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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | which lacks ~nothing of the mode of its perfection.~Aquin.: 2 1, 4 | exists not ~in any single mode, but embraces all being 3 1, 4 | not participate in every mode of existence; nevertheless 4 1, 4 | and according to the same mode; and ~these are said to 5 1, 5 | Whether goodness consists in mode, species, and order?~(6) 6 1, 5 | being can ~receive this mode of being. But goodness signifies 7 1, 5 | inasmuch as one seeks some mode of being of which one cannot 8 1, 5 | of goodness consists in mode, species and order?~Aquin.: 9 1, 5 | goodness does not consist in mode, ~species and order. For 10 1, 5 | being differ logically. But mode, ~species and order seem 11 1, 5 | can be reduced species, mode and ~order, as Augustine 12 1, 5 | 3): "Measure fixes the mode of ~everything, number gives 13 1, 5 | goodness does not consist in mode, ~species and order.~Aquin.: 14 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, mode, species and order are themselves 15 1, 5 | of goodness consists in mode, species and order, then ~ 16 1, 5 | species and order, then ~every mode must have its own mode, 17 1, 5 | every mode must have its own mode, species and order. The 18 1, 5 | evil is the privation of mode, species and order. But ~ 19 1, 5 | goodness does not consist in mode, species and order.~Aquin.: 20 1, 5 | we can speak of an evil mode, species and order. ~Therefore 21 1, 5 | goodness does not consist in mode, species and ~order.~Aquin.: 22 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, mode, species and order are caused 23 1, 5 | goodness does not consist in mode, ~species and order.~Aquin.: 24 1, 5 | Boni. iii): "These ~three - mode, species and order - as 25 1, 5 | of goodness consists in mode, species and order.~Aquin.: 26 1, 5 | nothing according to the mode of ~its perfection. But 27 1, 5 | this is signified by the ~mode: hence it is said that the 28 1, 5 | that the measure marks the mode. But the form ~itself is 29 1, 5 | perfection, ~consists also in mode, species and order.~Aquin.: 30 1, 5 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Mode, species and order are said 31 1, 5 | being of a thing is its mode, species, order. Thus, a 32 1, 5 | order. Thus, a man has a mode, ~species and order as he 33 1, 5 | does not destroy every mode, species and order, but 34 1, 5 | Nat. Boni. xxiii), "Every mode, as mode, ~is good" (and 35 1, 5 | xxiii), "Every mode, as mode, ~is good" (and the same 36 1, 5 | and order). "But an evil ~mode, species and order are so 37 1, 6 | For goodness ~consists in mode, species and order. But 38 1, 6 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To have mode, species and order belongs 39 1, 6 | belongs to ~Him to impose mode, species and order on others; 40 1, 7 | actual according to its mode of ~being; for instance, 41 1, 8 | to it, according to its mode of being. But ~being is 42 1, 8 | OBJ 1: It seems that the mode of God's existence in all 43 1, 8 | there ought to be a special mode of God's ~existence in things.~ 44 1, 8 | that, ~"God by a common mode is in all things by His 45 1, 8 | grace constitutes a special mode of God's existence in things. 46 1, 8 | however, another special mode of God's existence in man 47 1, 8 | not according to the same mode of existence.~Aquin.: SMT 48 1, 8 | lives according to this mode of speaking; and ~thus it 49 1, 10 | Necessary means a certain mode of truth; and truth, ~according 50 1, 11 | still, according to the ~mode of our apprehension, He 51 1, 11 | nor potentially, by ~any mode of division; since He is 52 1, 12 | representing God ~according to some mode of similitude; as in the 53 1, 12 | knower according to the mode of the knower. Hence the 54 1, 12 | nature. If therefore the mode ~of anything's being exceeds 55 1, 12 | anything's being exceeds the mode of the knower, it must result 56 1, 12 | of the knower. Now the ~mode of being of things is manifold. 57 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This mode of knowing God is natural 58 1, 12 | conjunction ~"as" determines the mode of vision on the part of 59 1, 12 | does not determine the ~mode of vision on the part of 60 1, 12 | the meaning was that ~the mode of seeing God will be as 61 1, 12 | perfect as is the perfect mode of God's ~existence.