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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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abstracted

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | existence, inasmuch as they are abstracted from motion and ~matter; 2 1, 10 | because time is not a number abstracted from the thing ~numbered, 3 1, 11 | material in being, and ~abstracted from matter only in idea. 4 1, 12 | but according as they are abstracted therefrom by the ~considering 5 1, 12 | that the more our soul is abstracted ~from corporeal things, 6 1, 14 | receive the species not abstracted from material conditions. 7 1, 14 | are in the highest degree abstracted from all materiality. ~Therefore 8 1, 40 | the relations are mentally abstracted ~from the persons?~Aquin.: 9 1, 40 | relations are mentally abstracted from the persons. For that 10 1, 40 | when paternity is ~mentally abstracted from the Father, He still 11 1, 40 | when the ~universal is abstracted from the particular, as 12 1, 40 | the particular, as animal abstracted from ~man; and when the 13 1, 40 | man; and when the form is abstracted from the matter, as the 14 1, 40 | the form of a ~circle is abstracted by the intellect from any 15 1, 40 | or spirating be mentally abstracted from the Father, the ~Father' 16 1, 40 | personal property be mentally abstracted, the idea of ~the hypostasis 17 1, 40 | personal relations are mentally abstracted, the hypostases no ~longer 18 1, 40 | these relations are mentally abstracted, the hypostasis, but not 19 1, 44 | though it ~were something abstracted mentally, whereas it is 20 1, 46 | according to its species is abstracted from "here" and "now"; ~ 21 1, 55 | seemingly, is ~what is abstracted from particulars. But angels 22 1, 55 | not understand by ~species abstracted from things. Therefore it 23 1, 55 | accidental to the universal to be abstracted from ~particulars, in so 24 1, 55 | which it knows will not be ~abstracted from things, but in a measure 25 1, 56 | seen through the species abstracted from it. ~For since God' 26 1, 57 | material conditions the thing abstracted becomes a universal. Such 27 1, 76 | intention will have ~to be abstracted from both; since from things 28 1, 76 | intelligible common to them may be abstracted. But this is contrary to ~ 29 1, 76 | the intelligible species ~abstracted from the phantasm that is 30 1, 76 | intelligible species is ~abstracted; as appears in one man, 31 1, 76 | intelligible species ~of a stone is abstracted; by which the intellect 32 1, 76 | material - that is, not abstracted from material ~conditions - 33 1, 76 | impossible. But if the species be abstracted from the ~conditions of 34 1, 40 | the relations are mentally abstracted ~from the persons?~Aquin.: 35 1, 40 | relations are mentally abstracted from the persons. For that 36 1, 40 | when paternity is ~mentally abstracted from the Father, He still 37 1, 40 | when the ~universal is abstracted from the particular, as 38 1, 40 | the particular, as animal abstracted from ~man; and when the 39 1, 40 | man; and when the form is abstracted from the matter, as the 40 1, 40 | the form of a ~circle is abstracted by the intellect from any 41 1, 40 | or spirating be mentally abstracted from the Father, the ~Father' 42 1, 40 | personal property be mentally abstracted, the idea of ~the hypostasis 43 1, 40 | personal relations are mentally abstracted, the hypostases no ~longer 44 1, 40 | these relations are mentally abstracted, the hypostasis, but not 45 1, 45 | though it ~were something abstracted mentally, whereas it is 46 1, 47 | according to its species is abstracted from "here" and "now"; ~ 47 1, 56 | seemingly, is ~what is abstracted from particulars. But angels 48 1, 56 | not understand by ~species abstracted from things. Therefore it 49 1, 56 | accidental to the universal to be abstracted from ~particulars, in so 50 1, 56 | which it knows will not be ~abstracted from things, but in a measure 51 1, 57 | seen through the species abstracted from it. ~For since God' 52 1, 58 | material conditions the thing abstracted becomes a universal. Such 53 1, 75 | intention will have ~to be abstracted from both; since from things 54 1, 75 | intelligible common to them may be abstracted. But this is contrary to ~ 55 1, 75 | the intelligible species ~abstracted from the phantasm that is 56 1, 75 | intelligible species is ~abstracted; as appears in one man, 57 1, 75 | intelligible species ~of a stone is abstracted; by which the intellect 58 1, 75 | material - that is, not abstracted from material ~conditions - 59 1, 75 | impossible. But if the species be abstracted from the ~conditions of 60 1, 84 | the intelligible species abstracted from the phantasms are ~ 61 1, 84 | material things do not exist as abstracted from the ~particular things 62 1, 84 | intelligible species is abstracted from the phantasm.