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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | consider: (1) Whether God exists? ~(2) The manner of His 2 1, 2 | Whether the proposition "God exists" is self-evident?~(2) Whether 3 1, 2 | demonstrable?~(3) Whether God exists?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[1] 4 1, 2 | is at once seen that God exists. For by ~this word is signified 5 1, 2 | conceived. But that which exists actually and mentally is 6 1, 2 | greater than ~that which exists only mentally. Therefore, 7 1, 2 | God" is understood it exists mentally, it also follows 8 1, 2 | it also follows that it exists ~actually. Therefore the 9 1, 2 | Therefore the proposition "God exists" is self-evident. ~Aquin.: 10 1, 2 | Jn. 14:6) ~Therefore "God exists" is self-evident.~Aquin.: 11 1, 2 | 1). Therefore, that God exists is not ~self-evident.~Aquin.: 12 1, 2 | this proposition, "God ~exists," of itself is self-evident, 13 1, 2 | OBJ 1: To know that God exists in a general and confused 14 1, 2 | know absolutely that God ~exists; just as to know that someone 15 1, 2 | what the word signifies exists actually, ~but only that 16 1, 2 | actually, ~but only that it exists mentally. Nor can it be 17 1, 2 | argued that it actually ~exists, unless it be admitted that 18 1, 2 | admitted that there actually exists something than ~which nothing 19 1, 2 | be demonstrated that God exists?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[2] 20 1, 2 | article of faith that God exists. But what is of faith cannot 21 1, 2 | be ~demonstrated that God exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[2] 22 1, 2 | cannot ~demonstrate that God exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[2] 23 1, 2 | anything is whether it exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[2] 24 1, 2 | its cause, if the effect exists, the cause must pre-exist. ~ 25 1, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God exists?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[3] 26 1, 2 | Therefore some intelligent being exists by whom all natural things 27 1, 3 | does not follow that matter exists in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 28 1, 3 | we can know "whether" God exists as said above (Q[2], ~A[ 29 1, 3 | signifies not only what exists of ~itself - for existence 30 1, 4 | actuality except so far as it exists. Hence existence is that 31 1, 4 | received; and not as that which exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[4] A[2] 32 1, 4 | perfect than what merely exists; ~and an intelligent thing 33 1, 4 | because whatever perfection exists ~in an effect must be found 34 1, 4 | when he says that, "God exists not ~in any single mode, 35 1, 4 | perfect than what merely exists, because living things also 36 1, 5 | is perfect so far as it ~exists; for it is existence that 37 1, 5 | actuality, a thing simply ~exists; and regarded in its complete 38 1, 7 | For granted that a body exists infinite in ~magnitude, 39 1, 7 | that, A twofold opinion exists on this subject. Some, as ~ 40 1, 8 | follow that it lives or ~exists in the heavens, because 41 1, 10 | follow. For a thing which exists in time grows old with time, 42 1, 10 | that, A twofold opinion exists on this subject. Some say 43 1, 10 | forasmuch ~as one number exists for all things numbered; 44 1, 10 | numbered. Now number as it exists in ~the thing numbered, 45 1, 11 | ult.): "Nothing which ~exists is not in some way one," 46 1, 12 | knower. But no proportion ~exists between the created intellect 47 1, 12 | at all, but because He exists above all that exists; inasmuch 48 1, 12 | He exists above all that exists; inasmuch as He is ~His 49 1, 12 | subsistent being. ~Therefore what exists only in individual matter 50 1, 12 | essence, sees in Him that He exists infinitely, and is infinitely ~ 51 1, 12 | know of God "whether He exists," and to know of ~Him what 52 1, 13 | to express anything that exists positively in Him. ~Hence 53 1, 13 | for instance a habitude exists between two things ~according 54 1, 13 | and the like; for quantity exists in both extremes: and the 55 1, 13 | in sense a real relation ~exists, because they are ordered 56 1, 13 | its mode of signification exists ~before science, but if 57 1, 13 | a diverse ~signification exists, there is no contradiction 58 1, 14 | answer that, In God there exists the most perfect knowledge. 