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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | enriched their books with ~the ideas and phrases of the philosophers, 2 1, 6 | the existence of separate ideas (Q[84], A[4]) of all ~things, 3 1, 6 | participating in ~the separate ideas; for instance, that Socrates 4 1, 6 | as he laid down separate ideas of ~man and horse which 5 1, 6 | likewise he laid down separate ideas of "being" and of "one," 6 1, 6 | unreasonable in affirming separate ~ideas of natural things as subsisting 7 1, 12 | had certain similitudes or ideas of what he ~actually saw 8 1, 12 | seen by any similitudes or ~ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 9 1, 12 | intellect, from the preconceived ideas of genus and difference, 10 1, 12 | things by means of many ideas. But ~our intellect cannot 11 1, 12 | informed by many diverse ideas at the ~same time, so as 12 1, 12 | know ~things by diverse ideas given them, the angels do 13 1, 12 | incorporeal and eternal ideas; ~which unless they were 14 1, 13 | i), words ~are signs of ideas, and ideas the similitude 15 1, 13 | are signs of ideas, and ideas the similitude of things, 16 1, 13 | notion. Therefore if these ideas are ~many, and the thing 17 1, 13 | seems also that all these ideas are vain ~notions.~Aquin.: 18 1, 13 | do not signify different ideas; and thus ~they are synonymous.~ 19 1, 13 | that there are different ideas as regards the diverse things 20 1, 13 | Philosopher says, "are signs of ideas." But we know ~creatures 21 1, 13 | forming composition in its ideas concerning ~God.~ 22 1, 14 | knowledge of God are called ideas, to the consideration ~of 23 1, 14 | be added the treatment of ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] Out. 24 1, 15 | 15] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF IDEAS (THREE ARTICLES)~After considering 25 1, 15 | it remains to consider ideas. ~And about this there are 26 1, 15 | inquiry:~(1) Whether there are ideas?~(2) Whether they are many, 27 1, 15 | only?~(3) Whether there are ideas of all things known by God?~ 28 1, 15 | Para. 1/1~Whether there are ideas?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 29 1, 15 | seems that there are no ideas. For Dionysius says (Div. 30 1, 15 | does not know things by ideas. But ideas are for nothing ~ 31 1, 15 | know things by ideas. But ideas are for nothing ~else except 32 1, 15 | Therefore there are no ~ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 33 1, 15 | therefore necessary to suppose ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 34 1, 15 | is ~the power inherent in ideas, that no one can be wise 35 1, 15 | is necessary to suppose ideas in the divine mind. For ~ 36 1, 15 | Latin "forma." Hence by ideas are understood ~the forms 37 1, 15 | either ~case we must suppose ideas, as is clear for the following 38 1, 15 | of Plato, who held that ideas existed of themselves, and 39 1, 15 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether ideas are many?~Aquin.: SMT FP 40 1, 15 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that ideas are not many. For an idea 41 1, 15 | there is no plurality of ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 42 1, 15 | Further, if it be said that ideas are multiplied according 43 1, 15 | contrary ~that the plurality of ideas is eternal. If, then, ideas 44 1, 15 | ideas is eternal. If, then, ideas are many, but ~creatures 45 1, 15 | eternity, ~the plurality of ideas cannot be from eternity, 46 1, 15 | cannot be from eternity, if ideas are multiplied ~only according 47 1, 15 | generation, and procession." Ideas therefore are not many.~ 48 1, 15 | Tri. Quaest. qu. xlvi), "Ideas ~are certain principal forms, 49 1, 15 | necessarily be held that ideas are many. In proof ~of which 50 1, 15 | whole, ~unless particular ideas are had of those parts of 51 1, 15 | mind there are the proper ideas of all things. Hence Augustine ~ 52 1, 15 | that in the ~divine mind ideas are many. Now it can easily 53 1, 15 | plurality of images. ~Hence many ideas exist in the divine mind, 54 1, 15 | things and these are many ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 55 1, 15 | this or ~that thing. Hence ideas are said to be many, inasmuch 56 1, 15 | of things; or that many ideas are in His ~intellect as 57 1, 15 | Such relations, whereby ideas are multiplied, are caused ~ 58 1, 15 | 4: Relations multiplying ideas do not exist in created 59 1, 15 | Para. 1/1~Whether there are ideas of all things that God knows?~ 60 1, 15 | seems that there are not ideas in God of all things that 61 1, 15 | Therefore there are ~not ideas of all things that God knows.~ 62 1, 15 | such things there are no ~ideas, since, as Dionysius says ( 63 1, 15 | Therefore there are ~not in God ideas of all things known by Him. ~ 64 1, 15 | accidents. But there are not ideas of these, ~according to 65 1, 15 | teaching, who first taught ideas, as Augustine says ~(Octog. 