Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Ed., with an Introd. by Anton C. Pegis - Chapter 13, Question LXXIX / 79 & Analysis Chapter 14, Questions LXXX, LXXXI, & LXXXII & LXXXIII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Question LXXIX / 79 & Analysis Chapter 14, Questions LXXX, LXXXI, & LXXXII & LXXXIII Summary and Analysis

During the summary the Arabic and Roman Numerals are interspersed. This is to serve as a reminders and clarification to those readers who may not have been taught the Roman Numerals or who have not used them in so long that they have forgotten how to read them. Only the Roman Numerals have been used in the original text. Question 79 is: The Intellectual Powers (In Thirteen Articles). Aquinas seems to be asking a question he has already answered: the question is whether the intellect and the soul are one and the same. In the First Article he differentiates between angels and people in that angels consist of mind and will only, whereas the humans also have other bodily related appetites, motives and abilities...

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