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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | reason: "The eye hath not seen, O ~God, besides Thee, what 2 1, 2 | understood, it is at once seen that God exists. For by ~ 3 1, 2 | things of Him are ~clearly seen, being understood by the 4 1, 4 | any genus. This may be ~seen from two considerations. 5 1, 5 | those which ~please when seen. Hence beauty consists in 6 1, 5 | of whose movement can be seen from ~a consideration of 7 1, 7 | by its form, which can be seen in ~the fact that a figure 8 1, 10 | of measure; but this is seen not to be the case when ~ 9 1, 11 | all things that ~exist are seen to be ordered to each other 10 1, 12 | Whether the essence of God is seen by the intellect through 11 1, 12 | the essence of God can be seen by the corporeal eye?~(4) 12 1, 12 | Jn. 1:18, "No man hath ~seen God at any time," says: " 13 1, 12 | angels nor ~archangels have seen God. For how can a creature 14 1, 12 | supremely visible, cannot be seen by the bat by reason of 15 1, 12 | Whether the essence of God is seen by the created intellect 16 1, 12 | that the essence of God is seen through an image by the ~ 17 1, 12 | understood. Therefore, if God is ~seen by the created intellect 18 1, 12 | act, it must be that He is seen by some ~similitude.~Aquin.: 19 1, 12 | the divine essence is ~not seen through a similitude.~Aquin.: 20 1, 12 | and union of the thing seen ~with the sight. For vision 21 1, 12 | actual only when the thing seen is in ~a certain way in 22 1, 12 | is clear that the ~thing seen cannot be by its essence 23 1, 12 | visual power and the thing seen were one and the ~same thing, 24 1, 12 | power, ~and that He can be seen by the intellect. And since 25 1, 12 | the part of the object ~seen, which must necessarily 26 1, 12 | essence of God ~cannot be seen by any created similitude. 27 1, 12 | can ~the essence of God be seen by any created likeness 28 1, 12 | Hence to say that God is seen by some similitude, is to 29 1, 12 | the ~divine essence is not seen at all; which is false.~ 30 1, 12 | God, ~however, cannot be seen by any created similitude 31 1, 12 | the essence of God can be seen with the bodily eye?~Aquin.: 32 1, 12 | the essence of God can be seen by the corporeal ~eye. For 33 1, 12 | OBJ 3: Further, God can be seen by man through a vision 34 1, 12 | act. Therefore God can be seen by a ~vision of sense.~Aquin.: 35 1, 12 | cxlvii): "No one has ~ever seen God either in this life, 36 1, 12 | as ~visible things are seen by corporeal vision."~Aquin.: 37 1, 12 | impossible for God to be seen by the sense of ~sight, 38 1, 12 | 1]). Hence He cannot ~be seen by the sense or the imagination, 39 1, 12 | not ~mean that God will be seen with the eye of the flesh, 40 1, 12 | another. But life is ~not seen with the corporeal eye, 41 1, 12 | The essence of God is not seen in a vision of the ~imagination; 42 1, 12 | But if a reflection is seen, the original thing is seen. ~ 43 1, 12 | seen, the original thing is seen. ~Therefore since an angel 44 1, 12 | other light in order to be seen. ~Therefore the same applies 45 1, 12 | light. Therefore He is not seen by means of any created 46 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, if God is seen through a medium, He is 47 1, 12 | through a medium, He is not seen in His ~essence. But if 48 1, 12 | in His ~essence. But if seen by any created light, He 49 1, 12 | any created light, He is seen through a medium. ~Therefore 50 1, 12 | medium. ~Therefore He is not seen in His essence.~Aquin.: 51 1, 12 | if the essence of God is seen through any created light, 52 1, 12 | similitude in which God is seen, but as a perfection of 53 1, 12 | a medium in which God is seen, but as one by which ~He 54 1, 12 | but as one by which ~He is seen; and such a medium does 55 1, 12 | way. Therefore He will be seen ~by all in one way only; 56 1, 12 | therefore He will not be seen more perfectly ~by one and 57 1, 12 | Divine essence, for ~God is seen by the intellect and not 58 1, 12 | Further, That anything be seen more perfectly than another 59 1, 12 | on the part of the object seen, so ~that the meaning is, 60 1, 12 | the part of the ~object seen, for the same object will 61 1, 12 | participation of the ~object seen by different similitudes; 62 1, 12 | comprehended which is so seen as a whole, that nothing 63 1, 12 | the seer." But if God is seen in His essence, He