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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 3 | i.e. God, "nor any other union with Him by mingling part ~ 2 1, 8 | God's existence in man by union, ~which will be treated 3 1, 12 | viz. power of sight, and union of the thing seen ~with 4 1, 20 | and, so far as possible, union with that good. So ~love 5 1, 20 | especially on the ground of the union with the Godhead. But ~speaking 6 1, 39 | result from division, or from union or from community of possession, 7 1, 39 | to the Son, "concord" or "union" to the Holy Ghost. It is ~ 8 1, 39 | principle from a principle." "Union" implies the unity of two; 9 1, 39 | Holy Ghost, Who is the union of the two, be excluded, 10 1, 39 | understand the oneness of the union between the Father and the 11 1, 43 | mission takes place by way of union to a ~visible creature, 12 1, 44 | rarefaction and condensation, by union and separation. And supposing 13 1, 51 | assumption is terminated in some union; because to ~assume implies 14 1, 54 | for it really follows the union of the object with the ~ 15 1, 54 | is brought about by the union of the ~object understood 16 1, 60 | one with it by ~natural union, it loves it with natural 17 1, 60 | with it by ~non-natural union, then it loves it with non-natural 18 1, 60 | love rests ~upon natural union. Now the Divine nature is 19 1, 62 | fail. But from its ~perfect union with the uncreated good, 20 1, 62 | uncreated good, such as is the union of beatitude, ~it is rendered 21 1, 64 | Christ on account of the union of ~the Word. Such a statement 22 1, 70 | to bear in mind that the union of soul and body ~exists 23 1, 70 | bodies. Accordingly, the union of a soul to ~a heavenly 24 1, 70 | to show the nature of the union between these two parts. 25 1, 70 | Platonists ~explain the union of soul and body in the 26 1, 70 | mover and moved; not by the union of the mover, as the ~form, 27 1, 75 | itself; the second is the union of the ~soul with the body. 28 1, 75 | the soul by virtue of its union with the body. After separation 29 1, 75 | an angel ~except in its union with the body. But as the 30 1, 76 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE UNION OF BODY AND SOUL (EIGHT 31 1, 76 | ARTICLES)~We now consider the union of the soul with the body; 32 1, 76 | Commentator held that this union is through the intelligible ~ 33 1, 76 | particular man. But this link or union does not sufficiently ~explain 34 1, 76 | be a whole composed of a union of the intellect with ~whatever 35 1, 76 | as to the ~manner of the union of the intellect to this 36 1, 76 | involves the cessation of their union. But when ~breathing ceases, 37 1, 76 | subtle body, is the means of union between soul and ~body.~ 38 1, 76 | there any other cause of union ~except the agent, which 39 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The union of soul and body ceases 40 1, 76 | because this is the means of union, but because of the ~removal 41 1, 76 | is disposed for such a ~union. Nevertheless the breath 42 1, 39 | result from division, or from union or from community of possession, 43 1, 39 | to the Son, "concord" or "union" to the Holy Ghost. It is ~ 44 1, 39 | principle from a principle." "Union" implies the unity of two; 45 1, 39 | Holy Ghost, Who is the union of the two, be excluded, 46 1, 39 | understand the oneness of the union between the Father and the 47 1, 43 | mission takes place by way of union to a ~visible creature, 48 1, 45 | rarefaction and condensation, by union and separation. And supposing 49 1, 52 | assumption is terminated in some union; because to ~assume implies 50 1, 55 | for it really follows the union of the object with the ~ 51 1, 55 | is brought about by the union of the ~object understood 52 1, 61 | one with it by ~natural union, it loves it with natural 53 1, 61 | with it by ~non-natural union, then it loves it with non-natural 54 1, 61 | love rests ~upon natural union. Now the Divine nature is 55 1, 63 | fail. But from its ~perfect union with the uncreated good, 56 1, 63 | uncreated good, such as is the union of beatitude, ~it is rendered 57 1, 65 | Christ on account of the union of ~the Word. Such a statement 58 1, 71 | to bear in mind that the union of soul and body ~exists 59 1, 71 | bodies. Accordingly, the union of a soul to ~a heavenly 60 1, 71 | to show the nature of the union between these two parts. 