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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | science. The unity of a faculty or ~habit is to be gauged 2 1, 1 | which falls under a higher faculty or habit ~as well; because 3 1, 1 | well; because the higher faculty or habit regards the object 4 1, 1 | common sense," although one faculty, extends to all the ~objects 5 1, 1 | that between a habit or faculty and ~its object. Now properly 6 1, 1 | speaking, the object of a faculty or habit is ~the thing under 7 1, 1 | things are referred to that ~faculty or habit, as man and stone 8 1, 1 | stone are referred to the faculty of sight ~in that they are 9 1, 3 | accompanies the species - as the faculty of ~laughing is proper to 10 1, 5 | relates to the cognitive faculty; for beautiful things are 11 1, 5 | just as is every cognitive ~faculty. Now since knowledge is 12 1, 12 | on the part of the visual faculty, whereby the ~intellect 13 1, 12 | similitude in the visual faculty, namely, the light of ~glory 14 1, 12 | or by any other sense, or faculty of the sensitive power. 15 1, 12 | have a greater power or faculty to see God than another. 16 1, 12 | see God than another. The faculty ~of seeing God, however, 17 1, 12 | the part of ~the diverse faculty of the intellect, not, indeed, 18 1, 12 | not, indeed, the natural faculty, ~but the glorified faculty.~ 19 1, 12 | faculty, ~but the glorified faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 20 1, 12 | each other, the cognitive faculty ~can be assimilated to any 21 1, 14 | act knows the intellectual faculty. But God ~is a pure act 22 1, 14 | if His ~intellect were a faculty apart from Himself, and 23 1, 14 | hence, although by one faculty we know the universal and ~ 24 1, 17 | proper form, so the ~knowing faculty has knowledge by the likeness 25 1, 17 | fail to be a man; so ~the faculty of knowing cannot fail in 26 1, 18 | have the still higher ~faculty of understanding.~Aquin.: 27 1, 18 | same man the intellectual faculty moves the sensitive powers; 28 1, 19 | necessarily, and as any other faculty has necessary ~relation 29 1, 19 | An act of the cognitive faculty is according as the thing ~ 30 1, 19 | while an act of the appetite faculty is directed ~to things as 31 1, 19 | Further, free-will is the faculty of the reason and will, 32 1, 20 | and of every appetitive faculty. ~For since the acts of 33 1, 20 | and of every appetitive faculty tend ~towards good and evil, 34 1, 20 | Reply OBJ 1: The cognitive faculty does not move except through 35 1, 21 | reside not in the sensitive faculty, but in the will. Hence, 36 1, 22 | of which the appetitive faculty is directed towards ~good, 37 1, 23 | exceeds all proportion and faculty ~of created nature; and 38 1, 23 | that end which ~exceeds the faculty of human nature. Whence 39 1, 41 | The will, as a natural faculty, wills something naturally, ~ 40 1, 44 | cannot be without having the faculty of ~laughing. But, since 41 1, 50 | body, ~nor of any corporeal faculty; for every body is limited 42 1, 51 | i), "that which has the faculty has the ~action." Hence 43 1, 54 | in an angel the power or faculty of ~understanding is not 44 1, 54 | the power or ~operative faculty the same as its essence: 45 1, 54 | Therefore there is a ~sensitive faculty in them as well.~Aquin.: 46 1, 54 | belongs to the ~imaginative faculty. Therefore the power of 47 1, 54 | not by ~likeness of the faculty knowing them. We have experience 48 1, 55 | acts. Now in order that the faculty may be ~perfectly completed 49 1, 55 | all things to which ~the faculty extends to be contained 50 1, 56 | object which is united to a faculty bears the same relation 51 1, 56 | potentially in the knowing faculty; and then there is only ~ 52 1, 56 | it is required that the faculty of knowledge be actuated 53 1, 57 | although it is but one faculty, knows everything apprehended 54 1, 57 | which an angel by his one faculty of knowledge, ~namely, the 55 1, 57 | imagination is a corporeal faculty. Therefore