~Aquin.: 62 1, 12 | true if referred to the mode of the thing ~understood, 63 1, 12 | but not if referred to the mode of ~understanding, for the 64 1, 12 | wholly" refers either to the ~mode of the seer, or to the mode 65 1, 12 | mode of the seer, or to the mode of the thing seen. But he 66 1, 12 | sees Him wholly, if the mode of the thing seen is ~considered; 67 1, 12 | sees ~Him wholly if the mode of the seer is meant, forasmuch 68 1, 12 | attain to that perfect ~mode of knowledge of which it 69 1, 12 | can attain to that perfect mode of the knowledge of the 70 1, 12 | word "wholly" denotes a mode of the object; not that ~ 71 1, 12 | knowledge, but that the mode of the ~object is not the 72 1, 12 | of the ~object is not the mode of the one who knows. Therefore 73 1, 12 | nevertheless, this infinite mode does not extend to enable 74 1, 12 | was said above (A[4]), the mode of knowledge follows the 75 1, 12 | of knowledge follows the mode of the ~nature of the knower. 76 1, 12 | be referred to some high mode of prophecy, so that God ~ 77 1, 13 | names fail to express His mode of being, forasmuch as our 78 1, 13 | and ~the like, and their mode of signification. As regards 79 1, 13 | Him. But as regards ~their mode of signification, they do 80 1, 13 | apply to ~God; for their mode of signification applies 81 1, 13 | absolutely, ~without any such mode of participation being part 82 1, 13 | signified, but as regards their ~mode of signification; whereas 83 1, 13 | pre-exist excellently. Now this ~mode of community of idea is 84 1, 13 | first. Hence they ~have a mode of signification which belongs 85 1, 13 | proceeding according to our mode of thinking ~to external 86 1, 13 | the knowable object in its mode of signification exists ~ 87 1, 13 | do not ~follow upon the mode of being in things, but 88 1, 13 | in things, but upon the mode of being as it ~is in our 89 1, 13 | in itself, but whatever mode it applies in determining 90 1, 13 | God, it falls short of the mode of what God is in ~Himself. 91 1, 13 | Now by any other name some mode of substance is determined, ~ 92 1, 13 | HE WHO IS, determines no mode of being, but is ~indeterminate 93 1, 13 | existence; and as regards ~the mode of signification and consignification, 94 1, 13 | to God according to its mode of signification.~Aquin.: 95 1, 13 | proposition is false. For the ~mode of the intellect in understanding 96 1, 13 | understanding is different from the mode of the ~thing in its essence. 97 1, 13 | them according to its own mode, which is in a composite ~ 98 1, 14 | cognitive; and according to the mode of ~immateriality is the 99 1, 14 | of ~immateriality is the mode of knowledge. Hence it is 100 1, 14 | belongs to that imperfect mode proper to ~creatures. Hence 101 1, 14 | Knowledge is according to the mode of the one who knows; ~for 102 1, 14 | knower according to the mode of the knower. ~Now since 103 1, 14 | the knower. ~Now since the mode of the divine essence is 104 1, 14 | not exist in God after the mode of ~created knowledge, so 105 1, 14 | existing according to any such mode.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 106 1, 14 | Hence according to this ~mode of speaking, He supremely 107 1, 14 | knowable according to the ~mode of its own actuality; since 108 1, 14 | according to an intelligible mode: for everything which is 109 1, 14 | in it according to the mode of that in which it is.~ 110 1, 14 | mirror, or by any ~other mode by which one thing is seen 111 1, 14 | adverb "so" imports the mode of ~knowledge on the part 112 1, 14 | known according to the (mode of) existence it has in 113 1, 14 | knows it according to its (mode of) existence ~outside the 114 1, 14 | understood to import the mode (of ~knowledge) on the part 115 1, 14 | the more perfect is ~the mode of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 116 1, 14 | something else; while the other ~mode of discursion is according 117 1, 14 | successively. Likewise the second mode of discursion cannot be ~ 118 1, 14 | First, because this second mode of discursion presupposes ~ 119 1, 14 | discursion presupposes ~the first mode; for whosoever proceeds 120 1, 14 | according to the aforesaid mode, God would not know ~singular 121 1, 14 | knower is measured by the mode of the form which is the 122 1, 14 | infinite according to the mode of the ~infinite is to know 123 1, 14 | necessary according to the mode in which they are subject 124 1, 14 | speculative either in its mode or as to its end is partly 125 1, 14 | knowledge as regards the mode; for whatever we know ~speculatively 126 1, 15 | knows it according to every mode in which it can be known. 