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1 1, 3 | Let us make man to our image and likeness" (Gn. 1:26). 2 1, 3 | Now a figure is ~called an image, according to the text: " 3 1, 3 | and the figure," i.e. the image, "of His substance" (Heb. 4 1, 3 | is said to be after the image of God, not as regards ~ 5 1, 3 | Let us make man to our image and likeness", it is ~added, " 6 1, 3 | said to be according to the image of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 4 | Let us make man to our image and ~likeness" (Gn. 1:26), 8 1, 12 | intellect through any ~created image?~(3) Whether the essence 9 1, 12 | Neither is there sense, nor image, nor opinion, nor reason, 10 1, 12 | created intellect through an ~image?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 11 1, 12 | of God is seen through an image by the ~created intellect. 12 1, 12 | knowledge of him in his image. Hence to know things thus 13 1, 12 | from the similitude of an image we ~can form in our minds 14 1, 12 | similitude of the original of the image. Thus ~Paul, or any other 15 1, 13 | Let us make man to our image and likeness," it seems ~ 16 1, 14 | intellect, because we ~are the image of God in our mind, as Augustine 17 1, 14 | eye sees a man through the image of a ~man. A thing is seen 18 1, 14 | seen in another through the image of that which contains ~ 19 1, 14 | seen in the whole by the image of the whole; or ~when a 20 1, 14 | seen in a mirror by the image in the mirror, or by any ~ 21 1, 14 | its substance, but by its image, according to which ~it 22 1, 14 | not in the soul, but its image." Now those ~things which 23 1, 14 | in act. And this is the image of the principal thing ~ 24 1, 14 | has in the eye; but by the image of the ~stone which is in 25 1, 14 | knowledge. For the sensible image in sense is the likeness 26 1, 15 | understood, and not ~as the image whereby he understands, 27 1, 32 | complete happiness. Nor is the image in our mind an ~adequate 28 1, 33 | to Col. 1:15: "Who is the image of the ~invisible God, the 29 1, 33 | of the likeness of His ~image, according to Dt. 32:6: " 30 1, 33 | made conformable to the ~image of His Son."~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 33 | some were conformed to the image of the Son ~of God. But 32 1, 34 | namely, "Son," "Word," and "Image." The idea of Son is gathered ~ 33 1, 34 | us to consider Word and ~Image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] Out. 34 1, 34 | like, He is called the ~Image; to show that He is begotten 35 1, 35 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMAGE (TWO ARTICLES)~We next inquire 36 1, 35 | next inquire concerning the image: about which there are two 37 1, 35 | of inquiry: ~(1) Whether Image in God is said personally?~( 38 1, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether image in God is said personally?~ 39 1, 35 | OBJ 1: It would seem that image is not said personally of 40 1, 35 | the ~Holy Trinity and the Image whereunto man is made are 41 1, 35 | made are one." Therefore ~Image is said of God essentially, 42 1, 35 | Hilary says (De Synod.): "An image is a like species of ~that 43 1, 35 | essentially. Therefore so also is Image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 44 1, 35 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Image is derived from imitation, 45 1, 35 | and "after." ~Therefore Image cannot be a personal name 46 1, 35 | absurd ~than to say that an image is referred to itself?" 47 1, 35 | to itself?" Therefore the Image in ~God is a relation, and 48 1, 35 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Image includes the idea of similitude. 49 1, 35 | suffices for the notion of image, but only similitude ~of 50 1, 35 | this is not ~called an image unless the figure is likewise 51 1, 35 | figure is enough for an image, which ~requires also the 52 1, 35 | 74): "One egg is not the image of another, because it is 53 1, 35 | it." Therefore for a true image it is required that one ~ 54 1, 35 | persons. Hence the name "Image" is a personal name.~Aquin.: 55 1, 35 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Image, properly speaking, means 56 1, 35 | is improperly called the ~image. Nevertheless Augustine ( 57 1, 35 | Fulgentius) uses the name of Image in this ~sense when he says 58 1, 35 | the Holy Trinity is the ~Image to whom man was made.~Aquin.: 59 1, 35 | Hilary in the definition of ~image, means the form derived 60 1, 35 | another. In this sense ~image is said to be the species 61 1, 35 | 1/1~Whether the name of Image is proper to the Son?