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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | natural to man to attain to intellectual truths through sensible ~ 2 1, 1 | unable by themselves to grasp intellectual things may ~be able to understand 3 1, 3 | other hand, is derived from ~intellectual nature, because that is 4 1, 3 | is rational, which has an intellectual ~nature, and intelligence 5 1, 7 | Therefore every created intellectual substance is infinite.~Aquin.: 6 1, 7 | substance, or at least an intellectual power, which is not the 7 1, 7 | act of any ~organ, in the intellectual soul joined to a body.~Aquin.: 8 1, 9 | says (Div. Nom. iv) that "intellectual created ~substances are 9 1, 12 | 4) Whether any created intellectual substance is sufficient 10 1, 12 | both for sensible and for ~intellectual vision - viz. power of sight, 11 1, 12 | intellect. ~Hence also the intellectual power of the creature is 12 1, 12 | our defective corporeal or intellectual sight. But the angelic ~ 13 1, 12 | Now this increase ~of the intellectual powers is called the illumination 14 1, 12 | to the difference of the intellectual power; thus it follows too 15 1, 12 | too that the ~one whose intellectual power is higher, will see 16 1, 12 | their essence are seen by intellectual ~vision. But intellectual 17 1, 12 | intellectual ~vision. But intellectual vision is of intelligible 18 1, 12 | to designate some exalted intellectual contemplation, ~above the 19 1, 12 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Intellectual vision is of the things 20 1, 12 | much the more ~excellent intellectual knowledge, the stronger 21 1, 13 | through the medium ~of the intellectual conception. It follows therefore 22 1, 13 | through the medium of the ~intellectual conception, as was said 23 1, 13 | sensible things and to intellectual things; which, inasmuch 24 1, 13 | the order of sensible and ~intellectual existence. Therefore in 25 1, 14 | and by this act knows the intellectual faculty. But God ~is a pure 26 1, 14 | its own object. Hence the ~intellectual act is so much the nobler, 27 1, 14 | understood. ~But God is His own intellectual act. If therefore God understands ~ 28 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The intellectual act is not specified by 29 1, 14 | are understood. For the intellectual act is specified by its 30 1, 14 | is the principle of the intellectual ~operation: since every 31 1, 14 | heating by heat. Hence the intellectual ~operation is specified 32 1, 14 | follow that the ~divine intellectual act, or rather God Himself, 33 1, 18 | one and ~the same man the intellectual faculty moves the sensitive 34 1, 19 | natural appetite. Whence also intellectual natures have a like aptitude ~ 35 1, 19 | the will. Hence in every intellectual being there is will, ~just 36 1, 19 | by the archer. Hence the ~intellectual and voluntary agent must 37 1, 19 | natural, or animal, or by the intellectual appetite which is the ~will. 38 1, 20 | 75, so in ourselves the intellectual appetite, or the will as 39 1, 20 | nor to any share in the intellectual and beatific life that He 40 1, 26 | the ~perfect good of an intellectual nature; which is capable 41 1, 26 | the perfect good of ~an intellectual nature. Thus it is that, 42 1, 26 | perfection of its nature, intellectual nature desires naturally 43 1, 26 | which is most perfect in any intellectual nature is the ~intellectual 44 1, 26 | intellectual nature is the ~intellectual operation, by which in some 45 1, 26 | Whence the beatitude of every intellectual nature consists in ~understanding. 46 1, 26 | that, The beatitude of an intellectual nature consists in an ~act 47 1, 27 | conception issuing from our ~intellectual power and proceeding from 48 1, 27 | the highest creatures, the intellectual ~substances; while even 49 1, 27 | the more closely is the intellectual conception ~joined and united 50 1, 27 | itself. Such an action in an intellectual nature is ~that of the intellect, 51 1, 27 | within the agent in ~an intellectual nature terminates in the 52 1, 27 | agent. In a nature which is intellectual, ~and in the divine nature 53 1, 27 | takes place outside the intellectual nature, nor can it ~be reckoned 54 1, 34 | Hence ~that which in us has intellectual being, does not belong to 55 1, 37 | express the procession of the intellectual conception - namely, ~"to 56 1, 39 | suppositum," which in intellectual substances is nothing else 57 1, 39 | a being subsisting in an intellectual ~nature. But we say there 58 1, 41 | OBJ 4: Even as regards the intellectual conceptions of the mind, ~ 59 1, 41 | that ~an angel is "of" an intellectual nature. In this way, then, 60 1, 42 | represents it more exactly; the intellectual word not ~being posterior 61 1, 43 | with every and any kind of intellectual perfection, but ~according 62 1, 43 | perfection, but ~according to the intellectual illumination, which breaks 63 1, 44 | whether this desire be intellectual or sensible, or natural, ~ 64 1, 45 | wisdom, through which the ~intellectual