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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | learned, as that incorporeal ~substances are not in space." Therefore 2 1, 3 | God is ~the measure of all substances, as the Commentator shows ( 3 1, 4 | first ~and uniformly the substances of sensible things, and 4 1, 8 | in this way incorporeal substances, ~like God, angel and soul, 5 1, 8 | other hand, incorporeal substances have no totality either 6 1, 9 | to some, certain created substances, as angels and ~souls, have 7 1, 9 | other hand ~incorporeal substances, being subsistent forms 8 1, 9 | and so these kinds ~of substances are immutable and invariable 9 1, 9 | that "intellectual created ~substances are pure from generation 10 1, 9 | incorporeal and immaterial substances." Still, there remains in 11 1, 10 | is shared by ~immaterial substances. Hence, also, in the same 12 1, 10 | the measure of spiritual substances. ~Therefore time is the 13 1, 10 | and others are spiritual substances, as are the angels. Therefore 14 1, 10 | existed ~concerning spiritual substances. Some said that all proceeded 15 1, 10 | said that all spiritual substances ~proceeded from God in a 16 1, 10 | said that among spiritual ~substances there are the first, the 17 1, 11 | thought that numbers were the substances of ~all things. Avicenna, 18 1, 14 | things are known by separate substances. God therefore ~knows evil, 19 1, 18 | used to denote a genus of substances from the fact of ~their 20 1, 22 | that is, certain separate substances, which ~move corporeal things 21 1, 27 | creatures, the intellectual ~substances; while even the similitudes 22 1, 29 | contradiction of terms; since second substances are ~the "genera" or "species." 23 1, 29 | called "hypostases," or first substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 24 1, 29 | are found in the rational substances which have dominion over ~ 25 1, 29 | special name even ~among other substances; and this name is "person."~ 26 1, 29 | the singular in rational ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 27 1, 29 | which belongs to ~particular substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 28 1, 29 | common to ~the whole genus of substances, this name "person" signifies 29 1, 29 | in the genus ~of rational substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 30 1, 30 | God, there must be several substances; which ~appears to be heretical.~ 31 1, 30 | accustomed to ~say Three substances, lest we be understood to 32 1, 36 | immaterial and ~invisible substances. And by adding the word " 33 1, 39 | the case of all ~separate substances. For in those things which 34 1, 39 | which in intellectual substances is nothing else than ~person. 35 1, 39 | divided into two ~imperfect substances; or a third prior substance 36 1, 40 | hypostasis are ~individual substances. Consequently, in God the 37 1, 44 | species, such as ~separate substances. The same applies to other 38 1, 45 | in the case of separate substances, or ~composite, as in the 39 1, 45 | in the case of material substances. For being belongs to ~that 40 1, 46 | bodies and all intellectual ~substances. Therefore the world did 41 1, 50 | Reply OBJ 1: Incorporeal substances rank between God and corporeal ~ 42 1, 50 | exist in themselves. Angelic substances, on the other ~hand, are 43 1, 50 | But immaterial created substances are finite in their being; ~ 44 1, 50 | proper effect of the separate substances seems to be ~the movements 45 1, 50 | intelligible and ~intellectual substances subsist because of the rays 46 1, 50 | ray, since intellectual substances are immaterial, as was ~ 47 1, 50 | multiplication of ~intellectual substances can only be according to 48 1, 50 | number of the separate substances. Plato contended that the 49 1, 50 | contended that the separate ~substances are the species of sensible 50 1, 50 | number of the separate ~substances is the number of the species 51 1, 50 | Consequently the separate ~substances cannot be the exemplar species 52 1, 50 | number of ~the separate substances according to the number 53 1, 50 | they are styled immaterial substances, are multiplied according 54 1, 50 | as they are ~immaterial substances, exist in exceeding great 55 1, 50 | conclude that the immaterial substances as it were ~incomparably 56 1, 50 | incomparably exceed material substances as to multitude.