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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | signification of ~the word "God" is understood, it is at once seen that 2 1, 2 | soon as the word ~"God" is understood it exists mentally, it also 3 1, 2 | are ~clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made" ( 4 1, 6 | desire, it is not to be ~understood that every kind of good 5 1, 6 | God alone," this is to be understood of essential goodness, as ~ 6 1, 8 | thing, to be in place can be understood ~in a twofold sense; either 7 1, 8 | another sense it can be understood ~according as the adverb 8 1, 10 | eternity," ~this is to be understood of participated eternity. 9 1, 11 | But division comes to be understood from the very negation of 10 1, 12 | the likeness of the thing understood. Therefore, if God is ~seen 11 1, 12 | light, whether ~this be understood of the natural power, or 12 1, 12 | whatever can be signified or understood by the ~created intellect. 13 1, 12 | as the object actually understood, making the intellect in 14 1, 12 | eye seeth Thee," are to be understood of the mind's eye, ~as the 15 1, 12 | invisible things of ~God as understood by what is made; but as 16 1, 12 | to the mode of the thing ~understood, for whoever understands 17 1, 12 | this sense also are to be understood ~the words quoted from the 18 1, 12 | are known, but only one is understood." But what is seen in God, 19 1, 12 | what is seen in God, is understood; for God ~is seen by the 20 1, 12 | when many things can be understood by one ~idea, they are understood 21 1, 12 | understood by one ~idea, they are understood at the same time; as the 22 1, 12 | the parts of a whole are ~understood successively, and not all 23 1, 12 | same time, if each one is ~understood by its own idea; whereas 24 1, 12 | idea; whereas if all are understood under the one ~idea of the 25 1, 12 | idea of the whole, they are understood simultaneously. Now it was 26 1, 12 | one ~idea; but many things understood by one idea are understood ~ 27 1, 12 | understood by one idea are understood ~simultaneously, as in the 28 1, 13 | God as describing what is understood, not what is sensed. For 29 1, 13 | understand it. ~But God is not understood by us in this life in His 30 1, 13 | eminent way than can be understood or ~signified.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 13 | conceptions, ~imperfectly understood. Therefore although the 32 1, 13 | God are clearly seen being understood by the things that are ~ 33 1, 13 | relations in God should also be understood by us at the same time; 34 1, 13 | nature of the sun can be understood as existing in many subjects; 35 1, 13 | of a species, it can be understood as existing in many. But 36 1, 13 | being subsisting forms, if understood as they are in themselves, 37 1, 13 | on the ~part of the thing understood, or on the part of the one 38 1, 13 | as referring to the thing understood, the proposition is true, 39 1, 14 | the likeness of the thing understood, and ~makes it to be perfected 40 1, 14 | Himself," this is to be ~understood according to a certain similitude 41 1, 14 | in this sense, as if He understood Himself to be something ~ 42 1, 14 | neither great nor chiefly understood, and ~but secondary and 43 1, 14 | intellect, and the ~object understood, and the intelligible species, 44 1, 14 | which is not subsistent is ~understood, something not great is 45 1, 14 | something not great is understood; as when we understand our ~ 46 1, 14 | OBJ 2: Further, the object understood is the perfection of the 47 1, 14 | nobler, the nobler the object understood. ~But God is His own intellectual 48 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: The object understood is a perfection of the one ~ 49 1, 14 | which are other than God are understood by God, inasmuch as the ~ 50 1, 14 | not specified by what is understood ~in another, but by the 51 1, 14 | by the principal object understood in which other things ~are 52 1, 14 | which other things ~are understood. For the intellectual act 53 1, 14 | of the principal thing ~understood, which in God is nothing 54 1, 14 | is in the knower, may be ~understood in two ways. In one way 55 1, 14 | however the adverb 'so' be understood to import the mode (of ~ 56 1, 14 | as when we have actually understood ~anything, we turn ourselves 57 1, 14 | nevertheless many things may be understood in one (medium), as ~shown 58 1, 14 | are future, this must be understood according to the cause of ~ 59 1, 14 | the Philosopher must be understood as meaning ~that the intellect 60 1, 14 | immaterial," this ~is to be understood that it is immaterial as 61 1, 14 | the consequent must be understood as it is subject to the 62 1, 14 | knows is necessary." If ~understood of the saying, it is composite 63 1, 14 | everything is actually understood according as it is in the 64 1, 14 | upon the acts which are ~understood as terminating in the creatures 65 1, 14 | upon the acts which are understood ~to be in God; and therefore 66 1, 15 | be wise unless they are ~understood."