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1 1, 1 | Whether it is the same as wisdom?~(7) Whether God is its 2 1, 1 | speaks of it as one science: "Wisdom ~gave him the knowledge [ 3 1, 1 | handmaidens of this one: "Wisdom sent her maids to invite 4 1, 1 | doctrine is the same as wisdom?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[6] 5 1, 1 | doctrine is not the same as wisdom. For no ~doctrine which 6 1, 1 | is worthy of the name of wisdom; ~seeing that the wise man 7 1, 1 | Therefore this science is not ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[6] 8 1, 1 | Further, it is a part of wisdom to prove the principles 9 1, 1 | Therefore it is not the same as wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[6] 10 1, 1 | acquired by study, whereas wisdom is ~acquired by God's inspiration; 11 1, 1 | doctrine is not the same as ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[6] 12 1, 1 | Dt. 4:6): "This is your wisdom and ~understanding in the 13 1, 1 | answer that, This doctrine is wisdom above all human wisdom; 14 1, 1 | is wisdom above all human wisdom; not ~merely in any one 15 1, 1 | acts to a fitting ~end: "Wisdom is prudence to a man" (Prov. 16 1, 1 | of all called wise. Hence wisdom is said to be the knowledge 17 1, 1 | doctrine is especially called wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[6] 18 1, 1 | as through the ~highest wisdom, all our knowledge is set 19 1, 1 | Since judgment appertains to wisdom, the twofold manner of ~ 20 1, 1 | judging produces a twofold wisdom. A man may judge in one 21 1, 1 | divine things belongs to that wisdom ~which is set down among 22 1, 3 | accident in other things. But wisdom, virtue, and the like, which 23 1, 3 | Reply OBJ 1: Virtue and wisdom are not predicated of God 24 1, 4 | than life, and life than wisdom, if they are ~considered 25 1, 4 | does ~not include life and wisdom, because that which participates 26 1, 4 | includes in itself life and wisdom, because nothing of the ~ 27 1, 5 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Life, wisdom, and the like, are desirable 28 1, 8 | appears from the Book of Wisdom (Wis. 11:21). ~Therefore 29 1, 9 | Further, it is said of Wisdom, that "it is more mobile 30 1, 9 | Wis. 7:24). But God is wisdom itself; ~therefore God is 31 1, 9 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Wisdom is called mobile by way 32 1, 9 | proceed from the divine wisdom by way of some kind ~of 33 1, 9 | of art proceed from the wisdom of the artist. And so in 34 1, 9 | similitude of the divine wisdom proceeds in degrees ~from 35 1, 9 | and movement of the divine wisdom to ~things; as when we say 36 1, 10 | Ecclus. 1:1) that eternal "Wisdom is before age." Therefore 37 1, 12 | according to some ~aspect of wisdom, or of power, or of being 38 1, 12 | give unto you the spirit of wisdom . . . in ~the knowledge 39 1, 13 | and likewise it is His wisdom. Therefore ~these names 40 1, 13 | creatures; for ~instance, wisdom in creatures is a quality, 41 1, 13 | that He is the cause of ~wisdom or goodness, but that these 42 1, 14 | depth of the riches of the ~wisdom and of the knowledge of 43 1, 14 | of conclusions; he has "wisdom," according as he ~knows 44 1, 14 | it is said, "With Him is ~wisdom and strength, He hath counsel 45 1, 15 | operating, ~so are art and wisdom. But in God there are not 46 1, 15 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By wisdom and art we signify that 47 1, 19 | God surpasses all men in wisdom. Much ~less therefore is 48 1, 19 | cause of things, so is His wisdom. ~But no expressions are 49 1, 19 | are assigned to the divine wisdom. Therefore no ~expressions 50 1, 20 | all ~things with a like wisdom and goodness.