59 1, 14 | multiplied in creatures exists in ~God simply and unitedly ( 60 1, 14 | which is taken as the term, exists ~outside the operator; nevertheless 61 1, 14 | that whatever perfection exists in ~any creature, wholly 62 1, 14 | known by God, before it ~exists."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 63 1, 14 | universal causes. For nothing exists in any singular thing, ~ 64 1, 14 | from the fact that a thing exists in some period of time, 65 1, 15 | this twofold ~office, as it exists in the mind of God. So far 66 1, 16 | intellect itself. Now as good exists in a thing so far as that 67 1, 16 | know the comparison ~which exists between the thing seen and 68 1, 16 | has been said that truth ~exists in other things (A[1]). 69 1, 16 | Hence all the truth that exists in the ~statement - "that 70 1, 16 | we ~speak of truth, as it exists in the intellect, according 71 1, 16 | in an intellect, if one ~exists that is eternal.~Aquin.: 72 1, 17 | arise:~(1) Whether falsity exists in things?~(2) Whether it 73 1, 17 | in things?~(2) Whether it exists in the sense?~(3) Whether 74 1, 17 | the sense?~(3) Whether it exists in the intellect?~(4) Concerning 75 1, 17 | Para. 1/1~Whether falsity exists in things?~Aquin.: SMT FP 76 1, 17 | concluded that the false exists nowhere; whatever reason 77 1, 17 | everything, in so far as ~it exists, imitates God. Therefore 78 1, 17 | Therefore ~in all things falsity exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 79 1, 17 | neither truth nor falsity exists, except in relation to the ~ 80 1, 17 | it happens that falsity exists ~in the senses through their 81 1, 18 | vegetative soul. But this exists only in corporeal ~things. 82 1, 18 | being; but in the house that exists outside his mind, ~material 83 1, 18 | man; and that man ~as he exists in matter, is man only by 84 1, 18 | truly than the one which exists in the mind; since the former ~ 85 1, 19 | For when we say that God exists, no relation to any other ~ 86 1, 19 | goodness upon everything that exists." But every voluntary ~agent 87 1, 19 | But not all good actually exists; for much more good might 88 1, 19 | being and truth virtually exists in God, though it does not 89 1, 19 | Whom all good virtually ~exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 90 1, 19 | evils. For every good that exists, God ~wills. But it is a 91 1, 19 | The statements that evil exists, and that evil exists not, ~ 92 1, 19 | evil exists, and that evil exists not, ~are opposed as contradictories; 93 1, 20 | inquiry:~(1) Whether love exists in God?~(2) Whether He loves 94 1, 20 | Para. 1/1~Whether love exists in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 95 1, 20 | love to hate: because what exists of itself is ~always prior 96 1, 20 | always prior to that which exists through another. Again, 97 1, 20 | anything, except as it exists in Himself. But as existing 98 1, 20 | God ~loves everything that exists. Yet not as we love. Because 99 1, 23 | only of one ~who actually exists; and it thus places something 100 1, 23 | will for ~that end already exists. Whence the predestination 101 1, 23 | the good which ~already exists; and therefore we choose 102 1, 25 | namely, passive, which exists not at ~all in God; and 103 1, 25 | itself all perfection that exists in ~created things, can 104 1, 25 | above (A[1]), active power exists in God ~according to the 105 1, 25 | necessary; for what necessarily ~exists is impossible not to exist. 106 1, 25 | restricted to what now ~exists, the divine power and wisdom 107 1, 26 | Reply OBJ 2: The good that exists in things corporeal in a 108 1, 27 | OBJ 2: Further, procession exists in God, according to an 109 1, 27 | object conceived: - and exists in the same nature, because 110 1, 27 | Whether any other procession exists in God besides that of the 111 1, 27 | that no other procession exists in God besides the ~generation 112 1, 27 | first, and ~hold that there exists only one procession in God.