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1 1, 2 | implanted in us, as we can see in regard to first principles. ~ 2 1, 2 | seems that ~everything we see in the world can be accounted 3 1, 2 | governance of the world. We see that things which lack intelligence, 4 1, 3 | the act of the eye is to see; hence the eye attributed 5 1, 4 | the same formality; as ~we see in non-univocal agents. 6 1, 5 | because it lacks the ~power to see well.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] 7 1, 5 | of a formal cause. For we see that what ~is first in causing, 8 1, 6 | away this ~and that, and see good itself if thou canst; 9 1, 6 | canst; and so thou shalt see God, ~good not by any other 10 1, 10 | Trin. xv). Hence those who see God are said to have ~eternal 11 1, 12 | any created intellect can see the essence of God?~(2) 12 1, 12 | its own ~natural powers to see the essence of God?~(5) 13 1, 12 | created light in order to ~see the essence of God?~(6) 14 1, 12 | 6) Whether of those who see God, one sees Him more perfectly 15 1, 12 | of this life any man can see the essence of ~God?~(12) 16 1, 12 | any created intellect can see the essence of God?~Aquin.: 17 1, 12 | no created intellect can see the essence of God. ~For 18 1, 12 | For how can a creature see what is ~increatable?" Dionysius 19 1, 12 | created intellect cannot see the ~essence of God.~Aquin.: 20 1, 12 | It is written: "We shall see Him as He is" (1 Jn. 2:2).~ 21 1, 12 | no created intellect can ~see the essence of God. This 22 1, 12 | created ~intellect could never see God, it would either never 23 1, 12 | granted that the blessed see the essence of ~God.~Aquin.: 24 1, 12 | Vulg.: 'because'] we shall see Him as He ~is" (1 Jn. 3: 25 1, 12 | when the Apostle ~says, "We see through a glass and in an 26 1, 12 | vision of God." But to ~see the essence of God is not 27 1, 12 | Therefore, in order to see God, there must be some ~ 28 1, 12 | it must be said that to see the essence of God, there 29 1, 12 | strengthening the intellect to see God, which is spoken of 30 1, 12 | In Thy light we shall see light." The essence of God, ~ 31 1, 12 | 26): "In my flesh I shall see . . . God," ~and (Job 42: 32 1, 12 | of sight, not ~so much to see more keenly, as some report 33 1, 12 | these creatures, ~they can see only corporeal things) but 34 1, 12 | corporeal things) but to see even incorporeal things." ~ 35 1, 12 | things." ~Now whoever can see incorporeal things, can 36 1, 12 | things, can be raised up to see God. ~Therefore the glorified 37 1, 12 | Therefore the glorified eye can see God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 38 1, 12 | words, "In my flesh I shall see God my Saviour," do not ~ 39 1, 12 | after the resurrection will see God. Likewise the ~words, " 40 1, 12 | glorified eyes), if they shall see ~that incorporeal nature;" 41 1, 12 | credible, that we shall so see the mundane bodies of the 42 1, 12 | and the new earth, as to see most clearly God everywhere 43 1, 12 | corporeal things, not as we now see the invisible things of ~ 44 1, 12 | is made; but as when we see men among whom we ~live, 45 1, 12 | believe they live, but see it." Hence it is evident 46 1, 12 | the glorified ~eyes will see God, as now our eyes see 47 1, 12 | see God, as now our eyes see the life of another. But 48 1, 12 | by its natural powers can see the Divine ~essence?~Aquin.: 49 1, 12 | a created intellect can see the Divine essence by ~its 50 1, 12 | nature. Therefore if to see the ~essence of God is above 51 1, 12 | intellect can reach up to see the essence of God at all. ~ 52 1, 12 | for a created intellect to see the Divine ~essence. ~Aquin.: 53 1, 12 | Jn. 17:3). Therefore to see the ~essence of God is possible 54 1, 12 | any created intellect to see the ~essence of God by its 55 1, 12 | created ~intellect cannot see the essence of God, unless 56 1, 12 | created light in order to see the ~essence of God?~Aquin.: 57 1, 12 | created ~light in order to see the essence of God. For 58 1, 12 | need any other light to see God; which is impossible. 59 1, 12 | superadded light ~in order to see the essence of God.~Aquin.: 60 1, 12 | In Thy light we shall see light" (Ps. ~35:10).