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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | matter, but either wholly separated from matter, as is the angelic ~ 2 1, 12 | human being, ~except he be separated from this mortal life. The 3 1, 14 | cognitive, because it is more separated from ~matter and unmixed, 4 1, 14 | attributed to God, it must be separated in its ~signification from 5 1, 14 | things we ~understand as separated, we must reduce to one by 6 1, 29 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the separated soul is an individual substance 7 1, 30 | them, ~spiration, is not separated from the person of the Father 8 1, 43 | Further, what is sent is separated from the sender; hence Jerome ~ 9 1, 43 | hence it is necessarily ~separated locally from the sender. 10 1, 43 | grace, nor is one ~person separated from the other.~Aquin.: 11 1, 46 | souls - viz. that ~souls separated from their bodies return 12 1, 50 | except by its form being separated from the matter. Hence, ~ 13 1, 50 | considered in itself can never be separated from it; ~but what belongs 14 1, 50 | something else, ~can be separated, when that something else 15 1, 50 | actually ~when the form is separated from the matter. But if 16 1, 51 | bodies; but some are quite separated from bodies, and these we 17 1, 54 | thing, namely, that the ~separated substances are divided into 18 1, 62 | the saints. ~Now the soul separated from the body, if it has 19 1, 63 | in their second they were separated. Consequently they ~were 20 1, 64 | themselves; which is to know separated ~substances. But this is 21 1, 64 | happiness the knowledge of the separated ~substances. Therefore the 22 1, 64 | 33), the good angels are ~separated from them as light is from 23 1, 64 | to something higher. ~The separated substances are above us 24 1, 64 | of a kind by knowing the separated substances, ~although his 25 1, 64 | happiness consist in knowing separated substances.~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 64 | the darkness, which God separated from the light, "He called ~ 27 1, 67 | Nom. ii) are ~united and separated, which seems impossible 28 1, 70 | second ~day the waters were separated; and on the third day, the 29 1, 74 | of ~their production are separated or united according as the 30 1, 75 | corrupted ~so far as the form is separated from it. But it is impossible 31 1, 75 | impossible for a form ~to be separated from itself; and therefore 32 1, 75 | similar to other ~substances separated from bodies, as will appear 33 1, 76 | its proper existence when separated from ~the body, having an 34 1, 76 | breathing ceases, the soul is separated from the body. Therefore 35 1, 76 | from which it is never ~separated, and by means of which it 36 1, 77 | remain in the soul when separated from the body?~Aquin.: SMT 37 1, 77 | soul remain in the soul ~separated from the body. For we read 38 1, 77 | they belong; and are never ~separated from it. Therefore the powers 39 1, 77 | corrupted, but remain in the separated soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 40 1, 77 | But memory remains in the ~separated soul; for it was said to 41 1, 77 | Therefore memory remains in the separated soul; and ~consequently 42 1, 43 | Further, what is sent is separated from the sender; hence Jerome ~ 43 1, 43 | hence it is necessarily ~separated locally from the sender. 44 1, 43 | grace, nor is one ~person separated from the other.~Aquin.: 45 1, 47 | souls - viz. that souls separated from their bodies return 46 1, 51 | except by its form being separated from the matter. Hence, ~ 47 1, 51 | considered in itself can never be separated from it; ~but what belongs 48 1, 51 | something else, ~can be separated, when that something else 49 1, 51 | actually ~when the form is separated from the matter. But if 50 1, 52 | bodies; but some are quite separated from bodies, and these we 51 1, 55 | thing, namely, that the ~separated substances are divided into 52 1, 63 | the saints. ~Now the soul separated from the body, if it has 53 1, 64 | in their second they were separated. Consequently they ~were 54 1, 65 | themselves; which is to know separated ~substances. But this is 55 1, 65 | happiness the knowledge of the separated ~substances. Therefore the 56 1, 65 | 33), the good angels are ~separated from them as light is from 57 1, 65 | to something higher. ~The separated substances are above us 58 1, 65 | of a kind by knowing the separated substances, ~although his 59 1, 65 | happiness consist in knowing separated substances.