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certam 2
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certitude 69
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69 conduces
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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certitude

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | a science depends on the certitude it establishes. ~But other 2 1, 1 | by reason ~of its greater certitude, or by reason of the higher 3 1, 1 | sciences; in point of greater certitude, because other ~sciences 4 1, 1 | other ~sciences derive their certitude from the natural light of 5 1, 1 | whereas this derives its certitude from the light of ~divine 6 1, 22 | necessitated, but from the certitude of ~the knowledge, to which 7 1, 81 | Nevertheless, until through the certitude of the Divine Vision the ~ 8 1, 83 | grasped with any degree of certitude, for it passes away ere ~ 9 1, 83 | who, wishing to save the certitude of our ~knowledge of truth 10 1, 84 | infallible truth in the certitude of scientific conclusions.~ 11 1, 85 | is known with scientific ~certitude, just as the astronomer 12 2, 67 | vision, for science possesses certitude which ~results from the 13 2, 77 | knowledge, on account of its certitude, is the strongest thing 14 2, 111| there is "faith," which is certitude of invisible things, the 15 2, 111| implying a super-eminent ~certitude of faith, whereby a man 16 2, 112| know that he has grace. For certitude about a ~thing can only 17 2, 112| universal principles that certitude is ~obtained concerning 18 2, 112| that a man should ~have certitude of the objects of knowledge; 19 2, 112| faith, ~and this, because certitude belongs to the perfection 20 2, 2 | perfection that comes with the certitude of ~sight. In this sense 21 2, 2 | reason is for the sake of ~certitude. For human reason is very 22 2, 4 | other virtues;~(8) Of its certitude as compared with the certitude 23 2, 4 | certitude as compared with the certitude of the intellectual ~virtues.~ 24 2, 4 | For doubt is opposed to certitude, wherefore ~a thing would 25 2, 4 | is preferable in point of certitude, by reason of its ~matter, 26 2, 4 | first way, we must note that certitude can be looked at in two 27 2, 4 | human reason. Secondly, ~certitude may be considered on the 28 2, 4 | adhesion: because the whole certitude of ~the gifts of understanding 29 2, 4 | knowledge, arises from the certitude of ~faith, even as the certitude 30 2, 4 | certitude of ~faith, even as the certitude of the knowledge of conclusions 31 2, 4 | conclusions arises from ~the certitude of premisses. But in so 32 2, 4 | which falls short of the certitude of God's word, on ~which 33 2, 5 | account of ~its greater certitude and firmness, and, in another 34 2, 5 | submit to it ~with greater certitude and devotion than others; 35 2, 8 | ordained chiefly to the certitude of faith, ~which certitude 36 2, 8 | certitude of faith, ~which certitude is reckoned a fruit. For 37 2, 8 | faith which is a fruit, is certitude about the unseen." Therefore ~ 38 2, 8 | understanding is faith, i.e. the certitude of faith; while the ~fruit 39 2, 8 | here, but for a kind of certitude ~of faith, to which man 40 2, 8 | self, which fruit is the certitude ~about the thing known. 41 2, 9 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Certitude of knowledge varies in various 42 2, 9 | the word knowledge implies certitude of judgment as ~stated above ( 43 2, 9 | stated above (A[1]), if this certitude of the judgment is derived 44 2, 9 | the common name denoting certitude of judgment, ~and appropriated 45 2, 9 | understanding, is ordained to the certitude of faith. Now faith consists 46 2, 23 | principles, do not diminish the certitude of the principles. So too, ~ 47 2, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The certitude of reason comes from the 48 2, 47 | counsel on account of ~their certitude, as stated in Ethic. iii, 49 2, 68 | sufficient. For judgment requires certitude. Now certitude of the truth ~ 50 2, 68 | requires certitude. Now certitude of the truth ~is not obtained 51 2, 68 | must not ~expect to find certitude equally in every matter." 52 2, 68 | impossible to ~have demonstrative certitude, because they a about things 53 2, 68 | and ~variable. Hence the certitude of probability suffices, 54 2, 68 | for ~the sake of greater certitude three, which is the perfect 55 2, 68 | is not possible to have certitude without fear of ~error, 56 2, 68 | why we should reject the certitude which can probably ~be had 57 2, 68 | Consequently, for the greater certitude ~of evidence, the witness 58 2, 87 | that we should have some certitude about ~them. Hence the need 59 2, 93 | events, or to know with certitude future ~human actions, his 60 2, 108| would be deprived of ~its certitude which is based on the authority 61 2, 126| confidence pertains to the certitude of ~hope; while magnanimity 62 2, 142| or because of its effect. Certitude of ~the truth attaches to 63 2, 169| believed, but with a man's ~certitude of assent to things known 64 2, 169| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the certitude resulting from a Divine 65 2, 169| prophet has the ~greatest certitude about those things which 66 2, 169| A sign of the prophet's certitude may be gathered from ~the 67 2, 169| manifested with ~prophetic certitude, for this instinct is something 68 2, 169| the FP, Q[14], A[13] the certitude of the ~Divine foreknowledge 69 2, 172| able to ~judge, with the certitude of divine truth, of things


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