~Aquin.: 61 1, 12 | not avail to enable it to see the essence ~of God, as 62 1, 12 | society of the ~blessed who see God. By this light the blessed 63 1, 12 | Vulg.: 'because'] we shall see Him as He is" (1 Jn. ~2: 64 1, 12 | created light is necessary to see the essence of God, ~not 65 1, 12 | This light is required to see the divine essence, not 66 1, 12 | intellect, ~strengthening it to see God. Therefore it may be 67 1, 12 | 1/1~Whether of those who see the essence of God, one 68 1, 12 | seems that of those who see the essence of God, one 69 1, 12 | essence of God, one does not ~see more perfectly than another. 70 1, 12 | 1 Jn. 3:2): "We shall ~see Him as He is." But He is 71 1, 12 | xxxii): "One ~person cannot see one and the same thing more 72 1, 12 | than another." ~But all who see the essence of God, understand 73 1, 12 | Therefore of those who see the divine essence, one 74 1, 12 | divine essence, one does not see more ~clearly than another.~ 75 1, 12 | intellectual power is higher, will see Him the more clearly; ~and 76 1, 12 | answer that, Of those who see the essence of God, one 77 1, 12 | greater power or faculty to see God than another. The faculty ~ 78 1, 12 | the light of glory will see God ~the more perfectly; 79 1, 12 | possesses the more charity, will see God the more perfectly, 80 1, 12 | In the words,"We shall see Him as He is," the conjunction ~" 81 1, 12 | the meaning is, we shall see Him to be as He is, because 82 1, 12 | He is, because we shall ~see His existence, which is 83 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Whether those who see the essence of God comprehend 84 1, 12 | It seems that those who see the divine essence, comprehend 85 1, 12 | will with its full power see the Divine essence. Therefore 86 1, 12 | essence. Therefore all who see ~the essence of God see 87 1, 12 | see ~the essence of God see Him wholly; therefore they 88 1, 12 | things in God; because they ~see Him, and in seeing Him, 89 1, 12 | present, having the power to ~see Him always; and possessing 90 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Whether those who see the essence of God see all 91 1, 12 | who see the essence of God see all in God?~Aquin.: SMT 92 1, 12 | It seems that those who see the essence of God see all 93 1, 12 | who see the essence of God see all things in ~God. For 94 1, 12 | iv): "What do they not see, who see Him ~Who sees all 95 1, 12 | What do they not see, who see Him ~Who sees all things?" 96 1, 12 | things. Therefore those who see God see all things.~Aquin.: 97 1, 12 | Therefore those who see God see all things.~Aquin.: SMT 98 1, 12 | the contrary, The angels see the essence of God; and 99 1, 12 | divine essence, does ~not see in it all that God does 100 1, 12 | whoever sees a mirror should see ~all that is in the mirror, 101 1, 12 | Although it is more to see God than to see all things 102 1, 12 | more to see God than to see all things else, ~still 103 1, 12 | it is a greater thing to see Him so that all things are 104 1, 12 | are known in ~Him, than to see Him in such a way that not 105 1, 12 | the Divine essence will see in God. But to know other 106 1, 12 | seen in God by those who see the Divine essence, is seen ~ 107 1, 12 | seen in God by those who see the Divine ~essence, is 108 1, 12 | ecstasy, when he had ceased to see the ~Divine essence, as 109 1, 12 | I answer that, Those who see the divine essence see what 110 1, 12 | who see the divine essence see what they see in God ~not 111 1, 12 | divine essence see what they see in God ~not by any likeness, 112 1, 12 | pre-existing in ~God, is to see them in God. Now there is 113 1, 12 | are ~known by those who see the essence of God, they 114 1, 12 | even when he had ceased to see ~the essence of God. Still 115 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Whether those who see the essence of God see all 116 1, 12 | who see the essence of God see all they see in it at the ~ 117 1, 12 | essence of God see all they see in it at the ~same time?~ 118 1, 12 | It seems that those who see the essence of God do not 119 1, 12 | the essence of God do not see all ~they see in Him at 120 1, 12 | God do not see all ~they see in Him at one and the same 121 1, 12 | intellect. Therefore those who see God do not see all in ~Him 122 1, 12 | those who see God do not see all in ~Him at the same 123 1, 12 | God. ~Therefore those who see God understand and are affected 124 1, 12 | to another; but we shall see ~all we know at one glance."