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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incorporeal

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | to the learned, as that incorporeal ~substances are not in space." 2 1, 3 | intelligence and reason, which are incorporeal, ~that man is said to be 3 1, 8 | be in place at all; for "incorporeal things," ~as Boethius says ( 4 1, 8 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Incorporeal things are in place not 5 1, 8 | continuous; and in this way incorporeal substances, ~like God, angel 6 1, 8 | surface. On ~the other hand, incorporeal substances have no totality 7 1, 8 | said ~that spiritual and incorporeal things were subject to the 8 1, 9 | place. On the other hand ~incorporeal substances, being subsistent 9 1, 9 | variation, as also are ~incorporeal and immaterial substances." 10 1, 10 | OBJ 4: As God, although incorporeal, is named in Scripture ~ 11 1, 11 | for instance, that He is incorporeal and ~infinite; and in the 12 1, 12 | body the ~essence of an incorporeal thing cannot be known. Much 13 1, 12 | things) but to see even incorporeal things." ~Now whoever can 14 1, 12 | things." ~Now whoever can see incorporeal things, can be raised up 15 1, 12 | corporeal things. ~For God is incorporeal, as was shown above (Q[3], 16 1, 12 | if they shall see ~that incorporeal nature;" and afterwards 17 1, 12 | raised up to understand ~incorporeal substance, which is above 18 1, 12 | receive it; and these are the incorporeal beings, called ~angels. 19 1, 12 | things according to the incorporeal and eternal ideas; ~which 20 1, 12 | imagination of God, Who ~is incorporeal. Therefore we cannot know 21 1, 13 | sense only; since He is incorporeal. But all such names imply 22 1, 18 | cannot be attributed to incorporeal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 23 1, 25 | however, the power of an incorporeal mover. The reason of this 24 1, 25 | to move without time. An ~incorporeal mover, however, is not a 25 1, 26 | do with God, since He is incorporeal. Therefore His ~beatitude 26 1, 46 | things, and especially of incorporeal things. Therefore ~creation 27 1, 50 | spiritual creature, altogether ~incorporeal?~(2) Supposing that an angel 28 1, 50 | Whether an angel is altogether incorporeal?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 29 1, 50 | an angel is not entirely incorporeal. For what ~is incorporeal 30 1, 50 | incorporeal. For what ~is incorporeal only as regards ourselves, 31 1, 50 | God, is ~not absolutely incorporeal. But Damascene says (De 32 1, 50 | an angel is said to be incorporeal and immaterial as regards 33 1, 50 | Therefore he is not simply ~incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 34 1, 50 | that, There must be some incorporeal creatures. For what is ~ 35 1, 50 | requires the existence of an ~incorporeal creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 36 1, 50 | proof ~that there are some incorporeal things comprehensible by 37 1, 50 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Incorporeal substances rank between 38 1, 50 | as immaterial as they are incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 39 1, 50 | distinct. Now as regards incorporeal substance, ~the intellect 40 1, 50 | that what distinguishes incorporeal from corporeal substance 41 1, 50 | understood that the form of incorporeal substance is impressed in 42 1, 50 | the angels, since they are incorporeal, as ~was shown above (A[ 43 1, 50 | magnitude, so in things ~incorporeal is it observed in regard 44 1, 50 | quantity, since they are incorporeal, but according to the diversity ~ 45 1, 51 | angels are ~understood to be incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 46 1, 51 | thought ~that there were no incorporeal substances existing except 47 1, 52 | learned is that things ~incorporeal are not in a place." And 48 1, 52 | contained by a place; because an incorporeal substance ~virtually contains 49 1, 59 | immovable, since they are incorporeal. ~Therefore there is no 50 1, 61 | incapable of ~understanding an incorporeal nature; and if it had been 51 1, 61 | heaven. For the angels are incorporeal substances. Now a substance 52 1, 61 | Now a substance which ~is incorporeal is not dependent upon a 53 1, 75 | likeness of a body to an incorporeal thing. If, ~therefore, the 54 1, 75 | body can be touched by an incorporeal thing, which moves that ~ 55 1, 75 | human intellect is not ~only incorporeal, but it is also a substance, 56 1, 75 | soul, is a principle both ~incorporeal and subsistent. For it is 57 1, 75 | the mind, is something ~incorporeal and subsistent.