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1 1, 1 | science. We must bear in mind that ~there are two kinds 2 1, 1 | However, it is ~to be borne in mind, in regard to the philosophical 3 1, 3 | proposition effected by ~the mind in joining a predicate to 4 1, 3 | On the contrary, In the mind, genus is prior to what 5 1, 5 | thing is that which the mind conceives of the ~thing 6 1, 10 | the apprehension of our mind ~alone.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 10 | Metaph. vi), is in the mind. Therefore in ~this sense 8 1, 10 | they are in the ~eternal mind, which is the divine intellect 9 1, 11 | so ~what first comes to mind is being; secondly, that 10 1, 12 | to be understood of the mind's eye, ~as the Apostle says: " 11 1, 12 | comprehend ~God; yet "for the mind to attain to God in some 12 1, 12 | remembered, remained in his mind; and in the same way, when 13 1, 12 | unless they were above the mind could not be incommutable." ~ 14 1, 12 | The weak eye ~of the human mind is not fixed on that excellent 15 1, 12 | sensible things. But ~our mind cannot be led by sense so 16 1, 13 | the ~reason is because the mind understands the nature of 17 1, 13 | of being as it ~is in our mind. And yet it is incommunicable 18 1, 14 | the image of God in our mind, as Augustine says (Gen. 19 1, 15 | suppose ideas in the divine mind. For ~the Greek word {Idea} 20 1, 15 | house pre-exists in the mind of the builder. And this 21 1, 15 | the form conceived in his mind. As then the world was not ~ 22 1, 15 | must exist in the divine mind a form to the likeness ~ 23 1, 15 | needs be that in the ~divine mind there are the proper ideas 24 1, 15 | follows that in the ~divine mind ideas are many. Now it can 25 1, 15 | idea of a ~work is in the mind of the operator as that 26 1, 15 | form of the house in the mind of the builder, ~is something 27 1, 15 | simplicity of the divine ~mind that it understand many 28 1, 15 | ideas exist in the divine mind, as things understood by 29 1, 15 | types existing in the divine mind, as is ~clear from Augustine ( 30 1, 15 | office, as it exists in the mind of God. So far as the idea 31 1, 16 | form in the architect's mind; and words are ~said to 32 1, 16 | species that are in the divine mind. For a ~stone is called 33 1, 16 | rightness, perceptible by the mind alone"; for ~that is right 34 1, 16 | is a good quality of the mind. Therefore the good is ~ 35 1, 16 | nothing is ~greater than the mind of man, except God." Now 36 1, 16 | truth is greater than the ~mind of man; otherwise the mind 37 1, 16 | mind of man; otherwise the mind would be the judge of truth: 38 1, 16 | five, have eternity in the mind of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 39 1, 16 | ii, 12), that "Truth and mind do not rank as equals, otherwise ~ 40 1, 16 | would be mutable, as the mind is."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] 41 1, 16 | that which is in the divine mind concerning ~it. But this 42 1, 16 | receives from the divine ~mind the signification that Socrates 43 1, 18 | form of a house has in the mind of the architect immaterial 44 1, 18 | that exists outside his mind, ~material and sensible 45 1, 18 | are life in the divine mind, as having a divine ~existence 46 1, 18 | divine ~existence in that mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 47 1, 18 | more truly in the divine ~mind, by the ideas of them, than 48 1, 18 | simply being in the divine mind more truly than in themselves, ~ 49 1, 18 | themselves, ~because in that mind they have an uncreated being, 50 1, 18 | nature than in the divine ~mind, because it belongs to human 51 1, 18 | existing in the divine mind, it is not. Even so a house 52 1, 18 | being ~in the architect's mind than in matter; yet a material 53 1, 18 | one which exists in the mind; since the former ~is actual, 54 1, 19 | not in agreement with the mind ~of him who expresses himself, 55 1, 21 | consists in the equation of mind and thing, as said ~above ( 56 1, 21 | above (Q[16], A[1]). Now the mind, that is the cause of the 57 1, 21 | converse is the case ~with the mind that receives its knowledge 58 1, 21 | measure and rule of the mind, truth consists in the ~ 59 1, 21 | in the ~equation of the mind to the thing, as happens 60 1, 21 | or ~false. But when the mind is the rule or measure of 61 1, 21 | equation of the thing to the mind; just as the work of an 62 1, 22 | pre-exist in the divine mind: and the type of things 63 1, 22 | of those effects in His ~mind. As to the second, there 64 1, 23 | 30): "It must be borne in mind that God foreknows but ~ 65 1, 23 | providence. Now the type in the mind of the doer of something 66 1, 23 | for; but is a type in the mind of the provider, as ~was 67 1, 23 | existing in the divine mind. The execution, however, 68 1, 23 | person conceives in the mind; and in this manner we are 69 1, 23 | we firmly propose in our mind. In this latter way it is 70 1, 23 | Vulg.: 'Who hath known the mind of the Lord?'] Or who hath 71 1, 24 | metaphorically to be written upon the mind of anyone when ~it is firmly 72 1, 25 | remove all corruption of the mind and body from a ~woman who 73 1, 28 | are ~formed only by the mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 74 1, 28 | objects perceived by the mind. ~Those relations, however, 75 1, 30 | number, existing ~in the mind only, is measured by one. 76 1, 30 | circle results, confusing the mind and obscuring the ~truth; 77 1, 32 | word and of love in our own mind; and we have followed him 78 1, 32 | of generation by his own mind." And Ambrose says (De ~ 79 1, 32 | secret of generation. The mind ~fails, the voice is silent." 80 1, 32 | him, which they ~called "mind" or the "paternal intellect," 81 1, 32 | Nor is the image in our mind an ~adequate proof in the 82 1, 33 | the ~word conceived in the mind of the artist is first understood 83 1, 33 | conceived in the artist's mind; so the Son proceeds from 84 1, 34 | interior concept of the mind. Therefore it follows that, ~ 85 1, 34 | interior concept of the mind is called a word; ~secondarily, 86 1, 34 | interior concept of the mind, which anyone may ~also 87 1, 34 | the word conceived in the mind is ~representative of everything 88 1, 36 | It should be borne in mind that the word "ghost" is 89 1, 39 | the consideration of the mind. Hence this term "man" does ~ 90 1, 39 | consideration comes to our mind in reference to God.~Aquin.: 91 1, 41 | intellectual conceptions of the mind, ~a return is made to those 92 1, 42 | arises from the one in the mind. The twelfth is ~birth, 93 1, 43 | temporally perceived by the mind, is sent." But the Son is 94 1, 43 | whole Trinity dwells in the mind by sanctifying ~grace, according 95 1, 44 | first being of grosser ~mind, they failed to realize 96 1, 44 | interiorily conceived in the mind. Now it is ~manifest that 97 1, 44 | forms existing in the divine mind (Q[15], ~A[1]). And these 98 1, 44 | house in ~the architect's mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 99 1, 44 | of ~which come into our mind before others.~ 100 1, 45 | word is being made in the mind and is made at the same 101 1, 45 | the word conceived in his mind, and through the ~love of 102 1, 47 | corresponds in the divine mind to the plurality of things.~ 103 1, 54 | from his essence. For, "mind" and ~"intellect" express 104 1, 54 | called "intellect" and "mind," because all his ~knowledge 105 1, 54 | Trin. x) ~puts it in the mind; although it cannot belong 106 1, 55 | the ~proper nature of a mind, know the things which are 107 1, 55 | species, by which the ~angelic mind understands, to be derived 108 1, 55 | the light of the ~angelic mind can also abstract species 109 1, 55 | creatures in the angel's mind, not, ~indeed derived from 110 1, 55 | however powerful the angelic mind ~might be, it could not 111 1, 55 | things are in the angelic mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 112 1, 55 | universal form which is in the mind of the angel, so that, on 113 1, 56 | must, however, be borne in mind that this image of the object 114 1, 56 | things, so is the angelic mind for ~understanding immaterial 115 1, 56 | alone ~can penetrate the mind. Again, it cannot be said 116 1, 56 | first, into the angelic mind; and secondly, so as to 117 1, 56 | proceeded into the angelic mind in such a way, ~that God 118 1, 56 | impressed upon the angelic mind the images of the things 119 1, 56 | whereof it must be borne in mind that a thing is ~known in 120 1, 57 | soul, nor into the ~angel's mind. Therefore they cannot be 121 1, 57 | Therefore much more can the ~mind of an angel.~Aquin.: SMT 122 1, 57 | may exist in the angelic mind. Now it is clear that there 123 1, 57 | Therefore, to the angel's mind, past and future are not 124 1, 57 | Q[14], A[13]). But ~the mind of an angel, and every created 125 1, 57 | there is a time in his ~mind according to the succession 126 1, 57 | present to ~the angelic mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 127 1, 57 | resemble the species ~in the mind of an angel: and so they 128 1, 57 | himself, and when once the ~mind of each is seen, his conscience 129 1, 57 | known as they are in the mind, and ~affections as they 130 1, 57 | will be ~able to see the mind of another.