~Aquin.: 62 1, 35 | would seem that the name of Image is not proper to the Son; ~ 63 1, 35 | The Holy Ghost is the ~Image of the Son." Therefore Image 64 1, 35 | Image of the Son." Therefore Image does not belong to the Son 65 1, 35 | belongs to the nature of an image, as Augustine says (QQ. 66 1, 35 | Therefore the ~Holy Ghost is an Image; and so to be Image does 67 1, 35 | is an Image; and so to be Image does not belong to the Son ~ 68 1, 35 | man is also called the image of God, according to 1 Cor. ~ 69 1, 35 | his head, for he is the image and the ~glory of God." 70 1, 35 | glory of God." Therefore Image is not proper to the Son.~ 71 1, 35 | The Son alone is the ~Image of the Father."~Aquin.: 72 1, 35 | that the Holy Ghost is the ~Image of both the Father and of 73 1, 35 | Doctors attribute ~the name Image to the Son alone. For it 74 1, 35 | the words, "Who is the ~Image of the invisible God, the 75 1, 35 | similitude which is essential to image. Hence others say ~that 76 1, 35 | Ghost cannot be called the Image of the Son, because there ~ 77 1, 35 | because there ~cannot be an image of an image; nor of the 78 1, 35 | cannot be an image of an image; nor of the Father, because 79 1, 35 | Father, because again the ~image must be immediately related 80 1, 35 | to that which it is the image; and the ~Holy Ghost is 81 1, 35 | Son; nor again is He the ~Image of the Father and the Son, 82 1, 35 | then there would be one image of ~two; which is impossible. 83 1, 35 | Holy Ghost is in no ~way an Image. But this is no proof: for 84 1, 35 | prevent there being one Image of the Father ~and of the 85 1, 35 | one; since even man is one image of ~the whole Trinity.~Aquin.: 86 1, 35 | Father, He is not ~called the Image; because the Son proceeds 87 1, 35 | commonly employ the ~term image as meaning a perfect similitude.~ 88 1, 35 | not follow that He is the Image, as above explained.~Aquin.: 89 1, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The image of a thing may be found 90 1, 35 | specific nature; as the ~image of the king is found in 91 1, 35 | different nature, as the king's image on the coin. In the ~first 92 1, 35 | first sense the Son is the Image of the Father; in the second 93 1, 35 | sense man ~is called the image of God; and therefore in 94 1, 35 | character of the divine image in man, man is not simply 95 1, 35 | is not simply called ~the image, but "to the image," whereby 96 1, 35 | the image, but "to the image," whereby is expressed a 97 1, 35 | the Son of God is "to ~the image," because He is the perfect 98 1, 35 | because He is the perfect Image of the Father.~ 99 1, 38 | Son is properly called the Image because He proceeds ~by 100 1, 39 | likeness of ~the trace or image found in creatures for the 101 1, 39 | Father, the species in the Image; and use is in ~the Gift." 102 1, 39 | the "Father," the name "Image" proper to the Son ~(Q[35], 103 1, 39 | inasmuch as He is the express ~Image of the Father. Hence we 104 1, 39 | Father. Hence we see that an image is said to be beautiful, ~ 105 1, 41 | made conformable ~to the image of His Son, that He might 106 1, 42 | De Trin. vi, ~10): "If an image answers perfectly to that 107 1, 42 | to that whereof it is the image, it ~may be said to be equal 108 1, 42 | said to be equal to the image." But the Son is the image 109 1, 42 | image." But the Son is the image of the Father; ~and so the 110 1, 42 | is ~transformation, as an image is made of brass; which 111 1, 45 | the representation of ~"image." Now the processions of 112 1, 45 | of the Trinity by way of ~image, inasmuch as there is found 113 1, 47 | only; hence the uncreated image, which is perfect, is only 114 1, 55 | thing; or else by way of an image, so that it is caused by 115 1, 56 | borne in mind that this image of the object exists ~sometimes 116 1, 56 | differs from the angel whose image it ~is, not according to 117 1, 56 | seen by the eye from its image being in the ~eye - thirdly, 118 1, 56 | eye - thirdly, when the image of the object known is not 119 1, 56 | from it. ~For since God's image is impressed on the very 120 1, 56 | in as much as he is the image of God. Yet he ~does not 121 1, 56 | representing the Divine image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 122 1, 57 | share in some species, whose image is in the angel; whereas ~ 123 1, 58 | intelligible according as its image is in the intellect. All ~ 124 1, 58 | time, as an object and its image are seen simultaneously 125 1, 59 | Trin. x, 11,12) that the image of ~the Trinity is found 126 1, 59 | understanding, and ~will. But God's image is found not only in the 127 1, 72 | remoteness from the Divine image and likeness, whereas man 128 1, 72 | said to be ~made "to the image and likeness of God."