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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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abstraction

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | nature of every species by ~abstraction from the singular. Hence 2 1, 14 | God, is immaterial not by abstraction, but of itself, being the 3 1, 14 | speculative knowledge comes by abstraction from things; ~which does 4 1, 40 | persons?~(3) Whether mental abstraction of the relations from the 5 1, 40 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, Abstraction by the intellect is twofold - 6 1, 40 | in the fact that in ~the abstraction of the universal from the 7 1, 40 | particular, that from which ~the abstraction is made does not remain; 8 1, 40 | alone remains. But in the abstraction of the form ~from the matter, 9 1, 40 | So, if we speak of the abstraction of the ~universal from the 10 1, 40 | 2/4~But as regards the abstraction of the form from the matter, 11 1, 42 | subsistence. The sixth is the abstraction of a species from matter, 12 1, 54 | potentiality, ~in so far as by abstraction it makes them to be actually 13 1, 55 | which is in the intellect by abstraction from matter and from ~material 14 1, 57 | intelligible by a process of abstraction. But he does not derive ~ 15 1, 57 | it makes intelligible by abstraction.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 16 1, 57 | apprehends only by a process of abstraction; and by such abstraction 17 1, 57 | abstraction; and by such abstraction from ~material conditions 18 1, 40 | persons?~(3) Whether mental abstraction of the relations from the 19 1, 40 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, Abstraction by the intellect is twofold - 20 1, 40 | in the fact that in ~the abstraction of the universal from the 21 1, 40 | particular, that from which ~the abstraction is made does not remain; 22 1, 40 | alone remains. But in the abstraction of the form ~from the matter, 23 1, 40 | So, if we speak of the abstraction of the ~universal from the 24 1, 40 | 2/4~But as regards the abstraction of the form from the matter, 25 1, 42 | subsistence. The sixth is the abstraction of a species from matter, 26 1, 55 | potentiality, ~in so far as by abstraction it makes them to be actually 27 1, 56 | which is in the intellect by abstraction from matter and from ~material 28 1, 58 | intelligible by a process of abstraction. But he does not derive ~ 29 1, 58 | it makes intelligible by abstraction.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 30 1, 58 | apprehends only by a process of abstraction; and by such abstraction 31 1, 58 | abstraction; and by such abstraction from ~material conditions 32 1, 78 | actually intelligible, by ~abstraction of the species from material 33 1, 78 | actually intelligible by way of abstraction.~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 34 1, 78 | actually ~immaterial, by abstraction from the conditions of individual 35 1, 83 | intelligible, by a process of abstraction.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 36 1, 84 | and material things by ~abstraction from phantasms?~Aquin.: 37 1, 84 | and material things by abstraction from the phantasms. For 38 1, 84 | understand material things by abstraction of the species from the ~ 39 1, 84 | cannot be understood by ~abstraction of the universal from the 40 1, 84 | seeing is not ~caused by abstraction of species from color, but 41 1, 84 | understanding take ~place by abstraction of something from the phantasm, 42 1, 84 | way do we understand by abstraction from phantasms.~Aquin.: 43 1, 84 | and not, therefore, ~by abstraction.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 44 1, 84 | that we understand not by ~abstraction, but by participating things 45 1, 84 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Abstraction may occur in two ways: First, 46 1, 84 | does, ~in the first mode of abstraction, imply falsehood. But, in 47 1, 84 | in the second ~mode of abstraction, for the intellect to abstract 48 1, 84 | consider the twofold kind of abstraction, as ~above explained (ad 49 1, 84 | are made more fit for the abstraction therefrom of intelligible ~ 50 1, 84 | nature of a thing and its abstraction or universality. ~Therefore 51 1, 84 | is due to intellectual abstraction, the ~universal thus considered 52 1, 84 | understanding ~by way of abstraction. But what is a principle 53 1, 85 | universal comes from the abstraction of the form from the particular ~ 54 1, 87 | understand by a process of abstraction, which is impossible in 55 1, 87 | again be made subject to abstraction; and as the process of ~ 56 1, 87 | and as the process of ~abstraction cannot go on forever, it 57 1, 88 | which are necessary for the abstraction of species: nor does it ~ 58 1, 88 | things, one by means of abstraction ~from phantasms, and in 59 1, 88 | the singular by way of ~abstraction; neither does the separated 60 1, 88 | soul knows the singular ~by abstraction from the sensible. If that 61 1, 88 | however, impossible ~because abstraction of the species from the 62 1, 106 | operation takes place by abstraction from the "here and now," 63 2, 29 | universal is obtained by abstraction from individual matter, 64 2, 29 | universality is given ~by abstraction.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 65 2, 14 | operation in man consists in an ~abstraction from sensible phantasms, 66 2, 51 | intellectual virtue consists in abstraction from ~sensible objects. 67 2, 171 | is always accompanied by abstraction ~from the sense?~(4) Whether 68 2, 171 | is always accompanied by abstraction from ~the senses?~Aquin.: 69 2, 171 | is always accompanied by ~abstraction from the senses. For it 70 2, 171 | said nor done, there is abstraction from the ~senses. Therefore 71 2, 171 | is always accompanied by abstraction from the ~senses. ~Aquin.: 72 2, 171 | is always accompanied ~by abstraction from the senses.~Aquin.: 73 2, 171 | be always accompanied by abstraction from the ~senses.~Aquin.: 74 2, 171 | vision is not ~accompanied by abstraction from the senses.~Aquin.: 75 2, 171 | evident that there is ~no abstraction from the senses, when something 76 2, 171 | 3] Body Para. 2/4~Again, abstraction from the external senses 77 2, 171 | images in the ~imagination, abstraction from the senses is necessary 78 2, 171 | external sensation. Yet ~this abstraction from the senses is sometimes 79 2, 171 | Body Para. 4/4~Yet this abstraction from the senses takes place 80 2, 171 | its application ~leads to abstraction from the senses; but when 81 2, 171 | sense, there ~is no need for abstraction from the senses.~Aquin.: 82 2, 171 | above. Hence there is no ~abstraction from the senses when the 83 2, 173 | happens to those who suffer ~abstraction from the senses through 84 2, 173 | operation that ~requires abstraction of the intellect from phantasms, 85 3, 12 | could increase by this ~abstraction of species; inasmuch as 86 Suppl, 70| with greater or ~lesser abstraction from matter and material 87 Suppl, 89| intellect attains to the supreme abstraction of any ~intelligible quiddity, 88 Suppl, 89| results from some kind of abstraction from ~matter. Wherefore


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