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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | doctrine is one science. The unity of a faculty or ~habit is 2 1, 1 | beginning or end. Hence the unity of this ~science is not 3 1, 3 | His immutability; (5) His unity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] Out. 4 1, 3 | For example, a point and unity are ~reduced to the genus 5 1, 3 | continuous quantity alone; and unity, of discontinuous quantity. 6 1, 4 | things in a kind of natural unity ~pre-exist in the cause 7 1, 10 | others assert that the unity of eternity as the ~principle 8 1, 10 | duration is the cause of the unity of time. Thus all ~durations 9 1, 10 | subject; and thus receives unity from it. Whereas to ~other 10 1, 11 | 11] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE UNITY OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~After 11 1, 11 | we consider the divine unity; concerning which ~there 12 1, 11 | that ~everything guards its unity as it guards its being.~ 13 1, 11 | likewise ~the removal of unity is founded in some one thing. 14 1, 11 | division must be prior to unity, ~not absolutely in itself, 15 1, 11 | fact that we ~attribute unity to every part. Hence "one" 16 1, 11 | this is shown from the unity of the world. For all things 17 1, 11 | indivisible; such as a point and unity. But a ~thing is said to 18 1, 11 | God is not more "one" than unity is "one" and a point is " 19 1, 11 | things called ~one, the unity of the Divine Trinity holds 20 1, 11 | Reply OBJ 2: A point and unity which is the principle of 21 1, 11 | not equally the cause of unity; for the substance of ~some 22 1, 13 | Reply OBJ 3: The perfect unity of God requires that what 23 1, 13 | intellect represents ~the unity by composition.~Aquin.: 24 1, 14 | common to the proper, as unity is to ~numbers, or as the 25 1, 17 | a ~true body and a false unity: for it imitates unity without 26 1, 17 | false unity: for it imitates unity without being unity." ~But 27 1, 17 | imitates unity without being unity." ~But everything imitates 28 1, 17 | everything imitates the divine unity yet falls short of it. Therefore ~ 29 1, 17 | true opinion of the divine unity.~ 30 1, 25 | manner of the ~addition of unity of numbers (Metaph. viii, 31 1, 26 | all that pertains to the unity of the divine essence, ~ 32 1, 26 | 4]), ~in simplicity and unity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 33 1, 26 | concerning what pertains to the unity of the ~divine essence.~ 34 1, 27 | considered what belongs to the unity of the divine essence, it ~ 35 1, 27 | because operations derive unity and diversity from ~their 36 1, 27 | cannot be on the part of this unity: but the ~proper notion 37 1, 28 | substance ~contains the unity; and relation multiplies 38 1, 28 | wherein there is supreme unity and ~simplicity - but according 39 1, 29 | one" [per se una]; and ~unity belongs to the essence. 40 1, 30 | Reply OBJ 3: The supreme unity and simplicity of God exclude 41 1, 30 | in ~God. For the divine unity is the divine essence. But 42 1, 30 | essence. But every number is ~unity repeated. Therefore every 43 1, 30 | plurality ~is employed to remove unity, and unity to remove plurality; 44 1, 30 | employed to remove unity, and unity to remove plurality; it 45 1, 30 | When we say one God, unity ~excludes plurality of gods, 46 1, 30 | treating of the divine ~unity (Q[11], A[1]); for "one" 47 1, 30 | Multitude does not remove unity, but ~division from each 48 1, 30 | we treated of the divine unity (Q[11], A[2]).~Aquin.: SMT 49 1, 30 | the plurality of gods by unity, it does not ~follow that 50 1, 31 | OF WHAT BELONGS TO THE UNITY OR PLURALITY IN GOD (FOUR 51 1, 31 | consider what belongs to the unity or plurality in God; which ~ 52 1, 31 | not apply to God; as the unity ~of a collective name is 53 1, 31 | exists ~the greatest possible unity. Therefore this word "trinity" 54 1, 31 | exists in God exists in the unity of the divine ~essence; 55 1, 31 | in ~God, it exists in the unity of the divine essence; and 56 1, 31 | contrary, Athanasius says: "Unity in Trinity; and Trinity 57 1, 31 | Trinity; and Trinity in Unity is to be revered."~Aquin.: 58 1, 31 | the "supposita," and a unity of some kind of order. For " 59 1, 31 | Trinity not only is ~there unity of order, but also with 60 1, 31 | also with this there is unity of essence.~Aquin.: SMT 61 1, 31 | when we say, "Trinity in Unity," we do not place ~number 62 1, 31 | not place ~number in the unity of the essence, as if we 63 1, 31 | Persons numbered in the unity of nature; as the "supposita" ~ 64 1, 31 | the other hand, we say ~"Unity in Trinity"; meaning that 65 1, 31 | of Sabellius, who placed unity of ~person with the unity 66 1, 31 | unity of ~person with the unity of essence.