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seemly 7
seems 2817
seen 804
seer 29
seers 3
sees 230
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29 resisting
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29 spread
29 stock
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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seer

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | determines the act of the seer, as proceeding ~from the 2 1, 8 | as proceeding ~from the seer; and thus it is true that 3 1, 12 | in ~a certain way in the seer. Now in corporeal things 4 1, 12 | be by its essence in the seer, but only by its ~likeness; 5 1, 12 | necessarily follow that the seer would receive both ~the 6 1, 12 | necessarily be united to the seer, the essence of God ~cannot 7 1, 12 | the essence of God to the seer. ~Thirdly, because the divine 8 1, 12 | the visual power of the seer. On the part of the object, 9 1, 12 | received more perfectly in the seer, that ~is, according to 10 1, 12 | of it is hidden ~from the seer." But if God is seen in 11 1, 12 | of Him is hidden from the seer, since God is simple. Therefore ~ 12 1, 12 | either to the ~mode of the seer, or to the mode of the thing 13 1, 12 | wholly if the mode of the seer is meant, forasmuch as the 14 1, 12 | of it is hidden from the seer, or when ~its boundaries 15 1, 12 | would be desired, and the ~seer would be completely beatified. 16 1, 14 | of it is ~hidden from the seer."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 17 1, 14 | distinct being outside the seer.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 18 1, 92 | time from the sense of the ~seer; in like manner imaginary 19 2, 4 | greatly ~surpasses that of the seer's sight, hearing is more 20 2, 169 | in time past was called a seer." Now sight pertains to ~ 21 2, 171 | bodily form through the seer being rapt in ~divine things." 22 2, 172 | remote on the part of the seer, because, to ~wit, he has 23 2, 172 | wherefore he was ~as yet a seer from afar. For this reason 24 3, 7 | as it were, a teller or seer of far-off ~things, inasmuch 25 Suppl, 70| is a perfection of the seer. wherefore it cannot conduce 26 Suppl, 82| opposite the eyes of the seer ~must needs be seen, unless 27 Suppl, 87| a way, received into the seer. Therefore although the 28 Suppl, 92| be made connatural to the seer by means of a habit; while 29 Suppl, 92| that it be ~united to the seer. Accordingly for the vision


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