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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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arguments

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | says (De Fide 1): "Put arguments aside where faith is sought." 2 1, 1 | demonstrated, it is clear that the arguments brought against faith ~cannot 3 1, 1 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although arguments from human reason cannot 4 1, 1 | is especially based upon arguments from ~authority, inasmuch 5 1, 1 | as extrinsic and probable arguments; but ~properly uses the 6 1, 13 | 5] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~The arguments adduced in the contrary 7 1, 22 | on account of these two arguments to which we have just replied, 8 1, 30 | nevertheless, that the opposite arguments do not ~sufficiently prove 9 1, 32 | probable and even necessary arguments can be found for ~any explanation 10 1, 46 | world; against which are the arguments of Aristotle (De ~Coelo 11 1, 74 | impartial, we must meet the arguments of either ~side.~Aquin.: 12 1, 47 | world; against which are the arguments of Aristotle (De ~Coelo 13 1, 73 | impartial, we must meet the arguments of either ~side.~Aquin.: 14 1, 82 | syllogisms and rhetorical ~arguments. Now particular operations 15 1, 83 | philosophers prove by convincing arguments that all things occur in 16 1, 114 | Fount of Life, where, by the arguments mentioned above, he ~endeavors 17 2, 7 | argument." But ~oratorical arguments are derived principally 18 2, 7 | orator should draw ~his arguments. Therefore a circumstance 19 2, 19 | Just as in syllogistic arguments, granted one absurdity, ~ 20 2, 34 | cookery and the art of making arguments," ~as stated in Ethic. vii, 21 2, 34 | But, judging from ~his arguments, he fails in two points. 22 2, 42 | anyone make use of his arguments, ~in order to prove that 23 2, 59 | 2: This and all similar arguments which Tully brings forward ~ 24 2, 64 | Objections. For the first two ~arguments take the rational mean as 25 2, 99 | by means of syllogistic arguments, so too in every law, ~men 26 2, 111 | within reason rests upon ~arguments; but the confirmation of 27 2, 1 | they are either persuasive arguments ~showing that what is proposed 28 2, 8 | Objections: for the first two ~arguments refer to the first kind 29 2, 10 | are conducted by means of arguments. But an ~argument is a reason 30 2, 10 | intended to ~probe it with arguments, without doubt he would 31 2, 10 | in words, and fight with arguments. ~However this opinion of 32 2, 25 | Ethic. ix, 7) by four ~arguments. First because the recipient 33 2, 26 | article, because the two arguments that follow consider the 34 2, 169 | A[5] Body Para. 3/3~The arguments set down in the first place 35 2, 171 | the Objections, since the ~arguments given at the beginning refer 36 2, 180 | the Objections; for these arguments ~consider the occupation 37 3, 5 | is refuted by the same ~arguments as the preceding. First, 38 3, 20 | 3 Para. 2/2~To the other arguments, the reply is clear from 39 3, 24 | Replies OBJ 1 and 2: These arguments consider predestination 40 3, 43 | cannot ~be proved by human arguments, but need to be proved by 41 3, 44 | miracles worked by Christ were arguments for the ~faith which He 42 3, 48 | effect, as is ~clear from the arguments brought forward above all 43 3, 55 | standing. ~Consequently, the arguments for the Resurrection do 44 3, 64 | the objections; for the arguments on either ~side are true 45 Suppl, 14| Reply OBJ 2 and 3: These arguments consider merit of congruity; 46 Suppl, 14| congruity; while ~the other arguments consider merit of condignity.~ 47 Suppl, 18| R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~The other arguments show that the power of the 48 Suppl, 47| Objections; for the first set of ~arguments consider the first kind 49 Suppl, 47| and the second set of ~arguments consider the second.~Aquin.: 50 Suppl, 48| 1] R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~The arguments on the contrary side show 51 Suppl, 55| Para. 2/2~Since however the arguments in the contrary sense would 52 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 2 and 3: These arguments are based on the fact that 53 Suppl, 65| 3/4~Since, however, the arguments adduced "on the contrary 54 Suppl, 67| wherefore we must reply to the arguments on both ~sides [*Cf. FS, 55 Suppl, 67| Accordingly to reply to the arguments on either side:~Aquin.: 56 Suppl, 69| We must also reply to the arguments in the contrary sense.~Aquin.: 57 Suppl, 71| 2/2~Since, however, the arguments in the contrary sense would 58 Suppl, 86| 6] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~The arguments in the contrary sense consider 59 Suppl, 89| prove this they employ two arguments. The ~first is that just 60 Appen2, 1| possible to offer convincing arguments ~on this question. It is


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