~Aquin.: SMT 51 1, 21 | will anything but what His wisdom ~approves. This is, as it 52 1, 21 | creatures ~what His will and wisdom require, and what manifests 53 1, 21 | according to the ~divine wisdom. And although God in this 54 1, 21 | conformable to the rule of His wisdom, ~which is the law of His 55 1, 21 | is not in accord with His wisdom and ~goodness; and it is 56 1, 21 | accords with the divine wisdom and goodness. And the idea ~ 57 1, 22 | contrary, It is said of Divine Wisdom: "She reacheth from end 58 1, 25 | God hath made foolish the wisdom of this ~world" (1 Cor. 59 1, 25 | says: "God hath made the wisdom of this ~world foolish [* 60 1, 25 | inferior ~causes, as the wisdom of this world judges them; 61 1, 25 | 2). Thus is ~it that the wisdom of the world is deemed foolish, 62 1, 25 | the order of the divine wisdom and justice without ~which 63 1, 25 | is nothing else but His wisdom, it can indeed be fittingly 64 1, 25 | the order of the ~divine wisdom; for the divine wisdom includes 65 1, 25 | divine wisdom; for the divine wisdom includes the whole potency 66 1, 25 | placed in creation by divine wisdom, in which ~order the notion 67 1, 25 | so adequate to the divine wisdom that the divine wisdom should 68 1, 25 | divine wisdom that the divine wisdom should be ~restricted to 69 1, 25 | made for that end, the wisdom of the maker is restricted 70 1, 25 | created. Whence the divine wisdom is not so restricted to 71 1, 25 | and again intellect from wisdom, and will from ~justice, 72 1, 25 | essence, will and ~intellect, wisdom and justice, are one and 73 1, 25 | A[3]), neither are the wisdom and justice of ~God restricted 74 1, 25 | commanding, and the intellect and wisdom as directing; what is attributed ~ 75 1, 25 | exists, the divine power and wisdom are not thus restricted. 76 1, 25 | cannot make it from greater ~wisdom and goodness. But if it 77 1, 27 | procession of ~the divine Wisdom, namely, conception and 78 1, 27 | the ~person of the divine Wisdom, "The depths were not as 79 1, 28 | is signified by the word "wisdom," it would not ~in that 80 1, 30 | God, such as goodness and ~wisdom, are not mutually opposed; 81 1, 32 | Apostle says also, "We speak wisdom among the perfect, but not ~ 82 1, 32 | the perfect, but not ~the wisdom of this world, nor of the 83 1, 32 | world; but we speak ~the wisdom of God in a mystery which 84 1, 32 | s words, "We speak ~the wisdom of God which none of the 85 1, 32 | as power to the Father, ~wisdom to the Son, goodness to 86 1, 32 | we say Deity and God; or wisdom and wise; but the ~same 87 1, 32 | the same as the divine wisdom by reason of the common 88 1, 34 | that the Word is "begotten wisdom;" for it is nothing ~but 89 1, 34 | conceived of the divine wisdom; as anyone is said to do 90 1, 36 | the ~beauty of the divine wisdom is displayed. So if from 91 1, 37 | and Holy ~Ghost are called Wisdom, and are not three Wisdoms, 92 1, 37 | intelligence conceived," or "wisdom begotten."~Aquin.: SMT FP 93 1, 37 | Father ~is not wise by the Wisdom begotten. But as the Son 94 1, 37 | begotten. But as the Son is Wisdom begotten, so ~the Holy Ghost 95 1, 37 | the Father is wise by the Wisdom begotten." Others say that ~ 96 1, 39 | Father and the Son are one ~Wisdom, because they are one essence; 97 1, 39 | essence; and taken singly Wisdom is from ~Wisdom, as essence 98 1, 39 | taken singly Wisdom is from ~Wisdom, as essence from essence."~ 99 1, 39 | essence from essence"; or "wisdom from wisdom"; we ~should 100 1, 39 | essence"; or "wisdom from wisdom"; we ~should take the sense 101 1, 39 | Son" who is essence and wisdom, is from ~the Father who 102 1, 39 | Father who is essence and wisdom. Nevertheless, as regards 103 1, 39 | nature from nature," and "wisdom from wisdom" ~are less inexact 104 1, 39 | nature," and "wisdom from wisdom" ~are less inexact than " 105 1, 39 | the power of God and the ~wisdom of God" (1 Cor. 1:24).~Aquin.: 106 1, 39 | Father is wise, ~not by Wisdom begotten by Him, as though 107 1, 39 | though only the Son were Wisdom; so ~that the Father and 108 1, 39 | But the Son is called the Wisdom of the Father, ~because 109 1, 39 | the Father, ~because He is Wisdom from the Father Who is Wisdom. 