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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | itself fire, is on fire by participation; so that which has existence 2 1, 3 | existence, is a being by participation. But God is His own ~essence, 3 1, 4 | are those which are called participation ~gods. Therefore still less 4 1, 4 | other things are beings by participation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[4] A[3] 5 1, 6 | is desirable in it is the participation of its likeness. Therefore, ~ 6 1, 6 | creature; others know some ~participation of His goodness, and this 7 1, 6 | things but God are good by participation." Therefore they are not 8 1, 6 | absolute oneness; and by participation of ~these, everything was 9 1, 6 | are called good by way of participation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[4] 10 1, 12 | similitude which is caused by ~participation of the light of glory.~Aquin.: 11 1, 12 | and he will have a fuller participation of the light ~of glory who 12 1, 12 | it arise from the diverse participation of the ~object seen by different 13 1, 12 | judged in Him, because by the participation of His light, we know and ~ 14 1, 12 | natural reason itself is a ~participation of the divine light; as 15 1, 13 | signifying God, by ~nature, by participation, and by opinion?~(11) Whether 16 1, 13 | without any such mode of participation being part of their signification ~ 17 1, 13 | under the species by way of participation. ~Therefore the universal 18 1, 13 | communicable according to the ~participation of some similitude.~Aquin.: 19 1, 13 | univocally by nature, by ~participation, and according to opinion?~ 20 1, 13 | univocally by ~nature, by participation, and according to opinion. 21 1, 13 | denote God in opinion, or participation. For when we name anyone 22 1, 13 | when we name anyone god by ~participation, we understand by the name 23 1, 14 | consists in some degree of participation in the divine ~perfection. 24 1, 18 | in matter, is man only by participation. But since matter enters 25 1, 23 | especial manner through a participation ~of grace and glory. Therefore 26 1, 24 | life, according to their participation in ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 25 | He leads them on to the ~participation of an infinite good; which 28 1, 41 | wisdom created is a kind of ~participation of the uncreated Wisdom. 29 1, 44 | is found in anything by participation, must be ~caused in it by 30 1, 44 | being, but are beings by participation. ~Therefore it must be that 31 1, 44 | diversified by the diverse ~participation of being, so as to be more 32 1, 44 | that a thing has being by ~participation, it follows that it is caused. 33 1, 44 | Further, whatever is by participation is reduced to something ~ 34 1, 44 | sensible things exists only by ~participation of some species. This appears 35 1, 44 | particular man is a ~man by participation of the species, he cannot 36 1, 49 | not essentially, but by ~participation. Therefore we must seek 37 1, 49 | being is called evil by participation, but by privation ~of participation. 38 1, 49 | participation, but by privation ~of participation. Hence it is not necessary 39 1, 54 | about through the diverse participation of the act of understanding.~ 40 1, 61 | have their existence by ~participation. Now whatever exists by 41 1, 61 | Now whatever exists by participation is caused by what ~exists 42 1, 65 | Further, all that is such by participation is reduced to that ~which 43 1, 65 | creatures have forms by participation. ~Therefore the forms of 44 1, 65 | subsisting, by a kind of participation. Thus he held that there 45 1, 65 | assimilation, or as he calls it, ~"participation" (Phaedo xlix). And, according 46 1, 75 | First Act, which is God; by participation of ~Whom, all things are 47 1, 75 | must ~have existence by participation; for "even life," or anything 48 1, 77 | are a certain imperfect participation of the intelligence; ~wherefore, 49 1, 41 | wisdom created is a kind of ~participation of the uncreated Wisdom. 50 1, 45 | is found in anything by participation, must be ~caused in it by 51 1, 45 | being, but are beings by participation. ~Therefore it must be that 52 1, 45 | diversified by the diverse ~participation of being, so as to be more 53 1, 45 | that a thing has being by ~participation, it follows that it is caused. 54 1, 45 | Further, whatever is by participation is reduced to something ~ 55 1, 45 | sensible things exists only by ~participation of some species. This appears 56 1, 45 | particular man is a ~man by participation of the species, he cannot 57 1, 50 | not essentially, but by ~participation. Therefore we must seek 58 1, 50 | being is called evil by participation, but by privation ~of participation. 