agent acts; and therefore 65 1, 46 | celestial bodies and all intellectual ~substances. Therefore the 66 1, 47 | 19], ~A[4]), acts by an intellectual form. Since, therefore, 67 1, 50 | angel ~is an ever movable intellectual substance." Therefore an 68 1, 50 | requires that there should be ~intellectual creatures. Now intelligence 69 1, 50 | further, impossible for an intellectual substance to have any ~kind 70 1, 50 | that "all intelligible and ~intellectual substances subsist because 71 1, 50 | intelligible ray, since intellectual substances are immaterial, 72 1, 50 | that the multiplication of ~intellectual substances can only be according 73 1, 50 | to the diverse degrees of intellectual nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 74 1, 50 | ii, 3) that he is ~"an intellectual substance, partaking of 75 1, 50 | Div. Nom. iv) that the intellectual ~substances "have unfailing 76 1, 50 | can be gathered from its intellectual ~operation; for since everything 77 1, 50 | everlasting. Hence every ~intellectual substance is incorruptible 78 1, 51 | not of the nature of an intellectual substance, as such; but 79 1, 51 | it is ~accidental to some intellectual substance on account of 80 1, 51 | potentially in the genus of intellectual ~substances, not having 81 1, 51 | genus. Therefore in the intellectual nature there are some perfectly 82 1, 51 | there are some perfectly intellectual substances, which do not 83 1, 51 | things. Consequently not all intellectual substances are united ~to 84 1, 51 | of ~the species. Hence an intellectual substance which is not united 85 1, 51 | may give evidence of ~that intellectual companionship which men 86 1, 54 | because all his ~knowledge is intellectual: whereas the knowledge of 87 1, 54 | knowledge of a soul is partly ~intellectual and partly sensitive.~Aquin.: 88 1, 54 | 1~Whether there is only intellectual knowledge in the angels?~ 89 1, 54 | angels is not exclusively ~intellectual. For Augustine says (De 90 1, 54 | universe for the highest intellectual ~creature to be entirely 91 1, 55 | container. But an angel has an intellectual ~nature. Therefore whatever 92 1, 55 | like fashion also the lower intellectual substances - that ~is to 93 1, 55 | known, ~together with their intellectual nature. Hence Augustine 94 1, 55 | type exists ~first in the intellectual creature, and is afterwards 95 1, 55 | God the whole plenitude of intellectual knowledge is contained in ~ 96 1, 56 | only knowledge which ~is intellectual, no angel can know himself.~ 97 1, 57 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, intellectual vision is only of such things 98 1, 57 | they cannot be known by intellectual vision, but ~only by imaginary 99 1, 57 | in the angels, but only ~intellectual. Therefore the angels cannot 100 1, 57 | subject. But the angels are intellectual beings of their own ~nature. 101 1, 57 | in either ~case there is intellectual vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 102 1, 57 | of understanding save the intellectual power, as is evident from ~ 103 1, 57 | seen. Therefore, when an intellectual substance is seen, the intelligible ~ 104 1, 58 | movement and discursive intellectual operation; that is to say, ~ 105 1, 58 | Therefore they are called "intellectual beings": because even with ~ 106 1, 58 | the feebleness ~of their intellectual light. For if they possessed 107 1, 58 | possessed the fulness of ~intellectual light, like the angels, 108 1, 58 | Div. Nom. vii) that "the intellectual ~power of the angel shines 109 1, 58 | from the weakness of the intellectual light within us, ~as has 110 1, 58 | A[3]). Hence, since the intellectual light is perfect ~in the 111 1, 59 | the angels, who are purely intellectual, there is ~no appetite higher 112 1, 59 | in the higher angels the ~intellectual nature is more perfect than 113 1, 60 | contradistinguished from intellectual love, ~as stated by Dionysius ( 114 1, 60 | But an angel's love is ~intellectual. Therefore it is not natural.~ 115 1, 60 | mode. ~Consequently, in the intellectual nature there is to be found 116 1, 60 | Therefore, since an ~angel is an intellectual nature, there must be a 117 1, 60 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Intellectual love is contradistinguished 118 1, 60 | love is ~contrasted with intellectual, which is proper to angels, 119 1, 60 | the imperfection of man's intellectual ~nature that his mind does 120 1, 60 | end. Therefore, since ~the intellectual nature of the angels is 121 1, 60 | rational is distinguished from intellectual love. For rational love 122 1, 60 | residing in the will of an intellectual nature. Now, ~in natural 123 1, 61 | it eternal. Therefore the intellectual ~nature of the soul and 124 1, 61 | empyrean, that is, the fiery or intellectual ~firmament, which is not 125 1, 62 | perfection of rational or of intellectual nature; and hence it is 126 1, 62 | perfection of rational or of ~intellectual nature. The first is one 127 1, 62 | Now it is the mode of an intellectual nature to be ~inclined freely 128 