~Aquin.: SMT 67 1, 31 | God, lest we take away the unity of essence: ~we may, however, 68 1, 31 | excluded by reason of the unity of ~essence; in so far as 69 1, 31 | Ghost, by reason of the ~unity of essence. Hence we must 70 1, 32 | hence it belongs to the unity of the essence, and not 71 1, 32 | know what ~belongs to the unity of the essence, but not 72 1, 32 | exists in God concerns the unity of the essence ~or the trinity 73 1, 32 | notions do not concern the unity ~of the essence, nor the 74 1, 32 | although God is one by unity ~of essence, and trine by 75 1, 32 | taught, as the trinity and ~unity of God, the Incarnation 76 1, 36 | absolute sense, belongs to the unity of essence. ~Therefore it 77 1, 36 | do not designate personal unity, because ~in that case the 78 1, 36 | again do we ~designate the unity of property, because if 79 1, 36 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, unity in substance makes identity. 80 1, 36 | one God, by reason of the unity of the form that is signified 81 1, 36 | Ghost by reason of the ~unity of the property that is 82 1, 39 | nevertheless retains its ~unity. And because, as Boethius 83 1, 39 | one ~being. So the divine unity is better described by saying 84 1, 39 | so also it has of itself unity or multitude; wherefore 85 1, 39 | a ~subject, so they have unity or plurality from their 86 1, 39 | several "supposita" ~except by unity of order, as the form of 87 1, 39 | a distinct subject. ~The unity or community of the human 88 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: To express unity of essence and of person, 89 1, 39 | De Doctr. Christ. i, 5): "Unity is in ~the Father, equality 90 1, 39 | concord of ~equality and unity." This does not, however, 91 1, 39 | Christ. i, 5) appropriates "unity" to the Father, ~"equality" 92 1, 39 | manifest that these three imply unity, but in different ways. 93 1, 39 | in different ways. For "unity" ~is said absolutely, as 94 1, 39 | principle." "Equality" ~implies unity as regards another; for 95 1, 39 | principle." "Union" implies the unity of two; and is ~therefore 96 1, 39 | first trace of life. Now ~"unity" is perceived at once in 97 1, 39 | other ~persons derive their unity from the Father. But if 98 1, 40 | three persons agree in the unity of essence, we must seek 99 1, 40 | nearer it approaches ~to unity; and so it must be the least 100 1, 41 | and from ~generation the unity of nature in the Father 101 1, 42 | be equal to itself; and unity of ~essence, since for this 102 1, 42 | distinguish the ~persons, and the unity of essence. For this reason 103 1, 42 | principle, except that ~the unity of essence between the principle 104 1, 42 | says (De ~Trin. ix), "The unity of the divine nature implies 105 1, 43 | wherein He appeared, ~into the unity of His person, so that whatever 106 1, 43 | which He appeared, into the unity of ~His person; so that 107 1, 43 | the Holy ~Ghost into the unity of His person, since it 108 1, 44 | said (Parmen. xxvi) that unity must come before multitude; ~ 109 1, 45 | the Trinity but of the ~unity of essence.~Aquin.: SMT 110 1, 47 | Their inequality.~(3) The unity of the world.~Aquin.: SMT 111 1, 47 | it is not against ~God's unity and simplicity to understand 112 1, 47 | equality is the effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 20). ~But 113 1, 47 | addition or subtraction of unity. Hence in natural things 114 1, 47 | OBJ 2: The first effect of unity is equality; and then comes ~ 115 1, 47 | i, 5), is appropriated unity, the Son ~proceeds to Whom 116 1, 47 | created by God shows the unity ~of the world. For this 117 1, 47 | world is called one by the unity of order, whereby ~some 118 1, 47 | end. Therefore from the unity ~of order in things Aristotle 119 1, 47 | Metaph. xii, text 52) the unity of God governing all; and 120 1, 47 | and Plato (Tim.), from the unity of the exemplar, ~proves 121 1, 47 | the exemplar, ~proves the unity of the world, as the thing 122 1, 50 | addition and subtraction of unity, as the ~Philosopher says ( 123 1, 50 | more a thing approaches to unity, so much the less ~is it 124 1, 58 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As unity of term is requisite for 125 1, 58 | of term is requisite for unity of movement, so ~is unity 126 1, 58 | unity of movement, so ~is unity of object required for unity 127 1, 58 | unity of object required for unity of operation. Now