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1 1, 1 | continues, "For many things are shown to thee above the understanding 2 1, 1 | one text of ~Scripture is shown not to contradict the truth 3 1, 2 | existence as will be hereafter shown ~(Q[3], A[4]). Now because 4 1, 2 | first principle, as was shown in the body of the ~Article.~ 5 1, 3 | Para. 3/4~Now it can be shown how God is not, by denying 6 1, 3 | a body; and this ~can be shown in three ways. First, because 7 1, 3 | potentiality. But we have shown (Q[2], A[3]) that ~God is 8 1, 3 | only His own essence, as shown in the ~preceding article, 9 1, 3 | own existence. This may be shown in ~several ways. First, 10 1, 3 | there is no potentiality, as shown above (A[1]), it follows 11 1, 3 | is His own ~essence, as shown above (A[3]) if, therefore, 12 1, 3 | species of any genus may be ~shown in three ways. First, because 13 1, 3 | But the Philosopher has shown (Metaph. iii) that ~being 14 1, 3 | they do ~not differ, as shown in the preceding article. 15 1, 3 | of itself be a genus, as shown in the body ~of the article; 16 1, 3 | potentiality in God, as was shown ~(Q[2], A[3]). Secondly, 17 1, 3 | simplicity of God may be shown in many ways. ~First, from 18 1, 3 | God is the first being, as shown ~above (Q[2], A[3]). Thirdly, 19 1, 3 | But God is uncaused, as shown above (Q[2], A[3]), since 20 1, 3 | its essence, as ~will be shown hereafter, (Q[4], A[3]).~ 21 1, 4 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as shown above (Q[3], A[4]), God' 22 1, 4 | For ~God is simple, as shown above (Q[3], A[7]); whereas 23 1, 4 | since God is no ~"genus," as shown above (Q[3], A[5]). Therefore 24 1, 5 | only is it desirable (as shown above AA[1],3). Now a ~thing 25 1, 6 | supremely simple; as ~was shown above (Q[3], A[7]). Therefore 26 1, 6 | from a univocal agent, as shown above (Q[4], A[2]); but 27 1, 6 | good ~essentially, as was shown above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 28 1, 6 | as ~appears from what is shown above (Q[2], A[3]), and 29 1, 7 | He is ~not a body, as was shown above (Q[3], A[1]). Therefore 30 1, 7 | as appears from what is shown above (Q[4], A[1], OBJ[3]). ~ 31 1, 7 | subsistent being as was shown above (Q[3], A[4]), it is ~ 32 1, 7 | something other than God, as was shown ~above (Q[3], A[8]). But 33 1, 7 | infinite in quantity, as was shown above, belongs to ~matter. 34 1, 7 | accidental. This can be shown, for example, in ~the work 35 1, 7 | approach ~matter, as was shown in the preceding article, 36 1, 8 | found in a thing, as ~was shown above (Q[7], A[1]). Hence 37 1, 8 | being of all ~things; as was shown above in this article.~Aquin.: 38 1, 8 | prerogative by grace, as ~will be shown later (Q[12]). He is said 39 1, 8 | distant in substance, as was shown in this ~article; and therefore 40 1, 9 | From what precedes, it is shown that God is altogether ~ 41 1, 9 | immutable. First, because it was shown above that there is some 42 1, 9 | be found. But it has been shown above (Q[3], A[7]) that 43 1, 9 | fills all ~places, as was shown above (Q[8], A[2]).~Aquin.: 44 1, 10 | altogether immutable, as was shown above (Q[9], A[1]). Accordingly, 45 1, 10 | simultaneously whole, as was shown ~above in the first article. 46 1, 10 | an accidental one, as was shown above, in the preceding ~ 47 1, 10 | opinion is truer, as will be shown ~later (Q[47], A[2]); we 48 1, 11 | I answer that, It can be shown from these three sources 49 1, 11 | is His own nature, as was shown above (Q[3], A[3]). Therefore, 50 1, 11 | perfection. For it was ~shown above (Q[4], A[2]) that 51 1, 11 | Para. 3/3~Thirdly, this is shown from the unity of the world. 52 1, 11 | altogether simple, as was shown above ~(Q[3], A[7]). Hence 53 1, 12 | God is ~infinite, as was shown above (Q[7], A[1]). Therefore 54 1, 12 | own very existence, as was shown above ~(Q[3], A[4]), which 55 1, 12 | corporeal organ, as will be ~shown later (Q[78]). Now act is 56 1, 12 | God is incorporeal, as was shown above (Q[3], A[1]). Hence 57 1, 12 | essence of God, as ~was shown above (A[2]). Hence it does 58 1, 12 | essence ~of God, as was shown in the preceding article, 59 1, 12 | and not by sense, as was shown above (A[3]~). Therefore 60 1, 12 | being is infinite, as was shown above (Q[7]) is infinitely ~ 61 1, 12 | comprehend God ~wholly, as shown above (A[7]). Therefore 62 1, 12 | in Him. For it has been shown in this article that ~the 63 1, 12 | simultaneously. Now it was shown ~above that things seen 