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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | As other sciences do not argue in proof of their ~principles, 2 1, 1 | of their ~principles, but argue from their principles to 3 1, 1 | so this doctrine does not argue in proof of its ~principles, 4 1, 1 | revelation; ~thus we can argue with heretics from texts 5 1, 1 | article of faith, we can argue from another. If our ~opponent 6 1, 2 | priori," and this is to argue from what is prior ~absolutely. 7 1, 2 | posteriori"; this is to argue from what is prior ~relatively 8 1, 16 | by law. Hence we ~cannot argue from these particular truths 9 1, 16 | entirely ~from God. But to argue, "Therefore that this person 10 1, 29 | had still more ~reason to argue. Seeing this, others maintained 11 1, 42 | Father has; but we cannot argue - "the Father has paternity, ~ 12 1, 42 | the Son can beget; for to argue thus would imply transition 13 1, 59 | it. Therefore it does not argue imperfection in an ~angel 14 1, 59 | beneath him; ~but it would argue imperfection in him, with 15 1, 60 | Consequently it does not argue imperfection ~in the person 16 1, 42 | Father has; but we cannot argue - "the Father has paternity, ~ 17 1, 42 | the Son can beget; for to argue thus ~would imply transition 18 1, 60 | it. Therefore it does not argue imperfection in an ~angel 19 1, 60 | beneath him; ~but it would argue imperfection in him, with 20 1, 61 | Consequently it does not argue imperfection ~in the person 21 1, 83 | like; thus does Aristotle argue ~against Empedocles (De 22 1, 88 | itself. Hence ~we cannot argue from distance of time to 23 2, 58 | which reason proceeds to argue. And when reason argues ~ 24 2, 63 | Objections. For the first two argue ~about the nurseries of 25 2, 85 | The first three objections argue on the side of the matter; 26 2, 85 | while the ~other three argue on the side of the form. 27 2, 8 | Objections: for the first three ~argue in reference to perfect 28 2, 47 | OBJ 3: It behooves us to argue, as it were, about the future 29 2, 121 | act on another seems to argue greater ~power than not 30 2, 165 | heavens about ~which they argue." In like manner, those 31 2, 187 | tongue, about whom you ~argue, saying; 'If all shut themselves 32 3, 16 | this word "begin" we cannot argue from the lower ~species 33 3, 45 | and whiteness of garments argue not a ~change of substance, 34 3, 54 | ccxlvii) that some men argue in this fashion: "If ~it 35 3, 61 | alteration." But it seems to argue some change in the ~Divine 36 3, 66 | Holy Ghost." Nor can we argue from the form to the use 37 Suppl, 13| as some maintain, ~who argue that a man profits more 38 Suppl, 88| the other objections which argue in the contrary sense, namely ~ 39 Suppl, 92| every respect, we must not argue that one thing is ~not to 40 Suppl, 94| the differences do not argue a difference of species


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