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1 1, 1 | known by the light of a higher science: thus the science 2 1, 1 | established by the light of ~a higher science, namely, the science 3 1, 1 | to the conclusions of a higher science; and ~such, as we 4 1, 1 | something which falls under a higher faculty or habit ~as well; 5 1, 1 | habit ~as well; because the higher faculty or habit regards 6 1, 1 | science to depend upon a ~higher; as music depends on arithmetic. 7 1, 1 | certitude, or by reason of the higher worth of its ~subject-matter. 8 1, 1 | misled: in point of the higher worth of ~its subject-matter 9 1, 1 | other sciences as upon the higher, but makes use of them as ~ 10 1, 1 | judged in the light of some higher principle, he is said to 11 1, 1 | them, but leave this to a higher science; whereas the highest 12 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the higher creatures are, the nearer 13 1, 1 | chiefly to be taken from the higher creatures, ~and not from 14 1, 2 | under the ~direction of a higher agent, whatever is done 15 1, 2 | also be traced back to some higher cause other than ~human 16 1, 3 | for it is written: "He is higher than Heaven, and what wilt 17 1, 5 | nature of goodness from a higher and more universal point 18 1, 6 | directed to their ends by a higher intelligence.~Aquin.: SMT 19 1, 12 | above its own nature to a higher level by grace. The proof 20 1, 12 | whose intellectual power is higher, will see Him the more clearly; ~ 21 1, 12 | 1/1~Whether by grace a higher knowledge of God can be 22 1, 12 | It seems that by grace a higher knowledge of God is not 23 1, 13 | in a ~more excellent and higher way. Hence it does not follow 24 1, 14 | to creatures exist in ~a higher state in God Himself (Q[ 25 1, 14 | of the divine essence is higher than that of ~creatures, 26 1, 14 | creatures pre-exist in God in a higher way, as is clear from the ~ 27 1, 18 | as man, have the still higher ~faculty of understanding.~ 28 1, 18 | have self-movement in a higher degree, that is, not only ~ 29 1, 19 | predetermined for it by some higher intellect; as the end and 30 1, 19 | that in the order of the higher cause it shall not happen; 31 1, 19 | designs of the divine and higher cause. Thus He foretold 32 1, 21 | law comes to us from some higher power, God is a law unto 33 1, 22 | knowledge of what is better and ~higher; for we cannot understand 34 1, 25 | in reference either ~to higher causes, or to inferior causes, 35 1, 25 | possible in reference to a higher cause. Those ~things, however, 36 1, 39 | is not predicated of the higher except by ~accidental predication; 37 1, 39 | the lower in regard to a ~higher species: because in God 38 1, 47 | distinction comes from matter to a higher cause. ~Secondly, because 39 1, 50 | fixed natures, which are higher than the natures of ~sensible 40 1, 50 | them some form which is higher than the sensible soul. 41 1, 54 | substance. For the angel is both higher and simpler than the active ~ 42 1, 54 | receives enlightenment from a higher angel, and enlightens a 43 1, 55 | from things?~(3) Do the higher angels know by more universal 44 1, 55 | are ~essentially in the higher, while the higher are in 45 1, 55 | in the higher, while the higher are in the lower ~participatively: 46 1, 55 | from things. But in the higher spiritual ~substances - 47 1, 55 | On the other hand, the higher ~substances - that is, the 48 1, 55 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the higher angels understand by more 49 1, 55 | It would seem that the higher angels do not understand 50 1, 55 | act. If, therefore, the higher ~angels know by more universal 51 1, 55 | lower, it follows that the ~higher have a more imperfect knowledge 52 1, 55 | type of many. But if the ~higher angel knows various things 53 1, 55 | forms, it follows that the higher angel ~uses one universal 54 1, 55 | Coel. Hier. xii) that the higher angels ~have a more universal 55 1, 55 | Causis it is ~said that the higher angels have more universal 56 1, 55 | Body Para. 2/2~Thus the higher the angel is, by so much 57 1, 56 | it would follow that the higher angels could not know the 58 1, 56 | natures, since both the higher and lower bear affinity 59 1, 57 | lower power can do, the higher can do ~likewise. But man' 60 1, 57 | order of things is for the higher beings ~to be more perfect 61 1, 57 | to be ~contained in the higher eminently, and in a certain 62 1, 57 | runs in this way, that the higher a thing is, so much the ~ 63 1, 57 | the common sense which is higher than the proper sense, ~ 64 1, 57 | or accident; but as the higher bears resemblance to ~the 65 1, 57 | Spirit"; yet so that the higher angels ~beholding the Divine 66 1, 57 | the beginning; even the higher angels learned these afterwards, 67 1, 58 | knowledge extends. For, as the higher, namely, the heavenly, bodies 68 1, 58 | lower power can do, the higher can do. But ~the human intellect 69 1, 58 | of the angel, ~which is higher in the order of nature, 70 1, 59 | the angels, but something higher than reason. ~Therefore 71 1, 59 | the angels, but something higher than the ~will.