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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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natures

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1 1, 12 | But others are subsisting ~natures, not residing in matter 2 1, 12 | intellect naturally knows ~natures which exist only in individual 3 1, 12 | intellect naturally knows ~natures that are not in matter; 4 1, 13 | signify simple subsisting natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 5 1, 18 | the universe of corporeal natures as the movement of the heart, ~ 6 1, 18 | good with ~incorruptible natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 7 1, 18 | they exist in their own natures. In ~this sense we must 8 1, 19 | Whence also intellectual natures have a like aptitude ~as 9 1, 20 | eternally in their proper natures; and for that reason has 10 1, 20 | far ~as they are existing natures; for they have existence 11 1, 27 | does not ~apply to other natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 12 1, 28 | opposition in their ~respective natures; and hence there is no parallel 13 1, 30 | mean three essences or ~natures, by reason of the equivocal 14 1, 30 | given to ~signify the common natures themselves, but not the 15 1, 30 | intentions of those ~common natures, signified by the terms " 16 1, 33 | two Gods, and two divine natures. Hence Hilary says (De ~ 17 1, 39 | 1],3). And since created natures ~are individualized by matter 18 1, 50 | But among other created ~natures the angelic nature approaches 19 1, 50 | but ~have their own fixed natures, which are higher than the 20 1, 50 | which are higher than the natures of ~sensible things. Nevertheless 21 1, 50 | that ~those more perfect natures bear relation to these sensible 22 1, 54 | is due to this - that the natures of the material things which ~ 23 1, 54 | capable of rendering such natures actually intelligible: and ~ 24 1, 56 | from the number of such ~natures, it would seem that it cannot 25 1, 56 | cannot understand other natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 26 1, 56 | to subsist in ~their own natures. They proceeded into the 27 1, 56 | spiritual and corporeal natures were impressed in him only ~ 28 1, 56 | according to their intelligible natures, so that by such impressed ~ 29 1, 56 | Reply OBJ 1: The spiritual natures of the angels are distinguished 30 1, 56 | knowing the ~other angelic natures, since both the higher and 31 1, 56 | make more angels or ~more natures of things, He would have 32 1, 57 | Whether the angels know the natures of material things?~(2) 33 1, 57 | according to their real natures. But some things are ~in 34 1, 57 | the soul according to both natures; and in either ~case there 35 1, 57 | may ~subsist in their own natures, so likewise they proceed 36 1, 57 | only as to their ~universal natures, but also as to their singularity; 37 1, 58 | affirmation than any ~two opposite natures are; because the first of 38 1, 58 | angel knows certain distant natures not ~by one, but by diverse 39 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 2: The various natures of things differ less as 40 1, 58 | in the Word; in their own natures; and in ~the angelic knowledge, 41 1, 58 | things have in their own natures, then the morning and the 42 1, 60 | differently in different natures; but in each according to 43 1, 60 | the other; ~for in such natures each loves itself naturally 44 1, 61 | Divine and ~the corporeal natures. But the Divine nature is 45 1, 61 | both they and corporeal natures unite in constituting one 46 1, 62 | created with more subtle natures and of ~keener intelligence 47 1, 62 | a compound of different natures, so that the inclination 48 1, 64 | for us to know sensible natures. Hence, as ~man's happiness 49 1, 64 | consist in knowing sensible natures; so neither ~does the angel' 50 1, 65 | creatures of various and unequal natures, ~according to His wisdom, 51 1, 66 | after mention of two created natures, the heaven and the ~earth, 52 1, 67 | according to the diverse ~natures of bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP 53 1, 67 | he had spoken ~to them of natures spiritual in substance and 54 1, 68 | God has constituted the natures of His creatures, not how ~ 55 1, 69 | spiritual and formless corporeal natures were created first of all, 56 1, 76 | for he supposed ~that the natures of things exist separate 57 1, 77 | according to ~the various natures of the objects. For every 58 1, 39 | 1],3). And since created natures ~are individualized by matter 59 1, 51 | But among other created ~natures the angelic nature approaches 60 1, 51 | but ~have their own fixed natures, which are higher than the 61 1, 51 | which are higher than the natures of ~sensible things. Nevertheless 62 1, 51 | that ~those more perfect natures bear relation to these sensible 63 1, 55 | is due to this - that the natures of the material things which ~ 64 1, 55 | capable of rendering such natures actually intelligible: and ~ 65 1, 57 | from the number of such ~natures, it would seem that it cannot 66 1, 57 | cannot understand other natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 67 1, 57 | to subsist in ~their own natures. They proceeded into the 68 1, 57 | spiritual and corporeal natures were impressed in him only ~ 69 1, 57 | according to their intelligible natures, so that by such impressed ~ 70 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: The spiritual natures of the angels are distinguished 71 1, 57 | knowing the ~other angelic natures, since both the higher and 72 1, 57 | make more angels or ~more natures of things, He would have 73 1, 58 | Whether the angels know the natures of material things?~(2) 74 1, 58 | according to their real natures. But some things are ~in 75 1, 58 | the soul according to both natures; and in either ~case there 76 1, 58 | may ~subsist in their own natures, so likewise they proceed 77 1, 58 | only as to their ~universal natures, but also as to their singularity; 78 1, 59 | affirmation than any ~two opposite natures are; because the first of 79 1, 59 | angel knows certain distant natures not ~by one, but by diverse 80 1, 59 | Reply OBJ 2: The various natures of things differ less as 81 1, 59 | in the Word; in their own natures; and in ~the angelic knowledge, 82 1, 59 | things have in their own natures, then the morning and the 83 1, 61 | differently in different natures; but in each according to 84 1, 61 | the other; ~for in such natures each loves itself naturally 85 1, 62 | Divine and ~the corporeal natures. But the Divine nature is 86 1, 62 | both they and corporeal natures unite in constituting one 87 1, 63 | created with more subtle natures and of ~keener intelligence 88 1, 63 | a compound of different natures, so that the inclination 89 1, 65 | for us to know sensible natures. Hence, as ~man's happiness 90 1, 65 | consist in knowing sensible natures; so neither ~does the angel' 91 1, 66 | creatures of various and unequal natures, ~according to His wisdom, 92 1, 67 | after mention of two created natures, the heaven and the ~earth, 93 1, 68 | according to the diverse ~natures of bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP 94 1, 68 | he had spoken ~to them of natures spiritual in substance and 95 1, 69 | God has constituted the natures of His creatures, not how ~ 96 1, 70 | spiritual and formless corporeal natures were created first of all, 97 1, 75 | for he supposed ~that the natures of things exist separate 98 1, 76 | according to ~the various natures of the objects. For every 99 1, 77 | ascribed it to the ~various natures of the sensible qualities, 100 1, 77 | And to be cognizant of the natures of sensible qualities does 101 1, 78 | intelligible; it follows that the natures of forms of the sensible 102 1, 83 | philosophers, who inquired into the natures of things, ~thought there 103 1, 83 | further admit in the soul natures and forms of each individual 104 1, 83 | matter; and through such natures of visible things it rises 105 1, 83 | the ~Platonists say, the natures of sensible things subsisted 106 1, 83 | species, which things are natures existing in individuals. ~ 107 1, 84 | inasmuch as it considers the natures of things in ~universal, 108 1, 84 | nevertheless, understands these natures in the phantasms ~since 109 1, 87 | natural relationship to the natures of ~material things; and 110 1, 88 | intellectual power of such natures: whereas ~the inferior intellectual 111 1, 88 | the inferior intellectual natures possess a greater number 112 1, 88 | intellectual power of the higher ~natures. If, therefore, the inferior 113 1, 88 | produced in the respective natures of ~natural things has been 114 1, 88 | know not only the specific ~natures of things, but also the 115 1, 93 | Adam knew the animals' ~natures; and in like manner he was 116 1, 95 | experimental knowledge of their natures. This is signified ~by the 117 1, 95 | expressive of their respective natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 118 1, 104 | and not only the universal natures of all forms, it follows ~ 119 1, 107 | for these differences of ~natures cannot be taken from them 120 1, 108 | nature of a thing, where natures ~are subordinate, actions 121 1, 111 | the superior incorporeal natures surpass all corporeal natures ~ 122 1, 111 | natures surpass all corporeal natures ~in multitude; because whatever 123 1, 113 | presuppose the corruption of our natures. Now it is in ~the power 124 1, 118 | added, cannot be different natures, since they are ~already 125 2, 49 | elements which suit the natures of the elements in one ~ 