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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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demonstrative

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | of demonstration and ~all demonstrative propositions. Therefore 2 1, 12 | understanding, as soon as one demonstrative principle ~is put before 3 1, 13 | nouns, participles, ~or demonstrative pronouns. Therefore God 4 1, 13 | and temporal things. But demonstrative pronouns are applied to ~ 5 1, 13 | nouns, ~participles and demonstrative pronouns are applicable 6 1, 36 | to be immediate in the ~demonstrative sciences. Therefore, so 7 1, 44 | manifestly false in the demonstrative sciences, where necessary 8 1, 46 | simply, but relatively, ~demonstrative - viz. in order to contradict 9 1, 58 | perfect; just as we can have a demonstrative and a probable medium for ~ 10 1, 62 | probable medium and through a demonstrative one. In like ~manner, an 11 1, 45 | manifestly false in the ~demonstrative sciences, where necessary 12 1, 47 | simply, but relatively, ~demonstrative - viz. in order to contradict 13 1, 59 | perfect; just as we can have a demonstrative and a probable medium for ~ 14 1, 63 | probable medium and through a demonstrative one. In like ~manner, an 15 2, 14 | Further, the inquiry of demonstrative science does not go on ~ 16 2, 14 | genus, so to speak; thus in demonstrative sciences one science ~postulates 17 2, 53 | contrary to a dialectic or demonstrative syllogism. Wherefore it 18 2, 57 | just as it employs the ~demonstrative syllogism. Therefore as 19 2, 57 | which is the result of a ~demonstrative syllogism, is set down as 20 2, 57 | about all matters; whereas demonstrative ~sciences, which pronounce 21 2, 67 | have science through a ~demonstrative syllogism, together with 22 2, 67 | a conclusion through a ~demonstrative medium, and through a probable 23 2, 67 | a probable and through a demonstrative medium. Again, knowledge ~ 24 2, 92 | Wherefore just as, ~in demonstrative sciences, the reason leads 25 2, 105| there is no such thing as ~demonstrative and infallible proof, and 26 2, 112| is ~obtained concerning demonstrative conclusions. Now no one 27 2, 2 | On the other hand, though demonstrative reasons in ~support of the 28 2, 9 | is acquired by means of demonstrative reasoning. On the ~other 29 2, 21 | of charity, just as, in ~demonstrative sciences, it is not enough 30 2, 46 | understood to comprise all demonstrative sciences). The second method 31 2, 47 | middle ~term not only in demonstrative, but also in practical syllogisms, 32 2, 47 | science, which ~employ a demonstrative reason. Therefore reason 33 2, 49 | discovery, is distinct from ~demonstrative science, which decides the 34 2, 51 | in speculative matters a ~demonstrative science is said to exercise 35 2, 68 | it is impossible to ~have demonstrative certitude, because they 36 2, 93 | diversifies the species, even in demonstrative sciences.~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 3, 9 | science, which results from demonstrative syllogisms. Now, when ~perfection 38 3, 9 | following, so to say, the demonstrative knowledge, which is ~based 39 3, 10 | knowledge we have by means of ~a demonstrative syllogism is more perfect 40 3, 16 | When we say "this man," the demonstrative pronoun "this" ~attracts " 41 3, 55 | for ~belief: and this is demonstrative argument. But Christ did 42 3, 78 | conveniently expressed by ~the demonstrative pronoun, relative to the


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