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1 1, 4 | you perfect as also your heavenly ~Father is perfect" (Mt. 2 1, 10 | potentially. This appears in the heavenly bodies, the substantial 3 1, 10 | corporeal genus, as the heavenly bodies; ~and others are 4 1, 10 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the heavenly bodies and spiritual things 5 1, 32 | sensible appearances of the heavenly movements can be explained; 6 1, 39 | it has a likeness to the heavenly Father, Who is the principle 7 1, 39 | Wisdom" has likeness to the heavenly Son, as the ~Word, for a 8 1, 46 | dimensions beyond those of the heavenly body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 9 1, 47 | potentiality it produced the heavenly ~body, which causes movement, 10 1, 49 | elements exists the power of a ~heavenly body; and above all things 11 1, 50 | be ~the movements of the heavenly bodies. But the movements 12 1, 50 | But the movements of the heavenly ~bodies fall within some 13 1, 50 | than the movements of the ~heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 14 1, 50 | bodies - that is, of the heavenly ones, so that in some way 15 1, 50 | according to the number of heavenly movements or bodies, as ~ 16 1, 50 | many blessed armies of the heavenly intelligences, surpassing 17 1, 50 | small in comparison with the heavenly bodies. Hence it is ~reasonable 18 1, 50 | gods' Plato understands the heavenly ~bodies, which he supposed 19 1, 51 | according to the movement of the heavenly bodies, even ~though they 20 1, 51 | thing moved, because the ~heavenly bodies do not change place 21 1, 52 | attributes the power of the heavenly ~mover to the part which 22 1, 56 | might is placed above all heavenly minds." Afterwards he ~adds 23 1, 57 | to be the movers of ~the heavenly spheres, and to move them 24 1, 57 | from computation of the ~heavenly movements that an eclipse 25 1, 57 | the princes and powers in heavenly places." And the ~Apostle 26 1, 57 | Scripture describes some heavenly essences ~as questioning 27 1, 58 | the higher, namely, the heavenly, bodies have ~no potentiality 28 1, 58 | actuated, in the same ~way the heavenly intellects, the angels, 29 1, 58 | potentiality: because even the ~heavenly bodies are at times in potentiality 30 1, 58 | spiritual substances which the heavenly bodies hold ~among corporeal 31 1, 58 | for Dionysius calls them "heavenly minds" ~(A[1]; Q[55], A[ 32 1, 58 | the difference between heavenly and earthly ~bodies is this, 33 1, 58 | and movement: while the heavenly bodies have their last perfection ~ 34 1, 60 | contempt of self has made the heavenly city." ~Therefore it is 35 1, 61 | devised the angelic and heavenly ~powers, and the devising 36 1, 62 | measure of the ~angel" in that heavenly Jerusalem is "the measure 37 1, 63 | angels are higher than the heavenly bodies. But ~philosophers 38 1, 63 | there cannot be evil in the heavenly bodies. ~Therefore neither 39 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The heavenly bodies have none but a natural 40 1, 63 | who are not subject to the heavenly movement, ~which is primarily 41 1, 64 | be said that, although a heavenly place belongs to ~the glory 42 1, 65 | place, for instance, the heavenly bodies; or ~the affections, 43 1, 65 | power of causation than ~the heavenly bodies. But the heavenly 44 1, 65 | heavenly bodies. But the heavenly bodies give form to things 45 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The heavenly bodies inform earthly ones 46 1, 66 | Gener. i, ~text. 50). But heavenly and earthly bodies do not 47 1, 66 | represents as saying to the heavenly bodies: "By your own nature 48 1, 66 | For since, he says, the heavenly bodies have a natural movement, ~ 49 1, 66 | which is proper to ~the heavenly bodies, is not by contraries, 50 1, 66 | downwards: ~so, therefore, the heavenly body is without contrariety, 51 1, 66 | elements are ~corruptible, the heavenly bodies are incorruptible. 52 1, 66 | Orbis ii.] imagines, ~that a heavenly body itself is the matter 53 1, 66 | with motive power, ~if the heavenly body is not something having 54 1, 66 | actually ~understood, which the heavenly bodies are not, being sensible. 55 1, 66 | that the matter of the heavenly bodies, considered in ~itself, 56 1, 66 | then, the matter of the heavenly bodies and of the elements 57 1, 66 | OBJ 4: Further, among the heavenly bodies exists a body, partly ~ 58 1, 67 | effect. But the light of ~the heavenly bodies is a cause of substantial 59 1, 67 | instrumentally, by virtue of the heavenly bodies, towards producing ~ 60 1, 68 | participates in any property of the heavenly body, as sublimity and ~ 61 1, 69 | such as the angels and the heavenly bodies, are perfect and 62 1, 70 | the fourth day. For the heavenly luminaries are by nature 63 1, 70 | the sun, moon, and other ~heavenly bodies. Now, cause precedes 64 1, 70 | opinion of those who hold the heavenly bodies ~to be of the nature 65 1, 70 | those, however, who hold the heavenly bodies to be of another ~ 66 1, 70 | According to Ptolemy the heavenly luminaries are not fixed ~ 67 1, 70 | since ~those who believe the heavenly bodies to be gods, hold 68 1, 70 | heathens fear." Therefore the heavenly ~lights were not made to 69 1, 70 | soul, is nobler than the heavenly bodies. Nor is it ~untrue 70 1, 70 | more, therefore, have the heavenly bodies a ~living soul.