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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | that we employ whatever powers we ~may have. Hence a man 2 1, 9 | the application of their powers to ~divers objects, as in 3 1, 12 | sufficient by its own ~natural powers to see the essence of God?~( 4 1, 12 | intellect by its natural powers can see the Divine ~essence?~ 5 1, 12 | possesses two cognitive powers; one is the act of a ~corporeal 6 1, 12 | increase ~of the intellectual powers is called the illumination 7 1, 14 | attain to certain forms ~and powers which, however they may 8 1, 18 | operations as are their natural powers, but ~something over and 9 1, 18 | faculty moves the sensitive powers; and ~these by their command 10 1, 21 | in the order and with the powers that properly belong ~to 11 1, 22 | well ordered [*Vulg.'Those powers ~that are, are ordained 12 1, 36 | according to the order of powers, the bailiff is ~said to 13 1, 44 | Himself, sometimes the ~powers given to things themselves; 14 1, 50 | angels; and ~again, even the powers of natural things, which 15 1, 50 | the Scriptures for ~the powers of irrational things to 16 1, 50 | the diversity ~of their powers; and such diversity of matter 17 1, 51 | bodily organs the spiritual powers of the angels may be made ~ 18 1, 51 | pointed out, and other powers by the other members, as 19 1, 54 | must be the diversity of powers; and on this account it 20 1, 54 | our soul there are certain powers whose operations are ~exercised 21 1, 54 | by corporeal organs; such powers are acts of sundry parts 22 1, 54 | ear. There are some ~other powers of the soul whose operations 23 1, 54 | Hence of the ~soul's powers only intellect and will 24 1, 56 | angels do not know their own powers" (Coel. Hier. vi). But, 25 1, 56 | angels, "knew their own powers": instead of which the old 26 1, 56 | they do not know their own powers." Although even ~the letter 27 1, 56 | know God ~by their natural powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 28 1, 57 | as man by his various ~powers of knowledge knows all classes 29 1, 57 | knows by any one of ~his powers something which an angel 30 1, 57 | known to the princes and powers in heavenly places." And 31 1, 59 | necessarily be different powers in every creature. It is 32 1, 59 | then ~there are not several powers of sight distinguished according 33 1, 61 | the angelic and heavenly ~powers, and the devising was the 34 1, 61 | having more restricted ~powers, were created among the 35 1, 62 | or hindrance of natural powers; but from the fact ~that 36 1, 62 | had the greater natural powers, had the more grace and 37 1, 62 | 2: Further, the rational powers are referred to opposites, 38 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 2: The rational powers are referred to opposites 39 1, 63 | beatitude of their own ~natural powers; especially because in the 40 1, 63 | the names of ~Cherubim, Powers, and Principalities are 41 1, 64 | subtracting from his natural powers, as a ~man is punished by 42 1, 67 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the powers of movement, intersection, 43 1, 72 | observed in them. For the powers of nutrition and growth 44 1, 73 | beforehand ~in various active powers; so that animals, and perhaps 45 1, 75 | operation of the sensitive powers in the ~production of the 46 1, 75 | happens with the sensitive powers which receive forms in a 47 1, 76 | to man; for the sensitive powers obey the intellect, and 48 1, 76 | OBJ 4: Further, all the powers of the soul are rooted in 49 1, 76 | it ~follows that all the powers of the soul are in each 50 1, 76 | with regard to each of its powers; but with regard to sight, 51 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 4: Some of the powers of the soul are in it according 52 1, 76 | the ~will; whence these powers are not said to be in any 53 1, 76 | part of the body. ~Other powers are common to the soul and 54 1, 76 | wherefore each of these ~powers need not be wherever the 55 1, 76 | account of the various powers, of which the parts of the 56 1, 77 | THINGS WHICH BELONG TO THE POWERS OF THE SOUL IN GENERAL ( 57 1, 77 | things which belong to the powers of the ~soul; first, in 58 1, 77 | or several?~(3) How the powers of the soul are distinguished 59 1, 77 | 4) Of the orders of the powers, one to another;~(5) Whether 60 1, 77 | another;~(5) Whether the powers of the soul are in it as 61 1, 77 | subject?~(6) Whether the powers flow from the essence of 62 1, 77 | another?