59 1, 50 | participation, but by privation ~of participation. Hence it is not necessary 60 1, 55 | about through the diverse participation of the act of understanding.~ 61 1, 62 | have their existence by ~participation. Now whatever exists by 62 1, 62 | Now whatever exists by participation is caused by what ~exists 63 1, 66 | Further, all that is such by participation is reduced to that ~which 64 1, 66 | creatures have forms by participation. ~Therefore the forms of 65 1, 66 | subsisting, by a kind of participation. Thus he held that there 66 1, 66 | assimilation, or as he calls it, ~"participation" (Phaedo xlix). And, according 67 1, 74 | First Act, which is God; by participation of ~Whom, all things are 68 1, 74 | must ~have existence by participation; for "even life," or anything 69 1, 76 | are a certain imperfect participation of the intelligence; ~wherefore, 70 1, 78 | also called "rational by participation," because it "obeys the 71 1, 78 | species or ideas"; ~from a participation of which, he said that even 72 1, 78 | intellect was formed by such ~participation in order to have knowledge 73 1, 78 | be in ~the soul by way of participation from some higher intellect: 74 1, 78 | understanding. For ~what is such by participation, and what is mobile, and 75 1, 78 | intellectual by ~reason of a participation in intellectual power; a 76 1, 83 | species" or "ideas," by ~participation of which each one of these 77 1, 83 | For whatever is such by participation is ~caused by what is such 78 1, 83 | understand a ~stone. Now participation of an idea takes place by 79 1, 83 | these he called ideas, by participation of which ~he said that our 80 1, 83 | eternal types, since by ~participation of these types we know all 81 1, 83 | is not ~due merely to a participation of the eternal types, as 82 1, 83 | maintaining that the mere participation of ideas sufficed for ~knowledge. 83 1, 84 | intellect understood by participation of certain separate ~indivisible ( 84 1, 86 | intellect understands only by participation ~of the intelligible; for 85 1, 86 | understand itself by such participation of incorporeal beings. But 86 1, 89 | existence, but is a being by participation, as above ~explained (Q[ 87 1, 92 | Everything imperfect is a participation of what is perfect. ~Therefore 88 1, 93 | angels are capable in the ~participation of the Divine Essence." 89 1, 95 | instinct have a certain ~participation of prudence and reason: 90 1, 102 | particular ~good is good by participation. Now it is manifest that 91 1, 102 | good which is not such by participation. ~Wherefore that good which 92 1, 102 | for each thing tends to a participation ~thereof, and to an assimilation 93 1, 102 | essential good, to the ~participation and similarity of which 94 1, 103 | reason of the imperfect participation of the principle of heat. ~ 95 1, 103 | every creature has being by participation, so that its essence is 96 1, 105 | enjoy the plenitude of ~participation of the Divine goodness, 97 1, 107 | as they agree also in the participation of natural gifts." ~Therefore 98 1, 107 | of excess, and by ~way of participation. A thing is said to be in 99 1, 107 | are attributed to God: by participation, ~when an attribute is possessed 100 1, 107 | holy men are called gods by participation. Therefore, if anything 101 1, 107 | property, and to man by participation; nor do we call him a ~" 102 1, 107 | belongs to the inferior by ~participation; and conversely the inferior 103 1, 107 | princes the name of Lord by participation, ~through whom the inferior 104 1, 107 | signifies "the desire and participation of the true dominion ~which 105 1, 107 | each order signifies the ~participation of what belongs to God; 106 1, 107 | Virtues" signifies the ~participation of the Divine virtue; and 107 1, 108 | superior demons abound ~in the participation of natural light. Therefore 108 1, 114 | thus in proportion to the participation of light is the ~participation 109 1, 114 | participation of light is the ~participation of visibility. But to act, 110 1, 114 | of separate species, ~by participation of which the inferior bodies 111 1, 116 | beginning, through the ~participation of separate forms, as stated 112 1, 116 | which matter acquires by a ~participation of separate substances. 113 2, 2 | creature has goodness by participation. Wherefore ~God alone can 114 2, 3 | happy not by ~acquisition or participation of something else, but by 115 2, 3 | says (De Consol. iii), by ~participation; just as they are called " 116 2, 3 | they are called "gods," by participation. And this ~participation 117 2, 3 | participation. And this ~participation of happiness, in respect 118 2, 3 | happiness. Nevertheless it is a participation of ~happiness: and so much 119 2, 3 | sensible forms ~there is a participation of the higher substances, 120 2, 3 | speculative sciences is a certain participation of true and perfect ~happiness.