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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | because "as regards ~that vision of the Word, no changing 2 1, 10 | whereas as regards the vision of glory, they have a share 3 1, 12 | authorities speak of the vision of ~comprehension. Hence 4 1, 12 | this of the most certain ~vision of the Father, which is 5 1, 12 | are accommodated to the vision of God." But to ~see the 6 1, 12 | enigmatic nor a speculative vision, but ~is, on the contrary, 7 1, 12 | sensible and for ~intellectual vision - viz. power of sight, and 8 1, 12 | seen ~with the sight. For vision is made actual only when 9 1, 12 | in the eye, whereby the vision ~is made actual; whereas 10 1, 12 | for whatever acuteness of vision is possessed by these creatures, ~ 11 1, 12 | be seen by man through a vision of the ~imagination. For 12 1, 12 | 6:1). But an imaginary vision originates from sense; for 13 1, 12 | Therefore God can be seen by a ~vision of sense.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 1, 12 | things are seen by corporeal vision."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 15 1, 12 | of God is not seen in a vision of the ~imagination; but 16 1, 12 | everlasting consists in the vision of the Divine ~essence, 17 1, 12 | take away the immediate vision of ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 12 | Eternal life consists in the vision of God, according ~to Jn. 19 1, 12 | than another, since that vision will not ~spring from any 20 1, 12 | determines the mode of vision on the part of the object 21 1, 12 | not determine the ~mode of vision on the part of the one seeing; 22 1, 12 | responding to hope, as vision responds to faith, and fruition 23 1, 12 | who sees God, by the very vision of the divine ~essence, 24 1, 12 | God. Still this kind of vision whereby things are seen 25 1, 12 | are seen by intellectual ~vision. But intellectual vision 26 1, 12 | vision. But intellectual vision is of intelligible things, 27 1, 12 | created similitude is not the vision of His essence. Hence ~it 28 1, 12 | though in an imaginary vision; as will later be explained ~( 29 1, 12 | of sense, even up to the vision of His ~own essence; as 30 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 4: Intellectual vision is of the things which are 31 1, 12 | does not proceed from the vision of the believer, but from 32 1, 12 | believer, but from the ~vision of Him who is believed. 33 1, 12 | as faith falls short of ~vision, it falls short of the knowledge 34 1, 12 | intellect to one object by the vision and ~understanding of first 35 1, 14 | these ~with the knowledge of vision: for since God's act of 36 1, 14 | to have knowledge, not of vision, but of simple ~intelligence. 37 1, 14 | through Himself receives the vision of ~darkness, not otherwise 38 1, 14 | Although the knowledge of vision which has relation only 39 1, 14 | even by the knowledge of vision. For God knows even the 40 1, 14 | referred to the ~knowledge of vision, according to which He is 41 1, 23 | happiness, consisting in the vision of God, exceeds the common 42 1, 26 | our intellect, because "vision is the whole of the reward," 43 1, 43 | apply to the ~imaginary vision which is that of prophecy; 44 1, 43 | ii, 6): "The prophetic vision is not displayed to corporeal 45 1, 43 | displayed by prophetic vision, which belongs to the imagination, 46 1, 48 | consisting in ~forfeiting the vision of God; whereas the evil 47 1, 48 | by being deprived of the vision of God, the creature ~forfeits 48 1, 51 | angels ~happened in prophetic vision - that is, according to 49 1, 51 | is beheld in ~imaginary vision is only in the beholder' 50 1, 51 | apparitions were beheld by bodily vision, whereby the ~object seen 51 1, 51 | seen by all. Now by such a vision only a body can be beheld. ~ 52 1, 56 | natural ~principles. Nor does vision through a mirror belong 53 1, 57 | 2: Further, intellectual vision is only of such things as 54 1, 57 | be known by intellectual vision, but ~only by imaginary 55 1, 57 | but ~only by imaginary vision, whereby the images of bodies 56 1, 57 | apprehended, ~and by sensible vision, which regards bodies in 57 1, 57 | neither imaginary nor sensible vision in the angels, but only ~ 58 1, 57 | case there is intellectual vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 59 1, 57 | things in the Word. By ~such vision they know mysteries of grace, 60 1, 57 | deeper mysteries ~in the vision of God, which mysteries 61 1, 58 | angels consists in such vision; and beatitude does not ~ 62 1, 58 | are said to desire the ~vision of God with regard to fresh 63 1, 58 | in comparison with the ~vision of the Word.~Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 58 | seen, is ~made void when vision succeeds. But the imperfection 65 1, 62 | bestows beatitude by the vision of His essence.~Aquin.: 66 1, 62 | beatitude, which consists in the vision of God, ~as is clear from 67 1, 62 | determinate object cannot, in the vision of God, consist ~precisely 68 1, 62 | the part of the mode of vision, ~that diverse terms are 69 1, 62 | creature is led on to the vision of the Supreme Essence, 70 1, 62 | way to the supreme mode of vision, which is comprehension, ~ 71 1, 62 | as beatitude ~consists in vision, so the degree of vision 72 1, 62 | vision, so the degree of vision lies in a determinate mode 73 1, 62 | determinate mode of ~the vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 74 1, 64 | they were beatified by the ~vision of the Word, which vision 75 1, 64 | vision of the Word, which vision the demons never had. Yet 76 1, 75 | as it is a principle of vision; and the ~same might be 77 1, 75 | body; thus in the act of vision, the pupil of the eye ~is 78 1, 77 | powers; for the power of vision extends to white ~and black, 79 1, 77 | color is the principle of ~vision, inasmuch as it moves the 80 1, 77 | some things by ~imaginary vision; so also when by death the 81 1, 43 | apply to the ~imaginary vision which is that of prophecy; 82 1, 43 | ii, 6): "The prophetic vision is not displayed to corporeal 83 1, 43 | displayed by prophetic vision, which belongs to the imagination, 84 1, 49 | consisting in ~forfeiting the vision of God; whereas the evil 85 1, 49 | by being deprived of the vision of God, the creature ~forfeits 86 1, 52 | angels ~happened in prophetic vision - that is, according to 87 1, 52 | is beheld in ~imaginary vision is only in the beholder' 88 1, 52 | apparitions were beheld by bodily vision, whereby the ~object seen 89 1, 52 | seen by all. Now by such a vision only a body can be beheld. ~ 90 1, 57 | natural ~principles. Nor does vision through a mirror belong 91 1, 58 | 2: Further, intellectual vision is only of such things as 92 1, 58 | be known by intellectual vision, but ~only by imaginary 93 1, 58 | but ~only by imaginary vision, whereby the images of bodies 94 1, 58 | apprehended, ~and by sensible vision, which regards bodies in 95 1, 58 | neither imaginary nor sensible vision in the angels, but only ~ 96 1, 58 | case there is intellectual vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 97 1, 58 | things in the Word. By ~such vision they know mysteries of grace, 98 1, 58 | deeper mysteries ~in the vision of God, which mysteries 99 1, 59 | angels consists in such vision; and beatitude does not ~ 100 1, 59 | are said to desire the ~vision of God with regard to fresh 101 1, 59 | in comparison with the ~vision of the Word.~Aquin.: SMT 102 1, 59 | seen, is ~made void when vision succeeds. But the imperfection 103 1, 63 | bestows beatitude by the vision of His essence.~Aquin.: 104 1, 63 | beatitude, which consists in the vision of God, ~as is clear from 105 1, 63 | determinate object cannot, in the vision of God, consist ~precisely 106 1, 63 | the part of the mode of vision, ~that diverse terms are 107 1, 63 | creature is led on to the vision of the Supreme Essence, 108 1, 63 | way to the supreme mode of vision, which is comprehension, ~ 109 1, 63 | as beatitude ~consists in vision, so the degree of vision 110 1, 63 | vision, so the degree of vision lies in a determinate mode 111 1, 63 | determinate mode of ~the vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 112 1, 65 | they were beatified by the ~vision of the Word, which vision 113 1, 65 | vision of the Word, which vision the demons never had. Yet 114 1, 74 | as it is a principle of vision; and the ~same might be 115 1, 74 | body; thus in the act of vision, the pupil of the eye ~is 116 1, 76 | powers; for the power of vision extends to white ~and black, 117 1, 76 | color is the principle of ~vision, inasmuch as it moves the 118 1, 76 | some things by ~imaginary vision; so also when by death the 119 1, 77 | able to perceive its own vision, as being nearer to it, ~ 120 1, 77 | describes three ~kinds of vision; namely, corporeal, which 121 1, 77 | which perceives the act of vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 122 1, 77 | 6: Augustine calls that vision spiritual which is effected 123 1, 78 | imagination, whence imaginary vision is ~called spiritual, as 124 1, 81 | certitude of the Divine Vision the ~necessity of such connection 125 1, 83 | 24) that ~intellectual vision is of those things that 126 1, 83 | speaking of an imaginary ~vision, which takes place through 127 1, 83 | said to be ~worthy of that vision," namely, of the eternal 128 1, 92 | 24) there is ~a threefold vision