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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 13 | 2/5~To see this we must learn that some have said that 2 1, 57 | with the greatest faculty learn man's dispositions, not 3 1, 57 | highest angels seek out and learn mysteries of grace. For 4 1, 57 | and if an angel cannot learn the thoughts of another 5 1, 57 | just as God wills them to learn by ~revelation; as the Apostle 6 1, 57 | Divine wisdom more clearly, learn more and deeper mysteries ~ 7 1, 58 | i, 10) says that "demons learn ~more things by experience." 8 1, 58 | perception grasps all that we can learn by ~composing and dividing.~ 9 1, 64 | experience, as the things we learn by ~discovery. Now, the 10 1, 64 | like manner they cannot ~learn by revelation, nor by learning 11 1, 64 | Cor. 6:14). Nor can they learn by long experience: because ~ 12 1, 58 | with the greatest faculty learn man's dispositions, not 13 1, 58 | highest angels seek out and learn mysteries of grace. For 14 1, 58 | and if an angel cannot learn the thoughts of another 15 1, 58 | just as God wills them to learn by ~revelation; as the Apostle 16 1, 58 | Divine wisdom more clearly, learn more and deeper mysteries ~ 17 1, 59 | i, 10) says that "demons learn ~more things by experience." 18 1, 59 | perception grasps all that we can learn by ~composing and dividing.~ 19 1, 65 | experience, as the things we learn by ~discovery. Now, the 20 1, 65 | like manner they cannot ~learn by revelation, nor by learning 21 1, 65 | Cor. 6:14). Nor can they learn by long experience: because ~ 22 1, 81 | It is in our ~power to learn an art or not, as we list." 23 1, 81 | power by ~the will, and we learn art by the intellect. Therefore 24 1, 83 | that "we cannot ~expect to learn the fulness of truth from 25 1, 83 | that we cannot expect to learn the ~truth from the senses. 26 1, 88 | natural things, but have to ~learn many things by long experience, 27 1, 88 | that to ~study in order to learn is useless.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 88 | liii, ad Paulinum), "Let us learn on ~earth that kind of knowledge 29 1, 101 | eating of it, man was to learn, by ~experience of the consequent 30 1, 101 | lose it. For thereby we learn God's kindness to man, and ~ 31 1, 105 | one by one, that all may learn and all may be exhorted." ~ 32 1, 106 | says to another: "I wish to learn this; I wish to do ~this 33 1, 116 | he does not know, he can learn nothing therefrom: for ~ 34 1, 116 | only knows Latin, he ~would learn nothing thereby. Therefore 35 1, 116 | what he knows; so that to learn would be nothing else ~than 36 2, 37 | deprives one of the power to learn?~(2) Whether the effect 37 2, 37 | deprives one of the power to learn?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] A[ 38 2, 37 | deprive one of the power to ~learn. For it is written (Is. 39 2, 37 | inhabitants of the world shall learn justice": and further ~on ( 40 2, 37 | 35], A[7]). But man can learn while sorrowful. Much more, 41 2, 37 | more, therefore, ~can he learn while in bodily pain.~Aquin.: 42 2, 37 | evident that in order to learn anything new, we ~require 43 2, 37 | so that man is unable to learn anything for the first time: 44 2, 68 | according to ~Mt. 11:29: "Learn of Me, because I am meek 45 2, 88 | far as a man neglects to learn those things whereby he 46 2, 98 | law: and man was able to learn from experience that his 47 2, 100 | Cease to do perversely; ~learn to do well"; yet, in the 48 2, 112 | moved by God to hear, to learn, to come; and hence he received 49 2, 113 | learned, cometh to Me." Now to learn cannot be ~without a movement 50 2, 113 | them in what ~they are to learn."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] 51 2, 8 | Moral. i, 32), that we learn or understand what we ~hear. 52 2, 15 | teaching, for a man must learn from ~another before he 53 2, 15 | precepts directing him to learn.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] A[ 54 2, 15 | the king is commanded to learn knowledge of the Law (Dt. 55 2, 15 | commanded the priests to learn the Law.