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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | animal is derived from ~sensitive nature, by concretion as 2 1, 3 | is animal, which has ~a sensitive nature. Rational being, 3 1, 12 | sense, or faculty of the sensitive power. For ~every such kind 4 1, 18 | Whereas such as have the sensitive power in perfection, so 5 1, 18 | intellectual faculty moves the sensitive powers; and ~these by their 6 1, 20 | through the medium of the sensitive appetite. Hence, in ~us 7 1, 20 | appetite. Hence, in ~us the sensitive appetite is the proximate 8 1, 20 | accompanies an act of the sensitive ~appetite, and this change 9 1, 20 | animals. Therefore acts of the sensitive appetite, inasmuch ~as they 10 1, 20 | In the passions of the sensitive appetite there may be ~distinguished 11 1, 21 | there are no passions; nor a sensitive appetite, which is, as ~ 12 1, 21 | these ~reside not in the sensitive faculty, but in the will. 13 1, 50 | various determined ~degrees of sensitive nature; and in like manner 14 1, 54 | intellectual and partly sensitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 15 1, 54 | Therefore there is a ~sensitive faculty in them as well.~ 16 1, 54 | as it is ~a part of the sensitive soul. In like fashion 'a 17 1, 55 | text. 53, not so that the sensitive power is the sensible ~object' 18 1, 57 | of man, in so far as the ~sensitive appetite sometimes, through 19 1, 57 | know the movement of the sensitive appetite and the ~imaginative 20 1, 57 | is passing through man's ~sensitive appetite or imagination, 21 1, 57 | will is not subject to the sensitive ~appetite or the imagination, 22 1, 59 | apprehension is called "a ~sensitive appetite." Other things, 23 1, 59 | as things which have only sensitive knowledge, ~but as inclined 24 1, 59 | concupiscible are in the sensitive part, which does not ~exist 25 1, 59 | concupiscible; only the sensitive appetite is so divided. 26 1, 59 | particular good things, as the sensitive appetite is divided, which 27 1, 60 | coming from the will; in the sensitive nature, according to ~the 28 1, 60 | nature, according to ~the sensitive appetite; but in a nature 29 1, 62 | the inclination of his sensitive part. But when there is 30 1, 63 | demons are animals with a ~sensitive nature. Now the sensitive 31 1, 63 | sensitive nature. Now the sensitive nature is inclined towards 32 1, 63 | proclivity on the part of the sensitive nature to some inordinate ~ 33 1, 63 | natural inclination in their sensitive ~nature towards certain 34 1, 64 | movable by its mover. For the ~sensitive appetite seeks a particular 35 1, 64 | they are proper to the ~sensitive appetite, which is a power 36 1, 70 | Hence it is clear that ~the sensitive and nutritive souls must 37 1, 70 | that the functions of ~the sensitive soul can appertain to the 38 1, 70 | for appetite follows both sensitive and ~intellectual perception, 39 1, 70 | Moreover, the operations of the sensitive soul, as we have seen, cannot ~ 40 1, 75 | Further, the relation of the sensitive faculty to sensible ~objects 41 1, 75 | objects. Therefore the sensitive faculty, apart from the 42 1, 75 | souls of brute animals are ~sensitive, it follows that they are 43 1, 75 | consequent operations of the sensitive soul are evidently accompanied ~ 44 1, 75 | Hence ~it is clear that the sensitive soul has no "per se" operation 45 1, 75 | that every operation of the sensitive soul belongs to the composite. ~ 46 1, 75 | OBJ 2: The relation of the sensitive faculty to the sensible ~ 47 1, 75 | requires the operation of the sensitive powers in the ~production 48 1, 75 | operation of this power in the sensitive soul is not ~apart from 49 1, 75 | move is not an act of the sensitive soul without the ~body.~ 50 1, 75 | that the operation of the ~sensitive soul were proper to it, 51 1, 75 | man; and sometimes the ~sensitive part with the body is called 52 1, 75 | as it ~happens with the sensitive powers which receive forms 53 1, 76 | from comparison with the sensitive faculty, from ~which Aristotle 54 1, 76 | form of the metal, and the sensitive soul excels the ~vegetative 55 1, 76 | appertain to man; for the sensitive powers obey the intellect, 56 1, 76 | one another, such as the sensitive ~soul and the nutritive 57 1, 76 | the other souls, as the sensitive and the nutritive, are corruptible, 58 1, 76 | intellectual soul, the sensitive soul, and the nutritive 59 1, 76 | if it be said that the sensitive soul in man is ~incorruptible; 60 1, 76 | Did. ix, 10). But the ~sensitive soul in the horse, the lion, 61 1, 76 | it be incorruptible, the sensitive ~soul in man and brute animals 62 1, 76 | called from its having a sensitive soul; and, therefore, ~" 63 1, 76 | having a ~body animated by a sensitive soul. Therefore the intellectual 64 1, 76 | to the body animated by