is seen 64 1, 12 | seen in His essence, He is seen whole, and ~nothing of Him 65 1, 12 | Further, if we say that He is seen as a "whole," but not ~" 66 1, 12 | to the mode of the thing seen. But he who sees the ~essence 67 1, 12 | if the mode of the thing seen is ~considered; forasmuch 68 1, 12 | ourselves not everything seen is held or ~possessed, forasmuch 69 1, 12 | because anything of Him is not seen; but because He is not seen 70 1, 12 | seen; but because He is not seen as perfectly as He is capable 71 1, 12 | He is capable of ~being seen; thus when any demonstrable 72 1, 12 | comprehended when it is ~seen in such a way that nothing 73 1, 12 | manifest that things ~are seen in God as they are in Him. 74 1, 12 | Therefore all things are seen in ~God as an effect is 75 1, 12 | in ~God as an effect is seen in its cause. Now it is 76 1, 12 | more ~perfectly a cause is seen, the more of its effects 77 1, 12 | more of its effects can be seen in it. For ~whoever has 78 1, 12 | in God according as He is seen more or less ~perfectly.~ 79 1, 12 | being. Yet if God alone were seen, Who is the ~fount and principle 80 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Whether what is seen in God by those who see 81 1, 12 | see the Divine essence, is seen ~through any similitude?~ 82 1, 12 | 1: It seems that what is seen in God by those who see 83 1, 12 | the Divine ~essence, is seen by means of some similitude. 84 1, 12 | 2: Further, what we have seen, we keep in memory. But 85 1, 12 | many of the things he had seen in the rapture; hence he 86 1, 12 | mirror and what is in it are seen by means of one ~likeness. 87 1, 12 | likeness. But all things are seen in God as in an intelligible 88 1, 12 | Therefore if God Himself is not seen by any similitude but by 89 1, 12 | neither are the things seen in Him seen by any similitudes 90 1, 12 | are the things seen in Him seen by any similitudes or ~ideas.~ 91 1, 12 | essence of God, they are seen in God Himself ~not by any 92 1, 12 | which also God Himself is seen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 93 1, 12 | assimilated to ~what is seen in God, inasmuch as it is 94 1, 12 | the similitudes of what is seen in the ~divine essence, 95 1, 12 | vision whereby things are seen by ~this likeness thus conceived, 96 1, 12 | that whereby things are ~seen in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 97 1, 12 | understood." But what is seen in God, is understood; for 98 1, 12 | understood; for God ~is seen by the intellect. Therefore 99 1, 12 | 1~I answer that, What is seen in the Word is seen not 100 1, 12 | What is seen in the Word is seen not successively, but at ~ 101 1, 12 | shown ~above that things seen in God, are not seen singly 102 1, 12 | things seen in God, are not seen singly by their own ~similitude; 103 1, 12 | similitude; but all are seen by the one essence of God. 104 1, 12 | of God. Hence they are ~seen simultaneously, and not 105 1, 12 | For ~Jacob said: "I have seen God face to face" (Gn. 32: 106 1, 12 | soul by their essence are seen by intellectual ~vision. 107 1, 12 | it ~follows that He is seen by us in His essence.~Aquin.: 108 1, 12 | this mortal life God can be seen ~by certain images, but 109 1, 12 | answer that, God cannot be seen in His essence by a mere 110 1, 12 | essence of ~God. This can be seen in the fact that the more 111 1, 12 | when Jacob says, "I have seen God face to face," ~this 112 1, 12 | All things are said to be seen in God and all things are ~ 113 1, 12 | instruction can only be ~seen as it were by their own 114 1, 12 | therefore can His essence be seen. But ~because they are His 115 1, 12 | in Ev.) ~that "things not seen are the objects of faith, 116 1, 12 | Baptism, the ~Holy Ghost was seen in the shape of a dove, 117 1, 13 | things of God are clearly seen being understood by the 118 1, 13 | idea. But this is plainly seen to be false from the ~very 119 1, 14 | whole is ~comprehended when seen, if it is seen in such a 120 1, 14 | comprehended when seen, if it is seen in such a way that nothing 121 1, 14 | image of a ~man. A thing is seen in another through the image 122 1, 14 | contains ~it; as when a part is seen in the whole by the image 123 1, 14 | whole; or ~when a man is seen in a mirror by the image 124 1, 14 | mode by which one thing is seen in another.