64 1, 12 | material ~things. For it was shown above (AA[2],9) that the 65 1, 12 | supremely simple form, as was shown above (Q[3], A[7]~). Therefore 66 1, 13 | understand it. Now it was shown ~above (Q[12], AA[11],12) 67 1, 13 | represent Him. Now it is shown above (Q[4], A[2]) that 68 1, 13 | than to God. But as was shown above (A[2]), these names ~ 69 1, 13 | cannot be multiplied as ~shown above (Q[11], A[3]), it 70 1, 13 | absolutely simple form, as shown (Q[3]~): therefore He cannot 71 1, 13 | without any composition as ~shown above (Q[3], A[7]). Therefore 72 1, 14 | of ~knowledge, as will be shown (A[7]). Hence the simple 73 1, 14 | that God is cognitive, as shown above (AA[1],2). ~Whence 74 1, 14 | existence is His substance, as shown above (Q[3], A[4]). Therefore 75 1, 14 | other than His existence, as shown above (Q[3]). Hence as His 76 1, 14 | proper knowledge. For, as was shown (A[5]), God knows things 77 1, 14 | is otherwise. ~For it was shown above (Q[4], A[2]) that 78 1, 14 | Himself and others, as shown ~above (AA 2,5), it seems 79 1, 14 | understood in one (medium), as ~shown above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 80 1, 14 | is not discursive, as was shown above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 81 1, 14 | or to created things, as shown above (A[9]), and as ~these 82 1, 14 | principles proper to each one, as shown above. Hence it follows 83 1, 14 | answer that, Since as was shown above (A[9]), God knows 84 1, 14 | altogether immutable, ~as shown above (Q[9], A[1]), so His 85 1, 14 | the cause of things, as shown above (A[8]). But ~speculative 86 1, 15 | to individuals as will be shown later (Q[22], A[3]~).~ 87 1, 16 | intellect is God Himself, as shown already (A[5]).~Aquin.: 88 1, 18 | is more perfect. This is shown by the fact that in one 89 1, 19 | His essence He is good, as shown above (Q[6], A[3]): for ~ 90 1, 19 | all necessity, as ~above shown (Q[2], A[3]). But it belongs 91 1, 19 | Body Para. 2/4 ~This can be shown in three ways: First, from 92 1, 19 | Body Para. 3/4~This is shown, secondly, from the character 93 1, 19 | impossible has been already shown (Q[7], A[2]). He does not, ~ 94 1, 19 | Para. 4/4~Thirdly, it is shown by the relation of effects 95 1, 19 | things, as has been already shown (A[4]). If, then, there 96 1, 19 | perceive the ~cause that is shown above all others, the will 97 1, 19 | Now it has already been shown that ~both the substance 98 1, 19 | things not necessarily, as shown above (A[3]), He has free 99 1, 19 | wills all things, as above shown (De Fide ~ii, 3), it is 100 1, 20 | wanting. Now it has been shown that will is in God (Q[19], 101 1, 20 | by His essence, as above shown (Q[6], AA[1],3). And ~by 102 1, 20 | possesses. Now it has ~been shown above (Q[19], A[4]) that 103 1, 20 | things . For it has been shown (AA[2],3), ~that God's loving 104 1, 21 | source of goodness is God, as shown above (Q[6]~, A[4]). It 105 1, 21 | appertains to goodness, as shown ~above (Q[6], AA[1],4); 106 1, 22 | been created by God, as was shown above (Q[6], A[4]). In created 107 1, 22 | providence. It has also been shown (Q[14], AA[6],11) that God 108 1, 23 | to His providence, as was shown above (Q[22], A[2]). ~Now 109 1, 23 | nature of every creature, as shown above (Q[12], ~A[4]). The 110 1, 23 | pertains to mercy; as was shown previously (Q[21], AA[3], 111 1, 23 | will of God. Now it was shown above (Q[19], A[5]~), that 112 1, 23 | secondary causes, as was above shown (Q[22], A[3]). ~Wherefore, 113 1, 23 | providence is infallible, ~as was shown above (Q[22], A[4]). So 114 1, 25 | is in God, is God, as was shown above (Q[3]~, A[3]). Therefore, 115 1, 25 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, it was shown above (Q[14], A[8]; Q[19], 116 1, 25 | and imperfect. Now it was shown ~above (Q[3], A[2]; Q[4], 117 1, 25 | acts, is infinite, as was shown above (Q[7], A[1]) it follows 118 1, 25 | essence is otherwise, as was shown above (Q[7], A[1]); and ~ 119 1, 25 | species or in ~genus, as was shown above (Q[3], A[5]; Q[4], 120 1, 25 | to passive power, as was shown above (A[1]). Whence the 121 1, 25 | omnipotence is particularly shown in sparing and ~having mercy, 122 1, 25 | contingency or necessity, as was shown above (Q[14], A[1], ad 2). 