1, 63 | sensible, rational, or intellectual; and sin consists only in 129 1, 63 | is ~manifest that every intellectual nature is inclined towards 130 1, 63 | Hence, since the demons are intellectual substances, they can in 131 1, 63 | not on the part of the intellectual nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 132 1, 63 | opposed to merit. But some intellectual nature ~can merit in the 133 1, 63 | OBJ 2: Further, God made intellectual nature in order that it 134 1, 63 | bad; naming as 'gods' the intellectual substances ~which are above 135 1, 63 | the name of "demons" the ~intellectual substances which are beneath 136 1, 63 | of His justice. But the intellectual creature, when it ~sins, 137 1, 63 | exalted ~creature; because the intellectual creature was so made by 138 1, 63 | angels there is only an intellectual nature; ~hence the argument 139 1, 64 | enlightened by the light of their ~intellectual nature: secondly, by revelation 140 1, 64 | nevertheless, by their likeness of intellectual nature, according to ~which 141 1, 64 | belongs to the nature of an intellectual being, ~which nature remains 142 1, 67 | includes Light among the ~intellectual names of God. But such names 143 1, 68 | bodily, imaginative, and ~intellectual, are called sometimes so 144 1, 70 | follows both sensitive and ~intellectual perception, and is in proportion 145 1, 70 | they are moved by some ~intellectual substances. Augustine appears 146 1, 75 | allowed that the principle of ~intellectual operation which we call 147 1, 75 | to it. Therefore, if the intellectual principle ~contained the 148 1, 75 | it is impossible for ~the intellectual principle to be a body. 149 1, 75 | Para. 2/2~Therefore the intellectual principle which we call 150 1, 75 | like the relation of the intellectual faculty to intelligible ~ 151 1, 75 | subsistent; just as the human ~intellectual soul is subsistent.~Aquin.: 152 1, 75 | the same as that of the intellectual faculty to the ~intelligible 153 1, 75 | however, in the process of intellectual ~operation the body is weary, 154 1, 75 | sometimes, indeed, the intellectual part which, in ~accordance 155 1, 75 | soul ~inasmuch as it is intellectual. For it is clear that whatever 156 1, 75 | in the knower. But the ~intellectual soul knows a thing in its 157 1, 75 | proper formal idea, is in the intellectual soul. ~Therefore the intellectual 158 1, 75 | intellectual soul. ~Therefore the intellectual soul itself is an absolute 159 1, 75 | matter and form. For if the intellectual soul were ~composed of matter 160 1, 75 | follows, therefore, that the intellectual soul, and every intellectual ~ 161 1, 75 | intellectual soul, and every intellectual ~substance which has knowledge 162 1, 75 | receptive ~potentiality in the intellectual soul is other than the receptive ~ 163 1, 75 | such a ~potentiality in the intellectual soul does not prove that 164 1, 75 | act ~and infinite. But in intellectual substances there is composition 165 1, 75 | goodness that they are "intellectual," and that they have "an ~ 166 1, 75 | We must assert that the intellectual principle which we ~call 167 1, 75 | be no contrariety in the ~intellectual soul; for it receives according 168 1, 75 | it is impossible for ~the intellectual soul to be corruptible. 169 1, 75 | in vain. Therefore every intellectual substance is incorruptible.~ 170 1, 75 | or in the soul than their intellectual nature. ~Therefore the soul 171 1, 75 | potentiality. Thus, however, the intellectual faculty is not the noblest, ~ 172 1, 75 | species, so ~neither are all intellectual things of one species.~Aquin.: 173 1, 76 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the intellectual principle is united to the 174 1, 76 | its form?~(2) Whether the intellectual principle is multiplied 175 1, 76 | the form of which is an intellectual principle, ~there is some 176 1, 76 | in the body of which the intellectual ~principle is the form?~( 177 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intellectual principle is united to the 178 1, 76 | OBJ 1: It seems that the intellectual principle is not united 179 1, 76 | and does, act. But the intellectual action is not ~the action 180 1, 76 | Therefore ~neither is the intellectual faculty a power of the body. 181 1, 76 | form by itself. But ~the intellectual principle has "per se" existence 182 1, 76 | proper matter. But the ~intellectual principle, since it is incorruptible, 183 1, 76 | the body. Therefore the intellectual principle is not united 184 1, 76 | to man on account of his ~intellectual principle. Therefore the 185 1, 76 | principle. Therefore the intellectual principle is the form ~of 186 1, 76 | which is the principle ~of intellectual operation is the form of 187 1, 76 | called the intellect or the ~intellectual soul, is the form of the 188 1, 76 | if anyone says that the intellectual soul is not the form of 189 1, 76 | holding that man is an intellectual soul; or that intelligence 190 1, 76 | understands, because the ~intellectual principle is his form. Thus 191 1, 