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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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experience

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1 1, 1 | by mere learning, but by experience of divine ~things." The 2 1, 1 | human reason brings its own experience." Therefore sacred doctrine ~ 3 1, 13 | proper operation, which we ~experience continually, to signify 4 1, 17 | by which we judge that we experience sensation. ~Since, however, 5 1, 51 | that they have had the experience, or have heard from such 6 1, 53 | made evident from sensible experience. Let there be ~a body of 7 1, 54 | have learnt ~many things by experience. But experience comes of 8 1, 54 | things by experience. But experience comes of many remembrances, 9 1, 54 | use the word "sentence." Experience can be attributed to ~the 10 1, 54 | faculty knowing them. We have experience when we know ~single objects 11 1, 58 | demons learn ~more things by experience." But experimental knowledge 12 1, 58 | is discursive: ~for, "one experience comes of many remembrances, 13 1, 58 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Experience is affirmed of angels and 14 1, 64 | by learning; or by long experience, as the things we learn 15 1, 64 | Nor can they learn by long experience: because ~experience comes 16 1, 64 | long experience: because ~experience comes of the senses. Consequently 17 1, 64 | thirdly, they know by ~long experience; not as deriving it from 18 1, 68 | cannot rest on a ~sphere, as experience shows. Therefore, since 19 1, 72 | As to plants, since they experience neither desire of ~propagation, 20 1, 73 | indeed, had a previous experience materially, ~as the rib 21 1, 52 | that they have had the experience, or have heard from such 22 1, 54 | made evident from sensible experience. Let there be ~a body of 23 1, 55 | have learnt ~many things by experience. But experience comes of 24 1, 55 | things by experience. But experience comes of many remembrances, 25 1, 55 | use the word "sentence." Experience can be attributed to ~the 26 1, 55 | faculty knowing them. We have experience when we know ~single objects 27 1, 59 | demons learn ~more things by experience." But experimental knowledge 28 1, 59 | is discursive: ~for, "one experience comes of many remembrances, 29 1, 59 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Experience is affirmed of angels and 30 1, 65 | by learning; or by long experience, as the things we learn 31 1, 65 | Nor can they learn by long experience: because ~experience comes 32 1, 65 | long experience: because ~experience comes of the senses. Consequently 33 1, 65 | thirdly, they know by ~long experience; not as deriving it from 34 1, 69 | cannot rest on a ~sphere, as experience shows. Therefore, since 35 1, 71 | As to plants, since they experience neither desire of ~propagation, 36 1, 72 | indeed, had a previous experience materially, ~as the rib 37 1, 78 | phantasms. And we ~know this by experience, since we perceive that 38 1, 80 | the intellect. Anyone can ~experience this in himself: for by 39 1, 80 | sense. ~Whence it is that we experience that the irascible and concupiscible ~ 40 1, 83 | knowledge. Secondly, ~anyone can experience this of himself, that when 41 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Experience shows that some understand 42 1, 87 | Aristotle's opinion, which experience corroborates, our intellect ~ 43 1, 87 | mode of ~knowledge which experience proves us to have.~Aquin.: 44 1, 88 | turning to ~the phantasms, as experience shows. Did this not proceed 45 1, 88 | learn many things by long experience, as Isidore says (De Summo 46 1, 93 | without ~bestowing on him the experience of which the angels are 47 1, 93 | knowledge is acquired by experience, as stated ~in Metaph. i, 48 1, 93 | man had not then gained experience of all ~things. Nor through 49 1, 93 | subsequently have known by experience. But as ~regards supernatural 50 1, 101 | it, man was to learn, by ~experience of the consequent punishment, 51 1, 113 | exceeds the ~human power and experience. And thus demons can work 52 1, 114 | manifestly false. For we know by ~experience that many things are done 53 1, 116 | particular things, the memory or experience of which he acquires through ~ 54 2, 23 | soul must, of necessity, ~experience difficulty or struggle at 55 2, 31 | other animals which do not experience sensible ~pleasure save 56 2, 34 | actions and passions, wherein experience is of great ~weight, example 57 2, 40 | contrary to hope?