123 1, 25 | this present order, as was shown above; so nothing ~prevents 124 1, 26 | other perfection, as was shown above (Q[4], A[2]~). Therefore 125 1, 27 | the first principle, as shown above ~(Q[2], A[3]). Therefore 126 1, 27 | existence are the same, as shown above ~(Q[14], A[4]). Hence 127 1, 30 | persons in God. For it was shown above (Q[29], A[4]) that 128 1, 30 | persons ~in God. For it was shown above that the several persons 129 1, 32 | Body Para. 2/6~But, as shown above (Q[3], A[3], ad 1), 130 1, 32 | particularly if no obstinacy be shown; whereas when it is manifest, 131 1, 34 | called generation, as we have shown above (Q[27], A[2]). ~Hence 132 1, 36 | appropriateness of this name may be shown in two ways. Firstly, from 133 1, 37 | Father and the Son, as was shown ~above (Q[36], A[2]), it 134 1, 37 | must know that since as shown above (Q[27], AA[2],3,4, 135 1, 39 | divine simplicity. For it was shown above (Q[3], A[3]) that 136 1, 39 | realities. But as it was shown above (Q[28], A[2]) ~in 137 1, 39 | simple and supremely ~one, as shown above (Q[3], A[7]; Q[11], 138 1, 39 | Q[3], A[3]). But, as was shown, it is true ~to say that " 139 1, 40 | properties in God; as ~we have shown (Q[32], A[2]). These are 140 1, 40 | constitute the hypostases, as shown above (A[2]); ~secondly, 141 1, 41 | of nothing, as will ~be shown later on (Q[45], A[1]), 142 1, 42 | there for action. Now it was shown above (A[4]) that the very 143 1, 43 | which he is sent is ~also shown, so that in some way he 144 1, 43 | corporeal shapes, but is shown in the spirit by the spiritual 145 1, 44 | by fire. Now it has been shown above (Q[3], A[4]) when 146 1, 44 | Being; and also it was shown (Q[11], AA[3],4) that subsisting 147 1, 45 | by Him. Now ~it has been shown above (Q[44], AA[1],2), 148 1, 45 | themselves; ~as was also shown above (Q[42], A[1], ad 4), 149 1, 45 | manner, to be made, as was shown ~above (Q[44], A[2], ad 150 1, 45 | power which is chiefly ~shown in creation, and therefore 151 1, 45 | subsisting thing ~alone, as shown above (A[4]), it does not 152 1, 46 | uphold: for it has been shown above (Q[19], A[4]) ~that 153 1, 46 | v, ~text 6). Now it was shown above (Q[19], A[3]), that, 154 1, 47 | divine goodness, as was shown above (Q[44]~, A[4]). Therefore 155 1, 47 | First, because, as was shown ~above (Q[44], A[2]), even 156 1, 47 | First, because it was ~shown above (Q[45], A[5]) that 157 1, 47 | such as God is, as was shown above (Q[19], ~A[4]), acts 158 1, 47 | understand many things, as was shown above ~(Q[15], A[2]), it 159 1, 47 | rather it is infinite, as was shown above ~(Q[25], A[2]). Therefore 160 1, 47 | and to God Himself, as shown above ~(Q[11], A[3]; Q[21], 161 1, 48 | providence and ~justice, as was shown above (Q[22], A[2]); for 162 1, 49 | the material ~cause was shown above (Q[48], A[3]). For 163 1, 49 | Q[48], A[3]). For it was shown that good is the ~subject 164 1, 49 | cause of every good, as was shown above (Q[2]~, A[3]; Q[6], 165 1, 49 | highest perfection, as was ~shown above (Q[4], A[1]). Hence, 166 1, 49 | cause of every good, as was shown ~above (Q[2], A[3]; Q[6], 167 1, 49 | of every being, as was ~shown above (Q[2], A[3]; Q[6], 168 1, 49 | essentially good, ~as was shown above (Q[6], AA[3],4). But 169 1, 49 | essentially bad. ~For it was shown above that every being, 170 1, 49 | itself all goodness, as shown above (Q[6], ~A[2]). But 171 1, 49 | supreme evil; because, as was shown above ~(Q[48], A[4]), although 172 1, 49 | is caused by good, as was shown above ~(A[1]), and because 173 1, 49 | principle of being, as was shown above (Q[2], A[3]).~Aquin.: 174 1, 49 | accidental cause, as was shown above ~(A[1]). Hence reduction 175 1, 50 | are incorporeal, as ~was shown above (A[1]). Therefore 176 1, 50 | are immaterial, as was ~shown above (A[2]). Therefore 177 1, 51 | corporeal energy, as will ~be shown later (Q[75], A[2]), it 178 1, 51 | all this it is clearly ~shown that such apparitions were 179 1, 52 | angel is not a body, as was shown above ~(Q[50]). Therefore 180 1, 53 | divisible places: and this is shown from the continuous ~movement 181 1, 53 | present case; and it is shown thus. ~It is of the nature 182 1, 53 | last 'now'; as was already shown (A[2]). ~Nevertheless he 183 1, 54 | one whereby ~something is shown to be living. In this way 184 1, 56 | creatures. As was already shown ~(Q[12], A[4]), an angel 185 1, 57 | cause of a thing, as was shown above (Q[14], A[8]). ~Therefore 186 1, 60 | possess free-will, as was shown above (Q[59], A[3]). Consequently 187 1, 61 | immaterial forms, as was shown above (Q[50], A[2]). Therefore 188 1, 61 | from the existence, as was shown ~above (Q[3], A[4]). From 189 1, 61 | beginning." But, as was shown above (A[1]), the ~angels 190 1, 61 | by His will. But, as was shown above (Q[19], A[3]; Q[46], 191 1, 62 | created intellect, ~as was shown above (Q[12], A[4]).