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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | highest cause of the whole universe, namely God, ~is most of 2 1, 8 | numbered. But the whole universe is ~constituted in number, 3 1, 8 | number which is in the whole universe, and is ~thus everywhere.~ 4 1, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the universe is a kind of "whole perfect 5 1, 8 | Mund. i). But the whole universe is everywhere, because there 6 1, 8 | 3: The whole body of the universe is everywhere, but not ~ 7 1, 15 | good of the order of the universe, as the Philosopher ~clearly 8 1, 15 | Therefore the order of the universe is ~properly intended by 9 1, 15 | the order itself of the universe was ~created by Him immediately, 10 1, 15 | idea of ~the order of the universe. Now there cannot be an 11 1, 18 | of the heavens is ~in the universe of corporeal natures as 12 1, 18 | if the whole corporeal universe were one ~animal, so that 13 1, 19 | preservation of order in the universe, it is not unreasonable 14 1, 19 | for ~the completion of the universe. But this cannot be reduced 15 1, 19 | for the building up of the universe. Therefore to some effects ~ 16 1, 19 | of everything," i.e. the universe. And Augustine says ~(Enchiridion 17 1, 19 | admirable beauty ~of the universe, wherein even that which 18 1, 19 | perfection and beauty of the universe, for this is ~what God desires 19 1, 19 | perfection and beauty of ~the universe, except accidentally, as 20 1, 19 | to the perfection of the ~universe," draws a conclusion by 21 1, 20 | loves the entire created universe: because ~He willed for 22 1, 21 | ruler, so the order of the universe, ~which is seen both in 23 1, 21 | presupposes nothing in the universe; yet ~it does presuppose 24 1, 22 | the perfect good of the universe may not be hindered, for ~ 25 1, 22 | would be absent from the universe. ~A lion would cease to 26 1, 22 | is ~the perfection of the universe; which would not be, were 27 1, 23 | for the completion of the universe ~there are required different 28 1, 23 | some a low place in the universe. That this multiformity 29 1, 23 | as we consider the whole universe. ~God wills to manifest 30 1, 23 | God in regard to the whole universe, which is His ~effect. For 31 1, 23 | measurements of the whole of the ~universe, and what number would befit 32 1, 23 | essential parts of that ~universe - that is to say, which 33 1, 23 | chiefly for the good of the universe, but in a ~secondary way, 34 1, 23 | ordained for the good of the universe, being as such ~incorruptible; 35 1, 23 | to the ~good of the whole universe.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 36 1, 23 | may be preserved in the universe; and also that He may communicate ~ 37 1, 25 | wondrous ~beauty of the universe." Therefore the good in 38 1, 25 | Therefore the good in the universe could not be ~made better 39 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The universe, the present creation being 40 1, 25 | in which the good of the universe consists. For if any one 41 1, 25 | be another and a better universe.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 42 1, 26 | governance of the whole ~universe. As to earthly happiness, 43 1, 32 | to be the father of the universe, they consequently ~maintained 44 1, 44 | devised the order of the universe, which ~order consists in 45 1, 46 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the universe of creatures always existed?~ 46 1, 46 | It would seem that the universe of creatures, called the 47 1, 46 | unbegotten. Therefore the ~universe did not begin to exist.~ 48 1, 47 | the perfection of the ~universe, which consists of the diversity 49 1, 47 | divided and hence the ~whole universe together participates the 50 1, 47 | of the perfection of the universe, so it is the ~cause of 51 1, 47 | cause of inequality. For the universe would not be perfect if 52 1, 47 | therefore, God also ~made the universe to be best as a whole, according 53 1, 48 | to the perfection of the universe except ~what is a being 54 1, 48 | to the perfection of the ~universe of things; for Augustine 55 1, 48 | admirable beauty of the universe is made up of all things. 