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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | intellect, and is primarily intelligible; as sound is that which 2 1, 12 | iv). Therefore God is not intelligible; but ~above all intellect.~ 3 1, 12 | account of the excess of the ~intelligible object above the intellect; 4 1, 12 | intellect in act is the actual intelligible; as ~sense in act is the 5 1, 12 | the creature is called an ~intelligible light, as it were, derived 6 1, 12 | itself. Hence as other ~intelligible forms which are not their 7 1, 12 | since God is supremely ~intelligible in Himself, it seems that 8 1, 12 | he can understand other intelligible things by ~his own natural 9 1, 12 | intellect, as an object made intelligible to it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 10 1, 12 | Therefore the same applies to intelligible things. Now God is ~intelligible 11 1, 12 | intelligible things. Now God is ~intelligible light. Therefore He is not 12 1, 12 | of God itself becomes the intelligible form ~of the intellect. 13 1, 12 | intellect, ~as we also call the intelligible object itself by the name 14 1, 12 | make the essence of God intelligible, which is of itself ~intelligible, 15 1, 12 | intelligible, which is of itself ~intelligible, but in order to enable 16 1, 12 | in act becomes the actual intelligible, and the sense in ~act becomes 17 1, 12 | are seen in God as in an intelligible mirror. ~Therefore if God 18 1, 12 | intellectual vision is of intelligible things, not by ~similitudes, 19 1, 12 | capable of receiving abstract ~intelligible things. Hence in dreams 20 1, 12 | raised up to the supreme of intelligible objects, i.e. to the ~divine 21 1, 12 | in like manner to see any intelligible object, it is not ~necessary 22 1, 12 | soul ~by their essence, as intelligible things are in the intellect. 23 1, 12 | objects; and the natural intelligible light, enabling us to abstract 24 1, 12 | us to abstract from ~them intelligible conceptions.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 12 | knowledge, the stronger the intelligible light is ~in man; and thus 26 1, 14 | is sense in act, and the intelligible in act is intellect in act." ~ 27 1, 14 | informed by the sensible or intelligible ~species. And because of 28 1, 14 | distinct from the sensible or intelligible object, since both are in ~ 29 1, 14 | neither ~is without the intelligible species, as is the case 30 1, 14 | potentially; nor does the intelligible species differ ~from the 31 1, 14 | understands actually; but the intelligible species ~itself is the divine 32 1, 14 | intellect is perfected by the intelligible object, i.e. is assimilated 33 1, 14 | makes it differ ~from the intelligible object and assimilates it 34 1, 14 | it thereto through the ~intelligible species, which is the likeness 35 1, 14 | is not perfected by the intelligible object, nor is it assimilated 36 1, 14 | perfection, and its own intelligible object.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 37 1, 14 | has the same relation to intelligible objects as ~primary matter 38 1, 14 | potentiality as ~regards intelligible objects, just as primary 39 1, 14 | be exercised concerning ~intelligible objects only so far as it 40 1, 14 | as it is perfected by the intelligible ~species of something; and 41 1, 14 | understands itself by an ~intelligible species, as it understands 42 1, 14 | manifest ~that by knowing the intelligible object it understands also 43 1, 14 | as also in the order of ~intelligible objects; therefore He understands 44 1, 14 | understand follows on the ~intelligible species. Now in God there 45 1, 14 | essence ~itself is also His intelligible species, it necessarily 46 1, 14 | object understood, and the intelligible species, and His act of ~ 47 1, 14 | understanding is specified by the ~intelligible object, as is every other 48 1, 14 | in Him ~according to an intelligible mode: for everything which 49 1, 14 | object, ~inasmuch as the intelligible form is the principle of 50 1, 14 | operation is specified by that intelligible form which makes the ~intellect 51 1, 14 | stone according to the ~intelligible existence it has in the 52 1, 14 | effect; and likewise, the intelligible form ~does not denote a 53 1, 14 | the will. For since the intelligible form ~has a relation to 54 1, 14 | intellect abstracts the intelligible species from the ~individualizing 55 1, 14 | individualizing principles; hence the intelligible species in our ~intellect 56 1, 14 | know the singular. But the ~intelligible species in the divine intellect, 57 1, 14 | one individual. But ~the intelligible species of our intellect 58 1, 14 | hence our intellect by the intelligible species of man in a ~certain 59 1, 14 | the reason ~is because the intelligible species of our intellect 60 1, 14 | another, forasmuch as the intelligible ~species represents one 61 1, 15 | pre-exists) according to ~intelligible being, as in those that 62 1, 16 | own conformity with the ~intelligible thing; yet it does not apprehend 63 1, 16 | same if we