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1 1, 2 | last end, and especially of rational creatures, as is ~clear 2 1, 2 | 1) Of God; (2) Of the rational ~creature's advance towards 3 1, 3 | has ~a sensitive nature. Rational being, on the other hand, 4 1, 3 | nature, because that is rational, which has an intellectual ~ 5 1, 3 | differ by their ~differences, rational and irrational; which differences, 6 1, 6 | and this is proper to the rational creature; others know some ~ 7 1, 8 | God is especially in the ~rational creature which knows and 8 1, 8 | habitually. And ~because the rational creature possesses this 9 1, 12 | ultimate perfection of the rational creature is ~to be found 10 1, 12 | if the intellect of the rational creature could not reach 11 1, 12 | But by this light the rational creature is made deiform, 12 1, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the rational creature naturally desires 13 1, 12 | The natural desire of the rational creature is to know ~everything 14 1, 12 | understand "animal" and ~"rational"; and in the idea of a house 15 1, 13 | called animal, and the rational nature by reason of which 16 1, 14 | multiplied to infinity as ~rational creatures go on for ever.~ 17 1, 16 | subsisting is greater ~than the rational soul, except God.~Aquin.: 18 1, 19 | and prohibition belong to rational creatures only. ~Therefore 19 1, 19 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Rational creatures are masters of 20 1, 19 | inasmuch as God ordains rational creatures to act ~voluntarily 21 1, 20 | cannot exist except towards rational creatures, ~who are capable 22 1, 20 | far ~as He orders them to rational creatures, and even to Himself. 23 1, 20 | has made, and amongst them rational creatures more, and of ~ 24 1, 21 | misery; but only defect in a ~rational nature whose lot is to be 25 1, 21 | to man on account of his rational ~soul; and his rational 26 1, 21 | rational ~soul; and his rational soul is due to him that 27 1, 22 | themselves towards an end, like rational creatures, through the ~ 28 1, 22 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Since a rational creature has, through its 29 1, 23 | Hence, properly speaking, a rational creature, ~capable of eternal 30 1, 23 | aforesaid direction of a rational creature towards the end 31 1, 23 | Now of all creatures the rational creature ~is chiefly ordained 32 1, 25 | thus, for instance, to be rational pertains to the ~essence 33 1, 26 | beatitude is the last end of the rational nature. But to ~be the last 34 1, 26 | be the last end of the rational nature belongs only to God. 35 1, 26 | indeed the last end of a rational creature, as the ~thing 36 1, 27 | Ghost in sanctifying the rational creature, ~and moving it 37 1, 28 | attributed to anyone, a rational nature is likewise attributed 38 1, 29 | individual ~substance of a rational nature." For nothing singular 39 1, 29 | signifies a substance of a rational nature), the word ~"individual" 40 1, 29 | individual substance of the ~rational nature; but it is not a 41 1, 29 | individual are found in the rational substances which have dominion 42 1, 29 | also the individuals of the rational nature have a special name 43 1, 29 | substance; and the ~term "rational nature" is added, as signifying 44 1, 29 | signifying the singular in rational ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 29 | individual substance of the rational nature by the name ~hypostasis." 46 1, 29 | signifies in the genus ~of rational substances.~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 29 | means the individual of ~the rational nature, by reason of the 48 1, 29 | cannot be said to have "a rational nature." And also ~because 49 1, 29 | subsistent individual of a rational nature. Hence, ~since everything 50 1, 29 | because subsistence in a ~rational nature is of high dignity, 51 1, 29 | every individual of the ~rational nature is called a "person." 52 1, 29 | may be said that God has a rational "nature," if reason ~be 53 1, 29 | individual substance of the rational nature," as above stated. 54 1, 29 | the more common term; as "rational" is included in the meaning 55 1, 29 | individual ~substance of a rational figure. The individual in 56 1, 29 | and we answer: A mortal ~rational animal. Sometimes it refers 57 1, 30 | individual substance of a rational nature." If then there ~ 58 1, 31 | What ~is he? we reply, A rational and mortal animal. So, because 59 1, 31 | Man alone is a mortal rational animal," we ~cannot conclude, " 60 1, 31 | distributive sense, to mean any rational nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 61 1, 33 | Of some, namely, the ~rational creature (He is the Father), 62 1, 34 | individual substance of a rational nature. ~Therefore the name 63 1, 38 | be possessed, except by a rational creature