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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the demons are beings. But God is not 2 1, 8 | beings. But God is not in the demons; for ~there is no fellowship 3 1, 8 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: In the demons there is their nature which 4 1, 8 | conceded that God is in the demons, except with the ~addition, " 5 1, 13 | gods of ~the Gentiles are demons" (Ps. 95:5).~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 22 | affairs, he assigned to demons, whom the Platonic philosophers ~ 7 1, 51 | Gen. ad lit. iii): "The demons are called animals of the ~ 8 1, 51 | bodies." But ~the nature of demons and angels is the same. 9 1, 51 | animals, ~which they termed demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 10 1, 51 | occasionally begotten ~from demons, it is not from the seed 11 1, 51 | not from the seed of such demons, nor from their ~assumed 12 1, 52 | Augustine (De Trin. vi). But demons, although they do not obsess 13 1, 54 | perverted phantasy" in the demons. But phantasy belongs to 14 1, 54 | the imagination is in the ~demons; and for the same reason 15 1, 54 | contended that angels and demons have bodies ~naturally united 16 1, 54 | phantasy' is ~attributed to demons, since they have a false 17 1, 57 | then can angels, or ~even demons, the more deeply they penetrate 18 1, 57 | De divin. daemon.) that demons ~"sometimes with the greatest 19 1, 58 | bono i, 10) says that "demons learn ~more things by experience." 20 1, 58 | is affirmed of angels and demons simply by way ~of similitude, 21 1, 58 | perverted fancy" in the demons. Therefore it ~seems that 22 1, 58 | vii) affirms this of the demons. Therefore it seems ~that 23 1, 58 | But since the minds of demons ~are utterly perverted from 24 1, 58 | For the perversity of the demons comes of their not ~being 25 1, 59 | Div. Nom. iv) that in the ~demons there is "unreasonable fury 26 1, 59 | wild concupiscence." But demons ~are of the same nature 27 1, 59 | metaphorically said to be in the ~demons, as anger is sometimes attributed 28 1, 60 | as is the case with the demons, who have no love for ~the 29 1, 63 | the sin itself. But the demons delight even in the ~obscenities 30 1, 63 | also be carnal sins in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 31 1, 63 | guilt, all sins are in the ~demons; since by leading men to 32 1, 63 | those sins can be in the demons which can belong to ~a spiritual 33 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The demons do not delight in the obscenities 34 1, 63 | value of money; to these demons are ~not at all inclined, 35 1, 63 | the pride which is in the demons. ~Anger implies passion, 36 1, 63 | exist metaphorically in the demons. Sloth is a kind of sadness, ~ 37 1, 63 | which does not apply to the demons. So it is evident that pride ~ 38 1, 63 | sins which can be found in demons; yet so ~that envy is not 39 1, 63 | and pride, as found in the demons, are comprised ~all other 40 1, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any demons are naturally wicked?~Aquin.: 41 1, 63 | It would seem that some demons are naturally wicked. For 42 1, 63 | There is a class of ~demons of crafty nature, pretending 43 1, 63 | be evil. Therefore some demons are ~naturally wicked.~Aquin.: 44 1, 63 | Therefore, although the demons are God's creatures, they 45 1, 63 | Div. Nom. iv) that "the demons are not ~naturally wicked."~ 46 1, 63 | will. ~Hence, since the demons are intellectual substances, 47 1, 63 | Porphyry for saying that the demons are ~naturally deceitful; 48 1, 63 | was that, as he contended, demons are animals with a ~sensitive 49 1, 63 | good angels. Therefore the demons likewise could sin in the ~ 50 1, 63 | among them were also the ~demons. Therefore the demons were 51 1, 63 | the ~demons. Therefore the demons were at some time good.~ 52 1, 63 | have maintained that the demons were wicked ~straightway 53 1, 63 | whereby the sins of ~the demons are understood by the term 54 1, 63 | good; whereas some of the demons ~were good, and some bad; 55 1, 63 | calling by the name of "demons" the ~intellectual substances 56 1, 63 | has been said (A[2]), ~the demons' sin was pride; and the 57 1, 63 | appears in this, that all the demons are ~subjects of that highest 58 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the demons all sinned in the one instant, 59 1, 63 | it was not ~against the demons' pride for them to wish 60 1, 63 | are not attributed to ~demons; since they are derived 61 1, 64 | THE PUNISHMENT OF THE DEMONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~It now remains 62 1, 64 | with the punishment of the demons; ~under which heading there 63 1, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the demons' intellect is darkened by 64 1, 64 | It would seem that the demons' intellect is darkened by 65 1, 64 | substances. Therefore the demons are deprived of all knowledge 66 1, 64 | light of the sun. But ~the demons cannot know God, Who is 67 1, 64 | morning and evening. But the ~demons have no morning knowledge, 68 1, 64 | Gn. 1]). Therefore the demons can have no ~knowledge of 69 1, 64 | De Civ. Dei xi). ~But the demons are deprived of such knowledge: " 70 1, 64 | by ~discovery. Now, the demons cannot know the truth by 71 1, 64 | gifts were bestowed upon the demons which, we say, have not 72 1, 64 | away nor lessened in the demons. For it follows from the 73 1, 64 | God remains also in the demons. Although they do not possess ~ 74 1, 64 | as is the case with the demons, it is ~not called evening, 75 1, 64 | the Word, which vision the demons never had. Yet all the angels ~ 76 1, 64 | apprehend it; hence the demons much less fully ~understood 77 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The demons know a truth in three ways: 78 1, 64 | Whether the will of the demons is obstinate in evil?~Aquin.: 79 1, 64 | seem that the will of the demons is not obstinate in ~evil. 80 1, 64 | which nature remains in the demons, as we said above (A[1]). 81 1, 64 | to evil. ~Therefore the demons' will is not so obstinate 82 1, 64 | it is greater than the ~demons' malice, which is finite. 83 1, 64 | s mercy. Therefore the ~demons can likewise return from 84 1, 64 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the demons have a will obstinate in 85 1, 64 | Q[63], A[8]), the lower demons fell through the highest 86 1, 64 | of God" (Mk. 1:24). ~"The demons" also "believe and tremble" ( 87 1, 64 | this is understood of the demons. ~Therefore they remain 88 1, 64 | Scripture, which declares that demons and wicked men ~shall be 89 1, 64 | and that the will ~of the demons is obstinate in evil.~Aquin.: 90 1, 64 | Whether there is sorrow in the demons?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 91 1, 64 | there is no sorrow in the demons. For since ~sorrow and joy 92 1, 64 | But there is joy in the demons: for Augustine writing against ~ 93 1, 64 | there is no sorrow in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 94 1, 64 | there is no fear in the demons, according to Job 41:24, " 95 1, 64 | there is no grief in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 96 1, 64 | sorry for evil. But the demons ~can do no good action. 97 1, 64 | passions, cannot exist in the demons; for thus they are proper 98 1, 64 | will, they can be in the ~demons. And it must be said that 99 1, 64 | it is evident that the ~demons would wish many things not 100 1, 64 | As there is sorrow in the demons over present evil, so also ~ 101 1, 64 | Whether our atmosphere is the demons' place of punishment?~Aquin.: 102 1, 64 | this atmosphere is not the demons' place of ~punishment. For 103 1, 64 | place of punishment for ~demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 104 1, 64 | sin is not graver than the demons'. But man's ~place of punishment 105 1, 64 | more, therefore, is it the demons' ~place of punishment; and 106 1, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the demons are punished with the pain 107 1, 64 | place of punishment for the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 108 1, 64 | atmosphere is as a prison to the demons until the judgment day."~ 109 1, 64 | punishment ~is due to the demons: one, by reason of their 110 1, 64 | angels and wrestling with demons ~endure until then. Hence 111 1, 64 | sent to us here; ~and the demons are in this dark atmosphere 112 1, 64 | order of nature, as ~the demons are over men in the order 113 1, 64 | that the pain of sense for demons and ~souls is postponed 114 1, 64 | of souls, admit it ~as to demons. But it is better to say 115 1, 64 | said, that although the ~demons are not actually bound within 116 1, 66 | says that Porphyry sets the demons apart from the ~angels by 117 1, 67 | darkness was not, for even the demons were ~in the beginning good, 118 1, 52 | Gen. ad lit. iii): "The demons are called animals of the ~ 119 1, 52 | bodies." But ~the nature of demons and angels is the same. 120 1, 52 | animals, ~which they termed demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 121 1, 52 | occasionally begotten ~from demons, it is not from the seed 122 1, 52 | not from the seed of such demons, nor from their ~assumed 123 1, 53 | Augustine (De Trin. vi). But demons, although they do not obsess 124 1, 55 | perverted phantasy" in the demons. But phantasy belongs to 125 1, 55 | the imagination is in the ~demons; and for the same reason 126 1, 55 | contended that angels and demons have bodies ~naturally united 127 1, 55 | phantasy' is ~attributed to demons, since they have a false 128 1, 58 | then can angels, or ~even demons, the more deeply they penetrate 129 1, 58 | De divin. daemon.) that demons ~"sometimes with the greatest 130 1, 59 | bono i, 10) says that "demons learn ~more things by experience." 