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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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personal

    Part, Question
1 1, 30 | one person; nor is it a ~personal relation - i.e. constituting 2 1, 30 | procession - are called personal ~properties, constituting 3 1, 30 | between them except by the ~personal relations. So goodness belongs 4 1, 31 | Whether it can be joined to a personal term?~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 5 1, 31 | joined as regards either the personal predicate or ~the essential 6 1, 31 | diction can be joined to the personal term?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] 7 1, 31 | diction can be joined to the ~personal term, even though the predicate 8 1, 32 | the ~same applies to the personal names, so that we may say 9 1, 32 | order to any essential or ~personal act, cannot be applied to 10 1, 32 | substantive terms, whether personal or essential, ~can be predicated 11 1, 32 | two persons. Three ~are personal notions - i.e. constituting 12 1, 32 | notions of Persons, but not personal notions, as we shall explain ~ 13 1, 33 | applied to God, firstly as a personal name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] 14 1, 33 | applied to God, ~firstly as a personal name. For in the intellect 15 1, 33 | this name "Father" as a personal name, belongs to the ~person 16 1, 33 | essential name before its personal sense.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 33 | Therefore paternity ~taken in a personal sense is not prior to, but 18 1, 33 | paternity in God is taken in a personal sense as ~regards the Son, 19 1, 33 | proper ~terms which import personal relations; because the person 20 1, 34 | essential term in God, or a personal term?~(2) Whether it is 21 1, 34 | Whether Word in God is a personal name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] 22 1, 34 | that Word in God is not a personal name. For ~personal names 23 1, 34 | not a personal name. For ~personal names are applied to God 24 1, 34 | Therefore Word is not a personal name in ~God.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 34 | Therefore Word is not a ~personal term in God.~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 34 | term in God, and ~not in a personal sense.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 27 1, 34 | Therefore the Word is not a personal name in ~God.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 34 | He is." But ~the Son is a personal name, since it is said relatively. 29 1, 34 | its proper sense, is ~a personal name, and in no way an essential 30 1, 34 | belongs to the nature ~of personal terms in God, inasmuch as 31 1, 34 | s nativity, which is His personal property, is ~signified 32 1, 34 | divine person, as regards the personal relation, ~does not imply 33 1, 34 | Word in God, and that is a personal one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] 34 1, 35 | Therefore Image cannot be a personal name in God.~Aquin.: SMT 35 1, 35 | relation, and is thus a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] 36 1, 35 | Hence the name "Image" is a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] 37 1, 36 | Ghost," we do not designate personal unity, because ~in that 38 1, 38 | Whether "Gift" can be a personal name?~(2) Whether it is 39 1, 38 | 1/1~Whether "Gift" is a personal name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 40 1, 38 | seem that "Gift" is not a personal name. For every ~personal 41 1, 38 | personal name. For every ~personal name imports a distinction 42 1, 38 | Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 43 1, 38 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no personal name belongs to the divine 44 1, 38 | Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 45 1, 38 | Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 46 1, 38 | said of God in time. But personal names are said of God from ~ 47 1, 38 | Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 48 1, 38 | But the Holy Ghost is a personal name; so also therefore 49 1, 38 | The name "Gift" imports a personal distinction , in so far ~ 50 1, 38 | from the giver, ~and is a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 51 1, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Gift as a personal name in God does not imply 52 1, 39 | personalities - that is, ~three personal properties in the Father, 53 1, 39 | concrete names, or even by personal names; ~as when we find " 54 1, 39 | Therefore substantive personal terms can be predicated 55 1, 39 | nor does it follow that a ~personal property makes a distinct 56 1, 39 | substantive. But notional and personal ~adjectives cannot be predicated 57 1, 39 | adjectival terms, ~whether personal or notional, cannot be predicated 58 1, 39 | standpoint of reason than the personal ~properties; because we 59 1, 39 | cannot obtain regarding the personal properties, as was above ~ 60 1, 39 | is nothing to prevent the personal ~property from being prior 61 1, 39 | imply origin; nor is it personal, but an appropriation to 62 1, 39 | inasmuch as "God begotten is personal." But taken ~indefinitely, 63 1, 40 | is ~the same person. For personal properties are the same 64 1, 40 | dignity." Therefore, if a ~personal property be taken away from 65 1, 40 | Para. 3/4~If, however, the personal property be mentally abstracted, 66 1, 40 | longer remains. For the personal properties are not to ~be 67 1, 40 | it follows ~that if the personal relations are mentally abstracted, 68 1, 40 | person, and are thus called "personal properties." Hence, ~if 69 1, 40 | sense, simply ~precedes the personal properties of the person 70 1, 40 | Father and the ~Son. The personal property of the Father can 71 1, 40 | wherefore it presupposes the personal property ~of the Father.