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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | approach to ~the divine likeness. If therefore any creature 2 1, 1 | fittingly taught under the likeness of ~material things. This 3 1, 3 | make man to our image and likeness" (Gn. 1:26). Now a figure 4 1, 3 | make man to our image and likeness", it is ~added, "And let 5 1, 4 | thus in the sun is ~the likeness of whatever is generated 6 1, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, likeness implies comparison. But 7 1, 4 | neither can ~there be any likeness. Thus we do not say that 8 1, 4 | like things there is mutual likeness; for like is ~like to like. 9 1, 4 | make man to our image and ~likeness" (Gn. 1:26), and: "When 10 1, 4 | 1/1~I answer that, Since likeness is based upon agreement 11 1, 4 | like, but equal in their likeness; as two ~things equally 12 1, 4 | this is the ~most perfect likeness. In another way, we speak 13 1, 4 | and this is imperfect ~likeness. In a third way some things 14 1, 4 | effect, there ~will be a likeness in form between that which 15 1, 4 | species, there will be a likeness, but not according to the 16 1, 4 | the sun in its specific likeness, but in its generic likeness. 17 1, 4 | likeness, but in its generic likeness. Therefore ~if there is 18 1, 4 | as to ~participate in the likeness of the agent's form according 19 1, 4 | does not mean to deny all likeness to Him. ~For, "the same 20 1, 4 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Likeness of creatures to God is not 21 1, 4 | Div. Nom. ix): "A mutual likeness may be found between ~things 22 1, 6 | effect consist in a certain ~likeness to the agent, since every 23 1, 6 | the participation of its likeness. Therefore, ~since God is 24 1, 6 | species or genus. Now the ~likeness of an effect in the univocal 25 1, 9 | according as ~it diffuses its likeness even to the outermost of 26 1, 9 | participate more fully of its likeness, to ~the lowest things which 27 1, 12 | When we know God, some ~likeness of God is made in us."~Aquin.: 28 1, 12 | sense is informed with the likeness of the sensible object, 29 1, 12 | the ~intellect with the likeness of the thing understood. 30 1, 12 | the seer, but only by its ~likeness; as the similitude of a 31 1, 12 | some kind of participated likeness of Him who is the first 32 1, 12 | way be known;" as by the likeness of a body the ~essence of 33 1, 12 | God be seen by any created likeness whatever. Secondly, ~because 34 1, 12 | represented by any ~created likeness; for every created form 35 1, 12 | to know Him by His own likeness refulgent in the angel himself. 36 1, 12 | are seen by means of one ~likeness. But all things are seen 37 1, 12 | they see in God ~not by any likeness, but by the divine essence 38 1, 12 | is known in so far as its likeness is in the ~one who knows. 39 1, 12 | but of the thing in its ~likeness. For the knowledge of a 40 1, 12 | know things thus by their ~likeness in the one who knows, is 41 1, 12 | and of gold can form the likeness of a golden mountain; and ~ 42 1, 12 | things are seen by ~this likeness thus conceived, is not the 43 1, 12 | certain images, but not by the likeness itself of His own nature." ~ 44 1, 13 | they derive some ~kind of likeness thereto, even as the forms 45 1, 13 | creatures have a certain likeness to God, according to the 46 1, 13 | make man to our image and likeness," it seems ~that something 47 1, 13 | could not produce its own likeness, ~but rather it is to be 48 1, 13 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: The likeness of the creature to God is 49 1, 13 | smile by proportionate ~likeness, so the name of "lion" applied 50 1, 13 | who share in divinity by ~likeness, according to the text, " 51 1, 13 | in the intellect is the likeness of what is in ~the thing 52 1, 13 | by the name of god some likeness of the true ~God. Likewise, 53 1, 14 | iii), "is a thing its own ~likeness." Therefore God does not 54 1, 14 | intelligible species, which is the likeness of the thing understood, 55 1, 14 | Further, knowledge requires likeness between the knower and the ~ 56 1, 14 | are not cannot have any likeness to ~God, Who is very being. 57 1, 14 | it ~participates in the likeness of God; as everything is 58 1, 14 | known is known either by its likeness, or by ~its opposite. But 59 1, 14 | essence neither is the ~likeness of evil, nor is evil contrary 60 1, 14 | through the medium of some ~likeness. But the likeness of singular 61 1, 14 | some ~likeness. But the likeness of singular things in so 62 1, 14 | His essence, as being the ~likeness of things, or as their active 63 1, 14 | intellect cannot be the likeness of the individual principles; 64 1, 14 | potentiality recedes from ~likeness to God, yet, even in so 65 1, 14 | wise, it ~retains a certain likeness to the divine being.