61 1, 71 | Platonists ~explain the union of soul and body in the 62 1, 71 | mover and moved; not by the union of the mover, as the ~form, 63 1, 74 | itself; the second is the union of the ~soul with the body. 64 1, 74 | the soul by virtue of its union with the body. After separation 65 1, 74 | an angel ~except in its union with the body. But as the 66 1, 75 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE UNION OF BODY AND SOUL (EIGHT 67 1, 75 | ARTICLES)~We now consider the union of the soul with the body; 68 1, 75 | Commentator held that this union is through the intelligible ~ 69 1, 75 | particular man. But this link or union does not sufficiently ~explain 70 1, 75 | be a whole composed of a union of the intellect with ~whatever 71 1, 75 | as to the ~manner of the union of the intellect to this 72 1, 75 | involves the cessation of their union. But when ~breathing ceases, 73 1, 75 | subtle body, is the means of union between soul and ~body.~ 74 1, 75 | there any other cause of union ~except the agent, which 75 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The union of soul and body ceases 76 1, 75 | because this is the means of union, but because of the ~removal 77 1, 75 | is disposed for such a ~union. Nevertheless the breath 78 1, 83 | forgetfulness, through its union with the body: and thus 79 1, 83 | soul encounters through its union with the body. ~Consequently 80 1, 83 | Consequently the reason of the union of the soul with the body 81 1, 87 | to the point of perfect union ~between ourselves and the 82 1, 88 | that case, however, the union of soul and body would not ~ 83 1, 88 | this does not mean that its union with the body is an accidental 84 1, 88 | for, on the contrary, such union belongs to its very nature, 85 1, 91 | not found in continual union with the female in perfect 86 1, 91 | First, to signify the social union of man and woman, for the 87 1, 93 | of separate substances by union with a corruptible body 88 1, 95 | others; nor would sexual union have been ~sterile.~Aquin.: 89 1, 97 | comes from nature, is ~the union of man and woman; for in 90 1, 97 | maturity; so in conceiving, the union was one, not of ~lustful 91 1, 107 | abide with ~him, in a close union. According to this similitude, 92 1, 116 | is hindered, through its union with the body, from the 93 1, 116 | But ~the Church is the union of all the faithful. Therefore 94 1, 117 | man ~who results from this union is a being by accident; 95 1, 117 | chance: since for this union to take place two wills 96 1, 117 | begetter. If, ~however, this union be neither voluntary nor 97 2, 3 | intellect to God is one of union and "information"; which 98 2, 3 | contemplation of the angels, in the union, as it were, of man with ~ 99 2, 3 | the human intellect is by union with ~God, Who is the first 100 2, 3 | its ~perfection through union with God as with that object, 101 2, 4 | the lifting up of man to union of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 102 2, 5 | sever the mind from that union. Therefore it seems unreasonable 103 2, 14 | one with us; either by union of affection - thus a ~man 104 2, 15 | and this implies a certain union to the object of consent. 105 2, 17 | which follows ~from the union of soul and body. Thus the 106 2, 18 | inasmuch as it implies union of male and female, but 107 2, 25 | love implies a certain union; since it is a "uniting 108 2, 25 | desire is a movement towards union with the thing coveted or 109 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The union of lover and beloved is 110 2, 25 | twofold. There is real ~union, consisting in the conjunction 111 2, 25 | one with the other. This union ~belongs to joy or pleasure, 112 2, 25 | There is also an ~affective union, consisting in an aptitude 113 2, 25 | and love betokens such a union. ~This union precedes the 114 2, 25 | betokens such a union. ~This union precedes the movement of 115 2, 26 | Further, love is a kind of union or bond, as Augustine says ( 116 2, 26 | Trin. viii, 10). But a union or bond is not a passion, 117 2, 26 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Union belongs to love in so far 118 2, 26 | not the very relation of union, but that union is a result ~ 119 2, 26 | relation of union, but that union is a result ~of love. Hence, 120 2, 26 | says (Polit. ii, 1) that union is the work ~of love.~Aquin.: 121 2, 28 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether union is an effect of love?~(2) 122 2, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether union is an effect of love?~Aquin.: 123 2, 28 | OBJ 1: It would seem that union is not an effect of love. 124 2, 28 | absence is ~incompatible with union. But love is compatible 125 2, 28 | present with you." Therefore union is not an effect of love.