131 1, 59 | is affirmed of angels and demons simply by way ~of similitude, 132 1, 59 | perverted fancy" in the demons. Therefore it ~seems that 133 1, 59 | vii) affirms this of the demons. Therefore it seems ~that 134 1, 59 | But since the minds of demons ~are utterly perverted from 135 1, 59 | For the perversity of the demons comes of their not ~being 136 1, 60 | Div. Nom. iv) that in the ~demons there is "unreasonable fury 137 1, 60 | wild concupiscence." But demons ~are of the same nature 138 1, 60 | metaphorically said to be in the ~demons, as anger is sometimes attributed 139 1, 61 | as is the case with the demons, who have no love for ~the 140 1, 64 | the sin itself. But the demons delight even in the ~obscenities 141 1, 64 | also be carnal sins in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 142 1, 64 | guilt, all sins are in the ~demons; since by leading men to 143 1, 64 | those sins can be in the demons which can belong to ~a spiritual 144 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The demons do not delight in the obscenities 145 1, 64 | value of money; to these demons are ~not at all inclined, 146 1, 64 | the pride which is in the demons. ~Anger implies passion, 147 1, 64 | exist metaphorically in the demons. Sloth is a kind of sadness, ~ 148 1, 64 | which does not apply to the demons. So it is evident that pride ~ 149 1, 64 | sins which can be found in demons; yet so ~that envy is not 150 1, 64 | and pride, as found in the demons, are comprised ~all other 151 1, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any demons are naturally wicked?~Aquin.: 152 1, 64 | It would seem that some demons are naturally wicked. For 153 1, 64 | There is a class of ~demons of crafty nature, pretending 154 1, 64 | be evil. Therefore some demons are ~naturally wicked.~Aquin.: 155 1, 64 | Therefore, although the demons are God's ~creatures, they 156 1, 64 | Div. Nom. iv) that "the demons are not ~naturally wicked."~ 157 1, 64 | will. ~Hence, since the demons are intellectual substances, 158 1, 64 | Porphyry for saying that the demons are ~naturally deceitful; 159 1, 64 | was that, as he contended, demons are animals with a ~sensitive 160 1, 64 | good angels. Therefore the demons likewise could sin in the ~ 161 1, 64 | among them were also the ~demons. Therefore the demons were 162 1, 64 | the ~demons. Therefore the demons were at some time good.~ 163 1, 64 | have maintained that the demons were wicked ~straightway 164 1, 64 | whereby the sins of ~the demons are understood by the term 165 1, 64 | good; whereas some of the demons ~were good, and some bad; 166 1, 64 | calling by the name of "demons" the ~intellectual substances 167 1, 64 | has been said (A[2]), ~the demons' sin was pride; and the 168 1, 64 | appears in this, that all the demons are ~subjects of that highest 169 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the demons all sinned in the one instant, 170 1, 64 | it was not ~against the demons' pride for them to wish 171 1, 64 | are not attributed to ~demons; since they are derived 172 1, 65 | THE PUNISHMENT OF THE DEMONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~It now remains 173 1, 65 | with the punishment of the demons; ~under which heading there 174 1, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the demons' intellect is darkened by 175 1, 65 | It would seem that the demons' intellect is darkened by 176 1, 65 | substances. Therefore the demons are deprived of all knowledge 177 1, 65 | light of the sun. But ~the demons cannot know God, Who is 178 1, 65 | morning and evening. But the ~demons have no morning knowledge, 179 1, 65 | Gn. 1]). Therefore the demons can have no ~knowledge of 180 1, 65 | De Civ. Dei xi). ~But the demons are deprived of such knowledge: " 181 1, 65 | by ~discovery. Now, the demons cannot know the truth by 182 1, 65 | were ~bestowed upon the demons which, we say, have not 183 1, 65 | away nor ~lessened in the demons. For it follows from the 184 1, 65 | God remains also in the demons. Although they do not possess ~ 185 1, 65 | as is the case with the demons, it is ~not called evening, 186 1, 65 | the Word, which vision the demons never had. Yet all the angels ~ 187 1, 65 | apprehend it; hence the demons much less fully ~understood 188 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The demons know a truth in three ways: 189 1, 65 | Whether the will of the demons is obstinate in evil?