127 1, 18 | according to the ~form, not the mode of being. For sometimes 128 1, 19 | in their cause after the mode of the cause. Wherefore 129 1, 19 | pre-exist in Him after the ~mode of intellect, and therefore 130 1, 19 | from Him after the same mode. ~Consequently, they proceed 131 1, 19 | proceed from Him after the mode of will, for His ~inclination 132 1, 19 | that He acts after the ~mode of intellect and will.~Aquin.: 133 1, 19 | way of comparison with our mode of acting, in so far as 134 1, 19 | antecedents according ~to the mode of the antecedents. Hence 135 1, 22 | being, as such. Hence ~the mode both of necessity and of 136 1, 27 | God, ~not according to the mode of the lowest creatures, 137 1, 27 | according to an intelligible ~mode, as above explained (A[1]). 138 1, 27 | nature possesses but one mode of ~self-communication; 139 1, 28 | predicated of Him as regards the mode of inherence in Himself 140 1, 28 | considered relation in the former mode only.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] 141 1, 28 | and only differs in its mode of intelligibility; as ~ 142 1, 28 | not predicated under the mode of ~substance, as existing 143 1, 29 | of person to signify the mode of subsistence which belongs 144 1, 30 | I answer that, The very mode of expression itself shows 145 1, 30 | nature with the ~determinate mode of existence of singular 146 1, 30 | of its nature, with the mode of existence of ~singular 147 1, 30 | incommunicable, yet the mode itself of ~incommunicable 148 1, 31 | Holy ~Ghost; so that such a mode of speaking is true.~Aquin.: 149 1, 32 | that according to its own mode and capacity it should receive ~ 150 1, 32 | things, according to its own mode, that is in so far as ~they 151 1, 32 | as this is ~against their mode of signification. Hence 152 1, 32 | not agree in one special mode ~of existence derived from 153 1, 32 | Son agree in ~one special mode of producing the Holy Ghost. 154 1, 33 | more they determine the mode adapted to the creature. ~ 155 1, 33 | but not as regards the mode of signification. Hence 156 1, 34 | account of the different mode of ~utterance proposed by 157 1, 36 | accommodated ~by the usual mode of speaking to signify the 158 1, 39 | persons, according to our mode of signification. Now in ~ 159 1, 39 | Godhead, ~nevertheless the mode of signification is different. 160 1, 39 | expressing ourselves, ~the mode of signification must be 161 1, 39 | this word "God," from its mode ~of signification, can, 162 1, 39 | signified, but also the mode of its signification as ~ 163 1, 39 | Godhead," ~nevertheless the mode of signification is not 164 1, 39 | possesses ~it, from its mode of signification it can 165 1, 39 | essence," however, in its mode of signification, cannot 166 1, 39 | account of their different mode of signification, we ~must 167 1, 39 | predicated of the Father by mode of ~identity by reason of 168 1, 39 | stand for the Father, its mode of signification being different. ~ 169 1, 39 | the abstract ~signify by mode of form. But one person 170 1, 39 | consider God according to the mode derived from ~creatures. 171 1, 40 | relations, according to our mode of understanding, ~presuppose 172 1, 40 | thought thus owing to the mode of signification of the ~ 173 1, 40 | in the essence, only by mode ~of identity; but in the 174 1, 40 | the persons they exist by mode of identity, not ~merely 175 1, 40 | reality, but also in the mode of signification; as the 176 1, 40 | supposita." And so their mode of ~signification is against 177 1, 40 | yet ~they differ in the mode of signification; for "origin" 178 1, 40 | distinguished, nevertheless in our mode of understanding ~they are 179 1, 40 | nevertheless, as regards the mode of ~signification there 180 1, 40 | that the ~relations in our mode of understanding follow 181 1, 41 | the persons ~only in their mode of signification; and in 182 1, 41 | differing only in their mode of ~signification.~Aquin.: 183 1, 41 | Further, the Son proceeds by mode of the intellect, as the 184 1, 41 | although He proceeds by ~mode of will.