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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 6 | necessary for its perfect ~operation; thirdly, perfection consists 2 1, 8 | giving them ~being, power and operation; so He is in every place 3 1, 8 | things as the object of operation ~is in the operator; and 4 1, 9 | moves Himself; calling every operation a movement, ~even as the 5 1, 10 | living; ~and life extends to operation, which is not true of being. 6 1, 10 | duration seems to belong to operation rather than to ~being; hence 7 1, 10 | being or further still in operation; ~like the angels, and the 8 1, 12 | function, ~which is the operation of his intellect; if we 9 1, 13 | name of nature, or of the operation?~(9) Whether this name " 10 1, 13 | following from His nature or operation."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 11 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The operation of the intellect and the 12 1, 13 | all these ~names belong to operation. Therefore this name "God" 13 1, 13 | name "God" signifies His ~operation and not His nature.~Aquin.: 14 1, 13 | substance sometimes for its operation, or its ~property; e.g. 15 1, 13 | name "God" is a name of operation so far as ~relates to the 16 1, 13 | goodness." But taken from this operation, this name "God" is imposed 17 1, 13 | this name "God" comes from operation, as explained. But ~other 18 1, 13 | God from His own proper operation, which we ~experience continually, 19 1, 14 | have now to ~treat of God's operation. And since one kind of operation 20 1, 14 | operation. And since one kind of operation is immanent, ~and another 21 1, 14 | immanent, ~and another kind of operation proceeds to the exterior 22 1, 14 | principle of the divine operation as proceeding to ~the exterior 23 1, 14 | effect, the object of the operation, which is taken as the term, 24 1, 14 | signified as the term of operation, resides in the ~operator; 25 1, 14 | is in the operator, the operation is ~actual. Hence the Philosopher 26 1, 14 | For to understand is an operation. But an operation signifies 27 1, 14 | is an operation. But an operation signifies something ~proceeding 28 1, 14 | To understand is not an operation proceeding out of the ~operator, 29 1, 14 | principle of the intellectual ~operation: since every operation is 30 1, 14 | operation: since every operation is specified by the form 31 1, 14 | which is its ~principle of operation; as heating by heat. Hence 32 1, 14 | Hence the intellectual ~operation is specified by that intelligible 33 1, 14 | ordered to the end of the operation; whereas ~the end of the 34 1, 14 | ordering this ~to the end of operation, but only to know (how to 35 1, 17 | falls short of the proper operation of his art.~Aquin.: SMT 36 1, 17 | also accidentally in ~that operation of the intellect whereby 37 1, 17 | is ever ~deceived in any operation of the intellect.~Aquin.: 38 1, 18 | themselves to movement or operation of ~any kind: whereas those 39 1, 18 | 1/1~Whether life is an operation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 40 1, 18 | It seems that life is an operation. For nothing is divided 41 1, 18 | understanding. Therefore life is an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 42 1, 18 | operations. Therefore life is an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 43 1, 18 | Further, to know God is an operation. But this is life, as is ~ 44 1, 18 | God." Therefore life is an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 45 1, 18 | of itself to any kind of operation, belong naturally. To live, ~ 46 1, 18 | takes "to live" to mean an operation ~of life. Or it would be 47 1, 18 | themselves the end of their operation, or movement; ~for this 48 1, 18 | implies a principle ~of operation.~ 49 1, 19 | intellect has nothing to say to operation. ~But the power is cause, 50 1, 19 | immediate principle of operation. But in God all these things 51 1, 19 | prohibition, ~precept, counsel, operation, and permission - are not 52 1, 19 | good pleasure. Therefore operation ought not to be comprehended 53 1, 19 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, operation and permission appertain 54 1, 19 | heaven." That permission and ~operation are called the will of God 55 1, 19 | said that permission and operation refer to present time, ~ 56 1, 19 | being with respect to evil, operation with regard to good. ~Whilst 57 1, 19 | the subject of precept, operation, and counsel; or of prohibition 58 1, 19 | will of expression. But operation is always the same as the 59 1, 19 | as moved by the ~divine operation; therefore only operation 60 1, 19 | operation; therefore only operation and permission are concerned ~ 61 1, 20 | vii): "God rejoices by an ~operation that is one and simple," 62 1, 23 | produces effects through ~the operation of secondary causes, as 63 1, 25 | Power is the principle of operation. But the divine ~power is 64 1, 25 | the cause precedes the ~operation and effect.