~Aquin.: SMT 131 1, 58 | faculty of the angelic mind comprehends most easily 132 1, 58 | discursive movement of the mind comes from one thing being 133 1, 58 | instantly grasped by the mind are said to ~be understood [ 134 1, 58 | understood in the angelic mind; because angels ~apprehend 135 1, 58 | division in the angel's mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 136 1, 58 | exist of itself in ~the mind of any angel; yet it does 137 1, 58 | of things in the angelic mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 138 1, 59 | but also in ~the angelic mind, since it also is capable 139 1, 59 | thereof, it must be borne in mind that, since all things flow ~ 140 1, 60 | of this we must bear in mind that what comes first is 141 1, 60 | already (Q[59], A[2]), the ~mind's knowledge is brought about 142 1, 60 | intellectual ~nature that his mind does not simultaneously 143 1, 61 | incorruptibility by the fact that the mind is capable of truth. But 144 1, 62 | instantaneous, like operations of mind and will, it would have ~ 145 1, 63 | any passion fettering his mind, ~so as to lead him to choose 146 1, 63 | operation of the ~angelic mind, whereby it introspects 147 1, 64 | nature, is an intellect or mind: since on account ~of the 148 1, 64 | obstinacy, it must be borne in mind ~that the appetitive power 149 1, 65 | whereof it must be borne in mind that the higher the cause, 150 1, 65 | proceeds from the forms in the mind of the craftsman. This ~ 151 1, 65 | types of ~things in the mind of God. Thus the Apostle 152 1, 66 | contemplation lifts the mind above the things of this 153 1, 66 | affections in the angelic mind: ~while movement without 154 1, 67 | It must ~also be borne in mind on the part of movement 155 1, 68 | heavens, it must be ~borne in mind that Scripture speaks of 156 1, 70 | shall do well to bear in mind that the union of soul and 157 1, 74 | day," the knowledge in the mind of the angels, ~and hence, 158 1, 74 | knowledge thereof on the angelic mind; which can ~know many things 159 1, 74 | form ~of the art in the mind of the artist, which may 160 1, 74 | their ~being in the angelic mind, signified by the words, " 161 1, 75 | principle which we call the mind or the ~intellect has an 162 1, 75 | called the intellect or the mind, is something ~incorporeal 163 1, 76 | body are well endowed in mind," as ~stated in De Anima 164 1, 77 | De Trin. ix, 4), that "mind, knowledge, and love are 165 1, 77 | will are one life, one ~mind, one essence." ~Aquin.: 166 1, 77 | which it is: Whereas the mind can ~love and know other 167 1, 77 | Augustine is speaking of the mind as it knows and loves ~itself. 168 1, 77 | things are ~"one life, one mind, one essence." Or, as some 169 1, 77 | 7) places memory in the mind; not ~as a part of the sensitive 170 1, 39 | the consideration of the mind. Hence this term "man" does ~ 171 1, 39 | consideration comes to our mind in reference to God.~Aquin.: 172 1, 41 | intellectual conceptions of the mind, ~a return is made to those 173 1, 42 | arises from the one in the mind. The twelfth is ~birth, 174 1, 43 | temporally perceived by the mind, is sent." But the Son is 175 1, 43 | whole Trinity dwells in the mind by sanctifying ~grace, according 176 1, 45 | first being of grosser ~mind, they failed to realize 177 1, 45 | interiorily conceived in the mind. Now it is ~manifest that 178 1, 45 | forms existing in the divine mind (Q[15], ~A[1]). And these 179 1, 45 | house in ~the architect's mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 180 1, 45 | of ~which come into our mind before others.~ 181 1, 46 | word is being made in the mind and is made at the same 182 1, 46 | the word conceived in his mind, and through the ~love of 183 1, 48 | corresponds in the divine mind to the plurality of things.