united to God. 64 1, 38 | the effect thereof. The ~rational creature does sometimes 65 1, 38 | love God rightly. Hence the rational creature alone ~can possess 66 1, 40 | which can be understood if rational be ~taken away. But person 67 1, 40 | because every hypostasis of a rational nature is a person, as ~ 68 1, 40 | individual substance of a rational nature." Hence, to have 69 1, 40 | understood as subsisting in a rational ~nature. Hence, if the distinguishing 70 1, 43 | special mode belonging to the rational nature wherein God is ~said 71 1, 43 | the lover. And since the rational creature by its operation 72 1, 43 | not only to exist in the rational creature but also to dwell ~ 73 1, 43 | divine person is in the rational creature in a new mode, ~ 74 1, 43 | of sanctifying grace the rational creature is ~perfected so 75 1, 43 | to be sent by reason of rational creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 76 1, 43 | necessarily made according to the rational nature to which it ~belongs 77 1, 45 | of the will. Therefore in rational creatures, possessing intellect ~ 78 1, 47 | God first created only the rational creatures and ~all equal; 79 1, 47 | away from God. And so those rational creatures which were turned 80 1, 48 | found in a special way in rational creatures which have a will. ~ 81 1, 49 | evil will is caused by the rational creature, which is good; 82 1, 51 | in Ev.) calls an angel a rational ~animal. But every animal 83 1, 51 | Gregory calls the angel a rational animal metaphorically, ~ 84 1, 51 | account of the likeness to the rational nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 85 1, 55 | in the knowledge of the ~rational creature, and then in their 86 1, 57 | of this is, ~because the rational creature is subject to God 87 1, 58 | discursive method are called "rational"; and this comes of the 88 1, 60 | of choice appears to be rational love; since choice follows 89 1, 60 | stated in Ethic. iii, 3. Now rational love is ~contrasted with 90 1, 60 | Not all love of choice is rational love, according as ~rational 91 1, 60 | rational love, according as ~rational is distinguished from intellectual 92 1, 60 | from intellectual love. For rational love is so ~called which 93 1, 62 | ultimate ~perfection of rational or of intellectual nature; 94 1, 62 | twofold ultimate perfection of rational or of ~intellectual nature. 95 1, 62 | ultimate beatitude ~of the rational creature consists, is beyond 96 1, 62 | intellect. Consequently no rational creature can have the movement 97 1, 62 | Further, grace turns the rational creature towards God. If, ~ 98 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 2: The acts of the rational creature are from the creature ~ 99 1, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the rational powers are referred to opposites, 100 1, 62 | beatitude does not cease to be rational. Therefore it is inclined 101 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The rational powers are referred to opposites 102 1, 62 | it is evident, since the rational creature cannot of its ~ 103 1, 62 | determined thing to which every rational creature is directed as 104 1, 62 | is impossible that as the rational ~creature is led on to the 105 1, 62 | it comes to pass that the rational creature understands God ~ 106 1, 62 | Para. 3/3~Therefore every rational creature is so led by God 107 1, 62 | towards its end. ~Now the rational creature is moved towards 108 1, 62 | within the power of the ~rational creature, then its action 109 1, 63 | that, An angel or any other rational creature considered in his ~ 110 1, 63 | appetite, whether ~sensible, rational, or intellectual; and sin 111 1, 68 | mean that these waters are rational creatures, ~but that "the 112 1, 76 | which ~constitutes man is "rational," which is applied to man 113 1, 76 | difference from the form. But ~"rational," which is the difference 114 1, 76 | substantial form besides ~the rational soul, and if this were to 115 1, 77 | difference. But sensitive and rational are substantial differences; 116 1, 77 | 7 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: Rational and sensitive, as differences, 117 1, 77 | but from the sensitive and rational soul ~itself. But because 118 1, 77 | soul, which is sometimes rational, and ~sometimes otherwise. 