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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | means that He is infinite goodness. If, therefore, God ~existed, 2 1, 2 | the cause of their being, goodness, and every other perfection; ~ 3 1, 2 | unless ~His omnipotence and goodness were such as to bring good 4 1, 2 | is part of the infinite goodness of God, that He should allow ~ 5 1, 3 | owes its perfection and goodness to its form; ~therefore 6 1, 3 | its form; ~therefore its goodness is participated, inasmuch 7 1, 3 | form or nature actual; for goodness and humanity ~are spoken 8 1, 3 | the perfections of created goodness cannot be found in one simple ~ 9 1, 3 | the perfection of divine goodness is found ~in one simple 10 1, 4 | secondly of the ~divine goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[4] Out. 11 1, 5 | Q[5] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF GOODNESS IN GENERAL (SIX ARTICLES)~ 12 1, 5 | ARTICLES)~We next consider goodness: First, goodness in general. 13 1, 5 | consider goodness: First, goodness in general. Secondly, the ~ 14 1, 5 | general. Secondly, the ~goodness of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 15 1, 5 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether goodness and being are the same really?~( 16 1, 5 | 4) To what cause should goodness be reduced?~(5) Whether 17 1, 5 | be reduced?~(5) Whether goodness consists in mode, species, 18 1, 5 | and order?~(6) Whether goodness is divided into the virtuous, 19 1, 5 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether goodness differs really from being?~ 20 1, 5 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that goodness differs really from being. 21 1, 5 | are is another." Therefore goodness and ~being really differ.~ 22 1, 5 | on De Causis. ~Therefore goodness differs really from being. ~ 23 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, goodness can be more or less. But 24 1, 5 | more ~or less. Therefore goodness differs really from being.~ 25 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Goodness and being are really the 26 1, 5 | argument. The essence of ~goodness consists in this, that it 27 1, 5 | Philosopher says (Ethic. i): "Goodness is what all desire." Now 28 1, 5 | Hence it is clear that ~goodness and being are the same really. 29 1, 5 | are the same really. But goodness presents the aspect ~of 30 1, 5 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although goodness and being are the same really, ~ 31 1, 5 | this mode of being. But goodness signifies perfection which 32 1, 5 | be referred to a thing's goodness simply, and having ~being 33 1, 5 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Goodness is a form so far as absolute 34 1, 5 | form so far as absolute goodness signifies ~complete actuality.~ 35 1, 5 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: Again, goodness is spoken of as more or 36 1, 5 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether goodness is prior in idea to being?~ 37 1, 5 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that goodness is prior in idea to being. 38 1, 5 | other names of God, to His goodness rather than to His being. ~ 39 1, 5 | being. ~Therefore in idea goodness is prior to being.~Aquin.: 40 1, 5 | extensive is prior in idea. But ~goodness is more extensive than being, 41 1, 5 | Dionysius notes (Div. ~Nom. v), "goodness extends to things both existing 42 1, 5 | things alone." Therefore goodness ~is in idea prior to being.~ 43 1, 5 | universal is prior in idea. But ~goodness seems to be more universal 44 1, 5 | universal than being, since goodness has the ~aspect of desirable; 45 1, 5 | 26:24). Therefore in idea goodness is prior to being.~Aquin.: 46 1, 5 | particular appetible, and goodness a universal appetible. Therefore, ~ 47 1, 5 | Therefore, ~absolutely, goodness is prior in idea to being.~ 48 1, 5 | In idea being is prior to goodness. For the meaning ~signified 49 1, 5 | in idea being is prior to goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[2] 50 1, 5 | cause from its effects. But goodness, since it has the ~aspect 51 1, 5 | the cause of causes. Thus goodness, as a cause, is prior to 52 1, 5 | signifying the divine ~causality, goodness precedes being. Again, according 53 1, 5 | that ~matter was non-being, goodness is more extensively participated 54 1, 5 | primary matter participates in goodness as tending to it, for ~all 55 1, 5 | Therefore Dionysius says that "goodness extends ~to non-existence" ( 56 1, 5 | Or it may ~be said that goodness extends to existing and 57 1, 5 | potential, and not actual. For ~goodness has the aspect of the end, 58 1, 5 | every being is good. For goodness is something ~superadded 59 1, 5 | quality, etc. Therefore goodness ~limits being. Therefore 60 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, goodness implies desirability. Now 61 1, 5 | contain the formality of goodness. Therefore not every ~being 62 1, 5 | iii) that "in mathematics ~goodness does not exist." But mathematics 63 1, 5 | implies desirability and goodness, as ~is clear from A[1]. 