~Aquin.: 66 1, 14 | sensible image in sense is the likeness of only one ~individual 67 1, 14 | of our intellect is the likeness of the thing as ~regards 68 1, 14 | of our intellect is the likeness of ~man not as to the individual 69 1, 14 | understands, is a sufficing likeness of all things that are, 70 1, 14 | knowledge is made through some likeness. ~But in God there is no 71 1, 14 | But in God there is no likeness of enunciable things, since 72 1, 15 | except in so far as the likeness of the form is in the agent, 73 1, 15 | intellect; and thus the ~likeness of a house pre-exists in 74 1, 15 | divine mind a form to the likeness ~of which the world was 75 1, 15 | understood by him, to the likeness of which he forms the ~house 76 1, 15 | according to some degree of likeness. But every creature has ~ 77 1, 15 | participates in some degree ~in likeness to the divine essence. So 78 1, 15 | only in so far as it is the likeness or type of this or ~that 79 1, 16 | true that ~expresses the likeness of the form in the architect' 80 1, 16 | far as they ~express the likeness of the species that are 81 1, 16 | xxxvi), "Truth is a supreme ~likeness without any unlikeness to 82 1, 16 | true, so far as it has the likeness of the thing known, this ~ 83 1, 16 | although sight has ~the likeness of a visible thing, yet 84 1, 16 | Vera Relig. xxxvi) is ~a "likeness to the principle." But in 85 1, 16 | But in God there is no likeness to a ~principle. Therefore 86 1, 16 | truth can ~be called a "likeness to the principle," inasmuch 87 1, 16 | ways, even as any other likeness, through change in one of 88 1, 17 | occasion to falsity, by the likeness they bear to things ~which 89 1, 17 | is urged on the contrary, likeness or defective ~representation 90 1, 17 | the existence ~of their likeness in the senses; and the likeness 91 1, 17 | likeness in the senses; and the likeness of a thing can exist in ~ 92 1, 17 | as in sight there is the likeness of colors, and of other ~ 93 1, 17 | as in sight there is the likeness of shape, size, and of other ~ 94 1, 17 | in sight, there is ~the likeness of a man, not as man, but 95 1, 17 | imagination, as it represents the likeness ~of something even in its 96 1, 17 | when anyone perceives the ~likeness of a thing as if it were 97 1, 17 | inasmuch ~as they convey the likeness of things that are not present 98 1, 17 | faculty has knowledge by the likeness of the thing known. Hence, ~ 99 1, 17 | knowledge of the thing with the ~likeness of which it is informed; 100 1, 17 | directly informed by the likeness ~of its proper object, so 101 1, 17 | is the intellect by the likeness of the essence ~of a thing. 102 1, 19 | derived in some kind of likeness. Hence, if natural things, ~ 103 1, 19 | divine will to communicate by likeness its ~own good to others 104 1, 19 | metaphorically, and according to the likeness of our nature. For when 105 1, 19 | this is done because of a likeness in the effect. Hence a thing 106 1, 20 | metaphorically, and from likeness of effects, as already show ( 107 1, 27 | it, or impressing its own likeness on ~it; in which sense it 108 1, 27 | similitude. Nor will any likeness suffice; for a worm which 109 1, 27 | concept of the intellect is a likeness ~of the object conceived: - 110 1, 27 | our intellect is found the likeness of the ~thing understood, 111 1, 27 | what proceeds by way of likeness of nature among living things 112 1, 27 | of love ~proceeds in the likeness of nature; otherwise it 113 1, 27 | begotten and born by way of ~likeness, it seems becoming that 114 1, 27 | residing according to its own likeness in the ~intellect; whereas 115 1, 27 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Likeness belongs in a different way 116 1, 27 | to the word as being the likeness of the object ~understood, 117 1, 27 | the thing generated is the likeness of the generator; but ~it 118 1, 27 | though love itself were a likeness, but ~because likeness is 119 1, 27 | a likeness, but ~because likeness is the principle of loving. 