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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | The soul feels where it ~sees, and lives where it feels, 2 1, 8 | it lives." But the soul sees ~as it were everywhere: 3 1, 8 | it is said that the soul sees anywhere, this can be ~taken 4 1, 8 | it is true ~that while it sees the heavens, it sees in 5 1, 8 | it sees the heavens, it sees in the heavens; and in the 6 1, 8 | where the soul feels and sees, ~there it is, and there 7 1, 12 | of those who see God, one sees Him more perfectly than ~ 8 1, 12 | intellect knows at once what it sees in God?~(11) Whether in 9 1, 12 | cause of any effect which he sees; and thence arises wonder ~ 10 1, 12 | and the form whereby it sees, from that one same thing.~ 11 1, 12 | when any created intellect sees the ~essence of God, the 12 1, 12 | the essence of God, one sees more perfectly than ~another?~ 13 1, 12 | follows then ~that if one sees Him more perfectly than 14 1, 12 | the essence of God, one sees Him more ~perfectly than 15 1, 12 | simple. Therefore ~whoever sees His essence, comprehends 16 1, 12 | the thing seen. But he who sees the ~essence of God, sees 17 1, 12 | sees the ~essence of God, sees Him wholly, if the mode 18 1, 12 | considered; forasmuch as he sees Him as He is; also, likewise, 19 1, 12 | He is; also, likewise, he sees ~Him wholly if the mode 20 1, 12 | knows. Therefore he who sees God's ~essence, sees in 21 1, 12 | who sees God's ~essence, sees in Him that He exists infinitely, 22 1, 12 | not see, who see Him ~Who sees all things?" But God sees 23 1, 12 | sees all things?" But God sees all things. Therefore those 24 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, whoever sees a mirror, sees what is reflected 25 1, 12 | whoever sees a mirror, sees what is reflected in the ~ 26 1, 12 | Himself. Therefore whoever sees God, ~sees all actual things 27 1, 12 | Therefore whoever sees God, ~sees all actual things in Him, 28 1, 12 | incongruous. Therefore he who sees God knows all ~things.~Aquin.: 29 1, 12 | alone. Therefore whosoever sees the essence of ~God, does 30 1, 12 | more, the more perfectly it sees God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 31 1, 12 | not follow that whoever sees God knows all things, ~for 32 1, 12 | not necessary that whoever sees a mirror should see ~all 33 1, 12 | and these everyone who ~sees the Divine essence will 34 1, 12 | the intellect of one who sees the Divine essence ~understands 35 1, 12 | created intellect of one who sees God is assimilated to ~what 36 1, 12 | or any other person who sees God, by the very vision 37 1, 12 | creature is the angel who sees God. ~Therefore those who 38 1, 14 | object; as when the eye sees a man through the image 39 1, 14 | 3/3~So we say that God sees Himself in Himself, because 40 1, 14 | Himself in Himself, because He sees Himself ~through His essence; 41 1, 14 | through His essence; and He sees other things not in themselves, 42 1, 14 | which it is said that God "sees ~nothing outside Himself" 43 1, 14 | here and there; but He sees all things together at once."~ 44 1, 14 | things in a mirror. Now God sees all things in ~one (thing), 45 1, 14 | is Himself. Therefore God sees all things together, ~and 46 1, 14 | discursion ceases. Hence as God ~sees His effects in Himself as 47 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God sees the effects of created causes 48 1, 14 | after him; whereas he who sees the whole road from a ~height, 49 1, 14 | whole road from a ~height, sees at once all travelling by 50 1, 14 | knowledge, forasmuch as ~He sees all things other than Himself 51 1, 22 | not ~hold with God, Who sees everything simultaneously 52 1, 57 | and chance events; for God sees all things in His eternity, 53 1, 57 | OBJ 2: Although one angel sees the intelligible species 54 1, 58 | Word, and the things he sees in the Word. For the ~bliss 55 1, 58 | by contemplating ~Himself sees that being which things 56 1, 60 | impossible that whoever ~sees Him in His essence should 57 1, 72 | workshop of an artificer he sees in ~it many appliances of 58 1, 75 | whole. For we say that