~Aquin.: SMT 60 1, 65 | the darkness, which God separated from the light, "He called ~ 61 1, 68 | Nom. ii) are ~united and separated, which seems impossible 62 1, 71 | second ~day the waters were separated; and on the third day, the 63 1, 73 | of ~their production are separated or united according as the 64 1, 74 | corrupted ~so far as the form is separated from it. But it is impossible 65 1, 74 | impossible for a form ~to be separated from itself; and therefore 66 1, 74 | similar to other ~substances separated from bodies, as will appear 67 1, 75 | its proper existence when separated from ~the body, having an 68 1, 75 | breathing ceases, the soul is separated from the body. Therefore 69 1, 75 | from which it is never ~separated, and by means of which it 70 1, 76 | remain in the soul when separated from the body?~Aquin.: SMT 71 1, 76 | soul remain in the soul ~separated from the body. For we read 72 1, 76 | they belong; and are never ~separated from it. Therefore the powers 73 1, 76 | corrupted, but remain in the separated soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 74 1, 76 | But memory remains in the ~separated soul; for it was said to 75 1, 76 | Therefore memory remains in the separated soul; and ~consequently 76 1, 83 | how it understands when separated therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT FP 77 1, 88 | OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE SEPARATED SOUL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We 78 1, 88 | consider the knowledge of the separated soul. Under this ~head there 79 1, 88 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the soul separated from the body can understand?~( 80 1, 88 | local distance impedes the separated soul's knowledge?~(8) Whether 81 1, 88 | knowledge?~(8) Whether souls separated from the body know what 82 1, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the separated soul can understand anything?~ 83 1, 88 | would seem that the soul separated from the body can ~understand 84 1, 88 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the separated soul can understand, this 85 1, 88 | operation, it could not be separated from the body." But the ~ 86 1, 88 | body." But the ~soul is separated from the body; therefore 87 1, 88 | organs; but when it is ~separated from the body, it has a 88 1, 88 | joined to the body; but to be separated ~from the body is not in 89 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The separated soul does not understand 90 1, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the separated soul understands separate 91 1, 88 | It would seem that the separated soul does not understand ~ 92 1, 88 | than a ~soul. Therefore the separated soul cannot at all understand 93 1, 88 | substances. If, therefore, the ~separated soul can understand separate 94 1, 88 | from the body know other separated souls; ~as we see in the 95 1, 88 | Abraham (Lk. 16:23). Therefore separated souls see the devils and 96 1, 88 | the knowledge which the separated ~soul has of itself, we 97 1, 88 | When, however, it is ~separated from the body, it understands 98 1, 88 | mode of ~existence of a separated soul is inferior to that 99 1, 88 | the ~same as that of other separated souls. Therefore the soul 100 1, 88 | perfect knowledge of other separated souls, but it has an ~imperfect 101 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The separated soul is, indeed, less perfect 102 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The separated soul understands the angels 103 1, 88 | ultimate happiness. But the ~separated soul does not understand 104 1, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the separated soul knows all natural things?~ 105 1, 88 | It would seem that the separated soul knows all natural things. ~ 106 1, 88 | substances. ~Therefore, as separated souls know separate substances, 107 1, 88 | lesser intelligible. But the separated ~soul understands immaterial 108 1, 88 | natural knowledge than the ~separated soul; yet they do not know 109 1, 88 | Therefore neither can the separated soul know all natural things.~ 110 1, 88 | stated above (A[1]), the separated soul, like the ~angels, 111 1, 88 | confused kind of knowledge. Separated souls, therefore, have ~ 112 1, 88 | Hence it follows that separated ~souls know all natural 113 1, 88 | Reply OBJ 2: As the soul separated from the body does not perfectly ~ 114 1, 88 | angels, nor demons, nor separated souls, know except so far 115 1, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the separated soul knows singulars?~Aquin.: 116 1, 88 | It would seem that the separated soul does not know singulars. ~ 117 1, 88 | intellect remains in the separated ~soul, as is clear from 118 1, 88 | A[1]). ~Therefore the separated soul cannot know singulars.