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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 15 | God there are not several arts or wisdoms. ~Therefore in 2 1, 18 | of movement. Thus in the arts we ~see that the art of 3 1, 46 | manifestly that certain arts have developed, ~and certain 4 1, 46 | likewise they hold that the ~arts, by reason of various corruptions 5 1, 47 | manifestly that certain arts have developed, ~and certain 6 1, 47 | likewise they hold that the ~arts, by reason of various corruptions 7 1, 86 | their ~presence, like the arts; but by certain notions." 8 1, 86 | in their subject, as ~the arts; but as the thing caused 9 1, 102 | speaking of the ends of various arts; ~for the end of some arts 10 1, 102 | arts; ~for the end of some arts consists in the operation 11 1, 102 | whereas the end of other arts consists in ~something produced, 12 2, 7 | since to him all the other arts are ~subservient: for he 13 2, 8 | which are called practical arts, ~the end belongs to one, 14 2, 9 | moves to ~their acts the arts or powers to which belong 15 2, 14 | means: as happens in the arts which are governed ~by certain 16 2, 14 | with the exception of those arts that ~admit of conjecture 17 2, 52 | less, for instance, the arts; and that ~some are not, 18 2, 56 | with other sciences and arts. Secondly, a habit may ~ 19 2, 57 | 3: Further, the liberal arts excel the mechanical arts. 20 2, 57 | arts excel the mechanical arts. But just as ~the mechanical 21 2, 57 | just as ~the mechanical arts are practical, so the liberal 22 2, 57 | practical, so the liberal arts are speculative. ~Therefore, 23 2, 57 | kind of comparison, called ~arts indeed, but "liberal" arts, 24 2, 57 | arts indeed, but "liberal" arts, in order to distinguish 25 2, 57 | distinguish them from those ~arts that are ordained to works 26 2, 57 | done by the body, which arts are, in a ~fashion, servile, 27 2, 57 | sciences simply, and not arts. Nor, if the liberal arts 28 2, 57 | arts. Nor, if the liberal arts be more ~excellent, does 29 2, 57 | since there are various arts ~about works widely different. 30 2, 57 | speculative ~habits are called arts. Much more, therefore, should 31 2, 57 | counselling takes place in certain arts also, as stated in ~Ethic. 32 2, 57 | Ethic. iii, 3, e.g. in the arts of warfare, of seamanship, 33 2, 57 | human life. But in some arts there is counsel ~about 34 2, 57 | the ends proper to those arts. Hence some men, ~in so 35 2, 65 | the various sciences ~and arts. Hence we do not observe 36 2, 95 | to that whereby, in the ~arts, general forms are particularized 37 2, 97 | human reason, ~like other arts. But in the other arts, 38 2, 97 | other arts. But in the other arts, the tenets of former times 39 2, 98 | is an ~order of powers or arts, he that holds the highest 40 2, 22 | commands the virtues or arts which are concerned about 41 2, 45 | the case of the liberal arts. Therefore prudence ~also 42 2, 45 | art. Moreover in certain arts, on ~account of the uncertainty 43 2, 45 | as for instance in the arts of medicine and navigation, ~ 44 2, 45 | to command the virtues or arts that are ~concerned about 45 2, 48 | and partiality, diversify ~arts and virtues; and in respect 46 2, 92 | give birth to the magic arts and ~their professors": 47 2, 93 | can be an evil." But some arts are divinatory, as the ~ 48 2, 93 | OBJ 2: There are certain arts for the foreknowledge of 49 2, 93 | divination. But there are no true arts or sciences for the knowledge 50 2, 93 | under the head of certain arts exercised by those who have 51 2, 94 | Christian, even as other arts of vain and ~noxious superstition, 52 2, 94 | the experiments of magic arts, amulets and nostrums ~condemned 53 2, 94 | the results ~of the magic arts were to be ascribed to the 54 2, 129 | that "honor fosters the arts." Therefore ~ambition is 55 2, 129 | through lack of the good arts, make use of deceit and 56 2, 165 | to the learning of magic ~arts, but also to sight-seeing, 57 2, 167 | alone should be called arts; wherefore Chrysostom says [* 58 2, 167 | evil use, although such arts are not unlawful in themselves, ~ 59 2, 167 | shoemakers' and clothiers' arts stand in need of ~restraint, 60 2, 187 | themselves ~to those duties or arts with which they are to pass 61 3, 32 | therefore, just as in the arts the inferior art ~gives 62 3, 55 | brought about by magical arts, they are unbecoming in ~ 63 3, 59 | rightly styled the law ~of all arts, and the art of the Almighty 64 3, 80 | practice ~his disgraceful arts among you; as to whether 65 Suppl, 29| occurs in the mechanical arts: it ~is one, in virtue of 66 Suppl, 50| medicine and all operative arts, which ~consider the conditions


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