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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | therefore, whatever is visible or audible. ~Hence the " 2 1, 8 | divine power; ~but that visible and corporeal things were 3 1, 12 | sun, which ~is supremely visible, cannot be seen by the bat 4 1, 12 | in the angelic life, as ~visible things are seen by corporeal 5 1, 12 | eye, as a thing in itself visible, but as the ~indirect object 6 1, 12 | Further, what is supremely visible, is made less visible to 7 1, 12 | supremely visible, is made less visible to us by ~reason of our 8 1, 12 | either on the part of the visible object, or on the ~part 9 1, 16 | sight has ~the likeness of a visible thing, yet it does not know 10 1, 43 | is directed?~(7) Of the visible mission~(8) Whether any 11 1, 43 | becoming man, according to His visible mission, or likewise by ~ 12 1, 43 | giving accompanied ~with a visible sign which took place on 13 1, 43 | not fittingly sent in a ~visible manner. For the Son as visibly 14 1, 43 | not fittingly sent in a visible ~manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the visible mission takes place by way 16 1, 43 | place by way of union to a ~visible creature, as the Son's mission 17 1, 43 | Ghost did not assume any visible creature; and hence it cannot 18 1, 43 | visibly at ~all, or His visible mission takes place in all 19 1, 43 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every visible creature is an effect showing 20 1, 43 | sent by reason of those ~visible creatures more than any 21 1, 43 | De Trin. iii, 4,5,9). So ~visible appearances, if there have 22 1, 43 | Holy Ghost being sent in a visible manner is only ~for the 23 1, 43 | things ~are made known by the visible. So those to whom the invisible 24 1, 43 | ought not to receive the visible mission; and to all who ~ 25 1, 43 | the Old ~Testament, the visible mission ought likewise to 26 1, 43 | led to the ~invisible by visible things, as explained above ( 27 1, 43 | by the things ~that are visible. As God, therefore, in a 28 1, 43 | eternal processions to men by visible creatures, ~according to 29 1, 43 | be made manifest by some visible ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 30 1, 43 | OBJ 1: The Son assumed the visible creature, wherein He appeared, ~ 31 1, 43 | Ghost did ~not assume the visible creature, in which He appeared, 32 1, 43 | Father by reason of any visible ~creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 33 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The visible mission of the Holy Ghost 34 1, 43 | then pass away." Thus the visible mission is neither ~displayed 35 1, 43 | explained above. Thus the visible mission of the Son was necessarily 36 1, 43 | sanctification. Nor was such a visible ~creature, formed for such 37 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Those visible creatures were formed by 38 1, 43 | Holy Ghost resided in those visible ~creatures as the one signified 39 1, 43 | be made manifest by some visible external sign; but, as is 40 1, 43 | propagation of the faith by such visible signs. This has ~been done 41 1, 43 | manner, however, that the visible ~mission made to Christ 42 1, 43 | of His ~conception. The visible mission was directed to 43 1, 43 | tongues" (Acts 2:4). The visible mission of the Holy ~Ghost 44 1, 43 | Testament, because ~the visible mission of the Son was to 45 1, 43 | Son manifests ~the Father. Visible apparitions of the divine 46 1, 43 | indeed, cannot be called ~visible missions; because, according 47 1, 43 | is ~designated, with the visible or invisible effect, applicable 48 1, 45 | we say that "the ~first visible thing is color," although, 49 1, 45 | the Creator of all things visible and ~invisible"; to the 50 1, 54 | sight does to all things visible. Now the being of every ~ 51 1, 61 | heaven he does not mean the visible ~firmament, but the empyrean, 52 1, 65 | continue for ever." But visible bodies do not continue for 53 1, 65 | Therefore God did not ~make visible bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 54 1, 65 | Certain heretics maintain