~Aquin.: 57 1, 50 | necessarily if the separate substances were made for ~corporeal 58 1, 50 | were made for ~corporeal substances. For thus the immaterial 59 1, 50 | For thus the immaterial substances would exist to ~no purpose, 60 1, 50 | true that the immaterial substances exist on ~account of the 61 1, 50 | various orders of immaterial substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 62 1, 50 | said that all spiritual substances, even souls, ~are of the 63 1, 50 | far as they are in several substances. And if the ~angels had 64 1, 50 | that the intellectual ~substances "have unfailing life, being 65 1, 51 | the genus of intellectual ~substances, not having the fulness 66 1, 51 | some perfectly intellectual substances, which do not need to acquire 67 1, 51 | Consequently not all intellectual substances are united ~to bodies; but 68 1, 51 | there were no incorporeal substances existing except as united 69 1, 51 | others regarding the other substances; being deceived here as ~ 70 1, 52 | reason all ~other spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 71 1, 54 | namely, that the ~separated substances are divided into intellect 72 1, 55 | distinction and order of spiritual substances ~and the distinction and 73 1, 55 | distinction and order of corporeal substances. The highest bodies ~have 74 1, 55 | also the lower intellectual substances - that ~is to say, human 75 1, 55 | in the higher spiritual ~substances - that is, the angels - 76 1, 55 | manner of existence of such substances. The ~lower spiritual substances - 77 1, 55 | substances. The ~lower spiritual substances - that is, souls - have 78 1, 55 | other hand, the higher ~substances - that is, the angels - 79 1, 56 | since He is above all substances, He is remote from all ~ 80 1, 57 | proportioned to the rank of ~these substances according to greater or 81 1, 58 | that grade among spiritual substances which the heavenly bodies 82 1, 58 | bodies hold ~among corporeal substances: for Dionysius calls them " 83 1, 61 | 2 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Substances that are subsisting forms 84 1, 61 | the angels are incorporeal substances. Now a substance which ~ 85 1, 63 | demons are intellectual substances, they can in no wise ~have 86 1, 63 | gods' the intellectual substances ~which are above the lunar 87 1, 63 | demons" the ~intellectual substances which are beneath it, yet 88 1, 64 | which is to know separated ~substances. But this is not in keeping 89 1, 64 | knowledge of the separated ~substances. Therefore the demons are 90 1, 64 | something higher. ~The separated substances are above us in the order 91 1, 64 | by knowing the separated substances, ~although his perfect happiness 92 1, 64 | consist in knowing separated substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 93 1, 65 | without matter are ~spiritual substances, and forms that are in matter 94 1, 65 | bodies are from spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 95 1, 65 | its essence. But spiritual substances are forms ~essentially, 96 1, 65 | derived from spiritual ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 97 1, 65 | OBJ 3: Further, spiritual substances have more power of causation 98 1, 65 | derived from spiritual ~substances. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 99 1, 65 | derived from spiritual substances, which we call the angels. 100 1, 65 | order of those separate substances; for ~example, that there 101 1, 65 | derived from spiritual ~substances, not emanating from them, 102 1, 68 | firmament are "spiritual substances." Wherefore ~it is written ( 103 1, 70 | means nothing else but that substances ~of spiritual nature are 104 1, 70 | moved by some ~intellectual substances. Augustine appears to be 105 1, 75 | to be found in spiritual substances - essence, power, and operation - 106 1, 75 | infinite. But in intellectual substances there is composition of ~ 107 1, 75 | understanding, similar to other ~substances separated from bodies, as 108 1, 75 | supposed that in ~these substances the difference of degree 109 1, 75 | cannot be; for in incorporeal substances there cannot be diversity 110 1, 75 | follow if the aforesaid substances ~were composed of matter 111 1, 75 | place in these incorporeal substances, such as an ~angel and the 112 1, 76 | intellects are subsistent substances, and ~consequently individual, 113 1, 76 | place among intellectual substances; inasmuch as it is not ~ 114 1, 77 | Dogm. xix) that "of two substances ~only does man consist; 115 1, 39 | the case of all ~separate substances. For in those things which 116 1, 39 | which in intellectual substances is nothing else than ~person. 