120 1, 28 | Further, equality, and likeness, and identity are relations: 121 1, 33 | but by way of a certain likeness, which is the more ~perfect 122 1, 33 | Father), by reason of the likeness of His ~image, according 123 1, 33 | designed, which is produced in likeness ~to the word conceived in 124 1, 33 | it participates in the likeness of the Son, as is clear 125 1, 34 | sound, can already see some ~likeness of that Word of Whom it 126 1, 35 | whatever proceeds forth in ~likeness to another. That to the 127 1, 35 | to another. That to the likeness of which anything proceeds, 128 1, 35 | although He receives the likeness of the Father, He is not ~ 129 1, 39 | therefore, we make use of the likeness of ~the trace or image found 130 1, 39 | without a principle, has a likeness to the property of the Father, 131 1, 39 | Species or beauty has a likeness to ~the property of the 132 1, 39 | The first of these has a likeness to the property of the Son, 133 1, 39 | Body Para. 6/10~"Use" has a likeness to the property of the Holy 134 1, 39 | principle, ~and so it has a likeness to the heavenly Father, 135 1, 39 | of old age. "Wisdom" has likeness to the heavenly Son, as 136 1, 39 | and object of love, has likeness to the Holy Ghost; but seems ~ 137 1, 40 | signification there is a certain likeness of these things in God; 138 1, 41 | subsists in the perfect likeness of God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 139 1, 41 | according to a certain likeness ~of assimilation to Him 140 1, 42 | Para. 1/1 - OF EQUALITY AND LIKENESS AMONG THE DIVINE PERSONS ( 141 1, 42 | with regard to equality and likeness; secondly, with regard to 142 1, 42 | Therefore, we may speak ~of likeness in the divine persons, but 143 1, 42 | quantity, ~equality includes likeness and something besides, because 144 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 3: Equality and likeness in God may be designated 145 1, 42 | persons is mutual, and so is likeness; for the Son is equal ~and 146 1, 42 | Nom. ix): "Equality and likeness are not mutual." For effects 147 1, 42 | Therefore equality and likeness in the divine ~persons is 148 1, 42 | Hence we need to gather a likeness of it from many of these ~ 149 1, 42 | essence. Thus equality and likeness in God have reference ~to 150 1, 43 | might be regenerated to the likeness of the only Begotten. The ~ 151 1, 44 | essence, according as the ~likeness to that essence can be shared 152 1, 44 | another by ~the reason of its likeness thereto, either in species, 153 1, 44 | not attain to a natural likeness to ~God according to similitude 154 1, 44 | still they do attain to likeness to Him, forasmuch as they ~ 155 1, 44 | perfection, which is the likeness of the divine perfection 156 1, 44 | except inasmuch as it is the likeness of the form of the ~generator, 157 1, 44 | intends to communicate its own likeness; otherwise the ~form of 158 1, 44 | as it participates in the likeness to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 159 1, 45 | perfect can make its own likeness. But immaterial creatures 160 1, 45 | nevertheless can make their own ~likeness, for fire generates fire, 161 1, 45 | participating any nature, makes a likeness ~to itself, not by absolutely 162 1, 45 | whereby it makes its own likeness. But in an ~immaterial substance 163 1, 51 | metaphorically, ~on account of the likeness to the rational nature.~ 164 1, 54 | angels according to the likeness of the things known, although 165 1, 54 | known, although not by ~likeness of the faculty knowing them. 166 1, 55 | is the sensible ~object's likeness contained in the sense, 167 1, 55 | understood is apprehended by some likeness within ~him who understands 168 1, 55 | understands it. But the likeness of the thing existing in 169 1, 55 | an exemplar, so that the likeness is the cause ~of the thing; 170 1, 55 | as the proper type and ~likeness of many. Just as in man, 171 1, 55 | as the proper ~type and likeness of that prudence which in 172 1, 56 | is effected by way of a ~likeness. But the essence of the 173 1, 56 | another, except on account of likeness, so far as cause and effect ~ 174 1, 56 | are alike. Therefore if likeness without causality be admitted 175 1, 56 | we are ~on earth, by His likeness reflected in creatures, 176 1, 56 | essence; because no created likeness is sufficient ~to represent 177 1, 57 | all things, God is the ~likeness of all things, and knows 178 1, 60 | not denote equality, but likeness. ~For since natural affection 179 1, 63 | not by equality, ~but by likeness, it would seem that he did 180 1, 63 | equality; secondly, by ~likeness. He could not seek to be 181 1, 63 | to be as God according to likeness can happen in two ways. 182 1, 63 | In ~one way, as to that likeness whereby everything is made 183 1, 63 | provided that he desires such likeness in proper order, that is ~ 184 1, 63 | desired as his last end that likeness of God which is ~bestowed 185 1, 64 | nevertheless, by their likeness of intellectual nature, 186 1, 66 | same time it has so far a ~likeness to earth, in that it is 187 1, 72 | from the Divine image and likeness, whereas man is said to 188 1, 72 | made "to the image and likeness of God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 189 1, 73 | of God "was made in the likeness of ~men." And again, the 190 1, 75 | is caused by means of a likeness. But ~there can be no likeness 191 1, 75 | likeness. But ~there can be no likeness of a body to an incorporeal 192 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The likeness of a thing known is not 193 1, 75 | afterwards knows actually, the likeness of the thing known must 194 1, 75 | necessary, not that the likeness of corporeal things should 195 1, 75 | in ~the soul for such a likeness. But the ancient philosophers 196 1, 76 | material ~conditions - its likeness to the nature of a species 197 1, 76 | matter, there will be a likeness of the nature ~without those 198 1, 76 | nature, but according to its likeness; for "the stone is not in 199 1, 76 | not in the soul, ~but its likeness is," as is said, De Anima 200 1, 76 | which is understood, not the likeness of the stone; except by 201 1, 77 | approaches nearest to the likeness of God. But in ~God there 202 1, 77 | approaches to the Divine likeness, ~more than inferior creatures, 203 1, 39 | therefore, we make use of the likeness of ~the trace or image found 204 1, 39 | without a principle, has a likeness to the property of the Father, 205 1, 39 | Species or beauty has a likeness to ~the property of the 206 1, 39 | The first of these has a likeness to the property of the Son, 207 1, 39 | Body Para. 6/10~"Use" has a likeness to the property of the Holy 208 1, 39 | principle, ~and so it has a likeness to the heavenly Father, 209 1, 39 | of old age. "Wisdom" has likeness to the heavenly Son, as 210 1, 39 | and object of love, has likeness to the Holy Ghost; but seems ~ 211 1, 40 | signification there is a certain likeness of these things in God; 212 1, 41 | subsists in the perfect likeness of God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 213 1, 41 | according to a certain likeness ~of assimilation to Him 214 1, 42 | Para. 1/1 - OF EQUALITY AND LIKENESS AMONG THE DIVINE PERSONS ( 215 1, 42 | with regard to equality and likeness; secondly, with regard to 216 1, 42 | Therefore, we may speak ~of likeness in the divine persons, but 217 1, 42 | quantity, ~equality includes likeness and something besides, because 218 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 3: Equality and likeness in God may be designated 219 1, 42 | persons is mutual, and so is likeness; for the Son is equal ~and 220 1, 42 | Nom. ix): "Equality and likeness are not mutual." For effects 221 1, 42 | Therefore equality and likeness in the divine ~persons is 222 1, 42 | Hence we need to gather a likeness of it from many of these ~ 223 1, 42 | essence. Thus equality and likeness in God have reference ~to 224 1, 43 | might be regenerated to the likeness of the only Begotten. The ~ 225 1, 45 | essence, according as the ~likeness to that essence can be shared 226 1, 45 | another by ~the reason of its likeness thereto, either in species, 227 1, 45 | not attain to a natural likeness to ~God according to similitude 228 1, 45 | still they do attain to likeness to Him, forasmuch as they ~ 229 1, 45 | perfection, which is the likeness of the divine perfection 230 1, 45 | except inasmuch as it is the likeness of the form of the ~generator, 231 1, 45 | intends to communicate its own likeness; otherwise the ~form of 232 1, 45 | as it participates in the likeness to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 233 1, 46 | perfect can make its own likeness. But immaterial creatures 234 1, 46 | nevertheless can make their own ~likeness, for fire generates fire, 235 1, 46 | participating any nature, makes a likeness ~to itself, not by absolutely 236 1, 46 | whereby it makes its own likeness. But in an ~immaterial substance 237 1, 52 | metaphorically, ~on account of the likeness to the rational nature.~ 238 1, 55 | angels according to the likeness of the things known, although 239 1, 55 | known, although not by ~likeness of the faculty knowing them. 240 1, 56 | is the sensible ~object's likeness contained in the sense, 241 1, 56 | understood is apprehended by some likeness within ~him who understands 242 1, 56 | understands it. But the likeness of the thing existing in 243 1, 56 | an exemplar, so that the likeness is the cause ~of the thing; 244 1, 56 | as the proper type and ~likeness of many. Just as in man, 245 1, 56 | as the proper ~type and likeness of that prudence which in 246 1, 57 | is effected by way of a ~likeness. But the essence of the 247 1, 57 | another, except on account of likeness, so far as cause and effect ~ 248 1, 57 | are alike. Therefore if likeness without causality be admitted 249 1, 57 | we are ~on earth, by His likeness reflected in creatures, 250 1, 57 | essence; because no created likeness is sufficient ~to represent 251 1, 58 | all things, God is the ~likeness of all things, and knows 252 1, 61 | not denote equality, but likeness. ~For since natural affection 253 1, 64 | not by