~Aquin.: 129 1, 38 | Son is properly called the Image because He proceeds ~by 130 1, 39 | likeness of ~the trace or image found in creatures for the 131 1, 39 | Father, the species in the Image; and use is in ~the Gift." 132 1, 39 | the "Father," the name "Image" proper to the Son ~(Q[35], 133 1, 39 | inasmuch as He is the express ~Image of the Father. Hence we 134 1, 39 | Father. Hence we see that an image is said to be beautiful, ~ 135 1, 41 | made conformable ~to the image of His Son, that He might 136 1, 42 | De Trin. vi, ~10): "If an image answers perfectly to that 137 1, 42 | to that whereof it is the image, it ~may be said to be equal 138 1, 42 | said to be equal to the image." But the Son is the image 139 1, 42 | image." But the Son is the image of the Father; ~and so the 140 1, 42 | is ~transformation, as an image is made of brass; which 141 1, 46 | the representation of ~"image." Now the processions of 142 1, 46 | of the Trinity by way of ~image, inasmuch as there is found 143 1, 48 | only; hence the uncreated image, which is perfect, is only 144 1, 56 | thing; or else by way of an image, so that it is caused by 145 1, 57 | borne in mind that this image of the object exists ~sometimes 146 1, 57 | differs from the angel whose image it ~is, not according to 147 1, 57 | seen by the eye from its image being in the ~eye - thirdly, 148 1, 57 | eye - thirdly, when the image of the object known is not 149 1, 57 | from it. ~For since God's image is impressed on the very 150 1, 57 | in as much as he is the image of God. Yet he ~does not 151 1, 57 | representing the Divine image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 152 1, 58 | share in some species, whose image is in the angel; whereas ~ 153 1, 59 | intelligible according as its image is in the intellect. All ~ 154 1, 59 | time, as an object and its image are seen simultaneously 155 1, 60 | Trin. x, 11,12) that the image of ~the Trinity is found 156 1, 60 | understanding, and ~will. But God's image is found not only in the 157 1, 71 | remoteness from the Divine image and likeness, whereas man 158 1, 71 | said to be ~made "to the image and likeness of God."~Aquin.: 159 1, 78 | Trin. xii, 4,7), that the image of the ~Trinity is in the 160 1, 83 | takes place through the image of bodies. To the formation ~ 161 1, 83 | turned into this or that image; but just as we say that 162 1, 83 | not informed with such image - "which is able ~freely 163 1, 83 | idea takes place by some image of the idea ~in the participator, 164 1, 83 | object or the deceptive image thereof. ~Now nothing can 165 1, 83 | body does not cause its image in ~the spirit, but the 166 1, 84 | they can impress ~their own image on the eye. But phantasms, 167 1, 84 | the specific nature, the image of which ~informs the passive 168 1, 84 | intellect what the ~sensible image is to the sense. But the 169 1, 84 | sense. But the sensible image is not what is ~perceived, 170 1, 84 | imagination forms for itself an image of an ~absent thing, or 171 1, 87 | what is first known in the image is the exemplar to ~which 172 1, 87 | But in our mind is the image of God, as Augustine says ~( 173 1, 87 | existed in our souls a perfect image of God, as ~the Son is the 174 1, 87 | the Son is the perfect image of the Father, our mind 175 1, 87 | know God at ~once. But the image in our mind is imperfect; 176 1, 89 | created man to His own ~image." But man is like to God 177 1, 90 | to the body, while the ~image of God belongs to the soul. 178 1, 90 | Therefore having said: ~"To His image He made them," he should 179 1, 90 | that man is made to God's image. Yet in ~describing man' 180 1, 90 | the Divine Person, Whose image ~is more clearly expressed 181 1, 92 | said to be made "to the image and likeness of God." There 182 1, 92 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the image of God is in man?~(2) Whether 183 1, 92 | in man?~(2) Whether the image of God is in irrational 184 1, 92 | creatures?~(3) Whether the image of God is in the angels 185 1, 92 | in man?~(4) Whether the image of God is in every man?~( 186 1, 92 | every man?~(5) Whether the image of God is in man by comparison 187 1, 92 | of them?~(6) Whether the image of God is in man, as to 188 1, 92 | mind only?~(7) Whether the image of God is in man's power 189 1, 92 | and acts?