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1 1, 12 | which must necessarily be united to the seer, the essence 2 1, 12 | their own existence are united to the ~intellect by means 3 1, 12 | so the divine essence is united to the created ~intellect, 4 1, 12 | state of its present life, united as it is ~to the body. It 5 1, 12 | the divine essence itself united to their ~intellect. For 6 1, 12 | in God, inasmuch as it is united to the Divine essence, in ~ 7 1, 12 | that ~whoever is the more united to God in this life, is 8 1, 12 | to God in this life, is united to Him as to ~one entirely 9 1, 12 | conferred by grace. But ~to be united to God while ignoring of 10 1, 12 | what He is," and thus are united to Him as to one unknown; ~ 11 1, 13 | the contrary, All synonyms united with each other are redundant, 12 1, 23 | them in this world when united ~with the body. The Apostle, 13 1, 25 | from the fact that it is united to ~the Godhead; and created 14 1, 27 | intellectual conception ~joined and united to the intelligent agent; 15 1, 36 | again inasmuch as they are united in any one property, for 16 1, 36 | distinct persons, but as united in essence. It ~seems, however, 17 1, 38 | except by a rational creature united to God. Other ~creatures 18 1, 39 | equal by the Son, and all united by the Holy ~Ghost." The 19 1, 39 | reason of the Son; and are united by reason of ~the Holy Ghost." 20 1, 39 | and the Son are said to be united.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 21 1, 41 | that is, I was foreseen as ~united to the creature. Or the 22 1, 43 | sense the two missions are united in the root ~which is grace, 23 1, 43 | the blessed are perfectly united to God. Therefore the ~invisible 24 1, 43 | journeying towards God, or united perfectly to Him." ~Such 25 1, 51 | angels have bodies naturally united to them?~(2) Whether they 26 1, 51 | angels have bodies naturally united to them?~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 51 | angels have bodies naturally united to them. ~For Origen says ( 28 1, 51 | angels have bodies ~naturally united to them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 29 1, 51 | angels ~have bodies naturally united to them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 30 1, 51 | bodies which are naturally united to them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 31 1, 51 | have not bodies naturally united to them. For ~whatever belongs 32 1, 51 | follows that to have a body united to it ~is not of the nature 33 1, 51 | to the human soul to be united to a body, because it ~is 34 1, 51 | intellectual substances are united ~to bodies; but some are 35 1, 51 | substances existing except as united to ~bodies; so much so that 36 1, 51 | which is not naturally ~united to it, but assumed for some 37 1, 51 | intellectual substance which is not united to a ~body is more perfect 38 1, 51 | perfect than one which is united to a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 39 1, 51 | sumere]. But a body is not ~united to an angel as to a form, 40 1, 51 | while in so far as it ~is united to the angel as to a mover, 41 1, 51 | have they bodies ~naturally united with them, as is clear from 42 1, 51 | OBJ 2: The body assumed is united to the angel not as its 43 1, 51 | Movement coming from a united mover is a proper function 44 1, 52 | mover, in so far as their ~united strengths all combine in 45 1, 54 | demons have bodies ~naturally united to them. Augustine often 46 1, 55 | otherwise they would be ~united with bodies to no purpose. 47 1, 56 | proceed, the ~object must be united with the agent; just as 48 1, 56 | And the ~object which is united to a faculty bears the same 49 1, 57 | much the ~more is its power united and far-reaching: thus in 50 1, 60 | one is better than to be united, so there is more ~oneness 51 1, 60 | consequence for another, as united to oneself. Nor can ~such 52 1, 65 | diverse in nature cannot be ~united of themselves. Hence whenever 53 1, 66 | is a separate substance united to it as its motive force. 54 1, 67 | says (Div. Nom. ii) are ~united and separated, which seems 55 1, 70 | nutritive souls must be united to a body in order to ~exercise 56 1, 70 | the heavenly body, need be united to the latter as its ~form; 57 1, 70 | of power, as a mover is united to that which he ~moves. 58 1, 70 | of spiritual nature are united to them, and act as their 59 1, 74 | production are separated or united according as the animals 60 1, 75 | nature of its essence can be united to the body, so that, properly ~ 61 1, 75 | of an angel, who is not united to a body.