equality, ~but by likeness, it would seem that he did 254 1, 64 | equality; secondly, by ~likeness. He could not seek to be 255 1, 64 | to be as God according to likeness can happen in two ways. 256 1, 64 | In ~one way, as to that likeness whereby everything is made 257 1, 64 | provided that he desires such likeness in proper order, that is ~ 258 1, 64 | desired as his last end that likeness of God which is ~bestowed 259 1, 65 | nevertheless, by their likeness of intellectual nature, 260 1, 67 | same time it has so far a ~likeness to earth, in that it is 261 1, 71 | from the Divine image and likeness, whereas man is said to 262 1, 71 | made "to the image and likeness of God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 263 1, 72 | of God "was made in the likeness of ~men." And again, the 264 1, 74 | is caused by means of a likeness. But ~there can be no likeness 265 1, 74 | likeness. But ~there can be no likeness of a body to an incorporeal 266 1, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The likeness of a thing known is not 267 1, 74 | afterwards knows actually, the likeness of the thing known must 268 1, 74 | necessary, not that the likeness of corporeal things should 269 1, 74 | in ~the soul for such a likeness. But the ancient philosophers 270 1, 75 | material ~conditions - its likeness to the nature of a species 271 1, 75 | matter, there will be a likeness of the nature ~without those 272 1, 75 | nature, but according to its likeness; for "the stone is not in 273 1, 75 | not in the soul, ~but its likeness is," as is said, De Anima 274 1, 75 | which is understood, not the likeness of the stone; except by 275 1, 76 | approaches nearest to the likeness of God. But in ~God there 276 1, 76 | approaches to the Divine likeness, ~more than inferior creatures, 277 1, 77 | the soul, and to be by its likeness in the soul. In this way 278 1, 77 | nature, but ~according to its likeness. Whence it is clear that 279 1, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the likeness of the agent is received 280 1, 78 | may well happen that its ~likeness is received variously into 281 1, 78 | every thing of which the likeness exists in the intellect 282 1, 79 | in a way, approach to a likeness to God, "in ~Whom all things 283 1, 82 | does compare, it has some likeness of comparison ~by choosing 284 1, 83 | creature has a certain ~likeness to the lower creature, forasmuch 285 1, 83 | yet it has not a complete likeness thereof, because ~it is 286 1, 83 | Divine Essence is a perfect likeness of all, whatsoever ~may 287 1, 83 | else than a participated likeness ~of the uncreated light, 288 1, 83 | things themselves from their likeness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 289 1, 83 | Even the phantasm is the likeness of an individual thing; ~ 290 1, 83 | does not need any further likeness of the ~individual, whereas 291 1, 84 | passive intellect a certain likeness which ~represents, as to 292 1, 84 | something external is the likeness of the object of the action, 293 1, 84 | heat in the heater is a likeness of the ~thing heated; so 294 1, 84 | remaining in the ~agent is the likeness of the object. Hence that 295 1, 84 | which the sight sees ~is the likeness of the visible thing; and 296 1, 84 | the visible thing; and the likeness of the thing ~understood, 297 1, 84 | which the species is the likeness. This also appears ~from 298 1, 84 | the soul, ~but only the likeness of the stone"; it follows 299 1, 84 | the intellect by its own ~likeness; and it is in this sense 300 1, 84 | intellect in act, because the likeness of the thing ~understood 301 1, 84 | of the intellect, as the likeness of a sensible ~thing is 302 1, 84 | but ~rather that it is the likeness thereof.~Aquin.: SMT FP 303 1, 84 | faculty of sight receives the likeness of color and not of smell. 304 1, 84 | intellect, in ~which there is a likeness of the specific nature, 305 1, 84 | potentiality to act, it has a likeness to things which are generated, ~ 306 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The likeness of a thing is received into 307 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The likeness through which we understand 308 1, 84 | account of its natural likeness to the cognitive power, 309 1, 86 | reason ~of the sensible likeness which is the form of sense 310 1, 86 | in act, by reason of the ~likeness of the thing understood, 311 1, 86 | soul are known by their ~likeness being present in the soul, 312 1, 87 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The likeness of nature is not a sufficient 313 1, 87 | knowledge ~requires that the likeness of the thing known be in 314 1, 87 | 5]). Hence through ~the likeness derived from material things 315 1, 90 | spiritual substances, and in likeness to the heavenly ~bodies 316 1, 91 | production of a perfect likeness in the masculine sex; while 317 1, 91 | universe, so the first man, in likeness to God, was the principle ~ 318 1, 92 | be made "to the image and likeness of God." There are under 319 1, 92 | difference between "image" and "likeness." ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 320 1, 92 | the undivided and united likeness of one ~thing adequately 321 1, 92 | man to Our own ~image and likeness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 322 1, 92 | exists, there forthwith is likeness; but where there is likeness, 323 1, 92 | likeness; but where there is likeness, there ~is not necessarily 324 1, 92 | Hence it is clear that likeness is ~essential to an image; 325 1, 92 | image adds something to ~likeness - namely, that it is copied 326 1, 92 | that in man there is some likeness to God, ~copied from God 327 1, 92 | from an exemplar; yet this likeness is not one of ~equality, 328 1, 92 | Therefore ~there is in man a likeness to God; not, indeed, a perfect 329 1, 92 | not, indeed, a perfect likeness, but ~imperfect. And Scripture 330 1, 92 | man was made ~"to" God's likeness; for the preposition "to" 331 1, 92 | image" by reason of the likeness; and "to the image" by reason 332 1, 92 | reason of the ~imperfect likeness. And since the perfect likeness 333 1, 92 | likeness. And since the perfect likeness to God cannot be ~except 334 1, 92 | Further, the more distinct a likeness is, the nearer it ~approaches 335 1, 92 | I answer that, Not every likeness, not even what is copied 336 1, 92 | make an image; for if the likeness be ~only generic, or existing 337 1, 92 | merely because of the generic likeness. Nor, if anything is made 338 1, 92 | nature of an ~image requires likeness in species; thus the image 339 1, 92 | is manifest that specific likeness follows the ultimate ~difference. 340 1, 92 | approach so near to God in likeness, that among all creatures 341 1, 92 | it ~possesses any sort of likeness to God, participates in 342 1, 92 | intensively ~and collectively the likeness to the Divine goodness is 343 1, 92 | word "image" to express the likeness ~which the product of an 344 1, 92 | sense; but as it implies a likeness in nature, that is, inasmuch 345 1, 92 | we presuppose the first likeness, which is in the ~intellectual 346 1, 92 | knowledge, are so near to Him in likeness ~that of all creatures none 347 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, likeness belongs to the nature of 348 1, 92 | this image consists in the likeness of ~glory. Wherefore on 349 1, 92 | of "re-creation," and of "likeness." The first is found in ~ 350 1, 92 | like to the Father by a likeness of essence, it would ~follow 351 1, 92 | necessity if man were made in likeness to the Son, that he is ~ 352 1, 92 | that he is ~made to the likeness of the Father. Secondly, 353 1, 92 | man to Our own image and likeness"; but "to Thy image." When, ~ 354 1, 92 | creatures there is some kind of likeness to ~God, in the rational 355 1, 92 | creature alone we find a likeness of "image" as we ~have explained 356 1, 92 | other creatures we find a ~likeness by way of a "trace." Now 357 1, 92 | to possess, we ~find the likeness of a "trace," as in other 358 1, 92 | represents something by likeness in species, as we have said; 359 1, 92 | as not to attain to the likeness of species. For ~imprints 360 1, 92 | the representation of the likeness of the Divine ~Nature in 361 1, 92 | uncreated Trinity. For as to the likeness of the Divine Nature, rational ~ 362 1, 92 | architect. So we find in man a likeness to God ~by way of an "image" 363 1, 92 | woman is a third person in ~likeness to the Holy Ghost, since 364 1, 92 | made to ~God's image and likeness, rather than the bodies 365 1, 92 | the sight of a certain ~likeness of the said species; thirdly, 366 1, 92 | AA[2],7), image means a likeness ~which in some degree, however 367 1, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether "likeness" is properly distinguished 368 1, 92 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "likeness" is not properly distinguished 369 1, 92 | distinguished from "species." Now, ~"likeness" is to "image" as genus 370 1, 92 | image, forthwith there is likeness, but not conversely" as 371 1, 92 | 83, qu. 74). Therefore "likeness" is not properly to be ~ 372 1, 92 | not true to say that the "likeness is in the ~essence because 373 1, 92 | and the will, while the likeness is from innocence and ~righteousness."~ 374 1, 92 | knowledge of truth, and the likeness in the love of virtue."