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1 1, 3 | for its animation on ~the soul. Hence that by which a body 2 1, 3 | by the affections of our soul, and by the actions of that ~ 3 1, 3 | the actions of that ~same soul do we withdraw from Him; 4 1, 3 | form. For whatever ~has a soul is composed of matter and 5 1, 3 | matter and form; since the soul is the form of ~the body. 6 1, 3 | But Scripture attributes a soul to God; for it is mentioned 7 1, 3 | he shall not please My soul." Therefore God ~is composed 8 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A soul is attributed to God because 9 1, 3 | resemble the ~acts of a soul; for, that we will anything, 10 1, 3 | anything, is due to our soul. Hence ~what is pleasing 11 1, 3 | said to be pleasing to His soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[2] 12 1, 3 | assert that God is the soul of the highest heaven. Again, 13 1, 6 | that hope in Him, to the soul that seeketh Him."~Aquin.: 14 1, 7 | organ, in the intellectual soul joined to a body.~Aquin.: 15 1, 7 | multitude; namely, ~art in the soul, the movement of the hand, 16 1, 8 | in which they are; as the soul contains the body. Hence 17 1, 8 | substances, ~like God, angel and soul, are called indivisible. 18 1, 8 | their essence. Hence, as the soul is whole in every part of 19 1, 8 | to the operations of the soul, ~according as the thing 20 1, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the soul, as Augustine says (De Trin. 21 1, 8 | animal in the world, its soul would be everywhere; and ~ 22 1, 8 | Augustine says (Ep. 137), "The soul feels where it ~sees, and 23 1, 8 | where it lives." But the soul sees ~as it were everywhere: 24 1, 8 | its sight. Therefore the soul is ~everywhere.~Aquin.: 25 1, 8 | there one animal only, its soul would be everywhere ~primarily 26 1, 8 | When it is said that the soul sees anywhere, this can 27 1, 8 | it is true that where the soul feels and sees, ~there it 28 1, 12 | naturally, ~forasmuch as our soul, whereby we know, is the 29 1, 12 | certain matter. ~Now our soul possesses two cognitive 30 1, 12 | cognitive power in the soul, called the intellect; and 31 1, 12 | of the ~intellect of our soul in the state of its present 32 1, 12 | three prerogatives of the soul, ~responding to hope, as 33 1, 12 | things that are in the soul by their essence are seen 34 1, 12 | Therefore since God is in our soul by His essence, it ~follows 35 1, 12 | nature of the knower. But our soul, as long as we live in this 36 1, 12 | it is impossible for the soul of man in this life to see 37 1, 12 | the fact that the more our soul is abstracted ~from corporeal 38 1, 12 | possible, therefore, that the soul in this mortal life ~should 39 1, 12 | things which are in the soul ~by their essence, as intelligible 40 1, 12 | blessed; not thus is He in our soul, but by ~presence, essence 41 1, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the soul understands nothing by natural 42 1, 14 | De Anima ~iii) that "the soul is in a sense all things." 43 1, 14 | For "a stone is not in the soul, but its image." Now those ~ 44 1, 14 | to ~the division of the soul and the spirit, of the joints 45 1, 14 | belonging to an act of the soul, the consequent must be 46 1, 14 | itself, but as it is in the soul: for the existence of a ~ 47 1, 14 | existence of a thing in the soul. ~For example, when I say, " 48 1, 14 | example, when I say, "What the soul understands is immaterial," 49 1, 16 | in De Anima iii that "the soul is in ~some manner all things," 50 1, 16 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The soul does not judge of things 51 1, 16 | it is reflected in ~the soul, as in a mirror, by reason 52 1, 16 | truth is greater ~than the soul. And yet, even created truth, 53 1, 16 | intellect, is greater than the soul, not simply, but in a certain 54 1, 16 | to be ~greater than the soul. Yet it is true that nothing 55 1, 16 | greater ~than the rational soul, except God.~Aquin.: SMT 56 1, 18 | Anima ii, 4) ~that "the soul is the cause and principle 57 1, 18 | among us is the vegetative soul. But this exists only in 58 1, 18 | apart from a vegetative soul: but this does not hold 59 1, 20 | the appetitive part of the soul there are found in ourselves 60 1, 20 | both ~the passions of the soul, as joy, love, and the like; 61 1, 21 | account of his rational ~soul; and his rational soul is 62 1, 21 | soul; and his rational soul is due to him that he may 63 1, 29 | Further, the separated soul is an individual substance 64 1, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The soul is a part of the human species; 65 1, 29 | hypostasis and person. For soul, flesh, and bone belong 66 1, 29 | nature ~of man; whereas this soul, this flesh and this bone 67 1, 29 | flesh, these bones, and this soul, which are the individuating 68 1, 33 | persons. For as body and soul ~belong to the nature of 69 1, 33 | belong this particular soul and this particular body; 70 1, 34 | are activities if the ~soul."