64 1, 5 | nature. Now in this ~sense, goodness does not add anything to 65 1, 5 | nature it may be. Hence goodness does not limit being.~Aquin.: 66 1, 5 | participate to a certain extent in goodness, ~viz. by its relation to, 67 1, 5 | relation to, or aptitude for, goodness. Consequently, to be ~desirable 68 1, 5 | some logical entity neither goodness nor form of goodness; since 69 1, 5 | neither goodness nor form of goodness; since the idea ~of being 70 1, 5 | is prior to the idea of goodness, as was said in the preceding ~ 71 1, 5 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether goodness has the aspect of a final 72 1, 5 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that goodness has not the aspect of a 73 1, 5 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv), ~"Goodness is praised as beauty." But 74 1, 5 | formal ~cause. Therefore goodness has the aspect of a formal 75 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, goodness is self-diffusive; for Dionysius 76 1, 5 | says (Div. ~Nom. iv) that goodness is that whereby all things 77 1, 5 | efficient cause. Therefore ~goodness has the aspect of an efficient 78 1, 5 | efficient cause. Therefore goodness implies the aspect of an 79 1, 5 | something is." Therefore goodness has the aspect of a final 80 1, 5 | 1/1~I answer that, Since goodness is that which all things 81 1, 5 | an end, it is clear that goodness implies the ~aspect of an 82 1, 5 | Nevertheless, the idea of goodness presupposes the idea ~of 83 1, 5 | substantial form. Now in causing, goodness and the end ~come first, 84 1, 5 | follows the formality of goodness which is the basic ~principle 85 1, 5 | Reply OBJ 1: Beauty and goodness in a thing are identical 86 1, 5 | form; and ~consequently goodness is praised as beauty. But 87 1, 5 | they differ logically, ~for goodness properly relates to the 88 1, 5 | relates to the appetite (goodness being what all ~things desire); 89 1, 5 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Goodness is described as self-diffusive 90 1, 5 | Whether the essence of goodness consists in mode, species 91 1, 5 | seems that the essence of goodness does not consist in mode, ~ 92 1, 5 | species and order. For goodness and being differ logically. 93 1, 5 | Therefore the essence of goodness does not consist in mode, ~ 94 1, 5 | Therefore ~if the essence of goodness consists in mode, species 95 1, 5 | not the total absence of goodness. Therefore the essence of ~ 96 1, 5 | Therefore the essence of ~goodness does not consist in mode, 97 1, 5 | consists the essence of goodness cannot be ~spoken of as 98 1, 5 | Therefore the essence of goodness does not consist in mode, 99 1, 5 | Therefore the essence of goodness does not consist in mode, ~ 100 1, 5 | be ~unless the essence of goodness consisted in them. Therefore 101 1, 5 | Therefore the essence ~of goodness consists in mode, species 102 1, 5 | order. ~Hence the essence of goodness, so far as it consists in 103 1, 5 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether goodness is rightly divided into 104 1, 5 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that goodness is not rightly divided into 105 1, 5 | useful and the pleasant. For goodness is divided by the ten ~predicaments, 106 1, 5 | predicament. Therefore ~goodness is not rightly divided by 107 1, 5 | thing. But the useful is not goodness, except so far as it is ~ 108 1, 5 | use of this division of goodness (De ~Offic. i, 9)~Aquin.: 109 1, 5 | properly concerns human goodness. But if we ~consider the 110 1, 5 | consider the nature of goodness from a higher and more universal 111 1, 5 | division properly concerns goodness as ~such. For everything 112 1, 5 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Goodness, so far as it is identical 113 1, 5 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Goodness is not divided into these 114 1, 6 | 6] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE GOODNESS OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 115 1, 6 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the goodness of God; under which head 116 1, 6 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether goodness belongs to God?~(2) Whether 117 1, 6 | things are good by the divine goodness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[1] 118 1, 6 | does not belong to God. For goodness ~consists in mode, species 119 1, 6 | some ~participation of His goodness, and this belongs also to 120 1, 6 | understood of essential goodness, as ~will be explained in 121 1, 6 | everything is good by its own goodness. Therefore if ~there is 122 1, 6 | necessary to say ~that its goodness is not its own essence. 