76 | it is made clear that the intellectual principle is united to ~ 192 1, 76 | follows therefore that the intellectual ~principle is the proper 193 1, 76 | indeed ~according to its intellectual power, because the intellectual 194 1, 76 | intellectual power, because the intellectual power does ~not belong to 195 1, 76 | it is sufficient that the intellectual power be not the ~act of 196 1, 76 | matter, out of which and the intellectual soul there ~results unity 197 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intellectual principle is multiplied 198 1, 76 | It would seem that the intellectual principle is not multiplied ~ 199 1, 76 | impossible that ~one individual intellectual soul should belong to several 200 1, 76 | possible to distinguish my intellectual action form ~yours by the 201 1, 76 | not cause a diversity of intellectual operation in this man and 202 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the intellectual soul, like an angel, has 203 1, 76 | Now it is clear that the intellectual soul, by virtue of its ~ 204 1, 76 | dissolution ~of the body, the intellectual soul retains its own being. 205 1, 76 | 1/1~Whether besides the intellectual soul there are in man other 206 1, 76 | would seem that besides the intellectual soul there are in man ~other 207 1, 76 | same substance. But the intellectual soul is incorruptible; whereas ~ 208 1, 76 | man the essence of the ~intellectual soul, the sensitive soul, 209 1, 76 | man, is taken from the ~intellectual soul; while he is called " 210 1, 76 | sensitive soul. Therefore the intellectual soul may be ~compared to 211 1, 76 | matter. ~Therefore in man the intellectual soul is not essentially 212 1, 76 | But with regard to the intellectual part, he seems to ~leave 213 1, 76 | man" by ~another form, the intellectual soul, it would follow that 214 1, 76 | the sensitive soul, the ~intellectual soul, and the nutritive 215 1, 76 | exceeds a tetragon. Thus the ~intellectual soul contains virtually 216 1, 76 | but by reason of its being intellectual. When, ~therefore, a soul 217 1, 76 | which is both sensitive and intellectual: as will be shown further ~ 218 1, 76 | since, as we have said, the ~intellectual soul contains virtually 219 1, 76 | while that wherein ~the intellectual soul exceeds the sensitive 220 1, 76 | another form besides the intellectual soul?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 221 1, 76 | another form besides the ~intellectual soul. For the Philosopher 222 1, 76 | substantial forms besides the intellectual soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 223 1, 76 | substantial form besides the intellectual soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 224 1, 76 | If we suppose that the intellectual soul is not united to ~the 225 1, 76 | soul. If, however, the intellectual soul be united to the body 226 1, 76 | substantial form besides the intellectual soul to be found in ~man.~ 227 1, 76 | Therefore, if besides the intellectual soul there pre-existed in 228 1, 76 | form in man ~besides the intellectual soul; and that the soul, 229 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intellectual soul is properly united 230 1, 76 | It would seem that the intellectual soul is improperly united 231 1, 76 | proportionate to the form. But the ~intellectual soul is incorruptible. Therefore 232 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the intellectual soul is a perfectly immaterial 233 1, 76 | variety of species. But the intellectual soul is one ~form. Therefore, 234 1, 76 | be more perfect. But the intellectual soul is the most perfect 235 1, 76 | horns; it seems that the intellectual soul should not have ~been 236 1, 76 | not conversely. Now the intellectual soul, ~as we have seen above ( 237 1, 76 | the ~lowest place among intellectual substances; inasmuch as 238 1, 76 | necessary ~things: therefore the intellectual soul had to be endowed not 239 1, 76 | Therefore it behooved the intellectual soul to be united to a body 240 1, 76 | will be the touch. But the ~intellectual soul has the power of sense 241 1, 76 | Therefore the body to which ~the intellectual soul is united should be 242 1, 76 | the matter itself. So the ~intellectual soul requires a body of 243 1, 76 | is not necessary to the intellectual soul by reason ~of its intellectual 244 1, 76 | intellectual soul by reason ~of its intellectual operation considered as 245 1, 76 | temperament. ~Therefore the intellectual soul had to be united to 246 1, 76 | This is suitable to ~the intellectual soul, which, although it 247 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The intellectual soul as comprehending universals, 248 1, 76 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intellectual soul is united to the body 249 1, 76 | It would seem that the intellectual soul is united to the body ~ 250 1, 76 | Para. 2/2~If, however, the intellectual soul is united to the body 251 1, 76 | power or virtue. But the intellectual ~soul is united by its very 252 1, 76 | something between them. But the