66 1, 15 | Therefore there are not ideas in God of ~all things known 67 1, 15 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Ideas are types existing in the 68 1, 15 | knows; and therefore He has ideas of ~all things known by 69 1, 15 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As ideas, according to Plato, are 70 1, 18 | God through their ~proper ideas, which in God are not distinct 71 1, 18 | sensible being. Hence the ideas of things, though not ~existing 72 1, 18 | the divine ~mind, by the ideas of them, than in themselves. 73 1, 28 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, ideas in God are eternal (Q[15], 74 1, 32 | realities, but by way of certain ideas whereby the persons are ~ 75 1, 32 | their simplicity, the proper ideas of the persons can be abstractedly ~ 76 1, 32 | notions are signified ~as ideas notifying the persons. Therefore, 77 1, 32 | because they are different ideas of the ~persons; as we do 78 1, 34 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, ideas (in God) are many according 79 1, 41 | according to the number of ideas ~understood. Hence the quality 80 1, 44 | Aristotle (De ~Gener. ii), or ideas, according to Plato. But 81 1, 44 | the same as the idea. But ideas, ~according to Augustine ( 82 1, 44 | which types we have ~called ideas - i.e. exemplar forms existing 83 1, 44 | Q[15], ~A[1]). And these ideas, though multiplied by their 84 1, 44 | For we ~abstract universal ideas by force of the active intellect 85 1, 47 | things. ~Still, according as ideas are called exemplars, the 86 1, 47 | exemplars, the plurality of ideas ~corresponds in the divine 87 1, 55 | causality, as the universal ideas of ~things are in the Word 88 1, 55 | nature, as the ~universal ideas of things are in the angelic 89 1, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the ideas of our intellect resemble 90 1, 58 | medium, namely, by innate ideas, or ~by the forms of things 91 1, 58 | so far as through innate ideas they know the being ~which 92 1, 41 | according to the number of ideas ~understood. Hence the quality 93 1, 45 | Aristotle (De ~Gener. ii), or ideas, according to Plato. But 94 1, 45 | the same as the idea. But ideas, ~according to Augustine ( 95 1, 45 | which types we have ~called ideas - i.e. exemplar forms existing 96 1, 45 | Q[15], ~A[1]). And these ideas, though multiplied by their 97 1, 45 | For we ~abstract universal ideas by force of the active intellect 98 1, 48 | things. ~Still, according as ideas are called exemplars, the 99 1, 48 | exemplars, the plurality of ideas ~corresponds in the divine 100 1, 56 | causality, as the universal ideas of ~things are in the Word 101 1, 56 | nature, as the ~universal ideas of things are in the angelic 102 1, 58 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the ideas of our intellect resemble 103 1, 59 | medium, namely, by innate ideas, or ~by the forms of things 104 1, 59 | so far as through innate ideas they know the being ~which 105 1, 77 | by means of coalition of ideas. ~Therefore the power by 106 1, 78 | called such forms "species or ideas"; ~from a participation 107 1, 83 | soul sees in the eternal ideas all that it understands?~( 108 1, 83 | he called "species" or "ideas," by ~participation of which 109 1, 83 | matter, are ~derived from the ideas as certain images thereof: 110 1, 83 | intellect are images of the ideas, derived ~therefrom. And 111 1, 83 | and definitions to those ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 112 1, 83 | held that the ~participated ideas remain immovably in the 113 1, 83 | types are nothing else but ideas, for ~Augustine says (QQ. 114 1, 83 | says (QQ. 83, qu. 46) that "ideas are permanent types existing ~ 115 1, 83 | matter; and these he called ideas, by participation of which ~ 116 1, 83 | QQ. 83, qu. ~46), for the ideas defended by Plato, substituted 117 1, 83 | the mere participation of ideas sufficed for ~knowledge. 118 1, 84 | the intellect are separate ideas; and that we understand 119 1, 84 | Platonists all science is about ideas, ~which they held to be 120 1, 84 | universals which he called ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 121 1, 85 | knowledge by participating the ideas as the Platonists ~maintained, 122 1, 87 | forms, which he called ~"Ideas," are the proper objects 123 1, 88 | intelligent by means of ~ideas abstracted from phantasms; 124 1, 88 | means of ~divinely impressed ideas; which, however, fail to 125 1, 107| hierarchy ~contemplates the ideas of things in God Himself; 126 1, 114| the Word of God, as "typal ideas." ~Secondly, they are in 127 1, 114| the effect of the typal ideas [rationes ideales].~Aquin.: 128 1, 114| Nevertheless, the "typal ideas" can be ~called "causal 129 2, 15 | intellect apprehends universal ideas, which it can apprehend ~ 130 2, 43 | according to the Divine ideas, the gift of ~knowledge, 131 2, 43 | knowledge, according to human ideas.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 132 2, 49 | but with true and correct ~ideas: this belongs to {synesis} ( 133 2, 83 | natural to man to express his ideas by signs, but the ~determination 134 2, 170| by participating in the ideas; but ~that this knowledge 135 2, 171| alphabet convey various ideas ~to the understanding, so


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