~Aquin.: 72 1, 59 | intellectual, there is ~no appetite higher than the will. ~Aquin.: 73 1, 59 | or less; because in the higher angels the ~intellectual 74 1, 59 | in the angels, and ~in a higher degree of perfection than 75 1, 59 | from something ~which is higher than it. Therefore it does 76 1, 59 | in a nobler manner in the higher angels ~than it does in 77 1, 61 | them to mount up to a still higher heaven. And this is contrary 78 1, 61 | us from ~saying that the higher angels, as having an exalted 79 1, 62 | rise up to the rank of a higher, and the distinct degrees 80 1, 62 | beatitude, whom He made of a higher nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 81 1, 62 | that the angels who had a higher nature, were ~turned to 82 1, 62 | Therefore if unable to ascend higher, it ~would appear that there 83 1, 62 | secured, it cannot pass to a higher degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 84 1, 63 | Further, the angels are higher than the heavenly bodies. 85 1, 63 | is not referred to any ~higher end. But every created will 86 1, 63 | ever covet the grade of a higher nature; ~just as an ass 87 1, 63 | a man seeks to occupy ~a higher grade as to accidentals, 88 1, 63 | subject, he can also seek a higher grade of nature, to ~which 89 1, 63 | desire equality with a ~higher; and still more to covet 90 1, 63 | fall away from it. But the higher an angel is, so much ~the 91 1, 63 | to sin, it seems that the higher angels were less likely 92 1, 63 | which are beneath it, yet higher than men in the ~order of 93 1, 63 | over the lower bodies, the higher over the higher ~bodies; 94 1, 63 | bodies, the higher over the higher ~bodies; and the highest 95 1, 63 | that it existed in ~the higher angels more than in the 96 1, 63 | which ~was greater in the higher spirits. Hence Gregory says 97 1, 63 | desiring to be ~subject to a higher angel rather than to God. 98 1, 64 | self-application to something higher. ~The separated substances 99 1, 64 | can of ~his nature have a higher knowledge of God than man 100 1, 65 | conversion, were given an higher or a ~lower rank, retaining 101 1, 65 | have in some special and higher manner God as their ~end, 102 1, 65 | the lower is ruled by the higher in a certain ~fitting order, 103 1, 65 | spiritual, as the lower by the higher.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 104 1, 65 | be borne in mind that the higher the cause, the ~more numerous 105 1, 65 | that thing proceed from a ~higher cause. Thus the thing that 106 1, 65 | something that is caused by a higher cause. But creation is the ~ 107 1, 65 | is made in one way by a higher power, in another by a lower. 108 1, 65 | proceed by movement, or, still higher, to the types in the Divine ~ 109 1, 66 | OBJ 3: Further, matter is higher than accident, for matter 110 1, 66 | bodies ~are governed by the higher in a certain order." If, 111 1, 66 | then, there exists a still higher heaven, it must ~be wholly 112 1, 67 | formed first, as being of higher ~dignity than corporeal. 113 1, 68 | even to the tops ~of the higher mountains, all to go to 114 1, 68 | transparent bodies from ~the higher, and the cloudy region divides 115 1, 68 | cloudy region divides that higher part of the air, ~where 116 1, 68 | for the same purpose, the higher being the place of their 117 1, 68 | aerial, the starry, and one higher than both these, of which 118 1, 68 | there is what is called a higher and a lower region Rabanus ~ 119 1, 68 | four distinct heavens. The higher region of ~fire he calls 120 1, 68 | mountain of that name: the higher region of air he calls, 121 1, 69 | the ~spiritual nature is higher than the corporeal, so the 122 1, 69 | than the corporeal, so the higher bodies are ~nobler than 123 1, 69 | Hence the formation of the higher bodies is ~indicated in 124 1, 69 | precede, in order to show that higher and spiritual ~forms, such 125 1, 69 | Red Sea, that ~the sea is higher than the land, as Basil 126 1, 70 | firmament; if we admit a higher and a lower firmament, the 127 1, 70 | stars were ~fixed in the higher firmament.