellect, inasmuch as it remains in the utterer 180 1, 43 | the Father into the world, inasmuch as He began to exist visibly 181 1, 43 | said to be sent visibly, inasmuch as He showed ~Himself in 182 1, 44 | end of ~generation, except inasmuch as it is the likeness of 183 1, 45 | whiteness is called ~a being, inasmuch as its subject is white 184 1, 45 | soul gives us being, except inasmuch as it ~works by divine operation." 185 1, 45 | power, but instrumentally, inasmuch as it acts by the power 186 1, 45 | the superior cause, except inasmuch as ~by something proper 187 1, 45 | contrary resists the agent, inasmuch as it impedes the potentiality 188 1, 45 | productions of creatures inasmuch as they include the ~essential 189 1, 45 | them in a kind of order, inasmuch as the Son receives ~the 190 1, 45 | all things were made," inasmuch as He has the same power, 191 1, 45 | Trinity by way of ~image, inasmuch as there is found in them 192 1, 45 | the trace of the Trinity, inasmuch ~as in every creature are 193 1, 45 | represents the Holy Ghost, inasmuch as He is ~love, because 194 1, 47 | the first intelligence, inasmuch as it ~understood the first 195 1, 47 | which causes movement, and inasmuch as it understood itself 196 1, 48 | Enchiridion 12) that "evil hurts ~inasmuch as it takes away good." 197 1, 48 | order to the end; by fault, inasmuch as this privation ~belongs 198 1, 49 | nothing can be a cause except inasmuch as it is a ~being, and every 199 1, 49 | will actually deficient, inasmuch as it does not ~actually 200 1, 49 | said (A[1]) that some agent inasmuch as it ~produces by its power 201 1, 50 | mode of conception; for, inasmuch as our intellect ~considers 202 1, 50 | idea of their "genus"; and ~inasmuch as it considers it determinately, 203 1, 50 | creature is simply finite, inasmuch as its existence ~is not 204 1, 50 | said that the angels, even inasmuch as they are ~immaterial 205 1, 60 | than it does the ~other, inasmuch as it is more one with itself 206 1, 62 | for the beatified angels, ~inasmuch as they are a part of their 207 1, 63 | good possessed by another, inasmuch as he deems his neighbor' 208 1, 63 | the wicked angel, except inasmuch as he ~coveted a singular 209 1, 63 | yet only accidentally, inasmuch ~as evil is connected with 210 1, 65 | towards God as its end, inasmuch as it imitates, as it were, 211 1, 66 | was void," or "invisible," inasmuch as the waters ~covered and 212 1, 66 | 3~Reply OBJ 3: Accident, inasmuch as it is a form, is a kind 213 1, 67 | colors actually visible, ~inasmuch as it is a quality of the 214 1, 74 | some one of these days, inasmuch as God wrought in some ~ 215 1, 74 | some ~one of these days, inasmuch as God wrought nothing in 216 1, 75 | comparison with the body, inasmuch as it does not occupy space ~ 217 1, 75 | has to the thing ~moved, inasmuch as it causes it to be in 218 1, 75 | their relations differ, inasmuch as the impression of ~the 219 1, 75 | this result is accidental, inasmuch as the ~intellect requires 220 1, 75 | notion of the human soul ~inasmuch as it is intellectual. For 221 1, 76 | intellectual substances; inasmuch as it is not ~naturally 222 1, 76 | would have to intervene. But inasmuch ~as the soul is the form 223 1, 76 | the parts, secondarily, ~inasmuch as they are ordained to 224 1, 77 | the ~sense given above, inasmuch as they are compared to 225 1, 77 | the principle of ~vision, inasmuch as it moves the sight. On 226 1, 77 | were the material ~cause, inasmuch as it is receptive of the 227 1, 77 | as surface is of color, inasmuch as substance receives an ~ 228 1, 37 | of the Father and ~Son, inasmuch as He is Love; because, 229 1, 37 | the Father loves the Son"; inasmuch as ~the Holy Ghost proceeds 230 1, 37 | creature by ~His begotten Word, inasmuch as the Word "begotten" adequately 231 1, 37 | creature by ~the Holy Ghost, inasmuch as the Holy Ghost proceeds 232 1, 37 | were in a secondary way, inasmuch as ~the divine truth and 233 1, 38 | Holy Ghost gives Himself, inasmuch as He is His own, ~and can 234 1, 39 | all the persons together, inasmuch as it is the principle in ~ 235 1, 39 | the property of the Son, inasmuch ~as He as Son has in Himself 236 1, 39 | with the Son's property, inasmuch as He is the express ~Image 237 1, 39 | appropriated to the Holy Ghost, inasmuch as He proceeds from ~two. 238 1, 39 | by reason of an adjunct, inasmuch as, in God's word ~to Moses, 239 1, 39 | the begotten 'Who is,'" inasmuch as "God begotten is personal." 