~ 72 1, 41 | no movement exists, the personal action of the one producing 73 1, 41 | Father, nevertheless it is a personal ~property, being in respect 74 1, 42 | relation distinct from the personal relations: but ~in its concept 75 1, 38 | Whether "Gift" can be a personal name?~(2) Whether it is 76 1, 38 | 1/1 ~Whether "Gift" is a personal name?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 77 1, 38 | seem that "Gift" is not a personal name. For every ~personal 78 1, 38 | personal name. For every ~personal name imports a distinction 79 1, 38 | Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 80 1, 38 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no personal name belongs to the divine 81 1, 38 | Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 82 1, 38 | Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 83 1, 38 | said of God in time. But personal names are said of God from ~ 84 1, 38 | Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 85 1, 38 | But the Holy Ghost is a personal name; so also therefore 86 1, 38 | The name "Gift" imports a personal distinction , in so far ~ 87 1, 38 | from the giver, ~and is a personal name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] 88 1, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Gift as a personal name in God does not imply 89 1, 39 | personalities - that is, ~three personal properties in the Father, 90 1, 39 | concrete names, or even by personal names; ~as when we find " 91 1, 39 | Therefore substantive personal terms can be predicated 92 1, 39 | nor does it follow that a ~personal property makes a distinct 93 1, 39 | substantive. But notional and personal ~adjectives cannot be predicated 94 1, 39 | adjectival terms, ~whether personal or notional, cannot be predicated 95 1, 39 | standpoint of reason than the personal properties; because we can 96 1, 39 | cannot obtain regarding the personal properties, as was above ~ 97 1, 39 | is nothing to prevent the personal ~property from being prior 98 1, 39 | imply origin; nor is it personal, but an appropriation to 99 1, 39 | inasmuch as "God begotten is personal." But taken ~indefinitely, 100 1, 40 | is ~the same person. For personal properties are the same 101 1, 40 | dignity." Therefore, if a ~personal property be taken away from 102 1, 40 | Para. 3/4~If, however, the personal property be mentally abstracted, 103 1, 40 | longer remains. For the personal properties are not to ~be 104 1, 40 | it follows ~that if the personal relations are mentally abstracted, 105 1, 40 | person, and are thus called "personal properties." Hence, ~if 106 1, 40 | sense, simply ~precedes the personal properties of the person 107 1, 40 | Father and the ~Son. The personal property of the Father can 108 1, 40 | wherefore it presupposes the personal property ~of the Father.~ 109 1, 41 | no movement exists, the personal action of the one producing 110 1, 41 | Father, nevertheless it is a personal ~property, being in respect 111 1, 42 | relation distinct from the personal relations: but ~in its concept 112 2, 73 | united to God by reason of personal sanctity, or official station. 113 2, 81 | the ~individual, such as personal actions and matters affecting 114 2, 81 | nowise those that are purely personal, as stated above.~Aquin.: 115 2, 81 | because they are purely personal, as ~stated above.~Aquin.: 116 2, 83 | they are the principles of personal acts. Hence ~they are the 117 2, 87 | sinful ~act is something personal. But if we speak of a punishment 118 2, 93 | 90], A[4]). But Word is a Personal name in God, as ~stated 119 2, 93 | that the eternal law is a Personal ~name in God: yet it is 120 2, 98 | distribute them ~according to personal merits, he would be a respecter 121 2, 100 | his person, i.e. as to his personal existence; ~and this is 122 2, 114 | says: "How ~much is our personal faith worth with God, Who 123 2, 13 | Spirit and is ~holy, or the personal name of one of the Persons 124 2, 59 | individual in one way, and his ~personal property in another way. ~( 125 2, 59 | maimed. If it be against his personal ~dignity, a man is injured 126 2, 59 | insult. If it be against a ~personal connection, a man is injured 127 2, 59 | The same applies to other personal connections, and whatever ~ 128 2, 59 | justice this equality ~regards personal dignity, which would