Part, Question
1 1, 1  unbefitting its dignity, for the proof from authority is the weakest
2 1, 1  is the weakest form ~of proof. But if it is from reason,
3 1, 1  sciences do not argue in proof of their ~principles, but
4 1, 1  doctrine does not argue in proof of its ~principles, which
5 1, 1  resurrection of Christ ~argues in proof of the general resurrection (
6 1, 1  as an ~incontrovertible proof, and the authority of the
7 1, 2  man, who cannot ~grasp a proof, accepting, as a matter
8 1, 2  definition of the cause in ~proof of the cause's existence.
9 1, 3  Therefore also does ~God. Proof of the minor  whatever
10 1, 12  higher level by grace. The proof is, that ~sight cannot in
11 1, 12  A[7] Body Para. 2/2~In proof of this we must consider
12 1, 12  opinion resting on a probably proof, it is not ~comprehended;
13 1, 12  but at ~the same time. In proof whereof, we ourselves cannot
14 1, 14  Himself through Himself. In proof whereof ~it must be known
15 1, 14  distinguished from the other. In proof thereof we may observe ~
16 1, 14  there is no discursion; the proof ~of which is as follows.
17 1, 14  and partly practical. In proof ~whereof it must be observed
18 1, 15  that ideas are many. In proof ~of which it is to be considered
19 1, 16  another sense it is not. In proof of which we must consider
20 1, 17  affirmation and negation. In proof of which it must be ~considered
21 1, 18  degree properly in God. In proof ~of which it must be considered
22 1, 19  will of God a cause. In proof of which ~we must consider
23 1, 19  always be fulfilled. In proof ~of which we must consider
24 1, 21  affection of passion. In proof of which it must ~be considered
25 1, 27  is called generation. ~In proof whereof we must observe
26 1, 28  exist in God really; in proof whereof we may ~consider
27 1, 32  of furnishing sufficient proof of some ~principle, as in
28 1, 32  science, where sufficient proof can be brought ~to show
29 1, 32  furnishing a sufficient proof ~of a principle, but as
30 1, 32  not, ~however, as if this proof were sufficient, forasmuch
31 1, 32  in our mind an ~adequate proof in the case of God, forasmuch
32 1, 32  that it was good," to ~show proof of the divine love. The
33 1, 35  an Image. But this is no proof: for the Father and the
34 1, 38  A[2] Body Para. 2/2~In proof of this we must know that
35 1, 42  coeternal with the Father. ~In proof of which we must consider
36 1, 44  cause of all things. In proof ~whereof we must consider
37 1, 47  whereas probable ~means of proof are many. Likewise when
38 1, 49  A[1] Body Para. 3/3~In proof of this, we must know that
39 1, 50  above sense is a reasonable proof ~that there are some incorporeal
40 1, 51  ate with His disciples in proof of having resumed life ~(
41 1, 65  principle, and allege in proof of ~their error the words
42 1, 65  A[3] Body Para. 2/2~In proof whereof it must be borne
43 1, 66  privation of light, it is a proof of Divine wisdom, that the
44 1, 67  there is any such body. A proof of this is that the rays
45 1, 70  as their moving power. A ~proof that the heavenly bodies
46 1, 75  shall make use of ~only one proof, based on universal and
47 1, 76  perfectly immaterial form; a ~proof whereof is its operation
48 1, 76  says (De Anima ii, 1). A proof of which is, that on the ~
49 1, 38  A[2] Body Para. 2/2~In proof of this we must know that
50 1, 42  coeternal with the Father. ~In proof of which we must consider