that visible things are not ~created 55 1, 65 | invisible and spiritual, or visible and ~corporeal. But the 56 1, 65 | themselves (in so far as every visible creature is ~subject to 57 1, 65 | are intended to ~apply to visible things in so far as they 58 1, 65 | rewards, as consist in these visible things, are temporal; while ~ 59 1, 65 | that from ~invisible things visible things might be made." But 60 1, 66 | by the movement of some visible body, which is not the case. ~ 61 1, 66 | heaven denotes not the visible firmament, but ~the empyrean 62 1, 67 | by making them actually ~visible. Light, then, is not a sensible 63 1, 67 | text. 26: whereas light is visible ~of itself. In the second 64 1, 67 | rendering colors actually visible, ~inasmuch as it is a quality 65 1, 74 | have asserted that all visible things were made by the 66 1, 75 | knowledge of ~Divine things from visible things." Subsequently he 67 1, 77 | hearing, and smelling. For the visible ~naturally comes first; 68 1, 43 | is directed?~(7) Of the visible mission~(8) Whether any 69 1, 43 | becoming man, according to His visible mission, or likewise by ~ 70 1, 43 | giving accompanied ~with a visible sign which took place on 71 1, 43 | not fittingly sent in a ~visible manner. For the Son as visibly 72 1, 43 | not fittingly sent in a visible ~manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP 73 1, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the visible mission takes place by way 74 1, 43 | place by way of union to a ~visible creature, as the Son's mission 75 1, 43 | Ghost did not assume any visible creature; and hence it cannot 76 1, 43 | visibly at ~all, or His visible mission takes place in all 77 1, 43 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every visible creature is an effect showing 78 1, 43 | sent by reason of those ~visible creatures more than any 79 1, 43 | De Trin. iii, 4,5,9). So ~visible appearances, if there have 80 1, 43 | Holy Ghost being sent in a visible manner is only ~for the 81 1, 43 | things ~are made known by the visible. So those to whom the invisible 82 1, 43 | ought not to receive the visible mission; and to all who ~ 83 1, 43 | the Old ~Testament, the visible mission ought likewise to 84 1, 43 | led to the ~invisible by visible things, as explained above ( 85 1, 43 | by the things ~that are visible. As God, therefore, in a 86 1, 43 | eternal processions to men by visible creatures, ~according to 87 1, 43 | be made manifest by some visible ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 88 1, 43 | OBJ 1: The Son assumed the visible creature, wherein He appeared, ~ 89 1, 43 | Ghost did ~not assume the visible creature, in which He appeared, 90 1, 43 | Father by reason of any visible ~creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 91 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The visible mission of the Holy Ghost 92 1, 43 | then pass away." Thus the visible mission is neither ~displayed 93 1, 43 | explained above. Thus the visible mission of the ~Son was 94 1, 43 | sanctification. Nor was such a visible ~creature, formed for such 95 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Those visible creatures were formed by 96 1, 43 | Holy Ghost resided in those visible ~creatures as the one signified 97 1, 43 | be made manifest by some visible external sign; but, as is 98 1, 43 | propagation of the faith by such visible signs. This has ~been done 99 1, 43 | manner, however, that the visible ~mission made to Christ 100 1, 43 | of His ~conception. The visible mission was directed to 101 1, 43 | tongues" (Acts 2:4). The visible mission of the Holy ~Ghost 102 1, 43 | Testament, because ~the visible mission of the Son was to 103 1, 43 | Son manifests ~the Father. Visible apparitions of the divine 104 1, 43 | indeed, cannot be called ~visible missions; because, according 105 1, 43 | is ~designated, with the visible or invisible effect, applicable 106 1, 46 | we say that "the ~first visible thing is color," although, 107 1, 46 | the Creator of all things visible and ~invisible"; to the 108 1, 55 | sight does to all things