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1 1, 1 | treat of angels, corporeal creatures and human morality. But 2 1, 1 | does not treat of God and creatures ~equally, but of God primarily, 3 1, 1 | of God primarily, and of creatures only so far as they are ~ 4 1, 1 | He can be known through creatures just as philosophers knew ~ 5 1, 1 | many other things, ~such as creatures and human morality. Therefore 6 1, 1 | OBJ 3: Further, the higher creatures are, the nearer they approach 7 1, 1 | be taken from the higher creatures, ~and not from the lower; 8 1, 2 | and especially of rational creatures, as is ~clear from what 9 1, 2 | concerns the procession of ~creatures from Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 4 | all things?~(3) Whether creatures can be said to be like God?~ 11 1, 4 | Thee, O Lord." But of all ~creatures the most excellent are those 12 1, 4 | Therefore still less can other creatures be said to be like God.~ 13 1, 4 | 2: God is not related to creatures as though belonging to a ~ 14 1, 4 | Reply OBJ 3: Likeness of creatures to God is not affirmed on 15 1, 4 | it may be admitted that creatures are in some sort ~like God, 16 1, 4 | admitted that God is like creatures; because, ~as Dionysius 17 1, 5 | name God, as he says, from ~creatures, as a cause from its effects. 18 1, 6 | Now a relation of God to creatures, is not a reality ~in God, 19 1, 8 | immediately created the first creatures, and these created the others. ~ 20 1, 9 | not in motion. But some ~creatures have already attained to 21 1, 9 | in heaven. Therefore some creatures are immovable.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 9 | possessed by ~another. For all creatures before they existed, were 23 1, 9 | for being, in that way all creatures are not ~mutable, but those 24 1, 9 | angels; and universally all ~creatures generally are mutable by 25 1, 10 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Spiritual creatures as regards successive affections 26 1, 12 | He is in the knowledge of creatures; concerning ~which there 27 1, 12 | vision is possessed by these creatures, ~they can see only corporeal 28 1, 12 | knoweth all these" (i.e. all creatures) "and knoweth ~not Thee! 29 1, 12 | essence ~understands any creatures in God, it must be informed 30 1, 12 | that His relationship with creatures so far as to be the ~cause 31 1, 12 | cause of them all; also that creatures differ from Him, inasmuch 32 1, 12 | caused by Him; and that creatures are not ~removed from Him 33 1, 13 | are applied to God and to creatures univocally or ~equivocally?~( 34 1, 13 | applied ~first to God or to creatures?~(7) Whether any names are 35 1, 13 | God; but we know God from creatures as their principle, and 36 1, 13 | can be named by us ~from creatures, yet not so that the name 37 1, 13 | we know and name God from creatures, the names we ~attribute 38 1, 13 | what belongs to material creatures, of which the ~knowledge 39 1, 13 | natural to us. And because in creatures of this kind what is ~perfect 40 1, 13 | signifying His relation ~to creatures manifestly do not at all 41 1, 13 | rather, the relation of creatures to Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 42 1, 13 | His relationship towards creatures: thus in the ~words, "God 43 1, 13 | intellect knows God from creatures, it knows Him as far as ~ 44 1, 13 | it knows Him as far as ~creatures represent Him. Now it is 45 1, 13 | Himself all the perfections of creatures, being Himself ~simply and 46 1, 13 | imperfect manner, even as creatures represent ~it imperfectly. 47 1, 13 | Whatever good we attribute to creatures, pre-exists in God," and 48 1, 13 | imperfect manner, even as creatures ~represent Him imperfectly.~ 49 1, 13 | processions ~of their perfections, creatures are the representations 50 1, 13 | represented in ~the perfections of creatures; and thus the names imposed 51 1, 13 | apply to God are taken from creatures; as was explained above ~( 52 1, 13 | A[1]). But the names of creatures are applied to God metaphorically, 53 1, 13 | perfections which flow from Him to creatures, which ~perfections are 54 1, 13 | more eminent way than in creatures. Now our ~intellect apprehends 55 1, 13 | apprehends them as they are in creatures, and as it apprehends ~them 56 1, 13 | properly than they ~belong to creatures, and are applied primarily 57 1, 13 | signification applies to creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 58 1, 13 | perfections ~flowing from God to creatures in such a way that the imperfect 59 1, 13 | imperfect way in ~which creatures receive the divine perfection 60 1, 13 | the relation of cause to creatures; for thus it would follow ~ 61 1, 13 | since it knows God from creatures, in order to ~understand 62 1, 13 | perfections flowing ~from God to creatures, which perfections pre-exist 63 1, 13 | and ~simply, whereas in creatures they are received and divided 64 1, 13 | different perfections of creatures, ~there corresponds one 65 1, 13 | different ~perfections of creatures in a various and manifold 66 1, 13 | what is said of God and of creatures is univocally predicated 67 1, 13 | things attributed to God and creatures are ~univocal. For every 68 1, 13 | what is said of God and creatures, is predicated univocally.