56 1, 48 | above, the parts of the universe are ordered ~to each other, 57 1, 48 | to ~the perfection of the universe, nor does it come under 58 1, 48 | the perfection of the ~universe requires that there should 59 1, 48 | therefore, the perfection of the universe requires that there should ~ 60 1, 48 | so the ~perfection of the universe requires that there should 61 1, 48 | whole itself, which is ~the universe of creatures, is all the 62 1, 49 | good of the ~order of the universe. Now, the order of the universe 63 1, 49 | universe. Now, the order of the universe requires, as was ~said above ( 64 1, 49 | good of the order of the universe, consequently and as it 65 1, 49 | belongs to the order of ~the universe; and this requires that 66 1, 49 | on its order to the whole universe, wherein every part has ~ 67 1, 49 | smaller part of the whole universe. And again, in every ~species 68 1, 50 | Hence the perfection of the universe requires that there should 69 1, 50 | Hence the perfection of the universe requires the existence of 70 1, 50 | is the perfection of the universe that God ~chiefly intends 71 1, 54 | keeping with the order of the universe for the highest intellectual ~ 72 1, 56 | creature proportionate to the universe which ~He determined to 73 1, 56 | add a ~new creature to the universe, means that He would add 74 1, 61 | angels are ~part of the universe: they do not constitute 75 1, 61 | they do not constitute a universe of themselves; ~but both 76 1, 61 | unite in constituting one universe. ~This stands in evidence 77 1, 61 | makes up the good of the ~universe. But no part is perfect 78 1, 61 | but far above, the whole universe, ~possessing within Himself 79 1, 61 | entire perfection of the universe in a more ~eminent way. 80 1, 61 | an angel is a part of the universe. Hence the ~comparison does 81 1, 61 | involve creation of the ~universe.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 82 1, 61 | was observed (A[3]), the universe is made up of ~corporeal 83 1, 65 | consider that the entire ~universe is constituted by all creatures, 84 1, 65 | therefore, in the parts of the universe also every creature exists 85 1, 65 | perfection of the entire ~universe. Furthermore, the entire 86 1, 65 | Furthermore, the entire universe, with all its parts, is ~ 87 1, 65 | secure perfection in ~the universe, has set therein creatures 88 1, 66 | being the boundary of the universe. And since place has reference 89 1, 69 | to the ~government of the universe. And Scripture indicates 90 1, 70 | creatures, or for the whole universe, or for the glory of God. 91 1, 70 | ordained to the good of the universe.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 92 1, 70 | to the adornment of the universe by ~reason of their proper 93 1, 72 | for the perfection of the universe." And, since man before 94 1, 73 | is the end of the whole universe, is the perfect ~beatitude 95 1, 73 | the completeness of the universe at its first founding, and ~ 96 1, 73 | since the ~completion of the universe as to the completeness of 97 1, 74 | God wrought nothing in the universe ~without impressing the 98 1, 74 | signify the ~elements of the universe themselves existing under 99 1, 74 | the permanent parts of the universe, nor of the ~principal divisions 100 1, 45 | devised the order of the universe, which ~order consists in 101 1, 47 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the universe of creatures always existed?~ 102 1, 47 | It would seem that the universe of creatures, called the 103 1, 47 | unbegotten. Therefore the ~universe did not begin to exist.~ 104 1, 48 | the perfection of the ~universe, which consists of the diversity 105 1, 48 | divided and hence the ~whole universe together participates the 106 1, 48 | of the perfection of the universe, so it is the ~cause of 107 1, 48 | cause of inequality. For the universe would not be perfect if 108 1, 48 | therefore, God also ~made the universe to be best as a whole, according 109 1, 49 | to the perfection of the universe except ~what is a being 110 1, 49 | to the perfection of the ~universe of things; for Augustine 111 1, 49 | admirable beauty of the universe is made up of all things. 112 1, 49 | above, the parts of the universe are ordered ~to each other, 113 1, 49 | to ~the perfection of the universe, nor does it come under 114 1, 49 | the perfection of the ~universe requires that there should 115 1, 49 | therefore, the perfection of the universe requires that there should ~ 116 1, 49 | so the ~perfection of the universe requires that there should 117 1, 49 | whole itself, which is ~the universe of creatures, is all the 118 1, 50 | good of the ~order of the universe. Now, the order of the universe 119 1, 50 | universe. Now, the order of the universe requires, as was ~said above ( 120 1, 50 | good of the order of the universe, consequently and as it 121 1, 50 | belongs to the order of ~the universe; and this requires that 122 1, 50 | on its order to the whole universe, wherein every part has ~ 123 1, 50 | smaller part of the whole universe. And again, in every ~species 124 1, 51 | Hence the perfection of the universe requires that there should 125 1, 51 | Hence the perfection of the universe requires the existence of 126 1, 51 | is the perfection of the universe that God ~chiefly intends 127 1, 55 | keeping with the order of the universe for the highest intellectual ~ 128 1, 57 | creature proportionate to the universe which ~He determined to 129 1, 57 | add a ~new creature to the universe, means that He would add 130 1, 62 | angels are ~part of the universe: they do not constitute 131 1, 62 | they do not constitute a universe of themselves; ~but both 132 1, 62 | unite in constituting one universe. ~This stands in evidence 133 1, 62 | makes up the good of the ~universe. But no part is perfect 134 1, 62 | but far above, the whole universe, ~possessing within Himself 135 1, 62 | entire perfection of the universe in a more ~eminent way. 136 1, 62 | an angel is a part of the universe. Hence the ~comparison does 137 1, 62 | involve creation of the ~universe.