119 1, 77 | sometimes otherwise. Hence "rational" and "irrational" are differences ~ 120 1, 38 | be possessed, except by a rational creature united to God. 121 1, 38 | the effect thereof. The ~rational creature does sometimes 122 1, 38 | love God rightly. Hence the rational creature alone ~can possess 123 1, 40 | which can be understood if rational be ~taken away. But person 124 1, 40 | because every hypostasis of a rational nature is a person, as ~ 125 1, 40 | individual substance of a rational nature." Hence, to have 126 1, 40 | understood as subsisting in a rational ~nature. Hence, if the distinguishing 127 1, 43 | special mode belonging to the rational nature wherein God is ~said 128 1, 43 | the lover. And since the rational creature by its operation 129 1, 43 | not only to exist in the rational creature but also to dwell ~ 130 1, 43 | divine person is in the rational creature in a new mode, ~ 131 1, 43 | of sanctifying grace the rational creature is ~perfected so 132 1, 43 | to be sent by reason of rational creatures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 133 1, 43 | necessarily made according to the rational nature to which it ~belongs 134 1, 46 | of the will. Therefore in rational creatures, possessing intellect ~ 135 1, 48 | God first created only the rational creatures and ~all equal; 136 1, 48 | away from God. And so those rational creatures which were turned 137 1, 49 | found in a special way in rational creatures which have a will. ~ 138 1, 50 | evil will is caused by the rational creature, which is good; 139 1, 52 | in Ev.) calls an angel a rational ~animal. But every animal 140 1, 52 | Gregory calls the angel a rational animal metaphorically, ~ 141 1, 52 | account of the likeness to the rational nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 142 1, 56 | in the knowledge of the ~rational creature, and then in their 143 1, 58 | of this is, ~because the rational creature is subject to God 144 1, 59 | discursive method are called "rational"; and this comes of the 145 1, 61 | of choice appears to be rational love; since choice follows 146 1, 61 | stated in Ethic. iii, 3. Now rational love is ~contrasted with 147 1, 61 | Not all love of choice is rational love, according as ~rational 148 1, 61 | rational love, according as ~rational is distinguished from intellectual 149 1, 61 | from intellectual love. For rational love is so ~called which 150 1, 63 | ultimate ~perfection of rational or of intellectual nature; 151 1, 63 | twofold ultimate perfection of rational or of ~intellectual nature. 152 1, 63 | ultimate beatitude ~of the rational creature consists, is beyond 153 1, 63 | intellect. Consequently no rational creature can have the movement 154 1, 63 | Further, grace turns the rational creature towards God. If, ~ 155 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 2: The acts of the rational creature are from the creature ~ 156 1, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the rational powers are referred to opposites, 157 1, 63 | beatitude does not cease to be rational. Therefore it is inclined 158 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The rational powers are referred to opposites 159 1, 63 | it is evident, since the rational creature cannot of its ~ 160 1, 63 | determined thing to which every rational creature is directed as 161 1, 63 | is impossible that as the rational ~creature is led on to the 162 1, 63 | it comes to pass that the rational creature understands God ~ 163 1, 63 | Para. 3/3~Therefore every rational creature is so led by God 164 1, 63 | towards its end. ~Now the rational creature is moved towards 165 1, 63 | within the power of the ~rational creature, then its action 166 1, 64 | that, An angel or any other rational creature considered in his ~ 167 1, 64 | appetite, whether ~sensible, rational, or intellectual; and sin 168 1, 69 | mean that these waters are rational creatures, ~but that "the 169 1, 75 | which ~constitutes man is "rational," which is applied to man 170 1, 75 | difference from the form. But ~"rational," which is the difference 171 1, 75 | substantial form besides ~the rational soul, and if this were to 172 1, 76 | difference. But sensitive and rational are substantial differences; 173 1, 76 | 7 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: Rational and sensitive, as differences, 174 1, 76 | but from the sensitive and rational soul ~itself. But because 175 1, 76 | soul, which is sometimes rational, and ~sometimes otherwise. 176 1, 76 | sometimes otherwise. Hence "rational" and "irrational" are differences ~ 177 1, 77 | sensitive soul, and the rational soul. Therefore ~there are 178 1, 77 | is the operation of the "rational soul." ~Below this, there 179 1, 78 | appetite ~is also called "rational by participation," because 180 1, 78 | whence he ~is called a rational animal, is a power distinct 181 1, 78 | and therefore he is called rational. Reasoning, ~therefore, 182 1, 78 | the concupiscible, and the rational, which ~are powers. Therefore " 183 1, 78 | Philosopher (Metaph. viii, 2), ~"rational powers regard opposite things." 