~Aquin.: SMT 125 1, 14 | attained when the second is seen in the first, by resolving 126 1, 15 | many. Now it can easily be seen how this is not ~repugnant 127 1, 16 | That is true which is seen"; since it would follow 128 1, 16 | stones, as they are ~not seen. He also condemns the following, " 129 1, 16 | contradictories seem to be true as seen by different persons at 130 1, 16 | exists between the thing seen and that which itself apprehends ~ 131 1, 18 | as the movement they are seen to possess makes them ~look 132 1, 19 | corporeal things this is clearly seen. For it may happen that 133 1, 21 | the universe, ~which is seen both in effects of nature 134 1, 21 | be attributed to God, as seen in ~its effect, but not 135 1, 21 | of the reprobate mercy is seen, which, ~though it does 136 1, 21 | the ungodly, justice is seen, when God remits ~sins on 137 1, 21 | of the Jews which is not seen in the conversion of the ~ 138 1, 42 | universal term in God as we have seen above (Q[30], A[4]). Wherefore 139 1, 43 | flame of the burning bush seen by Moses and to the ~column 140 1, 45 | thing ~colored is what is seen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 141 1, 51 | and consequently ~is not seen by everybody. Yet Divine 142 1, 51 | angels so apparent as to be seen commonly by all; just as 143 1, 51 | appeared to Abraham were seen by him and by his whole 144 1, 51 | appeared to Tobias was seen by all present. From all 145 1, 51 | vision, whereby the ~object seen exists outside the person 146 1, 51 | and can accordingly ~be seen by all. Now by such a vision 147 1, 51 | the angels are ~manifestly seen to move in their assumed 148 1, 56 | the species of the thing seen the formal principle of 149 1, 56 | the one, whereby He is seen in His ~essence, according 150 1, 56 | to which He is said to be seen face to face; the other ~ 151 1, 56 | the other ~whereby He is seen in the mirror of creatures. 152 1, 56 | knower, ~as light can be seen in the eye; and so we have 153 1, 56 | knows it, as a stone is seen by the eye from its image 154 1, 56 | likened by which He is ~seen through His essence; and 155 1, 56 | things of God are clearly seen, being understood by the ~ 156 1, 56 | knowledge whereby a thing is seen through the species abstracted 157 1, 57 | once the ~mind of each is seen, his conscience will at 158 1, 57 | bodies. But when the body is seen its shape is ~seen. Therefore, 159 1, 57 | body is seen its shape is ~seen. Therefore, when an intellectual 160 1, 57 | intellectual substance is seen, the intelligible ~species 161 1, 57 | species within it is also seen. Consequently, when one 162 1, 58 | perceived something else be seen at the same ~time, as an 163 1, 58 | object and its image are seen simultaneously in a mirror, 164 1, 58 | the things that are not seen, is ~made void when vision 165 1, 62 | precisely in that which is seen; for the Supreme Truth is 166 1, 62 | for the Supreme Truth is seen by all the ~blessed in various 167 1, 64 | whereby alone can God be seen. Therefore neither can they 168 1, 65 | The things which are seen are temporal, ~but the things 169 1, 65 | the things which are not seen are eternal." Therefore 170 1, 65 | in many ways; as may be seen in serpents, in the ~sun' 171 1, 65 | at the things which are seen." ~Corporeal creatures, 172 1, 65 | The ~things which are seen are temporal," though true 173 1, 65 | things of God are clearly seen, being ~understood by the 174 1, 67 | not permanent; as may be seen ~when water which has been 175 1, 68 | answers first, that a body seen as ~concave beneath need 176 1, 70 | sensitive soul, as we have seen, cannot ~be attributed to 177 1, 70 | equivocally. It will also be seen that ~the difference of 178 1, 75 | their free-will: as we have seen above (Q[47], A[2]). But 179 1, 76 | Socrates. ~This can be clearly seen from comparison with the 180 1, 76 | but ~rather that it is seen. Therefore, from the fact 181 1, 76 | intellectual soul, ~as we have seen above (Q[55], A[2]) in the 182 1, 76 | accidentally, as we have seen; it is enough to say that ~ 183 1, 77 | perfection, as we have seen above (Q[76], AA[3],4). 