117 1, 39 | divided into two ~imperfect substances; or a third prior substance 118 1, 40 | hypostasis are ~individual substances. Consequently, in God the 119 1, 45 | species, such as ~separate substances. The same applies to other 120 1, 46 | in the case of separate substances, or ~composite, as in the 121 1, 46 | in the case of material substances. For being belongs to ~that 122 1, 47 | bodies and all intellectual ~substances. Therefore the world did 123 1, 51 | Reply OBJ 1: Incorporeal substances rank between God and corporeal ~ 124 1, 51 | exist in themselves. Angelic substances, on the other ~hand, are 125 1, 51 | But immaterial created substances are finite in their being; ~ 126 1, 51 | proper effect of the separate substances seems to be ~the movements 127 1, 51 | intelligible and ~intellectual substances subsist because of the rays 128 1, 51 | ray, since intellectual substances are immaterial, as was ~ 129 1, 51 | multiplication of ~intellectual substances can only be according to 130 1, 51 | number of the separate substances. Plato contended that the 131 1, 51 | contended that the separate ~substances are the species of sensible 132 1, 51 | number of the separate ~substances is the number of the species 133 1, 51 | Consequently the separate ~substances cannot be the exemplar species 134 1, 51 | number of ~the separate substances according to the number 135 1, 51 | they are styled immaterial substances, are ~multiplied according 136 1, 51 | as they are ~immaterial substances, exist in exceeding great 137 1, 51 | conclude that the immaterial substances as it were ~incomparably 138 1, 51 | incomparably exceed material substances as to multitude.~Aquin.: 139 1, 51 | necessarily if the separate substances were made for ~corporeal 140 1, 51 | were made for ~corporeal substances. For thus the immaterial 141 1, 51 | For thus the immaterial substances would exist to ~no purpose, 142 1, 51 | true that the immaterial substances exist on ~account of the 143 1, 51 | various orders of immaterial substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 144 1, 51 | said that all spiritual substances, even souls, ~are of the 145 1, 51 | far as they are in several substances. And if the ~angels had 146 1, 51 | that the intellectual ~substances "have unfailing life, being 147 1, 52 | the genus of intellectual ~substances, not having the fulness 148 1, 52 | perfectly ~intellectual substances, which do not need to acquire 149 1, 52 | Consequently not all intellectual substances are united ~to bodies; but 150 1, 52 | there were no incorporeal substances existing except as united 151 1, 52 | others regarding the other substances; being deceived here as ~ 152 1, 53 | reason all ~other spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 153 1, 55 | namely, that the ~separated substances are divided into intellect 154 1, 56 | distinction and order of spiritual substances ~and the distinction and 155 1, 56 | distinction and order of corporeal substances. The highest bodies ~have 156 1, 56 | also the lower intellectual substances - that ~is to say, human 157 1, 56 | in the higher spiritual ~substances - that is, the angels - 158 1, 56 | manner of existence of such substances. The ~lower spiritual substances - 159 1, 56 | substances. The ~lower spiritual substances - that is, souls - have 160 1, 56 | other hand, the higher ~substances - that is, the angels - 161 1, 57 | since He is above all substances, He is remote from all ~ 162 1, 58 | proportioned to the rank of ~these substances according to greater or 163 1, 59 | that grade among spiritual substances which the heavenly bodies 164 1, 59 | bodies hold ~among corporeal substances: for Dionysius calls them " 165 1, 62 | 2 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Substances that are subsisting forms 166 1, 62 | the angels are incorporeal substances. Now a substance which ~ 167 1, 64 | demons are intellectual substances, they can in no wise ~have 168 1, 64 | gods' the intellectual substances ~which are above the lunar 169 1, 64 | demons" the ~intellectual substances which are beneath it, yet 170 1, 65 | which is to know separated ~substances. But this is not in keeping 171 1, 65 | knowledge of the separated ~substances. Therefore the demons are 172 1, 65 | something higher. ~The separated substances are above us in the order 173 1, 65 | by knowing the separated substances, ~although his perfect happiness 174 1, 65 | consist in knowing separated substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 175 1, 66 | without matter are ~spiritual substances, and forms that are in matter 176 1, 66 | bodies are from spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 177 1, 66 | its essence. But spiritual substances are forms ~essentially, 178 1, 66 | derived from spiritual ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 179 1, 66 | OBJ 3: Further, spiritual substances have more power of causation 180 1, 66 | derived from spiritual ~substances. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 181 1, 66 | derived from spiritual substances, which we call the angels. 