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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intellective

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1 1, 12 | intellect. And since the intellective ~power of the creature is 2 1, 20 | they denote acts of the intellective ~appetite, they are not 3 1, 55 | this or that form. But ~the intellective power of the angel extends 4 1, 59 | 1/2~I answer that, The intellective appetite is not divided 5 1, 59 | that the object of the intellective appetite, otherwise known 6 1, 59 | what is good. Hence, in the intellective part, ~the appetite is not 7 1, 59 | exists in the angels ~only an intellective appetite, their appetite 8 1, 59 | the ~will, they are in the intellective part: in this sense to love 9 1, 62 | whom ~the movement of his intellective part is either retarded 10 1, 62 | impede the movement of his ~intellective nature; but not in the angels. 11 1, 63 | is potentiality in their intellective part, as ~regards their 12 1, 56 | this or that form. But ~the intellective power of the angel extends 13 1, 60 | 1/2~I answer that, The intellective appetite is not divided 14 1, 60 | that the object of the intellective appetite, otherwise known 15 1, 60 | what is good. Hence, in the intellective part, ~the appetite is not 16 1, 60 | exists in the angels ~only an intellective appetite, their appetite 17 1, 60 | the ~will, they are in the intellective part: in this sense to love 18 1, 63 | whom ~the movement of his intellective part is either retarded 19 1, 63 | impede the movement of his ~intellective nature; but not in the angels. 20 1, 64 | is potentiality in their intellective part, as ~regards their 21 1, 88 | intellectual ~substance possesses intellective power by the influence of 22 2, 3 | sensitive part, or of the ~intellective part only?~Aquin.: SMT FS 23 2, 3 | the senses, except the intellective operation. But in us the 24 2, 3 | operation. But in us the intellective ~operation depends on the 25 2, 3 | if happiness is in the intellective part, it is an operation 26 2, 4 | perfection of man as to his ~intellective part, wherein there are 27 2, 8 | sensitive appetite, as also the intellective or ~rational appetite, which 28 2, 17 | appetite differs from the ~intellective appetite, which is called 29 2, 17 | acts that ~proceed from the intellective or the animal appetite, 30 2, 20 | Ethic. ii, 6). But the intellective virtue in the ~commanding 31 2, 35 | apprehension, ~belongs to the intellective or sensitive appetite: since 32 2, 35 | like ~pleasure, is in the intellective or sensitive appetite.~Aquin.: 33 2, 35 | more material than the ~intellective. For this reason, as stated 34 2, 50 | first principles, in the ~intellective part of the soul.~Aquin.: 35 2, 50 | answer that, concerning intellective habits there have been various ~ 36 2, 50 | Whence it follows that the ~intellective habit is chiefly on the 37 2, 50 | in a secondary ~way the intellective habit can be in these powers. 38 2, 51 | it cannot belong to the intellective power itself ~capable of 39 2, 51 | be ~added to the angels' intellective power, some intelligible 40 2, 51 | object: and further, the intellective power, according as ~it 41 2, 56 | annexed to ~the habits of the intellective faculty, as we have said 42 2, 56 | prepare the way to the intellective knowledge. And therefore 43 2, 56 | phantasms are related to the ~intellective soul, as colors to sight ( 44 2, 57 | in any way, but only the intellective ~part; they may indeed be 45 2, 59 | discriminating between the intellective appetite, i.e. the will, 46 2, 59 | passions, are movements of the intellective appetite or will; but ~only 47 2, 59 | also the operations of the intellective ~appetite, i.e. the will, 48 2, 62 | perfect it, either as to the intellective, ~or as to the appetitive 49 2, 62 | virtues which perfect the ~intellective part are called intellectual; 50 2, 62 | to God, save through the intellective part, ~wherein are the intellect 51 2, 65 | intellectual virtues perfect the intellective part. But ~the intellectual 52 2, 77 | appetite cannot move the intellective appetite.~Aquin.: SMT FS 53 2, 80 | interior part of the soul is intellective and ~sensitive; and the 54 2, 80 | and ~sensitive; and the intellective part contains the intellect 55 2, 110 | soul. For as man in his intellective powers ~participates in 56 2, 8 | sensible qualities, whereas intellective knowledge penetrates ~into 57 2, 8 | appetitive rather than to the intellective part.~ 58 2, 14 | in ~connection with the intellective part of the soul: whereas 59 2, 14 | 2: The flesh acts on the intellective faculties, not by ~altering 60 2, 17 | concupiscible, and the intellective appetite, called the will, 61 2, 23 | namely the sensitive, and the intellective which is called the ~will, 62 2, 23 | whereas ~the object of the intellective appetite or will is good 63 2, 23 | not the sensitive, but the intellective appetite, i.e. the ~will.