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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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organs

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | subsisting, but are the acts of organs, do not ~know themselves, 2 1, 18 | by their command move the organs of movement. Thus in the 3 1, 51 | angels perceive through the organs of their ~assumed bodies. 4 1, 51 | end, ~that by such bodily organs the spiritual powers of 5 1, 54 | exercised by corporeal organs; such powers are acts of 6 1, 54 | performed through ~bodily organs, as intellect and will: 7 1, 70 | qualities, ~and all the organs of the senses require a 8 1, 76 | which are in the corporeal organs. Thus through the ~intelligible 9 1, 76 | body, ~distinct even as to organs, to which souls he referred 10 1, 76 | soul which use corporeal organs; for this reason, that ~ 11 1, 76 | his hands, which are "the organs of organs" (De Anima iii), 12 1, 76 | which are "the organs of organs" (De Anima iii), since by ~ 13 1, 76 | parts of the body are the ~organs. For that part which is 14 1, 77 | performed by means of corporeal organs; as sight by the eye, and 15 1, 77 | diversity of ~the corporeal organs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 16 1, 52 | angels perceive through the organs of their ~assumed bodies. 17 1, 52 | end, ~that by such bodily organs the spiritual powers of 18 1, 55 | exercised by corporeal organs; such powers are acts of 19 1, 55 | performed through ~bodily organs, as intellect and will: 20 1, 71 | qualities, ~and all the organs of the senses require a 21 1, 75 | which are in the corporeal organs. Thus through the ~intelligible 22 1, 75 | body, ~distinct even as to organs, to which souls he referred 23 1, 75 | soul which use corporeal organs; for this reason, that ~ 24 1, 75 | his hands, which are "the organs of organs" (De Anima iii), 25 1, 75 | which are "the organs of organs" (De Anima iii), since by ~ 26 1, 75 | parts of the body are the ~organs. For that part which is 27 1, 76 | performed by means of corporeal organs; as sight by the eye, and 28 1, 76 | diversity of ~the corporeal organs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 29 1, 77 | assigned by some to the organs in which one or other of 30 1, 77 | the powers are not for the organs, but the ~organs for the 31 1, 77 | for the organs, but the ~organs for the powers; wherefore 32 1, 77 | reason that there are various organs; on the contrary, for this 33 1, 77 | nature provided a variety of organs, that they might be adapted 34 1, 77 | flavored morsel. But the organs of ~smelling and hearing 35 1, 78 | they are acts of corporeal organs, in which certain species ~ 36 1, 83 | sensible: but the sensible organs are affected by the sensible, 37 1, 84 | and exist in corporeal organs, have not the same mode 38 1, 85 | being ~acts of corporeal organs, the influence of the heavenly 39 1, 88 | it does not then possess organs of sense and imagination ~ 40 1, 88 | which are in corporeal organs; but when it is ~separated 41 1, 90 | through the senses, the organs of which cannot be formed 42 1, 90 | iii, 8), "the organ of ~organs." Moreover this was more 43 1, 100 | are situate in corporeal organs; and ~therefore, so long 44 1, 114 | are the acts of corporeal organs, but ~accidentally: because 45 1, 114 | hindered by ~obstacles in the organs; thus an eye when disturbed 46 1, 114 | powers affixed to corporeal ~organs, as some maintained, holding 47 1, 114 | are affixed to corporeal organs: for ~whatever is done here 48 1, 114 | are affixed to corporeal organs. But in this the intellect 49 1, 114 | are not ~acts of corporeal organs, it is impossible that heavenly 50 2, 4 | the soul transcends the organs of the ~body; but not according 51 2, 9 | the senses, and also the organs themselves of the sensitive 52 2, 9 | they are acts of ~bodily organs, can be moved accidentally, 53 2, 13 | only acts, but also the organs, ~are means (Phys. ii, 3). 54 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The organs are ordained to the end, 55 2, 16 | of those powers, or the ~organs which are parts of the body. 56 2, 17 | members of the body are organs of the soul's powers. ~Consequently 57 2, 17 | of the heart and of the organs of generation are ~involuntary," 58 2, 17 | the case ~with these two organs in particular, because each 59 2, 22 | the FP, Q[78], A[3] the organs of the soul can ~be changed 60 2, 22 | intention of ~color. But the organs are receptive of another 61 2, 51 | the disposition of his ~organs of sense, is more apt than 62 2, 65 | animals are provided with ~organs whereby to perform the actions 63 2, 67 | they are acts of bodily organs. Therefore it ~seems that 64 2, 67 | powers will be in ~the bodily organs, just as they now are. Hence 65 2, 67 | which are acts ~of bodily organs, viz. in the powers of imagination 66 2, 68 | part of men, who are His organs when He moves them. The 67 2, 74 | not principles but merely ~organs of action: wherefore they 68 2, 93 | which are acts ~of bodily organs having an inclination for 69 2, 127 | goods of fortune are useful organs or instruments of ~virtuous 70 2, 149 | etc.: "The belly and the organs of generation are neighbors, 71 2, 149 | the ~neighborhood of the organs may indicate their complicity 72 2, 149 | none but a ~lawful use the organs intended for procreation." 73 2, 149 | Now the use of these ~organs is the proper matter of 74 2, 149 | because the ~movement of the organs of generation is not subject 75 2, 149 | insubordination of the ~genital organs, and because by these sins 76 2, 150 | Dei i, 18) that "those organs may ~be injured through 77 2, 154 | which make use of bodily organs. The operations of these 78 2, 154 | The operations of these organs ~conduce somewhat to those 79 2, 166 | operate through bodily organs. Now sensible goods are 80 2, 185 | the hand is "the organ of organs" [*De ~Anima iii, 8], handiwork 81 3, 25 | which were temples, and organs of the Holy Ghost dwelling 82 3, 34 | proper disposition of the organs - a condition which would 83 3, 34 | and endowed with ~sensible organs, much more was it possible 84 3, 83 | the hand is the "organ of organs" (De Anima iii), all works 85 Suppl, 32| heart, but the sensory ~organs, except in so far as the 86 Suppl, 32| Reply OBJ 4: The bodily organs which are the instruments 87 Suppl, 32| which are anointed, and the organs of ~generation which it 88 Suppl, 70| kinds - some being acts of ~organs and emanating from the soul 89 Suppl, 70| powers which are ~the acts of organs, even as any form, from 90 Suppl, 70| powers that perfect the organs ~may flow from the essence 91 Suppl, 70| said to be acts of the ~organs, not as though they were 92 Suppl, 70| essential forms of those organs, ~except in reference to 93 Suppl, 70| they are the ~acts of the organs, by perfecting them for 94 Suppl, 70| same in identity), so the organs will be the same identically, ~ 95 Suppl, 70| vision, since it has not the organs by which sensitive or imaginative ~ 96 Suppl, 76| perfections or acts of organs unless as principles of 97 Suppl, 79| outflow of species towards the organs of sense, on ~account of 98 Suppl, 79| however, be observed that the organs of sense are transmuted 99 Suppl, 79| reception of species in the ~organs of sensation, so there will


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