~Aquin.: SMT FP 128 1, 70 | it ~untrue to say that a higher creature may be made for 129 1, 70 | living substance stands higher in the order of ~nature 130 1, 71 | limbs, and ~generation of a higher order. For they bring forth 131 1, 71 | with the heaven as to the higher region. But birds move in 132 1, 72 | and ~their generation of a higher order, (yet some imperfect 133 1, 72 | land ~animals, from the higher perfection of their life, 134 1, 74 | corporeal on the two others, the higher bodies being formed on ~ 135 1, 74 | the heaven, to which the higher region of ~air approaches, 136 1, 76 | elemental qualities. ~And the higher we advance in the nobility 137 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the higher a power is, the more unified 138 1, 77 | those which ~belong to a higher order acquire perfect goodness 139 1, 77 | movements; and ~those yet higher acquire perfect goodness 140 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The higher power of itself regards 141 1, 77 | lower power; because the higher a power ~is, to a greater 142 1, 77 | of the object, which the higher power ~considers of itself; 143 1, 77 | however, are subject to one higher ~power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 144 1, 77 | first; since it is common to higher and lower bodies. But ~sound 145 1, 39 | is not predicated of the higher except by ~accidental predication; 146 1, 39 | the lower in regard to a ~higher species: because in God 147 1, 48 | distinction comes from matter to a higher cause. ~Secondly, because 148 1, 51 | fixed natures, which are higher than the natures of ~sensible 149 1, 51 | them some form which is higher than the sensible soul. 150 1, 55 | substance. For the angel is both higher and simpler than the active ~ 151 1, 55 | receives enlightenment from a higher angel, and enlightens a 152 1, 56 | from things?~(3) Do the higher angels know by more universal 153 1, 56 | are ~essentially in the higher, while the higher are in 154 1, 56 | in the higher, while the higher are in the lower ~participatively: 155 1, 56 | from things. But in the higher spiritual ~substances - 156 1, 56 | On the other hand, the higher ~substances - that is, the 157 1, 56 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the higher angels understand by more 158 1, 56 | It would seem that the higher angels do not understand 159 1, 56 | act. If, therefore, the higher ~angels know by more universal 160 1, 56 | lower, it follows that the ~higher have a more imperfect knowledge 161 1, 56 | type of many. But if the ~higher angel knows various things 162 1, 56 | forms, it follows that the higher angel ~uses one universal 163 1, 56 | Coel. Hier. xii) that the higher angels ~have a more universal 164 1, 56 | Causis it is ~said that the higher angels have more universal 165 1, 56 | Body Para. 2/2~Thus the higher the angel is, by so much 166 1, 57 | it would follow that the higher angels could not know the 167 1, 57 | natures, since both the higher and lower bear affinity 168 1, 58 | lower power can do, the higher can do ~likewise. But man' 169 1, 58 | order of things is for the higher beings ~to be more perfect 170 1, 58 | to be ~contained in the higher eminently, and in a certain 171 1, 58 | runs in this way, that the higher a thing is, so much the ~ 172 1, 58 | the common sense which is higher than the proper sense, ~ 173 1, 58 | or accident; but as the higher bears resemblance to ~the 174 1, 58 | Spirit"; yet so that the higher angels ~beholding the Divine 175 1, 58 | the beginning; even the higher angels learned these afterwards, 176 1, 59 | knowledge extends. For, as the higher, namely, the heavenly, bodies 177 1, 59 | lower power can do, the higher can do. But ~the human intellect 178 1, 59 | of the angel, ~which is higher in the order of nature, 179 1, 60 | the angels, but something higher than reason. ~Therefore 180 1, 60 | the angels, but something higher than the ~will.~Aquin.: 181 1, 60 | intellectual, there is ~no appetite higher than the will. ~Aquin.: 182 1, 60 | or less; because in the higher angels the ~intellectual 183 1, 60 | in the angels, and ~in a higher degree of perfection than 184 1, 60 | from something ~which is higher than it. Therefore it does 185 1, 60 | in a nobler manner in the higher angels than it does in the 186 1, 62 | them to mount up to a still higher heaven. And this is contrary 187 1, 62 | us from ~saying that the higher angels, as having an exalted 188 1, 63 | rise up to the rank of a higher, and the distinct degrees 189 1, 63 | beatitude, whom He made of a higher nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 190 1, 63 | that the angels who had a higher nature, were ~turned to 191 1, 63 | Therefore if unable to ascend higher, it ~would appear that there 192 1, 63 | secured, it cannot pass to a higher degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 193 1, 64 | Further, the angels are higher than the heavenly bodies. 