~ 125 1, 12 | but as regards what they see in God, they see all at ~ 126 1, 12 | what they see in God, they see all at ~the same time.~~ 127 1, 12 | anyone in this life can see the essence of God?~Aquin.: 128 1, 12 | that one can in this life see the Divine essence. For ~ 129 1, 12 | face" (Gn. 32:30). But to see Him ~face to face is to 130 1, 12 | Him ~face to face is to see His essence, as appears 131 1, 12 | appears from the words: "We see ~now in a glass and in a 132 1, 12 | riddles and figures doth he see the Lord" (Num. ~12:8); 133 1, 12 | 12:8); but this is to see God in His essence. Therefore 134 1, 12 | Therefore it is possible to ~see the essence of God in this 135 1, 12 | Confess. viii): "If we both see that ~what you say is true, 136 1, 12 | say is true, and we both see that what I say is true; 137 1, 12 | true; where, I ~ask, do we see this? neither I in thee, 138 1, 12 | Therefore even in this life we see God Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 139 1, 12 | written, "Man shall not see Me, and live" (Ex. ~32:20), 140 1, 12 | soul of man in this life to see the essence of ~God. This 141 1, 12 | said in ~the Scriptures to see God in the sense that certain 142 1, 12 | likewise we are said to see and ~judge of sensible things 143 1, 12 | As therefore in order to ~see a sensible object, it is 144 1, 12 | it is not necessary to see the substance of the ~sun, 145 1, 12 | sun, so in like manner to see any intelligible object, 146 1, 12 | it is not ~necessary to see the essence of God.~Aquin.: 147 1, 12 | led by sense so far as to see the essence of God; ~because 148 1, 13 | that in this life we cannot see the essence of ~God; but 149 1, 13 | A[7] Body Para. 2/5~To see this we must learn that 150 1, 13 | conceptions because it cannot ~see Him as He is in Himself. 151 1, 14 | outside Himself He ~does not see except in Himself, as above 152 1, 14 | Trin. xv), "God does not see all ~things in their particularity 153 1, 14 | understand simultaneously if we see ~them in some one thing; 154 1, 14 | parts in the ~whole, or see different things in a mirror. 155 1, 14 | called because the things we see around us have ~distinct 156 1, 14 | sense of sight, as when ~I see that Socrates is sitting 157 1, 14 | along the road, does not ~see those who come after him; 158 1, 17 | one whose ~nature it is to see. Contraries, however, both 159 1, 18 | they are imposed. And so we see that the ~word "body" is 160 1, 18 | addition, to sense, as we see in the case ~of shellfish 161 1, 18 | movement. Thus in the arts we ~see that the art of using a 162 1, 19 | far ~as possible. Hence we see that every agent, in so 163 1, 21 | viii, 4): "We ~must needs see that God is truly just, 164 1, 22 | whom he has a care. But we see many evils ~existing. Either, 165 1, 23 | take pity [miserendi]" [*See ~Q[22], A[3]]. Therefore 166 1, 24 | present ~righteousness they see in them; but when it becomes 167 1, 25 | were not done, does ~not see that this is to say: If 168 1, 30 | quantity in God." Hence we ~see that these terms are applied 169 1, 34 | Supreme Spirit nothing but to see by thought." But knowledge 170 1, 34 | A[1] Body Para. 2/3~To see how this is true, we must 171 1, 34 | imaginary sound, can already see some ~likeness of that Word 172 1, 34 | to speak" is in God ~"to see by thought," forasmuch as 173 1, 35 | chiefly in the figure. For we see that the species ~of different 174 1, 36 | and the goste of Good." (See Oxford Dictionary).] is 175 1, 36 | written: "On whom thou shalt see the Spirit descending and ~ 176 1, 36 | the property, as we shall see ~later (ad 7). Nor is there 177 1, 37 | A[1] Body Para. 2/3~To see this we must know that since 178 1, 39 | of the Father. Hence we see that an image is said to 179 1, 41 | Sent. i, D, xxvi). To see this, we must ~consider 180 1, 41 | could ~not, as we shall see later on (Q[42], A[6], ad 181 1, 42 | creatures, ~for instance, we see that the more perfect the 182 1, 45 | certain actions. Thus we see that a saw, in ~cutting 183 1, 47 | formal distinction. Hence ~we see that in incorruptible things 184 1, 48 | the nature of a stone to see. So, likewise, it is against ~ 185 1, 49 | special kinds of causes, we see that the agent, ~the form, 186 1, 50 | regard to their multitude. We see, in fact, ~that incorruptible 187 1, 56 | particular ~color, it could not see every color. But as the 188 1, 56 | written (1 Cor. 13:12): "We see now through a ~glass in 189 1, 56 | Hence, too, we are said to see God in a mirror. ~But the 190 1, 56 | comprehend Him; nor can he see God's essence through his 191 1, 57 | Therefore an angel can see what is in another's conscience.