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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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informed

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | about inasmuch as ~sense is informed with the likeness of the 2 1, 12 | the intellect itself is ~informed, and made in act; so the 3 1, 12 | sensible, inasmuch as it is informed by a ~similitude of the 4 1, 12 | creatures in God, it must be informed by their ~similitudes.~Aquin.: 5 1, 12 | itself, when it is directly informed by a ~similitude, and then 6 1, 12 | itself. In another way when ~informed by a similitude which resembles 7 1, 12 | intellect cannot be actually informed by many diverse ideas at 8 1, 14 | intellect or sense is actually informed by the sensible or intelligible ~ 9 1, 17 | likeness of which it is informed; but may fail with regard 10 1, 17 | as the sense is directly informed by the likeness ~of its 11 1, 58 | unless the intellect be informed ~by an intelligible species; 12 1, 58 | OBJ 2: The intellect is informed by the intelligible species 13 1, 62 | except in so far as it is informed by grace; but it cannot 14 1, 62 | cannot at the same ~time be informed by imperfect grace, which 15 1, 62 | merits beatitude by every act informed by ~charity. Hence it remains 16 1, 59 | unless the intellect be informed ~by an intelligible species; 17 1, 59 | OBJ 2: The intellect is informed by the intelligible species 18 1, 63 | except in so far as it is informed by grace; but it cannot 19 1, 63 | cannot at the same ~time be informed by imperfect grace, which 20 1, 63 | merits beatitude by every act informed by ~charity. Hence it remains 21 1, 83 | is ~given in order to be informed by some form. In this way 22 1, 83 | colored because of its being informed with color. That ~this is 23 1, 83 | something" - namely, not informed with such image - "which 24 1, 83 | says that the part which is informed with ~these images - namely, 25 1, 83 | species ~by which it is informed. But if the intellect is 26 1, 84 | the passive intellect as informed by the intelligible species; 27 1, 84 | the passive intellect thus informed forms a definition, or a ~ 28 1, 87 | is such that it can be informed with similitudes abstracted 29 1, 92 | faculty of imagination, informed by the ~species; and thirdly, 30 1, 105 | But the rational mind is ~"informed by God alone, without created 31 1, 110 | however, the imagination is informed in such a way that the ~ 32 1, 117 | male, until it is actually informed by the sensitive soul; ~ 33 2, 54 | Further, just as the body is informed by its shape, so is a power ~ 34 2, 54 | its shape, so is a power ~informed by a habit. But one body 35 2, 54 | But one body cannot be informed at the same time by ~various 36 2, 54 | Therefore neither can a power be informed at the same ~time by many 37 2, 54 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: A body is informed by its shape as by its own 38 2, 68 | manner, and imperfectly, informed by the ~theological virtues, 39 2, 112 | their free-will, already "informed" with grace; for if ~they 40 2, 22 | virtues in relation to ~"informed" acts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 41 3, 30 | namely, that she should be informed in mind concerning Him, ~ 42 3, 30 | fitting that she ~should be informed of the mystery of the Incarnation 43 3, 36 | adoration of the Magi, who were informed of Christ's nativity ~by 44 3, 36 | have been if none had been informed of it. Because in either 45 3, 72 | on which you sought to be informed, i.e. whether ~the imposition 46 3, 72 | instructors by whom they are informed of things ~concerning the 47 3, 78 | which body, although not informed by those ~accidents, is 48 Suppl, 11| Reply OBJ 4: He that is informed of a sin through the priest 49 Suppl, 71| living work, that is to ~say, informed by charity. Now works done 50 Suppl, 89| actually it ~needs to be informed with the likeness of the 51 Suppl, 89| God, since form and thing informed must needs have one being, 52 Suppl, 89| whereby our intellect is informed in understanding God must ~ 53 Suppl, 89| form our intellect were informed, it could not ~be led thereby 54 Suppl, 89| whereby our intellect is informed ~so as to see God. But as 55 Suppl, 89| which our ~intellect is informed now, it does not surpass 56 Suppl, 89| the image of which it is informed. Now the Divine essence 57 Suppl, 90| virtue with ~which they are informed. Now every virtue obtains 58 Suppl, 90| of a reward, ~except as informed by charity: and therefore 59 Suppl, 93| from the will, which is ~informed with charity infused by 60 Appen1, 2| sin proceeds from the will informed by grace, which will be


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