~Aquin.: SMT 65 1, 25 | olive; so from the divine operation there ~could not result 66 1, 26 | nature is the ~intellectual operation, by which in some sense 67 1, 27 | action, which is a ~vital operation: - from a conjoined principle ( 68 1, 27 | within ~us by intelligible operation is not of the same nature 69 1, 27 | of love, ~which is by the operation of the will. But such a 70 1, 27 | way of an intelligible operation. The operation of the will 71 1, 27 | intelligible operation. The operation of the will within ~ourselves 72 1, 27 | which also appears to be an operation ~within the agent, takes 73 1, 27 | essence and not to the operation, unless considered as the 74 1, 28 | relations following upon the operation of the intellect are ~logical 75 1, 28 | which result from the mental operation alone in ~the objects understood 76 1, 28 | however, which follow the operation of the intellect, ~and which 77 1, 30 | there exists only one real operation - that is, His essence. 78 1, 39 | and 'use' belongs to the operation. But essence and operation ~ 79 1, 39 | operation. But essence and operation ~are not found to be appropriated 80 1, 39 | its intrinsic ~power of operation and causality is considered. 81 1, 39 | persons, but not essence or operation; because, being common, 82 1, 40 | contrary, Generation is the operation of the person of the ~Father. 83 1, 42 | form. The second effect ~is operation, for every agent acts through 84 1, 43 | rational creature by its operation of ~knowledge and love attains 85 1, 45 | which is presupposed in the operation of art. But the thing supposed 86 1, 45 | inasmuch as it ~works by divine operation." Now to produce being absolutely, 87 1, 45 | nature and ~art. For in every operation of nature and art some form 88 1, 45 | nothing; and thus in every operation of ~nature and art there 89 1, 45 | is not produced by the ~operation of nature; and therefore 90 1, 45 | accordingly, that to each operation of ~nature is joined creation. 91 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The operation of nature takes place only 92 1, 47 | are many. Likewise when operation is concerned, if the ~means 93 1, 47 | things is presupposed to the operation whereby He gives being to ~ 94 1, 48 | thing; the second act is its operation. Therefore evil also is 95 1, 48 | the withdrawal of the due operation, either because it ~does 96 1, 48 | subtraction of the due operation in voluntary things has 97 1, 48 | injury to the ~agent in his operation; and thus both are contained 98 1, 48 | and the ultimate act ~is operation, or the use of something 99 1, 48 | of man consists in good operation, or the good use of ~something 100 1, 50 | kind of matter. For the operation belonging to anything is 101 1, 50 | an altogether immaterial ~operation, as appears from its object, 102 1, 50 | gathered from its intellectual ~operation; for since everything acts 103 1, 50 | according as it is actual, the ~operation of a thing indicates its 104 1, 50 | species and ~nature of the operation is understood from the object. 105 1, 54 | sometimes also for a vital operation, that is, for one whereby ~ 106 1, 54 | into substance, power, and operation." Therefore substance, ~ 107 1, 54 | Therefore substance, ~power, and operation, are all distinct in them.~ 108 1, 54 | operative power is compared is ~operation. But in the angel to understand 109 1, 54 | as to exist, ~nor is any operation in him, nor in any other 110 1, 54 | any creature its power of operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 111 1, 54 | itself, whereas the power of operation regards ~accidental being. 112 1, 55 | but for the purpose of operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 113 1, 58 | object required for unity of operation. Now it happens that ~several 114 1, 58 | are they grasped ~by one operation, nor all at once. In another 115 1, 58 | intellect all at once and by one operation; as long as the entire ~ 116 1, 58 | discursive intellectual operation; that is to say, ~as they 117 1, 60 | is self-centered in its operation; for we behold ~every agent 118 1, 60 | preservation. But nature's ~operation would not be self-centered 119 1, 60 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Nature's operation is self-centered not merely 120 1, 62 | which it is brought by its ~operation; consequently, according 121 1, 62 | which it had to come by its operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 122 1, 62 | grace is required; but the operation of ~God, Who draws the soul 123 1, 62 | Providence, were ~produced by the operation of God, were created in 124 1, 62 | glory is the end of the ~operation of nature helped by grace. 