~(8) Whether all the powers of the soul remain in the 63 1, 77 | sense and reason, which are powers of the soul. ~Therefore 64 1, 77 | the soul. ~Therefore the powers of the soul are not accidents; 65 1, 77 | understood. In this sense the powers of the soul may be ~said 66 1, 77 | are not taken from ~the powers of sense and reason, but 67 1, 77 | Whether there are several powers of the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 77 | that there are not several powers of the soul. For ~the intellectual 69 1, 77 | Philosopher places several powers in the soul (De ~Anima ii, 70 1, 77 | necessity we must place several powers in the soul. To ~make this 71 1, 77 | determinate operations and powers. But ~man can acquire universal 72 1, 77 | and various operations and powers. But to angels a smaller 73 1, 77 | angels a smaller variety ~of powers is sufficient. In God there 74 1, 77 | abounds in a variety of ~powers - because it is on the confines 75 1, 77 | creatures; and therefore the powers of both meet together in 76 1, 77 | the soul, with several ~powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 77 1, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the powers are distinguished by their 78 1, 77 | It would seem that the powers of the soul are not distinguished ~ 79 1, 77 | it. Therefore the soul's powers are not ~specifically distinct 80 1, 77 | other. ~Therefore if the powers are distinguished by their 81 1, 77 | false in almost all the powers; for the power of vision 82 1, 77 | Hence if ~the difference of powers came from the difference 83 1, 77 | not come under different powers. This is clearly false; 84 1, 77 | which belong to ~various powers, belong also to some one 85 1, 77 | hearing, which are different powers, yet they come under the ~ 86 1, 77 | common sense. Therefore the powers are not distinguished ~according 87 1, 77 | operations precede the powers according to reason; and 88 1, 77 | their objects. Therefore the powers ~are distinguished according 89 1, 77 | to cold. Therefore the powers are of necessity ~distinguished 90 1, 77 | objects diversifies the powers of the soul, ~but a difference 91 1, 77 | of such differences the powers of the soul are ~not distinct.~ 92 1, 77 | they can belong to ~various powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 93 1, 77 | formalities regarded by the ~lower powers of themselves. Thus it is 94 1, 77 | belong to ~various lower powers; which objects, however, 95 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Whether among the powers of the soul there is order?~ 96 1, 77 | there is no order among the powers of the ~soul. For in those 97 1, 77 | naturally simultaneous. But the powers of ~the soul are contradistinguished 98 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the powers of the soul are referred 99 1, 77 | there is no order among the ~powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 100 1, 77 | where there is order among powers, we find that the ~operation 101 1, 77 | there is no order ~among the powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 102 1, 77 | compares the parts or ~powers of the soul to figures. 103 1, 77 | themselves. Therefore the powers of the soul have order.~ 104 1, 77 | the soul is one, and the powers are many; and since ~a number 105 1, 77 | be some order among the powers of the soul. Accordingly 106 1, 77 | kind of order ~among the powers, the intellectual powers 107 1, 77 | powers, the intellectual powers are prior to the sensitive ~ 108 1, 77 | prior to the sensitive ~powers; wherefore they direct them 109 1, 77 | Likewise the ~sensitive powers are prior in this order 110 1, 77 | prior in this order to the powers of the nutritive ~soul.~ 111 1, 77 | other way about. For the powers ~of the nutritive soul are 112 1, 77 | way of generation to the powers of the ~sensitive soul; 113 1, 77 | be said of the sensitive powers with regard to the intellectual. 114 1, 77 | order, certain sensitive powers are ordered among ~themselves, 115 1, 77 | 2: This order among the powers of the soul is both on the 116 1, 77 | verified as regards those powers among ~which order of the 117 1, 77 | third kind exists. Those powers among which the two ~other 118 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Whether all the powers of the soul are in the soul 119 1, 77 | would seem that all the powers of the soul are in the soul 120 1, 77 | their subject. For as the powers of the body are to the body; 121 1, 77 | to the body; so are the ~powers of the soul to the soul. 122 1, 77 | subject of the ~corporeal powers. Therefore the soul is the 123 1, 77 | soul is the subject of the powers of the ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT 124 1, 77 | Further, the operations of the powers of the soul are attributed ~ 125 1, 77 | operations of the soul are ~the powers. Therefore the powers are 126 1, 77 | the powers. Therefore the powers are primarily in the soul.