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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hearing

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1 1, 12 | and (Job 42:5), "With the hearing of the ear I have heard 2 1, 42 | showing" and the Son's "hearing" are to be ~taken in the 3 1, 54 | as sight of the eye, and hearing of the ear. There are some ~ 4 1, 66 | acts, as sight is by color, hearing ~by sound. Therefore for 5 1, 76 | will be in the ear, and hearing in the eye, and this is ~ 6 1, 76 | eye; and with regard to hearing, it is in the ear; and so ~ 7 1, 77 | color belong ~to sight and hearing, which are different powers, 8 1, 77 | regard to sound, namely, hearing. But ~it is accidental to 9 1, 77 | can ~act independently of hearing, and conversely. Therefore 10 1, 77 | themselves, namely, sight, hearing, and smelling. For the visible ~ 11 1, 77 | as sight by the eye, and hearing ~by the ear. And so it is 12 1, 77 | feels ~sad or joyful on hearing something.~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 42 | showing" and the Son's "hearing" are to be ~taken in the 14 1, 55 | as sight of the eye, and hearing of the ear. There are some ~ 15 1, 67 | acts, as sight is by color, hearing ~by sound. Therefore for 16 1, 75 | will be in the ear, and hearing in the eye, and this is ~ 17 1, 75 | eye; and with regard to hearing, it is in the ear; and so ~ 18 1, 76 | color belong ~to sight and hearing, which are different powers, 19 1, 76 | regard to sound, namely, hearing. But ~it is accidental to 20 1, 76 | can ~act independently of hearing, and conversely. Therefore 21 1, 76 | themselves, namely, sight, hearing, and smelling. For the visible ~ 22 1, 76 | as sight by the eye, and hearing ~by the ear. And so it is 23 1, 76 | feels ~sad or joyful on hearing something.~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 77 | which is the object of "hearing"; for sound is caused by ~ 25 1, 77 | organs of ~smelling and hearing are not affected in their 26 1, 77 | senses. After this comes the hearing and then the ~smell, which 27 1, 79 | for seeing, or sound for hearing; but simply as suitable 28 1, 81 | instance, I might say that hearing ~is relatively nobler than 29 1, 84 | otherwise sight would perceive ~hearing rather than color.~ 30 1, 90 | sight, and a more acute hearing than man; namely, ~on account 31 1, 110 | 10:17, "Faith cometh by hearing"; principally, however, 32 2, 8 | sensibles, to which are referred hearing and sight. But the ~useful 33 2, 11 | know the visible; of the hearing, to ~perceive sounds; and 34 2, 27 | cognitive, viz. sight ~and hearing, as ministering to reason; 35 2, 37 | He make to understand the hearing? Them that ~are weaned from 36 2, 50 | apprehensive powers, as sight, hearing ~and the like, are not susceptible 37 2, 68 | its darkness," of ~which, hearing passes away, since "they 38 2, 77 | Therefore "concupiscence of the ~hearing" and of the other senses 39 2, 79 | intellect, viz. sight and hearing, of which the ~former assists " 40 2, 79 | heaviness of the ears" to ~hearing, and "hardness of heart" 41 2, 89 | vainglory, merely through hearing the serpent mention the 42 2, 100 | parents: "He ~slighteth hearing our admonitions, he giveth 43 2, 102 | order ~to strengthen his hearing against harmful words; and 44 2, 105 | had to say: ~"He slighteth hearing our admonitions, he giveth 45 2, 109 | to be removed beyond all hearing, and to be ~anathematized 46 2, 1 | Faith . . . cometh by hearing." Therefore faith is of ~ 47 2, 1 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Hearing is of words signifying what 48 2, 4 | sight is more certain than hearing. But "faith is ~through 49 2, 4 | But "faith is ~through hearing" according to Rm. 10:17; 50 2, 4 | received of us the word of the hearing," i.e. by faith . . . "you ~ 51 2, 4 | sight is more certain than ~hearing; but if (the authority of) 52 2, 4 | that of the seer's sight, hearing is more certain than sight: ~ 53 2, 5 | mere ~outward perception of hearing, but by inward inspiration, 54 2, 5 | faith . . . cometh by ~hearing." Now this could not apply 55 2, 5 | original state there was no hearing anything from ~man speaking 56 2, 6 | to which man attains by hearing and seeing, seems ~to be 57 2, 6 | seeing ~miracles, and by hearing the teachings of faith: 58 2, 6 | said that "faith is through hearing." Therefore man ~attains 59 2, 8 | faith. Now "faith is through hearing" (Rm. 10:17). Hence ~some 60 2, 14 | object from ~afar, by sight, hearing, or scent, while on the 61 2, 15 | written (Dt. 4:6): "That, hearing all these ~precepts, they 62 2, 65 | reprove according to the hearing of the ears. But He shall ~ 63 2, 65 | 13:11): ~"That all Israel hearing may fear, and may do no 64 2, 66 | midst ~of thee, that others hearing may fear, and may not dare 65 2, 69 | defends, and also speech and hearing, that he may speak and hear 66 2, 70 | words, is perceived by the hearing. Now ~reviling is perceived 67 2, 70 | reviling is perceived by the hearing according to Jer. 20:10, " 68 2, 71 | is ~spoken evil of in his hearing, it is not backbiting, properly 69 2, 81 | turneth ~away his ears from hearing the law, his prayer shall 70 2, 93 | themselves to ~human sight and hearing by mock apparitions in order 71 2, 93 | best stand