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 71 1, 39 | life to ~the vegetative soul, because therein we find 72 1, 41 | man, sometimes also the soul, or any other invisible 73 1, 43 | Sanctifying grace disposes the soul to possess the divine ~person; 74 1, 43 | belongs to dwell in the soul by grace, and to be from ~ 75 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The soul is made like to God by grace. 76 1, 43 | needs be a likening of ~the soul to the divine person Who 77 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is Love, the soul is assimilated to the Holy 78 1, 43 | to the capacity ~of the soul, whether journeying towards 79 1, 45 | neither intelligence nor the soul gives us being, except inasmuch 80 1, 45 | substance of the world and its soul; and that the substance 81 1, 46 | number of men. But man's soul is immortal: therefore an ~ 82 1, 46 | A[4]). Some say that the soul is corrupted with the body. ~ 83 1, 47 | actuality it produced the soul of the heavens.~Aquin.: 84 1, 47 | through the sin of one soul; so that, if a hundred souls 85 1, 48 | whereby the aptitude of the soul to grace is more and more ~ 86 1, 48 | aforesaid aptitude of the soul is not wholly taken away, ~ 87 1, 50 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, soul and angel are contra-distinguished 88 1, 50 | higher than the sensible soul. Therefore ~irrational animals 89 1, 51 | is composed of body and soul. Therefore angels ~have 90 1, 51 | than in souls. But ~the soul not only lives, but gives 91 1, 51 | it belongs to the human soul to be united to a body, 92 1, 51 | even held that God was the soul of the ~world, as Augustine 93 1, 52 | contained by it: for the soul is in the body as containing 94 1, 52 | endowed with power than the soul. But the soul is in ~several 95 1, 52 | power than the soul. But the soul is in ~several places at 96 1, 52 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the soul is in every part of the 97 1, 52 | occasionally; and thus the soul and the demon are at the ~ 98 1, 52 | Not even a demon and a soul are compared to a body ~ 99 1, 52 | of causality; since the soul is its form, ~while the 100 1, 53 | moved ~as for a beatified soul to be moved. But it must 101 1, 53 | be said that ~a blessed soul is moved locally, because 102 1, 53 | of faith that ~Christ's soul descended into Hell. Therefore 103 1, 53 | simpler substance than the soul. But our ~soul by taking 104 1, 53 | than the soul. But our ~soul by taking thought can pass 105 1, 53 | various places: but the soul's essence is not applied 106 1, 54 | the active ~intellect of a soul. But the substance of the 107 1, 54 | whereas the knowledge of a soul is partly ~intellectual 108 1, 54 | text. 17) ~that, "in the soul, just as in every nature, 109 1, 54 | do not exist outside the soul, as immaterial and actually ~ 110 1, 54 | as they ~are outside the soul. Consequently it is necessary 111 1, 54 | 3~I answer that, In our soul there are certain powers 112 1, 54 | some ~other powers of the soul whose operations are not 113 1, 54 | 51], A[1]). Hence of the ~soul's powers only intellect 114 1, 54 | and not in part, as is our soul. For ~this reason the angels 115 1, 54 | a part of the sensitive soul. In like fashion 'a perverted 116 1, 55 | active intellect of the soul. But the light of the active 117 1, 57 | things as exist ~within the soul by their essence, as is 118 1, 57 | their essence into man's soul, nor into the ~angel's mind. 119 1, 57 | in an intellect or in the soul according to both natures; 120 1, 57 | beholds ~another, or even a soul, it seems that he can see 121 1, 57 | tell some ~passions of the soul by the mere pulse. Much 122 1, 57 | conceived in thought, when the ~soul expresses them by certain 123 1, 57 | forth the quality of ~the soul; as to its amount of grace 124 1, 57 | even the lower part of the soul has some share of ~reason, 125 1, 59 | Trinity is found in the soul according to memory, understanding, 126 1, 59 | is found not only in the soul of man, but also in ~the 127 1, 61 | De Trin. xiii) proves the soul's ~incorruptibility by