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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imaginative

   Part, Question
1 1, 54 | phantasy belongs to the ~imaginative faculty. Therefore the power 2 1, 57 | in the appetite or in the imaginative ~apprehension of the brute 3 1, 57 | sensitive appetite and the ~imaginative apprehension of man in so 4 1, 68 | supernatural visions, bodily, imaginative, and ~intellectual, are 5 1, 55 | phantasy belongs to the ~imaginative faculty. Therefore the power 6 1, 58 | in the appetite or in the imaginative ~apprehension of the brute 7 1, 58 | sensitive appetite and the ~imaginative apprehension of man in so 8 1, 69 | supernatural visions, bodily, imaginative, and ~intellectual, are 9 1, 77 | between the estimative and the imaginative, a fifth ~power, which combines 10 1, 77 | other than man, in whom the ~imaginative power suffices thereto. 11 1, 78 | the estimative is to the imaginative ~power in the sensitive 12 1, 78 | estimative differs from the ~imaginative, as power form power, as 13 1, 84 | operation: for those in whom the imaginative, cogitative, and memorative ~ 14 1, 88 | sensitive powers, namely, the imaginative, ~cogitative, and memorative, 15 1, 92 | vision, whether ~sensible or imaginative. Therefore, also, the trinity 16 1, 110 | which is the act of the imaginative faculty, to be changed by ~ 17 1, 110 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, in the imaginative vision man cleaves to the 18 1, 110 | that he cannot cause the imaginative vision, by changing the 19 1, 110 | seen in dreams are seen by ~imaginative vision. But the angels reveal 20 1, 110 | Now it ~is manifest that imaginative apparitions are sometimes 21 1, 110 | way that the ~act of the imaginative movement arises from the 22 1, 110 | by the ~impression of an imaginative form in no way previously 23 1, 110 | OBJ 4: An angel causing an imaginative vision, sometimes ~enlightens 24 1, 114 | powers: wherefore if the imaginative, cogitative, ~or memorative 25 2, 17 | strength or ~weakness of the imaginative power. For that man is unable 26 2, 17 | because of the weakness of the imaginative ~power, due to some organic 27 2, 33 | but ~if it pertains to the imaginative power, it is called "curiosity"; 28 2, 170 | the perfection of a man's ~imaginative power, and the clarity of 29 2, 171 | lit. xii, 9), "it is not ~imaginative but intellective vision 30 2, 172 | is that which is without ~imaginative vision?~(3) The various 31 2, 172 | accompanied by intellective and imaginative ~vision is more excellent 32 2, 172 | which has intellective and ~imaginative vision is more excellent 33 2, 172 | intellective together with imaginative ~vision. Therefore this 34 2, 172 | intellective together with ~imaginative vision: but not those whom 35 2, 172 | intellective together with imaginative vision, ~than those who 36 3, 7 | intellective part, yet in the imaginative part He had certain ~similitudes, 37 Suppl, 70| as to the sensitive ~and imaginative power and as to the intellective 38 Suppl, 70| organs by which sensitive or imaginative ~vision is effected. But


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