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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | of the name of wisdom; ~seeing that the wise man directs, 2 1, 1 | other kind of multiplicity, seeing that these senses ~are not 3 1, 2 | greater can be thought, seeing ~that some have believed 4 1, 2 | consequently, no other mover; seeing that ~subsequent movers 5 1, 3 | signifies His power of seeing intellectually, not sensibly; 6 1, 8 | determines the ~act of seeing on the part of the object; 7 1, 11 | opinions. Pythagoras and Plato, seeing that the "one" ~convertible 8 1, 12 | Whether the created intellect seeing the essence of God, knows 9 1, 12 | intellect is made capable of seeing God. But on the part of 10 1, 12 | present to the intellect ~seeing Him not by way of similitude, 11 1, 12 | another. The faculty ~of seeing God, however, does not belong 12 1, 12 | vision on the part of the one seeing; as if the meaning was that ~ 13 1, 12 | meaning was that ~the mode of seeing God will be as perfect as 14 1, 12 | OBJ 3: The diversity of seeing will not arise on the part 15 1, 12 | because they ~see Him, and in seeing Him, possess Him as present, 16 1, 12 | things. Therefore if in seeing God it does not know all 17 1, 12 | rest satisfied; thus, in seeing God it will not ~be fully 18 1, 12 | The created intellect, in seeing the divine essence, does ~ 19 1, 12 | no created intellect in seeing ~God can know all that God 20 1, 12 | keep in memory. But Paul, seeing ~the essence of God whilst 21 1, 14 | darkness, not otherwise seeing darkness except through 22 1, 19 | divine intellect is one, as seeing the many only in ~the one, 23 1, 21 | that God is truly just, in seeing how He gives to all ~existing 24 1, 23 | eternal, that consists in seeing ~God which is above the 25 1, 29 | still more ~reason to argue. Seeing this, others maintained 26 1, 30 | discrete ~quantity, and seeing that such kind of quantity 27 1, 58 | matters; for ~example, on seeing a dead man, they may suppose 28 1, 59 | white, then the faculty of seeing white would be ~distinguished 29 1, 59 | distinguished from the faculty of seeing black.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 30 1, 62 | bliss of the angels comes of seeing the Word. Consequently ~ 31 1, 62 | their beatitude consists in seeing God through His essence. 32 1, 62 | way as anyone else not ~seeing God is to the common form 33 1, 65 | as the eye for the act of seeing; secondly, that less ~honorable 34 1, 67 | other senses. Thus we say, "Seeing how it tastes," or "smells," 35 1, 68 | the opinion of Aristotle, ~seeing that the mention of days 36 1, 72 | this world, through ~not seeing the reasons for their existence. 37 1, 76 | on a wall, the action of seeing is ~not attributed to the 38 1, 76 | corporeal organ, as the power of seeing is the act of the ~eye; 39 1, 76 | organ, like the act of seeing. But it exists in matter 40 1, 59 | matters; for ~example, on seeing a dead man, they may suppose 41 1, 60 | white, then the faculty of seeing white would be ~distinguished 42 1, 60 | distinguished from the faculty of seeing black.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 43 1, 63 | bliss of the angels comes of seeing the Word. Consequently ~ 44 1, 63 | their beatitude consists in seeing God through His essence. 45 1, 63 | way as anyone else not ~seeing God is to the common form 46 1, 66 | as the eye for the act of seeing; secondly, that less ~honorable 47 1, 68 | other senses. Thus we say, "Seeing how it tastes," or "smells," 48 1, 69 | the opinion of Aristotle, ~seeing that the mention of days 49 1, 71 | this world, through ~not seeing the reasons for their existence. 50 1, 75 | on a wall, the action of seeing is ~not attributed to the 51 1, 75 | corporeal organ, as the power of seeing is the act of the ~eye; 52 1, 75 | organ, like the act of seeing. But it exists in matter 53 1, 77 | namely, for ~the purpose of seeing; but the animal by the appetitive 54 1, 77 | merely for the purpose of seeing it, but also for other ~ 55 1, 78 | as light is ~required for seeing. But in the opinion of others, 56 1, 78 | so is light required for seeing; but not for the same ~reason.