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 67 1, 15 | forma." Hence by ideas are understood ~the forms of things, existing 68 1, 15 | operator as that which is understood, and not ~as the image whereby 69 1, 15 | the builder, ~is something understood by him, to the likeness 70 1, 15 | the divine mind, as things understood by it; as ~can be proved 71 1, 15 | inasmuch as many types are ~understood through the self-same essence.~ 72 1, 15 | also according as they are understood, and this is to understand 73 1, 15 | are in His ~intellect as understood by Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 74 1, 15 | distinguished, but relations understood by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 75 1, 16 | except in so far as ~it is understood. But this is the error of 76 1, 16 | conformed to the object understood, the aspect of the true ~ 77 1, 16 | intellect to the object understood, so that also ~the thing 78 1, 16 | so that also ~the thing understood is said to be true in so 79 1, 16 | the intellect. Now a thing understood may be in relation to an ~ 80 1, 16 | being; for being is not understood except under the aspect 81 1, 16 | of the true, this can be understood in two ways. In the ~one 82 1, 16 | being. For being cannot be understood, unless ~being is intelligible. 83 1, 16 | intelligible. Yet being can be understood while its ~intelligibility 84 1, 16 | intelligibility is not understood. Similarly, being when understood 85 1, 16 | understood. Similarly, being when understood is ~true, yet the true is 86 1, 16 | true, yet the true is not understood by understanding being.~ 87 1, 16 | always and everywhere, can be understood ~in two ways. In one way, 88 1, 16 | conformity to the thing understood. Now this conformity may 89 1, 17 | is composition of objects understood, there is truth and falsehood." 90 1, 17 | Augustine's ~words must be understood, "that he who is deceived, 91 1, 17 | as soon as the terms are understood, from the fact that the ~ 92 1, 18 | of the Philosopher may be understood either of ~the first movement, 93 1, 18 | God intellect, the thing understood, and the act of understanding, 94 1, 18 | Hence whatever is in God as understood is the very ~living or life 95 1, 18 | God are in Him as things understood, it follows that all things ~ 96 1, 18 | and inasmuch as ~they are understood by God; but not in so far 97 1, 19 | and its conclusion ~are understood separately from each other, 98 1, 19 | be ~saved," etc. can be understood in three ways. First, by 99 1, 19 | Secondly, they can be understood as applying to every class 100 1, 19 | Orth. ii, 29), ~they are understood of the antecedent will of 101 1, 19 | words of the Lord are to be understood ~metaphorically, and according 102 1, 19 | repent," His words must be ~understood metaphorically. For men 103 1, 23 | grace, this must not be understood as implying ~absolute impossibility: 104 1, 24 | The book of life may be understood in two senses. In one ~sense 105 1, 25 | created things, can be understood either under the notion 106 1, 25 | of power; as also it is understood under the notion of ~"suppositum" 107 1, 25 | all things," is rightly understood to mean that God can do ~ 108 1, 25 | is evil. But this must be understood either on a ~condition, 109 1, 25 | four feet." Or he may be understood to mean that God ~can do 110 1, 25 | befitting" and "just" may be understood in two ways: one, in ~direct 111 1, 26 | manner. For ~nothing else is understood to be meant by the term 112 1, 26 | will; ~now the object is understood as prior to the act of a 113 1, 26 | act, which is the thing understood; and the act itself ~which 114 1, 27 | procession has been differently understood. Some ~have understood it 115 1, 27 | differently understood. Some ~have understood it in the sense of an effect, 116 1, 27 | it; in which sense it was understood by Sabellius, who said that 117 1, 27 | conception of the object understood, a conception issuing from 118 1, 27 | therefore, is not to be ~understood from what it is in bodies, 119 1, 27 | hot. Rather it is to ~be understood by way of an intelligible 120 1, 27 | that the more a ~thing is understood, the more closely is the 121 1, 27 | made one with the object understood. Thus, ~as the divine intelligence 122 1, 27 | the likeness of the ~thing understood, although there be no identity 123 1, 27 | the ~object spoken of or understood is in the intelligent agent. 