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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wonder

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1 1, 12 | sees; and thence arises wonder ~in men. But if the intellect 2 1, 104 | called as being full of wonder; as ~having a cause absolutely 3 1, 104 | no more reason exists to wonder at one effect thereof than 4 1, 116 | power, as John says - what wonder is there ~that they should 5 2, 3 | And this desire is one of wonder, and causes inquiry, as 6 2, 32 | of pleasure?~(8) Whether wonder is a cause of pleasure?~ 7 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether wonder is a cause of pleasure?~ 8 2, 32 | OBJ 1: It would seem that wonder is not a cause of pleasure. 9 2, 32 | cause of pleasure. Because ~wonder is the act of one who is 10 2, 32 | of ~pleasure. Therefore wonder is not a cause of pleasure.~ 11 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, wonder is the beginning of wisdom, 12 2, 32 | Ethic. vii, 12,13. Therefore wonder hinders rather than causes 13 2, 32 | are pleasant. But "we ~wonder at what is unwonted," as 14 2, 32 | xxiv in Joan.). ~Therefore wonder is contrary to the cause 15 2, 32 | says (Rhet. i, 11) that wonder is the ~cause of pleasure.~ 16 2, 32 | cause of pleasure. Now ~wonder is a kind of desire for 17 2, 32 | understanding. Consequently wonder ~is a cause of pleasure, 18 2, 32 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Wonder gives pleasure, not because 19 2, 33 | abound, thy heart shall wonder and be enlarged." ~Moreover 20 2, 35 | as it ~is accompanied by wonder, as in stage-plays; or in 21 2, 108 | whole ~world. Nor must we wonder if He established certain 22 2, 18 | is one not of fear but of wonder," because, to wit, they 23 2, 18 | because, to wit, they wonder ~at God's supereminence 24 2, 29 | it is not a matter for ~wonder if a stranger be preferred 25 2, 130 | novelties which men ~are wont to wonder at most; but if they be 26 2, 136 | vii, 7) that "it is no wonder, if a ~person is overcome 27 2, 140 | vii, 7) that "it is no wonder, in fact it is pardonable, 28 2, 176 | they receive the name of "wonder" or ~"prodigy," as showing 29 3, 15 | fear?~(8) Whether there was wonder?~(9) Whether there was anger?~( 30 3, 15 | Para. 1/1~Whether there was wonder in Christ?~Aquin.: SMT TP 31 3, 15 | that in Christ there was no wonder. For the ~Philosopher says ( 32 3, 15 | says (Metaph. i, 2) that wonder results when we see an effect ~ 33 3, 15 | knowing its cause; and thus wonder belongs only to the ignorant. ~ 34 3, 15 | Therefore there ~was no wonder in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 35 3, 15 | Fide Orth. ii, 15) that "wonder is ~fear springing from 36 3, 15 | magnanimous man does not ~wonder." But Christ was most magnanimous. 37 3, 15 | Therefore there was no wonder ~in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 38 3, 15 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Wonder properly regards what is 39 3, 15 | knowledge, there was no wonder in Christ. But if we speak 40 3, 15 | respect to empiric knowledge, wonder could be in Him; and He 41 3, 15 | in order to teach us to wonder ~at what He Himself wondered 42 3, 15 | to be so affected, must wonder. Hence all these emotions 43 3, 15 | empiric knowledge, and thus wonder would be caused.~Aquin.: 44 3, 15 | respect to this there was no wonder in Him, but only with respect 45 3, 27 | not of unbelief, but of wonder and discussion. ~Thus Basil 46 3, 30 | seeing this angel, but with wonder at ~hearing what the angel 47 3, 30 | less. But ~it was a greater wonder for a virgin than for an 48 3, 30 | its own excellence. Now, wonder is most effective in drawing 49 3, 30 | such a doubt is one of ~wonder rather than of unbelief. 50 3, 42 | that ~"some there are who wonder why our Lord wrote nothing, 51 3, 42 | company with Christ. No wonder that ~the inventors were 52 3, 44 | look at the miracle, and wonder at the ~worker." Nor does 53 3, 46 | paradise, was no less a wonder than to shake ~the rocks."~ 54 3, 47 | It was ~also a subject of wonder in Christ's death that He 55 3, 52 | naming ~hell or its woes, I wonder whether any person would 56 3, 59 | because He is the Son of man: wonder not at ~this.' For He received 57 3, 59 | He said in explanation: 'Wonder not at this, because He 58 3, 79 | to the altar." It is no ~wonder, then, if those who do not 59 3, 82 | the priestly order; and I wonder that such a man dare to 60 Suppl, 72| fulfilled; wherefore no wonder if that ~also which the 61 Suppl, 72| ignorance is the cause of wonder (Metaph. i, 2). Now ~ignorance, 62 Suppl, 72| for them to be moved with wonder, as ~stated in the text ( 63 Suppl, 72| said to be ~moved through wonder at the renewing of the world, 64 Suppl, 72| 2 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Wonder is wont to be about things 65 Suppl, 72| the virtues of heaven will wonder at the ~Divine power doing 66 Suppl, 72| that the "sun and ~moon wonder at His beauty": and this


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