123 1, 6 | own essence. Therefore its goodness, since ~it is a being, must 124 1, 6 | it is good by some other goodness, ~the same question applies 125 1, 6 | question applies to that goodness also; therefore we must 126 1, 6 | infinity, or come to some goodness which is not good by any ~ 127 1, 6 | is not good by any ~other goodness. Therefore the first supposition 128 1, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The goodness of a creature is not its 129 1, 6 | order to its end. Still, the goodness itself thus ~added is good, 130 1, 6 | it itself has some other ~goodness whereby it is good.~Aquin.: 131 1, 6 | things are good by the divine goodness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[4] 132 1, 6 | things are good by the divine goodness. For ~Augustine says (De 133 1, 6 | by reason of ~the divine goodness; therefore all things are 134 1, 6 | things are good by the divine goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[4] 135 1, 6 | are not good by the divine goodness, but ~by their own goodness.~ 136 1, 6 | goodness, but ~by their own goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[4] 137 1, 6 | called good from the divine goodness, as from ~the first exemplary 138 1, 6 | and final principle of all goodness. ~Nevertheless, everything 139 1, 6 | similitude of ~the divine goodness belonging to it, which is 140 1, 6 | which is formally its own goodness, ~whereby it is denominated 141 1, 6 | all things there is one ~goodness, and yet many goodnesses.~ 142 1, 9 | receive the influx of His goodness, or decline from Him. ~( 143 1, 13 | mean, God is the cause of goodness in things; ~and the same 144 1, 13 | not, "God ~is the cause of goodness," or "God is not evil"; 145 1, 13 | good, ~because He causes goodness; but rather, on the contrary, 146 1, 13 | the contrary, He causes ~goodness in things because He is 147 1, 13 | which they signify, such as goodness, life and ~the like, and 148 1, 13 | same thing in God; for the ~goodness of God is His essence, and 149 1, 13 | cause of the creature's ~goodness"; thus the term good applied 150 1, 13 | meaning the creature's goodness. Hence "good" would apply 151 1, 13 | the cause of ~wisdom or goodness, but that these exist in 152 1, 13 | perfect providence and ~goodness." But taken from this operation, 153 1, 16 | and hence the aspect of goodness passes on from ~the desirable 154 1, 16 | cause of all being; and ~His goodness the cause of all good. If 155 1, 17 | either with respect to His ~goodness or His truth, for in His 156 1, 19 | the divine will is ~His goodness, which is His essence. Hence, 157 1, 19 | beyond it. But His own goodness suffices God, and completely 158 1, 19 | as it befits the divine goodness that ~other things should 159 1, 19 | the end, which is His own ~goodness, it does not follow that 160 1, 19 | moves His will, except ~His goodness. So, as He understands things 161 1, 19 | Himself by ~willing His own goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 162 1, 19 | From the fact that His own goodness suffices the divine ~will, 163 1, 19 | except by reason of its goodness. Thus, too, ~the divine 164 1, 19 | that is, through its own goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 165 1, 19 | inasmuch as He ~wills His own goodness. Now God wills His own goodness 166 1, 19 | goodness. Now God wills His own goodness necessarily. ~Therefore 167 1, 19 | necessary relation to the divine goodness, since that is its proper ~ 168 1, 19 | Hence God wills His own goodness necessarily, even as we 169 1, 19 | they are ordered to His own goodness as their ~end. Now in willing 170 1, 19 | means. Hence, since the goodness of God is perfect, and can 171 1, 19 | necessarily wills His own goodness, He does ~not necessarily 172 1, 19 | willed on account of His goodness; for it can ~exist without 173 1, 19 | namely, that the perfect goodness of God ~can be without it; 174 1, 19 | essence pours ~the rays of goodness upon everything that exists." 175 1, 19 | as He communicates His goodness not merely to certain things, ~ 176 1, 19 | are true inasmuch as His goodness is the ~reason of His willing 177 1, 19 | wills all ~things in His goodness. Hence, as in God to understand 178 1, 19 | more than He wills His ~own goodness; yet He wills one good more 179 1, 19 | necessarily wills His own goodness, but other ~things not necessarily, 180 1, 19 | turning away from the ~divine goodness, by which God wills all 181 1, 19 | relations to the divine goodness, since there are ~good deeds 182 1, 19 | to the fruition of that ~goodness, and these are the subject 183 1, 20 | is not the cause of the goodness of things, but is moved 184 1, 20 | is not the cause of ~its goodness; but conversely its goodness, 185 1, 20 | goodness; but conversely its goodness, whether