125 1, 62 | stands not as the end of ~operation, because it is not of works, 126 1, 62 | the principle of right ~operation. Therefore it was fitting 127 1, 62 | attains its last end by its operation. Such operation leading ~ 128 1, 62 | end by its operation. Such operation leading ~to the end is either 129 1, 62 | as a nature endures, its operation remains. But ~beatitude 130 1, 62 | in acquired habits, the operation preceding ~the habit is 131 1, 62 | productive of the habit; but the operation from an acquired ~habit 132 1, 63 | have none but a natural operation. ~Therefore as there can 133 1, 63 | thing begins to have its operation in the first ~instant of 134 1, 63 | angel could also have his operation ~in the first instant of 135 1, 63 | of his creation. Now this operation was either ~ordinate or 136 1, 63 | seems impossible for each operation to terminate in the one ~ 137 1, 63 | existence, ~nevertheless, that operation which begins with the existence 138 1, 63 | existence have a ~defective operation; just as the leg, which 139 1, 63 | understood to respond to the operation of the ~angelic mind, whereby 140 1, 63 | but not morning. This ~operation was good in them all. From 141 1, 63 | good in them all. From such operation some of them were ~converted 142 1, 70 | apprehended through its operation, which is to a ~certain 143 1, 73 | end, which is either ~an operation, as the end of the harpist 144 1, 73 | that is attained by an operation, as the end of the builder 145 1, 73 | form is the principle of operation. Now the final ~perfection, 146 1, 73 | completion as regards their operation, to the ~seventh. It may 147 1, 73 | On the one ~hand, every operation may be called a movement, 148 1, 75 | substances - essence, power, and operation - we ~shall treat first 149 1, 75 | of what belongs to its operation. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] Out. 150 1, 75 | subsistent, it would have some ~operation apart from the body. But 151 1, 75 | the body. But it has no operation apart from the ~body, not 152 1, 75 | principle of ~intellectual operation which we call the soul, 153 1, 75 | or the ~intellect has an operation "per se" apart from the 154 1, 75 | which subsists can have an operation "per se." For nothing can 155 1, 75 | operate "per se." Hence the operation of the parts is through 156 1, 75 | of brute animals has an ~operation apart from the body.~Aquin.: 157 1, 75 | sensitive soul has no "per se" operation of its own, ~and that every 158 1, 75 | its own, ~and that every operation of the sensitive soul belongs 159 1, 75 | not subsistent. For the operation of anything follows ~the 160 1, 75 | process of intellectual ~operation the body is weary, this 161 1, 75 | intellect requires the operation of the sensitive powers 162 1, 75 | power, ~commands motion. The operation of this power in the sensitive 163 1, 75 | it were supposed that the operation of the ~sensitive soul were 164 1, 75 | that sensation is not the operation of ~the soul only. Since, 165 1, 75 | Since, then, sensation is an operation of man, but not ~proper 166 1, 75 | is without its own proper operation. But the ~operation proper 167 1, 75 | proper operation. But the ~operation proper to the soul, which 168 1, 75 | a phantasm is the proper operation of ~the soul by virtue of 169 1, 75 | requires the body for its ~operation, proves that the soul is 170 1, 76 | principle ~of intellectual operation is the form of the human 171 1, 76 | of which ~presupposes the operation of the intellect. The reason 172 1, 76 | form. Thus from the very operation of the ~intellect it is 173 1, 76 | each thing is shown by its operation. Now the proper ~operation 174 1, 76 | operation. Now the proper ~operation of man as man is to understand; 175 1, 76 | man must consist in this operation as properly ~belonging to 176 1, 76 | is the principle of this operation. But the species of anything 177 1, 76 | matter by its power and its operation; hence we find that the 178 1, 76 | mixed body has another operation not caused by its elemental 179 1, 76 | the fact that it has ~an operation and a power in which corporeal 180 1, 76 | of that one man, by one ~operation, understands the nature 181 1, 76 | diversity of intellectual operation in this man and that man. ~ 182 1, 76 | the fact that when one ~operation of the soul is intense it 183 1, 76 | the second act, which is operation; for ~such a potentiality " 184 1, 76 | a ~proof whereof is its operation in which corporeal matter 185 1, 76 | reason ~of its intellectual operation considered as such; but 186 1, 76 | form is the principle of ~operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 187 1, 76 | which is adapted to the operation of such a power.