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The Current View
Principles and Distinctions
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abstractive knowledge according action agent analogical Aristotle attain Augustine authors beatific vision bonum honestum causality character concrete last end contemplation created creatures Cursus Denzinger determinate distinction divine Elter essence existence Father final cause formal object quod God's glory Gredt Hence Henri de Lubac Horvath human intellect human nature Ia IIae Ibid imperfect inasmuch infinite intellectual virtues intends intrinsic John of St known lect man's last end man's natural manner metaphysical order metaphysical universal mind moral order moral virtues moved natural and supernatural natural appetite natural beatitude natural desire natural end natural order natural psychological order ness non-repugnance ontological ordained participated Pegis perceived perfect beatitude philosophers pleasurable positive possession potency powers principle proper pure nature regard sake satisfy scholastic Scotus seek sense soul Suarez Summa theol summum bonum supernatural order supra supreme tends terminative Thomas Thomas says Thomists tion ultimate virtually Yves Simon