124 1, 27 | made actual by the ~object understood residing according to its 125 1, 27 | likeness of the object ~understood, as the thing generated 126 1, 27 | other processions can be understood in God according to ~goodness 127 1, 28 | operation alone in ~the objects understood are logical relations only, 128 1, 28 | intelligent ~agent to the object understood; and of the one willing 129 1, 28 | real relations in God are understood as coming from the ~intelligible 130 1, 28 | relations in God can be ~understood only in regard to those 131 1, 28 | relation; because the word is understood as ~proceeding by an intelligible 132 1, 28 | action; and not as a thing understood. For ~when we understand 133 1, 28 | conceives from the ~thing understood, is called the word.~Aquin.: 134 1, 28 | consequently also the relations understood. ~This does not apply to 135 1, 28 | Ideal relations exist as understood by God. Hence it does ~not 136 1, 29 | forasmuch as before it was fully understood by the Latins, the heretics 137 1, 29 | indirectly; for the Father is understood to exist "by Himself," as ~ 138 1, 30 | signify the substance thus ~understood, the Greeks use the name " 139 1, 30 | Three substances, lest we be understood to mean three essences or ~ 140 1, 30 | sense. Now multitude so understood has relation to the ~many 141 1, 31 | divine Trinity is to be understood both number and ~the persons 142 1, 31 | syncategorematical sense it can again be understood in several ways. For ~if 143 1, 31 | De Trin. vi, 9). Or, if understood of the person of ~the Father, 144 1, 33 | person of the Father, God is understood; but not conversely. But ~ 145 1, 33 | mind of the artist is first understood to proceed ~from the artist 146 1, 33 | alone, it must be further understood that the name "unbegotten" 147 1, 33 | another person; so that it be ~understood to imply negation in the 148 1, 33 | in God. Or that there be understood in the term "unbegotten" 149 1, 34 | Word, this is not to be understood ~in a strict sense; lest 150 1, 34 | that co-eternal Word is understood as not ~alone in God, but 151 1, 34 | spoken, but also the thing ~understood or signified by the word. 152 1, 34 | thing is spoken as being ~understood in the word, it belongs 153 1, 34 | intelligent agent to the thing understood, in which habitude no trace 154 1, 34 | by the form of the thing ~understood. In God, however, it means 155 1, 34 | intellect and the thing understood are altogether the same, 156 1, 34 | a habitude to the thing ~understood which in the word uttered 157 1, 34 | Person understands and is understood, and consequently ~is spoken 158 1, 34 | everything that is actually understood. Hence there are ~in ourselves 159 1, 36 | only. Yet this name may be understood as including a relation, 160 1, 36 | relations of origin are to be understood as of a "principle," ~and 161 1, 36 | explaining what those fathers had understood of the ~matter. Therefore, 162 1, 37 | For as when a thing is ~understood by anyone, there results 163 1, 37 | conception of the object understood, which conception we call 164 1, 37 | lover; as also the thing understood is ~in the one who understands; 165 1, 37 | but also as the ~object understood is in the one who understands, 166 1, 37 | understands the object ~understood, as appears in the word " 167 1, 37 | so that by "love" is ~understood the "love proceeding," and 168 1, 37 | proceeding," and by "to love" is understood "the ~spiration of the love 169 1, 38 | is this one's," ~can be understood in several senses. In one 170 1, 39 | that these genitives be understood as designating the ~form.~ 171 1, 39 | beings, if these terms are understood in an adjectival sense. 172 1, 39 | adjective "another" would be understood ~to apply to the substantive 173 1, 40 | order that two things be understood as distinct, their distinction ~ 174 1, 40 | their distinction ~must be understood as resulting from something 175 1, 40 | persons is not ~to be so understood as if what is common to 176 1, 40 | something is added, may be understood when the addition is taken 177 1, 40 | added to animal which can be understood if rational be ~taken away. 178 1, 40 | properties are not to ~be understood as added to the divine hypostases, 179 1, 40 | precisely because it is understood as subsisting in a rational ~ 180 1, 40 | that the notional acts are understood before the ~properties. 