compare the ~intelligible object with being. For being 64 1, 16 | understood, unless ~being is intelligible. Yet being can be understood 65 1, 16 | whereas in the order of intelligible ~things the converse of 66 1, 18 | degree of life is that of intelligible beings; for their power 67 1, 18 | architect immaterial and ~intelligible being; but in the house 68 1, 19 | actually intelligent by its intelligible ~form. Now everything has 69 1, 19 | apprehended through its intelligible form; so as to rest therein 70 1, 23 | profound knowledge of things intelligible are a ~very small minority 71 1, 27 | understood by way of an intelligible emanation, for example, 72 1, 27 | emanation, for example, of the ~intelligible word which proceeds from 73 1, 27 | whatever proceeds within by an intelligible procession is not necessarily ~ 74 1, 27 | procession by way of an ~intelligible act is included in the idea 75 1, 27 | in God, according to an intelligible ~mode, as above explained ( 76 1, 27 | for He proceeds by way of intelligible action, which is a ~vital 77 1, 27 | which proceeds within ~us by intelligible operation is not of the 78 1, 27 | other procession but the intelligible procession ~of the Word 79 1, 27 | is ~identified with the intelligible procession of the intellect, 80 1, 27 | the Word is by ~way of an intelligible operation. The operation 81 1, 28 | generation proceeds by way of an intelligible ~word. But the relations 82 1, 28 | understood as coming from the ~intelligible procession of the Word. 83 1, 28 | procession of the Word. But intelligible relations are ~infinitely 84 1, 28 | understood as ~proceeding by an intelligible action; and not as a thing 85 1, 28 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Intelligible relations in ourselves are 86 1, 34 | it is made actual by ~the intelligible species, is considered absolutely; 87 1, 41 | cannot speak of divine and intelligible things except ~after the 88 1, 42 | that the procession of the intelligible word is not outside the ~ 89 1, 46 | that in a certain hardly intelligible way it was always made. " 90 1, 50 | and fire by fire. But the intelligible form is in the intellect ~ 91 1, 50 | Div. Nom. iv) that "all intelligible and ~intellectual substances 92 1, 50 | matter is receptive of ~an intelligible ray, since intellectual 93 1, 50 | things can we come to know ~intelligible ones.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] 94 1, 50 | from the object. But an ~intelligible object, being above time, 95 1, 51 | Scripture the properties of ~intelligible things are set forth by 96 1, 51 | fittingly to represent the intelligible properties of an angel. ~ 97 1, 51 | wise contrary to truth for intelligible ~things to be set forth 98 1, 51 | purpose of maintaining that intelligible things are ~sensible, but 99 1, 51 | order that properties of intelligible things may be understood 100 1, 54 | understanding, is in potentiality to intelligible things, but ~which becomes 101 1, 54 | immaterial and actually ~intelligible, but are only intelligible 102 1, 54 | intelligible, but are only intelligible in potentiality so long 103 1, 54 | rendering such natures actually intelligible: and ~this power in us is 104 1, 54 | apprehend; nor, again, are their intelligible in ~potentiality, but they 105 1, 54 | intellect, but things which are intelligible in potentiality, ~in so 106 1, 54 | makes them to be actually intelligible. It ~belongs to the passive 107 1, 55 | is in him is there in an intelligible mode. ~But all things are 108 1, 55 | active intellect ~abstracts intelligible species from phantasms. 109 1, 55 | in them by their ~drawing intelligible species from things. But 110 1, 55 | is ~naturally complete by intelligible species, in so far as they 111 1, 55 | behooves them to seek their intelligible ~perfection from bodies, 112 1, 55 | immaterially and in their own intelligible nature; consequently ~they 113 1, 55 | consequently ~they attain their intelligible perfection through an intelligible ~ 114 1, 55 | intelligible perfection through an intelligible ~outpouring, whereby they 115 1, 55 | reduce material forms to an intelligible ~condition, except it were 116 1, 55 | that he could abstract ~intelligible species from material things, 117 1, 55 | them, for he has connatural intelligible ~species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 118 1, 55 | apprehend the whole mass of intelligible objects. Therefore his ~ 119 1, 55 | are who cannot grasp an intelligible ~truth, unless it be explained 120 1, 56 | But nothing single is ~intelligible. Therefore, since the angel 121 1, 56 | intellect is moved by the intelligible object: ~because, as stated 122 1, 56 | therefore, if in the order of ~intelligible beings there be any subsisting 123 1, 56 | there be any subsisting intelligible form, it will ~understand 124 1, 56 | consequently, he is actually intelligible. Hence it follows ~that 125 1, 56 | them from being actually intelligible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 126 1, 56 | both its ~natural and its intelligible condition, so that he should 127 1, 56 | only ~according to their intelligible natures, so that by such 128 1, 56 | there it possesses only an intelligible existence. As the ~form 129 1, 56 | would have impressed more intelligible species ~in the angelic 130 1, 56 | that He would add a new intelligible ~species to an angel.