194 1, 64 | is not referred to any ~higher end. But every created will 195 1, 64 | ever covet the grade of a higher nature; ~just as an ass 196 1, 64 | a man seeks to occupy ~a higher grade as to accidentals, 197 1, 64 | subject, he can also seek a higher grade of nature, to ~which 198 1, 64 | desire equality with a ~higher; and still more to covet 199 1, 64 | fall away from it. But the higher an angel is, so much ~the 200 1, 64 | to sin, it seems that the higher angels were less ~likely 201 1, 64 | which are beneath it, yet higher than men in the ~order of 202 1, 64 | over the lower bodies, the higher over the higher ~bodies; 203 1, 64 | bodies, the higher over the higher ~bodies; and the highest 204 1, 64 | that it existed in ~the higher angels more than in the 205 1, 64 | which ~was greater in the higher spirits. Hence Gregory says 206 1, 64 | desiring to be ~subject to a higher angel rather than to God. 207 1, 65 | self-application to something higher. ~The separated substances 208 1, 65 | can of ~his nature have a higher knowledge of God than man 209 1, 66 | conversion, were given an higher or a ~lower rank, retaining 210 1, 66 | have in some special and higher manner God as their ~end, 211 1, 66 | the lower is ruled by the higher in a certain ~fitting order, 212 1, 66 | spiritual, as the lower by the higher.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 213 1, 66 | be borne in mind that the higher the cause, the ~more numerous 214 1, 66 | that thing proceed from a ~higher cause. Thus the thing that 215 1, 66 | something that is caused by a higher cause. But creation is the ~ 216 1, 66 | is made in one way by a higher power, in another by a lower. 217 1, 66 | proceed by movement, or, still higher, to the types in the Divine ~ 218 1, 67 | OBJ 3: Further, matter is higher than accident, for matter 219 1, 67 | bodies ~are governed by the higher in a certain order." If, 220 1, 67 | then, there exists a still higher heaven, it must ~be wholly 221 1, 68 | formed first, as being of higher ~dignity than corporeal. 222 1, 69 | even to the tops ~of the higher mountains, all to go to 223 1, 69 | transparent bodies from ~the higher, and the cloudy region divides 224 1, 69 | cloudy region divides that higher part of the air, ~where 225 1, 69 | for the same purpose, the higher being the place of their 226 1, 69 | aerial, the starry, and one higher than both these, of which 227 1, 69 | there is what is called a higher and a lower region Rabanus ~ 228 1, 69 | four distinct heavens. The higher region of ~fire he calls 229 1, 69 | mountain of that name: the higher region of air he calls, 230 1, 70 | the ~spiritual nature is higher than the corporeal, so the 231 1, 70 | than the corporeal, so the higher bodies are ~nobler than 232 1, 70 | Hence the formation of the higher bodies is ~indicated in 233 1, 70 | precede, in order to show that higher and spiritual ~forms, such 234 1, 70 | Red Sea, that ~the sea is higher than the land, as Basil 235 1, 71 | firmament; if we admit a higher and a lower firmament, the 236 1, 71 | stars were ~fixed in the higher firmament.~Aquin.: SMT FP 237 1, 71 | it ~untrue to say that a higher creature may be made for 238 1, 71 | living substance stands higher in the order of ~nature 239 1, 71 | limbs, and ~generation of a higher order. For they bring forth 240 1, 71 | with the heaven as to the higher region. But birds move in 241 1, 71 | and ~their generation of a higher order, (yet some imperfect 242 1, 71 | land ~animals, from the higher perfection of their life, 243 1, 73 | corporeal on the two others, the higher bodies being formed on ~ 244 1, 73 | the heaven, to which the higher region of ~air approaches, 245 1, 75 | elemental qualities. ~And the higher we advance in the nobility 246 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the higher a power is, the more unified 247 1, 76 | those which ~belong to a higher order acquire perfect goodness 248 1, 76 | movements; and ~those yet higher acquire perfect goodness 249 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The higher power of itself regards 250 1, 76 | lower power; because the higher a power ~is, to a greater 251 1, 76 | of the object, which the higher power ~considers of itself; 252 1, 76 | however, are subject to one higher ~power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 253 1, 76 | first; since it is common to higher and lower bodies. But ~sound 254 1, 77 | their ~objects. For the higher a power is, the more universal 255 1, 77 | that which is lowest in the higher nature, as is made clear ~ 256 1, 77 | of living things is in a higher ~way, through something 257 1, 78 | this is done by something higher than the ~soul: according 258 1, 78 | participation from some higher intellect: which is ~unfitting. 