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foresight 44
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44 glorious
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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foresight

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | divine revelations and foresight of future events are perceived 2 1, 22 | contingency falls under the foresight ~of God, who provides universally 3 1, 22 | all being; not under the foresight ~of causes that provide 4 2, 57 | understanding of the ~present, and foresight of the future." Moreover, 5 2, 57 | Memory, understanding and foresight, as also caution and ~docility 6 2, 46 | memory," "understanding" and "foresight." Macrobius ~(In Somn. Scip. 7 2, 46 | understanding," "circumspection," ~"foresight," "docility" and "caution." 8 2, 46 | counsel," "shrewdness," "foresight," "regnative ~[*Regnativa]," " 9 2, 46 | knowledge to action, namely, ~"foresight," "circumspection" and " 10 2, 46 | end, and ~this belongs to "foresight"; secondly, to attend to 11 2, 46 | circumspection" under "foresight," and ~"reasoning," "docility" 12 2, 46 | Solicitude is included under foresight.~ 13 2, 47 | Shrewdness;~(5) Reason;~(6) Foresight;~(7) Circumspection;~(8) 14 2, 47 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether foresight* should be accounted a part 15 2, 47 | either "providence" or ~"foresight."]~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] 16 2, 47 | OBJ 1: It would seem that foresight should not be accounted 17 2, 47 | nothing is part of itself. Now foresight seems to be the ~same as 18 2, 47 | derivation of "providentia [foresight]," according to Boethius ( 19 2, 47 | De ~Consol. v). Therefore foresight is not a part of prudence.~ 20 2, 47 | only practical, whereas foresight may be ~also speculative, 21 2, 47 | than operation. Therefore foresight is ~not a part of prudence.~ 22 2, 47 | be properly implied by foresight. Therefore foresight is 23 2, 47 | by foresight. Therefore foresight is not part of ~prudence.~ 24 2, 47 | and Macrobius, who number ~foresight among the parts of prudence, 25 2, 47 | things is implied in the word foresight, for it implies the notion ~ 26 2, 47 | be ~directed. Therefore foresight is part of prudence.~Aquin.: 27 2, 47 | whole has unity. Accordingly foresight is the principal of all 28 2, 47 | of prudence is taken from foresight ~[providentia] as from its 29 2, 47 | fail to know them. Hence ~foresight does not apply properly 30 2, 47 | included in the notion of ~foresight, contains rectitude of counsel, 31 2, 47 | things ~that are near. Now foresight enables a man to look on 32 2, 47 | prudence ~in addition to foresight.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[ 33 2, 47 | 3: Just as it belongs to foresight to look on that which is 34 2, 47 | ill-health. Now it ~belongs to foresight to foresee good, and consequently, 35 2, 47 | prudence, ~distinct from foresight.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[ 36 2, 47 | Hence caution differs from foresight, although they both belong 37 2, 53 | since its principal part is "foresight of future ~things," as stated 38 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Due foresight of the future belongs to 39 2, 53 | would be an inordinate foresight or solicitude about the 40 2, 87 | universal knowledge and foresight of all things: and from 41 2, 182 | the religious has had the foresight to avoid.~ 42 3, 11 | of present things, and ~foresight of future things, as Tully 43 3, 45 | Mk. 8:39: "By His loving foresight He allowed them to taste 44 Suppl, 43| those who can have some foresight of the future, and this


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