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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conclusion

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | both may prove the same conclusion: that the earth, for instance, 2 1, 14 | as principles are to the conclusion: ~and from necessary principles 3 1, 14 | principles only a necessary conclusion can follow, as ~is proved 4 1, 15 | no form. Hence the same conclusion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 5 1, 19 | that if the premiss and its conclusion ~are understood separately 6 1, 19 | premiss ~is the cause that the conclusion is known. If the understanding 7 1, 19 | understanding perceive ~the conclusion in the premiss itself, apprehending 8 1, 19 | case the knowing of the conclusion ~would not be caused by 9 1, 19 | premisses to be the cause of the conclusion. It is the ~same with the 10 1, 19 | do the premisses to the conclusion ~with regard to the understanding.~ 11 1, 19 | the ~universe," draws a conclusion by reduction to an absurdity.~ 12 1, 25 | it move; ~the necessary conclusion is that if its power were 13 1, 31 | persons). Therefore the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 1, 36 | each one agrees with this ~conclusion. For it was said above ( 15 1, 44 | exemplars. Therefore the same conclusion follows as ~above.~Aquin.: 16 1, 46 | movement; and so the ~same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 17 1, 46 | Hence it appears that no conclusion follows either way, except ~ 18 1, 46 | faith but a ~demonstrable conclusion that the world began. For 19 1, 46 | not lead to a necessary conclusion, except as ~to that intellect 20 1, 47 | which ~demonstrates the conclusion perfectly, is one only; 21 1, 50 | them; and hence ~the same conclusion is to be drawn as before.~ 22 1, 52 | the same way; ~hence the conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: 23 1, 53 | of ~the movement, but its conclusion; hence movement must precede 24 1, 58 | intellect, when reasoning, the conclusion is ~compared with the principle, 25 1, 58 | at once the truth of the conclusion in the principle, it would 26 1, 58 | medium for ~reaching the same conclusion. In like manner a thing 27 1, 60 | choice. Consequently the ~conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: 28 1, 62 | for it to proceed to some ~conclusion by passing out of the order 29 1, 45 | exemplars. Therefore the same conclusion follows as ~above.~Aquin.: 30 1, 47 | movement; and so the ~same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 31 1, 47 | Hence it appears that no conclusion follows either way, except ~ 32 1, 47 | faith but a ~demonstrable conclusion that the world began. For 33 1, 47 | not lead to a necessary conclusion, except as ~to that intellect 34 1, 48 | which ~demonstrates the conclusion perfectly, is one only; 35 1, 51 | them; and hence ~the same conclusion is to be drawn as before.~ 36 1, 53 | the same way; ~hence the conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: 37 1, 54 | of ~the movement, but its conclusion; hence movement must precede 38 1, 59 | intellect, when reasoning, the conclusion is ~compared with the principle, 39 1, 59 | at once the truth of the conclusion in the principle, it would 40 1, 59 | medium for ~reaching the same conclusion. In like manner a thing 41 1, 61 | choice. Consequently the ~conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: 42 1, 63 | for it to proceed to some ~conclusion by passing out of the order 43 1, 78 | principles of geometry we draw a conclusion in another science - for ~ 44 1, 82 | principles are ~related to the conclusion to which we assent on account 45 1, 84 | in proof of the opposite conclusion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 46 1, 84 | others; as one who carries a conclusion to its first principles ~ 47 1, 85 | thing to be done is as the ~conclusion of a syllogism formed by 48 1, 106 | are the same; so the same ~conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT FP 49 1, 107 | gradually arrive at one ~conclusion by many middle terms. Now 50 1, 107 | that the knowledge ~of a conclusion depends on all the preceding 51 1, 107 | opinion or belief about the ~conclusion, but not knowledge; as he 52 2, 8 | not proceed thence to the ~conclusion. And in like manner the 53 2, 9 | reflection he comes to the conclusion that he can be healed ~by 54 2, 12 | consider principle and conclusion absolutely, it considers 55 2, 12 | but when it assents to the conclusion on account of the ~principles, 56 2, 13 | syllogism, and to ~draw the conclusion. But, in practical matters, 57 2, 13 | therefore choice is a kind of conclusion in ~practical matters, as 58 2, 13 | the reason to draw the ~conclusion of a practical syllogism; 59 2, 13 | And for this reason the ~conclusion seems to belong to the act 60 2, 13 | which is, as it were, the conclusion of a practical ~syllogism. 