182 1, 66 | order of those separate substances; for ~example, that there 183 1, 66 | derived from spiritual ~substances, not emanating from them, 184 1, 69 | firmament are "spiritual substances." Wherefore ~it is written ( 185 1, 71 | means nothing else but that substances ~of spiritual nature are 186 1, 71 | moved by some ~intellectual substances. Augustine appears to be 187 1, 74 | to be found in spiritual substances - essence, power, and operation - 188 1, 74 | infinite. But in intellectual substances there is composition of ~ 189 1, 74 | understanding, similar to other ~substances separated from bodies, as 190 1, 74 | supposed that in ~these substances the difference of degree 191 1, 74 | cannot be; for in incorporeal substances there cannot be diversity 192 1, 74 | follow if the aforesaid substances ~were composed of matter 193 1, 74 | place in these incorporeal substances, such as an ~angel and the 194 1, 75 | intellects are subsistent substances, and ~consequently individual, 195 1, 75 | place among intellectual substances; inasmuch as it is not ~ 196 1, 76 | Dogm. xix) that "of two substances ~only does man consist; 197 1, 78 | power belong to various ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 198 1, 78 | the Arabic, the separate substances which we call angels ~are 199 1, 78 | this reason, that such ~substances are always actually understanding. 200 1, 83 | understands immaterial ~substances, which are above it.~Aquin.: 201 1, 83 | knowledge of those ~separate substances, we cannot for that reason 202 1, 83 | derived from some separate substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 203 1, 83 | caused by some separate substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 204 1, 83 | certain separate forms or substances. And this ~in two ways. 205 1, 83 | se" wisdom are creative substances, ~as Dionysius relates ( 206 1, 83 | remotion. Other incorporeal ~substances we know, in the present 207 1, 86 | Consequently ~immaterial substances are intelligible by their 208 1, 86 | immaterial - as the separate substances called angels, each of which 209 1, 86 | is ~true only of separate substances; because in a sense it is 210 1, 86 | and not in regard of other substances, as already stated ~(Reply 211 1, 87 | itself, viz. ~immaterial substances. Under this head there are 212 1, 87 | understand ~the immaterial substances called angels, in themselves?~( 213 1, 87 | can understand ~immaterial substances in themselves?~Aquin.: SMT 214 1, 87 | can understand immaterial substances in themselves. For Augustine ( 215 1, 87 | these are the immaterial ~substances. Therefore the human mind 216 1, 87 | mind understands immaterial substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 217 1, 87 | it is clear that those ~substances are more intelligible in 218 1, 87 | unable to understand abstract substances, ~"because it would have 219 1, 87 | purposeless. ~Therefore immaterial substances can be understood by us.~ 220 1, 87 | understand all intelligible substances, even the superior ~and 221 1, 87 | shall search out?" But these substances are said to be in ~heaven, 222 1, 87 | etc. Therefore ~immaterial substances cannot be known by human 223 1, 87 | opinion of Plato, immaterial substances are not ~only understood 224 1, 87 | appears ~that immaterial substances which do not fall under 225 1, 87 | the knowledge of separate ~substances by being coupled or united 226 1, 87 | naturally understand separate substances. Hence, when it is ~perfectly 227 1, 87 | able to understand separate substances, as in ~the present life 228 1, 87 | happiness understands separate ~substances by the instrumentality of 229 1, 87 | never understand separate substances (because according to him 230 1, 87 | man understands separate substances by means of the ~active 231 1, 87 | to understand immaterial substances; just as ~when we see colors 232 1, 87 | to ~understand separate substances than to understand all material 233 1, 87 | instrumentality to understand separate substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 234 1, 87 | the knowledge of separate ~substances, obtainable by speculative 235 1, 87 | understand separate immaterial substances ~in themselves, either by 236 1, 87 | the knowledge of separate substances. For by knowing ~itself, 237 1, 87 | knowledge of incorporeal substances, such as ~is within its 238 1, 87 | rather than immaterial ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 239 1, 87 | thus it is that immaterial substances are ~improportionate to 240 1, 87 | First, because if separate substances are not understood by us, 241 1, 87 | not the end of separate substances: ~while only that is vain 242 1, 87 | therefore, that immaterial substances are ~purposeless, even if 243 1, 87 | material and immaterial substances in the same way. The former ~ 244 1, 87 | can understand immaterial substances through its ~knowledge of 245 1, 87 | intellect can know immaterial substances ~through the knowledge of 246 1, 87 | things to know immaterial substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 247 1, 87 | definitions of immaterial substances; for Damascene defines an 248 1, 87 | philosophy. Therefore immaterial substances can be understood by us.