126 2, 49 | are many things for whose natures and ~operations several 127 2, 51 | Again, in respect of both natures, something may ~be called 128 2, 54 | their suitability to various natures, as stated ~above. But several 129 2, 63 | the difference between the natures to which ~their respective 130 2, 64 | confessing one Person and two natures in Christ, we observe the 131 2, 64 | of two ~persons and two natures, and the heresy of Eutyches, 132 2, 67 | have being in their own natures, which being is imperfect 133 2, 94 | certain obstacles (just as ~natures subject to generation and 134 2, 98 | the very order of various natures demands, viz. that ~the 135 2, 102 | denoted the union of the ~two natures"; or else the turtledove 136 2, 102 | that the Divine and human natures in Christ ~were denoted 137 2, 102 | and Son: or of the two ~natures in Christ: of the distinction 138 2, 109 | higher end, which lower natures can nowise reach; even as 139 2, 113 | account of their diverse natures. Hence He moves man to ~ 140 2, 9 | knowledge varies in various natures, according ~to the various 141 2, 51 | their respective proper natures, it follows ~that ignorance 142 2, 117 | according ~to their respective natures: thus, with regard to prodigality 143 2, 119 | according to their proper ~natures, the same beatitude must 144 3, 2 | Whether the union of the two natures is the greatest union?~( 145 3, 2 | Whether the union of the two natures in Christ was brought about 146 3, 2 | must understand not two natures, but one ~incarnate nature 147 3, 2 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, of two natures one is not denominated by 148 3, 2 | But the Divine and ~human natures in Christ are denominated 149 3, 2 | 11). Therefore from two natures one seems to have ~resulted.~ 150 3, 2 | of God appeared in two natures, without confusion, without 151 3, 2 | separation - the distinction of natures not ~having been taken away 152 3, 2 | because the Divine and human natures ~cannot constitute anything 153 3, 2 | from the Divine and human natures (a union in ~subsistence 154 3, 2 | sense is not that ~from two natures one results; but that the 155 3, 2 | in the Divine and human natures.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[1] 156 3, 2 | Christ we acknowledge two natures and one hypostasis."~Aquin.: 157 3, 2 | subsist in divers ~essences or natures. Hence just as when we speak 158 3, 2 | Christ be composed of two natures.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[4] 159 3, 2 | Christ composed of the two natures, it follows that this ~will 160 3, 2 | Christ we acknowledge two natures, but one hypostasis composed 161 3, 2 | Christ ~subsists in two natures. Hence though there is one 162 3, 2 | composition of a person from natures is not so called ~on account 163 3, 2 | to the union of the two ~natures Divine and human: which 164 3, 2 | of the union of the two ~natures in Christ. The first confused 165 3, 2 | The first confused the natures, as Eutyches and ~Dioscorus, 166 3, 2 | who held that from the two natures one nature resulted, so ~ 167 3, 2 | Christ to be "from" two natures (which were distinct ~before 168 3, 2 | union), but not "in" two natures (the distinction of nature ~ 169 3, 2 | i.e. destroying both ~natures), "confess a union by mingling; 170 3, 2 | of the Divine and human natures is ~not anything created. 171 3, 2 | Whether the union of the two natures in Christ is the greatest 172 3, 2 | that the union of the two natures in Christ is not ~the greatest 173 3, 2 | namely, the Divine and human natures; for they are infinitely ~ 174 3, 2 | of the Divine and human natures; and hence the union of 175 3, 2 | Person, in which the two natures are ~united, is the greatest. 176 3, 3 | can assume two individual natures?~(8) Whether it was more 177 3, 3 | as to subsist in several natures, ~for even in a created 178 3, 3 | a created person several natures may concur accidentally, 179 3, 3 | should be a ~concourse of natures in it, not accidentally, 180 3, 3 | Incarnate Person subsists in two natures. But the ~three Persons 181 3, 3 | no matter to which of the natures it may apply. Hence in this ~ 182 3, 3 | Person can assume two human natures?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[7] 183 3, 3 | cannot assume two human ~natures. For the nature assumed 184 3, 3 | Person to assume two human natures, there would be one suppositum 185 3, 3 | be one suppositum of ~two natures of the same species; which 186 3, 3 | iii, 7). But two human natures ~cannot be wholly united 187 3, 3 | give rise to confusion of natures. Therefore it is ~not possibly 188 3, 3 | Person to assume two human natures.