~(5) Whether experience is a cause of hope?~(6) 58 2, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether experience is a cause of hope?~Aquin.: 59 2, 40 | OBJ 1: It would seem that experience is not a cause of hope. 60 2, 40 | cause of hope. Because ~experience belongs to the cognitive 61 2, 40 | intellectual virtue needs experience and time." But ~hope is 62 2, 40 | above ~(A[2]). Therefore experience is not a cause of hope.~ 63 2, 40 | hope, on account of their experience"; whence it seems to follow ~ 64 2, 40 | it seems to follow ~that experience causes want of hope. But 65 2, 40 | of opposites. Therefore experience is not a cause of hope.~ 66 2, 40 | inexperience, rather than experience, seems to be a cause of 67 2, 40 | which ~seems to pertain to experience. Therefore experience is 68 2, 40 | to experience. Therefore experience is a cause of hope.~Aquin.: 69 2, 40 | strength, ~and, among others, experience: since by experience man 70 2, 40 | others, experience: since by experience man acquires the ~faculty 71 2, 40 | of hope. And then again experience is a cause of hope, in so ~ 72 2, 40 | possible, which before his ~experience he looked upon as impossible. 73 2, 40 | impossible. However, in this way, experience ~can cause a lack of hope: 74 2, 40 | impossible; so, conversely, experience ~makes a man consider as 75 2, 40 | thought ~possible. Accordingly experience causes hope in two ways, 76 2, 40 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Experience in matters pertaining to 77 2, 40 | in hope because of their experience, in ~so far as experience 78 2, 40 | experience, in ~so far as experience makes them think something 79 2, 40 | for ~the same reason as experience causes lack of hope.~Aquin.: 80 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, experience is a cause of hope, as stated 81 2, 40 | A[5]). ~But youth lacks experience. Therefore it is not a cause 82 2, 40 | suffered defeat, nor had experience of ~obstacles to their efforts, 83 2, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Not only experience, but also lack of experience, 84 2, 40 | experience, but also lack of experience, is, in ~some way, a cause 85 2, 42 | about evil ~things. But experience conduces to the increase 86 2, 42 | repelled. Since, therefore, ~experience increases a man's power 87 2, 45 | that "those who have ~no experience of danger are bold." But 88 2, 45 | danger are bold." But want of experience is a defect. ~Therefore 89 2, 45 | power, as bodily ~strength, experience of dangers, abundance of 90 2, 45 | OBJ 2: Those who have no experience of dangers are more daring, ~ 91 2, 45 | so that when he comes to experience the danger, he feels the ~ 92 2, 45 | the midst of ~danger, they experience nothing unforeseen, but 93 2, 65 | the habits of moral virtue experience difficulty in their ~works, 94 2, 65 | virtues, in so ~far as they experience difficulty in the acts of 95 2, 66 | in making use of it. Now experience shows that a man is ~more 96 2, 77 | 77] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Experience, however, shows that many 97 2, 89 | gloss says: ~"Having had no experience of God's severity, it was 98 2, 95 | persons who surpass us in experience, age and prudence, as to 99 2, 97 | singular matters, except by ~experience, which "requires time," 100 2, 98 | man was able to learn from experience that his reason was ~deficient, 101 2, 112 | not receive it, does not experience. ~Yet this knowledge is 102 2, 112 | as through ~acts man has experience of their inward principles: 103 2, 24 | pleasure. Likewise they experience no clashing of wills, since 104 2, 33 | De ~Instit. Monast. x): "Experience shows that the onslaught 105 2, 45 | Wis. ~9:14). Nevertheless experience reduces the infinity of 106 2, 45 | perfected by memory and experience so as to ~judge promptly 107 2, 45 | its acquisition demands experience and time" (Ethic. ii, 1), ~ 108 2, 45 | teaching; it therefore demands ~experience and time." Now prudence 109 2, 45 | nature, but by teaching ~and experience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 110 2, 45 | acquired by discovery ~through experience, or through teaching.