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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | necessary that ~man should be taught by a divine revelation; 2 1, 1 | necessary that they should be ~taught divine truths by divine 3 1, 1 | reason, may not also be taught us ~by another science so 4 1, 1 | authority the principles taught him by the ~mathematician, 5 1, 1 | Nom. ii): ~"Hierotheus is taught not by mere learning, but 6 1, 1 | spiritual truths are fittingly taught under the likeness of ~material 7 1, 1 | Hence those things that are taught metaphorically in one part 8 1, 1 | Scripture, in other parts are taught more openly. The very hiding 9 1, 3 | Dinant, ~who most absurdly taught that God was primary matter. 10 1, 13 | other ~names; and this was taught by Rabbi Moses. Others say 11 1, 15 | supposed by those who have taught that ~God created only the 12 1, 15 | Plato's teaching, who first taught ideas, as Augustine says ~( 13 1, 18 | this sense that Plato also taught that God moves Himself; 14 1, 22 | was made by chance. Others taught that incorruptible things 15 1, 22 | viii, 3), is ~exploded. He taught a threefold providence. 16 1, 23 | predestination. For the Pelagians taught that the ~beginning of doing 17 1, 32 | anything of God but what is ~taught to us by the Holy Scripture." 18 1, 32 | principally as divinely taught, as the trinity and ~unity 19 1, 57 | creation; others they are taught afterwards, as ~befits their 20 1, 66 | except Anaxagoras, who taught that the intellect alone 21 1, 66 | incorruption, Avicebron taught unity ~of matter in all 22 1, 66 | ancient natural philosophers taught that the substratum of ~ 23 1, 68 | philosophers ~of antiquity, who taught that water was a body infinite 24 1, 68 | These philosophers also taught that not all corporeal things 25 1, 58 | creation; others they are taught afterwards, as ~befits their 26 1, 67 | except Anaxagoras, who taught that the intellect alone 27 1, 67 | incorruption, Avicebron taught unity ~of matter in all 28 1, 67 | ancient natural philosophers taught that the substratum of ~ 29 1, 69 | philosophers ~of antiquity, who taught that water was a body infinite 30 1, 69 | These philosophers also taught that not all corporeal things 31 1, 87 | first of all. ~For Plato taught that immaterial subsisting 32 1, 87 | Arabian Philosopher; ob. 1183] taught that by the ~understanding 33 1, 88 | men ~that they have to be taught by sensible examples.~Aquin.: 34 1, 104 | the intellect of the one taught. But ~it is written (Ps. 35 1, 104 | without studying or ~being taught. Therefore not everything 36 1, 105 | the heavenly beings are taught Divine science by the higher ~ 37 1, 105 | superiors are enlightened and ~taught by their inferiors, as the 38 1, 105 | account superiors ~may be taught by inferiors.~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 22 | ii) ~Hierotheus "to be taught by a kind of yet more Godlike 40 2, 37 | men are more apt to be taught by God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 41 2, 63 | about," etc., says: "He taught ~them natural virtues, i.e. 42 2, 94 | natural law, "which nature has taught to ~all animals" [*Pandect. 43 2, 98 | consequently he was not taught by Him immediately. ~Accordingly 44 2, 100 | instruction, whereby we are taught about ~the things of God: 45 2, 100 | from God, through being taught by wise men. Nevertheless 46 2, 101 | Objection: because men were taught ~by Him to practice more 47 2, 101 | directed men to Christ, Who taught ~them to worship God "in 48 2, 101 | and the like have to be taught and improved by means ~of 49 2, 102 | Holies: whereby ~we are taught that man's final perfection 50 2, 103 | would not have needed to be taught about these things, if ~ 51 2, 103 | divulged, ~wherein Our Lord taught that "not that which entereth 52 2, 104 | divine worship had to ~be taught under certain figures, because 53 2, 106 | 2/2~Now the Holy Ghost taught the apostles all truth in 54 2, 107 | children who need to be taught how they are to achieve 55 2, 107 | regard to this precept, He taught that the ~intention of the 56 2, 108 | Therefore Our Lord ~unbecomingly taught that only in respect of 57 2, 108 | In the second place He taught ~us that we must not place 58 2, 1 | same doctrine of faith is taught in all the symbols. ~Nevertheless, 59 2, 2 | cannot attain unless ~he be taught by God, according to Jn. 60 2, 5 | otherwise, ~if, of the things taught by the Church, he holds 61 2, 10 | compelled Paul and afterwards taught Him."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] 62 2, 11 | chooses not what Christ really taught, but the suggestions of 63 2, 11 | faith that we have been taught in the Catholic ~Church. 64 2, 13 | inspiration the Church is taught," and ~therefore, seemingly, 65 2, 41 | namely, the truth which is taught, and the act of teaching. ~ 66 2, 41 | being, so that they might be taught first of ~all that such 67 2, 47 | very great need of being taught by ~others, especially by 68 2, 47 | docility to ~be ready to be taught: and consequently docility 69 2, 81 | Lord (Mt. 6 and Lk. 11) taught His disciples to ask ~definitely 70 2, 90 | religion ~is that man may be taught by God Whom he worships; 71 2, 92 | their study of the world and taught in the ~schools: while the 72 2, 95 | gloss, "prays for what God taught ~him to pray for, yet does 73 2, 99 | Pharisees (Mt. 15:3-6) who taught ~that for the sake of religion 74 2, 102 | under God, by Whom he ~is taught either by the natural or 75 2, 115 | in the ~Gospel nothing is taught that does not pertain to 76 2, 130 | man know Him ~unless he be taught of Him Who knows." It is 77 2, 138 | need for the ~people to be taught how to fight, even in a 78 2, 138 | Testament men were to be ~taught how to come to the possession 79 2, 144 | to ~God: "This hast Thou taught me, that I should set myself 80 2, 152 | reason: whereas the Jews, taught by the Divine law, ~considered 81 2, 165 | of ~Jer. 9:5, "They have taught their tongue to speak lies, 82 2, 165 | whom it is unlawful to be taught, ~as in the case of those 83 2, 169 | they know through ~being taught of God, according to the 84 2, 172 | patriarchs were prophetically taught things pertinent to faith 85 2, 172 | the patriarchs had been taught ~to believe in a general 86 2, 174 | others ~should need to be taught by others, either as to 87 2, 175 | sight of my ~mother, and she taught me [*Vulg.: 'I was my father' 88 2, 175 | sight of my mother. And he taught me.']