the 128 1, 61 | intellectual ~nature of the soul and of the angel is not 129 1, 62 | instrumentally by the ~nutritive soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 130 1, 62 | the motive power of the soul; ~because the soul, considered 131 1, 62 | of the soul; ~because the soul, considered in itself, can 132 1, 62 | operation of ~God, Who draws the soul towards Himself, according 133 1, 62 | On the contrary, Man's soul and an angel are ordained 134 1, 62 | to the saints. ~Now the soul separated from the body, 135 1, 63 | of its creation; as the soul of Christ, or ~also the 136 1, 64 | with the exception of the soul of Christ on account of 137 1, 64 | is not penal to angel or soul as if affecting the ~nature 138 1, 64 | because ~the angel or the soul apprehends that it is in 139 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: One soul is not set over another 140 1, 66 | inquire whether this ~is a soul or any other thing. Hence 141 1, 70 | who, ~by reason of his soul, is nobler than the heavenly 142 1, 70 | noblest of all forms is the ~soul, as being the first principle 143 1, 70 | heavenly bodies a ~living soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 144 1, 70 | in mind that the union of soul and body ~exists for the 145 1, 70 | exists for the sake of the soul and not of the body; for 146 1, 70 | nature and ~power of the soul are apprehended through 147 1, 70 | however, operations of the soul, ~which are not exercised 148 1, 70 | through which the nutritive soul operates, can be exercised ~ 149 1, 70 | functions of ~the sensitive soul can appertain to the heavenly 150 1, 70 | of the operations of the soul the only ~ones left to be 151 1, 70 | operations of the sensitive soul, as we have seen, cannot ~ 152 1, 70 | Accordingly, the union of a soul to ~a heavenly body cannot 153 1, 70 | heavenly bodies demands a soul as the motive power, not 154 1, 70 | motive power, not that the soul, in ~order to move the heavenly 155 1, 70 | Platonists ~explain the union of soul and body in the same way, 156 1, 70 | to other forms; whereas a soul does not do this. ~Also 157 1, 72 | and fishes have a living soul, so also have land animals. 158 1, 72 | having in them something of a soul, whilst land ~animals, from 159 1, 74 | liquid. Also the life of the soul ~is given by the water of 160 1, 75 | BELONGS TO THE ESSENCE OF THE SOUL ~(SEVEN ARTICLES)~Having 161 1, 75 | man in relation to the ~soul; but not in relation to 162 1, 75 | body has ~relation to the soul. Hence the first object 163 1, 75 | consideration will be ~the soul. And since Dionysius (Ang. 164 1, 75 | belongs to the essence of the soul; secondly, ~of what belongs 165 1, 75 | first is the ~nature of the soul considered in itself; the 166 1, 75 | second is the union of the ~soul with the body. Under the 167 1, 75 | inquiry.~(1) Whether the soul is a body?~(2) Whether the 168 1, 75 | body?~(2) Whether the human soul is a subsistence?~(3) Whether 169 1, 75 | subsistent?~(4) Whether the soul is man, or is man composed 170 1, 75 | man, or is man composed of soul and body?~(5) Whether the 171 1, 75 | and body?~(5) Whether the soul is composed of matter and 172 1, 75 | and form?~(6) Whether the soul is incorruptible?~(7) Whether 173 1, 75 | incorruptible?~(7) Whether the soul is of the same species as 174 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the soul is a body?~Aquin.: SMT FP 175 1, 75 | It would seem that the soul is a body. For the soul 176 1, 75 | soul is a body. For the soul is the moving ~principle 177 1, 75 | which is caused by the soul. Therefore the soul is a 178 1, 75 | the soul. Therefore the soul is a mover ~moved. But every 179 1, 75 | is a body. Therefore the soul is a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 180 1, 75 | thing. If, ~therefore, the soul were not a body, it could 181 1, 75 | bodies. Since, therefore, the soul moves the ~body, it seems 182 1, 75 | body, it seems that the soul must be a body.~Aquin.: 183 1, 75 | De Trin. vi, 6) that the soul "is ~simple in comparison 184 1, 75 | To seek the nature of the soul, we must premise that the ~ 185 1, 75 | we must premise that the ~soul is defined as the first 186 1, 75 | animate," [*i.e. having a soul], and ~those things which 187 1, 75 | they maintained that the soul is something corporeal. 188 1, 75 | shows ~clearly that the soul is not a body.