it happens 128 1, 60 | uniting ~is derived from unity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 129 1, 60 | affection rests upon natural unity, the angel naturally ~loves 130 1, 61 | straightway it has being and ~unity of itself, and has no cause 131 1, 61 | no cause of its being and unity." But the angels ~are immaterial 132 1, 61 | of their existence and unity, nor such active cause as 133 1, 66 | incorruption, Avicebron taught unity ~of matter in all bodies, 134 1, 66 | bodies, arguing from their unity of form. And, indeed, ~if 135 1, 66 | matter is one with ~the unity of order, as all bodies 136 1, 74 | receding from the perfection of unity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 137 1, 76 | intellectual soul there ~results unity of existence; so that the 138 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 2: Everything has unity in the same way that it 139 1, 76 | source both existence and unity; and therefore things which 140 1, 76 | addition or subtraction of unity. And (De Anima ii, 3) he ~ 141 1, 76 | something else. Wherefore the unity of a thing composed of matter 142 1, 39 | nevertheless retains its ~unity. And because, as Boethius 143 1, 39 | one ~being. So the divine unity is better described by saying 144 1, 39 | so also it has of itself unity or multitude; wherefore 145 1, 39 | a ~subject, so they have unity or plurality from their 146 1, 39 | several "supposita" ~except by unity of order, as the form of 147 1, 39 | a distinct subject. ~The unity or community of the human 148 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: To express unity of essence and of person, 149 1, 39 | De Doctr. Christ. i, 5): "Unity is in ~the Father, equality 150 1, 39 | concord of ~equality and unity." This does not, however, 151 1, 39 | Christ. i, 5) appropriates "unity" to the Father, ~"equality" 152 1, 39 | manifest that these three imply unity, but in different ways. 153 1, 39 | in different ways. For "unity" ~is said absolutely, as 154 1, 39 | principle." "Equality" ~implies unity as regards another; for 155 1, 39 | principle." "Union" implies the unity of two; and is ~therefore 156 1, 39 | first trace of life. Now ~"unity" is perceived at once in 157 1, 39 | other ~persons derive their unity from the Father. But if 158 1, 40 | three persons agree in the unity of essence, we must seek 159 1, 40 | nearer it approaches ~to unity; and so it must be the least 160 1, 41 | and from ~generation the unity of nature in the Father 161 1, 42 | be equal to itself; and unity of ~essence, since for this 162 1, 42 | distinguish the ~persons, and the unity of essence. For this reason 163 1, 42 | principle, except that ~the unity of essence between the principle 164 1, 42 | says (De ~Trin. ix), "The unity of the divine nature implies 165 1, 43 | wherein He appeared, ~into the unity of His person, so that whatever 166 1, 43 | which He appeared, into the unity of ~His person; so that 167 1, 43 | the Holy ~Ghost into the unity of His person, since it 168 1, 45 | said (Parmen. xxvi) that unity must come before multitude; ~ 169 1, 46 | the Trinity but of the ~unity of essence.~Aquin.: SMT 170 1, 48 | Their inequality.~(3) The unity of the world.~Aquin.: SMT 171 1, 48 | it is not against ~God's unity and simplicity to understand 172 1, 48 | equality is the effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 20). ~But 173 1, 48 | addition or subtraction of unity. Hence in natural things 174 1, 48 | OBJ 2: The first effect of unity is equality; and then comes 175 1, 48 | i, 5), is appropriated unity, the Son ~proceeds to Whom 176 1, 48 | created by God shows the unity ~of the world. For this 177 1, 48 | world is called one by the unity of order, whereby ~some 178 1, 48 | end. Therefore from the unity ~of order in things Aristotle 179 1, 48 | Metaph. xii, text 52) the unity of ~God governing all; and 180 1, 48 | and Plato (Tim.), from the unity of the exemplar, ~proves 181 1, 48 | the exemplar, ~proves the unity of the world, as the thing 182 1, 51 | addition and subtraction of unity, as the ~Philosopher says ( 183 1, 51 | more a thing approaches to unity, so much the less ~is it 184 1, 59 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As unity of term is requisite for 185 1, 59 | of term is requisite for unity of movement, so ~is unity 186 1, 59 | unity of movement, so ~is unity of object required for unity 187 1, 59 | unity of object required for unity of operation. Now it happens 188 1, 61 | uniting ~is derived from unity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 189 1, 61 | affection