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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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learning

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | erudition or their scriptural ~learning." Therefore sacred doctrine 2 1, 1 | Hierotheus is taught not by mere learning, but by experience of divine ~ 3 1, 1 | been their holiness and learning."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[ 4 1, 57 | as questioning Jesus, and learning from Him the knowledge of 5 1, 58 | ways; first, "as ~before learning or discovering," that is, 6 1, 64 | someone else, as we ~know by learning; or by long experience, 7 1, 64 | learn by revelation, nor by learning from the good angels: because " 8 1, 58 | as questioning Jesus, and learning from Him the knowledge of 9 1, 59 | ways; first, "as ~before learning or discovering," that is, 10 1, 65 | someone else, as we ~know by learning; or by long experience, 11 1, 65 | learn by revelation, nor by learning from the good angels: because " 12 1, 78 | in the same way as before learning and ~discovering." Now, 13 1, 100 | difficulty by discovery or learning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[101] A[ 14 1, 116 | All teaching and all learning ~proceed from previous knowledge."~ 15 2, 22 | instruction; not ~only by learning Divine things, but also 16 2, 32 | it includes the desire of learning the cause, and in so ~far 17 2, 32 | pleasure in finding or learning things for the first time.~ 18 2, 37 | increases the ~power of learning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] A[ 19 2, 37 | increases ~the faculty of learning.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] A[ 20 2, 37 | already learnt; and as to ~learning anything, I was quite unequal 21 2, 37 | then shalt thou understand learning" [Vulg: 'the fear ~of the 22 2, 37 | prevented at the ~time from learning anything: indeed it can 23 2, 37 | love that a man has for learning or for considering: ~because 24 2, 37 | conduce to the acquisition of learning especially in regard to 25 2, 37 | accidentally to the ~facility of learning, in so far as it takes away 26 2, 49 | but otherwise than before learning." ~Therefore habit does 27 2, 50 | the same way as ~before learning and discovering." Therefore 28 2, 53 | virtue is more lasting than ~learning."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 29 2, 53 | virtue is more lasting than learning," this must be understood 30 2, 53 | life, whereas the use of learning ~does not.~Aquin.: SMT FS 31 2, 61 | have devoted themselves to learning; as also to those who have ~ 32 2, 66 | being better simply, e.g. "learning than riches," and yet not 33 2, 2 | acquires a share of ~this learning, not indeed all at once, 34 2, 2 | even ~through laziness in learning, all of whom would be altogether 35 2, 15 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, learning precedes teaching, for a 36 2, 15 | by means of teaching and learning, and both are ~prescribed 37 2, 15 | thy heart." This refers to learning, since ~it is the duty of 38 2, 15 | Law precepts relating to learning, as ~stated above. Nevertheless 39 2, 15 | commanded more expressly than ~learning, because it concerned the 40 2, 15 | given. On the other hand learning concerned the people of ~ 41 2, 47 | it oneself, ~secondly by learning it from others. Now just 42 2, 60 | written, were written for our ~learning" (Rm. 15:4). Now Zachaeus 43 2, 75 | Because I have not known learning, or trading" according to 44 2, 75 | Because I have not ~known learning," [*Cf. OBJ 1] says: "The 45 2, 81 | written, were written for ~our learning." Now Holy Writ contains 46 2, 88 | them for the purpose of learning ~something from them, or 47 2, 88 | is besought in doing or learning something: for this savors 48 2, 93 | Who dares to say ~that learning is an evil?" and again: " 49 2, 98 | receive a price for his learning or advice, since this is ~ 50 2, 100 | generation, of education, of learning and of whatever ~pertains 51 2, 100 | professor in matters of ~learning, and so forth. Hence it 52 2, 164 | whereas the trouble of ~learning is an obstacle to knowledge, 53 2, 165 | or study directed ~to the learning of truth being itself inordinate; 54 2, 165 | eyes refers not only to the learning of magic ~arts, but also 55 2, 183 | written, were written for our learning." Now we read (Is. 6:8) 56 2, 184 | who make profession of ~learning to obtain perfection.~Aquin.: 57 2, 186 | not known letters [Douay: 'learning'], I will enter into the 58 2, 186 | urges him to acquire ~learning in the monastic state, saying: " 59 2, 186 | in the ~matter of secular learning: whereas it becomes religious 60 2, 186 | God, to seek for other ~learning, save in so far as it is 61 3, 12 | He receive knowledge by learning from men.~Aquin.: SMT TP 62 3, 42 | condemned by the Christian learning. "And yet they who claim ~ 63 3, 51 | were written for our learning," according to Rm. 15:4. 64 Suppl, 3 | Thus he who delights in learning a science, ~learns the better, 65 Suppl, 65| receive nourishment ~and learning from their parents, in respect 66 Suppl, 79| will it be for the sake of learning ~whereby they may acquire


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