184 1, 42 | universal term in God as we have seen above (Q[30], A[4]). Wherefore 185 1, 43 | flame of the burning bush seen by Moses and to the ~column 186 1, 46 | thing ~colored is what is seen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 187 1, 52 | and consequently ~is not seen by everybody. Yet Divine 188 1, 52 | angels so apparent as to be seen commonly by all; just as 189 1, 52 | appeared to Abraham were seen by him and by his whole 190 1, 52 | appeared to Tobias was seen by all present. From all 191 1, 52 | vision, whereby the ~object seen exists outside the person 192 1, 52 | and can accordingly ~be seen by all. Now by such a vision 193 1, 52 | the angels are ~manifestly seen to move in their assumed 194 1, 57 | the species of the thing seen the formal principle of 195 1, 57 | the one, whereby He is seen in His ~essence, according 196 1, 57 | to which He is said to be seen face to face; the other ~ 197 1, 57 | the other ~whereby He is seen in the mirror of creatures. 198 1, 57 | knower, ~as light can be seen in the eye; and so we have 199 1, 57 | knows it, as a stone is seen by the eye from its image 200 1, 57 | likened by which He is ~seen through His essence; and 201 1, 57 | things of God are clearly seen, being understood by the ~ 202 1, 57 | knowledge whereby a thing is seen through the species abstracted 203 1, 58 | once the ~mind of each is seen, his conscience will at 204 1, 58 | bodies. But when the body is seen its shape is ~seen. Therefore, 205 1, 58 | body is seen its shape is ~seen. Therefore, when an intellectual 206 1, 58 | intellectual substance is seen, the intelligible ~species 207 1, 58 | species within it is also seen. Consequently, when one 208 1, 59 | perceived something else be seen at the same ~time, as an 209 1, 59 | object and its image are seen simultaneously in a mirror, 210 1, 59 | the things that are not seen, is ~made void when vision 211 1, 63 | precisely in that which is seen; for the Supreme Truth is 212 1, 63 | for the Supreme Truth is seen by all the ~blessed in various 213 1, 65 | whereby alone can God be seen. Therefore neither can they 214 1, 66 | The things which are seen are temporal, ~but the things 215 1, 66 | the things which are not seen are eternal." Therefore 216 1, 66 | in many ways; as may be seen in serpents, in the ~sun' 217 1, 66 | at the things which are seen." ~Corporeal creatures, 218 1, 66 | The ~things which are seen are temporal," though true 219 1, 66 | things of God are clearly seen, being ~understood by the 220 1, 68 | not permanent; as may be seen ~when water which has been 221 1, 69 | answers first, that a body seen as ~concave beneath need 222 1, 71 | sensitive soul, as we have seen, cannot ~be attributed to 223 1, 71 | equivocally. It will also be seen that ~the difference of 224 1, 74 | their free-will: as we have seen above (Q[47], A[2]). But 225 1, 75 | Socrates. ~This can be clearly seen from comparison with the 226 1, 75 | but ~rather that it is seen. Therefore, from the fact 227 1, 75 | intellectual soul, ~as we have seen above (Q[55], A[2]) in the 228 1, 75 | accidentally, as we have seen; it is enough to say that ~ 229 1, 76 | perfection, as we have seen above (Q[76], AA[3],4). 230 1, 77 | power desires the ~thing seen, not merely for the purpose 231 1, 77 | mountain, which we have never seen. But this ~operation is 232 1, 77 | of another, as ~we have seen above (Q[77], A[7]), so 233 1, 78 | the intellect, as we have seen above (Q[78], A[1]), has 234 1, 78 | things of God are clearly seen, being ~understood by the 235 1, 79 | differences, as we have seen above (Q[77], A[3]). But 236 1, 81 | animals are moved by ~things seen." Therefore it seems that 237 1, 83 | things of ~God are clearly seen . . . by the things that 238 1, 83 | eternal ~types themselves were seen, is clear from what he says ( 239 1, 84 | where ~is the color which is seen apart from the smell, it 240 1, 84 | that ~the color which is seen is only in the apple: but 241 1, 84 | even of something never seen. Both of these operations ~ 242 1, 84 | to place, when a thing is seen afar off it ~is seen to 243 1, 84 | is seen afar off it ~is seen to be a body before it is 244 1, 84 | to be a body before it is seen to be an animal; and to 245 1, 84 | an ~animal before it is seen to be a man, and to be a 246 1, 84 | and to be a man before it seen to ~be Socrates or Plato; 247 1, 86 | xiii, 1): "Faith is not seen ~in the heart wherein it 248 1, 86 | the soul of a man may be seen by ~another from the movement 249 1, 87 | the contrary, "No man hath seen God at any time" (Jn. 1: 250 1, 87 | things of God are clearly seen, being understood by the ~ 251 1, 88 | knowledge of God, Who is seen only by ~grace. The knowledge 252 1, 88 | the intellect. This can be seen by considering the