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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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minds

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | that it does not allow the minds of ~those to whom the revelation 2 1, 1 | the exercise of thoughtful minds and as a ~defense against 3 1, 1 | because thereby men's ~minds are the better preserved 4 1, 6 | good, discerned by purified minds."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[ 5 1, 12 | image we ~can form in our minds the similitude of the original 6 1, 12 | incommutable truth itself above our minds." He also says (De ~Vera 7 1, 12 | common order, raising the minds of some ~living in the flesh 8 1, 41 | begotten insinuates into our minds the mode of the divine generation; 9 1, 54 | angels "intellects" and "minds." Therefore ~the angel is 10 1, 54 | called "intellects" and "minds," as was said ~above (A[ 11 1, 56 | species ~in the angelic minds; as a builder who, if he 12 1, 56 | placed above all heavenly minds." Afterwards he ~adds that, " 13 1, 58 | iii, 6. But the angels' minds are moved ~by understanding, 14 1, 58 | Therefore the angelic ~minds are sometimes in potentiality.~ 15 1, 58 | Dionysius calls them "heavenly minds" ~(A[1]; Q[55], A[1]). Now, 16 1, 58 | there can be error in the minds of the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 58 | falsehood in them. But since the minds of demons ~are utterly perverted 18 1, 65 | world ~hath blinded the minds of unbelievers." But this 19 1, 75 | Div. Nom. vii), "Angelic minds ~have simple and blessed 20 1, 41 | begotten insinuates into our minds the mode of the divine generation; 21 1, 55 | angels "intellects" and "minds." Therefore ~the angel is 22 1, 55 | called "intellects" and "minds," as was said ~above (A[ 23 1, 57 | species ~in the angelic minds; as a builder who, if he 24 1, 57 | placed above all heavenly minds." Afterwards he ~adds that, " 25 1, 59 | iii, 6. But the angels' minds are moved ~by understanding, 26 1, 59 | Therefore the angelic ~minds are sometimes in potentiality.~ 27 1, 59 | Dionysius calls them "heavenly minds" ~(A[1]; Q[55], A[1]). Now, 28 1, 59 | there can be error in the minds of the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 59 | falsehood in them. But since the minds of demons ~are utterly perverted 30 1, 66 | world ~hath blinded the minds of unbelievers." But this 31 1, 74 | Div. Nom. vii), "Angelic minds ~have simple and blessed 32 1, 78 | But angels are called ~"minds" and "intellects." Therefore 33 1, 78 | called "intellects" or "minds." Thus ~intelligence is 34 1, 83 | truth which is above our ~minds." Now the unchangeable truth 35 1, 105 | Divine science by the higher ~minds."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] 36 1, 110 | cannot put thoughts in our minds by causing them ~from within, 37 2, 6 | the ~acts of irrational minds. Therefore such acts are 38 2, 38 | truth were to dawn on our minds, either I should not ~feel 39 2, 40 | steadiness; since their minds are easily changed. Therefore ~ 40 2, 73 | common to us and irrational minds": ~hence, by these sins 41 2, 77 | many have gone out of their minds through ~excess of love 42 2, 79 | this world hath blinded the minds of ~unbelievers": which 43 2, 93 | We see a law above ~our minds, which is called truth." 44 2, 93 | the law which is above our minds ~is the eternal law. Therefore 45 2, 93 | kind, he imprints on their minds a rule ~which is a principle 46 2, 101 | but to be brought to our minds as ~something past or present: 47 2, 101 | and for ~subjugating men's minds to God. Hence the Apostle 48 2, 102 | so, ~to strengthen in the minds of men their belief in the 49 2, 103 | time of the Law, for the minds of the ~faithful, to be 50 2, 113 | Holy Spirit comes to men's ~minds suddenly, according to Acts 51 2, 16 | His own ~sake, uniting our minds to God by the emotion of 52 2, 24 | regards being ~ready in our minds, for instance to come to 53 2, 25 | consists in directing their minds to God, ~wherefore the entire 54 2, 37 | from being a scission of minds," and scission is opposed 55 2, 40 | who sows dissent among minds, and begets discord." Now, 56 2, 70 | we are bound to hold our minds ~prepared to submit to be 57 2, 81 | not in words but in their minds, even as the blood of Abel 58 2, 89 | becomes to incite men's minds towards God by means of 59 2, 93 | order to entangle ~men's minds with vain conceits. Of this 60 2, 93 | in order to entangle our minds with vain opinions. This 61 2, 94 | strive to entangle men's minds with such like trifles. ~ 62 2, 114 | of that love which unites minds together, and this seems 63 2, 117 | and banish from ~their minds all solicitude for temporal 64 2, 126 | wearied, fainting in ~your minds." In this respect he mentions " 65 2, 145 | cleansed from sin, and the minds of the ~faithful to be raised 66 2, 152 | frequent and ~thus men's minds would be enervated by lust. 67 2, 162 | had not occurred to their minds before, ~this was a mutual 68 2, 165 | and hath detained their minds in ~vanity."~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 170 | sanctifying grace to ~their minds, "maketh the friends of 70 2, 171 | refer to true prophets whose minds are ~perfectly enlightened 71 2, 175 | accident). Secondly, lest men's minds be enticed to lust, ~for 72 2, 179 | to their brethren, whose minds they ~inflame with love 73 2, 187 | he was somewhat ~of two minds. For to communicate with 74 3, 12 | the human mind to angelic minds. Now ~Christ's body was 75 3, 14 | wearied. fainting in your minds."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 76 3, 32 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as the minds of other holy men are fashioned 77 3, 36 | brilliant ray enlightened their minds with the light of faith."~ 78 3, 44 | infused wisdom into the simple minds of His disciples: hence 79 3, 44 | whereas here He tames the minds of ~thousands of men." Again, 80 3, 44 | He willed, ~changed the minds of men by His Divine power, 81 3, 49 | to us, not only as to our minds, but also ~as to our hearts. 82 3, 55 | afterwards, however, when their minds were comforted, they went ~ 83 3, 55 | disposed. For, those who have minds well disposed, perceive ~ 84 3, 55 | such as He was in their minds: for, ~because He was as 85 3, 82 | otherwise he would be in two minds. But it is not lawful for 86 3, 82 | removed; nor ~is he in two minds, because he can repent of 87 Suppl, 44| joining together of bodies and minds is a ~result of matrimony.~ 88 Suppl, 64| given to her husband, ~the minds of husband and wife are 89 Suppl, 64| not such a distraction of minds caused by the ~payment of 90 Suppl, 66| seated both in the union of minds, as expressed by the consent,


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