in us, "corporeal," "spiritual," 129 1, 92 | if in the intellectual vision that belongs to ~the mind 130 1, 92 | corporeal and in the imaginary vision we may ~find a trinity, 131 1, 92 | xi, 2). For in corporeal ~vision there is first the species 132 1, 92 | body; secondly, the act ~of vision, which occurs by the impression 133 1, 92 | Likewise, in the imaginary vision we find first the species 134 1, 92 | the ~memory; secondly, the vision itself, which is caused 135 1, 92 | Persons. The ~corporeal vision, too, does not proceed only 136 1, 92 | in like manner imaginary vision is not from the species 137 1, 92 | in corporeal or spiritual vision. ~Wherefore the procession 138 1, 92 | in relation to the actual vision, whether ~sensible or imaginative. 139 1, 92 | must be referred to actual ~vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 140 1, 92 | image of God by the beatific vision; wherefore it is written ( 141 1, 92 | are known by the beatific vision. Therefore ~the image of 142 1, 92 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: By the vision of glory temporal things 143 1, 92 | God ~Himself; and such a vision of things temporal will 144 1, 93 | happiness consists in the vision of the Divine Essence. But 145 1, 93 | nothing better than the vision of the Divine ~Essence. 146 1, 93 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the vision of God is His Essence is 147 1, 93 | said ~that he saw God in a vision, when "God cast a deep sleep 148 1, 93 | we must consider that the vision ~of God through His Essence 149 1, 93 | contradistinguished from the vision of God ~through His creatures. 150 1, 93 | destined, which consists in the vision of the ~Divine Essence. 151 1, 93 | heart and loftiness of vision to have the company of the 152 1, 94 | state did not extend to the vision of the Divine Essence, and 153 1, 99 | beatitude ~given by the clear vision of God; and when once it 154 1, 107 | which ~consists in the vision of the Divine Essence, and 155 1, 107 | four things: the ~perfect vision of God; the full reception 156 1, 110 | Further, in the imaginative vision man cleaves to the similitudes ~ 157 1, 110 | cannot cause the imaginative vision, by changing the imagination.~ 158 1, 110 | are seen by ~imaginative vision. But the angels reveal things 159 1, 110 | angel causing an imaginative vision, sometimes ~enlightens the 160 2, 3 | first object of the sight, vision, but a visible thing. Wherefore, ~ 161 2, 3 | happiness consists in the vision of the divine essence?~Aquin.: 162 2, 3 | does not consist in the vision ~of the Divine Essence. 163 2, 3 | in nothing else ~than the vision of the Divine Essence. To 164 2, 4 | in happiness, delight or vision?~(3) Whether comprehension 165 2, 4 | says (De Trin. i, 8) that "vision is the entire reward of ~ 166 2, 4 | Therefore nothing besides ~vision is required for happiness.~ 167 2, 4 | 1/1~Whether in happiness vision ranks before delight?~Aquin.: 168 2, 4 | happiness, delight ranks before vision. For ~"delight is the perfection 169 2, 4 | operation of the intellect, i.e. vision.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[2] 170 2, 4 | the intellect, which is vision.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[2] 171 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, vision corresponds to faith; while 172 2, 4 | or enjoyment ranks before vision.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[2] 173 2, 4 | greater than its effect. But vision is the ~cause of delight. 174 2, 4 | cause of delight. Therefore vision ranks before delight.~Aquin.: 175 2, 4 | of the intellect which is vision, must needs rank before ~ 176 2, 4 | perfection attendant upon vision; but not a ~perfection whereby 177 2, 4 | not a ~perfection whereby vision is made perfect in its own 178 2, 4 | charity as its ~end, but vision does, whereby the end is 179 2, 4 | the true corresponds to vision, and good to ~delight. Therefore 180 2, 4 | with ~Happiness; to wit, vision, which is perfect knowledge 181 2, 4 | distinct operation from vision; but ~a certain relation 182 2, 4 | already gained. Wherefore even vision ~itself, or the thing seen, 183 2, 4 | Happiness consists in the vision of the Divine Essence, Which 184 2, 4 | heavenward journey," i.e. ~to the vision of the Divine Essence. Therefore 185 2, 4 | perfect, consisting in the vision of God. Now it ~is evident 186 2, 4 | Happiness, which consists in the vision of God, some have ~maintained 187 2, 4 | by sight, bereft of the vision of the Divine Essence, we 188 2, 4 | Happiness consists in the vision of the Divine Essence, it 189 2, 4 | with all its might to the vision ~of the Divine Essence. 