a sensitive soul, as form to matter. ~ 65 1, 76 | essentially the same as the ~sensitive soul, but presupposes it 66 1, 76 | animal' by another form, the sensitive soul, and "man" by ~another 67 1, 76 | conclude that in man the sensitive soul, the ~intellectual 68 1, 76 | whatever belongs to the sensitive ~soul of brute animals, 69 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sensitive soul is incorruptible, not 70 1, 76 | by reason of its ~being sensitive, but by reason of its being 71 1, 76 | When, ~therefore, a soul is sensitive only, it is corruptible; 72 1, 76 | a soul which is merely ~sensitive, and when this is removed, 73 1, 76 | perfect ~soul, which is both sensitive and intellectual: as will 74 1, 76 | virtually what belongs to the sensitive soul, ~and something more, 75 1, 76 | belongs to the ~power of the sensitive soul, as something imperfect 76 1, 76 | intellectual soul exceeds the sensitive soul, it takes as formal 77 1, 76 | virtually ~contains the sensitive and nutritive souls, so 78 1, 76 | same is to be said of the sensitive soul in brute ~animals, 79 1, 76 | equable complexion, the more sensitive will be the touch. But the ~ 80 1, 76 | but on account of the ~sensitive power, which requires an 81 1, 77 | Further, we sense by the sensitive power and we understand 82 1, 77 | substantial ~difference. But sensitive and rational are substantial 83 1, 77 | Reply OBJ 7: Rational and sensitive, as differences, are not 84 1, 77 | and reason, but from the sensitive and rational soul ~itself. 85 1, 77 | by a ~difference in the sensitive soul, which is sometimes 86 1, 77 | and therefore there is one sensitive power with regard to color, ~ 87 1, 77 | powers are prior to the sensitive ~powers; wherefore they 88 1, 77 | command them. Likewise the ~sensitive powers are prior in this 89 1, 77 | generation to the powers of the ~sensitive soul; for which, therefore, 90 1, 77 | same is ~to be said of the sensitive powers with regard to the 91 1, 77 | third kind of order, certain sensitive powers are ordered among ~ 92 1, 77 | through the body. But if the ~sensitive powers were not in the soul 93 1, 77 | soul is the ~subject of the sensitive powers; and for a similar 94 1, 77 | composite." Therefore the sensitive power is in "the composite" 95 1, 77 | operations of the nutritive ~and sensitive parts. Therefore the powers 96 1, 77 | according as it has the sensitive power, is ~considered as 97 1, 77 | the powers even of the sensitive soul are not weakened ~when 98 1, 77 | memory is a power of the sensitive soul, as the ~Philosopher 99 1, 77 | the other powers of the sensitive part.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 100 1, 77 | which is a ~power of the sensitive soul. But it is clear that 101 1, 77 | imagination is a power of the sensitive part. Therefore ~the power 102 1, 77 | Therefore ~the power of the sensitive part remains in the separate 103 1, 77 | the body being dead, the sensitive powers do not ~remain.~Aquin.: 104 1, 77 | as all the powers ~of the sensitive and nutritive parts. Now 105 1, 77 | mind; not ~as a part of the sensitive soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 106 1, 77 | and joy are not in the ~sensitive, but in the intellectual 107 1, 51 | various determined ~degrees of sensitive nature; and in like manner 108 1, 55 | intellectual and partly sensitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 109 1, 55 | Therefore there is a ~sensitive faculty in them as well.~ 110 1, 55 | as it is ~a part of the sensitive soul. In like fashion 'a 111 1, 56 | text. 53, not so that the sensitive power is the sensible ~object' 112 1, 58 | of man, in so far as the sensitive appetite sometimes, through 113 1, 58 | know the movement of the sensitive appetite and the ~imaginative 114 1, 58 | is passing through man's ~sensitive appetite or imagination, 115 1, 58 | will is not subject to the sensitive ~appetite or the imagination, 116 1, 60 | apprehension is called "a ~sensitive appetite." Other things, 117 1, 60 | as things which have only sensitive knowledge, ~but as inclined 118 1, 60 | concupiscible are in the sensitive part, which does not ~exist 119 1, 60 | concupiscible; only the sensitive appetite is so divided. 