~ 127 1, 77 | body. But if the ~sensitive powers were not in the soul alone 128 1, 77 | subject of the sensitive powers; and for a similar reason, 129 1, 77 | reason, of all the ~other powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 130 1, 77 | not the subject of all the powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 131 1, 77 | understanding and will. Hence the powers of these operations ~are 132 1, 77 | sensitive parts. Therefore the powers which are the principles 133 1, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: All the powers are said to belong to the 134 1, 77 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: All such powers are primarily in the soul, 135 1, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the powers of the soul flow from its 136 1, 77 | It would seem that the powers of the soul do not flow 137 1, 77 | simple. Since, therefore, the powers ~of the soul are many and 138 1, 77 | said to be the cause of the powers; as is ~clear if one considers 139 1, 77 | of causes. Therefore the ~powers of the soul do not flow 140 1, 77 | soul does not produce its powers within itself.~Aquin.: SMT 141 1, 77 | 1/1~On the contrary, The powers of the soul are its natural 142 1, 77 | Did. vi, 4). Therefore the powers of the soul proceed from 143 1, 77 | the subject ~of the soul's powers is the soul itself alone, 144 1, 77 | it is clear that all the powers ~of the soul, whether their 145 1, 77 | the soul many and various powers proceed; both because ~order 146 1, 77 | order exists among these powers; and also by reason of the 147 1, 77 | is the cause of all its powers, as ~their end, and as their 148 1, 77 | from another. But all the powers of the soul are created 149 1, 77 | like it in species. Now the powers ~of the soul are oppositely 150 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Powers are known by their actions. 151 1, 77 | above (A[4]) that among the powers of the soul there ~are several 152 1, 77 | soul is compared to the powers both as a principle active 153 1, 77 | it follows that ~those powers of the soul which precede 154 1, 77 | principles, the more perfect powers are principles with regard ~ 155 1, 77 | account, the more imperfect powers precede the ~others in the 156 1, 77 | thing may be said of the ~powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 157 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The powers of the soul are opposed 158 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Whether all the powers remain in the soul when 159 1, 77 | would seem that all the powers of the soul remain in the 160 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the powers of the soul are its natural 161 1, 77 | separated from it. Therefore the powers of the soul are in it even 162 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the powers even of the sensitive soul 163 1, 77 | corruption. ~Therefore the powers of the soul are not corrupted 164 1, 77 | consequently the other powers of the sensitive part.~Aquin.: 165 1, 77 | consequently all the other powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 166 1, 77 | being dead, the sensitive powers do not ~remain.~Aquin.: 167 1, 77 | already (AA[5],6,7), all the powers of ~the soul belong to the 168 1, 77 | their principle. But some powers ~belong to the soul alone 169 1, 77 | intelligence and the ~will. These powers must remain in the soul, 170 1, 77 | of the ~body. But other powers are subjected in the composite; 171 1, 77 | the composite; as all the powers ~of the sensitive and nutritive 172 1, 77 | composite being destroyed, ~such powers do not remain actually; 173 1, 77 | that, as some say, these powers remain in the soul even ~ 174 1, 77 | also, the acts of these powers remain in the separate soul; 175 1, 77 | separate soul; because these ~powers have no act apart from the 176 1, 77 | takes with itself these powers, not actually but ~virtually.~ 177 1, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: These powers, which we say do not actually 178 1, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: These powers are said not to be weakened 179 1, 77 | virtual ~principle of these powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 180 1, 45 | Himself, sometimes the ~powers given to things themselves; 181 1, 51 | angels; and ~again, even the powers of natural things, which 182 1, 51 | the Scriptures for ~the powers of irrational things to 183 1, 51 | the diversity ~of their powers; and such diversity of matter 184 1, 52 | bodily organs the spiritual powers of the angels may be made ~ 185 1, 52 | pointed out, and other powers by the other members, as 186 1, 55 | must be the diversity of powers; and on this account it 187 1, 55 | our soul there are certain powers whose operations are ~exercised 188 1, 55 | by corporeal organs; such powers are acts of sundry parts 189 1, 55 | ear. There are some ~other powers of the soul whose operations 190 1, 55 | Hence of the ~soul's powers only intellect and will 191 1, 57 | angels do not know their own powers" (Coel. Hier. vi). ~But, 192 1, 57 | angels, "knew their own powers": instead of which the old 193 1, 57 | they do not know their own powers." Although even ~the letter 194 1, 57 | know God ~by their natural powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 195 1, 58 | as man by his various ~powers of knowledge knows all classes 196 1, 58 | knows by any one of ~his powers something which an angel 197 1, 58 | known to the princes and powers in heavenly places." And 198 1, 60 | necessarily be different powers in every creature. It is 199 1, 60 | then ~there are not several powers of sight distinguished according 200 1, 62 | the angelic and heavenly ~powers, and the devising was the 201 1, 62 | having more restricted ~powers, were created among the 202 1, 63 | or hindrance of natural powers; but from the fact ~that 203 1, 63 | had the greater natural powers, had the more grace and 204 1, 63 | 2: Further, the rational powers are referred to opposites, 205 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 2: The rational powers are referred to opposites 206 1, 64 | beatitude of their own ~natural powers; especially because in the 207 1, 64 | the names of ~Cherubim, Powers, and Principalities are 208 1, 65 | subtracting from his natural powers, as a ~man is punished by 209 1, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the powers of movement, intersection, 210 1, 71 | observed in them. For the powers of nutrition and growth 211 1, 72 | beforehand ~in various active powers; so that animals, and perhaps 212 1, 74 | operation of the sensitive powers in the ~production of the 213 1, 74 | happens with the sensitive powers which receive forms in a 214 1, 75 | to man; for the sensitive powers obey the intellect, and 215 1, 75 | OBJ 4: Further, all the powers of the soul are rooted in 216 1, 75 | it ~follows that all the powers of the soul are in each 217 1, 75 | with regard to each of its powers; but with regard to sight, 218 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 4: Some of the powers of the soul are in it according 219 1, 75 | the ~will; whence these powers are not said to be in any 220 1, 75 | part of the body. ~Other powers are common to the soul and 221 1, 75 | wherefore each of these powers need not be wherever the 222 1, 75 | account of the various powers, of which the parts of the 223 1, 76 | THINGS WHICH BELONG TO THE POWERS OF THE SOUL IN GENERAL ( 224 1, 76 | things which belong to the powers of the ~soul; first, in 225 1, 76 | or several?~(3) How the powers of the soul are distinguished 226 1, 76 | 4) Of the orders of the powers, one to another;~(5) Whether 227 1, 76 | another;~(5) Whether the powers of the soul are in it as 228 1, 76 | subject?~(6) Whether the powers flow from the essence of 229 1, 76 | another?~(8) Whether all the powers of the soul remain in the 230 1, 76 | sense and reason, which are powers of the soul. ~Therefore 231 1, 76 | the soul. ~Therefore the powers of the soul are not accidents; 232 1, 76 | understood. In this sense the powers of the soul may be ~said 233 1, 76 | are not taken from ~the powers of sense and reason, but 234 1, 76 | Whether there are several powers of the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 235 1, 76 | that there are not several powers of the soul. For ~the intellectual 236 1, 76 | Philosopher places several powers in the soul (De ~Anima ii, 237 1, 76 | necessity we must place several powers in the soul. To ~make this 238 1, 76 | determinate operations and powers. But ~man can acquire universal 239 1, 76 | and various operations and powers. But to angels a smaller 240 1, 76 | angels a smaller variety ~of powers is sufficient. In God there 241 1, 76 | abounds in a variety of ~powers - because it is on the confines 242 1, 76 | creatures; and therefore the powers of both meet together in 243 1, 76 | the soul, with several ~powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 244 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the powers are distinguished by their 245 1, 76 | It would seem that the powers of the soul are not distinguished ~ 246 1, 76 | it. Therefore the soul's powers are not ~specifically distinct 247 1, 76 | other. ~Therefore if the powers are distinguished by their 248 1, 76 | false in almost all the powers; for the power of vision 249 1, 76 | Hence if ~the difference of powers came from the difference 250 1, 76 | not come under different powers. This is clearly false; 251 1, 76 | which belong to ~various powers, belong also to some one 252 1, 76 | hearing, which are different powers, yet they come under the ~ 253 1, 76 | common sense. Therefore the powers are not distinguished ~according 254 1, 76 | operations precede the powers according to reason; and 255 1, 76 | their objects. Therefore the powers ~are distinguished according 256 1, 76 | to cold. Therefore the powers are of necessity ~distinguished 257 1, 76 | objects diversifies the powers of the soul, ~but a difference 258 1, 76 | of such differences the powers of the soul are ~not distinct.