~ 57 1, 79 | power, ~such as sight for seeing, or sound for hearing; but 58 1, 80 | for instance, sight from seeing. ~Now the sensual movement 59 1, 82 | animals. For the sheep, seeing the wolf, judges it a thing 60 1, 84 | color is to the sight. But seeing is not ~caused by abstraction 61 1, 99 | to that happy ~state of seeing God in His Essence, he would 62 1, 106 | does not prevent one angel seeing another, so neither ~does 63 2, 1 | visible cannot be the act of seeing, because every act of seeing 64 2, 1 | seeing, because every act of seeing is ~directed to a visible 65 2, 2 | avail a fool to have riches, seeing he cannot buy wisdom."~Aquin.: 66 2, 4 | of happiness consists ~in seeing God, as stated above (Q[ 67 2, 4 | sufficiently perfected by seeing God, and the will by enjoying 68 2, 4 | bodies, "walk by sight," seeing the Essence ~of God, wherein 69 2, 4 | orders of the angels, ~thus seeing God more clearly than the 70 2, 4 | Happiness, which consists in seeing God. The reason of this 71 2, 4 | Happiness ~which consists in seeing God, will be either in the 72 2, 4 | that ~he may delight in seeing them do good; and again 73 2, 5 | True Happiness consists in seeing God, Who is pure ~Truth. 74 2, 5 | fact that man is capable of seeing God, as stated in FP, ~Q[ 75 2, 5 | is ~impossible for anyone seeing the Divine Essence, to wish 76 2, 6 | appetite. Thus a lion, ~on seeing a stag in movement and coming 77 2, 8 | light is the reason of seeing colors. But light and colors 78 2, 12 | window, has for its end the seeing of ~the window; and is another 79 2, 12 | Augustine is speaking of seeing the window and of seeing, ~ 80 2, 12 | seeing the window and of seeing, ~through the window, the 81 2, 31 | inasmuch as the beholder on seeing the lovable object receives ~ 82 2, 40 | sight; nevertheless through seeing something present, an ~animal' 83 2, 42 | scaffold, are not afraid," seeing that they are on the ~very 84 2, 67 | faith? Believing without seeing." But it is an imperfect 85 2, 68 | gifts, or vice versa. For, seeing that of ~the seven gifts, 86 2, 68 | Para. 4/6~Others again, seeing that these gifts are set 87 2, 87 | amendment of ~others, who seeing some men fall from sin to 88 2, 87 | deserve heavier punishment if, seeing the punishment of their 89 2, 88 | punished by the privation of seeing God, to which no ~other 90 2, 93 | found: ~thus someone not seeing the sun in its substance, 91 2, 97 | the observance of laws, seeing that ~what is done contrary 92 2, 102 | of lust are aroused by seeing such things. Wherefore in 93 2, 105 | him, in order that others seeing this may be deterred and ~ 94 2, 113 | its subject. Therefore, seeing that the infusion of grace 95 2, 114 | Because on Mt. 9:2: "Jesus seeing their faith," etc. a gloss 96 2, 1 | encounters one difficulty in seeing that God suffered, ~and 97 2, 1 | suffered, ~and another in seeing that He rose again from 98 2, 4 | to be made ~happy through seeing the unveiled truth to which 99 2, 5 | absent God by faith, but by seeing Him clearly present ~to 100 2, 6 | man attains by hearing and seeing, seems ~to be acquired by 101 2, 6 | attains to belief, both by seeing ~miracles, and by hearing 102 2, 6 | external inducement, such ~as seeing a miracle, or being persuaded 103 2, 8 | preamble and a disposition to seeing ~God, and consists in the 104 2, 18 | way by philosophers. For, seeing that our life is ordained 105 2, 24 | so as to hinder it from seeing God. ~Hence he says expressly: " 106 2, 25 | since ~loving begins with seeing, according to Ethic. ix, 107 2, 25 | It is in this way that ~seeing is the cause of loving, 108 2, 25 | visible, but because by seeing a thing we are led to ~love 109 2, 28 | Mt. 9:36) ~that Jesus "seeing the multitudes, had compassion 110 2, 34 | occasion of the wicked, seeing the ~prosperity of sinners']." 