rests upon natural unity, the angel naturally ~loves 190 1, 62 | straightway it has being and ~unity of itself, and has no cause 191 1, 62 | no cause of its being and unity." But the angels ~are immaterial 192 1, 62 | of their existence and unity, nor such active cause as 193 1, 67 | incorruption, Avicebron taught unity ~of matter in all bodies, 194 1, 67 | bodies, arguing from their unity of form. And, indeed, ~if 195 1, 67 | matter is one with ~the unity of order, as all bodies 196 1, 73 | receding from the perfection of unity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 197 1, 75 | intellectual soul there ~results unity of existence; so that the 198 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 2: Everything has unity in the same way that it 199 1, 75 | source both existence and unity; and therefore things which 200 1, 75 | addition or subtraction of unity. And (De Anima ii, 3) he ~ 201 1, 75 | something else. Wherefore the unity of a thing composed of matter 202 1, 78 | that which is the cause of unity is still more ~itself one. 203 1, 78 | first principles proves the unity of the ~separate intellect, 204 1, 78 | to the sun; but not the unity of ~the active intellect, 205 1, 84 | matter, such as "being," "unity," "power," "act," and the 206 1, 84 | which ~are points"; also unity comes into the definition 207 1, 84 | indivisible, as a point and unity, which cannot be divided 208 1, 84 | that which is limited. ~Unity is the measure of number: 209 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As unity means absence of division, 210 1, 92 | things belong more to the unity of the Essence than to the 211 1, 92 | Trinity ~of Persons, but the unity of the Essence.~Aquin.: 212 1, 92 | that, Likeness is a kind of unity, for oneness in quality ~ 213 1, 102 | consists in some ~good. But unity belongs to the idea of goodness, 214 1, 102 | good, so do they ~desire unity; without which they would 215 1, 102 | ruler over a multitude is unity, or ~peace. Now the proper 216 1, 102 | Now the proper cause of unity is one. For it is clear 217 1, 102 | cannot be the cause of unity or concord, except so far 218 1, 102 | apt and a better ~cause of unity than several things united. 219 1, 102 | not one by reason of the ~unity of the Governor, it must 220 1, 111 | the nearer a number is to unity, the lesser it is than ~ 221 1, 114 | multitude proceeds from unity; and since what ~is immovable 222 1, 115 | speaking neither a being, nor a unity. But every ~action of nature 223 1, 117 | just as the addition of unity constitutes another species 224 2, 1 | as such, that quantity or unity be added to it. Wherefore 225 2, 3 | as we fall short of the unity and continuity of that operation 226 2, 17 | are one heap; ~which is unity of composition or order. 227 2, 18 | of His Being in a certain unity: ~whereas every other thing 228 2, 18 | the ~external actions; but unity of species on the part of 229 2, 18 | goodness: just as every unity added to a ~number makes 230 2, 20 | to natural ~and not moral unity, it can be both good and 231 2, 20 | one in the ~point of moral unity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 232 2, 32 | that, Likeness is a kind of unity; hence that which is like 233 2, 36 | Whether the craving for unity is a cause of sorrow?~(4) 234 2, 36 | Whether the craving for unity is a cause of sorrow?~Aquin.: 235 2, 36 | seem that the craving for unity is not a cause of ~sorrow. 236 2, 36 | Therefore the craving ~for unity is not the universal cause 237 2, 36 | since repletion pertains ~to unity, and division is the cause 238 2, 36 | separation is opposed to unity. If therefore ~sorrow were 239 2, 36 | caused by a craving for unity, no separation would be ~ 240 2, 36 | But as conjunction regards unity, since it is a ~kind of 241 2, 36 | separation is contrary to unity. Therefore the craving ~ 242 2, 36 | Therefore the craving ~for unity should not be reckoned, 243 2, 36 | how their souls desire ~unity, in ruling and quickening 244 2, 36 | sorrow, so must a craving for unity, and love, be accounted ~ 245 2, 36 | thing consists in a certain ~unity, inasmuch as each thing 246 2, 36 | everything naturally desires ~unity, just as it desires goodness: 247 2, 36 | the love or craving for unity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 248 2, 36 | the desire of any kind of unity cause pain or sorrow, as 249 2, 36 | craving, not for any kind of ~unity, but for that unity in which 250 2, 36 | of ~unity, but for that unity in which the perfection 251 2, 36 | far as they destroy the unity which is due. Wherefore 252 2, 36 | whereas the ~craving for unity is.