man sees with the eye, and feels ~ 59 1, 75 | understands, as the eye sees; but it ~is more correct 60 1, 76 | virtue of a part, as a man sees by his eye; or ~through 61 1, 76 | do not say that the wall sees, but ~rather that it is 62 1, 76 | do not say that the hand sees because the eye ~sees. Therefore 63 1, 76 | hand sees because the eye ~sees. Therefore if the intellect 64 1, 77 | senseless, yet not quite dead, sees some things by ~imaginary 65 1, 58 | and chance events; for God sees all things in His eternity, 66 1, 58 | OBJ 2: Although one angel sees the intelligible species 67 1, 59 | Word, and the things he sees in the Word. For the ~bliss 68 1, 59 | by contemplating ~Himself sees that being which things 69 1, 61 | impossible that whoever ~sees Him in His essence should 70 1, 71 | workshop of an artificer he sees in ~it many appliances of 71 1, 74 | whole. For we say that man sees with the eye, and feels ~ 72 1, 74 | understands, as the eye sees; but it ~is more correct 73 1, 75 | virtue of a part, as a man sees by his eye; or ~through 74 1, 75 | do not say that the wall sees, but ~rather that it is 75 1, 75 | do not say that the hand sees because the eye ~sees. Therefore 76 1, 75 | hand sees because the eye ~sees. Therefore if the intellect 77 1, 76 | senseless, yet not quite dead, sees some things by ~imaginary 78 1, 77 | sheep runs away when it sees a wolf, not on ~account 79 1, 77 | perceived; as when someone sees that he sees. For this ~ 80 1, 77 | when someone sees that he sees. For this ~cannot be done 81 1, 78 | forasmuch as in contemplation it sees ~them in themselves, and 82 1, 81 | the will of the man ~who sees God in His essence of necessity 83 1, 83 | forms?~(5) Whether our soul sees in the eternal ideas all 84 1, 83 | man may judge that what he sees is a dream, discerning, 85 1, 84 | that by which the sight sees ~is the likeness of the 86 1, 84 | the senses. For the sight sees the ~color of the apple 87 1, 84 | time: hence ~it is that God sees all things at the same time, 88 1, 84 | the same time, because He sees all in ~one, that is, in 89 1, 84 | OBJ 4: If the intellect sees the difference or comparison 90 1, 92 | for instance, when anyone ~sees a man reflected in a looking-glass 91 1, 92 | blissfully adhere, whatever it ~sees it will see as unchangeable"; 92 1, 93 | the intellect of a man who sees the Divine Essence has the 93 1, 93 | unhappiness. Wherefore no one who ~sees the Essence of God can willingly 94 1, 104 | is hidden; as when a man ~sees an eclipse without knowing 95 1, 105 | types, the more perfectly he sees God. Hence ~a superior angel 96 1, 106 | the Word; for as one ever sees ~the other, so he ever sees 97 1, 106 | sees ~the other, so he ever sees what is ordered to himself. 98 2, 3 | that of a man or angel who sees ~It indeed, but comprehends 99 2, 4 | delight. Consequently, he who ~sees God cannot need delight.~ 100 2, 4 | that the will of him who sees the Essence of God, ~of 101 2, 4 | as ~the will of him who sees not God's Essence, of necessity, 102 2, 5 | some fault; and he that sees God ~cannot fall into a 103 2, 9 | Thus the sight sometimes ~sees actually, and sometimes 104 2, 9 | actually, and sometimes sees not: and sometimes it sees 105 2, 9 | sees not: and sometimes it sees white, and ~sometimes black. 106 2, 12 | intention, but because He sees our intention. ~Or because, 107 2, 17 | whole body that ~the eye sees; so is it with the powers 108 2, 32 | which comes to man ~when he sees an effect of which the cause 109 2, 38 | ourselves: so that when a man sees others saddened by his own 110 2, 38 | friends condole with ~him, he sees that he is loved by them, 111 2, 61 | virtues." Thus prudence sees nought else but the things 112 2, 67 | viz. that the believer sees not ~what he believes: whereas 113 2, 69 | dines at court, but also sees the king's countenance. 