visible. Now the being of every ~ 109 1, 62 | heaven he does not mean the visible ~firmament, but the empyrean, 110 1, 66 | continue for ever." But visible bodies do not continue for 111 1, 66 | Therefore God did not ~make visible bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 112 1, 66 | Certain heretics maintain that visible things are not ~created 113 1, 66 | invisible and spiritual, or visible and ~corporeal. But the 114 1, 66 | themselves (in so far as every visible creature is ~subject to 115 1, 66 | are intended to ~apply to visible things in so far as they 116 1, 66 | rewards, as consist in these visible things, are temporal; while ~ 117 1, 66 | that from ~invisible things visible things might be made." But 118 1, 67 | by the movement of some visible body, which is not the case. ~ 119 1, 67 | heaven denotes not the visible firmament, but ~the empyrean 120 1, 68 | by making them actually ~visible. Light, then, is not a sensible 121 1, 68 | text. 26: whereas light is visible ~of itself. In the second 122 1, 68 | rendering colors actually visible, ~inasmuch as it is a quality 123 1, 73 | have asserted that all visible things were made by the 124 1, 74 | knowledge of ~Divine things from visible things." Subsequently he 125 1, 76 | hearing, and smelling. For the visible ~naturally comes first; 126 1, 77 | sight desires an appropriate visible object; ~whence we read ( 127 1, 77 | sight desires ~naturally a visible object for the purpose of 128 1, 78 | to make colors actually ~visible. And according to this the 129 1, 78 | colors to become actually visible; but in order that ~the 130 1, 78 | as, for instance, of the visible ~in act to the sight; it 131 1, 81 | because sight regards the visible thing under the common notion 132 1, 83 | through such natures of visible things it rises to a certain ~ 133 1, 84 | is the likeness of the visible thing; and the likeness 134 1, 86 | accidentally ~knowable, as color is visible of itself, whereas substance 135 1, 86 | itself, whereas substance is visible by ~its accident.~Aquin.: 136 1, 87 | reception of what is actually visible ~synchronizes with the reception 137 1, 101 | rivers there mentioned have visible sources ~elsewhere, as is 138 1, 104 | angels and demons operate on visible ~matter; not by imprinting 139 1, 109 | iv, 6), ~that "in this visible world nothing takes place 140 1, 109 | QQ. 83, ~qu. 79): "Every visible thing in this world has 141 1, 109 | to be thought, that this ~visible matter obeys these rebel 142 1, 109 | whatever happens in ~this visible world, by employing corporeal 143 1, 112 | the angels could help by ~visible appearance, or by miracles, 144 1, 114 | generated in a corporeal and visible fashion, certain seeds lie ~ 145 2, 1 | wherefore just as the ~first visible cannot be the act of seeing, 146 2, 1 | seeing is ~directed to a visible object; so the first appetible, 147 2, 3 | the sight, vision, but a visible thing. Wherefore, ~from 148 2, 10 | moves the power. For the visible moves the sight, under ~ 149 2, 10 | aspect of color actually visible. Wherefore if color be offered 150 2, 11 | of sight is to know the visible; of the hearing, to ~perceive 151 2, 22 | eye changed by the ~object visible, not by being colored, but 152 2, 102 | altar of incense, which was ~visible to none but the priests. 153 2, 109 | however pure, cannot see any visible object, without the ~sun' 154 2, 112 | the New Law are certain visible elements. Therefore God 155 2, 23 | of our appetite towards visible goods. ~Hence it is evident 156 2, 25 | that the more a thing is visible the more lovable it is, 157 2, 25 | 5,12. Now God is less ~visible than our neighbor. Therefore 158 2, 25 | lovable ~according as it is visible, but because by seeing a 159 2, 25 | follow that what is more visible is more ~lovable, but that 160 2, 25 | since our neighbor is ~more visible to us, he is the first lovable 161 2, 28 | that ~"pity is sorrow for a visible evil, whether corruptive 162 2, 79 | De Civ. Dei x, 5): "The visible sacrifice is the ~sacrament 163 2, 92 | maintained, that "these visible ~sacrifices are fitting 164 2, 92 | that we should ~offer a visible sacrifice to no other than 165 2, 122 | teaches us to despise things ~visible for the sake of things invisible, 166 2, 145 | number "four" refers to the visible creature, by ~reason of 167 2, 162 | believed that even in the ~visible paradise this was done by 168 2, 178 | the ~consideration of the visible we rise to the invisible. 