~ 62 1, 76 | intellectual principle is united to the body as its form?~( 63 1, 76 | form?~(6) Whether it be united to such a body by means 64 1, 76 | intellectual principle is united to the body as its form?~ 65 1, 76 | intellectual principle is not united to the ~body as its form. 66 1, 76 | body. ~Therefore it is not united to the body as its form.~ 67 1, 76 | Therefore if the intellect were united ~to the body as its form, 68 1, 76 | Therefore the intellect is not united to the body as its form.~ 69 1, 76 | Therefore ~the intellect is not united to the body as its form.~ 70 1, 76 | per se" existence is not united to the ~body as its form; 71 1, 76 | 2]). Therefore it is not united to the body as ~its form.~ 72 1, 76 | in it always. But to be united to matter belongs to the 73 1, 76 | intellectual principle is not united to the body ~as its form.~ 74 1, 76 | so that in some way it is united to the body of Socrates.~ 75 1, 76 | maintain that the intellect is united to the ~body as its motor; 76 1, 76 | intellect and Socrates are united in the above ~manner, the 77 1, 76 | and still the intellect be united to ~those other things only 78 1, 76 | intellectual principle is united to ~the body as its form.~ 79 1, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: To be united to the body belongs to the 80 1, 76 | natural inclination to be united to ~the body.~Aquin.: SMT 81 1, 76 | matter how the intellect is united or coupled to this or that ~ 82 1, 76 | virtue of its ~very being, is united to the body as its form; 83 1, 76 | life to ~the body by being united to it, and orders itself 84 1, 76 | soul was ~supposed to be united to the body, not as its 85 1, 76 | however, that the soul is united to the body as its ~form, 86 1, 76 | cannot be said that they are united by the one body; because 87 1, 76 | intellectual soul is not united to ~the body as its form, 88 1, 76 | the intellectual soul be united to the body as its ~substantial 89 1, 76 | intellectual soul is properly united to such a body?~Aquin.: 90 1, 76 | intellectual soul is improperly united to ~such a body. For matter 91 1, 76 | Therefore it is not properly united ~to a corruptible body.~ 92 1, 76 | Therefore the ~soul should be united to a most subtle body, to 93 1, 76 | Therefore, it should not be united to a body which is composed 94 1, 76 | soul should not have ~been united to a body which is imperfect 95 1, 76 | intellectual soul to be united to a body fitted ~to be 96 1, 76 | the intellectual soul is united should be a mixed body, 97 1, 76 | intellectual soul had to be united to such a body, and not ~ 98 1, 76 | the ~body to which it is united. For this reason we observe 99 1, 76 | the intellectual soul is united to the body through the 100 1, 76 | the intellectual soul is united to the body ~through the 101 1, 76 | seems that the soul is united to the body by means of 102 1, 76 | answer that, If the soul were united to the body, merely as a 103 1, 76 | the intellectual soul is united to the body as the ~substantial 104 1, 76 | spiritual substance which is united to a body as its ~motor 105 1, 76 | body as its ~motor only, is united thereto by power or virtue. 106 1, 76 | the intellectual ~soul is united by its very being to the 107 1, 76 | 1/1~Whether the soul is united to the animal body by means 108 1, 76 | It seems that the soul is united to the animal body by means 109 1, 76 | Therefore the soul ~is united to the human body by means 110 1, 76 | from one another, are not ~united except by something between 111 1, 76 | Therefore it seems to be united to the body by means ~of 112 1, 76 | are one." But the shape is united to the wax without a body 113 1, 76 | Therefore also the soul is thus united to the body.~Aquin.: SMT 114 1, 76 | to the Platonists, were united to ~the body merely as a 115 1, 76 | If, however, the soul is united to the body as its form, 116 1, 76 | impossible for it to be united by means of another body. ~ 117 1, 76 | reason of its very nature ~is united to matter as its act. Nor 118 1, 76 | incorruptible body naturally united to it, from which it is 119 1, 76 | by means of which it is united to the corruptible body 120 1, 76 | Others said that the soul is united to the body by means of 121 1, 76 | spirit. Others said it is united to the body by means of 122 1, 76 | vegetative soul would be united to the body by means of 123 1, 76 | the soul is immediately united to the body ~as the form 124 1, 76 | by its own existence is united to the body ~immediately. 