~Aquin.: 71 1, 70 | movement of the heaven and the heavenly bodies are ~natural (De 72 1, 70 | principle of movement in the heavenly bodies ~is a substance capable 73 1, 70 | principle is intrinsic to the heavenly ~bodies: and consequently 74 1, 70 | text. 27). Therefore the heavenly bodies are ~living beings.~ 75 1, 70 | esteem ~the heavens or the heavenly bodies to be living things, 76 1, 70 | Platonists held that the heavenly bodies have life. Nor was 77 1, 70 | ii) maintain that the ~heavenly bodies are inanimate. Augustine 78 1, 70 | far as to ~say that if the heavenly bodies are really living 79 1, 70 | can be exercised ~by the heavenly bodies, for such operations 80 1, 70 | soul can appertain to the heavenly body, since all the ~senses 81 1, 70 | whereas the nature of the heavenly bodies is not ~elemental. 82 1, 70 | to be attributed to the heavenly bodies are those of ~understanding 83 1, 70 | cannot ~be attributed to the heavenly bodies. Accordingly, the 84 1, 70 | the union of a soul to ~a heavenly body cannot be for the purpose 85 1, 70 | whether the movement of the ~heavenly bodies demands a soul as 86 1, 70 | soul, in ~order to move the heavenly body, need be united to 87 1, 70 | and since Plato holds the heavenly ~bodies to be living beings, 88 1, 70 | power. A ~proof that the heavenly bodies are moved by the 89 1, 70 | appear in the ~movement of heavenly bodies. Hence it follows 90 1, 70 | then, it is clear that the heavenly bodies are ~not living beings 91 1, 70 | movement; and in this way the heavenly luminaries ~agree with others 92 1, 70 | conceded that the souls of ~heavenly bodies are nobler than the 93 1, 70 | the power that moves the heavenly bodies is of a ~nobler kind.~ 94 1, 70 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Since the heavenly body is a mover moved, it 95 1, 70 | is a living substance the heavenly body can impart life ~in 96 1, 70 | 4: The movements of the heavenly bodies are natural, not 97 1, 71 | is the ~influence of the heavenly bodies. The material principle, 98 1, 74 | the ~waters, nor had the heavenly bodies been formed, which 99 1, 75 | contraries. ~Wherefore the heavenly bodies, since they have 100 1, 76 | thereby resembling in a way a heavenly ~body. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 101 1, 76 | and such would be some heavenly light, which ~would harmonize 102 1, 77 | Coel. Hier. xi) says that "heavenly spirits ~are divided into 103 1, 39 | it has a likeness to the heavenly Father, Who is the principle 104 1, 39 | Wisdom" has likeness to the heavenly Son, as the ~Word, for a 105 1, 47 | dimensions beyond those of the heavenly body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 106 1, 48 | potentiality it produced the heavenly ~body, which causes movement, 107 1, 50 | elements exists the power of a ~heavenly body; and above all things 108 1, 51 | be ~the movements of the heavenly bodies. But the movements 109 1, 51 | But the movements of the heavenly ~bodies fall within some 110 1, 51 | than the movements of the ~heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 111 1, 51 | bodies - that is, of the heavenly ones, so that in some way 112 1, 51 | according to the number of heavenly movements or bodies, as ~ 113 1, 51 | many blessed armies of the heavenly intelligences, surpassing 114 1, 51 | small in comparison with the heavenly bodies. Hence it is ~reasonable 115 1, 51 | gods' Plato understands the heavenly ~bodies, which he supposed 116 1, 52 | according to the movement of the heavenly bodies, even ~though they 117 1, 52 | thing moved, because the ~heavenly bodies do not change place 118 1, 53 | attributes the power of the heavenly ~mover to the part which 119 1, 57 | might is placed above all heavenly minds." Afterwards he ~adds 120 1, 58 | to be the movers of ~the heavenly spheres, and to move them 121 1, 58 | from computation of the ~heavenly movements that an eclipse 122 1, 58 | the princes and powers in heavenly places." And the ~Apostle 123 1, 58 | Scripture describes some heavenly essences as questioning 124 1, 59 | the higher, namely, the heavenly, bodies have ~no potentiality 125 1, 59 | actuated, in the same ~way the heavenly intellects, the angels, 126 1, 59 | potentiality: because even the ~heavenly bodies are at times in potentiality 127 1, 59 | spiritual substances which the heavenly bodies hold ~among corporeal 128 1, 59 | for Dionysius calls them "heavenly minds" ~(A[1]; Q[55], A[ 129 1, 59 | the difference between heavenly and earthly ~bodies is this, 130 1, 59 | and movement: while the heavenly bodies have their last perfection ~ 131 1, 61 | contempt of self has made the heavenly city." ~Therefore it is 132 1, 62 | devised the angelic and heavenly ~powers, and the devising 133 1, 63 | measure of the ~angel" in that heavenly Jerusalem is "the measure 134 1, 64 | angels are higher than the heavenly bodies. But ~philosophers 135 1, 64 | there cannot be evil in the heavenly bodies. ~Therefore neither 136 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The heavenly bodies have none but a natural 137 1, 64 | who are not subject to the heavenly movement, ~which is primarily 138 1, 65 | be said that, although a heavenly place belongs to ~the glory 139 1, 66 | place, for instance, the heavenly bodies; or ~the affections, 140 1, 66 | power of causation than ~the heavenly bodies. But the heavenly 141 1, 66 | heavenly bodies. But the heavenly bodies give form to things 142 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The heavenly bodies inform earthly ones 143 1, 67 | Gener. i, ~text. 50). But heavenly and earthly bodies do not 144 1, 67 | represents as saying to the heavenly bodies: "By your own nature 145 1, 67 | For since, he says, the heavenly bodies have a natural movement, ~ 146 1, 67 | which is proper to ~the heavenly bodies, is not by contraries, 147 1, 67 | downwards: ~so, therefore, the heavenly body is without contrariety, 148 1, 67 | elements are ~corruptible, the heavenly bodies are incorruptible. 149 1, 67 | Orbis ii.] imagines, ~that a heavenly body itself is the matter 150 1, 67 | with motive power, ~if the heavenly body is not something having 151 1, 67 | actually ~understood, which the heavenly bodies are not, being sensible. 152 1, 67 | that the matter of the heavenly bodies, considered in ~itself, 153 1, 67 | then, the matter of the heavenly bodies and of the elements 154 1, 67 | OBJ 4: Further, among the heavenly bodies exists a body, partly ~ 155 1, 68 | effect. But the light of ~the heavenly bodies is a cause of substantial 156 1, 68 | instrumentally, by virtue of the heavenly bodies, towards producing ~ 157 1, 69 | participates in any property of the heavenly body, as sublimity and ~ 158 1, 70 | such as the angels and the heavenly bodies, are perfect and 159 1, 71 | the fourth day. For the heavenly luminaries are by nature 160 1, 71 | the sun, moon, and other ~heavenly bodies. Now, cause precedes 161 1, 71 | opinion of those who hold the heavenly bodies ~to be of the nature 162 1, 71 | those, however, who hold the heavenly bodies to be of another ~ 163 1, 71 | According to Ptolemy the heavenly luminaries are not fixed ~ 164 1, 71 | since ~those who believe the heavenly bodies to be gods, hold 165 1, 71 | heathens fear." Therefore the heavenly ~lights were not made to 166 1, 71 | soul, is nobler than the heavenly bodies. Nor is it ~untrue 167 1, 71 | more, therefore, have the heavenly bodies a ~living soul.~Aquin.: 168 1, 71 | movement of the heaven and the heavenly bodies are ~natural (De 169 1, 71 | principle of movement in the heavenly bodies ~is a substance capable 170 1, 71 | principle is intrinsic to the heavenly ~bodies: and consequently 171 1, 71 | text. 27). Therefore the heavenly bodies are ~living beings.~ 172 1, 71 | esteem ~the heavens or the heavenly bodies to be living things, 173 1, 71 | Platonists held that the heavenly bodies have life. Nor was 174 1, 71 | ii) maintain that the ~heavenly bodies are inanimate. Augustine 175 1, 71 | far as to ~say that if the heavenly bodies are really living 176 1, 71 | can be exercised ~by the heavenly bodies, for such operations 177 1, 71 | soul can appertain to the heavenly body, since all the ~senses 178 1, 71 | whereas the nature of the heavenly bodies is not ~elemental. 179 1, 71 | to be attributed to the heavenly bodies are those of ~understanding 180 1, 71 | cannot ~be attributed to the heavenly bodies. Accordingly, the 181 1, 71 | the union of a soul to ~a heavenly body cannot be for the purpose 182 1, 71 | whether the movement of the ~heavenly bodies demands a soul as 183 1, 71 | soul, in ~order to move the heavenly body, need be united to 184 1, 71 | and since Plato holds the heavenly ~bodies to be living beings, 185 1, 71 | power. A ~proof that the heavenly bodies are moved by the 186 1, 71 | appear in the ~movement of heavenly bodies. Hence it follows 187 1, 71 | then, it is clear that the heavenly bodies are ~not living beings 188 1, 71 | movement; and in this way the heavenly luminaries ~agree with others 189 1, 71 | conceded that the souls of ~heavenly bodies are nobler than the 190 1, 71 | the power that moves the heavenly bodies is of a ~nobler kind.