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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dreams

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | intelligible things. Hence in dreams and alienations of the bodily 2 1, 17 | that shadows, pictures, and dreams are said to be false inasmuch ~ 3 1, 110| things which are seen in dreams are seen by ~imaginative 4 1, 110| angels reveal things in dreams, as appears ~from Mt. 1: 5 1, 110| who appeared to Joseph ~in dreams. Therefore an angel can 6 1, 110| the cause of ~visions in dreams, that "when an animal sleeps, 7 2, 48 | wherefore the imaginings of dreams are ~pleasant. Accordingly 8 2, 93 | stars;~(6) Of divination by dreams;~(7) Of divination by auguries 9 2, 93 | Sometimes they make use of dreams, and ~this is called "divination 10 2, 93 | is called "divination by dreams": sometimes they employ 11 2, 93 | 1~Whether divination by dreams is unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 93 | seem that divination by dreams is not unlawful. It is ~ 13 2, 93 | are instructed by ~God in dreams, for it is written (Job 14 2, 93 | make use of divination by dreams.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 15 2, 93 | Further, those who interpret dreams, properly speaking, make 16 2, 93 | make use ~of divination by dreams. Now we read of holy men 17 2, 93 | of holy men interpreting dreams: ~thus Joseph interpreted 18 2, 93 | thus Joseph interpreted the dreams of Pharaoh's butler and 19 2, 93 | Therefore divination by dreams is not unlawful.~Aquin.: 20 2, 93 | the experience of all that dreams are significative of the ~ 21 2, 93 | to deny the efficacy of dreams for the ~purpose of divination, 22 2, 93 | one that . . . observeth dreams."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 23 2, 93 | foreknowing the future from ~dreams. Now dreams are sometimes 24 2, 93 | future from ~dreams. Now dreams are sometimes the cause 25 2, 93 | something: while ~sometimes dreams are signs of future happenings, 26 2, 93 | some common cause of both dreams and future occurrences, 27 2, 93 | is frequently known from dreams. We must, then, ~consider 28 2, 93 | consider what is the cause of dreams, and whether it can be the 29 2, 93 | observed that the cause of dreams is sometimes ~in us and 30 2, 93 | us. The inward cause of dreams is twofold: ~one regards 31 2, 93 | asleep. A such like cause of dreams is not a cause of future 32 2, 93 | future occurrences, ~so that dreams of this kind are related 33 2, 93 | sometimes the inward cause of dreams regards the body: because 34 2, 93 | abundance of cold humors dreams that he is in the water 35 2, 93 | that we should take note of dreams in order to ~discover internal 36 2, 93 | manner the outward cause of dreams is twofold, corporal and ~ 37 2, 93 | things to men in their ~dreams by the ministry of the angels, 38 2, 93 | divination in making ~use of dreams for the foreknowledge of 39 2, 93 | future, so long as those ~dreams are due to divine revelation, 40 2, 152| disturbance, the ~sleeper dreams things that are connected 41 2, 152| the state ~of sleep, "the dreams of good men are better than 42 2, 169| Divine revelations, and the dreams of her own soul." Now prophecy ~ 43 2, 170| of the future by means of dreams, comes either from the ~ 44 2, 170| that "if ~interpretation of dreams is from God, it is unfitting 45 2, 171| and such is divination by dreams. And yet a man will be a 46 2, 171| vision that takes place by dreams and apparitions consists 47 2, 172| mentions three, namely "dreams," to ~which he gives the 48 2, 172| consists of words, deeds, dreams, and ~visions. Therefore 49 2, 172| vision, to which vision and dreams pertain, rather ~than according 50 2, 172| to the difference between dreams which ~occur during sleep, 51 2, 173| such as appears in one's ~dreams. Now if he knew it to be 52 3, 7 | who saw Divine things in ~dreams and visions, and Moses,


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