~Aquin.: 192 1, 62 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it was shown above (Q[12], AA[4],5), 193 1, 62 | once naturally, as was shown above (A[1]; Q[58], AA[3], 194 1, 63 | can only be pride, as was shown ~above (A[2]). But pride 195 1, 65 | His nature, as ~has been shown above (Q[15], A[2]); so 196 1, 66 | others disagrees, as will be ~shown later (Q[69], A[1]; Q[74], 197 1, 66 | is expressed, ~as will be shown later (A[3]; Q[68], A[1]). 198 1, 67 | meaning. This is ~clearly shown in the word "sight," originally 199 1, 67 | beginning good, as has been shown (Q[63], A[5]). Therefore 200 1, 67 | animal before the man, as is shown in De Gener. Anim. ~ii, 201 1, 68 | however, this theory can be shown to be false by solid reasons, 202 1, 70 | move themselves, as is ~shown in the same book (text. 203 1, 71 | their composition, as is shown ~by the fact that their 204 1, 72 | generative life, as will be shown later on (Q[78], ~A[2]). 205 1, 74 | on two points, as already shown (Q[67], ~A[1]; Q[69], A[ 206 1, 74 | existing, as also has been shown (Q[67], AA[1],4; Q[69], 207 1, 75 | inanimate." Now life is shown ~principally by two actions, 208 1, 75 | to be in act. But, as is shown in Phys. ~viii, 6, there 209 1, 75 | animals; and, as we have just shown ~(A[2]), the soul of man 210 1, 75 | is man. ~But it has been shown above (A[3]) that sensation 211 1, 75 | composite things. Now it was ~shown above (AA[2],3) that the 212 1, 76 | is incorruptible, as was shown above ~(Q[75], A[6]), remains 213 1, 76 | first cannot stand, as was shown above (Q[75], A[4]), ~for 214 1, 76 | The same can be clearly shown from the nature of the human 215 1, 76 | nature of each thing is shown by its operation. Now the 216 1, 76 | of matter and form as was shown above (Q[75], A[5]). Therefore ~ 217 1, 76 | How it is caused will be shown later on (Q[117], A[1]). ~ 218 1, 76 | are corruptible, as ~was shown above (Q[75], A[6]). Therefore 219 1, 76 | Para. 5/6~Thirdly, this is shown to be impossible by the 220 1, 76 | intellectual: as will be shown further ~on (Q[118], A[2], 221 1, 77 | Secondly, this may be also shown to be impossible ~in the 222 1, 77 | remote. Now ~it has been shown above (A[4]) that among 223 1, 37 | Father and the Son, as was shown ~above (Q[36], A[2]), it 224 1, 37 | must know that since as shown above (Q[27], AA[2],3,4, 225 1, 39 | divine simplicity. For it was shown above (Q[3], A[3]) that 226 1, 39 | realities. But as it was shown above (Q[28], A[2]) ~in 227 1, 39 | simple and supremely ~one, as shown above (Q[3], A[7]; Q[11], 228 1, 39 | Q[3], A[3]). But, as was shown, it is true ~to say that " 229 1, 40 | properties in God; as ~we have shown (Q[32], A[2]). These are 230 1, 40 | constitute the hypostases, as shown above (A[2]); ~secondly, 231 1, 41 | of nothing, as will ~be shown later on (Q[45], A[1]), 232 1, 42 | there for action. Now it was shown above (A[4]) that the very 233 1, 43 | which he is sent is ~also shown, so that in some way he 234 1, 43 | corporeal shapes, but is shown in the spirit by the spiritual 235 1, 45 | by fire. Now it has been shown above (Q[3], A[4]) when 236 1, 45 | Being; and also it was shown (Q[11], AA[3],4) that subsisting 237 1, 46 | by Him. Now ~it has been shown above (Q[44], AA[1],2), 238 1, 46 | themselves; ~as was also shown above (Q[42], A[1], ad 4), 239 1, 46 | manner, to be made, as was shown ~above (Q[44], A[2], ad 240 1, 46 | power which is chiefly ~shown in creation, and therefore 241 1, 46 | subsisting thing ~alone, as shown above (A[4]), it does not 242 1, 47 | uphold: for it has been shown above (Q[19], A[4]) ~that 243 1, 47 | v, ~text 6). Now it was shown above (Q[19], A[3]), that, 244 1, 48 | divine goodness, as was shown above (Q[44]~, A[4]). Therefore 245 1, 48 | First, because, as was shown ~above (Q[44], A[2]), even 246 1, 48 | First, because it was ~shown above (Q[45], A[5]) that 247 1, 48 | such as God is, as was shown above (Q[19], ~A[4]), acts 248 1, 48 | understand many things, as was shown above ~(Q[15], A[2]), it 249 1, 48 | rather it is infinite, as was shown above ~(Q[25], A[2]). Therefore 250 1, 48 | and to God Himself, as shown above ~(Q[11], A[3]; Q[21], 251 1, 49 | providence and ~justice, as was shown above (Q[22], A[2]); for 252 1, 50 | the material ~cause was shown above (Q[48], A[3]). For 