~ 113 1, 27 | that only one procession exists in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 114 1, 27 | God another procession exists besides the procession of 115 1, 27 | observe that procession exists in God, only ~according 116 1, 27 | of the Word in God, there exists in Him another ~procession 117 1, 27 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: All that exists in God, is God (Q[3], AA[ 118 1, 27 | intellect. ~So as there exists a certain order of the Word 119 1, 27 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: All that exists in God is one with the divine 120 1, 28 | relatively." But whatever really exists in God can be predicated 121 1, 28 | Therefore no real relation exists in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 122 1, 28 | Such regard ~to another exists sometimes in the nature 123 1, 28 | centre; and ~hence there exists in the heavy body a certain 124 1, 28 | nature. Hence no parallel ~exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 125 1, 28 | nature; but nothing that exists in ~God can have any relation 126 1, 28 | relation to that wherein it exists or of whom it is ~spoken, 127 1, 28 | 2: As the relation which exists in creatures involves not 128 1, 28 | does not follow that there ~exists in God anything besides 129 1, 28 | Therefore in God there exists an ~infinite series of real 130 1, 29 | says (Phys. ii). But person exists in things immovable, as 131 1, 29 | called "this," because it ~exists in this particular subject. 132 1, 29 | thus named. For, as it exists in itself and not in another, 133 1, 30 | apart from things numbered exists only in the intellect. But 134 1, 30 | or the like. In God there exists only one real operation - 135 1, 30 | said that as knowledge exists in God according to the 136 1, 30 | as a quality), so number exists in God in the proper sense 137 1, 31 | unities, whereas in God there exists ~the greatest possible unity. 138 1, 31 | OBJ 4: Further, all that exists in God exists in the unity 139 1, 31 | all that exists in God exists in the unity of the divine ~ 140 1, 31 | essence. Therefore, if Trinity exists in ~God, it exists in the 141 1, 31 | Trinity exists in ~God, it exists in the unity of the divine 142 1, 32 | OBJ 2: Further, all that exists in God concerns the unity 143 1, 32 | no parity of reasoning ~exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 144 1, 33 | that in God a distinction exists of the ~Begotten from the 145 1, 36 | always find that some order exists in the ~multitude produced. 146 1, 39 | does not follow that there exists a "God generator," and ~ 147 1, 39 | itself only, ~since nothing exists in God as distinguished 148 1, 39 | in the same way as ~there exists distinction in the "supposita."~ 149 1, 39 | essence. Consequently there exists no contradiction in saying 150 1, 39 | Trin. vi, 10), "Where there exists wondrous ~proportion and 151 1, 39 | similitude as regards ~what exists in the divine persons, and 152 1, 40 | spiration. Again, one ~relation exists in two person, as common 153 1, 40 | a twofold real identity exists as ~regards what in creatures 154 1, 40 | signification; as the form ~exists in its subject. Thus the 155 1, 41 | 4) Whether in God there exists a power as regards the notional 156 1, 41 | since in God ~no movement exists, the personal action of 157 1, 41 | natural form whereby it exists; and hence ~such as it is 158 1, 41 | whence a thing is generated exists in what is generated, it 159 1, 41 | different from the Father exists in the Son, and this ~contradicts 160 1, 41 | nothing diverse or different exists." If the Father begets the 161 1, 41 | in God nothing material exists; and therefore it is, as 162 1, 41 | will. But in God power exists as regards effects, and 163 1, 41 | Father?" Power therefore exists in God regarding the notional 164 1, 42 | an agent, as soon as it exists, begins to act thus, the 165 1, 42 | the divine persons there exists an order of nature?~Aquin.: 166 1, 42 | of nature. For whatever exists in God is the essence, or 167 1, 42 | wherever order of nature exists, there one comes before ~ 168 1, 42 | the divine ~persons there exists neither priority nor posteriority, 169 1, 42 | Further, wherever order exists, distinction also exists. 170 1, 42 | exists, distinction also exists. But ~there is no distinction 171 1, 42 | contrary, Where plurality exists without order, confusion 172 1, 42 | without order, confusion exists. ~But in the divine persons 173 1, 42 | Therefore in God order exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 174 1, 42 | origin, without priority, exists in God as we ~have stated ( 175 1, 42 | in God a universal whole exists, and a part; for under ~ 176 1, 42 | perfection of ~the divine nature exists in each person.~Aquin.: 177 1, 42 | sufficiently ~represent what exists in God; so according to 178 1, 42 | that whereby something exists in its originating principle, 179 1, 43 | sent in the sense that He ~exists newly in any one; and He 180 1, 43 | cannot be ~said that He exists otherwise in some creatures 181 1, 43 | separation nor diversity exists amongst Them.