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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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medium

    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | pass through an ~infinite medium.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4] 2 1, 8 | distance, except through a medium. But it belongs to the great 3 1, 12 | if God is seen through a medium, He is not seen in His ~ 4 1, 12 | light, He is seen through a medium. ~Therefore He is not seen 5 1, 12 | inasmuch as it makes the medium ~actually transparent, and 6 1, 12 | to be described not as a medium in which God is seen, but 7 1, 12 | He is seen; and such a medium does not take away the immediate 8 1, 13 | things signified through the medium ~of the intellectual conception. 9 1, 13 | signifies the thing through the medium of the ~intellectual conception, 10 1, 14 | disposition of the diaphanous ~medium which receives it; and likewise, 11 1, 14 | may be understood in one (medium), as ~shown above.~Aquin.: 12 1, 14 | comes about through the medium of some ~likeness. But the 13 1, 20 | move except through the ~medium of the appetitive: and just 14 1, 20 | reason ~moves through the medium of the particular reason, 15 1, 20 | called, moves through the medium of the sensitive appetite. 16 1, 36 | preposition ~"through" denotes a medium, for the more a "suppositum" 17 1, 36 | far as the bailiff is a medium ~according to the order 18 1, 37 | force." But a bond is a medium between ~what it joins together, 19 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost is not the medium, but the third person in 20 1, 45 | there were an infinite medium between nothing and being; 21 1, 45 | 2: Further, there is no medium between the Creator and 22 1, 45 | creation is signified as the medium between them both: since 23 1, 45 | and change is a kind of medium between the mover and ~the 24 1, 45 | creation is signified as a medium between the ~Creator and 25 1, 46 | pass ~through an infinite medium. Therefore we should never 26 1, 46 | created by God through the medium ~of spiritual creation; 27 1, 47 | In speculative things the medium of demonstration, which ~ 28 1, 48 | good and evil ~there is a medium, and from evil there can 29 1, 48 | good ~and evil there is a medium, as good is considered as 30 1, 48 | aforesaid aptitude is a medium between subject and act. ~ 31 1, 50 | corporeal ~creatures. Now the medium compared to one extreme 32 1, 53 | is there any need for a medium between the terms, just 33 1, 53 | terms, just as ~there is no medium between time and the limit 34 1, 54 | knowledge: secondly, into his ~medium of knowledge: thirdly, into 35 1, 54 | extrinsic ~object, is really a medium between the agent and the 36 1, 54 | agent, is not really a ~medium between the agent and the 37 1, 55 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MEDIUM OF THE ANGELIC KNOWLEDGE ( 38 1, 55 | question arises as to the medium of the angelic ~knowledge. 39 1, 55 | such as the angels, the ~medium whereby the object is understood 40 1, 55 | 1/1~I answer that, The medium through which the intellect 41 1, 55 | to" do not determine the medium of ~such knowledge, since 42 1, 55 | such knowledge, since the medium is the similitude of the 43 1, 55 | way, on the part of the medium of ~such knowledge. In this 44 1, 55 | which by one universal medium can know each ~of the things 45 1, 56 | existence; but, in the deferent ~medium, it has only intentional 46 1, 58 | know this through a twofold medium, namely, by innate ideas, 47 1, 58 | demonstrative and a probable medium for ~reaching the same conclusion. 48 1, 62 | time ~through a probable medium and through a demonstrative 49 1, 65 | created by God through the medium of the angels?~(4) Whether 50 1, 65 | produced by God through the medium of ~the angels?~Aquin.: 51 1, 65 | produced by God ~through the medium of the angels. For, as all 52 1, 70 | not exercised through the medium of the body, though the 53 1, 71 | to another through the ~medium; and therefore there are 54 1, 76 | their ~imperfection, are a medium between accidental and substantial 55 1, 76 | impossible for anything to be ~a medium between substance and accident.~ 56 1, 76 | of touch requires to be a medium between contraries, such 57 1, 76 | to the body through the medium of ~accidental dispositions?