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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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avicenna

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1 1, 7 | this subject. Some, as ~Avicenna and Algazel, said that it 2 1, 11 | substances of ~all things. Avicenna, however, on the contrary, 3 1, 16 | with the principle; also Avicenna's ~definition (Metaph. viii, 4 1, 28 | infinitely multiplied, as Avicenna says. Therefore in God there 5 1, 45 | cause, can create. And thus Avicenna asserted that the first ~ 6 1, 46 | creation, as appears from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, text 4).~Aquin.: 7 1, 47 | secondary agents, as ~did Avicenna, who said that God by understanding 8 1, 65 | the cause of ~all being. Avicenna, however, and certain others, 9 1, 71 | OBJ 1: It was laid down by Avicenna that animals of all kinds 10 1, 71 | the ~water themselves, as Avicenna held, but in the power originally 11 1, 76 | 4 Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 4: Avicenna held that the substantial 12 1, 46 | cause, can create. And thus Avicenna asserted that the first ~ 13 1, 47 | creation, as appears from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, text 4).~Aquin.: 14 1, 48 | secondary agents, as ~did Avicenna, who said that God by understanding 15 1, 66 | the cause of ~all being. Avicenna, however, and certain others, 16 1, 71 | OBJ 1: It was laid down by Avicenna that animals of all kinds 17 1, 71 | the ~water themselves, as Avicenna held, but in the power originally 18 1, 75 | 4 Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 4: Avicenna held that the substantial 19 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Avicenna (De Anima iv, 1) assigns 20 1, 77 | of individual intentions. Avicenna, ~however, assigns between 21 1, 78 | the intellect: because Avicenna held that this was impossible. 22 1, 83 | many ways ~(Metaph. vi), Avicenna (De Anima v) setting this 23 1, 83 | corporeal matter. And so ~Avicenna agrees with Plato in this, 24 1, 83 | subsist of themselves, while Avicenna placed them in the "active ~ 25 1, 83 | too, in this respect, that Avicenna held that ~the intelligible 26 1, 83 | 5~And if it be said with Avicenna, that the senses are necessary 27 1, 90 | power of a heavenly body, as Avicenna imagined; although the power ~ 28 1, 109 | agents, the heavenly bodies. Avicenna followed a ~middle course. 29 1, 109 | participations of ~immaterial forms. Avicenna followed them in this opinion 30 1, 114 | Consequently both Plato and Avicenna, who ~follows him to a certain 31 1, 116 | 2 Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 2: Avicenna assigns the cause of bewitchment 32 2, 17 | kind of motion; because Avicenna says that there ~are four 33 2, 17 | Because, according to Avicenna, "the power that commands 34 2, 23 | approach and ~withdrawal," as Avicenna declares in his sixth book 35 2, 25 | dare to avenge himself, ~as Avicenna observes in the sixth book 36 2, 31 | 2~I answer that, Joy, as Avicenna states (De Anima iv), is 37 2, 46 | ensue, but only sorrow, as ~Avicenna states (De Anima iv, 6).~ 38 2, 63 | the active intellect, as Avicenna ~maintained. Others said 39 Suppl, 44| equality. Now according to Avicenna the relation of equality 40 Suppl, 72| the opinions ~of Plato and Avicenna. But in nature there is 41 Suppl, 76| seems nearer the truth, is Avicenna's, ~according to whom the 42 Suppl, 77| knows it. For this reason Avicenna (Metaph. ii) says ~that " 43 Suppl, 82| body. ~Because according to Avicenna (Natural. vi, 2), "every 44 Suppl, 82| Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Avicenna is speaking of a body that 45 Suppl, 89| intelligence. Now according to Avicenna (Metaph. iii), ~"the existence 46 Suppl, 89| simple thing itself, as Avicenna says (Met. ~iii). On the 47 Suppl, 89| it ~were. For this reason Avicenna in his Metaphysics. propounds 48 Suppl, 89| not uphold the saying of Avicenna as regards the ~point at 49 Suppl, 89| perhaps we might say that Avicenna refers to the knowledge 50 Suppl, 89| essence of the intellect, as Avicenna proves (De Natural. vi.), 51 Suppl, 94| For ~some philosophers, as Avicenna, disbelieving in the resurrection, 52 Suppl, 94| punishment. For this ~reason Avicenna himself (Met. ix) added 53 Suppl, 94| of the dreamer. Wherefore Avicenna also that he might avoid


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