~ 375 1, 92 | reason, namely "image" and ~"likeness," since, if they meant the 376 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Likeness is a kind of unity, for 377 1, 92 | oneness in quality ~causes likeness, as the Philosopher says ( 378 1, 92 | kind of comparison between "likeness" and ~"image." For the good 379 1, 92 | virtue. In like manner, likeness may be considered in the 380 1, 92 | perfect or imperfect. Thus likeness ~may be distinguished from 381 1, 92 | things, and in this sense likeness regards things which ~are 382 1, 92 | opinion of some made to God's ~likeness." In this sense he says ( 383 1, 92 | Quant. Animae ii) that the likeness ~of God is found in the 384 1, 92 | of universal beings. But likeness may be ~considered in another 385 1, 92 | self-movement, whereas likeness implies a likeness of power, 386 1, 92 | whereas likeness implies a likeness of power, as far as ~this 387 1, 92 | man." In the same sense "likeness" is said to ~belong to " 388 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "Likeness" is not distinct from "image" 389 1, 92 | the general ~notion of "likeness" (for thus it is included 390 1, 92 | image"); but so far as ~any "likeness" falls short of "image," 391 1, 92 | may say that a natural "likeness" ~exists in the soul. Nor 392 1, 92 | and from another the term "likeness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 393 1, 92 | love of virtue belongs to "likeness," as virtue ~itself belongs 394 1, 92 | virtue ~itself belongs to likeness.~ 395 1, 95 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, likeness and equality are the basis 396 1, 99 | naturally begets a specific likeness to himself. ~Hence whatever 397 1, 104 | composite generator by a likeness of species. Therefore ~just 398 1, 104 | understanding, namely, the likeness of ~the thing understood 399 1, 104 | or impresses on him the likeness of the thing understood.~ 400 1, 104 | light together with the likeness of the ~thing understood 401 1, 104 | impresses on it its own likeness, by means of which the ~ 402 1, 104 | as it participates in a likeness to the ~Supreme Good, which 403 1, 105 | intellectual power, and the likeness of ~the thing understood; 404 1, 105 | to another as regards the likeness of the thing understood. 405 1, 105 | degree, but by a perfect likeness. For in the heavenly hierarchy 406 1, 105 | corporeal agents give ~their likeness to others so far as they 407 1, 107 | considered according to a likeness to our own intellectual 408 1, 109 | makes natural things, has a ~likeness to the composite; either 409 1, 111 | administering," after the likeness of those who attend upon 410 1, 112 | that "He was made in ~the likeness of men, and in habit found 411 1, 114 | participates something of a likeness to the Divine Being, forasmuch 412 1, 114 | bodies have not a specific likeness to the ~bodies here below. 413 1, 114 | bodies here below. Their likeness consists in this, that by 414 1, 116 | examples, ~either by way of likeness or of opposition, or something 415 1, 117 | existed already, as to the likeness of the species, in the ~ 416 1, 118 | something else into the likeness of that nature. But if it ~ 417 1, 118 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The likeness of the begetter to the begotten 418 2, 1 | they share ~in the Divine likeness, inasmuch as they are, or 419 2, 2 | perfection of being is: Whose likeness, according to their proportion, ~ 420 2, 2 | angelic ~nature, by a kind of likeness; but man does not rest there 421 2, 3 | Reply OBJ 1: The asserted likeness of the practical intellect 422 2, 3 | to what He knows. But the likeness of the ~speculative intellect 423 2, 3 | which is ~a much greater likeness. And yet it may be answered 424 2, 3 | partakes of ~some particular likeness of happiness. Thus perfect 425 2, 3 | it partakes of a certain likeness to ~that which is above 426 2, 3 | naturally desired, but also ~any likeness or participation thereof.~ 427 2, 4 | than that of action to the likeness of that perfect ~Happiness, 428 2, 5 | on account of a certain likeness to true Happiness. And ~ 429 2, 5 | it is imperfectly and by likeness or participation. ~Consequently 430 2, 6 | participation of will, by way of ~likeness thereto. It is thus that 431 2, 15 | things of which they bear the likeness; while the ~intellect apprehends 432 2, 16 | Eternity is in the ~Father, Likeness in the Image," i.e. in the 433 2, 24 | reason, there is a ~certain likeness of moral good in them, in 434 2, 27 | cause of love?~(3) Whether likeness is a cause of love?~(4) 435 2, 27 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether likeness is a cause of love?~Aquin.: 436 2, 27 | OBJ 1: It would seem that likeness is not a cause of love. 437 2, 27 | cause of contraries. But likeness is the cause of ~hatred; 438 2, 27 | one another." Therefore likeness is not a cause of ~love.