110 1, 39 | Wisdom from the Father Who is Wisdom. For each of them is ~of 111 1, 39 | each of them is ~of Himself Wisdom; and both together are one 112 1, 39 | and both together are one Wisdom. Whence the Father is ~not 113 1, 39 | Father is ~not wise by the wisdom begotten by Him, but by 114 1, 39 | begotten by Him, but by the wisdom which is His ~own essence.~ 115 1, 39 | Father is not wise by the wisdom begotten, as above ~explained ( 116 1, 39 | attributed ~"power," to the Son "wisdom," to the Holy Ghost "goodness." 117 1, 39 | appropriation, of "power," "wisdom," and "goodness." This ~ 118 1, 39 | by ~reason of old age. "Wisdom" has likeness to the heavenly 119 1, 39 | nothing but the concept of wisdom. In an earthly son ~this 120 1, 39 | works by his art. Hence, as wisdom and art are appropriated 121 1, 40 | essence Itself; and ~so, wisdom and power are the same in 122 1, 41 | in the person of the ~Wisdom begotten,"I came out of 123 1, 41 | said as uttered by the same Wisdom, "From the beginning, and 124 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 4: When we say "Wisdom was created," this may be 125 1, 41 | may be understood ~not of Wisdom which is the Son of God, 126 1, 41 | Son of God, but of created wisdom given by God ~to creatures: 127 1, 41 | He created her [namely, Wisdom] in the ~Holy Ghost, and 128 1, 41 | one text to speak of the Wisdom ~begotten and wisdom created, 129 1, 41 | the Wisdom ~begotten and wisdom created, for wisdom created 130 1, 41 | and wisdom created, for wisdom created is a kind of ~participation 131 1, 41 | participation of the uncreated Wisdom. The saying may also be 132 1, 41 | creature. Or the mention of wisdom as both created and ~begotten 133 1, 43 | contrary, It is said of divine Wisdom (Wis. 9:10): "Send her from ~ 134 1, 43 | this is properly called wisdom [sapientia], as it were 135 1, 43 | according to Ecclus. 6:23: "The wisdom of doctrine is ~according 136 1, 43 | conception He was filled with all wisdom and grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 137 1, 44 | before self-subsisting wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 138 1, 44 | be reduced to the divine wisdom as its first ~principle, 139 1, 44 | first ~principle, for divine wisdom devised the order of the 140 1, 44 | say that ~in the divine wisdom are the types of all things, 141 1, 44 | life ~and self-existing wisdom" he sometimes denotes God 142 1, 45 | by power, goodness and wisdom - and thus ~does not belong 143 1, 45 | the Son is appropriated wisdom, through which the ~intellectual 144 1, 45 | of things is reduced to "wisdom," and the ~justification 145 1, 45 | mentioned in the Book of ~Wisdom (9:21). For "measure" refers 146 1, 46 | exemplar cause by reason of His wisdom, and the efficient cause, 147 1, 46 | to the Son by reason of wisdom, in ~order that, as it is 148 1, 46 | hast made all things in ~wisdom," it may be understood that 149 1, 47 | 6~And because the divine wisdom is the cause of the distinction 150 1, 47 | which is the concept of His wisdom; and this is what we read 151 1, 47 | must be said that as the wisdom of God is the cause of the ~ 152 1, 47 | distinction of things, so the same wisdom is the cause of their ~inequality. 153 1, 47 | Therefore, as the divine wisdom is the cause of the distinction ~ 154 1, 47 | acknowledge any ordaining wisdom, but rather believe in ~ 155 1, 48 | whole body. But ~divine wisdom inflicts pain to prevent 156 1, 50 | according ~to the divine wisdom devising the various orders 157 1, 56 | the order of the Divine Wisdom, Which to the angels is ~ 158 1, 57 | contained in ~the Divine wisdom. But the angels behold God' 159 1, 57 | the angels behold God's wisdom, which is His ~essence. 