~Aquin.: SMT FP 185 1, 41 | insinuates into our minds the mode of the divine generation; 186 1, 42 | of generation. The first mode is like the issue of a line 187 1, 42 | species from genera; but this mode ~has no place in God, for 188 1, 42 | time ~is absent in every mode whereby one thing is from 189 1, 42 | Verbis Domini, Serm. 38), no mode of ~the procession of any 190 1, 42 | anyone who examines each mode. Therefore ~the Son and 191 1, 42 | Father in each other. ~The mode the most nearly approaching 192 1, 42 | forth from the Father is by mode of the ~interior procession 193 1, 43 | or exist in it in a new mode, ~is temporal.~Aquin.: SMT 194 1, 43 | according ~to His one common mode, as the cause existing in 195 1, 43 | Above and beyond this common mode, however, ~there is one 196 1, 43 | however, ~there is one special mode belonging to the rational 197 1, 43 | according to this special mode ~God is said not only to 198 1, 43 | rational creature in a new mode, ~except sanctifying grace. 199 1, 43 | Ghost is according to the ~mode of charity. Whereas the 200 1, 43 | A[7] Body Para. 2/2~This mode of manifestation applies 201 1, 44 | cause ~of beings; (2) the mode of procession of creatures 202 1, 44 | accident to a determinate mode of being; for instance, 203 1, 44 | excluded from the former ~mode of being made.~Aquin.: SMT 204 1, 44 | thing should have the same ~mode in reality as the thought 205 1, 45 | 45] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE MODE OF EMANATION OF THINGS FROM 206 1, 45 | next question concerns the mode of the emanation of things 207 1, 45 | change, except according to a mode of ~understanding. For change 208 1, 45 | creature. But because the mode of signification follows 209 1, 45 | signification follows the mode of ~understanding as was 210 1, 45 | creation is signified by ~mode of change; and on this account 211 1, 45 | made, but also from the mode of its being made; ~for 212 1, 45 | Therefore any determinate ~mode of causation ought not to 213 1, 45 | Augustine (De Nat. Boni iii), "mode," "species," and "order," 214 1, 46 | not begin by the natural mode whereby things generated 215 1, 46 | nature, ~according to the mode of its form, so likewise 216 1, 47 | whole, according to the mode of a ~creature; whereas 217 1, 48 | because it has not its due mode and order. But because ~ 218 1, 50 | anything is according to ~the mode of its substance. Now to 219 1, 50 | things ~according to their mode, but according to its own 220 1, 50 | but according to its own mode. Hence material ~things 221 1, 50 | intellect in a simpler ~mode than they exist in themselves. 222 1, 50 | themselves, but by its own mode, according ~as it apprehends 223 1, 50 | Nevertheless, this ~differs in our mode of conception; for, inasmuch 224 1, 50 | supposing that the receptive mode of the intellect ~and of 225 1, 50 | of a thing indicates its mode of being. Now the species 226 1, 55 | there ~according to the mode of the container. But an 227 1, 55 | there in an intelligible mode. ~But all things are in 228 1, 55 | consequently from ~their very mode of existence it behooves 229 1, 58 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MODE OF ANGELIC KNOWLEDGE (SEVEN 230 1, 58 | have now to treat of the mode of the angelic ~knowledge, 231 1, 58 | understands according to the mode of its substance." But the 232 1, 58 | differ less as to their mode ~of existing than do affirmation 233 1, 60 | in each according to its mode. ~Consequently, in the intellectual 234 1, 62 | inclines the subject after the mode of the ~subject's nature. 235 1, 62 | s nature. Now it is the mode of an intellectual nature 236 1, 62 | perfection, according to ~its mode. Now it is proper to the 237 1, 62 | it is on the part of the mode of vision, ~that diverse 238 1, 62 | same way to the supreme mode of vision, which is comprehension, ~ 239 1, 62 | vision lies in a determinate mode of ~the vision.~Aquin.: 240 1, 65 | according to a ~thing's mode of being, is the mode in 241 1, 65 | s mode of being, is the mode in which it is brought into 242 1, 67 | upon substantial form, the mode ~in which the subject receives 243 1, 67 | a quality differs as the mode differs in ~which a subject 244 1, 68 | are, and whatever their mode of existence, ~we cannot 245 1, 69 | gathering together is a mode of local movement. But ~ 246 1, 74 | at as referring to the ~mode of production, they will 247 1, 74 | with either view of the mode of ~production. For the 248 1, 75 | of anything follows ~the mode of its being.