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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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apprehended

    Part, Question
1 1, 16 | kind of logical being, ~apprehended, that is, by reason.~Aquin.: 2 1, 16 | said that being cannot be apprehended except ~under the notion 3 1, 16 | to mean that being is not apprehended, unless the idea of ~the 4 1, 16 | mean that being cannot be apprehended unless the idea of ~the 5 1, 16 | the idea of ~the true be apprehended also; and this is false. 6 1, 16 | But the true cannot be ~apprehended unless the idea of being 7 1, 16 | unless the idea of being be apprehended also; since being is ~included 8 1, 17 | the thing; but what is ~apprehended, is the truth of the intellect, 9 1, 17 | is that which is not as apprehended. To ~apprehend being, and 10 1, 18 | action through the form apprehended by sense. Hence ~such animals 11 1, 19 | have a like aptitude ~as apprehended through its intelligible 12 1, 50 | world but what could be apprehended ~by sense and imagination. 13 1, 55 | everything understood is apprehended by some likeness within ~ 14 1, 57 | the images of bodies are apprehended, ~and by sensible vision, 15 1, 57 | faculty, knows everything apprehended by the five ~outward senses, 16 1, 58 | intelligible species, are apprehended as ~different intelligible 17 1, 58 | apprehension of anything newly ~apprehended it does not at once grasp 18 1, 58 | which, nevertheless, ~can be apprehended by various ways of knowing 19 1, 59 | follows that the good is apprehended by the intellect as something 20 1, 63 | because the good which is apprehended moves the appetite, whether ~ 21 1, 70 | and ~power of the soul are apprehended through its operation, which 22 1, 76 | impossible for matter to be apprehended as hot, or as ~having quantity, 23 1, 76 | Therefore ~as matter is apprehended as perfected in its existence, 24 1, 51 | world but what could be apprehended ~by sense and imagination. 25 1, 56 | everything understood is apprehended by some likeness within ~ 26 1, 58 | the images of bodies are apprehended, ~and by sensible vision, 27 1, 58 | faculty, knows everything apprehended by the five ~outward senses, 28 1, 59 | intelligible species, are apprehended as ~different intelligible 29 1, 59 | apprehension of anything newly ~apprehended it does not at once grasp 30 1, 59 | which, nevertheless, ~can be apprehended by various ways of knowing 31 1, 60 | follows that the good is apprehended by the intellect as something 32 1, 64 | because the good which is apprehended moves the appetite, whether ~ 33 1, 71 | and ~power of the soul are apprehended through its operation, which 34 1, 75 | impossible for matter to be apprehended as hot, or as ~having quantity, 35 1, 75 | Therefore ~as matter is apprehended as perfected in its existence, 36 1, 77 | appetite" results from the form apprehended; this sort of appetite ~ 37 1, 77 | moved towards something apprehended and absent. Therefore an 38 1, 77 | senses: yet, in the thing apprehended through the senses, the ~ 39 1, 78 | things which are not actually apprehended, we must first ~of all consider 40 1, 78 | hence all such things are apprehended by ~the same power of sight. 41 1, 78 | of sight. Now, to a thing apprehended by the intellect, it ~is 42 1, 79 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: What is apprehended and what is desired are 43 1, 79 | in aspect: for a thing is apprehended as something ~sensible or 44 1, 79 | appetible object whether it be apprehended by the sense or by the ~ 45 1, 79 | naturally moved by the thing apprehended: ~wherefore the apprehended 46 1, 79 | apprehended: ~wherefore the apprehended appetible is a mover which 47 1, 79 | Therefore, ~since what is apprehended by the intellect and what 48 1, 79 | the intellect and what is apprehended by ~sense are generically 49 1, 79 | the thing desired to be apprehended ~by the sense or the intellect; 50 1, 79 | appetite except as it is ~apprehended. Wherefore differences in 51 1, 79 | differences in the thing apprehended are of ~themselves differences 52 1, 79 | distinction of the things apprehended, as their ~proper objects.~ 53 1, 79 | immaterial good, which is not ~apprehended by sense, such as knowledge, 54 1, 80 | very fact that the thing ~apprehended is in the one that apprehends: 55 1, 80 | desire ~things which are apprehended through the bodily senses. 