125 1, 76 | have said, if the soul were united to the body ~merely as its 126 1, 76 | But ~since the soul is united to the body as its form, 127 1, 38 | except by a rational creature united to God. Other ~creatures 128 1, 39 | equal by the Son, and all united by the Holy ~Ghost." The 129 1, 39 | reason of the Son; and are united by reason of ~the Holy Ghost." 130 1, 39 | and the Son are said to be united.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 131 1, 41 | that is, I was foreseen as ~united to the creature. Or the 132 1, 43 | sense the two missions are united in the root ~which is grace, 133 1, 43 | the blessed are perfectly united to God. Therefore the ~invisible 134 1, 43 | journeying towards God, or united perfectly to Him." ~Such 135 1, 52 | angels have bodies naturally united to them?~(2) Whether they 136 1, 52 | angels have bodies naturally united to them?~Aquin.: SMT FP 137 1, 52 | angels have bodies naturally united to them. ~For Origen says ( 138 1, 52 | angels have bodies ~naturally united to them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 139 1, 52 | angels ~have bodies naturally united to them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 140 1, 52 | bodies which are naturally united to them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 141 1, 52 | have not bodies naturally united to them. For ~whatever belongs 142 1, 52 | follows that to have a body united to it ~is not of the nature 143 1, 52 | to the human soul to be united to a body, because it ~is 144 1, 52 | intellectual substances are united ~to bodies; but some are 145 1, 52 | substances existing except as united to ~bodies; so much so that 146 1, 52 | which is not naturally ~united to it, but assumed for some 147 1, 52 | intellectual substance which is not united to a ~body is more perfect 148 1, 52 | perfect than one which is united to a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 149 1, 52 | sumere]. But a body is not ~united to an angel as to a form, 150 1, 52 | while in so far as it ~is united to the angel as to a mover, 151 1, 52 | have they bodies ~naturally united with them, as is clear from 152 1, 52 | OBJ 2: The body assumed is united to the angel not as its 153 1, 52 | Movement coming from a united mover is a proper function 154 1, 53 | mover, in so far as their ~united strengths all combine in 155 1, 55 | demons have bodies ~naturally united to them. Augustine often 156 1, 56 | otherwise they would be ~united with bodies to no purpose. 157 1, 57 | proceed, the ~object must be united with the agent; just as 158 1, 57 | And the ~object which is united to a faculty bears the same 159 1, 58 | much the ~more is its power united and far-reaching: thus in 160 1, 61 | one is better than to be united, so there is more ~oneness 161 1, 61 | consequence for another, as united to oneself. Nor can ~such 162 1, 66 | diverse in nature cannot be ~united of themselves. Hence whenever 163 1, 67 | is a separate substance united to it as its motive force. 164 1, 68 | says (Div. Nom. ii) are ~united and separated, which seems 165 1, 71 | nutritive souls must be united to a body in order to ~exercise 166 1, 71 | the heavenly body, need be united to the latter as its ~form; 167 1, 71 | of power, as a mover is united to that which he ~moves. 168 1, 71 | of spiritual nature are united to them, and act as their 169 1, 73 | production are separated or united according as the animals 170 1, 74 | nature of its essence can be united to the body, so that, properly ~ 171 1, 74 | of an angel, who is not united to a body.~ 172 1, 75 | intellectual principle is united to the body as its form?~( 173 1, 75 | form?~(6) Whether it be united to such a body by means 174 1, 75 | intellectual principle is united to the body as its form?~ 175 1, 75 | intellectual principle is not united to the ~body as its form. 176 1, 75 | body. ~Therefore it is not united to the body as its form.~ 177 1, 75 | Therefore if the intellect were united ~to the body as its form, 178 1, 75 | Therefore the intellect is not united to the body as its form.~ 179 1, 75 | Therefore ~the intellect is not united to the body as its form.~ 180 1, 75 | per se" existence is not united to the ~body as its form; 181 1, 75 | 2]). Therefore it is not united to the body as ~its form.~ 182 1, 75 | in it always. But to be united to matter belongs to the 183 1, 75 | intellectual principle is not united to the body ~as its form.~ 184 1, 75 | so that in some way it is united to the body of Socrates.~ 185 1, 75 | maintain that the intellect is united to the ~body as its motor; 186 1, 75 | intellect and Socrates are united in the above ~manner, the 187 1, 75 | and still the intellect be united to ~those other things only 188 1, 75 | intellectual principle is united to ~the body as its form.