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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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impression

   Part, Question
1 1, 37 | loves an object, a certain impression results, so to speak, ~of 2 1, 37 | express the relation ~of the impression or affection of the object 3 1, 37 | to the principle of that impression, or "vice ~versa." And therefore, 4 1, 42 | third is like the mark or impression made by a seal; wherein 5 1, 44 | way respectively. For the impression ~which the agent intends 6 1, 57 | its act, but ~follows the impression of some other corporeal 7 1, 57 | through following some bodily impression, ~influences his conduct, 8 1, 65 | matter there abides the impression received from these ~separate 9 1, 69 | is to be understood the impression of celestial ~forms on formless 10 1, 69 | But in the third place the impression of elemental forms on ~formless 11 1, 69 | and mutable. Hence the ~impression of such forms is signified 12 1, 72 | sharp-edged tool, ~he is under the impression that many of the things 13 1, 74 | dry land, to ~denote the impression of forms upon corporeal 14 1, 75 | differ, inasmuch as the impression of ~the object on the sense 15 1, 37 | loves an object, a certain impression results, so to speak, ~of 16 1, 37 | express the relation ~of the impression or affection of the object 17 1, 37 | to the principle of that impression, or "vice ~versa." And therefore, 18 1, 42 | third is like the mark or impression made by a seal; wherein 19 1, 45 | way respectively. For the impression ~which the agent intends 20 1, 58 | its act, but ~follows the impression of some other corporeal 21 1, 58 | through following some bodily impression, ~influences his conduct, 22 1, 66 | matter there abides the impression received from these ~separate 23 1, 70 | is to be understood the impression of celestial ~forms on formless 24 1, 70 | But in the third place the impression of elemental forms on ~formless 25 1, 70 | and mutable. Hence the ~impression of such forms is signified 26 1, 71 | sharp-edged tool, ~he is under the impression that many of the things 27 1, 73 | dry land, to ~denote the impression of forms upon corporeal 28 1, 74 | differ, inasmuch as the impression of ~the object on the sense 29 1, 82 | or disposition due to any impression whatever ~produced by corporeal 30 1, 83 | that the body can make any impression on the spirit, as though 31 1, 83 | is affected ~by this mere impression brought about by sensible 32 1, 83 | sensible things. Which ~impression Democritus held to be caused 33 1, 83 | part are caused ~by the impression of the sensible on the sense: 34 1, 83 | nothing corporeal can ~make an impression on the incorporeal. And 35 1, 83 | according to Aristotle, the impression caused ~by the sensible 36 1, 83 | effected in us by the mere ~impression of some superior beings, 37 1, 83 | said, although the first impression of the ~imagination is through 38 1, 84 | of ~themselves to make an impression on the passive intellect. 39 1, 84 | faculties know ~only the impression made on them; as, for example, 40 1, 84 | is ~cognizant only of the impression made on its own organ. According 41 1, 84 | understands only its own impression, namely, the ~intelligible 42 1, 84 | the ~faculty knows its own impression only, it can judge of that 43 1, 84 | thing seems according to the impression made on the cognitive faculty. ~ 44 1, 84 | always judge of its own ~impression as such; and so every judgment 45 1, 84 | taste perceived only its own impression, when anyone with a healthy 46 1, 84 | would judge according to the impression on his taste. Thus every ~ 47 1, 84 | part. One, in ~regard of impression only, and thus the operation 48 1, 85 | know the future by the impression of superior spiritual and 49 1, 87 | is nothing else than the impression of the first truth upon ~ 50 1, 92 | vision, which occurs by the impression on the sight of a certain ~ 51 1, 98 | sometimes also by some ~impression in the soul (of the parents), 52 1, 102 | particular thing, is a kind of impression from God, ~directing them 53 1, 102 | towards a certain point is an impression from the archer, ~and not 54 1, 102 | is nothing but a ~kind of impression from the first mover; as 55 1, 103 | from its active cause an impression specifically the ~same as 56 1, 103 | aptitude to receive the ~impression of its cause, in the same 57 1, 110 | imagination, not indeed by the ~impression of an imaginative form in 58 1, 118 | seminal power is a certain impression derived from the soul of 59 2, 29 | accompanied by a certain impression; when ~once the impression 60 2, 29 | impression; when ~once the impression has been received it is 61 2, 31 | nevertheless there remains ~the impression made on the appetite by 62 2, 31 | lovable object receives ~an impression of its image, which entices 63 2, 37 | which makes a stronger ~impression than future evil.~Aquin.: 64 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The impression of an inward active principle 65 2, 47 | makes a greater and stronger impression on the mind; the mind; and 66 2, 93 | Now no body can make an impression on an incorporeal ~body. 67 2, 93 | bodies to make a direct ~impression on the intellect and will: 68 2, 93 | in so far as they make an impression on ~the human body, and 69 2, 93 | surrounding air, or through an impression of a ~heavenly body, so 70 2, 169 | of a ~passion, or passing impression, as light is in the air. 71 2, 169 | a passion or transitory impression. This is indicated Ex. ~ 72 2, 170 | imagination through the ~impression of natural causes, whereas 73 2, 170 | reason than according to the ~impression of natural causes. Yet reason 74 2, 170 | in man, ~that which the impression of natural causes effects 75 2, 170 | which God alone can form an impression; whereas prophecy is ~a 76 2, 170 | angel also can form an ~impression, as stated in the FP, Q[ 77 2, 171 | 1:13) - or by the direct impression of intelligible ~species 78 2, 171 | intelligible species, by ~impression or coordination of pictures 79 3, 4 | representation by Divine impression, existing in the creature, 80 3, 5 | wax is perfected by the impression of ~the seal, and as the 81 3, 12 | secondly, by the ~higher impression of infused knowledge, which 82 3, 12 | was rightly subject to the impression ~of heavenly bodies; but 83 3, 12 | soul was not subject to the impression of ~heavenly spirits.~ 84 3, 68 | of ~faith. Moreover, the impression of the baptismal character 85 3, 83 | it might make a deeper ~impression on the hearts of the disciples; 86 Suppl, 3 | appetite result from the impression of the higher appetite, 87 Suppl, 58| witchcraft may result from an impression made by the demon ~on a 88 Suppl, 81| movement: for the form is an impression of their generator, which 89 Suppl, 89| except in so far as an impression of ~Him is in our intellect. 90 Suppl, 89| our intellect. But this impression cannot lead to the knowledge ~ 91 Suppl, 89| God only by means of this ~impression.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[ 92 Suppl, 89| opinion maintained, nor an impression left on our intellect ~by 93 Suppl, 89| Now illumination is the impression ~of light on an illuminated 94 Suppl, 89| remains ~undemonstrated by the impression on our intellect, and consequently


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