~ 58 1, 76 | to the body ~through the medium of accidental dispositions. 59 1, 77 | substance, then there can be no medium between substance and accident; ~ 60 1, 77 | in this sense there is a ~medium between substance and accident. 61 1, 77 | species; wherefore it is a medium between the essence ~and 62 1, 77 | soul may be ~said to be a medium between substance and accident, 63 1, 77 | essence of the soul by the medium of another. But since the 64 1, 37 | force." But a bond is a medium between ~what it joins together, 65 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost is not the medium, but the third person in 66 1, 46 | there were an infinite medium between nothing and being; 67 1, 46 | 2: Further, there is no medium between the Creator and 68 1, 46 | creation is signified as the medium between them both: since 69 1, 46 | and change is a kind of medium between the mover and ~the 70 1, 46 | creation is signified as a medium between the ~Creator and 71 1, 47 | pass ~through an infinite medium. Therefore we should never 72 1, 47 | created by God through the medium ~of spiritual creation; 73 1, 48 | In speculative things the medium of demonstration, which ~ 74 1, 49 | good and evil ~there is a medium, and from evil there can 75 1, 49 | good ~and evil there is a medium, as good is considered as 76 1, 49 | aforesaid aptitude is a medium between subject and act. ~ 77 1, 51 | corporeal ~creatures. Now the medium compared to one extreme 78 1, 54 | is there any need for a medium between the terms, just 79 1, 54 | terms, just as ~there is no medium between time and the limit 80 1, 55 | knowledge: secondly, into his ~medium of knowledge: thirdly, into 81 1, 55 | extrinsic ~object, is really a medium between the agent and the 82 1, 55 | agent, is not really a ~medium between the agent and the 83 1, 56 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MEDIUM OF THE ANGELIC KNOWLEDGE ( 84 1, 56 | question arises as to the medium of the angelic ~knowledge. 85 1, 56 | such as the angels, the ~medium whereby the object is understood 86 1, 56 | 1/1~I answer that, The medium through which the intellect 87 1, 56 | to" do not determine the medium of ~such knowledge, since 88 1, 56 | such knowledge, since the medium is the similitude of the 89 1, 56 | way, on the part of the medium of ~such knowledge. In this 90 1, 56 | which by one universal medium can know each ~of the things 91 1, 57 | existence; but, in the deferent ~medium, it has only intentional 92 1, 59 | know this through a twofold medium, namely, by innate ideas, 93 1, 59 | demonstrative and a probable medium for ~reaching the same conclusion. 94 1, 63 | time ~through a probable medium and through a demonstrative 95 1, 66 | created by God through the medium of the angels?~(4) Whether 96 1, 66 | produced by God through the medium of ~the angels?~Aquin.: 97 1, 66 | produced by God ~through the medium of the angels. For, as all 98 1, 71 | not exercised through the medium of the body, though the 99 1, 71 | to another through the ~medium; and therefore there are 100 1, 75 | their ~imperfection, are a medium between accidental and substantial 101 1, 75 | impossible for anything to be ~a medium between substance and accident.~ 102 1, 75 | of touch requires to be a medium between contraries, such 103 1, 75 | to the body through the medium of ~accidental dispositions? ~ 104 1, 75 | to the body ~through the medium of accidental dispositions. 105 1, 76 | substance, then there can be no medium between substance and accident; ~ 106 1, 76 | in this sense there is a ~medium between substance and accident. 107 1, 76 | species; wherefore it is a medium between the essence ~and 108 1, 76 | soul may be ~said to be a medium between substance and accident, 109 1, 76 | essence of the soul by the medium of another. But since the 110 1, 77 | has been ~assigned to the medium, which is either in conjunction 111 1, 77 | not exercised through a medium united to them, to obviate 112 1, 78 | inasmuch as it makes the medium to be actually luminous; 113 1, 78 | nature moves the luminous medium. But in the operation of 114 1, 78 | intellect there is no appointed medium that has to be brought into 115 1, 78 | but in order that ~the medium may become actually luminous, 116 1, 78 | But it may happen that the medium and what is attained thereby 117 1, 78 | reason is such that both ~medium and term belong to it. For 118 1, 78 | thing passes ~through the medium and reaches the end. Wherefore 119 1, 83 | understood as referring ~to the medium of intellectual knowledge, 120 1, 84 | incomplete act, which is ~the medium between potentiality and 121 1, 85 | proposition, except through the medium of a singular ~proposition. 