it ~seems that 56 1, 57 | sometimes with the greatest faculty learn man's dispositions, 57 1, 58 | iv, 32): "The spiritual ~faculty of the angelic mind comprehends 58 1, 58 | it is impossible for one faculty to have two operations ~ 59 1, 58 | two operations of the same faculty at the one ~time, one of 60 1, 59 | presented to the ~appetitive faculty on the part of reason and 61 1, 59 | the same way the irascible faculty ~is so denominated from 62 1, 59 | angels the will is a special faculty or power, ~which is neither 63 1, 59 | it. Now it belongs to one faculty to have ~within itself something 64 1, 59 | outside it, and to another faculty to ~tend to what is outside 65 1, 59 | part of their appetitive faculty can there be free-will.~ 66 1, 59 | the act of the appetitive faculty comes of this, that the 67 1, 59 | distinction ~of objects, if to any faculty there respond an object 68 1, 59 | the proper object of any ~faculty were white, as white, then 69 1, 59 | white, as white, then the faculty of seeing white would be ~ 70 1, 59 | distinguished from the faculty of seeing black.~Aquin.: 71 1, 59 | belong to the concupiscible faculty. Similarly, fortitude regulates ~ 72 1, 60 | every act of the appetitive faculty comes of ~love.~Aquin.: 73 1, 60 | The act of the appetitive faculty, on the ~contrary, follows 74 1, 62 | OBJ 3: Further, the same faculty has not two simultaneous 75 1, 62 | two operations of the one faculty at the ~one time, except 76 1, 75 | relation of the sensitive faculty to sensible ~objects is 77 1, 75 | relation of the intellectual faculty to intelligible ~objects. 78 1, 75 | Therefore the sensitive faculty, apart from the body, perceives ~ 79 1, 75 | relation of the sensitive faculty to the sensible ~object 80 1, 75 | that of the intellectual faculty to the ~intelligible object, 81 1, 75 | however, the intellectual faculty is not the noblest, ~because 82 1, 75 | intellectuality; as the sensible faculty is common to many degrees 83 1, 76 | neither is the intellectual faculty a power of the body. But 84 1, 76 | essence from which ~the faculty or power is derived. Therefore 85 1, 76 | comparison with the sensitive faculty, from ~which Aristotle proceeds 86 1, 76 | separate, because it is not the faculty of a corporeal ~organ.~Aquin.: 87 1, 41 | The will, as a natural faculty, wills something naturally, ~ 88 1, 45 | cannot be without having the faculty of ~laughing. But, since 89 1, 51 | body, ~nor of any corporeal faculty; for every body is limited 90 1, 52 | i), "that which has the faculty has the ~action." Hence 91 1, 55 | in an angel the power or faculty of ~understanding is not 92 1, 55 | the power or ~operative faculty the same as its essence: 93 1, 55 | Therefore there is a ~sensitive faculty in them as well.~Aquin.: 94 1, 55 | belongs to the ~imaginative faculty. Therefore the power of 95 1, 55 | not by ~likeness of the faculty knowing them. We have experience 96 1, 56 | acts. Now in order that the faculty may be ~perfectly completed 97 1, 56 | all things to which ~the faculty extends to be contained 98 1, 57 | object which is united to a faculty bears the same relation 99 1, 57 | potentially in the knowing faculty; and then there is only ~ 100 1, 57 | it is required that the faculty of knowledge be actuated 101 1, 58 | although it is but one faculty, knows everything apprehended 102 1, 58 | which an angel by his one faculty of knowledge, ~namely, the 103 1, 58 | imagination is a corporeal faculty. Therefore it ~seems that 104 1, 58 | sometimes with the greatest faculty learn man's dispositions, 105 1, 59 | iv, 32): "The spiritual ~faculty of the angelic mind comprehends 106 1, 59 | it is impossible for one faculty to have two operations ~ 107 1, 59 | two operations of the same faculty at the one ~time, one of 108 1, 60 | presented to the ~appetitive faculty on the part of reason and 109 1, 60 | the same way the irascible faculty ~is so denominated from 110 1, 60 | angels the will is a special faculty or power, ~which is neither 111 1, 60 | it. Now it belongs to one faculty to have ~within itself something 112 1, 60 | outside it, and to another faculty to ~tend to what is outside 113 1, 60 | part of their appetitive faculty can there be free-will.