~Aquin.: SMT 249 1, 75 | body it will have another mode of understanding, similar 250 1, 76 | action is according to the ~mode of the form by which the 251 1, 76 | heating is according to the ~mode of the heat; so knowledge 252 1, 76 | knowledge is according to the mode of the species by ~which 253 1, 76 | outside the soul, but the mode according to which it exists 254 1, 76 | outside the ~soul is not the mode according to which it is 255 1, 76 | whereas ~such is not its mode of existence outside the 256 1, 77 | the act of ~sense in its mode of proceeding from the sentient. 257 1, 39 | persons, according to our mode of signification. Now in ~ 258 1, 39 | Godhead, ~nevertheless the mode of signification is different. 259 1, 39 | expressing ourselves, ~the mode of signification must be 260 1, 39 | this word "God," from its mode ~of signification, can, 261 1, 39 | signified, but also the mode of its signification as ~ 262 1, 39 | Godhead," ~nevertheless the mode of signification is not 263 1, 39 | possesses ~it, from its mode of signification it can 264 1, 39 | essence," however, in its mode of signification, cannot 265 1, 39 | account of their different mode of signification, we ~must 266 1, 39 | predicated of the Father by mode of ~identity by reason of 267 1, 39 | stand for the Father, its mode of signification being different. ~ 268 1, 39 | the abstract ~signify by mode of form. But one person 269 1, 39 | consider God according to the mode derived from ~creatures. 270 1, 40 | relations, according to our mode of understanding, ~presuppose 271 1, 40 | thought thus owing to the mode of signification of the ~ 272 1, 40 | in the essence, only by mode of identity; but in the 273 1, 40 | the persons they exist by mode of identity, not ~merely 274 1, 40 | reality, but also in the mode of signification; as the 275 1, 40 | supposita." And so their mode of ~signification is against 276 1, 40 | yet ~they differ in the mode of signification; for "origin" 277 1, 40 | distinguished, nevertheless in our mode of understanding ~they are 278 1, 40 | nevertheless, as regards the mode of ~signification there 279 1, 40 | that the ~relations in our mode of understanding follow 280 1, 41 | the persons ~only in their mode of signification; and in 281 1, 41 | differing only in their mode of ~signification.~Aquin.: 282 1, 41 | Further, the Son proceeds by mode of the intellect, as the 283 1, 41 | although He proceeds by ~mode of will.~Aquin.: SMT FP 284 1, 41 | insinuates into our minds the mode of the divine generation; 285 1, 42 | of generation. The first mode is like the issue of a line 286 1, 42 | species from genera; but this mode ~has no place in God, for 287 1, 42 | time ~is absent in every mode whereby one thing is from 288 1, 42 | Verbis Domini, Serm. 38), no mode of ~the procession of any 289 1, 42 | anyone who examines each mode. Therefore ~the Son and 290 1, 42 | Father in each other. ~The mode the most nearly approaching 291 1, 42 | forth from the Father is by mode of the ~interior procession 292 1, 43 | or exist in it in a new mode, ~is temporal.~Aquin.: SMT 293 1, 43 | according ~to His one common mode, as the cause existing in 294 1, 43 | Above and beyond this common mode, however, ~there is one 295 1, 43 | however, ~there is one special mode belonging to the rational 296 1, 43 | according to this special mode ~God is said not only to 297 1, 43 | rational creature in a new mode, ~except sanctifying grace. 298 1, 43 | Ghost is according to the ~mode of charity. Whereas the 299 1, 43 | A[7] Body Para. 2/2~This mode of manifestation applies 300 1, 45 | cause ~of beings; (2) the mode of procession of creatures 301 1, 45 | accident to a determinate mode of being; for instance, 302 1, 45 | excluded from the former ~mode of being made.~Aquin.: SMT 303 1, 45 | thing should have the same ~mode in reality as the thought 304 1, 46 | 45] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE MODE OF EMANATION OF THINGS FROM 305 1, 46 | next question concerns the mode of the emanation of things 306 1, 46 | change, except according to a mode of ~understanding. For change 307 1, 46 | creature. But because the mode of signification follows 308 1, 46 | signification follows the mode of ~understanding as was 309 1, 46 | creation is signified by ~mode of change; and on this account 310 1, 46 | made, but also from the mode of its being made; ~for 311 1, 46 | Therefore any determinate ~mode of causation ought not to 312 1, 46 | Augustine (De Nat. Boni iii), "mode," "species," and "order," 313 1, 47 | not begin by the natural mode whereby things generated 314 1, 47 | nature, ~according to the mode of its form, so likewise 315 1, 48 | whole, according to the mode of a ~creature; whereas 316 1, 49 | because it has not its due mode and order. But because ~ 317 1, 51 | anything is according to ~the mode of its substance. Now to 318 1, 51 | things ~according to their mode, but according to its own 319 1, 51 | but according to its own mode. Hence material ~things 320 1, 51 | intellect in a simpler ~mode than they exist in themselves. 