51 1, 45  cause of all things. In proof ~whereof we must consider
52 1, 48  whereas probable ~means of proof are many. Likewise when
53 1, 50  A[1] Body Para. 3/3~In proof of this, we must know that
54 1, 51  above sense is a reasonable proof ~that there are some incorporeal
55 1, 52  ate with His disciples in proof of having resumed life ~(
56 1, 66  principle, and allege in proof of ~their error the words
57 1, 66  A[3] Body Para. 2/2~In proof whereof it must be borne
58 1, 67  privation of light, it is a proof of Divine wisdom, that the
59 1, 68  there is any such body. A proof of this is that the rays
60 1, 71  as their moving power. A ~proof that the heavenly bodies
61 1, 74  shall make use of ~only one proof, based on universal and
62 1, 75  perfectly immaterial form; a ~proof whereof is its operation
63 1, 75  says (De Anima ii, 1). A proof of which is, that on the ~
64 1, 84  the authorities quoted ~in proof of the opposite conclusion.~
65 1, 88  knowing; and hence he says, in proof of the assertion ~quoted, "
66 1, 107  the ~knowledge acquired. A proof of this is that when anyone
67 1, 114  from receiving ~light. A proof of this is that the more
68 1, 114  subject to quantity. The ~proof taken from the weight of
69 2, 17  an ~act of the will. In proof of this, we must take note
70 2, 38  In either case there is a proof of friendship, viz. when
71 2, 39  rejection of bodily evil is the proof of the goodness of ~nature.~
72 2, 39  regards ~bodily pain, are a proof of the goodness of nature,
73 2, 40  anything out, is ~sometimes a proof of folly." But to attempt
74 2, 72  were led by insufficient proof." In ~this way to exceed
75 2, 105  demonstrative and infallible proof, and we must be content
76 2, 114  But as regards the second proof taken from the impediment
77 2, 2  reason provides sufficient proof, the merit of faith is altogether
78 2, 19  loves us. Now what greater proof could we ~have of this than
79 2, 24  did not so, it ~would be a proof of vengeful spite, and contrary
80 2, 31  But ~witnesses afford no proof in secret matters. Therefore
81 2, 32  because such like hatred is a proof of an already corrupted
82 2, 33  this, far from being a proof of ~humility, shows him
83 2, 36  sharp ~speech suitable for proof and refutation"  or whether
84 2, 58  unless there is evident proof of the contrary. And though
85 2, 58  just as "the soil gives proof ~of its fertility by producing
86 2, 62  obedience to God's commands is a proof that he fears Him.~Aquin.:
87 2, 66  he can offer ~sufficient proof, since it is the accuser'
88 2, 66  cannot offer sufficient proof, a man is not bound to ~
89 2, 66  to ~remember each one. A proof of this is the fact that
90 2, 68  therefore there can be ~no proof of the contrary, unless
91 2, 95  36): "Christ who ~gave proof of God's power by teaching
92 2, 121  danger, this is a very strong proof that habitual fortitude
93 2, 122  however, Scripture contains no proof ~of this, it is better to
94 2, 122  martyrs." ~Again the greatest proof of charity lies in the act
95 2, 122  martyrdom is the greatest proof of ~the perfection of charity:
96 2, 127  the other hand, it is a proof of defect, that a man thinks
97 2, 140  overcome by a stronger force is proof ~of a lesser vice, and to
98 2, 140  to a weaker force, is the proof of a ~greater vice.~Aquin.:
99 2, 150  to destroy by touch the proof of virginity that ~she sought."
