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E. which which is is Quae tota non in eo quod similarly used as illustration, Ixiv. 217). external to the master. external to the whitened thing. DE TRINITATE being anything, but simply attach Those cateto it, so to speak, something external. in terms of its substance gories which describe a thing may be called substantial categories when they apply to things as subjects they are called accidents. In reference to God, who is not a subject at all, it is nothing about its ; only possible to employ the category of substance.

M. 10 and pr. 11 (m/ra, pp. ). six 38 FROM THE SAME TO THE SAME HOW SUBSTANCES CAN BE GOOD IN VIRTUE OF THEIR EXISTENCE WITHOUT BEING ABSOLUTE GOODS You me and explain somewhat more a clearly that obscure question in my Hebdomads concerning the manner in which substances can be good ask to state in virtue of existence without being absolute goods. 6 You urge that demonstration this is necessary because the method of this kind of treatise is not can bear witness with what eagerBut I ness you have already attacked the subject.

Cated substantially it would be affirmed of the three It is Persons both separately and collectively. evident that these terms are relative, for the Father is some one's Father, the Son is some one's Son, the Hence not even Trinity Spirit is some one's Spirit. b may be substantially predicated of God for the Father is not Trinity since He who is Father is not Son and Holy Spirit nor yet, by parity of reasoning, ; the Son Trinity nor the Holy Spirit Trinity, but the Trinity consists in diversity of Persons, the Unity in simplicity of substance.

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