~ 69 1, 13 | equivocal things. Therefore ~as creatures have a certain likeness 70 1, 13 | something can be said of God and creatures univocally.~Aquin.: SMT 71 1, 13 | God is homogeneous with ~creatures; and thus a word may be 72 1, 13 | univocally to God and to ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 73 1, 13 | sense that it belongs to creatures; for ~instance, wisdom in 74 1, 13 | for ~instance, wisdom in creatures is a quality, but not in 75 1, 13 | whatever is ~said of God and of creatures is predicated equivocally.~ 76 1, 13 | God is more distant from creatures than any creatures are from ~ 77 1, 13 | from creatures than any creatures are from ~each other. But 78 1, 13 | But the distance of some creatures makes any univocal ~predication 79 1, 13 | predicated ~univocally of God and creatures; and so only equivocal predication 80 1, 13 | impossible between God and ~creatures. The reason of this is that 81 1, 13 | perfections existing in creatures divided and multiplied, 82 1, 13 | univocally of God and of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 83 1, 13 | names applied to God and creatures in a ~purely equivocal sense, 84 1, 13 | so, it ~follows that from creatures nothing could be known or 85 1, 13 | names are said of ~God and creatures in an analogous sense, i.e. 86 1, 13 | things are said of God and creatures analogically, and not in 87 1, 13 | can name God only ~from creatures (A[1]). Thus whatever is 88 1, 13 | whatever is said of God and creatures, is ~said according to the 89 1, 13 | not necessary that God and creatures should be in the same ~genus.~ 90 1, 13 | predicated univocally of God and creatures; yet they do not ~prove 91 1, 13 | predicated primarily of creatures?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 92 1, 13 | predicated primarily of creatures rather ~than of God. For 93 1, 13 | of ideas." But we know ~creatures before we know God. Therefore 94 1, 13 | predicated primarily of creatures rather than of God.~Aquin.: 95 1, 13 | i): "We name God from ~creatures." But names transferred 96 1, 13 | But names transferred from creatures to God, are said ~primarily 97 1, 13 | are said ~primarily of creatures rather than of God, as " 98 1, 13 | names applied to God and creatures are applied ~primarily to 99 1, 13 | are applied ~primarily to creatures rather than to God.~Aquin.: 100 1, 13 | equally applied to God and creatures, are ~applied to God as 101 1, 13 | God as the cause of all creatures, as Dionysius says (De ~ 102 1, 13 | names are said primarily of creatures rather than of God.~Aquin.: 103 1, 13 | names applied to God ~and creatures. Therefore these names are 104 1, 13 | primarily to God rather ~than to creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 105 1, 13 | to God, are ~applied to creatures primarily rather than to 106 1, 13 | only similitudes to such creatures. For as "smiling" ~applied 107 1, 13 | only from what ~is said of creatures. But to other names not 108 1, 13 | would apply primarily to ~creatures rather than to God. But 109 1, 13 | primarily to God rather than to creatures, because these perfections 110 1, 13 | perfections flow ~from God to creatures; but as regards the imposition 111 1, 13 | primarily applied by us to creatures which we know first. Hence 112 1, 13 | signification which belongs to creatures, as said above ~(A[3]).~ 113 1, 13 | which imply relation to creatures are predicated of God ~temporally?~ 114 1, 13 | which imply relation to creatures are not ~predicated of God 115 1, 13 | as implying ~relation to creatures, the same rule holds good 116 1, 13 | that imply ~relation to creatures. But some names are spoken 117 1, 13 | implying relation ~of God to creatures from eternity; for from 118 1, 13 | names implying ~relation to creatures, as "Lord" and "Creator," 119 1, 13 | opposite relation which is in creatures; and ~nothing is named from 120 1, 13 | which are said of God and creatures are not simultaneous in ~ 121 1, 13 | which import relation to creatures are applied ~to God temporally, 122 1, 13 | order of creation, and all ~creatures are ordered to Him, and 123 1, 13 | conversely, it is manifest that ~creatures are really related to God 124 1, 13 | is no ~real relation to creatures, but a relation only in 125 1, 13 | only in idea, inasmuch as ~creatures are referred to Him. Thus 126 1, 13 | the opposite relations in ~creatures are real. Nor is it incongruous 127 1, 13 | perfections proceeding