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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mental

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | that there are some ~mental concepts self-evident only 2 1, 28 | Relations which result from the mental operation alone in ~the 3 1, 36 | unless we apprehend it by a mental conception. Hence also ~ 4 1, 36 | after the similitude of the mental word, ~whence proceeds love.~ 5 1, 40 | the persons?~(3) Whether mental abstraction of the relations 6 1, 57 | angel knows both by his one mental power. For the ~order of 7 1, 63 | the ~succession of their mental acts, or of their affections. 8 1, 40 | the persons?~(3) Whether mental abstraction of the relations 9 1, 58 | angel knows both by his one mental power. For the ~order of 10 1, 64 | the ~succession of their mental acts, or of their affections. 11 1, 78 | truth simply and ~without mental discussion, as Dionysius 12 1, 86 | x, 9), concerning such mental inquiry: "Let the mind strive 13 1, 88 | the intellect as regards mental composition and division, ~ 14 1, 92 | species points to the ~(mental) word of the maker, just 15 1, 106 | means to make known the ~mental concept to another.~Aquin.: 16 1, 106 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Our mental concept is hidden by a twofold 17 1, 106 | will, which can retain the mental concept within, or can ~ 18 1, 106 | other obstacle whereby the mental ~concept is excluded from 19 1, 106 | the ~interior speech by mental concept, but also its being 20 1, 106 | whereby he manifests his mental concept.~Aquin.: SMT FP 21 1, 106 | own will he directs his ~mental concept in such a way, that 22 1, 106 | to speak is to order the mental concept in reference to ~ 23 1, 106 | an angel ever orders his mental ~concept to God. So if an 24 1, 106 | speaks by ordering ~his mental concept to something else. 25 1, 106 | power in common. So ~if the mental concept of one ordered to 26 1, 106 | explained (AA[1],2), the mental concept of one ~angel can 27 1, 108 | but one can make known his mental concept to another by way 28 2, 15 | commit a sin, unless that mental faculty ~which has the sovereign 29 2, 93 | same applies to ~the human mental word, which is nothing else 30 2, 14 | privation of the ~principle of mental or intellectual sight. Now 31 2, 150 | perchance on account ~of some mental fault she be not yet ripe 32 2, 151 | of ~a future world." For mental blindness, thoughtlessness 33 2, 171 | are not thrown off their mental ~balance, like persons who 34 3, 23 | already built is like the ~mental word of the builder in its 35 3, 60 | purpose of signifying various mental concepts, so that we ~are 36 3, 62 | inasmuch as it proceeds from a mental concept, of arousing the ~ 37 3, 64 | For some hold that ~the mental intention of the minister 38 3, 73 | be incorporated in Him by mental desire, even ~without receiving 39 3, 76 | eye, ~but only with the mental eye. Hence there is no parallel 40 3, 80 | The other reason is the mental distraction which follows 41 3, 80 | not taken away, nor the ~mental distraction which follows 42 3, 80 | it does matter as to the mental ~disturbance which one suffers 43 Suppl, 45| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the mental consent of one person cannot 44 Suppl, 45| that he was wanting in mental consent, notwithstanding 45 Suppl, 45| would not be the case if mental consent ~were requisite 46 Suppl, 45| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If mental consent is lacking in one 47 Suppl, 46| marriage ~in the absence of mental consent, as stated above ( 48 Suppl, 51| person, so are bodily or mental qualities. But error ~regarding 49 Suppl, 85| accusation and of defense will be mental, ~according to Rm. 2:15, 50 Suppl, 93| bodily suffering is less than mental, which consists of ~internal


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