~ 119 1, 88 | of the universal. But the separated soul has no determinate ~ 120 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Separated souls know some singulars, 121 1, 88 | however, between ~angels and separated souls in the fact that through 122 1, 88 | knowledge of things; whereas separated ~have only a confused knowledge. 123 1, 88 | those species; ~whereas separated souls by these species know 124 1, 88 | abstraction; neither does the separated soul know it thus; but as ~ 125 1, 88 | 2: The knowledge of the separated soul is confined to those ~ 126 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The separated soul has not the same relation 127 1, 88 | acquired remains in the separated ~soul?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 128 1, 88 | does not remain in the soul separated from the body: for the Apostle ~ 129 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, separated souls will possess knowledge 130 1, 88 | acquired ~remained in the separated soul, it would follow that 131 1, 88 | does not remain in ~the separated soul, as regards what belongs 132 1, 88 | these have no place in the separated soul. Therefore we must 133 1, 88 | intellect, remains in ~the separated soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] 134 1, 88 | acquired here remains in the separated soul?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] 135 1, 88 | does not ~remain in the separated soul. For the Philosopher 136 1, 88 | of memory. Therefore ~the separated soul cannot retain an act 137 1, 88 | have greater power in the ~separated soul than they have in the 138 1, 88 | 84], A[7]). Therefore the separated soul ~cannot do so, and 139 1, 88 | are not adapted to the separated soul. Therefore the soul 140 1, 88 | intelligible species remain in the separated ~soul, as stated above ( 141 1, 88 | and since the state of the separated soul ~is not the same as 142 1, 88 | acquired remains in the ~separated soul, but in a different 143 1, 88 | impedes the knowledge in the separated soul?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] 144 1, 88 | local distance impedes the separated soul's ~knowledge. For Augustine 145 1, 88 | impedes the ~knowledge in the separated soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] 146 1, 88 | to the knowledge of the separated soul, whose nature is ~inferior 147 1, 88 | impedes knowledge in the separated soul, for ~the soul is ignorant 148 1, 88 | impede knowledge in the separated soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] 149 1, 88 | Some have held that the separated soul knows the singular ~ 150 1, 88 | body. But the soul when separated understands ~singulars by 151 1, 88 | Hence knowledge in the separated soul is not ~hindered by 152 1, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether separated souls know that takes place 153 1, 88 | OBJ 1: It would seem that separated souls know what takes place 154 1, 88 | of ~torments." Therefore separated souls know what passes on 155 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, separated souls know what happens 156 1, 88 | laid down (A[4]), since the separated soul has knowledge of ~singulars, 157 1, 118 | semen is not something ~separated from what was before the 158 2, 4 | part is imperfect while separated from its ~whole. Therefore 159 2, 4 | perfect being, while it is separated from the body, just as ~ 160 2, 4 | Happiness cannot be in the soul ~separated from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 161 2, 4 | this cannot be said of the separated soul; for it yet desires 162 2, 4 | soul is not happy while separated from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 163 2, 4 | not possible to the soul separated from the body; ~and have 164 2, 4 | the souls of saints, when separated from their bodies, ~do not 165 2, 4 | the souls of the saints, separated from their ~bodies, are 166 2, 4 | the souls of the ~saints, separated from their bodies, "walk 167 2, 4 | to the ~souls of the dead separated from their bodies," answers " 168 2, 4 | therefore, that after being separated from the body it has perfect 169 2, 4 | OBJ 5: The desire of the separated soul is entirely at rest, 170 2, 4 | ever will have, whereas the separated ~souls of the saints have 171 2, 4 | the soul to be entirely separated from the body. Hence ~Augustine ( 172 2, 4 | will be either in the soul separated from ~the body, or in the 173 2, 17 | the commanded act can be ~separated from one another shows that 174 2, 17 | the parts of a man can be separated from one another, and yet 175 2, 39 | be worse to be altogether separated from that ~which is truly 176 2, 67 | the FP, Q[89], A[1] the separated soul has a ~mode of understanding, 177 2, 67 | an act of fear lest we be separated from God, and as regards 178 2, 87 | since it was through being separated from Him that ~it suffered 179 2, 102 | Hence the Holy Place was separated from the Holy of Holies 180 2, 102 | they are commanded to be separated from other ~men, as being 181 2, 102 | these animals would not be separated from the body: ~or because 182 2, 103 | Antioch, Peter "withdrew and separated himself" from the ~Gentiles. 