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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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properties

    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | the infinite seem to be properties of ~quantity. Therefore 2 1, 13 | know substance from its properties ~and operations, so we name 3 1, 13 | of ~its nature from its properties and effects. Hence because 4 1, 13 | possess something of the properties ~of Achilles, such as strength. 5 1, 18 | A[1]), so from external properties names are often ~imposed 6 1, 18 | strictly, to denote the ~properties by reason of which they 7 1, 30 | Further, Plurality of absolute properties does not make a ~distinction 8 1, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: The absolute properties in God, such as goodness 9 1, 30 | persons. But the absolute properties in creatures do not subsist, ~ 10 1, 30 | other hand, the relative properties in God subsist, and ~are 11 1, 30 | plurality of the relative ~properties as stated above (A[1]). 12 1, 30 | procession - are called personal ~properties, constituting as it were 13 1, 30 | God, like other corporeal properties, such as ~length, breadth, 14 1, 31 | according to determinate properties. But "difference" is taken 15 1, 32 | of persons], in the three properties; i.e. ~in the paternal, 16 1, 32 | Therefore we must ~admit properties and notions in God.~Aquin.: 17 1, 32 | that in God there were no properties or notions, and wherever 18 1, 32 | distinguished; and these ~are the properties or notions signified by 19 1, 32 | these are what we mean by ~properties and notions. ~Aquin.: SMT 20 1, 32 | 4], ad 3). Four only are properties. For "common ~spiration" 21 1, 32 | opposition, the several properties of one Person, as they are 22 1, 34 | there will be several more ~properties in God than those above 23 1, 36 | similarly, on account of His two properties, the Father would be two ~ 24 1, 36 | by reason of ~the several properties the Father can be called 25 1, 36 | not by reason of relative properties that we speak of ~similitude 26 1, 39 | to the essence, to ~the properties, and to the notional acts; 27 1, 39 | that is, ~three personal properties in the Father, Son and Holy 28 1, 39 | reason than the personal ~properties; because we can derive certain 29 1, 39 | obtain regarding the personal properties, as was above ~explained ( 30 1, 39 | concept to liken them to the properties of the ~Persons.~Aquin.: 31 1, 40 | COMPARED TO THE RELATIONS OR PROPERTIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 32 1, 40 | with the relations, or ~properties; and there are four points 33 1, 40 | the same way, the other properties are the same as the ~persons.~ 34 1, 40 | Some ~have said that the properties are not the persons, nor 35 1, 40 | identity, said that the properties ~were indeed the persons; 36 1, 40 | they said, there ~are no properties in God except in our way 37 1, 40 | however, say that there are properties in God; as ~we have shown ( 38 1, 40 | form, we must say that the ~properties are in the persons, and 39 1, 40 | same person. For personal properties are the same as the persons ~ 40 1, 40 | Ghost. But the ~non-personal properties are the same as the persons 41 1, 40 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: The properties are said to be in the essence, 42 1, 40 | in its subject. Thus the properties determine and distinguish 43 1, 40 | to a "suppositum." Now, properties are not designated as ~" 44 1, 40 | being predicated ~of the properties.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 45 1, 40 | that the relations, or the ~properties, make known the distinctions 46 1, 40 | as also in creatures the properties manifest the ~distinctions 47 1, 40 | Now the ~relations or the properties distinguish or constitute 48 1, 40 | hypostases remain if the properties or ~relations are mentally 49 1, 40 | in ~the intellect if the properties are removed; but not the 50 1, 40 | matter, if the ~non-personal properties are removed, then the idea 51 1, 40 | remains. For the personal properties are not to ~be understood 52 1, 40 | which are to be regarded as properties of dignity, constitute ~ 53 1, 40 | are thus called "personal properties." Hence, ~if these relations 54 1, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the properties presuppose the notional 55 1, 40 | are understood before the ~properties. For the Master of the Sentences 56 1, 40 | to the opinion that the properties do not ~distinguish and 57 1, 40 | simply ~precedes the personal properties of the person proceeding; 58 1, 41 | or by the names of the properties. Therefore, in addition ~ 59 1, 45 | according to some of their ~properties, and if everything created 60 1, 45 | Trinity in each of these ~(properties): and so on to infinitude.~ 61 1, 50 | 2: Further, wherever the properties of matter exist, there is ~ 62 1, 50 | there is ~matter. Now the properties of matter are to receive 63 1, 50 | subject": ~and the above properties are found in the angel. 64 1, 51 | the Sacred Scripture the properties of ~intelligible things 65 1, 51 | represent the intelligible properties of an angel. ~And this is 66 1, 51 | sensible, but in order that properties of intelligible things may 67 1, 51 | purpose, that the spiritual ~properties and works of the angels 68 1, 51 | may be manifested by the properties of ~man and of his works. 