~ 189 1, 75 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: To be united to the body belongs to the 190 1, 75 | natural inclination to be united to ~the body.~Aquin.: SMT 191 1, 75 | matter how the intellect is united or coupled to this or that ~ 192 1, 75 | virtue of its ~very being, is united to the body as its form; 193 1, 75 | life to ~the body by being united to it, and orders itself 194 1, 75 | soul was ~supposed to be united to the body, not as its 195 1, 75 | however, that the soul is united to the body as its ~form, 196 1, 75 | cannot be said that they are united by the one body; because 197 1, 75 | intellectual soul is not united to ~the body as its form, 198 1, 75 | the intellectual soul be united to the body as its ~substantial 199 1, 75 | intellectual soul is properly united to such a body?~Aquin.: 200 1, 75 | intellectual soul is improperly united to ~such a body. For matter 201 1, 75 | Therefore it is not properly united ~to a corruptible body.~ 202 1, 75 | Therefore the ~soul should be united to a most subtle body, to 203 1, 75 | Therefore, it should not be united to a body which is composed 204 1, 75 | soul should not have ~been united to a body which is imperfect 205 1, 75 | intellectual soul to be united to a body fitted ~to be 206 1, 75 | the intellectual soul is united should be a mixed body, 207 1, 75 | intellectual soul had to be united to such a body, and not ~ 208 1, 75 | the ~body to which it is united. For this reason we observe 209 1, 75 | the intellectual soul is united to the body through the 210 1, 75 | the intellectual soul is united to the body ~through the 211 1, 75 | seems that the soul is united to the body by means of 212 1, 75 | answer that, If the soul were united to the body, merely as a 213 1, 75 | the intellectual soul is united to the body as the ~substantial 214 1, 75 | spiritual substance which is united to a body as its ~motor 215 1, 75 | body as its ~motor only, is united thereto by power or virtue. 216 1, 75 | the intellectual ~soul is united by its very being to the 217 1, 75 | 1/1~Whether the soul is united to the animal body by means 218 1, 75 | It seems that the soul is united to the animal body by means 219 1, 75 | Therefore the soul ~is united to the human body by means 220 1, 75 | from one another, are not ~united except by something between 221 1, 75 | Therefore it seems to be united to the body by means ~of 222 1, 75 | are one." But the shape is united to the wax without a body 223 1, 75 | Therefore also the soul is thus united to the body.~Aquin.: SMT 224 1, 75 | to the Platonists, were united to ~the body merely as a 225 1, 75 | If, however, the soul is united to the body as its form, 226 1, 75 | impossible for it to be united by means of another body. ~ 227 1, 75 | reason of its very nature ~is united to matter as its act. Nor 228 1, 75 | incorruptible body naturally united to it, from which it is 229 1, 75 | by means of which it is united to the corruptible body 230 1, 75 | Others said that the soul is united to the body by means of 231 1, 75 | spirit. Others said it is united to the body by means of 232 1, 75 | vegetative soul would be united to the body by means of 233 1, 75 | the soul is immediately united to the body ~as the form 234 1, 75 | by its own existence is united to the body ~immediately. 235 1, 75 | have said, if the soul were united to the body ~merely as its 236 1, 75 | But ~since the soul is united to the body as its form, 237 1, 77 | is only the body that is ~united to that soul; the powers 238 1, 77 | body to which the soul is united. ~There is another genus 239 1, 77 | body to ~which the soul is united. And there is yet another 240 1, 77 | merely to that which is united to them, but also to ~something 241 1, 77 | operates must in some way be ~united to the object about which 242 1, 77 | a natural aptitude to be united ~to the soul, and to be 243 1, 77 | since the body ~itself united to the soul grows and is 244 1, 77 | exercised through a medium united to them, to obviate any 245 1, 78 | the soul's powers are not united in ~some one power, but 246 1, 78 | Anima ii, 3), but they are united in the mind, for ~Augustine ( 247 1, 78 | thing, namely, the body as united to the soul. Wherefore ~ 248 1, 78 | rather in the body and soul united: ~since the memorative power 249 1, 81 | rational - "before it is united to the body." But no power 250 1, 81 | but to the soul and body ~united, as we have said above ( 251 1, 81 | in the soul before it is united to the body (as long as 252 1, 83 | 1/5 - HOW THE SOUL WHILE UNITED TO THE BODY UNDERSTANDS 253 1, 83 | the soul understands when united to the body; ~secondly, 254 1, 83 | species, but ~that, by being united to the body, it is hindered 255 1, 83 | natural ~to the soul to be united to the body, as we have 256 1, 83 | assigned for the soul ~being united to the body. For it cannot 257 1, 83 | the intellectual ~soul is united to the body for the sake 258 1, 83 | no purpose would it be ~united to the body.