253 1, 50 | Q[48], A[3]). For it was shown that good is the ~subject 254 1, 50 | cause of every good, as was shown above (Q[2]~, A[3]; Q[6], 255 1, 50 | highest perfection, as was ~shown above (Q[4], A[1]). Hence, 256 1, 50 | cause of every good, as was shown ~above (Q[2], A[3]; Q[6], 257 1, 50 | of every being, as was ~shown above (Q[2], A[3]; Q[6], 258 1, 50 | essentially good, ~as was shown above (Q[6], AA[3],4). But 259 1, 50 | essentially bad. ~For it was shown above that every being, 260 1, 50 | itself all goodness, as shown above (Q[6], ~A[2]). But 261 1, 50 | supreme evil; because, as was shown above ~(Q[48], A[4]), although 262 1, 50 | is caused by good, as was shown above ~(A[1]), and because 263 1, 50 | principle of being, as was shown above (Q[2], A[3]).~Aquin.: 264 1, 50 | accidental cause, as was shown above ~(A[1]). Hence reduction 265 1, 51 | are incorporeal, as ~was shown above (A[1]). Therefore 266 1, 51 | are immaterial, as was ~shown above (A[2]). Therefore 267 1, 52 | corporeal energy, as will ~be shown later (Q[75], A[2]), it 268 1, 52 | all this it is clearly ~shown that such apparitions were 269 1, 53 | angel is not a body, as was shown above ~(Q[50]). Therefore 270 1, 54 | divisible places: and this is shown from the continuous ~movement 271 1, 54 | present case; and it is shown thus. ~It is of the nature 272 1, 54 | last 'now'; as was already shown (A[2]). ~Nevertheless he 273 1, 55 | one whereby ~something is shown to be living. In this way 274 1, 57 | creatures. As was already shown ~(Q[12], A[4]), an angel 275 1, 58 | cause of a thing, as was shown above (Q[14], A[8]). ~Therefore 276 1, 61 | possess free-will, as was shown above (Q[59], A[3]). Consequently 277 1, 62 | immaterial forms, as was shown above (Q[50], A[2]). Therefore 278 1, 62 | from the existence, as was shown ~above (Q[3], A[4]). From 279 1, 62 | beginning." But, as was shown above (A[1]), the ~angels 280 1, 62 | by His will. But, as was shown above (Q[19], A[3]; Q[46], 281 1, 63 | created intellect, ~as was shown above (Q[12], A[4]).~Aquin.: 282 1, 63 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it was shown above (Q[12], AA[4],5), 283 1, 63 | once naturally, as was shown above (A[1]; Q[58], AA[3], 284 1, 64 | can only be pride, as was shown ~above (A[2]). But pride 285 1, 66 | His nature, as ~has been shown above (Q[15], A[2]); so 286 1, 67 | others disagrees, as will be ~shown later (Q[69], A[1]; Q[74], 287 1, 67 | is expressed, ~as will be shown later (A[3]; Q[68], A[1]). 288 1, 68 | meaning. This is ~clearly shown in the word "sight," originally 289 1, 68 | beginning good, as has been shown (Q[63], A[5]). Therefore 290 1, 68 | animal before the man, as is shown in De Gener. Anim. ~ii, 291 1, 69 | however, this theory can be shown to be false by solid reasons, 292 1, 71 | move themselves, as is ~shown in the same book (text. 293 1, 71 | their composition, as is shown ~by the fact that their 294 1, 71 | generative life, as will be shown later on (Q[78], ~A[2]). 295 1, 73 | on two points, as already shown (Q[67], ~A[1]; Q[69], A[ 296 1, 73 | existing, as also has been shown (Q[67], AA[1],4; Q[69], 297 1, 74 | inanimate." Now life is shown ~principally by two actions, 298 1, 74 | to be in act. But, as is shown in Phys. ~viii, 6, there 299 1, 74 | animals; and, as we have just shown ~(A[2]), the soul of man 300 1, 74 | is man. ~But it has been shown above (A[3]) that sensation 301 1, 74 | composite things. Now it was ~shown above (AA[2],3) that the 302 1, 75 | is incorruptible, as was shown above ~(Q[75], A[6]), remains 303 1, 75 | first cannot stand, as was shown above (Q[75], A[4]), ~for 304 1, 75 | The same can be clearly shown from the nature of the human 305 1, 75 | nature of each thing is shown by its operation. Now the 306 1, 75 | of matter and form as was shown above (Q[75], A[5]). Therefore ~ 307 1, 75 | How it is caused will be shown later on (Q[117], A[1]). ~ 308 1, 75 | are corruptible, as ~was shown above (Q[75], A[6]). Therefore 309 1, 75 | Para. 5/6~Thirdly, this is shown to be impossible by the 310 1, 75 | intellectual: as will be shown further ~on (Q[118], A[2], 311 1, 76 | Secondly, this may be also shown to be impossible ~in the 312 1, 76 | remote. Now ~it has been shown above (A[4]) that among 313 1, 78 | with what has been already shown (Q[54], ~A[3]; Q[77], A[ 314 1, 78 | only beatitude; ~as will be shown later on (Q[90], A[3]; FS, 315 1, 81 | necessity of such connection be shown, the will does not adhere 316 1, 82 | free-will. But it has been shown above (Q[79], A[8]) ~that 317 1, 83 | Para. 3/5~Now this may be shown to be false for two reasons. 