183 2, 113 | sin whereby the soul is separated from God.~Aquin.: SMT FS 184 2, 7 | whereby one dreads to be separated ~from God, or whereby one 185 2, 7 | submit to God, or ~to be separated from Him, and that sinners 186 2, 10 | Now man is more than ever ~separated from God by unbelief, because 187 2, 11 | they deserve not only to be separated from ~the Church by excommunication, 188 2, 18 | can come to us, if we be separated ~from Him: and in this way 189 2, 18 | Him, so does he fear to be separated from God and to be punished 190 2, 18 | wherefrom it shrinks to be separated by ~guilt. Consequently 191 2, 18 | offend his father or to be separated from ~him; the other is 192 2, 18 | to offend him and to be separated from him.~Aquin.: SMT SS 193 2, 18 | fears to offend him or to be separated from him.~Aquin.: SMT SS 194 2, 37 | Donat. ~vi, 5]): "One who is separated can confer a sacrament even 195 2, 37 | Therefore schismatics who are separated from the Church, have a 196 2, 37 | Catholic rite, ~but have separated themselves by schism from 197 2, 37 | the Church ~those who are separated from her. Indeed this very 198 2, 49 | inasmuch as these are sometimes separated from one another. Consequently ~{ 199 2, 81 | us, so long as they are separated from their ~bodies, we ought 200 2, 85 | of tithes, which I have separated for ~their uses and necessities." 201 2, 106 | then if the guilty can be separated from the ~innocent, vengeance 202 2, 142 | 143]). Now a part is not separated from its whole. Since then ~ 203 2, 173 | state, his soul was wholly separated from his ~body?~(6) What 204 2, 173 | Paul's soul was wholly separated from his ~body?~Aquin.: 205 2, 173 | Paul's soul was wholly ~separated from his body. For the Apostle 206 2, 173 | the ~essence of the soul separated from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 207 2, 173 | for the soul to be wholly separated from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 208 2, 173 | in rapture, to be wholly separated from his body.~Aquin.: SMT 209 2, 173 | in rapture should be so separated from ~the body as to cease 210 2, 173 | know whether his soul were separated from his body?~Aquin.: SMT 211 2, 173 | ignorant whether his soul were ~separated from his body. For he says ( 212 2, 173 | knew that his soul was not separated from his body by death, 213 2, 173 | known that his soul ~was not separated from his body, since a corporeal 214 2, 173 | ignorant whether his soul were separated from his body.~Aquin.: SMT 215 2, 173 | know ~whether their soul is separated from their body. Therefore 216 2, 173 | his body, unless it ~were separated from his body. Consequently 217 2, 173 | his body as its form, or separated from it by death. ~Some, 218 2, 173 | ignored ~whether his soul were separated from his body. Wherefore 219 2, 173 | without his soul ~being separated from his body.~Aquin.: SMT 220 2, 179 | intelligible ~things, which are separated from sensible objects with 221 2, 186 | are not ~considered to be separated from the fellowship of monks": 222 2, 186 | are not considered to be separated from the fellowship of ~ 223 2, 186 | three cannot be altogether separated from ~riches whether great 224 3, 2 | Theodore of Mopsuestia, who separated the persons. For they held 225 3, 4 | assumed ~human nature as it is separated from individuals.~Aquin.: 226 3, 4 | But human nature as it is separated or abstracted from individuals 227 3, 4 | assume human nature, as it is separated from individuals.~Aquin.: 228 3, 4 | attributed to the nature ~separated from the individuals, but 229 3, 4 | such a high priest . . . ~separated from sinners." But He would 230 3, 4 | have been still further separated ~from sinners had He not 231 3, 4 | OBJ 1: Christ ought to be separated from sinners as regards 232 3, 4 | to take ~away sins to be separated from sinners as regards 233 3, 4 | Christ ought especially to be separated from sinners ~as regards 234 3, 5 | of God to be ~altogether separated from bodies. Therefore it 235 3, 6 | But though the soul was separated from the body by death, ~ 236 3, 6 | likewise, when the soul was separated, the union of the ~Word 237 3, 7 | fear we fear either to be separated from ~God, which pertains 238 3, 7 | Christ did not fear being separated from God by sin, nor being 239 3, 7 | who are moved by God ~as separated and not united instruments, 240 3, 10 | for the definition to be separated from the ~thing defined, 241 3, 11 | state of ~this life the separated soul will be able, in a 242 3, 11 | substances in the same way that a separated ~soul could.