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Accordingly, if the phantasm is going to concur materially in the production of the intelligible species, it must do so in a peculiar way: "Therefore, it is said that the phantasm concurs materially because it provides as it were (quasi) the matter (materia) to the agent intellect for the production of intelligible species.
23) Consequently, "illumination" is to be understood as nothing more than the fact that what is represented in the phantasm is clear to the intellect through the work of the agent intellect.
The imagination along with its phantasm is required for an intelligible species to be produced.