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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pupil

   Part, Question
1 1, 56 | things; as ~likewise, if the pupil of the eye were colored 2 1, 75 | is not actually in the pupil of the eye, but only potentially. 3 1, 75 | color is not only in the pupil of the eye, but also in 4 1, 75 | in the act of vision, the pupil of the eye ~is affected 5 1, 76 | such as the sight to the ~pupil of the eye, is the same 6 1, 57 | things; as ~likewise, if the pupil of the eye were colored 7 1, 74 | is not actually in the pupil of the eye, but only potentially. 8 1, 74 | color is not only in the pupil of the eye, but also in 9 1, 74 | in the act of vision, the pupil of the eye ~is affected 10 1, 75 | such as the sight to the ~pupil of the eye, is the same 11 1, 77 | color is received ~into the pupil which does not thereby become 12 1, 83 | colored is compared to the pupil which is potentially colored. ~ 13 1, 90 | thus, for ~instance, the pupil of the eye is without color, 14 1, 105 | same thing better than the pupil who learns from him.~Aquin.: 15 2, 5 | of color which is in the pupil, ~cannot make a thing white; 16 2, 68 | work by himself; but his pupil, who is not yet fully ~instructed, 17 2, 99 | to the conditions of the pupil: wherefore ~the process 18 Suppl, 76| the body, as sight to ~the pupil" (De Anima ii, 1). Now it 19 Suppl, 79| itself is received: thus the pupil receives the ~species of 20 Suppl, 79| seeing results from the pupil receiving the species of ~ 21 Suppl, 79| opposite to it. Now the pupil like the whole body will 22 Suppl, 79| of color, so long as the pupil retains its ~diaphanous 23 Suppl, 79| diaphanous nature of the pupil, since glory does not destroy ~ 24 Suppl, 79| greatness of clarity in the pupil renders ~the sight keen 25 Suppl, 83| into the ~air and in the pupil: this reception is like 26 Suppl, 83| it is spiritually in the pupil and in the ~transferring


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