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apprehension 246
apprehensions 5
apprehensive 101
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102 vain
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101 apprehensive
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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apprehensive

    Part, Question
1 1, 64 | things proportioned to the ~apprehensive, whereby it is moved, as 2 1, 65 | things proportioned to the ~apprehensive, whereby it is moved, as 3 1, 77 | nature, whereas ~in the apprehensive power it exists not according 4 1, 78 | distinct powers. For the apprehensive and motive are different 5 1, 78 | intellect is ~merely an apprehensive power; while the practical 6 1, 79 | is not ~distinct from the apprehensive power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 79 | 3: Further, as under the apprehensive power, the appetitive is ~ 8 1, 80 | bodily senses belong to the apprehensive powers. ~Therefore sensuality 9 1, 80 | Therefore sensuality ~also is apprehensive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 10 1, 80 | apprehension. ~For the act of the apprehensive power is not so properly 11 1, 80 | since the operation of the ~apprehensive power is completed in the 12 1, 80 | Therefore the operation of the apprehensive ~power is likened to rest: 13 1, 80 | act of movement: for the apprehensive ~power, to which belong 14 1, 80 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: As in the apprehensive powers of the sensitive 15 1, 80 | powers, both appetitive and apprehensive, do ~not require exterior 16 1, 81 | considered in two ways: as ~apprehensive of universal being and truth, 17 1, 81 | of the ~intellect are the apprehensive powers multiplied, although 18 1, 82 | judgment, because by ~his apprehensive power he judges that something 19 1, 82 | appetitive powers accompany the apprehensive, and in ~this sense Damascene 20 1, 82 | forasmuch as it is moved by the ~apprehensive power which does compare, 21 1, 82 | be proportionate to the ~apprehensive powers, as we have said 22 1, 114 | receives from the ~inferior apprehensive powers: wherefore if the 23 2, 11 | enjoyment belongs to the apprehensive, and not to the appetitive 24 2, 11 | and this belongs to the apprehensive power; and complacency in ~ 25 2, 12 | sight, it signifies the apprehensive power. Therefore ~intention 26 2, 12 | the appetitive but of the apprehensive power. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 27 2, 13 | order of reason, since the apprehensive power presents the object ~ 28 2, 15 | the appetitive or of the apprehensive ~power?~(2) Whether it is 29 2, 15 | the appetitive or of the apprehensive power?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 30 2, 15 | consent belongs only to the apprehensive part ~of the soul. For Augustine ( 31 2, 15 | reason. But the reason is an apprehensive power. Therefore consent ~ 32 2, 15 | Therefore consent ~belongs to an apprehensive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 33 2, 15 | co-sense." But sense is an apprehensive ~power. Therefore consent 34 2, 15 | consent is the act of an apprehensive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 35 2, 15 | intellect, which is ~an apprehensive power. Therefore consent 36 2, 15 | consent also belongs to an apprehensive ~power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 37 2, 15 | speaking, belongs to the apprehensive ~faculty; but by way of 38 2, 16 | them in ~respect of the apprehensive power that precedes them, 39 2, 17 | reason commands by way of apprehensive power. Wherefore those acts 40 2, 20 | interior act is the interior apprehensive or appetitive ~power of 41 2, 22 | appetitive rather than in the apprehensive ~part?~(3) Whether passion 42 2, 22 | appetitive rather than in the apprehensive part?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[22] 43 2, 22 | seem that passion is in the apprehensive part of the ~soul rather 44 2, 22 | passion is found to ~be in the apprehensive, before being in the appetitive 45 2, 22 | previous passion in the ~apprehensive part. Therefore passion 46 2, 22 | Therefore passion is in the apprehensive part more ~than in the appetitive.~ 47 2, 22 | is more active than the ~apprehensive part. Therefore it seems 48 2, 22 | passion is more in the ~apprehensive part.