321 1, 51 | themselves, but by its own mode, according ~as it apprehends 322 1, 51 | Nevertheless, this ~differs in our mode of conception; for, inasmuch 323 1, 51 | supposing that the receptive mode of the intellect ~and of 324 1, 51 | of a thing indicates its mode of being. Now the species 325 1, 56 | there ~according to the mode of the container. But an 326 1, 56 | there in an intelligible mode. ~But all things are in 327 1, 56 | consequently from ~their very mode of existence it behooves 328 1, 59 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MODE OF ANGELIC KNOWLEDGE (SEVEN 329 1, 59 | have now to treat of the mode of the angelic ~knowledge, 330 1, 59 | understands according to the mode of its substance." But the 331 1, 59 | differ less as to their mode ~of existing than do affirmation 332 1, 61 | in each according to its mode. ~Consequently, in the intellectual 333 1, 63 | inclines the subject after the mode of the ~subject's nature. 334 1, 63 | s nature. Now it is the mode of an intellectual nature 335 1, 63 | perfection, according to ~its mode. Now it is proper to the 336 1, 63 | it is on the part of the mode of vision, ~that diverse 337 1, 63 | same way to the supreme mode of vision, which is comprehension, ~ 338 1, 63 | vision lies in a determinate mode of ~the vision.~Aquin.: 339 1, 66 | according to a ~thing's mode of being, is the mode in 340 1, 66 | s mode of being, is the mode in which it is brought into 341 1, 68 | upon substantial form, the mode ~in which the subject receives 342 1, 68 | a quality differs as the mode differs in ~which a subject 343 1, 69 | are, and whatever their mode of existence, ~we cannot 344 1, 70 | gathering together is a mode of local movement. But ~ 345 1, 73 | at as referring to the ~mode of production, they will 346 1, 73 | with either view of the mode of ~production. For the 347 1, 74 | of anything follows ~the mode of its being.~Aquin.: SMT 348 1, 74 | body it will have another mode of understanding, similar 349 1, 75 | action is according to the ~mode of the form by which the 350 1, 75 | heating is according to the ~mode of the heat; so knowledge 351 1, 75 | knowledge is according to the mode of the species by ~which 352 1, 75 | outside the soul, but the mode according to which it exists 353 1, 75 | outside the ~soul is not the mode according to which it is 354 1, 75 | whereas ~such is not its mode of existence outside the 355 1, 76 | the act of ~sense in its mode of proceeding from the sentient. 356 1, 77 | according to a spiritual mode ~of existence, into the 357 1, 78 | with the sensitive in its mode of operation either ~through 358 1, 78 | vary the actions as to the ~mode of acting, and consequently 359 1, 78 | to it according ~to its mode of apprehension.~Aquin.: 360 1, 83 | amount of necessity: for the mode of action corresponds to 361 1, 83 | action corresponds to the mode of the agent's form. Wherefore ~ 362 1, 83 | intellect, ~according to its own mode, receives under conditions 363 1, 83 | receiver according to the mode of the receiver. We must ~ 364 1, 83 | the ~knower in the same mode as in the thing known. The 365 1, 83 | nature, and an immaterial mode of ~knowledge, held that 366 1, 84 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MODE AND ORDER OF UNDERSTANDING ( 367 1, 84 | come now to consider the mode and order of understanding. 368 1, 84 | another, does, ~in the first mode of abstraction, imply falsehood. 369 1, 84 | falsehood. But, in the second ~mode of abstraction, for the 370 1, 84 | it is quite true that the mode ~of understanding, in one 371 1, 84 | is not the same as the mode of ~a thing in existing: 372 1, 84 | understands, according to the mode of the intellect, and not ~ 373 1, 84 | materially, according to the mode of a material thing.