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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perceives

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | absence. Hence, when anyone perceives the ~likeness of a thing 2 1, 51 | Consequently, the angel perceives by ~the assumed body; and 3 1, 58 | intellect at the same instant perceives principles and conclusions ~ 4 1, 59 | the same power of sight perceives color ~and whiteness. But 5 1, 70 | the sense of touch, which perceives elemental qualities, ~and 6 1, 75 | faculty, apart from the body, perceives ~sensible objects. Therefore, 7 1, 52 | Consequently, the angel perceives by ~the assumed body; and 8 1, 59 | intellect at the same instant perceives principles and conclusions ~ 9 1, 60 | the same power of sight perceives color ~and whiteness. But 10 1, 71 | the sense of touch, which perceives elemental qualities, ~and 11 1, 74 | faculty, apart from the body, perceives ~sensible objects. Therefore, 12 1, 77 | evident. But taste, which perceives the sweet and the bitter, 13 1, 77 | natural ~instinct, while man perceives them by means of coalition 14 1, 77 | the common sense ~which perceives the act of vision.~Aquin.: 15 1, 80 | estimative power, which perceives those things which do not 16 1, 83 | of those things which he perceives with his senses. Now it 17 1, 84 | rather that by which sense perceives. Therefore the ~intelligible 18 1, 84 | anyone with a healthy taste ~perceives that honey is sweet, he 19 1, 84 | anyone with a ~corrupt taste perceives that honey is bitter, this 20 1, 86 | as when Socrates or Plato perceives ~that he has an intellectual 21 1, 86 | intellectual soul because he perceives that he ~understands. In 22 1, 86 | principle of action whereby it perceives itself, and hence it is 23 2, 8 | instance, the power of ~sight perceives both color and light by 24 2, 12 | the same act of sight that perceives color and light, as stated 25 2, 28 | remedy whatever evil he perceives; and if he cannot, bears ~ 26 2, 33 | this apprehension, ~man perceives that he has attained a certain 27 2, 35 | Reply OBJ 2: External sense perceives only what is present; but 28 2, 80 | is that man ~more easily perceives the movement or sensible 29 2, 2 | In many respects faith perceives the invisible things of ~ 30 2, 14 | medium, in so far as it perceives its object from a ~distance 31 2, 14 | as, for instance, when it perceives a thing's essence ~through 32 2, 83 | of the defects which he perceives in himself, and in ~which 33 2, 111 | presence of which in himself he perceives. To belittle oneself in 34 2, 111 | which nevertheless he ~perceives himself to possess: this 35 2, 148 | Secondly, so that he perceives the ~drink to be immoderate, 36 2, 169 | distinguishes that which he perceives by the gift ~of God, from 37 2, 169 | God, from that which he perceives by his own spirit?~(6) Whether 38 2, 169 | raised to heavenly things, it perceives the things of ~God; hence 39 2, 171 | complete, so that a man ~perceives nothing with his senses; 40 2, 171 | incomplete, so ~that he perceives something with his senses, 41 2, 171 | fully discern ~the things he perceives outwardly from those he 42 2, 178 | difference, that an angel perceives the truth by ~simple apprehension, 43 2, 183 | ministry." Therefore if a man perceives ~that he is not cleansed, 44 3, 19 | all his members, since it perceives not merely for itself ~alone, 45 Suppl, 64| this of his wife when he perceives ~in her no signs of the 46 Suppl, 84| of the past, ~while sense perceives only the present: and many 47 Suppl, 89| seeing that sense as sense perceives magnitude, and ~sight as 48 Suppl, 89| and ~sight as such a sense perceives color, it is impossible 49 Suppl, 89| two persons, one of them perceives more ~aspects, and that


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