111 2, 34 | occasion of the wicked, seeing the prosperity of ~sinners'], 112 2, 41 | scandals must needs occur, seeing the condition of man who 113 2, 41 | sin. Thus a physician on seeing a man partaking of ~unsuitable 114 2, 47 | also speculative, because "seeing," whence we have the word " 115 2, 62 | own life, is not unlawful, seeing that it is natural to ~everything 116 2, 62 | from homicide, especially seeing ~that death is the natural 117 2, 67 | the justice of his cause, seeing that he is ~unjustly oppressed 118 2, 77 | consists in being deprived of ~seeing God and is inflicted for 119 2, 81 | imply a certain ordering, seeing that man proposes something 120 2, 81 | perfect may not wax proud, ~seeing that they find that they 121 2, 81 | for others can ~be heard, seeing that not even the martyrs' 122 2, 81 | and God will pardon you, seeing that you are unable to ~ 123 2, 86 | dispensation; especially seeing that ~the Apostle (1 Cor. 124 2, 92 | spirit was stirred within him seeing the ~whole city given to 125 2, 93 | interpretation of a ~dream, seeing therein an omen, ordered 126 2, 106 | inculcate horror of sin, seeing that the punishment of one ~ 127 2, 108 | deceived by a jocose lie; seeing that lies of this kind are 128 2, 108 | certain virtuous disposition, seeing that it ~was owing to some 129 2, 109 | God and exclusion from ~seeing God, save on account of 130 2, 109 | hypocrite is excluded from ~seeing God, according to Job 13: 131 2, 116 | being directed to its end; seeing that it ~is one thing for 132 2, 130 | it also is about glory: seeing that as a man ~uses honor 133 2, 130 | the good of his neighbor, seeing that he does the latter 134 2, 135 | Faith is to believe without ~seeing." Yet it is possible to 135 2, 136 | this ~pleasure is sinful, seeing that he desires it too much, 136 2, 140 | injuries, takes no pleasure in seeing a beautiful woman," all 137 2, 146 | apparently the least of sins, seeing that it is most akin ~to 138 2, 148 | should have for drunkards," seeing that they are not in ~possession 139 2, 152 | sleep from being a sin, seeing ~that it is a sin according 140 2, 152 | seem to be more inordinate, seeing that it refrains not from 141 2, 163 | lost no ~heavenly bliss, seeing that they never had it, 142 2, 171 | very essence of God without seeing It, both ~because the Divine 143 2, 171 | mind without the prophet seeing God in His ~essence.~Aquin.: 144 2, 173 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, after seeing God in His essence, Paul 145 2, 173 | it seems that Paul, while seeing the essence of God, was ~ 146 2, 173 | Reply OBJ 3: Paul, after seeing God in His essence, remembered 147 2, 173 | which is the ~more probable seeing that this is the common 148 2, 173 | abstracted from the senses, seeing that he knew himself to 149 2, 173 | namely as to the mode of seeing, because he saw not ~so 150 2, 174 | them; and all the more seeing that those who were being 151 2, 178 | principle' [*Or rather, 'One ~seeing the principle,' if derived 152 2, 178 | beholding" [speculatio] denotes "seeing in a mirror ~[speculo], 153 2, 178 | away: but being desirous of seeing ~the incomprehensible light, 154 2, 178 | man is not hindered from seeing the ~Divine essence, which 155 2, 178 | ad lit. xii, 27), "no one seeing ~God lives this mortal life 156 2, 178 | Caium. Monach.), "if anyone ~seeing God, understood what he 157 2, 178 | since ~one delights in seeing the object loved, and the 158 2, 179 | angels, but by reason of our ~seeing God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[181] 159 2, 180 | principle," [*Or rather, 'One seeing the principle,' if derived 160 2, 183 | this ~burden, especially seeing that it is through the zeal 161 2, 183 | to trust in His power, ~seeing that He provided for their 162 2, 186 | regards the affections, ~seeing that man's noisome affections 163 2, 187 | converse does not hold. Seeing then that the ~right order 164 2, 187 | the law and the prophets, seeing that it is written in the 165 3, 2 | And the holy ~Fathers, seeing this, condemned both in 166 3, 2 | hypostasis or suppositum, ~seeing that it is in union with 167 3, 2 | the Word of ~God Himself, seeing He is the fount and principle 168 3, 2 | of the heavenly country, ~seeing that He had not as yet come 169 3, 2 | was truly the Son of God, seeing that He had no other hypostasis 170 3, 2 | property" ~of His birth, seeing that He was conceived by 171 3, 3 | Person incarnate was one man, seeing that He would not have one 172 3, 4 | innocence ~the more wonderful, seeing that though assumed from 173 3, 7 | than the moral virtues, seeing ~that it has