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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perceive

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | Boethius ~says (De Hebdom.): "I perceive that in nature the fact 2 1, 5 | Boethius (De Hebrom.), "I perceive that in ~nature the fact 3 1, 12 | concretely; for ~in no way can it perceive a nature except as this 4 1, 19 | known. If the understanding perceive ~the conclusion in the premiss 5 1, 19 | being utterly unable to perceive the ~cause that is shown 6 1, 28 | A[2] Body Para. 2/4~To perceive the error here expressed, 7 1, 51 | be said that the angels perceive through the organs of their ~ 8 1, 56 | that sense may actually perceive. And the ~object which is 9 1, 58 | they were straightway to perceive as known ~all its consequent 10 1, 59 | a knowledge whereby they perceive the aspect of goodness; ~ 11 1, 68 | the most uneducated can perceive by their ~senses that earth 12 1, 70 | spheres; and yet our senses perceive the movement of the ~luminaries 13 1, 76 | contraries, and is ~able to perceive them. Therefore the more 14 1, 52 | be said that the angels perceive through the organs of their ~ 15 1, 57 | that sense may actually perceive. And the ~object which is 16 1, 59 | they were straightway to perceive as known ~all its consequent 17 1, 60 | a knowledge whereby they perceive the aspect of goodness; ~ 18 1, 69 | the most uneducated can perceive by their ~senses that earth 19 1, 71 | spheres; and yet our senses perceive the movement of the ~luminaries 20 1, 75 | contraries, and is ~able to perceive them. Therefore the more 21 1, 77 | must be much more able to perceive its own vision, as being 22 1, 77 | which the sense does not perceive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 23 1, 77 | forms which the senses perceive, and in which the animal 24 1, 77 | Animals, therefore, need ~to perceive such intentions, which the 25 1, 77 | exterior sense does not perceive. ~And some distinct principle 26 1, 77 | intentions: ~for other animals perceive these intentions only by 27 1, 77 | which the senses cannot perceive. In like ~manner does the 28 1, 78 | by experience, since we perceive that we abstract universal ~ 29 1, 83 | Secondly, because, "whatever we perceive by the body, even ~when 30 1, 83 | senses, whether ~what we perceive be the sensible object or 31 1, 83 | the phantasms in order to ~perceive the universal nature existing 32 1, 84 | object: otherwise sight would perceive ~hearing rather than color.~ 33 1, 87 | the more clearly does it perceive the ~intelligible truth 34 1, 92 | and loves itself. If we perceive ~this, we perceive a trinity, 35 1, 92 | If we perceive ~this, we perceive a trinity, not, indeed, 36 1, 95 | generation of things we perceive a certain order of procession 37 1, 106 | another; and this is to perceive his speech.~Aquin.: SMT 38 1, 106 | therefore an angel can perceive the speech of one angel 39 1, 111 | Yet not all the angels can perceive the secrets of ~the Divine 40 2, 2 | his past excesses, will perceive that pleasures had a sad ~ 41 2, 11 | visible; of the hearing, to ~perceive sounds; and so forth. But 42 2, 31 | their nature, they do not perceive it, whereas animals do. 43 2, 35 | interior cognitive power can perceive the present, past and future. ~ 44 2, 35 | in witnessing them, ~we perceive ourselves to conceive a 45 2, 39 | is due ~that the senses perceive, and that nature shuns, 46 2, 51 | is a part, should at once perceive that every whole ~is larger 47 2, 105 | Dt. 17:8,9): "If thou ~perceive that there be among you 48 2, 105 | 34,35): "In very deed I ~perceive that God is not a respecter 49 2, 112 | thus when we wish, we ~perceive that we have a will; and 50 2, 14 | penetration as it were to perceive the smallest ~details or 51 2, 14 | to be acute when they can perceive a sensible object from ~ 52 2, 14 | through being unable to perceive, except sensible objects ~ 53 2, 14 | understanding, does not perceive ~its object through a medium 54 2, 73 | xx, 14), "Who when they perceive any ~good points appearing 55 2, 92 | says: "Ye ~men of Athens, I perceive that in all things you are 56 2, 111 | in himself he does not ~perceive, or by denying something 57 2, 121 | man to ~delight so as to perceive his delight, but it suffices 58 2, 121 | desires pleasure. For we ~perceive that even the most untamed 59 2, 130 | human glory he does not perceive its baneful ~power, for 60 2, 145 | commends humility, helps man to perceive what is frail and paltry."~ 61 2, 174 | but also that he should perceive an imaginary vision: ~and 62 2, 183 | to the ~office of prelate perceive something in himself on 63 2, 183 | but ~it suffices that he perceive nothing in himself which 64 3, 26 | how it was that he did not perceive the fallacy of the argument, 65 3, 55 | have minds well disposed, perceive ~Divine things rightly, 66 3, 55 | whereas those not so disposed perceive them with a ~certain confusion 67 3, 66 | mind again and again, I perceive that not only can suffering ~ 68 3, 67 | parents. ~If, however, they perceive in any way that the contrary 69 3, 71 | nostrils being opened ~he may perceive the odor of the knowledge 70 3, 72 | life of the body, we can perceive ~that which is special to 71 3, 76 | cannot by their intellect perceive ~Christ in this sacrament, 72 3, 77 | bread and ~wine, the senses perceive also rarity and density, 73 3, 77 | 1/1~On the contrary, We perceive by our senses that the consecrated 74 3, 83 | consecration the priest ~perceive that no wine has been put 75 Suppl, 79| be ~altered in order to perceive its object. Now the smaller 76 Suppl, 80| because he ~is able to perceive by sight things of the smallest 77 Suppl, 81| evidence: for sense can only perceive that which is present, although ~ 78 Suppl, 81| although ~glorified bodies can perceive from a greater distance 79 Suppl, 82| has a natural tendency to perceive light, even ~as the true 80 Suppl, 82| the same time, so as to perceive them both ~perfectly. But 81 Suppl, 84| resurrection men will be unable to perceive ~their sins by means of 82 Suppl, 89| external sense is said to perceive things of this ~kind, although 83 Suppl, 89| the sense is not said to perceive it even indirectly.~Aquin.: 84 Suppl, 89| impossible for the sight to ~perceive that which is neither color 85 Suppl, 89| OBJ 7: The intellect can perceive spiritual things, whereas 86 Suppl, 96| the joys they receive, and perceive in them the torments they


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