~Aquin.: SMT 259 1, 83 | eternal types exist, but is "united to God ~as to the unknown," 260 1, 83 | life in which the soul is united ~to a passible body, it 261 1, 83 | human intellect, ~which is united to a body, is a quiddity 262 1, 84 | and not its being in a way united to the body, held that the 263 1, 87 | substances by being coupled or united to some separate substance, 264 1, 87 | Hence, when it is ~perfectly united to us so that by its means 265 1, 87 | of the passive intellect united to ~us, we can understand 266 1, 87 | the active ~intellect is united to us, thus. For since we 267 1, 87 | off by the sun, we are not united to the substance ~of the 268 1, 87 | sun, but its light only is united to us, ~that we may see 269 1, 87 | the active intellect were united to us ~in substance, still 270 1, 87 | said that it is wholly so united in regard ~to one intelligible 271 1, 87 | active intellect to be so united to us as to enable us by ~ 272 1, 87 | science; and not by being united to ~the active intellect 273 1, 88 | the ~fact that the soul united to the body can understand 274 1, 88 | The soul, therefore, when united to the body, consistently 275 1, 88 | to it; and ~hence it is united to the body in order that 276 1, 88 | soul's good that it was united to a ~body, and that it 277 1, 88 | movement ~of body and soul as united, just as sensation is, for 278 1, 88 | that as long as it is united to the body the ~soul understands 279 1, 88 | than they have in the soul united to the body. But in this ~ 280 1, 88 | demons have bodies naturally united to them, and so have sensitive ~ 281 1, 88 | blessed are most perfectly united to Divine ~justice, they 282 1, 89 | of heavenly bodies - are united to bodies while others ~ 283 1, 89 | nature, and that it is not united to the body as its ~form, 284 1, 89 | administrator. But if the soul is united to the body as ~its form, 285 1, 89 | natural perfection only as united to the ~body. Therefore 286 1, 90 | component parts, but as "united in one ~simple whole," as 287 1, 90 | suppose that the soul is united to the body by means of ~ 288 1, 91 | in plants they are always united; although in ~some cases 289 1, 91 | although they are carnally united for ~generation. Therefore 290 1, 91 | human male and female are united, not only for generation, 291 1, 92 | image is the undivided and united likeness of one ~thing adequately 292 1, 92 | thought that both sexes were united in one individual. But in 293 1, 93 | be associated with ~the united superior powers," namely 294 1, 93 | indeed, the soul seems to be ~united to the body for that purpose. 295 1, 100 | this reason is the ~soul united to the body, that it needs 296 1, 102 | except so far as they are ~united. Furthermore, what is one 297 1, 102 | unity than several things united. Therefore a multitude is ~ 298 1, 107 | excellence of all, in being united to God Himself; and all ~ 299 1, 107 | but love as the lover is ~united to the object loved. Now 300 1, 109 | Reply OBJ 1: Our soul is united to the body as the form; 301 1, 109 | is limited to the body ~united to it, which is vivified 302 1, 114 | generated from ~a principle united to them, as fruit from a 303 1, 114 | the mother, to whom it is united, consequently the word " 304 1, 114 | spiritual ~substances not united to bodies. Hence it is clear 305 1, 116 | corporeal) spirits ~of the body united to that soul are changed, 306 1, 116 | Reply OBJ 3: The soul is united to the body as its form; 307 1, 116 | of a change in the body united to it, as stated above ( 308 1, 116 | even while the soul is united to the body, ~it does not 309 1, 117 | intellectual soul to be united to the body, asserting that 310 1, 117 | substances which are not united to a ~body. These, therefore, 311 1, 117 | accidental to the soul to be united to the body, it would follow 312 1, 117 | reason ~the soul needs to be united to the body, which is necessary 313 1, 117 | natural to the soul to be united to the body, it is unnatural 314 1, 117 | natural to the soul to be united to ~the body, he must give 315 1, 117 | give the reason why it is united to a body. And the ~reason 316 1, 117 | of the soul to wish