190 2, 4 | Happiness consists in the vision of the Divine ~Essence, 191 2, 4 | is turned away from that vision of the highest heaven." ~ 192 2, 5 | Q[12], A[1]: in which vision, as we stated above (Q[3], 193 2, 5 | of Happiness, viz. ~the vision of the Divine Essence, which 194 2, 5 | Happiness consists in the vision of the Divine Essence. Now 195 2, 5 | becomes wearisome. But the vision of the Divine Essence fills 196 2, 5 | necessity, ~results from that vision as was shown above (Q[4], 197 2, 5 | A[8]), ~consists in the vision of the Divine Essence. Now 198 2, 5 | Divine Essence. Now the vision of God's ~Essence surpasses 199 2, 5 | substance, falls short of the vision of the Divine Essence, which ~ 200 2, 5 | works: but not as to the ~vision of the Divine Essence, as 201 2, 5 | essence of Happiness is the vision of the Divine ~Essence, 202 2, 11 | powers. Accordingly the vision of ~God, as vision, is an 203 2, 11 | Accordingly the vision of ~God, as vision, is an act of the intellect, 204 2, 17 | corporeal organ: thus the act of vision depends on the power of 205 2, 31 | rather than his intellectual vision, as beasts or fools are 206 2, 65 | faith, He had manifest ~vision, and instead of hope, full 207 2, 67 | adhesion with intellectual vision, for science possesses certitude 208 2, 67 | science in so far as it lacks vision.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 209 2, 67 | is not incompatible with vision ~which is the perfection 210 2, 67 | knowledge, as the beatific vision. On the other hand, hope 211 2, 67 | obscure, to ~become clear vision. It is therefore evident 212 2, 67 | part of the ~cause: for vision is a cause of love, as stated 213 2, 98 | Again we may say that this vision "face to face" means some ~ 214 2, 98 | contemplation, inferior to the vision of the ~Divine Essence.~ 215 2, 102 | were represented in Isaias' vision. For he "saw the Lord sitting 216 2, 113 | will appear to him in a vision, or I will speak to him 217 2, 1 | Further, faith is succeeded by vision, according to 1 Cor. 13: 218 2, 1 | object ~of the heavenly vision is something simple, for 219 2, 1 | The object of the heavenly vision will be the First Truth ~ 220 2, 1 | Him as He is": ~hence that vision will not be by way of a 221 2, 1 | hast believed." Therefore vision and faith regard the same 222 2, 1 | thing which is ~an object of vision or science for one, is believed 223 2, 1 | then face ~to face": which vision the angels possess already; 224 2, 1 | that what is an object of ~vision or scientific knowledge 225 2, 2 | consists in a supernatural vision of God: to which vision 226 2, 2 | vision of God: to which vision man cannot attain unless ~ 227 2, 2 | man arrive at the perfect vision of heavenly ~happiness, 228 2, 2 | can bring intellectual ~vision to the human intellect, 229 2, 4 | succeeded by the heavenly vision, according to ~1 Cor. 13: 230 2, 4 | then face ~to face." Now vision is in the intellect. Therefore 231 2, 4 | with the advent of clear ~vision, faith is done away, because 232 2, 8 | understanding in a" prophetic "vision," so that, seemingly, there 233 2, 8 | third refers to ~the perfect vision of God. Moreover the gifts 234 2, 23 | blessed, which follows open vision. Hence the argument does 235 2, 27 | present to ~some by the vision of "sight"; wherefore the 236 2, 31 | that power or habit: thus vision extends to ~all things comprised 237 2, 31 | 15-17: "By a dream in ~a vision by night, when deep sleep 238 2, 43 | Now wisdom regards the vision of Divine things, in ~which 239 2, 43 | contemplation ~which is the vision of the Beginning, and afterwards 240 2, 81 | Purgatory, do not yet ~enjoy the vision of the Word, so as to be 241 2, 93 | people seek of their God, a ~vision for the living and the dead? [* 242 2, 93 | 15,16): "By a dream in a vision ~by night, when deep sleep 243 2, 93 | will appear to him in a vision, or I ~will speak to him 244 2, 111 | according to Prov. 30:1,2: "The ~vision which the man spoke, with 245 2, 143 | regards rather the faculty of vision to which it ~is pleasing. 