~Aquin.: 63 1, 84 | but to receive them when ~abstracted. Neither does it seem to 64 1, 84 | understood according as they are abstracted ~from matter and from material 65 1, 84 | intellect would be false if it abstracted the species of a stone from 66 1, 84 | species of man cannot be ~abstracted by the intellect form "flesh 67 1, 84 | species, however, can be abstracted by the intellect from ~sensible 68 1, 84 | But some things can be abstracted even from common intelligible ~ 69 1, 84 | which we have ~stated to be abstracted by the intellect, are abstract 70 1, 84 | intelligible species is said to be ~abstracted from the phantasm; not that 71 1, 84 | the intelligible species abstracted from the phantasm is related ~ 72 1, 84 | the intelligible species abstracted from the ~phantasm is related 73 1, 84 | understanding, save the abstracted intelligible ~species. Therefore 74 1, 84 | the ~intelligible species abstracted is what is actually understood; 75 1, 84 | occurs to be understood, ~abstracted or considered as universal 76 1, 84 | that it ~is understood, abstracted or considered as universal 77 1, 84 | individuality, that is, that it be ~abstracted and consequently considered 78 1, 85 | such matter. Now what is abstracted from ~individual matter 79 1, 85 | mind is to know species abstracted from ~phantasms; therefore 80 1, 85 | the universal, which ~is abstracted from individual matter, 81 1, 85 | of intelligible species abstracted from the ~"here" and "now," 82 1, 86 | made actual by the species abstracted from sensible ~things, through 83 1, 86 | of ~intelligible things abstracted from the phantasms - as 84 1, 87 | informed with similitudes abstracted from ~phantasms: and therefore 85 1, 87 | material residing in that abstracted ~quiddity can again be made 86 1, 88 | it understand by species abstracted from ~things, for it does 87 1, 88 | means of species, formerly abstracted and retained in the ~soul; 88 1, 88 | species, nor by species abstracted then, nor only by species 89 1, 88 | nor by means of species ~abstracted by the soul from an angel, 90 1, 88 | intelligent by means of ~ideas abstracted from phantasms; for thus 91 1, 106 | But as regards whatever is abstracted from "here and now," ~neither 92 2, 2 | the universal, which is ~abstracted from matter, and contains 93 2, 4 | the more the intellect is abstracted from the body, the ~more 94 2, 4 | Therefore the soul should be abstracted from ~the body in every 95 2, 4 | indeed that ~the intellect be abstracted from this corruptible body 96 2, 171 | possession of his faculties, but abstracted from ~his senses. Therefore 97 2, 172 | sufficient to have phantasms ~abstracted in the usual way from the 98 2, 173 | ignored whether it ~were abstracted from its senses, or again 99 2, 173 | or again whether it were abstracted from ~the operations of 100 2, 173 | not but know that it ~was abstracted from the senses, seeing 101 2, 173 | rapt; ~and as to his being abstracted from the operation of the 102 3, 2 | inasmuch as either it is ~abstracted from every individual, and 103 3, 3 | 3) Whether the Nature abstracted from the Personality can 104 3, 3 | 1/1~Whether the Nature abstracted from the Personality can 105 3, 3 | Personality be mentally abstracted, the Nature cannot assume.~ 106 3, 3 | Therefore, if the Personality be abstracted, the Divine Nature ~cannot 107 3, 3 | Godhead if the Personality is abstracted, nothing remains. But the 108 3, 3 | Therefore, if the Personality is abstracted, ~the Divine Nature cannot 109 3, 3 | is ~considered in itself, abstracted from all else, it will still 110 3, 3 | of the three Persons are ~abstracted by our mind, nevertheless 111 3, 4 | should assume human nature ~abstracted from all individuals? ~( 112 3, 4 | have assumed human nature abstracted from ~all individuals?~Aquin.: 113 3, 4 | have assumed human ~nature abstracted from all individuals. For 114 3, 4 | assumed human nature ~as it is abstracted from all individuals.~Aquin.: 115 3, 4 | Platonists, is human nature abstracted from its individuals. Therefore ~ 116 3, 4 | nature as it is separated or abstracted from individuals is ~"taken 117 Suppl, 89| other hand if the quiddity abstracted from this particular ~sensible 118 Suppl, 89| their substances, not indeed abstracted ~therefrom, since they are 119 Suppl, 89| substances ~is neither a quiddity abstracted by the intellect from composite 120 Suppl, 89| intelligible form needs to be abstracted ~from matter and from all 121 Suppl, 89| understand itself by an intention abstracted from itself, as we ~understand 122 Suppl, 89| more a corporeal form is abstracted from matter, ~the more is 123 Suppl, 89| knowledge, in so far as it is ~abstracted from matter, and a form


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