." Therefore ~this 89 2, 184 | of the bishops, and is ~taught by their godlike enlightenment." 90 2, 185 | idle, for idleness hath taught much evil." Thirdly, it 91 2, 186 | meditation in ~God's law, was taught them by the Holy Ghost."~ 92 2, 186 | the Founder of poverty, taught by His example. For He had 93 2, 186 | perfection which Christ ~taught by His example. Moreover, 94 2, 187 | Mother ~Church, by being taught the rudiments of faith. 95 2, 187 | doctrine, by which we are taught the Word made ~flesh, to 96 2, 187 | Jesus before they have been ~taught the conditions of righteousness [* 97 3, 1 | First, because ~man is taught by it not to prefer the 98 3, 1 | because we are thereby taught how great is man's ~dignity, 99 3, 2 | receive it as the ~Fathers taught, viz. that from the Divine 100 3, 7 | unto death." And hence He taught nothing pertaining to merit 101 3, 9 | discovery and by being taught - the way of discovery is 102 3, 9 | higher, and ~the way of being taught is secondary. Hence it is 103 3, 9 | discovery than by being taught, ~especially since He was 104 3, 12 | Gentiles." Now ~a master is not taught, but teaches. Therefore 105 3, 12 | dignity that He ~should be taught by any man.~Aquin.: SMT 106 3, 12 | just as it is better to be taught by God than by man, so it 107 3, 12 | may acquire it by being taught. ~But our Lord did nothing 108 3, 12 | 4:3,4: "Behold thou hast taught many ~and hast strengthened 109 3, 12 | staggering." Therefore Christ was taught by angels.~Aquin.: SMT TP 110 3, 12 | Divine law, whereby men are taught by means of angels.~Aquin.: 111 3, 12 | Now to teach ~and to be taught do not belong to the same. 112 3, 18 | what the Prophets of old taught us ~concerning Christ, and 113 3, 18 | concerning Christ, and as He taught us Himself, and the Symbol 114 3, 21 | Now ~Christ did what He taught, according to Acts 1:1: " 115 3, 27 | we do not read that she taught ~which is the act of wisdom; 116 3, 29 | example the faithful are taught that if ~after marriage 117 3, 30 | angels were the first to be ~taught the Divine mystery of the 118 3, 36 | Ghost, and are wont to be taught thereby, without the guidance 119 3, 36 | Hom. x in Evang.), we are taught to ~offer gold, "which signifies 120 3, 39 | do not read that Christ taught or worked miracles ~before 121 3, 39 | to the ~world if He had taught for a longer time, beginning 122 3, 39 | have been baptized or have taught in His ~boyhood.~Aquin.: 123 3, 40 | a place of solitude, He taught us to do nothing for ~show, 124 3, 40 | 2: Further, what Christ taught, that He also did, according 125 3, 40 | do and to teach." But He taught (Mt. 15:11) that ~"not" 126 3, 42 | taking offense, publicly taught the truth which they ~hated, 127 3, 42 | Whether Christ should have taught all things openly?~Aquin.: 128 3, 42 | that Christ should not have taught all things ~openly. For 129 3, 42 | openly. For we read that He taught many things to His disciples 130 3, 42 | the vileness of the things taught; thus ~Augustine says on 131 3, 43 | from the very fact that He taught that He was God; for unless ~ 132 3, 44 | for the ~faith which He taught. Now, by the power of His 133 3, 44 | By this, moreover, we are taught, as Bede ~says on Mk. 9: 134 3, 44 | came into the world and taught in order to save man, according 135 3, 53 | the mystical sense we are taught that Christ by "His one 136 3, 66 | unlettered folk need to be taught by some sensible signs, 137 3, 69 | They shall all be taught of ~God."~Aquin.: SMT TP 138 3, 70 | who lived before the Law, taught their families ~concerning 139 3, 71 | begins to ~live before being taught. Therefore man should not 140 3, 71 | not be catechized, i.e. ~taught, before being baptized.~ 141 3, 71 | are not capable of being taught, since they have not the ~ 142 3, 71 | through others they may be taught. And ~therefore, as they 143 3, 71 | that ~by which a man is taught the rudiments of faith, 144 3, 80 | unworthily; whence we are taught what need there is to beware 145 3, 83 | cannot err, since she is taught by the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 146 Suppl, 41| law is what nature has taught all animals" [*Digest. I, 147 Suppl, 54| law is what "nature has taught all animals," ~as stated 148 Suppl, 54| law, ~because nature has taught this to animals: yet she 149 Suppl, 54| to animals: yet she has taught this union ~to various animals 150 Suppl, 65| is that which nature has taught all ~animals," as stated 151 Suppl, 65| jure). Now nature has not taught all animals that one male 152 Suppl, 65| right is what nature has taught all ~animals." Accordingly 153 Suppl, 72| reason the lower angels are taught concerning certain matters 154 Suppl, 86| thirdly that one should have taught others this same justice; 155 Suppl, 93| result of studying and ~being taught. Now the things that are


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