real or imaginary, ~ 186 1, 20 | God infuses and creates goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[20] A[ 187 1, 20 | His ~abounding love and goodness, is placed outside Himself 188 1, 20 | only on account of His ~goodness, and of the services they 189 1, 20 | God's love is the cause of goodness in things, as has been said ~( 190 1, 20 | things with a like wisdom and goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[20] A[ 191 1, 20 | s will is the cause of ~goodness in things; and the reason 192 1, 20 | God's will is the cause of goodness in things, the ~goodness 193 1, 20 | goodness in things, the ~goodness of one who is loved by God 194 1, 20 | be given to him by divine goodness. According ~therefore to 195 1, 21 | and what manifests His goodness. In ~this respect, God's 196 1, 21 | fitting accompaniment of His goodness; sometimes as the ~reward 197 1, 21 | just; ~since it befits Thy goodness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 198 1, 21 | perfection of some kind of ~goodness; and the primary source 199 1, 21 | and the primary source of goodness is God, as shown above ( 200 1, 21 | appertains not only to the divine goodness, but also to His justice, ~ 201 1, 21 | considered, appertains to goodness, as shown ~above (Q[6], 202 1, 21 | only on account of His goodness, it belongs to liberality; 203 1, 21 | accord with His wisdom and ~goodness; and it is in this sense, 204 1, 21 | that depends only on the ~goodness of the divine will - which 205 1, 21 | on account of the divine goodness. So in every work of God, ~ 206 1, 21 | out of abundance of His goodness bestow ~upon creatures what 207 1, 21 | justice than what the divine goodness confers; because between 208 1, 21 | between creatures ~and God's goodness there can be no proportion.~ 209 1, 21 | with the divine wisdom and goodness. And the idea ~of mercy, 210 1, 22 | said above, is the divine ~goodness (Q[21], A[4]). This good 211 1, 22 | of the abundance of His goodness; ~so that the dignity of 212 1, 22 | end. Now after the divine goodness, which is an ~extrinsic 213 1, 23 | selection, so does God His goodness. But the goodness of ~God 214 1, 23 | God His goodness. But the goodness of ~God is communicated 215 1, 23 | communication of the divine goodness in general be ~considered, 216 1, 23 | considered, God communicates His goodness without election; inasmuch 217 1, 23 | in some way share in His goodness, as we ~said above (Q[6], 218 1, 23 | regard to its effect, the goodness of God for its reason; towards 219 1, 23 | has its foundation in the goodness of God as ~regards its effects 220 1, 23 | must be sought for in the goodness of God. Thus He is said 221 1, 23 | made all things through His goodness, so that the divine goodness ~ 222 1, 23 | goodness, so that the divine goodness ~might be represented in 223 1, 23 | is necessary that God's goodness, ~which in itself is one 224 1, 23 | God wills to manifest His goodness in men; in respect to those 225 1, 25 | definite ~order. But the divine goodness is an end exceeding beyond 226 1, 25 | 1/1~I answer that, The goodness of anything is twofold; 227 1, 25 | viii, 10). Another kind of goodness ~is that which is over and 228 1, 25 | As regards this kind of goodness, God can make ~better the 229 1, 25 | from greater ~wisdom and goodness. But if it implies the manner 230 1, 27 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, goodness seems to be the greatest 231 1, 27 | principle of ~procession, since goodness is diffusive of itself. 232 1, 27 | must ~be a procession of goodness in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 233 1, 27 | Boethius says (De Hebdom.), goodness belongs to the ~essence 234 1, 27 | understood in God according to ~goodness and the like attributes 235 1, 27 | own essence, truth and ~goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 236 1, 28 | essence, so likewise are goodness and power. But this ~kind 237 1, 28 | distinction of the divine ~goodness and power. Therefore neither 238 1, 28 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Power and goodness do not import any opposition 239 1, 30 | properties in God, such as goodness and ~wisdom, are not mutually 240 1, 30 | it is from the infinite goodness of the Father that He ~communicates 241 1, 30 | the Holy Ghost is infinite goodness. Therefore the Holy Ghost ~ 242 1, 30 | Ghost possessed ~another goodness apart from the goodness 243 1, 30 | goodness apart from the goodness of the Father; for then 244 1, 30 | produced a divine person by His goodness, the Holy Ghost also ~would 245 1, 30 | Ghost have one and the same ~goodness. Nor is there any distinction 246 1, 30 | personal relations. So goodness belongs to the Holy Ghost, 247 1, 32 | reason from the infinite goodness of God, who ~communicates 248 1, 32 | Father, ~wisdom to the Son, goodness to the Holy Ghost; as