~Aquin.: SMT 189 1, 75 | principle of vital action is a soul, for ~then the eye would 190 1, 75 | then the eye would be a soul, as it is a principle of 191 1, 75 | other instruments of the soul: but it is the ~"first" 192 1, 75 | life, which we call the soul. Now, though a body may ~ 193 1, 75 | called its act. Therefore the soul, which is the ~first principle 194 1, 75 | movement; such a mover, is the soul. ~There is, again, another 195 1, 75 | mover is moved; and that the soul ~is moved directly, and 196 1, 75 | actually in the nature of the soul, but that there be a potentiality 197 1, 75 | be a potentiality in ~the soul for such a likeness. But 198 1, 75 | and so they held that the ~soul must be a body in order 199 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Whether the human soul is something subsistent?~ 200 1, 75 | would seem that the human soul is not something subsistent. ~ 201 1, 75 | thing" is said not of the soul, but of that which is composed ~ 202 1, 75 | that which is composed ~of soul and body. Therefore the 203 1, 75 | and body. Therefore the soul is not something subsistent.~ 204 1, 75 | subsistent operates. But the soul does not ~operate; for, 205 1, 75 | i, 4), "to say that the ~soul feels or understands is 206 1, 75 | is like saying that the soul weaves or builds." ~Therefore 207 1, 75 | builds." ~Therefore the soul is not subsistent.~Aquin.: 208 1, 75 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the soul were subsistent, it would 209 1, 75 | body. Therefore the human soul is not something subsistent.~ 210 1, 75 | that ~the nature of the soul is that of a substance and 211 1, 75 | corporeal nature of the soul, are ~led astray through 212 1, 75 | through associating with the soul those things without which ~ 213 1, 75 | operation which we call the soul, is a principle both ~incorporeal 214 1, 75 | therefore, that ~the human soul, which is called the intellect 215 1, 75 | Therefore, as the human ~soul is a part of human nature, 216 1, 75 | is composed of body and soul is said to ~be "this particular 217 1, 75 | may therefore say that the soul understands, as the eye 218 1, 75 | understands through the soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 219 1, 75 | just shown ~(A[2]), the soul of man is subsistent. Therefore 220 1, 75 | the human ~intellectual soul is subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT 221 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the soul of brute animals moves the 222 1, 75 | is moved. Therefore the soul of brute animals has an ~ 223 1, 75 | believe to have a subsistent soul: whereas the souls ~of animals 224 1, 75 | understanding, belongs to the soul as such. From this it ~follows 225 1, 75 | of the operations of the soul, understanding alone is ~ 226 1, 75 | operations of the sensitive soul are evidently accompanied ~ 227 1, 75 | clear that the sensitive soul has no "per se" operation 228 1, 75 | operation of the sensitive soul belongs to the composite. ~ 229 1, 75 | this power in the sensitive soul is not ~apart from the body; 230 1, 75 | an act of the sensitive soul without the ~body.~Aquin.: 231 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the soul is man?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 232 1, 75 | It would seem that the soul is man. For it is written ( 233 1, 75 | which is within man is the soul. Therefore ~the soul is 234 1, 75 | the soul. Therefore ~the soul is the inward man.~Aquin.: 235 1, 75 | OBJ 2: Further, the human soul is a substance. But it is 236 1, 75 | human person. Therefore ~the soul is man; for a human person 237 1, 75 | that man is not a mere soul, nor a mere body; but both 238 1, 75 | nor a mere body; but both soul and ~body."~Aquin.: SMT 239 1, 75 | that, The assertion "the soul is man," can be taken in 240 1, 75 | senses. First, that man is a soul; though this particular 241 1, 75 | for instance, is not a soul, but composed of soul and 242 1, 75 | a soul, but composed of soul and body. I say this, ~forasmuch 243 1, 75 | man to be composed of this soul, of this flesh, and of ~ 244 1, 75 | of man to be composed of soul, ~flesh, and bones; for 245 1, 75 | in this sense, that this soul is this man; and ~this could 246 1, 75 | operation of the ~sensitive soul were proper to it, apart 247 1, 75 | man would belong to the ~soul only; and whatever performs 248 1, 75 | not the operation of ~the soul only. Since, then, sensation 249 1, 75 | clear that man is not a soul only, but something ~composed 250 1, 75 | but something ~composed of soul and body. Plato, through 251 1, 75 | sensation was ~proper to the soul, could maintain man to be 252 1, 75 | could maintain man to be a soul making use of the ~body.