240 1, 40 | distinguished from the Son, inasmuch as the former ~begets and 241 1, 40 | hypostases or ~persons, inasmuch as they are themselves the 242 1, 40 | their own "supposita," ~inasmuch as they are themselves subsisting 243 1, 41 | twofold order of origin: one, inasmuch as the creature proceeds 244 1, 41 | Son of the love of God, ~inasmuch as He is superabundantly 245 1, 41 | Ghost proceeds as Love, inasmuch as God ~loves Himself, and 246 1, 41 | the essence of the Father, inasmuch as the ~essence of the Father, 247 1, 41 | understanding and speaking: inasmuch as ~we designate by different 248 1, 42 | Father, ~Son and Holy Ghost, inasmuch as no one of them either 249 1, 42 | to ~be like their causes, inasmuch as they have the form of 250 1, 42 | order of nature and reason, ~inasmuch as the one enters the definition 251 1, 42 | outside the ~intellect, inasmuch as it remains in the utterer 252 1, 43 | the Father into the world, inasmuch as He began to exist visibly 253 1, 43 | said to be sent visibly, inasmuch as He showed ~Himself in 254 1, 45 | end of ~generation, except inasmuch as it is the likeness of 255 1, 46 | whiteness is called ~a being, inasmuch as its subject is white 256 1, 46 | soul gives us being, except inasmuch as it ~works by divine operation." 257 1, 46 | power, but instrumentally, inasmuch as it acts by ~the power 258 1, 46 | the superior cause, except inasmuch as ~by something proper 259 1, 46 | contrary resists the agent, inasmuch as it impedes the potentiality 260 1, 46 | productions of creatures inasmuch as they include the ~essential 261 1, 46 | them in a kind of order, inasmuch as the Son receives ~the 262 1, 46 | all things were made," inasmuch as He has the same power, 263 1, 46 | Trinity by way of ~image, inasmuch as there is found in them 264 1, 46 | the trace of the Trinity, inasmuch ~as in every creature are 265 1, 46 | represents the Holy Ghost, inasmuch as He is ~love, because 266 1, 48 | the first intelligence, inasmuch as it ~understood the first 267 1, 48 | which causes movement, and inasmuch as it understood itself 268 1, 49 | Enchiridion 12) that "evil hurts ~inasmuch as it takes away good." 269 1, 49 | order to the end; by fault, inasmuch as this privation ~belongs 270 1, 50 | nothing can be a cause except inasmuch as it is a ~being, and every 271 1, 50 | will actually deficient, inasmuch as it does not ~actually 272 1, 50 | said (A[1]) that some agent inasmuch as it ~produces by its power 273 1, 51 | mode of conception; for, inasmuch as our intellect ~considers 274 1, 51 | idea of their "genus"; and ~inasmuch as it considers it determinately, 275 1, 51 | creature is simply finite, inasmuch as its existence ~is not 276 1, 51 | said that the angels, even inasmuch as they are ~immaterial 277 1, 61 | than it does the ~other, inasmuch as it is more one with itself 278 1, 63 | for the beatified angels, ~inasmuch as they are a part of their 279 1, 64 | good possessed by another, inasmuch as he deems his neighbor' 280 1, 64 | the wicked angel, except inasmuch as he ~coveted a singular 281 1, 64 | yet only accidentally, inasmuch ~as evil is connected with 282 1, 66 | towards God as its end, inasmuch as it imitates, as it were, 283 1, 67 | was void," or "invisible," inasmuch as the waters ~covered and 284 1, 67 | 3~Reply OBJ 3: Accident, inasmuch as it is a form, is a kind 285 1, 68 | colors actually visible, ~inasmuch as it is a quality of the 286 1, 73 | some one of these days, inasmuch as God wrought in some ~ 287 1, 73 | some ~one of these days, inasmuch