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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unreasonable

    Part, Question
1 1, 6 | this opinion appears to be unreasonable in affirming separate ~ideas 2 1, 19 | the universe, it is not unreasonable to ~seek for causes secondary 3 1, 19 | It would, however, be ~unreasonable to do so, if such were considered 4 1, 57 | order of nature, it is unreasonable to say that a man knows 5 1, 59 | in the ~demons there is "unreasonable fury and wild concupiscence." 6 1, 73 | our own. It is not, then, unreasonable to say that God rested in ~ 7 1, 76 | altogether impossible and unreasonable ~to maintain that there 8 1, 76 | For ~it involves nothing unreasonable that the same movable thing 9 1, 58 | order of nature, it is unreasonable to say that a man knows 10 1, 60 | in the ~demons there is "unreasonable fury and wild concupiscence." 11 1, 72 | our own. It is not, then, unreasonable to say that God rested in ~ 12 1, 75 | altogether impossible and unreasonable ~to maintain that there 13 1, 75 | For ~it involves nothing unreasonable that the same movable thing 14 1, 83 | act. But this seems to be unreasonable. First, because, if the 15 1, 83 | such like. And ~especially unreasonable does this seem if we suppose 16 1, 83 | Q[76]~, A[1]): for it is unreasonable that the natural operation 17 1, 83 | Since, therefore, it ~is not unreasonable that the sensible objects 18 1, 87 | virtue." Further, it is unreasonable that ~only the few of any 19 1, 88 | the body, which would be ~unreasonable, since matter exists on 20 1, 88 | are better; which ~seems unreasonable. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 21 1, 91 | remained imperfect; which is ~unreasonable to suppose.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 95 | animals. But this is quite ~unreasonable. For the nature of animals 23 1, 96 | superfluous; which, however, is unreasonable to suppose, as implying 24 1, 97 | He foresaw. But this is unreasonable. For what is natural to ~ 25 1, 103 | creature; either of ~which is unreasonable. Therefore creatures are 26 1, 106 | some ways appears to be unreasonable, since an angel sometimes ~ 27 1, 114 | movement. Therefore it is unreasonable to say that there are ~seminal 28 1, 114 | virtues. Therefore it is unreasonable to say that there are seminal ~ 29 1, 117 | vanishes. Nor is there anything unreasonable in this, ~because this force 30 1, 117 | First, ~because it would be unreasonable of the soul to wish to be 31 1, 117 | all these opinions are unreasonable, ~we must simply confess 32 1, 118 | Body Para. 4/6~But this is unreasonable in many ways. Firstly, because 33 2, 4 | corporeal." But this is unreasonable. For since it is natural 34 2, 5 | union. Therefore it seems unreasonable that as ~time goes on, man 35 2, 9 | two movers; which seems ~unreasonable. Therefore the will does 36 2, 19 | Body Para. 2/2~But this is unreasonable. For in matters of indifference, 37 2, 19 | necessity, would sin: which is unreasonable. Therefore the will is ~ 38 2, 20 | from an evil deed. Which is unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 39 2, 38 | Consequently it is not ~unreasonable that sorrow should be assuaged 40 2, 56 | the same act, which ~seems unreasonable. Therefore the will cannot 41 2, 59 | virtuous man. But this is ~unreasonable. For, since man is composed 42 2, 59 | with virtue. But this is unreasonable. For there is an evil ~which 43 2, 81 | defects. This, however, seems unreasonable. Because, as ~stated in 44 2, 89 | 1/1~I answer that, It is unreasonable to say that the first movements 45 2, 94 | injurious, and therefore unreasonable, to restore ~goods held 46 2, 95 | that man. ~Therefore it is unreasonable to divide laws according 47 2, 102 | offered to God, it was ~unreasonable to forbid the offering of 48 2, 102 | lamb, when we restrain our ~unreasonable motions; a goat, when we 49 2, 102 | which seem altogether unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 50 2, 102 | hair. Therefore it seems unreasonable that the ~Lord ordered ( 51 2, 102 | seqq.]. It seems, moreover, unreasonable that anyone should be debarred ~ 52 2, 102 | sacraments of the Old Law ~were unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 53 2, 102 | sanctify ~you." But nothing unreasonable is done by God, for it is 54 2, 105 | prescribed punishments in an unreasonable manner.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 55 2, 105 | tooth." Therefore it ~seems unreasonable that the Law should not 56 2, 105 | fault. Therefore the Law is unreasonable in ~punishing them (Ex. 57 2, 114 | he perseveres. But it is unreasonable to say this, for sometimes ~ 58 2, 2 | virtue. Therefore ~it is unreasonable to say that there are three 59 2, 2 | Truth. ~Therefore it seems unreasonable to distinguish it from certain 60 2, 4 | subject. Yet again it seems unreasonable that the habit of ~lifeless 61 2, 5 | the demons, which seems unreasonable. Therefore in ~the demons 62 2, 9 | their end. Hence it is not unreasonable if several gifts ~are ordained 63 2, 23 | or corrupted, which is ~unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 64 2, 25 | Body Para. 2/3~But this is unreasonable. For the affection of charity, 65 2, 26 | loves Himself. ~But this is unreasonable. Therefore God cannot be 66 2, 31 | the latter proposition is unreasonable: therefore the ~former is 67 2, 41 | scandal: and this seems unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 68 2, 64 | great things. ~But it seems unreasonable for a man to be punished 69 2, 85 | dissembling. But this seems unreasonable. Therefore during the time ~ 70 2, 92 | nearer to God. But this ~is unreasonable. For though we ought to 71 2, 93 | observation. But this is an unreasonable