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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | predicate ~and subject is unknown, the proposition will be 2 1, 12 | everything infinite, as such, is unknown. But God is ~infinite, as 3 1, 12 | Therefore in Himself He is ~unknown.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 4 1, 12 | made perfect by form, is unknown ~in itself, because all 5 1, 12 | follow that any part of it is unknown, either ~the subject, or 6 1, 12 | Him as to ~one entirely unknown. He says the same of Moses, 7 1, 12 | united to Him as to one unknown; ~still we know Him more 8 1, 13 | But the divine ~nature is unknown to us. Therefore this name " 9 1, 14 | proceed from the known to the unknown. Hence it is manifest that 10 1, 14 | known, the second is still unknown; and thus the second is 11 1, 14 | were ~previously, effects unknown; but He knows the effects 12 1, 14 | anything known by us should be unknown to ~God; and thus against 13 1, 14 | the infinite, ~as such, is unknown; since the infinite is that 14 1, 29 | Substantial differences being unknown to us, or at least ~unnamed 15 1, 57 | is known to us, should be unknown ~to God (De Anima i, text. 16 1, 57 | minority of cases are quite ~unknown; such as casual and chance 17 1, 58 | and which was previously ~unknown. But if in the thing perceived 18 1, 58 | acquire knowledge of an unknown truth in this way, by ~syllogizing 19 1, 77 | which in themselves are unknown to ~us, are known by their 20 1, 58 | is known to us, should be unknown ~to God (De Anima i, text. 21 1, 58 | minority of cases are quite ~unknown; such as casual and chance 22 1, 59 | and which was previously ~unknown. But if in the thing perceived 23 1, 59 | acquire knowledge of an unknown truth in this way, by ~syllogizing 24 1, 76 | which in themselves are unknown to ~us, are known by their 25 1, 83 | united to God ~as to the unknown," as Dionysius says (Myst. 26 1, 84 | become ~acquainted with unknown effects, and sometimes conversely.~ 27 1, 85 | considered ~as such, is unknown."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 28 1, 85 | Himself known; but He is unknown to us by ~reason of our 29 1, 88 | enables them to tell things unknown to us." ~But agility of 30 1, 88 | that external things are ~unknown to them." But Augustine ( 31 1, 93 | the knowledge of something unknown; ~such as the medium in 32 1, 102 | archer, who knows the end unknown to the arrow. Wherefore, 33 1, 104 | may be ~known to one, but unknown to others. Wherefore a thing 34 1, 105 | an enlightening of things unknown, ~that leads them to more 35 1, 105 | superior angels know would be unknown to the ~inferior angels. 36 1, 106 | lifted to the sublime and unknown methods of ~interior speech."~ 37 1, 109 | created nature by a power unknown ~to us, it is called a miracle 38 1, 114 | delirium should speak an unknown tongue, recite poetry and ~ 39 1, 116 | advancing from the known to the ~unknown, he obtains knowledge of 40 1, 116 | knowledge of things previously unknown to him; according to what ~ 41 1, 116 | known to knowledge of the ~unknown, in a twofold manner. Firstly, 42 1, 116 | knowledge of truth previously unknown. Secondly, by strengthening 43 2, 1 | end, never acts for an ~unknown end. On the other hand, 44 2, 3 | to something ~altogether unknown. But that which is seen 45 2, 3 | essence is not ~altogether unknown. Therefore the final perfection 46 2, 4 | to the desire of things unknown," ~as Gregory says (Hom. 47 2, 6 | non-voluntariness," since that which is unknown cannot be ~actually willed. 48 2, 19 | But the eternal law is ~unknown to us. Therefore it cannot 49 2, 19 | Although the eternal law is unknown to us according as it ~is 50 2, 32 | which the cause either is unknown to him, or ~surpasses his 51 2, 32 | truth, than to seek for the unknown, the ~contemplation of what 52 2, 76 | that which is absolutely unknown: ~but if something be known 53 2, 76 | known in one respect, and unknown in another, the ~will can 54 2, 76 | cannot be about what is unknown. ~Therefore what a man does 55 2, 93 | Divine mind. Therefore it is unknown to all save God alone.~Aquin.: 56 2, 107 | Hom. x [*The work of an unknown ~author]) say: "The commandments 57 2, 112 | His very ~excellence is unknown to us, according to Job 58 2, 112 | object or end of grace is unknown to us on account ~of the 59 2, 1 | equally by all, is ~equally unknown by all as an object of science: 60 2, 26 | knows not," where by things unknown he means the intelligible 61 2, 26 | disposes man to love the ~unknown.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 62 2, 26 | in this life. ~For the "unknown cannot be loved" as Augustine 63 2, 26 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the unknown cannot be loved, it does 64 2, 60 | away, or because he is unknown to us. Therefore restitution 65 2, 60 | whom restitution is due is unknown ~altogether, restitution 66 2, 71 | by revealing something unknown ~about him; fourthly, by 67 2, 71 | mortal sin. Now, to reveal an unknown sin, which pertains to ~ 68 2, 81 | proceed from the known to the unknown. ~Now prayer is not reducible 69 2, 89 | him our thoughts which are unknown to him. ~Wherefore we praise 70 2, 93 | foretell certain future things ~unknown to men, but known to him 71 2, 93 | from the research of the unknown by invoking the ~demon.