~(8) Whether the image of God is in man by comparison 190 1, 92 | the difference between "image" and "likeness." ~(tm)Aquin.: 191 1, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the image of God is in man?~Aquin.: 192 1, 92 | It would seem that the image of God is not in man. For 193 1, 92 | you likened God? or what image will ~you make for Him?"~ 194 1, 92 | OBJ 2: Further, to be the image of God is the property of 195 1, 92 | Col. 1:15): "Who is the image ~of the invisible God, the 196 1, 92 | creature." Therefore the ~image of God is not to be found 197 1, 92 | Synod. Ancyr.]) ~that "an image is of the same species as 198 1, 92 | and ~he also says that "an image is the undivided and united 199 1, 92 | Therefore there can be no image of God in man.~Aquin.: SMT 200 1, 92 | Us make man to Our own ~image and likeness."~Aquin.: SMT 201 1, 92 | 83, qu. 74): "Where an image ~exists, there forthwith 202 1, 92 | there ~is not necessarily an image." Hence it is clear that 203 1, 92 | likeness is ~essential to an image; and that an image adds 204 1, 92 | to an image; and that an image adds something to ~likeness - 205 1, 92 | something else. For an "image" ~is so called because it 206 1, 92 | another ~egg, is not called an image of the other egg, because 207 1, 92 | belong to the essence of an image; for as ~Augustine says ( 208 1, 92 | 74): "Where there is an image there is not ~necessarily 209 1, 92 | as we see in a person's image reflected in a ~glass. Yet 210 1, 92 | the essence of a perfect image; for in a perfect ~image 211 1, 92 | image; for in a perfect ~image nothing is wanting that 212 1, 92 | he says pointedly: "What image will you make for Him?" 213 1, 92 | But God made a ~spiritual image to Himself in man.~Aquin.: 214 1, 92 | creatures is the perfect Image of God, ~reflecting perfectly 215 1, 92 | that of which He is the Image, and so He is said to ~be 216 1, 92 | so He is said to ~be the "Image," and never "to the image." 217 1, 92 | Image," and never "to the image." But man is said to be 218 1, 92 | man is said to be both ~"image" by reason of the likeness; 219 1, 92 | the likeness; and "to the image" by reason of the ~imperfect 220 1, 92 | an identical nature, the Image of God exists in His first-born ~ 221 1, 92 | first-born ~Son; as the image of the king is in his son, 222 1, 92 | an alien nature, as the image of ~the king is in a silver 223 1, 92 | understood of a perfect image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 224 1, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the image of God is to be found in 225 1, 92 | It would seem that the image of God is to be found in 226 1, 92 | creatures. Therefore the image of God is to be found ~in 227 1, 92 | approaches to the nature of an image. But Dionysius says (Div. 228 1, 92 | Therefore it is made to the image of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 229 1, 92 | whole universe is to the image of ~God, and not only man.~ 230 1, 92 | and forming it into His image." Therefore the whole ~world 231 1, 92 | the whole ~world is to the image of God, and not only the 232 1, 92 | God made him to His own image by giving him an ~intellectual 233 1, 92 | intellect are not made to God's image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 234 1, 92 | is sufficient to make an image; for if the likeness be ~ 235 1, 92 | for one thing to be the image of another. For instance, 236 1, 92 | cannot be called man's image, ~merely because of the 237 1, 92 | can we say that it is the image of that thing; for ~whiteness 238 1, 92 | species. But the nature of an ~image requires likeness in species; 239 1, 92 | likeness in species; thus the image of the king exists in ~his 240 1, 92 | thus, we speak of a man's image in copper. Whence Hilary 241 1, 92 | says ~pointedly that "an image is of the same species."~ 242 1, 92 | speaking, are made to God's image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 243 1, 92 | short of the nature of an image, so far as it ~possesses 244 1, 92 | degree the ~nature of an image. So Dionysius says that 245 1, 92 | involved in the idea of an image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 246 1, 92 | nature alone is to the image of God, we do not mean that 247 1, 92 | any part is not to God's image, but that the other parts 248 1, 92 | Boethius here uses the word "image" to express the likeness ~ 249 1, 92 | Thus every creature is an image of the exemplar type thereof ~ 250 1, 92 | however, using the word "image" in this ~sense; but as 251 1, 92 | the angels are more to the image of God than man is?