as God wrought nothing in 288 1, 74 | comparison with the body, inasmuch as it does not occupy space ~ 289 1, 74 | has to the thing ~moved, inasmuch as it causes it to be in 290 1, 74 | their relations differ, inasmuch as the impression of ~the 291 1, 74 | this result is accidental, inasmuch as the ~intellect requires 292 1, 74 | notion of the human soul ~inasmuch as it is intellectual. For 293 1, 75 | intellectual substances; inasmuch as it is not ~naturally 294 1, 75 | would have to intervene. But inasmuch ~as the soul is the form 295 1, 75 | the parts, secondarily, ~inasmuch as they are ordained to 296 1, 76 | the ~sense given above, inasmuch as they are compared to 297 1, 76 | the principle of ~vision, inasmuch as it moves the sight. On 298 1, 76 | were the material ~cause, inasmuch as it is receptive of the 299 1, 76 | as surface is of color, inasmuch as substance receives an ~ 300 1, 77 | twofold manner. First, ~inasmuch as this something extrinsic 301 1, 78 | is required for sight, ~inasmuch as it makes the medium to 302 1, 78 | prevents one and the same soul, inasmuch as it is ~actually immaterial, 303 1, 78 | befits the ~active intellect inasmuch as it is immaterial.~Aquin.: 304 1, 78 | part, as to some powers, ~inasmuch as they are acts of corporeal 305 1, 78 | said to be each thing, ~inasmuch as it receives the intelligible 306 1, 78 | existing in this or that time, ~inasmuch as a man is said to understand 307 1, 78 | also at the understanding, inasmuch as by means of those principles ~ 308 1, 78 | and to ~murmur at evil, inasmuch as through first principles 309 1, 80 | powers do resist reason, inasmuch as we sense or imagine something ~ 310 1, 81 | relatively nobler than sight, inasmuch as something in which there 311 1, 81 | is contained in truth, ~inasmuch as it is an understood truth, 312 1, 81 | truth, and truth in good, inasmuch as it ~is a desired good.~ 313 1, 82 | virtue of a natural quality, inasmuch as he is ~of such a temperament 314 1, 84 | species from ~the phantasms, inasmuch as it considers the natures 315 1, 84 | universal, occurs to humanity ~inasmuch as it is brought under the 316 1, 84 | The other is ~formation, inasmuch as the imagination forms 317 1, 85 | power is indeed infinite inasmuch as it is not ~terminated 318 1, 86 | by the intellect, ~both inasmuch as one knows that one wills; 319 1, 86 | knows that one wills; and inasmuch as one knows the ~nature 320 1, 87 | objects are known by ~the soul inasmuch as phantasy and sense are 321 1, 90 | bestowed on the angels, inasmuch as all things which ~are 322 1, 92 | term of man's production, inasmuch as he is ~said to be made " 323 1, 92 | likeness in nature, that is, inasmuch as all ~things, as being, 324 1, 92 | man in ~three ways. First, inasmuch as man possesses a natural 325 1, 92 | common to all men. Secondly, inasmuch as man ~actually and habitually 326 1, 92 | conformity of grace. Thirdly, inasmuch as man knows ~and loves 327 1, 92 | representation of the ~species, inasmuch as they imitate God, not 328 1, 92 | was made to ~God's image, inasmuch as we exist and know that 329 1, 92 | acts of the ~soul, that is, inasmuch as from the knowledge which 330 1, 92 | good is a preamble to man, inasmuch as man is an ~individual 331 1, 92 | good is subsequent to man, inasmuch as ~we may say of a certain 332 1, 92 | of a ~preamble to image, inasmuch as it is something more 333 1, 92 | as ~subsequent to image, inasmuch as it signifies a certain 334 1, 94 | there is an animal body, inasmuch as the spiritual ~life of 335 1, 94 | point there is a difference, inasmuch as in the primitive ~state 336 1, 96 | incorruptible in ~its form, inasmuch as being by nature corruptible, 337 1, 97 | multiplicity of masters, inasmuch as community of ~possession 338 1, 101 | and his soul - that is, inasmuch as in his soul was ~the 339 1, 102 | But there is a difference, inasmuch as that which ~creatures 340 1, 102 | find order among them, inasmuch as one is better than another; 341 1, 102 | in two ~ways: in general, inasmuch as it proceeds from the 342 1, 102 | all; and in particular, inasmuch as it proceeds from some 343 1, 103 | nothing is a cause ~except inasmuch as it has existence, and 344 1, 104 | moves the created intellect, inasmuch ~as He gives it the intellectual 345 1, 104 | made by Him, this would be inasmuch as ~He gives them the power 346 1, 104 | manifestation of colors, inasmuch as it gives and ~preserves 347 1, 106 | attention of the good angels, ~inasmuch as they always see each 348 1, 107 | the part of the ~ruler, inasmuch as a multitude is best ruled 349 1, 110 | the kindler of thoughts, inasmuch ~as he incites to thought, 350 1, 112 | for two reasons: first, ~inasmuch as a man is an individual, 351 1, 112 | to guard one. Secondly, inasmuch ~as a man is part of a community, 352 1, 112 | nevertheless, they are, inasmuch as they ~ward off many evils.~ 353 1, 113 | matter ~of temptations; inasmuch as one can know what sort 354 1, 114 | exist in matter. Therefore inasmuch as the form ~which is in 355 1, 114 | clashing of these two causes, inasmuch as it is ~accidental, has 356 1, 115 | Body Para. 5/5~So therefore inasmuch as all that happens here 357 1, 116 | teaches another this is only inasmuch as he ~acts through his 358 1, 116 | the ~natural order; but inasmuch as he proposes to the disciple 359 1, 116 | knowledge" (Ps. 93:10), ~inasmuch as "the light of His countenance 360 1, 118 | ii, 4): "Food nourishes inasmuch as it is potentially ~flesh."~ 361 1, 118 | in animals ~and plants, inasmuch as the semen owes its virtue 362 1, 118 | form of the ~begetter, and inasmuch as it is in potentiality 363 2 | of ~His image, i.e. man, inasmuch as he too is the principle 364 2, 1 | acts are ~called human, inasmuch as they proceed from a deliberate 365 2, 1 | causes do not move save inasmuch as ~they are moved by the 366 2, 1 | in the Divine likeness, inasmuch as they are, or live, or 367 2, 2 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Inasmuch as this division includes 368 2, 3 | the last end: consequent inasmuch as ~when man has attained 369 2, 3 | of a stone, as such, but inasmuch as it partakes of a certain 370 2, 4 | itself, or the thing seen, inasmuch as it is present, is the 371 2, 4 | understood metaphorically, inasmuch as Scripture is wont to ~ 372 2, 5 | to be the supreme good, inasmuch as it is ~the perfect possession 373 2, 6 | God as the First Mover, ~inasmuch as nature is an instrument 374 2, 6 | that it proceed from God, ~inasmuch as the will is moved by 375 2, 6 | the perfect ~voluntary; inasmuch as, having apprehended the 376 2, 6 | the imperfect ~voluntary; inasmuch as the agent apprehends 377 2, 6 | something proceeds from another inasmuch as this other acts; for ~ 378 2, 6 | through fear is voluntary, inasmuch ~as it is here and now, 379 2, 6 | this particular case, and inasmuch as it is ~repugnant to the 380 2, 6 | involuntariness in a certain respect, inasmuch as ~it precedes the movement 381 2, 7 | accident of the art of music, ~inasmuch as they meet in the same 382 2, 7 | theologian ~considers human acts, inasmuch as man is thereby directed 383 2, 7 | happens in three ways: first, ~inasmuch as it touches the act itself; 384 2, 7 | the act itself; secondly, inasmuch as it touches ~the cause 385 2, 7 | cause of the act; thirdly, inasmuch as it touches the effect. 386 2, 7 | properly called ~human, inasmuch as they are voluntary. Now, 387 2, 7 | important cause of the act, inasmuch as it moves the ~agent to 388 2, 7 | the cause of that act, ~inasmuch as he is moved thereto by 389 2, 8 | therefore, everything, inasmuch as it is being ~and substance, 390 2, 8 | them in the conclusions, ~inasmuch as he assents to the conclusions 391 2, 9 | the sensitive appetite, inasmuch as the sensitive appetite ~ 392 2, 10 | is moved by its ~object: inasmuch as, to wit, man through 393 2, 12 | animals intend an end, inasmuch as they are moved to something 394 2, 13 | are ordained to the end, inasmuch as man makes ~use