160 1, 57 | angels ~beholding the Divine wisdom more clearly, learn more 161 1, 57 | bliss behold the Divine wisdom, yet ~they do not comprehend 162 1, 58 | falls short of the truth of wisdom, and ~which has a depraved 163 1, 58 | perverted from the Divine wisdom, they at times form their ~ 164 1, 58 | being subject to the Divine wisdom; while nescience is in the 165 1, 61 | the person of begotten ~Wisdom: "The Lord possessed me 166 1, 62 | keener intelligence in wisdom, were likewise endowed with 167 1, 62 | Who, in the order of His ~wisdom, established various degrees 168 1, 63 | with greater fulness of wisdom ~than man. But no man, save 169 1, 64 | belongs to the gift of ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 170 1, 65 | natures, ~according to His wisdom, and without injustice, 171 1, 65 | governed by the ~Divine wisdom, so by it were all things 172 1, 65 | hast made all things in wisdom." But "it belongs to wisdom 173 1, 65 | wisdom." But "it belongs to wisdom to ~ordain," as stated in 174 1, 65 | such that by the Divine wisdom diverse grades are constituted 175 1, 65 | A[2]); so that by His wisdom He is the cause ~of diverse 176 1, 66 | God's part, ~but from His wisdom, and from the design of 177 1, 66 | it is a proof of Divine wisdom, that the things it ~created 178 1, 67 | an evidence of the Divine wisdom, that ~among the works of 179 1, 68 | to the ~order of Divine wisdom. Now it would ill become 180 1, 68 | would ill become the Divine wisdom to make ~afterwards that 181 1, 75 | expressed in the words of Wisdom 2. Therefore the saying 182 1, 37 | and Holy ~Ghost are called Wisdom, and are not three Wisdoms, 183 1, 37 | intelligence conceived," or "wisdom begotten."~Aquin.: SMT FP 184 1, 37 | Father ~is not wise by the Wisdom begotten. But as the Son 185 1, 37 | begotten. But as the Son is Wisdom begotten, so ~the Holy Ghost 186 1, 37 | the Father is wise by the Wisdom begotten." Others say that ~ 187 1, 39 | Father and the Son are one ~Wisdom, because they are one essence; 188 1, 39 | essence; and taken singly Wisdom is from Wisdom, as essence 189 1, 39 | taken singly Wisdom is from Wisdom, as essence from essence."~ 190 1, 39 | essence from essence"; or "wisdom from wisdom"; we ~should 191 1, 39 | essence"; or "wisdom from wisdom"; we ~should take the sense 192 1, 39 | Son" who is essence and wisdom, is from ~the Father who 193 1, 39 | Father who is essence and wisdom. Nevertheless, as regards 194 1, 39 | nature from nature," and "wisdom from wisdom" ~are less inexact 195 1, 39 | nature," and "wisdom from wisdom" ~are less inexact than " 196 1, 39 | the power of God and the ~wisdom of God" (1 Cor. 1:24).~Aquin.: 197 1, 39 | Father is wise, ~not by Wisdom begotten by Him, as though 198 1, 39 | though only the Son were Wisdom; so ~that the Father and 199 1, 39 | But the Son is called the Wisdom of the Father, ~because 200 1, 39 | the Father, ~because He is Wisdom from the Father Who is Wisdom. 201 1, 39 | Wisdom from the Father Who is Wisdom. For each of them is ~of 202 1, 39 | each of them is ~of Himself Wisdom; and both together are one 203 1, 39 | and both together are one Wisdom. Whence the Father is ~not 204 1, 39 | Father is ~not wise by the wisdom begotten by Him, but by 205 1, 39 | begotten by Him, but by the wisdom which is His ~own essence.~ 206 1, 39 | Father is not wise by the wisdom begotten, as above ~explained ( 207 1, 39 | attributed ~"power," to the Son "wisdom," to the Holy Ghost "goodness." 208 1, 39 | appropriation, of "power," "wisdom," and "goodness." This ~ 209 1, 39 | by ~reason of old age. "Wisdom" has likeness to the heavenly 210 1, 39 | nothing but the concept of wisdom. In an earthly son ~this 211 1, 39 | works by his art. Hence, as wisdom and art are appropriated 212 1, 40 | essence Itself; and ~so, wisdom and power are the same in 213 1, 41 | in the person of the ~Wisdom begotten,"I came out of 214 1, 41 | said as uttered by the same Wisdom, "From the beginning, and 215 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 4: When we say "Wisdom was created," this may be 216 1, 41 | may be understood ~not of Wisdom which is the Son of God, 217 1, 41 | Son of God, but of created wisdom given by God ~to creatures: 218 1, 41 | He created