to do with 174 3, 7 | Him ~in a fixed measure; seeing that "according to the purpose" 175 3, 7 | grace could not increase, ~seeing that they have reached their 176 3, 9 | the human soul of Christ, ~seeing that it belongs to another 177 3, 9 | opposed to ~manifest vision, seeing that it is of the essence 178 3, 10 | the FP, Q[12], AA[1],4,7, seeing that the infinite is not ~ 179 3, 10 | not exceed the power of ~seeing. But the rational power 180 3, 11 | perfection of the power of seeing to know what is without 181 3, 11 | sight. But Christ's power of seeing could not become actual ~ 182 3, 11 | the end of the power of ~seeing is to know colors; but the 183 3, 12 | previous reply; just ~as in seeing heavenly bodies He could 184 3, 27 | to say, on the ~one side seeing Him suffer such humiliation, 185 3, 30 | by some man: especially seeing that ~Joseph, her husband, 186 3, 30 | herself: "And the Virgin seeing the ~light was filled with 187 3, 30 | she was not troubled at seeing this angel, but with wonder 188 3, 30 | that she was troubled at ~seeing the angel, but "at his saying."~ 189 3, 34 | a comprehensor in ~act, seeing God in His Essence more 190 3, 36 | Therefore, since they knew by seeing the star that He that was 191 3, 40 | commenting on Mt. 5:1, Jesus, "seeing the multitude, went up into 192 3, 41 | by hearing," but not by ~seeing: nay, it is even said (Jn. 193 3, 44 | 8) that "the multitudes seeing" that the man ~sick of the 194 3, 44 | Acts 4:13) that the Jews, "seeing the ~constancy of Peter 195 3, 46 | fittingly: as two eyes for seeing; and the same can be ~observed 196 3, 47 | stood over against Him, seeing that crying out in this 197 3, 47 | 38) that the husbandmen seeing the son said within ~themselves: " 198 3, 53 | our hope, since through seeing Christ, who ~is our head, 199 3, 61 | subject to corporeal things, ~seeing that he receives assistance 200 3, 69 | between habit and act. And so, seeing children to be ~incapable 201 3, 76 | hindered by anything from seeing bodies as they are. Therefore, 202 3, 76 | as we are hindered from seeing what is covered with ~any 203 3, 79 | meat indeed" (Jn. 6:56): ~"Seeing that in meat and drink, 204 Suppl, 2 | he was to be deprived of seeing God. But every man ~should 205 Suppl, 11| something through hearing and seeing ~it, does not, properly 206 Suppl, 25| punishment; and ~all the more, seeing that they are often more 207 Suppl, 37| advancing (to perfection), seeing that the ~various duties 208 Suppl, 45| material joining. Therefore seeing that the joinings of ~material 209 Suppl, 54| degrees in ~one line. And seeing that the degrees of a thing 210 Suppl, 58| that she has been mistaken, seeing that the subject of the ~ 211 Suppl, 64| but not in the second. Seeing, however, that if one were 212 Suppl, 66| itself ~in bigamous persons, seeing that they were unwilling 213 Suppl, 69| complete through their seeing God, this rest is called 214 Suppl, 69| for our instruction, that seeing their ~punishment we may 215 Suppl, 70| sensitizes the body for seeing, hearing, and so on; and ~ 216 Suppl, 70| respect of such operations as seeing, feeling, and the like, 217 Suppl, 70| soul is punished merely by seeing ~the fire, as Gregory would 218 Suppl, 70| from the fire by merely seeing it." But this does not ~ 219 Suppl, 70| the soul burns through ~seeing itself aflame." But this, 220 Suppl, 70| from the fire not only by seeing it, but also by feeling 221 Suppl, 70| unreasonable if that fire, seeing that it acts ~in virtue 222 Suppl, 70| spirit, and ~thus the soul seeing the fire as something hurtful 223 Suppl, 70| is thus ~that the soul in seeing the fire is distressed.~ 224 Suppl, 70| somewhat from the prison, seeing themselves ~condemned thereto. 225 Suppl, 71| one unanointed and as not ~seeing clearly."~Aquin.: SMT XP 226 Suppl, 71| the midst of fighting, seeing they were in danger, they 227 Suppl, 72| Yet the angels through seeing the Word ~do not therefore 228 Suppl, 72| from the fact that God, by seeing His ~essence, sees all things. 