~ 192 1, 57 | soul, it seems that he can see the thoughts of both.~Aquin.: 193 1, 57 | way one will be ~able to see the mind of another.~Aquin.: 194 1, 57 | the knowledge whereby they see the Word, and things in 195 1, 58 | knowing a ~syllogism; and they see effects in causes, and causes 196 1, 58 | if our intellect were to ~see at once the truth of the 197 1, 59 | not its essence. Hence we see in natural bodies that the ~ 198 1, 61 | the ~first place we must see how they were brought into 199 1, 62 | future, whereby "we shall ~see God as He is." This is beyond 200 1, 62 | God's ~knowledge, that to see God in His essence, wherein 201 1, 62 | sanctifying grace. For we see that all things which, in 202 1, 62 | to God Himself, Whom they see to be the very nature of ~ 203 1, 64 | knowledge, because they do not see things in the ~Word; nor 204 1, 65 | sensible things that we see are constituted, in so far 205 1, 66 | from the fact that we can see the stars through the ~intervening 206 1, 67 | of heart, for they ~shall see God" (Mt. 5:8). And thus 207 1, 70 | thy ~eyes to heaven, thou see the sun and the moon and 208 1, 75 | not that of a body, ~will see that those who maintain 209 1, 76 | the senses; ~for several see the same color, according 210 1, 77 | says that ~the foregoing (see OBJ 1) "are not in the soul 211 1, 77 | active principle. For we see that the senses are for 212 1, 77 | of a young man, he would see even ~as well as a young 213 1, 37 | A[1] Body Para. 2/3~To see this we must know that since 214 1, 39 | of the Father. Hence we see that an image is said to 215 1, 41 | Sent. i, D, xxvi). To see this, we must ~consider 216 1, 41 | could ~not, as we shall see later on (Q[42], A[6], ad 217 1, 42 | creatures, ~for instance, we see that the more perfect the 218 1, 46 | certain actions. Thus we see that a saw, in ~cutting 219 1, 48 | formal distinction. Hence ~we see that in incorruptible things 220 1, 49 | the nature of a stone to see. So, likewise, it is against ~ 221 1, 50 | special kinds of causes, we see that the agent, ~the form, 222 1, 51 | regard to their multitude. We see, in fact, ~that incorruptible 223 1, 57 | particular ~color, it could not see every color. But as the 224 1, 57 | written (1 Cor. 13:12): "We see now through a ~glass in 225 1, 57 | Hence, too, we are said to see God in a mirror. ~But the 226 1, 57 | comprehend Him; nor can he see ~God's essence through his 227 1, 58 | Therefore an angel can see what is in another's conscience.~ 228 1, 58 | soul, it seems that he can see the thoughts of both.~Aquin.: 229 1, 58 | way one will be ~able to see the mind of another.~Aquin.: 230 1, 58 | the knowledge whereby they see the Word, and things in 231 1, 59 | knowing a ~syllogism; and they see effects in causes, and causes 232 1, 59 | if our intellect were to ~see at once the truth of the 233 1, 60 | not its essence. Hence we see in natural bodies that the ~ 234 1, 62 | the ~first place we must see how they were brought into 235 1, 63 | future, whereby "we shall ~see God as He is." This is beyond 236 1, 63 | God's ~knowledge, that to see God in His essence, wherein 237 1, 63 | sanctifying grace. For we see that all things which, in 238 1, 63 | to God Himself, Whom they see to be the very nature of ~ 239 1, 65 | knowledge, because they do not see things in the ~Word; nor 240 1, 66 | sensible things that we see are constituted, in so far 241 1, 67 | from the fact that we can see the stars through the ~intervening 242 1, 68 | of heart, for they ~shall see God" (Mt. 5:8). And thus 243 1, 71 | thy ~eyes to heaven, thou see the sun and the moon and 244 1, 74 | not that of a body, ~will see that those who maintain 245 1, 75 | the senses; ~for several see the same color, according 246 1, 76 | says that ~the foregoing (see OBJ 1) "are not in the soul 247 1, 76 | active principle. For we see that the senses are for 248 1, 76 | of a young man, he would see even ~as well as a young 249 1, 78 | being. We may therefore see whether the intellect ~be 250 1, 80 | Apostle (Rm. 7:23): "I see another law in my members 251 1, 80 | for we neither hear nor see just when