~Aquin.: 190 1, 65 | seem that the will of the demons is not obstinate in ~evil. 191 1, 65 | which nature remains in the demons, as we said above (A[1]). 192 1, 65 | to evil. ~Therefore the demons' will is not so obstinate 193 1, 65 | it is greater than the ~demons' malice, which is finite. 194 1, 65 | s mercy. Therefore the ~demons can likewise return from 195 1, 65 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the demons have a will obstinate in 196 1, 65 | Q[63], A[8]), the lower demons fell through the highest 197 1, 65 | of God" (Mk. 1:24). ~"The demons" also "believe and tremble" ( 198 1, 65 | this is understood of the demons. ~Therefore they remain 199 1, 65 | Scripture, which declares that demons and wicked men ~shall be 200 1, 65 | and that the will ~of the demons is obstinate in evil.~Aquin.: 201 1, 65 | Whether there is sorrow in the demons?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 202 1, 65 | there is no sorrow in the demons. For since ~sorrow and joy 203 1, 65 | But there is joy in the demons: for Augustine writing against ~ 204 1, 65 | there is no sorrow in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 205 1, 65 | there is no fear in the demons, according to Job 41:24, " 206 1, 65 | there is no grief in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 207 1, 65 | sorry for evil. But the demons ~can do no good action. 208 1, 65 | passions, cannot exist in the demons; for thus they are proper 209 1, 65 | will, they can be in the ~demons. And it must be said that 210 1, 65 | it is evident that the ~demons would wish many things not 211 1, 65 | As there is sorrow in the demons over present evil, so also ~ 212 1, 65 | Whether our atmosphere is the demons' place of punishment?~Aquin.: 213 1, 65 | this atmosphere is not the demons' place of ~punishment. For 214 1, 65 | place of punishment for ~demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 215 1, 65 | sin is not graver than the demons'. But man's ~place of punishment 216 1, 65 | more, therefore, is it the demons' ~place of punishment; and 217 1, 65 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the demons are punished with the pain 218 1, 65 | place of punishment for the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 219 1, 65 | atmosphere is as a prison to the demons until the judgment day."~ 220 1, 65 | punishment ~is due to the demons: one, by reason of their 221 1, 65 | angels and wrestling with demons ~endure until then. Hence 222 1, 65 | sent to us here; ~and the demons are in this dark atmosphere 223 1, 65 | order of nature, as ~the demons are over men in the order 224 1, 65 | that the pain of sense for demons and ~souls is postponed 225 1, 65 | of souls, admit it ~as to demons. But it is better to say 226 1, 65 | said, that although the ~demons are not actually bound within 227 1, 67 | says that Porphyry sets the demons apart from the ~angels by 228 1, 68 | darkness was not, for even the demons were ~in the beginning good, 229 1, 85 | or, by the influence of ~demons, when the imagination is 230 1, 85 | the future known to the ~demons, as explained above (Q[57], 231 1, 88 | which neither ~angels, nor demons, nor separated souls, know 232 1, 88 | accordance with the opinion that ~demons have bodies naturally united 233 1, 88 | thither, or by angels and demons, or even by "the revelation 234 1, 88 | apparition was procured by the demons; unless, indeed, the ~authority 235 1, 94 | sin; ~since even in the demons the natural gifts remained 236 1, 94 | state man could hate the demons' malice, as ~he could love 237 1, 104 | matter. Hence angels and demons operate on visible ~matter; 238 1, 107 | miracles, to coerce the demons, and the like; which do ~ 239 1, 107 | lead on to good, so do the demons to ~what is evil. But it 240 1, 107 | bad men are ~changed into demons; for Chrysostom rejects 241 1, 107 | miracles, by coercing the demons, or by doing something of 242 1, 107 | transferred to the ~penalty of demons; but some erroneously stated 243 1, 107 | erroneously stated that the demons are ~nothing but souls of 244 1, 108 | there are orders among the demons?~(2) Whether among them 245 1, 108 | there are orders among the demons?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 246 1, 108 | are no orders among the demons. For ~order belongs to good, 247 1, 108 | under a hierarchy. But ~the demons are not in a hierarchy, 248 1, 108 | holiness. Therefore among the ~demons there are no orders.~Aquin.: 249 1, 108 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the demons fell from every one of the 250 1, 108 | supposed. Therefore, if some demons are said to belong to an ~ 251 1, 108 | perfection of glory, then the demons are not in the angelic orders, 252 1, 108 | grace, in ~that view the demons were at the time in the 253 1, 108 | so there is order in the demons, as ~possessing a good nature.