~ 259 1, 76 | they can belong to ~various powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 260 1, 76 | formalities regarded by the ~lower powers of themselves. Thus it is 261 1, 76 | belong to ~various lower powers; which objects, however, 262 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether among the powers of the soul there is order?~ 263 1, 76 | there is no order among the powers of the ~soul. For in those 264 1, 76 | naturally simultaneous. But the powers of ~the soul are contradistinguished 265 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the powers of the soul are referred 266 1, 76 | there is no order among the ~powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 267 1, 76 | where there is order among powers, we find that the ~operation 268 1, 76 | there is no order ~among the powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 269 1, 76 | compares the parts or ~powers of the soul to figures. 270 1, 76 | themselves. Therefore the powers of the soul have order.~ 271 1, 76 | the soul is one, and the powers are many; and since ~a number 272 1, 76 | be some order among the powers of the soul. Accordingly 273 1, 76 | kind of order ~among the powers, the intellectual powers 274 1, 76 | powers, the intellectual powers are prior to the sensitive ~ 275 1, 76 | prior to the sensitive ~powers; wherefore they direct them 276 1, 76 | Likewise the ~sensitive powers are prior in this order 277 1, 76 | prior in this order to the powers of the nutritive ~soul.~ 278 1, 76 | other way about. For the powers ~of the nutritive soul are 279 1, 76 | way of generation to the powers of the ~sensitive soul; 280 1, 76 | be said of the sensitive powers with regard to the intellectual. 281 1, 76 | order, certain sensitive powers are ordered among ~themselves, 282 1, 76 | 2: This order among the powers of the soul is both on the 283 1, 76 | verified as regards those powers among ~which order of the 284 1, 76 | third kind exists. Those powers among which the two ~other 285 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether all the powers of the soul are in the soul 286 1, 76 | would seem that all the powers of the soul are in the soul 287 1, 76 | their subject. For as the powers of the body are to the body; 288 1, 76 | to the body; so are the ~powers of the soul to the soul. 289 1, 76 | subject of the ~corporeal powers. Therefore the soul is the 290 1, 76 | soul is the subject of the powers of the ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT 291 1, 76 | Further, the operations of the powers of the soul are attributed ~ 292 1, 76 | operations of the soul are ~the powers. Therefore the powers are 293 1, 76 | the powers. Therefore the powers are primarily in the soul.~ 294 1, 76 | body. But if the ~sensitive powers were not in the soul alone 295 1, 76 | subject of the sensitive powers; and for a similar reason, 296 1, 76 | reason, of all the ~other powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 297 1, 76 | not the subject of all the powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 298 1, 76 | understanding and will. Hence the powers of these operations ~are 299 1, 76 | sensitive parts. Therefore the powers which are the principles 300 1, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: All the powers are said to belong to the 301 1, 76 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: All such powers are primarily in the soul, 302 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the powers of the soul flow from its 303 1, 76 | It would seem that the powers of the soul do not flow 304 1, 76 | simple. Since, therefore, the powers ~of the soul are many and 305 1, 76 | said to be the cause of the powers; as is ~clear if one considers 306 1, 76 | of causes. Therefore the ~powers of the soul do not flow 307 1, 76 | soul does not produce its powers within itself.~Aquin.: SMT 308 1, 76 | 1/1~On the contrary, The powers of the soul are its natural 309 1, 76 | Did. vi, 4). Therefore the powers of the soul proceed from 310 1, 76 | the subject ~of the soul's powers is the soul itself alone, 311 1, 76 | it is clear that all the powers ~of the soul, whether their 312 1, 76 | the soul many and various powers proceed; both because ~order 313 1, 76 | order exists among these powers; and also by reason of the 314 1, 76 | is the cause of all its powers, as ~their end, and as their 315 1, 76 | from another. But all the powers of the soul are created 316 1, 76 | like it in species. Now the powers ~of the soul are oppositely 317 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Powers are known by their actions. 