122 1, 85 | not move save through the medium of the particular apprehension 123 1, 86 | that, A habit is a kind of medium between mere power and mere ~ 124 1, 87 | present life through the medium of the passive intellect 125 1, 87 | instrumentality, for the medium of an agent's formal action 126 1, 90 | or so that the organ is a medium between ~two contraries, 127 1, 90 | regard to touch; for the ~medium is in potentiality to the 128 1, 93 | whereby God is seen ~without a medium or enigma. But man in the 129 1, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A medium (of knowledge) is twofold; 130 1, 93 | mirror: another kind of ~medium is that whereby we attain 131 1, 93 | something unknown; ~such as the medium in a demonstration. God 132 1, 93 | without this second ~kind of medium, but not without the first 133 1, 107 | commonly, considered as the ~medium between the essence and 134 1, 107 | Principalities" and the "Angels." A medium compared to ~one extreme 135 1, 112 | precepts reach man by the medium ~of the angels, as above 136 1, 112 | brought to God through the medium ~of the higher, as Dionysius 137 1, 112 | whom ~and men there is no medium. Therefore there is only 138 1, 117 | their like, not through some medium, but by ~themselves; thus 139 1, 117 | both without and ~with a medium. Without a medium - in the 140 1, 117 | with a medium. Without a medium - in the work of nutrition, 141 1, 117 | generates flesh: with a medium - in the act of generation, 142 2, 6 | from the will ~through the medium of the other powers.~Aquin.: 143 2, 18 | contrary habit, there can be no medium in ~respect of the proper 144 2, 20 | regards the end through the medium of the ~act of the will. 145 2, 30 | reason ~also, through the medium of the particular imagination.~ 146 2, 49 | some in which ~there is no medium between the "haver" and 147 2, 49 | for ~instance, there is no medium between the subject and 148 2, 49 | some in which there is a medium, but only a relation: as, ~ 149 2, 49 | some in which there is a medium, not indeed an action ~or 150 2, 49 | we ~understand it to be a medium between the haver, and that 151 2, 50 | as act, being a ~sort of medium between the two, cannot 152 2, 67 | secondly, on the part of the medium; ~thirdly, on the part of 153 2, 67 | Being. On the part of the medium, perfect and imperfect ~ 154 2, 67 | through a ~demonstrative medium, and through a probable 155 2, 67 | and through a probable medium. On the part of the ~subject 156 2, 67 | another in respect of the same medium or the ~same subject: for 157 2, 67 | through one and the same medium, perfect and imperfect knowledge ~ 158 2, 67 | perfect on the ~part of the medium is incompatible with imperfect 159 2, 67 | through one ~and the same medium: but nothing hinders them 160 2, 67 | through a demonstrative medium. Again, knowledge ~that 161 2, 75 | sin, ~except through the medium of the internal cause, as 162 2, 76 | proposition, except through the medium of a particular ~proposition: 163 2, 110 | Therefore nothing can come as a medium ~between God and the soul. 164 2, 110 | formal cause. Now there is no medium between form and matter, 165 2, 110 | meritorious works through the medium of virtues, as ~the essence 166 2, 110 | vital deeds through the ~medium of the powers.~Aquin.: SMT 167 2, 2 | the object, for it is the medium on account ~of which we 168 2, 14 | is said to pierce the medium, in so far as it perceives 169 2, 14 | perceive ~its object through a medium of corporeal distance, but 170 2, 30 | act of charity through the medium of ~mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS 171 2, 79 | it produces through the medium of the virtues which it ~ 172 2, 80 | religion, and, through the medium of religion, to charity ~ 173 2, 81 | from charity through the medium of religion, of which prayer 174 2, 170 | immediately, and not through the medium of the ~angels.~Aquin.: 175 2, 172 | 1/1~On the contrary, The medium differentiates the degrees 176 2, 172 | through a more excellent medium. Now imaginary vision is ~ 177 2, 172 | imaginary vision is ~a kind of medium in prophetic knowledge. 