~Aquin.: 188 1, 77 | into essence, power, and operation." Much more, then, in the ~ 189 1, 77 | genus of ~substance. Now the operation of the soul is not in the 190 1, 77 | belongs to God alone, whose operation is His own ~substance. Wherefore 191 1, 77 | is the principle of His ~operation is the Divine Essence itself. 192 1, 77 | the immediate principle of operation, ~whatever has a soul would 193 1, 77 | powers, we find that the ~operation of one depends on the operation 194 1, 77 | operation of one depends on the operation of another. But the action 195 1, 77 | necessity "the subject of operation," as ~again the Philosopher 196 1, 77 | was that sensation is an operation proper ~to the soul, just 197 1, 39 | and 'use' belongs to the operation. But essence and operation ~ 198 1, 39 | operation. But essence and operation ~are not found to be appropriated 199 1, 39 | its intrinsic ~power of operation and causality is considered. 200 1, 39 | persons, but not essence or operation; because, being common, 201 1, 40 | contrary, Generation is the operation of the person of the ~Father. 202 1, 42 | form. The second effect ~is operation, for every agent acts through 203 1, 43 | rational creature by its operation of ~knowledge and love attains 204 1, 46 | which is presupposed in the operation of art. But the thing supposed 205 1, 46 | inasmuch as it ~works by divine operation." Now to produce being absolutely, 206 1, 46 | nature and ~art. For in every operation of nature and art some form 207 1, 46 | nothing; and thus in every operation of ~nature and art there 208 1, 46 | is not produced by the ~operation of nature; and therefore 209 1, 46 | accordingly, that to each operation of ~nature is joined creation. 210 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The operation of nature takes place only 211 1, 48 | are many. Likewise when operation is concerned, if the ~means 212 1, 48 | things is presupposed to the operation whereby He gives being to ~ 213 1, 49 | thing; the second act is its operation. Therefore evil also is 214 1, 49 | the withdrawal of the due operation, either because it ~does 215 1, 49 | subtraction of the due operation in voluntary things has 216 1, 49 | injury to the ~agent in his operation; and thus both are contained 217 1, 49 | and the ultimate act ~is operation, or the use of something 218 1, 49 | of man consists in good operation, or the good use of ~something 219 1, 51 | kind of matter. For the operation belonging to anything is 220 1, 51 | an altogether immaterial ~operation, as appears from its object, 221 1, 51 | gathered from its intellectual ~operation; for since everything acts 222 1, 51 | according as it is actual, the ~operation of a thing indicates its 223 1, 51 | species and ~nature of the operation is understood from the object. 224 1, 55 | sometimes also for a vital operation, that is, for one whereby ~ 225 1, 55 | into substance, power, and operation." Therefore substance, ~ 226 1, 55 | Therefore substance, ~power, and operation, are all distinct in them.~ 227 1, 55 | operative power is compared is ~operation. But in the angel to understand 228 1, 55 | as to exist, ~nor is any operation in him, nor in any other 229 1, 55 | any creature its power of operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 230 1, 55 | itself, whereas the power of operation regards ~accidental being. 231 1, 56 | but for the purpose of operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 232 1, 59 | object required for unity of operation. Now it happens that ~several 233 1, 59 | are they grasped ~by one operation, nor all at once. In another 234 1, 59 | intellect all at once and by one operation; as long as the entire ~ 235 1, 59 | discursive intellectual operation; that is to say, ~as they 236 1, 61 | is self-centered in its operation; for we behold ~every agent 237 1, 61 | preservation. But nature's ~operation would not be self-centered 238 1, 61 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Nature's operation is self-centered not merely 239 1, 63 | which it is brought by its ~operation; consequently, according 240 1, 63 | which it had to come by its operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 241 1, 63 | grace is required; but the operation of ~God, Who draws the soul 242 1, 63 | Providence, were ~produced by the operation of God, were created in 243 1, 63 | glory is the end of the ~operation of nature helped by grace. 