to be united to the ~body, if it did 317 1, 117 | be ~natural for it to be united to it, since "nature does 318 1, 117 | time, come to wish to be united to the body. For a spiritual ~ 319 1, 117 | seem that this body was united to this soul by ~chance: 320 1, 118 | is generated from food is united to, by ~mixing with, the 321 2, 3 | operation, by which they are ~united to the Uncreated Good: and 322 2, 3 | operation whereby man is united ~to God: but this operation 323 2, 3 | happiness, man's mind will be united to God by ~one, continual, 324 2, 3 | essentially in his being united to the Uncreated Good, Which 325 2, 3 | to Which man cannot be united by an ~operation of his 326 2, 3 | operation whereby man's mind is united to God will not ~depend 327 2, 3 | all good things, by being united to the universal source 328 2, 3 | each thing is for it to be ~united to its principle: wherefore 329 2, 3 | nature is perfect, when united to a higher nature; ~just 330 2, 3 | perfection of a body is to be united to the spiritual ~nature. 331 2, 3 | human intellect is to be ~united to the angels by contemplation.~ 332 2, 3 | in his intellect, man is united to God as to something ~ 333 2, 4 | for it yet desires to be ~united to the body, as Augustine 334 2, 4 | natural to the soul ~to be united to the body; it is not possible 335 2, 4 | the body, or in the soul united to the body then no longer 336 2, 5 | Because the mind that is united to ~God is raised above 337 2, 17 | because use in the user ~is united to the act of the thing 338 2, 22 | affected ~towards them, and united to them by love: and this 339 2, 27 | things which in reality are ~united, and to unite together, 340 2, 28 | to essence, thus form is ~united to matter, accident to subject, 341 2, 28 | lovers ~would wish to be united both into one," but since " 342 2, 28 | speak together, and be united together in other ~like 343 2, 28 | by the thing known being united, ~through its likeness, 344 2, 28 | is loved, is, in a way, united to the lover, as stated ~ 345 2, 28 | divide things that are really united. ~Therefore mutual indwelling 346 2, 28 | follows that the beloved is united to the lover, in the same ~ 347 2, 28 | same ~way as the lover is united to the beloved. But the 348 2, 28 | desires the beloved to be united to him. ~Therefore he draws 349 2, 30 | since it belongs to the united soul and body, as is implied 350 2, 32 | save inasmuch ~as they are united to us; either by knowledge 351 2, 32 | generation or corruption are united ~to every movement, as stated 352 2, 32 | the pleasing good which is united to us, change is ~pleasant. 353 2, 32 | the habit of one who is united to me by love.~Aquin.: SMT 354 2, 32 | inasmuch as through being united to others by ~love, we look 355 2, 36 | inasmuch as each thing has, united in itself, the elements 356 2, 36 | inclination of the appetite to ~be united with a present evil: and 357 2, 38 | that those things which united us to our ~dead or absent 358 2, 38 | or absence. But nothing united us more than the pleasures 359 2, 40 | youth and drunkenness are united to ~weakness. Therefore 360 2, 48 | consequently anger is not an effect united with ~pleasure.~Aquin.: 361 2, 58 | need for ~that reason to be united to nature in the same subject, 362 2, 61 | imitating the Divine Mind, is united thereto by ~an everlasting 363 2, 65 | only be because they are united together in prudence. But 364 2, 68 | unless in ~some way it be united to Him: even as the instrument 365 2, 68 | as the moral virtues are ~united together in prudence, so 366 2, 68 | the ~matter, counsel is united to fortitude as the directive 367 2, 68 | executive, and so is knowledge united to piety: because counsel 368 2, 68 | those whereby man's mind is ~united to God; the intellectual 369 2, 68 | virtues, by ~which man is united to the Holy Ghost his Mover, 370 2, 69 | to our friends or others united to us; which pertains ~to 371 2, 70 | lover rejoices at being united to the beloved. Now ~charity 372 2, 71 | cause or occasion, either united ~with the omission or preceding 373 2, 71 | whether this something else be united with the omission, ~as when 374 2, 71 | omission has indeed an act united with, ~or preceding the 375 2, 72 | viz. God, to Whom it is united by charity, ~there is mortal 376 2, 72 | sin of deed when they are united together with it, but when 377 2, 72 | excess and deficiency are ~united in one sin; for some are 378 2, 73 | to Whom man ought to be united by right ~reason.