Alphonsus Toletanus Vargas Commentary

Table of Questions

Liber I, prologus, q. 1 Utrum aliqua notitia evidens de veritatibus theologiae sit possibilis viatori de potentia Dei absoluta quae sit scientia proprie dicta. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 2 Utrum habitus theologicus possibilis viatori de lege communi sit scientia proprie dicta. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 3 Utrum habitus theologie possibilis viatori de lege communi sit realiter distinctus a fide. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 4 Utrum articuli fidei sint principia theologie. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 5 Utrum de ratione formali primi et per se subiecti habitus scientifici sit habere passiones distinctas a se realiter. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 6 Utrum habitus theologicus intellectus creati sit de Deo, ut Deus est tamquam de subiecto primo. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 7 Utrum habitus theologicus intellectus creati sit de Deo sub ratione finita tamquam de subiecto primo. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 8 Utrum ex infinitate subiecti primi formaliter sumpti necessario concludatur infinitas habitus scientifici. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 9 Utrum finis principaliter intentus in habitu theologico viatoris sit praxis vel speculatio. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, prologus, q. 10 Utrum habitus theologicus possibilis viatori de lege communi sit practicus vel speculativus. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 1 Utrum delectatio sit perfectior dilectionem. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 2 Utrum fruitio sit essentialiter dilectio vel delectatio. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 3 Utrum habitus theologicus intellectus creati sit de Deo sub ratione finita tanquam de subiecto primo. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 4 Utrum fruitio qua creatura rationalis nostre fruitur Deo beatifice ipsa manente in creatura possit non esse fruitio sibi. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 5 Utrum debitum obiectum fruitionis ordinate possit esse aliqua res creata. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 6 Utrum voluntas creata per suam propriam efficaciam et ingenitam libertatem possit non frui obiecto beatifico clare viso. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 7 Utrum voluntas creata de potentia Dei absoluta possit non frui obiecto beatifico clare viso. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 8 Utrum voluntas creata possit ordinate frui essentia divina non fruendo personis. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 2, Q. 1 Utrum Deum esse trinum et unum possit naturaliter demonstrari. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 3, Q. 1 Utrum partes imaginis create sint equalis perfectionis entitative. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 3, Q. 2 Utrum quelibet pars imaginis create sit totalis causa effectiva sui actus. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 4, Q. 1 Utrum potentia generandi in Deo sit vera potentia productiva. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 5, Q. 1 Utrum essentia divina generet vel generetur. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 6, Q. 1 Utrum Pater genuit Filium voluntate an necessitate. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 7, Q. 1 Utrum potentia generandi in divinis sit essentia vel proprietas. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 8, Q. 1 Utrum primum in entibus sit tantum aliquid et non aliquid et aliquid per exclusionem omnis distinctionis et non identitatis ex natura rei perfectionum attributalium. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 9, Q. 1 Utrum generatio Filii sit realiter prior processione Spiritus Sancti. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 10, Q. 1 Utrum Spiritus Sanctus procedat a Patre et Filio tamquam ab uno libero principio. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 11 et 12, Q. 1 Utrum Spiritus Sanctus procedat a Patre et Filio tamquam ab uno libero principio. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 13, Q. 1 Utrum generatio et spiratio in Deo realiter distinguantur. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 14-16, Q. 1 Utrum cuilibet persone divine vere conveniat missio. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 17, Q. 1 Utrum charitas augeatur secundum esse. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 17, Q. 2 Utrum charitas augeatur per depuratione a contrario. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 17, Q. 3 Utrum charitas augeatur per additionem partis ad partem, utraque parte remanente. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 17, Q. 4 Utrum gradus adveniens in augmento charitatis ab intellectu creato possit intuitive videri non viso priori. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 18, Q. 1 Utrum aliquis possit esse Deo charus et acceptus ad vitam eternam sine dono charitatis infuse eius animam formaliter informante. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 19 et 20, Q. 1 Utrum per se et proximum fundamentum receptivum equalitatis in creaturis sit natura specifica vel mutabilis. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 19 et 20, Q. 2 Utrum trium personarum in divinis sit equalitas summa. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 21, Q. 1 Utrum ista propositio sit concedenda ‘solus pater est Deus’. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22 et 23, Q. 1 Utrum nomina dicta de Deo dicuntur de ipso formaliter. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 24, Q. 1 Utrum trinitas personarum in divinis sit verus numerus. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 25, 26, et 27, Q. 1 Utrum persone divine distinguantur personaliter proprietatibus absolutis vel relativis. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 28, 29, et 30, Q. 1 Utrum omnis relatio realis in creaturis sit res distincta a rebus absolutis. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 28, 29, et 30, Q. 2 Utrum Dei ad creaturam sit relatio realis. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 28, 29, et 30, Q. 3 Utrum Deus referatur temporaliter ad creaturam relatione reali que sit formaliter in ipso vel in creatura. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 31, 32, 33, et 34, Q. 1 Utrum essentia divina sit eadem realiter proprietatibus relativis. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 31, 32, 33, et 34, Q. 2 Utrum essentia divina sit eadem formaliter proprietatibus. draft No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 35, Q. 1 Utrum Deus cognoscat aliquid extra se. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 37 et 39, Q. 1 Utrum omnis propositio de futuo a Deo prescita in sua veritate sit infallibilis et necessaria. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 40 et 41, Q. 1 Utrum omnis predestinatus ab eterno fuerit predestinatibus. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 42, 43, et 44, Q. 1 Utrum omnis propositio de futuro contingenti determinate vera per divinam potentiam possit numquam fuisse vera. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, 46, 47, et 48, Q. 1 Utrum quilibet homo potens uti libero arbitrio teneatur sub pena peccati voluntatem suam voluntati divine universaliter in volito conformare. Not Started No Review View on GitHub

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