~ 184 1, 55 | from his essence. For, "mind" and ~"intellect" express 185 1, 55 | called "intellect" and "mind," because all his ~knowledge 186 1, 55 | Trin. x) ~puts it in the mind; although it cannot belong 187 1, 56 | the ~proper nature of a mind, know the things which are 188 1, 56 | species, by which the ~angelic mind understands, to be derived 189 1, 56 | the light of the ~angelic mind can also abstract species 190 1, 56 | creatures in the angel's mind, not, ~indeed derived from 191 1, 56 | however powerful the angelic mind ~might be, it could not 192 1, 56 | things are in the angelic mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 193 1, 56 | universal form which is in the mind of the angel, so that, on 194 1, 57 | must, however, be borne in mind that this image of the object 195 1, 57 | things, so is the angelic mind for ~understanding immaterial 196 1, 57 | alone ~can penetrate the mind. Again, it cannot be said 197 1, 57 | first, into the angelic mind; and secondly, so as to 198 1, 57 | proceeded into the angelic mind in such a way, ~that God 199 1, 57 | impressed upon the angelic mind the images of the things 200 1, 57 | whereof it must be borne in mind that a thing is ~known in 201 1, 58 | soul, nor into the ~angel's mind. Therefore they cannot be 202 1, 58 | Therefore much more can the ~mind of an angel.~Aquin.: SMT 203 1, 58 | may exist in the angelic mind. Now it is clear that there 204 1, 58 | Therefore, to the angel's mind, past and future are not 205 1, 58 | Q[14], A[13]). But ~the mind of an angel, and every created 206 1, 58 | there is a time in his ~mind according to the succession 207 1, 58 | present to ~the angelic mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 208 1, 58 | resemble the species ~in the mind of an angel: and so they 209 1, 58 | himself, and when once the ~mind of each is seen, his conscience 210 1, 58 | known as they are in the mind, and ~affections as they 211 1, 58 | will be ~able to see the mind of another.~Aquin.: SMT 212 1, 59 | faculty of the angelic mind comprehends most easily 213 1, 59 | discursive movement of the mind comes from one thing being 214 1, 59 | instantly grasped by the mind are said to ~be understood [ 215 1, 59 | understood in the angelic mind; because angels ~apprehend 216 1, 59 | division in the angel's mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 217 1, 59 | exist of itself in ~the mind of any angel; yet it does 218 1, 59 | of things in the angelic mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 219 1, 60 | but also in ~the angelic mind, since it also is capable 220 1, 60 | thereof, it must be borne in mind that, since all things flow ~ 221 1, 61 | of this we must bear in mind that what comes first is 222 1, 61 | already (Q[59], A[2]), the ~mind's knowledge is brought about 223 1, 61 | intellectual ~nature that his mind does not simultaneously 224 1, 62 | incorruptibility by the fact that the mind is capable of truth. But 225 1, 63 | instantaneous, like operations of mind and will, it would have 226 1, 64 | any passion fettering his mind, ~so as to lead him to choose 227 1, 64 | operation of the ~angelic mind, whereby it introspects 228 1, 65 | nature, is an intellect or mind: since on account ~of the 229 1, 65 | obstinacy, it must be borne in mind ~that the appetitive power 230 1, 66 | whereof it must be borne in mind that the higher the cause, 231 1, 66 | proceeds from the forms in the mind of the craftsman. This ~ 232 1, 66 | types of ~things in the mind of God. Thus the Apostle 233 1, 67 | contemplation lifts the mind above the things of this 234 1, 67 | affections in the angelic mind: ~while movement without 235 1, 68 | It must ~also be borne in mind on the part of movement 236 1, 69 | heavens, it must be ~borne in mind that Scripture speaks of 237 1, 71 | shall do well to bear in mind that the union of soul and 238 1, 73 | day," the knowledge in the mind of the angels, ~and hence, 239 1, 73 | knowledge thereof on the angelic mind; which can ~know many things 240 1, 73 | form ~of the art in the mind of the artist, which may 241 1, 73 | their ~being in the angelic mind, signified by the words, " 242 1, 74 | principle which we call the mind or the ~intellect has an 243 1, 74 | called the intellect or the mind, is something ~incorporeal 244 1, 75 | body are well endowed in mind," as ~stated in De Anima 245 1, 76 | De Trin. ix, 4), that "mind, knowledge, and love are 246 1, 76 | will are one life, one ~mind, one essence." ~Aquin.: 247 1, 76 | which it is: Whereas the mind can ~love and know other 248 1, 76 | Augustine is speaking of the mind as it knows and loves ~itself. 