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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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scientific

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | a demonstration produces scientific knowledge; ~whereas faith 2 1, 12 | anything which is capable of scientific demonstration is ~held only 3 1, 12 | instance, if anyone knows by scientific ~demonstration that a triangle 4 1, 78 | Ethic. vi, 1) that "the ~scientific part" of the soul, by which 5 1, 78 | Philosopher calls ~the "scientific" part must be the same as 6 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The "scientific" part, of which the Philosopher 7 1, 78 | the soul - namely, the "scientific" and the "ratiocinative," 8 1, 84 | truth in the certitude of scientific conclusions.~Aquin.: SMT 9 1, 85 | the future is known with scientific ~certitude, just as the 10 1, 87 | quiddity; but we may have a scientific knowledge of them by ~way 11 2, 54 | different habits. But the same ~scientific truth belongs to different 12 2, 54 | act and for a habit ~of scientific knowledge. But many conclusions 13 2, 54 | acquires, by demonstration, ~scientific knowledge of one conclusion, 14 2, 54 | obtains, by demonstration, the scientific ~knowledge of another conclusion, 15 2, 57 | matters of which he has scientific knowledge: that he make 16 2, 57 | are different habits of scientific knowledge; whereas there 17 2, 57 | according to him, reside in the scientific part of the soul.~Aquin.: 18 2, 65 | of little study, acquires scientific knowledge ~about some conclusion 19 2, 1 | an object of ~vision or scientific knowledge for one man, even 20 2, 2 | science are of one ~common scientific aspect, they do not all 21 2, 2 | mean between opinion and scientific ~knowledge or the consideration 22 2, 2 | scientist's assent to a scientific fact and his consideration 23 2, 2 | demonstration, wherefore ~scientific assent is not meritorious. 24 2, 2 | or not to consider. Hence scientific consideration ~may be meritorious 25 2, 2 | sufficient reason for ~scientific knowledge, hence he does 26 2, 5 | how it ~is proved, has not scientific knowledge, but merely an 27 2, 23 | man who knows the same ~scientific truths with greater certainty 28 2, 38 | lawful, as is ~evident in scientific exercises. But warlike exercises 29 2, 42 | necessary, for their sake, that scientific ~conclusions should be traced 30 2, 87 | would seem ~absurd in a scientific discussion to wish to prove 31 2, 94 | God. Yet the demons ~know scientific truths: because sciences 32 2, 94 | is true," such as are all scientific conclusions. The demons 33 2, 171| those who receive infused ~scientific knowledge or wisdom, such 34 2, 171| is not ~ignorant of his scientific acquirements. Therefore 35 2, 174| instructed in wisdom and ~scientific knowledge, as required for


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