~ 114 1, 60 | the act of the appetitive faculty comes of this, that the 115 1, 60 | distinction ~of objects, if to any faculty there respond an object 116 1, 60 | the proper object of any ~faculty were white, as white, then 117 1, 60 | white, as white, then the faculty of seeing white would be ~ 118 1, 60 | distinguished from the faculty of seeing black.~Aquin.: 119 1, 60 | belong to the concupiscible faculty. Similarly, fortitude regulates ~ 120 1, 61 | every act of the appetitive faculty comes of ~love.~Aquin.: 121 1, 61 | The act of the appetitive faculty, on the ~contrary, follows 122 1, 63 | OBJ 3: Further, the same faculty has not two simultaneous 123 1, 63 | two operations of the one faculty at the ~one time, except 124 1, 74 | relation of the sensitive faculty to sensible ~objects is 125 1, 74 | relation of the intellectual faculty to intelligible ~objects. 126 1, 74 | Therefore the sensitive faculty, apart from the body, perceives ~ 127 1, 74 | relation of the sensitive faculty to the sensible ~object 128 1, 74 | that of the intellectual faculty to the ~intelligible object, 129 1, 74 | however, the intellectual faculty is not the noblest, ~because 130 1, 74 | intellectuality; as the sensible faculty is common to many degrees 131 1, 75 | neither is the intellectual faculty a power of the body. But 132 1, 75 | essence from which ~the faculty or power is derived. Therefore 133 1, 75 | comparison with the sensitive faculty, from ~which Aristotle proceeds 134 1, 75 | separate, because it is not the faculty of a corporeal ~organ.~Aquin.: 135 1, 78 | assigns the intellectual faculty as a ~power of the soul ( 136 1, 82 | free-will is defined as "the faculty of the will and ~reason." 137 1, 82 | the will and ~reason." But faculty denominates a facility of 138 1, 82 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Faculty sometimes denominates a 139 1, 82 | operation, ~and in this sense faculty is used in the definition 140 1, 84 | simultaneously. For if the ~faculty knows its own impression 141 1, 84 | impression made on the cognitive faculty. ~Consequently the cognitive 142 1, 84 | Consequently the cognitive faculty will always judge of its 143 1, 84 | sight, forasmuch as the ~faculty of sight receives the likeness 144 1, 84 | perfections of one intellectual faculty: although the things which 145 1, 84 | sin is in the intellectual faculty. But sin involves ~falsehood: 146 1, 84 | this is evident; for ~every faculty, as such, is "per se" directed 147 1, 84 | same. Hence, as long as the faculty ~exists, its judgment concerning 148 1, 84 | for the intellect is a ~faculty that is independent of an 149 1, 85 | intellect is not a corporeal faculty, as we have ~said (Q[76], 150 1, 85 | 3~I answer that, Since a faculty and its object are proportional 151 1, 86 | the object of the knowing faculty. But the act differs ~from 152 1, 87 | separate substance; but a faculty of the soul, extending itself 153 1, 87 | between the object and ~the faculty of knowledge; such as of 154 1, 87 | is the first cause of our faculty of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 155 1, 88 | intellect is an incorruptible ~faculty, as above stated (Q[79], 156 1, 88 | the object, whereto the ~faculty of knowledge is directed 157 1, 92 | of the soul, that is, the faculty of imagination, informed 158 1, 93 | that he had ~received the faculty of speech from God." But 159 1, 93 | ascribed ~to some lower faculty, such as the imagination 160 1, 93 | serpent had received this ~faculty, not as acting in accordance 161 1, 102 | pupils, but gives also the ~faculty of teaching others.