249 1, 76 | things are ~"one life, one mind, one essence." Or, as some 250 1, 76 | 7) places memory in the mind; not ~as a part of the sensitive 251 1, 78 | seems to be the same as the ~mind. Now the mind is not a power 252 1, 78 | same as the ~mind. Now the mind is not a power of the soul, 253 1, 78 | says (De Trin. ix, 2): "Mind and spirit are not relative ~ 254 1, 78 | but they are united in the mind, for ~Augustine (De Trin. 255 1, 78 | intelligence and will in the mind. ~Therefore the mind and 256 1, 78 | the mind. ~Therefore the mind and intellect of man is 257 1, 78 | intellects." Therefore the mind and intellect of man are 258 1, 78 | Augustine says that the mind is spirit and essence (De 259 1, 78 | Augustine puts the will in the mind; and ~the Philosopher, in 260 1, 78 | reason ~an angel is called a "mind" or an "intellect"; because 261 1, 78 | understanding, and will are one mind."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 262 1, 78 | irrational animals is reason, or mind, or intelligence ~or whatever 263 1, 78 | reason, ~intellect and mind are one power.~Aquin.: SMT 264 1, 78 | the imagination: then the mind by judging of the truth 265 1, 78 | the truth: whence" men's (mind) "is derived from" ~metiendo [ 266 1, 78 | reason, is distinct from the mind ~and the intellect, by which 267 1, 78 | is taken the word "mens" [mind]. Lastly, ~to "understand" 268 1, 78 | designates a power - either ~the mind itself, according to the 269 1, 78 | renewed in the ~spirit of your mind" - or the imagination, whence 270 1, 78 | said of some that "their ~mind and conscience are defiled" ( 271 1, 78 | as spirit is the same ~as mind; because conscience is a 272 1, 78 | certain pronouncement of the mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 273 1, 80 | fighting against the ~law of my mind." Therefore the irascible 274 1, 81 | intellect, "are in the mind." When, therefore, the thing 275 1, 83 | it passes away ere ~the mind can form a judgment thereon: 276 1, 83 | De Trin. ix, 3) that "the mind gathers ~knowledge of corporeal 277 1, 83 | and that this is the ~"mind" or "intellect." And he 278 1, 83 | knowledge is produced in the mind of the learner. Wherefore 279 1, 83 | for in either case the mind ~of the listener is assured 280 1, 83 | existing ~in the Divine mind." If therefore we say that 281 1, 83 | creatures existing in the Divine mind, according to which types 282 1, 84 | and falsehood are in ~the mind." But the mind and intellect 283 1, 84 | are in ~the mind." But the mind and intellect are the same, 284 1, 84 | falsehood may be in the mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 285 1, 84 | have soft flesh are of apt mind." Secondly, this occurs 286 1, 85 | infinity is ~potentially in our mind through its considering 287 1, 85 | OBJ 2: The nature of our mind is to know species abstracted 288 1, 86 | Trin. ix, 3), that "the mind knows ~itself, because it 289 1, 86 | Anima iii, 4). But the human mind is void ~of matter, not 290 1, 86 | are the same in the human mind; ~and therefore the human 291 1, 86 | and therefore the human mind understands itself by its 292 1, 86 | in its essence the human mind is potentially ~understanding. 293 1, 86 | the ~nature of the human mind from knowledge of the intellectual 294 1, 86 | define, not what each man's mind is, but what it ought to 295 1, 86 | the mere ~presence of the mind suffices for the first; 296 1, 86 | suffices for the first; the mind itself being the ~principle 297 1, 86 | the mere presence of the mind does not suffice, and there 298 1, 86 | mental inquiry: "Let the mind strive not to ~see itself 299 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The mind knows itself by means of 300 1, 86 | itself: not so the human mind, which is either altogether 301 1, 86 | explained ~above of the mind (A[1]).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 302 1, 87 | Trin. ix, 3) says: "As the mind itself acquires the knowledge 303 1, 87 | substances. Therefore the human mind understands immaterial substances.~ 304 1, 87 | known by like. But the human mind is more akin ~to immaterial 305 1, 87 | A[1]). Since ~then our mind understands material things, 306 1, 87 | sense are mixed up with the mind. Hence ~the purer the intellect 307 1, 87 | incorporeal things in the mind can be gained by the mind 308 1, 87 | mind can be gained by the mind itself. This is ~so true 309 1, 87 | Hier. ~i) that "the human mind cannot be raised up to immaterial 310 1, 87 | object known by the human mind?