114 2, 96 | particular case in which he sees ~that the letter of the 115 2, 102 | business. The owl, ~which sees clearly at night, but cannot 116 2, 1 | of the other virtues, man sees what is becoming to him ~ 117 2, 4 | as to assent to what it sees not. Accordingly if anyone ~ 118 2, 4 | deceived, than about what he sees with his ~own reason, which 119 2, 5 | believes, not because he sees it ~either in itself, or 120 2, 10 | 33:6 about the man who "sees the sword coming and sounds ~ 121 2, 25 | benefactor; but the benefactor sees his virtuous good in the 122 2, 25 | recipient, ~while the recipient sees his useful good in the benefactor. 123 2, 29 | as friendship or charity sees, in the benefit ~bestowed, 124 2, 32 | is impossible for one who sees God in His ~Essence, to 125 2, 34 | so far as the envious man sees his neighbor prosper ~notwithstanding 126 2, 39 | secretly. When, however, he sees himself ~prevailing, he 127 2, 45 | A prudent man is one who sees ~as it were from afar, for 128 2, 47 | prudent man ~is one who sees from afar [porro videns]": 129 2, 56 | faith is to believe what one sees not."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] 130 2, 93 | are present, ~as when he sees Socrates running or walking: 131 2, 93 | Who alone in His ~eternity sees the future as though it 132 2, 94 | fears a flogging when he sees ~his master's anger. Possibly 133 2, 102 | especially before God, Who sees not only the ~outward deed, 134 2, 104 | more, since by Whom he sees me to have been recovered 135 2, 104 | torpor of sin, by Him he sees himself to have been from 136 2, 104 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: God alone sees man's disposition in itself: 137 2, 165 | on account of things he sees represented. ~Hence Chrysostom 138 2, 169 | of prophecy from what he sees otherwise.~Aquin.: SMT SS 139 2, 169 | in so far, to wit, as it sees them in ~their presentiality: 140 2, 169 | their causes, inasmuch as it sees ~the order of causes in 141 2, 171 | for God in His eternity sees all things as present ~before 142 2, 171 | outwardly from those he sees in imagination. ~Hence Augustine 143 2, 172 | is less a prophet, who sees in spirit nothing but the 144 2, 172 | intelligible truth, ~than when he sees things significative of 145 2, 172 | when a prophet ~not only sees signs of words or deeds, 146 2, 172 | either awake or asleep, ~sees someone speaking or showing 147 2, 178 | small to ~the soul that sees its Creator: wherefore when 148 2, 178 | His glory; but the soul sees something of lower degree, ~ 149 2, 178 | creatures are small to him that sees God," it follows ~that all 150 2, 178 | itself, but because one sees a ~person whom one loves. 151 2, 179 | being occupied ~with work, sees less, and yet since it urges 152 2, 179 | being occupied with work, sees less," wherefore it is signified 153 2, 180 | being occupied with work, sees less." Therefore the active ~ 154 3, 7 | one assents to what ~one sees not, so is it of the nature 155 3, 9 | beatific knowledge whereby it sees God in essence.~Aquin.: 156 3, 10 | likewise the soul of Christ sees the whole Essence of God, 157 3, 10 | in the principle. But God sees His Essence more perfectly 158 3, 10 | things the more perfectly it sees the Word. Yet no beatified 159 3, 10 | Whether the soul of Christ sees the Word or the Divine Essence 160 3, 10 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, God sees His Word infinitely more 161 3, 10 | the manner in which God sees His Word, and the manner 162 3, 10 | which ~the soul of Christ sees the Word. Therefore we cannot 163 3, 10 | that the ~soul of Christ sees the Word or the Divine Essence 164 3, 10 | Therefore the soul ~of Christ sees God more perfectly than 165 3, 10 | the rest of creatures it sees the First ~Truth itself, 166 3, 10 | that even amongst men one sees a conclusion in ~a medium 167 3, 15 | seeks to better whatever He sees to ~be evil in it, and if 168 3, 15 | it, inasmuch as the mind sees and enjoys God; in the body, 169 3, 33 | sight has been ~restored sees naturally by sight miraculously 170 3, 41 | by tempting us, when he sees us alone. ~Thus did he tempt 171 3, 64 | God does not see what he sees in himself: ~he thinks, 172 3, 76 | But the ~glorified eye sees Christ always, as He is 173 3, 76 | of the Divine intellect, sees all supernatural ~things 174 3, 76 | Christ's own bodily eye sees Himself existing under the ~ 175 3, 77 | sight is given miraculously, sees naturally.