184 1, 78 | were a power it would be a rational power, since ~it is not 185 1, 80 | power is inferior to the rational part ~of the soul, so also 186 1, 81 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the rational powers, according to the 187 1, 81 | things. But the will is a rational ~power, because, as he says ( 188 1, 81 | rather an intellectual than a rational power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 189 1, 81 | irascible, concupiscible, and ~rational - "before it is united to 190 1, 82 | And forasmuch as man is rational is it necessary ~that man 191 1, 82 | straightway accompanies the rational nature." But reason is a ~ 192 1, 82 | straightway accompanies the ~rational power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 193 1, 83 | that "not each and every rational soul can be said to be ~ 194 1, 84 | distinctly is know it as ~"rational" or "irrational animal," 195 1, 84 | only ~"animal" but also "rational." Therefore "animal" in 196 1, 84 | has a ~sensitive nature; rational, that which has an intellectual 197 1, 84 | describe anything as "a rational winged animal." Hence as 198 1, 89 | differ by the difference of ~rational and irrational; but we cannot 199 1, 89 | 1/1~I answer that, The rational soul can be made only by 200 1, 89 | On ~the other hand, the rational soul is a subsistent form, 201 1, 89 | potentiality. But since the rational soul does not depend in 202 1, 89 | comparison between the ~rational soul and other forms.~Aquin.: 203 1, 89 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the rational soul is produced by God 204 1, 89 | It would seem that the rational soul is not immediately 205 1, 89 | inferior spirits, who are the rational souls, are produced by means ~ 206 1, 89 | themselves; and such is the rational soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[90] 207 1, 89 | the power of God, ~produce rational souls. But this is quite 208 1, 89 | has been proved that the rational soul cannot be produced ~ 209 1, 89 | Since, ~therefore, the rational soul cannot be produced 210 1, 89 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the rational soul has more in common 211 1, 90 | noblest form, which is the rational soul. Therefore it should 212 1, 90 | since he has in himself a rational soul ~of the genus of spiritual 213 1, 90 | yet for the acts of the rational soul the heavenly body is ~ 214 1, 90 | is ~less adapted. For the rational soul receives the knowledge 215 1, 90 | of the human body is the rational soul and its ~operations; 216 1, 90 | was more becoming to the rational nature, which is ~capable 217 1, 92 | is the cause not only of rational, but ~also of irrational 218 1, 92 | of God, and not only the rational creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 219 1, 92 | likeness to ~God, in the rational creature alone we find a 220 1, 92 | mind is that whereby ~the rational creature excels other creatures; 221 1, 92 | is not found even in the rational creature except in the mind; 222 1, 92 | the other parts, which the rational creature may happen to possess, 223 1, 92 | reference to such parts, the rational creature can be likened. 224 1, 92 | this difference between rational creatures and ~others, both 225 1, 92 | likeness of the Divine Nature, rational ~creatures seem to attain, 226 1, 92 | so we may say that in rational creatures wherein we find 227 1, 92 | Trin. ~xiv, 4): "If the rational soul is made to the image 228 1, 95 | given rightly save to a rational being. Therefore man had 229 1, 96 | with reason; for since the ~rational soul surpasses the capacity 230 1, 96 | we must observe that the ~rational soul is both soul and spirit. 231 1, 96 | the primitive state, the rational soul communicated to the 232 1, 99 | righteousness ~together with the rational soul."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 233 1, 99 | immediately on his receiving ~a rational soul. In the same way the 234 1, 99 | soul. In the same way the rational soul, which is not ~transmitted 235 1, 99 | righteousness. For the ~rational creature is confirmed in 236 1, 102 | the end, as man and other rational creatures; and ~such things 237 1, 102 | governed by ~another. But the rational creature can govern itself; 238 1, 102 | regards the way in which rational creatures are governed.~ 239 1, 102 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The rational creature governs itself 240 1, 102 | the government whereby the rational ~creature governs itself 241 1, 102 | bodies are ruled by the rational spirit of ~life; and the 242 1, 105 | form in the mind. But the rational mind is ~"informed by God 243 1, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The rational mind is formed immediately 244 1, 107 | angels, but ~also of all rational creatures, who can be participators 245 1, 107 | God knows and ~loves the rational creature He is said to sit 246 1, 107 | man, we should call him a "rational ~substance," but not an " 247 1, 108 | of life is ruled by the rational, pious, and just ~spirit 248 1, 109 | bodies are ~ruled by the rational spirit of life"; and Gregory 249 1, 112 | individual, which are the rational souls, which cannot be said 250 1, 112 | Further, a child has a rational soul for some time before 251 1, 112 | conferred by God on man as a rational ~being, are bestowed on 252 1, 117 | species ~is constituted by the rational soul. Therefore the rational 253 1, 117 | rational soul. Therefore the rational soul is from ~the begetter.