~ 253 1, 75 | person; nor, likewise, is the soul ~alone so called, since 254 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the soul is composed of matter and 255 1, 75 | It would seem that the soul is composed of matter and 256 1, 75 | Therefore, since the human soul is, after ~a manner, in 257 1, 75 | it seems that the human soul must ~participate of primary 258 1, 75 | matter are found in the soul - namely, ~to be a subject, 259 1, 75 | Therefore matter is in the soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 260 1, 75 | Did. vii, 6). But the ~soul has a cause of its existence, 261 1, 75 | created by God. Therefore ~the soul has matter.~Aquin.: SMT 262 1, 75 | God alone. Therefore the soul has ~matter.~Aquin.: SMT 263 1, 75 | 7,8,9) proves that the ~soul was made neither of corporeal 264 1, 75 | 1/2~I answer that, The soul has no matter. We may consider 265 1, 75 | First, from the notion of a soul in general; for it belongs 266 1, 75 | belongs to ~the notion of a soul to be the form of a body. 267 1, 75 | then we call that part the soul: and ~that matter, which 268 1, 75 | specific notion of the human soul ~inasmuch as it is intellectual. 269 1, 75 | knower. But the ~intellectual soul knows a thing in its nature 270 1, 75 | is in the intellectual soul. ~Therefore the intellectual 271 1, 75 | Therefore the intellectual soul itself is an absolute form, 272 1, 75 | For if the intellectual soul were ~composed of matter 273 1, 75 | therefore, that the intellectual soul, and every intellectual ~ 274 1, 75 | potentiality in the intellectual soul is other than the receptive ~ 275 1, 75 | potentiality in the intellectual soul does not prove that the 276 1, 75 | does not prove that the soul is ~composed of matter and 277 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Whether the human soul is incorruptible?~Aquin.: 278 1, 75 | would seem that the human soul is corruptible. For those ~ 279 1, 75 | Therefore, ~also, the human soul is corruptible.~Aquin.: 280 1, 75 | the ~body, but also of the soul. Therefore, as is concluded 281 1, 75 | not been," even as to our ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 282 1, 75 | operation proper to the soul, which is to understand 283 1, 75 | without the body. For the soul understands nothing without 284 1, 75 | Anima i, 1). Therefore the soul cannot survive the dissolution ~ 285 1, 75 | which we ~call the human soul is incorruptible. For a 286 1, 75 | self-subsistent, ~whereas the human soul is; so that the souls of 287 1, 75 | corrupted; while the human soul could not be ~corrupted 288 1, 75 | only as regards the human soul, but also as regards anything ~ 289 1, 75 | 2~Granted even that the soul is composed of matter and 290 1, 75 | contrariety in the ~intellectual soul; for it receives according 291 1, 75 | impossible for ~the intellectual soul to be corruptible. Moreover 292 1, 75 | But it is not true of the soul. For the ~souls of brutes 293 1, 75 | body; whereas the human ~soul is produced by God. To signify 294 1, 75 | earth bring forth the living soul" (Gn. 1:24): while of ~man 295 1, 75 | process is not alike of the soul; for man is intelligent, 296 1, 75 | body, by not as to the ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 297 1, 75 | proper operation of ~the soul by virtue of its union with 298 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the soul is of the same species as 299 1, 75 | It would seem that the soul is of the same species as 300 1, 75 | end. But the end of ~the soul is the same as that of an 301 1, 75 | either in an angel or in the soul than their intellectual 302 1, 75 | intellectual nature. ~Therefore the soul and the angel agree in the 303 1, 75 | Further, it seems that the soul does not differ from an 304 1, 75 | outside the essence ~of the soul, it seems that it does not 305 1, 75 | species. Therefore ~the soul and angel are of the same 306 1, 75 | natural operations of the soul and of an angel ~are different; 307 1, 75 | contrary to this of the soul. Therefore the soul and 308 1, 75 | the soul. Therefore the soul and an angel are not of 309 1, 75 | such as an ~angel and the soul. So that it is not possible 310 1, 75 | possible for the angel and the soul ~to be of the same species. 311 1, 75 | not of the essence of the soul; but the soul by ~the nature 312 1, 75 | essence of the soul; but the soul by ~the nature of its essence 313 1, 75 | properly ~speaking, not the soul alone, but the "composite," 314 1, 75 | the very fact that the soul in a certain way requires 315 1, 75 | operation, proves that the soul is endowed with a grade 316 1, 76 | OF THE UNION OF BODY AND SOUL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We now 317 1, 76 | consider the union of the soul with the body; and concerning 318 1, 76 | principle, ~there is some other soul?