318 1, 83 | according as it is in act, as is shown Metaph. ix ~(Did. viii, 319 1, 84 | intellect are the same, as is shown above ~(Q[79], A[1]). Therefore 320 1, 87 | Para. 7/7~Sixthly, as was shown above (Q[79], A[4]), the 321 1, 88 | imagination, as we ~have shown above (Q[77], A[8]). Therefore 322 1, 88 | separate substances ~as shown above (Q[88], A[1]). Therefore 323 1, 88 | through ~its own act, as shown above (Q[87], A[1]). When, 324 1, 88 | understand them perfectly, as was shown above in ~this article.~ 325 1, 88 | know singulars, as we have shown (Q[86], A[1]). ~Therefore 326 1, 88 | turning to ~phantasms, as shown above (Q[84], A[7]). Therefore 327 1, 88 | distance; which has been shown to be false (A[7]).~Aquin.: 328 1, 89 | distinction and adornment, as ~shown above (Q[66], A[1]; Q[70], 329 1, 90 | God should be most clearly shown. ~Therefore it should not 330 1, 92 | which is untrue, as was shown above (Q[32], A[1]).~Aquin.: 331 1, 92 | be found in the soul, as shown above (A[7]), ~according 332 1, 93 | self-knowledge, as we ~have shown above; for even each separate 333 1, 94 | what precedes. For ~it was shown above (A[1]) that such was 334 1, 102 | Divine goodness; as we have shown (A[2]). Wherefore, as ~there 335 1, 102 | ever ~founded on good, as shown above (Q[48], A[3]). Therefore 336 1, 103 | of God is conspicuously shown in His preserving all things 337 1, 104 | effect, from which it was shown to ~be wonderful.~Aquin.: 338 1, 106 | reference to ~another, as was shown above (A[1]). But an angel 339 1, 107 | hierarchies. For it was ~shown above (Q[55], A[3]), in 340 1, 107 | in one order. For it was ~shown above (Q[50], A[4]), that 341 1, 107 | this ordering is plainly shown at once in the name of ~" 342 1, 110 | way unlike. For, as was shown above (Q[106], A[1]), the ~ 343 1, 111 | 108], A[6]), it may be ~shown that some angels are sent 344 1, 114 | some difficulty. For it was shown that ~although the action 345 1, 115 | can change the ~will, as shown above (Q[105], A[4]). Consequently 346 1, 116 | which light all things are shown to us.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 347 1, 116 | Para. 2/3~But it has been shown above (Q[110], A[2]) that 348 1, 117 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as shown above (Q[76], A[3]), the 349 1, 117 | mode of understanding, as shown above (Q[55], A[2]; Q[85], 350 2, 1 | as last ends, as has been shown above (ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT 351 2, 2 | depends not on the body, as shown above (FP, Q[75], A[2]); 352 2, 2 | in goods of the body, as shown above ~(AA[4],5). Therefore 353 2, 2 | belonging to the ~body, as shown above (A[5]). Therefore 354 2, 3 | life: since it has been shown (Q[2]~, A[5]) that the being 355 2, 3 | Which is ~his last end, as shown above (A[1]): to Which man 356 2, 3 | like manner, because, as shown above ~(Q[2], A[5]), man' 357 2, 3 | intellect. But it has been ~shown (FP, Q[88], A[2]), that 358 2, 3 | His Being His ~Essence, as shown in the FP, Q[44], A[1]. 359 2, 4 | a bodily organ, ~as was shown in the FP, Q[84], AA[6], 360 2, 4 | back again. And this is shown to be false, both by ~authority 361 2, 4 | bodily good. But ~it has been shown above (Q[2]) that Happiness 362 2, 4 | the Divine ~Essence, as shown above (Q[3], A[8]). But 363 2, 4 | part in this ~operation, as shown above (A[5]). Therefore 364 2, 5 | obtain in this life, ~as was shown in the FP, Q[12], A[11]. 365 2, 5 | Happiness. For it has been shown above (Q[3], A[8]) that 366 2, 5 | from that vision as was shown above (Q[4], A[4]). Nor 367 2, 5 | every creature, ~as was shown in the FP, Q[12], A[4]. 368 2, 5 | enlighten man's intellect as ~shown in the FP, Q[111], A[1]. 369 2, 5 | such like. Now it has been shown above (A[5]) that ~Happiness 370 2, 6 | be done to the will, as shown above (A[4]). Therefore ~ 371 2, 9 | acts for an end, as was shown above (Q[1], A[2]), the 372 2, 9 | suffer violence, as was shown above ~(Q[6], A[4]). But 373 2, 9 | every respect, as we have shown. Wherefore it needs to be 374 2, 11 | act Happiness consists, as shown above (Q[3], ~A[4]), that 375 2, 12 | the soul to the end, as shown above (Q[9], A[1]). Wherefore 376 2, 14 | discursive, as we ~have shown in the FP, Q[14], A[7]. 