~ 254 1, 117 | concurs in sin. But if the ~rational soul be created by God, 255 1, 117 | intercourse. ~Therefore the rational soul is not created by God.~ 256 1, 117 | Dogmat. xiv that "the ~rational soul is not engendered by 257 2, 1 | Whether this is proper to the rational nature?~(3) Whether a man' 258 2, 1 | Whether it is proper to the rational nature to act for an end?~ 259 2, 1 | that it is proper to the rational nature to act for ~an end. 260 2, 1 | it seems proper ~to the rational nature to act for an end.~ 261 2, 1 | end ~belongs to none but a rational nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 262 2, 1 | determination is effected, in the rational nature, ~by the "rational 263 2, 1 | rational nature, ~by the "rational appetite," which is called 264 2, 1 | Consequently it is proper to the rational nature to tend to ~an end, 265 2, 1 | particular ends by some rational will which extends to the ~ 266 2, 1 | so in the process of the ~rational appetite, i.e. the will, 267 2, 1 | principle in the process of the rational appetite is ~the last end. 268 2, 1 | this end. For man and other rational creatures ~attain to their 269 2, 2 | thing that he is ~a mortal rational animal, and another that 270 2, 2 | perfect good. For since ~the rational soul excels the capacity 271 2, 5 | happiness. For just as the ~rational is above the sensible nature, 272 2, 5 | intellectual is above the ~rational, as Dionysius declares ( 273 2, 5 | cannot attain the end of the rational nature. Therefore neither 274 2, 5 | neither can man, ~who is of rational nature, attain the end of 275 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The rational exceeds the sensitive nature, 276 2, 5 | intellectual surpasses the rational. For the rational exceeds 277 2, 5 | surpasses the rational. For the rational exceeds the ~sensitive nature 278 2, 5 | intellectual surpasses the rational ~nature, as to the mode 279 2, 5 | forthwith the truth which the rational nature ~reaches by the inquiry 280 2, 5 | grasps. Consequently the rational nature can ~attain Happiness, 281 2, 5 | medicine. And ~therefore the rational creature, which can attain 282 2, 6 | because the will is the rational appetite, which is proper 283 2, 6 | is an act consisting in a rational operation." Now such are 284 2, 6 | belongs to none ~but the rational nature. But imperfect knowledge 285 2, 6 | belongs to none but the rational nature: whereas the ~imperfect 286 2, 6 | will is the name of the rational appetite; and ~consequently 287 2, 6 | evil and contrary to the rational nature, nevertheless is ~ 288 2, 8 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, rational powers can be directed to 289 2, 8 | ix, 2). But the will is a rational ~power, since it is "in 290 2, 8 | answer that, The will is a rational appetite. Now every appetite 291 2, 8 | also the intellective or ~rational appetite, which we call 292 2, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A rational power is not to be directed 293 2, 9 | will is a power of the ~rational soul, which is caused by 294 2, 10 | 1/1~On the contrary, The rational powers, according to the 295 2, 10 | opposites. But the will is a rational ~power, since it is in the 296 2, 11 | Whether it belongs to the rational creature alone, or also 297 2, 11 | to enjoy belongs to the rational creature alone, or also 298 2, 11 | knowledge belongs to the rational nature alone. On the ~other 299 2, 11 | enjoyment ~belongs to the rational nature, in a perfect degree; 300 2, 12 | stands further apart from the rational ~nature, than does the sensitive 301 2, 13 | contrary, Choice is an act of a rational power; which according ~ 302 2, 15 | consent: this is proper to the rational ~nature, which has the command 303 2, 16 | 83, qu. 30): "None but a rational ~animal can make use of 304 2, 16 | And therefore none but a rational ~animal consents and uses.~ 305 2, 17 | commanded by reason, is ~rational by participation, as stated 306 2, 17 | power, which is essentially rational, is not commanded.~Aquin.: 307 2, 18 | Animals are divided into rational and ~irrational; and the 308 2, 21 | A[5]: and especially of rational creatures. ~Consequently 309 2, 24 | appetitive powers are called rational, in so ~far as "they partake 310 2, 24 | intellectual appetite: but every rational movement of the appetitive 311 2, 26 | appetite. ~And this is the rational or intellectual appetite, 312 2, 26 | or "intellectual" or ~"rational love." So that sensitive 313 2, 26 | refer to intellectual or rational love.