Summa Theologica by St. Thomas Aquinas
FP: Treatise On Man
Q[79] Of The Intellectual Powers
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The next question concerns the intellectual powers, under which head there are thirteen points of inquiry:

A[1] Whether the intellect is a power of the soul, or its essence?

A[2] If it be a power, whether it is a passive power?

A[3] If it is a passive power, whether there is an active intellect?

A[4] Whether it is something in the soul?

A[5] Whether the active intellect is one in all?

A[6] Whether memory is in the intellect?

A[7] Whether the memory be distinct from the intellect?

A[8] Whether the reason is a distinct power from the intellect?

A[9] Whether the superior and inferior reason are distinct powers?

A[10] Whether the intelligence is distinct from the intellect?

A[11] Whether the speculative and practical intellect are distinct powers?

A[12] Whether "synderesis" is a power of the intellectual part?

A[13] Whether the conscience is a power of the intellectual part?