will 249 1, 32 | because they deviated from the goodness appropriated to the Holy 250 1, 32 | point; for the infinite goodness of ~God is manifested also 251 1, 32 | Himself by His infinite ~goodness, it is not necessary that 252 1, 32 | should receive ~the divine goodness. Likewise, when it is said 253 1, 32 | one not having ~perfect goodness: hence it needs to share 254 1, 32 | good, in order to ~have the goodness of complete happiness. Nor 255 1, 32 | of the love of His own ~goodness. So Moses, when he had said, " 256 1, 32 | can say that as the divine goodness is ~the same as the divine 257 1, 36 | signify the purity ~of divine goodness. But if Holy Spirit be taken 258 1, 37 | the love of the ~primal goodness whereby the Father loves 259 1, 37 | as ~the divine truth and goodness are a principle of understanding 260 1, 39 | wisdom," to the Holy Ghost "goodness." Nor does this ~seem fitting; 261 1, 39 | power," "wisdom," and "goodness." This ~kind of appropriation 262 1, 39 | reason of lack of years. "Goodness," as the ~nature and object 263 1, 39 | God forasmuch as He in His goodness preserves and governs ~them, 264 1, 39 | Holy Ghost, as likewise is "goodness." ~Nor need the habitude 265 1, 43 | which ~participate in His goodness. Above and beyond this common 266 1, 44 | perfection, ~which is His goodness; while every creature intends 267 1, 44 | the divine perfection and goodness. ~Therefore the divine goodness 268 1, 44 | goodness. ~Therefore the divine goodness is the end of all things.~ 269 1, 44 | profit, but only for His own goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 270 1, 45 | attribute - viz. by power, goodness and wisdom - and thus ~does 271 1, 45 | Holy Ghost is appropriated goodness, to ~which belong both government, 272 1, 45 | first mover is the end, and goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 273 1, 45 | the sinner to "mercy" and "goodness" poured out ~super-abundantly. 274 1, 46 | cause, by reason of His goodness, the ~exemplar cause by 275 1, 47 | is one - viz. the divine goodness, as was shown above (Q[44]~, 276 1, 47 | being in order that His goodness might be communicated to 277 1, 47 | by them; and because His goodness could not be adequately ~ 278 1, 47 | representation of the ~divine goodness might be supplied by another. 279 1, 47 | supplied by another. For goodness, which in God ~is simple 280 1, 47 | participates the divine goodness more perfectly, ~and represents 281 1, 47 | not be the effect of the goodness of God as communicated to ~ 282 1, 47 | perfect if only one ~grade of goodness were found in things.~Aquin.: 283 1, 47 | animal, for instance, its goodness would be taken away if ~ 284 1, 48 | so that ~every grade of goodness may be realized. Now, one 285 1, 48 | realized. Now, one grade of goodness is ~that of the good which 286 1, 48 | cannot fail. Another grade of goodness is that of ~the good which 287 1, 48 | the good which can fail in goodness, and this grade is to be 288 1, 48 | some which can ~fail in goodness, and thence it follows that 289 1, 48 | fact that a thing fails ~in goodness. Hence it is clear that 290 1, 48 | things in it can fail in goodness, and do sometimes fail, 291 1, 48 | potentiality, so has it goodness in potentiality. Therefore, 292 1, 49 | some other evil: thus the goodness of the fire causes evil 293 1, 49 | pre-contains in itself all goodness, as shown above (Q[6], ~ 294 1, 49 | judgment, however, of the goodness of anything does not depend ~ 295 1, 50 | the rays of the divine ~goodness." But a ray is only multiplied 296 1, 57 | perfectly in the Divine goodness, as Dionysius says (Coel. ~ 297 1, 59 | they know the aspect of goodness, but that they apprehend 298 1, 59 | they perceive the aspect of goodness; ~this belongs to the intellect. 299 1, 59 | the ~universal aspect of goodness, it is manifest that there 300 1, 59 | except on account of His goodness. This cannot be said of ~ 301 1, 59 | creature, because infinite goodness is quite foreign to the 302 1, 59 | apprehends the common note of goodness; ~from which it can judge 303 1, 59 | to the common aspect of goodness; nor can there ~be any appetite 304 1, 59 | the senses. But the Divine goodness, which is the ~object of 305 1, 60 | cause of the existence and goodness of the other; ~for in such 306 1, 60 | cause of the existence and goodness of the ~other, that one 307 1, 60 | substance and universal goodness are one and ~the same, all 308 1, 62 | essence is the very essence of goodness. Consequently the angel ~ 309 1, 62 | is to the common form of goodness. Now it is impossible for ~ 310 1, 62 | to be the very nature of ~goodness; but in all things their 311 1, 62 | own gain, and for His own goodness. The same thing happens ~ 312 1, 63 | both, saving these of His goodness, and ~punishing those of 313 1, 64 | the malice of ~sin to the goodness of justice save through 314 1, 64 | and bears witness to the goodness of nature. Yet he abuses 315 1, 64 | sin bears ~witness to the goodness of the will, to which the 316 1, 64 | punishment, bears witness to the goodness of nature, to ~which the 317 1, 65 | created on account of God's goodness?