244 1, 63 | stands not as the end of ~operation, because it is not of works, 245 1, 63 | the principle of right ~operation. Therefore it was fitting 246 1, 63 | attains its last end by its operation. Such operation leading ~ 247 1, 63 | end by its operation. Such operation leading ~to the end is either 248 1, 63 | as a nature endures, its operation remains. But ~beatitude 249 1, 63 | in acquired habits, the operation preceding ~the habit is 250 1, 63 | productive of the habit; but the operation from an acquired ~habit 251 1, 64 | have none but a natural operation. ~Therefore as there can 252 1, 64 | thing begins to have its operation in the first ~instant of 253 1, 64 | angel could also have his operation ~in the first instant of 254 1, 64 | of his creation. Now this operation was either ~ordinate or 255 1, 64 | seems impossible for each operation to terminate in the one ~ 256 1, 64 | existence, ~nevertheless, that operation which begins with the existence 257 1, 64 | existence have a ~defective operation; just as the leg, which 258 1, 64 | understood to respond to the operation of the ~angelic mind, whereby 259 1, 64 | but not morning. This ~operation was good in them all. From 260 1, 64 | good in them all. From such operation some of them were ~converted 261 1, 71 | apprehended through its operation, which is to a ~certain 262 1, 72 | end, which is either ~an operation, as the end of the harpist 263 1, 72 | that is attained by an operation, as the end of the builder 264 1, 72 | form is the principle of operation. Now the final ~perfection, 265 1, 72 | completion as regards their operation, to the ~seventh. It may 266 1, 72 | On the one ~hand, every operation may be called a movement, 267 1, 74 | substances - essence, power, and operation - we ~shall treat first 268 1, 74 | of what belongs to its operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] Out. 269 1, 74 | subsistent, it would have some ~operation apart from the body. But 270 1, 74 | the body. But it has no operation apart from the ~body, not 271 1, 74 | principle of ~intellectual operation which we call the soul, 272 1, 74 | or the ~intellect has an operation "per se" apart from the 273 1, 74 | which subsists can have an operation "per se." For nothing can 274 1, 74 | operate "per se." Hence the operation of the parts is through 275 1, 74 | of brute animals has an ~operation apart from the body.~Aquin.: 276 1, 74 | sensitive soul has no "per se" operation of its own, ~and that every 277 1, 74 | its own, ~and that every operation of the sensitive soul belongs 278 1, 74 | not subsistent. For the operation of anything follows ~the 279 1, 74 | process of intellectual ~operation the body is weary, this 280 1, 74 | intellect requires the operation of the sensitive powers 281 1, 74 | power, ~commands motion. The operation of this power in the sensitive 282 1, 74 | it were supposed that the operation of the ~sensitive soul were 283 1, 74 | that sensation is not the operation of ~the soul only. Since, 284 1, 74 | Since, then, sensation is an operation of man, but not ~proper 285 1, 74 | is without its own proper operation. But the ~operation proper 286 1, 74 | proper operation. But the ~operation proper to the soul, which 287 1, 74 | a phantasm is the proper operation of ~the soul by virtue of 288 1, 74 | requires the body for its ~operation, proves that the soul is 289 1, 75 | principle ~of intellectual operation is the form of the human 290 1, 75 | of which ~presupposes the operation of the intellect. The reason 291 1, 75 | form. Thus from the very operation of the ~intellect it is 292 1, 75 | each thing is shown by its operation. Now the proper ~operation 293 1, 75 | operation. Now the proper ~operation of man as man is to understand; 294 1, 75 | man must consist in this operation as properly ~belonging to 295 1, 75 | is the principle of this operation. But the species of anything 296 1, 75 | matter by its power and its operation; hence we find that the 297 1, 75 | mixed body has another operation not caused by its elemental 298 1, 75 | the fact that it has ~an operation and a power in which corporeal 299 1, 75 | of that one man, by one ~operation, understands the nature 300 1, 75 | diversity of intellectual operation in this man and that man. ~ 301 1, 75 | the fact that when one ~operation of the soul is intense it 302 1, 75 | the second act, which is operation; for ~such a potentiality " 303 1, 75 | a ~proof whereof is its operation in which corporeal matter 304 1, 75 | reason ~of its intellectual operation considered as such; but 305 1, 75 | form is the principle of ~operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 306 1, 75 | which is adapted to the operation of such a power.~Aquin.: 307 1, 76 | into essence, power, and operation." Much more, then, in the ~ 308 1, 76 | genus of ~substance. Now the operation of the soul is not in the 309 1, 76 | belongs to God alone, whose operation is His own ~substance. Wherefore 310 1, 76 | is the principle of His ~operation is the Divine Essence itself. 