~Aquin.: SMT 243 3, 26 | by taking away sin, which separated us from God. ~But to take 244 3, 46 | The pain of a suffering, separated soul belongs to the ~state 245 3, 46 | between His and the pain of a separated soul. But Adam's body ~could 246 3, 50 | Whether His Godhead was separated from His soul?~(4) Whether 247 3, 50 | Whether the Godhead was separated from the flesh when Christ 248 3, 50 | seem that the Godhead was separated from the flesh when ~Christ 249 3, 50 | Christ died, the Godhead was separated from His flesh.~Aquin.: 250 3, 50 | consequence, His Godhead was also ~separated from it.~Aquin.: SMT TP 251 3, 50 | Christ's Godhead was ~not separated from the flesh when He died.~ 252 3, 50 | after the soul has been ~separated from it - namely, inasmuch 253 3, 50 | entire man was at one time separated from the Word of God: and 254 3, 50 | death the soul of Christ was separated from the ~Word of God.~Aquin.: 255 3, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the separated soul and body are not one 256 3, 50 | man, and His holy soul was separated from His spotless body, ~ 257 3, 50 | the Word of God was not separated from the body at Christ' 258 3, 50 | death, much less was He separated from the soul. Accordingly, 259 3, 50 | because His soul when separated from the ~body did go down 260 3, 50 | Christ's death ~the soul was separated from the flesh: not one 261 3, 50 | God after death ~was not separated from His intellectual soul. 262 3, 50 | body, whether united or separated: and that this is ~likewise 263 3, 50 | because in death the ~body is separated from the soul, which is 264 3, 50 | as ~the Godhead was not separated from Christ's flesh by death; 265 3, 52 | Christ's death His soul was separated from His body, ~and this 266 3, 52 | parts of human nature, were ~separated at His death, as stated 267 3, 52 | although ~the soul was separated from the body, yet neither 268 3, 52 | the body, yet neither was separated from the ~Person of the 269 3, 53 | Christ's Godhead was not separated from His soul, nor from 270 3, 54 | its formal perfection was separated from it. Hence, in ~order 271 3, 59 | manifest ~that the souls separated from bodies are in eternal 272 3, 59 | of the body, once it is ~separated from the body it enters 273 3, 64 | to lend its power to the separated instrument; as the ~hand 274 3, 64 | lifeless instrument, and separated from him as to bodily ~union, 275 3, 64 | the true faith seem to be separated ~from the Church by excommunication: 276 3, 64 | the Church: since he is separated from the Church, ~to whose 277 3, 72 | that they can nowise be separated save by death intervening, 278 3, 74 | in which the blood was ~separated from the body. And therefore 279 3, 75 | remain either in matter, or separated from matter. The first ~ 280 3, 75 | intelligence; for all forms separated from matter are such.~Aquin.: 281 3, 76 | hand, His soul was truly separated from His body, as stated ~ 282 3, 76 | now Christ's blood is not ~separated from His body, as it was 283 3, 76 | in which the blood was separated from the body; hence ~in 284 3, 76 | parts of the body were not separated from one another, as the 285 3, 76 | quantity of any body ~cannot be separated from the existence of its 286 3, 77 | and in this way immaterial separated forms, subsisting of ~themselves, 287 3, 77 | by corruption the form is separated from the matter. But if ~ 288 3, 78 | Passion that the blood was separated from ~the body.~Aquin.: 289 3, 81 | from whose company Judas separated himself: and it was ~not 290 3, 81 | of Christ, His blood was separated from the ~body. But His 291 3, 81 | His blood is not really ~separated from His body; by real concomitance, 292 3, 81 | when His blood was really separated from His body, if this ~ 293 3, 81 | when His soul ~was really separated from His body, Christ's 294 3, 82 | improperly if afterwards they be ~separated from the Church by heresy, 295 3, 82 | such ~as are ordained while separated from the Church, have neither 296 3, 82 | order, such persons as are separated ~from the Church by heresy, 297 Suppl, 8 | that, By venial sin man is separated neither from God nor from ~ 298 Suppl, 16| angels, applies equally to separated ~souls, as Damascene says ( 299 Suppl, 16| there can be penance ~in separated souls, as some say, as in 300 Suppl, 21| whereby a man ~is already separated from charity, even without 301 Suppl, 23| heathen or a Jew is ~more separated from the