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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | grasp of his reason: "The eye hath not seen, O ~God, besides 2 1, 3 | instance the act of the eye is to see; hence the eye 3 1, 3 | eye is to see; hence the eye attributed to God ~signifies 4 1, 5 | lacks some virtue; and an eye is said to be evil, because 5 1, 12 | be seen by the corporeal eye?~(4) Whether any created 6 1, 12 | similitude of a stone is in the eye, whereby the vision ~is 7 1, 12 | be seen with the bodily eye?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 8 1, 12 | be seen by the corporeal ~eye. For it is written (Job 9 1, 12 | heard Thee, but now ~my eye seeth Thee."~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 12 | Therefore the glorified eye can see God.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 12 | God will be seen with the eye of the flesh, but that man ~ 12 1, 12 | Likewise the ~words, "Now my eye seeth Thee," are to be understood 13 1, 12 | understood of the mind's eye, ~as the Apostle says: " 14 1, 12 | seen with the corporeal eye, as a thing in itself visible, 15 1, 12 | similitude of the object, as the eye by the similitude of color. ~ 16 1, 12 | De Trin. i): "The weak eye ~of the human mind is not 17 1, 14 | knowable object; as when the eye sees a man through the image 18 1, 14 | in the knower; since the eye does not know a stone ~according 19 1, 14 | existence it has in the eye; but by the image of the ~ 20 1, 14 | the ~stone which is in the eye, the eye knows the stone 21 1, 14 | which is in the eye, the eye knows the stone according 22 1, 14 | its ~existence outside the eye. And if any knower has a 23 1, 47 | it had the dignity of an eye. Thus, therefore, God also ~ 24 1, 48 | blindness as being in ~the eye; or of any other privation. 25 1, 51 | manifest; just as by the eye the power of the angel's 26 1, 54 | the body, as sight of the eye, and hearing of the ear. 27 1, 56 | principle of sight to the eye.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 28 1, 56 | likewise, if the pupil of the eye were colored with some particular ~ 29 1, 56 | light can be seen in the eye; and so we have said that 30 1, 56 | as a stone is seen by the eye from its image being in 31 1, 56 | its image being in the ~eye - thirdly, when the image 32 1, 64 | from the ~weakness of its eye that the owl cannot behold 33 1, 65 | of its proper act, as the eye for the act of seeing; secondly, 34 1, 75 | is a soul, for ~then the eye would be a soul, as it is 35 1, 75 | actually in the pupil of the eye, but only potentially. Hence 36 1, 75 | only in the pupil of the eye, but also in a ~glass vase, 37 1, 75 | else. In this sense, the eye or the hand ~cannot be said 38 1, 75 | say that man sees with the eye, and feels ~with the hand, 39 1, 75 | soul understands, as the eye sees; but it ~is more correct 40 1, 75 | vision, the pupil of the eye ~is affected by a reflection 41 1, 76 | part, as a man sees by his eye; or ~through an accidental 42 1, 76 | whole, as the action of the eye is ~attributed to a man; 43 1, 76 | the hand sees because the eye ~sees. Therefore if the 44 1, 76 | seeing is the act of the ~eye; for understanding is an 45 1, 76 | instance, if two men had one eye - there would be ~several 46 1, 76 | with ~regard to the same eye, there are divers visions. 47 1, 76 | animal, for instance, the eye, hand, flesh, ~and bones, 48 1, 76 | sight to the ~pupil of the eye, is the same as the relation 49 1, 76 | ear, and hearing in the eye, and this is ~absurd.~Aquin.: 50 1, 76 | is it with the hand, the eye, the flesh and bones, as ~ 51 1, 76 | to sight, it ~is in the eye; and with regard to hearing, 52 1, 77 | organs; as sight by the eye, and hearing ~by the ear. 53 1, 77 | an old man were given the eye of a young man, he would 54 1, 48 | it had the dignity of an eye. Thus, therefore, God also ~ 55 1, 49 | blindness as being in ~the eye; or of any other privation. 56 1, 52 | manifest; just as by the eye the power of the angel's 57 1, 55 | the body, as sight of the eye, and hearing of the ear. 58 1, 57 | principle of sight to the eye.