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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | whatever is opposed ~to the idea of Him, viz. composition, 2 1, 4 | considered as distinguished in idea; nevertheless, a living 3 1, 5 | that they differ only in idea, which is prior in thought?~( 4 1, 5 | same, and differ only ~in idea; which is clear from the 5 1, 5 | Whether goodness is prior in idea to being?~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 5 | that goodness is prior in idea to being. For names are ~ 7 1, 5 | His being. ~Therefore in idea goodness is prior to being.~ 8 1, 5 | more extensive is prior in idea. But ~goodness is more extensive 9 1, 5 | Therefore goodness ~is in idea prior to being.~Aquin.: 10 1, 5 | more universal is prior in idea. But ~goodness seems to 11 1, 5 | Mt. 26:24). Therefore in idea goodness is prior to being.~ 12 1, 5 | absolutely, goodness is prior in idea to being.~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, In idea being is prior to goodness. 14 1, 5 | Therefore, that is ~prior in idea, which is first conceived 15 1, 5 | primarily audible. Therefore in idea being is prior to goodness.~ 16 1, 5 | of desirable, implies the idea of a final cause, the causality 17 1, 5 | form of goodness; since the idea ~of being is prior to the 18 1, 5 | of being is prior to the idea of goodness, as was said 19 1, 5 | an end. Nevertheless, the idea of goodness presupposes 20 1, 5 | goodness presupposes the idea ~of an efficient cause, 21 1, 6 | for it is in God in our idea only: as, what ~is knowable 22 1, 6 | One" does not include the idea of perfection, but only 23 1, 6 | according ~to the separate idea of man. Now just as he laid 24 1, 8 | according to ~the perfect idea of its species it is found 25 1, 8 | reference to the perfect idea of ~their essence. Hence, 26 1, 10 | after. As therefore the ~idea of time consists in the 27 1, 10 | movement, consists the idea of eternity.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 10 | simultaneously-whole" is used to remove the idea of time, and ~the word " 29 1, 10 | 1/1~I answer that, The idea of eternity follows immutability, 30 1, 10 | follows immutability, as the idea of ~time follows movement, 31 1, 10 | any way measured; but the idea of ~measurement is there 32 1, 10 | will be, according to ~the idea of those who think the movement 33 1, 11 | essence and undivided in ~idea or in principle or cause, 34 1, 11 | forasmuch as "one" adds an idea to "being."~Aquin.: SMT 35 1, 11 | opposed to "one." But the idea of "few" is ~opposed to " 36 1, 11 | Things which are opposed in idea, are themselves ~opposed 37 1, 11 | opposed to each other. But the idea of "one" consists in indivisibility; ~ 38 1, 11 | indivisibility; ~and the idea of "multitude" contains 39 1, 11 | For "one" implies the ~idea of a primary measure; and 40 1, 11 | privatively, inasmuch as the ~idea of "many" involves division. 41 1, 11 | Multitude" also, in idea, follows on "one"; because 42 1, 11 | divided things to convey the idea of multitude except by the 43 1, 11 | abstracted from matter only in idea. But "one" which is convertible 44 1, 12 | and difference, forms ~the idea of species; in like manner 45 1, 12 | can be understood by one ~idea, they are understood at 46 1, 12 | is ~understood by its own idea; whereas if all are understood 47 1, 12 | understood under the one ~idea of the whole, they are understood 48 1, 12 | when we understand by one ~idea; but many things understood 49 1, 12 | things understood by one idea are understood ~simultaneously, 50 1, 12 | simultaneously, as in the idea of a man we understand " 51 1, 12 | rational"; and in the idea of a house we understand 52 1, 13 | manifesting his essence; for the idea expressed by the name is 53 1, 13 | in reality, but differ in idea, it can be objected that 54 1, 13 | can be objected that an idea to which ~no reality corresponds 55 1, 13 | is one in reality and in idea, is more one ~than what 56 1, 13 | one in reality and many in