Church than a person 302 Suppl, 38| Further, a priest that is separated from the Church can ~consecrate, 303 Suppl, 51| maintain that they ought to be separated then. ~Therefore their previous 304 Suppl, 54| degree, because each is separated from the common stock by 305 Suppl, 54| consanguinity, since both are separated by one ~degree from the 306 Suppl, 55| knowledge they ~ought not to be separated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 307 Suppl, 55| marry two sisters, if one be separated on account of consanguinity, 308 Suppl, 55| the ~other ought to be separated for the same reason. and 309 Suppl, 55| proved, the parties should be separated even though they have actually ~ 310 Suppl, 58| incurable, they must be separated."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 311 Suppl, 58| that they ought to be separated: which is not true.~Aquin.: 312 Suppl, 62| Church that they ought to be separated. Therefore they cannot ~ 313 Suppl, 62| not bound, since they are separated by the Church. ~Therefore, 314 Suppl, 64| have done so "ought to be ~separated." Nor does he say this on 315 Suppl, 69| death; (2) the quality ~of separated souls, and the punishment 316 Suppl, 69| conveyed locally." Now the soul separated from the body is ~without 317 Suppl, 69| than with any other. Now separated souls, like certain other ~ 318 Suppl, 69| nothing is assigned to separated souls after death, ~except 319 Suppl, 69| Since then angels even as separated souls are ~incorporeal, 320 Suppl, 69| be assigned to ~receive separated souls.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 321 Suppl, 69| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The separated soul receives nothing directly 322 Suppl, 69| the natural course, the separated souls consigned to their 323 Suppl, 69| disposition of Divine providence ~separated souls sometimes come forth 324 Suppl, 69| because when they ~are separated from the flesh, they are 325 Suppl, 69| meriting, while the soul separated from the body is in the 326 Suppl, 69| 1~Reply OBJ 8: Although separated souls are sometimes punished 327 Suppl, 69| assigned to ~the holy souls separated from their bodies and united 328 Suppl, 70| sensitive powers remain in the separated soul?~(2) Whether the acts 329 Suppl, 70| the soul? ~(3) Whether the separated soul can suffer from a material 330 Suppl, 70| sensitive powers remain in the separated soul? [*Cf. FP, ~Q[77], 331 Suppl, 70| sensitive powers remain in the separated soul.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] 332 Suppl, 70| soul, which lives though separated from the ~body, and clings 333 Suppl, 70| retains its senses after being separated from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 334 Suppl, 70| thing essentially cannot be separated from it, nor is a subject 335 Suppl, 70| of its powers after being separated from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 336 Suppl, 70| with it. ~Therefore the separated soul does not lose them.~ 337 Suppl, 70| it is impossible for the separated soul to lose its sensitive ~ 338 Suppl, 70| that the whole soul is not separated ~from the body, but only 339 Suppl, 70| 2): "This alone is ever separated, as the everlasting from 340 Suppl, 70| powers do not remain ~in the separated soul.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] 341 Suppl, 70| body, hold that the soul separated from the body takes all ~ 342 Suppl, 70| must needs remain in the separated body, while those which ~ 343 Suppl, 70| primary powers remain in the separated soul. But this statement ~ 344 Suppl, 70| powers do not remain ~in the separated soul except in a restricted 345 Suppl, 70| because there remains in ~the separated soul the ability to produce 346 Suppl, 70| intellective part remain in the separated soul, the latter ~will remain 347 Suppl, 70| sensitive powers remain in the separated soul?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] 348 Suppl, 70| sensitive powers remain in the ~separated soul. For Augustine says ( 349 Suppl, 70| sensitive powers. Therefore the ~separated soul will be affected as 350 Suppl, 70| body can be in the soul separated from ~the body. Therefore 351 Suppl, 70| Now it happens that the ~separated soul sees images of bodies 352 Suppl, 70| they see." Therefore the separated soul can ~exercise the acts 353 Suppl, 70| Memor. et Remin. i. Now separated souls will actually remember 354 Suppl, 70| lifetime." Therefore the separated soul will exercise the act 355 Suppl, 70| our faith we hold to be in separated souls, are in the ~irascible 356 Suppl, 70| concupiscible. Therefore separated souls will not be ~deprived 357 Suppl, 70| body cannot remain in ~the separated soul. Now all