259 1, 78 | there must ~needs be some higher intellect, by which the 260 1, 78 | some power derived from a ~higher intellect, whereby it is 261 1, 78 | xii, 2,3,8) that to the higher part of ~the soul belongs 262 1, 78 | rise from lower things to higher, first the sense comes to 263 1, 78 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the higher and lower reason are distinct 264 1, 78 | It would seem that the higher and lower reason are distinct ~ 265 1, 78 | of the ~Trinity is in the higher part of the reason, and 266 1, 78 | its powers. Therefore the higher and lower ~reason are two 267 1, 78 | lower reason flows ~from the higher, and is ruled and directed 268 1, 78 | directed by it. Therefore the higher ~reason is another power 269 1, 78 | must be the same as the higher reason, which, ~according 270 1, 78 | things." Therefore the higher reason is another power 271 1, 78 | which we may understand the higher reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 272 1, 78 | Trin. xii, 4) that "the higher and ~lower reason are only 273 1, 78 | 1/2~I answer that, The higher and lower reason, as they 274 1, 78 | For he says that "the ~higher reason is that which is 275 1, 78 | reaches the end. Wherefore the higher and lower ~reasons are one 276 1, 78 | wisdom is attributed to the higher reason, science to ~the 277 1, 78 | to its various acts, the higher and ~lower reason are called 278 1, 78 | is said to flow from the higher, or to be ~ruled by it, 279 1, 78 | by the principles of the higher reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 280 1, 78 | is ~not the same as the higher reason: for necessary truths 281 1, 78 | wish to rise ~from lower to higher things, first the sense 282 1, 78 | to the reason as ~to its higher part, as Augustine says ( 283 1, 78 | held ~that it is a power higher than reason; while others [* 284 1, 79 | that have knowledge in a ~higher manner and above the manner 285 1, 79 | Anima iii, 11) that the higher appetite ~moves the lower.~ 286 1, 80 | sensuality against the ~higher and lower reason, which 287 1, 80 | Sensuality is divided against higher and lower reason, as ~having 288 1, 80 | power, to which belong the higher and lower reason, is a motive 289 1, 80 | unsuitable to it, towards a higher position which is ~suitable, 290 1, 80 | concupiscible powers obey ~the higher part, in which are the intellect 291 1, 80 | cause ~movement, unless the higher appetite consents. And this 292 1, 80 | Anima iii, 11), that "the higher appetite moves the ~lower 293 1, 80 | lower appetite, as the higher sphere moves the lower." 294 1, 81 | necessity?~(3) Whether it is a higher power than the intellect?~( 295 1, 81 | 1~Whether the will is a higher power than the intellect? ~ 296 1, 81 | seem that the will is a higher power than the intellect. ~ 297 1, 81 | Therefore the will is a higher power than the intellect.~ 298 1, 81 | the intellect to be the higher ~power than the intellect.~ 299 1, 81 | then the ~intellect is the higher power. And this is clear 300 1, 81 | thing is, the ~nobler and higher it is in itself; and therefore 301 1, 81 | object of the ~intellect is higher than the object of the will. 302 1, 81 | itself and absolutely is higher and nobler than the ~will. 303 1, 81 | that ~the will is sometimes higher than the intellect, from 304 1, 81 | will occurs in something higher than that in which occurs ~ 305 1, 81 | such a thing, the will is higher than the intellect. ~But 306 1, 81 | that thing the intellect is higher than the will. ~Wherefore 307 1, 81 | the intellect is simply higher and nobler than the will. 308 1, 81 | then again the intellect is higher ~and nobler than the will, 309 1, 81 | in this way the ~will is higher than the intellect, and 310 1, 81 | an intellectual principle higher than our intellect ~- namely, 311 1, 83 | things that belong to the higher power; whereas ~the higher 312 1, 83 | higher power; whereas ~the higher power operates in a more 313 1, 83 | Now lower ~things are in higher things in a more eminent 314 1, 83 | although the essence of the higher creature has a certain ~ 315 1, 83 | degree of perfection as the higher bodies. For ~the matter 316 1, 83 | Plato held; but that the higher ~and more noble agent which 317 1, 83 | judgment of the intellect is higher than the ~senses. Therefore 318 1, 85 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The higher power can do what the lower 319 1, 87 | OBJ 2: Science treats of higher things principally by way 320 1, 88 | by turning to something ~higher than to understand by turning 321 1, 88 | intellectual power of the higher ~natures. If, therefore, 322 1, 89 | things are forwarded by the higher," as Dionysius says (Eccl. ~ 323 1, 89 | produced into existence by the ~higher, and souls by angels.