very ~ 253 1, 89 | corporeal matter, as we have seen (Q[75], A[2]), it is not ~ 254 1, 90 | operations, as we have seen above (Q[84], A[7]); and 255 1, 90 | operations are more clearly seen in man's face, ~on account 256 1, 92 | answer that, as we have seen (Q[40], A[2]), the distinction 257 1, 92 | the image of God is to be ~seen in man's body also, and 258 1, 92 | both of these, as we have seen (Q[28], ~A[3]); so we may 259 1, 92 | and to rest on what is seen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 260 1, 92 | image of God is not to be seen there," as he says farther ~ 261 1, 92 | natural knowledge and love as seen above ~(Q[12], A[12]; Q[ 262 1, 92 | temporal things will be seen in God ~Himself; and such 263 1, 92 | image is ~properly to be seen. In this sense it is stated ( 264 1, 93 | Essence is whereby God is seen ~without a medium or enigma. 265 1, 93 | the more clearly is God seen in it; for instance, a man 266 1, 93 | for instance, a man is ~seen more clearly through a mirror 267 1, 93 | expressed. Thus God is seen in a much more perfect manner 268 1, 93 | in which, something is seen, as, for example, a man 269 1, 93 | for example, a man is ~seen through a mirror, and is 270 1, 93 | through a mirror, and is seen with the mirror: another 271 1, 93 | a demonstration. God was seen without this second ~kind 272 1, 94 | which is of things not seen, ~and hope which is of things 273 1, 94 | to repent for; and had he seen ~unhappiness in his neighbor, 274 1, 99 | God; and when once it has seen God, it ~cannot but cleave 275 1, 102 | consists in order; as may be seen in the example of an army. 276 1, 103 | its "being." This may ~be seen both in artificial and in 277 1, 103 | in the agent: as ~may be seen clearly in all agents which 278 1, 104 | particular causes; as we have ~seen above (Q[104], A[2]). But 279 1, 104 | His Essence, as we have seen ~above (Q[12], A[2]; Q[56], 280 1, 104 | active powers which are seen ~to exist in things, would 281 1, 104 | form); as may be clearly ~seen in things made by art. For 282 1, 104 | example of this may be seen in human affairs. On the 283 1, 105 | alone shows, that it ~may be seen by the blessed, Who, when 284 1, 107 | threefold order of men is to be ~seen, some of whom are supreme, 285 1, 107 | somewhat similar order may be seen ~in human affairs. For there 286 1, 110 | Those things which are seen in dreams are seen by ~imaginative 287 1, 110 | which are seen in dreams are seen by ~imaginative vision. 288 1, 110 | those ~who are awake, as is seen in mad people, and the like. 289 1, 111 | among them see more than is seen by the ~inferior; some of 290 2, 3 | sole contemplation of God seen in His ~Essence?~Aquin.: 291 2, 3 | unknown. But that which is seen in its essence is not ~altogether 292 2, 3 | not consist in God being seen in His Essence.~Aquin.: 293 2, 4 | vision ~itself, or the thing seen, inasmuch as it is present, 294 2, 4 | Divine Essence cannot be seen by means of phantasms, ~ 295 2, 4 | whereby the Essence of God is seen, yet it might prove a ~hindrance 296 2, 5 | this life. This may ~be seen from a twofold consideration.~ 297 2, 5 | Happiness, which is not ~seen in Its Essence: and this 298 2, 5 | Cor. ~2:9) "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither 299 2, 5 | of glory, ~whereby God is seen, is in God perfectly and 300 2, 7 | extrinsic ~to it: as may be seen in the expressions "right" 301 2, 8 | light by which color is seen.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[8] A[2] 302 2, 8 | But light and colors are seen by ~the same act. Therefore 303 2, 8 | OBJ 2: Whenever color is seen, by the same act the light 304 2, 8 | the same act the light is seen; ~but the light can be seen 305 2, 8 | seen; ~but the light can be seen without the color being 306 2, 8 | without the color being seen. In like manner ~whenever 307 2, 9 | Now a power of the soul is seen to be in potentiality to 308 2, 12 | the sight to the object seen; and the images retained ~ 309 2, 13 | course. The same may be seen in the movements ~of clocks 310 2, 13 | accordingly order is to be ~seen in things moved by nature, 311 2, 27 | calms the desire, by being seen or known. Consequently those 312 2, 33 | use of reason; as ~may be seen in the case of drunkards, 313 2, 34 | perfection. But this is seen to be evidently false as 314 2, 37 | use of reason: as may be seen in ~those who through sorrow 315 2, 42 | thing is more obvious when seen in ~juxtaposition with its 316 2, 44 | endeavors of daring, as may be ~seen in those who are angered: 317 2, 44 | man cries out, as may be seen ~in those who are in pain. 318 2, 46 | reason: and yet they are seen ~to be angry. Therefore 319 2, 48 | wherein man wishes not to be seen. But in those ~things that 320 2, 49 | predicaments; as may be ~clearly seen in the Book of the Predicaments ( 321 2, 51 | quality, as may be clearly seen in that which is heated 322 2, 51 | quality, moves, as ~may be seen in that which heats or cools. 