181 1, 40 | because ~origin, as passively understood, signifies the way to a 182 1, 41 | by the will, ~this can be understood in two senses. In one sense, 183 1, 41 | to the number of ideas ~understood. Hence the quality of the 184 1, 41 | principles which are naturally ~understood. But God naturally understands 185 1, 41 | was created," this may be understood ~not of Wisdom which is 186 1, 41 | immutability of the Father may be understood, and from ~generation the 187 1, 41 | neither ~can paternity be understood as that by which the Father 188 1, 42 | 1: These words are to be understood of Christ's human nature, ~ 189 1, 43 | however, the person sending is understood as the ~principle of the 190 1, 44 | for some beings can be understood ~without it; therefore they 191 1, 44 | advance was made when ~they understood that there was a distinction 192 1, 45 | thing; whereas what is ~understood as the term "wherefrom" 193 1, 45 | understanding, so that a thing is understood as ~first not existing at 194 1, 46 | OBJ 6: Passage is always understood as being from term to term. ~ 195 1, 46 | things in ~wisdom," it may be understood that God made all things 196 1, 46 | saying of the Philosopher is understood "of being ~made" by means 197 1, 47 | intelligence, inasmuch as it ~understood the first cause, produced 198 1, 47 | intelligence; and in so ~far as it understood itself as in potentiality 199 1, 47 | movement, and inasmuch as it understood itself as ~having actuality 200 1, 48 | Reply OBJ 2: "Not-being," understood negatively, does not require 201 1, 50 | The first creatures are ~understood to be as immaterial as they 202 1, 50 | same; so that it must be ~understood that the form of incorporeal 203 1, 50 | and nature. For a thing is understood according to its degree 204 1, 50 | kind of composition is ~understood to be in the angels; and 205 1, 50 | such as these can only be ~understood to be the angels. Therefore 206 1, 50 | nature of the operation is understood from the object. But an ~ 207 1, 51 | property of ~nature, that He is understood to exist without any material 208 1, 51 | iv) that "the angels are ~understood to be incorporeal."~Aquin.: 209 1, 51 | intelligible things may be understood according to similitude 210 1, 51 | the sons of God are to be understood the sons of Seth, who were 211 1, 53 | as though the light were understood to ~be moved to what is 212 1, 54 | intellect and the object understood are the same, at ~least 213 1, 54 | intellect and the thing understood, ~is one with the substance 214 1, 54 | the union of the ~object understood with the one who understands 215 1, 54 | authorities and the like are to be understood by ~way of similitude. Because, 216 1, 55 | is the same as the object understood." But the object understood 217 1, 55 | understood." But the object understood is the ~same as the one 218 1, 55 | regards that whereby it is ~understood. Therefore in things without 219 1, 55 | medium whereby the object is understood is the very substance of 220 1, 55 | is said to be the thing understood in act, not that the substance 221 1, 55 | same thing as ~the object understood," as to say that "the intellect 222 1, 55 | intellect in act is the thing ~understood in act"; for a thing is 223 1, 55 | for a thing is actually understood, precisely because ~it is 224 1, 55 | things. For everything understood is apprehended by some likeness 225 1, 55 | the cause of the object understood, or else caused by it. Now 226 1, 56 | not differ from the angel ~understood, since each is immaterial. 227 1, 56 | are clearly seen, being understood by the ~things that are 228 1, 57 | things. For ~the object understood is the perfection of him 229 1, 57 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The thing understood is the perfection of the 230 1, 57 | and angels, as the thing understood is in him who ~understands, 231 1, 57 | the former are actually ~understood, while the latter are understood 232 1, 57 | understood, while the latter are understood only potentially. But the ~ 233 1, 58 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing is understood unless the intellect be 234 1, 58 | Therefore many things cannot be understood ~altogether.~Aquin.: SMT 235 1, 58 | are distinct, ~cannot be understood at once; but in so far as 236 1, 58 | intelligible concept, they can be understood together. Now everything ~ 237 1, 58 | object, and therefore are understood simultaneously. ~But things 238 1, 58 | the mind are said to ~be understood [intelligi]; hence "intellect" 239 1, 58 | is multiplicity of things understood, there is ~composition of 240 1, 58 | is a multitude of things understood in the angelic mind; because 241 1, 58 | every multitude of things understood causes ~composition, but 242 1, 58 | multitude of such things understood that one of them ~is attributed 243 1, 58 | knowledge of the angels is to be understood, ~as Augustine says (Gen. 244 1, 58 | nature. This cannot be ~understood as if they drew their knowledge 245 1, 58 | to the unit of the thing understood; which, nevertheless, ~can 246 1, 59 | by the appetible object ~understood. Now the angels are immovable, 247 1, 60 | things capable ~of being understood, but only a few things from 248 1, 62 | the name of beatitude is understood the ultimate ~perfection 249 1, 62 | form in the angels can be understood either ~by comparison with 250 1, 62 | time. Or else it can be ~understood of the formation according 251 