120 1, 60 | particular good things, as the sensitive appetite is divided, which 121 1, 61 | coming from the will; in the sensitive nature, according to ~the 122 1, 61 | nature, according to ~the sensitive appetite; but in a nature 123 1, 63 | the inclination of his sensitive part. But when there is 124 1, 64 | demons are animals with a ~sensitive nature. Now the sensitive 125 1, 64 | sensitive nature. Now the sensitive nature is inclined towards 126 1, 64 | proclivity on the part of the sensitive nature to some inordinate ~ 127 1, 64 | natural inclination in their sensitive ~nature towards certain 128 1, 65 | movable by its mover. For the ~sensitive appetite seeks a particular 129 1, 65 | they are proper to the ~sensitive appetite, which is a power 130 1, 71 | Hence it is clear that ~the sensitive and nutritive souls must 131 1, 71 | that the functions of ~the sensitive soul can appertain to the 132 1, 71 | for appetite follows both sensitive and ~intellectual perception, 133 1, 71 | Moreover, the operations of the sensitive soul, as we have seen, cannot ~ 134 1, 74 | Further, the relation of the sensitive faculty to sensible ~objects 135 1, 74 | objects. Therefore the sensitive faculty, apart from the 136 1, 74 | souls of brute animals are ~sensitive, it follows that they are 137 1, 74 | consequent operations of the sensitive soul are evidently accompanied ~ 138 1, 74 | Hence ~it is clear that the sensitive soul has no "per se" operation 139 1, 74 | that every operation of the sensitive soul belongs to the composite. ~ 140 1, 74 | OBJ 2: The relation of the sensitive faculty to the sensible ~ 141 1, 74 | requires the operation of the sensitive powers in the ~production 142 1, 74 | operation of this power in the sensitive soul is not ~apart from 143 1, 74 | move is not an act of the sensitive soul without the ~body.~ 144 1, 74 | that the operation of the ~sensitive soul were proper to it, 145 1, 74 | man; and sometimes the ~sensitive part with the body is called 146 1, 74 | as it ~happens with the sensitive powers which receive forms 147 1, 75 | from comparison with the sensitive faculty, from ~which Aristotle 148 1, 75 | form of the metal, and the sensitive soul excels the ~vegetative 149 1, 75 | appertain to man; for the sensitive powers obey the intellect, 150 1, 75 | one another, such as the sensitive ~soul and the nutritive 151 1, 75 | the other souls, as the sensitive and the nutritive, are corruptible, 152 1, 75 | intellectual soul, the sensitive soul, and the nutritive 153 1, 75 | if it be said that the sensitive soul in man is ~incorruptible; 154 1, 75 | Did. ix, 10). But the ~sensitive soul in the horse, the lion, 155 1, 75 | it be incorruptible, the sensitive ~soul in man and brute animals 156 1, 75 | called from its having a sensitive soul; and, therefore, ~" 157 1, 75 | having a ~body animated by a sensitive soul. Therefore the intellectual 158 1, 75 | to the body animated by a sensitive soul, as form to matter. ~ 159 1, 75 | essentially the same as the ~sensitive soul, but presupposes it 160 1, 75 | animal' by another form, the sensitive soul, and "man" by ~another 161 1, 75 | conclude that in man the sensitive soul, the ~intellectual 162 1, 75 | whatever belongs to the sensitive ~soul of brute animals, 163 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sensitive soul is incorruptible, not 164 1, 75 | by reason of its ~being sensitive, but by reason of its being 165 1, 75 | When, ~therefore, a soul is sensitive only, it is corruptible; 166 1, 75 | a soul which is merely ~sensitive, and when this is removed, 167 1, 75 | perfect ~soul, which is both sensitive and intellectual: as will 168 1, 75 | virtually what belongs to the sensitive soul, ~and something more, 169 1, 75 | belongs to the ~power of the sensitive soul, as something imperfect 170 1, 75 | intellectual soul exceeds the sensitive soul, it takes as formal 171 1, 75 | virtually ~contains the sensitive and nutritive souls, so 172 1, 75 | same is to be said of the sensitive soul in brute ~animals, 173 1, 75 | equable complexion, the more sensitive will be the touch. But the ~ 174 1, 75 | but on account of the ~sensitive power, which requires an 175 1, 76 | Further, we sense by the sensitive power and we understand 176 1, 76 | substantial ~difference. But sensitive and rational are substantial 177 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 7: Rational and sensitive, as differences, are not 178 1, 76 | and reason, but from the sensitive and rational soul ~itself. 179 1, 76 | by a ~difference in the sensitive soul, which is sometimes 180 1, 76 | and therefore there is one sensitive power with regard to color, ~ 181 1, 76 | powers are prior to the sensitive ~powers; wherefore they 182 1, 76 | command them. Likewise the ~sensitive powers are prior in this 183 1, 76 | generation to the powers of the ~sensitive soul; for which, therefore, 184 1, 76 | same is ~to be said of the sensitive powers with regard to the 185 1, 76 | third kind of order, certain sensitive powers are ordered among ~ 186 1, 76 | through the body. But if the ~sensitive powers were not in the soul 187 1, 76 | soul is the ~subject of the sensitive powers; and for a similar 188 1, 76 | composite." Therefore the sensitive power is in "the composite" 189 1, 76 | operations of the nutritive ~and sensitive parts. Therefore the powers 190 1, 76 | according as it has the sensitive power, is ~considered as 191 1, 76 | the powers even of the sensitive soul are not weakened ~when 192 1, 76 | memory is a power of the sensitive soul, as the ~Philosopher 193 1, 76 | the other powers of the sensitive part.