the operations 358 Suppl, 70| bodily organ. Therefore ~the separated soul will be deprived of 359 Suppl, 70| sensitive powers. Therefore the separated soul does ~not exercise 360 Suppl, 70| these do not remain in the separated soul; and internal acts 361 Suppl, 70| and these will be in the separated soul. This ~statement would 362 Suppl, 70| powers nowise remain in the ~separated soul, except perhaps as 363 Suppl, 70| the meaning is that the separated soul is affected with ~imagination 364 Suppl, 70| soul of a sleeper and the separated soul: since ~the soul of 365 Suppl, 70| which cannot be said of the separated soul. Or we ~may reply that 366 Suppl, 70| imaginatively, so are they in the separated soul ~intellectively: but 367 Suppl, 70| not that they are in the separated soul imaginatively.~Aquin.: 368 Suppl, 70| memory will not be in the separated soul. Wherefore the ~Philosopher 369 Suppl, 70| memory in this sense the ~separated soul will remember [*Cf. 370 Suppl, 70| they will not be in the separated soul, because in this way 371 Suppl, 70| way they will be in the separated soul, even as delight will 372 Suppl, 70| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the separated soul can suffer from a bodily 373 Suppl, 70| It would seem that the separated soul cannot suffer from 374 Suppl, 70| corporeal things." Therefore the separated soul is not ~punished with 375 Suppl, 70| more excellent than the separated soul. Therefore it cannot ~ 376 Suppl, 70| Natur.). Therefore the separated soul does not ~suffer from 377 Suppl, 70| equally consistent with separated souls and with demons. Now 378 Suppl, 70| the devil," etc. Therefore separated souls also can ~suffer from 379 Suppl, 70| it is not probable that ~separated souls or demons, who are 380 Suppl, 72| the natural knowledge of separated souls, which knowledge is 381 Suppl, 72| again, the good shall ~be separated from the wicked, the world 382 Suppl, 72| of ~gross matter will be separated from it, and cast into hell.~ 383 Suppl, 72| state of the soul is to ~be separated from the body, since in 384 Suppl, 72| and is more pure, as being separated from any ~extraneous nature. 385 Suppl, 72| perfection unless it be separated from the body, since the 386 Suppl, 72| species, so long as it is separated from the body. Hence no ~ 387 Suppl, 72| soul will remain for ever separated from the body. Therefore 388 Suppl, 75| the body. Now the soul separated from the body is still somewhat ~ 389 Suppl, 75| therefore, has the body when separated from the soul, a ~natural 390 Suppl, 75| 1~Reply OBJ 2: The soul separated from the body remains in 391 Suppl, 76| philosophers allowed that souls separated ~from bodies are reunited 392 Suppl, 76| reunion, for some held the separated soul to be ~naturally reunited 393 Suppl, 76| does not remain in the ~separated soul (as some maintain), 394 Suppl, 76| nor in the life of the separated ~soul, as stated above ( 395 Suppl, 76| specific nature ~from a separated humanity.~Aquin.: SMT XP 396 Suppl, 90| soul is more like God when separated from the body than when ~ 397 Suppl, 90| soul is more united when separated from the body than ~when 398 Suppl, 90| in such a body than when separated therefrom. Now ~the more 399 Suppl, 90| than the operation of the separated soul. But the ~glorified 400 Suppl, 90| before. For just as the ~soul separated from a corruptible body 401 Suppl, 90| perfect than while it was separated. Now ~every imperfect thing 402 Suppl, 90| its perfection. Hence the separated soul ~naturally desires 403 Suppl, 90| more like to God ~than when separated therefrom, in so far as 404 Suppl, 90| subjected in matter than when separated ~from matter, although absolutely 405 Suppl, 94| brightness of the fire will ~be separated from its power of burning, 406 Suppl, 94| will be grieved at being separated from their ~end, the desire 407 Suppl, 94| imagination to occur in the soul separated from the body, as in the 408 Suppl, 94| difficulty, said that the soul separated from the body uses as an 409 Suppl, 94| fire that ~torments the separated souls, we must admit that 410 Suppl, 95| virtue do not remain in the separated ~soul, because those virtues 411 Suppl, 95| intelligible species remain in the separated soul, as ~stated above ( 412 Suppl, 95| judgment day, however, the separated soul is not ~changed from 413 Appen1, 1| Therefore since they are separated from ~Him for ever, seemingly 414 Appen1, 1| unbaptized children are separated from God as ~regards the 415 Appen1, 1| glory, they are not utterly separated from Him: in ~fact they 416 Appen1, 2| will cease when the soul is separated, ~since it is called the "


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