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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | are ~ignorant of future contingent things, and of secret thoughts; 2 1, 14 | Whether He knows future contingent things?~(14) Whether He 3 1, 14 | knowledge of God is of future contingent things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 14 | of God is not of future contingent ~things. For from a necessary 5 1, 14 | knowledge of God is not of contingent things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 6 1, 14 | knowledge of God is not of ~contingent things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 14 | than ours. But no future contingent ~things must necessarily 8 1, 14 | necessarily be. Therefore no contingent future thing is known ~by 9 1, 14 | Now the works of men are contingent, being subject to free will. ~ 10 1, 14 | Therefore God knows future contingent things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 11 1, 14 | some of these are future contingent to us, it follows that God ~ 12 1, 14 | follows that God ~knows future contingent things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 13 1, 14 | we must consider that a contingent thing can be ~considered 14 1, 14 | neither ~is it considered as contingent (as having reference) to 15 1, 14 | sitting down. In another way a contingent thing ~can be considered 16 1, 14 | considered ~as future, and as a contingent thing not yet determined 17 1, 14 | to one; forasmuch ~as a contingent cause has relation to opposite 18 1, 14 | things: and in this sense ~a contingent thing is not subject to 19 1, 14 | Hence, ~whoever knows a contingent effect in its cause only, 20 1, 14 | of it. Now God knows all contingent things not only ~as they 21 1, 14 | in ~itself. And although contingent things become actual successively, ~ 22 1, 14 | nevertheless God knows contingent things not successively, 23 1, 14 | Hence it is manifest that contingent ~things are infallibly known 24 1, 14 | presentiality; yet they are future contingent ~things in relation to their 25 1, 14 | necessary, the effect may be ~contingent by reason of the proximate 26 1, 14 | reason of the proximate contingent cause; just as the ~germination 27 1, 14 | germination of a plant is contingent by reason of the proximate ~ 28 1, 14 | reason of the proximate ~contingent cause, although the movement 29 1, 14 | things known by God are contingent on ~account of their proximate 30 1, 14 | antecedent, "God knew this contingent to ~be future," is not necessary, 31 1, 14 | is not necessary, but contingent; because, although it is ~ 32 1, 14 | that this antecedent is contingent, because it is a ~compound 33 1, 14 | compound of necessary and contingent; as this saying is contingent, ~" 34 1, 14 | contingent; as this saying is contingent, ~"Socrates is a white man." 35 1, 14 | we ~say, "God knew this contingent to be future," contingent 36 1, 14 | contingent to be future," contingent is used here ~only as the 37 1, 14 | applies to necessary and ~contingent. Hence it must be said that 38 1, 14 | the ~consequent, which is contingent by reason of the proximate 39 1, 14 | cause, and the consequent a contingent ~effect; as, for example, 40 1, 14 | forasmuch as we know future contingent ~things as such; but (they 41 1, 14 | itself; for what is future contingent ~in itself, cannot be known 42 1, 19 | And so the divine will is contingent upon one or the other of 43 1, 19 | imperfect, since everything contingent is imperfect and mutable.~ 44 1, 19 | non-necessary relation to some contingent ~events on this earth, owing 45 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 5: A naturally contingent cause must be determined 46 1, 19 | thought fit to attribute ~contingent effects to other causes, 47 1, 19 | and what He produces by contingent causes contingent.~Aquin.: 48 1, 19 | produces by contingent causes contingent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 49 1, 19 | effect of a first cause is contingent on account of ~the secondary 50 1, 19 | distinction between the contingent and the necessary is to 51 1, 19 | to others ~defectible and contingent causes, from which arise 52 1, 19 | causes, from which arise contingent effects. ~Hence it is not 53 1, 19 | the proximate causes are contingent that the ~effects willed 54 1, 19 | but because God prepared ~contingent causes for them, it being 55 1, 22 | the right reason of things contingent ~concerning which there 56 1, 22 | nature of some ~things to be contingent. Divine providence does 57 1, 22 | of necessity; for others contingent ~causes, that they may happen 58 1, 22 | speaking ~'necessary' and "contingent" are consequent upon being, 59 1, 78 | part by which it knows contingent things. And he proves this ~ 60 1, 78 | soul are ordained." Now ~contingent and necessary are generically 61 1, 78 | and ~temporal the same as contingent, it seems that what the 62 1, 78 | for it regards only things contingent. Neither must we say, ~without 63 1, 78 | power by which it knows contingent ~things: because it knows 64 1, 78 | the other hand, it knows contingent things, but imperfectly; 65 1, 78 | of which he inquires. For contingent and necessary, though differing ~ 66 1, 81 | were not necessary, but contingent, ~there would at least be 67 1, 81 | first principles; such as contingent propositions, the denial 68 1, 82 | various things. For reason in contingent matters may ~follow opposite 69 1, 82 | particular operations are contingent, and therefore in ~such 70 1, 85 | infinite?~(3) Whether it knows contingent things?~(4) Whether it knows 71 1, 85 | Whether our intellect can know contingent things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 72 1, 85 | the intellect cannot know contingent things: ~because, as the 73 1, 85 | wisdom and knowledge are not contingent, but necessary ~things.