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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intelligent

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | the archer. Therefore some intelligent being exists by whom all 2 1, 4 | what merely exists; ~and an intelligent thing than what merely lives. 3 1, 4 | living things also exist and ~intelligent things both exist and live. 4 1, 14 | understanding abides in the ~intelligent agent, and will is in the 5 1, 14 | this, we must note that intelligent beings are distinguished 6 1, 14 | their own form; ~whereas the intelligent being is naturally adapted 7 1, 14 | limited; whereas the nature of intelligent beings has a ~greater amplitude 8 1, 14 | the non-living, and the intelligent from the ~non-intelligent. 9 1, 18 | after showing God to be intelligent, that God has life ~most 10 1, 19 | the intellect is actually intelligent by its intelligible ~form. 11 1, 27 | of which ~remains in the intelligent agent. For whenever we understand, 12 1, 27 | joined and united to the intelligent agent; since the intellect 13 1, 27 | or understood is in the intelligent agent. Hence, ~besides the 14 1, 28 | exist the relations of the intelligent ~agent to the object understood; 15 1, 29 | and the most perfectly ~intelligent being. If we could speak 16 1, 29 | in a general sense, an ~intelligent nature. But God cannot be 17 1, 32 | creates, or is wise, or is intelligent. The essentials, ~however, 18 1, 34 | lix), as the Father is intelligent, the Son is ~intelligent, 19 1, 34 | intelligent, the Son is ~intelligent, and the Holy Ghost is intelligent, 20 1, 34 | intelligent, and the Holy Ghost is intelligent, so the Father speaks, the ~ 21 1, 34 | act ~going out from the intelligent agent, but an act remaining 22 1, 34 | only the habitude of the ~intelligent agent to the thing understood, 23 1, 34 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: To be intelligent belongs to the Son, in the 24 1, 34 | begetting; and hence He is intelligent, not as producing a Word, 25 1, 37 | Reply OBJ 1: To be wise or intelligent is taken only essentially 26 1, 37 | that "the Father is wise or intelligent by the ~Son." But to love 27 1, 50 | because he is ever actually intelligent, and not as if he were ~ 28 1, 54 | creature to be entirely intelligent; and not in part, as is 29 1, 61 | Reply OBJ 3: Angels and intelligent souls are incorruptible 30 1, 70 | aptitude for being ~moved by an intelligent power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 31 1, 72 | bees and ants, are more intelligent in certain ways). Scripture, ~ 32 1, 75 | of the soul; for man is intelligent, whereas ~animals are not. 33 1, 76 | 3: Individuality of the intelligent being, or of the species ~ 34 1, 37 | Reply OBJ 1: To be wise or intelligent is taken only essentially 35 1, 37 | that "the Father is wise or intelligent by the ~Son." But to love 36 1, 51 | because he is ever actually intelligent, and not as if he were ~ 37 1, 55 | creature to be entirely intelligent; and not in part, as is 38 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: Angels and intelligent souls are incorruptible 39 1, 71 | aptitude for being ~moved by an intelligent power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 40 1, 71 | bees and ants, are more intelligent in certain ways). Scripture, ~ 41 1, 74 | of the soul; for man is intelligent, whereas ~animals are not. 42 1, 75 | 3: Individuality of the intelligent being, or of the species ~ 43 1, 78 | immateriality of the created intelligent substance is ~not its intellect; 44 1, 78 | the immateriality of the intelligent ~substance. Therefore it 45 1, 78 | the same ~intellect in all intelligent beings; but it must be one 46 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The intelligent act of the human intellect 47 1, 86 | the ~material thing and intelligent act could be understood 48 1, 86 | act of the will, is in the intelligent subject intelligibly as 49 1, 86 | whatever ~is intelligibly in an intelligent subject, is understood by 50 1, 88 | through becoming actually intelligent by means of ~ideas abstracted 51 1, 88 | different state of the intelligent soul; not by diversity of 52 1, 92 | the ~First Life; and as intelligent, like to the Supreme Wisdom.~ 53 1, 92 | man belongs to him as "an intelligent being ~endowed with free-will 54 1, 92 | that the ~image implies "an intelligent being, endowed with free-will 55 1, 104 | bulk is the power of an intelligent being, which operates ~in 56 1, 104 | intellectual operation in the ~intelligent being; one which is the 57 1, 104 | follows that He is the First intelligent Being. Therefore since in 58 1, 111 | minister: for a minister is an intelligent instrument; while an ~instrument 59 2 | as the image implies "an intelligent being ~endowed with free-will 60 2, 2 | things that exist, ~and intelligent better than living things.~ 61 2, 2 | being ~which is living, intelligent and happy. And this belongs 62 2, 58 | not say that he is wise or intelligent, but that he ~is gentle 63 2, 42 | account of those who ~are less intelligent, who do not easily understand 64 3, 9 | as an intelligible ~to an intelligent being; and the Divine Essence 65 Suppl, 71| others more, if ~they be more intelligent. And if it were pointed 66 Suppl, 89| since the perfection of an ~intelligent being as such is the intelligible


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