318 1, 76 | above (A[4]) that among the powers of the soul there ~are several 319 1, 76 | soul is compared to the powers both as a principle active 320 1, 76 | it follows that ~those powers of the soul which precede 321 1, 76 | principles, the more perfect powers are principles with regard ~ 322 1, 76 | account, the more imperfect powers precede the ~others in the 323 1, 76 | thing may be said of the ~powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 324 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The powers of the soul are opposed 325 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether all the powers remain in the soul when 326 1, 76 | would seem that all the powers of the soul remain in the 327 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the powers of the soul are its natural 328 1, 76 | separated from it. Therefore the powers of the soul are in it even 329 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the powers even of the sensitive soul 330 1, 76 | corruption. ~Therefore the powers of the soul are not corrupted 331 1, 76 | consequently the other powers of the sensitive part.~Aquin.: 332 1, 76 | consequently all the other powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 333 1, 76 | being dead, the sensitive powers do not ~remain.~Aquin.: 334 1, 76 | already (AA[5],6,7), all the powers of ~the soul belong to the 335 1, 76 | their principle. But some powers ~belong to the soul alone 336 1, 76 | intelligence and the ~will. These powers must remain in the soul, 337 1, 76 | of the ~body. But other powers are subjected in the composite; 338 1, 76 | the composite; as all the powers ~of the sensitive and nutritive 339 1, 76 | composite being destroyed, ~such powers do not remain actually; 340 1, 76 | that, as some say, these powers remain in the soul even ~ 341 1, 76 | also, the acts of these powers remain in the separate soul; 342 1, 76 | separate soul; because these ~powers have no act apart from the 343 1, 76 | takes with itself these powers, not actually but ~virtually.~ 344 1, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: These powers, which we say do not actually 345 1, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: These powers are said not to be weakened 346 1, 76 | virtual ~principle of these powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 347 1, 77 | Para. 1/2 - OF THE SPECIFIC POWERS OF THE SOUL (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 348 1, 77 | ARTICLES)~We next treat of the powers of the soul specifically. 349 1, 77 | intellectual and ~appetitive powers, in which the virtues reside. 350 1, 77 | the knowledge ~of these powers depends to a certain extent 351 1, 77 | certain extent on the other powers, our ~consideration of the 352 1, 77 | our ~consideration of the powers of the soul taken specifically 353 1, 77 | we shall consider those powers which are ~a preamble to 354 1, 77 | secondly, the intellectual powers; thirdly, ~the appetitive 355 1, 77 | thirdly, ~the appetitive powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] Out. 356 1, 77 | points of inquiry:~(1) The powers of the soul considered generally;~( 357 1, 77 | distinguished five genera of powers in the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 358 1, 77 | distinguished five genera ~of powers in the soul - namely, vegetative, 359 1, 77 | and intellectual. For the powers of the soul are called its ~ 360 1, 77 | are only three genera of powers in the soul, and not five.~ 361 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the powers of the soul are the principles 362 1, 77 | are only four genera of powers of the soul, as the appetitive 363 1, 77 | what is common to all the powers. Now desire is common to 364 1, 77 | made a special genus of the powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 365 1, 77 | says (De Anima ii, 3), "The powers are ~the vegetative, the 366 1, 77 | There are five genera of powers of the soul, as above ~numbered. 367 1, 77 | Body Para. 2/4~Now the powers of the soul are distinguished 368 1, 77 | united to that soul; the powers of this genus are called " 369 1, 77 | is another genus in the powers of the soul, which genus 370 1, 77 | yet another genus in the powers of ~the soul, which genus 371 1, 77 | two genera of the soul's powers have an operation ~in regard 372 1, 77 | there are ~two kinds of powers - namely, the "sensitive" 373 1, 77 | there are again two kinds of powers in the soul: one - the ~" 374 1, 77 | besides ~this have locomotive powers, as perfect animals, which 375 1, 77 | special genus of appetitive ~powers, since the natural appetite 376 1, 77 | natural appetite of the powers would suffice.