seem 129 2, 60 | sometimes a man loses ~his personal honor by being unjustly 130 2, 60 | lowering of the other man's personal dignity in the opinion of ~ 131 2, 61 | includes a reference to personal dignity [*Cf. FP, Q[29], 132 2, 61 | distributive justice to consider personal ~dignity. Therefore respect 133 2, 61 | persons in proportion to their personal dignity. ~Accordingly, if 134 2, 61 | Accordingly, if one considers that personal property by reason of which ~ 135 2, 65 | Consequently, if the judge by his personal knowledge ~is aware of the 136 2, 68 | community, or to some grave personal injury, in short ~any like 137 2, 68 | imbeciles and women, or to personal feeling, as in the case 138 2, 69 | Secondly, on account of some ~personal defect, either of body ( 139 2, 79 | honor is due to different personal ~excellences, one kind of 140 2, 85 | contains no precept about personal tithes, viz. those ~that 141 2, 85 | include a precept about personal ~tithes; because, to wit, 142 2, 85 | Law men are bound to ~pay personal tithes, according to the 143 2, 85 | in the same way as other personal tithes. ~Nevertheless the 144 2, 85 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Personal tithes are due to the church 145 2, 86 | power, even as regards his ~personal deeds, cannot bind himself 146 2, 87 | swearing on account of some personal defect; children, for ~instance, 147 2, 96 | Reply OBJ 4: An oath is a personal act, and so when a man becomes 148 2, 99 | according to our means and their personal claims.~~Aquin.: SMT SS 149 2, 100 | refers specially to their personal ~usefulness or renown, and 150 2, 121 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Personal and civil business is differentiated 151 2, 121 | regards general wars. However, personal and civil ~affairs admit 152 2, 152 | can take the injury as personal ~to himself" [*Gratian, 153 2, 161 | considers the circumstance of personal ~condition, on account of 154 2, 178 | to apply himself by his ~personal study, and thus he requires " 155 2, 182 | bequeath to their heirs their personal or acquired property, and 156 2, 183 | his subjects demands the personal presence of the ~pastor, 157 2, 183 | should not withdraw his personal presence from his ~flock, 158 2, 183 | bequeath to their heirs their personal or ~acquired property, and 159 3, 2 | love God; ~secondly, by personal being, and this mode belongs 160 3, 2 | the saints; ~thirdly, by personal union, which is proper to 161 3, 2 | inasmuch as it is in the personal being, transcends the ~union 162 3, 2 | ought rather to be ~called personal than natural.~Aquin.: SMT 163 3, 3 | Personality signifies a personal ~property; and this is threefold, 164 3, 3 | account ~of holding three personal properties, so likewise 165 3, 3 | we mentally exclude ~the personal properties there will still 166 3, 3 | Reply OBJ 2: Even if the personal properties of the three 167 3, 3 | the ~Persons, although the personal properties are different. 168 3, 3 | Nature must ~be united by a personal union with the whole nature 169 3, 3 | the non-participated and personal ~union of the Word with 170 3, 4 | the natural order, as the personal union of a creature with ~ 171 3, 4 | is the union with ~God in personal being than the union by 172 3, 4 | to be united with Him in personal being.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 173 3, 6 | from the soul. ~But by the personal union we understand the 174 3, 6 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is a personal union wherein the assumption 175 3, 6 | the grace of union is the personal being that is ~given gratis 176 3, 6 | with the Word of God is in personal being, which depends not 177 3, 6 | cannot ordain ~the soul to personal union, which is not accidental, 178 3, 7 | anything greater than the personal union with the ~Only-begotten 179 3, 7 | in ~human nature for the personal union. Therefore it seems 180 3, 7 | love from wisdom. Hence the personal ~union, according to which 181 3, 8 | conjunction with God, i.e. by personal union.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 182 3, 8 | his posterity. Hence the personal grace which is ~proper to 183 3, 8 | distinguished by acts. But the personal grace ~of Christ is ordained 184 3, 8 | sanctifying others. ~Therefore the personal grace of Christ is distinct 185 3, 8 | fulness of grace, inasmuch as personal grace was in Him in its ~ 186 3, 8 | Hence His capital and ~personal grace are not distinct.~ 187 3, 8 | nature of head. Hence the personal ~grace, whereby the soul 188 3, 8 | his actual sin, which is a personal sin, because in him the ~ 189 3, 8 | nature, but solely by the personal action of Christ Himself. 