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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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demonstrated

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | of a truth can never ~be demonstrated, it is clear that the arguments 2 1, 2 | self-evident to us; but needs to be demonstrated by ~things that are more 3 1, 2 | Para. 1/1~Whether it can be demonstrated that God exists?~Aquin.: 4 1, 2 | existence of God cannot be demonstrated. For it ~is an article of 5 1, 2 | what is of faith cannot be ~demonstrated, because a demonstration 6 1, 2 | Therefore it cannot be ~demonstrated that God exists.~Aquin.: 7 1, 2 | the existence of God were demonstrated, this could ~only be from 8 1, 2 | since a cause cannot be ~demonstrated by an effect not proportionate 9 1, 2 | existence of God cannot be demonstrated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[2] 10 1, 2 | existence of God could be demonstrated ~through the things that 11 1, 2 | its proper cause can be demonstrated, so ~long as its effects 12 1, 2 | self-evident to us, ~can be demonstrated from those of His effects 13 1, 2 | scientifically known and demonstrated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[2] 14 1, 2 | existence of a cause is demonstrated from an ~effect, this effect 15 1, 2 | the cause can be clearly demonstrated, and so we can ~demonstrate 16 1, 12 | himself ~does not know it as demonstrated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 17 1, 12 | excellent of His ~effects are demonstrated to us, and according as 18 1, 13 | nothing could be known or demonstrated about ~God at all; for the 19 1, 43 | therefore, in a certain way has demonstrated ~Himself and His eternal 20 1, 44 | things have a cause, can be demonstrated by ~that cause. But in mathematics 21 1, 46 | newness of the world cannot be demonstrated on the part of the world ~ 22 1, 46 | always. Hence it ~cannot be demonstrated that man, or heaven, or 23 1, 46 | Likewise neither can it be demonstrated on the part of the efficient ~ 24 1, 43 | therefore, in a certain way has demonstrated ~Himself and His eternal 25 1, 45 | things have a cause, can be demonstrated by ~that cause. But in mathematics 26 1, 47 | newness of the world cannot be demonstrated on the part of the world ~ 27 1, 47 | always. Hence it ~cannot be demonstrated that man, or heaven, or 28 1, 47 | Likewise neither can it be demonstrated on the part of the efficient ~ 29 2, 91 | inerrancy that belongs to the demonstrated conclusions of ~sciences. 30 2, 95 | by ~which, in sciences, demonstrated conclusions are drawn from 31 2, 1 | is certain knowledge of a demonstrated conclusion through its ~ 32 2, 1 | Further, things which are demonstrated are an object of science, ~ 33 2, 1 | matters of faith have been demonstrated by the philosophers, such 34 2, 1 | many other ~philosophers demonstrated the same truth. Therefore 35 2, 2 | certain knowledge ~of a demonstrated conclusion through its demonstration.], 36 2, 2 | certain ~knowledge of a demonstrated conclusion through its demonstration] 37 2, 2 | a certain knowledge of a demonstrated conclusion through its ~ 38 3, 55 | Whether He ought to have demonstrated the Resurrection by proofs?~( 39 3, 55 | Whether Christ should have demonstrated the truth of His Resurrection 40 3, 55 | that Christ should not have demonstrated the truth ~of His Resurrection 41 3, 55 | nothing would thereby be demonstrated to them, because ~nothing 42 3, 55 | Christ is ~said to have demonstrated His Resurrection by proofs, 43 Suppl, 81| equally ~divisible, as is demonstrated in Phys. vi, 4. Now the


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