323 2, 53 | from act, as is clearly seen in the case both of ~science 324 2, 56 | proper nature of a power is seen in its relation to its object. ~ 325 2, 57 | aspect under which color is seen, and is seen at the same 326 2, 57 | which color is seen, and is seen at the same time as ~the 327 2, 62 | 2:9: "The eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither ~ 328 2, 63 | rule of human reason, is seen under a different aspect 329 2, 65 | that whoever has one, is seen to have several": ~and Augustine 330 2, 66 | than by ~another: as may be seen when several arches aim 331 2, 66 | faith is of what is not seen, and hope is of what is 332 2, 67 | of the knowable object is seen in the ~"morning" and "evening" 333 2, 67 | this ceases ~through being seen, the habit of faith can 334 2, 67 | or not possessed, either seen or not seen. ~Therefore 335 2, 67 | possessed, either seen or not seen. ~Therefore charity is not 336 2, 72 | sin against himself, as is seen in the glutton, the lustful, 337 2, 72 | beyond ~another. This may be seen in the division of numbers 338 2, 74 | external matter, as may be seen in the blow that is inflicted 339 2, 77 | aroused chiefly by what is ~seen by the eyes, according to 340 2, 77 | all things which can be seen by the eyes, but only for ~ 341 2, 83 | concupiscible species is ~seen through the sight. But the 342 2, 85 | An example of this may be seen in a ~transparent body, 343 2, 87 | the punishment, as may be seen in the example of David 344 2, 87 | On the contrary, I have seen ~those who work iniquity . . . 345 2, 89 | with something, as may be seen in corporeal ~matters, from 346 2, 93 | of God . . . are clearly seen, being ~understood by the 347 2, 93 | eternal law. ~For we have seen above (Q[85], A[2]) that 348 2, 94 | But ~these things are seen to be changed by human laws. 349 2, 99 | human morals; as may be seen in the rites of the Gentiles. 350 2, 99 | transgress; as it may be seen in Dt. 28: ~"If thou wilt 351 2, 99 | an example ~whereof is seen in Ex. 22:26: "If thou take 352 2, 100 | acts of ~justice; as may be seen by going through them all. 353 2, 106 | in all places, as may be seen in the ~last chapters of 354 2, 107 | perfection: ~this is clearly seen in Mt. 19:21, where Our 355 2, 109 | up by the sun so as to be seen. Now God ~Himself is He 356 2, 109 | hallowed by grace; and this is seen, when we say "Hallowed be 357 2, 111 | are necessary, as may be seen in ~human teaching. For 358 2, 111 | of Him . . ~. are clearly seen, being understood by the 359 2, 112 | arise from grace, as will be seen further on (Q[114], A[2]).~ 360 2, 114 | Cor. 2:9: "Eye hath not seen, ~nor ear heard, neither 361 2, 114 | Ps. 36:25: "I have not seen the just ~forsaken," etc.~ 362 2, 1 | of faith can be anything seen?~(5) Whether it can be anything 363 2, 1 | will be the First Truth ~seen in itself, according to 364 2, 1 | object: thus color cannot be seen ~except by means of light, 365 2, 1 | of faith can be something seen?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[4] 366 2, 1 | object of faith is something seen. For Our ~Lord said to Thomas ( 367 2, 1 | 29): "Because thou hast seen Me, Thomas, thou ~hast believed." 368 2, 1 | Therefore what is believed is seen.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[4] 369 2, 1 | light. Now something is seen under ~every light. Therefore 370 2, 1 | Therefore faith is of things seen.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[4] 371 2, 1 | Therefore faith is of ~things seen.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[4] 372 2, 1 | those things are said to be seen which, of themselves, move 373 2, 1 | opinion can be of things seen either by the senses ~or 374 2, 1 | and thus they cannot be seen and believed ~at the same 375 2, 1 | and in this way they are seen by the ~believer. For he 376 2, 1 | follow that ~these things are seen.