~Aquin.: SMT 377 1, 77 | natural" forces. But the powers of the ~soul are above the 378 1, 77 | class the ~above forces as powers of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 379 1, 77 | vegetative part has three powers. For the vegetative ~part, 380 1, 77 | a difference among these powers. The nutritive ~and the 381 1, 77 | augmentative and ~nutritive powers which exist in one and the 382 1, 77 | Therefore, of these three powers, the ~generative has the 383 1, 77 | augmentative and nutritive powers; and the ~augmentative power 384 1, 77 | augmentative and generative powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 385 1, 77 | accidents. Therefore, as powers are distinguished ~by their 386 1, 77 | as such, diversifies the powers. Since, ~therefore, magnitude 387 1, 77 | explanations is apt. For the powers are not for the organs, 388 1, 77 | but the ~organs for the powers; wherefore there are not 389 1, 77 | wherefore there are not various powers for the ~reason that there 390 1, 77 | might be adapted to ~various powers. In the same way nature 391 1, 77 | convenience of the acts of the powers. ~And to be cognizant of 392 1, 77 | cause are the sensitive powers diversified.~Aquin.: SMT 393 1, 77 | the interior ~sensitive powers, in addition to the proper 394 1, 77 | should not be assigned as powers distinct from the senses. ~ 395 1, 77 | estimative and memorative ~powers, than the action of the 396 1, 77 | estimative and memorative powers, or the estimative and memorative ~ 397 1, 77 | estimative and memorative ~powers should not be made distinct 398 1, 77 | five interior ~sensitive powers; namely, "common sense, 399 1, 77 | estimative and memorative powers."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 400 1, 77 | must be assigned to diverse powers; since a ~power of the soul 401 1, 77 | more than four interior powers of the sensitive ~part - 402 1, 77 | estimative and ~memorative powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 403 1, 77 | cogitative and memorative powers in man owe their ~excellence 404 1, 77 | Therefore they are not distinct powers, but ~the same, yet more 405 1, 78 | 1 - OF THE INTELLECTUAL POWERS (THIRTEEN ARTICLES)~The 406 1, 78 | concerns the intellectual powers, under which head ~there 407 1, 78 | inferior reason are distinct powers?~(10) Whether the intelligence 408 1, 78 | practical intellect are distinct powers?~(12) Whether "synderesis" 409 1, 78 | different genera of the soul's powers are not united in ~some 410 1, 78 | different genera of the soul's powers as the ~Philosopher says ( 411 1, 78 | appetitive and intellectual powers are different genera ~of 412 1, 78 | are different genera ~of powers in the soul, by reason of 413 1, 78 | the soul has many other powers, such as the ~sensitive 414 1, 78 | sensitive and nutritive powers, and therefore the comparison 415 1, 78 | iii, 5) says. But all the ~powers of the vegetative part are 416 1, 78 | are the lowest among ~the powers of the soul. Much more, 417 1, 78 | therefore, all the intellectual ~powers, which are the highest, 418 1, 78 | the nutritive part all the powers are active, whereas in the 419 1, 78 | endowed with its proper powers derived from those universal ~ 420 1, 78 | disposition of the sensitive powers, and practice in this sort ~ 421 1, 78 | the same way as its other powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 422 1, 78 | the soul, as one of its powers, we are bound to ~say that 423 1, 78 | sensitive part, as to some powers, ~inasmuch as they are acts 424 1, 78 | of distinction among the powers in the ~sensitive part is 425 1, 78 | above (Q[77], A[3]), the powers of the ~soul are distinguished 426 1, 78 | be no other difference of powers in the intellect, ~but that 427 1, 78 | intellect, ~and will are three powers, this is not in accordance 428 1, 78 | the above ~three for three powers; but by memory he understands 429 1, 78 | differentiate the sensitive powers, ~but not the intellectual 430 1, 78 | but not the intellectual powers, for the reason give above.~ 431 1, 78 | in man cannot be distinct powers. ~We shall understand this 432 1, 78 | be referred to different powers, but to one and the same, 433 1, 78 | according to the distinction of powers. Moreover, that book is 434 1, 78 | lower reason are distinct powers?