246 2, 152 | 15,16, "By a dream in a vision by ~night, when deep sleep 247 2, 169 | deceive you; they ~speak a vision of their own heart, and 248 2, 169 | admonished in a prophetic vision, prepared to ~sacrifice 249 2, 170 | intellect, but by an imaginary vision, or even by ~audible speech; 250 2, 171 | 1/1~On the contrary, The vision of the Divine essence is 251 2, 171 | prophecy ~is not conveyed by a vision of the Divine essence. ~ 252 2, 171 | conclude that the prophetic vision is not the vision of ~the 253 2, 171 | prophetic vision is not the vision of ~the very essence of 254 2, 171 | wise theologian calls that vision divine which is effected ~ 255 2, 171 | conversant." But if prophetic vision were ~effected by means 256 2, 171 | imaginative but intellective vision that makes the prophet"; 257 2, 171 | need of understanding in a ~vision." Now intellective vision, 258 2, 171 | vision." Now intellective vision, as stated in the same book ( 259 2, 171 | common to every prophetic vision, but from a diversity of ~ 260 2, 171 | Reply OBJ 2: Intellectual vision is not effected by means 261 2, 171 | 1~Whether the prophetic vision is always accompanied by 262 2, 171 | seem that the prophetic vision is always accompanied by ~ 263 2, 171 | will appear to him in a vision, or I ~will speak to him 264 2, 171 | beginning of the ~Psalter, "a vision that takes place by dreams 265 2, 171 | them. Now in the ~prophetic vision the intellect is very much 266 2, 171 | seems that the prophetic vision is always accompanied ~by 267 2, 171 | directions. Now in the prophetic vision the mind tends to the ~acceptance 268 2, 171 | would seem that prophetic vision is not ~accompanied by abstraction 269 2, 171 | signified by the ~word "vision."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[173] 270 2, 172 | is without ~imaginative vision?~(3) The various degrees 271 2, 172 | therein. The second kind is a vision, as we read in Isaias, who 272 2, 172 | mentions ~three kinds of vision; "one by the eyes of the 273 2, 172 | have the three kinds of vision mentioned both by ~him and 274 2, 172 | gives the third place; "vision," which occurs to the prophet ~ 275 2, 172 | intellective and imaginative ~vision is more excellent than that 276 2, 172 | accompanied by intellective ~vision alone?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 277 2, 172 | intellective and ~imaginative vision is more excellent than that 278 2, 172 | accompanied by ~intellective vision alone. For Augustine says ( 279 2, 172 | together with imaginative ~vision. Therefore this kind of 280 2, 172 | together with ~imaginative vision: but not those whom he calls 281 2, 172 | together with imaginative vision, ~than those who had intellective 282 2, 172 | those who had intellective vision alone.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 283 2, 172 | assistance of deed, ~word, vision, or dream."~Aquin.: SMT 284 2, 172 | nearer to the heavenly ~vision whereby the truth is seen 285 2, 172 | is seen by intellectual vision, ~is more excellent than 286 2, 172 | corporeal things in the vision of the ~imagination.~Aquin.: 287 2, 172 | light and the imaginary vision, is more a prophet than 288 2, 172 | prophetic knowledge, imaginary vision is ~required, not for its 289 2, 172 | those who see by imaginary vision. ~And yet the more excellent 290 2, 172 | conveyed by ~intellectual vision, provided the same truth 291 2, 172 | conveyed by an imaginary vision leading to a supernatural 292 2, 172 | senses without any imaginary vision ~divinely vouchsafed, and 293 2, 172 | vouchsafed, and thus prophetic vision is said to be without ~imaginary 294 2, 172 | to be without ~imaginary vision.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 295 2, 172 | according to the ~imaginary vision?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 296 2, 172 | according to the imaginary vision. For the degrees of a ~thing 297 2, 172 | in prophecy, intellectual vision is ~sought on its own account, 298 2, 172 | own account, and imaginary vision on account of something ~ 299 2, 172 | according to intellectual, vision.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 300 2, 172 | according to imaginary vision, to which vision and dreams 301 2, 172 | imaginary vision, to which vision and dreams pertain, rather ~ 302 2, 172 | excellent medium. Now imaginary vision is ~a kind of medium in 303 2, 172 | distinguished according to imaginary vision.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 304 2, 172 | revealed through an ~imaginary vision, holds the mean between 305 2, 172 | revealed without imaginary vision, and that wherein ~through 306 2, 172 | and without an imaginary vision, man is ~directed to know 307 2, 172 | manifested through imaginary vision is ~differentiated first 308 2, 172 | occur during sleep, and vision which occurs while one is 309 2, 172 | shown without any imaginary ~vision. However, this goes beyond 310 2, 172 | distinguished according to imaginary vision.