her [namely, Wisdom] in the ~Holy Ghost, and 219 1, 41 | one text to speak of the Wisdom ~begotten and wisdom created, 220 1, 41 | the Wisdom ~begotten and wisdom created, for wisdom created 221 1, 41 | and wisdom created, for wisdom created is a kind of ~participation 222 1, 41 | participation of the uncreated Wisdom. The saying may also be 223 1, 41 | creature. Or the mention of wisdom as both created and ~begotten 224 1, 43 | contrary, It is said of divine Wisdom (Wis. 9:10): "Send her from ~ 225 1, 43 | this is properly called wisdom [sapientia], as it were 226 1, 43 | according to Ecclus. 6:23: "The wisdom of doctrine is ~according 227 1, 43 | conception He was filled with all wisdom and grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 228 1, 45 | before self-subsisting wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 229 1, 45 | be reduced to the divine wisdom as its first ~principle, 230 1, 45 | first ~principle, for divine wisdom devised the order of the 231 1, 45 | say that ~in the divine wisdom are the types of all things, 232 1, 45 | life ~and self-existing wisdom" he sometimes denotes God 233 1, 46 | by power, goodness and wisdom - and thus ~does not belong 234 1, 46 | the Son is appropriated wisdom, through which the ~intellectual 235 1, 46 | of things is reduced to "wisdom," and the ~justification 236 1, 46 | mentioned in the Book of ~Wisdom (9:21). For "measure" refers 237 1, 47 | exemplar cause by reason of His wisdom, and the efficient cause, 238 1, 47 | to the Son by reason of wisdom, in ~order that, as it is 239 1, 47 | hast made all things in ~wisdom," it may be understood that 240 1, 48 | 6~And because the divine wisdom is the cause of the distinction 241 1, 48 | which is the concept of His wisdom; and this is what we read 242 1, 48 | must be said that as the wisdom of God is the cause of the ~ 243 1, 48 | distinction of things, so the same wisdom is the cause of their ~inequality. 244 1, 48 | Therefore, as the divine wisdom is the cause of the distinction ~ 245 1, 48 | acknowledge any ordaining wisdom, but rather believe in ~ 246 1, 49 | whole body. But ~divine wisdom inflicts pain to prevent 247 1, 51 | according ~to the divine wisdom devising the various orders 248 1, 57 | the order of the Divine Wisdom, Which to the angels is ~ 249 1, 58 | contained in ~the Divine wisdom. But the angels behold God' 250 1, 58 | the angels behold God's wisdom, which is His ~essence. 251 1, 58 | angels ~beholding the Divine wisdom more clearly, learn more 252 1, 58 | bliss behold the Divine wisdom, yet ~they do not comprehend 253 1, 59 | falls short of the truth of wisdom, and ~which has a depraved 254 1, 59 | perverted from the Divine wisdom, they at times form their ~ 255 1, 59 | being subject to the Divine wisdom; while nescience is in the 256 1, 62 | the person of begotten ~Wisdom: "The Lord possessed me 257 1, 63 | keener intelligence in wisdom, were likewise endowed with 258 1, 63 | Who, in the order of His ~wisdom, established various degrees 259 1, 64 | with greater fulness of wisdom ~than man. But no man, save 260 1, 65 | belongs to the gift of ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 261 1, 66 | natures, ~according to His wisdom, and without injustice, 262 1, 66 | governed by the ~Divine wisdom, so by it were all things 263 1, 66 | hast made all things in wisdom." But "it belongs to wisdom 264 1, 66 | wisdom." But "it belongs to wisdom to ~ordain," as stated in 265 1, 66 | such that by the Divine wisdom diverse grades are constituted 266 1, 66 | A[2]); so that by His wisdom He is the cause ~of diverse 267 1, 67 | God's part, ~but from His wisdom, and from the design of 268 1, 67 | it is a proof of Divine wisdom, that the things it ~created 269 1, 68 | an evidence of the Divine wisdom, that ~among the works of 270 1, 69 | to the ~order of Divine wisdom. Now it would ill become 271 1, 69 | would ill become the Divine wisdom to make ~afterwards that 272 1, 74 | expressed in the