~Aquin.: 252 1, 92 | angels are not more to the image of God ~than man is. For 253 1, 92 | besides man to be to ~His image. Therefore it is not true 254 1, 92 | are more than ~man to the image of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 255 1, 92 | man is so much ~to God's image that God did not make any 256 1, 92 | creature is called ~God's image so far as it is akin to 257 1, 92 | angels are not ~more to the image of God than man.~Aquin.: 258 1, 92 | creature is said to be to God's image so far as it is ~of an intellectual 259 1, 92 | angels are not more to the image of God than man.~Aquin.: 260 1, 92 | resemblance of the Divine image is wrought with greater 261 1, 92 | that, We may speak of God's image in two ways. First, we may ~ 262 1, 92 | in it that in which the image chiefly consists, that is, 263 1, 92 | intellectual nature. Thus the image of God is more perfect in 264 1, 92 | Secondly, we ~may consider the image of God in man as regards 265 1, 92 | and the like ~things the image of God is more perfect in 266 1, 92 | the nature of the Divine image ~in man, unless we presuppose 267 1, 92 | animals would be to God's ~image. Therefore, as in their 268 1, 92 | angels are more to ~the image of God than man is, we must 269 1, 92 | the angels are more to the image of God than man is, but 270 1, 92 | bereft of reason ~from the image of God; but not the angels.~ 271 1, 92 | angels are not more to God's image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 272 1, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the image of God is found in every 273 1, 92 | It would seem that the image of God is not found in every 274 1, 92 | Apostle says that "man is the image of God, but woman is the ~ 275 1, 92 | of God, but woman is the ~image [Vulg. glory] of man" (1 276 1, 92 | every individual is not ~an image of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 277 1, 92 | made conformable to the image of His Son." But all men ~ 278 1, 92 | have not the conformity of image.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 279 1, 92 | belongs to the nature of the image, as above ~explained (A[ 280 1, 92 | Therefore he loses ~the image of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 281 1, 92 | Surely man passeth as an ~image."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 282 1, 92 | Since man is said to be the image of God by reason of his ~ 283 1, 92 | Wherefore we see that the image of God is in man in ~three 284 1, 92 | though imperfectly; and this ~image consists in the conformity 285 1, 92 | God perfectly; and this image consists in the likeness 286 1, 92 | distinguishes a threefold image of ~"creation," of "re-creation," 287 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The image of God, in its principal 288 1, 92 | after ~the words, "To the image of God He created him," 289 1, 92 | in a secondary ~sense the image of God is found in man, 290 1, 92 | had said that "man is the image and glory ~of God, but woman 291 1, 92 | These reasons refer to the image consisting in the ~conformity 292 1, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the image of God is in man according 293 1, 92 | It would seem that the image of God does not exist in 294 1, 92 | Trinity; and one is the ~image to which man was made." 295 1, 92 | says: "Man is made ~to the image of that which is common 296 1, 92 | Trinity." Therefore the image ~of God in man is of the 297 1, 92 | Eccl. Dogmat.) that the image of God in ~man is to be 298 1, 92 | Orth. ii, ~12) that the image of God in man belongs to 299 1, 92 | that "man was made ~to the image of God, it means that human 300 1, 92 | the Persons. Therefore the image of God in man regards, not 301 1, 92 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an image leads to the knowledge of 302 1, 92 | that of which it is ~the image. Therefore, if there is 303 1, 92 | if there is in man the image of God as to the ~Trinity 304 1, 92 | 4: Further, the name of Image is not applicable to any 305 1, 92 | that ~"the Son alone is the image of the Father." Therefore, 306 1, 92 | if in man there ~were an image of God as regards the Person, 307 1, 92 | Person, this would not be an image of the Trinity, but only 308 1, 92 | to have been made to the ~image of God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 309 1, 92 | therefore to be to the ~image of God by imitation of the 310 1, 92 | exclude being to ~the same image by the representation of 311 1, 92 | in man there ~exists the image of God, both as regards 312 1, 92 | argument would avail if the image of God in man ~represented 313 1, 92 | that in man there is an image of the Son ~only. Augustine 