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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | doctrine is acquired by study, whereas wisdom is ~acquired 2 1, 1 | doctrine which is ~acquired by study, though its principles are 3 1, 88 | Knowledge acquired here by study is proper and perfect; the ~ 4 1, 88 | does not follow that to ~study in order to learn is useless.~ 5 2, 6 | of things in detail. The study of Morals, therefore, since 6 2, 35 | written (Eccles. 12:12) "much study is an affliction of the 7 2, 37 | anything new, we ~require study and effort with a strong 8 2, 37 | 2 Tim. 2:15): "Carefully study to ~present thyself . . . 9 2, 47 | interest in; ~thus men who study philosophy are angry with 10 2, 51 | which men can acquire by study or by custom, but not so 11 2, 61 | devote ~ourselves to the study and contemplation of truth; 12 2, 63 | the body, are removed by ~study and practice, even as iron 13 2, 65 | geometrician, by dint of little study, acquires scientific knowledge ~ 14 2, 76 | it cannot be overcome by study. For this reason ~such like 15 2, 102 | only wise men by dint of study are able ~to discover.~Aquin.: 16 2, 113 | wisdom from God without ~study. Therefore it is miraculous 17 2, 113 | God by ~his own talent and study. Hence it is miraculous 18 2, 1 | Holy Writ, one needs long study ~and practice, which are 19 2, 1 | of whom have no time for study, being busy with ~other 20 2, 2 | to make ~progress in the study of science, either through 21 2, 22 | the ~fear of God, and the study of the Divine Scriptures." 22 2, 43 | which is acquired by the study and research of reason, 23 2, 92 | philosophers gathered from their study of the world and taught 24 2, 95 | 2 Tim. 2:15): "Carefully study to present thyself approved 25 2, 127 | 2 Tim. 2:15, ~"Carefully study to present thyself approved 26 2, 164 | studious because he applies ~study to certain things. Now a 27 2, 164 | Now a man ought to apply study to every matter, ~in order 28 2, 164 | even ~to the greatest, all study [Douay: 'are given to'] 29 2, 164 | which is derived from "study," is not properly about ~ 30 2, 164 | written (Prov. 27:11): "Study wisdom, my son, and ~make 31 2, 164 | that ~reproacheth." Now study, which is commended as a 32 2, 164 | that, Properly speaking, study denotes keen application 33 2, 164 | by his ~knowledge. Hence study regards knowledge in the 34 2, 164 | default, namely, neglect of study, rather than to the vice ~ 35 2, 164 | is ~one who is curious to study." Therefore studiousness 36 2, 165 | but about the desire and study in ~the pursuit of knowledge. 37 2, 165 | truth, and of the desire and study in the pursuit of the ~knowledge 38 2, 165 | other hand, the desire or study in pursuing the knowledge 39 2, 165 | First, when one tends by his study to the ~knowledge of truth 40 2, 165 | for ~instance those who study to know the truth that they 41 2, 165 | In like manner, those who study to learn something in ~order 42 2, 165 | are engaged in a sinful study, according to the saying 43 2, 165 | reason of the appetite or study directed ~to the learning 44 2, 165 | withdrawn by a less profitable study from a study ~that is an 45 2, 165 | profitable study from a study ~that is an obligation incumbent 46 2, 165 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The study of philosophy is in itself 47 2, 165 | practical. Accordingly to employ study for the ~purpose of knowing 48 2, 165 | or for the sake of the study of intelligible truth, this ~ 49 2, 166 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, study should be applied to all 50 2, 166 | is censurable to ~apply study to the ordering of one's 51 2, 166 | so that there be neither study nor affectation, but natural 52 2, 166 | OBJ 4: It is censurable to study the style of one's outward ~ 53 2, 166 | Nevertheless it behooves one to ~study them, so that if they be 54 2, 166 | tension of ~the reason's study. Thus in the Conferences 55 2, 167 | neglect to give the requisite study or ~trouble to the use of 56 2, 178 | himself by his ~personal study, and thus he requires "meditation."~ 57 2, 178 | Relig. xxix) that "in the study of ~creatures we must not 58 2, 180 | action. Thus after careful study they will learn whether 59 2, 184 | to have knowledge, but to study ~in order to acquire knowledge. 60 2, 184 | was going to Athens to study philosophy, cast away a 61 2, 185 | who devotes himself to the study of knowing the truth." ~ 62 2, 185 | devote themselves to the study of Holy Writ to the common 63 2, 185 | devote themselves to the study of wisdom. In ~this way 64 2, 186 | can be established for the study of ~science?~(6) Whether 65 2, 186 | established for the purpose of study?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 66 2, 186 | established ~for the purpose of study. For it is written (Ps. 67 2, 186 | apply themselves to the study ~of letters.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 186 | the unity of peace. Now study ~leads to dissent: wherefore 69 2, 186 | diabolical instinct brought study into religion, and people 70 2, 186 | established for the purpose of study.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 71 2, 186 | sciences. Therefore the study of letters does not ~become 72 2, 186 | the like. Accordingly the study of letters ~is becoming 73 2, 186 | contemplative life, to which the study of letters ~helps in a twofold 74 2, 186 | consideration man is ~directed by study; for which reason it is 75 2, 186 | prophets." In another way the study ~of letters is a help to 76 2, 186 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, the study of letters is necessary 77 2, 186 | Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, the study of letters is becoming to 78 2, 186 | account of the toil that study entails according to Ecclus. ~ 79 2, 186 | order be established for the study of letters.~Aquin.: SMT 80 2, 186 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Study is directed to knowledge 81 2, 186 | not speaking here of ~the study of letters, but of the study 82 2, 186 | study of letters, but of the study of dissensions which heretics 83 2, 186 | philosophers professed the study of letters in the ~matter 84 2, 186 | themselves chiefly to the study of letters in reference 85 2, 186 | life prayer is better than study. Again one will excel another 86 3, 9 | not devote Himself to the study of letters, by which knowledge 87 3, 89 | prayer, who avoid fasting or ~study, would exercise their former 88 Suppl, 93| not ~acquired by a man's study, since we merit not by our 89 Suppl, 93| sometimes the ~outcome of study, the practice of teaching


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