from God to creatures; but they do not signify ~ 128 1, 13 | seems to imply relation to creatures, ~for God is known to us 129 1, 13 | known to us only through creatures. But this name HE WHO IS ~ 130 1, 13 | imports no relation to creatures. Therefore this name HE 131 1, 13 | should import ~relation to creatures, but it suffices that they 132 1, 13 | perfections flowing from God to creatures. Among these the first is ~ 133 1, 14 | perfections flowing from God to creatures exist in ~a higher state 134 1, 14 | imperfect mode proper to ~creatures. Hence knowledge is not 135 1, 14 | divided and multiplied in creatures exists in ~God simply and 136 1, 14 | is higher than that of ~creatures, divine knowledge does not 137 1, 14 | divine essence excels all creatures. ~Hence it can be taken 138 1, 14 | diverse ways in which diverse creatures participate in, and imitate ~ 139 1, 14 | things created, it seems that creatures are eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 140 1, 14 | are, ~does God know all creatures spiritual and temporal, 141 1, 14 | knowledge of God is to all creatures what the knowledge of the 142 1, 14 | it ~does not follow that creatures are eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 143 1, 14 | all perfections found in ~creatures pre-exist in God in a higher 144 1, 14 | to infinity as ~rational creatures go on for ever.~Aquin.: 145 1, 14 | own power or in that ~of creatures, as said above (A[9]), it 146 1, 14 | according to the ~variation of creatures. Therefore the knowledge 147 1, 14 | according to the variation of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 148 1, 14 | like, import relations to ~creatures in so far as they are in 149 1, 14 | God ~imports relation to creatures in so far as they are in 150 1, 14 | understood as terminating in the creatures themselves, as they are 151 1, 14 | according to the variation of creatures. But "knowledge" and "love," 152 1, 15 | their relations to different creatures, it may be argued on the 153 1, 15 | then, ideas are many, but ~creatures temporal, then the temporal 154 1, 15 | relations are either real in creatures only, or in ~God also. If 155 1, 15 | or in ~God also. If in creatures only, since creatures are 156 1, 15 | in creatures only, since creatures are not from eternity, ~ 157 1, 15 | can be participated in by ~creatures according to some degree 158 1, 15 | manner as regards ~other creatures. So it is clear that God 159 1, 18 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Creatures are said to be in God in 160 1, 18 | our power are in us. And creatures ~are thus said to be in 161 1, 19 | above all things in His creatures. Therefore God wills ~evil.~ 162 1, 19 | permission appertain to all creatures in ~common, since God works 163 1, 19 | prohibition belong to rational creatures only. ~Therefore they do 164 1, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Rational creatures are masters of their own 165 1, 19 | as God ordains rational creatures to act ~voluntarily and 166 1, 19 | and of themselves. Other creatures act only as moved by the ~ 167 1, 20 | does not love irrational creatures with the ~love of desire, 168 1, 20 | friendship with irrational ~creatures, as the Philosopher shows ( 169 1, 20 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although creatures have not existed from eternity, 170 1, 20 | except towards rational creatures, ~who are capable of returning 171 1, 20 | exercised. But irrational creatures cannot attain to loving 172 1, 20 | does not love irrational creatures with ~the love of friendship; 173 1, 20 | orders them to rational creatures, and even to Himself. Yet 174 1, 20 | and amongst them rational creatures more, and of ~these especially 175 1, 20 | that ~God wills for His creatures, is not the divine essence. 176 1, 21 | due either to God, or to creatures, and in either way God pays ~ 177 1, 21 | there should be fulfilled in creatures ~what His will and wisdom 178 1, 21 | thereupon. For nothing is due to creatures, except for something ~pre-existing 179 1, 21 | His goodness bestow ~upon creatures what is due to them more 180 1, 21 | confers; because between creatures ~and God's goodness there 181 1, 21 | preserved in the change of creatures from ~non-existence to existence.~ 182 1, 22 | same of ~other irrational creatures. Thus everything cannot 183 1, 22 | towards an end, like rational creatures, through the ~possession 184 1, 22 | that individual ~irrational creatures escape the care of divine 185 1, 22 | causality is imparted even to creatures. Thus ~Plato's opinion, 186 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, all creatures are directed to their end 187 1, 23 | 22], AA[1],2). But other creatures are ~not said to be predestined 188 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 2: Irrational creatures are not capable of that 189 1, 23 | God loves all men and all creatures, inasmuch as He wishes ~ 190 1, 23 | in His creation; because creatures in themselves cannot attain 191 1, 23 | the species. Now of all creatures the rational creature ~is 192 1, 23 | that He may communicate ~to creatures the dignity of causality.