~ 126 2, 28 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every union is either according to essence, 127 2, 28 | But love does not cause union of essence; ~else love could 128 2, 28 | hand, love does not cause union of likeness, but rather 129 2, 28 | Q[27], A[3]). Therefore union is not an effect of love.~ 130 2, 28 | beloved in act. Therefore union is the effect of knowledge ~ 131 2, 28 | 1/2 ~I answer that, The union of lover and beloved is 132 2, 28 | twofold. The first is ~real union; for instance, when the 133 2, 28 | the lover. The ~second is union of affection: and this union 134 2, 28 | union of affection: and this union must be considered in ~relation 135 2, 28 | belonging to him. The second union is caused "formally" by ~ 136 2, 28 | because love itself is this union or bond. In this sense Augustine ~ 137 2, 28 | uniting" he refers to the union of affection, ~without which 138 2, 28 | unite," ~he refers to real union.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 139 2, 28 | argument is true of real union. That is necessary to ~pleasure 140 2, 28 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Union has a threefold relation 141 2, 28 | relation to love. There is union ~which causes love; and 142 2, 28 | and this is substantial union, as regards the love ~with 143 2, 28 | other things, it is the union of likeness, as stated above ( 144 2, 28 | A[3]). There is also a union which is essentially love 145 2, 28 | essentially love itself. This union ~is according to a bond 146 2, 28 | is likened to substantial union, ~inasmuch as the lover 147 2, 28 | concupiscence. Again there is a union, which is the effect of ~ 148 2, 28 | effect of ~love. This is real union, which the lover seeks with 149 2, 28 | his ~love. Moreover this union is in keeping with the demands 150 2, 28 | a suitable and becoming ~union - to live together, speak 151 2, 28 | above. Consequently the union caused by love is closer 152 2, 28 | to the beloved. But the union itself is love, ~as stated 153 2, 31 | pleasure arises from union with a ~suitable object 154 2, 31 | as those of food, sexual union, and the ~like, are ordained. 155 2, 32 | since love is a kind of ~union or connaturalness of lover 156 2, 36 | since it is a ~kind of union; so separation is contrary 157 2, 36 | OBJ 1: Not every kind of union causes perfect goodness, 158 2, 36 | eating; because repletion ~or union of this kind, is repugnant 159 2, 36 | or because it has some union ~connected with it, such 160 2, 36 | connected with it, such as union of the sense to its object.~ 161 2, 62 | to a certain spiritual ~union, whereby the will is, so 162 2, 66 | lover is ~drawn by desire to union with the beloved; hence 163 2, 68 | contact or some other kind of union between ~them. Now the primal 164 2, 68 | between ~them. Now the primal union of man with God is by faith, 165 2, 68 | hence fear does not denote union with God, but withdrawal 166 2, 69 | consisting in perfect ~union with God through consummate 167 2, 86 | viz. the privation of union with the Divine light.~Aquin.: 168 2, 87 | may be one in will by the union of love, it happens that 169 2, 102 | turtledove and dove denoted the union of the ~two natures"; or 170 2, 102 | as the sacrament of the union of Christ with ~the Church, 171 2, 102 | with ~the Church, for that union was not as yet brought about. 172 2, 102 | garments signified ~inordinate union of sexes, while the use 173 2, 103 | in order to further the union of Gentiles ~and Jews living 174 2, 105 | the ~offspring of this union "would not be looked upon 175 2, 111 | ordains a man immediately to a union with ~his last end, whereas 176 2, 111 | cannot cause ~another to have union with God, which he himself 177 2, 3 | proper end of faith is ~the union of the human mind with Divine 178 2, 9 | we believe, by a kind of union with them, ~belongs to the 179 2, 10 | none should be compelled to union ~with Christ, that we should 180 2, 12 | to the different kinds of union between man and ~God. For, 181 2, 16 | this, that love denotes union ~between lover and beloved, 182 2, 16 | towards an arduous good. Now union is of things ~that are distinct, 183 2, 16 | Yet if we presuppose the union of ~love with another, a 184 2, 18 | she binds herself in ~the union of love. Hence filial and 185 2, 18 | 3: Further, love implies union, whereas fear implies separation. 