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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | cognitive faculties form other images from ~those first conceived; 2 1, 12 | imagination from the preconceived images ~of a mountain and of gold 3 1, 12 | can be seen ~by certain images, but not by the likeness 4 1, 12 | natural knowledge through the images of His ~effects.~Aquin.: 5 1, 12 | reason contains two things: images derived from the sensible ~ 6 1, 12 | and sometimes also the images in the human ~imagination 7 1, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: From the images either received from sense 8 1, 12 | revelation given by the images a fuller ~knowledge is received 9 1, 13 | Hence, so far as concerns images, the same ~rules apply to 10 1, 14 | cognitive because it can receive images free from matter, and the ~ 11 1, 14 | essence of God contains their images as above explained; hence 12 1, 14 | own essence in which all ~images of things are comprehended. 13 1, 14 | material conditions like the images received in the ~imagination 14 1, 15 | formed by a plurality of images. ~Hence many ideas exist 15 1, 20 | them, even as we, by the images of things within us, know 16 1, 43 | spirit by the spiritual images of ~bodies. But whoever 17 1, 43 | the same relation to these images that the ~Son has to the 18 1, 54 | we sometimes hold fast to images of things as to the things ~ 19 1, 55 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: There are images of creatures in the angel' 20 1, 56 | upon the angelic mind the images of the things which ~He 21 1, 57 | imaginary vision, whereby the images of bodies are apprehended, ~ 22 1, 57 | for it apprehends only the images of bodies. The intellect 23 1, 57 | angel's intellect, which are images ~drawn from the Divine essence, 24 1, 57 | Divine essence, are the images of things not only as to ~ 25 1, 57 | which ~nevertheless are the images of things both as to their 26 1, 57 | angel more than ~do the images in our imagination; because 27 1, 57 | only potentially. But the ~images in our imagination can be 28 1, 76 | because the colors, the ~images of which are in the sight, 29 1, 43 | spirit by the spiritual images of ~bodies. But whoever 30 1, 43 | the same relation to these images that the ~Son has to the 31 1, 55 | we sometimes hold fast to images of things as to the things ~ 32 1, 56 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: There are images of creatures in the angel' 33 1, 57 | upon the angelic mind the images of the things which ~He 34 1, 58 | imaginary vision, whereby the images of bodies are apprehended, ~ 35 1, 58 | for it apprehends only the images of bodies. The intellect 36 1, 58 | angel's intellect, which are images ~drawn from the Divine essence, 37 1, 58 | Divine essence, are the images of things not only as to ~ 38 1, 58 | which ~nevertheless are the images of things both as to their 39 1, 58 | angel more than ~do the images in our imagination; because 40 1, 58 | only potentially. But the ~images in our imagination can be 41 1, 75 | because the colors, the ~images of which are in the sight, 42 1, 77 | which is effected by ~the images of bodies in the absence 43 1, 78 | contrary, phantasms are ~actual images of certain species, but 44 1, 83 | collects ~and lays hold of the images of bodies which are formed 45 1, 83 | soul understands bodies by images of bodies. ~Therefore the 46 1, 83 | for ~the formation of such images, and from which it forms 47 1, 83 | To the formation ~of such images the soul gives part of its 48 1, 83 | way the soul makes ~such images from itself; not that the 49 1, 83 | of the species of these images": and that this is the ~" 50 1, 83 | is informed with ~these images - namely, the imagination - 51 1, 83 | potentiality both to ~the images which are the principles 52 1, 83 | case if the soul had innate images of ~all intelligible things. 53 1, 83 | from the ideas as certain images thereof: so he held that 54 1, 83 | species of our intellect are images of the ideas, derived ~therefrom. 55 1, 83 | may see in a mirror the images of things reflected therein. 56 1, 83 | all knowledge is caused by images issuing from the ~bodies 57 1, 83 | cause by a "discharge of images." ~And the reason for this 58 1, 83 | caused by a discharge of images.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 59 1, 83 | order to show that corporeal images are impressed on the imagination, ~ 60 1, 83 | synthesis and analysis ~forms images of various things, even 61 1, 83 | between things, and their images. Nevertheless, the common 62 1, 83 | although it discriminates some ~images from the reality, yet is 63 1, 84 | matter and from material images, namely, phantasms.~Aquin.: 64 1, 84 | phantasms, since they are images of ~individuals, and exist 65 1, 85 | imagination receives certain images of some such ~events. These 66 1, 85 | some such ~events. These images are perceived more at night 67 1, 85 | produce in the imagination ~images from which the future may 68 1, 86 | they are known neither by images as bodies are known; nor 69 1, 92 | Prophet speaks of bodily images made by man. Therefore ~ 70 1, 92 | Effects are contingent ~images of their causes." But God 71 1, 92 | effects are "contingent images ~of their causes"; that 72 1, 93 | the ~soul adheres to the images of things as if they were 73 1, 93 | been ~deceived, adhering to images as to realities.~Aquin.: 74 1, 93 | are not deceived by ~such images, but only when it is not 75 1, 110 | the other ~spirit by these images, so that the latter either 76 1, 110 | that it knows what these ~images signify; and then there 77 1, 113 | imagination itself or the images ~formed therein were identified 78 2, 12 | the object seen; and the images retained ~in the memory, 79 2, 37 | evident with regard to the images of colors, which images 80 2, 37 | images of colors, which images are in the ~air and do not 81 2, 37 | parallel with spiritual images, because they are not ~naturally 82 2, 50 | like simple and immaterial images which ~it contains in itself."