~ 193 1, 23 | predestination can be furthered by ~creatures, but it cannot be impeded 194 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In creatures, power is the principle 195 1, 25 | But it is not good for creatures nor befitting them to be ~ 196 1, 26 | for those things which in creatures is ~manifold, pre-exist 197 1, 26 | created thing in beatified creatures; but in God, even in this 198 1, 26 | regards its act, in beatified creatures it is their ~supreme good, 199 1, 26 | possesses the ~admiration of all creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 200 1, 27 | to the mode of the lowest creatures, namely bodies, but ~from 201 1, 27 | similitude of the highest creatures, the intellectual ~substances; 202 1, 27 | We can name God only from creatures (Q[13], A[1]). As in ~creatures 203 1, 27 | creatures (Q[13], A[1]). As in ~creatures generation is the only principle 204 1, 27 | procession therefrom of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 205 1, 28 | God is the principle of creatures does not ~import any real 206 1, 28 | the creature; whereas in creatures there is a real ~relation 207 1, 28 | relation to God; because creatures are contained under the 208 1, 28 | if we ~consider even in creatures, relations formally as such, 209 1, 28 | accidental existence in creatures, when considered ~as transferred 210 1, 28 | accidental existence in creatures, relation really ~existing 211 1, 28 | relation which exists in creatures involves not only ~a regard 212 1, 28 | the relations of God to creatures are not real in Him ~(Q[ 213 1, 29 | however, as it is applied to creatures, but in a ~more excellent 214 1, 29 | which, while giving them to ~creatures, we attribute to God; as 215 1, 29 | said univocally of God and creatures ~(Q[13], A[5]).~ 216 1, 30 | the absolute properties in creatures do not subsist, ~although 217 1, 30 | that sense as existing in ~creatures, one is part of two, and 218 1, 30 | whatever is said of God and of creatures, belongs to God ~in a more 219 1, 30 | more eminent manner than to creatures. But the numeral terms denote ~ 220 1, 30 | denote ~something real in creatures; therefore much more so 221 1, 30 | denotes something real in creatures, is a ~species of quantity, 222 1, 32 | natural reason except from ~creatures. Now creatures lead us to 223 1, 32 | except from ~creatures. Now creatures lead us to the knowledge 224 1, 32 | show that God produced creatures not because He needed them, 225 1, 32 | is related in one way to creatures, while creatures are related 226 1, 32 | way to creatures, while creatures are related to ~Him in divers 227 1, 32 | and servitude. Now, all creatures are related to ~God as His 228 1, 32 | are related to ~God as His creatures by one specific relation. 229 1, 33 | said of God ~first before creatures. But generation appears 230 1, 33 | generation appears to apply to creatures ~before God; because generation 231 1, 33 | are said of God before creatures as regards the ~thing signified, 232 1, 33 | numerically the same, whereas in ~creatures it is not numerically, but 233 1, 33 | is applied to God before ~creatures. Hence the very fact that 234 1, 33 | called the Father of some creatures, by reason only of a trace, 235 1, 33 | instance of irrational creatures, according to Job 38:28: " 236 1, 33 | imports the regard of God to ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 237 1, 33 | principle of the production of creatures. For as the ~word conceived 238 1, 33 | called the First Born of creatures. Hence the ~authority quoted 239 1, 33 | 1/2~I answer that, As in creatures there exist a first and 240 1, 34 | is expressed relation to creatures?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 241 1, 34 | and likewise also all ~creatures: as the intellect of a man 242 1, 34 | is called word. For thus creatures are said ~to do the word 243 1, 34 | Word" imports relation to creatures?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 244 1, 34 | not import relation to ~creatures. For every name that connotes 245 1, 34 | connotes some effect in creatures, is said ~of God essentially. 