intellectual soul is ~very distant from 253 1, 76 | Platonists said that the intellectual soul has an ~incorruptible 254 1, 76 | crystal heaven; and the intellectual soul by means of the light 255 1, 77 | and we understand by the ~intellectual power. But "that by which 256 1, 77 | powers of the soul. For ~the intellectual soul approaches nearest 257 1, 77 | and therefore also in the intellectual ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 258 1, 77 | unified it is. But the ~intellectual soul excels all other forms 259 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The intellectual soul approaches to the Divine 260 1, 77 | order ~among the powers, the intellectual powers are prior to the 261 1, 77 | powers with regard to the intellectual. But ~in the third kind 262 1, 77 | the ~sensitive, but in the intellectual appetite, as in the angels.~ 263 1, 37 | express the procession of the intellectual conception - namely, ~"to 264 1, 39 | suppositum," which in intellectual substances is nothing else 265 1, 39 | a being subsisting in an intellectual ~nature. But we say there 266 1, 41 | OBJ 4: Even as regards the intellectual conceptions of the mind, ~ 267 1, 41 | that ~an angel is "of" an intellectual nature. In this way, then, 268 1, 42 | represents it more exactly; the intellectual word not ~being posterior 269 1, 43 | with every and any kind of intellectual perfection, but ~according 270 1, 43 | perfection, but ~according to the intellectual illumination, which breaks 271 1, 45 | whether this desire be intellectual or sensible, or natural, ~ 272 1, 46 | wisdom, through which the ~intellectual agent acts; and therefore 273 1, 47 | celestial bodies and all intellectual ~substances. Therefore the 274 1, 48 | 19], ~A[4]), acts by an intellectual form. Since, therefore, 275 1, 51 | angel ~is an ever movable intellectual substance." Therefore an 276 1, 51 | requires that there should be ~intellectual creatures. Now intelligence 277 1, 51 | further, impossible for an intellectual substance to have any ~kind 278 1, 51 | that "all intelligible and ~intellectual substances subsist because 279 1, 51 | intelligible ray, since intellectual substances are immaterial, 280 1, 51 | that the multiplication of ~intellectual substances can only be according 281 1, 51 | to the diverse degrees of intellectual nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 282 1, 51 | ii, 3) that he is ~"an intellectual substance, partaking of 283 1, 51 | Div. Nom. iv) that the intellectual ~substances "have unfailing 284 1, 51 | can be gathered from its intellectual ~operation; for since everything 285 1, 51 | everlasting. Hence every ~intellectual substance is incorruptible 286 1, 52 | not of the nature of an intellectual substance, as such; but 287 1, 52 | it is ~accidental to some intellectual substance on account of 288 1, 52 | potentially in the genus of intellectual ~substances, not having 289 1, 52 | genus. Therefore in the intellectual nature there are some perfectly ~ 290 1, 52 | there are some perfectly ~intellectual substances, which do not 291 1, 52 | things. Consequently not all intellectual substances are united ~to 292 1, 52 | of ~the species. Hence an intellectual substance which is not united 293 1, 52 | may give evidence of ~that intellectual companionship which men 294 1, 55 | because all his ~knowledge is intellectual: whereas the knowledge of 295 1, 55 | knowledge of a soul is partly ~intellectual and partly sensitive.~Aquin.: 296 1, 55 | 1~Whether there is only intellectual knowledge in the angels?~ 297 1, 55 | angels is not exclusively ~intellectual. For Augustine says (De 298 1, 55 | universe for the highest intellectual ~creature to be entirely 299 1, 56 | container. But an angel has an intellectual ~nature. Therefore whatever 300 1, 56 | like fashion also the lower intellectual substances - that ~is to 301 1, 56 | known, ~together with their intellectual nature. Hence Augustine 302 1, 56 | type exists ~first in the intellectual creature, and is afterwards 303 1, 56 | God the whole plenitude of intellectual knowledge is contained in ~ 304 1, 57 | only knowledge which ~is intellectual, no angel can know himself.~ 305 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, intellectual vision is only of such things 306 1, 58 | they cannot be known by intellectual vision, but ~only by imaginary 307 1, 58 | in the angels, but only ~intellectual. Therefore the angels cannot 308 1, 58 | subject. But the angels are intellectual beings of their own ~nature. 