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] 314 2, 26 | the ~will, and only in the rational nature. Charity denotes, 315 2, 28 | it includes intellectual, rational, animal, and natural love: ~ 316 2, 30 | natural, it ~must needs be rational. But this is impossible: 317 2, 30 | to the will, which is the rational appetite. Therefore there 318 2, 30 | irrational," but the ~latter, "rational." And because different 319 2, 30 | reason the Philosopher calls "rational" ~(Rhet. i, 11).~Aquin.: 320 2, 30 | 81], A[3]: so ~that even rational concupiscence may pertain 321 2, 31 | some are not ~natural but rational. Or, as Damascene (De Fide 322 2, 31 | be the object of joy in rational beings. And ~yet everything 323 2, 31 | them save in speaking of rational beings.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 324 2, 35 | contained therein: thus "rational" is added to "animal." Such 325 2, 46 | wherefore it is ~called the rational appetite. In another way, 326 2, 46 | and external, like unto rational movements, as stated above ~( 327 2, 46 | nature of this man as a ~rational being; then anger is more 328 2, 46 | imagination to something like rational action. Since then in man ~ 329 2, 50 | sense they are said to be rational, as ~stated in Ethic. i, 330 2, 50 | aptitude to be moved ~by the rational appetite, as stated in De 331 2, 50 | iii, text. 57: but the ~rational powers of apprehension have 332 2, 50 | the sensitive powers are rational, not ~by their essence, 333 2, 50 | understanding, in that which is rational by its essence. Wherefore 334 2, 50 | Now since the will is a ~rational power, it may be variously 335 2, 53 | since they also are in the rational soul, and, as ~the Philosopher 336 2, 55 | called virtues. But the rational powers, ~which are proper 337 2, 55 | to one act: ~not so the rational powers. And so there is 338 2, 55 | things, so is human virtue in rational beings. Therefore ~also 339 2, 55 | to the soul, ~namely, the rational forces, belong to man alone. 340 2, 56 | powers that are in some way rational, ~as we have said above ( 341 2, 56 | is entirely due to the rational powers. Now ~"virtue is 342 2, 56 | powers, ~but only in the rational powers.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 343 2, 56 | concupiscible ~powers, but of the rational power, as we have said above ( 344 2, 56 | But in so far as they are rational by participation, and are ~ 345 2, 56 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as the rational appetite, which is the will, 346 2, 56 | the will, which is the ~rational appetite, through being 347 2, 56 | concupiscible powers which are rational by participation. ~Therefore 348 2, 56 | concupiscible powers are ~rational by participation but "the 349 2, 57 | resides in the ~essentially rational faculty. Now even the speculative 350 2, 57 | another; for instance, the rational soul is more perfect ~than 351 2, 58 | a habit of choosing the rational mean." But every virtue 352 2, 58 | consists in following the rational mean in some ~way, as we 353 2, 58 | however, perfections of the ~rational faculty, and withstand the 354 2, 58 | faculty, which is moved by the rational faculty, is not ~perfect; 355 2, 58 | perfect; however perfect the rational faculty may be, the resulting ~ 356 2, 59 | virtues is a faculty which is ~rational by participation, as the 357 2, 59 | subject of the ~passions, is rational by participation, but also 358 2, 60 | so ~to say; because it is rational, not essentially, but by 359 2, 61 | that which is essentially rational: whereas the moral virtues ~ 360 2, 61 | belong to that which is rational by participation, as stated 361 2, 61 | viz. ~the power which is rational in its essence, and this 362 2, 61 | Prudence"; and that which is rational by participation, and is ~ 363 2, 61 | part of the soul which is rational by participation is ~threefold, 364 2, 63 | since man's form is his rational soul, while his ~matter 365 2, 63 | to him in respect of his rational ~soul, is natural to him 366 2, 63 | and, in consequence, the rational powers also, ~which the 367 2, 63 | nature, inasmuch as we ~are rational beings. The third objection 368 2, 64 | is the real mean or the rational ~mean?~(3) Whether the intellectual 369 2, 64 | is the real mean, or the rational mean?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[64] 370 2, 64 | moral virtue is not the rational ~mean, but the real mean. 371 2, 64 | moral virtue is not the ~rational, but the real mean.~Aquin.: 372 2, 64 | moral virtue is not the ~rational, but the real mean.