246 1, 34 | does not import relation to creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 247 1, 34 | whatever imports relation to creatures is said of God in ~time; 248 1, 34 | their various ~relations to creatures. Therefore if Word imports 249 1, 34 | Word imports relation to creatures, ~it follows that in God 250 1, 34 | this can only ~be because creatures are known by God. But God 251 1, 34 | Word implies relation to creatures. For God by knowing ~Himself, 252 1, 34 | the Father, but of ~all creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 253 1, 34 | God, whereas as ~regards creatures, it is both cognitive and 254 1, 34 | expressive ~and operative of creatures; and therefore it is said ( 255 1, 34 | its implying ~relation to creatures, so far as the essence is 256 1, 34 | Word imports relation to creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 257 1, 34 | the relation of God to creatures, which relation follows 258 1, 34 | this kind of relation to creatures is implied in the ~name 259 1, 34 | the relation ~of God to creatures are applied to Him in time; 260 1, 34 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Creatures are known to God not by 261 1, 34 | knowledge derived from ~the creatures themselves, but by His own 262 1, 34 | Word should proceed from creatures, although the Word ~is expressive 263 1, 34 | the Word ~is expressive of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 264 1, 34 | to signify relation to ~creatures; and therefore it is applied 265 1, 34 | consequently, relation to creatures, inasmuch as ~God, by understanding 266 1, 35 | invisible God, the firstborn of creatures" (Col. 1:15) and ~again: " 267 1, 36 | Hence also in the order of creatures produced, the ~beauty of 268 1, 37 | it imports a ~relation to creatures, and this belongs to the 269 1, 37 | speaks ~Himself, and His creatures; and that the Father and 270 1, 37 | understanding and loving ~all creatures.~ 271 1, 38 | creature united to God. Other ~creatures can be moved by a divine 272 1, 39 | above (Q[28], A[2]) ~in creatures relations are accidental, 273 1, 39 | distinction of "suppositum" in creatures ~by means of relations, 274 1, 39 | principles; because in ~creatures relations are not subsistent. 275 1, 39 | of signification. Now in ~creatures we say that every form belongs 276 1, 39 | upon their ~"supposita." In creatures, one form does not exist 277 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In creatures the one generated has not 278 1, 39 | essential ~attributes from creatures which are sources of knowledge 279 1, 39 | trace or image found in creatures for the manifestation of 280 1, 39 | the knowledge of God from ~creatures, must consider God according 281 1, 39 | to the mode derived from ~creatures. In considering any creature 282 1, 39 | pours out ~upon us mere creatures His immense bounty and wealth." 283 1, 39 | we ~consider what is in creatures. For "power" has the nature 284 1, 40 | exists as ~regards what in creatures are distinct. For, since 285 1, 40 | resulting therefrom; as also in creatures the properties manifest 286 1, 40 | only as distinguished ~from creatures; as the Jews understand 287 1, 41 | designate the proceeding of creatures from Him, ~belong to His 288 1, 41 | will of ~God gave to all creatures their substance: but perfect 289 1, 41 | the ~first-born before all creatures": and further on (Ecclus. 290 1, 41 | Body Para. 2/2~That certain creatures made by God out of nothing 291 1, 41 | wisdom given by God ~to creatures: for it is said, "He created 292 1, 42 | Son. But in reference to creatures, Dionysius says (Div. ~Nom. 293 1, 42 | paternal authority; whereas "creatures are subject by their created ~ 294 1, 42 | 1: What is contained in creatures does not sufficiently ~represent 295 1, 42 | perfection in nature. In creatures, ~for instance, we see that 296 1, 43 | not ~before, as occurs to creatures; or begins to exist where 297 1, 43 | exists otherwise in some creatures than in others, unless ~ 298 1, 43 | reason of those ~visible creatures more than any other person.~ 299 1, 43 | sent by reason of rational creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 300 1, 43 | processions to men by visible creatures, ~according to certain signs; 301 1, 43 | manifest by some visible ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 302 1, 43 | showed ~Himself in certain creatures as in signs especially made 303 1, 43 | whole Trinity makes those creatures, still ~they are made in 304 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 5: Those visible creatures were formed by the ministry 305 1, 43 | resided in those visible ~creatures as the one signified in 306 1, 44 | 44-49)~~THE PROCESSION OF CREATURES FROM GOD, AND OF THE FIRST 307 1, 44 | consider ~the procession of creatures from God. This consideration 308 1, 44 | 1) of the production of creatures; (2) of the distinction ~ 309 1, 44 | the mode of procession of creatures from the first cause; ~( 310 1, 44 | its exemplar cause. But creatures are far from ~being like 311 1, 44 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although creatures do not attain to a natural 312 1, 45 | is said, "The ~first of creatures is being." But the being 313 1, 45 | likeness. But immaterial creatures are