311 1, 76 | the immediate principle of operation, whatever has a soul would 312 1, 76 | powers, we find that the ~operation of one depends on the operation 313 1, 76 | operation of one depends on the operation of another. But the action 314 1, 76 | necessity "the subject of operation," as ~again the Philosopher 315 1, 76 | was that sensation is an operation proper ~to the soul, just 316 1, 77 | distinguished accordingly as the operation of the soul transcends the ~ 317 1, 77 | the soul transcends the ~operation of the corporeal nature 318 1, 77 | There exists, therefore, an operation of the soul ~which so far 319 1, 77 | corporeal organ; and such is the operation of the "rational soul." ~ 320 1, 77 | Below this, there is another operation of the soul, which is indeed ~ 321 1, 77 | quality, ~and this is the operation of the "sensitive soul"; 322 1, 77 | in such a way that the ~operation of the senses takes place 323 1, 77 | Yet this transcends the operation of the ~corporeal nature; 324 1, 77 | moves itself. Such is the operation of ~the "vegetative soul"; 325 1, 77 | the ~object of the soul's operation may be considered in a triple 326 1, 77 | the soul's powers have an operation ~in regard not merely to 327 1, 77 | the object of the soul's ~operation, must be related to the 328 1, 77 | extrinsic as to the term of its operation and movement; for ~every 329 1, 77 | for which body a triple operation of the soul is required. ~ 330 1, 77 | sensitive soul, which has an operation ~extending to extrinsic 331 1, 77 | have said above (A[1]), the operation of the ~vegetative principle 332 1, 77 | become colored. Now, for the ~operation of the senses, a spiritual 333 1, 77 | principle of the ~soul's operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 334 1, 77 | have never seen. But this ~operation is not to be found in animals 335 1, 77 | Reply OBJ 4: Although the operation of the intellect has its 336 1, 78 | the immediate principle of operation, ~when operation itself 337 1, 78 | principle of operation, ~when operation itself is its being: for 338 1, 78 | being: for as power is to operation as its ~act, so is the essence 339 1, 78 | sensitive in its mode of operation either ~through a corporeal 340 1, 78 | above (Q[78], A[1]), has an operation ~extending to universal 341 1, 78 | luminous medium. But in the operation of the ~intellect there 342 1, 78 | practice in this sort ~of operation; since through one thing 343 1, 78 | something else, or to some ~operation; and this is called "intention." 344 1, 78 | whether it be directed to operation or not, and according ~to 345 1, 78 | what it apprehends, not to operation, but to the consideration 346 1, 78 | directs what it apprehends to operation. And this is what the ~Philosopher 347 1, 78 | is good directed to the operation, and under the ~aspect of 348 1, 78 | directs the known truth to operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 349 1, 80 | the appetite: since the operation of the ~apprehensive power 350 1, 80 | that apprehends: while the operation of the ~appetitive power 351 1, 80 | desirable. Therefore the operation of the apprehensive ~power 352 1, 80 | likened to rest: whereas the operation of the appetitive power ~ 353 1, 80 | movement we ~understand the operation of the appetitive power: 354 1, 82 | denominates a power ready for operation, ~and in this sense faculty 355 1, 83 | apparent from the ~very operation of the intellect, whose 356 1, 83 | unreasonable that the natural operation of a thing be ~totally hindered 357 1, 83 | for the latter's proper operation which is to ~understand: 358 1, 83 | sense has not its proper ~operation without the cooperation 359 1, 83 | said, but by some kind of operation. For Democritus maintained ~ 360 1, 83 | Democritus maintained ~that every operation is by way of a discharge 361 1, 83 | that the intellect has an operation ~which is independent of 362 1, 83 | cause ~the intellectual operation according to Aristotle, 363 1, 83 | sense that the intellectual operation is effected ~in us by the 364 1, 83 | by the mere intellectual operation is effected in us by the 365 1, 83 | the ~imagination has an operation which belongs to the soul 366 1, 83 | nevertheless there is in man an operation which by synthesis and analysis ~ 367 1, 84 | impression only, and thus the operation of the senses takes ~place 368 1, 84 | operations, according as one operation succeeds another. And this ~ 369 1, 84 | intellect has need in its ~operation: for those in whom the imaginative, 370 1, 86 | intellect ~consists in its own operation: for this is not an act 371 1, 87 | that happiness ~is "an operation according to perfect virtue"; 372 1, 88 | the soul had ~no proper operation, it could not be separated 373 1, 88 | therefore it has a proper operation and ~above all, that which 374 1, 88 | have an existence and ~an operation suitable to its nature. 