~Aquin.: 131 1, 57 | things are not actually intelligible, but are ~knowable by apprehension 132 1, 57 | in the angels by their ~intelligible species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 133 1, 57 | understands, by reason of the intelligible species which he has in 134 1, 57 | intellect. And thus the intelligible species which are in the 135 1, 57 | require to make them ~actually intelligible by a process of abstraction. 136 1, 57 | material things by actually intelligible species of things, ~which 137 1, 57 | species which it makes intelligible by abstraction.~Aquin.: 138 1, 57 | according to the succession of intelligible concepts; of which ~Augustine 139 1, 57 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, intelligible species bear the same relation 140 1, 57 | intellectual substance is seen, the intelligible ~species within it is also 141 1, 57 | habit of ~knowledge, or any intelligible species, uses them at will. 142 1, 57 | Although one angel sees the intelligible species of ~another, by 143 1, 58 | intellects, the angels, have no intelligible ~potentiality which is not 144 1, 58 | completed by connatural intelligible ~species. But with regard 145 1, 58 | intellect be informed ~by an intelligible species; just at the body 146 1, 58 | simultaneously understand various intelligible things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 147 1, 58 | are comprised under ~one intelligible concept, they can be understood 148 1, 58 | everything ~is actually intelligible according as its image is 149 1, 58 | which can be known by one intelligible species, are known ~as one 150 1, 58 | species, are known ~as one intelligible object, and therefore are 151 1, 58 | things known by various intelligible species, are apprehended 152 1, 58 | apprehended as ~different intelligible objects.~Aquin.: SMT FP 153 1, 58 | know all things under one intelligible species, which is the ~Divine 154 1, 58 | intellect is informed by the intelligible species which ~it has within 155 1, 58 | behold at the same time many intelligible ~objects under one species; 156 1, 59 | own nature, or through an intelligible species. But such ~inclination 157 1, 59 | things which are naturally intelligible to them. Therefore ~neither 158 1, 62 | he can behold the ~best intelligible object; and that is God. 159 1, 63 | expressed ~his affection by intelligible speech, it was possible 160 1, 64 | similitude of their innate intelligible species is completed in ~ 161 1, 65 | Platonists held, but ~either to intelligible forms of the angelic intellect, 162 1, 66 | the idea of such ~matter intelligible to an ignorant people, except 163 1, 74 | which may be called his ~intelligible word, so the giving form 164 1, 75 | intellectual faculty to intelligible ~objects. But the intellect, 165 1, 75 | from the body, apprehends intelligible ~objects. Therefore the 166 1, 75 | intellectual faculty to the ~intelligible object, in so far as each 167 1, 75 | understands ~the highest of intelligible objects is more able afterwards 168 1, 75 | potentiality with ~regard to the intelligible species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 169 1, 76 | this union is through the intelligible ~species, as having a double 170 1, 76 | organs. Thus through the ~intelligible species the possible intellect 171 1, 76 | things diverse something ~intelligible common to them may be abstracted. 172 1, 76 | regard, that ~is, of one intelligible object.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 173 1, 76 | possible intellect; it is the intelligible species ~abstracted from 174 1, 76 | the same species, only one intelligible species is ~abstracted; 175 1, 76 | from all of them only one intelligible species ~of a stone is abstracted; 176 1, 76 | not be things, but only intelligible species. Now it happens 177 1, 41 | cannot speak of divine and intelligible things except ~after the 178 1, 42 | that the procession of the intelligible word is not outside the ~ 179 1, 47 | that in a certain hardly intelligible way it was always made. " 180 1, 51 | and fire by fire. But the intelligible form is in the intellect ~ 181 1, 51 | Div. Nom. iv) that "all intelligible and ~intellectual substances 182 1, 51 | matter is receptive of ~an intelligible ray, since intellectual 183 1, 51 | things can we come to know ~intelligible ones.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] 184 1, 51 | from the object. But an ~intelligible object, being above time, 185 1, 52 | Scripture the properties of ~intelligible things are set forth by 186 1, 52 | fittingly to represent the intelligible properties of an angel. 