~Aquin.: 374 1, 84 | corporeal matter, have the ~same mode of existence as the power 375 1, 84 | organs, have not the same mode of ~existence as the human 376 1, 84 | universality results from the mode of understanding ~by way 377 1, 84 | intelligible ~species. For the mode of every action follows 378 1, 84 | intellect ~according to the mode of the intellect, not according 379 1, 84 | intellect, not according to the mode of the ~thing. Wherefore 380 1, 86 | resides in it according to its mode of ~existence; and hence 381 1, 87 | by us, according to the mode of ~knowledge which experience 382 1, 88 | far as it is actual, the mode of action in every agent 383 1, 88 | agent follows from its ~mode of existence. Now the soul 384 1, 88 | existence. Now the soul has one mode of being when in the body, ~ 385 1, 88 | consistently with ~that mode of existence, has a mode 386 1, 88 | mode of existence, has a mode of understanding, by turning 387 1, 88 | from the body, it has a mode of understanding, by turning 388 1, 88 | phantasms, nevertheless such a ~mode of understanding was not 389 1, 88 | itself, according to ~the mode of its substance" (De Causis 390 1, 88 | in which it is. And the mode of ~existence of a separated 391 1, 88 | conditioned ~according to the mode of the recipient.~Aquin.: 392 1, 88 | consideration - its ~species and its mode. Its species comes from 393 1, 88 | similitude; whereas the mode is gathered from the power 394 1, 88 | turning to phantasms, but by a mode suited to a soul existing 395 1, 88 | Reply OBJ 2: The different mode of intelligence is produced 396 1, 88 | in species, but not in mode. For example, to do just 397 1, 88 | Divine ~order and by their mode of existence, whilst they 398 1, 89 | way as is ~suitable to its mode of existence. Now that properly 399 1, 90 | its production;~(4) The mode and order of its production.~~ 400 1, 91 | clear if we observe the mode of generation carried out 401 1, 91 | it has also a determinate mode of proceeding. Wherefore 402 1, 92 | relations of ~origin. Now the mode of origin is not the same 403 1, 93 | First, from a diversity of mode in its natural existence; 404 1, 93 | that it should have that mode of ~understanding which 405 1, 93 | phantasms. Wherefore this mode of ~understanding was becoming 406 1, 93 | 4~Now, in virtue of this mode of understanding, there 407 1, 93 | the ~above-mentioned mode of knowledge, by which the 408 1, 93 | he had a more excellent mode of knowledge ~regarding 409 1, 95 | on the ~first-mentioned mode of mastership.~ 410 1, 97 | because He foreknew the mode of generation which would 411 1, 99 | which is clear from his mode of expression as follows: " 412 1, 103 | it. Yet so far as their mode of ~existence is concerned, 413 1, 104 | intelligibly in Him, after the mode of ~His own Nature. For 414 1, 104 | by Him from Whom is all mode, number, and order in ~nature."~ 415 1, 105 | understood according to ~the mode of enlightenment. And since 416 1, 105 | regards the more eminent mode of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 417 1, 107 | universal principle, which mode of knowledge ~belongs to 418 1, 107 | already multiplied; which mode belongs to ~the second hierarchy. 419 1, 107 | depending on their causes; which mode belongs to the ~lowest hierarchy. 420 1, 107 | and have one connatural mode of ~understanding; which 421 1, 108 | belongs to good, as also mode, and species, as Augustine 422 1, 109 | possesses a determinate mode of action, needs not to ~ 423 1, 110 | 3/3~In addition to this mode the human will can be moved 424 1, 110 | senses outside the common mode of nature.~ 425 1, 111 | which are based on the first mode of assisting.~Aquin.: SMT 426 1, 114 | that ~is, according to the mode of that in which it is. 427 1, 114 | would always have the same mode of ~being: and consequently 428 1, 117 | proved from the ~different mode of understanding, as shown 429 2, 5 | rational ~nature, as to the mode of knowing the same intelligible 430 2, 5 | perfected according to ~the mode of the latter. Since then 431 2, 5 | creature is in keeping with the mode of his substance: thus it 432 2, 5 | below it, according to the mode of its ~substance." But 433 2, 5 | that is according to the mode of created ~substance, falls 434 2, 7 | But this belongs to the mode of an act. Therefore all 435 2, 7 | under one, which is the "mode of acting."