~Aquin.: 373 2, 64 | 1/3~I answer that, The rational mean can be understood in 374 2, 64 | moral virtue is not the rational mean. ~Secondly, the mean 375 2, 64 | mean of moral ~virtue is a rational mean, since, as above stated ( 376 2, 64 | happens sometimes that the rational mean is also the real mean: ~ 377 2, 64 | other hand, sometimes the rational mean is not the real ~mean, 378 2, 64 | A[2]): ~wherefore the rational mean in justice is the same 379 2, 64 | two ~arguments take the rational mean as being in the very 380 2, 66 | part of the soul which is ~rational by participation; while 381 2, 66 | virtue is in the ~essentially rational part, as stated in Ethic. 382 2, 66 | stated in Ethic. i, 13. Now rational by ~essence is more excellent 383 2, 66 | essence is more excellent than rational by participation. Therefore ~ 384 2, 66 | simply, ~whereby a greater rational good shines forth, as stated 385 2, 66 | will, and the will is the ~rational appetite, as stated above ( 386 2, 66 | much the more does the ~rational good shine forth in each. 387 2, 67 | a horse, ~were it to be rational. Sometimes, however, the 388 2, 67 | that "if you take away ~rational, there remains living, and 389 2, 67 | has a sensitive nature, rational of ~that which has an intellectual 390 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: If "rational" be withdrawn, the remaining " 391 2, 71 | derives his species ~from his rational soul: and consequently whatever 392 2, 71 | a twofold nature in man, rational nature, and the ~sensitive 393 2, 72 | different species, e.g. "rational" and "irrational," ~"animate," 394 2, 74 | hinder man from using his rational will to check individual 395 2, 74 | prudence, which perfects the rational power; and the same applies ~ 396 2, 74 | of the will can be called rational, and the act of the ~reason, 397 2, 77 | Now the will, which is the rational ~appetite, is compared to 398 2, 77 | iii, text. 57) that "the ~rational appetite moves the sensitive 399 2, 77 | proper ~movement of the rational appetite or will must, of 400 2, 78 | and the appetite, both rational (i.e. ~the will) and sensitive. 401 2, 78 | power, it is inclined to the rational ~good, as its proper object; 402 2, 81 | subject to another. Now the rational soul which is the subject 403 2, 81 | sin, because it lacks the ~rational part of the soul, which 404 2, 81 | the subject of ~sin is the rational soul, maintained that the 405 2, 81 | soul, maintained that the rational soul is ~transmitted with 406 2, 81 | Wherefore granted that the rational soul ~were transmitted, 407 2, 81 | is not able to cause the rational soul, nevertheless the motion ~ 408 2, 81 | the transmission of the rational soul: ~so that the semen 409 2, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the rational soul created by God is infused 410 2, 83 | corrupt the liquid. But the rational soul is ~more precious than 411 2, 83 | its own power produce the rational soul, but ~disposes the 412 2, 83 | of sin. Now this ~is the rational part, and chiefly the will. 413 2, 85 | the very fact that he is a rational being; for it ~is due to 414 2, 85 | man the fact ~that he is a rational being, for then he would 415 2, 85 | for it is based on the rational nature as on its root, and 416 2, 85 | destroyed at last by the rational nature ~being entirely destroyed. 417 2, 85 | of the human body is the rational soul, as was ~proved in 418 2, 85 | perpetuity, except the ~rational soul; for the reason that 419 2, 85 | form of man which is the rational soul, in ~respect of its 420 2, 91 | Now among ~all others, the rational creature is subject to Divine 421 2, 91 | of the eternal law in the rational ~creature is called the 422 2, 91 | is nothing else than ~the rational creature's participation 423 2, 91 | Eternal Reason, just as the rational creature does. But because 424 2, 91 | creature does. But because the ~rational creature partakes thereof 425 2, 91 | thereof in an intellectual and rational ~manner, therefore the participation 426 2, 91 | of the eternal law in the rational ~creature is properly called 427 2, 91 | not partake thereof in a rational manner, wherefore there 428 2, 91 | therefore, should the ~rational creature have a Divine law 429 2, 93 | in His Essence. But every rational creature knows ~it in its 430 2, 93 | be promulgated except to rational ~creatures, to whom it is 431 2, 93 | announcement. Therefore none ~but rational creatures are subject to 432 2, 93 | of man extends only to ~rational creatures subject to man. 433 2, 93 | But he can ~impose laws on rational beings subject to him, in 434 2, 93 | providence; but not, as rational creatures are, ~through 435 2, 93 | on that account, being rational.