187 1, 52 | wise contrary to truth for intelligible ~things to be set forth 188 1, 52 | purpose of maintaining that intelligible things are ~sensible, but 189 1, 52 | order that properties of intelligible things may be ~understood 190 1, 55 | understanding, is in potentiality to intelligible things, but ~which becomes 191 1, 55 | immaterial and actually ~intelligible, but are only intelligible 192 1, 55 | intelligible, but are only intelligible in potentiality so long 193 1, 55 | rendering such natures actually intelligible: and ~this power in us is 194 1, 55 | apprehend; nor, again, are their intelligible in ~potentiality, but they 195 1, 55 | intellect, but things which are intelligible in potentiality, ~in so 196 1, 55 | makes them to be actually intelligible. It ~belongs to the passive 197 1, 56 | is in him is there in an intelligible mode. ~But all things are 198 1, 56 | active intellect ~abstracts intelligible species from phantasms. 199 1, 56 | in them by their ~drawing intelligible species from things. But 200 1, 56 | is ~naturally complete by intelligible species, in so far as they 201 1, 56 | behooves them to seek their intelligible ~perfection from bodies, 202 1, 56 | immaterially and in their own intelligible nature; consequently ~they 203 1, 56 | consequently ~they attain their intelligible perfection through an intelligible ~ 204 1, 56 | intelligible perfection through an intelligible ~outpouring, whereby they 205 1, 56 | reduce material forms to an intelligible ~condition, except it were 206 1, 56 | that he could abstract ~intelligible species from material things, 207 1, 56 | them, for he has connatural intelligible ~species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 208 1, 56 | apprehend the whole mass of intelligible objects. Therefore his ~ 209 1, 56 | are who cannot grasp an intelligible ~truth, unless it be explained 210 1, 57 | But nothing single is ~intelligible. Therefore, since the angel 211 1, 57 | intellect is moved by the intelligible object: ~because, as stated 212 1, 57 | therefore, if in the order of ~intelligible beings there be any subsisting 213 1, 57 | there be any subsisting intelligible form, it will ~understand 214 1, 57 | consequently, he is actually intelligible. Hence it follows ~that 215 1, 57 | them from being actually intelligible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 216 1, 57 | both its ~natural and its intelligible condition, so that he should 217 1, 57 | only ~according to their intelligible natures, so that by such 218 1, 57 | there it possesses only an intelligible existence. As the ~form 219 1, 57 | would have impressed more intelligible species ~in the angelic 220 1, 57 | that He would add a new intelligible ~species to an angel.~Aquin.: 221 1, 58 | things are not actually intelligible, but are ~knowable by apprehension 222 1, 58 | in the angels by their ~intelligible species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 223 1, 58 | understands, by reason of the intelligible species which he has in 224 1, 58 | intellect. And thus the intelligible species which are in the 225 1, 58 | require to make them ~actually intelligible by a process of abstraction. 226 1, 58 | material things by actually intelligible species of things, ~which 227 1, 58 | species which it makes intelligible by abstraction.~Aquin.: 228 1, 58 | according to the succession of intelligible concepts; of which ~Augustine 229 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, intelligible species bear the same relation 230 1, 58 | intellectual substance is seen, the intelligible ~species within it is also 231 1, 58 | habit of ~knowledge, or any intelligible species, uses them at will. 232 1, 58 | Although one angel sees the intelligible species of ~another, by 233 1, 59 | intellects, the angels, have no intelligible ~potentiality which is not 234 1, 59 | completed by connatural intelligible ~species. But with regard 235 1, 59 | intellect be informed ~by an intelligible species; just at the body 236 1, 59 | simultaneously understand various intelligible things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 237 1, 59 | are comprised under ~one intelligible concept, they can be understood 238 1, 59 | everything ~is actually intelligible according as its image is 239 1, 59 | which can be known by one intelligible species, are known ~as one 240 1, 59 | species, are known ~as one intelligible object, and therefore are 241 1, 59 | things known by various intelligible species, are apprehended 242 1, 59 | apprehended as ~different intelligible objects. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 243 1, 59 | know all things under one intelligible species, which is the ~Divine 244 1, 59 | intellect is informed by the intelligible species which ~it has within 245 1, 59 | behold at the same time many intelligible ~objects under one species; 246 1, 60 | own nature, or through an intelligible species. But such ~inclination 247 1, 60 | things which are naturally intelligible to them. Therefore ~neither 248 1, 63 | he can behold the ~best intelligible object; and that is God. 249 1, 64 | expressed ~his affection by intelligible speech, it was possible 250 1, 65 | similitude of their innate intelligible species is completed in ~ 251 1, 66 | Platonists held, but ~either to intelligible forms of the angelic intellect, 252 1, 67 | the idea of such ~matter intelligible to an ignorant people, except 253 1, 73 | which may be called his ~intelligible word, so the giving form 254 1, 74 | intellectual faculty to intelligible ~objects. But the intellect, 255 1, 74 | from the body, apprehends intelligible ~objects. Therefore the 256 1, 74 | intellectual faculty to the ~intelligible object, in so far as each 257 1, 74 | understands ~the highest of intelligible objects is more able afterwards 258 1, 74 | potentiality with ~regard to the intelligible species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 259 1, 75 | this union is through the intelligible ~species, as having a double 260 1, 75 | organs. Thus through the ~intelligible species the possible intellect 261 1, 75 | things diverse something ~intelligible common to them may be abstracted. 262 1, 75 | regard, that ~is, of one intelligible object.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 263 1, 75 | possible intellect; it is the intelligible species ~abstracted from 264 1, 75 | the same species, only one intelligible species is ~abstracted; 265 1, 75 | from all of them only one intelligible species ~of a stone is abstracted; 266 1, 75 | not be things, but only intelligible species. Now it happens 267 1, 78 | not the act of all things intelligible, by reason of ~its very 268 1, 78 | but is compared to these intelligible things as a ~potentiality 269 1, 78 | potentiality with regard to things intelligible, and is ~at first "like 270 1, 78 | in potentiality to things intelligible, and which for this ~reason 271 1, 78 | our intellect to things ~intelligible. But because sense is in 272 1, 78 | in potentiality to things intelligible, it seems that we ~cannot 273 1, 78 | immaterially. Now a form is intelligible in act from ~the very fact 274 1, 78 | make the species actually intelligible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 275 1, 78 | to make things actually intelligible; but ~perhaps in order to 276 1, 78 | consequently that they ~are intelligible: since a thing is actually 277 1, 78 | since a thing is actually intelligible from the very ~fact that 278 1, 78 | matter are not actually ~intelligible; it follows that the natures 279 1, 78 | understand are not actually intelligible. Now nothing is reduced ~ 280 1, 78 | to make things actually intelligible, by ~abstraction of the 281 1, 78 | with the matter. Now the intelligible in act ~is not something 282 1, 78 | which makes ~things actually intelligible by way of abstraction.~~ 283 1, 78 | potentiality to all things intelligible, ~is something in the soul, 284 1, 78 | makes ~them to be actually intelligible. But, even supposing the 285 1, 78 | soul makes things actually intelligible. Just as in ~other perfect 286 1, 78 | is to make them actually ~intelligible. Now no action belongs to 287 1, 78 | all. Now to know the first intelligible principles is the ~action 288 1, 78 | act by the fact that the ~intelligible species are received into 289 1, 78 | all consider whether the intelligible species can thus be preserved 290 1, 78 | organ, nothing but what is intelligible exists. ~Wherefore every 291 1, 78 | substance, in order that the intelligible species may thence flow 292 1, 78 | inasmuch as it receives the intelligible species of each thing. To 293 1, 78 | receives the species of intelligible things it ~owes its being 294 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The intelligible species is sometimes in 295 1, 78 | potentiality. ~Sometimes the intelligible species is in the intellect 296 1, 78 | act. And ~sometimes the intelligible species is in a middle state, 297 1, 78 | understand is simply to apprehend intelligible truth: and to ~reason is 298 1, 78 | another, so as to know ~an intelligible truth. And therefore angels, 299 1, 78 | possess perfect knowledge of intelligible truth, have no need to ~ 300 1, 78 | arrives at the knowledge of intelligible truth by advancing from 301 1, 78 | imperfectly, to the knowledge of intelligible truth, which ~angels know. 302 1, 78 | otherwise it would not be intelligible. Therefore as the object 303 1, 79 | intellect, of all things intelligible, so that the soul of man ~ 304 1, 79 | as something ~sensible or intelligible, whereas it is desired as 305 1, 81 | Now ~there are some things intelligible which have not a necessary 306 1, 83 | the species of all things ~intelligible are naturally innate in 307 1, 83 | Further, as sense is to the intelligible, so is the intellect to ~ 308 1, 83 | spiritual things, which are intelligible. Therefore by no ~means 309 1, 83 | through immaterial and ~intelligible species, which can be in 310 1, 83 | intellect, ~to all things intelligible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 311 1, 83 | soul ~created by God under intelligible species. And so the soul 312 1, 83 | intellect is filled