~ 191 1, 71 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Since the heavenly body is a mover moved, it 192 1, 71 | is a living substance the heavenly body can impart life ~in 193 1, 71 | 4: The movements of the heavenly bodies are natural, not 194 1, 71 | is the ~influence of the heavenly bodies. The material principle, 195 1, 73 | the ~waters, nor had the heavenly bodies been formed, which 196 1, 74 | contraries. ~Wherefore the heavenly bodies, since they have 197 1, 75 | thereby resembling in a way a heavenly ~body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 198 1, 75 | and such would be some heavenly light, which ~would harmonize 199 1, 76 | Coel. Hier. xi) says that "heavenly spirits ~are divided into 200 1, 78 | act: as the matter of the heavenly ~bodies (Q[58], A[1]). And 201 1, 83 | whereas the matter of ~heavenly bodies is totally completed 202 1, 85 | organs, the influence of the heavenly bodies causes the ~imagination 203 1, 85 | affected, and so, as the heavenly bodies cause many ~future 204 1, 85 | entirely the influence of the heavenly bodies. Thus from such ~ 205 1, 87 | immaterial contemplation ~of the heavenly hierarchies, unless it is 206 1, 87 | Coel. i, 3) explains the heavenly bodies by ~denying to them 207 1, 89 | the ~souls of men or of heavenly bodies - are united to bodies 208 1, 90 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the heavenly bodies are nobler than earthly 209 1, 90 | an earthly body, but of a heavenly body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] 210 1, 90 | and in likeness to the heavenly ~bodies he is removed from 211 1, 90 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the heavenly body is in itself nobler 212 1, 90 | of the rational soul the heavenly body is ~less adapted. For 213 1, 90 | which cannot be formed of a ~heavenly body which is impassible. 214 1, 90 | fifth ~essence, or from a heavenly body, and to be mingled 215 1, 90 | with the elements, ~since a heavenly body is impassible; wherefore 216 1, 90 | by the created power of a heavenly body; for even certain ~ 217 1, 90 | by the active power of a heavenly ~body; and Albumazar says 218 1, 90 | caused by a movement of a ~heavenly body, which is the first 219 1, 90 | matter, it seems that a heavenly body ~had part in its production.~ 220 1, 90 | by the ~sole power of a heavenly body, as Avicenna imagined; 221 1, 90 | although the power ~of a heavenly body may assist by co-operation 222 1, 90 | animals. But the power of ~heavenly bodies suffices for the 223 1, 90 | objects around him, both heavenly and earthly, ~so as to gather 224 1, 91 | by the influence of the heavenly bodies, from some ~fitting 225 1, 95 | changed the course of the heavenly bodies; for this ~belongs 226 1, 96 | one form only, like the heavenly bodies. Such things as these 227 1, 101 | respect it is like the heavenly bodies, which are devoid 228 1, 101 | bodies, because, of all the heavenly bodies, the moon is nearest 229 1, 102 | supreme god, who watches over heavenly things and all universals; 230 1, 103 | only, as above explained of heavenly ~bodies (Q[66], A[2]). Therefore 231 1, 103 | spiritual substances and heavenly bodies. ~Therefore such 232 1, 103 | as themselves: thus the heavenly bodies cause the generation ~ 233 1, 103 | spiritual creatures and heavenly bodies is ~rather something 234 1, 104 | owing to the influence of a ~heavenly body, on which the natural 235 1, 105 | that the ~orders of the heavenly beings are taught Divine 236 1, 105 | Hier. vi): that "in the heavenly hierarchy the ~chastening 237 1, 105 | from, and represents ~the heavenly hierarchy; and hence the 238 1, 105 | hierarchy; and hence the heavenly Jerusalem is called "our ~ 239 1, 105 | Therefore, likewise in the heavenly hierarchy, the superiors 240 1, 105 | ecclesiastical hierarchy imitates the heavenly in some ~degree, but by 241 1, 105 | perfect likeness. For in the heavenly hierarchy the ~perfection 242 1, 105 | in Ev.] says: "In that heavenly country, though there are ~ 243 1, 105 | And Dionysius ~says: "Each heavenly essence communicates to 244 1, 106 | Hier. xv): "Each one of the heavenly beings communicates what ~ 245 1, 107 | the lesser angel of the heavenly hierarchy can not only ~ 246 1, 107 | our hierarchy. Thus the heavenly orders are not distinguished ~ 247 1, 107 | is more perfect than a heavenly body. If, therefore, the 248 1, 107 | general ~way, placing the heavenly bodies in one order, inanimate 249 1, 107 | different orders ~in the heavenly bodies themselves, and in 250 1, 107 | hierarchy is copied from the ~heavenly. But the orders among men 251 1, 107 | order is a ~multitude of heavenly spirits, who are likened 252 1, 