~ 64 2, 23 | the sensitive, not of the ~intellective appetite, as proved in the 65 2, 26 | but ~also as being in the intellective appetite or will. For the 66 2, 26 | the love, which is in the intellective appetite, also differs from ~ 67 2, 28 | denotes union not only of the intellective or rational appetite, or 68 2, 28 | denote a movement of the intellective appetite, in as much as 69 2, 42 | sensitive, and "mind" ~the intellective soul, because our nourishment, 70 2, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the intellective power is sufficiently perfected 71 2, 45 | distinctive of powers, i.e. the ~intellective power, wherein is prudence, 72 2, 46 | exceed the whole. Now the intellective ~memory or intelligence, 73 2, 47 | those things in ~which the intellective power is in full vigor, 74 2, 56 | other hand justice is in the intellective appetite as ~its subject, 75 2, 81 | are ~two operations of the intellective part. Of these the first 76 2, 81 | an operation, not of the intellective, but of the appetitive power.~ 77 2, 81 | appetitive, but of the intellective power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 78 2, 81 | But prayer belongs to the intellective part, as stated above (A[ 79 2, 81 | prayer which belongs to the intellective part is the chief of the ~ 80 2, 160 | as to belong also to the intellective appetite, to which also ~ 81 2, 160 | acceptation, as ~applicable to the intellective appetite. Wherefore pride 82 2, 163 | composed of a twofold nature, intellective and ~sensitive. Hence the 83 2, 165 | of curiosity can regard intellective knowledge?~(2) Whether it 84 2, 165 | Whether curiosity can be about intellective knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT SS 85 2, 165 | curiosity cannot be about intellective ~knowledge. Because, according 86 2, 165 | are essentially good. Now ~intellective knowledge is essentially 87 2, 165 | curiosity cannot be about intellective knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT SS 88 2, 165 | curiosity cannot be about the intellective ~knowledge of truth.~Aquin.: 89 2, 165 | can be about any kind of ~intellective knowledge, it would be chiefly 90 2, 165 | Therefore curiosity about intellective knowledge cannot be ~sinful.~ 91 2, 165 | Therefore curiosity about ~intellective sciences may be sinful.~ 92 2, 165 | manner special to man, to intellective knowledge, ~whether speculative 93 2, 166 | likewise, in so far as the intellective soul employs forces that ~ 94 2, 169 | knowledge, either ~sensitive or intellective, of some particular man, 95 2, 171 | is not ~imaginative but intellective vision that makes the prophet"; 96 2, 171 | understanding in a ~vision." Now intellective vision, as stated in the 97 2, 172 | which is accompanied by intellective and imaginative ~vision 98 2, 172 | which is accompanied by intellective ~vision alone?~Aquin.: SMT 99 2, 172 | that the prophecy which has intellective and ~imaginative vision 100 2, 172 | which is accompanied by ~intellective vision alone. For Augustine 101 2, 172 | refers to the prophet who has intellective together with imaginative ~ 102 2, 172 | Jeremias, and the like) had intellective together with ~imaginative 103 2, 172 | prophets those who had intellective together with imaginative 104 2, 172 | vision, ~than those who had intellective vision alone.~Aquin.: SMT 105 2, 173 | revelation pertains to the intellective power. Therefore ecstasy 106 2, 173 | appetite in man; to wit, the ~intellective appetite which is called 107 2, 173 | In one way, when a man's intellective appetite tends wholly to ~ 108 2, 173 | intentness of the soul on intellective knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT SS 109 2, 177 | contemplative, since the end of intellective ~knowledge is either the 110 2, 178 | intellect generically, but the ~intellective power is much higher in 111 3, 5 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the intellective power is not the act of 112 3, 7 | knowledge as regards the ~intellective part, yet in the imaginative 113 3, 9 | Christ would have had an intellective soul to no purpose if ~He 114 3, 10 | of Christ is ~below the intellective power of an angel, as is 115 3, 11 | for the perfection of His ~intellective soul, it seems that by this 116 3, 11 | the natural power of an intellective ~soul in comparison with 117 3, 11 | to the perfection of ~the intellective soul, not in speculative 118 3, 11 | phantasms are compared to man's intellective soul as ~colors to sight. 119 3, 11 | to colors. Therefore His intellective soul could ~understand nothing 120 3, 11 | colors; but the end of the intellective power is not to ~know phantasms, 121 3, 18 | difference of sensitive and ~intellective appetite in man. But in 122 3, 19 | and with the angels by His intellective ~soul, even as other men 123 3, 46 | the body, and in it the ~intellective faculty is rooted, as was 124 3, 55 | thirdly, in the ~works of the intellective life by their conversing 125 3, 63 | character is the soul as ~to its intellective part, where faith resides, 126 Suppl, 70| from the body, but only the intellective powers of the soul, and ~ 127 Suppl, 70| namely, which pertain to the ~intellective part, for the intellect 128 Suppl, 70| found perfectly in ~the intellective part, but partially in the 129 Suppl, 70| Wherefore, as the ~powers of the intellective part remain in the separated 130 Suppl, 70| imaginative power and as to the intellective power, with greater or ~ 131 Suppl, 70| imagination which pertains to the intellective ~faculty, in so far namely 132 Suppl, 70| the will which is in the intellective part: and ~in this way they 133 Suppl, 87| sometimes to be painful. But intellective vision is never painful 134 Suppl, 88| the second service as to ~intellective knowledge, since by that 135 Suppl, 92| concupiscible powers are not in the intellective but in the sensitive ~part,


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