with all intelligible species, but ~that, by being 313 1, 83 | had innate images of ~all intelligible things. We must therefore 314 1, 83 | intellect is perfected by intelligible species, ~in accordance 315 1, 83 | substantial ~being through the intelligible species; and therefore there 316 1, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intelligible species are derived by the 317 1, 83 | It would seem that the intelligible species are derived by the ~ 318 1, 83 | without ~matter. Therefore the intelligible species, by which the soul ~ 319 1, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the intelligible is to the intellect, as 320 1, 83 | the soul. Therefore the intelligible species, by which our ~intellect 321 1, 83 | by some things actually intelligible, ~existing outside the soul. 322 1, 83 | from matter. Therefore the intelligible forms of our intellect ~ 323 1, 83 | intellect. Therefore the intelligible species, by which we actually ~ 324 1, 83 | Some have held that the intelligible species of our ~intellect 325 1, 83 | thereof: so he held that the ~intelligible species of our intellect 326 1, 83 | opinion aside, held that ~the intelligible species of all sensible 327 1, 83 | which, according to him, intelligible species ~flow into our souls, 328 1, 83 | Plato in this, that the intelligible species of our ~intellect 329 1, 83 | Avicenna held that ~the intelligible species do not remain in 330 1, 83 | aptitude for receiving ~intelligible species through the influence 331 1, 83 | consideration of those ~things, the intelligible species of which it receives 332 1, 83 | effect of receiving the ~intelligible species of which the corresponding 333 1, 83 | therefore conclude that the intelligible ~species, by which our soul 334 1, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The intelligible species which are participated 335 1, 83 | which is by its essence intelligible - namely, God. But they 336 1, 83 | sensible, but not actually intelligible. ~Wherefore there is no 337 1, 83 | intellectual light which is in us, intelligible ~species, which are derived 338 1, 83 | intellect, but by separate intelligible ~forms being participated 339 1, 83 | the ~senses to be actually intelligible, by a process of abstraction.~ 340 1, 83 | require to be made ~actually intelligible by the active intellect, 341 1, 83 | actually understand through the intelligible ~species of which it is 342 1, 83 | understand through ~the intelligible species of which it is possessed, 343 1, 83 | intellect is made actual by the intelligible species ~by which it is 344 1, 83 | understands. ~Therefore the intelligible species suffices for the 345 1, 83 | separate from a body, is an intelligible substance ~separate from 346 1, 84 | phantasms?~(2) Whether the intelligible species abstracted from 347 1, 84 | the process ~whereby the intelligible species is abstracted from 348 1, 84 | intellect to abstract ~the intelligible species from the phantasm, 349 1, 84 | iii, 4) that "things are ~intelligible in proportion as they are 350 1, 84 | the ~particular, or the intelligible species from the phantasm; 351 1, 84 | matter; ~not from common intelligible matter, but only from individual 352 1, 84 | soft, and the like: while intelligible ~matter is substance as 353 1, 84 | abstract them from common ~intelligible matter. Yet they can be 354 1, 84 | abstract them from individual intelligible ~matter. But some things 355 1, 84 | abstracted even from common intelligible ~matter, such as "being," " 356 1, 84 | phantasm. It is thus that the intelligible species is said to be ~abstracted 357 1, 84 | own power it abstracts the intelligible ~species from the phantasm. 358 1, 84 | abstraction therefrom of intelligible ~intentions. Furthermore, 359 1, 84 | intellect abstracts the intelligible ~species from the phantasm, 360 1, 84 | intellect both abstracts the intelligible species from ~the phantasms, 361 1, 84 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the intelligible species abstracted from 362 1, 84 | It would seem that the intelligible species abstracted from 363 1, 84 | understanding, save the abstracted intelligible ~species. Therefore this 364 1, 84 | else than the aforesaid ~intelligible species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 365 1, 84 | passions of the soul - viz. the intelligible species, are what is ~actually 366 1, 84 | 1 ~On the contrary, The intelligible species is to the intellect 367 1, 84 | perceives. Therefore the ~intelligible species is not what is actually 368 1, 84 | impression, namely, the ~intelligible species which it has received, 369 1, 84 | understand is merely the intelligible species in the soul, it 370 1, 84 | soul, but only with the intelligible species within the soul; 371 1, 84 | it must be said that the intelligible species is related to ~the 372 1, 84 | understood, that is, the intelligible species, is the form by 373 1, 84 | it understands. Thus the intelligible species is that ~which is 374 1, 84 | external things by means of its intelligible species.