of them 395 2, 16 | possession of money is good only inasmuch as there is some good in 396 2, 18 | is possessed of ~goodness inasmuch as he lives; and of evil, 397 2, 18 | as he lives; and of evil, inasmuch as he lacks sight. ~That, 398 2, 18 | but in a certain respect, inasmuch as ~it is a being; although 399 2, 18 | he is able to walk; but inasmuch as he is deprived of ~sight 400 2, 18 | cause of human ~generation, inasmuch as it implies union of male 401 2, 18 | male and female, but not ~inasmuch as it lacks the order of 402 2, 18 | or that ~action. And so, inasmuch as they are considered as 403 2, 18 | Circumstances are outside an action, inasmuch as they are ~not part of 404 2, 18 | are called human or moral, inasmuch as they proceed from the 405 2, 18 | natural things, good and evil, inasmuch as ~something is according 406 2, 18 | species. In like manner, good, inasmuch as it is in accord with 407 2, 18 | accord with reason, and evil, inasmuch as it is against reason, 408 2, 18 | actions are called human, inasmuch as they are ~voluntary, 409 2, 18 | genus as form to matter, inasmuch ~as it actualizes the genus. 410 2, 18 | formal than the species, inasmuch as it is something more 411 2, 19 | not tend thereto, except inasmuch as it is ~proposed by the 412 2, 19 | to the act ~of the will, inasmuch, to wit, as it is the reason 413 2, 19 | not to be put to death, inasmuch as killing is a ~natural 414 2, 19 | certain degree. Because inasmuch as it is conformed to ~the 415 2, 19 | of the last end. While, inasmuch as it is not ~conformed 416 2, 20 | the object of the will, inasmuch as ~it is proposed to the 417 2, 20 | the act of ~the will. But inasmuch as it is found in the execution 418 2, 20 | the order of nature: ~but inasmuch as it is in the active cause, 419 2, 20 | also to external actions, inasmuch as they proceed from the ~ 420 2, 21 | Monsters are called sins, inasmuch as they result from a ~sin 421 2, 21 | he merits ~or demerits, inasmuch as he disposes his actions 422 2, 21 | the part ~of God Himself, inasmuch as He is man's last end; 423 2, 23 | this very ~good or evil, inasmuch as it is of an arduous or 424 2, 23 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Good, inasmuch as it is delightful, moves 425 2, 24 | are ~morally good or evil, inasmuch as they are voluntary. Much 426 2, 24 | according to its moral genus, inasmuch as it is voluntary and ~ 427 2, 27 | that man ~"loves iniquity," inasmuch as, by means of iniquity, 428 2, 27 | likeness of proportion, inasmuch as each one has that which 429 2, 28 | likened to substantial union, ~inasmuch as the lover stands to the 430 2, 28 | said to be in the lover, ~inasmuch as the beloved abides in 431 2, 28 | according to apprehension, inasmuch ~as the lover is not satisfied 432 2, 28 | said to be in the lover, ~inasmuch as it is in his affections, 433 2, 28 | lover ~is in the beloved, inasmuch as he reckons what is good 434 2, 28 | regard to reciprocal love: inasmuch as friends return love ~ 435 2, 28 | contained in the beloved, inasmuch as the lover ~penetrates, 436 2, 28 | said to suffer ~ecstasy, inasmuch as he is placed outside 437 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 2: Good is loved inasmuch as it can be communicated 438 2, 28 | the good which is loved, inasmuch as the object loved is in 439 2, 28 | love in a general sense, ~inasmuch as it includes intellectual, 440 2, 29 | all things. But being, ~inasmuch as it is this determinate 441 2, 29 | predicated of accident except inasmuch as the latter is in ~substance. 