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] 253 2, 52 | constituted by an indivisible unity. The ~same is to be said 254 2, 54 | one, whence it derives its unity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[54] A[ 255 2, 60 | generically, on account of the ~unity of the agent: but it varies 256 2, 60 | does not suffice for ~the unity of moral virtue.~Aquin.: 257 2, 69 | of God, Who is the God of unity and peace. Hence, as a reward, ~ 258 2, 82 | inordinate ~disposition, unity of species depends on the 259 2, 82 | on the cause, while the unity of ~number is derived from 260 2, 90 | that genus: for instance, unity in the genus of numbers, 261 2, 94 | nature, on ~account of the unity of nature as a whole; or 262 2, 99 | is one ~according to the unity of its end, because it aims 263 2, 99 | can attain, ~such as the Unity of the Godhead; in order 264 2, 100 | commandment we reverence the unity of the ~First Principle; 265 2, 102 | should worship above all His unity and simplicity. ~Therefore 266 2, 102 | OBJ 3: The reason for the unity of the temple or tabernacle 267 2, 102 | men their belief in the unity of the ~Godhead, God wished 268 2, 102 | hereby is signified the unity ~of the Church, whether 269 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 4: Just as the unity of the temple or tabernacle 270 2, 102 | tabernacle betokened the ~unity of God, or the unity of 271 2, 102 | the ~unity of God, or the unity of the Church, so also the 272 2, 102 | pomegranates, signifying unity of faith and concord in 273 2, 102 | should ~not rend asunder the unity of faith and peace.~Aquin.: 274 2, 107 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The unity of faith under both Testaments 275 2, 107 | Testaments witnesses to the ~unity of end: for it has been 276 2, 113 | together with itself; for unity is opposed to ~multitude. 277 2, 1 | such as the ~Existence and Unity of God, and so forth. Therefore 278 2, 1 | know by ~demonstration the unity of the Godhead, and, by 279 2, 1 | to our belief: first, the unity of the Godhead, to which 280 2, 1 | in the one article of the unity of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 281 2, 1 | and Holy ~Ghost, as to the unity of the Essence, to which 282 2, 10 | whence it derives its unity, although its matter contains 283 2, 10 | faith, is belief in the unity of God, from which the heathens 284 2, 22 | virtue by reason of the unity of the Divine ~truth, according 285 2, 22 | virtue by reason of the unity of the Divine goodness.~ 286 2, 24 | another. Hence, just as unity ~is the principle of union, 287 2, 25 | God. ~Wherefore just as unity surpasses union, the fact 288 2, 28 | consent." But there cannot be ~unity of consent in things which 289 2, 28 | 3: Peace gives calm and unity to the appetite. Now just 290 2, 37 | also divides a man from the unity of faith. If, ~therefore, 291 2, 37 | and scission is opposed to unity. ~Wherefore the sin of schism 292 2, 37 | essentially ~opposed to unity. For in the moral, as in 293 2, 37 | sever himself from that unity which is the effect of charity: ~ 294 2, 37 | also the whole Church in unity of spirit.~Aquin.: SMT SS 295 2, 37 | separate themselves from the unity of the Church; for this ~ 296 2, 37 | for this ~is the chief unity, and the particular unity 297 2, 37 | unity, and the particular unity of several individuals among ~ 298 2, 37 | themselves is subordinate to the unity of the Church, even as the 299 2, 37 | body is subordinate to the unity ~of the whole body. Now 300 2, 37 | the whole body. Now the unity of the Church consists in 301 2, 37 | essentially opposed to the ~unity of ecclesiastical charity. 302 2, 37 | namely, ~ecclesiastical unity, whereas unbelief is contrary 303 2, 37 | opposed to ecclesiastical unity, which is a ~participated 304 2, 37 | good ~of ecclesiastical unity, to which schism is opposed, 305 2, 37 | when ~they return to the unity of the Church, provided 306 2, 37 | He who observes neither unity of spirit nor the ~concord 307 2, 37 | who are severed from the unity of ~the Church, and disturb 308 2, 37 | admonitions leads back to the unity of the Church ~those who 309 2, 40 | kind of good, namely ~the unity and peace of a people, it 310 2, 40 | opposed to the spiritual unity of the multitude, viz. ~ 311 2, 40 | multitude, viz. ~ecclesiastical unity, whereas sedition is contrary 312 2, 40 | the temporal or ~secular unity of the multitude, for instance 313 2, 40 | sedition is contrary to the ~unity of the multitude, viz. the 314 2, 40 | Wherefore