~ 249 1, 87 | the genus of immaterial ~substances. But it can be understood 250 1, 87 | Therefore also other material substances can ~be understood by us, 251 1, 87 | other created immaterial substances can be ~understood by us 252 1, 87 | understanding of natural substances we can be led, according 253 1, 87 | knowledge of immaterial substances. For ~since the nature of 254 1, 87 | be true, were immaterial substances the forms and ~species of 255 1, 87 | contrary, that immaterial substances differ altogether ~from 256 1, 87 | to understand immaterial substances through material ~substances.~ 257 1, 87 | substances through material ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 258 1, 87 | much ~less can immaterial substances be known by us in such a 259 1, 87 | and nature of immaterial substances cannot be ~perfectly known 260 1, 87 | OBJ 4: Created immaterial substances are not in the same natural ~ 261 1, 87 | natural ~genus as material substances, for they do not agree in 262 1, 87 | because even ~immaterial substances are in the predicament of 263 1, 87 | even immaterial created substances (A[1]), much less ~can it 264 1, 88 | it understands separate substances?~(3) Whether it understands 265 1, 88 | case of other separate ~substances. In that case, however, 266 1, 88 | proper to other separate substances. ~Hence it is as natural 267 1, 88 | the superior intellectual substances ~understand by means of 268 1, 88 | therefore, the inferior substances received species in the ~ 269 1, 88 | universality as the superior substances, since they are ~not so 270 1, 88 | place among intellectual ~substances. But the perfection of the 271 1, 88 | the same way ~as separate substances, it would follow that human 272 1, 88 | soul as by other separate substances; though in a ~lesser degree. 273 1, 88 | soul understands separate substances?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 274 1, 88 | not understand ~separate substances. For the soul is more perfect 275 1, 88 | not understand separate substances ~as shown above (Q[88], 276 1, 88 | its species. But separate substances cannot be known to the soul 277 1, 88 | all understand separate ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 278 1, 88 | the knowledge of separate substances. If, therefore, the ~separated 279 1, 88 | can understand separate substances, its happiness would be ~ 280 1, 88 | knowledge of ~any separate substances; but in the knowledge of 281 1, 88 | knowledge of other separate substances if perfectly understood ~ 282 1, 88 | things exist in separate substances. ~Therefore, as separated 283 1, 88 | separated souls know separate substances, they also know ~all natural 284 1, 88 | soul understands immaterial substances, which are in the highest 285 1, 88 | because it knows separate substances after a fashion.~Aquin.: 286 1, 88 | perfectly ~understand separate substances, so neither does it know 287 1, 88 | so likewise separate ~substances can know singulars by species 288 1, 88 | of incorporeal spiritual substances; and hence they are ignorant 289 1, 89 | existence. Wherefore ~only substances are properly and truly called 290 1, 89 | made through the composite substances being made. On ~the other 291 1, 89 | Metaph. v. But spiritual substances are much more perfect than ~ 292 1, 89 | thought that all ~spiritual substances, whether souls or angels, 293 1, 90 | of the genus of spiritual substances, and in likeness to the 294 1, 90 | spiritual and corporeal substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 295 1, 93 | he could see the separate substances, that is, the angels?~(3) 296 1, 93 | the ~knowledge of separate substances by union with a corruptible 297 1, 93 | separate soul can see separate substances, as above explained (Q[89], ~ 298 1, 93 | was able to see separate ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 299 1, 93 | Therefore it knew separate substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 300 1, 93 | now understand separate substances. Therefore neither ~could 301 1, 93 | knowledge ~regarding separate substances, was not owing to the fact 302 1, 93 | the excellence of separate substances. We, in our present state, ~ 303 1, 93 | at ~knowledge of separate substances by means of its self-knowledge, 304 1, 97 | other hand, incorruptible substances survive, not only ~in the 305 1, 101 | soul or to any spiritual substances, though some ~particular 306 1, 101 | in regard to spiritual ~substances. For the earthly paradise 307 1, 103 | corrupt; such are spiritual substances and