we ~wish. Therefore, 252 1, 82 | opposite courses, as we see in dialectic syllogisms 253 1, 83 | Confess. xii, 25): "If we both see that ~what you say is true, 254 1, 83 | is true, and if we both see that what I say is true, 255 1, 83 | say is true, where ~do we see this, I pray? Neither do 256 1, 83 | this, I pray? Neither do I see it in you, nor do you see 257 1, 83 | see it in you, nor do you see it in ~me: but we both see 258 1, 83 | see it in ~me: but we both see it in the unchangeable truth 259 1, 83 | itself known; as ~one may see in a mirror the images of 260 1, 83 | present state of life, cannot see all things in the ~eternal 261 1, 83 | types; but the blessed who see God, and all things in Him, 262 1, 83 | thus we might say that ~we see in the sun what we see by 263 1, 83 | we see in the sun what we see by the sun. And thus we 264 1, 83 | types, were they able to see in the eternal ~types, or 265 1, 83 | the ~case of lethargy, we see that a man is hindered from 266 1, 84 | agent; for instance, to see and to understand; and another 267 1, 84 | is in the intellect. ~We see something similar to this 268 1, 84 | understanding: just as a man may ~see a thing better with his 269 1, 85 | when we shall ~be able to see the Essence of God Himself, 270 1, 86 | things, for the eye does ~not see what is potentially, but 271 1, 86 | the mind strive not to ~see itself as if it were absent, 272 1, 87 | intelligible. But our sight can see all things corporeal, whether ~ 273 1, 87 | substances; just as ~when we see colors set off by the sun, 274 1, 87 | united to us, ~that we may see the colors. Thirdly, this 275 1, 87 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We see and judge of all things 276 1, 88 | confused nature. We ~can see this to a certain extent 277 1, 88 | things themselves; thus we see in the case of uneducated 278 1, 88 | separated souls; ~as we see in the case of the rich 279 1, 88 | Therefore separated souls see the devils and the ~angels.~ 280 1, 88 | agent. Thus that a person see a stone is due to the species 281 1, 88 | in his eye; but that he see it clearly, is due to the 282 1, 88 | souls of the departed cannot see ~what is done here, not 283 1, 88 | different, for since they ~see the light of Almighty God, 284 1, 88 | should die, lest he should see his people's afflictions ( 285 1, 88 | souls of the blessed who see God ~do know all that passes 286 1, 90 | to life, or the blind to see: ~like to which also is 287 1, 90 | by exterior things; as we see in ~other animals. Moreover, 288 1, 91 | generative power together; as we see in plants which are generated 289 1, 92 | necessarily equality," as we see in a person's image reflected 290 1, 92 | loves Himself. Wherefore we see that the image of God is 291 1, 92 | Therefore, as he there says: "We see, rather than ~believe, the 292 1, 92 | we believe rather ~than see that God is Trinity."~Aquin.: 293 1, 92 | word and love; but we do see in ~them a certain trace 294 1, 92 | will applying ~the sight to see, and to rest on what is 295 1, 92 | In all the soul we may see a kind of trinity, not, 296 1, 92 | whatever it ~sees it will see as unchangeable"; for in 297 1, 93 | God?~(2) Whether he could see the separate substances, 298 1, 93 | which is natural." But to see God through ~His Essence 299 1, 93 | his natural life did not see God through His Essence.~ 300 1, 93 | that, The first man did not see God through His Essence 301 1, 93 | means to ~sin. Hence all who see God through His Essence 302 1, 93 | is clear that he did not see God through His Essence.~ 303 1, 93 | have in heaven, when we see God ~through His Essence. 304 1, 93 | which sense Adam did not see God in ~an enigma.~Aquin.: 305 1, 93 | Wherefore the ~separate soul can see separate substances, as 306 1, 93 | Therefore he was able to see separate ~substances.~Aquin.: 307 1, 93 | the first man could not see the angels ~in their essence. 