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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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impressed

   Part, Question
1 1, 50 | incorporeal substance is impressed in the ~matter of spiritual 2 1, 50 | the form of quantity is ~impressed in the matter of corporeal 3 1, 56 | in such a way, ~that God impressed upon the angelic mind the 4 1, 56 | corporeal and ~spiritual, were impressed by the Word of God; yet 5 1, 56 | in every angel ~there was impressed the form of his own species 6 1, 56 | and corporeal natures were impressed in him only ~according to 7 1, 56 | natures, so that by such impressed ~species he might know corporeal 8 1, 56 | of things, He would have impressed more intelligible species ~ 9 1, 56 | For since God's image is impressed on the very nature of the 10 1, 67 | received, rather than fully impressed, the ~consequent quality 11 1, 69 | that corporeal matter was impressed with the ~substantial form 12 1, 51 | incorporeal substance is impressed in the ~matter of spiritual 13 1, 51 | the form of quantity is ~impressed in the matter of corporeal 14 1, 57 | in such a way, ~that God impressed upon the angelic mind the 15 1, 57 | corporeal and ~spiritual, were impressed by the Word of God; yet 16 1, 57 | in every angel ~there was impressed the form of his own species 17 1, 57 | and corporeal natures were impressed in him only ~according to 18 1, 57 | natures, so that by such impressed ~species he might know corporeal 19 1, 57 | of things, He would have impressed more intelligible species ~ 20 1, 57 | For since God's image is impressed on the very nature of the 21 1, 68 | received, rather than fully impressed, the ~consequent quality 22 1, 70 | that corporeal matter was impressed with the ~substantial form 23 1, 83 | that corporeal images are impressed on the imagination, ~not 24 1, 84 | place by the senses being impressed by the sensible. The other 25 1, 88 | angels by means of ~divinely impressed ideas; which, however, fail 26 1, 92 | that the image of God is impressed on his mind; ~as a coin 27 2, 28 | contained in the lover, by being impressed ~on his heart and thus becoming 28 2, 51 | intelligible species naturally impressed on them, which cannot be 29 2, 51 | for ~anything to be firmly impressed on the memory. And so the 30 2, 91 | things: but the ~principles impressed on it by nature, are general 31 2, 91 | the ~natural inclination impressed on them. Much less, therefore, 32 2, 113 | a form ~be not suddenly impressed upon its subject, it is 33 2, 47 | because the more a thing is impressed on the mind, ~the less it 34 2, 92 | angels and saints may be impressed and ~confirmed in the mind 35 2, 152 | sacrilege, as ~the order impressed on human nature is prior 36 2, 169 | prophecy is a kind of knowledge impressed under the form of teaching 37 2, 169 | prophecy also, which is an "impressed ~likeness" or "seal of the 38 2, 171 | new species of things are impressed on ~the prophet's mind, 39 2, 171 | new species of ~things are impressed on the prophet's mind, but 40 2, 171 | by means of species newly impressed, the prophet's previous ~ 41 2, 171 | Therefore no new species are ~impressed on the prophet's soul, but 42 2, 171 | new species of things are impressed, ~but merely an intellectual 43 2, 171 | new species of things are impressed, and not merely ~an intellectual 44 2, 171 | but not ~when they are impressed on the mind wholly from 45 2, 171 | intellectual light, or ~impressed with intelligible species, 46 3, 8 | the devil ~is most fully impressed on him. Hence, on 2 Thess. 47 3, 11 | the mode of the knowledge ~impressed on the soul of Christ befitted 48 3, 13 | similitudes of ~all things impressed upon it by God, cannot do 49 3, 73 | which affect us ~most are impressed the deepest in the soul. 50 3, 83 | consecration; for so it is impressed on the memory. ~Hence, if 51 Suppl, 35| said that a character is impressed in the sacred, but not in 52 Suppl, 37| wherefore the character is impressed at the handing of ~the book.~ 53 Suppl, 43| ought nevertheless to be impressed on the heart.~Aquin.: SMT 54 Suppl, 70| wherein corporeal ~images are impressed; which cannot be said of 55 Suppl, 89| must ~needs be a likeness impressed by God on our intellect. 56 Suppl, 89| but that its ~likeness is impressed on our intellect." Therefore 57 Suppl, 89| they are immaterial, but impressed thereby on our souls. ~But 58 Suppl, 89| likeness of the ~Divine essence impressed on our intellect will be 59 Suppl, 89| from any likeness thereof impressed on the intellect, he ~(Dionysius)


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