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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imagine

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | for many there are who imagine that man's perfect good 2 1, 7 | mathematical body. For if we imagine a ~mathematical body actually 3 1, 7 | actually existing, we must imagine it under some form, ~because 4 1, 46 | according as it is ~possible to imagine other dimensions beyond 5 1, 47 | according as it is ~possible to imagine other dimensions beyond 6 1, 80 | inasmuch as we sense or imagine something ~pleasant, which 7 1, 83 | imagination can actually imagine in ~the absence of the sensible. 8 1, 90 | Reply OBJ 2: We must not imagine that when God said "Let 9 1, 92 | Augustine says in a sermon de Imagine xliii (de verbis ~Apost. 10 1, 110 | sense in ~act. For we cannot imagine what we have never perceived 11 1, 110 | a man born blind cannot imagine color. ~Sometimes, however, 12 1, 110 | cannot make a man born blind imagine color), but by local ~movement 13 1, 114 | unless indeed one ~were to imagine that an accident transfers 14 2, 17 | For that man is unable to imagine the ~things that reason 15 2, 22 | sensitive appetite ~when we imagine good or evil: in other words, 16 2, 32 | ways. First, as making man imagine himself to be wise and excellent; ~ 17 2, 80 | are to understand and to ~imagine. Now the devil can do nothing 18 2, 70 | according to his folly, lest he ~imagine himself to be wise." Secondly, 19 2, 159 | be exalted.' And do not imagine that ~his exaltation in 20 2, 162 | xi, 31), "We must not ~imagine that our first parents were 21 2, 165 | which ever remains the same, imagine they are doing ~something 22 3, 10 | as when in quantities we imagine a surface ~infinite in length 23 3, 19 | as to see and hear, to imagine and remember, to ~desire 24 3, 77 | individuation, so that we ~can imagine several lines of the same 25 Suppl, 81| Now it is ~possible to imagine another body more subtle 26 Suppl, 81| Wherefore it is possible to ~imagine so great a subtlety, as 27 Suppl, 86| Dei xx), "we must not ~imagine that because He says that


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