56 1, 81 | 3: Further, as the thing apprehended by sense is the object of 57 1, 81 | sensitive appetite, so the thing apprehended by the intellect is the ~ 58 1, 81 | called the will. But what ~is apprehended by the sense moves the sensitive 59 1, 81 | it seems that whatever is apprehended by the ~intellect moves 60 1, 81 | will, because the good ~apprehended by the intellect moves without 61 1, 83 | the knowledge of what is apprehended through that sense is ~wanting 62 1, 84 | man; but that humanity ~be apprehended without conditions of individuality, 63 1, 104 | the desirable ~object when apprehended. Therefore God moves as 64 1, 104 | apprehension. But He cannot be apprehended except by the intellect, 65 1, 104 | moves as being desired and apprehended by ~that which is moved; 66 1, 110 | in one way - by the good apprehended by the intellect. Hence 67 1, 110 | the cause why anything be apprehended as an ~appetible good, so 68 2, 2 | For it results from a good apprehended by sense, which is a power 69 2, 2 | pertaining to the ~body, and apprehended by sense, cannot be man' 70 2, 2 | bodily delight through being apprehended by sense, is not ~man's 71 2, 5 | he knows not; since the apprehended good is the object of the ~ 72 2, 6 | sensible, which, on being apprehended, moves the appetite. Thus 73 2, 6 | voluntary; inasmuch as, having apprehended the end, a man can, from ~ 74 2, 6 | nature, nevertheless is ~apprehended as something good and suitable 75 2, 8 | the will, follows from an apprehended ~form. Therefore, just as 76 2, 8 | tends to a good which is ~apprehended. Consequently, in order 77 2, 8 | very truth, but that it be ~apprehended as good. Wherefore the Philosopher 78 2, 8 | in so far as they ~are apprehended, are beings. Accordingly, 79 2, 8 | like are ~beings, they are apprehended under the aspect of good; 80 2, 9 | since the good itself is apprehended under a ~special aspect 81 2, 9 | above (A[1]), that which is apprehended as good ~and fitting, moves 82 2, 10 | only by the universal good ~apprehended by the reason, but also 83 2, 10 | reason, but also by good apprehended by sense. ~Wherefore he 84 2, 13 | object of the will is the apprehended good, we ~must judge of 85 2, 13 | will according as it is apprehended. And ~so, just as sometimes 86 2, 13 | tends to something which is apprehended as ~good, and yet is not 87 2, 13 | sometimes made of ~something apprehended as possible to the chooser, 88 2, 13 | is Happiness, cannot be apprehended by the reason as an evil, 89 2, 15 | appetitive movement to the ~apprehended end has not the nature of 90 2, 17 | But some things which are apprehended do not ~convince the intellect 91 2, 17 | sensitive appetite is ~something apprehended by sense or imagination. 92 2, 19 | to the particular good, apprehended by the sensitive power. 93 2, 19 | that is not previously ~apprehended by reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 94 2, 19 | according as it is accidentally apprehended by reason as ~something 95 2, 19 | accidentally, through being apprehended as such by the reason. In 96 2, 19 | in itself, or that it be apprehended as evil. But ~in order for 97 2, 19 | we ~know not: since the apprehended good is the object of the 98 2, 19 | universal the aspect of the apprehended good, the more universal ~ 99 2, 19 | universe is that which is apprehended by God, Who is the ~Maker 100 2, 20 | will by the reason, as good apprehended and ~ordained by the reason: 101 2, 23 | sensible good or evil, simply apprehended as such, ~which causes pleasure 102 2, 26 | to wisdom, which is not ~apprehended by the senses. Therefore 103 2, 27 | the appetite, except as ~apprehended. And therefore love demands 104 2, 29 | appetite with that which is apprehended as ~suitable; while hatred 105 2, 29 | appetite from that which is ~apprehended as repugnant and hurtful. 106 2, 29 | Just as a thing may be apprehended as good, when it is not ~ 107 2, 29 | good; so a thing may be apprehended as evil, whereas it is not ~ 108 2, 29 | and the same thing being ~apprehended by one as good, by another 109 2, 30 | pleasurable because it is apprehended as ~suitable to the animal: 110 2, 30 | animal appetite, once it is apprehended. And in ~this way there 111 2, 30 | object of the appetite is the apprehended ~good. Hence diversity of 112 2, 30 | according as a thing is apprehended as suitable, either by ~ 113 2, 30 | because it is finite as apprehended. For it cannot be apprehended 114 2, 30 | apprehended. For it cannot be apprehended as ~infinite, since the 115 2, 31 | appetite of the soul is an ~apprehended good, diversity of apprehension 116 2, 32 | pleasurable unless they were apprehended as possessed. For as the ~ 117 2, 32 | therefore a thing cannot be apprehended all at once as a whole, 118 2, 35 | because contraries, as apprehended by the mind, are not ~contrary, 119 2, 35 | inward sorrow arises from the apprehended likeness of a contrary. ~ 120 2, 35 | appetite; and whatever is apprehended by sense may be ~apprehended 121 2, 35 | apprehended by sense may be ~apprehended by imagination and reason, 122 2, 35 | pain is not