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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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knowable

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | being; because everything is knowable ~only inasmuch as it is 2 1, 6 | idea only: as, what ~is knowable is so called with relation 3 1, 12 | that, Since everything is knowable according as it is actual, ~ 4 1, 12 | is in Himself ~supremely knowable. But what is supremely knowable 5 1, 12 | knowable. But what is supremely knowable in itself, may not be ~knowable 6 1, 12 | knowable in itself, may not be ~knowable to a particular intellect, 7 1, 12 | appears - Everything is knowable according to its actuality. 8 1, 12 | above (Q[7]) is infinitely ~knowable. Now no created intellect 9 1, 12 | infinitely, and is infinitely ~knowable; nevertheless, this infinite 10 1, 12 | can be assimilated to any knowable object in two ways. In one 11 1, 12 | determined by faith to some knowable object. But this determination 12 1, 13 | without the other; as a thing knowable can exist without ~the knowledge 13 1, 13 | the object is said to be knowable relatively because knowledge 14 1, 13 | object; for the object ~knowable is considered as a potentiality, 15 1, 13 | or ~as an act. Hence the knowable object in its mode of signification 16 1, 14 | known as perfectly as it ~is knowable; as, for instance, a demonstrable 17 1, 14 | perfectly ~as He is perfectly knowable. For everything is knowable 18 1, 14 | knowable. For everything is knowable according to the ~mode of 19 1, 14 | Himself as much as He is knowable; ~and for that reason He 20 1, 14 | species adequate ~to the knowable object; as when the eye 21 1, 14 | evil things. Now a thing is knowable in ~the degree in which 22 1, 14 | that thing is of itself knowable; but evil is ~not of itself 23 1, 14 | but evil is ~not of itself knowable, forasmuch as the very nature 24 1, 14 | knowledge is ~related to what is knowable. But whatever imports relation 25 1, 15 | as the ~forms of things knowable are said to be in him who 26 1, 16 | intellect by which it is knowable; even as we may say ~that 27 1, 16 | has being, so far ~is it knowable. Wherefore it is said in 28 1, 16 | the intellect renders it knowable. Hence the ~true is based 29 1, 57 | actually intelligible, but are ~knowable by apprehension of sense 30 1, 58 | angels as ~regards things knowable, not naturally but supernaturally. 31 1, 58 | actually intelligible, but are ~knowable by apprehension of sense 32 1, 59 | angels as ~regards things knowable, not naturally but supernaturally. 33 1, 86 | answer that, Everything is knowable so far as it is in act, 34 1, 86 | and is true, and therefore knowable, according as it is ~actual. 35 1, 86 | it is not accidentally ~knowable, as color is visible of 36 1, 86 | short in being of itself knowable, and can be known only by 37 1, 88 | exist, and therefore is not knowable in itself, because so far 38 1, 88 | does it fall short of being knowable. But ~what is locally distant 39 1, 88 | exists actually, and is knowable in itself. Hence ~we cannot 40 2, 32 | objects of operations ~are knowable before the operations themselves. 41 2, 57 | since "things that are knowable last from ~our standpoint, 42 2, 57 | from ~our standpoint, are knowable first and chiefly in their 43 2, 57 | knowledge, is that which is knowable first and chiefly in its 44 2, 57 | in this ~or that genus of knowable matter, it is "science" 45 2, 57 | to the different kinds of knowable matter, ~there are different 46 2, 67 | first, on the ~part of the knowable object; secondly, on the 47 2, 67 | knowledge on the part of the knowable object is seen in the ~" 48 2, 112 | Further, light is more knowable than darkness, since, according ~ 49 2, 2 | OBJ 3: Further, all things knowable scientifically [*Science 50 2, 23 | Just as God is supremely knowable in Himself yet not to us, ~ 51 2, 26 | things is such, that God is knowable and ~lovable for Himself, 52 2, 26 | senses, those things are knowable ~first which are nearer 53 2, 173 | to the order of things ~knowable, the first heaven being " 54 3, 10 | not as ~perfectly as It is knowable, as was said in the FP, 55 3, 10 | merely on the number of ~knowable things, but also on the 56 3, 10 | potentiality, which is not knowable of ~itself, but inasmuch 57 3, 10 | infinite of itself is most knowable on account of the ~perfection 58 3, 11 | proper motor; and these are knowable by natural ~reason. Therefore 59 3, 11 | the divers formalities of ~knowable things. But the soul of 60 3, 11 | are different classes of knowable things, ~inasmuch as what 61 3, 12 | knowledge depends on the things knowable. ~Therefore if Christ knew 62 3, 12 | simply, but all such as are knowable by the light of man's active ~ 63 Suppl, 55| sense, knowledge and the knowable object: and then the ~relation 64 Suppl, 89| as the ~knower is to the knowable object, so is the knowable 65 Suppl, 89| knowable object, so is the knowable object to the fact ~of its 66 Suppl, 89| sense is of itself most knowable; and it is in ~this way 67 Suppl, 89| excess and ~deficiency of the knowable object in relation to the 68 Suppl, 89| the type of all things ~knowable it will not be united to


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