~ 74 1, 85 | Therefore, as it is proper to a ~contingent thing sometime to be and 75 1, 85 | not to be, it seems that ~contingent things are not known by 76 1, 85 | some sciences ~are of the contingent things, as the moral sciences, 77 1, 85 | Therefore ~the intellect knows contingent things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 78 1, 85 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Contingent things can be considered 79 1, 85 | in two ways; either ~as contingent, or as containing some element 80 1, 85 | necessity, since every ~contingent thing has in it something 81 1, 85 | Socrates runs, is in itself contingent; but the relation of running 82 1, 85 | above (A[1]). Therefore the contingent, ~considered as such, is 83 1, 85 | necessary principles of contingent ~things are known only by 84 1, 85 | necessary things, some of contingent things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 85 1, 85 | applied above (A[3]) to contingent things. For future things ~ 86 1, 92 | Nom. ii): "Effects are contingent ~images of their causes." 87 1, 92 | Dionysius says that effects are "contingent images ~of their causes"; 88 1, 93 | thoughts of men, ~future contingent events, and some individual 89 1, 93 | thoughts, and of future contingent events, as stated above ( 90 1, 102 | necessity, and nothing is ~contingent; which is false. Therefore 91 1, 102 | Certain effects are said to be contingent as compared to ~their proximate 92 2, 2 | often fails, ~especially in contingent singulars, such as are human 93 2, 10 | viz. by that which is contingent: as we have said ~of the 94 2, 10 | of ~necessity; but from contingent causes, effects follow contingently. ~ 95 2, 10 | but its ~movement remains contingent and not necessary, except 96 2, 13 | is ~about things that are contingent and possible to us. In such 97 2, 14 | actions are ~concerned with contingent singulars, which by reason 98 2, 14 | we must take note that in contingent ~particular cases, in order 99 2, 14 | properly speaking, with contingent ~singulars. Now the knowledge 100 2, 14 | bear on things singular and contingent. ~Consequently, properly 101 2, 14 | certainty is not to be had in ~contingent singulars, which are variable 102 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In contingent singulars, something may 103 2, 57 | for they are both "about contingent matters that ~may be otherwise 104 2, 57 | conformity with ~things in contingent matters, but only in necessary 105 2, 57 | speculative habit about contingent things is an intellectual 106 2, 57 | human will; but only in contingent matters which can be effected 107 2, 57 | Hence it is only about contingent matters that an ~intellectual 108 2, 60 | moral ~matters, which are contingent matters of action, there 109 2, 67 | than that of particular and contingent things. Now the ~knowledge 110 2, 67 | things. Now the ~knowledge of contingent particulars remains in man 111 2, 76 | geometrical theorems, and contingent particulars, except in ~ 112 2, 89 | as a necessary, ~but as a contingent disposition, just as work 113 2, 91 | which are singular and contingent: but not with necessary 114 2, 91 | judgment, ~especially on contingent and particular matters, 115 2, 93 | created by God, whether it be ~contingent or necessary, is subject 116 2, 94 | other hand, is busied with ~contingent matters, about which human 117 2, 96 | i, 3). Consequently in contingent matters, such as ~natural 118 2, 4 | object of which is some true, contingent thing, that can be made 119 2, 4 | intellectual virtues are about contingent matter, viz. prudence and 120 2, 43 | of operation ~which are contingent. But wisdom is about Divine 121 2, 43 | they are the rules of the contingent things which are the ~subject-matter 122 2, 45 | and "prudence" ~are about contingent things, art being concerned 123 2, 45 | matter of prudence is the ~contingent singulars about which are 124 2, 45 | prudence which is about contingent matters of action. But science 125 2, 46 | of the present, whether ~contingent or necessary, is called " 126 2, 47 | answer that, Prudence regards contingent matters of action, as stated ~ 127 2, 47 | some primary singular and contingent ~practical matter, viz. 128 2, 47 | human providence except the contingent matters of actions which 129 2, 47 | prudence is concerned, are ~contingent matters of action, wherein, 130 2, 49 | matters of action which are ~contingent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[51] A[ 131 2, 50 | grasp the singular and ~contingent things which may occur, 132 2, 58 | uncertain opinion about contingent singulars. Since then human ~ 133 2, 58 | which are about singular and contingent ~matters, it seems that 134 2, 58 | perfection to know the truth of ~contingent singulars in themselves.~ 135 2, 68 | because they a about things contingent and ~variable. Hence the 136 2, 87 | infallibly true. But particular contingent facts regarding man cannot ~ 137 2, 93 | again if anyone knows other contingent ~future things, through 138 2, 108 | be deceived as to some ~contingent particulars that do not 139 2, 118 | concerned, are composed ~of contingent singulars and are innumerable 140 3, 16 | remote, but natural or ~contingent, as when I say: "Something 141 3, 16 | neither in remote nor in contingent, but in natural matter; 142 Suppl, 2 | the free-will, is a future contingent. Hence the act the contrition 143 Suppl, 2 | contrition also ~is a future contingent, in so far as it is subject 144 Suppl, 47| their causes - or else it is contingent, as the payment of a ~sum


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