words of Wisdom 2. Therefore the saying 273 1, 78 | their ~various habits: for wisdom is attributed to the higher 274 1, 78 | called phronesis [that is, wisdom], and phronesis if dilated ~ 275 1, 78 | belongs to "phronesis" or "wisdom"; for "it ~belongs to the 276 1, 81 | as the concupiscence of wisdom, of which ~it is said (Ws. 277 1, 81 | The concupiscence of wisdom bringeth to the ~eternal 278 1, 83 | per se" life or "per se" wisdom are creative substances, ~ 279 1, 85 | objects of ~understanding, wisdom and knowledge are not contingent, 280 1, 87 | attained through the virtue of wisdom, which in the sixth chapter 281 1, 92 | intelligent, like to the Supreme Wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 282 1, 101 | thing, for it is written of Wisdom ~that "She is a tree of 283 1, 102 | said (Wis. 8) of Divine wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 284 1, 108 | This agrees too with Divine wisdom, which leaves nothing ~inordinate, 285 1, 108 | ministers of the Divine wisdom. ~Hence as the Divine wisdom 286 1, 108 | wisdom. ~Hence as the Divine wisdom permits some evil to be 287 1, 109 | sought in the order of Divine wisdom, Who places different rulers 288 1, 109 | Div. Nom. vii): "Divine wisdom has ~joined the ends of 289 1, 111 | hinders the contemplation of wisdom; ~hence it is said: "He 290 1, 111 | in action, shall receive wisdom" ~(Ecclus. 38:25). So if 291 1, 112 | is the ordering of Divine wisdom on ~such matters, the angels 292 1, 112 | they need to consult Divine wisdom thereupon. Wherefore forasmuch 293 1, 116 | 10): "That the manifold wisdom of God may be made known 294 1, 116 | yet so that the multiform wisdom of God was ~made known to 295 2, 2 | riches, seeing he cannot buy wisdom."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[ 296 2, 2 | necessary to him; for instance, wisdom, bodily health, and ~such 297 2, 2 | Div. Nom. vii) that Divine wisdom "unites the ends of ~first 298 2, 3 | virtues - "knowledge," "wisdom" and "understanding," which 299 2, 3 | the wise man glory ~in his wisdom": and this is said in reference 300 2, 4 | with her," i.e. with divine wisdom, which consists in ~contemplating 301 2, 5 | with the contemplation of wisdom. In like manner neither 302 2, 5 | of the ~contemplation of wisdom (Wis. 8:16): "Her conversation 303 2, 5 | But the order of Divine ~wisdom demands that it should not 304 2, 5 | to the order of ~Divine wisdom, by one movement of a meritorious 305 2, 26 | Wis. 8:2): "Her," namely wisdom, "have I loved, and have ~ 306 2, 26 | appetite, cannot tend to wisdom, which is not ~apprehended 307 2, 30 | there is a concupiscence of wisdom, according to Wis. 6:21: ~" 308 2, 30 | concupiscence [Douay: 'desire'] of wisdom bringeth to the ~everlasting 309 2, 30 | can have no tendency to ~wisdom. Therefore concupiscence 310 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 1: The craving for wisdom, or other spiritual goods, 311 2, 31 | derived from the operation ~of wisdom."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 312 2, 32 | wonder is the beginning of wisdom, being as it were, the ~ 313 2, 33 | repose myself with her," i.e. wisdom. But ~pleasure is a kind 314 2, 35 | Wis. 8:16): "Her," i.e. wisdom's, ~"conversation hath no 315 2, 35 | conversation and company of wisdom are found in ~contemplation. 316 2, 37 | 4,5: "If thou shalt seek wisdom as money, and shall dig 317 2, 38 | perfectly one is a ~lover of wisdom. And therefore in the midst 318 2, 39 | the inferior part. But ~wisdom is the greatest good of 319 2, 50 | 2,3,10) puts science, ~wisdom and understanding, which 320 2, 50 | intellectual virtues, which are wisdom, science and ~understanding, 321 2, 50 | Thrones and Outpouring ~of Wisdom, by which is indicated the 322 2, 50 | Commentary on the ~Predicaments: "Wisdom which is in the soul is 323 2, 50 | not to partake of Divine wisdom and goodness, therefore, 324 2, 51 | participation of the ~Divine wisdom and not by their own essence, 325 2, 51 | him with the ~spirit of wisdom and understanding." Now 326 2, 51 | and understanding." Now wisdom and understanding are ~habits. 