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1 1, 7 | concerning its infinity; forasmuch as they ~asserted that matter 2 1, 7 | could it move ~circularly; forasmuch as circular motion requires 3 1, 7 | whole we approach to matter, forasmuch as ~parts have the aspect 4 1, 7 | would ~never be finished, forasmuch as it would depend on an 5 1, 8 | indivisible in permanent things, ~forasmuch as it has a determinate 6 1, 8 | of action or movement, ~forasmuch as it has a determinate 7 1, 8 | be primarily everywhere, forasmuch as ~what belongs to anything 8 1, 8 | everywhere, but not ~primarily; forasmuch as it is not wholly in each 9 1, 9 | the privation of this act; forasmuch as existence is ~consequent 10 1, 9 | Forms are called invariable, forasmuch as they cannot be ~subjects 11 1, 10 | is ~not a part of time, forasmuch as eternity exceeds time, 12 1, 10 | from permanence of being, forasmuch ~as their being neither 13 1, 10 | aeviternity is infinite, forasmuch as it is ~not finished by 14 1, 10 | time for temporal things, forasmuch ~as one number exists for 15 1, 10 | however, is sufficient; forasmuch as things which are one 16 1, 11 | to say "being" is ~"one"; forasmuch as "one" adds an idea to " 17 1, 11 | predicated of ~opposite; forasmuch as one is absolute, and 18 1, 12 | matter we know naturally, ~forasmuch as our soul, whereby we 19 1, 12 | creature is its own existence, ~forasmuch as its existence is participated. 20 1, 12 | when compared with God; forasmuch as it does not possess the ~ 21 1, 12 | thing seen is ~considered; forasmuch as he sees Him as He is; 22 1, 12 | mode of the seer is meant, forasmuch as the intellect ~will with 23 1, 12 | intellect, or in any other way; forasmuch as He is infinite and cannot 24 1, 12 | seen is held or ~possessed, forasmuch as things either appear 25 1, 12 | many things all ~at once, forasmuch as understand many things 26 1, 13 | abstract names ~belong to Him, forasmuch as they do not signify any 27 1, 13 | express His mode of being, forasmuch as our intellect ~does not 28 1, 13 | secondarily said of medicine, forasmuch as it signifies only the 29 1, 13 | not signify what God is, ~forasmuch as by none of these names 30 1, 13 | are called relative, not forasmuch ~as they are related to 31 1, 13 | Achilles" ~metaphorically, forasmuch as he may possess something 32 1, 13 | was said of individuals. Forasmuch as we are unable to ~understand 33 1, 14 | is said to be in Himself, forasmuch as He is not ~contained 34 1, 14 | comprehended by Himself, forasmuch as nothing in Himself is 35 1, 14 | not of itself knowable, forasmuch as the very nature of evil 36 1, 14 | But this will ~not hold; forasmuch as no one can apply a thing 37 1, 14 | not yet determined to one; forasmuch ~as a contingent cause has 38 1, 14 | they cannot be certain, forasmuch as we know future contingent ~ 39 1, 14 | from one thing to another, forasmuch as the intelligible ~species 40 1, 14 | His speculative knowledge, forasmuch as ~He sees all things other 41 1, 23 | and demerit are in us, ~forasmuch as we are the masters of 42 1, 28 | found in any other genus; ~forasmuch as other genera, as quantity 43 1, 28 | any extrinsic procession, ~forasmuch as the relations of God 44 1, 29 | individual" superfluously added, forasmuch as by the ~name of hypostasis 45 1, 29 | must be attributed to God, forasmuch as ~His essence contains 46 1, 29 | poison lurks in this word," forasmuch as before it was fully understood 47 1, 29 | essence only, it follows that forasmuch as we speak of "three ~persons," 48 1, 29 | and relation indirectly, ~forasmuch as "person" means as it 49 1, 29 | and essence indirectly; forasmuch as ~in the definition of " 50 1, 29 | itself, not to ~another; forasmuch as it signifies relation 51 1, 30 | our way of understanding; forasmuch as number regarded ~apart 52 1, 30 | to the person of the Son, forasmuch as it has no ~relative opposition 53 1, 30 | community of ~exclusion, forasmuch as the definition of "person" 54 1, 32 | this proof were sufficient, forasmuch as some other theory ~might 55 1, 32 | proof in the case of God, forasmuch as the intellect is not 56 1, 32 | the divine simplicity; ~forasmuch as we always name a thing 57 1, 32 | applied to the notions; forasmuch as this is ~against their 58 1, 33 | by similitude of glory, forasmuch as they have ~obtained possession 59 1, 34 | God ~"to see by thought," forasmuch as the Word is conceived 60 1, 34 | information of our intellect; ~forasmuch as our intellect is made 61 1, 34 | as the Word proceeding; forasmuch as in God the Word proceeding 62 1, 36 | distinguish ~the persons except forasmuch as they are opposite relations; 63 1, 36 | is absolutely necessary. Forasmuch as one power ~belongs to 64 1, 36 | to act through the king, forasmuch as the power of the king 65 1, 36 | taken as an adjective; and forasmuch ~as an adjective cannot 66 1, 37 | the ~procession of Love; forasmuch as the former is the more 67 1, 37 | as by a notional act; forasmuch as "to speak" imports a ~ 68 1, 38 | to anyone gratuitously ~forasmuch as we wish him well. So 69 1, 39 | essence and person ~differ, forasmuch as they held the relations 70 1, 39 | three Gods," but "one God"; ~forasmuch as in the three "supposita" 71 1, 39 | another self [alterum se]," forasmuch ~as the word "se" is either 72 1, 39 | that He is ~"another God"; forasmuch as this adjective "another" 73 1, 39 | order should be observed, forasmuch as what ~belongs to action 74 1, 39 | things are ~contained in God forasmuch as He in His goodness preserves 75 1, 39 | accomplished by ~the Son. Yet, forasmuch as the word "Who" is taken 76 1, 40 | signifies property only; forasmuch as ~this name "Father" signifies 77 1, 40 | speaks in a ~general sense, forasmuch as not every unbegotten 78 1, 42 | being more, ~or less, hot; forasmuch as it is more or less, perfect 79 1, 42 | action: in ~regard to being, forasmuch as things of a more perfect 80 1, 42 | and in regard to action, forasmuch as things of a more ~perfect 81 1, 42 | the Son by His essence, forasmuch as the Father is His own 82 1, 43 | by command or counsel; forasmuch ~as the one commanding is 83 1, 43 | attributed ~to the Holy Ghost, forasmuch as He is by His nature the 84 1, 43 | can send the Holy Ghost, forasmuch as man cannot cause the 85 1, 44 | attain to likeness to Him, forasmuch as they ~represent the divine 86 1, 44 | good and desirable except ~forasmuch as it participates in the 87 1, 45 | being absolutely, except forasmuch as it causes "being" in ~" 88 1, 46 | exist; but the world exists forasmuch as God wills it to exist, 89 1, 46 | heaven ~is ungenerated, forasmuch as it has no contrary from 90 1, 47 | intelligence; in which, forasmuch as it was not its own being, ~ 91 1, 47 | individual of each ~species, forasmuch as the species is sufficiently 92 1, 47 | material plurality as the end forasmuch as ~material multitude has 93 1, 47 | intention of the divine ~agent; forasmuch as for the same reason it 94 1, 48 | is said to corrupt good, forasmuch as ~it is itself a corruption 95 1, 50 | the nature of whiteness, ~forasmuch as it is not contracted 96 1, 57 | do the ~angels know them, forasmuch as they are in the angels 97 1, 58 | simply by way ~of similitude, forasmuch as they know sensible things 98 1, 67 | not to have a contrary, forasmuch ~as it is the natural quality 99 1, 67 | First, as to the cause, forasmuch as ~in the substance of 100 1, 75 | soul and body. I say this, ~forasmuch as some held that the form 101 1, 75 | it could only be ~one; forasmuch as one whiteness does not 102 1, 77 | to the order of nature, forasmuch as perfect ~things are by 103 1, 77 | of generation and time; forasmuch as from being imperfect, 104 1, 77 | subject. So the ~subject, forasmuch as it is in potentiality, 105 1, 77 | the ~accidental form: but forasmuch as it is in act, it produces 106 1, 77 | subject ~of an accident, forasmuch as it has something of potentiality, 107 1, 37 | the ~procession of Love; forasmuch as the former is the more 108 1, 37 | as by a notional act; forasmuch as "to speak" imports a ~ 109 1, 38 | to anyone gratuitously ~forasmuch as we wish him well. So 110 1, 39 | essence and person ~differ, forasmuch as they held the relations 111 1, 39 | three Gods," but "one God"; ~forasmuch as in the three "supposita" 112 1, 39 | another self [alterum se]," forasmuch ~as the word "se" is either 113 1, 39 | that He is ~"another God"; forasmuch as this adjective "another" 114 1, 39 | order should be observed, forasmuch as what ~belongs to action 115 1, 39 | things are ~contained in God forasmuch as He in His goodness preserves 116 1, 39 | accomplished by ~the Son. Yet, forasmuch as the word "Who" is taken 117 1, 40 | signifies property only; forasmuch as ~this name "Father" signifies 118 1, 40 | speaks in a ~general sense, forasmuch as not every unbegotten 119 1, 42 | being more, ~or less, hot; forasmuch as it is more or less, perfect 120 1, 42 | action: in ~regard to being, forasmuch as things of a more perfect 121 1, 42 | and in regard to action, forasmuch as things of a more ~perfect 122 1, 42 | the Son by His essence, forasmuch as the Father is His own 123 1, 43 | by command or counsel; forasmuch ~as the one commanding is 124 1, 43 | attributed ~to the Holy Ghost, forasmuch as He is by His nature the 125 1, 43 | can ~send the Holy Ghost, forasmuch as man cannot cause the 126 1, 45 | attain to likeness to Him, forasmuch as they ~represent the divine 127 1, 45 | good and desirable except ~forasmuch as it participates in the 128 1, 46 | being absolutely, except forasmuch as it causes "being" in ~" 129 1, 47 | exist; but the world exists forasmuch as God wills it to exist, 130 1, 47 | heaven ~is ungenerated, forasmuch as it has no contrary from 131 1, 48 | intelligence; in which, forasmuch as it was not its own being, ~ 132 1, 48 | individual of each ~species, forasmuch as the species is sufficiently 133 1, 48 | material plurality as the end forasmuch as ~material multitude has 134 1, 48 | intention of the divine ~agent; forasmuch as for the same reason it 135 1, 49 | is said to corrupt good, forasmuch as ~it is itself a corruption 136 1, 51 | the nature of whiteness, ~forasmuch as it is not contracted 137 1, 58 | do the ~angels know them, forasmuch as they are in the angels 138 1, 59 | simply by way ~of similitude, forasmuch as they know sensible things 139 1, 68 | not to have a contrary, forasmuch ~as it is the natural quality 140 1, 68 | First, as to the cause, forasmuch as ~in the substance of 141 1, 74 | soul and body. I say this, ~forasmuch as some held that the form 142 1, 74 | it could only be ~one; forasmuch as one whiteness does not 143 1, 76 | to the order of nature, forasmuch as perfect ~things are by 144 1, 76 | of generation and time; forasmuch as from being imperfect, 145 1, 76 | subject. So the ~subject, forasmuch as it is in potentiality, 146 1, 76 | the ~accidental form: but forasmuch as it is in act, it produces 147 1, 76 | subject ~of an accident, forasmuch as it has something of potentiality, 148 1, 77 | universal being. Secondly, forasmuch as the soul ~itself has 149 1, 78 | in the two first senses; forasmuch as this ~so-called intellect 150 1, 78 | preserved in ~the intellect, forasmuch as it understands that it 151 1, 78 | consultation of things eternal": forasmuch as in contemplation it sees ~ 152 1, 78 | things, but imperfectly; forasmuch ~as they have but imperfect 153 1, 81 | truth is something good: forasmuch as the intellect is a thing, 154 1, 82 | determinate to one. And forasmuch as man is rational is it 155 1, 82 | not make comparisons, yet forasmuch as it is moved by the ~apprehensive 156 1, 83 | things, "after a fashion," forasmuch as it is in potentiality 157 1, 83 | likeness to the lower creature, forasmuch as they have something in ~ 158 