309 1, 58 | in either ~case there is intellectual vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 310 1, 58 | of understanding save the intellectual power, as is evident from ~ 311 1, 58 | seen. Therefore, when an intellectual substance is seen, the intelligible ~ 312 1, 59 | movement and discursive intellectual operation; that is to say, ~ 313 1, 59 | Therefore they are called "intellectual beings": because even with ~ 314 1, 59 | the feebleness ~of their intellectual light. For if they possessed 315 1, 59 | possessed the fulness of ~intellectual light, like the angels, 316 1, 59 | Div. Nom. vii) that "the intellectual ~power of the angel shines 317 1, 59 | from the weakness of the intellectual light within us, ~as has 318 1, 59 | A[3]). Hence, since the intellectual light is perfect ~in the 319 1, 60 | the angels, who are purely intellectual, there is ~no appetite higher 320 1, 60 | in the higher angels the ~intellectual nature is more perfect than 321 1, 61 | contradistinguished from intellectual love, ~as stated by Dionysius ( 322 1, 61 | But an angel's love is ~intellectual. Therefore it is not natural.~ 323 1, 61 | mode. ~Consequently, in the intellectual nature there is to be found 324 1, 61 | Therefore, since an ~angel is an intellectual nature, there must be a 325 1, 61 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Intellectual love is contradistinguished 326 1, 61 | love is ~contrasted with intellectual, which is proper to angels, 327 1, 61 | the imperfection of man's intellectual ~nature that his mind does 328 1, 61 | end. Therefore, since ~the intellectual nature of the angels is 329 1, 61 | rational is distinguished from intellectual love. For rational love 330 1, 61 | residing in the will of an intellectual nature. Now, ~in natural 331 1, 62 | it eternal. Therefore the intellectual ~nature of the soul and 332 1, 62 | empyrean, that is, the fiery or intellectual ~firmament, which is not 333 1, 63 | perfection of rational or of intellectual nature; and hence it is 334 1, 63 | perfection of rational or of ~intellectual nature. The first is one 335 1, 63 | Now it is the mode of an intellectual nature to be ~inclined freely 336 1, 64 | sensible, rational, or intellectual; and sin consists only in 337 1, 64 | is ~manifest that every intellectual nature is inclined towards 338 1, 64 | Hence, since the demons are intellectual substances, they can in 339 1, 64 | not on the part of the intellectual nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 340 1, 64 | opposed to merit. But some intellectual nature ~can merit in the 341 1, 64 | OBJ 2: Further, God made intellectual nature in order that it 342 1, 64 | bad; naming as 'gods' the intellectual substances ~which are above 343 1, 64 | the name of "demons" the ~intellectual substances which are beneath 344 1, 64 | of His justice. But the intellectual creature, when it ~sins, 345 1, 64 | exalted ~creature; because the intellectual creature was so made by 346 1, 64 | angels there is only an intellectual nature; ~hence the argument 347 1, 65 | enlightened by the light of their ~intellectual nature: secondly, by revelation 348 1, 65 | nevertheless, by their likeness of intellectual nature, according to ~which 349 1, 65 | belongs to the nature of an intellectual being, ~which nature remains 350 1, 68 | includes Light among the ~intellectual names of God. But such names 351 1, 69 | bodily, imaginative, and ~intellectual, are called sometimes so 352 1, 71 | follows both sensitive and ~intellectual perception, and is in proportion 353 1, 71 | they are moved by some ~intellectual substances. Augustine appears 354 1, 74 | allowed that the principle of ~intellectual operation which we call 355 1, 74 | to it. Therefore, if the intellectual principle ~contained the 356 1, 74 | it is impossible for ~the intellectual principle to be a body. 357 1, 74 | Para. 2/2~Therefore the intellectual principle which we call 358 1, 74 | like the relation of the intellectual faculty to intelligible ~ 359 1, 74 | subsistent; just as the human ~intellectual soul is subsistent.~Aquin.: 360 1, 74 | the same as that of the intellectual faculty to the ~intelligible 361 1, 74 | however, in the process of intellectual ~operation the body is weary, 362 1, 74 | sometimes, indeed, the intellectual part which, in ~accordance 363 1, 74 | soul ~inasmuch as it is intellectual. For it is clear that whatever 364 1, 74 | in the knower. But the ~intellectual soul knows a thing in its 365 1, 74 | proper formal idea, is in the intellectual soul. ~Therefore the intellectual 366 1, 74 | intellectual soul. ~Therefore the intellectual soul itself is an absolute 367 1, 74 | matter and form. For if the intellectual soul were ~composed of matter 368 1, 74 | follows, therefore, that the intellectual soul, and every intellectual ~ 369 1, 74 | intellectual soul, and every intellectual ~substance which has knowledge 370 1, 74 | receptive ~potentiality in the intellectual soul is other than the receptive ~ 371 1, 74 | such a ~potentiality in the intellectual soul does not prove that 372 1, 74 | act ~and infinite. But in intellectual substances there is composition 373 1, 74 | goodness that they are "intellectual," and that they have "an ~ 374 1, 74 | We must assert that the intellectual principle which we ~call 375 1, 74 | be no contrariety in the ~intellectual soul; for it receives according 376 1, 74 | it is impossible for ~the intellectual soul to be corruptible. 377 1, 74 | in vain. Therefore every intellectual substance is incorruptible.