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 311 2, 172 | intellectual or by imaginary vision, but also ~the announcement 312 2, 172 | regards the intellectual ~vision, since he saw God's very 313 2, 172 | as regards ~the imaginary vision, which he had at his call, 314 2, 172 | David approaches near to the vision of ~Moses, as regards the 315 2, 172 | regards the intellectual vision, because both received a ~ 316 2, 172 | without any imaginary ~vision. Yet the vision of Moses 317 2, 172 | imaginary ~vision. Yet the vision of Moses was more excellent 318 2, 172 | answer that, Prophecy denotes vision of some supernatural truth 319 2, 172 | of all is the ~prophetic vision, which is conveyed by images 320 2, 172 | corporeal ~things. Secondly, vision is remote on the part of 321 2, 172 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This vision of Moses was interrupted 322 2, 172 | permanent like the beatific vision, wherefore he was ~as yet 323 2, 172 | afar. For this reason his vision did not entirely lose ~the 324 2, 173 | heaven, and brought me in the vision of God into Jerusalem."~ 325 2, 173 | up into some ~imaginary vision or fanciful apparition.~ 326 2, 173 | essence but an imaginary ~vision. Therefore it would seem 327 2, 173 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the vision of God is beatific. But 328 2, 173 | are ~incompatible with the vision of the Divine essence. But 329 2, 173 | are seen in the imaginary vision." Now Paul is stated (2 330 2, 173 | been ~rapt to an imaginary vision rather than to the vision 331 2, 173 | vision rather than to the vision of the Divine ~essence.~ 332 2, 173 | words pertaining to the vision of the ~blessed, which transcends 333 2, 173 | was in rapture. Hence this vision did not beatify him simply, 334 2, 173 | rapture consisted in the ~vision of something corporeal, 335 2, 173 | signify a supra-mundane vision. Such ~a vision may be called 336 2, 173 | supra-mundane vision. Such ~a vision may be called the third 337 2, 173 | indicate a supramundane bodily vision, conveyed through the senses; 338 2, 173 | heaven would be an imaginary vision such as Isaias saw, and 339 2, 173 | would denote an intellectual vision ~according to Augustine' 340 2, 173 | Para. 3/3~And since the vision of God cannot be without 341 2, 173 | rapt to this most sublime vision, God was willing to vouchsafe 342 2, 173 | enjoyed an ~uninterrupted vision of the Divine essence, without, 343 2, 173 | what he ~had seen in that vision; hence he said (2 Cor. 12: 344 2, 173 | and caught up into that vision.*" [*The text of St. ~Augustine 345 2, 173 | uplifted to the sublime vision of ~God's essence, it is 346 2, 173 | rule itself of the divine vision that the soul will turn ~ 347 2, 173 | what he ~had known in that vision, by means of certain intelligible 348 2, 173 | for him to be rapt to the ~vision of God, it was necessary 349 2, 173 | he saw God with the same vision as the saints see Him in ~ 350 2, 173 | have been "brought in the vision ~of God into Jerusalem." 351 2, 173 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Paul's vision, while he was in rapture, 352 2, 173 | in rapture, was like the vision ~of the blessed in one respect, 353 2, 174 | which appear in an imaginary vision; wherefore ~Augustine compares ( 354 2, 174 | tongues to an ~imaginary vision. On the other hand, it has 355 2, 174 | excellent than the imaginary vision, as ~stated above (Q[174], 356 2, 174 | should perceive an imaginary vision: ~and so again it belongs 357 2, 174 | imagination ~with the imaginary vision, as happened in the Old 358 2, 178 | state can arise to the ~vision of God?~(6) Of the movements 359 2, 178 | Rachel, which is interpreted 'vision of the principle' [*Or rather, ' 360 2, 178 | contemplative life." Now the vision of a ~principle belongs 361 2, 178 | OBJ 2: We are urged to the vision of the first principle, 362 2, 178 | to the ~three aforesaid, vision [speculatio] belongs to 363 2, 178 | contemplative life can reach to ~the vision of the Divine essence?~Aquin.: 364 2, 178 | contemplative ~life can reach to the vision of the Divine essence. For, 365 2, 178 | has been ~saved." Now the vision of God's face is the vision 366 2, 178 | vision of God's face is the vision of the Divine essence. ~ 367 2, 178 | present life can extend to the vision of the ~incomprehensible 368 2, 178 | present life can extend to the vision of the ~essence of God.