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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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observation

   Part, Question
1 1, 75 | opinion of those whose ~observation does not go beyond the senses. 2 1, 76 | when brought under the ~observation of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 74 | opinion of those whose ~observation does not go beyond the senses. 4 1, 75 | when brought under the ~observation of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 89 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The same observation applies to the second objection. 6 1, 102| impossible in two ways. First, by observation of things ~themselves: for 7 2, 9 | acts, gathered from the observation of heavenly ~bodies, are 8 2, 50 | we must make a further observation, namely, that God moves 9 2, 92 | professors": and the same observation seems to apply to idolatry. ~ 10 2, 93 | further." If, ~however, the observation regards the dispositions, 11 2, 93 | the second is merely an observation of the disposition or ~movement 12 2, 93 | many ~experiments that the observation of the stars is a means 13 2, 93 | the kind, but merely an observation of God's ~creatures. Therefore 14 2, 93 | foretold by ~means of their observation. But this is an unreasonable 15 2, 93 | foreknowledge of the future from an observation of the stars, except in ~ 16 2, 93 | Accordingly if anyone take observation of the stars in order to 17 2, 93 | if one were ~to apply the observation of the stars in order to 18 2, 122| according to reason. And this observation ~would seem very much to 19 2, 127| of hope arising from some observation which ~gives one a strong 20 2, 129| second point that calls for ~observation is that the thing in which 21 2, 160| pride originates in undue observation. Now observation ~pertains 22 2, 160| in undue observation. Now observation ~pertains not to the irascible 23 2, 160| 17), "holy men, by a like observation of other people's ~virtues, 24 2, 178| knowledge that one ~acquires by observation. Wherefore Gregory makes 25 3, 75 | this, ~Augustine makes this observation (Tract. xxx in Joan.): "


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