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 59 1, 57 | likewise, if the pupil of the eye were colored with some particular ~ 60 1, 57 | light can be seen in the eye; and so we have said that 61 1, 57 | as a stone is seen by the eye from its image being in 62 1, 57 | its image being in the ~eye - thirdly, when the image 63 1, 65 | from the ~weakness of its eye that the owl cannot behold 64 1, 66 | of its proper act, as the eye for the act of seeing; secondly, 65 1, 74 | is a soul, for ~then the eye would be a soul, as it is 66 1, 74 | actually in the pupil of the eye, but only potentially. Hence 67 1, 74 | only in the pupil of the eye, but also in a ~glass vase, 68 1, 74 | else. In this sense, the eye or the hand ~cannot be said 69 1, 74 | say that man sees with the eye, and feels ~with the hand, 70 1, 74 | soul understands, as the eye sees; but it ~is more correct 71 1, 74 | vision, the pupil of the eye ~is affected by a reflection 72 1, 75 | part, as a man sees by his eye; or ~through an accidental 73 1, 75 | whole, as the action of the eye is ~attributed to a man; 74 1, 75 | the hand sees because the eye ~sees. Therefore if the 75 1, 75 | seeing is the act of the ~eye; for understanding is an 76 1, 75 | instance, if two men had one eye - there would be ~several 77 1, 75 | with ~regard to the same eye, there are divers visions. 78 1, 75 | animal, for instance, the eye, hand, flesh, ~and bones, 79 1, 75 | sight to the ~pupil of the eye, is the same as the relation 80 1, 75 | ear, and hearing in the eye, and this is ~absurd.~Aquin.: 81 1, 75 | is it with the hand, the eye, the flesh and bones, as ~ 82 1, 75 | to sight, it ~is in the eye; and with regard to hearing, 83 1, 76 | organs; as sight by the eye, and hearing ~by the ear. 84 1, 76 | an old man were given the eye of a young man, he would 85 1, 77 | read (Ecclus. 40:22): "The eye desireth favor and beauty, 86 1, 84 | their own image on the eye. But phantasms, since they 87 1, 86 | sensible things, for the eye does ~not see what is potentially, 88 1, 87 | reception of light in the eye. Therefore the ~passive 89 1, 87 | to us; as light is to the eye, and ~first principles to 90 1, 88 | species of the ~stone in his eye; but that he see it clearly, 91 1, 88 | it clearly, is due to the eye's visual ~power. Therefore 92 1, 90 | instance, the pupil of the eye is without color, so as 93 1, 114 | obstacles in the organs; thus an eye when disturbed cannot see 94 1, 116 | the cause of ~the "evil eye."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] 95 2, 5 | Apostle says (1 Cor. ~2:9) "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, 96 2, 12 | written (Mt. 6:22): "If thy eye be single, thy ~whole body 97 2, 12 | Dom. in Monte ii, 13) the eye signifies intention. But 98 2, 12 | intention. But since the eye is ~the organ of sight, 99 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The eye designates intention figuratively, 100 2, 12 | thus we foresee with the eye whither we should tend with 101 2, 16 | to understand; and the eye, to see; but also external 102 2, 17 | the whole body that ~the eye sees; so is it with the 103 2, 17 | on the condition of the eye, which condition is a help 104 2, 22 | apprehension: thus is the eye changed by the ~object visible, 105 2, 22 | apprehension; for instance, if the ~eye be wearied through gazing 106 2, 40 | ahead, not only keeps its eye on the ~good which man intends 107 2, 48 | according ~to Ps. 30:10: "My eye is troubled with wrath."~ 108 2, 62 | according to 1 Cor. 2:9: "The eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, 109 2, 63 | begotten ~naturally; and the eye which He gave to the man 110 2, 63 | gave the man born blind an eye for the same act as the ~ 111 2, 69 | God's "Mercy." Again, the eye ~being cleansed by the gift 112 2, 69 | merit. For cleanness of the eye disposes one to see ~clearly: 113 2, 73 | toucheth the apple of My eye." Wherefore a sin is the 114 2, 76 | assaulted anyone; having an eye, not to the indulgence ~ 115 2, 77 | of a ~healthy member, the eye, for instance, when it cannot 116 2, 102 | if he had "a pearl in his eye," i.e. if he ~presumes in 117 2, 105 | prescribing (Ex. 21:24): "Eye for eye, tooth for tooth." 