~ 369 2, 178 | not caught ~up into that vision." This has been carefully 370 2, 178 | where we ~treated of the vision of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 371 2, 178 | can nowise ~attain to the vision of God's essence. Secondly, 372 2, 178 | life can attain to the ~vision of the Divine essence. Consequently 373 2, 178 | attain to the glory of ~vision." Accordingly the words 374 2, 178 | blessed ~Benedict, in that vision, saw God in His essence, 375 2, 178 | one loves; even as bodily vision gives pleasure, ~not only 376 2, 179 | wander abroad from the Divine vision, so as ~to be deprived of 377 2, 180 | signified, is interpreted "the vision of the ~principle," [*Or 378 2, 180 | 2: Further, clearness of vision is a requisite for the contemplative ~ 379 2, 180 | is a hindrance to clear vision; for Gregory says ~(Hom. 380 3, 1 | defect of either the beatific vision or ~fruition. Therefore 381 3, 7 | will appear ~to him in a vision, or I will speak to him 382 3, 7 | knowledge, viz. ~by dream and vision, belongs to the nature of 383 3, 7 | common in heaven, viz.: vision, ~possession and fruition, 384 3, 9 | which consists in the ~vision of God, is not natural to 385 3, 9 | which consists in the ~vision of God; and is ordained 386 3, 9 | which consists in the ~vision of God, should belong to 387 3, 9 | Reply OBJ 3: The beatific vision and knowledge are to some 388 3, 9 | the clear "face-to-face" vision removes the enigmatical 389 3, 9 | removes the enigmatical vision of faith, ~as is plain from 390 3, 9 | Reply OBJ 1: The imperfect vision of faith is essentially 391 3, 9 | essentially opposed to ~manifest vision, seeing that it is of the 392 3, 10 | knowledge, which consists in the vision of God, we shall speak here 393 3, 10 | greater than to ~be united by vision. But as Damascene says ( 394 3, 10 | to know ~by knowledge of vision, but also what ever He Himself 395 3, 10 | Himself ~by the knowledge of vision, but not all that God knows 396 3, 10 | equal to the knowledge of vision as regards the number of 397 3, 10 | and ~not by a knowledge of vision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[10] A[ 398 3, 10 | Further, the perfection of vision does not exceed the power 399 3, 10 | 1/1~I answer that, The vision of the Divine Essence is 400 3, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The vision of the Divine Essence exceeds 401 3, 10 | perfection of the Divine vision; ~although, absolutely speaking, 402 3, 13 | knows by the ~knowledge of vision. So, too, the similitudes 403 3, 14 | saw the Word of God by the vision ~wherein the blessed see, 404 3, 14 | the beatific fruition and vision, but the fulness of ~health" ( 405 3, 20 | reigns by faith, to the vision," i.e. to see the essence ~ 406 3, 21 | being and by the blessed vision." Secondly, movement ~signifies 407 3, 23 | to begin to be in us by vision, as a gloss says on Rm. 408 3, 30 | the Virgin in a ~bodily vision?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 409 3, 30 | to the Virgin in a bodily vision. For "intellectual vision 410 3, 30 | vision. For "intellectual vision is ~more excellent than 411 3, 30 | more excellent than bodily vision," as Augustine says (Gen. 412 3, 30 | angel: since by intellectual vision an ~angel is seen in his 413 3, 30 | substance; whereas in a bodily vision he is seen in ~the bodily 414 3, 30 | the most excellent kind of vision. Therefore it ~seems that 415 3, 30 | Virgin in an ~intellectual vision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 416 3, 30 | OBJ 2: Further, imaginary vision also seems to excel bodily 417 3, 30 | also seems to excel bodily vision: just ~as the imagination 418 3, 30 | was clearly an ~imaginary vision. Therefore it seems that 419 3, 30 | Virgin also in an imaginary vision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 420 3, 30 | OBJ 3: Further, the bodily vision of a spiritual substance 421 3, 30 | should be made in a bodily vision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 422 3, 30 | pertain to other than bodily vision. Therefore the angel of 423 3, 30 | Annunciation appeared in a bodily vision to the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: 424 3, 30 | Annunciation appeared in a bodily vision ~to the Blessed Virgin. 425 3, 30 | refreshed by the angelic vision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 426 3, 30 | such an event she needed a vision of great solemnity."~Aquin.: 427 3, 30 | Reply OBJ 1: Intellectual vision excels merely imaginary 428 3, 30 | imaginary and merely ~bodily vision. But Augustine himself says ( 429 3, 30 | intellectual and imaginary vision, ~than if accompanied by 430 3, 30 | perceived ~not only the bodily vision, but also the intellectual 431 3, 30 | this was a more excellent vision. Yet it would have been 432 3, 30 | substance by her ~intellectual vision. But it was incompatible 433 3, 30 | not have so excellent a vision as the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: 434 3, 30 | but also in ~imaginary vision. Wherefore it is written ( 435 3, 30 | therefore he ought to forego the vision of an angel. ~First because 436 3, 34 | indeed, than corporeal vision; inasmuch as ~to understand, 437 3, 39 | elements, but by ~a spiritual vision: thus does Ezechiel relate 438 3, 39 | refer this to the corporeal vision, and say that such a brilliant ~ 439 3, 39 | referred