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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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affected

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | see God understand and are affected successively; for ~time 2 1, 17 | senses report as they are ~affected, I do not know what more 3 1, 17 | that sense reports as it is affected, it follows that we are 4 1, 17 | however, sense is sometimes affected erroneously of that object, ~ 5 1, 21 | heart [miserum cor]; being affected with ~sorrow at the misery 6 1, 63 | spiritual nature cannot be affected by such ~pleasures as appertain 7 1, 63 | things; because nothing is affected except with regard to ~something 8 1, 64 | spiritual nature is ~not affected by place. Therefore there 9 1, 75 | the pupil of the eye ~is affected by a reflection of color: 10 1, 76 | of the intellect, is not affected by any ~organ other than 11 1, 64 | spiritual nature cannot be affected by such ~pleasures as appertain 12 1, 64 | things; because nothing is affected except with regard to ~something 13 1, 65 | spiritual nature is ~not affected by place. Therefore there 14 1, 74 | the pupil of the eye ~is affected by a reflection of color: 15 1, 75 | of the intellect, is not affected by any ~organ other than 16 1, 77 | body must be in a measure affected by heat. On the part ~of 17 1, 77 | smelling and hearing are not affected in their respective operations 18 1, 77 | because "the senses are affected by the same things whereby ~ 19 1, 77 | whereby ~inanimate bodies are affected," as stated in Phys. vii, 20 1, 77 | according as the ~subject is affected in one or more ways in the 21 1, 77 | again, according as it is affected in some sensible qualities, 22 1, 77 | things, when it is actually affected by ~them, but it must also 23 1, 80 | things, whereby they are affected, and the presence of which 24 1, 83 | Consequently, since the sense is ~affected by the sensible, they thought 25 1, 83 | that all our knowledge is affected ~by this mere impression 26 1, 83 | the incorporeal cannot be affected by the ~corporeal, he held 27 1, 83 | it is a spiritual power, affected by ~the sensible: but the 28 1, 83 | the sensible organs are affected by the sensible, the ~result 29 1, 85 | causes the ~imagination to be affected, and so, as the heavenly 30 1, 94 | that evil be in the one ~affected by the passion; such as 31 1, 106 | object just as sense is affected by the sensible object. ~ 32 1, 110 | from ~without, as when affected by the sensible object: 33 2, 6 | through the body being affected by the motion of an outward 34 2, 6 | ways." And this is called "affected ignorance." ~Secondly, ignorance 35 2, 9 | Wherefore according as man is ~affected by a passion, something 36 2, 9 | seem so when he is not so affected: thus that seems good to 37 2, 22 | appetitive part is not affected unless there be a previous 38 2, 22 | things is meant being well affected ~towards them, and united 39 2, 24 | his reason, chooses to be affected by a ~passion in order to 40 2, 33 | appetite is more vehemently affected towards a present than towards 41 2, 38 | a friend, as ~though it affected oneself: since "a friend 42 2, 44 | Because when a man is affected by a passion, things seem 43 2, 52 | less; but that the things affected by them ~[qualia] are said 44 2, 57 | appetitive faculty being affected in this or that way, but 45 2, 57 | the human appetite may be affected towards that object. For 46 2, 57 | appetitive faculty may be affected, whether he be joyful or 47 2, 57 | reason, and make it suitably affected towards ~things ordained 48 2, 57 | necessary matters, which are not affected by ~the human will; but 49 2, 60 | no matter ~how man may be affected towards them: viz. in so 50 2, 60 | the way in which man is affected to them. And for ~this reason 51 2, 60 | according as how man is ~affected towards such operations, 52 2, 76 | as referring to ~simply affected ignorance; or they may have 53 2, 77 | concupiscible or irascible power is ~affected by any passion contrary 54 2, 80 | sensitive principles were being affected by them at the time." Hence 55 2, 82 | various ~parts of the body are affected.