more ~perfect than material 314 1, 45 | more ~perfect than material creatures, which nevertheless can 315 1, 45 | therefore can any other ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 316 1, 45 | Persons. But the causation of creatures ~is diversely attributed 317 1, 45 | Therefore the causation of creatures belongs to the Persons according 318 1, 45 | type of the productions of creatures inasmuch as they include 319 1, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether in creatures is necessarily found a trace 320 1, 45 | 1: It would seem that in creatures there is not necessarily 321 1, 45 | cannot be traced from the creatures, as was above ~stated (Q[ 322 1, 45 | trace of the Trinity in ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 323 1, 45 | Further, whatever is in creatures is created. Therefore if 324 1, 45 | the Trinity is found in creatures according to some of their ~ 325 1, 45 | cause. But the ~causality of creatures belongs to the common nature, 326 1, 45 | the Trinity appears in creatures."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 327 1, 45 | will. Therefore in rational creatures, possessing intellect ~and 328 1, 45 | Body Para. 2/2~But in all creatures there is found the trace 329 1, 45 | the divine persons from creatures, as we have said (Q[32], ~ 330 1, 45 | nature's productions are not creatures; which is heretical.~Aquin.: 331 1, 45 | products of nature are ~called creatures.~ 332 1, 46 | BEGINNING OF THE DURATION OF CREATURES (THREE ARTICLES)~Next must 333 1, 46 | beginning of the duration of creatures, ~about which there are 334 1, 46 | for treatment:~(1) Whether creatures always existed?~(2) Whether 335 1, 46 | Whether the universe of creatures always existed?~Aquin.: 336 1, 46 | seem that the universe of creatures, called the world, ~had 337 1, 46 | and what He wills about creatures is not among these, as was 338 1, 47 | considering the production of creatures, we come to the ~consideration 339 1, 47 | might be communicated to creatures, and ~be represented by 340 1, 47 | produced many and diverse ~creatures, that what was wanting to 341 1, 47 | is simple and uniform, in creatures is manifold and divided 342 1, 47 | hence the ~multiplication of creatures is necessary.~Aquin.: SMT 343 1, 47 | created only the rational creatures and ~all equal; and that 344 1, 47 | God. And so those rational creatures which were turned to God ~ 345 1, 47 | the universality of bodily creatures ~would not be the effect 346 1, 47 | God as communicated to ~creatures, but it would be for the 347 1, 47 | inequality; but nevertheless even creatures ~share in a certain equality - 348 1, 48 | spiritual and corporeal creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] Out. 349 1, 48 | which is ~the universe of creatures, is all the better and more 350 1, 48 | kind of evil. But in all creatures there is ~the defect of 351 1, 48 | Further, in irrational creatures there is neither fault nor 352 1, 48 | special way in rational creatures which have a will. ~Therefore 353 1, 50 | corporeal and spiritual creatures: ~firstly, the purely spiritual 354 1, 50 | corporeal. Now angels are God's creatures, ~as appears from Ps. 148: 355 1, 50 | must be some incorporeal creatures. For what is ~principally 356 1, 50 | principally intended by God in creatures is good, and this consists 357 1, 50 | should be ~intellectual creatures. Now intelligence cannot 358 1, 50 | between God and corporeal ~creatures. Now the medium compared 359 1, 50 | essential limits belongs to all ~creatures, both corporeal and spiritual. 360 1, 50 | Div. Nom. iv): "The first creatures are ~understood to be as 361 1, 50 | relatively infinite. Material creatures are infinite on the part 362 1, 55 | OBJ 1: There are images of creatures in the angel's mind, not, ~ 363 1, 55 | not, ~indeed derived from creatures, but from God, Who is the 364 1, 55 | God, Who is the cause of ~creatures, and in Whom the likenesses 365 1, 55 | in Whom the likenesses of creatures first exist. Hence ~Augustine 366 1, 56 | the forms of all spiritual creatures. So in every one of these ~ 367 1, 56 | one of these ~spiritual creatures, the forms of all things, 368 1, 56 | corporeal and spiritual creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 369 1, 56 | is seen in the mirror of creatures. As was already shown ~( 370 1, 56 | His likeness reflected in creatures, according to Rm. 1:20: ~" 371 1, 57 | Nom. 1). But among other creatures the ~angels are nearest 372 1, 58 | another; for they ~know creatures through the Word. Therefore 373 1, 58 | angels themselves are also creatures. Accordingly the ~existence 374 1, 60 | both ~man and angel and all creatures are comprised, because every 375 1, 61 | created before corporeal creatures?