~Aquin.: 162 1, 104 | occurs, ~surpassing the faculty of nature, and going so 163 1, 104 | Nor do they surpass the faculty of nature; as when people ~ 164 1, 104 | because it surpasses the ~faculty of nature: likewise a thing 165 1, 104 | is said to be above the faculty of ~nature, not only by 166 1, 107 | First, according to the faculty of ~nature, so that they 167 1, 110 | will, because it also is a faculty using a corporeal ~organ. 168 1, 110 | the act of the cogitative faculty is subject to the ~will; 169 1, 110 | the act of the imaginative faculty, to be changed by ~an angel.~ 170 2, 1 | free-will is defined as "the faculty and will of reason." Therefore 171 2, 1 | free-will, which is the "faculty of will and ~reason." But 172 2, 13 | Further, it is for the same faculty to form a syllogism, and 173 2, 15 | belongs to the apprehensive ~faculty; but by way of similitude, 174 2, 15 | sin, unless that mental faculty ~which has the sovereign 175 2, 17 | speaking, a commanding ~faculty, unless command be taken 176 2, 23 | of vice in the irascible faculty; desire of virtue, in ~the 177 2, 23 | is in the concupiscible faculty, as ~also is love, of which 178 2, 23 | passions of the ~irascible faculty are specifically distinct 179 2, 23 | those of the concupiscible faculty. For since different powers 180 2, 23 | object of the irascible faculty. Therefore whatever passions 181 2, 23 | belong to the irascible faculty; such are daring, fear, 182 2, 23 | 81], A[2], the irascible faculty is ~bestowed on animals, 183 2, 23 | which are in the ~irascible faculty are followed by joy and 184 2, 23 | are in the ~concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 185 2, 23 | of vice to the irascible faculty, ~not by reason of hatred, 186 2, 23 | power is the irascible faculty. Consequently the concupiscible 187 2, 23 | object of the concupiscible faculty, as stated above (A[1]), 188 2, 23 | object of the irascible faculty is sensible good ~or evil, 189 2, 23 | or in the ~concupiscible faculty, as stated above (A[1]). 190 2, 23 | passion of the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 191 2, 23 | movements of the appetitive faculty, good has, as it were, a ~ 192 2, 23 | from ~the concupiscible faculty, which regards good or evil 193 2, 23 | that in the concupiscible faculty there are ~three couples 194 2, 23 | groups in the irascible ~faculty; viz. hope and despair, 195 2, 23 | six in the concupiscible faculty, and five in the ~irascible; 196 2, 25 | object of the irascible faculty is the difficult good, ~ 197 2, 25 | moved. But the ~irascible faculty is compared to the concupiscible, 198 2, 25 | hinder the concupiscible faculty from ~enjoying its object, 199 2, 25 | passions of the irascible faculty. For in the former we find ~ 200 2, 25 | object of the irascible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 201 2, 25 | passions of the irascible faculty with those concupiscible 202 2, 25 | passions of the ~concupiscible faculty: thus hope precedes joy, 203 2, 25 | passion of ~the irascible faculty terminates in a concupiscible 204 2, 25 | passions of the irascible faculty add something to those of ~ 205 2, 25 | those of ~the concupiscible faculty; just as the object of the 206 2, 25 | object of the concupiscible ~faculty. Thus hope adds to desire 207 2, 25 | passions of the irascible faculty stand between those ~concupiscible 208 2, 25 | passions of the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 209 2, 25 | object of the ~concupiscible faculty were something contrary 210 2, 25 | object of the irascible faculty is that which is arduous. 211 2, 25 | object of the concupiscible faculty is good absolutely, it ~ 212 2, 25 | passions. For the concupiscible faculty is so called from concupiscence, ~ 213 2, 25 | object of the concupiscible ~faculty. Now good naturally precedes 214 2, 25 | passions. Because the irascible faculty is denominated from anger. 