heavenly bodies. ~Therefore 308 1, 105 | as the order of corporeal substances depends on the will ~of 309 1, 105 | does the order of spiritual substances. But, as was said ~above ( 310 1, 105 | the order of corporeal ~substances. Therefore He also sometimes 311 1, 105 | the order of ~spiritual substances, by enlightening inferior 312 1, 105 | that belongs to spiritual substances in no way belongs ~to the 313 1, 105 | which belongs to spiritual substances is never passed over by 314 1, 109 | existence of ~incorporeal substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 315 1, 109 | are moved by ~spiritual substances; the number of which he 316 1, 109 | there were any spiritual substances with immediate ~rule over 317 1, 109 | opinions about immaterial ~substances. For Plato laid down that 318 1, 109 | laid down that immaterial substances were types and ~species 319 1, 109 | he held that immaterial substances preside immediately ~over 320 1, 109 | Aristotle held that immaterial substances are not the species of sensible ~ 321 1, 109 | derived from immaterial substances. But he differed ~from Plato 322 1, 109 | that different spiritual ~substances were placed over corporeal 323 1, 109 | locally by the spiritual substances; ~whence we see that the 324 1, 109 | the ~power of spiritual substances.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 325 1, 112 | by immovable spiritual ~substances, and the inferior bodies 326 1, 114 | these are the ~spiritual substances."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] 327 1, 114 | are moved by spiritual ~substances, as stated above (Q[110], 328 1, 114 | instruments. But those spiritual substances are superior to our ~souls. 329 1, 114 | Reply OBJ 1: The spiritual substances, that move the heavenly 330 1, 114 | that demons are spiritual ~substances not united to bodies. Hence 331 1, 115 | glorification of spiritual substances, ~and the like. And this 332 1, 116 | participation of separate substances. But against this we have 333 1, 116 | does ~not obey spiritual substances at will, but the Creator 334 1, 116 | There are certain spiritual substances whose powers are not ~determinate 335 1, 117 | OBJ 2: Further, spiritual substances before all others belong 336 1, 117 | day innumerable spiritual substances would be added to the ~perfection 337 1, 117 | nature as those spiritual substances which are not united to 338 2, 3 | consideration of separate substances viz. ~angels?~(8) Whether 339 2, 3 | the ~knowledge of separate substances, which are above the human 340 2, 3 | participation of the higher substances, so the consideration ~of 341 2, 3 | the knowledge of separate substances, ~namely, angels?~Aquin.: 342 2, 3 | the knowledge of ~separate substances, namely, angels. For Gregory 343 2, 17 | the parts are being and substances in the ~whole. But those 344 2, 18 | too, accidents in natural substances are outside the essence.~ 345 2, 35 | by absolute forms, ~e.g. substances and qualities; whereas other 346 2, 50 | there is a habit in separate substances?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[50] A[ 347 2, 50 | therefore, angels are simple substances, it seems that ~there are 348 2, 50 | that ~angels are immaterial substances, and that there is no material ~ 349 2, 72 | thing; and ~consequently substances differ in respect of their 350 2, 93 | stability of incorporeal substances and of the heavenly bodies. 351 2, 94 | he has in common with all substances: inasmuch as every ~substance 352 2, 102 | which is that of spiritual substances: ~while that part which 353 2, 102 | between us ~and incorporeal substances. Hence the high-priest alone, 354 2, 102 | higher world ~of spiritual substances, hence that tabernacle contained 355 2, 102 | world ~there are spiritual substances called angels. These are 356 2, 24 | since they are created substances; ~nor is it, seemingly, 357 2, 29 | most ~plentifully on the substances which are nearest to Him, 358 2, 81 | since they are intellectual ~substances. Now prayer is becoming 359 2, 92 | placed certain spiritual substances created by ~the supreme 360 2, 169 | pertaining to spiritual substances, by whom we are urged to 361 2, 170 | the influence of spiritual substances ~[*Cf. FP, Q[88], A[4], 362 2, 170 | revelation of spiritual substances, or from a corporeal cause, 363 2, 170 | impressions either of spiritual ~substances, or even of natural causes; 364 2, 178 | sublime beings and godlike ~substances, and though we grasp them 365 3, 6 | acts upon the more remote ~substances through the less remote. 366 3, 6 | to angels, since they are substances ~entirely free from matter.~ 367 3, 11 | phantasms, such as separate substances. ~Hence, since this knowledge 368 3, 11 | He did not know ~separate substances.