~Aquin.: SMT 182 1, 44 | because whatever necessarily ~exists cannot but exist. Therefore 183 1, 44 | above ~(A[1]). But whatever exists in sensible things exists 184 1, 44 | exists in sensible things exists only by ~participation of 185 1, 45 | But infinite ~distance exists between being and nothing. 186 1, 45 | it is, and as soon as it exists, action and passion cease. ~ 187 1, 45 | 83, qu. 18): "that which exists; whereby it is ~distinguished; 188 1, 45 | it agrees." For a thing exists by its substance, ~is distinct 189 1, 45 | should be found in all that exists in ~the creature; but only 190 1, 46 | possible being before it exists: otherwise it would be ~ 191 1, 46 | thing extends so long ~is exists. But every incorruptible 192 1, 46 | always ~exist; but the world exists forasmuch as God wills it 193 1, 46 | Nothing is made except as it exists. But nothing exists of ~ 194 1, 46 | as it exists. But nothing exists of ~time except "now." Hence 195 1, 47 | form, ~material distinction exists for the sake of the formal 196 1, 48 | good ~is something that exists. But Dionysius says (Div. 197 1, 48 | nor is it in that which exists." Therefore, evil is not ~ 198 1, 48 | Enchiridion 14) that "evil exists only ~in good."~Aquin.: 199 1, 48 | body. In another way ~evil exists by the withdrawal of the 200 1, 49 | qualities of the elements exists the power of a ~heavenly 201 1, 49 | exist, no matter how, there ~exists one first principle of being, 202 1, 51 | because it ~is imperfect and exists potentially in the genus 203 1, 51 | whereby the ~object seen exists outside the person beholding 204 1, 51 | things are ~moved in which He exists, since He is everywhere; 205 1, 53 | magnitudes ~in which the movement exists. Besides, the swiftness 206 1, 54 | the form whereby the angel exists is the same as the form 207 1, 55 | knowledge of the same type exists ~first in the intellectual 208 1, 56 | this image of the object exists ~sometimes only potentially 209 1, 57 | Body Para. 2/2~Now whatever exists in any subject, is contained 210 1, 57 | singular, that is, as it ~exists here and now. The astronomer, 211 1, 57 | of knowing future ~events exists in the angels, and by so 212 1, 59 | such being when once it exists. But ~the inclination towards 213 1, 59 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Free-will exists in a nobler manner in the 214 1, 59 | Accordingly, since there exists in the angels ~only an intellective 215 1, 60 | 1/4~I answer that, There exists in the angels a natural 216 1, 61 | is clear that God alone exists of His ~own essence: while 217 1, 61 | participation. Now whatever exists by participation is caused 218 1, 61 | participation is caused by what ~exists essentially; as everything 219 1, 61 | Further, everything which exists at one period and not at ~ 220 1, 61 | another non-existing, but exists always.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 221 1, 63 | natural desire; because there exists in ~everything the natural 222 1, 63 | Para. 3/4~Since, then, what exists of itself is the cause of 223 1, 63 | itself is the cause of what exists of ~another, it follows 224 1, 63 | answer that, Everything which exists, so far as it exists and 225 1, 63 | which exists, so far as it exists and has a ~particular nature, 226 1, 65 | the arrangement, which now exists, of the ~corporeal world 227 1, 65 | that each and every part exists for the sake ~of its proper 228 1, 65 | universe also every creature exists for ~its own proper act 229 1, 65 | each and every creature exists for the perfection of the 230 1, 65 | production of things an order exists, but not such ~that one 231 1, 65 | Thus he held that there exists an ~immaterial man, and 232 1, 66 | supposing that no ~form exists in corruptible bodies which 233 1, 66 | among the heavenly bodies exists a body, partly ~transparent 234 1, 66 | sidereal heaven. There ~exists also a heaven wholly transparent, 235 1, 66 | heaven. If, then, there exists a still higher heaven, it 236 1, 67 | day cannot be unless light exists, ~which was made therefore 237 1, 68 | water, ~infinite in extent, exists above that heaven. On this 238 1, 70 | Reply OBJ 2: No difficulty exists if we follow Augustine in 239 1, 70 | such diversity of opinion ~exists, we shall do well to bear 240 1, 70 | union of soul and body ~exists for the sake of the soul 241 1, 75 | per ~se" belongs to what exists "per se." But for a thing 242 1, 76 | is that by which a thing exists: so that ~the very existence 243 1, 76 | OBJ 6: Further, whatever exists in a thing by reason of 244 1, 76 | by reason of its nature ~exists in it always. But to be 245 1, 76 | indeed separate; yet it exists in matter. He proves this 246 1, 76 | the act of seeing. But it exists in matter so far as the 247 1, 76 | to maintain that there exists one intellect for all men.