1, 83 | But the intellectual soul ~forasmuch as it is actually understanding, 159 1, 84 | species from the phantasm, forasmuch as by the power of the active ~ 160 1, 84 | this is owing to the sight, forasmuch as the ~faculty of sight 161 1, 84 | A[1]; Q[84], A[7]). And forasmuch as it turns to the phantasms, ~ 162 1, 85 | course of events is future, ~forasmuch as from eternity His glance 163 1, 85 | knowledge (Q[14], A[13]). ~But forasmuch as it exists in its cause, 164 1, 86 | the order of ~intellects, forasmuch as the intellect understands 165 1, 87 | light of the first ~truth, forasmuch as the light itself of our 166 1, 88 | perfect knowledge ~of them, forasmuch as the nature of the soul 167 1, 92 | incorrectly called an image forasmuch as image ~is put for the 168 1, 92 | still more in the habits, forasmuch as the acts virtually ~exist 169 1, 92 | as he says farther ~on; forasmuch as this knowledge of temporal 170 1, 94 | does not need grace more; forasmuch as man even before sin ~ 171 1, 105 | image from the exemplar, forasmuch as it is made to the image 172 1, 107 | Hier. ~vii). Secondly, forasmuch as these types depend on 173 1, 107 | second hierarchy. Thirdly, forasmuch as these types are applied 174 1, 107 | dispositively by natural gifts, ~forasmuch as to the angels are given 175 1, 107 | called the order of "angels," forasmuch as they announce things 176 1, 107 | called the "angel princes"; forasmuch as ~they are princes as 177 1, 107 | seats is displayed strength, forasmuch as a person sits firmly ~ 178 1, 108 | called an enlightenment, forasmuch as they ~direct it to God; 179 1, 109 | made is like to the maker, forasmuch as ~every agent makes its 180 1, 109 | by "private contracts," forasmuch as every power of the creature, 181 1, 111 | dignity by way ~of congruity; forasmuch as it is congruous that 182 1, 112 | in any sufficient degree; forasmuch as he is weak in affection ~ 183 1, 112 | wisdom thereupon. Wherefore forasmuch as ~they consult the Divine 184 1, 114 | therefore say that a body acts forasmuch as it is in act, on a ~body 185 1, 114 | it is in act, on a ~body forasmuch as it is in potentiality.~ 186 1, 114 | is inferior to another, forasmuch as it is in potentiality 187 1, 114 | being a universal agent, forasmuch as a ~form is individualized 188 1, 114 | likeness to the Divine Being, forasmuch as it ~has a form. That 189 1, 114 | respect of their origin, ~forasmuch as they are the effect of 190 1, 114 | the intellect and will, forasmuch, namely, as ~both intellect 191 1, 114 | Centiloquium, prop. 5], forasmuch as, to wit, ~he conquers 192 1, 114 | signs"; ~that is to say, forasmuch as these things are offered 193 1, 116 | actually, but virtually; forasmuch as they have such great ~ 194 1, 117 | which are said to exist forasmuch as the subsistent composites 195 1, 117 | 4: Man begets his like, forasmuch as by his seminal power 196 2, 3 | which make a man happy, forasmuch as it is an inclination 197 2, 9 | respect of the same. But forasmuch as it actually wills the 198 2, 21 | too affects the community, forasmuch as he is a part of society: 199 2, 31 | pleasures of sight ~are greater, forasmuch as intellectual pleasures 200 2, 32 | generated in its regard, forasmuch as generation or corruption 201 2, 35 | else results from love, forasmuch as they remind ~us of our 202 2, 35 | caused by a greater evil, forasmuch as evil is ~better known 203 2, 36 | than evil: and ~therefore, forasmuch as the object is the cause 204 2, 36 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Forasmuch as the desire or craving 205 2, 53 | the process of reasoning; forasmuch as a sophistical syllogism 206 2, 54 | previously is perfected, forasmuch as ~it has increased in 207 2, 73 | or ~lower principle. And forasmuch as sins take their species 208 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Forasmuch as a sin has a cause on 209 2, 102 | they become useful to man, forasmuch ~as God gave them to man 210 2, 108 | nature is an unjust command, forasmuch ~as it is contrary to the 211 2, 13 | against the Son of Man, ~forasmuch as He is also the Son of 212 2, 14 | by lust than by gluttony, forasmuch as sexual pleasures ~are 213 2, 56 | itself, but to another. And forasmuch as it belongs to ~justice 214 2, 86 | its name from the will ~forasmuch as it proceeds from the 215 2, 89 | salvation ~of God." And forasmuch as man, by praising God, 216 2, 92 | so much the more infamous forasmuch as the things he ~did dishonestly 217 2, 92 | his inordinate affections, forasmuch as he gave other men divine ~ 218 2, 100 | positions of dignity. ~Yet, forasmuch as science, virtue and all 219 2, 101 | to the divine ~lordship, forasmuch as he exercises a particular 220 2, 102 | be all the more prompt, forasmuch as by obeying he forestalls ~ 221 2, 116 | covetousness is a special ~sin, forasmuch as it is an immoderate love 222 2, 116 | body but only of the soul, forasmuch as a man takes ~pleasure 223 3 | THEOLOGICA (QQ[1]-90)~PROLOGUE~Forasmuch as our Saviour the Lord 224 3, 1 | man is sufficient. And ~forasmuch as every imperfect presupposes 225 3, 3 | Person, not simply, but forasmuch as the Person is ~denominated 226 3, 4 | is found in human nature, forasmuch ~as it is capable of God, 227 3, 7 | one has not; and as faith, forasmuch as it is a theological virtue, 228 3, 22 | priest's, "mouth"; and again, forasmuch as he offers up the ~people' 229 3, 23 | adopts someone as his son forasmuch as out of ~goodness he admits 230 3, 23 | rational creatures, who forasmuch as they are made to ~the 231 3, 23 | exceeds human adoption, forasmuch as God, by ~bestowing His 232 3, 24 | Praedest. Sanct. xv) says: "Forasmuch as ~God the Son was made 233 3, 24 | action itself: ~that is, forasmuch as predestination implies 234 3, 26 | respect, between God and man, forasmuch as they cooperate in uniting ~ 235 3, 30 | which to appear ~visibly: forasmuch as all the apparitions of 236 3, 31 | sin belonged to Christ: forasmuch as He is not descended from 237 3, 31 | the likeness of condition; forasmuch as He assumed flesh ~not 238 3, 31 | certain virtue of origin, forasmuch as ~from those patriarchs 239 3, 32 | the Son of the Holy Ghost, forasmuch ~as His body was fashioned 240 3, 39 | to intellectual vision: ~forasmuch as Christ, when He had sanctified 241 3, 40 | or even of perjury. But forasmuch as ~Christ was incapable 242 3, 60 | required in the sacraments forasmuch as they ~are the principal 243 3, 60 | beginning or at the end, holds forasmuch as with us a change at ~ 244 3, 62 | production of an effect, forasmuch as they are one as being 245 3, 62 | both words and things, ~forasmuch as words and things combine 246 3, 62 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The Word, forasmuch as He was in the beginning 247 3, 62 | were said to ~be sanctified forasmuch as they gave themselves 248 3, 63 | are said to be consecrated forasmuch as they are deputed to Divine ~ 249 3, 66 | therefore let us feast." And ~forasmuch as man is born once, whereas 250 3, 66 | without Baptism of ~Blood: forasmuch as his heart is moved by 251 3, 66 | Baptisms is called Baptism, forasmuch as it takes the place of ~ 252 3, 70 | Baptism and a figure ~thereof, forasmuch as "all things happened" 253 3, 71 | other impediment is within, forasmuch as, from having contracted ~ 254 3, 72 | pertain to his own ~salvation, forasmuch as he lives to himself: 255 3, 76 | Christ is in this sacrament, forasmuch as it is ordained ~to the 256 3, 90 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sin forasmuch as it is an evil, can be 257 Suppl, 18| commended the unjust steward, forasmuch as he ~had done wisely" ( 258 Suppl, 71| dormierunt) who says: "Truly God, forasmuch as ~He is just will adapt 259 Suppl, 87| living and ~of the dead." And forasmuch as by redeeming mankind


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