~Aquin.: 324 1, 89 | themselves, and that the higher ~things lead forward the 325 1, 90 | in such a way that the ~higher elements, fire and air, 326 1, 93 | through His creatures. Now the higher the creature is, and the 327 1, 93 | powers were subjected to the higher, ~and the higher nature 328 1, 93 | to the higher, ~and the higher nature was made so as not 329 1, 93 | man were subject to the higher, and were no impediment 330 1, 95 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A higher power can do many things 331 1, 95 | Now an angel is naturally ~higher than man. Therefore certain 332 1, 102 | things ~were governed by a higher being, they would tend to 333 1, 102 | according to the ordering of ~a higher cause, he does not say absolutely 334 1, 103 | as the middle cause is higher and nearer to the first 335 1, 103 | things is ascribed to the higher causes: thus the ~Philosopher 336 1, 104 | subjected to cause. Wherefore a higher ~cause is not subjected 337 1, 105 | taught Divine science by the higher ~minds."~Aquin.: SMT FP 338 1, 105 | Anima iii, 11) that the higher ~appetite moves the lower. 339 1, 105 | of the superior angel is ~higher, so also is his will. It 340 1, 105 | superior ever remain in a ~higher order, and have a more perfect 341 1, 107 | communicate a gift, the higher grade he ~occupies, as he 342 1, 107 | mastership who can teach ~a higher science. By this similitude 343 1, 107 | enlighten and perfect, and in a higher way than can the ~orders 344 1, 107 | an order is to God, the higher it is. But the ~order of " 345 1, 107 | before love, and intellect is higher ~than will. Therefore the 346 1, 107 | of "Cherubim" seems to be higher than the ~"Seraphim."~Aquin.: 347 1, 107 | affinity to the lowest in the ~higher order; as the lowest animals 348 1, 107 | to the object loved. Now higher things are in a nobler way 349 1, 107 | whereas lower things are in higher ~things in a nobler way 350 1, 107 | love them; and to love the higher things, ~God above all, 351 1, 109 | sensible ~bodies, but something higher and more universal; and 352 1, 109 | angel, even the least, has a higher and more ~universal power 353 1, 110 | subject to the actions of higher, as explained above (Q[109], ~ 354 1, 110 | is strengthened, so much higher an intelligible truth can ~ 355 1, 110 | thoughts are attributed to a higher principle, namely, God, 356 1, 111 | it is congruous that the higher body should be ~attributed 357 1, 111 | Hier. xiii), that "the higher ranks fulfil ~no exterior 358 1, 111 | things, for ~the sake of a higher order, that is, according 359 1, 111 | superior are ~sent to the higher ministries, and the lower 360 1, 111 | enlightened by ~God; while the higher ones among them see more 361 1, 112 | through the medium ~of the higher, as Dionysius says (Coel. 362 1, 112 | universal an agent is, the higher it is. Thus the ~guardianship 363 1, 112 | those chosen by God for the higher ~degree of glory.~Aquin.: 364 1, 114 | bodies, since this is a higher power than theirs. ~Therefore 365 1, 114 | terrestrial body take ~fire in the higher regions of the air and fall 366 1, 115 | which, if compared to some higher cause, ~is directly intended. 367 1, 115 | who refused to refer to a higher cause such events ~which 368 1, 116 | some active power as of a higher nature, as ~explained above ( 369 1, 116 | superior. But ~some men are higher than some angels; since 370 1, 116 | charity that they can merit a higher degree of beatitude than 371 1, 116 | able to ~move a body of higher degree, but only one of 372 1, 116 | heaven cannot move the ~higher heaven. Wherefore, since 373 1, 117 | power, but by the power of a higher ~agent, namely God enlightening ( 374 1, 117 | hinders the power of the higher agent from reaching to ~ 375 2, 2 | universal a thing is, the higher the principle ~from which 376 2, 2 | it depends; because the higher a cause is, the greater 377 2, 2 | touches the base of the higher ~nature. But man's highest 378 2, 3 | by an overflow from the higher. But in the ~imperfect happiness 379 2, 3 | to the perfection of the higher part.