it is evident that the unity to which sedition is ~opposed 315 2, 40 | sedition is ~opposed is the unity of law and common good: 316 2, 40 | for it is contrary to the unity of the ~multitude, which 317 2, 47 | things are requisite for a unity, one of ~them must needs 318 2, 47 | predominant, whence the ~whole has unity. Accordingly foresight is 319 2, 59 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, unity or multitude do not change 320 2, 59 | not only in ~respect of unity and multitude, but also 321 2, 81 | because the Master of unity ~did not wish us to pray 322 2, 86 | monk" takes his name from "unity" [*The Greek ~{monos}] in 323 2, 106 | Thirdly, in order to mark the unity of human fellowship, ~whereby 324 2, 106 | one, in ~commendation of unity, as state above (Reply OBJ[ 325 2, 112 | brethren to dwell together in unity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[114] 326 2, 169 | which being one, gives unity of species to prophecy, 327 2, 178 | this act it derives its unity. Yet ~it has many acts whereby 328 2, 181 | distinction is opposed to unity. Now the faithful of ~Christ 329 2, 181 | of ~Christ are called to unity according to Jn. 17:21,22: " 330 2, 181 | not an obstacle to ~the unity of the Church, for this 331 2, 181 | for this results from the unity of faith, ~charity, and 332 2, 181 | members are held ~together in unity by the power of the quickening 333 2, 181 | Careful to keep the ~unity of the Spirit in the bond 334 2, 181 | a man departs from this ~unity of spirit when he seeks 335 2, 182 | virtues together in perfect unity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 336 2, 182 | concurring together in the unity of truth, according to ~ 337 2, 186 | things, to ~the Godlike unity and the perfection beloved 338 2, 186 | gathered together in the unity of peace. Now study ~leads 339 3, 1 | To be united to God in unity of person was not fitting 340 3, 2 | should not have an absolute unity, but relative only, for ~ 341 3, 2 | varies the species, as unity varies number, as is said ( 342 3, 2 | the soul and body a double unity, viz. of nature and ~person - 343 3, 2 | proved (FP, Q[3], A[8]). Unity of person results ~from 344 3, 2 | a temple; secondly, ~"by unity of intention," inasmuch 345 3, 2 | desirous of keeping the unity of person, held that ~the 346 3, 2 | even Nestorius ~spoke of unity of person on account of 347 3, 2 | person on account of the unity of dignity and honor. ~Hence 348 3, 2 | 5) we read: "Since the unity may be understood in many ~ 349 3, 2 | what is assumed into the unity of the ~hypostasis from 350 3, 2 | instrument, and not into the unity of the hypostasis. ~And 351 3, 2 | instrument ~belonging to the unity of the hypostasis.~Aquin.: 352 3, 2 | united falls short of the unity ~of what is one, since what 353 3, 2 | is ~shown especially in unity itself, which is the principle 354 3, 2 | does not imply the greatest unity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[9] 355 3, 2 | Son is in the Father by ~unity of essence, and man is in 356 3, 2 | Incarnation is greater than the unity of the ~Divine Essence, 357 3, 2 | Incarnation implies the greatest unity. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[ 358 3, 2 | over other ~unions; for the unity of the Divine Person, in 359 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The unity of the Divine Person is 360 3, 2 | greater than numerical ~unity, which is the principle 361 3, 2 | principle of number. For the unity of a Divine Person ~is an 362 3, 2 | uncreated and self-subsisting unity, not received into another 363 3, 2 | pertains to the nature of unity; and therefore it is not 364 3, 2 | a part, as in numerical unity, which is a part of number, ~ 365 3, 2 | is higher than numerical unity by reason of ~the unity 366 3, 2 | unity by reason of ~the unity of the Divine Person, and 367 3, 2 | nature, ~which is not the unity of the Divine Person, but 368 3, 2 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: The unity of the Divine Person is 369 3, 2 | Person is greater than the unity of ~person and nature in 370 3, 2 | Incarnation is greater ~than the unity of the Divine Persons in 371 3, 3 | assumption is terminated in the unity of Person, as ~has been 372 3, 3 | one and the same man to unity of Person."~Aquin.: SMT 373 3, 3 | Nor would "one" imply unity of person, but unity in 374 3, 3 | imply unity of person, but unity in human nature; for it ~ 375 3, 3 | would be assumed to ~the unity, not indeed of one Person, 376 3, 3 | of one Person, but to the unity of each Person, so ~that 377 3, 3 | Divine Nature has a natural unity with each Person, so ~also 378 3, 3 | human nature would have a unity with each Person by assumption.