118 2, 105 | prescribing (Ex. 21:24): "Eye for eye, tooth for tooth." Therefore 119 2, 105 | and hiddenly, since "the eye of the adulterer ~observeth 120 2, 109 | mind as sight is ~in the eye. And the eyes of the mind 121 2, 109 | Gratia xxvi) that "as the ~eye of the body though most 122 2, 114 | according to 1 Cor. 2:9: "Eye hath not seen, ~nor ear 123 2, 8 | the ~clean of heart, whose eye being purified, they can 124 2, 8 | purified, they can see what eye hath not ~seen."~Aquin.: 125 2, 30 | man as the apple of the eye."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 126 2, 59 | shall render ~life for life, eye for eye," etc. And since 127 2, 59 | life for life, eye for eye," etc. And since also to 128 2, 63 | is written (Ex. 21:24): "Eye for eye, tooth for ~tooth, 129 2, 63 | written (Ex. 21:24): "Eye for eye, tooth for ~tooth, hand 130 2, 65 | strange gods: "Neither let thy eye spare him to ~pity and conceal 131 2, 66 | according to Ex. 21:24, "Eye for eye, tooth ~for tooth." 132 2, 66 | according to Ex. 21:24, "Eye for eye, tooth ~for tooth." Consequently 133 2, 73 | written (Prov. 30:17): ~"The eye that mocketh at his father, 134 2, 75 | if a horse ~have but one eye, or if the goods though 135 2, 86 | a law is made with an ~eye to that which is good in 136 2, 93 | the ear, the latter by the eye. If, however, ~these observations 137 2, 93 | dispositions, that occur to the eye, ~of figures in certain 138 2, 93 | observing what catches the ~eye when one opens a book, all 139 2, 94 | take harm from the evil eye, of which we have spoken 140 2, 96 | makes a man infamous in the eye of the law. ~Wherefore, 141 2, 96 | be not ~infamous in the eye of the law, but only when 142 2, 106 | retaliation," or the loss of eye for eye, ~whereby man forfeits 143 2, 106 | or the loss of eye for eye, ~whereby man forfeits his 144 2, 106 | the body never ~blinds the eye, in order to repair the 145 2, 142 | disgraceful deed avoids the public eye through fear of reproach. ~ 146 2, 143 | things are beautiful to the eye, which it would be hardly 147 2, 143 | it to be ~seen with the eye, would, as Plato declares, 148 2, 156 | boils over and blinds the eye of the mind." Therefore ~ 149 2, 156 | zealous anger troubles the eye of reason, whereas sinful 150 2, 166 | nothing be done to offend the eye of another, but only that 151 2, 168 | nothing be done to offend ~the eye of any person whatever." 152 2, 171 | we see with the mind's eye ~the type both of our being 153 2, 173 | according to Is. ~64:4, "Eye hath not seen, O God, besides 154 2, 179 | contemplative life the mind's eye being ~purified one may 155 2, 181 | the ~whole body were the eye, where would be the hearing?" 156 2, 183 | through an ~affliction of the eye. So neither is it unreasonable 157 2, 184 | camel to ~pass through the eye of a needle, than for a 158 2, 185 | the whole body were the eye, where would be the hearing? 159 3, 11 | seven eyes." Now by the eye is understood knowledge. ~ 160 3, 15 | comes of ~evil blinds the eye of the mind, but anger that 161 3, 15 | disturbs ~it." Now the mind's eye in Christ was neither blinded 162 3, 15 | reason, dims the mind's ~eye of him who contemplates. 163 3, 46 | the ~sense of touch in the eye is affected, upon which 164 3, 46 | for instance, when the eye is pricked, or is disaffected 165 3, 50 | specifically diverse: because the eye or flesh ~of the dead is 166 3, 55 | according to Is. 64:4: "The eye hath ~not seen, O God, besides 167 3, 64 | according ~to Lk. 11:34: "If thy eye be evil, thy" whole "body 168 3, 69 | heel is no cure for ~the eye." But original sin, which 169 3, 76 | sacrament, can be seen by ~the eye?~(8) Whether the true body 170 3, 76 | organic body, as that of eye ~from eye, and eye from 171 3, 76 | body, as that of eye ~from eye, and eye from ear. But this 172 3, 76 | that of eye ~from eye, and eye from ear. But this could 173 3, 76 | sacrament, can be seen by ~any eye, at least by a glorified 174 3, 76 | sacrament, can ~be seen by the eye, at least by a glorified 175 3, 76 | veiling it. But the glorified eye cannot be ~hindered by anything 176 3, 76 | Therefore, the ~glorified eye can see Christ's body as 177 3, 76 | Phil. 3:21. But Christ's eye ~beholds Himself as He is 178 3, 76 | reason, every other glorified eye can see Him.~Aquin.: SMT 179 3, 76 | like reason, the glorified eye ~can see Christ as He is 180 3, 76 | time be seen by the same eye under diverse species. But 181 3, 76 | species. But the ~glorified eye sees Christ always, as He 182 3, 76 | 1/2~I answer that, The eye is of two kinds, namely, 183 3, 76 | kinds, namely, the bodily eye properly ~so-called, and 184 3, 76 | so-called, and the intellectual eye, so-called by similitude. 