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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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concept

   Part, Question
1 1, 27 | similitude, inasmuch as the concept of the intellect is a likeness ~ 2 1, 27 | of the intellect and its concept ~are the same; so, although 3 1, 27 | it proceed ~only from the concept of the intellect, there 4 1, 31 | exclude what enters into ~the concept of the term to which it 5 1, 31 | But one person is in the concept of another; as ~the Father 6 1, 31 | as ~the Father is in the concept of the Son; and conversely. 7 1, 31 | exclude what enters into the ~concept of the term to which it 8 1, 33 | nature of man, so to the concept of this particular man ~ 9 1, 33 | in things of which the concept is the same there is no ~ 10 1, 33 | which have not a ~common concept. But the Son is compared 11 1, 33 | prior to, but has the same concept as, ~paternity taken essentially.~ 12 1, 33 | not conversely. For in the concept of ~the person of the Father, 13 1, 34 | vocal sound signifies the ~concept of the intellect. Again 14 1, 34 | signifies the interior concept of the mind. Therefore it 15 1, 34 | and chiefly, the interior concept of the mind is called a 16 1, 34 | signifying the interior concept, is ~so called; and thirdly, 17 1, 34 | in God, as signifying the concept of the ~intellect. Hence 18 1, 34 | beginning was the Word." ~The concept itself of the heart has 19 1, 34 | it signifies the interior concept of the mind, which anyone 20 1, 34 | for it is nothing ~but the concept of the Wise One; and in 21 1, 39 | attribute is in its proper concept ~prior to person, according 22 1, 39 | there ~is nothing in their concept to liken them to the properties 23 1, 39 | word is nothing but the concept of wisdom. In an earthly 24 1, 40 | the same, but differ in ~concept. Consequently, it does not 25 1, 41 | as the word, which is the concept of ~the intellect; and the 26 1, 42 | personal relations: but ~in its concept it includes both the relations 27 1, 42 | relative ~opposites is in the concept of the other. Regarding 28 1, 45 | creation, but to the ~proper concept of the object of creation. 29 1, 47 | word of God, ~which is the concept of His wisdom; and this 30 1, 58 | under ~one intelligible concept, they can be understood 31 1, 39 | attribute is in its proper concept ~prior to person, according 32 1, 39 | there ~is nothing in their concept to liken them to the properties 33 1, 39 | word is nothing but the concept of wisdom. In an earthly 34 1, 40 | the same, but differ in ~concept. Consequently, it does not 35 1, 41 | as the word, which is the concept of ~the intellect; and the 36 1, 42 | personal relations: but ~in its concept it includes both the relations 37 1, 42 | relative ~opposites is in the concept of the other. Regarding 38 1, 46 | creation, but to the ~proper concept of the object of creation. 39 1, 48 | word of God, ~which is the concept of His wisdom; and this 40 1, 59 | under ~one intelligible concept, they can be understood 41 1, 84 | by a word. Wherefore the concept ~conveyed by a word is its 42 1, 92 | image in man to ~the verbal concept born of the knowledge of 43 1, 106 | will; for by the will the concept of the mind is ~ordered 44 1, 106 | speaks to himself; for the concept of the mind is called "the ~ 45 1, 106 | And by the fact that the concept of the angelic mind is ~ 46 1, 106 | the angel himself, the ~concept of one angel is made known 47 1, 106 | to make known the ~mental concept to another.~Aquin.: SMT 48 1, 106 | Reply OBJ 1: Our mental concept is hidden by a twofold obstacle. 49 1, 106 | which can retain the mental concept within, or can ~direct it 50 1, 106 | obstacle whereby the mental ~concept is excluded from another 51 1, 106 | when the will directs the concept of the mind ~to make itself 52 1, 106 | and so he can make his concept known to ~another at once.~ 53 1, 106 | interior speech by mental concept, but also its being ordered 54 1, 106 | he manifests his mental concept.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[107] A[ 55 1, 106 | will he directs his ~mental concept in such a way, that it becomes 56 1, 106 | speak is to order the mental concept in reference to ~another, 57 1, 106 | ever orders his mental ~concept to God. So if an angel speaks 58 1, 106 | by ordering ~his mental concept to something else. Now one 59 1, 106 | common. So ~if the mental concept of one ordered to another 60 1, 106 | explained (AA[1],2), the mental concept of one ~angel can be perceived 61 1, 106 | angel who possesses the ~concept refers it by his will to 62 1, 106 | another; consequently the ~concept of one (angel) may be known 63 1, 108 | one angel manifests his concept to another. Now the ~demon' 64 1, 108 | can make known his mental concept to another by way of ~speech.~ 65 1, 109 | matter proceed from the concept ~of the "intellect"; and 66 1, 109 | formally changed by the soul's concept; ~especially as the movement 67 1, 109 | corporeal members obey the concept of the soul as ~regards 68 1, 110 | angel divides his universal concept of the truth according to ~ 69 2, 91 | Accordingly the eternal concept of the Divine law bears 70 2, 93 | things, so that a human concept is not true by ~reason of 71 2, 179 | audible sign of the interior ~concept. Accordingly one object 72 2, 179 | object of ~the interior concept; and as to this object teaching 73 2, 179 | the matter of the interior concept. For it pertains to ~the 74 2, 179 | to express his interior concept in words, so as to bring 75 3, 3 | the craftsman, i.e. his concept, is an exemplar likeness 76 3, 3 | God, Who is His eternal ~concept, is the exemplar likeness 77 3, 3 | nature, since the Word ~is a concept of the eternal Wisdom, from 78 3, 48 | the same way as a single concept of thought is ~expressed 79 3, 62 | it proceeds from a mental concept, of arousing the ~mind of 80 3, 78 | not of producing, as ~the concept of the practical intellect, 81 3, 78 | thing, ~is compared to the concept of our speculative intellect 82 3, 78 | i). And therefore as the concept of the practical ~intellect 83 Suppl, 65| there needs to be a natural ~concept, and in the appetitive power 84 Suppl, 65| is imbued with a ~natural concept, whereby he is directed 85 Suppl, 65| law is nothing else than a concept ~naturally instilled into 86 Suppl, 65| power follows the ~natural concept in the cognitive power. 87 Suppl, 65| opposed to the natural concept for a man to have several


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