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 311 1, 87 | object known by the human ~mind. For that object in which 312 1, 87 | which it is made. But in our mind is the image of God, as 313 1, 87 | first object known to our mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 314 1, 87 | the light itself of our mind, whether natural or ~gratuitous, 315 1, 87 | image of the Father, our mind would know God at ~once. 316 1, 87 | once. But the image in our mind is imperfect; hence the 317 1, 88 | says (De Trin. ix, 3), "our mind acquires the ~knowledge 318 1, 88 | acquired, are performed by the mind ~turning to the phantasms 319 1, 89 | the same. But God ~and the mind exist, and in no way differ, 320 1, 89 | Therefore God and the human mind are the same. ~Aquin.: SMT 321 1, 90 | what we have chiefly in mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 322 1, 92 | God is in man, as to his mind only?~(7) Whether the image 323 1, 92 | Holding the ~world in His mind, and forming it into His 324 1, 92 | artistic species in the mind of ~the artist. Thus every 325 1, 92 | type thereof ~in the Divine mind. We are not, however, using 326 1, 92 | the very ~nature of the mind, which is common to all 327 1, 92 | is in man as regards the mind only?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] 328 1, 92 | God is not only in man's mind. ~For the Apostle says ( 329 1, 92 | God." But man is not only mind. Therefore the image of 330 1, 92 | observed not only in his mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 331 1, 92 | body, and not only in the mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 332 1, 92 | body also, and not in his mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 333 1, 92 | vision that belongs to ~the mind there exists in us a trinity 334 1, 92 | renewed in the ~spirit of your mind, and put on the new man." 335 1, 92 | new man, ~belongs to the mind. Now, he says (Col. 3:10): " 336 1, 92 | image of ~God belongs to the mind only.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] 337 1, 92 | trace." Now the intellect or mind is that whereby ~the rational 338 1, 92 | rational creature except in the mind; while in ~the other parts, 339 1, 92 | way of an "image" in his mind; but in the other parts 340 1, 92 | God is impressed on his mind; ~as a coin is an image 341 1, 92 | sexes, since it is in the mind, wherein there is no sexual 342 1, 92 | sexes, since it is in the ~mind, wherein there is no sexual 343 1, 92 | to these three things - mind, knowledge, and love. But 344 1, 92 | knowledge, and love. But mind does not ~signify an act, 345 1, 92 | also, the trinity in the mind, by ~reason of which man 346 1, 92 | as we ~are endowed with a mind. Therefore, this trinity 347 1, 92 | and which consists in mind, ~knowledge, and love.~Aquin.: 348 1, 92 | first, as existing in the ~mind. But because the mind, though 349 1, 92 | the ~mind. But because the mind, though it knows itself 350 1, 92 | not in equal proportion to mind, he takes three things in 351 1, 92 | which are proper to the mind, namely, memory, understanding, 352 1, 92 | Trin. xiv, 6), that "the mind ever remembers itself, ever 353 1, 92 | Divine Trinity is in our mind as regards any object.~Aquin.: 354 1, 92 | image of God ~exists in the mind, not because it has a remembrance 355 1, 92 | love; for in the human mind the species of a stone is 356 1, 92 | to turn to God. ~Now the mind may turn towards an object 357 1, 92 | Trin. xiv, 8), the "the mind ~remembers itself, understands 358 1, 92 | to the fact, not that the mind ~reflects on itself absolutely, 359 1, 92 | too, is natural that the ~mind, in order to understand 360 1, 92 | that nature to which the mind will blissfully adhere, 361 1, 92 | the spirit" (namely, the mind) without doubt was made 362 1, 93 | angels; ~by shedding on his mind a ray of the unchangeable 363 1, 95 | Thomas may have had in mind Bede, Hexaem., as quoted 364 1, 97 | in his ~spirituality of mind, yet with an animal life 365 1, 97 | and ~restlessness of the mind. Therefore continence would 366 1, 98 | befits their weakness of mind." But in ~the state of innocence 367 1, 98 | have been no weakness of mind. ~Therefore neither would 368 1, 104 | assertion does ~not move the mind, except by means of some 369 1, 105 | light is a form in the mind. But the rational mind is ~" 370 1, 105 | the mind. But the rational mind is ~"informed by God alone, 371 1, 105 | angel does not enlighten the mind of ~another.