186 2, 18 | separation decreases when union increases. Therefore fear 187 2, 22 | hope: but ~charity implies union with that good, whereas 188 2, 23 | pursuit is to aim chiefly at union with and ~enjoyment of God: 189 2, 23 | principally directed towards union ~with God. And though both 190 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 5: Charity denotes union with God, whereas faith 191 2, 24 | since friendship implies union, for Dionysius says (Div. ~ 192 2, 24 | unity ~is the principle of union, so the love with which 193 2, 25 | love according to a certain union in relation to God. ~Wherefore 194 2, 25 | just as unity surpasses union, the fact that man himself 195 2, 25 | of love arises from the union of lover and beloved: and ~ 196 2, 25 | the different kinds of union, so that a man is more loved 197 2, 25 | touching that particular union in respect of which he is 198 2, 25 | love we should compare one union with ~another. Accordingly 199 2, 25 | 3~If however we compare union with union, it is evident 200 2, 25 | however we compare union with union, it is evident that the 201 2, 25 | it is evident that the union ~arising from natural origin 202 2, 25 | which is loved), or from the union between those who love. ~ 203 2, 25 | 2~But on the part of the union, the wife ought to be loved 204 2, 25 | his wife as regards the union of carnal connection and ~ 205 2, 25 | regards the closeness of the union.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 206 2, 26 | because it denotes a certain union of affections between the ~ 207 2, 26 | presupposing the aforesaid union of the ~affections with 208 2, 26 | such dilection or love adds union of ~affections, wherefore 209 2, 26 | but it adds a certain union with the beloved, which 210 2, 26 | with the beloved, which union is not denoted ~by goodwill.~ 211 2, 26 | belongs to the ~aforesaid union of the affections.~Aquin.: 212 2, 26 | with a chain of spiritual union.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 213 2, 26 | Further, love is a kind of union, as Dionysius shows (Div. 214 2, 28 | OBJ 2: Further, concord is union of wills. Now the nature 215 2, 28 | peace ~consists in such like union, for Dionysius says (Div. 216 2, 28 | of the appetite. Now the union of such movements is ~essential 217 2, 28 | On ~the other hand this union is not essential to concord: 218 2, 28 | wherefore concord ~denotes union of appetites among various 219 2, 28 | denotes, in ~addition to this union, the union of the appetites 220 2, 28 | addition to this union, the union of the appetites even in 221 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 1: Peace denotes union not only of the intellective 222 2, 28 | where "consent" ~denotes the union of appetites proceeding 223 2, 28 | and ~"connaturalness," the union of natural appetites.~Aquin.: 224 2, 28 | Peace implies a twofold union, as stated above (A[1]). ~ 225 2, 28 | iv): and peace is ~the union of the appetite's inclinations.~ 226 2, 28 | two ways: first, through union of the affections, ~which 227 2, 28 | it happens through real union, for instance when another' 228 2, 35 | an ~effect of charity, is union of wills not of opinions. 229 2, 42 | united to God, and this ~union is effected by charity, 230 2, 42 | life are ordained to this union, as to their end. Hence 231 2, 43 | intimately by a kind of ~union of the soul with Him, it 232 2, 43 | certain connaturalness ~or union with Divine things, which 233 2, 43 | degrees of wisdom through union with Divine things. For 234 2, 71 | measured, not from its being a union of bodies, but from being 235 2, 80 | God, adhering to Him by a union of the spirit; but it belongs ~ 236 2, 81 | unite ourselves to Him." Now union with God is effected by 237 2, 81 | such as ~charity which is union with God. Now prayer tends 238 2, 108 | whereby the soul lives in union with God, as stated above ~( 239 2, 139 | nature of the species by the union of the sexes. Hence temperance 240 2, 149 | vice, so too the spiritual union of the mind with ~certain 241 2, 149 | delight in the ~spiritual union with that to which it behooves 242 2, 149 | refrains from delighting in union with other things against 243 2, 149 | mind from delighting in a union ~with unlawful things. Nevertheless, 244 2, 149 | not only of this sexual union but also of all the signs 245 2, 149 | chastity ~regards rather sexual union. Therefore purity is directed 246 2, 152 | fornication," which ~is the union of an unmarried man with 247 2, 152 | offspring to be born of this union. For ~we find in all animals 248 2, 152 | offspring's upbringing, the union is ~indeterminate, as in 249 2, 152 | against an indeterminate union of the ~sexes and demands 250 2, 152 | certainly would cease if the union of sexes were ~indeterminate.