~(4) Whether the angels 376 1, 61 | divulged that ~there were creatures existing beyond corporeal 377 1, 61 | heretical. For God so produced creatures that He made ~them "from 378 1, 61 | produced the ~angels and other creatures by His being does not exclude 379 1, 61 | by necessity in producing creatures. Therefore ~He produced 380 1, 61 | the same time as corporeal creatures. For the angels are ~part 381 1, 61 | the mutual relationship of creatures makes up the good of the ~ 382 1, 61 | angelic creature before other creatures. At ~the same time the contrary 383 1, 61 | Reply OBJ 3: All corporeal creatures are one in matter; while 384 1, 61 | the nature of corporeal creatures."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 385 1, 61 | corporeal and spiritual creatures. Consequently spiritual 386 1, 61 | Consequently spiritual creatures were ~so created as to bear 387 1, 63 | rapacious; ~yet they are God's creatures. Therefore, although the 388 1, 63 | although the demons are God's creatures, they may be naturally wicked.~ 389 1, 65 | OF CREATION OF CORPOREAL CREATURES (FOUR ARTICLES)~From the 390 1, 65 | consideration of spiritual creatures we proceed to that of ~corporeal 391 1, 65 | proceed to that of ~corporeal creatures, in the production of which, 392 1, 65 | inquiry:~(1) Whether corporeal creatures are from God?~(2) Whether 393 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~Whether corporeal creatures are from God?~Aquin.: SMT 394 1, 65 | would seem that corporeal creatures are not from God. For it ~ 395 1, 65 | very good." But corporeal creatures are evil, since ~we find 396 1, 65 | it ~is harmful. Corporeal creatures, therefore, are not from 397 1, 65 | us to Him. But corporeal creatures withdraw us from God. Hence 398 1, 65 | which are seen." ~Corporeal creatures, therefore, are not from 399 1, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: All the creatures of God in some respects 400 1, 65 | immovable. For ~corruptible creatures endure for ever as regards 401 1, 65 | form. But incorruptible ~creatures endure with respect to their 402 1, 65 | affections, as spiritual creatures. But the Apostle's words, " 403 1, 65 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Corporeal creatures according to their nature 404 1, 65 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Creatures of themselves do not withdraw 405 1, 65 | it is said (Wis. 14:11): "Creatures are turned into a snare 406 1, 65 | would seem that corporeal creatures were not made on account ~ 407 1, 65 | lesser good. But spiritual creatures are ~related to corporeal 408 1, 65 | are ~related to corporeal creatures, as the greater good to 409 1, 65 | to the lesser. ~Corporeal creatures, therefore, are created 410 1, 65 | for the sake of spiritual ~creatures, and not on account of God' 411 1, 65 | free-will. Now, corporeal ~creatures are unequal to spiritual 412 1, 65 | are unequal to spiritual creatures. Therefore the former were ~ 413 1, 65 | Archon ii.] that corporeal ~creatures were not made according 414 1, 65 | of the sin of spiritual creatures. For he maintained that 415 1, 65 | beginning made spiritual creatures only, and all of equal nature; ~ 416 1, 65 | of each kind of corporeal creatures, subjoins, "God saw that ~ 417 1, 65 | follow, if other spiritual ~creatures had sinned in the same way 418 1, 65 | universe is constituted by all creatures, as a whole consists of 419 1, 65 | for the nobler, as ~those creatures that are less noble than 420 1, 65 | glory of God. Reasonable ~creatures, however, have in some special 421 1, 65 | Therefore that corporeal creatures were, in a manner, made 422 1, 65 | universe, has set therein creatures of various and unequal natures, ~ 423 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~Whether corporeal creatures were produced by God through 424 1, 65 | would seem that corporeal creatures were produced by God ~through 425 1, 65 | produces like. It then all creatures, both spiritual and ~corporeal, 426 1, 65 | would be no diversity ~in creatures, for one would not be further 427 1, 65 | finite power of spiritual creatures: for in suchlike ~beings 428 1, 65 | are understood corporeal creatures. These, ~therefore, were 429 1, 65 | Some have maintained that creatures proceeded from God by ~degrees, 430 1, 65 | production of corporeal creatures. But this position is untenable, 431 1, 65 | production of corporeal creatures is by creation, by which ~ 432 1, 65 | grades are constituted in ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 433 1, 65 | essentially, whereas corporeal creatures have forms by participation. ~ 434 1, 65 | intellect of spiritual creatures (called "intelligences" 435 1, 65 | production of corporeal creatures no ~transmutation from potentiality 436 1, 66 | the formation of corporeal creatures ~was effected by the work 437 1, 66 | was wanting to corporeal creatures, for which reason they are 438 1, 66 | order in the ~disposition