~Aquin.: 379 2, 73 | man is the more closely united, as he ~is more virtuous 380 2, 73 | against a person more closely ~united to God by reason of personal 381 2, 73 | against whom he sins, is more united to him, ~either through 382 2, 74 | excellence through being united to the reason; thus we surpass ~ 383 2, 79 | which that privation is united: and so ~this defect which 384 2, 81 | flesh cannot infect the soul united to it, else ~the soul could 385 2, 81 | original sin, so long as it is united ~to the body. Much less, 386 2, 83 | therefore the soul, by being united ~with the body, could be 387 2, 87 | punishment through being ~united to another sin; for Divine 388 2, 87 | eternal punishment if it be united to ~a mortal sin in a lost 389 2, 87 | without the soul ~being united to God, since it was through 390 2, 87 | Q[86], A[1]). Now man is united to God by his will. ~Wherefore 391 2, 98 | OBJ 2: The more a man is united to God, the better his state ~ 392 2, 100 | relations to God. Now man is united ~to God by his reason or 393 2, 100 | sometimes in a ~person united to him, as to the propagation 394 2, 100 | grace, ~which is always united to charity. Therefore one 395 2, 101 | consists in the soul being united to God by the intellect 396 2, 101 | worships God are rightly united to God, his ~external actions 397 2, 101 | certain sacrifices were united.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 398 2, 102 | teaching of divine things united in the ~high-priest to his 399 2, 103 | of the ~faithful, to be united by faith to Christ incarnate 400 2, 103 | and Jews were to become ~united together. But as time went 401 2, 105 | nation is a body of men united together by consent to the 402 2, 111 | one whereby man himself is united to ~God, and this is called " 403 2, 113 | together, ~inasmuch as they are united in the order of one affirmation. 404 2, 1 | from one point of view be united together in one ~article, 405 2, 1 | the whole Church, which is united together by ~faith. Now 406 2, 3 | be contented with being united by faith to God's truth, ~ 407 2, 12 | the first place, man is united to God by faith; secondly, 408 2, 12 | ways, he may still remain united to God by faith.~Aquin.: 409 2, 12 | second way this ~opinion is united to a certain detestation 410 2, 13 | Ghost ~by Whom the Church is united together. Therefore it seems 411 2, 13 | members of the Church are united together.~Aquin.: SMT SS 412 2, 16 | life, inasmuch as he is united to him by love, and just 413 2, 22 | the soul is immediately united to the ~body, so is charity 414 2, 22 | does, since what is already united has not the character of 415 2, 24 | which is more than being united to another. Hence, just 416 2, 24 | neighbor is not only one who is united to us in a ~common species, 417 2, 24 | species, but also one who is united to us by sharing in the ~ 418 2, 24 | OBJ 2: Dumb animals are united to us in the proximate genus, 419 2, 25 | one who ~is more closely united to him?~(8) Whether he ought 420 2, 25 | by blood, or ~one who is united to him by other ties?~(9) 421 2, 25 | neighbor ~is more closely united to God than we are ourselves. 422 2, 25 | chance, are more closely united to us." ~Therefore one neighbor 423 2, 25 | those who are more ~closely united us?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] 424 2, 25 | those who are more closely united to us. For that which is 425 2, 25 | one who is more closely united to him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 426 2, 25 | those who are more closely united to us. Therefore, ~out of 427 2, 25 | those who are more closely ~united to him, with more intense 428 2, 25 | man who is more closely ~united to one, to be better than 429 2, 25 | the man who is more nearly united to us is more loved.~Aquin.: 430 2, 25 | those who are more ~closely united to us by ties of blood. 431 2, 25 | than others those who are united to us by ties of blood.~ 432 2, 25 | specially those who are united to us by ties of blood.~ 433 2, 25 | those who are more closely united to us more, both because 434 2, 25 | loved more, because ~she is united with her husband, as one 435 2, 25 | loves his wife is her ~being united to him in the flesh.~Aquin.: 436 2, 25 | those who are ~more closely united to him, for he is under 437 2, 26 | the beloved as ~somewhat united to him, or belonging to 438 2, 26 | of man cannot be wholly united to God, because "God is ~ 439 2, 26 | better and more closely united to us, so that he ~is a 440 2, 26 | greater fervor those who ~are united to us than those who are 441 2, 28 | nevertheless not perfectly united to himself, unless ~at the 442 2, 28 | one's own appetite being united with ~the appetite of another: 443 2, 28 | precedes the ~appetite that is united by peace. In like manner 444 2, 28 | those who are so closely united to us, as to be part ~of 445 2, 28 | one's own, through being ~united to him by love, or on account 446 2, 28 | him it is better ~to be united to that which is above than 447 2, 28 | charity, whereby we are ~united to God preponderates over 448 2, 29 | those who are more closely ~united to us?