442 2, 29 | hated, as being repugnant, inasmuch as it is in the intellect 443 2, 30 | sensible pleasure causes love, inasmuch as, so to speak, it ~attunes 444 2, 30 | it causes concupiscence, ~inasmuch as, when absent, it draws 445 2, 30 | and it causes ~pleasure, inasmuch as, when present, it makes 446 2, 30 | is infinite in a sense, inasmuch as it contains ~potentially 447 2, 31 | from bodily pleasures, ~inasmuch as they are passions of 448 2, 31 | the pleasures of sight, ~inasmuch sight is the handmaid of 449 2, 31 | movement has its ~beginning, inasmuch as the beholder on seeing 450 2, 31 | taken ~in two ways. First, inasmuch as intellect and reason 451 2, 32 | are not pleasurable save inasmuch ~as they are united to us; 452 2, 32 | to repose, ~are pleasant, inasmuch as they banish sadness which 453 2, 32 | contraries. And so hope, inasmuch as it implies a present ~ 454 2, 32 | causes pleasure; whereas, inasmuch as it ~implies absence of 455 2, 32 | existing, causes pleasure, ~inasmuch as it brings to mind that 456 2, 32 | as some love one another, inasmuch as they agree in hating 457 2, 32 | and admired by others, ~inasmuch as a man thus becomes aware 458 2, 32 | another. In this respect, inasmuch as through being united 459 2, 32 | naturally ~pleasant to overcome, inasmuch as it makes a man to appreciate 460 2, 32 | what we are wont to do, inasmuch as ~this is connatural to 461 2, 33 | to it": ~that is to say, inasmuch as to this good, which is 462 2, 33 | but it does so indirectly; inasmuch as the agent, through taking 463 2, 35 | reflect on their own acts, inasmuch ~as the acts themselves 464 2, 35 | species of mathematics, ~inasmuch as the principles of mathematics 465 2, 36 | nevertheless, in a way, present, inasmuch as it is hoped for. Or we 466 2, 36 | consists in a certain ~unity, inasmuch as each thing has, united 467 2, 37 | will, depresses the ~soul, inasmuch as it hinders it from enjoying 468 2, 39 | view, all shun sorrow, ~inasmuch as they shun evil: but they 469 2, 39 | that sorrow is a good inasmuch as it ~denotes perception 470 2, 42 | in two ways. In one way, inasmuch as an evil causes privation 471 2, 42 | way God is feared by man, inasmuch as He can ~inflict punishment, 472 2, 46 | has a certain generality, inasmuch ~as several causes are, 473 2, 46 | called a general passion, inasmuch ~as it is caused by a concurrence 474 2, 46 | sword-bearer ~of desire," inasmuch, to wit, as it assails whatever 475 2, 46 | anger as a kind of desire, ~inasmuch as it is a desire of vengeance. 476 2, 47 | of judgment of justice, inasmuch as He wills to take vengeance 477 2, 47 | injury redounds to God, ~inasmuch as the person injured is 478 2, 49 | in two ways; in one way, ~inasmuch as man, or any other thing, 479 2, 49 | something; in ~another way, inasmuch as a particular thing has 480 2, 49 | whether easy or difficult; ~inasmuch as a certain nature is the 481 2, 49 | consequently, to operation, inasmuch as this is the end of nature, 482 2, 50 | principally related to the will; inasmuch as habit "is that which 483 2, 51 | Since then the ~agent, inasmuch as it acts, does not receive 484 2, 54 | is ~multiple virtually, inasmuch as it extends to many specifically 485 2, 54 | into good ~and bad, namely, inasmuch as one habit is good, and 486 2, 55 | outside. Hence ~virtue, inasmuch as it is a suitable disposition 487 2, 56 | virtue we live righteously, inasmuch as by ~virtue we perform 488 2, 56 | required for moral virtue, ~inasmuch as moral virtue works according 489 2, 56 | instrument of a virtuous act, inasmuch as being moved by ~reason, 490 2, 56 | of the "fomes": whereas, inasmuch as ~they are in conformity 491 2, 57 | above the other ~sciences, inasmuch as it judges of them all, 492 2, 57 | in a ~fashion, servile, inasmuch as the body is in servile 493 2, 59 | and ends in the appetite, inasmuch as the latter is ~moved 494 2, 61 | to fortitude. Moreover, ~inasmuch as it is a "virtue," it 495 2, 61 | distinction from the other three, inasmuch as discretion ~belongs essentially 496 2, 62 | because their object is God, inasmuch as ~they direct us aright 497 2, 62 | naturally directed to God, inasmuch ~as He is the beginning 498 2, 62 | root of all the virtues, inasmuch as it is the form of them 499 2, 63 | which are in us by nature, inasmuch as we ~are rational beings. 500 2, 63 | be caused by human acts: ~inasmuch as such acts proceed from


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