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[22] 49 2, 22 | appetitive ~than in the sensitive apprehensive part.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[22] 50 2, 22 | appetitive, and not to the apprehensive part. ~Therefore the passions 51 2, 22 | appetitive rather than in the ~apprehensive part.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[22] 52 2, 22 | power rather than by the ~apprehensive power: because the soul 53 2, 22 | On the other hand the apprehensive ~power is not drawn to a 54 2, 22 | appetitive, rather than with the apprehensive ~part. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 55 2, 22 | in the supreme, i.e. the ~apprehensive, power of the soul, passion 56 2, 22 | because it ~is, more than the apprehensive power, the principle of 57 2, 28 | as ~referring both to the apprehensive and to the appetitive power. 58 2, 28 | power. Because, ~as to the apprehensive power, the beloved is said 59 2, 28 | This happens as to the apprehensive power and as to the appetitive 60 2, 28 | appetitive power. ~As to the apprehensive power, a man is said to 61 2, 33 | these is on the part of the apprehensive power, which is cognizant 62 2, 33 | use of reason is in the apprehensive power. Therefore ~pleasure 63 2, 33 | thereby. But the use of an apprehensive power moves pleasure ~rather 64 2, 35 | appetitive, but rather to the ~apprehensive part: for Augustine says ( 65 2, 35 | disproportionate to the apprehensive power, but also in so far ~ 66 2, 35 | disproportionate to the apprehensive power, but they are ~not 67 2, 35 | directly, as regards ~the apprehensive powers of the sensitive 68 2, 40 | Whether hope is in the apprehensive, or in the appetitive faculty?~( 69 2, 40 | 1~Whether hope is in the apprehensive or in the appetitive power?~ 70 2, 40 | spectare], in so far as ~the apprehensive power, by going ahead, not 71 2, 40 | is better known; for the apprehensive power knows its ~own act 72 2, 41 | without any operation of the apprehensive ~faculty: thus to have an 73 2, 41 | be accomplished ~by the apprehensive faculty alone: since, as 74 2, 41 | way, even the acts of the ~apprehensive power, such as understanding, 75 2, 46 | power follows an act of ~the apprehensive power. Now the apprehensive 76 2, 46 | apprehensive power. Now the apprehensive power apprehends a thing 77 2, 50 | science is related to the apprehensive power, so it virtue ~related 78 2, 50 | other hand the exterior apprehensive powers, as sight, hearing ~ 79 2, 50 | Reply OBJ 3: Because the apprehensive powers inwardly prepare 80 2, 51 | one way, indeed, in the apprehensive powers; in another way, 81 2, 51 | appetitive powers. For in the apprehensive powers there may be a natural ~ 82 2, 51 | according as it is moved by the apprehensive power ~presenting the object: 83 2, 51 | Body Para. 2/3~But in the apprehensive powers, we must observe 84 2, 51 | with regard to the lower ~apprehensive powers, the same acts need 85 2, 74 | points to a defect ~in the apprehensive power rather than in the 86 2, 74 | 2: If the defect in the apprehensive power were nowise subject ~ 87 2, 74 | in the will, or in the ~apprehensive power, as in the case of 88 2, 74 | that when there is in the apprehensive ~power a defect that is 89 2, 74 | the ~reason, which is an apprehensive power. Therefore morose 90 2, 74 | whereas the reason is an apprehensive power. ~Therefore the sin 91 2, 75 | act of the ~appetitive or apprehensive power, is not always in 92 2, 77 | of the eyes, i.e. of any apprehensive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 93 2, 80 | and continue to move the apprehensive principle, so that they ~ 94 2, 80 | manner explained, before the apprehensive principle, since, as the ~ 95 2, 17 | contrary, The soul is not apprehensive of God save as regards the ~ 96 2, 32 | appetitive power, like the apprehensive power, ~reflects on its 97 2, 49 | right disposition of the apprehensive power. Thus if a mirror 98 3, 18 | by the ~difference of the apprehensive power, and hence according 99 3, 70 | faith. But ~faith is in the apprehensive power, whose operations 100 3, 85 | penance ~belongs not to the apprehensive but to the appetitive power, 101 Suppl, 89| although indirectly, when the apprehensive power (whose province it ~


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