~Aquin.: SMT 372 1, 105 | Reply OBJ 3: The rational mind is formed immediately by 373 1, 105 | perfecting form: for the created ~mind is always considered to 374 1, 106 | s body will not hide his mind from his fellows." Much 375 1, 106 | therefore, is one angel's mind hidden from another. But 376 1, 106 | what lies hidden in the mind. Therefore it is not necessary ~ 377 1, 106 | It is fitting that our mind, rising above the properties 378 1, 106 | will the concept of the mind is ~ordered to something 379 1, 106 | to another. Now when the mind turns ~itself to the actual 380 1, 106 | for the concept of the mind is called "the ~interior 381 1, 106 | the concept of the angelic mind is ~ordered to be made known 382 1, 106 | way God alone can see the mind of another, ~according to 383 1, 106 | directs the concept of the mind ~to make itself known, it 384 1, 106 | sensible object, so the mind of an ~angel can be aroused 385 1, 106 | the other. Now ~what the mind conceives may be reduced 386 1, 106 | what is conceived by the mind, as depending on the ~primary 387 1, 106 | enlightenment of the created mind to know even what God ~wills. 388 1, 107 | seems to imply strength of mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 389 1, 110 | the angel enlightens the mind, so can he change the ~will.~ 390 1, 112 | since they are all of one mind as to the fulfilment of 391 1, 115 | thing is from the First Mind, the more it is involved 392 1, 118 | this is contrary to the mind of Aristotle. For he says 393 2, 1 | ii, 5) that "not only ~mind but also nature acts for 394 2, 3 | state of happiness, man's mind will be united to God by ~ 395 2, 3 | operation whereby man's mind is united to God will not ~ 396 2, 4 | To reach God with the mind is happiness, to comprehend 397 2, 4 | weighs upon the ~soul, the mind is turned away from that 398 2, 4 | necessary, ~lest it hinder the mind from being lifted up.~Aquin.: 399 2, 5 | other agent. Because the mind that is united to ~God is 400 2, 5 | other agent can ~sever the mind from that union. Therefore 401 2, 6 | merely a consideration of the mind. And ~consequently what 402 2, 9 | inspiration, to which the human mind is subject without knowing 403 2, 15 | for man to make up his mind to commit a sin, unless 404 2, 17 | Confess. viii, 9): "The mind commands the mind to will, ~ 405 2, 17 | The mind commands the mind to will, ~and yet it does 406 2, 17 | Confess. viii, 9) when the mind commands ~itself perfectly 407 2, 17 | fighting against the law of ~my mind." This may also happen through 408 2, 17 | Confess. viii, 9): "The mind commands a ~movement of 409 2, 18 | done with a good ~or evil mind, of which it is rash to 410 2, 19 | as it ~is in the Divine Mind: nevertheless, it becomes 411 2, 22 | not in things, ~but in the mind." Consequently it is evident 412 2, 28 | intently on one thing draws the mind from other ~things. The 413 2, 29 | that man is principally the mind of man. ~And it happens 414 2, 29 | things, ~and not in the mind" (Metaph. vi, 4). Since 415 2, 29 | the universal is in ~the mind only, which abstracts the 416 2, 31 | spiritual pleasures are in the mind, which is ~itself the rule: 417 2, 31 | sight is the handmaid of the mind, then the pleasures of sight ~ 418 2, 32 | pleasures, when ~called to mind, cause pleasure. Therefore 419 2, 32 | inasmuch as it brings to mind that which is loved, the 420 2, 32 | oftentimes in joy we call to mind sad things . . . and ~in 421 2, 32 | 2: Sad things, called to mind, cause pleasure, not in 422 2, 32 | appreciate or know a habit of mind; or they ~proceed from the 423 2, 32 | from the fact that "the mind is more ~inclined by desire 424 2, 33 | and in this respect man's mind is said ~to be magnified 425 2, 33 | pleasurable object: because the mind surrenders itself ~more 426 2, 33 | reason, by ~concentrating the mind's attention on itself; or 427 2, 35 | contraries, as apprehended by the mind, are not ~contrary, but 428 2, 35 | the contemplation of the mind; because ~the mind has no 429 2, 35 | of the mind; because ~the mind has no corporeal organ: 430 2, 35 | Since, however, the human mind, in contemplation, ~makes 431 2, 35 | by something which the ~mind contemplates: viz. by sin, 432 2, 35 | viz. by sin, which the mind considers as contrary to ~ 433 2, 35 | according as they exist in the mind: for things that are ~contrary 434 2, 35 | anxiety" which weighs on the mind, so ~as to make escape seem 435 2, 35 | perplexity." ~If, however, the mind be weighed down so much, 436 2, 36 | privations, as considered by the mind, were what they ~are in 437 2, 37 | able to turn ~over in my mind other things than those 438 2, 37 | retain the intention of ~his mind so as to prevent it from 439 2, 37 | that does not cause the mind to wander, ~can conduce 440 2, 37 | Prov. 17:22): "A joyful mind maketh age ~flourishing: 441 2, 38 | intellect does not move the mind on the ~part of the thing 442 2, 38 | driving sadness from the mind." And further on, he says: " 443 2, 38 | labor, refreshes ~the weary mind, and banishes sorrow."