308 1, 93 | imagination or the like. Hence we see ~that when the natural power 309 1, 95 | of other animals. For we see in the ~latter a certain 310 1, 95 | obey ~reason; as we can see in the case of any one man. 311 1, 100 | perfect use of reason, as we see in those who are asleep 312 1, 102 | cause by the effect. Now, we see in the government of the ~ 313 1, 105 | all men, that they may see what is the dispensation 314 1, 105 | both inferior and superior, see the Essence ~of God immediately, 315 1, 105 | Himself; but of others who see ~God, each one knows the 316 1, 106 | In this way God alone can see the mind of another, ~according 317 1, 106 | inasmuch as they always see each other in the Word; 318 1, 107 | knowing God Himself, Whom all see in one ~way - that is, in 319 1, 107 | expresses its property. Now to see what is the property of 320 1, 107 | Dionysius, in ~which we see, that, as said above (A[ 321 1, 108 | subject to those whom they see to be ~stronger, in order 322 1, 109 | spiritual substances; ~whence we see that the soul moves the 323 1, 109 | believe that all the things we see happen may be ~brought about 324 1, 110 | and from within, for we ~see that the senses are changed 325 1, 111 | salvation can always assist and see the ~face of the Father." 326 1, 111 | OBJ 4: All the assistants see some things immediately 327 1, 111 | the higher ones among them see more than is seen by the ~ 328 1, 112 | guardianship of that kingdom. To ~see therefore how one angel 329 1, 114 | eye when disturbed cannot see well. ~Wherefore if the 330 1, 116 | all men, that they ~may see what is the dispensation 331 1, 118 | to perfect: therefore we see that in the generation of 332 2, 3 | the higher nature. ~But to see His own Essence is the perfection 333 2, 3 | Vulg.: 'because'] we shall see Him as He is."~Aquin.: SMT 334 2, 4 | of ~heart; for they shall see God": and (Heb. 12:14): " 335 2, 4 | without which no man shall see God."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] 336 2, 4 | answers "that they cannot ~see the Unchangeable Substance, 337 2, 4 | Substance, as the blessed angels see It; either for ~some other 338 2, 4 | the souls of the departed see not God as the angels do," 339 2, 4 | not only that they shall see and enjoy ~God, but also 340 2, 4 | Is. 66:14): "You shall see and your heart shall rejoice, 341 2, 4 | is only by this that they see one another and rejoice ~ 342 2, 5 | Essence, to wish not to see It. ~Because every good 343 2, 5 | A[1]: ~since in order to see this, all are immediately 344 2, 5 | it impossible ~for man to see the Divine Essence; wherefore 345 2, 6 | Nyssa, and ~Damascene [*See Objection 1], the voluntary 346 2, 7 | circumstances, as we ~shall see further on (Q[18], AA[10], 347 2, 8 | will, sometimes its act [*See note: above A[1], Reply 348 2, 8 | except in so far as ~we see the principles in those 349 2, 10 | would not of ~necessity see such an object: for it might 350 2, 10 | colored, and thus it would not see it. Now ~just as the actually 351 2, 12 | xi, 6) that "the will to see the window, has for its 352 2, 12 | another act from the will to see, through the window, ~the 353 2, 12 | But that I should will to see the passersby, through the ~ 354 2, 12 | whereas that I will to see the window, ~belongs to 355 2, 13 | others: thus we can easily see for ourselves ~that a sheep 356 2, 13 | prudent by instinct." ~We see this plainly, in wonderful 357 2, 16 | understand; and the eye, to see; but also external things, ~ 358 2, 17 | Apostle adds ~(Rm. 7:15): "I see another law in my members, 359 2, 19 | of glory, every one will see in each thing that he ~wills, 360 2, 23 | species; for ~instance, to see, and to hear. But the irascible 361 2, 27 | love a good writer, we can see ~a likeness of proportion, 362 2, 27 | not at all, even if we ~see how beautiful it is." Therefore 363 2, 31 | who sit in darkness, and see not the ~light of heaven?" 364 2, 33 | Is. 60:5): ~"Thou shall see and abound, thy heart shall 365 2, 35 | he says after: "Since we see that the most savage animals ~ 366 2, 38 | where they were not wont to ~see him." Hence we may gather 367 2, 40 | we hope for that which we see not; we wait for it with 368 2, 40 | by the things that they see." But hope is of things 369 2, 40 | dumb ~animals. For if a dog see a hare, or a hawk see a 370 2, 40 | dog see a hare, or a hawk see a bird, too far off, it ~ 371 2, 44 | lack of power: and again we see the inhabitants of a city, 372 2, 45 | kind ~of hope, as we shall see later on (Q[46], A[1]). 373 2, 48 | it be present: hence we see that hot water freezes harder, 374 2, 51 | principle of its act, as ~we see in human acts. For the acts 375 2, 51 | overcome the passive. Whence we see that because fire ~cannot 376 2, 51 | one is the "possible" [*See FP, Q[79], A[2] ad 2] ~intellect 377 2, 56 | of the will, as we shall see further on ~(A[3]; Q[57], 378 2, 56 | theological, as we shall see later on (Q[62], A[3]).