~ 254 1, 108 | consider the ordering of the demons on the part of ~God Who 255 1, 108 | sacred; for He uses the demons for Himself; ~but on the 256 1, 108 | but on the part of the demons' will it is not a sacred 257 1, 108 | Para. 1/1~Whether among the demons there is precedence?~Aquin.: 258 1, 108 | no precedence among the demons. For ~every precedence is 259 1, 108 | order of justice. But the demons ~are wholly fallen from 260 1, 108 | not to be found ~among the demons, according to the text, " 261 1, 108 | no precedence among ~the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 262 1, 108 | in that case the superior demons who have sinned the most ~ 263 1, 108 | no ~precedence among the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 264 1, 108 | angels, men over men, and demons over demons."~Aquin.: SMT 265 1, 108 | over men, and demons over demons."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] 266 1, 108 | have said (A[1]), that the demons are by natural order subject 267 1, 108 | natural ~disposition of the demons requires that there should 268 1, 108 | 1: The authority of the demons is not founded on their ~ 269 1, 108 | OBJ 2: The concord of the demons, whereby some obey others, 270 1, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The demons are not equal in nature; 271 1, 108 | is enlightenment in the demons?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 272 1, 108 | enlightenment is in the demons. For ~enlightenment means 273 1, 108 | Therefore the superior demons can enlighten the inferior.~ 274 1, 108 | the moon. But the superior demons abound ~in the participation 275 1, 108 | seems that the ~superior demons can enlighten the inferior.~ 276 1, 108 | cleanse does not befit the demons, ~according to the words: " 277 1, 108 | properly speaking among the ~demons. For, as above explained ( 278 1, 108 | in the angels, or in the ~demons, because, as above explained ( 279 1, 108 | natural light in the superior demons ~does not prove that they 280 1, 108 | their subjects. But the demons do much evil. Therefore 281 1, 108 | explained (A[2]). But if the demons fell from every order, as 282 1, 108 | commonly said, many of the demons are superior to many good 283 1, 108 | of which perfection the demons are deprived; and therefore ~ 284 1, 108 | Divine justice requires ~the demons to do anything for the punishment 285 1, 108 | enlightenment on the part of the ~demons, for these do not direct 286 1, 108 | natural order presides over ~demons, although these may be naturally 287 1, 109 | it is to preside over the demons are of ~the order of the " 288 1, 109 | because they are "heard by the demons," as he says elsewhere in 289 1, 109 | Augustine]. Therefore the demons can work miracles. Therefore 290 1, 109 | Therefore the angels and demons ~can work miracles.~Aquin.: 291 1, 109 | regards ourselves. So when the demons do ~anything of their own 292 1, 109 | work miracles through the demons; and these are said to be 293 1, 110 | passion is contrived by the demons and put into men" (De Fide ~ 294 1, 112 | the "Powers" to coerce the demons, the "Virtues" to work ~ 295 1, 112 | necessary to coerce the demons, which belongs most of all 296 1, 112 | Virtues"; and likewise the demons by the "Powers," and the 297 1, 112 | lowest order can coerce the ~demons, and work miracles.~Aquin.: 298 1, 112 | against the assaults of the demons. ~But men who are foreknown 299 1, 112 | account ~of the snares of the demons; as was proved by the event. 300 1, 112 | and others. For even the ~demons are held off by the good 301 1, 112 | instance to ward off the demons, ~and to prevent both bodily 302 1, 112 | 1/1~On the contrary, The demons are ever assailing us, according 303 1, 112 | caused by ~some prince of the demons having led the Jewish captives 304 1, 113 | OF THE ASSAULTS OF THE DEMONS (FIVE ARTICLES) ~We now 305 1, 113 | consider the assaults of the demons. Under this head there are ~ 306 1, 113 | men are assailed by the demons?~(2) Whether to tempt is 307 1, 113 | assaults or ~temptations of the demons?~(4) Whether they can work 308 1, 113 | astray?~(5) Whether the demons who are overcome by men, 309 1, 113 | men are assailed by the demons?