107 | properly ~named. For all the heavenly spirits are called angels 253 1, 107 | spirits are called angels and heavenly ~virtues. But common names 254 1, 107 | Therefore one order ~of the heavenly spirits is not properly 255 1, 107 | messenger." So all the heavenly spirits, so ~far as they 256 1, 107 | and in that sense all the ~heavenly spirits are called heavenly 257 1, 107 | heavenly spirits are called heavenly virtues, as also "heavenly ~ 258 1, 107 | heavenly virtues, as also "heavenly ~essences." Secondly, as 259 1, 107 | gives ~the more illustrious heavenly princes the name of Lord 260 1, 107 | as presiding over all the heavenly "Virtues" who fulfil the ~ 261 1, 107 | on His ~right hand in the heavenly places above all Principality 262 1, 107 | what is common to all the heavenly spirits together, ~they 263 1, 107 | stationed beneath the lowest heavenly ~hierarchy, as the lowest 264 1, 108 | natural order are ~below the heavenly bodies, their actions and 265 1, 108 | actions and movements of the heavenly bodies. Now it is plain 266 1, 109 | Metaph. xi, 8) that the heavenly bodies are moved by ~spiritual 267 1, 109 | motions apparent in the heavenly bodies. But ~he did not 268 1, 109 | which the movement of the ~heavenly bodies sufficed. But because 269 1, 109 | which ~the movements of the heavenly bodies are not sufficient; 270 1, 109 | presidency ~not only over the heavenly bodies, but also over the 271 1, 109 | the universal agents, the heavenly bodies. Avicenna followed 272 1, 111 | without the action of the heavenly bodies. Moreover both good 273 1, 111 | bodies independently of the heavenly ~bodies, by the condensation 274 1, 114 | virtues?~(3) Whether the heavenly bodies are the causes of 275 1, 114 | influence?~(6) Whether the heavenly bodies impose necessity 276 1, 114 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the heavenly bodies are the cause of 277 1, 114 | It would seem that the heavenly bodies are not the cause 278 1, 114 | that they" - namely, the heavenly bodies - "are not the cause ~ 279 1, 114 | ascribe causality to ~the heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 280 1, 114 | which do not exist in heavenly bodies. Therefore the heavenly 281 1, 114 | heavenly bodies. Therefore the heavenly bodies are ~not the cause 282 1, 114 | sex is not caused by the heavenly bodies: a sign ~of this 283 1, 114 | other female. Therefore the heavenly bodies are not the cause ~ 284 1, 114 | are most movable. Now the heavenly bodies are of all bodies 285 1, 114 | referred to the movement of the heavenly bodies, as to their cause.~ 286 1, 114 | understood as denying ~that the heavenly bodies are the first cause 287 1, 114 | those who held that the heavenly ~bodies are gods.~Aquin.: 288 1, 114 | inferior ~bodies. Such are the heavenly bodies. Consequently whatever 289 1, 114 | as the instrument of ~a heavenly body: thus the Philosopher 290 1, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The heavenly bodies have not a specific 291 1, 114 | Reply OBJ 4: The actions of heavenly bodies are variously received 292 1, 114 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the heavenly bodies are the cause of 293 1, 114 | It would seem that the heavenly bodies are the cause of 294 1, 114 | actions. For since the heavenly bodies are moved by spiritual ~ 295 1, 114 | the uniform movements of heavenly bodies, as to their principles.~ 296 1, 114 | do this by means of the heavenly ~bodies, unless these were 297 1, 114 | actions. Therefore the ~heavenly bodies are the cause of 298 1, 114 | Fide Orth. ii, 7) that "the heavenly ~bodies are by no means 299 1, 114 | 1/2~I answer that, The heavenly bodies can directly and 300 1, 114 | follow of necessity that the heavenly bodies are the ~cause of 301 1, 114 | virtue of the action of heavenly bodies, ~is done naturally. 302 1, 114 | accidentally, the impressions of ~heavenly bodies can reach the intellect 303 1, 114 | the impressions of the ~heavenly bodies, by virtue of which 304 1, 114 | maintain therefore that heavenly bodies are the cause of 305 1, 114 | organs, it is impossible that heavenly bodies be the ~cause of 306 1, 114 | substances, that move the heavenly bodies, do ~indeed act on 307 1, 114 | corporeal things by means of the heavenly bodies; but they ~act immediately 308 1, 114 | to the uniformity of the heavenly movement as to its cause: 309 1, 114 | in which movements of the heavenly ~bodies can cooperate: but 310 1, 114 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether heavenly bodies can act on the demons?~ 311 1, 114 | OBJ 1: It would seem that heavenly bodies can act on the demons. 