~Aquin.: SMT 436 2, 7 | qualifying the act as the "mode of acting." It touches the 437 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This mode "well" or "ill" is not a 438 2, 7 | the circumstances. But the mode which refers to a ~quality 439 2, 7 | relation to the act. As to the mode, it ~is not the substantial 440 2, 32 | dried. Now the natural mode of being consists in a certain 441 2, 32 | measure of one's natural mode of being, the removal of 442 2, 32 | unchangeable; the ~natural mode of whose being cannot be 443 2, 32 | corruption of the natural mode of being, that might ~result 444 2, 32 | argument avails for the third mode, but not for the ~first 445 2, 33 | an excess ~in the natural mode of being, when they are 446 2, 33 | do not exceed the natural mode of ~being, but perfect nature. 447 2, 49 | is a quality; since ~this mode of having is in respect 448 2, 49 | speaking, implies a ~certain mode of substance. Now mode, 449 2, 49 | certain mode of substance. Now mode, as Augustine says (Gen. 450 2, 49 | Body Para. 3/5~Now the mode of determination of the 451 2, 49 | quantity. If we take the mode or ~determination of the 452 2, 49 | Body Para. 4/5~But the mode of determination of the 453 2, 49 | 5~On the other hand, the mode or determination of the 454 2, 49 | passions." For when the mode is suitable to the thing' 455 2, 49 | distinction he adduces the common mode of ~speaking, according 456 2, 49 | themselves determined ~to one mode of operation.~Aquin.: SMT 457 2, 50 | forces are determined to one mode of operation; and ~we have 458 2, 50 | is there according to the mode ~of that in which it is. 459 2, 50 | things ~according to the mode of its substance, as stated 460 2, 51 | things according to the mode which is ~suitable to their 461 2, 51 | in all according to their mode, does not ~hinder God from 462 2, 52 | potentiality to a perfect mode of participation; and this 463 2, 52 | the same or a different mode ~of participation. For it 464 2, 53 | deeds ~fail to observe the mode of virtue, by reason of 465 2, 54 | specifically; or according to that mode of distinction which is ~ 466 2, 55 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Mode of action follows on the 467 2, 61 | reason, ~it observes the mode of reason in all things, 468 2, 63 | depend on one particular mode of action, but on various 469 2, 63 | notion of good consists in "mode, species, and ~order," as 470 2, 64 | but the mean in the right mode of his action."~Aquin.: 471 2, 66 | substance in some ~accidental mode of being.~Aquin.: SMT FS 472 2, 66 | contained according to the mode of the container. But it 473 2, 67 | operations according to a certain mode: and since this mode ~is 474 2, 67 | certain mode: and since this mode ~is fixed by reason, the 475 2, 67 | immovably, according to the mode of their container. Hence 476 2, 67 | element in science, and to the mode of understanding; ~because, 477 2, 67 | the separated soul has a ~mode of understanding, other 478 2, 67 | yet not as to the same mode of operation; ~as we have 479 2, 67 | science has a more perfect mode of knowing its object, which 480 2, 67 | perfection of happiness, as the mode of faith is ~incompatible.~ 481 2, 70 | whereby we observe the "mode" in all our ~words and deeds: 482 2, 71 | disposed according to the mode of its nature: wherefore 483 2, 71 | disposed according to the mode of its ~nature. That to 484 2, 73 | of a sin pertains to its mode or ~quality: whereas the 485 2, 77 | imagination, or some similar ~mode of perception; such are 486 2, 79 | every being, whatever the mode of its ~being, must be derived 487 2, 80 | but does not extend to the mode of causation: for God ~causes 488 2, 84 | iv), is "the privation of mode, species and order." But 489 2, 85 | 4) Whether privation of mode, species and order is an 490 2, 85 | 1/1~Whether privation of mode, species and order is the 491 2, 85 | would seem that privation of mode, species and order is not ~ 492 2, 85 | Therefore it does not destroy mode, species ~and order.~Aquin.: 493 2, 85 | itself is the ~"privation of mode, species and order," as 494 2, 85 | Therefore privation of mode, species and order is not 495 2, 85 | different sins. Now since ~mode, species and order are diverse, 496 2, 85 | Therefore privation of mode, species and order is not 497 2, 85 | weakness deprives the body of mode, species and order.~Aquin.: 498 2, 85 | stated in the FP, Q[5], A[5], mode, species and order ~are 499 2, 85 | that a form has a certain "mode" ~corresponding to its measure. 500 2, 85 | are different grades of mode, species and order, ~corresponding


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