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 310 1, 113 | are not assailed by the demons. For angels ~are sent by 311 1, 113 | by God to guard man. But demons are not sent by God: for 312 1, 113 | not sent by God: for the ~demons' intention is the loss of 313 1, 113 | salvation of ~souls. Therefore demons are not deputed to assail 314 1, 113 | and ~ignorant, whereas the demons are strong and astute. It 315 1, 113 | men should be ~assailed by demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 316 1, 113 | them to be assailed by the ~demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 317 1, 113 | considered in the assault of the ~demons - the assault itself, and 318 1, 113 | due to the malice of the demons, who through envy endeavor 319 1, 113 | author. Nevertheless the demons who are sent to punish, 320 1, 113 | sign of ignorance. But the demons know ~what happens among 321 1, 113 | among men. Therefore the demons do not tempt.~Aquin.: SMT 322 1, 113 | will. Since therefore the demons cannot change man's will, 323 1, 113 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The demons know what happens outwardly 324 1, 113 | that "the multitude of demons is ~the cause of all evils, 325 1, 113 | deputed to guard men, so demons are ~deputed to assail men. 326 1, 113 | sins are not due to the demons' ~instigation. Nevertheless 327 1, 113 | not sometimes ~due to the demons' suggestion.~Aquin.: SMT 328 1, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether demons can lead men astray by means 329 1, 113 | It would seem that the demons cannot lead men astray by 330 1, 113 | For the activity of the demons will show itself especially ~ 331 1, 113 | therefore at other times do the demons ~perform lying wonders.~ 332 1, 113 | some corporeal change. But ~demons are unable to change the 333 1, 113 | or power." Therefore the ~demons cannot work real miracles. ~ 334 1, 113 | miracles can be wrought by demons, to persuade one of what ~ 335 1, 113 | in the strict sense, the demons cannot work ~miracles, nor 336 1, 113 | and experience. And thus demons can work miracles, that 337 1, 113 | although these works of demons which ~appear marvelous 338 1, 113 | magicians of Pharaoh by the demons' ~power produced real serpents 339 1, 113 | angels at their will, so that demons be able ~by their power 340 1, 113 | by the operation of the ~demons, by the employment of these 341 1, 113 | by the ~operation of the demons; for instance, that the 342 1, 113 | effected by the ~operation of demons, it is not real but a mere 343 1, 113 | Therefore the conquered demons are not prevented from ~ 344 1, 114 | human acts?~(5) Whether demons are subject to their influence?~( 345 1, 114 | Trin. iii, 8,9) says that demons produce ~certain results 346 1, 114 | results, we speak of the demons as employing seeds.~Aquin.: 347 1, 114 | heavenly bodies can act on the demons?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 348 1, 114 | heavenly bodies can act on the demons. For the ~demons, according 349 1, 114 | on the demons. For the ~demons, according to certain phases 350 1, 114 | heavenly bodies. ~Therefore the demons are subject to them.~Aquin.: 351 1, 114 | in order to ~invoke the demons. But these would not be 352 1, 114 | inferior bodies. ~But the demons are confined to certain 353 1, 114 | more ~therefore are the demons subject to the action of 354 1, 114 | 1/1~On the contrary, The demons are superior in the order 355 1, 114 | xii, 16). Therefore the demons are not subject to the ~ 356 1, 114 | three opinions about the demons. In the ~first place the 357 1, 114 | denied the existence of demons; and held ~that what is 358 1, 114 | what is ascribed to the demons, according to the necromantic 359 1, 114 | many things are done by demons, for which the power of ~ 360 1, 114 | Platonists were led to hold that demons are "animals ~with an aerial 361 1, 114 | which it could be said that demons are ~subject to heavenly 362 1, 114 | A[1]): for we hold that demons are spiritual ~substances 363 1, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: That demons harass men, according to 364 1, 114 | culminate: ~wherefore the demons, according to certain phases 365 1, 114 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Demons when summoned through certain 366 1, 114 | De Civ. Dei xxi, 6), the "demons are ~enticed through various 367 1, 115 | by ~the ingenuity of the demons, whether by some of these, 368 1, 116 | hidden deed, the spiteful demons ~co-operate in this, as 369 1, 116 | xxviii in Matt.) say, the demons often pretend to be the 370 2, 63 | by sin, since even in the demons natural gifts remain, ~as 371 2, 80 | humors can be procured by the demons, whether man sleep or wake: 372 2, 80 | iv) that the "crowd of demons ~are the cause of all evils, 373 2, 80 | Reply OBJ 1: The crowd of demons are the cause of all our 374 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The demons incite man to all such things 375 2, 100 | into a compact with the demons.