377 2, 16 | the body. Now it has been shown above (Q[9], ~A[1]) that 378 2, 17 | But, ~as we have already shown (Q[16], A[1]), use is an 379 2, 17 | formal transmutation, as was shown in the FP, Q[65], A[4]; 380 2, 18 | the contrary, It has been shown above (Q[1], A[3]) that 381 2, 19 | from the end, as we have shown above (Q[18]~, A[4]). Therefore 382 2, 19 | the good intended, as is shown above. And hence it is that 383 2, 20 | On the contrary, It was shown above (Q[18], A[6]) that 384 2, 21 | 1/1~On the contrary, As shown above (Q[19], A[4]), the 385 2, 29 | emotions of the soul are shown by their effects. But ~man 386 2, 52 | depends on the will, as was shown above (Q[50], ~A[5]); just 387 2, 54 | a habit, as was clearly ~shown above (Q[51], A[2]). Now 388 2, 55 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Reason is shown to be so much the more perfect, 389 2, 61 | moral virtue, as was clearly shown above (Q[57], A[4]). Consequently, ~ 390 2, 62 | to his nature, as clearly shown above (Q[58], A[3]). Therefore 391 2, 63 | reason, as was ~clearly shown above (Q[55], A[4], ad 2). 392 2, 68 | remedy certain defects, as is shown in the passage quoted (OBJ 393 2, 68 | 3 ~I answer that, As was shown above (Q[58], A[3]; Q[62], 394 2, 71 | its subject good," as was shown above (Q[55], AA[3],4). ~ 395 2, 71 | directed is a good act, as was shown ~above (Q[56], A[3]).~Aquin.: 396 2, 71 | to both. Now it has been shown from the very nature ~of 397 2, 71 | 1~I answer that, As was shown above (A[1]), sin is nothing 398 2, 72 | chiefly, to their end, as shown above (Q[1], A[3]; Q[18], 399 2, 72 | the will. For it has been shown above (Q[1], ~A[3]; Q[18], 400 2, 73 | virtue lacks them all, as was shown above (Q[65], A[1]). Therefore ~ 401 2, 73 | from their objects, as was ~shown above (Q[72], A[1]). But 402 2, 73 | depends on the end, as was shown above (Q[72], A[6]; ~Q[18], 403 2, 73 | species from the object, as shown above (Q[60], A[5]; Q[72], 404 2, 73 | superiority, in that the will is shown to be ~more intent on good 405 2, 74 | 1~I answer that, As was shown above (A[1]), whatever is 406 2, 74 | power, as we have ~clearly shown (AA[1],2,3). Now reason 407 2, 79 | in their species, as ~was shown above (Q[18], AA[2],8). 408 2, 80 | itself, or God, as ~was shown above (Q[9], AA[3],4,6). 409 2, 81 | by way of origin, as was shown in the FP, Q[118], A[2]. ~ 410 2, 82 | different subjects of sin, as shown above ~(Q[74]). Since then 411 2, 86 | and of the Divine law, as shown above (Q[71], A[6]). Wherefore 412 2, 87 | something from the will, as shown above (Q[74], AA[1]~,2). 413 2, 87 | the kingdom of ~God, as shown by our Lord's words (Jn. 414 2, 88 | dispositively, it is true, as was shown above (A[3]) with ~regard 415 2, 94 | synderesis" is a habit, as was shown in the ~FP, Q[79], A[12]. 416 2, 94 | in man always, as will be shown ~further on (A[6]). But 417 2, 95 | community of the state, as shown above (Q[90], A[3]). In ~ 418 2, 98 | For just as a ~doctrine is shown to be good by the fact that 419 2, 98 | What this promise was is shown by the Apostle, who says ( 420 2, 102 | to the ~pattern which was shown thee on the mount." But 421 2, 102 | Egyptians. ~Their haste was shown in two ways. First by what 422 2, 102 | to be cleansed. This is shown by the words of Lev. 14: 423 2, 102 | they too ~earthly, which is shown by their having not a flat 424 2, 105 | washed away, and the devil is shown ~to be the arch-murderer.~ 425 2, 105 | son or daughter. This is shown by the very words of ~the 426 2, 106 | Apostles, ~where it is clearly shown that the aforesaid promise 427 2, 108 | the Holy Ghost, which is shown forth by faith ~that worketh 428 2, 109 | things above itself, as is shown in our natural knowledge 429 2, 109 | sinning, ~as was clearly shown above (Q[85], A[1]; Q[86], 430 2, 111 | commanded by the will, as was ~shown above (Q[17], A[9]) the 431 2, 114 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As shown above (AA[1],3,4), our works 432 2, 114 | good works he does, as was shown above (A[2]; Q[109], A[5]). 433 2, 114 | grace or charity, as was shown above (AA[2], 4). Therefore 434 2, 1 | believed ~at the same time, as shown above. Secondly, in general, 435 2, 2 | 3:25): "Many things are shown ~to thee above the understandings 436 2, 2 | and the apostles it was ~shown to the world.