of creatures by developing perfection 439 1, 66 | the order of corporeal ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 440 1, 66 | the movement of corporeal creatures is secured by ~the multiplication 441 1, 66 | spiritual and ~corporeal creatures were created at the beginning 442 1, 67 | production of spiritual creatures was ~purposely omitted by 443 1, 67 | nobler than all corporeal ~creatures; for they would have paid 444 1, 67 | the formation of spiritual creatures, ~not, indeed, with the 445 1, 68 | these waters are rational creatures, ~but that "the thoughtful 446 1, 68 | fire, hail, ~and other like creatures, are invoked in the same 447 1, 68 | constituted the natures of His creatures, not how ~far it may have 448 1, 69 | afterwards, by governing His ~creatures, in the work of propagation, " 449 1, 70 | proper act, or for ~other creatures, or for the whole universe, 450 1, 70 | changes ~effected in corporeal creatures, but not of those changes 451 1, 71 | and therefore there are creatures of intermediate type between ~ 452 1, 72 | forth the living four-footed creatures."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 453 1, 72 | found in different ~living creatures can be discovered from the 454 1, 72 | not call fishes "living creatures," but "creeping ~creatures 455 1, 72 | creatures," but "creeping ~creatures having life"; whereas it 456 1, 72 | call land animals "living ~creatures" on account of their more 457 1, 72 | already been said of ~other creatures might be understood of him. 458 1, 73 | day, not by creating new ~creatures, but by directing and moving 459 1, 73 | directing and moving His creatures to the work proper ~to them, 460 1, 73 | might ~have made many other creatures besides those which He made 461 1, 73 | causes, as those ~individual creatures that are now generated existed 462 1, 73 | ceased from creating new creatures on that day, for, as said ~ 463 1, 73 | preserving and providing ~for the creatures He has made, but not by 464 1, 73 | to ~the production of new creatures, and to the desire tending 465 1, 73 | therefore, in which God produced creatures deserved a blessing rather ~ 466 1, 73 | preserves and provides for the creatures He has ~made. Secondly, 467 1, 73 | which reason God said to the creatures ~which He blessed: "Increase 468 1, 73 | God's Providence over His creatures, securing the generation 469 1, 73 | because something ~is added to creatures by their multiplying, and 470 1, 73 | 2: In the first six days creatures were produced in their ~ 471 1, 74 | according to him, spiritual creatures are formed on the first ~ 472 1, 74 | the forming of spiritual creatures, two to that of ~corporeal 473 1, 74 | two to that of ~corporeal creatures, and three to the work of 474 1, 74 | after the production of creatures, in which light did not 475 1, 74 | not have been given before creatures had ~been produced that 476 1, 74 | came from God's love of His creatures, their ~existence and their 477 1, 74 | denote the threefold being of creatures; first, their being in ~ 478 1, 74 | the first distinction of creatures is described, divisions 479 1, 77 | spiritual and corporeal ~creatures; and therefore the powers 480 1, 77 | likeness, ~more than inferior creatures, in being able to acquire 481 1, 77 | falls short of more ~perfect creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 482 1, 37 | it imports a ~relation to creatures, and this belongs to the 483 1, 37 | speaks ~Himself, and His creatures; and that the Father and 484 1, 37 | understanding and loving ~all creatures.~ 485 1, 38 | creature united to God. Other ~creatures can be moved by a divine 486 1, 39 | above (Q[28], A[2]) ~in creatures relations are accidental, 487 1, 39 | distinction of "suppositum" in creatures ~by means of relations, 488 1, 39 | principles; because in ~creatures relations are not subsistent. 489 1, 39 | of signification. Now in ~creatures we say that every form belongs 490 1, 39 | upon their ~"supposita." In creatures, one form does not exist 491 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In creatures the one generated has not 492 1, 39 | essential ~attributes from creatures which are sources of knowledge 493 1, 39 | trace or image found in creatures for the manifestation of 494 1, 39 | the knowledge of God from ~creatures, must consider God according 495 1, 39 | to the mode derived from ~creatures. In considering any creature 496 1, 39 | pours out ~upon us mere creatures His immense bounty and wealth." 497 1, 39 | we ~consider what is in creatures. For "power" has the nature 498 1, 40 | exists as ~regards what in creatures are distinct. For, since 499 1, 40 | resulting therefrom; as also in creatures the properties manifest 500 1, 40 | only as distinguished ~from creatures; as the Jews understand


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