~(4) Whether in the body 319 1, 76 | accident?~(8) Whether the soul is wholly in each part of 320 1, 76 | health, and that whereby the soul knows primarily is knowledge; 321 1, 76 | knowledge is a form of the soul. The ~reason is because 322 1, 76 | which the body lives is the soul. And as life appears through ~ 323 1, 76 | these vital actions is the soul. For the ~soul is the primary 324 1, 76 | actions is the soul. For the ~soul is the primary principle 325 1, 76 | intellect or the ~intellectual soul, is the form of the body. 326 1, 76 | says that the intellectual soul is not the form of the ~ 327 1, 76 | that man is an intellectual soul; or that intelligence is 328 1, 76 | matter; as the vegetative ~soul excels the form of the metal, 329 1, 76 | metal, and the sensitive soul excels the ~vegetative soul. 330 1, 76 | soul excels the ~vegetative soul. Now the human soul is the 331 1, 76 | vegetative soul. Now the human soul is the highest and noblest 332 1, 76 | if anyone holds that the soul is composed of ~matter and 333 1, 76 | that in no way could the soul be the ~form of the body. 334 1, 76 | is the form we call ~the soul, and that of which it is 335 1, 76 | in matter so far as the soul ~itself, to which this power 336 1, 76 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: The human soul, by reason of its perfection, 337 1, 76 | the body, ~although the soul is essentially the form 338 1, 76 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 5: The soul communicates that existence 339 1, 76 | which and the intellectual soul there ~results unity of 340 1, 76 | also the existence of the soul. This is not the case with 341 1, 76 | For this reason the human soul retains its own ~existence 342 1, 76 | the body belongs to the soul by reason of ~itself, as 343 1, 76 | proper ~place; so the human soul retains its proper existence 344 1, 76 | species. But the human soul is an immaterial substance; 345 1, 76 | laugh at myself." But the ~soul seems to be one chiefly 346 1, 76 | it is impossible that a soul, one in species, should ~ 347 1, 76 | individual intellectual soul should belong to several 348 1, 76 | a part or a power of the soul which is the form of man. 349 1, 76 | Although the intellectual soul, like an angel, has no ~ 350 1, 76 | clear that the intellectual soul, by virtue of its ~very 351 1, 76 | the body, the intellectual soul retains its own being. In 352 1, 76 | the stone is not in the soul, ~but its likeness is," 353 1, 76 | which it has outside the soul - that is, in ~its individuality; 354 1, 76 | understood is indeed ~outside the soul, but the mode according 355 1, 76 | which it exists outside the ~soul is not the mode according 356 1, 76 | of existence outside the soul. But, according to the ~ 357 1, 76 | understood exists outside the soul in the ~same condition as 358 1, 76 | besides the intellectual soul there are in man other souls ~ 359 1, 76 | besides the intellectual soul there are in man ~other 360 1, 76 | such as the sensitive ~soul and the nutritive soul. 361 1, 76 | soul and the nutritive soul. For corruptible and incorruptible 362 1, 76 | substance. But the intellectual soul is incorruptible; whereas ~ 363 1, 76 | essence of the ~intellectual soul, the sensitive soul, and 364 1, 76 | intellectual soul, the sensitive soul, and the nutritive soul, 365 1, 76 | soul, and the nutritive soul, cannot be ~the same.~Aquin.: 366 1, 76 | said that the sensitive soul in man is ~incorruptible; 367 1, 76 | 10). But the ~sensitive soul in the horse, the lion, 368 1, 76 | incorruptible, the sensitive ~soul in man and brute animals 369 1, 76 | from its having a sensitive soul; and, therefore, ~"animal" 370 1, 76 | taken from the ~intellectual soul; while he is called "animal" 371 1, 76 | animated by a sensitive soul. Therefore the intellectual 372 1, 76 | Therefore the intellectual soul may be ~compared to the 373 1, 76 | animated by a sensitive soul, as form to matter. ~Therefore 374 1, 76 | in man the intellectual soul is not essentially the same 375 1, 76 | the same as the ~sensitive soul, but presupposes it as a 376 1, 76 | that it is one and the same soul in man, that both gives 377 1, 76 | regard to ~those parts of the soul which use corporeal organs; 378 1, 76 | observed the operations of the soul, as sense and appetite. ~ 379 1, 76 | various principles of the soul's ~operations were essentially 380 1, 76 | the other ~parts of the soul, "or also locally."