~ 121 2, 3 | but also ~any likeness or participation thereof.~Aquin.: SMT FS 122 2, 3 | perfects the intellect by some participation, but in ~that which is so 123 2, 3 | whatever are beings by participation, are true by participation. 124 2, 3 | participation, are true by participation. Now ~angels have being 125 2, 3 | Now ~angels have being by participation: because in God alone is 126 2, 5 | another, by reason of diverse participation of the same good. And the ~ 127 2, 5 | OBJ 2: Further, imperfect participation in the Sovereign Good does 128 2, 5 | I answer that, A certain participation of Happiness can be had 129 2, 5 | on account of a certain participation of ~Happiness, by reason 130 2, 5 | which raises ~man to the participation of eternity which transcends 131 2, 5 | condition of the good, ~the participation of which makes man happy. 132 2, 5 | imperfectly and by likeness or participation. ~Consequently no creature 133 2, 6 | things in which there is some participation of will, by way of ~likeness 134 2, 9 | every other good is good by participation, and is some particular 135 2, 17 | different from that which is ~by participation. But the power whose act 136 2, 17 | reason, is ~rational by participation, as stated in Ethic. i, 137 2, 27 | to him arising from the participation of a form, hinders him ~ 138 2, 34 | greatest good simply, by ~participation of which all things are 139 2, 50 | the part of the ~diverse participation thereof by the subject; 140 2, 50 | their essence, but only by participation (Ethic. i, 13). Now the ~ 141 2, 51 | understood: for it is by participation of the ~Divine wisdom and 142 2, 52 | secondly, in respect of the participation of ~the form by its subject. 143 2, 52 | a form in respect of the participation ~thereof by the subject, 144 2, 52 | consider it in respect of its ~participation by a subject.~Aquin.: SMT 145 2, 52 | less, in respect of the participation of ~the subject: that, for 146 2, 52 | or form in respect of its participation by ~the subject, thus again 147 2, 52 | less, in respect of ~their participation by the subject.~Aquin.: 148 2, 52 | that is, in respect of its participation of the ~specific form: " 149 2, 52 | Secondly, in respect of participation by the subject: in so ~far 150 2, 52 | itself, through the diverse ~participation thereof by the subject. 151 2, 52 | increases ~the intensity as to participation in its subject: i.e. in 152 2, 52 | increases, as to the ~subject's participation thereof, in intensity, in 153 2, 52 | potentiality to a perfect mode of participation; and this it receives ~through 154 2, 52 | or a different mode ~of participation. For it is not only black 155 2, 53 | become less intense as to its participation by its subject, it would ~ 156 2, 56 | as they are rational by participation, and are ~obedient to the 157 2, 56 | powers which are rational by participation. ~Therefore no virtue is 158 2, 56 | powers are ~rational by participation but "the appetitive power 159 2, 58 | but to other ~virtues, by participation, for as much as they are 160 2, 58 | something belonging by way of participation to all the moral virtues, 161 2, 59 | faculty which is ~rational by participation, as the Philosopher states ( 162 2, 59 | passions, is rational by participation, but also the will, where 163 2, 60 | not essentially, but by participation ~(Ethic. i, 13). Consequently 164 2, 61 | with that which is so by participation. But the intellectual virtues ~ 165 2, 61 | that which is rational by participation, as stated above (Q[58]~, 166 2, 61 | that which is rational by participation, and is ~threefold, the 167 2, 61 | soul which is rational by participation is ~threefold, as stated 168 2, 62 | God alone, by a ~kind of participation of the Godhead, about which 169 2, 62 | nature of man. Secondly, by participation, as kindled wood partakes 170 2, 66 | referring to the degree of ~participation by the subject, according 171 2, 66 | soul which is ~rational by participation; while intellectual virtue 172 2, 66 | excellent than rational by participation. Therefore ~intellectual 173 2, 66 | wisdom ~is a beginning or participation of future happiness, so 174 2, 67 | reason of its being a kind of participation of eternity, wherein there 175 2, 90 | not essentially but by participation as it were. And thus ~the 176 2, 90 | that rules, but also by participation as in one that is ruled. ~ 177 2, 91 | proper ~act and end: and this participation of the eternal law in the 178 2, 91 | the rational creature's participation of the eternal law.