1, 63 | as God. ~But this can be understood in two ways: first, by equality; 252 1, 63 | sins of ~the demons are understood by the term darkness, must 253 1, 63 | instant in the angels is understood to respond to the operation 254 1, 64 | demons much less fully ~understood the mystery of the Incarnation, 255 1, 64 | continually"; and this is understood of the demons. ~Therefore 256 1, 64 | no one," this is to be understood of the fear of God which 257 1, 65 | are clearly seen, being ~understood by the things that are made" ( 258 1, 65 | and earth"; by which are understood corporeal creatures. These, ~ 259 1, 66 | Septuagint]; by ~which is understood the formlessness of matter, 260 1, 66 | Timaeus xxvi), nevertheless, understood air to be ~signified by 261 1, 66 | thing is something actually ~understood, which the heavenly bodies 262 1, 66 | empyrean heaven in the sense understood by modern writers.~Aquin.: 263 1, 67 | primary meaning, it is to be understood metaphorically when applied 264 1, 67 | as yet formless is to be understood by the word ~"heaven," and 265 1, 68 | on the second day can be understood in two senses. They may 266 1, 68 | two senses. They may be ~understood, first, of the starry firmament, 267 1, 68 | senses ~in which this may be understood. Augustine says (Gen. ad 268 1, 68 | infinite mass of water, understood as the principle of all 269 1, 68 | the water. For it may be understood from these words that over ~ 270 1, 68 | If by the firmament is understood the starry heaven, the ~ 271 1, 68 | if by the ~firmament is understood the cloudy region of the 272 1, 68 | of which the ~Apostle is understood to speak when he says of 273 1, 69 | firmament," by which is to be understood the impression of celestial ~ 274 1, 69 | duration in the works is to be understood, by which is meant that 275 1, 69 | order (so that water be understood as ~including certain other 276 1, 69 | Or, "one place" is to be ~understood not simply, but as contrasted 277 1, 70 | made on the first day is understood ~to be itself corporeal, 278 1, 70 | whole heaven and may be understood to have begun on that first 279 1, 72 | other creatures might be understood of him. Again, animals and 280 1, 72 | birds and fishes, could be understood of the beasts of the earth, 281 1, 73 | rest on the seventh day is ~understood in two ways. First, in that 282 1, 74 | since by creation is ~understood the production of formless 283 1, 74 | 33), by the heaven ~is understood the formless spiritual nature, 284 1, 74 | things being left ~to be understood, since all these move heavenwards, 285 1, 74 | the firmament is simply understood the cloudy region of the ~ 286 1, 74 | evening" and the "morning" are understood the evening and the morning ~ 287 1, 75 | Para. 2/2~It may also be understood in this sense, that this 288 1, 75 | separate form cannot be understood otherwise than as one of 289 1, 76 | But the form of the thing ~understood is not received into the 290 1, 76 | he or his ~phantasms are understood.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 291 1, 76 | OBJ 4: Further, the thing understood is in the intellect which ~ 292 1, 76 | distinct from yours, what is ~understood by me must be distinct from 293 1, 76 | be distinct from what is understood by you; and ~consequently 294 1, 76 | only ~potentially something understood; so that the common intention 295 1, 76 | be one or many, what is understood is ~one; for what is understood 296 1, 76 | understood is ~one; for what is understood is in the intellect, not 297 1, 76 | it is the stone ~which is understood, not the likeness of the 298 1, 76 | intellects understand one object understood. But there ~is this difference, 299 1, 76 | the nature of the thing understood is indeed ~outside the soul, 300 1, 76 | according to which it is understood. For the common ~nature 301 1, 76 | For the common ~nature is understood as apart from the individuating 302 1, 76 | opinion of Plato, the thing understood exists outside the soul 303 1, 76 | those under which it is understood; for he supposed ~that the 304 1, 76 | first among the acts must be understood ~as being first in matter. 305 1, 76 | existence, before it is ~understood as corporeal, and so on; 306 1, 76 | belong to ~existence are understood to exist before corporeity; 307 1, 76 | and thus ~dispositions are understood in matter before the form, 308 1, 76 | Wherefore matter, once ~understood as corporeal and measurable, 309 1, 76 | corporeal and measurable, can be understood as distinct in ~its various 310 1, 77 | essence ~and accident thus understood. In this sense the powers 311 1, 77 | a subject, this must be understood in the ~sense given above, 312 1, 77 | Secondly, they may be ~understood as determining the act of 313 1, 37 | For as when a thing is ~understood by anyone, there results 314 1, 37 | conception of the object understood, which conception we call 315 1, 37 | lover; as also the thing understood is ~in the one who understands; 316 1, 37 | but also as the ~object understood is in the one who understands, 317 1, 37 | understands the object ~understood, as appears in the word " 318 1, 37 | so that by "love" is ~understood the "love proceeding," and 319 1, 37 | proceeding," and by "to love" is understood "the ~spiration of the love 320 1, 38 | is this one's," ~can be understood in several senses. In one 321 1, 39 | that these genitives be understood as designating the ~form.