idea. But God is supremely one. ~ 57 1, 13 | one in reality and many in idea; and ~thus the names applied 58 1, 13 | diverse meanings. For the idea signified by the ~name is 59 1, 13 | reality, and yet multiple in idea, because ~our intellect 60 1, 13 | that perfection distinct in idea from other ~perfections; 61 1, 13 | this ~mode of community of idea is a mean between pure equivocation 62 1, 13 | univocation. For in analogies the idea is not, as it is in univocals, 63 1, 13 | really in God, but only in idea, it follows that God is ~ 64 1, 13 | a ~reality, but only an idea. But this is plainly seen 65 1, 13 | from both extremes it is an idea only, as when mutual ~order 66 1, 13 | the other extreme it is an idea only; and this happens whenever 67 1, 13 | science and sense, but only in idea, inasmuch as the intellect 68 1, 13 | but a relation only in idea, inasmuch as ~creatures 69 1, 13 | are only in God in ~our idea, so, "to become" or "to 70 1, 13 | applied to God only in ~idea, with no change in Him, 71 1, 13 | temporally, are in God only in idea; but the opposite relations 72 1, 13 | that God is Lord not in idea only, but ~in reality; for 73 1, 13 | themselves. For if one in ~its idea includes another, and vice 74 1, 13 | like. But if one in ~its idea includes another, and not 75 1, 13 | signification of Lord includes the idea of a servant and vice ~versa, 76 1, 13 | know what it is, for the idea which the name signifies 77 1, 13 | either in reality, or in idea; as human ~nature is common 78 1, 13 | many in reality, and in idea; whereas the nature of ~ 79 1, 13 | in reality, but only in idea; for the ~nature of the 80 1, 13 | in ~many is outside the idea of the nature of the species. 81 1, 13 | the species. So, given the idea ~of a species, it can be 82 1, 13 | incommunicable both ~in reality and idea; for the plurality of this 83 1, 13 | nor can it be conceived in idea. Hence no name signifying 84 1, 13 | either in reality or in idea; but only perhaps by way ~ 85 1, 13 | because they contain one idea. ~Now when a Catholic says: " 86 1, 13 | 1/2~On the contrary, The idea in the intellect is the 87 1, 13 | the true God, includes the idea of God when it is used to ~ 88 1, 13 | knows it according to some idea of ~causality, or excellence, 89 1, 13 | something above it at ~least in idea; hence in a certain way 90 1, 13 | absolutely ~comes before the idea of cause. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 91 1, 13 | and different things in idea. And this appears to be 92 1, 13 | subject, and different in idea; for the idea of man is 93 1, 13 | different in idea; for the idea of man is one thing, ~and 94 1, 13 | suppositum," but different as to idea. But in propositions where 95 1, 13 | To this ~diversity in idea corresponds the plurality 96 1, 13 | represents the plurality of idea; and the intellect represents ~ 97 1, 14 | some other thing; for the idea of the thing known is in 98 1, 14 | knowledge to ~which the idea of causality does not belong 99 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The idea of the infinite pertains 100 1, 14 | says (Phys. i). But the idea of quantity implies the 101 1, 14 | Hence it ~is not against the idea of the infinite to be comprehended 102 1, 15 | know Himself through an idea; neither ~therefore other 103 1, 15 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an idea is considered to be the 104 1, 15 | mind. For ~the Greek word {Idea} is in Latin "forma." Hence 105 1, 15 | this may ~be called the idea of the house, since the 106 1, 15 | in this the notion of an idea consists.~Aquin.: SMT FP 107 1, 15 | understand things according to an idea ~existing outside Himself. 108 1, 15 | therefore the nature of an idea with respect to other ~things; 109 1, 15 | His ~essence; therefore an idea in God is identical with 110 1, 15 | ideas are not many. For an idea in God is His ~essence. 111 1, 15 | Therefore there is only one idea.