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 194 1, 76 | which is a ~power of the sensitive soul. But it is clear that 195 1, 76 | imagination is a power of the sensitive part. Therefore ~the power 196 1, 76 | Therefore ~the power of the sensitive part remains in the separate 197 1, 76 | the body being dead, the sensitive powers do not ~remain.~Aquin.: 198 1, 76 | as all the powers ~of the sensitive and nutritive parts. Now 199 1, 76 | mind; not ~as a part of the sensitive soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 200 1, 76 | and joy are not in the ~sensitive, but in the intellectual 201 1, 77 | soul - namely, vegetative, sensitive, appetitive, ~locomotive, 202 1, 77 | the vegetative soul, the sensitive soul, and the rational soul. 203 1, 77 | are ~the vegetative, the sensitive, the appetitive, the locomotion, 204 1, 77 | is the operation of the "sensitive soul"; for though hot and ~ 205 1, 77 | of powers - namely, the "sensitive" in regard to the less ~ 206 1, 77 | vegetative there exists also the sensitive, but not the locomotive 207 1, 77 | approaches to the dignity of the sensitive soul, which has an operation ~ 208 1, 77 | much more need for another sensitive power than can ~grasp magnitude 209 1, 77 | that exterior cause are the sensitive powers diversified.~Aquin.: 210 1, 77 | numbered among the interior ~sensitive powers, in addition to the 211 1, 77 | are passions of the "first sensitive." But ~passion is not divided 212 1, 77 | less than any power ~of the sensitive part. But the intellect 213 1, 77 | should we ~assign to the sensitive part a power, which they 214 1, 77 | assigns five interior ~sensitive powers; namely, "common 215 1, 77 | be as many actions of the sensitive soul as may suffice for 216 1, 77 | Therefore an animal through the sensitive soul must not only ~receive 217 1, 77 | things. Wherefore, since the sensitive power is the act ~of a corporeal 218 1, 77 | four interior powers of the sensitive ~part - namely, the common 219 1, 77 | called passions of the "first sensitive."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 220 1, 77 | that which is proper to the sensitive part; but to a ~certain 221 1, 78 | and sometimes for ~the sensitive soul; for the sensitive 222 1, 78 | sensitive soul; for the sensitive soul takes its name from 223 1, 78 | power and partly with the sensitive in its mode of operation 224 1, 78 | other powers, such as the ~sensitive and nutritive powers, and 225 1, 78 | name given by some to the ~sensitive appetite, in which are the 226 1, 78 | are active, whereas in the sensitive ~part all are passive: but 227 1, 78 | good disposition of the sensitive powers, and practice in 228 1, 78 | intellectual part, but only ~in the sensitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 229 1, 78 | this could happen in the sensitive part, as to some powers, ~ 230 1, 78 | intellectual, but only in the sensitive ~part, which apprehends 231 1, 78 | are not retained in the ~sensitive part of the soul only, but 232 1, 78 | are found together in the sensitive part, which ~apprehends 233 1, 78 | among the powers in the ~sensitive part is the same as in the 234 1, 78 | part. But memory in the ~sensitive part is distinct from sense, 235 1, 78 | present may differentiate the sensitive powers, ~but not the intellectual 236 1, 78 | imaginative ~power in the sensitive part. But the estimative 237 1, 78 | differences differentiate the sensitive powers, which ~do not differentiate 238 1, 79 | divided into intellectual and ~sensitive as distinct powers?~~Aquin.: 239 1, 79 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sensitive and intellectual appetites 240 1, 79 | It would seem that the sensitive and intellectual appetites 241 1, 79 | intellect. Therefore the sensitive and intellectual appetites 242 1, 79 | so it is ~distinct from sensitive knowledge, which is of individual 243 1, 79 | not distinguished from the sensitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 244 1, 79 | distinct power from the sensitive appetite. For the appetitive 245 1, 79 | appetite ~is distinct from the sensitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 246 1, 80 | is an appetite following sensitive apprehension. ~For the act 247 1, 80 | sensuality is ~the name of the sensitive appetite. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 248 1, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sensitive appetite is divided into 249 1, 80 | It would seem that the sensitive appetite is not divided 250 1, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the sensitive appetite regards only what 251 1, 80 | power. Therefore there is no sensitive appetite differing from 252 1, 80 | assign two parts to the sensitive ~appetite, the irascible 253 1, 80 | 1/1~I answer that, The sensitive appetite is one generic 254 1, 80 | which are species ~of the sensitive appetite - the irascible 255 1, 80 | action. ~Therefore, since the sensitive appetite is an inclination 256 1, 80 | an inclination following ~sensitive apprehension, as natural 257 1, 80 | there must needs be in the sensitive part two ~appetitive powers - 258 1, 80 | apprehensive powers of the sensitive part there ~is an estimative 259 1, 80 | A[2]); so also in the sensitive ~appetite there is a certain 260 1, 80 | the soul, so also is the sensitive power. But the sensitive 261 1, 80 | sensitive power. But the sensitive part of ~the soul does not 262 1, 80 | neither do the powers of the sensitive ~appetite, the irascible 263 1, 80 | because in other animals the sensitive appetite is ~naturally moved 264 1, 80 | intentions. Wherefore in man the sensitive appetite is naturally moved 265 1, 80 | universal reason directs the ~sensitive appetite, which is divided 266 1, 80 | To the will also is the sensitive appetite subject in execution, 267 1, 80 | what is proper ~to it as a sensitive power. But the irascible 268 1, 80 | concupiscible powers ~denominate the sensitive appetite rather on the part 269 1, 80 | politic power: because the sensitive appetite has ~something 270 1, 80 | commands of ~reason. For the sensitive appetite is naturally moved, 271 1, 81 | sense is the object of the ~sensitive appetite, so the thing apprehended 272 1, 81 | apprehended by the sense moves the sensitive appetite of necessity: ~ 273 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The sensitive power does not compare different 274 1, 81 | one thing, it moves the sensitive appetite ~in a determinate 275 1, 81 | which cannot belong to the sensitive appetite, but only to the ~ 276 1, 81 | which cannot belong to ~the sensitive appetite, but only to the 277 1, 81 | soul as well as in the sensitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 278 1, 81 | But they cannot be in the sensitive ~appetite, because their 279 1, 81 | body." But no power of the ~sensitive part belongs to the soul 280 1, 81 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the sensitive appetite does not consider 281 1, 81 | therefore the ~parts of the sensitive appetite are differentiated 282 1, 81 | sense they are only in the sensitive appetite. They may, however, ~ 283 1, 82 | Q[81], A[3], ad 2), the sensitive ~appetite, though it obeys 284 1, 83 | hindered by an obstacle in ~the sensitive powers?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 285 1, 83 | all the operations of the sensitive part. Since, therefore, 286 1, 83 | that the operations of the sensitive part are caused ~by the 287 1, 83 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Sensitive knowledge is not the entire 288 1, 83 | should extend further than sensitive knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 289 1, 83 | powers belonging to the sensitive part, make ~use of a corporeal 290 1, 83 | through suspension of ~the sensitive powers?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 291 1, 83 | hindered ~by suspension of the sensitive powers. For the superior 292 1, 84 | therefore the object of every sensitive ~power is a form as existing 293 1, 84 | therefore every power of the sensitive ~part can only have knowledge 294 1, 84 | phantasm, because, just ~as the sensitive part acquires a greater 295 1, 84 | are two operations in the sensitive part. One, in ~regard of 296 1, 84 | animal is taken ~from the sensitive part, whereas the notion 297 1, 84 | signifies that which has a ~sensitive nature; rational, that which 298 1, 85 | particular apprehension of ~the sensitive part, as is said De Anima 299 1, 85 | Hence, in consequence of the sensitive faculties being ~acts of 300 1, 87 | improportionate to the ~sensitive power. And thus it is that 301 1, 88 | intellect itself, but in the sensitive powers, namely, the imaginative, ~ 302 1, 88 | partly in the aforesaid sensitive powers ~and partly in the 303 1, 88 | phantasms in the aforesaid sensitive powers. Hence through ~such 304 1, 88 | received: and the aforesaid sensitive powers ~acquire a certain 305 1, 88 | regards what belongs to the sensitive powers; but ~as regards 306 1, 88 | knowledge on the ~part of the sensitive powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 307 1, 88 | as memory ~belongs to the sensitive part, but not as belonging 308 1, 88 | united to them, and so have sensitive ~powers, which require local 309 1, 90 | animals in the interior sensitive powers, as is clear from 310 1, 95 | like to the angels'; his "sensitive ~powers," whereby he is 311 1, 95 | to God's image. Over the sensitive powers, ~as the irascible 312 1, 96 | innocence man ~would have been