312 1, 114 | were not subject to the heavenly bodies. ~Therefore the demons 313 1, 114 | not be invoked through the heavenly ~bodies unless they were 314 1, 114 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, heavenly bodies are more powerful 315 1, 114 | subject to the action of heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 316 1, 114 | order of nature, to the ~heavenly bodies. But the "agent is 317 1, 114 | subject to the ~action of heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 318 1, 114 | effected by the power of the heavenly bodies. This is what Augustine ( 319 1, 114 | for which the power of ~heavenly bodies would in no way suffice: 320 1, 114 | that demons are ~subject to heavenly bodies in the same way as 321 1, 114 | subject ~to the action of heavenly bodies neither essentially 322 1, 114 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether heavenly bodies impose necessity 323 1, 114 | OBJ 1: It would seem that heavenly bodies impose necessity 324 1, 114 | follows ~of necessity. But heavenly bodies are a sufficient 325 1, 114 | effects. Since, therefore, heavenly bodies, with their movements 326 1, 114 | subject to the ~power of heavenly bodies, since this is a 327 1, 114 | Therefore the effect of the heavenly bodies is of necessity received 328 1, 114 | Further, if the effect of the heavenly body does not follow of ~ 329 1, 114 | possibly hinder the effect of a heavenly body, must of ~necessity 330 1, 114 | necessity be reducible to some heavenly principle: since the heavenly ~ 331 1, 114 | heavenly principle: since the heavenly ~bodies are the causes of 332 1, 114 | Therefore, ~since also that heavenly principle is necessary, 333 1, 114 | that the ~effect of the heavenly body is necessarily hindered. 334 1, 114 | Therefore not all the effects of heavenly bodies take ~place of necessity.~ 335 1, 114 | although the action of heavenly bodies produces certain 336 1, 114 | to prevent the effect of ~heavenly bodies being hindered by 337 1, 114 | impressions produced by heavenly agents. ~Wherefore it seems 338 1, 114 | earth, is caused by ~some heavenly power: again, that there 339 1, 114 | matter, is reducible to some heavenly principle. But ~that the 340 1, 114 | it, is ~not caused by a heavenly body, but is accidental. 341 1, 114 | not all ~the effects of heavenly bodies result of necessity.~ 342 1, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The heavenly bodies are causes of effects 343 1, 114 | Reply OBJ 2: The power of a heavenly body is not infinite. Wherefore 344 1, 114 | hinders the effect of a heavenly body (for the sun has not ~ 345 1, 114 | hinder ~the effect of a heavenly body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] 346 1, 114 | cause ~can be reduced to a heavenly body as its cause; nevertheless 347 1, 114 | reduced to the causality of a ~heavenly body, as stated above.~ 348 1, 115 | superior cause, namely, the heavenly ~bodies. According to these 349 1, 115 | subject to the action of heavenly bodies, save accidentally 350 1, 115 | Now it is manifest that ~a heavenly body acts after the manner 351 1, 115 | that ~any active power of a heavenly body be the cause of what 352 1, 115 | obeys Him, whether by ~the heavenly movements of the stars, 353 1, 116 | principalities and powers in the heavenly places through the Church." 354 1, 116 | principalities and powers in the heavenly places - that ~is, through 355 1, 117 | derived from the power of ~the heavenly bodies, by virtue of which 356 1, 117 | concurrent ~with the power of a heavenly body, it has been said that " 357 1, 117 | time, and superior to the heavenly revolutions. ~Thirdly, because 358 2, 4 | Happiness which will be in our heavenly ~Fatherland, the fellowship 359 2, 6 | principle of alteration is a heavenly body, which is ~nevertheless, 360 2, 6 | the natural ~aptitude in a heavenly body to receive such movement; 361 2, 9 | Whether it is moved by a heavenly body?~(6) Whether the will 362 2, 9 | Whether the will is moved by a heavenly body?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] 363 2, 9 | human will is moved by a heavenly body. ~For all various and 364 2, 9 | Further, by observing the heavenly bodies astrologers foretell ~ 365 2, 9 | would not be so, if the heavenly bodies could not move man' 366 2, 9 | human will is moved by a heavenly body.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] 367 2, 9 | Fide Orth. ii, 7) that "the heavenly ~bodies are not the causes 368 2, 9 | acts, were moved by the heavenly bodies. ~Therefore the will 369 2, 9 | will is not moved by the heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 370 2, 9 | will can be moved by the heavenly ~bodies in the same way 371 2, 9 | to the movements of the heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 372 2, 9 | some have maintained that heavenly bodies have an influence 373 2, 9 | it is ~impossible for a heavenly body to act directly on 374 2, 9 | moved accidentally, by the heavenly bodies, i.e. ~through those 375 2, 9 | appetite, the movements of the ~heavenly bodies have an indirect 376 2, 9 | cause, to the movement of a heavenly body, in so far as the disposition ~ 377 2, 9 | due to the influence of ~heavenly bodies; also, in so far 378 2, 9 | stirred by ~the influence of heavenly bodies; and again, in so 379 2, 9 | accordance with the movement of heavenly bodies, at whose ~presence, 380 2, 9 | reason of the influence of heavenly bodies, just as by reason 381 2, 9 | from the observation of heavenly ~bodies, are fulfilled. 