314 1, 92 | man were made ~only to the image of the Son, the Father would 315 1, 92 | Us ~make man to Our own image and likeness"; but "to Thy 316 1, 92 | and likeness"; but "to Thy image." When, ~therefore, it is 317 1, 92 | written, "He made him to the image of God," the sense is ~not 318 1, 92 | the Father made man to the image of the Son only, Who is 319 1, 92 | Trinity made man to Its image, ~that is, of the whole 320 1, 92 | that God "made man to His ~image," this can be understood 321 1, 92 | man in such a way that Our image may be in him." Secondly, ~ 322 1, 92 | to that one." Thus the image of God is the very ~Essence 323 1, 92 | is incorrectly called an image forasmuch as image ~is put 324 1, 92 | called an image forasmuch as image ~is put for the exemplar. 325 1, 92 | Divine Essence is called an ~image because thereby one Person 326 1, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the image of God is in man as regards 327 1, 92 | It would seem that the image of God is not only in man' 328 1, 92 | 7) that "the man is the image . . . of ~God." But man 329 1, 92 | only mind. Therefore the image of God is to be ~observed 330 1, 92 | created man to His own ~image; to the image of God He 331 1, 92 | to His own ~image; to the image of God He created him; male 332 1, 92 | the body. Therefore ~the image of God is also in the body, 333 1, 92 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an image seems to apply principally 334 1, 92 | the body. Therefore the image of God is to be ~seen in 335 1, 92 | which we are made to ~the image of God, for the like reason 336 1, 92 | of God, "according to the image of ~Him that created him," 337 1, 92 | new man is ascribed to the image of God. Therefore to be 338 1, 92 | Therefore to be to the image of ~God belongs to the mind 339 1, 92 | alone we find a likeness of "image" as we ~have explained above ( 340 1, 92 | creatures; wherefore this image of God ~is not found even 341 1, 92 | and the way in which an "image," represents anything. An " 342 1, 92 | represents anything. An "image" ~represents something by 343 1, 92 | the will, there exists an image of the uncreated Trinity, 344 1, 92 | likeness to God ~by way of an "image" in his mind; but in the 345 1, 92 | 1: Man is called to the image of God; not that he is ~ 346 1, 92 | that he is ~essentially an image; but that the image of God 347 1, 92 | essentially an image; but that the image of God is impressed on his 348 1, 92 | his mind; ~as a coin is an image of the king, as having the 349 1, 92 | the king, as having the image of the king. ~Wherefore 350 1, 92 | no need to consider the image of God as existing in ~every 351 1, 92 | some have thought that the image of God was not in man individually, 352 1, 92 | one man ~would be only the image of one Person; thirdly, 353 1, 92 | should not have mentioned the image of God in man until after ~ 354 1, 92 | Scripture had said, "to the image of God He created him," 355 1, 92 | not to imply that the image of God came ~through the 356 1, 92 | distinction of sex, but that the image of God belongs to both ~ 357 1, 92 | distinction of ~sex, but that the image of God belongs to both sexes, 358 1, 92 | saying, "According to the image of Him that created him," ~ 359 1, 92 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the image of God in man is not to 360 1, 92 | that it is made to ~God's image and likeness, rather than 361 1, 92 | understood as ~though the image of God were in man's body; 362 1, 92 | human body represents the image of God in the soul by ~way 363 1, 92 | falls short of the Divine image. ~For the species of the 364 1, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the image of God is to be found in 365 1, 92 | It would seem that the image of God is not found in the 366 1, 92 | man was made to ~God's image, inasmuch as we exist and 367 1, 92 | signify an act. Therefore ~the image of God is not to be found 368 1, 92 | Trin. ix, 4) assigns God's image in the ~soul to these three 369 1, 92 | intellectual ~soul. Therefore the image of God does not extend to 370 1, 92 | Trin. x, 11) assigns the image of the ~Trinity in the soul 371 1, 92 | Sent. D iii). Therefore the image of God is in the powers, 372 1, 92 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the image of the Trinity always remains 373 1, 92 | always remain. Therefore the image of God does not ~extend 374 1, 92 | which man is like to God's image, must be referred to actual ~ 375 1, 92 | belongs to the nature of an image. Hence, if the image of 376 1, 92 | an image. Hence, if the