327 2, 51 | respect of the order of His Wisdom, for some fixed motive, 328 2, 56 | 3) holds that science, wisdom and understanding, ~and 329 2, 57 | they are three, namely, wisdom, science and understanding?~( 330 2, 57 | speculative intellect, viz. ~wisdom, science and understanding?~ 331 2, 57 | speculative intellect, viz. wisdom, science and understanding. 332 2, 57 | Ethic. vi, 7. Therefore wisdom ~should not be condivided 333 2, 57 | intellectual virtues, viz. wisdom, science and ~understanding.~ 334 2, 57 | nature. And ~about these is "wisdom," which considers the highest 335 2, 57 | whereas there is but ~one wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] A[ 336 2, 57 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Wisdom is a kind of science, in 337 2, 57 | both of these depend on wisdom, as obtaining the highest ~ 338 2, 57 | written (Wis. 8:7) of Divine Wisdom: "She teacheth ~temperance 339 2, 58 | sober." Accordingly, then, wisdom and understanding are not ~ 340 2, 58 | of these, viz. science, ~wisdom, understanding, prudence, 341 2, 58 | intellectual ~virtues, viz. wisdom, science, and art; but not 342 2, 59 | the virtues are effects of wisdom, according to Wis. 8:7: " 343 2, 59 | 8:7: "She," i.e. ~Divine wisdom, "teacheth temperance, and 344 2, 59 | Now the "conversation" of wisdom "hath no bitterness," as 345 2, 59 | is not made ~sorrowful by wisdom. Yet he sorrows for anything 346 2, 59 | for anything that hinders wisdom. ~Consequently there is 347 2, 59 | can be no hindrance to wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 348 2, 62 | directs us to ~God: this is wisdom, which is about Divine things, 349 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The wisdom which the Philosopher (Ethic. 350 2, 66 | according to ~the order of His wisdom, whereby He bestows on men 351 2, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether wisdom is the greatest of the intellectual 352 2, 66 | OBJ 1: It would seem that wisdom is not the greatest of the 353 2, 66 | prudence seems to command wisdom, for it is stated in Ethic. 354 2, 66 | what extent." Since, then, ~wisdom is one of the sciences, 355 2, 66 | prudence is greater than ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 356 2, 66 | brought to happiness: ~whereas wisdom takes no notice of human 357 2, 66 | is a greater virtue than wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 358 2, 66 | which are the object of ~wisdom, which is the distinction 359 2, 66 | is a ~greater virtue than wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 360 2, 66 | knowledge ~of conclusions. But wisdom draws conclusions from indemonstrable ~ 361 2, 66 | is a greater virtue than ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 362 2, 66 | says (Ethic. vi, 7) that wisdom is "the ~head" among "the 363 2, 66 | object. Now the object of wisdom surpasses ~the objects of 364 2, 66 | intellectual virtues: because wisdom considers the ~Supreme Cause, 365 2, 66 | effects; hence it is that ~wisdom exercises judgment over 366 2, 66 | about human affairs, and wisdom about the ~Supreme Cause, 367 2, 66 | be a greater virtue than ~wisdom, "unless," as stated in 368 2, 66 | prudence does not command wisdom, but vice versa: because " 369 2, 66 | which are ~the object of wisdom: but its command covers 370 2, 66 | covers things directed to wisdom, ~viz. how men are to obtain 371 2, 66 | viz. how men are to obtain wisdom. Wherefore prudence, or 372 2, 66 | this way, the servant of wisdom; for it leads to wisdom, ~ 373 2, 66 | wisdom; for it leads to wisdom, ~preparing the way for 374 2, 66 | acquiring happiness, but ~wisdom considers the very object 375 2, 66 | indeed the consideration of wisdom were perfect in ~respect 376 2, 66 | happiness in the act of ~wisdom: but as, in this life, the 377 2, 66 | in