sensitive. Therefore he would have 313 1, 100 | not ~acquired through the sensitive powers. We must conclude 314 1, 100 | manner on the use of the sensitive powers; wherefore, while ~ 315 1, 100 | are tired and the interior sensitive powers hampered, man has ~ 316 1, 100 | asleep or ~delirious. Now the sensitive powers are situate in corporeal 317 1, 105 | Philosopher speaks of the lower sensitive appetite ~which can be moved 318 1, 109 | especially as the movement of the sensitive appetite, which is ~accompanied 319 1, 110 | by an angel, so can the sensitive appetite ~which serves the 320 1, 110 | passion residing in the sensitive appetite: ~thus by concupiscence 321 1, 110 | than the passion of the sensitive ~appetite. Hence the comparison 322 1, 110 | descends in ~abundance to the sensitive principle, and movements 323 1, 110 | animal spirits, "and move the sensitive principle"; so that a certain ~ 324 1, 110 | appearance ensues, as if the sensitive principle were being then 325 1, 110 | the human senses. For the ~sensitive operation is a vital operation. 326 1, 110 | principle. Therefore the sensitive operation ~cannot be caused 327 1, 110 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the sensitive operation is nobler than 328 1, 110 | neither can he change the sensitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 329 1, 110 | 1: The principle of the sensitive operation cannot be without ~ 330 1, 110 | interior principle which is the sensitive power; but this interior ~ 331 1, 110 | also of the appetitive and sensitive power, and of any other 332 1, 111 | ourselves to action through the ~sensitive faculties, the action of 333 1, 114 | which are ~movements of the sensitive appetite, in which movements 334 1, 116 | body as its form; and the ~sensitive appetite, which obeys the 335 1, 116 | apprehension of the human soul, the sensitive appetite must needs be ~ 336 1, 117 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the sensitive soul is transmitted with 337 1, 117 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sensitive soul is transmitted with 338 1, 117 | It would seem that the sensitive soul is not transmitted 339 1, 117 | save from matter. ~But the sensitive soul is a perfect substance, 340 1, 117 | of a lower order than the sensitive soul. Now nothing acts ~ 341 1, 117 | its species. Therefore the sensitive soul cannot be caused by 342 1, 117 | generation. But neither the ~sensitive soul itself nor any part 343 1, 117 | semen, for ~no part of the sensitive soul is elsewhere than in 344 1, 117 | power thereof. Therefore the sensitive soul is not produced ~through 345 1, 117 | principle productive of the ~sensitive soul, this principle either 346 1, 117 | would be identified with the sensitive soul of the begotten animal; 347 1, 117 | cannot be. Therefore the sensitive soul cannot be generated 348 1, 117 | Some have held that the sensitive souls of animals are ~created 349 1, 117 | opinion would hold if the sensitive ~soul were subsistent, having 350 1, 117 | it would follow that the sensitive soul would arrive at ~existence 351 1, 117 | operation are ~proper to the sensitive soul, as has been made clear 352 1, 117 | necessity that both the sensitive soul, ~and all other like 353 1, 117 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sensitive soul is not a perfect self-subsistent ~ 354 1, 117 | to the first act, as the sensitive soul is in one who sleeps. ~ 355 1, 117 | actually informed by the sensitive soul; ~not as though the 356 1, 117 | in the semen becomes the ~sensitive soul; for thus, indeed, 357 1, 117 | Philosopher says. And after the sensitive soul, by the ~power of the 358 1, 117 | generated, then it is that the sensitive ~soul of the offspring begins 359 1, 117 | 3]), the intellectual, ~sensitive, and nutritive souls are, 360 1, 117 | one soul in man. But ~the sensitive soul in man is generated 361 1, 117 | animal is made having a sensitive soul. Therefore also the ~ 362 1, 117 | the beginning, then the sensitive, ~lastly the intellectual 363 1, 117 | first, another, namely the sensitive, soul supervenes; and in 364 1, 117 | seminal power, becomes a ~sensitive soul; and finally this same 365 1, 117 | soul is at the same time sensitive and ~nutritive, the pre-existing 366 1, 117 | for ~the operation of the sensitive part: whereas this cannot 367 2, 1 | a natural appetite or a sensitive appetite, determinate to 368 2, 3 | it is an operation of the sensitive, or only of the ~intellectual 369 2, 3 | happiness is an operation of the sensitive part, or of the ~intellective 370 2, 3 | operation depends on the sensitive: since "we cannot understand 371 2, 3 | the soul are perfected by sensitive ~operations. Therefore sensitive 372 2, 3 | sensitive ~operations. Therefore sensitive operation is required for 373 2, 3 | Irrational animals have the sensitive operation in ~common with 374 2, 3 | happiness does not consist in a sensitive operation.