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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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smell

   Part, Question
1 1, 77 | mingling of ~elements, of which smell is the result.~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 76 | mingling of ~elements, of which smell is the result.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 77 | the hearing and then the ~smell, which require a natural 4 1, 84 | the apple apart from its smell. If therefore it be asked 5 1, 84 | which is seen apart from the smell, it is quite clear that ~ 6 1, 84 | perceived ~apart from the smell, this is owing to the sight, 7 1, 84 | likeness of color and not of smell. In like ~manner humanity 8 1, 84 | for instance, ~color and smell are in the apple. But intelligible 9 1, 90 | thus dogs have a keener smell, and birds a swifter flight. ~ 10 1, 90 | he has the least sense of smell. For man ~needs the largest 11 1, 90 | is an impediment to the smell, ~which requires dryness. 12 2, 31 | not take delight in the smell of hares, but in eating 13 2, 35 | something bitter, and the smell of something ~foul; or from 14 2, 102 | the air, on account of its smell; ~"scarlet twice dyed," 15 2, 102 | and gives them an evil smell. Afterwards a sacrifice 16 2, 102 | contract a certain unpleasant smell; ~or because their flesh, 17 2, 81 | be offered for a ~sweet smell to the Lord." Now this belongs 18 2, 139 | pleasures of ~the taste, smell, or sight, inasmuch as the 19 3, 46 | vinegar and gall to drink; in smell, by being ~fastened to the 20 3, 66 | them, contracts a certain smell therefrom; which is not 21 3, 83 | remove any disagreeable smell that may be about the ~place; 22 Suppl, 32| nostrils on ~account of the smell, the mouth on account of 23 Suppl, 79| incorruption. Now the sense of smell cannot have its act without 24 Suppl, 79| having taken place, because smell is not perceived without 25 Suppl, 79| Therefore the ~sense of smell is not there in its act.~ 26 Suppl, 79| touch (De Anima ii, 9). Smell also which is the object 27 Suppl, 79| object of the ~sense of smell will be there, since the 28 Suppl, 79| saints will be a most sweet smell. There will also be vocal 29 Suppl, 79| 3: Some have considered smell to be merely a volatile ~ 30 Suppl, 79| all ~directions: so that smell affects the medium sometimes, 31 Suppl, 79| is due to the fact that smell in bodies is mixed with 32 Suppl, 79| take place in order for the smell to ~be perceived. But in 33 Suppl, 79| Such will be the sense of smell in the saints, because it ~


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