caused by the apprehended likeness of a ~thing: for 123 2, 35 | not inwardly pained by the apprehended likeness ~itself, but by 124 2, 35 | all the more perfectly apprehended by means of its likeness, 125 2, 36 | and even a ~privation, as apprehended, has the aspect of a being, 126 2, 36 | The loss itself of good is apprehended as an evil, just as ~the 127 2, 36 | as ~the loss of evil is apprehended as a good: and in this sense 128 2, 40 | to various aspects of the apprehended object. For the ~apprehension 129 2, 42 | not feared if it be not apprehended as ~future: but if evil 130 2, 42 | that is corruptive, be apprehended as near ~at hand, and yet 131 2, 43 | object of ~pleasure is good apprehended as suitable and conjoined: 132 2, 43 | good becomes suitable or is apprehended as such.~Aquin.: SMT FS 133 2, 43 | the fact that the cause apprehended as ~harmful is powerful, 134 2, 44 | repel, and because they ~are apprehended as near to us, as stated 135 2, 55 | that we apprehend, is not apprehended with the notion of white ~ 136 2, 60 | passions, according as it is apprehended by sense, ~imagination, 137 2, 62 | loving, unless that thing be apprehended by ~the sense or by the 138 2, 64 | Body Para. 2/3~Now truth apprehended by our intellect, if we 139 2, 67 | the object of love is good apprehended. Since therefore the apprehension ~ 140 2, 74 | as soon as he had ~thus apprehended it, before he has had time 141 2, 76 | its object is the good ~apprehended. Therefore ignorance cannot 142 2, 77 | s object, which is ~good apprehended by reason. Because the judgment 143 2, 80 | object, inasmuch as the apprehended appetible is ~said to move 144 2, 80 | Reply OBJ 2: That which is apprehended by the senses or the imagination ~ 145 2, 84 | appetibility, ~merely through being apprehended, viz. the excellence of 146 2, 94 | in those things that are apprehended ~universally. For that which, 147 2, 94 | inclination, are naturally apprehended by reason as being good, 148 2, 4 | except in so far as it is apprehended by the ~intellect. Hence, 149 2, 7 | movements is ~the good or evil apprehended: and consequently the principle 150 2, 7 | appetite, in so far as the apprehended good moves ~the appetite.~ 151 2, 16 | is ~possible for it to be apprehended by a man, and it is in this 152 2, 23 | sensitive appetite is a good apprehended by sense, whereas ~the object 153 2, 23 | according as it can be apprehended by the ~intellect. Now the 154 2, 32 | motion save by something ~apprehended. Now God can be apprehended 155 2, 32 | apprehended. Now God can be apprehended by man in two ways; first, 156 2, 32 | true in so far as God is apprehended as ~the cause of such effects 157 2, 34 | happen that another's good is apprehended as one's own evil, and in 158 2, 96 | will, whose object is the ~apprehended good. Wherefore if the false 159 2, 96 | Wherefore if the false be apprehended as true, it will ~be materially 160 2, 96 | If ~something false be apprehended as false, it will be false 161 2, 96 | If that which is true be apprehended as false, it will be ~materially 162 2, 121 | that are ~unpleasant as apprehended by the soul - for instance, 163 2, 142 | ability: wherefore it is not apprehended as ~fearful, and for this 164 2, 143 | moves the appetite is an apprehended good. ~Now if a thing is 165 2, 143 | beautiful as soon as it is apprehended, ~it is taken to be something 166 3, 15 | hurtful or evil ~interiorly, apprehended by the reason or the imagination, 167 3, 24 | nature in reality, can be apprehended either as under that form ~ 168 3, 24 | to Him as ~understood or apprehended to exist in human nature, 169 3, 46 | from its interior powers, apprehended most ~vehemently all the 170 3, 62 | agent in so far as it is apprehended and desired by him. On the ~ 171 3, 62 | which, inasmuch as it was apprehended by the mind, was able to ~ 172 Suppl, 70| so far, to wit, as it is apprehended as something ~hurtful, and 173 Suppl, 70| be distressed unless it apprehended the ~fire as hurtful to 174 Suppl, 70| it: wherefore the fire as apprehended is the proximate ~cause 175 Suppl, 70| far as the thing seen is apprehended as hurtful, not that it 176 Suppl, 79| urine. And since God is apprehended by the saints as the type 177 Suppl, 87| pleasure when they ~are apprehended, but it is impossible for 178 Suppl, 87| give pleasure when it is apprehended. Therefore since God ~is 179 Suppl, 87| Augustine applies when the thing apprehended ~previously by the intellect 180 Suppl, 89| know things which cannot be apprehended ~corporeally.~Aquin.: SMT 181 Suppl, 95| is moved by good or evil apprehended. Now ~God is apprehended 182 Suppl, 95| apprehended. Now ~God is apprehended in two ways, namely in Himself,


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