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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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arrive

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | Therefore it is necessary to arrive at a first mover, put in 2 1, 14 | when through principles ~we arrive at the knowledge of conclusions. 3 1, 32 | Joan.) that by faith we arrive at knowledge, and not conversely.~ 4 1, 45 | which manner we are able to arrive at a knowledge of ~the trinity 5 1, 46 | which manner we are able to arrive at a knowledge of ~the trinity 6 1, 84 | from sensible effects we ~arrive at the knowledge of principles 7 1, 87 | themselves?~(2) Whether it can arrive at the knowledge thereof 8 1, 87 | life man can in the end arrive at the knowledge of separate ~ 9 1, 87 | cannot go on forever, it must arrive at length at some ~immaterial 10 1, 87 | matter, it could ~never arrive at anything akin to immaterial 11 1, 93 | themselves, are not able to arrive at the ~knowledge of the 12 1, 93 | first man was not able to arrive at ~knowledge of separate 13 1, 107 | effect; as when we gradually arrive at one ~conclusion by many 14 1, 117 | the sensitive soul would arrive at ~existence by creation.~ 15 1, 117 | generations and corruptions we arrive at the ultimate ~substantial 16 2, 3 | inquiry cease until he ~arrive at a knowledge of the essence 17 2, 5 | Sovereign Good. But ~we cannot arrive at the top without surmounting 18 2, 60 | desire, and from ~desire we arrive at pleasure; and it is the 19 2, 69 | to be hoped that he will arrive at perfection, both as a 20 2, 74 | in such a way that we can arrive at one through the other, ~ 21 2, 95 | from another, whereby to arrive at ~the perfection of virtue. 22 2, 112 | no account whether anyone arrive ~at perfect preparation 23 2, 2 | Hence in order that a man arrive at the perfect vision of 24 2, 2 | First, in order that man may arrive ~more quickly at the knowledge 25 2, 2 | in life that man would ~arrive at the knowledge of God. 26 2, 8 | thing perfectly, when we arrive at knowing the essence of ~ 27 2, 14 | understanding, if he cannot ~arrive at knowing the truth about 28 2, 23 | another ~line, we shall never arrive at any definite quantity 29 2, 24 | spiritual life, ~whereby we arrive at happiness: hence it is 30 2, 44 | contrary is not the way to arrive at the other. But ~folly 31 2, 44 | But ~folly is the way to arrive at wisdom, for it is written ( 32 2, 46 | The second method is ~to arrive at an opinion through probable 33 2, 176 | it is natural to man to arrive at the intelligible ~truth 34 2, 176 | natural reason is able to arrive at some knowledge of God 35 2, 178 | part of the ~soul, ere it arrive at this uniformity, its 36 2, 187 | course of his life, so as to ~arrive at the summit. Secondly, 37 3, 69 | grace and ~virtue when they arrive at the perfect age. But 38 Suppl, 8 | this knowledge, he cannot ~arrive at any greater certainty 39 Suppl, 10| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we arrive at hope through tribulation, 40 Suppl, 84| Topic. ii) that "we do not arrive ~at understanding several 41 Suppl, 85| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we arrive by means of signs at the 42 Suppl, 85| Lk. 21). Therefore we can arrive at the ~knowledge of that


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