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 376 2, 102 | reverenced the ram (because ~demons appeared under the form 377 2, 102 | indeed to offer it to the demons, ~whom the Gentiles worshipped 378 2, 5 | state?~(2) Whether the demons have faith?~(3) Whether 379 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Whether in the demons there is faith?~Aquin.: 380 2, 5 | It would seem that the demons have no faith. For Augustine 381 2, 5 | no deliberate will of the demons is good, as stated above ( 382 2, 5 | 5), it seems that in the demons there is no faith.~Aquin.: 383 2, 5 | husks of the grapes," the demons lost their gifts of grace 384 2, 5 | faith did not remain in the demons after they sinned.~Aquin.: 385 2, 5 | men. ~Consequently, if the demons have faith, some men would 386 2, 5 | graver than that of the demons, which seems unreasonable. 387 2, 5 | unreasonable. Therefore in ~the demons there is no faith.~Aquin.: 388 2, 5 | way faith is not in the demons, but ~only in the second 389 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The demons are, in a way, compelled 390 2, 5 | Consequently the faith which the demons have, is not a gift of ~ 391 2, 5 | are so evident, that ~the demons are compelled to believe, 392 2, 18 | good, since it is in ~the demons, according to James 2:19, " 393 2, 24 | Whether we ought to love the demons?~(12) How to enumerate the 394 2, 24 | we are bound to love the demons out of charity?~Aquin.: 395 2, 24 | that we ought to love the demons out of charity. ~For the 396 2, 24 | a rational mind. But the demons also share in our fellowship 397 2, 24 | Therefore we ought to love the demons ~out of charity.~Aquin.: 398 2, 24 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the demons differ from the blessed 399 2, 24 | Therefore he ought to love the demons also out of charity.~Aquin.: 400 2, 24 | quoted above (A[9]). Now the demons are useful to us in many ~ 401 2, 24 | Therefore we ought to love the demons out of ~charity.~Aquin.: 402 2, 24 | to have charity for the demons who live in hell and compass 403 2, 24 | deformed by sin, wherefore demons ~should not be loved out 404 2, 24 | whether the spirits called demons ought to be ~loved out of 405 2, 24 | of charity towards the ~demons. For it is an essential 406 2, 24 | love ~the nature of the demons even out of charity, in 407 2, 24 | angels, but not towards the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 408 2, 24 | in the same case as the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 409 2, 24 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: That the demons are useful to us is due 410 2, 75 | produced by the art of the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 411 2, 76 | his sin of swearing by demons, but to his good compact 412 2, 83 | De Civ. Dei x, 19), "the demons rejoice, not in the stench 413 2, 88 | is lawful to adjure the demons?~(3) Whether it is lawful 414 2, 88 | is lawful to adjure the demons?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] A[ 415 2, 88 | seem unlawful to adjure the demons. Origen says (Tract. ~xxxv, 416 2, 88 | Matth.): "To adjure the demons is not accordance with the ~ 417 2, 88 | not lawful to adjure the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] A[ 418 2, 88 | incantations when invoking ~the demons by something Divine: and 419 2, 88 | be lawful to adjure the demons, it is lawful to make use 420 2, 88 | have fellowship with the ~demons, according to 1 Cor. 10: 421 2, 88 | not lawful to adjure the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] A[ 422 2, 88 | is lawful to adjure the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] A[ 423 2, 88 | not ~lawful to adjure the demons because such a way seems 424 2, 88 | unlawful to bear towards the ~demons. As to the second kind of 425 2, 88 | course of this life the demons are our adversaries: and 426 2, 88 | Accordingly we may repulse the demons, as being our ~enemies, 427 2, 88 | revelation, make use of the ~demons' actions in order to obtain 428 2, 88 | instrumentality of the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] A[ 429 2, 88 | Necromancers adjure and invoke the demons in order to ~obtain or learn 430 2, 88 | here, lest we believe the demons, ~however much they speak 431 2, 88 | other hand, to repulse the demons by ~adjuring them, is to 432 2, 88 | whereby the power of the demons is expelled from ~an irrational 433 2, 88 | not lawful to adjure the demons by ~beseeching them to help 434 2, 90 | superstition, which consults the demons through ~compacts made with 435 2, 90 | or covenant made with the demons for the purpose ~of consultation 436 2, 90 | on certain actions of the demons: ~and thus they pertain 437 2, 92 | effects by the power of the demons: wherefore they deemed that ~ 438 2, 92 | bodies, and beneath these the demons which they ~stated to be 439 2, 92 | fellowship of the gods or of the demons by reason of the merit of 440 2, 92 | except from their" (i.e. the ~demons') "teaching, what each of 441 2, 92 | was on the part of ~the demons, who offered themselves 442 2, 93 | Of divination by means of demons;~(5) Of divination by the 443 2, 93 | is an operation of ~the demons in the administering of 444 2, 93 | enslaved ~themselves to the demons, by means of lots, omens, 445 2, 93 | by the operation of ~the demons." Now, according to Augustine ( 446 2, 93 | from fellowship between demons and men is ~superstitious." 