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[11] A[ 369 3, 11 | cannot understand separate substances. But after the state of ~ 370 3, 11 | measure, to know separate ~substances by itself, as was said in 371 3, 11 | soul could know separate substances in the same way that a separated ~ 372 3, 11 | the senses, viz. separate substances. Therefore it could ~understand 373 3, 12 | the essences of ~separate substances, nor past, present, or future 374 3, 12 | substance of supercelestial ~substances - when without change He 375 3, 12 | midway between spiritual ~substances and corporeal things, it 376 3, 12 | illumination of spiritual substances. Now in ~both these ways 377 3, 16 | ascribes to two persons or substances," i.e. hypostases, "such ~ 378 3, 19 | where there are different ~substances?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 379 3, 35 | man is ~made out of two substances. And so we confess that 380 3, 36 | For angels are spiritual substances, according to ~Ps. 103:4: " 381 3, 44 | which He worked in spiritual substances;~(2) The miracles which 382 3, 44 | Christ worked in spiritual ~substances?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[44] A[ 383 3, 44 | Christ ~worked in spiritual substances. For among spiritual substances 384 3, 44 | substances. For among spiritual substances the holy ~angels are above 385 3, 56 | first ~enlightens those substances which are closer to Him, 386 3, 57 | contact, as regards spiritual ~substances; thus a heavenly place which 387 3, 57 | becomingly due to spiritual substances, since they are highest 388 3, 57 | highest in the ~order of substances. But although Christ's body 389 3, 57 | body is beneath spiritual ~substances, if we weigh the conditions 390 3, 57 | surpasses all spiritual substances in dignity, when we ~call 391 3, 57 | corporeal and ~spiritual substances, still in either case this 392 3, 75 | implies a certain order of substances, one ~of which is changed 393 3, 75 | the other, it is in both substances as in a ~subject, just as 394 3, 76 | therefore Christ exists in three substances, namely, the Godhead, soul ~ 395 3, 76 | as forms and spiritual ~substances. And to this mode can be 396 3, 77 | that dimensions are ~the substances of bodies, as is said in 397 3, 77 | as is seen in spiritual substances. But the sacramental species 398 3, 77 | animated bodies, such as the substances of the bread and ~wine are 399 Suppl, 69| certain other ~spiritual substances, are indifferent to all 400 Suppl, 69| that, Although spiritual substances do not depend on a body 401 Suppl, 69| of congruity of spiritual substances to corporeal ~substances, 402 Suppl, 69| substances to corporeal ~substances, in that the more noble 403 Suppl, 69| adapted to the more noble ~substances: wherefore also the philosophers 404 Suppl, 69| that the order of ~separate substances is according to the order 405 Suppl, 69| manner befitting spiritual ~substances, a manner that cannot be 406 Suppl, 69| immediately united to separate substances, since their entire knowledge ~ 407 Suppl, 70| Eccl. Dogm. xix): "Of two substances ~alone does man consist, 408 Suppl, 72| that evil and good are two ~substances in some places severed from 409 Suppl, 80| subtlety whereby spiritual substances are said to be ~subtle: 410 Suppl, 89| to understand immaterial substances according to their ~being. 411 Suppl, 89| come to understand separate substances. thus Alfarabius expresses 412 Suppl, 89| essence and ~from separate substances. For since the intellect 413 Suppl, 89| the vision of any separate substances. But this ~opinion is altogether 414 Suppl, 89| emanate from the separate ~substances, so that finally we may 415 Suppl, 89| able to understand these ~substances. Consequently, according 416 Suppl, 89| the vision of ~separate substances.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[ 417 Suppl, 89| disposition, since separate ~substances are subsisting quiddities 418 Suppl, 89| quiddity of the separate substances, and ~consequently from 419 Suppl, 89| quiddities of ~material substances and knows them, it does 420 Suppl, 89| thus, or other ~separate substances, is not to see the essence 421 Suppl, 89| of understanding separate substances, to wit that separate substances 422 Suppl, 89| substances, to wit that separate substances are ~understood by us by 423 Suppl, 89| intentions being images of their substances, not indeed abstracted ~ 424 Suppl, 89| perfected so as to see separate substances ~is neither a quiddity abstracted 425 Suppl, 89| case with other separate substances, we must ~nevertheless allow 426 Suppl, 89| the knowledge of ~separate substances, in so far as they are known 427 Suppl, 89| case with other separate substances. Nor ~will that knowledge


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