169 3, 1 | seem most fitting that by visible things the ~invisible things 170 3, 3 | removed; as a body, ~which is visible by reason of color, without 171 3, 5 | quoted, the Son of God became visible by flesh; hence it is ~subjoined: " 172 3, 8 | likened to the Head in His visible ~nature in which man is 173 3, 15 | As in the seed there is a visible bulk and an invisible virtue, ~ 174 3, 15 | Adam. Now Christ took the visible substance of His ~flesh 175 3, 16 | say: "A body as colored is visible," it follows that the colored 176 3, 16 | follows that the colored is ~visible. But as stated (AA[8],9) 177 3, 17 | invisible is not the same as the visible; and ~what is without time 178 3, 18 | thus a surface which is ~visible by color is one visible 179 3, 18 | visible by color is one visible thing with the color. So, 180 3, 22 | De Civ. Dei x, 5): "Every visible ~sacrifice is a sacrament, 181 3, 36 | was made known by means of visible apparitions. ~And since 182 3, 36 | righteous did not need the visible apparition of the ~angel; 183 3, 36 | Thirdly, because it was visible at one time and hidden at 184 3, 36 | some invisible ~force made visible under the form of a star."~ 185 3, 39 | But in our baptism no ~visible mission of the Holy Ghost 186 3, 39 | Therefore neither should a ~visible mission of the Holy Ghost 187 3, 39 | invisible: nor as ~though that visible creature were assumed into 188 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The visible mission adds something to 189 3, 40 | whole ~mind'; and partly visible, as the body, to which the 190 3, 41 | to be ~understood of the visible temptations which are related 191 3, 44 | effects are different from visible miracles, yet do they testify 192 3, 46 | from ~superabundance of the visible object. In another way a 193 3, 48 | De Civ. Dei x) that "a visible sacrifice ~is a sacrament - 194 3, 48 | Augustine is speaking there of visible figurative ~sacrifices: 195 3, 54 | due to the action of the ~visible object upon the sight, as 196 3, 54 | qualities as it wills from the visible and tractable ~body, while 197 3, 55 | for a man to believe from visible ~signs the things he does 198 3, 60 | says (De Civ. Dei x): "The visible sacrifice ~is the sacrament, 199 3, 60 | sacrament but a kind of visible word?" Wherefore to add 200 3, 60 | repetition to add ~words to the visible element in the sacraments; 201 3, 61 | they be united by means of visible signs or sacraments." ~But 202 3, 61 | there was need for some visible signs whereby man might ~ 203 3, 66 | sacrament only, is something visible and outward; the sign, namely, 204 3, 68 | invisible sanctification without visible sacraments, and to ~their 205 3, 68 | is possible to have the visible ~sanctification, consisting 206 3, 68 | sanctification, consisting in a visible sacrament, without the invisible ~ 207 3, 68 | Baptism pertains to the visible sanctification, it seems 208 3, 68 | Whose power is not tied to visible ~sacraments, sanctifies 209 3, 69 | as it were, i.e. by the visible ~sacrament; without the 210 3, 72 | Holy Ghost came down under visible ~signs on the faithful, 211 3, 72 | sacrament, when such like visible signs were lacking. For 212 3, 72 | Christ did not make use of visible anointings, so as not to 213 3, 72 | salvation by ~the sacrament of visible matter; and this is referred 214 3, 72 | apostles, under certain visible signs, wrought ~miraculously 215 3, 72 | enemies. But to fight against visible foes, viz. against the persecutors ~ 216 3, 75 | that is, as it is in its visible ~appearance, but not as 217 3, 76 | because a body which is visible brings about an ~alteration 218 3, 76 | substance, as such, is not visible to the bodily ~eye, nor 219 3, 76 | entirely