~ 379 3, 3 | called, on account of the unity of ~suppositum, one man 380 3, 3 | and not on ~account of the unity of suppositum. So likewise, 381 3, 3 | 6], ad 1), not from the unity of suppositum, but ~because 382 3, 4 | cannot be assumed to the unity of a Divine Person, unless 383 3, 4 | could join it to ~Himself in unity of Person, and in this way 384 3, 4 | nature, so that on both sides unity might be found.~Aquin.: 385 3, 5 | to assume a body to the unity of the nature, which is ~ 386 3, 5 | He assumed a body to the unity of ~Person.~Aquin.: SMT 387 3, 6 | united to the Word of God in ~unity of hypostasis or person. 388 3, 7 | Yet ~because together with unity of person there remains 389 3, 7 | grace, and because of the unity [*Perhaps we ~should read ' 390 3, 7 | assumption of human nature to the unity of the Person preceded the ~ 391 3, 8 | assumed by the devil into unity of person, as the ~humanity 392 3, 9 | or nature; yet with the unity of Person remains the ~distinction 393 3, 10 | another, but in a certain unity, i.e. in any creature in ~ 394 3, 12 | above the common mode, in ~unity of person, so above the 395 3, 16 | belong to Christ by reason of unity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[16] Out. 396 3, 16 | Christ; ~because since the unity of person remains inseparably, 397 3, 17 | Para. 1/3 - OF CHRIST'S UNITY OF BEING (TWO ARTICLES)~ 398 3, 17 | what pertains to Christ's unity in common. For, in ~their 399 3, 17 | consider what pertains to unity and plurality ~in detail: 400 3, 17 | we must consider Christ's unity (1) of being; (2) of will; ( 401 3, 17 | Person. But on account of the unity of the Nature, notwithstanding ~ 402 3, 17 | Therefore, notwithstanding the unity ~of Person, Christ is two 403 3, 17 | thing by reason ~of the unity of person." Hence Gregory 404 3, 17 | yet ~on account of the unity of nature there is only 405 3, 17 | has being. Hence it has unity ~from the unity of hypostasis, 406 3, 17 | Hence it has unity ~from the unity of hypostasis, rather than 407 3, 17 | assumed ~by the Son of God to unity of Person.~Aquin.: SMT TP 408 3, 18 | Para. 1/1 - OF CHRIST'S UNITY OF WILL (SIX ARTICLES)~We 409 3, 18 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider unity as regards the will; and 410 3, 19 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE UNITY OF CHRIST'S OPERATION (FOUR 411 3, 19 | We must now consider the unity of Christ's operation; and 412 3, 19 | operation. But on account of the unity of hypostasis there is only ~ 413 3, 19 | on account of ~the same unity, there is one operation 414 3, 19 | operations, but from the unity of hypostasis ~springs the 415 3, 19 | hypostasis ~springs the numerical unity as regards the operation 416 3, 19 | of a ~term; consequently, unity of person requires unity 417 3, 19 | unity of person requires unity of the complete and ~personal 418 3, 19 | incompatible with ~personal unity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 419 3, 19 | operations, judging the unity of the operation solely 420 3, 19 | are now considering the ~unity and plurality of operations 421 3, 21 | was assumed by God to the ~unity of Person, even as every 422 3, 21 | of Peace and ~Master of Unity did not wish prayers to 423 3, 22 | R.O. 2 Para. 3/3~As to the unity of this sacrifice, it was 424 3, 22 | in ~Joan.) ecclesiastical unity, which is established by 425 3, 24 | united to the Son of God in unity of Person.~Aquin.: SMT TP 426 3, 27 | rather gave her mind a unity of purpose and disengaged 427 3, 31 | uniting both natures in the unity of one Person, He has given 428 3, 32 | the Son of God into the unity of Person, not by ~reason 429 3, 32 | the ~Word, into so great unity of Person, that He Himself 430 3, 33 | to all its parts in the unity of hypostasis: nor was it 431 3, 34 | the Word of God unto the unity ~of Person." But human nature 432 3, 35 | humanity were not assumed unto unity of ~the Person or hypostasis 433 3, 35 | hypostasis or person. Because the unity or plurality of a relation 434 3, 35 | mother, on account of the unity of the cause ~thereof. For 435 3, 37 | always united to Him in unity of person. ~Therefore there 436 3, 39 | Until we all meet into the unity of faith, and of the ~knowledge 437 3, 39 | creature were assumed into the unity of the Divine ~Person; since 438 3, 39 | the building up of the unity of the Church. Hence it 439 3, 39 | in the dove recognize unity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 440 3, 39 | did not ~assume it into unity of person. Wherefore, after 441 3, 46 | Until we all meet into the unity of faith, and of the knowledge ~ 442 3, 47 | because it was united in unity of person ~with the Divine 443 3, 50 | necessity that when ~the unity of species is taken away 444 3, 50 | species is taken away the unity of identity is also taken ~ 445 3, 50 | which suppositum follows the unity of identity; but ~by reason 446 3, 55 | they had shared in the unity of His body, the enemy's 447 3, 57 | assumed human nature in unity of ~person.