375 1, 90 | which is reason's proper operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 376 1, 91 | animals there is a vital operation nobler than generation, ~ 377 1, 91 | and that is ~intellectual operation. Therefore there was greater 378 1, 91 | natural ~and pleasurable operation. Much more, therefore, was 379 1, 93 | because the ~intellectual operation of the soul has a natural 380 1, 93 | thereof, our intellectual operation can be known perfectly, 381 1, 93 | through the intellectual operation itself, the ~human intellect 382 1, 93 | virtue of some ~supernatural operation. We need not, however, follow 383 1, 97 | multiplied without coition by the operation of the ~Divine Power. He 384 1, 99 | unless nature fails in its ~operation, which would not have occurred 385 1, 100 | needs it for its proper operation; and ~this would not be 386 1, 102 | under movement we ~include operation. And things need governing 387 1, 102 | 1): "Some ends are an ~operation; some are a work" - i.e. 388 1, 102 | work" - i.e. produced by an operation. But nothing ~can be produced 389 1, 102 | universe outside itself; and operation ~exists in the agent. Therefore 390 1, 102 | some arts consists in the operation itself, as the end of ~a 391 1, 102 | and ~everything by its own operation and effort tends to good 392 1, 103 | not kept ~in being by the operation of the Divine power, as 393 1, 104 | principle of ~the intellectual operation, called the movement of 394 1, 104 | principle of intellectual operation in the ~intelligent being; 395 1, 104 | OBJ 1: The intellectual operation is performed by the intellect 396 1, 104 | Therefore if the creature's operation is from God operating in ~ 397 1, 104 | maker is the cause of the operation of the thing ~made, as giving 398 1, 104 | God is the ~cause of the operation of things made by Him, this 399 1, 104 | purposeless, if they lacked an operation proper to them; since ~the 400 1, 104 | purpose of everything is its operation. For the less perfect is ~ 401 1, 104 | is for ~the sake of its operation, which is the second act; 402 1, 104 | the second act; and thus operation is ~the end of the creature. 403 1, 104 | things have their proper operation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 404 1, 104 | an end. For since every operation is for the sake of ~some 405 1, 104 | Himself is the cause of ~every operation as its end. Again it is 406 1, 104 | their forms and powers to operation, just ~as the workman applies 407 1, 104 | follow from this that the operation of secondary agents is ~ 408 1, 105 | concur in the intellectual operation, as we have ~said (Q[105], 409 1, 105 | all save by ~God. For the operation of the will is a certain 410 1, 106 | moves the intellect to its operation. Now an ~intelligible object 411 1, 106 | But speech is an angelic operation. Therefore, as an angel 412 1, 106 | consists in an intellectual operation, ~as explained above (AA[ 413 1, 106 | 3). And the intellectual operation of an ~angel abstracts from 414 1, 106 | even our own intellectual ~operation takes place by abstraction 415 1, 107 | between the essence and the operation, and in that sense all the ~ 416 1, 107 | things exist in every kind of operation. So Dionysius, ~considering 417 1, 109 | of a ~fever without the operation of nature. Therefore the 418 1, 110 | Reply OBJ 3: Intellectual operation and enlightenment can be 419 1, 110 | principle of the intellectual operation. In like manner not everyone 420 1, 110 | sometimes by the ~angelic operation the similitudes of things 421 1, 110 | senses. For the ~sensitive operation is a vital operation. But 422 1, 110 | sensitive operation is a vital operation. But such an operation does 423 1, 110 | vital operation. But such an operation does not ~come from an extrinsic 424 1, 110 | Therefore the sensitive operation ~cannot be caused by an 425 1, 110 | Further, the sensitive operation is nobler than the nutritive. ~ 426 1, 110 | principle of the sensitive operation cannot be without ~the interior 427 1, 111 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: An operation can be intellectual in two 428 1, 111 | as contemplation; such an operation ~does not demand to occupy 429 1, 111 | actions by intellectual operation alone. Hence it follows 430 1, 113 | alike be produced by the operation of the ~demons, by the employment 431 1, 113 | reality be effected by the ~operation of the demons; for instance, 432 1, 113 | seems to be effected by the ~operation of demons, it is not real 433 1, 116 | an accompanying corporeal operation. But the apprehension of ~ 434 1, 117 | subsistent, having being and operation of itself. For thus, as ~ 435 1, 117 | thus, as ~having being and operation of itself, to be made would 436 1, 117 | namely, that being and operation are ~proper to the sensitive 437 1, 117 | transcends matter; for it ~has an operation in which the body takes 438 1, 117 | use ~of the body in its operation. Now the body has nothing 439 1, 117 | nothing whatever to do in ~the operation of the intellect. Therefore 440 1, 117 | intellectual soul has an operation independent of the ~body, 441 1, 117 | necessary to it for ~the operation of the sensitive part: whereas 442 1, 118 | virtue of a man, but ~by the operation of the Holy Ghost. For " 443 2, 1 | execution is that wherein operation has its ~beginning; and 444 2, 3 | created, whether it is an operation?