447 2, 93 | idolatrous ~sacrifices offered to demons, but also recourse to the 448 2, 93 | recourse to the help of the demons ~for the purpose of doing 449 2, 93 | divination results ~from the demons' operation, either because 450 2, 93 | operation, either because the demons are expressly ~invoked that 451 2, 93 | made known, or because the demons thrust ~themselves into 452 2, 93 | pertains to the worship of the ~demons, inasmuch as one enters 453 2, 93 | tacit or express with the ~demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 454 2, 93 | entering into compact with the ~demons in order to know the future. 455 2, 93 | the FP, Q[57], A[3]. When demons are expressly invoked, they 456 2, 93 | sacrificed on the altars of demons, "aruspicy."~Aquin.: SMT 457 2, 93 | express invocation of the ~demons is of two kinds. The first 458 2, 93 | express ~invocation of the demons, belongs that which is practiced 459 2, 93 | The ~first is when the demons are invoked openly, this 460 2, 93 | grievous to invoke ~the demons than to do things that deserve 461 2, 93 | things that deserve the demons' interference.~Aquin.: SMT 462 2, 93 | practiced by invoking the demons is unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT 463 2, 93 | practiced by invoking the demons is ~not unlawful. Christ 464 2, 93 | seems lawful to question the demons about the occult.~Aquin.: 465 2, 93 | consists in ~questioning demons is not unlawful.~Aquin.: 466 2, 93 | can be known through the demons, as in the discovery ~of 467 2, 93 | divination by questioning demons is not unlawful.~Aquin.: 468 2, 93 | All divination by invoking demons is unlawful for two ~reasons. 469 2, 93 | seek knowledge from the demons."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 470 2, 93 | a compact made with the demons. But divination by the stars ~ 471 2, 93 | the interference of the demons. ~Hence Augustine says ( 472 2, 93 | soul become the dupe of the demons and by making a compact 473 2, 93 | due to the ~action of the demons that certain images appear 474 2, 93 | by a revelation ~of the demons, with whom a compact has 475 2, 93 | and ~vomited Jonas, or by demons, who make use of these actions 476 2, 93 | according to the action of the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 477 2, 93 | the interference of the demons, ~so that a divination of 478 2, 93 | is sometimes ascribed to demons. Thus we read (Ezech. 21: 479 2, 93 | recourse to consulting the demons, yet does this custom ~also 480 2, 94 | wrong to inquire of the demons concerning the future is 481 2, 94 | being proper to God. Yet the demons ~know scientific truths: 482 2, 94 | more ~to the knowledge of demons, who are of keener intellect, 483 2, 94 | its result ~through the demons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 484 2, 94 | which search relies on the demons' help. Now through the observances 485 2, 94 | upon by compact with the demons" [*Augustine, De Doctr. ~ 486 2, 94 | or covenant made with the demons for the purpose of ~consultation 487 2, 94 | either from God or from the demons. Now ~it is certain that 488 2, 94 | it does not belong to the demons to enlighten the ~intellect, 489 2, 94 | knowledge by means of the demons. ~Hence Augustine says ( 490 2, 94 | the ~operations "of the demons, so as to be fitted to see 491 2, 94 | scientific conclusions. The demons may, ~however, be able by 492 2, 94 | knowledge of the future from the demons is a sin ~not only because 493 2, 94 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the demons too are able to alter bodies 494 2, 94 | tokens entered into with the demons" [*Augustine, De Doctr. 495 2, 94 | Civ. Dei xxi, 6): "The ~demons are allured by means of 496 2, 94 | are to be ascribed to the demons, who delude the souls that 497 2, 94 | from the actions of the demons: a sign of this is that 498 2, 94 | agreements made with the demons: whereas ~in the other images 499 2, 94 | divine majesty, to Whom the ~demons are subject, that God should 500 2, 94 | entrusted with power over the demons, to ~employ them to whatsoever


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