~Aquin.: 444 2, 39 | for in that we are put ~in mind of the end of all."~Aquin.: 445 2, 40 | false, which are only in the mind, as the Philosopher states ( 446 2, 40 | animals, since they have no ~mind.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 447 2, 42 | will not be of another mind." Therefore fear can regard 448 2, 44 | thought, and dislocates the mind," as Cicero observes (De 449 2, 48 | agitating it troubles the mind."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] A[ 450 2, 48 | answer that, Although the mind or reason makes no use of 451 2, 48 | 30): "Sometimes when the mind ~is disturbed, anger, as 452 2, 50 | supposition is contrary to the mind of ~Aristotle. For it is 453 2, 55 | is a good quality of the mind, by which we ~live righteously, 454 2, 55 | something appertaining to the mind." But there are virtues 455 2, 55 | not a good quality "of the mind."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[55] A[ 456 2, 55 | is a good quality "of the mind."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[55] A[ 457 2, 55 | therefore reason, or the mind, is the proper subject of 458 2, 56 | 1/1~On the contrary, The mind is chiefly called the intellect. 459 2, 56 | subject of virtue is the mind, as is clear from the definition, 460 2, 59 | it is not easy for the mind to grasp the truth." ~Therefore 461 2, 59 | must needs ~disturb the mind of a wise man, so that he 462 2, 59 | illustrate, not his own mind, but that ~of others. It 463 2, 59 | so as to ~prevail on the mind to give its consent, it 464 2, 59 | sorrow a disease of the mind (De Tusc. ~Quaest. iv). 465 2, 59 | iv). But disease of the mind is incompatible with virtue, 466 2, 59 | a good condition of the mind. Therefore sorrow is opposed 467 2, 59 | Stoics held ~that in the mind of the wise man there are 468 2, 59 | sorrow could be ~in the mind of a wise man, for two reasons.~ 469 2, 59 | virtue: but depression of the mind resulting from sorrow ~for 470 2, 59 | sorrow is a disease of the mind: but moderate ~sorrow is 471 2, 59 | mark of a well-conditioned mind, according to the present ~ 472 2, 60 | inner ~apprehension of the mind: and this same good may 473 2, 60 | the apprehension of the mind. These goods ~again may 474 2, 61 | virtue that ~strengthens the mind against any passions whatever, 475 2, 61 | conditions of the human mind, to be found in all the 476 2, 61 | certain rectitude of the mind, ~whereby a man does what 477 2, 61 | temperance, a ~disposition of the mind, moderating any passions 478 2, 61 | far, to wit, as he whose mind is ~strengthened by fortitude 479 2, 61 | and fortitude keeps the mind unbent by ~the enticements 480 2, 61 | are such as exist in the mind of God." Now the Philosopher 481 2, 61 | that in ~God the Divine Mind itself may be called prudence; 482 2, 61 | by imitating the Divine Mind, is united thereto by ~an 483 2, 64 | have no contrariety ~in the mind, because one is the reason 484 2, 64 | them to the ~act of the mind, there is something positive 485 2, 65 | that reside in the ~human mind are quite inseparable from 486 2, 65 | temperance, and strength of ~mind to fortitude, in whatever 487 2, 65 | evident: for strength of ~mind is not commended as virtuous, 488 2, 65 | never been presented to his mind before. ~Now we speak of 489 2, 67 | opinion is contrary to the mind of Aristotle, who states ( 490 2, 68 | is "a good quality of the mind, whereby we lead a good 491 2, 68 | ignorance, dullness of mind and ~hardness of heart, 492 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The mind of man is not moved by the 493 2, 68 | perfections of the human mind, ~rendering it amenable 494 2, 68 | Holy Ghost instructs the mind against all temptations." 495 2, 68 | Holy Ghost render the human mind amenable to the ~motion 496 2, 68 | wisdom strengthens the mind with the hope ~and certainty 497 2, 68 | the enlightening of the mind remains. ~Of counsel he 498 2, 68 | also that "it makes the mind full of ~reason," which 499 2, 68 | adds "in the womb of ~the mind," this may refer figuratively 500 2, 68 | that ~"it oppresses the mind, lest it pride itself in


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