229 Suppl, 72| before the ~coming of Christ, seeing that the world is not at 230 Suppl, 77| must rise again perfect, seeing that he is thereby ~repaired 231 Suppl, 78| there will be no shame in seeing one another, since ~there 232 Suppl, 79| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further. seeing results from the pupil receiving 233 Suppl, 79| there will be no actual seeing there, and yet this is ~ 234 Suppl, 81| happiness which ~consists in seeing God, for He will be everywhere 235 Suppl, 82| flame of fire ~prevents one seeing what is behind it. But the 236 Suppl, 82| tortured in the judgment by seeing the glory ~of the just, 237 Suppl, 83| taken away from the damned, seeing that they will not have 238 Suppl, 84| yet this is impossible, seeing that according to Apoc. ~ 239 Suppl, 84| contrary increased, through his seeing the sins of others, for 240 Suppl, 84| the sins of others, for in seeing ~that others are blameworthy 241 Suppl, 86| to a gloss, "the demons ~seeing our Lord on earth thought 242 Suppl, 87| they will not rejoice in seeing Christ. Therefore it ~will 243 Suppl, 87| essence of bliss consists in seeing God. Now joy is essential 244 Suppl, 87| Christ is God, not ~through seeing His Godhead, but on account 245 Suppl, 89| the body?~(3) Whether in seeing God they will see all that 246 Suppl, 89| knowledge: and if ~anyone in seeing God understood what he saw, 247 Suppl, 89| allow this to be our way of seeing God in His essence, ~because 248 Suppl, 89| saying wherefore he adds: "By seeing, the evangelist ~means a 249 Suppl, 89| Therefore if anyone in seeing God conceives ~something 250 Suppl, 89| follows that our intellect in seeing God becomes the ~very essence 251 Suppl, 89| so ~great an efficacy in seeing, as the Divine essence has 252 Suppl, 89| be no ~sight. Accordingly seeing that sense as sense perceives 253 Suppl, 89| will not then see God ~from seeing His creatures, yet it will 254 Suppl, 89| corporeally. This manner of seeing God corporeally is indicated 255 Suppl, 89| certain beatitude ~from seeing God in sensible creatures: 256 Suppl, 89| 1/1~Whether the saints, seeing God, see all that God sees? [* 257 Suppl, 89| would seem that the saints, seeing God in His essence, see 258 Suppl, 89| Therefore the ~saints also in seeing God see all things.~Aquin.: 259 Suppl, 89| Therefore the intellect seeing Him understands all ~things.~ 260 Suppl, 89| would seem that the saints seeing God see all.~Aquin.: SMT 261 Suppl, 89| Therefore an angel while seeing the Divine essence may be ~ 262 Suppl, 89| angel. Therefore the souls seeing God will not necessarily 263 Suppl, 89| 1 ~I answer that, God by seeing his essence knows all things 264 Suppl, 89| corporeal vision. Moreover by seeing this essence ~He knows all 265 Suppl, 89| a created ~intellect, by seeing the Divine essence, to know 266 Suppl, 89| vision suffices for the seeing of all things on the part 267 Suppl, 89| thing, where the reason for ~seeing the one is the reason for 268 Suppl, 89| the one is the reason for seeing the other. But in the uncreated ~ 269 Suppl, 89| by the mere fact of their seeing God: just as their desire 270 Suppl, 90| will increase in extent, seeing that the soul will rejoice ~ 271 Suppl, 91| out by understanding or seeing manifestly, so ~that they 272 Suppl, 92| vision, by ~reason of the seeing itself being delightful, 273 Suppl, 92| fruition to the irascible, seeing that this fruition is acquired 274 Suppl, 93| aureole in its strict sense, seeing that in Him there is ~both 275 Suppl, 94| unhappiness of the damned. Now seeing is in itself pleasant for, 276 Suppl, 94| happens accidentally that seeing is painful, when we see 277 Suppl, 94| must be so disposed for seeing as regards light and darkness, ~ 278 Suppl, 94| as much as suffices for seeing those things which are capable 279 Suppl, 95| concerning the wicked: "Seeing it" they "shall be ~troubled 280 Suppl, 95| be altogether deprived of seeing the blessed: nor will this 281 Appen1, 1| is punished temporally. Seeing then that venial sin is ~ 282 Appen1, 1| they will be deprived of seeing God will be more painful 283 Appen1, 1| souls will be deprived of seeing God. ~Therefore they will 284 Appen1, 1| that they are ~deprived of seeing Him, and that they feel 285 Appen2, 1| the dead may be ~succored, seeing that their punishment being


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