~ 72 2, 93 | due to an instinct that, unknown ~to man, lies hidden in 73 2, 93 | sortilege, because ~something unknown is sought by their means. 74 2, 93 | the knowledge of something unknown. If by casting lots one 75 2, 93 | fear of God; but hidden and unknown ~crimes must be left to 76 2, 112 | those who are strangers or ~unknown to us. Hence there is no 77 2, 112 | in like manner known ~and unknown, companions and strangers." 78 2, 142 | strangers and ~persons entirely unknown to us, who are ignorant 79 2, 160 | For Jerome [*Reference unknown] says that "nothing is ~ 80 2, 169 | the common principle is unknown, or ~known only in a general 81 2, 171 | is understood ~cannot be unknown. Therefore the prophet is 82 2, 173 | above ~nature" [*Reference unknown; Cf. De Veritate xiii, 1]. 83 2, 174 | the words uttered being unknown, or from the ~figures of 84 2, 185 | in a letter ~[*Reference unknown]: "Beware lest whereas thy 85 3, 5 | lxv, qu. 4, work of an ~unknown author]): "I call Christ 86 3, 10 | infinite of itself, is ~unknown: inasmuch as it is, as it 87 3, 11 | in order ~to find out the unknown. But the soul of Christ 88 3, 21 | lest the Son should be unknown." Secondly, to give us an 89 3, 27 | his elders, though as yet unknown to the infant. Hence in 90 3, 36 | whether it be ~entirely unknown, so that no one can hear 91 3, 41 | in regard ~to something unknown. But the power of Christ 92 3, 55 | above. But it is quite unknown in what places He was bodily 93 3, 55 | nothing can be known from the unknown. And if such principles 94 3, 60 | proper to discover ~the unknown by means of the known. Consequently 95 3, 80 | witnesses: but private and unknown crimes ~are to be left to 96 3, 81 | Christ as God; but it ~was unknown to Him, after the manner 97 3, 84 | the authorship of which is unknown]: "What remains ~for us 98 3, 84 | the authorship of which is unknown]: "In doing penance ~grief 99 3, 84 | authorship ~of which is unknown]: "The penitent should ever 100 3, 84 | authorship of which ~is unknown], said that, after Baptism, 101 3, 84 | authorship of which is unknown], "Our Lord gave sight to 102 3, 84 | authorship of which is unknown), "it is evident that sins 103 3, 85 | the authorship of which is unknown]: "Penance is the ~vengeance 104 3, 85 | authorship of which is ~unknown]. But vengeance seems to 105 3, 86 | the authorship of which is unknown]: "There are many who ~repent 106 3, 86 | authorship of ~which is unknown], that "it is irreverent 107 3, 86 | the authorship of which is unknown]: "Our Lord never ~healed 108 3, 87 | the authorship of which is unknown], that "there is a ~penance 109 Suppl, 2 | Poenitentia [*Work of an unknown author]), ~that the penitent 110 Suppl, 3 | Contritione Cordis, work of ~an unknown author] confesses that " 111 Suppl, 4 | Poenitentia, work of an unknown author] says that "when 112 Suppl, 4 | Poenitentia, work of an ~unknown author] says: "The penitent 113 Suppl, 8 | Poenitentia [*Work of an unknown ~author]: "He who wishes 114 Suppl, 9 | Poenitentia, work of an unknown author]. Therefore confession ~ 115 Suppl, 11| confession, is, as it ~were, unknown, since a man knows it, not 116 Suppl, 20| Poenitentia [*Work of an unknown ~author]), "no man should 117 Suppl, 23| the excommunication is unknown, or in the case of strangers 118 Suppl, 52| marriage except when it is ~unknown to the other party, even 119 Suppl, 52| positive law that slavery if unknown is an ~impediment to matrimony, 120 Suppl, 52| bondage of the ~husband, if unknown to the wife, is an impediment 121 Suppl, 58| is neither ~perpetual nor unknown. Therefore it is not an 122 Suppl, 59| not, but only where it is ~unknown. Hence there is no comparison 123 Suppl, 62| husband whose adultery is unknown put away his ~wife, who 124 Suppl, 72| Therefore our prayers are unknown to the saints.~Aquin.: SMT 125 Suppl, 72| anything ~outside that glory is unknown to them." Therefore they 126 Suppl, 72| though they notified things unknown to ~Him, but because they 127 Suppl, 74| contrary, That which is unknown to the angels will be much 128 Suppl, 74| angels will be much more ~unknown to men: because those things 129 Suppl, 74| ordinance alone, which is unknown to us. Wherefore however 130 Suppl, 79| essential ~differences are unknown to us, we sometimes employ 131 Suppl, 85| it will take place at an unknown time?~(4) Whether it will 132 Suppl, 85| of the future judgment is unknown?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[88] A[ 133 Suppl, 85| future judgment is not ~unknown. For just as the holy Fathers 134 Suppl, 85| certain ~things which are unknown to any mere creature. Now 135 Suppl, 87| Spiritu et Anima, work of an unknown author. St. Thomas, De Anima, ~ 136 Suppl, 88| world's end is stated to be unknown.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 137 Suppl, 89| united to Him as to something unknown. Now that which is seen 138 Suppl, 89| seen in its ~essence is not unknown. Therefore it is impossible 139 Suppl, 89| infinite thing, as such, is unknown. But God is ~in every way 140 Suppl, 89| Therefore He is altogether unknown. Therefore it ~will be impossible 141 Suppl, 89| to Him as to something ~unknown. In heaven, however, we 142 Suppl, 89| OBJ 12: The infinite is unknown if we take it in the privative ~ 143 Suppl, 91| that external things are unknown to ~them." [*Concerning 144 Suppl, 94| spiritual pleasure and pain are unknown to the majority, ~these


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