215 2, 25 | object of the irascible faculty is something ~arduous. Now 216 2, 25 | passions in the irascible ~faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 217 2, 25 | movement of the irascible faculty ~towards something may be 218 2, 25 | passions of the irascible faculty, which imply a movement ~ 219 2, 26 | passions of the concupiscible faculty; (2) the passions of the 220 2, 26 | passions of the irascible ~faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] Out. 221 2, 26 | object of the irascible ~faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] A[ 222 2, 26 | is in the concupiscible faculty; in a ~wider and extended 223 2, 26 | Yet in the intellectual faculty love is the same as ~dilection. 224 2, 27 | power which is a passive faculty. Wherefore its object stands ~ 225 2, 27 | relation to the cognitive faculty: so that "good" ~means that 226 2, 28 | passions of the appetitive faculty are ~superfluous.~Aquin.: 227 2, 29 | hatred in the sensitive faculty ~can regard something universally: 228 2, 30 | and in the concupiscible ~faculty, which takes its name from 229 2, 30 | passion ~of the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] A[ 230 2, 30 | passion in the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] A[ 231 2, 30 | passion of the concupiscible faculty there is a ~specific contrary 232 2, 30 | contrary passion in that faculty, as stated above (Q[23], 233 2, 30 | passion of the concupiscible faculty is contrary to ~concupiscence. 234 2, 30 | passion of the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] A[ 235 2, 30 | passions of the concupiscible faculty. Hence it is ~distinguished 236 2, 30 | object of the concupiscible faculty. ~Hence the various concupiscible 237 2, 30 | present, it causes the faculty to find rest in it; whereas, 238 2, 30 | is absent, it causes the faculty to be moved towards it. 239 2, 30 | when absent, it draws the faculty to itself; and it causes ~ 240 2, 30 | when present, it makes the faculty to find rest in ~itself. 241 2, 30 | pertaining to the ~intellectual faculty; but also particular reason 242 2, 30 | pertaining to the ~sensitive faculty, as stated in the FP, Q[ 243 2, 31 | movement of the appetitive faculty does not cease, ~since, 244 2, 31 | Likewise ~the intellectual faculty is much more noble and more 245 2, 31 | knowing than the ~sensitive faculty. Also the conjunction is 246 2, 31 | realized in the sensitive faculty ~which is governed by reason: 247 2, 32 | but also in respect of the faculty or power of obtaining ~the 248 2, 32 | threefold principle. One is the faculty of doing good: and in this ~ 249 2, 32 | surpasses his knowledge or faculty of understanding. Consequently 250 2, 33 | pleasure is in the appetitive ~faculty, while the use of reason 251 2, 33 | act of the concupiscible faculty, which act is intensified ~ 252 2, 35 | belongs to the appetitive ~faculty. But pain does not belong 253 2, 35 | movement of the appetitive faculty is from within: since it 254 2, 35 | movement of the sensitive ~faculty is from without, as it were 255 2, 37 | taking away, increases ~the faculty of learning.~Aquin.: SMT 256 2, 38 | ailing of the appetitive faculty. ~Therefore just as all 257 2, 40 | apprehensive, or in the appetitive faculty?~(3) Whether hope is in 258 2, 40 | belongs to the irascible faculty. ~Fourthly, that this difficult 259 2, 40 | passions of the concupiscible ~faculty, as stated above (Q[25], 260 2, 40 | passion. But the irascible faculty ~is in dumb animals. Therefore 261 2, 40 | experience man acquires the ~faculty of doing something easily, 262 2, 41 | movements of the appetitive faculty are principles of ~external 263 2, 41 | are in the concupiscible faculty, as stated ~above (Q[23], 264 2, 41 | passions of ~the concupiscible faculty, and terminate therein, 265 2, 41 | operation of the apprehensive ~faculty: thus to have an upward 266 2, 41 | accomplished ~by the apprehensive faculty alone: since, as stated 267 2, 41 | things may surpass ~man's faculty of resistance in three ways. 268 2, 41 | deed, and surpassing the faculty of the doer, for ~which 269 2, 42 | being in the concupiscible faculty, regards evil absolutely; 270 2, 44 | considered in itself, hinders the faculty of giving good counsel.