statement: since ~every 72 2, 93 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is unreasonable to deny the common experiences 73 2, 94 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is unreasonable to deny that which nearly 74 2, 98 | dispensation. But this is an ~unreasonable statement, because no one 75 2, 104 | another." Wherefore it is not unreasonable if the ~obligation of gratitude 76 2, 108 | But this assertion is unreasonable. For no circumstance causes 77 2, 124 | Hence there is nothing unreasonable in its having ~different 78 2, 139 | little. But this would seem ~unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 79 2, 147 | meat or drink, which is unreasonable. Therefore it would seem 80 2, 156 | has cause to be, sins. For unreasonable patience is the hotbed ~ 81 2, 176 | 2:22]. Therefore ~it is unreasonable to reckon the "working of 82 2, 183 | the eye. So neither is it unreasonable if, through the ~occurrence 83 2, 187 | by many examples to be ~unreasonable. Hence Augustine says (Confess. 84 3, 15 | martyrdom?" Therefore it is unreasonable that there should be fear 85 3, 36 | no purpose. But this is unreasonable: because "God and nature 86 3, 38 | assertion is altogether ~unreasonable. First, because John's baptism 87 3, 39 | the saints are free ~from unreasonable anger. Again, the dove builds 88 3, 64 | would sin also; which seems unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 89 3, 64 | lawfully. But there is ~nothing unreasonable in his being perplexed, 90 3, 66 | the body. But this seems unreasonable; since original sin, to ~ 91 3, 74 | custom of the Greeks is not unreasonable both on account ~of its 92 3, 76 | number ~of times: which is unreasonable; because the infinite is 93 3, 76 | of the ~bread, which is unreasonable, since the substance of 94 3, 77 | these ways. But this is unreasonable, for thus ~they would be 95 3, 82 | must be bad. Now this is ~unreasonable, because the malice of the 96 3, 85 | soul; so that it is not unreasonable ~for penance to be subjected 97 3, 87 | venial sins, which seems unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[87] A[ 98 Suppl, 4 | continue always; nor is ~it unreasonable if that which precedes remains, 99 Suppl, 6 | confessing one, which seems unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[5] 100 Suppl, 9 | OBJ 1: There is nothing unreasonable in one virtue being a ~condition 101 Suppl, 18| the sacrament. Nor is it unreasonable ~that the keys of the Church 102 Suppl, 18| even as ~neither is it unreasonable that Baptism, considered 103 Suppl, 18| Consequently it is not unreasonable, if ~by frequent confession 104 Suppl, 21| by the devil. Nor is it unreasonable ~that one, for whom there 105 Suppl, 27| religious. Therefore it is unreasonable for ~them to profit by indulgences.~ 106 Suppl, 27| indulgences. For it is not unreasonable that one who is well off ~ 107 Suppl, 43| affianced ~spouse, which is unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 108 Suppl, 43| penalty, and this is not unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 109 Suppl, 48| from God simply. Nor is it ~unreasonable that an effect be from God, 110 Suppl, 52| punishment of sin. Nor is it unreasonable for a ~natural thing to 111 Suppl, 52| would dissolve it; which is unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 112 Suppl, 54| 1~Reply OBJ 5: It is not unreasonable for one of two unions to 113 Suppl, 54| degrees ~seem altogether unreasonable, since they bear no relation 114 Suppl, 55| prohibition of the Church seem unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 115 Suppl, 56| OBJ 4: There is nothing unreasonable in two things that are ~ 116 Suppl, 57| together ceases, it is not unreasonable that the aforesaid tie cease, 117 Suppl, 59| continent, which would seem unreasonable, since then he would be 118 Suppl, 61| 1~Reply OBJ 2: It is not unreasonable that a greater good be hindered 119 Suppl, 66| a dispensation, it was ~unreasonable that he should be irregular: 120 Suppl, 70| But this statement ~seems unreasonable: because the soul, by its 121 Suppl, 70| agent: wherefore it is not unreasonable if that fire, seeing that 122 Suppl, 71| no authority. It is also ~unreasonable. First, because the damned 123 Suppl, 71| 1~Reply OBJ 2: It is not unreasonable that the punishment of those 124 Suppl, 71| in ~his stead, it is not unreasonable that one person be purified 125 Suppl, 71| defrauded. For it is not unreasonable that a person be defrauded 126 Suppl, 72| aspects. and this is not ~unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 127 Suppl, 72| In like manner it is not unreasonable that this fire, which will ~ 128 Suppl, 72| Accordingly it is not ~unreasonable for it to take a circular 129 Suppl, 82| that part. Hence it is not unreasonable that the ~different parts 130 Suppl, 83| rebated. But this ~would seem unreasonable. For in the restoration 131 Suppl, 84| consequently it is not unreasonable that they should see several 132 Suppl, 88| consequently it is not unreasonable for this movement to be 133 Suppl, 88| human body. Hence it is not unreasonable to say that the ~heavenly 134 Suppl, 93| saved. But this would seem unreasonable, because in this case those 135 Suppl, 93| virginity. But ~this also seems unreasonable, because it is possible 136 Suppl, 94| But this would seem an ~unreasonable statement. For the imagination 137 Suppl, 94| great. But it would seem ~unreasonable to say that there is so 138 Suppl, 94| Prov. 30:15,16). Nor is it unreasonable that God's power ~should 139 Suppl, 96| statement is altogether ~unreasonable. For just as the demons 140 Appen1, 2| this opinion is utterly unreasonable: and ~consequently we must


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