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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perceptible

   Part, Question
1 1, 16 | xii), "Truth is rightness, perceptible by the mind alone"; for ~ 2 1, 69 | named as already clearly ~perceptible to the senses; rather they 3 1, 70 | influence of ~the moon is more perceptible to the senses in this lower 4 1, 70 | named as already clearly ~perceptible to the senses; rather they 5 1, 71 | influence of ~the moon is more perceptible to the senses in this lower 6 2, 2 | our knowledge, are more perceptible. And so it is that sensible 7 2, 30 | reason; the other is in good perceptible to the ~senses. The former 8 2, 139 | pleasures, they are not so perceptible to the senses, and ~consequently 9 2, 160 | that its guilt is less ~perceptible. on the other hand, carnal 10 3, 45 | the other three are not perceptible, save ~in some action or 11 3, 76 | has in this sacrament, is ~perceptible neither by the sense nor 12 3, 77 | time these ~accidents are perceptible to the senses. Therefore, 13 3, 90 | exterior penance which is perceptible by the senses. Therefore 14 Suppl, 45| which the consent ~is made perceptible to the senses.~Aquin.: SMT 15 Suppl, 89| answer that, A thing is perceptible to the senses of the body 16 Suppl, 89| and indirectly. A thing is perceptible directly if it can ~act 17 Suppl, 89| When a passive power is perceptible by several perfections ~


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