382 2, 9 | such like effects of the ~heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 383 2, 9 | bodies are moved by the heavenly bodies. But there is ~something 384 2, 9 | cause ~of his will, as the heavenly bodies are the causes of 385 2, 49 | such an act. Wherefore if a heavenly body be ~composed of matter 386 2, 49 | since the nature of the heavenly body is not in a ~state 387 2, 50 | holy ~dispositions of the heavenly essences participate, above 388 2, 61 | perfect, as ~your heavenly Father is perfect" (Mt. 389 2, 61 | neglecting the body and rising to heavenly things; and justice consists ~ 390 2, 67 | not of ~the same genus as heavenly bliss: because it is compared 391 2, 67 | the unchangeableness of heavenly bliss: and so ~such a habit 392 2, 68 | through the conception ~of heavenly thought, the seven virtues 393 2, 68 | are incompatible with the heavenly state. Therefore ~these 394 2, 68 | The city of ~God, the heavenly Jerusalem is not washed 395 2, 68 | seething torrent of sevenfold heavenly virtue."~Aquin.: SMT FS 396 2, 68 | life, which is the life of heavenly bliss.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 397 2, 69 | and as ~a citizen of the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS 398 2, 69 | possess the land of the heavenly kingdom than simply to have 399 2, 73 | and disobedience of the heavenly commandments." Therefore 400 2, 77 | appetite, even as, in the heavenly ~bodies, one sphere moves 401 2, 85 | nature, for instance in some heavenly body; or ~again belonging 402 2, 89 | of the embraces of our heavenly spouse. But the stain of 403 2, 89 | sever ~the soul from its heavenly spouse.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 404 2, 91 | may be an intelligible and heavenly good: and to ~this, man 405 2, 93 | incorporeal substances and of the heavenly bodies. Therefore ~even 406 2, 101 | to be manifested in our heavenly country, but also of Christ, 407 2, 101 | the way leading to that heavenly manifestation. But under 408 2, 102 | the example and shadow of heavenly ~things. As it was answered 409 2, 102 | which presents a likeness to heavenly things. Therefore the ceremonies ~ 410 2, 102 | and violet, in token of heavenly contemplation. With ~regard 411 2, 102 | betoken the multitude of heavenly spirits, and to prevent 412 2, 102 | signifies the mind desirous of heavenly ~things; purple denotes 413 2, 102 | be conspicuous for their heavenly ~manner of life, signified 414 2, 102 | Because fins signify the heavenly or contemplative life; ~ 415 2, 103 | is to be believed that a ~heavenly instinct, like a private 416 2, 103 | faith and hope, both in heavenly goods, and in the means 417 2, 103 | we have faith and hope in heavenly goods as ~things to come; 418 2, 103 | in the means of obtaining heavenly goods, as in ~things present 419 2, 103 | particular time, ~wherein heavenly goods are a thing of the 420 2, 103 | favors ~whereby we obtain the heavenly boons are a thing of the 421 2, 106 | in ~comparison with the heavenly state, with the advent of 422 2, 107 | better, that is to say, a heavenly country," which is said 423 2, 109 | corporeal things is the heavenly body. ~Hence no matter how 424 2, 109 | except by the motion of the heavenly body. But it is clear ~that 425 2, 109 | reduced to the motion of the heavenly ~body as to the first corporeal 426 2, 109 | nature, as the motion of the heavenly body. Now not only is every ~ 427 2, 113 | glorification we receive heavenly ~grace, which is greater. 428 2, 1 | But the object ~of the heavenly vision is something simple, 429 2, 1 | OBJ 3: The object of the heavenly vision will be the First 430 2, 2 | at the perfect vision of heavenly ~happiness, he must first 431 2, 2 | of God is ~the object of heavenly happiness. Now the object 432 2, 2 | happiness. Now the object of heavenly happiness is ~the sovereign 433 2, 2 | Divine ~Persons brings us to heavenly happiness.