~(4) Whether beneficence 449 2, 29 | rather who are more closely united ~to us?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 450 2, 29 | rather ~who are more closely united to us. For it is written ( 451 2, 29 | these are the most closely united to us. Therefore ~we are 452 2, 29 | rather who are more closely united ~to us, but preferably to 453 2, 29 | those who are most closely united to us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 454 2, 29 | to ~those who are closely united to us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 455 2, 29 | those who are more closely united to us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 456 2, 29 | chance are more ~closely united to us."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 457 2, 30 | rather who are more closely ~united to us?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 458 2, 30 | rather who ~are more closely united to us. For it is written ( 459 2, 30 | that those who are ~closely united to us are sinful and ungodly. 460 2, 30 | those who are ~more closely united to us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 461 2, 30 | Further, man is more closely united to himself. But a man cannot ~ 462 2, 30 | those who are most closely united to us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 463 2, 30 | those who are ~more closely united to us." Nevertheless in 464 2, 30 | one who is more closely united to us, especially if the 465 2, 30 | latter be ~not very closely united, and has no special claim 466 2, 32 | honor our ~parents - as united to us in nature and kinship. 467 2, 35 | ruin, is because "the more united a force ~is, the stronger 468 2, 40 | assembly of those ~who are united together in fellowship recognized 469 2, 42 | spiritual life is that man be united to God, and this ~union 470 2, 42 | man should ~be entirely united to Him, and this will be 471 2, 42 | virtuous or more closely united to us. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 472 2, 46 | the multitude which ~is united together for some particular 473 2, 46 | also the multitude that is united together for the ~whole 474 2, 62 | the secular and is more ~united to God. Now the secular 475 2, 68 | of ~enemies, or persons united by family or household ties, 476 2, 69 | chance are more closely united to ~us." He says "by reason 477 2, 69 | are by any tie whatever united to us, according to 1 Tim. 478 2, 69 | person ~still more closely united to him, or in a better position 479 2, 71 | utterly those ~who were united. Therefore backbiting is 480 2, 71 | division among those who were united, in so far, to wit, as by 481 2, 79 | Any action whereby we ~are united to God in holy fellowship, 482 2, 79 | human mind, in order to be united to God, ~needs to be guided 483 2, 79 | by means of which he is united to God. ~Therefore the internal 484 2, 79 | order for the mind to be united to the Supreme Being it 485 2, 81 | principally to ask to be united to God, according to Ps. 486 2, 81 | is only because ~they are united to God. Now some yet living 487 2, 81 | in Purgatory, are closely united to God by grace, and yet 488 2, 81 | lesser ones, if they be united ~together in one mind, become 489 2, 81 | the more closely they are united to God, the more are their 490 2, 97 | sins; for ~it is sometimes united to theft, sometimes to murder, 491 2, 98 | body lives ~through being united to the soul; so, too, certain 492 2, 112 | intimacy as those who are united to us by special friendship.~ 493 2, 119 | of knowledge, ~which is united to it in the enumeration 494 2, 128 | intellect, whereby he can be united to immortal and Divine things. 495 2, 128 | but that ~he should be united to Him in intellect and 496 2, 142 | those who are more ~closely united to him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 497 2, 149 | which it behooves it to be united, namely ~God, and refrains 498 2, 149 | other hand, the mind be united to any other things whatsoever, 499 2, 149 | whereby the ~human mind is united to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 500 2, 152 | demands that a man should be united to a determinate woman and ~


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