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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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research

   Part, Question
1 1, 116| procures knowledge by his own research; and from an ~exterior principle, 2 1, 116| senses; then by his own research advancing from the known 3 2, 32 | more pleasing than the ~research of what we do not know. 4 2, 32 | second, it ~happens that research is sometimes more pleasing 5 2, 41 | beginning of philosophical research: whereas stupor is a hindrance ~ 6 2, 62 | as they are ~open to the research of human reason. Theological 7 2, 2 | cogitatio" [thought] implies a research, for ~"cogitare" [to think] 8 2, 2 | faith is ~"an assent without research." Therefore thinking has 9 2, 2 | OBJ 1: Faith has not that research of natural reason which ~ 10 2, 2 | what is believed, but a research into those things whereby 11 2, 2 | to offer itself to human research, since it presupposes many 12 2, 4 | faith ~is an assent without research," and when others say that " 13 2, 43 | acquired by the study and research of reason, and is ~compatible 14 2, 47 | vi, 7. Now counsel is a research proceeding from certain 15 2, 49 | which implies ~doubt and research, and these are marks of 16 2, 49 | counsel, since this denotes a research of the ~reason about the 17 2, 49 | in speculative sciences, research and decision belong to ~ 18 2, 49 | in practical matters. Now research belongs to {euboulia} ~( 19 2, 49 | dialectics, which is directed to research and discovery, is distinct 20 2, 49 | matters some are good at research, through ~their reason being 21 2, 49 | principles thereof, whereas research is made by employing also 22 2, 49 | dialectics which aims ~at research proceeds from common principles; 23 2, 49 | deliberating well) to which the research of counsel belongs is one 24 2, 50 | to be moved through the research of reason to perform ~any 25 2, 50 | particular action, and this research is called counsel. Hence 26 2, 50 | infused, directs man in the research of counsel according to ~ 27 2, 50 | Wis. 9:14). Hence in ~the research of counsel, man requires 28 2, 50 | there precede in them any research of doubt, for ~they simply 29 2, 51 | to be considered in the research of ~reason; hence the Philosopher 30 2, 51 | something. Now just as research belongs to the reason, ~ 31 2, 51 | truth of the results of research by tracing those results 32 2, 93 | seriously by men in the research of the occult, ~whether 33 2, 93 | health that results from the research of the unknown by invoking 34 2, 180| devote ourselves to the research and contemplation of ~truth, 35 2, 183| devote ourselves to the research and contemplation of truth, ~


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