~Aquin.: 381 1, 76 | maintained if, as he held, the soul was ~supposed to be united 382 1, 76 | suppose, however, that the soul is united to the body as 383 1, 76 | one form, the vegetative ~soul, and 'animal' by another 384 1, 76 | another form, the sensitive soul, and "man" by ~another form, 385 1, 76 | another form, the intellectual soul, it would follow that man 386 1, 76 | because rather does ~the soul contain the body and make 387 1, 76 | essential predication, if one soul be presupposed to the ~other. 388 1, 76 | when one ~operation of the soul is intense it impedes another, 389 1, 76 | that in man the sensitive soul, the ~intellectual soul, 390 1, 76 | soul, the ~intellectual soul, and the nutritive soul 391 1, 76 | soul, and the nutritive soul are numerically one soul. 392 1, 76 | soul are numerically one soul. This ~can easily be explained, 393 1, 76 | Thus the ~intellectual soul contains virtually whatever 394 1, 76 | belongs to the sensitive ~soul of brute animals, and to 395 1, 76 | is Socrates a man ~by one soul, and animal by another; 396 1, 76 | but by one and the same soul he is ~both animal and man.~ 397 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 1: The sensitive soul is incorruptible, not by 398 1, 76 | intellectual. When, ~therefore, a soul is sensitive only, it is 399 1, 76 | embryo has first of all a soul which is merely ~sensitive, 400 1, 76 | supplanted by a more perfect ~soul, which is both sensitive 401 1, 76 | said, the ~intellectual soul contains virtually what 402 1, 76 | belongs to the sensitive soul, ~and something more, reason 403 1, 76 | power of the sensitive soul, as something imperfect 404 1, 76 | wherein ~the intellectual soul exceeds the sensitive soul, 405 1, 76 | soul exceeds the sensitive soul, it takes as formal and ~ 406 1, 76 | besides the intellectual soul?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 407 1, 76 | besides the ~intellectual soul. For the Philosopher says ( 408 1, 76 | Anima ii, 1), that "the ~soul is the act of a physical 409 1, 76 | potentially." Therefore ~the soul is to the body as a form 410 1, 76 | in the body precedes the soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 411 1, 76 | part ~which moves is the soul. Therefore the other part 412 1, 76 | form besides ~the rational soul, and if this were to inhere 413 1, 76 | besides the intellectual soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 414 1, 76 | substantial form. But the soul is the substantial form ~ 415 1, 76 | besides the intellectual soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 416 1, 76 | suppose that the intellectual soul is not united to ~the body 417 1, 76 | being as movable by the ~soul. If, however, the intellectual 418 1, 76 | however, the intellectual soul be united to the body as 419 1, 76 | besides the intellectual soul to be found in ~man.~Aquin.: 420 1, 76 | besides the intellectual soul there pre-existed in matter ~ 421 1, 76 | which the subject of the soul were made an ~actual being, 422 1, 76 | it would follow that the soul does not give being simply; ~ 423 1, 76 | so at the ~advent of the soul there would not be simple 424 1, 76 | besides the intellectual soul; and that the soul, as it 425 1, 76 | intellectual soul; and that the soul, as it virtually ~contains 426 1, 76 | be said of the sensitive soul in brute ~animals, and of 427 1, 76 | animals, and of the nutritive soul in plants, and universally 428 1, 76 | Aristotle does not say that the soul is the act of a body ~only, 429 1, 76 | potentiality "does not reject the soul." ~Whence it is clear that 430 1, 76 | it is clear that when the soul is called the act, the soul 431 1, 76 | soul is called the act, the soul itself ~is included; as 432 1, 76 | light. In like manner, ~the soul is said to be the "act of 433 1, 76 | body," etc., because by the soul it ~is a body, and is organic, 434 1, 76 | does not exclude - the ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 435 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The soul does not move the body by 436 1, 76 | already actualized by the soul: so that the soul by its 437 1, 76 | by the soul: so that the soul by its motive ~power is 438 1, 76 | stone, or of any sort of ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 439 1, 76 | Whether the intellectual soul is properly united to such 440 1, 76 | seem that the intellectual soul is improperly united