to the imaginary vision, in ~which manner Ezechiel 440 3, 39 | heavens opened: since such a vision was ~formed in Christ's 441 3, 39 | referred to intellectual vision: ~forasmuch as Christ, when 442 3, 39 | Apocalypse (5:6): "For the latter vision ~took place in the spirit 443 3, 41 | really, but ~in an imaginary vision; while others say that the 444 3, 45 | the body in an imaginary vision of future beatitude." ~But 445 3, 45 | as to the soul, of the vision in which Paul saw God in 446 3, 52 | admitted to the glory of the vision of God, ~to which no one 447 3, 55 | greater glory from the Divine vision: because the women whose 448 3, 55 | of faith to the beatific vision, so did men come to the 449 3, 57 | out of due time": which vision would not ~confirm the truth 450 3, 69 | deprived of the heavenly vision. ~But the penalties of the 451 3, 71 | consists in privation of the ~vision of God, which cannot be 452 3, 76 | supernatural ~things in the vision of the Divine Essence. But 453 3, 80 | perfect charity, ~and in clear vision (and this is the bread we 454 3, 80 | and angels by manifest vision. But the ~sacraments are 455 3, 80 | blessed angels by manifest vision. ~Consequently the comparison 456 Suppl, 43| mortally; and that this vision was for ~the purpose of 457 Suppl, 69| rest through enjoying the vision of God, whereas before ~ 458 Suppl, 70| sleep, belongs to ~imaginary vision which is in the sensitive 459 Suppl, 70| it save by intellectual ~vision, since it has not the organs 460 Suppl, 70| sensitive or imaginative ~vision is effected. But it would 461 Suppl, 70| impossible for intellectual vision ~to be the cause of sorrow, 462 Suppl, 70| is not punished by that vision.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] A[ 463 Suppl, 70| which results from imaginary vision, since the latter ~is stated 464 Suppl, 70| Reply OBJ 5: In intellectual vision sorrow is not caused by 465 Suppl, 70| intellect. But in the sensible vision the thing seen, by ~its 466 Suppl, 70| Nevertheless, intellectual vision may cause sorrow, in so ~ 467 Suppl, 70| Wherefore, since this ~vision is the immediate cause of 468 Suppl, 72| since no one had come to the vision of God before Christ's ~ 469 Suppl, 72| to them, either by ~their vision of the Word or by any other 470 Suppl, 76| where he is speaking of the vision after ~the resurrection, 471 Suppl, 76| and he is speaking of the vision after the ~resurrection. 472 Suppl, 79| Divine wisdom by the ~very vision of God. Therefore hearing 473 Suppl, 81| that furthermore their vision may be refreshed by the 474 Suppl, 86| banishment from the Divine vision: but there is no reason 475 Suppl, 87| 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: In that vision of Daniel the whole order 476 Suppl, 87| Hence in the ~aforesaid vision it is further stated (Dan. 477 Suppl, 87| slowly or not at ~all." Now vision regards the intellect, whereas 478 Suppl, 87| it would seem that the ~vision of the uncreated light will 479 Suppl, 87| 3~Further, if a certain vision is not always delightful, 480 Suppl, 87| painful. But intellective vision is never painful since ~" 481 Suppl, 87| 34], A[1]]. Therefore the vision of the Godhead can be painful 482 Suppl, 88| unable to ~attain to this vision of the Essence; wherefore 483 Suppl, 88| fittingly ~comforted in the vision of God, it will see the 484 Suppl, 89| Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE VISION OF THE DIVINE ESSENCE IN 485 Suppl, 89| shall consider: (1) Their vision of the Divine ~essence, 486 Suppl, 89| intellect can attain to the vision of God in His ~essence?~ 487 Suppl, 89| intellect cannot attain to the ~vision of God in His essence. For 488 Suppl, 89| unable to attain to the vision of the Divine essence.~Aquin.: 489 Suppl, 89| be ~able to attain to the vision of the Divine essence.~Aquin.: 490 Suppl, 89| can never attain ~to the vision of God in His essence. on 491 Suppl, 89| not only as regards the vision of ~God but also as regards 492 Suppl, 89| but also as regards the vision of any separate substances. 493 Suppl, 89| man does not attain to the vision of ~the Divine essence, 494 Suppl, 89| at length attain to the vision of the Divine essence, and ~ 495 Suppl, 89| that it will attain to the vision of ~separate substances.~ 496 Suppl, 89| whatever, it attains to the vision ~of a separate substance. 497 Suppl, 89| inadequate to the Divine vision which we seek. ~For it is 498 Suppl, 89| suffice for the ~Divine vision that we seek.~Aquin.: SMT 499 Suppl, 89| this will be the beatific vision. ~Hence the Master says ( 500 Suppl, 89| as excluding ~corporeal vision, whereby no one ever saw


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