~Aquin.: SMT FP 375 1, 84 | does not follow that the ~intelligible species abstracted is what 376 1, 84 | intellect as informed by the intelligible species; and ~then the passive 377 1, 84 | not therefore signify the ~intelligible species themselves; but 378 1, 84 | smell are in the apple. But intelligible species are not ~opposed 379 1, 84 | act as regards different intelligible species, and ~thus it can 380 1, 84 | one" but not by "many" intelligible ~species. For the mode of 381 1, 84 | different shapes. Now all ~intelligible species belong to one genus, 382 1, 84 | same time by ~different intelligible species so as actually to 383 1, 84 | the multitude itself of ~intelligible species causes a certain 384 1, 84 | a certain vicissitude of intelligible ~operations, according as 385 1, 84 | knowledge of principles and intelligible causes. But in ~perfect 386 1, 85 | understands by abstracting ~the intelligible species from such matter. 387 1, 85 | even after abstracting the intelligible species, the ~intellect, 388 1, 85 | universal directly through the intelligible species, ~and indirectly 389 1, 85 | reason why it should not be intelligible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 390 1, 85 | being in one ~place. But one intelligible species can exist with another 391 1, 85 | On the other hand, the intelligible species enter into our intellect ~ 392 1, 85 | intellect knows by means of intelligible species abstracted from 393 1, 86 | immaterial substances are intelligible by their own essence according 394 1, 86 | and perfectly in itself intelligible; and hence God by His own ~ 395 1, 86 | indeed, to the genus of intelligible things as "act," but not 396 1, 86 | potentiality in ~the genus of intelligible beings, just as primary 397 1, 86 | asserted than an order of intelligible beings existed above the 398 1, 86 | by participation ~of the intelligible; for they said that the 399 1, 86 | by participating separate intelligible forms, it would ~understand 400 1, 86 | which not only ~actuates the intelligible things themselves, but also, 401 1, 86 | an act in the genus of ~intelligible things, and therefore it 402 1, 86 | altogether in potentiality to ~intelligible things - as is the passive 403 1, 86 | intellect - or is the act of ~intelligible things abstracted from the 404 1, 86 | more so." But habits and intelligible species cause things to 405 1, 86 | above (AA[1],2) a thing is intelligible ~according as it is in act. 406 1, 86 | sensibly; and likewise the intelligible inclination, which ~is the 407 1, 87 | are likewise to us most intelligible. As material ~things, however, 408 1, 87 | material ~things, however, are intelligible only so far as we make them 409 1, 87 | those ~substances are more intelligible in themselves whose nature 410 1, 87 | what in itself is naturally intelligible not ~to be understood at 411 1, 87 | so is intellect to the ~intelligible. But our sight can see all 412 1, 87 | intellect can understand all intelligible substances, even the superior ~ 413 1, 87 | clearly does it perceive the ~intelligible truth of immaterial things.~ 414 1, 87 | the active intellect and intelligible objects, as, for instance, 415 1, 87 | intellect can be compared to the intelligible ~object as perfection is 416 1, 87 | passive intellect receives the intelligible object and the active ~intellect 417 1, 87 | and the more numerous the intelligible objects ~received, so much 418 1, 87 | when we ~understand all the intelligible objects, the active intellect 419 1, 87 | united in regard ~to one intelligible object, or two; but rather 420 1, 87 | rather in regard to all ~intelligible objects. But all such objects 421 1, 87 | knowledge of the highest things intelligible ~is attained through the 422 1, 87 | which are made actually intelligible by the ~active intellect, 423 1, 87 | says (Div. Nom. i) that "intelligible things ~cannot be understood 424 1, 88 | it understand by means of intelligible ~species divinely infused, 425 1, 88 | nature, and would understand intelligible things simply, without turning ~ 426 1, 88 | understanding, by turning to ~simply intelligible objects, as is proper to 427 1, 88 | understand by turning to simply intelligible objects than by ~turning 428 1, 88 | but by turning to simply intelligible objects; hence in that ~ 429 1, 88 | understands the greater intelligible, will be ~able much more 430 1, 88 | to understand the lesser intelligible. But the separated ~soul 431 1, 88 | memorative, and that the intelligible species are not ~kept in 432 1, 88 | to them to consider the intelligible object. But as the ~intellectual 433 1, 88 | ad 2). Neither can the ~intelligible species in the passive intellect 434 1, 88 | there is no contrary to intelligible "intentions," above ~all 435 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, intelligible species cannot have greater 436 1, 88 | we cannot understand by intelligible species without turning 437 1, 88 | cannot understand at all by intelligible ~species acquired in this 438 1, 88 | knowledge is directed