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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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certainty

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | speaks, pertain to the certainty of providence, which fails 2 1, 23 | or election?~(6) of the certainty of predestination; whether 3 1, 23 | not. But in this way the certainty of predestination is not 4 1, 23 | individuals. But this destroys the certainty of ~predestination; of which 5 1, 23 | errors. ~Some, regarding the certainty of divine predestination, 6 1, 46 | Therefore it can be known with certainty that the world ~began, and 7 1, 68 | it, if it be proved with certainty to be false; lest Holy ~ 8 1, 47 | Therefore it can be known with certainty that the world ~began, and 9 1, 69 | it, if it be proved with certainty to be false; lest Holy ~ 10 2, 14 | counsel to God, ~as to the certainty of His knowledge or judgment, 11 2, 14 | knowledge or judgment, which certainty in us ~arises from the inquiry 12 2, 14 | by several ~with greater certainty, since what one takes note 13 2, 14 | absolutely certain. But such like certainty is not to be had in ~contingent 14 2, 32 | However hope, as implying a certainty of the real ~presence of 15 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, certainty is a property of the cognitive 16 2, 40 | the cognitive power. But ~certainty is ascribed to hope. Therefore 17 2, 40 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Certainty is ascribed to the movement, 18 2, 40 | appetite derives from the ~certainty of the knowledge that precedes 19 2, 40 | hope. ~Because hope implies certainty and steadiness; so much 20 2, 68 | mind with the hope ~and certainty of eternal things"; of which 21 2, 68 | which two, hope passes, and ~certainty remains. Of understanding, 22 2, 70 | as ~much as it contains certainty: hence a gloss expounds 23 2, 91 | faithful," because of the ~certainty of what is true and right; " 24 2, 96 | seek the same degree of certainty in all ~things" (Ethic. 25 2, 112 | darkness, may be known with certainty by one that ~is in sin. 26 2, 112 | know something, and with certainty; and ~in this way no one 27 2, 112 | absence cannot be known with certainty, according to Job 9:11: " 28 2, 112 | hence man cannot judge with certainty that he has grace, according 29 2, 1 | opinion, while, if there be certainty and no fear of the other 30 2, 1 | faith, on account of the ~certainty of faith, is also deemed 31 2, 4 | say that "faith is that ~certainty of the mind about absent 32 2, 4 | its act by reason of its certainty, wherefore the gloss on ~ 33 2, 4 | explains faith as being "certainty about the unseen."~Aquin.: 34 2, 8 | itself followed by a kind of certainty of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 35 2, 17 | damned?~(4) Whether there is certainty in the hope of the wayfarer?~ 36 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Whether there is certainty in the hope of a wayfarer?~ 37 2, 17 | would seem that there is no certainty in the hope of a ~wayfarer. 38 2, 17 | resides in the will. But certainty pertains not to the ~will 39 2, 17 | intellect. Therefore there is no certainty in hope. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 40 2, 17 | Therefore ~there is no certainty in the hope of a wayfarer.~ 41 2, 17 | Further, there can be no certainty about that which may fail. 42 2, 17 | wayfarer's ~hope has no certainty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 43 2, 17 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Certainty is found in a thing in two 44 2, 17 | say that nature works with certainty, since it is ~moved by the 45 2, 17 | which moves everything with certainty to ~its end. In this way 46 2, 17 | said to work with greater ~certainty than art, in as much as, 47 2, 17 | hope tends to its end with ~certainty, as though sharing in the 48 2, 17 | as though sharing in the certainty of faith which is in the ~ 49 2, 17 | this does not prejudice the certainty of hope.~ 50 2, 19 | without unbelief. For ~the certainty of hope is derived from 51 2, 19 | Therefore a man cannot lose the ~certainty of hope, by despairing, 52 2, 19 | the first cause of the certainty ~of hope, but also by the 53 2, 23 | scientific truths with greater certainty now than before. In the 54 2, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the certainty of truth seems opposed to 55 2, 45 | they ~are found." Now the certainty of truth belongs to prudence, 56 2, 45 | Philosopher (Ethic. i, 3), "equal ~certainty should not be sought in 57 2, 45 | which are human actions, the certainty of ~prudence cannot be so 58 2, 49 | insight to comprehend with ~certainty the truth of things, especially 59 2, 49 | and the end of judgment, certainty. Hence this proves not that ~{ 60 2, 58 | when the reason ~lacks certainty, as when a man, without 61 2, 58 | as experience leads ~to certainty which is contrary to the 62 2, 58 | Reply OBJ 1: Some kind of certainty is found in human acts, 63 2, 58 | human acts, not indeed ~the certainty of a demonstration, but 64 2, 58 | be applied with greater certainty of a cure, it is ~expedient 65 2, 66 | pronounced soon afterwards, the certainty of judgment requires that ~ 66 2, 67 | limit for appealing, the certainty of judgment would ever be 67 2, 68 | certain about, ~in terms of certainty. Owing however to the frailty 68 2, 93 | foreknown and foretold with certainty, from considering their 69 2, 93 | foreknown, not indeed with certainty, but by a kind of conjecture, 70 2, 152 | natural solicitude for the ~certainty of offspring, because on 71 2, 173 | with more conjecture than certainty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[175] A[ 72 3, 7 | similitude with regard to ~the certainty and firmness of the assent.~ 73 3, 11 | things known and in the certainty of the knowledge; since 74 3, 30 | it is in keeping with the certainty of that which was ~announced. 75 3, 30 | we apprehend with greater certainty that which is before ~our 76 3, 30 | knowledge, the ~greatest certainty is in them, for the principles 77 3, 34 | Wherefore, as being possessed of certainty about all things, He could ~ 78 3, 44 | from suspicion than ~from certainty that they confessed Him 79 3, 51 | the grave unless ~there be certainty of death. Hence we read ( 80 3, 53 | I know," that is with certainty of ~faith, "that my Redeemer," 81 3, 55 | Further, in order to have the certainty of faith the disciples ~ 82 3, 64 | Consequently he could have no certainty in regard ~to salvation; 83 Suppl, 8 | cannot ~arrive at any greater certainty than by believing his subject, 84 Suppl, 62| marriage, ~since by it the certainty of offspring is destroyed, 85 Suppl, 62| does not so affect ~the certainty of offspring.~Aquin.: SMT 86 Suppl, 85| be fixed beforehand with certainty. On the other hand, at the ~ 87 Suppl, 85| cannot know with any great certainty the manner in ~which this 88 Suppl, 86| declared because of the certainty ~of damnation (Jn. 3:18): " 89 Suppl, 87| know with the ~greatest certainty that Christ is God. Therefore


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