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 112 1, 15 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as the idea is the principle of knowing 113 1, 15 | opinion God would have the idea of the first ~created thing 114 1, 15 | by Him, He must have the idea of ~the order of the universe. 115 1, 15 | Now there cannot be an idea of any whole, ~unless particular 116 1, 15 | builder cannot conceive the idea of a house unless he has ~ 117 1, 15 | house unless he has ~the idea of each of its parts. So, 118 1, 15 | by God ~according to the idea proper to it," from which 119 1, 15 | if we consider that the idea of a ~work is in the mind 120 1, 15 | the ~particular type and idea of that creature; and in 121 1, 15 | essence is not called an idea in so far as it is ~that 122 1, 15 | God understands; ~but an idea, that which God understands. 123 1, 15 | understands the type or idea of the house. Now not only 124 1, 15 | that He ~knows. For the idea of evil is not in God; since 125 1, 15 | of which there can be no idea, ~since it has no form. 126 1, 15 | of their generation, an idea has this twofold ~office, 127 1, 15 | mind of God. So far as the idea is the ~principle of the 128 1, 15 | Evil, therefore, has no idea in God, neither in so far ~ 129 1, 15 | neither in so far ~as an idea is an "exemplar" nor as 130 1, 15 | respect to ~these there is no idea in God in so far as idea 131 1, 15 | idea in God in so far as idea signifies an "exemplar" ~ 132 1, 15 | therefore he postulated not an idea of matter but a concause ~ 133 1, 15 | from form, matter has its idea in God; but not apart from 134 1, 15 | but not apart from the ~idea of the composite; for matter 135 1, 15 | OBJ 4: Genus can have no idea apart from the idea of species, 136 1, 15 | have no idea apart from the idea of species, in ~so far as 137 1, 15 | of species, in ~so far as idea denotes an "exemplar"; for 138 1, 15 | subject, have their special ~idea. For an architect produces 139 1, 15 | to ~Plato, have no other idea than that of species; both 140 1, 15 | and the concause with the idea; and because the intention 141 1, 16 | truth ~and being differ in idea.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 142 1, 16 | apprehended, unless the idea of ~the true follows apprehension 143 1, 16 | be apprehended unless the idea of ~the true be apprehended 144 1, 16 | apprehended unless the idea of being be apprehended 145 1, 16 | being is ~included in the idea of the true. The case is 146 1, 16 | the true must be prior in ~idea to the good.~Aquin.: SMT 147 1, 16 | desires being. Hence the idea of being is first, that 148 1, 16 | of truth second, ~and the idea of good third, though good 149 1, 17 | representation does not involve the idea of falsity except in so 150 1, 21 | does not appertain to the ~idea of justice. ~Aquin.: SMT 151 1, 21 | proportion wherein consists the idea of ~justice. Thus justice 152 1, 21 | God. In this way too the ~idea of justice is preserved 153 1, 21 | wisdom and goodness. And the idea ~of mercy, also, is preserved 154 1, 23 | as it ~preconceives the idea of what is to be done. Thus, 155 1, 23 | predestination, conceiving the idea of the order of some ~towards 156 1, 25 | effect. Thus in God the idea of power is retained, ~inasmuch 157 1, 25 | nothing is opposed to the idea of being except non-being. 158 1, 25 | time is repugnant to ~the idea of an absolutely possible 159 1, 25 | is clear that the ~whole idea of order which a wise man 160 1, 26 | as it ~falls short of the idea of true beatitude; and thus 161 1, 27 | objection comes from the idea of procession in the ~sense 162 1, 27 | irreconcilable with the idea of a ~first principle; whereas 163 1, 27 | intelligible act is included in the idea of a first principle. For 164 1, 27 | principle of the house, in the idea of such a ~principle is 165 1, 27 | would be included in the ~idea of the first principle were 166 1, 27 | objection is based on the idea of generation in the ~first 167 1, 27 | whence it proceeds; so the idea of generation cannot be 168 1, 28 | and quality, even the true idea of the ~genus itself is 169 1, 28 | substance. But the true idea of relation is not taken 170 1, 28 | attributed to him. ~The idea of relation, however, necessarily 171 1, 28 | two in their own proper idea and definitions import opposite ~ 172 1, 29 | what belongs to the general idea of singularity can be defined; 173 1, 29 | hypostasis or first substance the idea of universality and of ~ 174 1, 29 | individual" is ~added, the idea of assumptibility is excluded 175 1, 29 | individual ~principles to the idea of essence; nor are these 176 1, 29 | substance - includes the idea of relation, as above explained.