~ 251 2, 152 | A[2] Body Para. 2/3~This union with a certain definite 252 2, 152 | law. Since, however, ~the union of the sexes is directed 253 2, 152 | it follows that this union of man and ~woman, which 254 2, 152 | fornication is an indeterminate union of the sexes, as ~something 255 2, 152 | imaginary ~from the real union of bodies, the flesh is 256 2, 152 | is unbecoming to venereal union on three ~counts. First, 257 2, 152 | debarred from venereal ~union, opportunities of venereal 258 2, 152 | Dei xv, 16), whereas the union of brothers and ~sisters 259 2, 162 | bearing and conceiving the union of ~both sexes would be 260 2, 163 | because, ~on account of her union with man, the devil was 261 2, 170 | knowledge is obscured in them by union with the body; yet in ~some 262 2, 170 | not much ~obscured through union with the body, are able 263 2, 178 | occupation"; ~and the third is "union with those things that are 264 2, 178 | i.e. conformably, "by the union of its powers, it is conducted 265 2, 182 | unites them in a ~Godlike union and a perfection beloved 266 2, 184 | Now the use ~of sexual union hinders the mind from giving 267 3, 1 | Incarnation; secondly, the mode of union of the Word ~Incarnate; 268 3, 1 | thirdly, what follows this union.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] Out. 269 3, 1 | it would not be a fitting union if one were "to paint a ~ 270 3, 1 | capable of the grace of union, which is the ~greatest 271 3, 1 | Hence, on ~account of the union of charity, what is vouchsafed 272 3, 1 | s ultimate perfection in union with God follows.~Aquin.: 273 3, 1 | human nature is in the union with the Word, because " 274 3, 1 | is ~shown first from the union of the Divine and human 275 3, 2 | Para. 1/2 - OF THE MODE OF UNION OF THE WORD INCARNATE (TWELVE 276 3, 2 | must consider the mode of union of the Incarnate Word; and, ~ 277 3, 2 | Incarnate Word; and, ~first, the union itself; secondly, the Person 278 3, 2 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the union of the Word Incarnate took 279 3, 2 | Incarnation?~(5) Whether any union of body and soul took place 280 3, 2 | accidentally?~(7) Whether the union itself is something created?~( 281 3, 2 | assumption?~(9) Whether the union of the two natures is the 282 3, 2 | natures is the greatest union?~(10) Whether the union 283 3, 2 | union?~(10) Whether the union of the two natures in Christ 284 3, 2 | 12) Whether the grace of union was natural to the man Christ?~ 285 3, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Union of the Incarnate Word took 286 3, 2 | It would seem that the Union of the Word Incarnate took 287 3, 2 | could not be unless the ~union took place in the nature. 288 3, 2 | the nature. Therefore the union of the Word Incarnate ~took 289 3, 2 | one nature; therefore the union took place in the nature.~ 290 3, 2 | having been taken away by the union." Therefore the union did 291 3, 2 | the union." Therefore the union did not take ~place in the 292 3, 2 | it is impossible that the union of ~the Incarnate Word took 293 3, 2 | in this way some said the union was by manner of confusion ~( 294 3, 2 | it would ~follow that the union of the Incarnation was not 295 3, 2 | some have said ~that the union of the Incarnation was brought 296 3, 2 | Divine and human natures (a union in ~subsistence having taken 297 3, 2 | not by change, but by ~union with the Word, its natural 298 3, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the union of the Incarnate Word took 299 3, 2 | It would seem that the union of the Incarnate Word did 300 3, 2 | 1]). If, therefore, the union did not ~take place in the 301 3, 2 | it does not seem that the union took place in the person.~ 302 3, 2 | of God." ~Therefore the union took place in the person.~ 303 3, 2 | Nature, it follows that the union took ~place in the Person 304 3, 2 | change, it follows ~that the union of human nature to the Word 305 3, 2 | in man, on account of its union ~with the nobler form which 306 3, 2 | the Word. Therefore the ~union took place in the person.~ 307 3, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the union of the Word Incarnate took 308 3, 2 | It would seem that the union of the Word Incarnate did 309 3, 2 | suppositum. Therefore the union of the Word Incarnate did 310 3, 2 | man, and ~hence that the union took place in the person 311 3, 2 | hypostasis something in which the union can take ~place, this something 312 3, 2 | dignity." If, therefore, the ~union took place in the person 313 3, 2 | hypostasis, it follows that ~the union only took place in regard 314 3, 2 | only joining them in a union of dignity ~or authority 315 3, 2 | in a concourse of natural union, ~let him be anathema." 