69 1, 51 | assume true men; because the properties of such men would lead us 70 1, 58 | deceived as to the natural properties of ~anything; but they can 71 1, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: All these properties are assigned to light metaphorically, ~ 72 1, 75 | 2: Further, wherever the properties of matter are found, there ~ 73 1, 75 | there ~matter is. But the properties of matter are found in the 74 1, 77 | accident, as being natural ~properties of the soul. When Augustine 75 1, 77 | the soul are its natural properties. But ~the subject is the 76 1, 77 | the soul are its natural properties. But ~properties are always 77 1, 77 | natural properties. But ~properties are always in that to which 78 1, 77 | separate soul, are not the properties of the soul alone, but of 79 1, 39 | to the essence, to ~the properties, and to the notional acts; 80 1, 39 | that is, ~three personal properties in the Father, Son and Holy 81 1, 39 | reason than the personal properties; because we can derive certain 82 1, 39 | obtain regarding the personal properties, as was above ~explained ( 83 1, 39 | concept to liken them to the properties of the ~Persons.~Aquin.: 84 1, 40 | COMPARED TO THE RELATIONS OR PROPERTIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 85 1, 40 | with the relations, or ~properties; and there are four points 86 1, 40 | the same way, the other properties are the same as the ~persons.~ 87 1, 40 | Some ~have said that the properties are not the persons, nor 88 1, 40 | identity, said that the properties ~were indeed the persons; 89 1, 40 | they said, there ~are no properties in God except in our way 90 1, 40 | however, say that there are properties in God; as ~we have shown ( 91 1, 40 | form, we must say that the ~properties are in the persons, and 92 1, 40 | same person. For personal properties are the same as the persons ~ 93 1, 40 | Ghost. But the ~non-personal properties are the same as the persons 94 1, 40 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: The properties are said to be in the essence, 95 1, 40 | in its subject. Thus the properties determine and distinguish 96 1, 40 | to a "suppositum." Now, properties are not designated as ~" 97 1, 40 | being predicated ~of the properties.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 98 1, 40 | that the relations, or the ~properties, make known the distinctions 99 1, 40 | as also in creatures the properties manifest the ~distinctions 100 1, 40 | Now the ~relations or the properties distinguish or constitute 101 1, 40 | hypostases remain if the properties or ~relations are mentally 102 1, 40 | in ~the intellect if the properties are removed; but not the 103 1, 40 | matter, if the ~non-personal properties are removed, then the idea 104 1, 40 | remains. For the personal properties are not to ~be understood 105 1, 40 | which are to be regarded as properties of dignity, constitute ~ 106 1, 40 | are thus called "personal properties." Hence, ~if these relations 107 1, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the properties presuppose the notional 108 1, 40 | are understood before the ~properties. For the Master of the Sentences 109 1, 40 | to the opinion that the properties do not ~distinguish and 110 1, 40 | simply ~precedes the personal properties of the person proceeding; 111 1, 41 | or by the names of the properties. Therefore, in addition ~ 112 1, 46 | according to some of their ~properties, and if everything created 113 1, 46 | Trinity in each of these ~(properties): and so on to infinitude.~ 114 1, 51 | 2: Further, wherever the properties of matter exist, there is ~ 115 1, 51 | there is ~matter. Now the properties of matter are to receive 116 1, 51 | subject": ~and the above properties are found in the angel. 117 1, 52 | the Sacred Scripture the properties of ~intelligible things 118 1, 52 | represent the intelligible properties of an angel. And this is 119 1, 52 | sensible, but in order that properties of intelligible things may 120 1, 52 | purpose, that the spiritual ~properties and works of the angels 121 1, 52 | may be manifested by the properties of ~man and of his works. 122 1, 52 | assume true men; because the properties of such men would lead us 123 1, 59 | deceived as to the natural properties of ~anything; but they can 124 1, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: All these properties are assigned to light metaphorically, ~ 125 1, 74 | 2: Further, wherever the properties of matter are found, there ~ 126 1, 74 | there ~matter is. But the properties of matter are found in the 127 1, 76 | accident, as being natural ~properties of the soul. When Augustine 128 1, 76 | the soul are its natural properties. But ~the subject is the 129 1, 76 | the soul are its natural properties. But ~properties are always 130 1, 76 | natural properties. But ~properties are always in that to which 131 1, 76 | separate soul, are not the properties of the soul alone, but of 132 1, 83 | of knowing the essential ~properties of those things which he 133 1, 84 | consider color and ~its properties, without reference to the 134 1, 84 | then it understands the properties, accidents, and the various ~ 135 1, 87 | them inferior corporeal properties. Hence it follows that much ~ 136 1, 92 | common than the intellectual properties, wherein the image is ~properly 137 1, 105 | angels designate their properties." Now the Seraphim are so 138 1, 106 | our mind, rising above the properties of ~bodily speech, should 139 1, 107 | natural?~(5) Of the names and properties of each order.