The Treatise on Human Nature: Summa Theologiae 1a, 75-89

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Hackett Publishing, 2002 - Philosophy - 434 pages
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Contents

Question 75
2
Is the human soul something subsistent?
5
Are the souls of brute animals subsistent?
7
Is the soul the human being or is the human
9
Is the soul composed of matter and form?
10
Is the human soul incorruptible?
13
Does the soul belong to the same species as an angel?
16
Question 76
18
Is intellective memory a different capacity from
92
Is reason a different capacity from intellect?
94
Question 80
105
Is sensuality divided into the irascible and the
111
Does the will have appetites for all things of
117
Is the will distinguished into the irascible and
123
a capacity an act or a
129
Question 84
134

Is the intellective principle numerically multiplied
24
Does a body whose form is the intellective
29
Is there any other substantial form in the human
33
What sort of body should have the intellective
37
Is the intellective soul united to its body through
40
Is the soul united to the body through the mediation
41
Is the soul whole in each part of the body?
44
Question 77
47
Does the soul have only one capacity or more
51
How are the souls capacities distinguished?
52
The order of the souls capacities to one another
55
Is the soul the subject of all its capacities?
56
Do the souls capacities flow from its essence?
58
Does one capacity of the soul originate in another?
60
Do all the souls capacities remain in it after death?
61
Question
64
The capacities of the vegetative part
67
The external senses
69
The internal senses
73
Question
77
Is the intellect a capacity of the soul or the souls
78
Is the intellect a passive capacity?
79
Should we posit an agent intellect?
82
Is the agent intellect part of the soul?
84
Is there one agent intellect for everyone?
87
Is memory in intellect?
89
Are the species of all intelligible things naturally
140
Does our soul see all the things that it understands
146
Does the intellect need phantasms in order actually
152
Are the intelligible species abstracted from
161
Can our intellect think about more than one thing
169
Does our intellect cognize the indivisible prior to
176
How does the intellective soul cognize the
190
Question 89
203
Does the dispositional knowledge acquired here
212
Can a separated soul use the dispositional
214
Does spatial distance impede a separated souls
215
Do souls separated from their bodies cognize the
217
Commentary
220
Distinctions between sense objects
379
Do human beings have free choice?
383
Turning toward phantasms
398
Particulars and universals
401
The mental word
403
The minds knowledge of itself
407
How the soul reflects on itself
410
The resurrection of the body
411
Guide to Emendations
413
Guide to Sources
417
Bibliography
419
Index
428
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Robert Pasnau is Professor of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder.

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