~Aquin.: 111 2, 45 | also because of their long experience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 112 2, 45 | engendering of prudence requires experience which is made up "of many ~ 113 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The experience required by prudence results 114 2, 47 | acquired and perfected by experience, ~whereas memory is in us 115 2, 47 | Post. i. 32]). But we need experience to discover what is true 116 2, 47 | engendered and fostered by experience and time." ~Now experience 117 2, 47 | experience and time." ~Now experience is the result of many memories 118 2, 47 | demonstrations, for their experience ~gives them an insight into 119 2, 58 | Thirdly, this is due to long experience: wherefore the ~Philosopher 120 2, 58 | suspicion, in as much as experience leads ~to certainty which 121 2, 75 | into ~himself or by his experience of others, thought that 122 2, 93 | experiences of ~men. Now it is the experience of all that dreams are significative 123 2, 95 | The Blessed Agatha had experience of God's kindness towards 124 2, 95 | tithes, they would prove ~by experience the favors which God would 125 2, 95 | learnt divine thing through experience of them." It is in this 126 2, 115 | want that results from the experience of want ~hinders those who 127 2, 121 | through ignorance; or through experience, as soldiers," both of which ~ 128 2, 126 | result of warlike art or experience; the third ~is the fortitude 129 2, 132 | are ~about external things experience a certain difficulty arising 130 2, 143 | not so well known to us by experience as virtue which we ~practice 131 2, 150 | of the flesh free of all experience of ~venereal pleasure. Now 132 2, 150 | keep oneself free ~from the experience of venereal pleasure has 133 2, 150 | and freedom from venereal ~experience. But they have not that 134 2, 150 | should cease to have had that experience. For God cannot ~make that 135 2, 161 | fact that, "having had no experience of God's severity, he thought ~ 136 2, 170 | acquire it by means of experience, wherein they are helped 137 2, 170 | effects, to which human experience may extend. Secondly, because 138 2, 170 | those things of which he has experience, and among ~which his life 139 2, 171 | the prophet's previous ~experience of things would be inoperative. 140 2, 171 | revealed, and then ~previous experience is operative in the production 141 2, 179 | prudence, both on account of experience, and ~on account of the 142 2, 186 | he says: "It has been our experience ~that those who have attempted 143 3, 12 | knowledge is acquired by experience. But Christ did ~not experience 144 3, 12 | experience. But Christ did ~not experience everything. Therefore He 145 3, 12 | Christ, though He did not experience ~all things, came to the 146 3, 12 | things from what He did ~experience.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[12] A[ 147 3, 12 | essence, but ~merely by experience, i.e. by comparing the infused 148 3, 12 | Christ's knowledge ~grew in experience, e.g. by comparing the infused 149 3, 12 | grade of knowledge by way of experience. Hence Gregory ~says (Sup. 150 3, 15 | because He did not ~know it by experience; but He knew it by simple 151 3, 44 | strive to ~return to God, we experience further and more grievous 152 3, 45 | as yet any knowledge from experience of the glory to come. Therefore ~ 153 3, 89 | in my opinion, found by experience, that some assumed a pretended ~ 154 Suppl, 15| into sin when he has had experience of the punishment. ~Wherefore, 155 Suppl, 54| 40): "We have ~learnt by experience that the children of such 156 Suppl, 72| shall learn more then by experience of the things themselves ~ 157 Suppl, 79| immortal, for they had no ~experience of man otherwise than in 158 Suppl, 93| difficulty certain persons experience in abstaining from the ~ 159 Suppl, 93| In some respects virgins experience a greater conflict in ~remaining 160 Suppl, 93| concupiscence, and by the desire of ~experience, which arises from a certain 161 Suppl, 93| In these respects widows experience the ~lesser conflict, yet 162 Suppl, 95| A[3], ad 2], by actual experience thereof and by hoping ~to


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