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 138 1, 62 | was observed (A[3]), the universe is made up of ~corporeal 139 1, 66 | consider that the entire ~universe is constituted by all creatures, 140 1, 66 | therefore, in the parts of the universe also every creature exists 141 1, 66 | perfection of the entire ~universe. Furthermore, the entire 142 1, 66 | Furthermore, the entire universe, with all its parts, is ~ 143 1, 66 | secure perfection in ~the universe, has set therein creatures 144 1, 67 | being the boundary of the universe. And since place has reference 145 1, 70 | to the ~government of the universe. And Scripture indicates 146 1, 71 | creatures, or for the whole universe, or for the glory of God. 147 1, 71 | ordained to the good of the universe.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 148 1, 71 | to the adornment of the universe by ~reason of their proper 149 1, 71 | for the ~perfection of the universe." And, since man before 150 1, 72 | is the end of the whole universe, is the perfect ~beatitude 151 1, 72 | the completeness of the universe at its first founding, and ~ 152 1, 72 | since the ~completion of the universe as to the completeness of 153 1, 73 | God wrought nothing in the universe ~without impressing the 154 1, 73 | signify the ~elements of the universe themselves existing under 155 1, 73 | the permanent parts of the universe, nor of the ~principal divisions 156 1, 88 | But the perfection of the universe required various grades 157 1, 91 | an occasion of sin, the universe would have been imperfect. 158 1, 91 | principle of the ~whole universe, so the first man, in likeness 159 1, 92 | like God. But the whole universe is more perfect in goodness 160 1, 92 | 31). Therefore the whole universe is to the image of ~God, 161 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The universe is more perfect in goodness 162 1, 92 | we do not mean that the universe in ~any part is not to God' 163 1, 98 | to the perfection of the universe, so also diversity of sex ~ 164 1, 102 | Thou Who governest this universe by mandate eternal."~Aquin.: 165 1, 102 | be produced by the whole universe outside itself; and operation ~ 166 1, 102 | the entire order of the universe. ~Therefore the end of all 167 1, 102 | is something ~outside the universe, namely, God, it is clear 168 1, 102 | that in the whole ~created universe there is not a good which 169 1, 102 | is the end of the whole universe must be a good ~outside 170 1, 102 | must be a good ~outside the universe.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 171 1, 102 | prevents something outside the universe being the good to which 172 1, 102 | good outside the ~whole universe is the end of the government 173 1, 102 | of the government of the universe, as something ~possessed 174 1, 102 | A good existing in the universe, namely, the order of the ~ 175 1, 102 | namely, the order of the ~universe, is an end thereof; this. 176 1, 102 | in the government of the ~universe that things are not moved 177 1, 102 | to the perfection of the ~universe (Q[47], AA[1],2; Q[48], 178 1, 102 | in the one order of the universe.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 179 1, 102 | OBJ 1: The order of the universe includes both the preservation 180 1, 109 | of the creature, in the ~universe, may be compared to the 181 1, 109 | justice is in the whole universe as the public law is in 182 1, 111 | does not reach to the whole universe, but reaches ~to one thing 183 1, 111 | angels, but also in the whole universe, that inferior things ~are 184 1, 117 | to the ~perfection of the universe. If therefore souls were 185 1, 117 | to the ~perfection of the universe: consequently at the beginning 186 1, 117 | consequently at the beginning the universe ~would have been imperfect. 187 1, 117 | to the perfection of the ~universe, as to the number of individuals, 188 2, 2 | as for its end. But the ~universe of creatures which is called 189 2, 2 | happiness consists in the whole universe of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 190 2, 2 | something else. Now the universe of creatures, to which man 191 2, 2 | man is not the good of the universe, ~but God himself.