178 3, 6 | assumed flesh through the medium of the soul?~(2) Whether 179 3, 6 | assumed the soul through the medium of the spirit or mind?~( 180 3, 6 | was assumed through the medium of ~the parts?~(6) Whether 181 3, 6 | was assumed through the medium of grace?~Aquin.: SMT TP 182 3, 6 | assumed flesh through the medium of the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 183 3, 6 | assume flesh through ~the medium of the soul. For the mode 184 3, 6 | united to ~flesh without the medium of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 185 3, 6 | assume flesh through the medium of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 186 3, 6 | Further, take away the medium and you separate what were 187 3, 6 | what were joined ~by the medium; for example, if the superficies 188 3, 6 | to the body through the medium of the ~superficies. But 189 3, 6 | joined to flesh through ~the medium of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 190 3, 6 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A medium is in reference to a beginning 191 3, 6 | imply order, so also does a medium. Now there is a ~twofold 192 3, 6 | nothing is said to be a medium in the order of time, for ~ 193 3, 6 | to Himself, ~through the medium of the soul. But even as 194 3, 6 | is here that there is a medium ~between the creature and 195 3, 6 | assumed a soul through the medium of the spirit or ~mind?~ 196 3, 6 | assume a soul through ~the medium of the spirit or mind. For 197 3, 6 | or mind. For nothing is a medium between itself ~and another. 198 3, 6 | assume a soul through the medium of the spirit or mind.~Aquin.: 199 3, 6 | 2: Further, what is the medium of the assumption is itself 200 3, 6 | assume a soul through the medium of the spirit.~Aquin.: SMT 201 3, 6 | by the first through ~the medium of what comes before. But 202 3, 6 | assume a soul through the medium of the ~spirit or mind.~ 203 3, 6 | assumed flesh through the medium of the soul, on account 204 3, 6 | united to flesh through the medium of the intellect; for the ~ 205 3, 6 | that it has the nature of a medium.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[6] A[2] 206 3, 6 | intellect ~is said to be a medium, does not stand for the 207 3, 6 | assumed flesh through the medium of ~the soul, as was said 208 3, 6 | said above (A[1]). Now the medium is reached before the ~end. 209 3, 6 | Christ is said to be ~the medium in the union of the flesh 210 3, 6 | from this that it was the medium in the ~order of time.~Aquin.: 211 3, 6 | was assumed through the medium of the ~parts?~Aquin.: SMT 212 3, 6 | human nature ~through the medium of its parts. For Augustine 213 3, 6 | assumed the soul ~through the medium of the spirit, and the body 214 3, 6 | and the body through the medium of the ~soul, and in this 215 3, 6 | assumed all, through the medium of ~the parts. ~Aquin.: 216 3, 6 | assumed flesh through the medium of the ~soul because the 217 3, 6 | assumed the ~whole through the medium of the parts.~Aquin.: SMT 218 3, 6 | assumed the parts through the medium of the whole.~Aquin.: SMT 219 3, 6 | anything is said to be a medium in the assumption of ~the 220 3, 6 | human nature, through the medium of the whole; for even as 221 3, 6 | was assumed through the medium of grace?~Aquin.: SMT TP 222 3, 6 | human nature through ~the medium of grace. For by grace we 223 3, 6 | assumed the soul through ~the medium of grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP 224 3, 6 | cannot be taken to be the medium of the assumption ~of the 225 3, 6 | spiritus], not as a formal medium, but as a moving medium. 226 3, 6 | medium, but as a moving medium. For from the ~word conceived 227 3, 6 | Holy Spirit is the formal ~medium in the aforesaid union.~ 228 3, 7 | some others through the medium of ~the virtues which proceed 229 3, 10 | knowledge ~depends upon the medium of knowing; as the knowledge 230 3, 10 | thing known, ~depends on the medium; but as regards the knower, 231 3, 10 | sees a conclusion in ~a medium more perfectly than another 232 3, 11 | sometimes potentially. But the medium between a pure power ~and 233 3, 11 | habit: and extremes and medium are of the same ~genus. 