~(3) Whether they were created 318 1, 65 | made on account of God's goodness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 319 1, 65 | made on account ~of God's goodness. For it is said (Wis. 1: 320 1, 65 | not on account of God's goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 321 1, 65 | not on account of God's goodness. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 322 1, 65 | not on account of God's ~goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 323 1, 65 | shows forth the Divine goodness, to the glory of God. Reasonable ~ 324 1, 65 | is plain that the Divine goodness is the end of all ~corporeal 325 1, 65 | the Divine being and Its goodness. And, therefore, that God ~ 326 1, 65 | created them for His own goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 327 1, 65 | made on account of God's ~goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 328 1, 73 | movement, and thus the Divine ~goodness is said to move and go forth 329 1, 73 | derived from ~"bonitas" [goodness]. But it is the nature of 330 1, 73 | also belongs to the Divine goodness. And the ~perfection of 331 1, 73 | the ~perfection of this goodness is made most clear by the 332 1, 75 | human souls owe to ~Divine goodness that they are "intellectual," 333 1, 77 | things cannot acquire perfect goodness, but they ~acquire a certain 334 1, 77 | acquire a certain imperfect goodness, by few movements; and those 335 1, 77 | higher order acquire perfect goodness by many movements; and ~ 336 1, 77 | yet higher acquire perfect goodness by few movements; and the ~ 337 1, 77 | things which acquire perfect ~goodness without any movement whatever. 338 1, 77 | acquire a certain limited ~goodness; and so they have a few 339 1, 77 | acquire universal and perfect goodness, because he can acquire ~ 340 1, 77 | able to acquire perfect goodness; ~although by many and various 341 1, 37 | the love of the ~primal goodness whereby the Father loves 342 1, 37 | as ~the divine truth and goodness are a principle of understanding 343 1, 39 | wisdom," to the Holy Ghost "goodness." Nor does this ~seem fitting; 344 1, 39 | power," "wisdom," and "goodness." This ~kind of appropriation 345 1, 39 | reason of lack of years. "Goodness," as the ~nature and object 346 1, 39 | God forasmuch as He in His goodness preserves and governs ~them, 347 1, 39 | Holy Ghost, as likewise is "goodness." ~Nor need the habitude 348 1, 43 | which ~participate in His goodness. Above and beyond this common 349 1, 45 | perfection, ~which is His goodness; while every creature intends 350 1, 45 | the divine perfection and goodness. ~Therefore the divine goodness 351 1, 45 | goodness. ~Therefore the divine goodness is the end of all things.~ 352 1, 45 | profit, but only for His own goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 353 1, 46 | attribute - viz. by power, goodness and wisdom - and thus ~does 354 1, 46 | Holy Ghost is appropriated goodness, to ~which belong both government, 355 1, 46 | first mover is the end, and goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 356 1, 46 | the sinner to "mercy" and "goodness" poured out ~super-abundantly. 357 1, 47 | cause, by reason of His goodness, the ~exemplar cause by 358 1, 48 | is one - viz. the divine goodness, as was shown above (Q[44]~, 359 1, 48 | being in order that His goodness might be communicated to 360 1, 48 | by them; and because His goodness could not be adequately ~ 361 1, 48 | representation of the ~divine goodness might be supplied by another. 362 1, 48 | supplied by another. For goodness, which in God ~is simple 363 1, 48 | participates the divine goodness more perfectly, ~and represents 364 1, 48 | not be the effect of the goodness of God as communicated to ~ 365 1, 48 | perfect if only one ~grade of goodness were found in things.~Aquin.: 366 1, 48 | animal, for instance, its goodness would be taken away if ~ 367 1, 49 | so that ~every grade of goodness may be realized. Now, one 368 1, 49 | realized. Now, one grade of goodness is ~that of the good which 369 1, 49 | cannot fail. Another grade of goodness is that of ~the good which 370 1, 49 | the good which can fail in goodness, and this grade is to be 371 1, 49 | some which can ~fail in goodness, and thence it follows that 372 1, 49 | fact that a thing fails ~in goodness. Hence it is clear that 373 1, 49 | things in it can fail in goodness, and do sometimes fail, 374 1, 49 | potentiality, so has it goodness in potentiality. Therefore, 375 1, 50 | some other evil: thus the goodness of the fire causes evil 376 1, 50 | pre-contains in itself all goodness, as shown above (Q[6], ~ 377 1, 50 | judgment, however, of the goodness of anything does not depend ~ 378 1, 51 | the rays of the divine ~goodness." But a ray is only multiplied 379 1, 58 | perfectly in the Divine goodness, as Dionysius says (Coel. ~ 380 1, 60 | they know the aspect of goodness, but that they apprehend 381 1, 60 | they perceive the aspect of goodness; ~this belongs to the intellect. 