by the (intelligible) species, which is ~the 439 1, 88 | power. Therefore as the intelligible species remain in the separated ~ 440 1, 88 | follows that through the ~intelligible species acquired in this 441 1, 90 | earthly, ~so as to gather intelligible truth from all things. Secondly, 442 1, 93 | perfect manner through His ~intelligible effects than through those 443 1, 93 | and clear consideration of intelligible creatures, because he is ~ 444 1, 93 | steady contemplation of the intelligible effects which he perceived ~ 445 1, 93 | Therefore, through these ~intelligible effects of God, man knew 446 1, 93 | effects, especially in the intelligible effects, according to His ~ 447 1, 93 | in the consideration of intelligible things by being ~preoccupied 448 1, 93 | because his knowledge of ~intelligible things within him was more 449 1, 104 | intellect is moved by the intelligible. But God is not intelligible 450 1, 104 | intelligible. But God is not intelligible to ~us, and exceeds the 451 1, 104 | His own Nature. For as the intelligible types of everything exist 452 1, 104 | the created intellect the intelligible species, and ~maintains 453 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The intelligible object moves our human intellect, 454 1, 104 | intellect, ~and yet He cannot be intelligible to it, as we have explained ( 455 1, 106 | to its operation. Now an ~intelligible object is present to the 456 1, 106 | And it is clear that the intelligible object passes from ~the 457 1, 106 | wills." So likewise the intelligible object passes from the second 458 1, 106 | intellect is moved by ~the intelligible object just as sense is 459 1, 106 | aroused to attention by some intelligible power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 460 1, 107 | angels receive ~them in their intelligible purity, whereas men receive 461 1, 109 | forms are ~absolute and intelligible. Therefore, as the inferior 462 1, 110 | intellect, and according as the intelligible ~species which are in the 463 1, 110 | the angels propose the ~intelligible truth to men under the similitudes 464 1, 110 | strengthened, so much higher an intelligible truth can ~be elicited from 465 1, 116 | it ~follows that the same intelligible species belong to all men. ~ 466 1, 116 | be rightly ~disposed for intelligible apprehension. This opinion 467 1, 116 | intellect, and the same intelligible species, differing only 468 1, 116 | in pure potentiality to intelligible (species), as Aristotle 469 1, 116 | disciple, nor does he cause the intelligible species directly: but he ~ 470 1, 116 | of his ~intellect, forms intelligible concepts, the signs of which 471 2, 3 | got. And so it ~is with an intelligible end. For at first we desire 472 2, 3 | we desire to attain an ~intelligible end; we attain it, through 473 2, 3 | Consequently we first attain an ~intelligible end by an act of the intellect; 474 2, 3 | human intellect, viz. the intelligible light, or ~something of 475 2, 4 | Now man is ordered to an intelligible end ~partly through his 476 2, 4 | perfect knowledge of the intelligible ~end; comprehension, which 477 2, 4 | wherein it ~looks on the intelligible truth, as stated in the 478 2, 5 | wherefore "he understands the intelligible species in the phantasm" ( 479 2, 5 | mode of knowing the same intelligible truth: for the ~intellectual 480 2, 5 | natural way of ~knowing intelligible truth is by means of phantasms. 481 2, 9 | principle is in things intelligible. But it is evident that 482 2, 10 | demonstrations to things intelligible: and, speaking generally, 483 2, 30 | AA[3],4): one is in the intelligible good, ~which is the good 484 2, 31 | greater than ~spiritual and intelligible pleasures. For all men seek 485 2, 31 | sensible ~pleasures, than intelligible spiritual pleasures. Therefore 486 2, 31 | sexual pleasures: whereas intelligible things are ~without movement: 487 2, 31 | more ~known to us, than intelligible things. Secondly, because 488 2, 34 | discriminate between the intelligible and the sensible, nor between ~ 489 2, 50 | respect of singulars by the intelligible species, "then ~it is said 490 2, 50 | in the intellect is the intelligible species, by means of ~which 491 2, 50 | potentiality as regards all intelligible ~things, just as primal 492 2, 50 | potentiality in the order of ~intelligible things, but as an act; not 493 2, 50 | habitual perfection by means of intelligible species in regard to ~its 494 2, 51 | happen, since they have ~intelligible species naturally impressed 495 2, 51 | know ~except through the intelligible species which he has received 496 2, 51 | intellective power, some intelligible species, which ~are likenesses 497 2, 52 | from bodily quantities to intelligible spiritual things, on ~account 498 2, 52 | quantities and ~applied to the intelligible perfections of forms; so 499 2, 53 | action of its contrary: since intelligible ~species are not contrary 500 2, 53 | capable of corrupting the intelligible species ~residing in the


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