316 3, 2 | two supposita, or that the union did not take place in the ~ 317 3, 2 | complement. Yet as it is in union with something ~more complete, 318 3, 2 | suppositum, ~seeing that it is in union with a completed thing, 319 3, 2 | a nature; and hence the union in Christ will ~take place 320 3, 2 | Whether in Christ there is any union of soul and body?~Aquin.: 321 3, 2 | that in Christ there was no union of soul and body. ~For from 322 3, 2 | and body. ~For from the union of soul and body in us a 323 3, 2 | hypostasis resulted from their union. But this was not the ~hypostasis 324 3, 2 | OBJ 2: Further, from the union of soul and body results 325 3, 2 | Therefore ~there was no union of soul and body in Him.~ 326 3, 2 | in ~Christ there was no union of soul and body.~Aquin.: 327 3, 2 | be animated save from its union ~with the soul. Now the 328 3, 2 | Therefore in Christ ~there was a union of soul and body.~Aquin.: 329 3, 2 | with ~such as denied the union of the soul and body in 330 3, 2 | since they saw that the union of soul and body in mere 331 3, 2 | them. And hence from the union of the ~soul and body in 332 3, 2 | therefore follow that the union of the soul and body ~in 333 3, 2 | effect than in us, for its union with something ~nobler does 334 3, 2 | and this because of its union with a further ~and nobler 335 3, 2 | human nature, as if from the union of soul and body one common 336 3, 2 | but as referring to the union of the two ~natures Divine 337 3, 2 | the Son of God, for the union did not take place in the 338 3, 2 | regard to the mystery of the union of the two ~natures in Christ. 339 3, 2 | were distinct ~before the union), but not "in" two natures ( 340 3, 2 | coming to an end after the union). The second was the heresy 341 3, 2 | of man, on account of His union with ~the Son of God; fifthly, " 342 3, 2 | modes imply an accidental union.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[6] 343 3, 2 | maintaining an accidental ~union. For there is no difference 344 3, 2 | does not affirm that the union of God and man took place 345 3, 2 | both ~natures), "confess a union by mingling; but the followers 346 3, 2 | maintaining division, introduce a union of purpose. But the ~Holy 347 3, 2 | these treasons, ~confesses a union of the Word of God with 348 3, 2 | which holds an accidental union, are not to be ~styled opinions, 349 3, 2 | in regard to accidental union, but inasmuch as the ~Word 350 3, 2 | or hypostasis - hence the union having ~taken place in the 351 3, 2 | it is not an ~accidental union, although the union did 352 3, 2 | accidental union, although the union did not take place in the 353 3, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the union of the Divine nature and 354 3, 2 | It would seem that the union of the Divine and human 355 3, 2 | is in God is God. But the union is in God, for God Himself 356 3, 2 | Therefore it seems that the union is not anything ~created.~ 357 3, 2 | everything. But the end of ~the union is the Divine hypostasis 358 3, 2 | hypostasis or Person in which the union is ~terminated. Therefore 359 3, 2 | Therefore it seems that this union ought chiefly to be judged ~ 360 3, 2 | anything created. Therefore the union is nothing created.~Aquin.: 361 3, 2 | Creator on account of the ~union. Therefore much more is 362 3, 2 | Therefore much more is the union itself nothing created, 363 3, 2 | time is created. Now this ~union was not from eternity, but 364 3, 2 | began in time. Therefore the union is ~something created.~Aquin.: 365 3, 2 | 1/1~I answer that, The union of which we are speaking 366 3, 2 | hence we ~must say that the union of which we are speaking 367 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This union is not really in God, but 368 3, 2 | subject. And since this union has its being nowhere save 369 3, 2 | and is God because of the union, ~inasmuch as it is terminated 370 3, 2 | does not ~follow that the union itself is the Creator or 371 3, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether union is the same as assumption?~ 372 3, 2 | OBJ 1: It would seem that union is the same as assumption. 373 3, 2 | term of ~assumption and union is one and the same, viz. 374 3, 2 | Therefore it seems that union and assumption are not different.