~Aquin.: SMT FS 375 2, 4 | consequently, according to the sensitive appetite which is in animals, ~ 376 2, 4 | according to the ~order of the sensitive appetite, but rather according 377 2, 5 | irrational animals that have the sensitive nature only, ~cannot attain 378 2, 5 | The rational exceeds the sensitive nature, otherwise than ~ 379 2, 5 | the rational exceeds the ~sensitive nature in respect of the 380 2, 5 | if after a time. But ~the sensitive nature can nowise attain 381 2, 6 | of an outward body, the ~sensitive appetite which is the power 382 2, 8 | nature of ~things: while the sensitive appetite, as also the intellective 383 2, 9 | Whether it is moved by the sensitive appetite?~(3) Whether the 384 2, 9 | the appetible will to the sensitive appetite. But the imagination, 385 2, 9 | imagination, does ~not remove the sensitive appetite: indeed sometimes 386 2, 9 | harmfulness, does not move the sensitive appetite; so neither ~does 387 2, 9 | the will is moved by the sensitive appetite?~Aquin.: SMT FS 388 2, 9 | will cannot be moved by the sensitive ~appetite. For "to move 389 2, 9 | ad lit. xii, 16). But the sensitive appetite is ~less excellent 390 2, 9 | intellect. Therefore the sensitive appetite ~does not move 391 2, 9 | universal effect. But ~the sensitive appetite is a particular 392 2, 9 | But ~the will moves the sensitive appetite, inasmuch as the 393 2, 9 | appetite, inasmuch as the sensitive appetite ~obeys the reason. 394 2, 9 | the reason. Therefore the sensitive appetite does not move the 395 2, 9 | will were moved by the ~sensitive appetite, wherein concupiscence 396 2, 9 | resides. Therefore the ~sensitive appetite moves the will.~ 397 2, 9 | according to a passion of the sensitive appetite ~man is changed 398 2, 9 | calm. And in this way, the ~sensitive appetite moves the will, 399 2, 9 | more excellent than the sensitive appetite: but in respect 400 2, 9 | subject to that ~passion, the sensitive appetite is more excellent.~ 401 2, 9 | from the very fact that the sensitive appetite is a particular ~ 402 2, 9 | organs themselves of the sensitive powers, are ~subject to 403 2, 9 | entire heavens). For all the sensitive powers, since they are acts 404 2, 9 | moved, in a fashion, by the sensitive appetite, the movements 405 2, 9 | moved by the passions of the sensitive appetite.~Aquin.: SMT FS 406 2, 9 | also, in so far as the sensitive appetite is stirred by ~ 407 2, 9 | FP, Q[84], AA[6],7) the sensitive ~appetite is the act of 408 2, 10 | estimation, so is the will to the sensitive appetite. Therefore the 409 2, 10 | particular, except through the sensitive ~appetite. Therefore, if 410 2, 10 | appetite. Therefore, if the sensitive appetite happen to be disposed 411 2, 10 | 2]), the passion of the ~sensitive appetite moves the will, 412 2, 10 | nature, intellectual and ~sensitive; sometimes man is such and 413 2, 10 | soul: either because the sensitive part is wholly subject to 414 2, 10 | independently of a ~passion of the sensitive appetite. For we will and 415 2, 11 | 3: Further, just as the sensitive appetite is beneath the ~ 416 2, 11 | natural appetite beneath the sensitive. ~If, therefore, to enjoy 417 2, 11 | to enjoy belongs to the sensitive appetite, it seems that ~ 418 2, 11 | anything. Therefore ~the sensitive appetite cannot enjoy: and 419 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The sensitive appetite follows some knowledge; 420 2, 12 | rational ~nature, than does the sensitive nature in irrational animals. 421 2, 13 | difference between the ~sensitive appetite and the will is 422 2, 13 | Q[1], A[2], ad ~3), the sensitive appetite is determinate 423 2, 13 | the will, and not to the ~sensitive appetite which is all that 424 2, 17 | Whether the act of the sensitive appetite is commanded?~( 425 2, 17 | 1~Whether the act of the sensitive appetite is commanded?~Aquin.: 426 2, 17 | seem that the act of the sensitive appetite is not ~commanded. 427 2, 17 | to lust is an act of the sensitive appetite. ~Therefore the 428 2, 17 | Therefore the act of the sensitive appetite is not subject 429 2, 17 | A[2]. But the act of the sensitive appetite is ~accompanied 430 2, 17 | Therefore the act of the sensitive appetite is not subject 431 2, 17 | motive principle of the sensitive appetite is ~something apprehended 432 2, 17 | Therefore the ~act of the sensitive appetite is not subject 433 2, 17 | irascible," which belong to the sensitive appetite. Therefore the 434 2, 17 | Therefore the act of ~the sensitive appetite is subject to the 435 2, 17 | what manner the act of the sensitive appetite is subject to the 436 2, 17 | must be observed that the sensitive appetite differs from the ~ 437 2, 17 | will, in the fact that the ~sensitive appetite is a power of a 438 2, 17 | Consequently the act of the sensitive appetite depends not ~only 439 2, 17 | this respect the act of the sensitive ~appetite is subject to 440 2, 17 | respect, the movement of the sensitive ~appetite is hindered from 441 2, 17 | that the movement of the sensitive ~appetite is aroused suddenly 442 2, 17 | of the body, whereby the sensitive appetite is hindered from ~ 443 2, 17 | relation to ~the act of the sensitive appetite. First, as preceding 444 2, 17 | the ~various acts of the sensitive appetite.