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] A[ 436 2, 93 | above (A[5]). But since the rational nature, ~together with that 437 2, 93 | itself inasmuch as it is rational, consequently it is ~subject 438 2, 93 | ways; because while each rational ~creature has some knowledge 439 2, 94 | this proposition, "Man is a rational being," is, in its very ~ 440 2, 94 | who says "man," says "a rational being": and ~yet to one 441 2, 94 | heat. Wherefore, since the rational soul is ~the proper form 442 2, 94 | from the creation of the rational creature. It does not vary ~ 443 2, 95 | thing. Thus a soul either rational or ~irrational is contained 444 2, 95 | in respect of its being rational or ~irrational; but not 445 2, 102 | Israel. ~Fourthly, he had the rational, made of the same material; 446 2, 102 | fastened to the ephod. On ~this rational there were twelve precious 447 2, 102 | Truth" to be put in ~the rational: for certain matters regarding 448 2, 102 | indeed pretend that on the rational was placed a ~stone which 449 2, 102 | have been placed on the rational because in heaven, are ~ 450 2, 102 | of which ~they wore the rational. Fourthly, they had to lead 451 2, 109 | to every nature, not only rational but irrational, and ~even 452 2, 109 | this in the appetite of his rational will, which, unless it is 453 2, 110 | love, whereby He draws the rational creature above ~the condition 454 2, 110 | species ~of intellectual or rational nature. But the soul is 455 2, 110 | called intellectual or ~rational in its species, not that 456 2, 112 | angels and men." Now ~the rational creature is cleansed, enlightened, 457 2, 114 | differently, indeed, since the rational creature ~moves itself to 458 2, 2 | to west. Now the created rational nature alone is immediately ~ 459 2, 2 | and animals; whereas the ~rational nature, in as much as it 460 2, 2 | Consequently the perfection of the rational creature consists not only ~ 461 2, 4 | without prudence being in the rational part, ~temperance is not 462 2, 7 | Now it is evident that the rational ~creature is more excellent 463 2, 7 | From this impurity the rational creature is purified by ~ 464 2, 14 | pertains to the species of the rational soul, is never forfeit from 465 2, 18 | Again, the order of a ~rational creature is that it should 466 2, 18 | just as it is an evil for a rational creature to ~submit, by 467 2, 18 | this evil is possible to a rational creature considered as to 468 2, 23 | became worse. But man's is a rational nature, with which it is 469 2, 23 | charity is none other than the rational mind, so that such ~like 470 2, 23 | could only take place by one rational mind ~being added to another; 471 2, 23 | But the ~capacity of the rational creature who is the subject 472 2, 23 | OBJ 2: The capacity of the rational creature is increased by ~ 473 2, 23 | the potentiality of the rational mind, ~since every actual 474 2, 24 | to God. Now just as the rational creature is ~referable to 475 2, 24 | fellowship with man in the rational life. ~Therefore charity 476 2, 24 | this being proper to the rational creature which, through ~ 477 2, 24 | truly according to one's rational nature, so ~as to desire 478 2, 24 | the good look upon ~their rational nature or the inward man 479 2, 24 | sensitive nature but of our rational mind ~wherein we associate 480 2, 24 | fellowship with us in ~a rational mind. But the demons also 481 2, 24 | subject of charity is the rational mind that can be ~capable 482 2, 25 | an intellectual, or by a rational, or ~by an animal, or at 483 2, 25 | power ~cannot create the rational soul, yet it disposes the 484 2, 28 | which is ~opposed to the rational appetite, according to Gal. 485 2, 28 | only of the intellective or rational appetite, or of the animal 486 2, 28 | This is the last end of the rational creature, ~according to 487 2, 32 | nature, in as much as he is a rational animal: and when a thing ~ 488 2, 45 | appetitive rather than in the ~rational faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS 489 2, 45 | something more than a ~merely rational habit," such as art is, 490 2, 45 | since these belong to the ~rational faculty which directly regards 491 2, 45 | man, for as much as he is rational, has a share in ~ruling 492 2, 45 | counsel in so far as he is a rational animal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 493 2, 47 | whereas prudence is in the rational part (Ethic. vi, ~5). Therefore 494 2, 49 | speculative matters the rational science of ~dialectics, 495 2, 50 | Again, it is proper to the ~rational creature to be moved through 496 2, 50 | Ghost is said to move the rational creature by way of counsel, ~ 497 2, 50 | connected with the motion of the rational creature by God. ~Now we 498 2, 53 | for justice is in the rational appetite. Hence the undue 499 2, 56 | is the faculty which is "rational by ~participation," viz. 500 2, 56 | 1: Since the will is the rational appetite, when the rectitude ~


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