~Aquin.: 192 2, 2 | angel, and in the ~whole universe, is a finite and restricted 193 2, 5 | one, of the parts of the universe to one another, the other, ~ 194 2, 5 | the other, ~of the whole universe to a good which is outside 195 2, 5 | good which is outside the universe; the former ~order is ordained 196 2, 5 | order of the parts of the universe consists in ~the higher 197 2, 5 | good which is ~outside the universe, i.e. God. Therefore man 198 2, 5 | too, in the order of the universe, man is indeed ~helped by 199 2, 19 | Now the good ~of the whole universe is that which is apprehended 200 2, 19 | is ~the good of the whole universe. On the other hand, the 201 2, 21 | whole ~community of the universe, because in every community, 202 2, 21 | governor and ruler of the whole universe, ~as stated in the FP, Q[ 203 2, 79 | others, or of the whole universe: ~thus He directs the sin 204 2, 85 | the preservation of the universe, for which alternate generation 205 2, 91 | the whole community of the universe is governed by Divine ~Reason. 206 2, 91 | in God the ~Ruler of the universe, has the nature of a law. 207 2, 93 | by Him the peace of ~the universe is administered."~Aquin.: 208 2, 102 | work of the creation of the universe. Another ~solemnity, viz. 209 2, 102 | God, the governor of the ~universe.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 210 2, 109 | common good of the ~whole universe, which is God. Hence Dionysius 211 2, 112 | conditions of things, ~that the universe might be perfect. Hence 212 2, 113 | man. But the good of the universe is greater than ~the good 213 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 2: The good of the universe is greater than the particular ~ 214 2, 113 | good of nature in the whole universe.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 215 2, 10 | evils to take place in the universe, ~which He might prevent, 216 2, 83 | sovereign Ruler of the whole universe. Wherefore, as Augustine 217 2, 143 | harmony and clarity of the universe." Hence the beauty ~of the 218 2, 181 | be found in the created universe except in ~a multiform and 219 3, 1 | whole world - the whole universe of things cannot contain. ~ 220 3, 1 | comparison with Whom the whole ~universe is accounted as little; 221 3, 1 | the care of governing the universe. This is the thought ~of 222 3, 1 | this work especially the universe ~would seem to be perfected, 223 3, 1 | for the perfection ~of the universe that the creature be ordained 224 3, 4 | perfect it is. But the whole universe is ~more perfect than its 225 3, 4 | nature. Therefore the ~whole universe is more capable of being 226 3, 4 | 4: The perfection of the universe is not the perfection of 227 3, 30 | Father, whole throughout the universe, and was ~whole in the narrow 228 3, 46 | common good of the whole universe. Consequently, if He ~forgive 229 Suppl, 72| perfection of the ~order of the universe, and the more manifold outpouring 230 Suppl, 72| because it will cleanse the universe, whereas this ~fire cannot 231 Suppl, 72| final consummation of the universe: and this ~disposition is 232 Suppl, 72| final perfection of the ~universe, except movement which is 233 Suppl, 72| opinion the ~perfection of the universe with the integrity of its 234 Suppl, 72| earth and air, yet ~the universe would be more imperfect, 235 Suppl, 77| elements in the parts ~of the universe have definite forms, by 236 Suppl, 77| to the perfection of the universe, so too the humors ~belong 237 Suppl, 77| as all the parts of the universe receive their perfection 238 Suppl, 85| to the government of the universe. Hence one man's reward 239 Suppl, 88| it is impossible ~for the universe to be altered; because whatever 240 Suppl, 88| such a thing outside the ~universe. Therefore it is impossible 241 Suppl, 88| has some likeness to ~the universe, wherefore he is called " 242 Suppl, 88| desire be satisfied the universe must needs also be made ~ 243 Suppl, 88| God Who wills it, for the ~universe to have at one time one 244 Suppl, 88| be ~bestowed on the whole universe, in so far as this conduces 245 Suppl, 88| change upon the state of the universe, since both ~before and 246 Suppl, 88| Further, the good of the universe which consists in the order 247 Suppl, 88| bettered, the good of the universe is ~done away, since there 248 Suppl, 88| their natural degree in the ~universe should be devoid of brightness, 249 Suppl, 88| brightness, the perfection of the universe would be diminished thereby ~ 250 Suppl, 88| OBJ 5: The order of the universe will not be done away by 251 Suppl, 88| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the universe will remain imperfect if 252 Suppl, 88| to the perfection of the universe. Since then we ~must not 253 Suppl, 88| twofold perfection of the universe, ~one corresponding to this 254 Suppl, 94| does globe here signify the universe, as though the place of 255 Suppl, 94| were outside the whole universe.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[


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