~ 248 1, 76 | mode according to which it exists outside the ~soul is not 249 1, 76 | Plato, the thing understood exists outside the soul in the ~ 250 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 5: One knowledge exists in the disciple and another 251 1, 76 | dispositions. For every form exists in ~its proper disposed 252 1, 76 | organic body. Therefore it exists only in an organic ~body. 253 1, 77 | to ~act belongs to what exists. Now the composite has substantial 254 1, 77 | order of the third kind exists. Those powers among which 255 1, 77 | which is the less principal exists for the ~sake of that which 256 1, 77 | principal, matter therefore exists on ~account of the substantial 257 1, 77 | contrary, the accidental ~form exists on account of the completeness 258 1, 77 | proceed; both because ~order exists among these powers; and 259 1, 39 | does not follow that there exists a "God generator," and ~ 260 1, 39 | itself only, ~since nothing exists in God as distinguished 261 1, 39 | in the same way as ~there exists distinction in the "supposita."~ 262 1, 39 | essence. Consequently there exists no contradiction in saying 263 1, 39 | Trin. vi, 10), "Where there exists wondrous ~proportion and 264 1, 39 | similitude as regards ~what exists in the divine persons, and 265 1, 40 | spiration. Again, one ~relation exists in two person, as common 266 1, 40 | a twofold real identity exists as ~regards what in creatures 267 1, 40 | signification; as the form ~exists in its subject. Thus the 268 1, 41 | 4) Whether in God there exists a power as regards the notional 269 1, 41 | since in God ~no movement exists, the personal action of 270 1, 41 | natural form whereby it exists; and hence ~such as it is 271 1, 41 | whence a thing is generated exists in what is generated, it 272 1, 41 | different from the Father exists in the Son, and this ~contradicts 273 1, 41 | nothing diverse or different exists." If the Father begets the 274 1, 41 | in God nothing material exists; and therefore it is, as 275 1, 41 | will. But in God power exists as regards effects, and 276 1, 41 | Father?" Power therefore exists in God regarding the notional 277 1, 42 | an agent, as soon as it exists, ~begins to act thus, the 278 1, 42 | the divine persons there exists an order of nature?~Aquin.: 279 1, 42 | of nature. For whatever exists in God is the essence, or 280 1, 42 | wherever order of nature exists, there one comes before ~ 281 1, 42 | the divine ~persons there exists neither priority nor posteriority, 282 1, 42 | Further, wherever order exists, distinction also exists. 283 1, 42 | exists, distinction also exists. But ~there is no distinction 284 1, 42 | contrary, Where plurality exists without order, confusion 285 1, 42 | without order, confusion exists. ~But in the divine persons 286 1, 42 | Therefore in God order exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 287 1, 42 | origin, without priority, exists in God as we ~have stated ( 288 1, 42 | in God a universal whole exists, and a part; for under ~ 289 1, 42 | perfection of ~the divine nature exists in each person.~Aquin.: 290 1, 42 | sufficiently ~represent what exists in God; so according to 291 1, 42 | that whereby something exists in its originating principle, 292 1, 43 | sent in the sense that He ~exists newly in any one; and He 293 1, 43 | cannot be ~said that He exists otherwise in some creatures 294 1, 43 | separation nor diversity exists amongst Them.~Aquin.: SMT 295 1, 45 | because whatever necessarily ~exists cannot but exist. Therefore 296 1, 45 | above ~(A[1]). But whatever exists in sensible things exists 297 1, 45 | exists in sensible things exists only by ~participation of 298 1, 46 | But infinite ~distance exists between being and nothing. 