~Aquin.: SMT TP 176 3, 80 | feeble-minded, as a man who sees dimly is said not to see: ~ 177 Suppl, 36| God does not ~see what he sees in himself; he thinks, by 178 Suppl, 49| pleasure in his wife when he sees no ~more in her that he 179 Suppl, 58| then he believes that he sees ~the demons. But such assertions 180 Suppl, 62| judgment of man, because man sees not the heart as God ~does.~ 181 Suppl, 70| that the ~separated soul sees images of bodies in the 182 Suppl, 70| yet not quite ~dead, it sees some things which many have 183 Suppl, 70| except in so far as it sees that ~image: wherefore he 184 Suppl, 70| the contrary, ~if the soul sees the fire of hell, it cannot 185 Suppl, 70| mere fact that the soul sees the fire makes ~the soul 186 Suppl, 70| besides the fact that the soul sees the fire, ~there must needs 187 Suppl, 71| probability from ~what one sees outwardly of a man: for 188 Suppl, 72| little ~to the soul that sees God: because however little 189 Suppl, 72| because however little it sees of the ~Creator's light, 190 Suppl, 72| by seeing His ~essence, sees all things. But it does 191 Suppl, 72| not follow that whoever sees God's ~essence knows all 192 Suppl, 72| not see, who see Him Who sees all." ~Therefore it will 193 Suppl, 79| is ~the case with one who sees what he knew before. The 194 Suppl, 79| Therefore if ~the glorified eye sees at an angle, it follows 195 Suppl, 79| angle, it follows that it sees things within ~a certain 196 Suppl, 84| blotted out because God sees ~them not for the purpose 197 Suppl, 84| must admit that each one sees them all at the same time.~ 198 Suppl, 88| know God, inasmuch as man sees ~the invisible things of 199 Suppl, 89| they will see all that God sees?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[ 200 Suppl, 89| is the ~same whereby God sees Himself, as regards that 201 Suppl, 89| is seen, ~because as He sees Himself in His essence so 202 Suppl, 89| he who has stronger sight sees more clearly. Consequently 203 Suppl, 89| the same thing that God sees, namely His essence, but ~ 204 Suppl, 89| seeing God, see all that God sees? [*Cf. FP, Q[12], ~AA[7], 205 Suppl, 89| essence, see all ~that God sees in Himself. For as Isidore 206 Suppl, 89| ii.), "to the soul ~which sees its Creator all creatures 207 Suppl, 89| OBJ 6: Further, whoever sees a mirror sees the things 208 Suppl, 89| Further, whoever sees a mirror sees the things reflected in 209 Suppl, 89| Christ. Now Christ's ~soul sees all things in the Word. 210 Suppl, 89| Therefore the intellect that sees God ~in His essence knows 211 Suppl, 89| is quick of ~intelligence sees more conclusions than one 212 Suppl, 89| essence see all that God sees by ~His knowledge of vision. 213 Suppl, 89| do not see all that God sees because they do not comprehend ~ 214 Suppl, 89| in His essence, each one sees in His essence so much the 215 Suppl, 89| things according as he sees the Divine essence the more 216 Suppl, 89| the medium by which one sees, and whereby God sees all ~ 217 Suppl, 89| one sees, and whereby God sees all ~things. That all things, 218 Suppl, 89| 3: The created intellect sees the Divine essence not according ~ 219 Suppl, 89| thus sometimes the sight sees not a stone, through the 220 Suppl, 89| the intellect of one who ~sees God, it is united thereto 221 Suppl, 89| the more according as one sees the Divine ~essence more 222 Suppl, 89| its end. Wherefore he who sees God in His ~essence, even 223 Suppl, 89| except in so far as it sees Him more fully. Hence ~Augustine 224 Suppl, 89| not follow that whoever sees the eternal mirror sees 225 Suppl, 89| sees the eternal mirror sees all that is ~reflected in 226 Suppl, 89| that mirror: since he who sees the cause does not of ~necessity 227 Suppl, 89| things therein, even as it sees them now; ~while others 228 Suppl, 89| concerning those things ~which it sees in the Word better than 229 Suppl, 91| most perfect knowledge sees all things, beautiful and 230 Suppl, 95| will; wherefore whoever sees Him in His essence cannot ~


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