~ 83 2, 102 | therefore ~unfitting for graven images of the cherubim to be set 84 2, 102 | Is. 6:1,3). And so the images ~of the seraphim were set 85 2, 47 | finding these illustrations or images, is ~that simple and spiritual 86 2, 47 | preserves the ~figures of images entire." Fourthly, we should 87 2, 49 | it ~be ill disposed, the images therein appear distorted 88 2, 79 | Now adoration is paid to ~images under one aspect, and under 89 2, 79 | worship of religion is paid to images, not as ~considered in themselves, 90 2, 79 | themselves, nor as things, but as images leading us to God ~incarnate. 91 2, 79 | worship ~is paid to the images of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT SS 92 2, 92 | nefarious art, constructed images which produced ~certain 93 2, 92 | wherefore they deemed that ~the images themselves contained something 94 2, 92 | divine worship not to the images, but to ~the creatures represented 95 2, 92 | whom they worshipped in the images of those men: for ~instance, 96 2, 92 | remaining opinion relating ~to images was held to belong to "civil 97 2, 92 | world" means that those images which were called idols, 98 2, 92 | creature under the form of images that the term ~"idolatry" 99 2, 92 | even without ~the use of images.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 100 2, 92 | the true faith employs ~images for the divine worship: 101 2, 92 | the Tabernacle were there ~images of the cherubim, as related 102 2, 92 | and in the Church are ~images set up which the faithful 103 2, 92 | question of graven things and images. Therefore it is a sin ~ 104 2, 92 | again now in the Church are images set up that the worship 105 2, 92 | uncultured man saw human images skillfully ~fashioned by 106 2, 93 | name of Samuel, just as the images of ~things are wont to be 107 2, 93 | heavenly body, so that certain images appear to the sleeper, in 108 2, 93 | the demons that certain images appear to persons in their ~ 109 2, 94 | artificial bodies, e.g. images, also acquire from the ~ 110 2, 94 | Para. 2/2~Wherefore those images called astronomical also 111 2, 94 | action. Yet ~astronomical images differ from necromantic 112 2, 94 | differ from necromantic images in this, that the ~latter 113 2, 94 | demons: whereas ~in the other images there are tacit agreements 114 2, 97 | sacraments; also sacred images, and the ~relics of the 115 2, 120 | without having recourse to images. Hence Varro ~says that 116 2, 120 | worshiped gods without using ~images: and this worship is first 117 2, 120 | observed ~by using certain images: and so the very making 118 2, 120 | and so the very making of images was fittingly ~forbidden 119 2, 120 | the worship of those same images, by the words, "Thou ~shalt 120 2, 152 | does not regard some of the images ~formed by his imagination 121 2, 171 | they see them in certain ~images, according as they are enlightened 122 2, 171 | divine which is effected ~by images of things lacking a bodily 123 2, 171 | divine things." And these images illumined by the Divine 124 2, 171 | essence: since in a mirror ~images are formed from other things, 125 2, 171 | not effected by means of images, but by the very truth of ~ 126 2, 171 | senses (for ~instance, if images of colors were imprinted 127 2, 171 | in the production of the images, but not ~when they are 128 2, 171 | of bodily and ~individual images, but by an intelligible 129 2, 171 | presentation of sensible images. Now it is evident that 130 2, 171 | revelation is conveyed by images in the ~imagination, abstraction 131 2, 171 | ad lit. xii, 12): "Those images of bodies ~which are formed 132 2, 172 | things, by means of the images of things corporeal: he ~ 133 2, 172 | revealed by ~means of corporeal images, he that has both, namely 134 2, 172 | it be known by means of images of corporeal things, than 135 2, 172 | vision, which is conveyed by images and likenesses of corporeal ~ 136 2, 178 | light, they suppress all the images of their limited ~comprehension, 137 3, 8 | not as ~realities, but as images and shadows of what was 138 3, 25 | concerning the ~adoration of images. Therefore Christ's image 139 3, 25 | prohibition to adore those images ~which the Gentiles made 140 3, 25 | works. Now ~the adoration of images must be numbered among the 141 3, 25 | Gentiles used to adore the ~images themselves, as things, believing 142 3, 25 | things of which they were images; for they set up images 143 3, 25 | images; for they set up images to ~certain creatures, to 144 3, 25 | creatures, to whom in these images they gave the veneration 145 3, 31 | of nought but material images, are utterly unable to grasp 146 3, 39 | spirit through spiritual images of bodies; whereas no ~one 147 3, 76 | the multiplying ~of such images results in the broken mirror 148 3, 83 | Ad Simplician. ii), ~"the images of things are called by 149 3, 83 | things whereof they ~are the images; as when we look upon a 150 Suppl, 37| species, namely ~through the images of sensible objects. Consequently 151 Suppl, 38| blesses virgins who are images of the Church, Christ's ~ 152 Suppl, 70| 1~OBJ 3: Further, to see images of bodies, as occurs in 153 Suppl, 70| the ~separated soul sees images of bodies in the same way 154 Suppl, 70| and by means of sensible images to take ~cognizance of such 155 Suppl, 70| imagination wherein corporeal ~images are impressed; which cannot 156 Suppl, 70| soul. Or we ~may reply that images of things are in the soul, 157 Suppl, 70| respect that just as the images of ~corporeal things are 158 Suppl, 70| stated to result from real images of things, which images 159 Suppl, 70| images of things, which images the soul ~carries about 160 Suppl, 89| such ~intentions being images of their substances, not 161 Suppl, 89| wit, God be known by the images of other things, as He is 162 Suppl, 89| draws to his soul by the images of ~bodies" (Moral. v). 163 Suppl, 91| imperfection of vision: because the images of things whereby the soul ~ 164 Suppl, 94| death, not by bodies but ~by images of bodies; just as in a 165 Suppl, 94| on account of such like images being in his ~imagination.


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