382 1, 60 | the ~universal aspect of goodness, it is manifest that there 383 1, 60 | except on account of His goodness. This cannot be said of ~ 384 1, 60 | creature, because infinite goodness is quite foreign to the 385 1, 60 | apprehends the common note of goodness; ~from which it can judge 386 1, 60 | to the common aspect of goodness; nor can there ~be any appetite 387 1, 60 | the senses. But the Divine goodness, which is the ~object of 388 1, 61 | cause of the existence and goodness of the other; ~for in such 389 1, 61 | cause of the existence and goodness of the ~other, that one 390 1, 61 | substance and universal goodness are one and ~the same, all 391 1, 63 | essence is the very essence of goodness. Consequently the angel ~ 392 1, 63 | is to the common form of goodness. Now it is impossible for ~ 393 1, 63 | to be the very nature of ~goodness; but in all things their 394 1, 63 | own gain, and for His own goodness. The same thing happens ~ 395 1, 64 | both, saving these of His goodness, and ~punishing those of 396 1, 65 | the malice of ~sin to the goodness of justice save through 397 1, 65 | and bears witness to the goodness of nature. Yet he abuses 398 1, 65 | sin bears ~witness to the goodness of the will, to which the 399 1, 65 | punishment, bears witness to the goodness of nature, to ~which the 400 1, 66 | created on account of God's goodness?~(3) Whether they were created 401 1, 66 | made on account of God's goodness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 402 1, 66 | made on account ~of God's goodness. For it is said (Wis. 1: 403 1, 66 | not on account of God's goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 404 1, 66 | not on account of God's goodness. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 405 1, 66 | not on account of God's ~goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 406 1, 66 | shows forth the Divine goodness, to the glory of God. Reasonable ~ 407 1, 66 | is plain that the Divine goodness is the end of all ~corporeal 408 1, 66 | the Divine being and Its goodness. And, therefore, that God ~ 409 1, 66 | created them for His own goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 410 1, 66 | made on account of God's ~goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 411 1, 72 | movement, and thus the Divine ~goodness is said to move and go forth 412 1, 72 | derived from ~"bonitas" [goodness]. But it is the nature of 413 1, 72 | also belongs to the Divine goodness. And the ~perfection of 414 1, 72 | the ~perfection of this goodness is made most clear by the 415 1, 74 | human souls owe to ~Divine goodness that they are "intellectual," 416 1, 76 | things cannot acquire perfect goodness, but they ~acquire a certain 417 1, 76 | acquire a certain imperfect goodness, by few movements; and those 418 1, 76 | higher order acquire perfect goodness by many movements; and ~ 419 1, 76 | yet higher acquire perfect goodness by few movements; and the ~ 420 1, 76 | things which acquire perfect ~goodness without any movement whatever. 421 1, 76 | acquire a certain limited ~goodness; and so they have a few 422 1, 76 | acquire universal and perfect goodness, because he can acquire ~ 423 1, 76 | able to acquire perfect goodness; ~although by many and various 424 1, 92 | similitude to the Divine goodness." ~Therefore it is made 425 1, 92 | more perfect anything is in goodness, the more it is ~like God. 426 1, 92 | universe is more perfect in goodness than man; ~for though each 427 1, 92 | the solar ray to Divine goodness, as ~regards its causality; 428 1, 92 | universe is more perfect in goodness than the ~intellectual creature 429 1, 92 | the likeness to the Divine goodness is found rather in ~the 430 1, 92 | Godhead is the fulness of goodness." Now all these ~things 431 1, 94 | as ~he could love God's goodness. Thus the virtues which 432 1, 99 | Him Who is the essence of goodness, wherefrom no one ~can turn 433 1, 102 | consideration of Divine goodness, which, as we have said 434 1, 102 | fitting that the supreme goodness of God should produce things 435 1, 102 | it belongs to the Divine ~goodness, as it brought things into 436 1, 102 | Which is the very essence of goodness; whereas a particular ~good 437 1, 102 | unity belongs to the idea of goodness, as Boethius proves (De ~ 438 1, 102 | His providence and perfect goodness." But government belongs ~ 439 1, 102 | that God is the cause of goodness in others; and so the creature ~ 440 1, 102 | preservation of things in their goodness, and ~the moving of things 441 1, 102 | government is the Divine goodness; as we have shown (A[2]). 