~ 322 1, 39 | beings, if these terms are understood in an adjectival sense. 323 1, 39 | adjective "another" would be understood ~to apply to the substantive 324 1, 40 | order that two things be understood as distinct, their distinction ~ 325 1, 40 | their distinction ~must be understood as resulting from something 326 1, 40 | persons is not ~to be so understood as if what is common to 327 1, 40 | something is added, may be understood when the addition is taken 328 1, 40 | added to animal which can be understood if rational be ~taken away. 329 1, 40 | properties are not to ~be understood as added to the divine hypostases, 330 1, 40 | precisely because it is understood as subsisting in a rational ~ 331 1, 40 | that the notional acts are understood before the ~properties. 332 1, 40 | because ~origin, as passively understood, signifies the way to a 333 1, 41 | by the will, ~this can be understood in two senses. In one sense, 334 1, 41 | to the number of ideas ~understood. Hence the quality of the 335 1, 41 | principles which are naturally ~understood. But God naturally understands 336 1, 41 | was created," this may be understood ~not of Wisdom which is 337 1, 41 | immutability of the Father may be understood, and from ~generation the 338 1, 41 | neither ~can paternity be understood as that by which the Father 339 1, 42 | 1: These words are to be understood of Christ's human nature, ~ 340 1, 43 | however, the person sending is understood as the ~principle of the 341 1, 45 | for some beings can be understood ~without it; therefore they 342 1, 45 | advance was made when ~they understood that there was a distinction 343 1, 46 | thing; whereas what is ~understood as the term "wherefrom" 344 1, 46 | understanding, so that a thing is understood as ~first not existing at 345 1, 47 | OBJ 6: Passage is always understood as being from term to term. ~ 346 1, 47 | things in ~wisdom," it may be understood that God made all things 347 1, 47 | saying of the Philosopher is understood "of being ~made" by means 348 1, 48 | intelligence, inasmuch as it ~understood the first cause, produced 349 1, 48 | intelligence; and in so ~far as it understood itself as in potentiality 350 1, 48 | movement, and inasmuch as it understood itself as ~having actuality 351 1, 49 | Reply OBJ 2: "Not-being," understood negatively, does not require 352 1, 51 | The first creatures are ~understood to be as immaterial as they 353 1, 51 | same; so that it must be ~understood that the form of incorporeal 354 1, 51 | and nature. For a thing is understood according to its degree 355 1, 51 | kind of composition is ~understood to be in the angels; and 356 1, 51 | such as these can only be ~understood to be the angels. Therefore 357 1, 51 | nature of the operation is understood from the object. But an ~ 358 1, 52 | property of ~nature, that He is understood to exist without any material 359 1, 52 | iv) that "the angels are ~understood to be incorporeal."~Aquin.: 360 1, 52 | intelligible things may be ~understood according to similitude 361 1, 52 | the sons of God are to be understood the sons of Seth, who were 362 1, 54 | as though the light were understood to ~be moved to what is 363 1, 55 | intellect and the object understood are the same, at ~least 364 1, 55 | intellect and the thing understood, ~is one with the substance 365 1, 55 | the union of the ~object understood with the one who understands 366 1, 55 | authorities and the like are to be understood by ~way of similitude. Because, 367 1, 56 | is the same as the object understood." But the object understood 368 1, 56 | understood." But the object understood is the ~same as the one 369 1, 56 | regards that whereby it is ~understood. Therefore in things without 370 1, 56 | medium whereby the object is understood is the very substance of 371 1, 56 | is said to be the thing understood in act, not that the substance 372 1, 56 | same thing as ~the object understood," as to say that "the intellect 373 1, 56 | intellect in act is the thing understood in act"; for a thing is 374 1, 56 | for a thing is actually understood, precisely because ~it is 375 1, 56 | things. For everything understood is apprehended by some likeness 376 1, 56 | the cause of the object understood, or else caused by it. Now 377 1, 57 | not differ from the angel ~understood, since each is immaterial. 