supernatural, it ~is visible in itself to a supernatural, 220 3, 78 | invisible Priest changes visible ~creatures into His own 221 3, 78 | sacrament is an outward ~visible act. Therefore, in the form 222 3, 79 | this ~sacrament under a visible species. So, then, this 223 3, 81 | invisibly which of ~itself was visible. For as sight requires that 224 3, 83 | virginal womb, becoming visible to us through being ~clothed 225 Suppl, 21| Ghost was ~shown openly by a visible sign), so too excommunication 226 Suppl, 29| I answer that, Among the visible operations of the Church, 227 Suppl, 34| is conferred on ~man by visible signs, it is clear that 228 Suppl, 34| bestowed on the angels by visible ~signs, as on men. Wherefore 229 Suppl, 37| of the New Testament in a visible manner, ~while the reader 230 Suppl, 72| that scarcely will they be visible; on the ~"third" day they 231 Suppl, 73| According to ~this, the visible presence of the Son of God 232 Suppl, 79| qualities He will "from this visible ~and tangible body, other 233 Suppl, 79| lightsome is not receptive of a visible species; and ~consequently 234 Suppl, 79| sight is affected by the visible object, the less is the 235 Suppl, 82| Whether this clarity will be visible to the non-glorified eye?~( 236 Suppl, 82| is enclosed in crystal is visible, so the glory of the ~soul 237 Suppl, 82| of the glorified body is visible to the non-glorified ~eye?~ 238 Suppl, 82| non-glorified eye. For the visible object should be proportionate ~ 239 Suppl, 82| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a visible object that is opposite 240 Suppl, 82| glorified body will be ~visible to non-glorified eyes also.~ 241 Suppl, 82| glorified body ~will not be visible to the non-glorified eye, 242 Suppl, 82| glorified ~body is naturally visible to the non-glorified eye.~ 243 Suppl, 82| soul lists the body will be visible or invisible.~Aquin.: SMT 244 Suppl, 82| Para. 1/1~I answer that, A visible object is seen, inasmuch 245 Suppl, 82| this quality whereby it is visible cannot be ~removed at the 246 Suppl, 84| their consciences will ~be visible, especially as the Divine 247 Suppl, 84| those of others, will not be visible save to ~the intellect. 248 Suppl, 85| human form, so as to ~be visible in the body to all. Therefore 249 Suppl, 85| exceeding glory, He will be visible from a great ~distance.~ 250 Suppl, 86| human nature, so as to be visible to all, both good ~and wicked. 251 Suppl, 87| Now Christ will not be visible to all, good and ~wicked, 252 Suppl, 87| unjustly, that He may be visible to the ~wicked." Now He 253 Suppl, 87| 3). Hence Christ will be visible to all in His glorified 254 Suppl, 88| taken place, God may become visible to man by ~signs so manifest 255 Suppl, 88| chiefly as regards the visible qualities the principle 256 Suppl, 89| intellect, as between the visible object and the sight. But 257 Suppl, 89| invisible now, it will be visible then.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] 258 Suppl, 89| more becoming to honey as visible, than the sweetness ~of 259 Suppl, 89| these things which we call ~visible are seen: in this way He 260 Suppl, 89| is seen, and this ~is the visible form whereby either sight 261 Suppl, 89| Therefore God will be ~visible not only to his intellect 262 Suppl, 89| Therefore He will also be visible to the sense.~Aquin.: SMT 263 Suppl, 89| God will by ~no means be visible to the bodily sense.~Aquin.: 264 Suppl, 89| and of the Holy ~Ghost is visible, not to carnal eyes, but 265 Suppl, 89| in the same way as these visible things which are seen with 266 Suppl, 91| on the perfection of the ~visible object: wherefore the Philosopher 267 Suppl, 91| hand, any deformity in the ~visible object redounds to the imperfection 268 Suppl, 92| delightful on the part of the visible object, two things are ~ 269 Suppl, 92| necessary, namely that the visible object be suitable, and 270 Suppl, 92| But on the part of the visible object two ~things are necessary. 271 Suppl, 92| required on the part ~of the visible object, and thus some reckon


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