234 3, 12 | Himself; and not by the medium of ~angels, who in their 235 3, 31 | patriarchs through the ~medium of His Mother's body. Consequently 236 3, 31 | this reason, through the medium of the Blessed Virgin, Christ 237 3, 31 | patriarchs, save through the medium of the Blessed Virgin's 238 3, 50 | with the flesh through ~the medium of the soul, inasmuch as 239 3, 50 | though the soul were the medium linking them together. But 240 3, 76 | with that place through the medium of its own ~dimensions; 241 3, 76 | that ~place through the medium of foreign dimensions, so 242 3, 76 | that place ~through the medium of substance; which is contrary 243 3, 76 | about an ~alteration in the medium, through its accidents. 244 3, 76 | they do not act on the ~medium so as to be seen by any 245 3, 76 | bears a relation to ~the medium surrounding this sacrament, 246 3, 77 | their subject through the medium ~of dimensive quantity; 247 3, 81 | contact with the adjacent medium of sight, so does passion 248 Suppl, 19| directly but through the medium of the Church Militant. 249 Suppl, 29| to the people through the medium of the ministers who dispense 250 Suppl, 29| lower ministers through the medium of the higher ~ministers 251 Suppl, 70| performed except through the medium of the ~body - such as to 252 Suppl, 70| essence and not through the ~medium of certain other powers, 253 Suppl, 72| essence is a sufficient medium for knowing all ~things, 254 Suppl, 79| senses, but from lack of medium and object; ~and that the 255 Suppl, 79| seemingly untrue, because the medium in these senses ~is the 256 Suppl, 79| others. For in the sight the medium is the air, and ~this is 257 Suppl, 79| air, and ~this is also the medium in hearing and smelling ( 258 Suppl, 79| like the touch, has the medium in contact, since taste 259 Suppl, 79| so that smell affects the medium sometimes, and the ~instrument 260 Suppl, 79| with light, it can be the medium of sight, and the more it 261 Suppl, 80| to place save through the medium of ~its proper dimensions, 262 Suppl, 81| resistance offered by the medium. Now the ~velocities of 263 Suppl, 81| the ratio of one resisting medium to another resisting medium, 264 Suppl, 81| medium to another resisting medium, but ~that the ratio of 265 Suppl, 81| of the resistance of the ~medium. For every movement has 266 Suppl, 81| resistance on the part of the medium; as evidenced in heavenly 267 Suppl, 81| from ~the resistance of the medium is a part of movement added 268 Suppl, 81| from the resistance of the medium. This is an error of the ~ 269 Suppl, 81| also the resistance of the medium through which the movement 270 Suppl, 81| save on the part of the ~medium, and this resistance is 271 Suppl, 81| these, since if there be no ~medium at all their movement is 272 Suppl, 81| resistance on the part of the ~medium only, the measure of time 273 Suppl, 81| obstacle ~on the part of the medium, so that if the medium be 274 Suppl, 81| the medium, so that if the medium be removed there will be ~ 275 Suppl, 81| as the subtlety of the ~medium is increased by so much 276 Suppl, 81| and the ~more subtle the medium the less it resists. But 277 Suppl, 81| both the movable and the medium, the ~quantity of time must 278 Suppl, 81| resistance of both movable and medium together. Hence ~granted 279 Suppl, 81| Hence ~granted that the medium be taken away altogether, 280 Suppl, 81| subtlety we ascribe to the medium the less is it ~naturally 281 Suppl, 81| that the resistance of the ~medium will add no retardation 282 Suppl, 81| evident that although the medium offer no resistance to ~ 283 Suppl, 83| and in the ~transferring medium. And so it is in the case 284 Suppl, 89| which is seen through a medium is not seen in its ~essence. 285 Suppl, 89| seen in heaven through a medium which is the ~light of glory, 286 Suppl, 89| 15: There is a threefold medium both in bodily and in ~intellectual 287 Suppl, 89| vision. The first is the medium "under which" the object 288 Suppl, 89| far as this light is a ~medium. The second is the light " 289 Suppl, 89| stone. The third is ~the medium "in which" it is seen; and 290 Suppl, 89| vision there will be no third medium, so ~that, to wit, God be 291 Suppl, 89| will there ~be the second medium, because the essence itself 292 Suppl, 89| will only be the first ~medium, which will upraise our 293 Suppl, 89| aforesaid manner. Yet ~this medium will not cause that knowledge 294 Suppl, 89| Divine ~essence, which is the medium by which one sees, and whereby 295 Suppl, 92| to act save through the medium of ~the understanding, since


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