Summa Theologiae by St. Thomas Aquinas
FP: Treatise On Man
Q[76] Of The Union Of Body And Soul
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We now consider the union of the soul with the body; and concerning this there are eight points of inquiry:

A[1] Whether the intellectual principle is united to the body as its form?

A[2] Whether the intellectual principle is multiplied numerically according to the number of bodies; or is there one intelligence for all men?

A[3] Whether in the body the form of which is an intellectual principle, there is some other soul?

A[4] Whether in the body there is any other substantial form?

A[5] Of the qualities required in the body of which the intellectual principle is the form?

A[6] Whether it be united to such a body by means of another body?

A[7] Whether by means of an accident?

A[8] Whether the soul is wholly in each part of the body?