378 1, 57 | are clearly seen, being understood by the ~things that are 379 1, 58 | things. For ~the object understood is the perfection of him 380 1, 58 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The thing understood is the perfection of the 381 1, 58 | and angels, as the thing understood is in him who ~understands, 382 1, 58 | the former are actually ~understood, while the latter are understood 383 1, 58 | understood, while the latter are understood only potentially. But the ~ 384 1, 59 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing is understood unless the intellect be 385 1, 59 | Therefore many things cannot be understood ~altogether.~Aquin.: SMT 386 1, 59 | are distinct, ~cannot be understood at once; but in so far as 387 1, 59 | intelligible concept, they can be understood together. Now everything ~ 388 1, 59 | object, and therefore are understood simultaneously. ~But things 389 1, 59 | the mind are said to ~be understood [intelligi]; hence "intellect" 390 1, 59 | is multiplicity of things understood, there is ~composition of 391 1, 59 | is a multitude of things understood in the angelic mind; because 392 1, 59 | every multitude of things understood causes ~composition, but 393 1, 59 | multitude of such things understood that one of them ~is attributed 394 1, 59 | knowledge of the angels is to be understood, ~as Augustine says (Gen. 395 1, 59 | nature. This cannot be ~understood as if they drew their knowledge 396 1, 59 | to the unit of the thing understood; which, nevertheless, ~can 397 1, 60 | by the appetible object ~understood. Now the angels are immovable, 398 1, 61 | things capable ~of being understood, but only a few things from 399 1, 63 | the name of beatitude is understood the ultimate ~perfection 400 1, 63 | form in the angels can be understood either ~by comparison with 401 1, 63 | time. Or else it can be ~understood of the formation according 402 1, 64 | as God. ~But this can be understood in two ways: first, by equality; 403 1, 64 | sins of ~the demons are understood by the term darkness, must 404 1, 64 | instant in the angels is understood to respond to the operation 405 1, 65 | demons much less fully ~understood the mystery of the Incarnation, 406 1, 65 | continually"; and this is understood of the demons. ~Therefore 407 1, 65 | no one," this is to be understood of the fear of God which 408 1, 66 | are clearly seen, being ~understood by the things that are made" ( 409 1, 66 | and earth"; by which are understood corporeal creatures. These, ~ 410 1, 67 | Septuagint]; by ~which is understood the formlessness of matter, 411 1, 67 | Timaeus xxvi), nevertheless, understood air to be ~signified by 412 1, 67 | thing is something actually ~understood, which the heavenly bodies 413 1, 67 | empyrean heaven in the sense understood by modern writers.~Aquin.: 414 1, 68 | primary meaning, it is to be understood metaphorically when applied 415 1, 68 | as yet formless is to be understood by the word ~"heaven," and 416 1, 69 | on the second day can be understood in two senses. They may 417 1, 69 | two senses. They may be ~understood, first, of the starry firmament, 418 1, 69 | senses ~in which this may be understood. Augustine says (Gen. ad 419 1, 69 | infinite mass of water, understood as the principle of all 420 1, 69 | the water. For it may be understood from these words that over ~ 421 1, 69 | If by the firmament is understood the starry heaven, the ~ 422 1, 69 | if by the ~firmament is understood the cloudy region of the 423 1, 69 | of which the ~Apostle is understood to speak when he says of 424 1, 70 | firmament," by which is to be understood the impression of celestial ~ 425 1, 70 | duration in the works is to be understood, by which is meant that 426 1, 70 | order (so that water be understood as ~including certain other 427 1, 70 | Or, "one place" is to be ~understood not simply, but as contrasted 428 1, 71 | made on the first day is understood ~to be itself corporeal, 429 1, 71 | whole heaven and may be understood to have begun on that first 430 1, 71 | other creatures might be understood of him. Again, animals and 431 1, 71 | birds and fishes, could be understood of the beasts of the earth, 432 1, 72 | rest on the seventh day is ~understood in two ways. First, in that 433 1, 73 | since by creation is ~understood the production of formless 434 1, 73 | 33), by the heaven ~is understood the formless spiritual nature, 435 1, 73 | things being left ~to be understood, since all these move heavenwards, 436 1, 73 | the firmament is simply understood the cloudy region of the ~ 437 1, 73 | evening" and the "morning" are understood the evening and the morning ~ 438 1, 74 | Para. 2/2~It may also be understood in this sense, that this 439 1, 74 | separate form cannot be understood otherwise than as one of 440 1, 75 | But the form of the thing ~understood is not received into the 441 1, 75 | he or his ~phantasms are understood.