~ 379 2, 57 | the same power of sight to see both color, and light, which 380 2, 57 | in ~the agent, e.g. "to see," "to will," and the like. 381 2, 60 | agent: for instance, we see that owing to the one action 382 2, 61 | his nature is a social [*See above note on ~Chrysostom] 383 2, 65 | hope, full comprehension [*See above, Q[4], A[3]]: ~so 384 2, 66 | proportionately, as we ~shall see further on (A[2]).~Aquin.: 385 2, 66 | law of the most High," [*See ~Lesson in the Mass Statuit ( 386 2, 67 | subject, viz. that the Blessed see that which makes ~them happy, 387 2, 67 | hope for?" But the Blessed see that which is the object 388 2, 67 | In Thy light we shall see ~light." Now an imperfect 389 2, 68 | proportionate to its mover: thus we see that a ~disciple needs a 390 2, 68 | He upon Whom thou shalt see the Spirit descending ~and 391 2, 69 | future life that we shall see God, and that our Divine 392 2, 69 | to Him, because we shall see Him as He ~is." Therefore 393 2, 69 | appear, and another, when we ~see the first signs of the fruit.~ 394 2, 69 | understanding, we can, so to speak, "see ~God." Likewise, in this 395 2, 69 | to a contemplative life [*See Q[3]]. ~Now these three 396 2, 69 | given ~above. Because to "see God" corresponds to the 397 2, 69 | the eye disposes one to see ~clearly: hence the clean 398 2, 69 | promised that they shall see God. ~Again, to make peace 399 2, 69 | desire. And yet more is it to see God, even as he is a greater 400 2, 73 | matter carefully, we ~shall see that there are two kinds 401 2, 74 | supreme court, even as we see that in speculative matters 402 2, 77 | Apostle says (Rm. 7:23): "I see another law in my ~members, 403 2, 77 | instance, when it cannot see clearly, as the ~Philosopher 404 2, 77 | sin; and it is thus, as we see, that many ~murders and 405 2, 79 | not enlightened by God to see aright, and ~man's heart 406 2, 81 | matter carefully ~we shall see that it is impossible for 407 2, 83 | Apostle says (Rm. 7:23): "I see another law in my ~members 408 2, 84 | to the whole tree. For we see that by riches man ~acquires 409 2, 85 | understanding," as anyone ~may see who reads the context.~Aquin.: 410 2, 85 | blind man the aptitude to see remains in the very root 411 2, 87 | being baptized, will never see the kingdom of ~God, as 412 2, 87 | be born ~again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." Much 413 2, 87 | blind." In ~like manner we see that many children, those 414 2, 87 | even ~in human affairs we see men take the debts of another 415 2, 87 | wont to live long enough to see the third ~and fourth generation, 416 2, 87 | them, and the parents can see their ~children's punishments 417 2, 88 | not the ~Son, shall not see life," says (Tract. xii 418 2, 88 | delectation, ~if morose [*See Q[74], A[6]], is a mortal 419 2, 90 | Apostle says (Rm. 7:23): "I see another law in my members," 420 2, 91 | Apostle says (Rm. 7:23): "I see another law in my ~members, 421 2, 92 | it is regulated: thus we see ~that the virtue of the 422 2, 93 | De Vera Relig. xxx): "We see a law above ~our minds, 423 2, 93 | except ~the blessed who see God in His Essence. But 424 2, 94 | the passions; as we may see by going through ~them one 425 2, 95 | Now it is ~difficult to see how man could suffice for 426 2, 95 | it is easier for man to see what is right, by taking 427 2, 95 | so far, to wit, as they see at once what ~is the best 428 2, 97 | speculative sciences, we see that ~the teaching of the 429 2, 98 | saw not." Hence he did not see the very ~Essence of God; 430 2, 99 | Reply OBJ 3: As any one can see, who reads carefully the 431 2, 100 | Ps. 45:11: "Be still and see that I am God." In this ~ 432 2, 102 | finish the ~tabernacle: See, says He, that thou make 433 2, 102 | virtue, ~until they come to see God, as stated in Ps. 83: 434 2, 102 | foreshadow Christ: as we ~shall see by taking them one by one.