~ 271 2, 45 | apprehension of the sensitive faculty. But the sensitive ~faculty 272 2, 45 | faculty. But the sensitive ~faculty cannot make comparisons, 273 2, 46 | is in the concupiscible faculty?~(4) Whether anger is accompanied 274 2, 46 | is in the concupiscible faculty?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 275 2, 46 | is in the concupiscible faculty. For ~Cicero says (De Quaest. 276 2, 46 | is in the concupiscible faculty. Therefore anger is too.~ 277 2, 46 | is in the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 278 2, 46 | are in the concupiscible faculty. Therefore anger ~is a concupiscible 279 2, 46 | distinct from the irascible ~faculty. If, therefore, anger were 280 2, 46 | passions of the concupiscible faculty, in ~that the objects of 281 2, 46 | concupiscible, but in the irascible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 282 2, 46 | reason, but of the ~sensitive faculty. Therefore anger does not 283 2, 51 | specific nature, as the faculty of laughing is natural to ~ 284 2, 56 | habits of the intellective faculty, as we have said above ( 285 2, 57 | the practical or active faculty which is contrasted with 286 2, 57 | contrasted with the speculative ~faculty, is concerned with exterior 287 2, 57 | belongs to the appetitive faculty. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] 288 2, 57 | the ~essentially rational faculty. Now even the speculative 289 2, 57 | not on man's ~appetitive faculty being affected in this or 290 2, 57 | not how his ~appetitive faculty may be affected, whether 291 2, 58 | that are in the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[58] A[ 292 2, 58 | an act of the ~appetitive faculty (Q[13], A[1]). Wherefore 293 2, 58 | perfects the appetitive faculty: although the acts of other 294 2, 58 | which are in the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[58] A[ 295 2, 58 | Because the appetitive faculty ~obeys the reason, not blindly, 296 2, 58 | commands the ~appetitive faculty by a politic power," whereby 297 2, 58 | passions of the appetitive faculty cause the use of reason 298 2, 58 | perfections of the ~rational faculty, and withstand the passions 299 2, 58 | Hence ~if the sensitive faculty, which is moved by the rational 300 2, 58 | is moved by the rational faculty, is not ~perfect; however 301 2, 58 | however perfect the rational faculty may be, the resulting ~action 302 2, 58 | inclines the appetitive ~faculty to the good that is in accord 303 2, 58 | perfection of the ~appetitive faculty; and can be without it.~ 304 2, 59 | of the moral virtues is a faculty which is ~rational by participation, 305 2, 60 | habits of the appetitive faculty. Now habits differ specifically ~ 306 2, 60 | others to the ~concupiscible faculty, as stated above (Q[23], 307 2, 60 | passions of the concupiscible faculty do not require different 308 2, 60 | concern the ~concupiscible faculty, or as being difficult to 309 2, 61 | virtue not only confers the ~faculty of doing well, but also 310 2, 61 | because ~it merely confers the faculty of doing well without causing 311 2, 61 | Justice," the concupiscible faculty, ~subject of "Temperance," 312 2, 61 | Temperance," and the irascible faculty, subject of ~"Fortitude."~ 313 2, 65 | is that which gives the faculty of doing a perfectly good 314 2, 68 | free-will according ~as it is a faculty of the reason, while the 315 2, 68 | virtues perfect it as a ~faculty of the will: since they 316 2, 68 | instrument which has ~no faculty of action, but only of being 317 2, 77 | the free will, ~which is a faculty of the will and reason; 318 2, 82 | act of the concupiscible faculty which is a natural power. ~ 319 2, 83 | accrues to the concupiscible faculty, and partaking ~of food 320 2, 83 | power, the concupiscible faculty and ~the sense of touch.~ 321 2, 83 | object of the concupiscible faculty. Consequently, ~while all 322 2, 91 | proportionate to his natural ~faculty, there would be no need 323 2, 91 | inproportionate to man's natural faculty, as stated above (Q[5], ~ 324 2, 94 | inclination of the concupiscible faculty belong to ~the natural law.