~Aquin.: SMT 437 2, 2 | merit in believing what is shown by reason." If, therefore, 438 2, 2 | in so far as the will is shown to be more prompt and firm 439 2, 4 | the Eternal Truth, as was shown above ~(Q[1], A[1]). Therefore 440 2, 4 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As shown above, it is by human virtue 441 2, 5 | present state, as we have shown above (Q[1], A[5]; Q[2], 442 2, 5 | knowledge by grace, as was shown above (Q[1], A[7]). ~Now 443 2, 11 | its proper good, as was shown above ~(Q[4], A[3]): wherefore 444 2, 12 | deliberation of the reason, as was shown above (FS, Q[74], AA[3], 445 2, 12 | effect of the deed, as was shown above (FS, Q[73], A[8]), 446 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As shown above (FP, Q[87], A[2]), 447 2, 17 | are ~without passion, as shown above (FP, Q[87], A[2], 448 2, 17 | mutually related, as was shown above (Q[17], A[8]). Hence 449 2, 17 | other ~virtues do, as was shown above (Q[17], AA[5],6; FS, 450 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As shown above (FS, Q[1], A[3]; FS, 451 2, 18 | diversified by their objects, as shown above (FS, Q[54], A[2]~), 452 2, 18 | which filial fear shuns, as shown above ~(A[2]). Hence it 453 2, 18 | its own nature, as was ~shown above (FS, Q[55], AA[3], 454 2, 19 | than that we ~should be shown how much God loves us. Now 455 2, 22 | specified by their objects, as shown ~above (FS, Q[18], A[2]; 456 2, 22 | object be one in reality, as shown above (Q[17], A[6]; FS, ~ 457 2, 23 | dwells in us by charity, as shown above ~(A[2]; QQ[23],24). 458 2, 24 | the same manner it may be shown that the wicked love themselves, 459 2, 24 | signs and favors of love are shown to our ~neighbors in general, 460 2, 25 | appetite and ~action, as was shown above (Q[23], A[7], ad 2; 461 2, 25 | increase and decrease, as was shown above (Q[24], AA[4],10,11). 462 2, 26 | by being loved a man is shown to have some good, since 463 2, 26 | certain ~disposition, as was shown above (Q[17], A[8]; Q[19], 464 2, 27 | virtue distinct from hope, as shown above ~(Q[17], A[6]). Now 465 2, 27 | to God by grace, as was shown above ~(Q[24], AA[4],7). 466 2, 28 | and ~of our neighbor, as shown above (A[3]), there is no 467 2, 28 | motive of ~mercy. For, as shown above (Q[19], A[1]; FS, 468 2, 28 | regulated by reason, as was shown above (FS, Q[59], ~AA[4], 469 2, 30 | an effect of charity, as shown above (Q[30], A[2], A[3], 470 2, 32 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As shown above (FS, Q[29], A[1]), 471 2, 32 | love and hatred, as was shown above (FS, ~Q[25], AA[1], 472 2, 37 | unbelief is opposed, as ~shown above (Q[10], A[2]; Q[23], 473 2, 37 | taken from its object, as shown above ~(FS, Q[72], A[1]; 474 2, 37 | Now a ~schismatic, as shown above (A[1]), commits a 475 2, 42 | precepts are directed, as shown above (FS, Q[90], A[2]; 476 2, 42 | charity is one virtue, as shown above (Q[33], ~A[5]). Therefore 477 2, 42 | neighbor and his own body, as shown ~above (Q[25], A[12]; Q[ 478 2, 42 | a ~matter of precept, as shown above (A[1], ad 1; FS, Q[ 479 2, 42 | to the thing beloved, as shown ~above (Q[25], A[12]; Q[ 480 2, 43 | incompatible with mortal sin, as ~shown above (Q[24], A[12]). Therefore 481 2, 45 | from their ~objects, as shown above (FS, Q[1], A[3]; FS, 482 2, 45 | end to moral virtues, as ~shown above (A[6]). Therefore 483 2, 45 | part of its definition, as shown above ~(A[5], OBJ[1]). Therefore 484 2, 45 | from the end itself, as shown above (FS, Prolog.; FS, 485 2, 45 | there is no prudence, as ~shown above (FS, Q[58], A[5]); 486 2, 45 | prudence is a virtue, as shown above (A[4]), he must, of ~ 487 2, 45 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, As shown above (A[3]), prudence includes 488 2, 45 | are known ~naturally, as shown above (A[6]): except that 489 2, 47 | should do evil to no man," as shown ~above (Q[47], A[6]). The 490 2, 47 | insight into divine things, as shown above (Q[8], AA[1],2). It 491 2, 50 | but also ~practical, as shown above (Q[9], A[3]). Therefore 492 2, 54 | the speculative ~order, as shown above (Q[47], A[6]). Now 493 2, 56 | with other men, as shall be shown further on (A[2]). Hence 494 2, 56 | relating to the multitude, as shown above (AA[5],6). Therefore 495 2, 57 | of the kind, as will be shown further on (Q[64], seqq.). ~ 496 2, 58 | dealings with others, as shown above (Q[58], A[2]). ~Now 497 2, 58 | justice and knowledge, as shown above (A[1], ~ad 1,3; A[ 498 2, 61 | nothing else than ~"reverence shown to a person in recognition 499 2, 64 | God's image resides, is shown forth in ~man's creation ( 500 2, 64 | of our neighbor, which is shown in our wishing and doing


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