185 3, 76 | cannot be seen by any bodily ~eye. First of all, because a 186 3, 76 | be seen by any corporeal eye. Secondly, because, as ~ 187 3, 76 | not visible to the bodily ~eye, nor does it come under 188 3, 76 | is called the spiritual eye.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] A[ 189 3, 76 | Reply OBJ 1: Our bodily eye, on account of the sacramental 190 3, 76 | OBJ 2: Christ's own bodily eye sees Himself existing under 191 3, 76 | with any other glorified eye, because Christ's eye is 192 3, 76 | glorified eye, because Christ's eye is under this ~sacrament, 193 3, 76 | which no other glorified eye is conformed to it.~Aquin.: 194 3, 76 | see anything with a bodily eye, ~but only with the mental 195 3, 76 | but only with the mental eye. Hence there is no parallel 196 3, 76 | is divinely formed in the eye in order to represent some 197 3, 76 | seen by ~a non-glorified eye either entirely or in part, 198 Suppl, 2 | since ~"what heals the eye will not heal the foot," 199 Suppl, 24| of God, but also in the eye of the Church. Hence absolution 200 Suppl, 59| by the hand and the right eye we may understand our brother, 201 Suppl, 62| cannot be ~proved, since "the eye of the adulterer observeth 202 Suppl, 64| by "not ~serving to the eye" (Eph. 6:6; Col. 3:22) which 203 Suppl, 70| instance the sight to the eye. But if it were not ~identically 204 Suppl, 70| be ~identically the same eye, if the visual power were 205 Suppl, 70| an old man were given the eye of a young man, he would, 206 Suppl, 72| the judgment, else every eye ~would not see Christ judging. 207 Suppl, 74| in the twinkling of an eye." Therefore the ~resurrection 208 Suppl, 79| written (Apoc. 1:7): "Every eye shall see Him." ~Therefore 209 Suppl, 79| Therefore if ~the glorified eye sees at an angle, it follows 210 Suppl, 80| especially by a non-glorified eye, as evidenced in the case 211 Suppl, 82| visible to the non-glorified eye?~(3) Whether a glorified 212 Suppl, 82| another, for instance ~the eye than the hand, the spirits [*" 213 Suppl, 82| visible to the non-glorified ~eye?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] A[ 214 Suppl, 82| invisible ~to the non-glorified eye. For the visible object 215 Suppl, 82| sight. But a non-glorified eye is not proportionate to 216 Suppl, 82| seen by a ~non-glorified eye.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] A[ 217 Suppl, 82| clarity. Now a ~non-glorified eye is unable to gaze on the 218 Suppl, 82| there be some lesion to the eye. But the ~clarity of a glorified 219 Suppl, 82| invisible to a non-glorified eye.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] A[ 220 Suppl, 82| visible to the non-glorified eye, except by a miracle. But ~ 221 Suppl, 82| visible to the non-glorified eye.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] A[ 222 Suppl, 86| with the clouds, ~and every eye shall see Him." Now this 223 Suppl, 87| glorified humanity: because the eye that is ~not glorified is 224 Suppl, 87| it sensibly before ~the eye, as though He suffered it 225 Suppl, 87| not ~to show itself to an eye that is not glorified, as 226 Suppl, 88| His essence. The carnal eye, however, will be unable 227 Suppl, 89| were ~received into the eye, the eye would not be said 228 Suppl, 89| received into the eye, the eye would not be said to see 229 Suppl, 89| body. Because the glorified eye has greater power ~than 230 Suppl, 89| heard Thee, but now my ~eye seeth Thee." Much more therefore 231 Suppl, 89| therefore will the glorified eye be able to ~see God in His 232 Suppl, 89| corporeal. Now the incorporeal eye can see ~corporeal things. 233 Suppl, 89| Therefore the corporeal eye can see the incorporeal: ~ 234 Suppl, 89| invisible to a corporeal eye." But God is supremely ~ 235 Suppl, 89| in things seen with the eye of the body, even as life ~ 236 Suppl, 89| refers to the spiritual eye, of which ~the Apostle says ( 237 Suppl, 89| Therefore the spiritual eye, whence the ~obstacle to 238 Suppl, 89| follow that the corporeal eye, in which the cognitive


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