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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    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 | co-eternal 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 | co-eternal 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,


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