~ 325 2, 96 | country." Now possibility or faculty of ~action is due to an 326 2, 100 | disorder of the ~concupiscible faculty, so does it arise through 327 2, 100 | disorders of the irascible faculty. Therefore it ~seems that 328 2, 100 | passions of the ~irascible faculty arise from the passions 329 2, 112 | which perfect the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] A[ 330 2, 1 | which perfect the appetitive faculty, do not entirely exclude 331 2, 2 | belongs to the sensitive faculty, as stated in the FP, Q[ 332 2, 2 | understanding I mean now the ~faculty whereby we understand when 333 2, 2 | belongs to the intellectual ~faculty, or about particular matters, 334 2, 4 | temperance in the concupiscible faculty, in order ~that the act 335 2, 4 | order ~that the act of that faculty be perfect. Now, to believe 336 2, 4 | even as the concupiscible faculty needs to be well disposed 337 2, 4 | act of the ~concupiscible faculty, even as the act of faith 338 2, 8 | pertaining to the appetitive faculty, is because, as already ~ 339 2, 9 | Ghost surpass the natural faculty. But knowledge implies an 340 2, 11 | Did. iii, 5), for this faculty has ~a certain connection 341 2, 17 | belong to the cognitive faculty, it follows that it is ~ 342 2, 17 | movement of the appetitive faculty, ~since its object is a 343 2, 17 | which is in the ~cognitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 344 2, 18 | seated in the appetitive faculty, while wisdom is ~in the 345 2, 23 | that which ~surpasses the faculty of nature, cannot be natural 346 2, 25 | belongs to reason as the faculty that orders, and to ~the 347 2, 25 | appetitive power as to the faculty which is ordered. It is 348 2, 39 | not in ~the concupiscible faculty. Therefore strife is a daughter, 349 2, 39 | those of the concupiscible faculty, so that whatever ~is the 350 2, 45 | cognitive or in the appetitive faculty?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 351 2, 45 | cognitive but in the ~appetitive faculty. For Augustine says (De 352 2, 45 | cognitive, but in the appetitive faculty. ~Therefore prudence is 353 2, 45 | prudence is in the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 354 2, 45 | an act of the appetitive ~faculty, as stated above (FS, Q[ 355 2, 45 | cognitive but in the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 356 2, 45 | there, are in the appetitive faculty, whereas art is ~in the 357 2, 45 | rather than in the ~rational faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 358 2, 45 | appetitive but to the ~cognitive faculty. Wherefore it is manifest 359 2, 45 | and not to the sensitive faculty, because by ~the latter 360 2, 45 | first act of the appetitive faculty is ~love, as stated above ( 361 2, 45 | belong to the ~rational faculty which directly regards the 362 2, 47 | evil belong to the same ~faculty, just as the same art gives 363 2, 48 | only with the concupiscible faculty, whereby they are moved ~ 364 2, 49 | common law) is nothing but "a faculty of judging." But ~judgment 365 2, 50 | free-will which is the "faculty ~of will and reason" [*Sent. 366 2, 56 | subject of moral virtue is the faculty which is "rational by ~participation," 367 2, 56 | the entire "appetitive" faculty, as ~stated in Ethic. i, 368 2, 56 | contained in the appetitive faculty, wherefore it can be the ~ 369 2, 56 | persons, because virtue is a faculty of doing good to ~others. 370 2, 58 | belong to the cognitive faculty. ~Now the cognitive faculty 371 2, 58 | faculty. ~Now the cognitive faculty is perfected by prudence. 