~Aquin.: SMT FS 445 2, 17 | command of reason. For the sensitive powers are of higher rank 446 2, 17 | powers. But the powers of the sensitive soul are subject to ~the 447 2, 17 | they affect the acts of the sensitive ~part, that are ordained 448 2, 17 | thereof. Since then the sensitive powers are subject to the 449 2, 17 | members, that are moved by the sensitive powers, are subject to the ~ 450 2, 19 | object of the ~will; while sensitive or imaginary good is proportionate 451 2, 19 | to the will ~but to the sensitive appetite: since the will 452 2, 19 | apprehends; whereas the sensitive appetite tends only ~to 453 2, 19 | good, apprehended by the sensitive power. Therefore the ~goodness 454 2, 22 | Whether passion is in the sensitive appetite rather than in 455 2, 22 | 3: Further, just as the sensitive appetite is the power of 456 2, 22 | organ, so is the power of sensitive apprehension. But passion ~ 457 2, 22 | passion is not more in the sensitive appetitive ~than in the 458 2, 22 | appetitive ~than in the sensitive apprehensive part.~Aquin.: 459 2, 22 | essential to ~the act of the sensitive apprehension: thus is the 460 2, 22 | accidental to the act of the sensitive apprehension; for instance, 461 2, 22 | essential to the act of ~the sensitive appetite; wherefore the 462 2, 22 | consistent with the act of the sensitive appetite, than with that 463 2, 22 | than with that of the ~sensitive apprehension, although both 464 2, 22 | Whether passion is in the sensitive appetite rather than in 465 2, 22 | passion is not more in the sensitive than in ~the intellectual 466 2, 22 | patiens] them." ~But the sensitive appetite cannot "suffer" 467 2, 22 | just as it is also in the sensitive appetite.~Aquin.: SMT FS 468 2, 22 | than the object of the ~sensitive appetite, which is a particular 469 2, 22 | intellectual than with the sensitive appetite.~Aquin.: SMT FS 470 2, 22 | intellectual and not only in the sensitive appetite: else ~they would 471 2, 22 | passions are not more in the sensitive than in the ~intellectual 472 2, 22 | Passion is a movement of the sensitive appetite ~when we imagine 473 2, 22 | found in the act of the sensitive appetite, and is not only 474 2, 22 | only spiritual, as ~in the sensitive apprehension, but also natural. 475 2, 22 | properly in the act of the ~sensitive appetite, than in that of 476 2, 22 | than the object of the sensitive appetite, yet the sensitive 477 2, 22 | sensitive appetite, yet the sensitive appetite is ~more passive.~ 478 2, 23 | two powers into which the sensitive appetite is divided, as 479 2, 23 | passions are movements of the ~sensitive appetite, as stated above ( 480 2, 24 | in the reason, but in the sensitive ~appetite, as stated above ( 481 2, 24 | are in them. Because the ~sensitive appetite is nearer than 482 2, 24 | between the intellectual and sensitive appetite. ~Hence they did 483 2, 24 | of the soul are in the ~sensitive appetite, while the simple 484 2, 24 | all ~the movements of the sensitive appetite. Wherefore they 485 2, 24 | inordinate movements of the sensitive ~appetite, considered as 486 2, 24 | all the movements of the sensitive appetite, then it ~belongs 487 2, 24 | reason. Hence, since the sensitive appetite can ~obey reason, 488 2, 24 | but also in respect of his sensitive appetite; according to Ps. ~ 489 2, 24 | appetite, and by "flesh" ~the sensitive appetite. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 490 2, 24 | in consequence, in the ~sensitive appetite, is a sign of the 491 2, 24 | the co-operation of the ~sensitive appetite. And thus a passion 492 2, 24 | and the angels there is no sensitive appetite, nor ~again bodily 493 2, 24 | the passions are in the sensitive appetite; so that accordance 494 2, 24 | species, in so far as the sensitive appetite is considered in 495 2, 24 | itself. But ~in so far as the sensitive appetite obeys reason, good 496 2, 24 | In irrational animals the sensitive appetite does not obey ~ 497 2, 26 | power, being a part ~of the sensitive appetite, cannot tend to 498 2, 26 | irrational animals, ~the "sensitive appetite," which, however, 499 2, 26 | manner the aptitude of ~the sensitive appetite or of the will 500 2, 26 | complacency in good is called "sensitive love," or "intellectual"


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