~Aquin.: 58 1, 75 | yet he referred both to an incorporeal principle, maintaining that ~ 59 1, 75 | this ~cannot be; for in incorporeal substances there cannot 60 1, 75 | which has no place in these incorporeal substances, such as an ~ 61 1, 76 | body, both because it is incorporeal, and because it is incorruptible. 62 1, 47 | things, and especially of incorporeal things. Therefore ~creation 63 1, 51 | spiritual creature, altogether ~incorporeal?~(2) Supposing that an angel 64 1, 51 | Whether an angel is altogether incorporeal?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 65 1, 51 | an angel is not entirely incorporeal. For what is incorporeal 66 1, 51 | incorporeal. For what is incorporeal only as regards ourselves, 67 1, 51 | God, is ~not absolutely incorporeal. But Damascene says (De 68 1, 51 | an angel is said to be incorporeal and immaterial as regards 69 1, 51 | Therefore he is not simply ~incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 70 1, 51 | that, There must be some incorporeal creatures. For what is ~ 71 1, 51 | requires the existence of an ~incorporeal creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 72 1, 51 | proof ~that there are some incorporeal things comprehensible by 73 1, 51 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Incorporeal substances rank between 74 1, 51 | as immaterial as they are incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 75 1, 51 | distinct. Now as regards incorporeal substance, ~the intellect 76 1, 51 | that what distinguishes incorporeal from corporeal substance 77 1, 51 | understood that the form of incorporeal substance is impressed in 78 1, 51 | the angels, since they are incorporeal, as ~was shown above (A[ 79 1, 51 | magnitude, so in things ~incorporeal is it observed in regard 80 1, 51 | quantity, since they are incorporeal, but according to the diversity ~ 81 1, 52 | angels are ~understood to be incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 82 1, 52 | thought ~that there were no incorporeal substances existing except 83 1, 53 | learned is that things ~incorporeal are not in a place." And 84 1, 53 | contained by a place; because an incorporeal substance ~virtually contains 85 1, 60 | immovable, since they are incorporeal. ~Therefore there is no 86 1, 62 | incapable of ~understanding an incorporeal nature; and if it had been 87 1, 62 | heaven. For the angels are incorporeal substances. Now a substance 88 1, 62 | Now a substance which ~is incorporeal is not dependent upon a 89 1, 74 | likeness of a body to an incorporeal thing. If, ~therefore, the 90 1, 74 | body can be touched by an incorporeal thing, which moves that ~ 91 1, 74 | human intellect is not ~only incorporeal, but it is also a substance, 92 1, 74 | soul, is a principle both ~incorporeal and subsistent. For it is 93 1, 74 | the mind, is something ~incorporeal and subsistent.~Aquin.: 94 1, 74 | yet he referred both to an incorporeal principle, maintaining that ~ 95 1, 74 | this ~cannot be; for in incorporeal substances there cannot 96 1, 74 | which has no place in these incorporeal substances, such as an ~ 97 1, 75 | body, both because it is incorporeal, and because ~it is incorruptible. 98 1, 83 | its action. And since the incorporeal cannot be affected by the ~ 99 1, 83 | make an impression on the incorporeal. And therefore in order 100 1, 83 | There are no phantasms of incorporeal things: for the imagination ~ 101 1, 83 | cannot understand anything incorporeal. Which is clearly false: ~ 102 1, 83 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: Incorporeal things, of which there are 103 1, 83 | by way of remotion. Other incorporeal ~substances we know, in 104 1, 86 | knows ~itself, because it is incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 105 1, 86 | by such participation of incorporeal beings. But as in ~this 106 1, 87 | itself the knowledge of incorporeal things." But these are the 107 1, 87 | mean that the knowledge of ~incorporeal things in the mind can be 108 1, 87 | attains to some knowledge of incorporeal substances, such as ~is 109 1, 87 | things ~through simple, nor incorporeal through corporeal."