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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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assertion

   Part, Question
1 1, 34 | the word ~either by way of assertion or of command.~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 75 | 1/2~I answer that, The assertion "the soul is man," can be 3 1, 74 | 1/2~I answer that, The assertion "the soul is man," can be 4 1, 84 | error in this opinion or assertion. But if we consider color 5 1, 84 | error in such an ~opinion or assertion, because an apple is not 6 1, 84 | are identical, but the assertion, "the man is white," means 7 1, 88 | he says, in proof of the assertion ~quoted, "Now, I know in 8 1, 88 | way of narration than of ~assertion, as we may gather from De 9 1, 89 | not say this by way of ~assertion; as his words prove. For 10 1, 98 | Wherefore, in making any ~assertion, we must be guided by the 11 1, 99 | does not say this by way of assertion, but only as ~an opinion, 12 1, 101 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Bede's assertion is untrue, if taken in its 13 1, 104 | Anima iii, 11), a general assertion does ~not move the mind, 14 2, 29 | memory, as though it were an assertion: "I am become," etc.]~Aquin.: 15 2, 34 | twofold ~reason for this assertion. The first is in respect 16 2, 53 | point of the reason: for the assertion "Good is not good" is contrary 17 2, 53 | good" is contrary to ~the assertion "Good is good" (Peri Herm. 18 2, 59 | is incorrect, because the assertion should be qualified": they ~ 19 2, 92 | answer that, Just as an assertion is a dictate of reason asserting ~ 20 2, 10 | hazardous to repeat this assertion, that the children of Jews ~ 21 2, 23 | Amoris. vi.] ~drew his assertion that "charity in Peter was 22 2, 68 | it is probable that the assertion of sever witnesses contains 23 2, 68 | the ~truth rather than the assertion of one: and since the accused 24 2, 68 | by human law, that the ~assertion of several witnesses should 25 2, 74 | spoken. ~First, by way of assertion, as when a thing is expressed 26 2, 74 | which is by way ~of simple assertion of evil, and consider the 27 2, 74 | fault is spoken by way of assertion, whereas in the case ~of 28 2, 87 | order to confirm one's own assertion: secondly, by way of adjuration 29 2, 87 | the confirmation of ~some assertion. Therefore swearing is not 30 2, 87 | for a man to confirm his assertion. ~Therefore an oath is desirable 31 2, 87 | confirm the truth of an assertion. But when a person ~makes 32 2, 87 | when a person ~makes an assertion about the future his assertion 33 2, 87 | assertion about the future his assertion is true, though it may ~ 34 2, 87 | not the same with a simple assertion, and with an ~oath wherein 35 2, 87 | suffices for the truth ~of an assertion, that a person say what 36 2, 87 | to anyone to confirm his ~assertion, and at any time. Therefore 37 2, 87 | part of the man, whose ~assertion is confirmed by oath. For 38 2, 87 | confirmed by oath. For a man's assertion needs no ~confirmation save 39 2, 96 | confirmation of a ~human assertion. To this confirmation falsehood 40 2, 96 | falsehood is opposed: since an ~assertion is confirmed by being firmly 41 2, 96 | clxxx): "It depends how the assertion proceeds from ~the mind, 42 2, 108 | unlawful to hold that any false assertion is ~contained either in 43 2, 108 | his father's side. Jacob's assertion that he was ~Esau, Isaac' 44 2, 108 | a mortal sin. ~But this assertion is unreasonable. For no 45 2, 160 | subsequently disproves the assertion, and shows that ~not all 46 3, 26 | rational soul. Hence his assertion that "the ~flesh of the 47 3, 35 | we should not make any ~assertion that is not taken from Holy 48 3, 38 | to the second part, the assertion is altogether ~unreasonable. 49 3, 55 | angels, and even Christ's own assertion ~supported by miracles. 50 3, 82 | speaking, not as by way of assertion, but by ~way of inquiry, 51 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The assertion is true, provided matter 52 Suppl, 24| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The assertion is true of those spiritual 53 Suppl, 25| this seems a very dangerous assertion to make. For as ~Augustine 54 Suppl, 29| be expressed by way of ~assertion or of petition?~Aquin.: 55 Suppl, 29| be expressed ~by way of assertion rather than of petition. 56 Suppl, 29| sacramental forms except by way of assertion, as when we ~say: "This 57 Suppl, 29| should be expressed as an assertion.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 58 Suppl, 29| expressed except by an ~assertion. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 59 Suppl, 34| OBJ 3: If we admit this assertion, the reason for it is clear 60 Suppl, 41| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The assertion of Tully may be true of 61 Suppl, 51| But it would be a ~grave assertion to maintain that they ought 62 Suppl, 55| the relatives to prove his assertion. Wherefore a stranger ~is 63 Suppl, 65| a sin; and he proved his assertion ~from the fact that Juda 64 Suppl, 69| in fear, rather than an assertion.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 65 Suppl, 75| the same soul. But this assertion is in ~contradiction with 66 Suppl, 94| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The assertion of Augustine may be taken


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