~ 435 2, 102 | clearly at night, but cannot see in the daytime, denotes 436 2, 103 | custom: thus ~even now we see that certain foods are looked 437 2, 105 | thus ~(Dt. 25:2), "if they see that the offender be worthy 438 2, 105 | 17: "He ~that . . . shall see his brother in need, and 439 2, 105 | judgment . ~. . and thou see that the words of the judges 440 2, 106 | passage (1 Cor. 13:12): ~"We see now through a glass in a 441 2, 109 | senses, however pure, cannot see any visible object, without 442 2, 109 | Now in corporeal things we see that for movement there ~ 443 2, 109 | whereby we are enlightened ~to see what pertains to natural 444 2, 109 | principle; and hence we ~see in natural things, that 445 2, 109 | though most healthy cannot see unless it is helped by the ~ 446 2, 112 | come to me, I shall not see Him; if He depart I shall 447 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly. For we see that by the sacrament of ~ 448 2, 113 | own manner, just as ~we see that in natural things, 449 2, 113 | gift of wisdom, even as we see ~that things are revealed 450 2, 113 | dispose the ~subject. Hence we see that immediately the matter 451 2, 113 | the agent; and hence we see that the stronger the agent, 452 2, 1 | according to 1 Cor. 13:12: ~"We see now through a glass in a 453 2, 1 | to Him: because we shall see Him as He is": ~hence that 454 2, 1 | father rejoiced that he might see My day: he saw ~it, and 455 2, 1 | says (1 Cor. 13:12): "We see now through a glass in a 456 2, 1 | light of faith makes us see what we believe. For just ~ 457 2, 1 | another: since we ~hope to see some day what we now believe 458 2, 1 | according to ~1 Cor. 13:12: "We see now through a glass in a 459 2, 1 | that what we ~believe, they see. In like manner it may happen 460 2, 1 | faith, ~for neither do they see or know them in themselves, 461 2, 1 | of faith which makes them see that they ~ought to believe 462 2, 1 | things ~which we hope to see, according to Heb. 11:2: " 463 2, 1 | secret of the Godhead, to see ~which is to possess happiness; 464 2, 2 | Constantine, thou shalt see me again" [*Cf. Baron, Annal., 465 2, 4 | hope for that which ~we see not": because to see the 466 2, 4 | we see not": because to see the truth is to possess 467 2, 4 | believe what we ~do not see," and when Damascene says ( 468 2, 4 | according to ~1 Cor. 13:12: "We see now through a glass in a 469 2, 5 | i, 10) that "man cannot see God or things that are ~ 470 2, 5 | according to ~1 Cor. 13:13: "We see now through a glass in a 471 2, 5 | faith we ~believe what we see not," according to Augustine ( 472 2, 5 | the second way, for they see many evident signs, whereby 473 2, 5 | God, although they do ~not see the things themselves that 474 2, 6 | cause, since of those who see the same ~miracle, or who 475 2, 8 | of ~heart, for they shall see God," does not respond to 476 2, 8 | being purified, they can see what eye hath not ~seen."~ 477 2, 8 | imperfect, whereby, though we see not what ~God is, yet we 478 2, 8 | not what ~God is, yet we see what He is not; and whereby, 479 2, 10 | faith in contempt, if they see the faithful fall away. 480 2, 11 | you who hold the faith and see of ~Peter. If however this, 481 2, 14 | delightful for the ~eyes to see the sun." Therefore blindness 482 2, 14 | them and they ~shall not see the sun." In either of these 483 2, 14 | defect of one who cannot see.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] A[ 484 2, 16 | by hope we ~enter in to see what we believe. Or we may 485 2, 22 | serve Him, and they ~shall see His face" (Apoc. 22:3,4). 486 2, 24 | same visual act ~whereby we see the light, and whereby we 487 2, 24 | the light, and whereby we see the color under the aspect ~ 488 2, 24 | The wicked shall be,' etc. See Reply ~to this Objection.]." 489 2, 24 | shall rejoice ~when he shall see the revenge," since, according 490 2, 24 | companions; we ~cannot even see them. Therefore we are unable 491 2, 25 | naturally love that in which we see ~our own good. Now it is 492 2, 25 | gives ~more pleasure to see one's virtuous good than 493 2, 26 | in this life, since "we see now through a ~glass, in 494 2, 28 | the mind does not easily see aright, when ~these things 495 2, 29 | of good, so does justice see therein the ~aspect of debt, 496 2, 30 | of this world, and shall see his brother in need, and 497 2, 30 | of the recipient when we see that his need is evident ~ 498 2, 31 | but ~by correcting what we see": else we should become 499 2, 32 | argument is true of those who see God's Essence, which ~is 500 2, 33 | to no precept, as one may see by going through the precepts


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