~ 378 1, 74 | or in the soul than their intellectual nature. ~Therefore the soul 379 1, 74 | potentiality. Thus, however, the intellectual faculty is not the noblest, ~ 380 1, 74 | species, so ~neither are all intellectual things of one species.~Aquin.: 381 1, 75 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the intellectual principle is united to the 382 1, 75 | its form?~(2) Whether the intellectual principle is multiplied 383 1, 75 | the form of which is an intellectual principle, ~there is some 384 1, 75 | in the body of which the intellectual principle is the form?~( 385 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intellectual principle is united to the 386 1, 75 | OBJ 1: It seems that the intellectual principle is not united 387 1, 75 | and does, act. But the intellectual action is not ~the action 388 1, 75 | Therefore ~neither is the intellectual faculty a power of the body. 389 1, 75 | form by itself. But ~the intellectual principle has "per se" existence 390 1, 75 | proper matter. But the ~intellectual principle, since it is incorruptible, 391 1, 75 | the body. Therefore the intellectual principle is not united 392 1, 75 | to man on account of his ~intellectual principle. Therefore the 393 1, 75 | principle. Therefore the intellectual principle is the form ~of 394 1, 75 | which is the principle ~of intellectual operation is the form of 395 1, 75 | called the intellect or the ~intellectual soul, is the form of the 396 1, 75 | if anyone says that the intellectual soul is not the form of 397 1, 75 | holding that man is an intellectual soul; or that intelligence 398 1, 75 | understands, because the ~intellectual principle is his form. Thus 399 1, 75 | it is made clear that the intellectual principle is united to ~ 400 1, 75 | follows therefore that the intellectual ~principle is the proper 401 1, 75 | indeed ~according to its intellectual power, because the intellectual 402 1, 75 | intellectual power, because the intellectual power does ~not belong to 403 1, 75 | it is sufficient that the intellectual power be not the ~act of 404 1, 75 | matter, out of which and the intellectual soul there ~results unity 405 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intellectual principle is multiplied 406 1, 75 | It would seem that the intellectual principle is not multiplied ~ 407 1, 75 | impossible that ~one individual intellectual soul should belong to several 408 1, 75 | possible to distinguish my intellectual action form ~yours by the 409 1, 75 | not cause a diversity of intellectual operation in this man and 410 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the intellectual soul, like an angel, has 411 1, 75 | Now it is clear that the intellectual soul, by virtue of its ~ 412 1, 75 | dissolution ~of the body, the intellectual soul retains its own being. 413 1, 75 | 1/1~Whether besides the intellectual soul there are in man other 414 1, 75 | would seem that besides the intellectual soul there are in man ~other 415 1, 75 | same substance. But the intellectual soul is incorruptible; whereas ~ 416 1, 75 | man the essence of the ~intellectual soul, the sensitive soul, 417 1, 75 | man, is taken from the ~intellectual soul; while he is called " 418 1, 75 | sensitive soul. Therefore the intellectual soul may be ~compared to 419 1, 75 | matter. ~Therefore in man the intellectual soul is not essentially 420 1, 75 | But with regard to the intellectual part, he seems to ~leave 421 1, 75 | man" by ~another form, the intellectual soul, it would follow that 422 1, 75 | the sensitive soul, the ~intellectual soul, and the nutritive 423 1, 75 | exceeds a tetragon. Thus the ~intellectual soul contains virtually 424 1, 75 | but by reason of its being intellectual. When, ~therefore, a soul 425 1, 75 | which is both sensitive and intellectual: as will be shown further ~ 426 1, 75 | since, as we have said, the ~intellectual soul contains virtually 427 1, 75 | while that wherein ~the intellectual soul exceeds the sensitive 428 1, 75 | another form besides the intellectual soul?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 429 1, 75 | another form besides the ~intellectual soul. For the Philosopher 430 1, 75 | substantial forms besides the intellectual soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 431 1, 75 | substantial form besides the intellectual soul. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 432 1, 75 | If we suppose that the intellectual soul is not united to ~the 433 1, 75 | soul. If, however, the intellectual soul be united to the body 434 1, 75 | substantial form besides the intellectual soul to be found in ~man.