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 435 1, 78 | lower reason are distinct ~powers. For Augustine says (De 436 1, 78 | parts of the soul are its powers. Therefore the higher and 437 1, 78 | and lower ~reason are two powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 438 1, 78 | Therefore they are ~not two powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 439 1, 78 | Augustine, can in no way be two powers of the soul. For he says 440 1, 78 | because they are different powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 441 1, 78 | not ~because they are two powers, but because they are distinct 442 1, 78 | according to the variety of powers. For "opinion" ~signifies 443 1, 78 | imagination and sense are distinct powers. Therefore also intellect ~ 444 1, 78 | Further, "actions came before powers," as the Philosopher says ~( 445 1, 78 | intellects are ~different powers; just as in all things the 446 1, 78 | of acts does not make the powers vary, but ~only what cannot 447 1, 78 | intellects are distinct powers?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 448 1, 78 | intellects are ~distinct powers. For the apprehensive and 449 1, 78 | are different kinds of ~powers, as is clear from De Anima 450 1, 78 | Therefore they are distinct powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 451 1, 78 | practical intellect are distinct powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 452 1, 78 | intellects are not distinct ~powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 453 1, 78 | intellects are not distinct ~powers. The reason of which is 454 1, 78 | differentiate the sensitive powers, which ~do not differentiate 455 1, 78 | differentiate the intellectual powers, as we have said above ( 456 1, 78 | the rational, which ~are powers. Therefore "synderesis" 457 1, 78 | Metaph. viii, 2), ~"rational powers regard opposite things." 458 1, 78 | not from the variety of powers; and various acts can belong 459 1, 79 | 1/1 - OF THE APPETITIVE POWERS IN GENERAL (TWO ARTICLES)~ 460 1, 79 | consider the appetitive powers, concerning which there 461 1, 79 | consideration: first, the appetitive powers in general; second, ~sensuality; 462 1, 79 | and ~sensitive as distinct powers?~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 463 1, 79 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, powers are differentiated by their 464 1, 79 | appetitive from the other powers. Damascene also (De Fide 465 1, 79 | appetitive from the cognitive powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 466 1, 79 | which demands a diversity of powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 467 1, 79 | intellectual appetites are distinct powers?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 468 1, 79 | appetites are ~not distinct powers. For powers are not differentiated 469 1, 79 | not distinct powers. For powers are not differentiated by 470 1, 79 | appetites are not ~distinct powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 471 1, 79 | appetible. And so the appetitive powers are ~distinct according 472 1, 80 | concupiscible as distinct ~powers?~(3) Whether the irascible 473 1, 80 | irascible and concupiscible powers obey reason?~Aquin.: SMT 474 1, 80 | belong to the apprehensive powers. ~Therefore sensuality is 475 1, 80 | concupiscible as distinct powers?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 476 1, 80 | concupiscible as distinct powers. For the same power of the ~ 477 1, 80 | and irascible are the same powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 478 1, 80 | but it is divided into two powers, which are species ~of the 479 1, 80 | sensitive part two ~appetitive powers - one through which the 480 1, 80 | As in the apprehensive powers of the sensitive part there ~ 481 1, 80 | like manner, neither do the powers of the sensitive ~appetite, 482 1, 80 | irascible and concupiscible powers obey ~the higher part, in 483 1, 80 | among a number of motive powers, the second only moves by 484 1, 80 | irascible and concupiscible powers ~denominate the sensitive 485 1, 80 | irascible and concupiscible ~powers do resist reason, inasmuch 486 1, 80 | reason. But the interior powers, both appetitive and apprehensive, 487 1, 81 | 2: Further, the rational powers, according to the Philosopher ~( 488 1, 81 | this also appears in the powers of ~the soul: for sense 489 1, 81 | are proportioned to their powers, as perfections ~to what 490 1, 81 | intellect among the other powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 491 1, 81 | the intellect and all the powers ~of the soul, as Anselm 492 1, 81 | among a number of active powers, that ~power which regards 493 1, 81 | universal end moves the powers which regard ~particular 494 1, 81 | as agent moves ~all the powers of the soul to their respective 495 1, 81 | acts, except the natural ~powers of the vegetative part, 496 1, 81 | easily understand why these powers include one another in their 497 1, 81 | that "the soul has ~these powers" - namely, the irascible, 498 1, 81 | irascible ~and concupiscible powers are in the will, which is 499 1, 81 | differentiation of appetitive ~powers, so that there be in the 500 1, 81 | intellect are the apprehensive powers multiplied, although they


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