~ 439 2, 27 | But it would not be so, if likeness were ~the proper cause of 440 2, 27 | like to possess. Therefore ~likeness is not a cause of love.~ 441 2, 27 | them. Therefore not ~only likeness but also unlikeness is a 442 2, 27 | are not such. Therefore likeness is not ~a cause of love.~ 443 2, 27 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, Likeness, properly speaking, is a 444 2, 27 | it ~must be observed that likeness between things is twofold. 445 2, 27 | is twofold. One kind of ~likeness arises from each thing having 446 2, 27 | alike. Another kind of likeness arises from one thing having 447 2, 27 | Accordingly the first kind of likeness causes love of friendship 448 2, 27 | But the second kind of ~likeness causes love of concupiscence, 449 2, 27 | another he is ~one only in the likeness of some form. Consequently, 450 2, 27 | Consequently, if this other's ~likeness to him arising from the 451 2, 27 | himself, there is a certain likeness of proportion: because as 452 2, 27 | good writer, we can see ~a likeness of proportion, inasmuch 453 2, 27 | loves what he needs, bears a likeness to what he ~loves, as potentiality 454 2, 27 | as potentiality bears a likeness to its act, as stated above.~ 455 2, 27 | 4: According to the same likeness of potentiality to its act, ~ 456 2, 28 | the whole: or according to likeness, in ~genus, species, or 457 2, 28 | does not cause union of likeness, but rather is caused by 458 2, 28 | things, it is the union of likeness, as stated above (Q[27], ~ 459 2, 28 | being united, ~through its likeness, to the knower. But the 460 2, 28 | love ~is a participated likeness of the Divine Love, it seems 461 2, 30 | either by reason of a certain likeness; ~or on account of the craving 462 2, 32 | of pleasure?~(7) Whether likeness is a cause of pleasure?~( 463 2, 32 | is in the knower by its likeness; secondly, in reality - 464 2, 32 | greater than ~conjunction by likeness, which is the conjunction 465 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether likeness is a cause of pleasure?~ 466 2, 32 | OBJ 1: It would seem that likeness is not a cause of pleasure. 467 2, 32 | unlikeness, rather than likeness, is a cause of pleasure.~ 468 2, 32 | unlikeness, rather than ~likeness, is a cause of pleasure.~ 469 2, 32 | satiated with food. ~Therefore likeness is not a cause of pleasure.~ 470 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Likeness is a cause of love, as above 471 2, 32 | cause of pleasure. Therefore likeness is a cause ~of pleasure.~ 472 2, 32 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Likeness is a kind of unity; hence 473 2, 32 | another, ~there is a certain likeness between them: but this likeness 474 2, 32 | likeness between them: but this likeness is ~conditioned by a certain 475 2, 32 | unlike sorrow, bears some likeness to the man that is sorrowful: ~ 476 2, 35 | things, implies a certain likeness, e.g. to recede from ~something 477 2, 35 | there is fittingness and likeness in the ~affirmation of one 478 2, 35 | reality moves more than its likeness does. But ~outward pain 479 2, 35 | arises from the apprehended likeness of a contrary. ~Therefore 480 2, 35 | caused by the apprehended likeness of a ~thing: for a man is 481 2, 35 | pained by the apprehended likeness ~itself, but by the thing 482 2, 35 | but by the thing which the likeness represents. And this thing 483 2, 35 | apprehended by means of its likeness, as this ~likeness is more 484 2, 35 | of its likeness, as this ~likeness is more immaterial and abstract. 485 2, 36 | the natural ~appetite; a likeness, that may be assigned to 486 2, 37 | metaphorically, from a likeness to sensible bodies: for 487 2, 46 | differences, according to a likeness ~of matter; so an efficient 488 2, 50 | a species which is the ~likeness of the object; so in the 489 2, 51 | must needs be the actual likeness of the thing known: whence 490 2, 51 | itself, that ~it was the likeness and act of all things. Wherefore 491 2, 51 | entirely, it may impress its likeness on it. Now it is clear that 492 2, 55 | is His act, the highest likeness of man ~to God is in respect 493 2, 69 | complete change ~into the likeness even of an angel, which 494 2, 69 | own movements, approach to likeness to God, and are called " 495 2, 69 | consider two ~things. One is likeness of matter. In this way all 496 2, 70 | special manner, as ~in His own likeness, since He Himself is love. 497 2, 77 | applied to the soul by way of ~likeness to weakness of the body. 498 2, 80 | moved, by even a slight likeness, to an apprehension of the 499 2, 84 | the root of all sins, in likeness to the root of a tree, in ~ 500 2, 89 | its want of connection or likeness, but on account of ~the


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