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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | Again, according to the Platonists, ~who, through not distinguishing 2 1, 5 | Although, according to the Platonists, primary matter ~may be 3 1, 32 | Rm. 1); or, ~because the Platonists asserted the existence of 4 1, 32 | who in this ~followed the Platonists. When Trismegistus says, " 5 1, 51 | using the opinion ~of the Platonists, who maintained that there 6 1, 63 | agree with the view of the ~Platonists, which Augustine quotes ( 7 1, 65 | And, according to the Platonists, the ~order of forms corresponds 8 1, 65 | of the same type, as the Platonists held, but ~either to intelligible 9 1, 70 | On the other hand, the ~Platonists held that the heavenly bodies 10 1, 70 | body and the other not. The Platonists ~explain the union of soul 11 1, 76 | only as its motor, as the Platonists maintain, ~it would necessarily 12 1, 76 | the soul, according to the Platonists, were united to ~the body 13 1, 76 | of man. Of ~these certain Platonists said that the intellectual 14 1, 52 | using the opinion ~of the Platonists, who maintained that there 15 1, 64 | agree with the view of the ~Platonists, which Augustine quotes ( 16 1, 66 | And, according to the Platonists, the ~order of forms corresponds 17 1, 66 | of the same type, as the Platonists held, but ~either to intelligible 18 1, 71 | On the other hand, the ~Platonists held that the heavenly bodies 19 1, 71 | body and the other not. The Platonists ~explain the union of soul 20 1, 75 | only as its motor, as the Platonists maintain, ~it would necessarily 21 1, 75 | the soul, according to the Platonists, were united to ~the body 22 1, 75 | of man. Of ~these certain Platonists said that the intellectual 23 1, 83 | in the thing known. The Platonists however ~were of a contrary 24 1, 83 | by sluggishness, as the Platonists expressed it, and by ~forgetfulness, 25 1, 83 | with the doctrines of the Platonists, found in ~their teaching 26 1, 83 | apart from matter, as the Platonists held, ~asserting that "per 27 1, 83 | the eternal types, as the Platonists ~held, maintaining that 28 1, 83 | separate form; or if, as the ~Platonists say, the natures of sensible 29 1, 84 | according to the teaching of the Platonists all science is about ideas, ~ 30 1, 84 | indivisible (forms), as the Platonists maintained, it would follow 31 1, 84 | primarily; for according to the Platonists ~what is first is first 32 1, 85 | participating the ideas as the Platonists ~maintained, because in 33 1, 86 | made actual. For even the Platonists ~asserted than an order 34 1, 86 | human intellect, as the Platonists held, ~became actual by 35 1, 87 | material things; as the Platonists supposed. But ~supposing, 36 1, 88 | up with the body, ~as the Platonists said, the difficulty would 37 1, 109 | holy doctors held with the Platonists that different spiritual ~ 38 1, 109 | 1/2~I answer that, The Platonists [*Phaedo. xlix: Tim. (Did.) 39 1, 111 | rests on the opinion of the Platonists, who said that the ~nearer 40 1, 114 | fire were separate, as the ~Platonists supposed, it would be, in 41 1, 114 | Para. 2/3~This is why the Platonists maintained the existence 42 1, 114 | 2/2~For this reason the Platonists were led to hold that demons 43 1, 116 | there is the opinion of the Platonists, who held that our ~souls 44 2, 5 | following the ~error of certain Platonists, held that man can become 45 2, 36 | consists: wherefore the Platonists held that "one" ~is a principle, 46 2, 52 | Plotinus and the other ~Platonists held that qualities and 47 2, 58 | to right reason, as the ~Platonists maintained [*Cf. Plato, 48 2, 63 | was the opinion of the Platonists. Others said that they are 49 2, 22 | speaking is common among the ~Platonists, with whose doctrines Augustine 50 2, 92 | Lastly, others, ~namely, the Platonists, said that there is one 51 3, 2 | separate idea, just as the ~Platonists conceived of man without 52 3, 4 | man, which, according to ~Platonists, is human nature abstracted 53 3, 4 | away from matter, as the Platonists held; ~secondly, as existing 54 3, 4 | outside the singular, as the Platonists held, ~although some say 55 Suppl, 70| according to the ~opinion of the Platonists who maintained this as stated


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