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[5] 377 2, 1 | self-evident and therefore ~"seen" principles; wherefore all 378 2, 1 | needs be, in a ~fashion, seen.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[5] 379 2, 1 | should be believed and seen by the same person. Hence 380 2, 1 | of science is something seen whereas ~the object of faith 381 2, 1 | the less distinctly is it seen; wherefore those who were 382 2, 1 | are proposed to ~us to be seen in eternal life: viz. the 383 2, 2 | things" of God "are clearly seen, being understood by the 384 2, 2 | things which are clearly seen by the understanding are 385 2, 2 | had foretold it, as may be seen especially in Isaias 53. ~ 386 2, 2 | understood in itself, and as seen by the Blessed, it cannot 387 2, 2 | the thing believed to be seen, yet ~they do not diminish 388 2, 4 | OBJ 3: Love may be of the seen and of the unseen, of the 389 2, 5 | which ~renders apparent or seen the principal object of 390 2, 5 | happiness whereby God is seen in His Essence, it is evident ~ 391 2, 5 | the supernatural truth is seen in its essence. Now the 392 2, 7 | impurity of sin, as may be ~seen in those who have lifeless 393 2, 8 | whatever is understood is seen by the understanding. But ~ 394 2, 8 | believed by man, not as seen, but as ~heard, to which 395 2, 8 | can see what eye hath not ~seen."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[ 396 2, 8 | whereby God's ~Essence is seen: the other is imperfect, 397 2, 9 | of God . . ~. are clearly seen, being understood by the 398 2, 15 | words that thy eyes have ~seen and let them not go out 399 2, 23 | magnitude by addition, as may be seen in animals. But in ~so far 400 2, 23 | in heaven, where God is seen in His Essence, which is 401 2, 23 | in this state God is not seen ~in His Essence, which is 402 2, 25 | the whole. It may also ~be seen in civic virtues whereby 403 2, 26 | things of God are ~clearly seen, being understood by the 404 2, 28 | they proceed, as may be seen in corporeal things. For, 405 2, 32 | But now they have both ~seen and hated both Me and My 406 2, 32 | Himself, as when He is seen in His Essence; secondly, 407 2, 32 | of God . . . "are clearly seen, ~being understood by the 408 2, 32 | the Holy Ghost, as may be seen ~from what has been said 409 2, 34 | Confess. i): "I myself have seen and known ~even a baby envious, 410 2, 37 | higher power, as ~may be seen also in the physical order, 411 2, 39 | what he has done, as may be seen from what has ~been said 412 2, 41 | for salvation. This may be seen in the case of those who ~ 413 2, 42 | is prescribed, as may ~be seen in those who keep the precepts 414 2, 42 | beneficence, as may be seen by anyone who considers 415 2, 42 | to our enemies, as may be seen in Mt. 5:44. But the word " 416 2, 44 | about everything, as may be seen in idiots, who ~do not discern 417 2, 46 | of their ~difference is seen from the fact that three 418 2, 47 | instance, when two men are seen to be friends they are reckoned 419 2, 56 | of the ~will, as may be seen above (A[1]).~Aquin.: SMT 420 2, 59 | been received, as may be seen ~chiefly in selling and 421 2, 66 | because he himself hath ~seen, or is privy to it: if he 422 2, 68 | questioned about what he has seen and about what ~he knows; 423 2, 68 | different things he has seen and heard.~Aquin.: SMT SS 424 2, 70 | apparently untrue, as may be seen in the case of one who utters 425 2, 76 | a money value, as may be seen in the case of those who 426 2, 79 | things . . . ~are clearly seen, being understood by the 427 2, 80 | belongs to neither, as may be ~seen by going through the various 428 2, 81 | at the things ~which are seen, but at the things which 429 2, 81 | the things which are not seen. For the things ~which are 430 2, 81 | For the things ~which are seen are temporal, but the things 431 2, 81 | the things which are not seen are ~eternal." Therefore 432 2, 81 | in order that one may be seen by others. Hence when ~you 433 2, 81 | extending the hands, so as to be seen by many. And yet, "according 434 2, 81 | it is not wrong to be seen by ~men, but to do this 435 2, 81 | this or that in order to be seen by men."