~Aquin.: SMT 448 3, 58 | in the ~Father there is unity, in the Son equality, in 449 3, 58 | Ghost the ~connection of unity with equality."~Aquin.: 450 3, 58 | distinction of nature, ~and unity of person. According to 451 3, 58 | condition of nature, but unity of ~suppositum, as explained 452 3, 58 | power." But if "as" denote ~unity of person, thus again as 453 3, 64 | united to the Godhead in unity ~of Person, it has a certain 454 3, 65 | above (A[1]). For just as unity precedes multitude, so ~ 455 3, 66 | three ~immersions, and the unity of the Godhead in one immersion."~ 456 3, 66 | Consequently for this reason the unity of Baptism is not ~destroyed.~ 457 3, 67 | sacrament of ecclesiastical unity, according to the Apostle ( 458 3, 67 | participator in ecclesiastical unity, wherefore also he receives 459 3, 67 | baptize at the same time. For unity is ~contained in multitude, 460 3, 72 | because everything has unity, just as it has being, ~ 461 3, 72 | Until we all meet into the unity ~of faith . . . unto the 462 3, 73 | sacrament of the Church's unity. But a ~sacrament bears 463 3, 73 | of the sacrament is the ~unity of the mystical body, without 464 3, 73 | depart from this world in the unity of Christ's body, before 465 3, 73 | that of ~Ecclesiastical unity, in which men are aggregated 466 3, 74 | sacrament, and for denoting the unity of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 467 3, 75 | they denote ecclesiastical unity, as "one bread is made from ~ 468 3, 75 | are mistaken, because the unity of time and of instant, ~ 469 3, 79 | sacrament of ~piety, O sign of unity, O bond of charity!"~Aquin.: 470 3, 79 | of spiritual food and the unity denoted ~by the species 471 3, 79 | where shall be peace, and unity, full ~and perfect."~Aquin.: 472 3, 80 | fundamentally severs a ~man from the unity of the Church, simply speaking, 473 3, 80 | sacrament ~of the Church's unity, as stated above (Q[61], 474 3, 80 | one daily communion the unity of Christ's Passion is set ~ 475 3, 82 | this is "the ~sacrament of unity." But multitude seems to 476 3, 82 | multitude seems to be opposed to unity. ~Therefore it seems inconsistent 477 3, 82 | sacrament of ecclesiastical unity, ~which is brought about 478 3, 82 | when ~they return to the unity of the Church, they are 479 3, 82 | of the Church, in whose unity he remains; but in consecrating 480 3, 82 | priest severed from the unity ~of the Church celebrates 481 3, 82 | he is severed from ~the unity of the Church, his prayers 482 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The unity of the mystical body is 483 3, 82 | those ~who belong to the unity of the Faith are not to 484 3, 83 | this is the sacrament ~of unity and peace, as stated above ( 485 3, 83 | is the sacrament of the unity of the whole ~Church: and 486 3, 83 | makes no difference, since unity of faith insures the happy 487 3, 84 | repeated, on account of the ~unity of Christ's Passion and 488 Suppl, 29| several - as a point, and unity. Secondly, as something ~ 489 Suppl, 29| perfect ~signification, the unity of the sacrament consists 490 Suppl, 29| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The unity of a complete whole is not 491 Suppl, 29| form does not destroy the unity of the sacrament.~Aquin.: 492 Suppl, 29| of ministers ~destroy the unity of this sacrament, because 493 Suppl, 29| as ~instruments, and the unity of a smith's work is not 494 Suppl, 40| causing ~a division in the unity of the Church. Again, between 495 Suppl, 44| either hand we may find unity and diversity of relation. 496 Suppl, 44| matrimony, on the one hand, have unity in both extremes, namely 497 Suppl, 44| husband" and "wife," while its unity is denoted by its being 498 Suppl, 49| is required, so also is unity, whereby one ~man has one 499 Suppl, 49| something else pertaining to unity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 500 Suppl, 49| may also reply that the unity to which the ~objection


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