100 2, 169  mentioned, which regards the proof of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT
101 2, 170  prophecy, which is ~the first proof of the reasonableness of
102 2, 176  declared, in another way in proof of a person's ~holiness,
103 2, 176  saints, since ~it is in proof of their holiness that miracles
104 2, 176  to him, but to the one in proof of whose holiness ~such
105 2, 177  every living thing gives proof of ~its life by that operation
106 2, 182  If the pastoral care is a proof of love, he who refuses ~
107 2, 182  face ~of a greater peril is proof of greater virtue. on the
108 2, 182  latter, since this is a proof of greater virtue.~Aquin.:
109 2, 185  who without any dogmatic proof, and with extreme daring,
110 2, 186  and such as have given ~proof of their conduct for a considerable
111 2, 187  example which is given in proof, of the newly baptized not ~
112 3, 1  could ~afford us a stronger proof of this than that the Son
113 3, 5  His body was ~real. The proof of this is threefold. First,
114 3, 5  mere imaginary likeness. In proof of this the ~Apostle subjoins (
115 3, 28  descended from David. But this proof ~would have availed nothing
116 3, 30  Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, proof should be omitted in things
117 3, 30  afterwards to ~have given the proof, alleging both the instance
118 3, 30  child. Therefore the angel's proof was insufficient to demonstrate
119 3, 30  And so the angel adduces a proof, not as ~a cure for unbelief,
120 3, 36  in such a way that ~the proof of His Godhead should not
121 3, 43  miracles are a sufficient proof of His Godhead?~Aquin.:
122 3, 43  worked were a sufficient proof of His ~Godhead?~Aquin.:
123 3, 43  worked were not a ~sufficient proof of His Godhead. For it is
124 3, 43  they were not a sufficient proof of His Godhead.~Aquin.:
125 3, 43  worked are not sufficient proof of His Godhead.~Aquin.:
126 3, 43  particular is not a sufficient proof of the ~universal. But any
127 3, 43  of them was a sufficient proof of His Godhead, by reason ~
128 3, 43  worked were a sufficient proof ~of His Godhead in three
129 3, 43  particular work is a sufficient proof of the whole power of that ~
130 3, 43  own power is a ~sufficient proof that He is God.~
131 3, 44  miracles to be a sufficient proof of His Godhead. Now this
132 3, 44  there need for miraculous proof of ~Christ's Godhead, when
133 3, 44  we should see in this a proof of ~God's goodness, for
134 3, 55  I answer that, The word "proof" is susceptible of a twofold
135 3, 55  ii; Rhetor. ~i]. Taking "proof" in the first sense, Christ
136 3, 55  because such argumentative proof ~would have to be grounded
137 3, 55  Para. 2/2~But if the term "proof" be taken in the second
138 3, 55  the Greek text, instead of proof has {tekmerion}, ~i.e. "
139 3, 55  sign affording positive proof" [*Cf. Prior. Anal. ii]. ~
140 3, 55  namely, ~by testimony; and by proof or sign: and each manifestation
141 3, 67  A[1], ad 2; AA[5],9). A proof of this is found ~also in
142 3, 68  morals are subjected to proof for a space of time. ~Secondly,
143 3, 80  in order to put them to proof. Because we read in the
144 3, 80  made ~spontaneously, or by proof of witnesses: but private
145 3, 81  without an accuser and evident proof. lest the Church's prelates
146 3, 89  and repentance Peter gives proof of greater confidence in
147 Suppl, 43 free; for it would ~be a proof of greatest fickleness if
148 Suppl, 43 must be ~dissolved; and for proof it is sufficient that the
149 Suppl, 43 that it is not always a proof of fickleness to ~rescind
150 Suppl, 45 everyone, unless there be proof ~of the contrary. Consequently
151 Suppl, 54 s father or mother: ~in proof of which it was said (Gn.
152 Suppl, 58 the matter to a practical proof: and if ~after three years,
153 Suppl, 58 to ~put this to practical proof the Church has fixed the
154 Suppl, 62 inveterate unbelief which is a ~proof of obstinacy wherein unbelief
155 Suppl, 62 retaliation, if he fails to bring proof. But this is impossible
156 Suppl, 65 simple fornication: and ~a proof of this is that Juda, who
157 Suppl, 66 guilty of fornication give proof of ~greater concupiscence,
158 Suppl, 76 argument affords a very good proof against those who ~held
159 Suppl, 78 will be no need of such proof at the general ~resurrection,
160 Suppl, 80 as to afford a complete proof that after His ~resurrection
161 Suppl, 89 potentiality ~(Met. ix): in proof of which an intelligible
162 Suppl, 93 contrary happens, because the "proof of love is in the performance
163 Suppl, 94 threatens the wicked is a proof of the resurrection ~of
164 Suppl, 94 this sense weeping is a proof ~of the body's resurrection,
165 Suppl, 94 light is not sufficient proof of its being of a ~different
166 Appen1, 2 nonsensical in itself and in its proof. In ~itself, because it
167 Appen1, 2 aggravates it. As to the proof, it ~is shown to be worthless,