~Aquin.: 110 1, 88 | acquires the ~knowledge of incorporeal things by itself" - i.e. 111 1, 88 | joined to the world ~of incorporeal spiritual substances; and 112 1, 88 | corporeal things differ from incorporeal in ~genus, so they are distinct 113 1, 89 | existence ~of something incorporeal, not apart from the body, 114 1, 104 | contact, ~God, as being incorporeal, neither touches, nor is 115 1, 109 | admit the existence of ~incorporeal substances.~Aquin.: SMT 116 1, 111 | degree, so the superior incorporeal natures surpass all corporeal 117 2, 9 | will is a power absolutely incorporeal and immaterial. But it is 118 2, 9 | body can act on what is incorporeal, but rather the reverse: ~ 119 2, 9 | reverse: ~because things incorporeal and immaterial have a power 120 2, 17 | cannot be imagined, ~such as incorporeal things; or because of the 121 2, 93 | instance, the ~stability of incorporeal substances and of the heavenly 122 2, 102 | is a veil between us ~and incorporeal substances. Hence the high-priest 123 2, 2 | believe that God is one and ~incorporeal: which things philosophers 124 2, 93 | make an impression on an incorporeal ~body. Wherefore it is impossible 125 2, 173 | something spiritual and incorporeal, and then his ~body could 126 2, 173 | question was ~something incorporeal, or that he saw something 127 2, 173 | or that he saw something incorporeal in that ~heaven; yet this 128 3, 1 | uncreated, immutable, and incorporeal, ~produced mutable and corporeal 129 3, 2 | for the Divine Nature is incorporeal; nor after ~the manner of 130 3, 16 | qualification, "Christ is incorporeal" or "impassible"; in order 131 3, 16 | qualification, that Christ was ~incorporeal and impassible "in His Godhead."~ 132 3, 25 | God ~Himself, since He is incorporeal; because, as Damascene observes ( 133 3, 32 | thee - that is to say, the incorporeal Light of ~the Godhead shall 134 3, 39 | cannot conceive at all an incorporeal nature . . . so that, ~though 135 3, 50 | there was the impassible and incorporeal Word of God: the same was ~ 136 3, 52 | seemingly the soul, being incorporeal, cannot be a subject of 137 Suppl, 69| Wise men are agreed that ~incorporeal things are not in a place," 138 Suppl, 69| as separated souls are ~incorporeal, it would seem that some 139 Suppl, 69| after the manner in ~which incorporeal things can be in a place), 140 Suppl, 69| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Incorporeal things are not in place 141 Suppl, 69| something in common, and incorporeal things can have nothing 142 Suppl, 70| and his angels, who are incorporeal even as the soul. But how 143 Suppl, 70| united to place, even as incorporeal things are in a place. In 144 Suppl, 70| place. In this way ~created incorporeal spirits are confined to 145 Suppl, 70| thing is able to confine an incorporeal spirit to a place, it ~is 146 Suppl, 70| its nature to detain an incorporeal spirit in the place to ~ 147 Suppl, 70| Sent. iv, D, 44): "If the incorporeal spirit of a ~living man 148 Suppl, 70| nature is able to have an incorporeal spirit ~united to it as 149 Suppl, 80| being and power. ~And since incorporeal things lack quantity and 150 Suppl, 89| things), but to see even incorporeal ~things." Now any power 151 Suppl, 89| that is capable of knowing incorporeal things can ~be upraised 152 Suppl, 89| disparity of corporeal to incorporeal things is the ~same as of 153 Suppl, 89| things is the ~same as of incorporeal to corporeal. Now the incorporeal 154 Suppl, 89| incorporeal to corporeal. Now the incorporeal eye can see ~corporeal things. 155 Suppl, 89| corporeal eye can see the incorporeal: ~and consequently the same 156 Suppl, 89| Augustine, Ep. cxlvii): "An ~incorporeal thing is invisible to a 157 Suppl, 89| But God is supremely ~incorporeal. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 158 Suppl, 89| if they shall see that ~incorporeal nature": and then he goes 159 Suppl, 89| able to know perfectly ~incorporeal objects of knowledge.~Aquin.: 160 Suppl, 93| outwardly. But angels are ~incorporeal spirits. Therefore they 161 Suppl, 94| impossible for the soul, being incorporeal, to be punished with a ~ 162 Suppl, 94| after death be described as ~incorporeal, in so far as the soul is


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