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[7] 189 3, 3 | men by reason of the two natures, ~just as, on the contrary, 190 3, 3 | were to ~assume two human natures, He would be called, on 191 3, 3 | one man having two human natures. Now many men are said to 192 3, 3 | 3: The Divine and human natures do not bear the same relation ~ 193 3, 3 | its parts. Now in the two natures assumed there would be a 194 3, 4 | to assume several ~human natures, as was said above (Q[3], 195 3, 5 | Q[2], A[1]): ~but, the natures remaining distinct, He assumed 196 3, 5 | that there were not two ~natures in Christ, but only one; 197 3, 7 | remains distinction of ~natures, as stated above (Q[2], 198 3, 7 | account of the difference of natures. Hence it behooved it to 199 3, 9 | personal union contains two natures, it would seem that ~there 200 3, 9 | only, pertaining to both ~natures.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[9] A[1] 201 3, 9 | remains the ~distinction of natures. And therefore the soul 202 3, 9 | things in ~their proper natures by infused species; so likewise, 203 3, 10 | 6, the union of the two ~natures in the Person of Christ 204 3, 10 | the ~properties of both natures remained unconfused, i.e. " 205 3, 11 | remains the difference of natures. And hence to ~use comparison 206 3, 11 | knows different specific natures by different ~intelligible 207 3, 12 | In testimony of both natures are the angels said to ~ 208 3, 13 | remained the distinction of natures, each nature still retaining ~ 209 3, 16 | Now the Divine ~and human natures, although most widely apart, 210 3, 16 | mystery of the Incarnation the natures, being ~distinct, are not 211 3, 16 | Granted the reality of both natures, i.e. Divine and ~human, 212 3, 16 | only one suppositum of both natures. Now ~"God" and "Lord" are 213 3, 16 | of the human and Divine ~natures, was first of the Divine 214 3, 16 | words applicable to both natures, of them they predicated 215 3, 16 | what pertained ~to both natures, as "Christ" or "Lord." 216 3, 16 | is one hypostasis of both natures, the same hypostasis is 217 3, 16 | the same, but in different natures.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[16] A[ 218 3, 16 | Incarnation the Divine and human natures are not ~the same; but the 219 3, 16 | the hypostasis of the two natures is the same. And hence ~ 220 3, 16 | the properties of both natures may be predicated of the ~ 221 3, 16 | common hypostasis of both natures, no matter by what word 222 3, 17 | Incarnation there are two natures ~in one Person. But on account 223 3, 17 | there are two substantial natures, the human ~and the Divine. 224 3, 17 | Christ, since there are two natures, ~viz. the Divine and the 225 3, 17 | Christ with regard to the ~natures. Hence, if both the natures 226 3, 17 | natures. Hence, if both the natures were predicated in the abstract 227 3, 17 | two. But because the two natures ~are not predicated of Christ, 228 3, 17 | two words signifying two natures in the concrete. For I can 229 3, 17 | of the ~Incarnation both natures are not predicated in the 230 3, 17 | in Christ ~there are two natures, though there is one Person. 231 3, 17 | in Christ there are two natures and one ~hypostasis, it 232 3, 18 | in Christ ~there are two natures united in a hypostasis; 233 3, 19 | of the Divine and human natures in ~Christ are the same.~ 234 3, 19 | in Christ there are two natures in one hypostasis ~or person, 235 3, 19 | therefore two ~operating natures and forms."~Aquin.: SMT 236 3, 19 | second a confusion of the natures is supposed. Hence it is 237 3, 19 | operations or ~powers of both natures, but inasmuch as His Divine 238 3, 19 | the diversity of forms or natures spring ~the divers species 239 3, 19 | operations by reason of His two natures; nevertheless, each of the ~ 240 3, 20 | understood of the diversity of natures in the one ~person or hypostasis. 241 3, 24 | that the union itself of natures in the ~Person of Christ 242 3, 25 | Christ is adored in two natures, so as to introduce two 243 3, 25 | of the Divine and ~human natures, and one hypostasis, and 244 3, 31 | Himself, ~that, uniting both natures in the unity of one Person, 245 3, 37 | of ~the Divine and human natures in the Person of the Son 246 3, 43 | that, while there are two natures in Christ, ~there is "one," 247 3, 44 | Creator and Author of all natures, does nothing contrary to 248 3, 46 | observing the distinction of natures; ~so that it is the same 249 3, 46 | of the Divine and human ~natures, while each nature retains 250 3, 50 | Word of God subsists in two natures; and ~consequently, although 251 3, 59 | of the Divine ~and human natures: according to Jn. 1:14,16: " 252 3, 60 | genus, considered in their natures, yet have they something 253 3, 64 | according ~to their various natures, not as an animal is enticed 254 Suppl, 92| to Him, namely of the two natures in one Person, in regard


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