here': and on hearing these words they took ~them 72 2, 94 | certain times, or ~places, hearing of certain words meetings 73 2, 102 | received of us the word of the hearing of God, you received it, 74 2, 104 | the heart, not only in his hearing but everywhere." From ~this 75 2, 105 | difference of sight and hearing. Therefore just as ~gratitude 76 2, 127 | Macc. 15:18): ~"Nicanor hearing of the valor of Judas' companions, 77 2, 151 | that which ~Mary did in hearing the word of God: so, too, 78 2, 169 | all these words in your hearing." Else, were he not certain ~ 79 2, 171 | who are very intent on ~hearing something fail to see what 80 2, 172 | without and conveyed to man's hearing - this he ~puts in the fifth 81 2, 176 | turneth away his ear from ~hearing the law, his prayer shall 82 2, 178 | contemplative ~life. Again, "hearing" belongs to the contemplative 83 2, 178 | receives from man, he needs "hearing," in so far as he receives ~ 84 2, 181 | eye, where would be the hearing?" Hence there was ~need 85 2, 185 | eye, where would be the hearing? If the whole ~were the 86 2, 185 | If the whole ~were the hearing, where would be the smelling?"~ 87 2, 186 | established for preaching or hearing ~confessions?~Aquin.: SMT 88 2, 186 | established for ~preaching, or hearing confessions. For it is said ( 89 2, 186 | religious. Now preaching and ~hearing confessions are the actions 90 2, 186 | purpose of preaching and ~hearing confessions.~Aquin.: SMT 91 2, 186 | established for preaching and hearing confessions, not indeed 92 3, 12 | the midst of ~the doctors, hearing them, and asking them questions." 93 3, 12 | above (A[2]). But anyone ~hearing words which mean something, 94 3, 12 | He did not give ~ear to hearing the lessons of doctrine 95 3, 15 | written (Mt. 8:10): "Jesus hearing this," i.e. ~the words of 96 3, 30 | as much as "faith is by ~hearing" (Rm. 10:17). Yet man does 97 3, 30 | angel, but with wonder at ~hearing what the angel said to her, 98 3, 30 | Virgin's ~attention to the hearing of so great a mystery, began 99 3, 36 | 2:3) that "King Herod, hearing" ~of Christ's birth, "was 100 3, 36 | another; for "faith ~cometh by hearing" (Rm. 10:17).~Aquin.: SMT 101 3, 41 | Rm. 10:17), "cometh by hearing," but not by ~seeing: nay, 102 3, 42 | prejudiced against Christ by hearing what was said of Him by 103 3, 43 | than when speaking to men ~hearing. But there is yet this difficulty: 104 3, 45 | to them; and lest, after hearing of so great glory, they 105 3, 45 | 17:6) that "the disciples hearing, fell ~upon their face, 106 3, 45 | afraid and fall ~down on hearing the voice of the Father, 107 3, 46 | which is called Calvary"; in hearing, by being tormented with 108 3, 55 | just as man comes from the ~hearing of faith to the beatific 109 3, 66 | faith, which "cometh by ~hearing" (Rm. 10:17). Consequently 110 3, 66 | 32:6: "Where there is no ~hearing, pour not out words." Therefore 111 3, 75 | Many of His disciples on ~hearing it said: 'this is a hard 112 3, 82 | turneth away his ears ~from hearing the law, his prayer shall 113 3, 82 | at their hands, or from hearing their ~mass.~Aquin.: SMT 114 3, 83 | entering the church, and hearing the word of ~God, be they 115 3, 83 | plural number those who are ~hearing mass, when he says, "The 116 Suppl, 8 | hindered in two ways from hearing a man's ~confession: first, 117 Suppl, 8 | priest is ~hindered from hearing a man's confession through 118 Suppl, 9 | another. Again the priest in hearing a confession takes the place ~ 119 Suppl, 9 | and led to do evil through hearing the sins ~confessed. On 120 Suppl, 11| possible for a priest through hearing a man's ~confession to be 121 Suppl, 11| knows something through hearing and seeing ~it, does not, 122 Suppl, 32| not sinned by sight and hearing; as expressed ~in the form. 123 Suppl, 32| the ears on account of hearing, the nostrils on ~account 124 Suppl, 55| kind one should proceed by hearing witnesses in ~the same way 125 Suppl, 55| ought not to proceed by ~hearing witnesses, in the same way 126 Suppl, 55| not right to ~proceed by hearing witnesses in a suit of this 127 Suppl, 70| sensitizes the body for seeing, hearing, and so on; and ~these primary 128 Suppl, 72| inclined to give us a gracious hearing, than the will of a ~saint. 129 Suppl, 72| those prayers a gracious hearing, ~or because they seek the 130 Suppl, 72| their prayers they seek a hearing of the Divine ~clemency 131 Suppl, 73| the dead will not have hearing. Therefore it is unfitting 132 Suppl, 79| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, "Hearing assists teaching" (De Sensu 133 Suppl, 79| vision of God. Therefore hearing will not be there.~Aquin.: 134 Suppl, 79| this is also the medium in hearing and smelling (De Anima ii, 135 Suppl, 79| may say that ~smelling and hearing will be in act there, but 136 Suppl, 79| will affect the organ of hearing ~by a merely spiritual alteration. 137 Suppl, 83| discordant sounds displease the hearing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[86] A[ 138 Suppl, 84| since in every judicial hearing, the ~witness, the accuser, 139 Suppl, 89| eyes ~(Job 42:5): "With the hearing of the ear, I have heard 140 Suppl, 89| sound in relation to the hearing. But ~as sense as such makes


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