299 1, 46 | it is, and as soon as it exists, action and passion cease. ~ 300 1, 46 | 83, qu. 18): "that which exists; whereby it is ~distinguished; 301 1, 46 | it agrees." For a thing exists by its substance, ~is distinct 302 1, 46 | should be found in all that exists in ~the creature; but only 303 1, 47 | possible being before it exists: otherwise it would be ~ 304 1, 47 | thing extends so long ~is exists. But every incorruptible 305 1, 47 | always ~exist; but the world exists forasmuch as God wills it 306 1, 47 | Nothing is made except as it exists. But nothing exists of ~ 307 1, 47 | as it exists. But nothing exists of ~time except "now." Hence 308 1, 48 | form, ~material distinction exists for the sake of the formal 309 1, 49 | good ~is something that exists. But Dionysius says (Div. 310 1, 49 | nor is it in that which exists." Therefore, evil is not 311 1, 49 | Enchiridion 14) that "evil exists only ~in good."~Aquin.: 312 1, 49 | body. In another way ~evil exists by the withdrawal of the 313 1, 50 | qualities of the elements exists the power of a ~heavenly 314 1, 50 | exist, no matter how, there ~exists one first principle of being, 315 1, 52 | because it ~is imperfect and exists potentially in the genus 316 1, 52 | whereby the ~object seen exists outside the person beholding 317 1, 52 | things are ~moved in which He exists, since He is everywhere; 318 1, 54 | magnitudes ~in which the movement exists. Besides, the swiftness 319 1, 55 | the form whereby the angel exists is the same as the form 320 1, 56 | knowledge of the same type exists ~first in the intellectual 321 1, 57 | this image of the object exists ~sometimes only potentially 322 1, 58 | Body Para. 2/2~Now whatever exists in any subject, is contained 323 1, 58 | singular, that is, as it ~exists here and now. The astronomer, 324 1, 58 | of knowing future ~events exists in the angels, and by so 325 1, 60 | such being when once it exists. But ~the inclination towards 326 1, 60 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Free-will exists in a nobler manner in the 327 1, 60 | Accordingly, since there exists in the angels ~only an intellective 328 1, 61 | 1/4~I answer that, There exists in the angels a natural 329 1, 62 | is clear that God alone exists of His ~own essence: while 330 1, 62 | participation. Now whatever exists by participation is caused 331 1, 62 | participation is caused by what ~exists essentially; as everything 332 1, 62 | Further, everything which exists at one period and not at ~ 333 1, 62 | another non-existing, but exists always.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 334 1, 64 | natural desire; because there exists in ~everything the natural 335 1, 64 | Para. 3/4~Since, then, what exists of itself is the cause of 336 1, 64 | itself is the cause of what exists of ~another, it follows 337 1, 64 | answer that, Everything which exists, so far as it exists and 338 1, 64 | which exists, so far as it exists and has a ~particular nature, 339 1, 66 | the arrangement, which now exists, of the ~corporeal world 340 1, 66 | that each and every part exists for the sake ~of its proper 341 1, 66 | universe also every creature exists for ~its own proper act 342 1, 66 | each and every creature exists for the perfection of the 343 1, 66 | production of things an order exists, but not such ~that one 344 1, 66 | Thus he held that there exists an ~immaterial man, and 345 1, 67 | supposing that no ~form exists in corruptible bodies which 346 1, 67 | among the heavenly bodies exists a body, partly ~transparent 347 1, 67 | sidereal heaven. There ~exists also a heaven wholly transparent, 348 1, 67 | heaven. If, then, there exists a still higher heaven, it 349 1, 68 | day cannot be unless light exists, ~which was made therefore 350 1, 69 | water, ~infinite in extent, exists above that heaven. On this 351 1, 71 | Reply OBJ 2: No difficulty exists if we follow Augustine in 352 1, 71 | such diversity of opinion ~exists, we shall do well to bear 353 1, 71 | union of soul and body ~exists for the sake of the soul 354 1, 74 | per ~se" belongs to what exists "per se." But for a thing 355 1, 75 | is that by which a thing exists: so that ~the very existence 356 1, 75 | OBJ 6: Further, whatever exists in a thing by reason of 357 1, 75 | by reason of its nature ~exists in it always. But to be 358 1, 75 | indeed separate; yet it exists in matter. He proves this 359 1, 75 | the act of seeing. But it exists in matter so far as the 360 1, 75 | to maintain that there exists one intellect for all men.