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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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probable

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | authorities as extrinsic and probable arguments; but ~properly 2 1, 1 | properly be used, yet merely as probable. For our faith ~rests upon 3 1, 12 | if anyone accepts it as a probable ~opinion because wise men 4 1, 12 | proposition is known by probable ~reason only, it does not 5 1, 12 | instance, a person can have a ~probable opinion that a proposition 6 1, 14 | when it is known by some ~probable reason. Now it is manifest 7 1, 32 | believe ~without doubt that probable and even necessary arguments 8 1, 46 | one persuading of what is probable. Thirdly, because ~he expressly 9 1, 47 | perfectly, is one only; whereas probable ~means of proof are many. 10 1, 48 | examples that ~in his time were probable in the opinion of some philosophers. 11 1, 50 | necessary argument, but a probable one. He was forced to make 12 1, 58 | have a demonstrative and a probable medium for ~reaching the 13 1, 61 | of the Fathers. The more probable one holds that the angels ~ 14 1, 62 | grace; yet it seems more ~probable, and more in keeping with 15 1, 62 | the one time ~through a probable medium and through a demonstrative 16 1, 63 | this point. But the more ~probable one, which is also more 17 1, 63 | This seems to be the more probable view: ~because the angels' 18 1, 63 | the highest order, it is probable that some fell of every 19 1, 66 | OBJ 2: It is sufficiently probable, as some assert, that the ~ 20 1, 66 | Yet it seems still more probable that it ~does influence 21 1, 67 | them as the more or less probable opinions of various writers.~ 22 1, 69 | the first seems the most ~probable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 23 1, 47 | one persuading of what is probable. Thirdly, because ~he expressly 24 1, 48 | perfectly, is one only; whereas probable ~means of proof are many. 25 1, 49 | examples that ~in his time were probable in the opinion of some philosophers. 26 1, 51 | necessary argument, but a probable one. He was forced to make 27 1, 59 | have a demonstrative and a probable medium for ~reaching the 28 1, 62 | of the Fathers. The more probable one holds that the angels ~ 29 1, 63 | grace; yet it seems more ~probable, and more in keeping with 30 1, 63 | the one time ~through a probable medium and through a demonstrative 31 1, 64 | this point. But the more ~probable one, which is also more 32 1, 64 | This seems to be the more probable view: ~because the angels' 33 1, 64 | the highest order, it is probable that some fell of every 34 1, 67 | OBJ 2: It is sufficiently probable, as some assert, that the ~ 35 1, 67 | Yet it seems still more probable that it ~does influence 36 1, 68 | them as the more or less probable opinions of various writers.~ 37 1, 70 | the first seems the most ~probable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 38 1, 88 | indeed, seems ~to be the more probable one - that the souls of 39 1, 91 | creation, or which ~is more probable, by conversion. Hence Augustine 40 1, 101 | ad lit. viii, 7): "It is probable that ~man has no idea where 41 1, 101 | This ~seems to be more probable; because, even those regions 42 1, 112 | things corporeal; while it is probable that the different ~species 43 1, 112 | and last. It is, however, probable that the ~greater angels 44 1, 113 | same man. This seems ~more probable as long as we understand 45 2, 11 | purpose; though it seems probable that the one which is more ~ 46 2, 51 | to the conclusion, but a probable proposition ~cannot do this. 47 2, 52 | habits, it does not seem very probable that they receive ~increase 48 2, 66 | it be based on weak and probable reasoning"; and ~again ( 49 2, 67 | together with opinion through a probable ~syllogism, about one same 50 2, 67 | demonstrative medium, and through a probable medium. On the part of the ~ 51 2, 67 | same conclusions ~through a probable and through a demonstrative 52 2, 74 | is more common and more probable. For we must take note that ~ 53 2, 101 | name does not seem very ~probable: especially as the Law does 54 2, 105 | seven ~years. For it was probable that those who could conveniently 55 2, 105 | yet it is neither easy nor probable ~that they succeed in so 56 2, 105 | was not certain, but ~only probable, the Law did not impose 57 2, 105 | them, because it was more probable that they would adopt ~their 58 2, 10 | perversion is to be feared as a probable ~result, they should be 59 2, 23 | first, since rather is it probable that it would be equal or ~ 60 2, 30 | it can always be deemed probable that the ~person in need 61 2, 30 | express or presumed for some ~probable reason: except in a case 62 2, 31 | Consequently ~when it is deemed probable that the sinner will not 63 2, 31 | Further, it does not seem probable that the customs observed 64 2, 31 | regard to Joseph it is ~probable that he warned his brethren, 65 2, 31 | times, as long as there is ~probable hope of his amendment, we 66 2, 31 | perhaps it were thought ~probable that this would not conduce 67 2, 46 | arrive at an opinion through probable premises, and this belongs 68 2, 57 | man, in which case it is probable that the latter is not hurt 69 2, 67 | point, is that it is not ~probable that the judges would fail 70 2, 68 | the minority. ~No it is probable that the assertion of sever 71 2, 68 | evidence is not ~infallible but probable; and consequently the evidence 72 2, 86 | obtained, and because it is probable that he repented of his ~ 73 2, 173 | death, which is the ~more probable seeing that this is the 74 2, 187 | severe. "And if there be a probable doubt about this, one should 75 3, 9 | better to understand the probable signs from which dialectical 76 3, 10 | which we have by ~means of a probable syllogism. But all the blessed 77 3, 36 | Christ: and he thinks it ~probable that these were "good angels; 78 3, 36 | Magi. But it seems more probable that it was a newly created 79 3, 38 | s baptism, which is more probable. For He would ~not fail 80 3, 70 | worship of one God. It is probable, however, ~that parents 81 3, 74 | Miss.) ~says, the more probable opinion is that which holds 82 3, Note| years or more, but it is probable that he was ~badly acquainted 83 Suppl, 6 | Therefore the opinion seems probable of those ~who say that a 84 Suppl, 14| contrition, so that it is probable that he owes a smaller ~ 85 Suppl, 22| by himself, yet it is not probable ~that a community would 86 Suppl, 23| it seems to others more probable that he is not always guilty ~ 87 Suppl, 29| seems so much the more ~probable, as the sacraments belong 88 Suppl, 42| matrimony. and this is more probable, since wherever God gives 89 Suppl, 47| compelled unless for ~grave and probable reasons, while the inconstant 90 Suppl, 53| OBJ 3: It would seem more probable, although some say the ~ 91 Suppl, 64| OBJ 1: It is sufficiently probable that the wife ought to be ~ 92 Suppl, 66| differ. It is, however, more probable ~that he is not irregular, 93 Suppl, 66| what we have said is more probable, since ~here it is not a 94 Suppl, 69| situation of the place, it is probable that hell and limbo are 95 Suppl, 70| and furthermore, it is not probable that ~separated souls or 96 Suppl, 71| sought Him": ~and this is a probable opinion. Wherefore the offering 97 Suppl, 72| OBJ 3: It does not seem probable that the elemental qualities 98 Suppl, 72| this again does not seem probable: for since the effects of 99 Suppl, 72| ad 1]. The latter is more probable since that fire will not 100 Suppl, 72| However, this does not seem probable, for since the proper qualities 101 Suppl, 72| proper passions: nor is ~it probable that in this final consummation 102 Suppl, 74| The latter ~seems more probable, because, as Jerome says, 103 Suppl, 76| the congruity, it is more probable that even the parts ~will 104 Suppl, 77| opinion seems to me more probable than the others. Wherefore 105 Suppl, 81| observed that it does not seem probable ~(Q[82], A[1]; Q[83], A[ 106 Suppl, 84| others. This is the more probable and more common opinion, ~ 107 Suppl, 85| It is, however, the more probable ~opinion that the whole 108 Suppl, 88| night-time. Hence it is probable, since ~the entire renewal 109 Suppl, 88| time, which does not seem ~probable. Moreover according to this 110 Suppl, 88| But this does not seem probable, since these bodies are ~ 111 Suppl, 88| diminution, according to the more probable opinion, ~refers not to 112 Suppl, 94| and this seems the more ~probable."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 113 Suppl, 94| latter opinion to be the more probable for two reasons. First ~ 114 Appen2, 1| Sacram. ii, 16): "It is ~probable that they are punished in 115 Appen2, 1| on this question. It is probable, however, and more in keeping 116 Appen2, 1| sins. This does not seem probable, since a man may ~be punished


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