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] 380 2, 3 | lower partakes of something ~higher. Now it is evident that 381 2, 3 | is a participation of the higher substances, so the consideration ~ 382 2, 3 | perfect, when united to a higher nature; ~just as the final 383 2, 3 | contemplation of ~the angels; and higher indeed than in the consideration 384 2, 3 | lower nature may reach the higher in two ways. First, ~according 385 2, 3 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the higher the perfection belongs to 386 2, 3 | perfection belongs to the higher nature. ~But to see His 387 2, 3 | thing is the end of the higher and of the lower nature, 388 2, 3 | and thus the end of the higher nature is ~different from 389 2, 3 | Essence, comprehends It, is higher than that of a man or angel 390 2, 4 | Blessed are raised to the higher orders of the angels, ~thus 391 2, 5 | through the action of some higher ~creature?~(7) Whether any 392 2, 5 | through the action of some higher creature?~Aquin.: SMT FS 393 2, 5 | through the action of ~some higher creature, viz. an angel. 394 2, 5 | universe consists in ~the higher creatures acting on the 395 2, 5 | is made happy, through a ~higher creature, viz. an angel, 396 2, 6 | but is moved locally by a ~higher mover. And so the intrinsic 397 2, 9 | bodies are moved by the higher." But the movements of the 398 2, 9 | there is ~something which is higher than the will of man and 399 2, 11 | not in them, but in some higher nature, which moves ~all 400 2, 13 | form or species ~from a higher power or habit, according 401 2, 13 | the order imposed by the higher power. Wherefore ~choice 402 2, 15 | to an act belongs to the higher part of the soul ~only?~ 403 2, 15 | ascribes consent to the ~higher reason. But the reason is 404 2, 15 | science, but ~something higher, namely, understanding; 405 2, 15 | act belongs only to the higher part of the soul?~Aquin.: 406 2, 15 | not always belong to ~the higher reason. For "delight follows 407 2, 15 | does not belong only to the higher reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 408 2, 15 | voluntary acts. Therefore the higher ~reason is not alone in 409 2, 15 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, "the higher reason is that which is 410 2, 15 | act does not belong to the higher reason alone.~Aquin.: SMT 411 2, 15 | evident that it belongs to the higher ~reason to judge of all: 412 2, 15 | which is the function of the higher ~reason. Wherefore as long 413 2, 15 | the act ~belongs to the higher reason; but in that sense 414 2, 15 | work done belongs to the higher ~reason, as also does consent 415 2, 15 | think. Nevertheless the higher reason exercises judgment 416 2, 15 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The higher reason is said to consent 417 2, 17 | in regard to the act of a higher ~power, in so far as the 418 2, 17 | power acts in virtue of the higher power ~moving it: for thus 419 2, 17 | instigation of nature, or of a ~higher cause, as stated above ( 420 2, 17 | sensitive powers are of higher rank than ~the vegetal powers. 421 2, 19 | contrary to the command of a higher authority: for ~instance, 422 2, 19 | against the ~command of a higher power, namely, God Whose 423 2, 19 | contrary to the command of ~the higher authority. But if a man 424 2, 24 | because, to wit, when the higher part of the soul ~is intensely 425 2, 24 | power, which is subject to a higher, i.e. the Divine reason, 426 2, 28 | to ~his being raised to a higher knowledge; thus, a man is 427 2, 30 | account of the craving in the higher part of the soul being so ~ 428 2, 30 | following the lead of ~the higher appetite, the result being 429 2, 30 | lower, but ~also in the higher appetite. For it does not 430 2, 31 | Of the delights of the higher appetite compared with the 431 2, 34 | good pleasure, whereby the ~higher or lower appetite rests 432 2, 35 | look at God belongs to the higher reason, whose act is ~to 433 2, 35 | and ~imagination is of a higher order than the apprehension 434 2, 36 | itself, withdraws from a higher place, and approaches naturally 435 2, 36 | than it withdraws from the higher place, since withdrawal 436 2, 38 | is an overflow from the higher to the lower powers: and 437 2, 38 | contemplation, which is in the higher part, overflows so as to 438 2, 47 | despised. For ~just as the higher a man's position is, the 439 2, 50 | body. But ~if we speak of a higher nature, of which man may 440 2, 50 | some potentiality: and ~the higher it is, the less potentiality 441 2, 54 | disposes to an act befitting a higher nature. And ~thus human 