61 2, 13 | Hence that which is the conclusion of a practical syllogism, ~ 62 2, 13 | of a principle, not of a conclusion, as the Philosopher says ~( 63 2, 13 | science, from being the conclusion of ~another demonstration 64 2, 13 | principle cannot be the conclusion of any demonstration or 65 2, 13 | are to the end, as the ~conclusion is to the principle. Now 66 2, 13 | clear that an impossible ~conclusion does not follow from a possible 67 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The conclusion does not always of necessity 68 2, 13 | principles cannot be true if the conclusion ~is not true. In like manner, 69 2, 14 | one demonstration, is the conclusion of another: and ~consequently 70 2, 14 | considered in the light of a ~conclusion. Wherefore that which presents 71 2, 14 | position of an ultimate conclusion whereat the inquiry comes 72 2, 25 | object leads to the ~same conclusion.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 73 2, 51 | which is the habit of one ~conclusion, is caused by one demonstration. 74 2, 51 | gives a firm assent to the conclusion, but a probable proposition ~ 75 2, 54 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, one conclusion suffices both for an act 76 2, 54 | scientific knowledge of one conclusion, has the habit indeed, yet ~ 77 2, 54 | scientific ~knowledge of another conclusion, no additional habit is 78 2, 57 | formal aspect under which the conclusion is known. Therefore the ~ 79 2, 57 | considered apart, without the conclusion being considered at all. 80 2, 65 | scientific knowledge ~about some conclusion which had never been presented 81 2, 65 | wander from the truth in his conclusion. ~Moreover, things "done" 82 2, 67 | syllogism, about one same conclusion. Therefore after this life 83 2, 67 | exemplified in the knowledge of a conclusion through a ~demonstrative 84 2, 73 | Stoics arrived at ~their conclusion through looking at sin on 85 2, 76 | employs a syllogism, the conclusion of which ~is an act of judgment, 86 2, 76 | singulars: wherefore the conclusion of a practical syllogism 87 2, 77 | universal, so as to draw ~the conclusion: but he reasons about another 88 2, 77 | the passion, and draws his conclusion ~accordingly. Hence the 89 2, 89 | angelic intellect considers a conclusion, it ~must, of necessity, 90 2, 92 | principles to ~assent to the conclusion, so it induces us by some 91 2, 94 | principle it follows as a proper conclusion, ~that goods entrusted to 92 2, 95 | in two ways: first, as a conclusion from premises, secondly, 93 2, 95 | kill" may be ~derived as a conclusion from the principle that " 94 2, 95 | natural law by way of a conclusion that is not very remote 95 2, 112 | has ~the knowledge of a conclusion if he does not know its 96 2, 1 | by means of light, and a conclusion cannot be known save through ~ 97 2, 1 | knowledge of a demonstrated conclusion through its ~demonstration]?~ 98 2, 1 | eyes of the faithful, ~as a conclusion drawn from self-evident 99 2, 2 | knowledge ~of a demonstrated conclusion through its demonstration.], 100 2, 2 | knowledge of a demonstrated conclusion through its demonstration] 101 2, 2 | knowledge of a demonstrated conclusion through its ~demonstration.]. 102 2, 4 | on human ~reasoning in a conclusion which does not follow, of 103 2, 5 | a man whose mind holds a conclusion without knowing how it ~ 104 2, 19 | impossible ~to infer a particular conclusion from an universal proposition, 105 2, 47 | prudence terminates, as in a conclusion, ~in the particular matter 106 2, 47 | principle. Now a ~singular conclusion is argued from a universal 107 2, 49 | either in coming to a ~false conclusion, or in coming to a true 108 2, 49 | or in coming to a true conclusion from false premisses ~through 109 2, 53 | reason is led to a false conclusion that appears to be true; 110 2, 53 | to a true or to a false conclusion. Even so a sin may be ~against 111 2, 63 | false. Therefore the same conclusion ~follows.~Aquin.: SMT SS 112 2, 63 | false. Therefore the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT SS 113 2, 71 | reviling; and so ~the same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 114 2, 96 | are more weighty than ~the conclusion. Now in an oath a man's 115 2, 160 | themselves." Accordingly the conclusion is not ~that pride is in 116 2, 160 | that lead to an impossible conclusion ~one is sometimes convinced 117 2, 169 | the antecedent, as the conclusion to the premises in a syllogism, 118 2, 169 | always leads to a necessary ~conclusion, as we find proved in I 119 3, 2 | God; and hence the same conclusion follows as ~above.~Aquin.: 120 3, 3 | regards the operation, and the conclusion would ~follow if it implied 121 3, 9 | perfect; and hence the same conclusion as above. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 122 3, 10 | even amongst men one sees a conclusion in ~a medium more perfectly 123 3, 26 | Ed. Note Para. 4/5~Such a conclusion would hold if it were a 124 3, 26 | And, be ~it remarked in conclusion, these two points, so much 125 3, 32 | come upon thee," draws the conclusion: "Therefore also the Holy 126 3, 75 | after such change. Hence the conclusion is that, saving ~the truth 127 3, 75 | stated above. Hence the conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: 128 Suppl, 1 | grace: and so the same ~conclusion follows as above.~Aquin.: 129 Suppl, 12| of ~sin; and so the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 130 Suppl, 13| compensation to God, and the same ~conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 131 Suppl, 19| absolving them. Hence the same ~conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 132 Suppl, 19| by them: and so ~the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 133 Suppl, 39| Hence we must not draw a conclusion from this particular ~instance, 134 Suppl, 40| tonsure. Therefore the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 135 Suppl, 42| intercourse. Therefore the same conclusion ~follows as before.~Aquin.: 136 Suppl, 48| Para. 2/2~Further, the same conclusion is proved by the examples 137 Suppl, 48| the Church: wherefore the ~conclusion does not follow.~ 138 Suppl, 49| sacrament," and thus the same conclusion follows as above.~Aquin.: 139 Suppl, 49| reason; and consequently the conclusion does not ~follow. ~Aquin.: 140 Suppl, 49| no sin; and thus the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 141 Suppl, 53| Para. 2/2~Further, the same conclusion may be proved by many authorities 142 Suppl, 53| this actually. Hence the conclusion ~does not follow.~Aquin.: 143 Suppl, 53| not suffice to prove the conclusion.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 144 Suppl, 53| married. Consequently the ~conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: 145 Suppl, 55| blood-relations, and thus the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 146 Suppl, 57| true. Therefore the same conclusion ~follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 147 Suppl, 64| all": and thus the same ~conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 148 Suppl, 67| etc. Therefore the same conclusion ~follows as before.~Aquin.: 149 Suppl, 69| Para. 3/3~Further, the same conclusion may be gathered from Gregory ( 150 Suppl, 70| their ~origin: wherefore the conclusion does not follow. ~Aquin.: 151 Suppl, 71| reward!" And ~thus the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 152 Suppl, 71| thereby. Therefore the same conclusion follows as above.~Aquin.: 153 Suppl, 72| flames." Therefore the same ~conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 154 Suppl, 72| flames." Therefore the same ~conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 155 Suppl, 72| now by seeking a definite conclusion by arguing about them. ~ 156 Suppl, 75| not die: and so the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 157 Suppl, 78| quantity: and so the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 158 Suppl, 78| individual: wherefore the conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: 159 Suppl, 78| difference of ~merits. Hence the conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: 160 Suppl, 78| resurrection. And so the same conclusion follows as above.~Aquin.: 161 Suppl, 80| proved as follows: It is a ~conclusion of geometry that two circles 162 Suppl, 83| fire, and ~thus the same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 163 Suppl, 84| committed: and thus the same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 164 Suppl, 85| possible to come to any certain conclusion ~about the truth of this 165 Suppl, 86| judged," and thus the same conclusion follows as ~before.~Aquin.: 166 Suppl, 89| and consequently the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 167 Suppl, 89| things. Therefore the same conclusion ~follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP 168 Suppl, 93| them. Therefore the ~same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 169 Suppl, 93| and ~consequently the same conclusion follows as above.~Aquin.: 170 Suppl, 95| sinned: and thus the same conclusion follows as above.~Aquin.: 171 Suppl, 95| unhappy: and thus the same conclusion follows as above.~Aquin.: 172 Suppl, 96| and consequently the ~same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 173 Suppl, 96| eternally: and thus the same ~conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: 174 Appen2, 1| this ~life. Hence the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT XP


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