~(3) Whether it is an operation 445 2, 3 | operation?~(3) Whether it is an operation of the sensitive, or only 446 2, 3 | intellectual part?~(4) If it be an operation of the intellectual part, 447 2, 3 | part, whether it is an ~operation of the intellect, or of 448 2, 3 | the will?~(5) If it be an operation of the intellect, whether 449 2, 3 | intellect, whether it is an operation ~of the speculative or of 450 2, 3 | intellect?~(6) If it be an operation of the speculative intellect, 451 2, 3 | Whether happiness is an operation?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[2] 452 2, 3 | that happiness is not an operation. For the Apostle ~says ( 453 2, 3 | everlasting." But life is not an operation, but the very being of ~ 454 2, 3 | is happiness, is not an ~operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[2] 455 2, 3 | state does ~not indicate operation. Therefore happiness is 456 2, 3 | Therefore happiness is not an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[2] 457 2, 3 | perfection. But the meaning of operation does not ~imply anything 458 2, 3 | Therefore happiness is not an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[2] 459 2, 3 | remains in the happy one. Now operation does ~not remain, but passes. 460 2, 3 | Therefore happiness is not an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[2] 461 2, 3 | Therefore happiness is not an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[2] 462 2, 3 | uninterruptedly. But human ~operation is often interrupted; for 463 2, 3 | Therefore happiness is not an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[2] 464 2, 3 | that "happiness is ~an operation according to perfect virtue."~ 465 2, 3 | needs say that it is an operation. For happiness ~is man's 466 2, 3 | But it is evident that ~operation is the last act of the operator, 467 2, 3 | is said ~to be "for its operation" (De Coel ii, 3). Therefore 468 2, 3 | necessity consist in an operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[2] 469 2, 3 | Secondly, life means the operation of the living, by which ~ 470 2, 3 | of the living, by which ~operation the principle of life is 471 2, 3 | that it is by some kind of operation. And so it is that he ~proves 472 2, 3 | and "to cut." And ~such an operation cannot be happiness: for 473 2, 3 | be happiness: for such an operation is an action ~and a perfection, 474 2, 3 | of the agent. And such an operation can be ~happiness.~Aquin.: 475 2, 3 | since His very Being is His ~operation, whereby He enjoys no other 476 2, 3 | perfection is in respect of some operation, by which they are ~united 477 2, 3 | Uncreated Good: and this operation of theirs is one only ~and 478 2, 3 | perfection is in respect of an operation whereby man is united ~to 479 2, 3 | united ~to God: but this operation neither can be continual, 480 2, 3 | is it one only, because operation is multiplied by being discontinued. ~ 481 2, 3 | continual, everlasting operation. But in the present life, 482 2, 3 | unity and continuity of that operation so do we ~fall short of 483 2, 3 | much the greater, as the operation can be more ~continuous 484 2, 3 | actually engaged in this operation, yet since he can ~always 485 2, 3 | Whether happiness is an operation of the sensitive part, or 486 2, 3 | happiness consists in an operation of the senses also. For 487 2, 3 | there is no more excellent operation in man than that of ~the 488 2, 3 | except the intellective operation. But in us the intellective ~ 489 2, 3 | in us the intellective ~operation depends on the sensitive: 490 2, 3 | happiness consists in an operation ~of the senses also.~Aquin.: 491 2, 3 | which we attain by the operation of the senses. Therefore ~ 492 2, 3 | Therefore ~it seems that the operation of the senses is needed 493 2, 3 | operations. Therefore sensitive operation is required for happiness.~ 494 2, 3 | animals have the sensitive operation in ~common with us: but 495 2, 3 | not consist in a sensitive operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[3] 496 2, 3 | 3) consequently. Now the operation of ~sense cannot belong 497 2, 3 | cannot be united by an ~operation of his senses. Again, in 498 2, 3 | however, we attain through the operation of the senses.~Aquin.: SMT 499 2, 3 | in this life, since the operation of the ~intellect demands 500 2, 3 | intellect demands a previous operation of the sense; consequently,


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