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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perceived

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | foresight of future events are perceived the more ~clearly. It is 2 1, 21 | Reply OBJ 2: Since good as perceived by intellect is the object 3 1, 28 | existing between two objects perceived by the mind. ~Those relations, 4 1, 29 | person" was not clearly perceived before it was attacked by 5 1, 39 | of life. Now ~"unity" is perceived at once in the person of 6 1, 43 | the Son, when ~temporally perceived by the mind, is sent." But 7 1, 43 | whenever He is ~known and perceived by anyone."~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 43 | whenever He is known and perceived by ~anyone." Now perception 9 1, 43 | one when He is known and perceived by ~anyone, so far as He 10 1, 43 | far as He can be known and perceived according to the capacity ~ 11 1, 44 | uncreated, and when they ~perceived transmutation to take place 12 1, 51 | assumed by the angel, if ~he perceived nothing by their means. 13 1, 58 | unknown. But if in the thing perceived something else be seen at 14 1, 67 | required is too short to be perceived; for though this may ~be 15 1, 68 | the fact that vapors are perceived not to rise even to the 16 1, 68 | confined ~beneath the heaven perceived by our senses, but that 17 1, 76 | intelligence - that a thing is perceived by the sense ~according 18 1, 39 | of life. Now ~"unity" is perceived at once in the person of 19 1, 43 | the Son, when ~temporally perceived by the mind, is sent." But 20 1, 43 | whenever He is ~known and perceived by anyone."~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 43 | whenever He is known and perceived by ~anyone." Now perception 22 1, 43 | one when He is known and perceived by ~anyone, so far as He 23 1, 43 | far as He can be known and perceived according to the capacity ~ 24 1, 45 | uncreated, and when they ~perceived transmutation to take place 25 1, 52 | assumed by the angel, if ~he perceived nothing by their means. 26 1, 59 | unknown. But if in the thing perceived something else be seen at 27 1, 68 | required is too short to be perceived; for though this may ~be 28 1, 69 | the fact that vapors are perceived not to rise even to the 29 1, 69 | confined ~beneath the heaven perceived by our senses, but that 30 1, 75 | intelligence - that a thing is perceived by the sense ~according 31 1, 77 | soul did not require things perceived by the senses, ~except on 32 1, 77 | immutation is ~what is "per se" perceived by the sense, and according 33 1, 77 | intentions of ~the senses are perceived; as when someone sees that 34 1, 81 | The aspect of causality is perceived by comparing one thing ~ 35 1, 83 | corporeal unless it can ~be perceived by the senses." He says 36 1, 83 | never the same cannot be ~perceived." Secondly, because, "whatever 37 1, 83 | thereof. ~Now nothing can be perceived which cannot be distinguished 38 1, 83 | some things which cannot be perceived by the senses. Therefore ~ 39 1, 83 | things, even of things not perceived by the ~senses. And Augustine' 40 1, 83 | science is that which is perceived principally through the 41 1, 84 | sensible image is not what is ~perceived, but rather that by which 42 1, 84 | for instance, if ~taste perceived only its own impression, 43 1, 84 | the apple: but that it be perceived ~apart from the smell, this 44 1, 85 | events. These images are perceived more at night and while 45 1, 86 | movement of the ~body, it is perceived by the subject wherein it 46 1, 86 | act of the proper sense is perceived by the common sense. ~The 47 1, 90 | qualities of which ~are perceived by that sense - or so that 48 1, 90 | and air, which are not perceived by senses of uncultured 49 1, 93 | intelligible effects which he perceived ~by the radiation of the 50 1, 106 | 1], ad 2), is ~interior; perceived, nevertheless, by another; 51 1, 106 | concept of one ~angel can be perceived by another when the angel 52 1, 110 | imagine what we have never perceived by the senses, ~either wholly 53 2, 11 | certain sweetness is to be perceived. Hence fruition seems to 54 2, 31 | with a ~suitable object perceived or known. Now, in the operations 55 2, 31 | sensible pleasures are not perceived ~all at once, but some part 56 2, 31 | in one's own nature, if ~perceived, gives rise to pleasure, 57 2, 32 | and thus the whole be perceived. Hence Augustine says (Confess. 58 2, 32 | severally, if all could be perceived ~collectively."~Aquin.: 59 2, 32 | so far as it is felt, or perceived in any way. Now a thing 60 2, 35 | the removal of which being perceived, there ~results the passion 61 2, 74 | use of things that can be perceived by the bodily senses, so 62 2, 77 | objects of pleasure are perceived not only by the ~sight, 63 2, 80 | respect of things which are perceived by the ~external senses.~ 64 2, 98 | Thy glory. Therefore He perceived what he ~saw and he desired 65 2, 102 | the people were able to perceived material ~things, the inner 66 2, 8 | sensible world, which is perceived externally), and ~effects 67 2, 13 | of the flesh which they perceived in Him, and hence, they ~ 68 2, 70 | Nothing, save words, is perceived by the hearing. Now ~reviling 69 2, 70 | hearing. Now ~reviling is perceived by the hearing according 70 2, 74 | sinner's sentiments cannot be perceived in ~themselves, they can 71 2, 74 | themselves, they can be perceived through some manifest sin, 72 2, 127 | perfection of a power is not perceived in every ~operation of that 73 2, 143 | good. ~Now if a thing is perceived to be beautiful as soon 74 2, 162 | were opened; and . . . they perceived themselves to be ~naked." 75 2, 168 | its inordinateness is not perceived by all in common. Hence ~ 76 3, 9 | knowledge through what He perceived by the senses.~Aquin.: SMT 77 3, 15 | motive of ~pain is hurt perceived by the sense of touch, as 78 3, 30 | Now the Blessed Virgin perceived ~not only the bodily vision, 79 3, 30 | more ~excellent if she had perceived the angel himself in his 80 3, 35 | Something like ~this may be perceived in the generation of Christ. 81 3, 36 | whence they subsequently perceived the star containing the ~ 82 3, 44 | report of this having been perceived by astronomers, "who ~gaze 83 3, 62 | the ~very voice which is perceived by the senses there is a 84 3, 66 | outward something that can be perceived by the sense is both the 85 3, 75 | motion, which ~would be perceived by the senses. In like manner 86 3, 76 | Para. 2/2~Moreover it is perceived differently by different 87 3, 77 | bread and wine, which are perceived ~by our senses to remain 88 3, 77 | affected by other accidents is perceived by the ~senses; nor is sense 89 3, 80 | Further, as this sacrament is perceived by taste and touch, so ~ 90 Suppl, 3 | although the hurt of sin is not perceived by the ~external sense, 91 Suppl, 3 | external sense, yet it is perceived to be the most grievous 92 Suppl, 73| resuscitation, not ~through being perceived, but through being uttered. 93 Suppl, 79| place, because smell is not perceived without a ~volatile evaporation 94 Suppl, 79| Reply OBJ 1: The qualities perceived by the touch are those which ~ 95 Suppl, 79| order for the smell to ~be perceived. But in the glorified bodies 96 Suppl, 82| behind it ~is necessarily perceived by the sight, from the very 97 Suppl, 88| signs so manifest as to be perceived as it were by his senses. 98 Suppl, 89| the eyes of the body, or ~perceived by any of the senses, as 99 Suppl, 89| clearly, that God ~will be perceived in things seen with the 100 Suppl, 89| the body, even as life ~is perceived in speech. For although 101 Suppl, 94| act ~on the senses being perceived by impressing the organ


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