~ 177 1, 30 | plurality - "we exclude the idea of oneness and ~of solitude;" 178 1, 30 | point advanced. Although the idea of solitude is ~excluded 179 1, 30 | common by a ~community of idea, not as genus or species, 180 1, 30 | nature. Now this is common in idea to the divine persons, that 181 1, 30 | name "person" is common in idea to the three divine persons.~ 182 1, 31 | We exclude from God the idea of singularity or uniqueness." ~ 183 1, 32 | intellect," containing the idea of all ~things, as Macrobius 184 1, 32 | necessary for the right idea of ~creation. The fact of 185 1, 32 | since the very specific idea of a relation ~is that it 186 1, 32 | mentioned, comprising the idea of notions, as the ~abstract 187 1, 32 | A notion is the proper idea whereby we know a divine ~ 188 1, 32 | and origin includes the idea of someone from whom another 189 1, 33 | A[4]), that ~the perfect idea of paternity and filiation 190 1, 33 | we approach to the true idea of filiation. For God is ~ 191 1, 34 | Word," and "Image." The idea of Son is gathered ~from 192 1, 34 | Son is gathered ~from the idea of Father. Hence it remains 193 1, 34 | a strict sense; lest the idea of the Word proceeding should 194 1, 34 | is implied the operative ~idea of what God makes.~Aquin.: 195 1, 34 | Reply OBJ 4: The name of Idea is imposed chiefly to signify 196 1, 35 | that, Image includes the idea of similitude. Still, not 197 1, 35 | which ~requires also the idea of origin; because, as Augustine 198 1, 36 | Son, but the Father," the idea of the Son knowing Himself 199 1, 37 | itself is included in the idea of the action. For we say 200 1, 37 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: When the idea of an action includes a 201 1, 37 | flower. When, however, the idea of an action does ~not include 202 1, 38 | essence is included ~in the idea of person, as stated above ( 203 1, 38 | and it thus contains the idea of a ~gratuitous donation. 204 1, 38 | The name Gift involves the idea of belonging to the Giver ~ 205 1, 39 | only in the relations the idea of "reference to another," 206 1, 39 | property is ~included in the idea of the appropriated. But 207 1, 40 | properties are removed, then the idea of the hypostases and ~persons 208 1, 40 | mentally abstracted, the idea of ~the hypostasis no longer 209 1, 41 | in order that from the idea of ~creation the immutability 210 1, 42 | is the realization of an idea [ideatio], ~as an external 211 1, 42 | certain way implies the idea of a principle, ~but essence 212 1, 42 | irreconcilable with the idea of universal, ~the parts 213 1, 43 | This objection rests on the idea of mission according to ~ 214 1, 43 | I answer that, The very idea of mission means procession 215 1, 44 | exemplar is the same as the idea. But ideas, ~according to 216 1, 44 | they ~represent the divine idea, as a material house is 217 1, 45 | is ~contrary to the very idea of creation.~Aquin.: SMT 218 1, 45 | which is against the very idea ~of creation.~Aquin.: SMT 219 1, 46 | Thus it ~appears that the idea of the instant "now," as 220 1, 46 | objection is ~founded on the idea that, given two extremes, 221 1, 48 | nature of pain includes the idea of injury to the agent in ~ 222 1, 48 | in ~himself, whereas the idea of fault includes the idea 223 1, 48 | idea of fault includes the idea of injury to the ~agent 224 1, 48 | evil, as including ~the idea of injury.