to ~ 441 1, 76 | form. But the ~intellectual soul is incorruptible. Therefore 442 1, 76 | Further, the intellectual soul is a perfectly immaterial 443 1, 76 | of matter. Therefore the ~soul should be united to a most 444 1, 76 | species. But the intellectual soul is one ~form. Therefore, 445 1, 76 | perfect. But the intellectual soul is the most perfect of souls. ~ 446 1, 76 | seems that the intellectual soul should not have ~been united 447 1, 76 | Anima ii, 1), that "the soul ~is the act of a physical 448 1, 76 | conversely. Now the intellectual soul, ~as we have seen above ( 449 1, 76 | therefore the intellectual soul had to be endowed not only 450 1, 76 | behooved the intellectual soul to be united to a body fitted ~ 451 1, 76 | touch. But the ~intellectual soul has the power of sense in 452 1, 76 | which ~the intellectual soul is united should be a mixed 453 1, 76 | itself. So the ~intellectual soul requires a body of equable 454 1, 76 | necessary to the intellectual soul by reason ~of its intellectual 455 1, 76 | Therefore the intellectual soul had to be united to such 456 1, 76 | suitable to ~the intellectual soul, which, although it be one 457 1, 76 | OBJ 4: The intellectual soul as comprehending universals, 458 1, 76 | Whether the intellectual soul is united to the body through 459 1, 76 | seem that the intellectual soul is united to the body ~through 460 1, 76 | and therefore before the soul, since the soul is a ~substantial 461 1, 76 | before the soul, since the soul is a ~substantial form.~ 462 1, 76 | contact. But the virtue of the soul is its power. Therefore 463 1, 76 | Therefore it ~seems that the soul is united to the body by 464 1, 76 | exist in matter before the soul, which is the substantial 465 1, 76 | 2~I answer that, If the soul were united to the body, 466 1, 76 | dispositions ~mediating between the soul and the body; on the contrary, 467 1, 76 | for on the part of the soul would be required the power 468 1, 76 | aptitude to be ~moved by the soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 469 1, 76 | however, the intellectual soul is united to the body as 470 1, 76 | between the body and the soul, or ~between any substantial 471 1, 76 | consequently ~before the soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 472 1, 76 | virtue. But the intellectual ~soul is united by its very being 473 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the soul is united to the animal 474 1, 76 | OBJ 1: It seems that the soul is united to the animal 475 1, 76 | lit. vii, 19), that "the soul ~administers the body by 476 1, 76 | are bodies. Therefore the soul ~is united to the human 477 1, 76 | when ~breathing ceases, the soul is separated from the body. 478 1, 76 | the means of union between soul and ~body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 479 1, 76 | them. But the intellectual soul is ~very distant from the 480 1, 76 | We need not ask ~if the soul and body are one, as neither 481 1, 76 | intervening. ~Therefore also the soul is thus united to the body.~ 482 1, 76 | 3~I answer that, If the soul, according to the Platonists, 483 1, 76 | must intervene between the soul and body of man, or any 484 1, 76 | Para. 2/3~If, however, the soul is united to the body as 485 1, 76 | mediate bodies between the soul and body of man. Of ~these 486 1, 76 | said that the intellectual soul has an ~incorruptible body 487 1, 76 | man. Others said that the soul is united to the body by 488 1, 76 | so ~that the vegetative soul would be united to the body 489 1, 76 | sidereal heaven; the sensible soul, by means of the light of ~ 490 1, 76 | heaven; and the intellectual soul by means of the light of ~ 491 1, 76 | and lastly, because the soul is immediately united to 492 1, 76 | Augustine speaks there of the soul as it moves the body; ~whence 493 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 2: The union of soul and body ceases at the cessation 494 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The soul is indeed very distant from 495 1, 76 | intervene. But inasmuch ~as the soul is the form of the body, 496 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the soul is in each part of the body?~ 497 1, 76 | would seem that the whole soul is not in each part of the ~ 498 1, 76 | is not necessary for the soul to be in each part of the ~ 499 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the soul is in the body of which 500 1, 76 | body. Therefore ~the whole soul is not in each part.~Aquin.:


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