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" Philosopher says (Phys. i.), that the universal is known by reason ; and the singular is known by sense . I answer that, Our intellect cannot know the singular in material things directly and primarily. "
Franciscan Institute Publications: Philosophy series - Página 26
1947
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Summa Theologiae: Volume 12, Human Intelligence: 1a. 84-89

Thomas Aquinas, Paul T. Durbin - 2006 - 228 páginas
...REPLY: Directly and immediately our intellect cannot know the singular in material realities. The reason is that the principle of singularity in material things is individual matter, and our intellect — as said before3 — understands by abstracting species from this sort of matter....
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Real Alternatives, Leibniz’s Metaphysics of Choice

R.O. Savage - 1998 - 198 páginas
...noted also that Aquinas, in answer to the question "Whether our Intellect Knows Singulars," answers, "Our intellect cannot know the singular in material things directly and primarily. The reason for this is that the principle of singularity in material things is individual matter; whereas our...
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The Treatise on Human Nature: Summa Theologiae 1a, 75-89

St. Thomas Aquinas, Robert Pasnau - 2002 - 434 páginas
...intellect cannot directly and 15 primarily cognize the singular. The reason for this is that the basis of singularity in material things is individual matter, whereas our intellect, as was said above [85.1], operates by abstracting an intelligible species from such matter. But that which...
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Summa Theologica, Volume 1

St Thomas Aquinas - 2013 - 592 páginas
...i. 5), that the universal is known by reason ; and the singular is known- by sense. I answer that, Our intellect cannot know the singular in material...matter, whereas our intellect, as we have said above (Q. 85, A. 1), understands by 441 Pt. 1 Q. 86 Art. abstracting the intelligible species from such matter....
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