~Aquin.: SMT FP 225 1, 49 | nature of evil is against the idea of a first principle; both 226 1, 50 | indeterminate, it derives the idea of their "genus"; and ~inasmuch 227 1, 50 | determinately, it derives the idea of their ~"difference."~ 228 1, 54 | compared as included ~in the idea of a more universal object, 229 1, 58 | Word, and through an innate idea.~ 230 1, 59 | according to some ~common idea, there will be no distinction 231 1, 59 | contained under that common idea. Just ~as if the proper 232 1, 62 | is quite foreign to the idea of beatitude; which ~conveys 233 1, 62 | since merit conveys the idea of a means to an end; while ~ 234 1, 66 | impossible for Moses to make the idea of such ~matter intelligible 235 1, 67 | distance is derived from the idea of remoteness of place, 236 1, 75 | as to its proper formal idea, is in the intellectual 237 1, 76 | against Plato, that if the idea of an animal is distinct 238 1, 76 | animal is distinct from the idea of ~a biped, then a biped 239 1, 77 | a ~manner, includes the idea of the other, since they 240 1, 37 | itself is included in the idea of the action. For we say 241 1, 37 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: When the idea of an action includes a 242 1, 37 | flower. When, however, the idea of an action does ~not include 243 1, 38 | essence is included ~in the idea of person, as stated above ( 244 1, 38 | and it thus contains the idea of a ~gratuitous donation. 245 1, 38 | The name Gift involves the idea of belonging to the Giver ~ 246 1, 39 | only in the relations the idea of "reference to another," 247 1, 39 | property is ~included in the idea of the appropriated. But 248 1, 40 | properties are removed, then the idea of the hypostases and ~persons 249 1, 40 | mentally abstracted, the idea of ~the hypostasis no longer 250 1, 41 | in order that from the idea of ~creation the immutability 251 1, 42 | is the realization of an idea [ideatio], ~as an external 252 1, 42 | certain way implies the idea of a principle, ~but essence 253 1, 42 | irreconcilable with the idea of universal, ~the parts 254 1, 43 | This objection rests on the idea of mission according to ~ 255 1, 43 | I answer that, The very idea of mission means procession 256 1, 45 | exemplar is the same as the idea. But ideas, ~according to 257 1, 45 | they ~represent the divine idea, as a material house is 258 1, 46 | is ~contrary to the very idea of creation.~Aquin.: SMT 259 1, 46 | which is against the very idea ~of creation.~Aquin.: SMT 260 1, 47 | Thus it ~appears that the idea of the instant "now," as 261 1, 47 | objection is ~founded on the idea that, given two extremes, 262 1, 49 | nature of pain includes the idea of injury to the agent in ~ 263 1, 49 | in ~himself, whereas the idea of fault includes the idea 264 1, 49 | idea of fault includes the idea of injury to the ~agent 265 1, 49 | evil, as including ~the idea of injury.~Aquin.: SMT FP 266 1, 50 | nature of evil is against the idea of a first ~principle; both 267 1, 51 | indeterminate, it derives the idea of their "genus"; and ~inasmuch 268 1, 51 | determinately, it derives the idea of their ~"difference."~ 269 1, 55 | compared as included ~in the idea of a more universal object, 270 1, 59 | Word, and through an innate idea.~ 271 1, 60 | according to some ~common idea, there will be no distinction 272 1, 60 | contained under that common idea. Just ~as if the proper 273 1, 63 | is quite foreign to the idea of beatitude; which ~conveys 274 1, 63 | since merit conveys the idea of a means to an end; while ~ 275 1, 67 | impossible for Moses to make the idea of such ~matter intelligible 276 1, 68 | distance is derived from the idea of remoteness of place, 277 1, 74 | as to its proper formal idea, is in the intellectual 278 1, 75 | against Plato, that if the idea of an animal is distinct 279 1, 75 | animal is distinct from the idea of ~a biped, then a biped 280 1, 76 | a ~manner, includes the idea of the other, since they 281 1, 81 | the intellect is the very idea of appetible good; and the ~ 282 1, 81 | the ~appetible