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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intentions

   Part, Question
1 1, 30 | themselves, but not the intentions of those ~common natures, 2 1, 67 | be brought about by mere intentions. Others have ~said that 3 1, 76 | various logical notions or intentions, which flow ~from our manner 4 1, 68 | be brought about by mere intentions. Others have ~said that 5 1, 75 | various logical notions or intentions, which flow ~from our manner 6 1, 77 | realizing its desires and ~intentions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 7 1, 77 | power, for the perception of intentions which the sense does not 8 1, 77 | need ~to perceive such intentions, which the exterior sense 9 1, 77 | the perception of those intentions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 10 1, 77 | for the apprehension of ~intentions which are not received through 11 1, 77 | storehouse of such-like intentions. A sign of which we ~have 12 1, 77 | be reckoned ~among these intentions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 13 1, 77 | difference as to the above intentions: ~for other animals perceive 14 1, 77 | other animals perceive these intentions only by some natural ~instinct, 15 1, 77 | collation discovers these intentions. Wherefore it is also called 16 1, 77 | it compares individual ~intentions, just as the intellectual 17 1, 77 | reason compares universal ~intentions. As to the memorative power, 18 1, 77 | application of individual intentions. Avicenna, ~however, assigns 19 1, 77 | by which, again, all the intentions of ~the senses are perceived; 20 1, 80 | it compares individual ~intentions. Wherefore in man the sensitive 21 1, 84 | therefrom of intelligible ~intentions. Furthermore, the active 22 1, 88 | contrary to intelligible "intentions," above ~all as regards 23 2, 12 | A[7]). If, therefore, intentions were ~only of the last end, 24 2, 12 | would not have different intentions: which is ~evidently false.~ 25 2, 20 | which proceeds from various ~intentions, although it is one in the 26 2, 78 | soon returns to his good intentions; whereas the habit, through ~ 27 2, 73 | according to the various intentions of those who speak ~against 28 2, 87 | he swears have ~opposite intentions. Therefore an oath cannot 29 Suppl, 89| understood by us by means of intentions of their quiddities, such ~ 30 Suppl, 89| their quiddities, such ~intentions being images of their substances,


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