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] A[ 56 2, 95 | towards which they are ~affected by love, hatred, or some 57 2, 101 | ceremony, in so far as they affected ~the fitness of the people 58 2, 103 | by such like ceremonies, affected the flesh rather than the 59 2, 108 | rightly understand: and this ~affected chiefly those precepts of 60 2, 22 | however rightly a man ~may be affected about other matters.~Aquin.: 61 2, 93 | sleeper's imagination is ~affected either by the surrounding 62 2, 115 | passions whereby man ~is affected towards money are the proximate 63 2, 115 | arises from a person being affected in a certain way towards ~ 64 2, 117 | passions whereby man is ~affected towards money: whereas prodigality 65 2, 117 | the soul, since it is not affected towards money, or to ~anything 66 2, 135 | for one who is strongly affected by such things, ~through 67 2, 151 | the interior appetite is affected by that ~pleasure. Nor does 68 2, 152 | upbringing. ~But these are not affected by kisses and touches or 69 2, 173 | is the appetite that is affected.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[175] A[ 70 2, 173 | the appetite is strongly affected towards something, it ~may 71 2, 187 | Nevertheless such inducement may be affected by a threefold ~inordinateness. 72 3, 15 | nature in Christ was not affected with ignorance.~Aquin.: 73 3, 15 | who still ~need to be so affected, must wonder. Hence all 74 3, 18 | end and the means; and is ~affected differently towards both. 75 3, 31 | patriarchs. Nor is this ~kinship affected by the matter whence this 76 3, 37 | a general precept which affected all - namely, ~that "when 77 3, 46 | sense of touch in the eye is affected, upon which the sense of 78 3, 46 | any faculty is said to be affected as regards its ~subject, 79 3, 47 | because it was, as it were, affected ignorance. For they saw ~ 80 3, 47 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Affected ignorance does not excuse 81 3, 47 | ignorance in them, it was ~affected ignorance, which could not 82 3, 50 | principle in any order is not affected by anything contrary to ~ 83 3, 61 | so as to reach the part affected by ~disease. Consequently 84 3, 76 | beholders, whose eyes are so ~affected as if they outwardly saw 85 3, 77 | body cannot ~in any way be affected by such accidents; nor is 86 3, 77 | quantity and color and affected by other accidents is perceived 87 Suppl, 11| sacramental ~confession are affected by the seal of confession, 88 Suppl, 25| condition of the ~person affected, and the utility and needs 89 Suppl, 32| should be applied to the part affected by the ~disease. But sometimes 90 Suppl, 32| always applied to the part affected by ~the disease, but, with 91 Suppl, 47| and thus the son will be affected by his father's command 92 Suppl, 47| in the ~same way as he is affected by that cause, so that if 93 Suppl, 52| invalidity of a marriage is not affected either by ignorance (such 94 Suppl, 58| marriage contract." Now persons affected with frigidity are the like. ~ 95 Suppl, 68| Ignorance, unless it be affected, excuses unlawful ~intercourse 96 Suppl, 68| ignorance would appear to be affected.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[68] A[ 97 Suppl, 69| consigned ~to that place, is affected either by joy or by grief. 98 Suppl, 70| or sorrow through being affected ~with these" (namely the 99 Suppl, 70| separated soul will be affected as regards the sensitive 100 Suppl, 70| that the separated soul is affected with ~imagination and other 101 Suppl, 70| sense that the soul will be ~affected in the future life for good 102 Suppl, 72| them as to their ~being affected by that fire, as stated 103 Suppl, 79| in the sense of being affected by the taking of food or 104 Suppl, 79| through the tongue being affected by some ~neighboring humor.~ 105 Suppl, 79| natural ~aptitude to be affected with a natural and spiritual 106 Suppl, 79| angle at ~which the sight is affected by the visible object, the 107 Suppl, 80| a natural aptitude to be affected: wherefore air, fire, and 108 Suppl, 82| because the sight cannot be ~affected by two colors at the same 109 Suppl, 94| according as the body is affected at the instance of ~the


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