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 442 1, 75 | OBJ 4: Further, the thing understood is in the intellect which ~ 443 1, 75 | distinct from yours, what is ~understood by me must be distinct from 444 1, 75 | be distinct from what is understood by you; and ~consequently 445 1, 75 | only ~potentially something understood; so that the common intention 446 1, 75 | be one or many, what is understood is ~one; for what is understood 447 1, 75 | understood is ~one; for what is understood is in the intellect, not 448 1, 75 | it is the stone ~which is understood, not the likeness of the 449 1, 75 | intellects understand one object understood. But there ~is this difference, 450 1, 75 | the nature of the thing understood is indeed ~outside the soul, 451 1, 75 | according to which it is understood. For the common ~nature 452 1, 75 | For the common ~nature is understood as apart from the individuating 453 1, 75 | opinion of Plato, the thing understood exists outside the soul 454 1, 75 | those under which it is understood; for he supposed ~that the 455 1, 75 | first among the acts must be understood ~as being first in matter. 456 1, 75 | existence, before it is ~understood as corporeal, and so on; 457 1, 75 | belong to ~existence are understood to exist before corporeity; 458 1, 75 | and thus ~dispositions are understood in matter before the form, 459 1, 75 | Wherefore matter, once ~understood as corporeal and measurable, 460 1, 75 | corporeal and measurable, can be understood as distinct in ~its various 461 1, 76 | essence ~and accident thus understood. In this sense the powers 462 1, 76 | a subject, this must be understood in the ~sense given above, 463 1, 76 | Secondly, they may be ~understood as determining the act of 464 1, 78 | since through one thing understood, other things come to be ~ 465 1, 78 | other things come to be ~understood, as from terms are made 466 1, 78 | intellect must ~be actually understood. Thus, therefore, according 467 1, 78 | part that is ~not actually understood: wherefore it would not 468 1, 78 | past, even as such, may be understood to be in the ~intellect, 469 1, 78 | understands that it previously understood: ~but not in the sense that 470 1, 78 | to advance from one thing understood to another, so as to know ~ 471 1, 78 | from certain things ~simply understood - namely, the first principles; 472 1, 78 | lower reason, as they are understood by ~Augustine, can in no 473 1, 78 | are clearly seen, being ~understood by the things that are made": 474 1, 78 | the soul to that which is understood is called invention, and ~ 475 1, 81 | words of Augustine are to be understood of the ~necessity of coercion. 476 1, 81 | that the ~idea of the thing understood is in the one who understands; 477 1, 81 | itself, in which is the idea understood; ~by comparison with such 478 1, 81 | passive; for good which ~is understood moves the will.~Aquin.: 479 1, 81 | the will, because the good understood is the object of ~the will, 480 1, 81 | truth, ~inasmuch as it is an understood truth, and truth in good, 481 1, 81 | concupiscence, and the like can be understood in two ~ways. Sometimes 482 1, 81 | And thus they are commonly understood, and ~in this sense they 483 1, 83 | that "bodies cannot be ~understood by the intellect; nor indeed 484 1, 83 | that ~the form of the thing understood is in the intellect under 485 1, 83 | words of Augustine are to be understood as referring ~to the medium 486 1, 83 | participates the thing ~understood: for, in a way, the intellect 487 1, 83 | intellect in act is the thing understood ~in act. Therefore what 488 1, 83 | itself and in its essence is understood in act, ~is the cause that 489 1, 83 | its essence is actually understood is a form existing without ~ 490 1, 84 | definition. But nothing can be understood apart from that ~which enters 491 1, 84 | material things cannot be ~understood apart from matter. Now matter 492 1, 84 | material things cannot be understood by ~abstraction of the universal 493 1, 84 | material things must needs be understood according as they are abstracted ~ 494 1, 84 | of the senses. For if we understood or said that ~color is not 495 1, 84 | therefore color can be understood independently of the apple. 496 1, 84 | otherwise" refers to the thing understood; for the intellect ~is false 497 1, 84 | existing: since the thing understood is immaterially in the ~ 498 1, 84 | intellect as that which is understood?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 499 1, 84 | intellect as that which is understood. For the ~understood in 500 1, 84 | is understood. For the ~understood in act is in the one who


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