image of the ~Divine Trinity is 377 1, 92 | first ~and chiefly, the image of the Trinity is to be 378 1, 92 | secondarily and ~consequently, the image of the Trinity may be considered 379 1, 92 | OBJ 1: Our being bears the image of God so far as if is proper 380 1, 92 | possessing; and assigns the image of the ~Trinity pre-eminently 381 1, 92 | nation's tongue), ~this image chiefly consists in these 382 1, 92 | clear that he places ~the image of the Divine Trinity more 383 1, 92 | although even thus the image of the Trinity exists in 384 1, 92 | rational soul is made to the image of God in the sense ~that 385 1, 92 | consider ~God, then the image of God was in the soul from 386 1, 92 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the image of the Divine Trinity is 387 1, 92 | It would seem that the image of the Divine Trinity is 388 1, 92 | God as its object. For the image of the ~Divine Trinity is 389 1, 92 | any object. Therefore the ~image of the Divine Trinity is 390 1, 92 | eternal." Therefore the image of the Trinity is ~to be 391 1, 92 | God. If, ~therefore, the image of the Trinity is found 392 1, 92 | will or love of God, this image is not in man ~by nature 393 1, 92 | perfectly conformed to ~the image of God by the beatific vision; 394 1, 92 | transformed into the same image from glory to ~glory." But 395 1, 92 | beatific vision. Therefore ~the image of God exists in us even 396 1, 92 | De Trin. xiv, 12): "The image of God ~exists in the mind, 397 1, 92 | less, therefore, is ~the image of God in the soul, in respect 398 1, 92 | above explained (AA[2],7), image means a likeness ~which 399 1, 92 | Wherefore we need to seek in the image of the Divine Trinity in ~ 400 1, 92 | Hence we refer the Divine image in man to ~the verbal concept 401 1, 92 | derived ~therefrom. Thus the image of God is found in the soul 402 1, 92 | nevertheless, rightly ~called the image of God." But this is due 403 1, 92 | 1: For the notion of an image it is not enough that something ~ 404 1, 92 | trinity may be ~found; yet the image of God is not to be seen 405 1, 92 | have already said that the image of God abides ever in the 406 1, 92 | the soul; ~"whether this image of God be so obsolete," 407 1, 92 | temporal will belong to the image of ~God. This is what Augustine 408 1, 92 | properly distinguished from "image"?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 409 1, 92 | properly distinguished from ~"image." For "genus" is not properly 410 1, 92 | Now, ~"likeness" is to "image" as genus to species: because, " 411 1, 92 | because, "where there is ~image, forthwith there is likeness, 412 1, 92 | be ~distinguished from "image."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 413 1, 92 | Further, the nature of the image consists not only in the ~ 414 1, 92 | indivisible; whereas the image is in ~other things" (Sent. 415 1, 92 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the image of God in man is threefold - 416 1, 92 | in man is threefold - the image of ~nature, of grace, and 417 1, 92 | Sent. ii, D, xvi) "that the image is taken from the memory, 418 1, 92 | things are parts of the image. Therefore ~it is incorrect 419 1, 92 | Sent. ii, D, xvi) that "the image consists in the ~knowledge 420 1, 92 | without reason, namely "image" and ~"likeness," since, 421 1, 92 | between "likeness" and ~"image." For the good is a preamble 422 1, 92 | light of a ~preamble to image, inasmuch as it is something 423 1, 92 | something more general than image, ~as we have said above ( 424 1, 92 | considered as ~subsequent to image, inasmuch as it signifies 425 1, 92 | a certain perfection of ~image. For we say that an image 426 1, 92 | image. For we say that an image is like or unlike what it 427 1, 92 | may be distinguished from image in two ways: first as its 428 1, 92 | properties, wherein the image is ~properly to be seen. 429 1, 92 | without doubt was made to the image of ~God. "But the other 430 1, 92 | expression and perfection of ~the image. In this sense Damascene 431 1, 92 | Orth. ii, 12) that the ~image implies "an intelligent 432 1, 92 | Likeness" is not distinct from "image" in the general ~notion 433 1, 92 | thus it is included in "image"); but so far as ~any "likeness" 434 1, 92 | likeness" falls short of "image," or again, as it perfects 435 1, 92 | it perfects the idea ~of "image."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 436 1, 92 | essence belongs to the "image," as representing ~the Divine 437 1, 92 | unfitting to us the term "image" from one ~point of view 438 1, 92 | belongs to the ~nature of "image"; but love of virtue belongs 439 1, 93 | through a mirror in which his image is the more clearly ~expressed. 