442 1, 102 | not ordered to the Divine goodness as its ~end, as is clear 443 1, 102 | God is the very essence of goodness, so ~everything must be 444 1, 102 | in its highest degree of goodness. ~Now the highest degree 445 1, 102 | Now the highest degree of goodness in any practical order, 446 1, 102 | itself and also the cause of goodness in ~others, than only to 447 1, 103 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, by His goodness God is the cause why things 448 1, 103 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God's goodness is the cause of things, 449 1, 103 | necessity, because the Divine goodness does not depend on ~creatures; 450 1, 103 | without prejudice to His ~goodness, He might not have produced 451 1, 103 | without ~prejudice to His goodness, He might not preserve things 452 1, 103 | since rather the power and ~goodness of God are manifested by 453 1, 104 | does all things for His own goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 454 1, 104 | foreknowledge, or His will, or His goodness. But if ~we consider the 455 1, 105 | created good ordered to God's goodness. And thus he can ~incline 456 1, 105 | participates in the Divine goodness, so as ~to diffuse the good 457 1, 105 | the share of the Divine goodness, so much the more does it ~ 458 1, 105 | grace share in the Divine ~goodness; saying: "As every man hath 459 1, 105 | participation of the Divine goodness, impart the same to those 460 1, 107 | unchangeable ~fruition of His goodness; to which end they can reach 461 2, 2 | OBJ 1: God's power is His goodness: hence He cannot use His 462 2, 2 | unless he ~become like Him in goodness also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] 463 2, 2 | because every creature has goodness by participation. Wherefore ~ 464 2, 3 | Who alone by His ~infinite goodness can perfectly satisfy man' 465 2, 4 | only be on account of the goodness ~of that thing in which 466 2, 4 | repose is caused by the goodness of the operation. ~Nor does 467 2, 4 | Which is the very essence of goodness. So that the will of him 468 2, 4 | in the Supreme Fount of goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[7] 469 2, 5 | it to the source of all goodness; ~hence it is written (Ps. 470 2, 7 | Accordingly, since the goodness of acts ~consists in their 471 2, 9 | true without the aspect of goodness and ~desirability. Hence 472 2, 15 | of [Sentite] the Lord in goodness." And on these grounds consent ~ 473 2, 18 | being, so much has he of goodness: while so far as he is lacking 474 2, 18 | far as he is lacking in ~goodness, and is said to be evil: 475 2, 18 | blind man is possessed of ~goodness inasmuch as he lives; and 476 2, 18 | has nothing of being or goodness, could not be said ~to be 477 2, 18 | say that every action has goodness, in so far as it has being; ~ 478 2, 18 | whereas it is lacking in goodness, in so far as it is lacking 479 2, 18 | acts in virtue of deficient goodness. For it there ~were nothing 480 2, 18 | effect, according to the ~goodness and being that it has. Thus 481 2, 18 | as its matter. But ~the goodness of a thing is not from its 482 2, 18 | effect to cause. But the goodness of a cause does not depend 483 2, 18 | the same applies to ~the goodness of his action.~Aquin.: SMT 484 2, 18 | therefore just as the primary ~goodness of a natural thing is derived 485 2, 18 | species, so the primary goodness of a moral action is derived 486 2, 18 | have not the quality of goodness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 487 2, 18 | Moreover, although the ~goodness of an action is not caused 488 2, 18 | action is not caused by the goodness of its effect, yet an ~action 489 2, 18 | effect is ~the measure of its goodness.~~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 490 2, 18 | action ~does not derive goodness or malice from a circumstance.~ 491 2, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the goodness or malice of an action is 492 2, 18 | vi, 2). ~Therefore the goodness or malice of an action is 493 2, 18 | For the plenitude of its goodness does not ~consist wholly 494 2, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the goodness of an action is something 495 2, 18 | disposition of things as to goodness is the same as ~their disposition 496 2, 18 | agent, and the form, so the goodness of a thing ~depends on its 497 2, 18 | the Divine Persons, Whose goodness does not ~depend on another, 498 2, 18 | another, the measure of goodness is not taken from the end. ~ 499 2, 18 | actions, and other things, the goodness of which depends on ~something 500 2, 18 | else, have a measure of goodness from the end on which they ~


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