good, the idea of which is in the intellect, 283 1, 81 | consists in this - that the ~idea of the thing understood 284 1, 81 | itself, in which is the idea understood; ~by comparison 285 1, 81 | in such a comparison the idea of good is found to be ~ 286 1, 81 | absolute, and extends to the ~idea of good itself: wherefore 287 1, 83 | se" man, and the form or idea of a ~horse which is called " 288 1, 83 | matter by ~participating the idea of a stone, becomes an individuating 289 1, 83 | intellect, by participating the idea of a stone, is made to understand 290 1, 83 | Now participation of an idea takes place by some image 291 1, 83 | place by some image of the idea ~in the participator, just 292 1, 83 | matter by participating the idea of a stone becomes a stone, 293 1, 83 | by participating the same idea, has knowledge of a stone. 294 1, 84 | comparing any more universal idea with the less universal.~ 295 1, 84 | common contains in its ~idea not only the more common, 296 1, 84 | considered as ~part of the same idea.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 297 1, 84 | result of matter, while the idea of species is from the ~ 298 1, 84 | material in a thing, while the idea of species ~is taken from 299 1, 86 | inquire into the ~nature and idea of the habit by considering 300 1, 92 | which is ~involved in the idea of an image.~Aquin.: SMT 301 1, 92 | of a house points to the ~idea of the architect; and order 302 1, 92 | again, as it perfects the idea ~of "image."~Aquin.: SMT 303 1, 93 | opinion was held with the idea ~that it is not derogatory 304 1, 101 | probable that ~man has no idea where paradise was, and 305 1, 102 | But unity belongs to the idea of goodness, as Boethius 306 2, 1 | they do not apprehend the ~idea of an end as such, as irrational 307 2, 3 | in man, ~with whom is the idea of things to be done; while 308 2, 32 | being that they give man an idea ~of his own excellence. 309 2, 40 | so far as it lessens the idea of difficulty: whereby it 310 2, 61 | that answers to the perfect idea of virtue, which requires ~ 311 2, 61 | answers imperfectly to the ~idea of virtue, and does not 312 2, 61 | the point of the generic idea; ~although considered in 313 2, 61 | the point of the generic idea; as the notion of ~being 314 2, 74 | speaking of the Divine 'idea' as the archetype of the ~ 315 2, 74 | creature. Hence the type or idea is a rule of conduct, and 316 2, 91 | Reason. Wherefore the very Idea of the government of things 317 2, 93 | the eternal law. But the idea of ~truth is not the same 318 2, 93 | truth is not the same as the idea of a type. Therefore the 319 2, 93 | character of art, exemplar or idea; so the type of Divine Wisdom, 320 2, 99 | precept implies, in its ~very idea, relation to an end, in 321 2, 106 | of court the ~senseless idea that the Holy Ghost is to 322 2, 16 | Since, then, the ~very idea of a theological virtue 323 2, 47 | OBJ 2: It is the same in idea, to ensue good and to avoid 324 2, 47 | hindrances is different in ~idea. Hence caution differs from 325 2, 55 | to another, the perfect idea of "right" or "just" is ~ 326 2, 115 | that it answers to the ~idea of due in the lowest degree.~ 327 2, 127 | seems inconsistent with the idea of ~magnanimity. Therefore 328 2, 180 | it does not ~remove the idea of merit, but causes a yet 329 2, 186 | and this belongs to the idea of a perfect thing [*Aristotle, 330 3, 2 | human nature is a separate idea, just as the ~Platonists 331 3, 6 | secondly, as regards the idea of ~causality, as we say 332 3, 36 | strange to them, had no idea of showing ~such great homage 333 3, 59 | which is implied in the idea of ~eternity. And in the 334 Suppl, 89| individuating principles, so the ~idea understood is not diversified 335 Suppl, 89| intellect ~separates the idea understood from the imaginary 336 Suppl, 92| bride; and ~therefore the idea of a dowry is not becoming 337 Suppl, 92| whose union answers to the idea of a perfect ~marriage should


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