~Aquin.: SMT SS 436 2, 82 | likely to be heard, as may be seen in the prayer of Solomon ( 437 2, 93 | anxious through what it has seen ~in a dream and is thereby 438 2, 93 | either by God, as may be seen in the dove that descended 439 2, 96 | because he himself hath seen, or is privy to it: if he ~ 440 2, 106 | the multitude, as may be seen in the punishment of ~those 441 2, 108 | which they ~remember to have seen or heard."~Aquin.: SMT SS 442 2, 109 | works they do for to be ~seen of men": and Gregory says ( 443 2, 110 | the sake of glory or gain seen to involve an officious 444 2, 130 | which is clear simply can be seen ~by many, and by those who 445 2, 130 | justice before men, to be seen by them: otherwise you shall 446 2, 143 | honesty; and were it to be ~seen with the eye, would, as 447 2, 165 | sensible things are said to be seen," and as he says further 448 2, 166 | that "the habit of mind is seen in the gesture of the ~body," 449 2, 169 | essence, although He is seen by the blessed in heaven, 450 2, 171 | purpose of judging of things seen ~in imagination by others, 451 2, 171 | purpose of judging of things seen by others, as ~in the case 452 2, 171 | necessary lest the things ~thus seen in imagination be taken 453 2, 171 | are formed in the soul are seen just as bodily things themselves ~ 454 2, 171 | bodily things themselves ~are seen by the body, so that we 455 2, 171 | declaring what they ~have seen speak their own mind, and 456 2, 172 | vision whereby the truth is seen in God's essence. Hence 457 2, 172 | a supernatural truth is seen by intellectual vision, ~ 458 2, 172 | appearance of the person seen: for it is a higher degree 459 2, 172 | or sleeping prophet be ~seen by him under the form of 460 2, 172 | an angel, than if he be seen by him under ~the form of 461 2, 172 | higher still is it, if he be seen by the prophet ~whether 462 2, 173 | that "God's justice is ~seen in this that He treats all 463 2, 173 | of God . . . are clearly seen, being understood by the 464 2, 173 | pictures ~of bodies are seen in the imaginary vision." 465 2, 173 | 2 Cor. ~12:2,4) to have seen certain pictures in his 466 2, 173 | God's very substance was seen by some while yet ~in this 467 2, 173 | Is. ~64:4, "Eye hath not seen, O God, besides Thee, what 468 2, 173 | Divine essence cannot be seen by a created intellect ~ 469 2, 173 | life wherein He is to be ~seen forevermore."~Aquin.: SMT 470 2, 173 | through the senses; thus ~was seen the hand of one writing 471 2, 173 | knowledge whereby God is seen. The first of ~these degrees 472 2, 173 | remembered what he ~had seen in that vision; hence he 473 2, 173 | Divine essence cannot be seen by man through any ~cognitive 474 2, 173 | God's essence cannot be seen by means of ~a phantasm, 475 2, 173 | cognizance of ~what he had seen. But this also is contrary 476 2, 173 | namely as to the thing seen; and, unlike, ~in another 477 2, 178 | sometimes for love of the thing seen ~because, as it is written ( 478 2, 178 | light that makes beauty seen, and the ~establishing of 479 2, 178 | of God . . . ~are clearly seen, being understood by the 480 2, 178 | 30, Jacob said: "I have seen God face to face, and my 481 2, 178 | By no means is ~God seen now in His glory; but the 482 2, 178 | all things can easily be seen through the enlightenment 483 2, 178 | said (Gn. 32:30), "'I have seen God face to ~face' . . . 484 2, 178 | very delight in the ~object seen arouses a yet greater love. 485 2, 178 | Divine truth be not only seen but also loved.~Aquin.: 486 2, 179 | that "there God will be seen without end, loved without ~ 487 2, 184 | written ~(Jer. 23:14): "I have seen the likeness of adulterers, 488 2, 184 | he who from the roof had seen a woman and desired ~her 489 2, 185 | Ps. 36:25): "I have not seen the just forsaken, nor his 490 2, 185 | to ~Elias: "Hast thou not seen Achab humbled before Me?" ( 491 3, 1 | of God . . . are clearly seen, being understood ~by the 492 3, 1 | Temp.): "Man who might be seen was not to be followed; ~ 493 3, 1 | followed, Who could not be seen. And therefore God was ~ 494 3, 1 | man, that He Who might be seen by man, and Whom man might 495 3, 2 | inasmuch as the ~Word is seen by the human nature, as 496 3, 3 | without color cannot be seen. Hence ~if the Personality 497 3, 4 | 3:38: "Afterwards He was seen upon earth, and ~conversed 498 3, 7 | faith ~is a Divine thing not seen. Now the habit of virtue, 499 3, 7 | the ~Divine thing was not seen, we exclude the very essence 500 3, 7 | such things as are not seen are believed." But faith


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