~ 361 1, 75 | mode according to which it exists outside the ~soul is not 362 1, 75 | Plato, the thing understood exists outside the soul in the ~ 363 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 5: One knowledge exists in the disciple and another 364 1, 75 | dispositions. For every form exists in ~its proper disposed 365 1, 75 | organic body. Therefore it exists only in an organic ~body. 366 1, 76 | to ~act belongs to what exists. Now the composite has substantial 367 1, 76 | order of the third kind exists. Those powers among which 368 1, 76 | which is the less principal exists for the ~sake of that which 369 1, 76 | principal, matter therefore exists on ~account of the substantial 370 1, 76 | contrary, the accidental ~form exists on account of the completeness 371 1, 76 | proceed; both because ~order exists among these powers; and 372 1, 77 | matter and instrument. There exists, therefore, an operation 373 1, 77 | living things in which there exists only ~vegetative power, 374 1, 77 | with the ~vegetative there exists also the sensitive, but 375 1, 77 | a thing is desired as it exists in its own nature, whereas ~ 376 1, 77 | the apprehensive power it exists not according to its own 377 1, 77 | being by that whereby it ~exists. But the generative power 378 1, 77 | that whereby a living thing exists. ~Therefore by the same 379 1, 78 | but what is intelligible exists. ~Wherefore every thing 380 1, 78 | thing of which the likeness exists in the intellect must ~be 381 1, 83 | in act. But when once it exists under one form it is in 382 1, 83 | the sensible object which exists actually ~outside the soul. 383 1, 84 | intellect. But ~falsehood exists in both. Therefore falsehood 384 1, 84 | as long as the faculty ~exists, its judgment concerning 385 1, 85 | But forasmuch as it exists in its cause, the future 386 1, 88 | unreasonable, since matter exists on account of the form, 387 1, 88 | is more perfect when it exists in that ~whole. But the 388 1, 88 | what is locally distant exists actually, and is knowable 389 1, 89 | existence. Now that properly exists which itself ~has existence; 390 1, 90 | such operations. If defect exists in the disposition of the ~ 391 1, 92 | qu. 74): "Where an image ~exists, there forthwith is likeness; 392 1, 92 | nature, the Image of God exists in His first-born ~Son; 393 1, 92 | as ~himself: whereas it exists in man as in an alien nature, 394 1, 92 | thus the image of the king exists in ~his son: or, at least, 395 1, 92 | say that in man there ~exists the image of God, both as 396 1, 92 | belongs to ~the mind there exists in us a trinity by reason 397 1, 92 | love in ~the will, there exists an image of the uncreated 398 1, 92 | powers, and everything ~exists virtually in its principle, 399 1, 92 | the image of the Trinity exists in the soul in a ~certain 400 1, 92 | Therefore ~the image of God exists in us even according to 401 1, 92 | 12): "The image of God ~exists in the mind, not because 402 1, 92 | also in the ~same way there exists a kind of comparison between " 403 1, 92 | that a natural "likeness" ~exists in the soul. Nor it is unfitting 404 1, 94 | greater reason for merit exists ~after sin, on account of 405 1, 95 | exclude such inequality as ~exists between virtue and vice; 406 1, 100 | Moreover a special impediment exists in man from the ~humidity 407 1, 102 | outside itself; and operation ~exists in the agent. Therefore 408 1, 102 | exist. For a thing so far ~exists as it is one. Whence we 409 1, 102 | would follow that no evil exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 410 1, 103 | cause, in the same way as it exists in the agent: as ~may be 411 1, 103 | heat in the same way as it ~exists in the fire. Wherefore if 412 1, 103 | light in the ~same way as it exists in the sun, which is the 413 1, 104 | itself, which ~principle exists in the one who understands 414 1, 104 | the intellect in ~which it exists, as by a secondary cause; 415 1, 104 | therefore no more reason exists to wonder at one effect 416 1, 106 | another; and therefore it exists in ~the angel who speaks, 417 1, 107 | the Divine Persons there exists, ~indeed, a natural order, 418 1, 107 | found in fire ~simply, but exists with a certain sharpness, 419 1, 107 | little or no difference ~exists in reality between the dispositions 420 1, 108 | and so among them there ~exists a natural precedence; which 421 1, 111 | all being, and ~hence He exists in all things (Q[8], A[1]). 422 1, 111 | OBJ 4: A manifold grade exists in the Divine ministries. 423 1, 112 | guarded?