440 1, 94 | slime of the earth ~to the image of God, adorned with modesty, 441 1, 95 | as man, being made to the image of God, is above other ~ 442 1, 95 | which are not made to God's image. Over the sensitive powers, ~ 443 1, 95 | with reason and made to His image, ~should rule over none 444 1, 101 | him who was made to God's image."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] 445 1, 105 | immediately by God, either as ~the image from the exemplar, forasmuch 446 1, 105 | forasmuch as it is made to the image of God ~alone; or as the 447 1, 113 | the demon, who forms an image in a man's ~imagination, 448 2 | said to be ~made in God's image, in so far as the image 449 2 | image, in so far as the image implies "an intelligent 450 2 | for us to treat of ~His image, i.e. man, inasmuch as he 451 2, 16 | Father, Likeness in the Image," i.e. in the Son, "Use 452 2, 19 | therefrom as its proper image; ~or by some sort of additional 453 2, 31 | receives ~an impression of its image, which entices him to love 454 2, 38 | the ~imagination. But the image of that which saddens us 455 2, 38 | increases sorrow, ~just as the image of a pleasant thing adds 456 2, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The image of that which saddens us, 457 2, 80 | the movement or sensible image which is brought in ~the 458 2, 98 | for your Moloch, and the image of your idols, ~the star 459 2, 100 | mind, in which is God's image. Wherefore the ~Divine law 460 2, 100 | gods - for God commanded an image of the Seraphim [Vulg.: 461 2, 101 | things to come, not the very image of the things": for a shadow 462 2, 101 | shadow is ~less than an image; so that the image belongs 463 2, 101 | than an image; so that the image belongs to the New Law, 464 2, 103 | sacraments were a kind ~of image: but it is declared that 465 2, 109 | order to restore in us ~the image of God, after which we were 466 2, 2 | Let us make man to Our image and ~likeness" (Gn. 1:26). 467 2, 18 | at least of the natural image of God: and in this way 468 2, 24 | bears the resemblance of image, so ~too, are the irrational 469 2, 24 | whereas the likeness of image does: and so the ~comparison 470 2, 42 | both as to the ~natural image of God, and as to the capacity 471 2, 43 | made conformable to the image of His Son," Who is ~Wisdom 472 2, 47 | it were to some corporeal image, because human knowledge ~ 473 2, 57 | God, as His creature and image; and thus a man who kills ~ 474 2, 61 | wherein they are made to God's image, but wealth," so that, wealth 475 2, 64 | his reason wherein God's image resides, is shown forth 476 2, 64 | Let us make man to our image and ~likeness: and let him 477 2, 79 | incarnate. Now movement to an image as image does not stop at 478 2, 79 | movement to an image as image does not stop at the image, ~ 479 2, 79 | image does not stop at the image, ~but goes on to the thing 480 2, 92 | into the likeness of the image of a ~corruptible man, and 481 2, 92 | It is different with the image of Christ, ~to which latria 482 2, 92 | grief, made ~to himself the image of his son, who was quickly 483 2, 92 | and maketh it like the image of a man . . . and ~then 484 2, 101 | one is moved towards an image is ~the same as the movement 485 2, 101 | thing ~represented by the image. Now by dulia we honor a 486 2, 101 | man as being made to ~the image of God. For it is written 487 2, 101 | incorruptible, and to the image of His own likeness He made 488 2, 101 | OBJ 3: Movement towards an image as such is referred to the 489 2, 101 | thing ~represented by the image: yet not every movement 490 2, 101 | every movement towards an image is ~referred to the image 491 2, 101 | image is ~referred to the image as such, and consequently 492 2, 101 | sometimes the movement to ~the image differs specifically from 493 2, 101 | dignity, man is made to the image or likeness of God, yet 494 2, 101 | the movement towards an image is, after a fashion, ~towards 495 2, 101 | need not be towards ~its image. Wherefore reverence paid 496 2, 101 | paid to a person as the image of God ~redounds somewhat 497 2, 101 | in no way refers to His image.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] A[ 498 2, 101 | rational creature we find the image of ~God, for which reason 499 2, 101 | of likeness denoted by an image ~differs from the aspect 500 2, 152 | xii, 15): "When the same ~image that comes into the mind


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