~ 375 3, 2 | and what is ~assumed. But union and assumption seem to follow 376 3, 2 | the ~assumed. Therefore union seems to be the same as 377 3, 2 | De Fide Orth. iii, 11): "Union is one ~thing, incarnation 378 3, 2 | incarnation is another; for union demands mere copulation, 379 3, 2 | Therefore it seems that union is the ~same as assumption.~ 380 3, 2 | was stated above (A[7]), union implies a certain ~relation 381 3, 2 | difference between assumption and union must be ~said to be that 382 3, 2 | must be ~said to be that union implies the relation: whereas 383 3, 2 | implies "becoming," whereas ~union implies "having become," 384 3, 2 | oneself from another. ~But union determines none of these 385 3, 2 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Union and assumption have not 386 3, 2 | determines with whom the union is made on the ~part of 387 3, 2 | determine ~with whom the union is made) on the part of 388 3, 2 | differs logically both from ~union and from incarnation or 389 3, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the union of the two natures in Christ 390 3, 2 | It would seem that the union of the two natures in Christ 391 3, 2 | of number. ~Therefore the union of which we are speaking 392 3, 2 | things united, the less ~the union. Now, the things united 393 3, 2 | the things united by this union are most ~distant - namely, 394 3, 2 | apart. Therefore their union is the least of all.~Aquin.: 395 3, 2 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, from union there results one. But from 396 3, 2 | results one. But from the union of soul ~and body in us 397 3, 2 | nature; whereas ~from the union of the Divine and human 398 3, 2 | person only. Therefore the union of soul and body is greater 399 3, 2 | human natures; and hence the union of which we speak ~does 400 3, 2 | man is in the Son by the union of the Incarnation. ~Therefore 401 3, 2 | Incarnation. ~Therefore the union of the Incarnation is greater 402 3, 2 | nevertheless is the greatest union; and thus the ~union of 403 3, 2 | greatest union; and thus the ~union of the Incarnation implies 404 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Union implies the joining of several 405 3, 2 | one thing. ~Therefore the union of the Incarnation may be 406 3, 2 | And in this regard this union has a pre-eminence over 407 3, 2 | hence in this respect ~the union of the Incarnation is higher 408 3, 2 | the Person ~in Whom the union takes place.~Aquin.: SMT 409 3, 2 | nature in us; and hence the union of the Incarnation is ~greater 410 3, 2 | Incarnation is ~greater than the union of soul and body in us.~ 411 3, 2 | untrue - namely, that the union of the Incarnation is greater ~ 412 3, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the union of the Incarnation took 413 3, 2 | It would seem that the union of the Incarnation did not 414 3, 2 | Q[110], ~A[2]). But the union of the human nature to the 415 3, 2 | Therefore it seems that the ~union of the Incarnation did not 416 3, 2 | Therefore it seems that this union did not take ~place by grace. ~ 417 3, 2 | grace. If, therefore, ~the union of the Incarnation was by 418 3, 2 | this man became Christ ~by union with the Divine Nature. 419 3, 2 | Divine Nature. Therefore this union was by grace.~Aquin.: SMT 420 3, 2 | acceptable to Him, the union of the Incarnation took 421 3, 2 | place by grace, even ~as the union of the saints with God by 422 3, 2 | grace, by means of which the union took place.~Aquin.: SMT 423 3, 2 | saints; ~thirdly, by personal union, which is proper to Christ.~ 424 3, 2 | manifest, viz. because the union of the ~Incarnation did 425 3, 2 | any merits preceded the union of the Incarnation?~Aquin.: 426 3, 2 | It would seem that the union of the Incarnation followed 427 3, 2 | could have preceded the union. For we do ~not hold that 428 3, 2 | of this man followed the union. Therefore no operation 429 3, 2 | been meritorious of the union.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[11] 430 3, 2 | whatsoever have merited this ~union condignly: first, because 431 3, 2 | enjoyment of God. Whereas the union of the ~Incarnation, inasmuch 432 3, 2 | personal being, transcends the ~union of the beatified mind with 433 3, 2 | 1/1~Whether the grace of union was natural to the man Christ?~ 434 3, 2 | would seem that the grace of union was not natural to the man ~ 435 3, 2 | the man ~Christ. For the union of the Incarnation did not 436 3, 2 | nature. But the ~grace of union is not natural to Christ 437 3, 2 | seem that the ~grace of union is nowise natural to Christ.