190 3, 8 | habit. Now the act of the personal grace ~which is formally 191 3, 8 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Personal and capital grace are ordained 192 3, 8 | ordained to an act, but to the personal being. ~Hence the personal 193 3, 8 | personal being. ~Hence the personal and the capital grace agree 194 3, 8 | union does not, although the personal grace can ~be called in 195 3, 8 | union, the capital, and the ~personal grace are one in essence, 196 3, 8 | said to be in him not by personal union, nor by indwelling, 197 3, 9 | else. ~Hence, since the personal union contains two natures, 198 3, 9 | Christ. For this union ~is in personal being, and knowledge belongs 199 3, 10 | to be united to God in personal being is greater than to ~ 200 3, 10 | Not even in the union by personal being does the human ~nature 201 3, 15 | secondly, with reference to His personal and relative property, when ~ 202 3, 16 | understand that "man" ~has not a personal but a simple supposition. 203 3, 16 | made God," "man" has a ~personal suppositum: because, to 204 3, 16 | conjunction of supposita, or of personal dignity, or of affection 205 3, 17 | Godhead under a determinate personal ~property. Now the dual 206 3, 17 | relative things bearing a personal relation. But ~it does follow: " 207 3, 17 | does not pertain to the ~personal being of the subsisting 208 3, 17 | does not pertain to the personal being of Socrates. ~But 209 3, 17 | there accrued to Him ~no new personal being, but only a new relation 210 3, 17 | relation of the pre-existing ~personal being to the human nature, 211 3, 18 | our intellect," i.e. ~our personal intellect. But every will 212 3, 19 | unity of the complete and ~personal being. But operation is 213 3, 19 | is not incompatible with ~personal unity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 214 3, 21 | ever united to God both ~by personal being and by the blessed 215 3, 21 | person is according to the personal being, ~which pertains to 216 3, 23 | stated that ~Filiation is a personal property. Now in Christ 217 3, 27 | original ~sin, as to the personal stain; but she was not freed 218 3, 27 | resurrection. The other is ~personal sanctification. This is 219 3, 27 | was ~taken away as to the personal corruption, by which it 220 3, 27 | nature, but not as to the personal ~corruption. For, according 221 3, 27 | entirely taken away as to personal corruption, it could ~not 222 3, 35 | the ~Person, since it is a personal property, as appears from 223 3, 46 | anyone else, overlooking a ~personal trespass, without satisfaction, 224 3, 46 | remedy, not only for Adam's personal sin, but also ~for the sin 225 3, 48 | made no atonement by His personal suffering.~Aquin.: SMT TP 226 3, 49 | individual for the cleansing of personal sins. Now this is done by ~ 227 3, 49 | life." The other is the personal sin of each one of us, ~ 228 3, 49 | of us, ~committed by our personal act.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] 229 3, 49 | furthermore, from the personal sins of individuals, who 230 3, 50 | this grace is ordained for personal union, ~whereas the grace 231 3, 50 | to the dissolving of ~the personal union, but to this, that 232 3, 52 | individual by something specially personal (Q[49], A[1], ad 4,5). ~ 233 3, 52 | this world were purely personal, and concerned the individual; 234 3, 52 | Purgatory which pertains to personal ~defect. Just as on the 235 3, 52 | were delivered from their personal defects, but not from the ~ 236 3, 53 | s flesh after death by ~personal union, but not by natural 237 3, 53 | nature, but not to a higher personal state.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 238 3, 54 | says: "It sufficed for his personal ~faith for him to have seen 239 3, 56 | Christ's body, through its personal ~union with the Word, is 240 3, 58 | transitive one, ~implies merely personal distinction and order of 241 3, 59 | of merit, but follows the personal union of the Divine ~and 242 3, 66 | property. But there are three ~Personal Properties of the Divine 243 3, 66 | Although there are three personal names of the three ~Persons, 244 3, 69 | life, not by reason of a personal debt of punishment but by ~ 245 3, 79 | sacrament does, nor as to personal devotion; from ~which it 246 3, 83 | namely, such as belong to his personal office, "that he ~may offer 247 Suppl, 7 | can be ~ascribed to three Personal Attributes, so that contrition 248 Suppl, 15| they do not become his personal act in any way, and are 249 Suppl, 26| less, if we consider the ~personal profit.~ 250 Suppl, 32| devotion of the recipient, the personal merit of the ~minister, 251 Suppl, 39| impediment affecting his ~personal comeliness. Hence he who 252 Suppl, 42| the Mosaic Law as regards ~personal disqualifications; and it 253 Suppl, 51| neither does error about a personal ~quality. If, however, the 254 Suppl, 64| to pay it if she had some personal ailment so as to ~make it 255 Suppl, 69| reception of glory by no personal ~defect but only by a defect 256 Suppl, 71| that of one person. Now personal merit serves as a suffrage 257 Suppl, 85| receiving ~finally his own personal due. Hence at this judgment 258 Suppl, 86| corresponds to the angels' ~personal merits and was made to both 259 Suppl, 92| whether we ~consider the Personal union or that which regards 260 Suppl, 93| He was a ~virgin, by His personal purity. Wherefore doctors,


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