~Aquin.: SMT SS 434 2, 4 | Faith is succeeded by the heavenly vision, according to ~1 435 2, 4 | reach God ~as the object of heavenly bliss, which is the aspect 436 2, 5 | removes the need of faith is heavenly contemplation, ~whereby 437 2, 18 | Moral. xvii, 29): "The heavenly powers that gaze on Him 438 2, 37 | disobedience ~against the heavenly commandments." Therefore 439 2, 38 | Christians, God will give him a heavenly reward." Therefore it is 440 2, 42 | and disobedience of the heavenly ~commandments." If therefore 441 2, 42 | viii): "In the ~fulness of heavenly charity this precept will 442 2, 43 | and consultation of the ~heavenly," i.e. Divine, "types" [* 443 2, 43 | to the other effects of heavenly wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 444 2, 44 | worldly things, but only for heavenly ~things. Hence this belongs 445 2, 49 | principle, namely, of a heavenly body, or higher still, ~ 446 2, 50 | into the debate of the ~heavenly Court, the guardian of that 447 2, 92 | placed ~the souls of the heavenly bodies, and beneath these 448 2, 93 | of the disease. Now the heavenly ~bodies are the cause of 449 2, 93 | dispositions and movements of the heavenly bodies are the effect of ~ 450 2, 93 | movements and positions of the heavenly bodies by divine providence 451 2, 93 | escape the causality of heavenly bodies. In the ~first place 452 2, 93 | such as is the power of a heavenly body, because what occurs ~ 453 2, 93 | escape the causality of heavenly bodies. For the intellect 454 2, 93 | Wherefore it is impossible for heavenly bodies to make a direct ~ 455 2, 93 | Body Para. 5/7~Hence the heavenly bodies cannot be the direct 456 2, 93 | the inclination of the ~heavenly bodies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 457 2, 93 | things that are caused by heavenly bodies, for instance, drought 458 2, 93 | with the inclination of the heavenly ~bodies: while there are 459 2, 93 | through an impression of a ~heavenly body, so that certain images 460 2, 93 | with the disposition of the heavenly bodies. The spiritual cause 461 2, 93 | primarily to that ~of the heavenly bodies. Hence nothing prevents 462 2, 93 | the ~dispositions of the heavenly bodies and of the surrounding 463 2, 93 | foreknown ~from the movements of heavenly bodies, as stated above ( 464 2, 93 | they acquire through ~the heavenly bodies a certain natural 465 2, 94 | bodies are subject to the heavenly bodies, ~just as natural 466 2, 94 | through the influence of the heavenly ~bodies. Therefore artificial 467 2, 94 | also acquire from the ~heavenly bodies a certain occult 468 2, 94 | through the influence of heavenly ~bodies; wherefore through 469 2, 94 | them from the ~influence of heavenly bodies, in so far as they 470 2, 94 | ascribed to the power of the heavenly ~bodies. In fact as Augustine 471 2, 98 | created by God, but by some ~heavenly power, as Isidore states ( 472 2, 124 | makes us citizens of the heavenly city." Therefore it ~is 473 2, 145 | to the contemplation ~of heavenly things: hence it is related ( 474 2, 145 | the raising of the mind to heavenly ~things. Wherefore fasting 475 2, 150 | since none can go to the heavenly kingdom without virtue, 476 2, 159 | despises earthly things, heavenly things are ~promised: thus 477 2, 159 | things are ~promised: thus heavenly treasures are promised to 478 2, 159 | treasures in heaven." ~Likewise heavenly consolations are promised 479 2, 159 | consisting in man's aiming at heavenly and spiritual things, in 480 2, 160 | and a disobedience of ~the heavenly commandments." Therefore 481 2, 160 | another by sublime and heavenly virtues." Therefore pride ~ 482 2, 160 | is elated by sublime and ~heavenly virtues." Therefore pride 483 2, 162 | things ~pertaining to the heavenly paradise, the way to which 484 2, 162 | paradise this was done by heavenly powers indeed, so that there ~ 485 2, 163 | since the cattle lost no ~heavenly bliss, seeing that they 486 2, 169 | intention has been raised to heavenly things, it perceives the 487 2, 170 | visions by means of the heavenly powers"; and he is ~speaking 488 2, 171 | of God as the object of heavenly ~bliss - precedes knowledge 489 2, 172 | approaches nearer to the heavenly ~vision whereby the truth 490 2, 173 | the mind being rapt in ~heavenly things and forgetful of 491 2, 173 | rapture of the mind in ~heavenly things, being placed in 492 2, 173 | being "the knowledge of heavenly bodies, the ~second the 493 2, 173 | second the knowledge of heavenly spirits, the third the knowledge 494 2, 178 | may ~be perfected in our heavenly home."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 495 2, 178 | as to be perfected in our heavenly home, because the fire of 496 2, 179 | been able to contemplate heavenly goods, at least ~through 497 2, 179 | to be ~perfected in our heavenly home."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 498 2, 180 | to be perfected in ~our heavenly home." Now the life to come 499 2, 180 | is possible to ~enter the heavenly kingdom, provided one omit 500 2, 182 | perfect, as ~also your heavenly Father is perfect." Therefore


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