~Aquin.: 179 2, 91 | whereas it is nothing but a participation ~thereof, as stated above.~ 180 2, 91 | rational ~manner, therefore the participation of the eternal law in the 181 2, 91 | wherefore there is no ~participation of the eternal law in them, 182 2, 91 | For the natural law ~is a participation of the eternal law, as stated 183 2, 91 | reason cannot have a full participation of the ~dictate of the Divine 184 2, 91 | speculative reason, by a ~natural participation of Divine Wisdom, there 185 2, 91 | reason, man has a natural participation of the eternal ~law, according 186 2, 91 | the natural law is a participation in us of the ~eternal law. 187 2, 91 | measures; but, by way of ~participation, in that which is ruled 188 2, 91 | law, is called a law by participation, as stated above (A[2]; 189 2, 91 | respect, but ~by a kind of participation, as stated above.~Aquin.: 190 2, 93 | kind of reflection and participation of the eternal law, which 191 2, 96 | 3: The natural law is a participation in us of the eternal ~law: 192 2, 97 | 1: The natural law is a participation of the eternal law, as ~ 193 2, 110 | condition of its nature to a participation of the Divine good; and ~ 194 2, 110 | goodness ~imperfectly, the participation of the Divine goodness, 195 2, 110 | it is the expression or participation ~of the Divine goodness, 196 2, 110 | i.e. in relation to a ~participation of the Divine Nature, according 197 2, 110 | light of grace which is a participation of the Divine Nature is ~ 198 2, 112 | ordains to a greater or less participation of ~the same good. For there 199 2, 112 | as regards the subjects' participation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] A[ 200 2, 2 | acquires through a supernatural participation of Divine goodness. Hence ~ 201 2, 5 | secondly, on the part of its participation by ~the subject.~Aquin.: 202 2, 5 | the point of view of its ~participation by the subject, this happens 203 2, 17 | ways, essentially ~and by participation. It is found essentially 204 2, 17 | the cognitive power; by ~participation in whatever is moved infallibly 205 2, 18 | directed thereto according to a participation of ~the Divine Nature, conferred 206 2, 22 | we are formally good is a participation of Divine goodness, and ~ 207 2, 22 | we love our neighbor is a participation ~of Divine charity. For 208 2, 22 | accident that ~results from a participation of some higher nature is 209 2, 22 | soul, in as much as it is a participation of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 210 2, 23 | Father and the Son, and the participation of Whom ~in us is created 211 2, 23 | increase, since it is a ~participation of the infinite charity 212 2, 25 | essentially, and our neighbor by participation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 213 2, 25 | Now fellowship in the full participation of happiness ~which is the 214 2, 25 | reason for ~loving, than the participation of happiness by way of overflow, 215 2, 25 | nature: but as regards the ~participation of happiness, our neighbor' 216 2, 27 | participated by us. This participation can be hindered by anything ~ 217 2, 27 | that which hinders the participation of the Divine good, either 218 2, 27 | every evil implies lack of participation in the sovereign good: hence ~ 219 2, 27 | an obstacle to a perfect participation in the Divine ~good: hence 220 2, 27 | with the hindrance to a participation of the Divine ~good.~Aquin.: 221 2, 27 | on account of a fuller ~participation of the Divine happiness.~ 222 2, 32 | God, but in other sins, by participation and indirectly. For just 223 2, 51 | of reason: secondly, by participation; and in this way imprudence 224 2, 51 | considers generality by participation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 225 2, 56 | faculty which is "rational by ~participation," viz. the irascible and 226 2, 56 | parts are ~"rational by participation," but the entire "appetitive" 227 2, 60 | flattery, by receiving, by ~participation, by silence, by not preventing, 228 2, 60 | Fourthly, in the case of participation; when a man takes part ~ 229 2, 83 | equally with God, but by participation; hence neither is equal 230 2, 127 | certain likeness to, and ~participation of, future happiness, as 231 2, 132 | contrary, Human virtue is a participation of Divine power. But ~magnificence [ 232 2, 159 | which it issues, but by participation it is in ~the appetite ordered 233 2, 178 | in the moral virtues by participation, in ~so far as they participate 234 3, 1 | with regard to the full participation of ~the Divinity, which 235 3, 2 | since what is united is by participation, but one is by ~essence. 