~(6) Of the 140 1, 107 | Seraphim" according to the ~properties of fire, containing an excess 141 1, 107 | Dionysius, ~considering the properties of the orders as derived 142 1, 111 | ministry. Now the angelic properties are manifested by their ~ 143 2, 27 | its parts, powers, and properties. On the other hand, love 144 2, 28 | Hier. vii) in reckoning the properties belonging to the Seraphim' 145 2, 55 | of virtue; (5) ~certain properties of virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 146 2, 64 | We must now consider the properties of virtues: and (1) the 147 2, 65 | according to certain general properties ~of the virtues: for instance, 148 2, 65 | matter we consider these properties to be. ~In this way the 149 2, 66 | virtues to be four general ~properties of virtues, each of which 150 2, 66 | unless they have all these properties equal. Augustine alludes 151 2, 85 | is constituted, and the properties that ~flow from them, such 152 2, 94 | moreover its own natural ~properties are in the soul, such as 153 2, 110 | since the powers are natural properties of ~the soul following upon 154 2, 110 | of the soul are natural properties ~following upon the species, 155 2, 111 | have certain conditions or properties, and that by doing certain 156 2, 41 | view, but its medicinal properties in checking ~sin; wherefore 157 2, 127 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the properties of every virtue are praiseworthy. 158 2, 127 | magnanimity has certain properties that call for blame. For, 159 2, 127 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: These properties in so far as they belong 160 3, 2 | with the Word, its natural properties still remaining, and hence 161 3, 2 | operations and the natural properties, and whatever ~belongs to 162 3, 3 | of holding three personal properties, so likewise if we mentally 163 3, 3 | mentally exclude ~the personal properties there will still remain 164 3, 3 | 2: Even if the personal properties of the three Persons are ~ 165 3, 3 | Persons, although the personal properties are different. Now whenever 166 3, 3 | a ~communication of the properties belonging to the nature, 167 3, 8 | soul life and the other properties which ~belong specifically 168 3, 10 | in such a way that the ~properties of both natures remained 169 3, 16 | assumed ~the idioms," i.e. the properties, "of flesh, since God is 170 3, 16 | it the idioms," i.e. the properties, ~"of the humanity; for 171 3, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the properties of both natures may be predicated 172 3, 16 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: All the properties of the human, just as of 173 3, 17 | its determinate individual properties, as "Son of ~God" implies 174 3, 17 | and not the individuating properties. Hence it does not follow ~ 175 3, 39 | which ~are signified by the properties of the dove. For the dove 176 3, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the properties of a thing lead us to a 177 3, 39 | this were a real dove, its properties would have ~signified the 178 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The properties of the dove lead us to understand 179 3, 39 | fact that the dove has such properties, it results that it ~signifies 180 3, 66 | of Baptism, to which the properties ~of water correspond. For 181 3, 66 | pure water, for it has the ~properties of heating and drying, which 182 3, 66 | Consequently rain-water retains no properties of any mixed ~body; which 183 3, 66 | there are three ~Personal Properties of the Divine Persons, as 184 3, 67 | answer that, Just as the properties and duties of the heavenly 185 3, 72 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: These properties of oil, by reason of which 186 3, 73 | according to its various properties or effects.~Aquin.: SMT 187 3, 78 | since they refer to the properties of this sacrament.~Aquin.: 188 3, 81 | various times ~the four properties of a glorified body - namely, 189 Suppl, 29| on account of its natural properties, and the efficacy ~thereof 190 Suppl, 70| at least are its natural properties. Now that which is in a ~ 191 Suppl, 70| severed ~from its natural properties. Therefore it is impossible 192 Suppl, 70| is changed in its natural properties, since these ~cannot change 193 Suppl, 70| is the principle ~of the properties of a composite being. Some 194 Suppl, 70| matter, is the origin of the properties which ~result naturally 195 Suppl, 72| the ~elements, its natural properties are more like the properties 196 Suppl, 72| properties are more like the properties of glory, ~and this is especially 197 Suppl, 76| these powers are accidental ~properties, diversity on their part 198 Suppl, 80| glorified ~body. For the properties of glory surpass the properties 199 Suppl, 80| properties of glory surpass the properties of nature, even ~as the 200 Suppl, 80| principles and the hidden natural properties of ~a thing. In like manner 201 Suppl, 80| nature were endowed with the properties of the heavenly nature ~ 202 Suppl, 80| that, agility and the other properties of a glorified body. Hence 203 Suppl, 88| spirits will receive the ~properties of the higher spirits, because 204 Suppl, 89| unless it reach to the ~properties of a thing. For to know 205 Suppl, 89| matter and from all the properties of matter. Therefore, since 206 Suppl, 89| considered, such as its various ~properties and relations to other things: 207 Suppl, 93| resemblances to the various properties of the thing ~from which 208 Suppl, 94| from ours ~in some of its properties. We may also reply that 209 Suppl, 94| It has, however, certain properties differing from our fire, ~


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