~ 438 3, 2 | grace of Christ, whether of union or habitual, cannot be ~ 439 3, 2 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the union did not take place in the 440 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The union is not said to be grace 441 3, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: The grace of union is not natural to Christ 442 3, 3 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE MODE OF UNION ON THE PART OF THE PERSON 443 3, 3 | We must now consider the union on the part of the Person 444 3, 3 | above (Q[2], AA[1]~,2), the union took place in the Person, 445 3, 3 | addition"; ~just as in the union of man with God, nothing 446 3, 3 | Itself human nature, for ~the union did not take place in the 447 3, 3 | assumption implies the term of union, as was said above ~(A[1]). 448 3, 3 | said above ~(A[1]). But the union cannot take place in the 449 3, 3 | of the Person in Whom the union is terminated, as stated 450 3, 3 | which is by the grace of union is common on the part of 451 3, 3 | 2], A[5], ad 1), by the union of the ~soul and body in 452 3, 3 | is the ~principle of the union, or in regard to His Personality, 453 3, 3 | which is the ~term of the union, it has to be said that 454 3, 3 | mystery of the Incarnation the union of form and ~matter, i.e. 455 3, 3 | be united by a personal union with the whole nature assumed, 456 3, 3 | First, on the part of the union; for such as are ~similar 457 3, 3 | non-participated and personal ~union of the Word with a creature, 458 3, 3 | taken from the end of the ~union, which is the fulfilling 459 3, 4 | Para. 1/3 - OF THE MODE OF UNION ON THE PART OF THE HUMAN 460 3, 4 | We must now consider the union on the part of what was 461 3, 4 | seem some fitness in the union of the Son of God with human ~ 462 3, 4 | natural order, as the personal union of a creature with ~God 463 3, 4 | some fitness for such a union. Now this fitness in human ~ 464 3, 4 | and more perfect is the union with ~God in personal being 465 3, 4 | personal being than the union by operation. And hence 466 3, 4 | which falls short of the union with God by operation ~has 467 3, 4 | or it remains after the union - and thus there would be 468 3, 4 | human nature, ~viz. the union with a Divine Person.~Aquin.: 469 3, 4 | the Divine Person by His union hindered the human nature 470 3, 5 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, by the union of soul and body is constituted 471 3, 5 | lxxxiii, qu. 80), "in all that union the Word is the highest, 472 3, 6 | there still remained the union of the Word to the flesh, 473 3, 6 | soul was separated, the union of the ~Word with flesh 474 3, 6 | the soul of Christ from union with the Word, according ~ 475 3, 6 | by the Word, either the union did not take ~place in the 476 3, 6 | to be ~the medium in the union of the flesh with the Word, 477 3, 6 | and precedes it in its union with ~the effect. But the 478 3, 6 | intellectual soul." Therefore the union of the Word with the flesh ~ 479 3, 6 | flesh ~did not precede the union with the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 480 3, 6 | soul. ~But by the personal union we understand the flesh 481 3, 6 | Word, for it is from its union with the soul ~that it is 482 3, 6 | the whole results from the union of parts. But the union ~ 483 3, 6 | union of parts. But the union ~is taken to be the term 484 3, 6 | OBJ 3: It is a personal union wherein the assumption is ~ 485 3, 6 | assumption is ~terminated, not a union of nature, which springs 486 3, 6 | united to God. Therefore the union took ~place by grace.~Aquin.: 487 3, 6 | Q[110], A[2]). Now the union of the Word with human nature 488 3, 6 | Christ there was the grace of union and habitual ~grace. Therefore 489 3, 6 | we speak of the grace of union or of ~habitual grace. For 490 3, 6 | grace. For the grace of union is the personal being that 491 3, 6 | an effect following the union, ~according to Jn. 1:14: " 492 3, 6 | Man (as a result of the union) is ~the Only-begotten of 493 3, 6 | bestowing something gratis, ~the union took place by grace, not 494 3, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Our union with God is by operation, 495 3, 6 | love Him; and hence this union is by habitual grace, inasmuch 496 3, 6 | proceeds from a habit. Now the union of the human ~nature with 497 3, 6 | ordain ~the soul to personal union, which is not accidental, 498 3, 6 | medium in the aforesaid union.~ 499 3, 7 | Church. ~Of the grace of union we have already spoken ( 500 3, 7 | grace stood towards the union?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[1]


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