~ 435 1, 75 | Therefore, if besides the intellectual soul there pre-existed in 436 1, 75 | form in man ~besides the intellectual soul; and that the soul, 437 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intellectual soul is properly united 438 1, 75 | It would seem that the intellectual soul is improperly united 439 1, 75 | proportionate to the form. But the ~intellectual soul is incorruptible. Therefore 440 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the intellectual soul is a perfectly immaterial 441 1, 75 | variety of species. But the intellectual soul is one ~form. Therefore, 442 1, 75 | be more perfect. But the intellectual soul is the most perfect 443 1, 75 | horns; it seems that the intellectual soul should not have ~been 444 1, 75 | not conversely. Now the intellectual soul, ~as we have seen above ( 445 1, 75 | the ~lowest place among intellectual substances; inasmuch as 446 1, 75 | necessary ~things: therefore the intellectual soul had to be endowed not 447 1, 75 | Therefore it behooved the intellectual soul to be united to a body 448 1, 75 | will be the touch. But the ~intellectual soul has the power of sense 449 1, 75 | Therefore the body to which ~the intellectual soul is united should be 450 1, 75 | the matter itself. So the ~intellectual soul requires a body of 451 1, 75 | is not necessary to the intellectual soul by reason ~of its intellectual 452 1, 75 | intellectual soul by reason ~of its intellectual operation considered as 453 1, 75 | temperament. ~Therefore the intellectual soul had to be united to 454 1, 75 | This is suitable to ~the intellectual soul, which, although it 455 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The intellectual soul as comprehending universals, 456 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intellectual soul is united to the body 457 1, 75 | It would seem that the intellectual soul is united to the body ~ 458 1, 75 | Para. 2/2~If, however, the intellectual soul is united to the body 459 1, 75 | power or virtue. But the intellectual ~soul is united by its very 460 1, 75 | something between them. But the intellectual soul is ~very distant from 461 1, 75 | Platonists said that the intellectual soul has an ~incorruptible 462 1, 75 | crystal heaven; and the intellectual soul by means of the light 463 1, 76 | and we understand by the ~intellectual power. But "that by which 464 1, 76 | powers of the soul. For ~the intellectual soul approaches nearest 465 1, 76 | and therefore also in the intellectual ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 466 1, 76 | unified it is. But the ~intellectual soul excels all other forms 467 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The intellectual soul approaches to the Divine 468 1, 76 | order ~among the powers, the intellectual powers are prior to the 469 1, 76 | powers with regard to the intellectual. But ~in the third kind 470 1, 76 | the ~sensitive, but in the intellectual appetite, as in the angels.~ 471 1, 77 | specifically concerning the intellectual and ~appetitive powers, 472 1, 77 | intellect; secondly, the intellectual powers; thirdly, ~the appetitive 473 1, 77 | appetitive, ~locomotive, and intellectual. For the powers of the soul 474 1, 77 | the locomotion, and the ~intellectual."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 475 1, 77 | sensible body; and the "intellectual," in regard to ~the most 476 1, 77 | things which with these ~have intellectual power - namely, men. But 477 1, 77 | imagination or phantasy; and ~intellectual, which is an action of the 478 1, 77 | intentions, just as the intellectual reason compares universal ~ 479 1, 78 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE INTELLECTUAL POWERS (THIRTEEN ARTICLES)~ 480 1, 78 | next question concerns the intellectual powers, under which head ~ 481 1, 78 | synderesis" is a power of the intellectual part?~(13) Whether the conscience 482 1, 78 | conscience is a power of the intellectual part?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] 483 1, 78 | the appetitive ~and the intellectual are different genera of 484 1, 78 | Further, a substance is intellectual by the fact that it is ~ 485 1, 78 | seems that the soul must be intellectual through its essence.~Aquin.: 486 1, 78 | Philosopher assigns the intellectual faculty as a ~power of the 487 1, 78 | essence: while in other intellectual creatures, the intellect 488 1, 78 | And in like manner the intellectual soul is ~sometimes called 489 1, 78 | OBJ 2: The appetitive and intellectual powers are different genera ~ 490 1, 78 | power agrees partly with the intellectual ~power and partly with the 491 1, 78 | acts by its form. But the ~intellectual power results from the immateriality 492 1, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the intellectual power is incorruptible, 493 1, 78 | Anima iii, 5). Therefore the intellectual power is not passive.~Aquin.: 494 1, 78 | more, therefore, all the intellectual ~powers, which are the highest, 495 1, 78 | perhaps in order to provide intellectual light to the intellect, 496 1, 78 | are passive: but in the intellectual part, there is something ~ 497 1, 78 | observe ~that above the intellectual soul of man we must needs 498 1, 78 | the human soul is called intellectual by ~reason of a participation 499 1, 78 | reason of a participation in intellectual power; a sign of which is 500 1, 78 | is that ~it is not wholly intellectual but only in part. Moreover


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