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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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propositions

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | deduced from a multiplicity of propositions. But Holy ~Writ ought to 2 1, 10 | demonstration and ~all demonstrative propositions. Therefore God is not the 3 1, 13 | 12) Whether affirmative propositions can be formed about God?~ 4 1, 13 | 1/1~Whether affirmative propositions can be formed about God?~ 5 1, 13 | It seems that affirmative propositions cannot be formed about ~ 6 1, 13 | false. But some affirmative ~propositions are of faith; as that God 7 1, 13 | Therefore true affirmative propositions can be formed about ~God.~ 8 1, 13 | answer that, True affirmative propositions can be formed about God. 9 1, 13 | to be the case both in ~propositions which have an accidental 10 1, 13 | different as to idea. But in propositions where one ~same thing is 11 1, 14 | if referred to enunciable propositions. But because of this, ~it 12 1, 16 | the truth ~of enunciable propositions which are formed by us, 13 1, 16 | of the truth of the three propositions, ~"Socrates sits, will sit, 14 1, 16 | Therefore the truth of ~these propositions remains immutable; and for 15 1, 16 | variously signified by these propositions concerning ~present, past, 16 1, 16 | though one of the ~three propositions is true, that the same truth 17 1, 36 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: These two propositions, "The Father and the Son 18 1, 78 | as from terms are made propositions, and from first ~principles, 19 1, 78 | certain principles to ~examine propositions. From this is taken the 20 1, 80 | are drawn from universal ~propositions. Therefore it is clear that 21 1, 81 | principles; such as contingent propositions, the denial of ~which does 22 1, 81 | necessity. But there are some propositions ~which have a necessary 23 1, 84 | affirmative and negative propositions. Therefore ~the intellect 24 1, 84 | also in regard to those propositions, which are understood, ~ 25 1, 116| certain less universal ~propositions, of which nevertheless the 26 2, 51 | as it is moved ~by first propositions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[51] A[ 27 2, 53 | on the part of those very propositions which are the starting ~ 28 2, 74 | to syllogize and to form propositions: ~consequently the reason 29 2, 76 | about either of these two propositions, viz. of ~the universal 30 2, 77 | incontinent man has four propositions, two particular and ~two 31 2, 90 | conclusions. Such like universal propositions of the practical intellect ~ 32 2, 90 | nature of law. And these ~propositions are sometimes under our 33 2, 94 | Hebdom.), certain ~axioms or propositions are universally self-evident 34 2, 94 | all; and such are ~those propositions whose terms are known to 35 2, 94 | to one another." But some propositions are self-evident only to 36 2, 94 | meaning of the terms of such propositions: thus to one ~who understands 37 2, 1 | symbol does not contain propositions, but things: for it is not ~ 38 2, 1 | science and ~opinion are about propositions, it seems that faith is 39 2, 1 | faith is likewise about ~propositions; so that its object is something 40 2, 1 | science we do not ~form propositions, except in order to have 41 2, 1 | even as in sciences certain propositions are put forward on ~their 42 2, 42 | precepts are to the Law what ~propositions are to speculative sciences, 43 2, 45 | things such as syllogisms, propositions and the ~like, wherein the 44 2, 87 | confirmation. Now speculative propositions receive ~confirmation from 45 2, 87 | necessary reason, wherefore propositions regarding such ~things are 46 3, 16 | must deny all the other ~propositions.~


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