~Aquin.: SMT SS 56 2, 31 | Augustine (De Mendacio xv), we learn from ~the deeds of holy 57 2, 31 | them in what they are to learn, ~that He may withdraw a 58 2, 34 | companions, ~so that she may learn together with them, envy 59 2, 38 | things that a soldier has to learn is the art of concealing 60 2, 53 | and consider her ~ways and learn wisdom; which, although 61 2, 88 | demons in order to ~obtain or learn something from them: and 62 2, 89 | order that he or others may ~learn that we have a good opinion 63 2, 92 | It was not ~possible to learn, for the first time, except 64 2, 93 | them in what they are to learn." Therefore it is not unlawful ~ 65 2, 106 | Chrysostom] says: ~"Let us learn after Christ's example to 66 2, 108 | Moral. xviii) that "we learn from the ~reward of the 67 2, 123 | fainthearted?" says: "We learn from this that no man can 68 2, 148 | De Abraham i.]): "We learn that we should shun ~drunkenness, 69 2, 152 | them in what they are ~to learn." Therefore a man, while 70 2, 155 | 11:29), where He says: ~"Learn of Me, because I am meek 71 2, 159 | for our Saviour said: ~'Learn of Me, because I am meek, 72 2, 159 | example, saying (Mt. 11:29): "Learn of Me, because I am meek 73 2, 160 | 2/2~Nor does he deign to learn anything from man, whereas 74 2, 165 | never have ~consented to learn that which was unlawful": 75 2, 165 | manner, those who study to learn something in ~order to sin 76 2, 165 | when a man studies to learn of one, by whom it is unlawful 77 2, 180 | careful study they will learn whether they no longer ~ 78 2, 183 | praise what you seek, but learn first what it is you seek."~ 79 2, 186 | monastic state, saying: "Let us learn on earth those ~things the 80 2, 187 | No time is needed to ~learn whatsoever He will, for 81 2, 187 | grandchildren, let her ~learn first to govern her own 82 2, 187 | Can. ~iii in Matth.), "we learn that we who intend to follow 83 3, 1 | on the Nativity (xxi): "Learn, O Christian, thy ~worth; 84 3, 5 | intellect, saying (Mt. 11:29): 'Learn of Me, ~because I am meek 85 3, 11 | effect, not in ~order to learn anew, but wishing to use 86 3, 12 | which mean something, may learn something he does not know. ~ 87 3, 12 | Therefore Christ could learn from men something He did 88 3, 12 | questions not in order to learn anything, but in order to 89 3, 12 | angels question Jesus, and learn the knowledge of His Divine 90 3, 30 | but if they would learn anything, let them ask their 91 3, 37 | to the Lord, that we may learn to offer ~ourselves to God" [* 92 3, 39 | latter ~fervor . . . We learn, then, from the dove, that 93 3, 40 | that thou ~mightest learn how great a good is fasting, 94 3, 40 | according to Mt. 11:29: "Learn of Me, because I am meek 95 3, 40 | reason did He live in want. Learn ~this from the manger."~ 96 3, 41 | Begone, Satan": that we might learn from His example to ~bear 97 3, 44 | it is wrong to seek ~to learn from the devil when we have 98 3, 44 | secondly, that all might learn that the demons would not 99 3, 44 | Whence, says Chrysostom, "we learn that his ~sickness was the 100 3, 45 | was possible for them to ~learn it, He showed it to them 101 3, 46 | the walls, that you may learn it was a ~universal sacrifice, 102 3, 51 | light, in order that you may learn it was not an ordinary man 103 3, 55 | not." From this one can learn how they who are ~so ready 104 3, 68 | are going to be baptized learn that they should ~confess 105 3, 68 | compared to Paradise ~we learn that men can receive her 106 3, 69 | afterwards their children might learn to fight ~with their enemies, 107 3, 72 | them their efficacy; we learn these things by holy ~tradition 108 3, 81 | in Joan.): "From this we learn how we ~should beware of 109 Suppl, 21| that by humility ~he may learn to know himself and return 110 Suppl, 43| by himself nor is able to learn from another; the second ~ 111 Suppl, 43| stage is when a man can learn from another but is incapable 112 Suppl, 43| when a man is both ~able to learn from another and to consider 113 Suppl, 72| in what ~order we shall learn more then by experience 114 Suppl, 89| that "the lower angels learn from the ~higher angels 115 Appen2, 1| either that the living may learn, or that the dead may be ~


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