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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intellects

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1 1, 13 | express God, so far as our intellects know Him. Now ~since our 2 1, 16 | many truths in many created intellects; and even ~in one and the 3 1, 54 | Dionysius styles angels "intellects" and "minds." Therefore ~ 4 1, 54 | reason the angels are called "intellects" and "minds," as was said ~ 5 1, 55 | knowledge is found in created intellects in a ~lower manner, and 6 1, 58 | the same ~way the heavenly intellects, the angels, have no intelligible ~ 7 1, 58 | lower, namely, the ~human, intellects obtain their perfection 8 1, 76 | two men to have several intellects ~and one sense - for instance, 9 1, 76 | otherwise, since separate intellects are subsistent substances, 10 1, 76 | In the ~same way several intellects understand one object understood. 11 1, 55 | Dionysius styles angels "intellects" and "minds." Therefore ~ 12 1, 55 | reason the angels are called "intellects" and "minds," as was said ~ 13 1, 56 | knowledge is found in created intellects in a ~lower manner, and 14 1, 59 | the same ~way the heavenly intellects, the angels, have no intelligible ~ 15 1, 59 | lower, namely, the ~human, intellects obtain their perfection 16 1, 75 | two men to have several intellects ~and one sense - for instance, 17 1, 75 | otherwise, since separate intellects are subsistent substances, 18 1, 75 | In the ~same way several intellects understand one object understood. 19 1, 78 | are called ~"minds" and "intellects." Therefore the mind and 20 1, 78 | there are as many active intellects as there are souls, which ~ 21 1, 78 | Greek, they are called "intellects" or "minds." Thus ~intelligence 22 1, 78 | sometimes they assign four intellects - namely, the ~"active" 23 1, 78 | active" and "passive" intellects, the intellect "in habit," 24 1, 78 | four the active and passive intellects are ~different powers; just 25 1, 78 | speculative and practical intellects are distinct powers?~Aquin.: 26 1, 78 | speculative and practical intellects are ~distinct powers. For 27 1, 78 | speculative and practical intellects are not distinct ~powers.~ 28 1, 78 | speculative and practical intellects are not distinct ~powers. 29 1, 78 | speculative and practical intellects differ. For it is the ~speculative 30 1, 83 | 78], A[3]): while among intellects the more perfect is ~the 31 1, 83 | immaterially in the separate ~intellects: from the first of which, 32 1, 86 | existed above the order of ~intellects, forasmuch as the intellect 33 1, 86 | different ways with different intellects. ~For there is an intellect, 34 1, 87 | in act." ~Therefore both intellects, according to the present 35 1, 104| derived from Him by other intellects in order that ~these may 36 1, 116| enlightenment, because all human intellects are of one grade in the ~ 37 2, 170| intellect, but also the intellects ~of good and bad angels 38 3, 76 | differently by different intellects. For since ~the way in which


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