442 2, 54 | to an act ~befitting some higher nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 443 2, 57 | understanding as on a virtue of higher ~degree: and both of these 444 2, 57 | Further, it belongs to the higher to judge the lower. The 445 2, 59 | follow the movement of the higher, as ~stated above (Q[17], 446 2, 61 | other virtues one ranks higher than ~another. But in order 447 2, 63 | since ~Divine Law is the higher rule, it extends to more 448 2, 63 | far as they proceed from higher ~principles, can cause acquired 449 2, 64 | that they ~seem to have no higher rule. Therefore the intellectual 450 2, 65 | there be perfection in the higher, but also in the lower power: 451 2, 66 | of an effect, and ~by the higher cause that we judge of the 452 2, 66 | either because it is about a higher ~object, or because it is 453 2, 66 | is less certain about a higher and ~better object, is preferable 454 2, 68 | disposition in order to receive a higher ~teaching from his master. 455 2, 68 | Consequently man needs yet higher ~perfections, whereby to 456 2, 68 | are moved by a principle higher than human reason. This 457 2, 68 | perfect man for acts which are higher than acts ~of virtue.~Aquin.: 458 2, 68 | of man ~being moved by a higher principle.~Aquin.: SMT FS 459 2, 68 | of being moved by the yet higher promptings of the Holy Ghost, 460 2, 68 | withdraws us from evil, for ~higher motives than moral virtue 461 2, 70 | from him in respect of a higher ~power, which is the power 462 2, 72 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the higher part of the soul, which 463 2, 72 | sinful act ~belongs to the higher reason, as we shall state 464 2, 73 | Now it is evident that the higher the ~principle the disorder 465 2, 73 | in a principle which is higher in the ~order of reason. 466 2, 73 | of the end: wherefore the higher the end which attaches to 467 2, 73 | according as it is about a higher or ~lower principle. And 468 2, 73 | sin against a person of higher rank; for this is done ~ 469 2, 74 | delectation be subjected in ~the higher reason?~(7) Whether the 470 2, 74 | sin is subjected in the ~higher reason?~(8) Whether the 471 2, 74 | mortal sin?~(9) Whether the higher reason can be the subject 472 2, 74 | Whether there can be in the higher reason a venial sin directed 473 2, 74 | in the ~lower and in the higher reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 474 2, 74 | consent to the act is in the higher reason?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 475 2, 74 | to the act is not in the ~higher reason. For consent is an 476 2, 74 | to the act is not in the higher reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 477 2, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "the higher reason is intent on contemplating 478 2, 74 | act is not always in the higher ~reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 479 2, 74 | 4: Further, just as the higher reason excels the lower, 480 2, 74 | act, ~independently of the higher reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 481 2, 74 | long as there remains a yet higher principle, ~the question 482 2, 74 | of the Divine law is the ~higher rule, it follows that the 483 2, 74 | pronounced, belongs to the higher reason which is intent on ~ 484 2, 74 | belongs properly to the higher reason, while the preliminary ~ 485 2, 74 | lower court: although the higher reason can ~also judge of 486 2, 74 | also to the judgment of the higher court, ~but not conversely.~ 487 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The higher reason is said to consent, 488 2, 74 | always proceeds ~from the higher reason: because, as Augustine 489 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The higher reason, by considering the 490 2, 74 | before the judgment of the ~higher reason is pronounced the 491 2, 74 | will then belong to the higher ~reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 492 2, 74 | cause an act before the higher or lower ~reason has time 493 2, 74 | requires time, during which the higher reason can also ~deliberate; 494 2, 74 | reason, ~but also in the higher reason, as stated above ( 495 2, 74 | which is proper to the ~higher reason, yet, it is intent 496 2, 74 | as the direction of the higher reason fails in ~directing 497 2, 74 | the prohibition of some ~higher authority: wherefore the 498 2, 74 | can be venial sin in the higher reason as directing the ~ 499 2, 74 | cannot be venial sin in the higher ~reason as directing the 500 2, 74 | Trin. xii, 7) that the "higher reason is intent on ~considering


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