~(8) Whether rivalry exists among the angels as regards 424 1, 112 | nature, still inequality exists ~among them, according as 425 1, 112 | no strife. But all this exists among the angels. Therefore 426 1, 114 | on the other hand, there ~exists something moved which is 427 1, 114 | corporeal matter nothing exists spiritually, but only materially, 428 1, 117 | matter, ~the vegetative soul exists from the very beginning, 429 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 2: When a form exists perfectly and naturally 430 2, 26 | simply, while that which exists in ~another is a relative 431 2, 27 | another heavy body that exists in its proper place: or 432 2, 29 | hatred. ~For everything that exists, as such, is good. If therefore 433 2, 31 | i.e. ~with that which exists in the thing, we assign 434 2, 50 | sufficient of itself, and exists in itself."~Aquin.: SMT 435 2, 56 | we have said. This need exists only in the case of ~virtues 436 2, 61 | passions. Thus the good which exists in the act of reason, is 437 2, 85 | are changed. But nature exists before the voluntary action. 438 2, 89 | not remitted, venial sin exists before mortal sin: ~and 439 2, 92 | fosters it ~when it already exists. And since law is given 440 2, 114 | man's merit with God only exists on the presupposition of ~ 441 2, 114 | does ~great things, if it exists," as Gregory says (Hom. 442 2, 2 | do not believe ~that God exists under the conditions that 443 2, 27 | good of the thing loved exists and ~endures in it; and 444 2, 33 | say that a certain order exists among spiritual goods, ~ 445 2, 62 | is naturally free, and exists for himself, and he falls 446 2, 74 | and wicked to curse what ~exists." Therefore it is nowise 447 3, 2 | personality, but in Christ it exists ~in the Person of the Word. 448 3, 2 | person, but that alone ~which exists by itself, and not that 449 3, 2 | itself, and not that which exists in some more perfect ~thing. 450 3, 2 | assume human nature as it exists in the pure thought of the 451 3, 4 | not assume a nature which exists in pure thought; for this ~ 452 3, 6 | matter - that is ~first which exists first in the transmutation 453 3, 10 | as that in whose power it exists is known. Hence, ~with regard 454 3, 16 | suppositum, in which neither ~exists accidentally, but [both] 455 3, 18 | same. For if the diversity exists as regards ~diverse things, 456 3, 24 | ours. For the exemplar exists before the exemplate. But 457 3, 24 | the exemplate. But nothing exists ~before the eternal. Since, 458 3, 49 | is corporeal, whereas sin exists in the soul, which ~is a 459 3, 50 | corruption after being corrupted, exists no longer, since ~corruption 460 3, 57 | Further, in every place a body exists, since there is no such ~ 461 3, 62 | OBJ 2: Further, whatever exists is reducible to some kind 462 3, 62 | of the ~principal agent exists in nature completely and 463 3, 62 | movement, even before it exists in reality, in so far as 464 3, 63 | consequently a character ~exists in the soul in an indelible 465 3, 74 | manner in which Christ's body exists in this ~sacrament; fourthly, 466 3, 74 | what is corrupted no longer exists. Therefore, it is the same 467 3, 75 | that Christ's true body ~exists in this sacrament; which 468 3, 75 | wherefrom" in every change exists no ~longer, except in the 469 3, 75 | all such ~necessity which exists upon earth, and from the 470 3, 75 | because the proper ~form exists only in its proper matter. 471 3, 76 | the manner in which Christ exists in this ~sacrament; and 472 3, 76 | Since ~therefore Christ exists in three substances, namely, 473 3, 76 | see the way in which it exists under the ~sacrament, because 474 3, 76 | appearance which really ~exists outwardly. And this indeed 475 3, 80 | First, as Christ Himself exists under ~His proper species, 476 3, 81 | proper species, and ~as He exists in the sacrament; such as 477 3, 81 | attributed to Him as He exists in His ~proper species, 478 Suppl, 49| communion of works that exists between man and wife as 479 Suppl, 54| But the consanguinity that exists ~between persons who are 480 Suppl, 61| religion the bond which exists before the ~consummation 481 Suppl, 70| the corporeal fire which exists outside ~the soul is the 482 Suppl, 72| body, a simple body that exists by itself has a more noble 483 Suppl, 89| existing things." Now whatever exists is finite, since it is confined ~ 484 Suppl, 92| of the mystic body that exists between the head and its


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