372 2, 67 | that the law refuses us the faculty of appealing from the decision 373 2, 80 | species of acts of either faculty, as ~enumerated above (FP, 374 2, 86 | act of the reason to which faculty it belongs to direct. For 375 2, 93 | free-will, which is the faculty of will ~and reason, escape 376 2, 94 | condemned by the medical faculty, consisting either of incantations 377 2, 100 | him, ~according to one's faculty, for the benefits we received 378 2, 121 | virtue of the ~irascible faculty that is not easily deterred 379 2, 123 | fear is in the irascible faculty which is a part of the ~ 380 2, 126 | object of the irascible faculty, that is perfected chiefly 381 2, 127 | magnanimity is ~in the irascible faculty, as its very name shows, 382 2, 127 | regard the ~concupiscible faculty, but in so far as the aspect 383 2, 132 | passions of the concupiscible ~faculty, and do not hinder the liberal 384 2, 134 | is in the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] A[ 385 2, 143 | beautiful regards rather the faculty of vision to which it ~is 386 2, 159 | rule is in the ~cognitive faculty, in that we should not deem 387 2, 160 | of pride is the irascible faculty?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 388 2, 160 | pride is not the irascible ~faculty. For Gregory says (Moral. 389 2, 160 | irascible but to the rational ~faculty. Therefore pride is not 390 2, 160 | irascible but to the rational faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 391 2, 160 | some way to the irascible faculty. Now the irascible may ~ 392 2, 160 | pride is in the rational faculty, but that one of its causes 393 2, 169 | belong to the appetitive faculty, as stated above (FS, Q[ 394 2, 171 | something that surpasses the faculty of nature. Now man can by 395 2, 171 | which ~surpasses the natural faculty in both these respects, 396 2, 172 | by God and surpassing the faculty of man. Wherefore, according 397 2, 172 | truth that ~surpasses the faculty of man. Wherefore the more 398 2, 173 | infinitely surpasses the faculty of man in order to ~attain 399 2, 173 | to nature, but above the ~faculty of nature that man's mind 400 2, 173 | belongs ~to the sensitive faculty according to the Philosopher ( 401 2, 173 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A faculty of the soul is not uplifted 402 2, 175 | that which surpasses the faculty of nature. But ~natural 403 2, 176 | something surpassing the faculty of nature, and in this ~ 404 2, 182 | lover, so that the affective faculty always actually tends to 405 3, 15 | the Divine ~power, "every faculty was allowed to do what was 406 3, 34 | Further, the free-will is "a faculty of the will and reason," 407 3, 45 | excellence the sense and faculty of all ~mortal beings; according 408 3, 46 | be borne in mind that a faculty of the soul can ~suffer 409 3, 46 | object. In another way a faculty suffers by ~a passion in 410 3, 46 | suffer according as any faculty is said to be affected as 411 3, 46 | Although the intellect as a faculty is not the act of the ~body, 412 3, 46 | in it the ~intellective faculty is rooted, as was shown 413 3, 46 | soul) ~by reason of the faculty in which it is subjected.~ 414 3, 46 | takes place naturally of one faculty of the soul into ~another; 415 3, 62 | children received the ~faculty of obtaining glory, which 416 3, 72 | called the ~"cogitative faculty"), is more noble than the 417 3, 85 | is in the ~concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[85] A[ 418 3, 85 | to regard the irascible faculty, since ~anger is the desire 419 Suppl, 3 | disposition of the lower faculty to the ~reception of impressions 420 Suppl, 3 | impressions from the higher faculty, and not on the ~greatness 421 Suppl, 42| wherever God gives the ~faculty to do a thing, He gives 422 Suppl, 42| make becoming use of that faculty; thus it is clear that to 423 Suppl, 42| Divine institution ~the faculty to use his wife for the 424 Suppl, 42| marriage which gives the faculty ~for that intercourse, it 425 Suppl, 70| pertains to the intellective ~faculty, in so far namely as it 426 Suppl, 72| proper to them, but also the faculty of causing goodness in others. 427 Suppl, 92| other to the ~affective faculty. But comprehension, or fruition 428 Appen1, 1| it surpasses the entire faculty of nature, ~nor could they


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