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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reasoning

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | the articles of faith by reasoning, but only of ~answering 2 1, 13 | about ~God at all; for the reasoning would always be exposed 3 1, 14 | Now the term discursive reasoning ~is attained when the second 4 1, 28 | Athens." By the same way of reasoning there is ~the same relation 5 1, 32 | special; thus no parity of reasoning ~exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 58 | As in the intellect, when reasoning, the conclusion is ~compared 7 1, 58 | understand by discursion and reasoning. In like manner, if the 8 1, 58 | does not understand by ~reasoning, so neither does he by composing 9 1, 58 | just as he apprehends the reasoning of syllogisms: for he ~understands 10 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Such reasoning holds good of things adequately 11 1, 63 | comparison or discursive reasoning (Q[58], A[3]~). Consequently, 12 1, 76 | orders itself by its own reasoning."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 13 1, 59 | As in the intellect, when reasoning, the conclusion is ~compared 14 1, 59 | understand by discursion and reasoning. In like manner, if the 15 1, 59 | does not understand by ~reasoning, so neither does he by composing 16 1, 59 | just as he apprehends the reasoning of syllogisms: for he ~understands 17 1, 61 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Such reasoning holds good of things adequately 18 1, 64 | comparison or discursive reasoning (Q[58], A[3]~). Consequently, 19 1, 75 | orders itself by its own reasoning."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 20 1, 78 | with a certain amount of reasoning ~and movement. Again it 21 1, 78 | therefore he is called rational. Reasoning, ~therefore, is compared 22 1, 78 | hence it is that human ~reasoning, by way of inquiry and discovery, 23 1, 78 | the "opinionative" and ~"reasoning" part by which it knows 24 1, 78 | Philosopher calls ~the "reasoning" or "opinionative" part 25 1, 78 | above (A[8]), man's act of reasoning, since it is a ~kind of 26 1, 78 | which we have discovered by ~reasoning. Now it is clear that, as 27 1, 84 | which is the process of reasoning. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 28 1, 84 | composition, division, and reasoning. ~Therefore the human intellect 29 1, 84 | composition, division and ~reasoning. But the Divine intellect 30 1, 84 | composition, division, and reasoning, not by the process itself, ~ 31 1, 84 | 2: Further, opinion and reasoning belong to the intellect. 32 1, 84 | or also in the process of reasoning. ~Therefore, also in regard 33 1, 84 | Objection concerning opinion and reasoning, and to the Third Objection, ~ 34 1, 88 | composition and division, ~or also reasoning; so far as what is false 35 1, 92 | separating the process of reasoning in temporal matters from 36 1, 103 | of themselves. The same reasoning applies to those creatures 37 1, 114 | necessity; according to the reasoning of some of the ancients 38 1, 115 | says (De ~Consol. iv): "As reasoning is to the intellect, as 39 2, 1 | just as in the process of reasoning, the ~principle is that 40 2, 13 | scent; as though he were reasoning by way of ~exclusion, arguing 41 2, 14 | conclusions derived by reasoning from causes to effects: 42 2, 14 | First Cause, ~without any reasoning process. In like manner 43 2, 14 | consequently the order of reasoning about ~actions is contrary 44 2, 19 | intention is evil. ~But the same reasoning does not apply to goodness, 45 2, 33 | in ~contemplating or in reasoning: and such pleasure does 46 2, 50 | seems to have been ~the reasoning of Maximus, who in the same 47 2, 53 | part of ~the process of reasoning; forasmuch as a sophistical 48 2, 66 | based on weak and probable reasoning"; and ~again (De Part. Animal. 49 2, 77 | account of a passion, from reasoning about that universal, so 50 2, 91 | A[1]): for every act of ~reasoning is based on principles that 51 2, 109 | however perfect, cannot, by ~reasoning, know any truth without 52 2, 113 | deliberation implies a certain reasoning process, and this implies ~ 53 2, 2 | seems that any kind of human reasoning in support of ~matters of 54 2, 2 | Ethic. i, 9). Now human reasoning seems to diminish ~the measure 55 2, 4 | speaks is based on human ~reasoning in a conclusion which does 56 2, 8 | ignored. Hence the act of ~reasoning proceeds from something 57 2, 9 | by means of demonstrative reasoning. On the ~other hand, in 58 2, 24 | be what they are. For the reasoning mind is the ~predominant 59 2, 46 | prudence ~six parts, namely, "reasoning," "understanding," "circumspection," ~" 60 2, 46 | virtue, namely, "memory," "reasoning," ~"understanding," "docility" 61 2, 46 | things, and this belongs to ~"reasoning." And the reason, in order 62 2, 46 | under "foresight," and ~"reasoning," "docility" and "shrewdness" 63 2, 47 | wherefore every process of ~reasoning must needs proceed from 64 2, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The reasoning of prudence terminates, 65 2, 47 | proposition. Wherefore the reasoning of prudence must proceed 66 2, 47 | in Poster. i, 34. Now the reasoning of prudence is not a ~demonstration 67 2, 49 | matters, there is no good reasoning either in coming to a ~false 68 2, 51 | considering the future outcome, "reasoning" which compares one thing 69 2, 81 | may be added, ~namely, "reasoning," whereby we proceed from 70 2, 178 | in Divine ~knowledge by reasoning and discoursing." Therefore 71 2, 178 | circular, in so far as ~in reasoning it makes use of the light 72 3, 11 | acquired by a process of ~reasoning. Secondly, knowledge may 73 3, 43 | thus, since the act of reasoning is proper to man, the mere 74 3, 67 | the Holy Ghost." But this ~reasoning is disproved by the form 75 Suppl, 89| Body Para. 3/5~But this reasoning is seemingly inconclusive.


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