236 3, 2 | received into another by ~participation. Also, it is complete in 237 3, 3 | terminated in a certain participation of the Divine Nature, by 238 3, 3 | Adoptive sonship is a certain participation of natural ~sonship; but 239 3, 3 | though movably, by the ~participation of this likeness, so by 240 3, 7 | Now Christ is God not by participation, but in truth. ~Therefore 241 3, 7 | behooves it to be Divine by participation, ~which is by grace.~Aquin.: 242 3, 7 | not pertain to have ~it by participation. Now Christ has grace in 243 3, 9 | knowledge of the blessed is a ~participation of Divine light, according 244 3, 16 | God not naturally, but by participation, i.e. by grace; even as 245 3, 16 | inasmuch as he is assumed to a ~participation of Divine honor, as the 246 3, 16 | Nature received nothing by participation from the human nature; and 247 3, 18 | said to be "rational ~by participation," as is clear from the Philosopher ( 248 3, 18 | sensuality is "a will by participation."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[18] A[ 249 3, 18 | intellectual part; but the will by participation can ~be in the sensitive 250 3, 18 | essentially ~so called and not by participation; but if we are speaking 251 3, 18 | which is ~called will by participation, and the rational will, 252 3, 20 | while a created nature has a participation of the ~Divine goodness, 253 3, 20 | His members by the full ~participation of the Godhead. And then 254 3, 22 | But if we consider the participation of this sacrifice ~and the 255 3, 23 | admits His creatures to a participation of good ~things; especially 256 3, 23 | according to the first-mentioned participation of likeness.~Aquin.: SMT 257 3, 46 | written (2 Cor. 6:14): "What participation hath ~justice with injustice?" 258 3, 47 | Cor. 6:14: there is no "participation of justice with ~injustice." 259 3, 56 | God's Substance, as to participation, because souls become good 260 3, 56 | the soul is beatified by a participation with God, ~and not by a 261 3, 56 | with God, ~and not by a participation with a holy soul. But our 262 3, 57 | body is made glorious by participation with the soul, even so, 263 3, 59 | soul is made blessed by participation of God, and ~not by participation 264 3, 59 | participation of God, and ~not by participation of a holy soul." Therefore 265 3, 59 | beatitude upon souls by a ~participation with Himself; but it is 266 3, 63 | perfect is compared to some participation of itself. Now Christ's ~ 267 3, 63 | character is ~nothing but a participation in Christ's Priesthood, 268 3, 65 | order, because it has less ~participation in the nature of the spiritual 269 3, 65 | than that ~which is such by participation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 270 3, 65 | 63], A[3]), ~is a kind of participation in Christ's priesthood. 271 3, 68 | according to 2 Cor. 6:14: ~"What participation hath justice with injustice?" 272 3, 79 | May as many of us as, by participation at this Altar, shall ~receive 273 3, 83 | Lord's ~Passion, and the participation of its fruits; and the time 274 Suppl, 9 | belonging to other virtues by participation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[4] 275 Suppl, 19| 1~I answer that, Just as participation of a form to be induced 276 Suppl, 21| of the faithful and the participation of the ~sacraments: and 277 Suppl, 21| are united together in the participation of the sacraments. Consequently ~ 278 Suppl, 21| deprived merely of the participation of the sacraments, and this 279 Suppl, 21| faithful, but not of the participation of the sacraments, for the 280 Suppl, 24| absolve from the sin of participation in the sin of another. But 281 Suppl, 34| their orders regard their ~participation of divine things, and their 282 Suppl, 34| Church militant regard the participation in the sacraments and the ~ 283 Suppl, 37| but in the others by some participation thereof. Thus it is here: ~ 284 Suppl, 37| other sacraments there is a participation of ~Order. And this is signified 285 Suppl, 37| having a power which is ~a participation of the kingly power. It 286 Suppl, 72| from its principle, the participation of which makes it ~happy. 287 Suppl, 77| nearest to the perfect ~participation of the virtue of the species, 288 Suppl, 81| order to gain a perfect participation in the Divine ~goodness ( 289 Suppl, 87| that are pleasurable, by participation of goodness which is the ~ 290 Suppl, 87| the intellect is good by participation and not essentially, ~such 291 Suppl, 88| thereby can acquire a perfect ~participation of the Divine goodness is 292 Suppl, 93| perfection, but by a kind of participation, in so far as they ~rejoice 293 Suppl, 93| denotes something possessed by participation and not in its ~fulness. 294 Suppl, 93| diminutive term, it denotes the ~participation of a perfection derived


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