this life, the act of wisdom is imperfect in respect ~ 378 2, 66 | follows that the act of wisdom ~is a beginning or participation 379 2, 66 | future happiness, so that wisdom is ~nearer than prudence 380 2, 66 | mean things." Accordingly wisdom, to ~which knowledge about 381 2, 66 | which ~we can have through wisdom is preferable to all other 382 2, 66 | constituted, is the function of ~wisdom: since universal being is 383 2, 66 | Cause, ~which is God. And so wisdom makes use of indemonstrable 384 2, 66 | Hence it follows that ~wisdom is a greater virtue than 385 2, 68 | stated above (Q[57], A[2]), wisdom, understanding, and knowledge ~ 386 2, 68 | belong to the reason, viz. wisdom, knowledge, ~understanding 387 2, 68 | 3): "The spirit . . . of wisdom and of ~understanding . . . 388 2, 68 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Wisdom is called an intellectual 389 2, 68 | that "the Holy Ghost gives ~wisdom against folly, understanding 390 2, 68 | contrary, Of all the gifts, wisdom seems to be the highest, 391 2, 68 | for salvation: since of ~wisdom it is written (Wis. 7:28): " 392 2, 68 | him that dwelleth ~with wisdom"; and of fear (Ecclus. 1: 393 2, 68 | intellectual virtues, viz. wisdom, understanding, knowledge, 394 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, wisdom is added in order to direct 395 2, 68 | reason is perfected by "wisdom"; the practical reason by " 396 2, 68 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Wisdom directs both the intellect 397 2, 68 | down as corresponding to wisdom as their ~directing principle; 398 2, 68 | Divine excellence, which wisdom considers.~Aquin.: SMT FS 399 2, 68 | Spirit, is given the word of ~wisdom, and to another, the word 400 2, 68 | to the same ~Spirit." Now wisdom and knowledge are reckoned 401 2, 68 | Gregory says (Moral. i) that wisdom "is of small account ~if 402 2, 68 | if it be ~not based upon wisdom . . . Counsel is worthless, 403 2, 68 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Wisdom and knowledge can be considered 404 2, 68 | in this passage, about wisdom and knowledge: hence he ~ 405 2, 68 | pointedly the "word" of wisdom and the "word" of knowledge. 406 2, 68 | the Holy Ghost: and thus ~wisdom and knowledge are nothing 407 2, 68 | understanding were without wisdom, it ~would not be a gift; 408 2, 68 | contemplative life, ~e.g. wisdom and understanding: and some 409 2, 68 | state. For he says that "wisdom strengthens the mind with 410 2, 68 | preferable to the active, ~viz. wisdom, understanding and science 411 2, 68 | prudence and art (yet so that ~wisdom stands before understanding, 412 2, 68 | so also among the gifts, wisdom, ~understanding, knowledge, 413 2, 68 | enumerated; but so far as wisdom and understanding are ~given 414 2, 68 | Lord is ~the beginning of wisdom" (Ps. 110:10; Ecclus. 1: 415 2, 68 | against folly to bestow wisdom; against dullness, ~understanding; 416 2, 68 | sacrifice of ~prayer . . . lest wisdom may uplift; or understanding, 417 2, 68 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Wisdom and understanding and the 418 2, 68 | Cor. 13:4). Consequently wisdom and understanding and the ~ 419 2, 69 | the beginning of perfect ~wisdom, in so far as "the spirit" 420 2, 69 | some of the gifts, viz. wisdom and understanding, belong 421 2, 69 | is the man that findeth wisdom." ~Therefore the beatitudes 422 2, 69 | corresponds to the ~gift of wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 423 2, 69 | is the man ~that findeth wisdom," this must be referred 424 2, 69 | with God through consummate wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 425 2, 70 | corresponding to the acts of wisdom, and of many other ~virtues. 426 2, 70 | ways. Wherefore the acts of wisdom and of any gifts ~directing 427 2, 73 | great is he that findeth wisdom and ~knowledge! but there 428 2, 79 | according to the order of ~His wisdom and justice, since He Himself 429 2, 79 | justice, since He Himself is Wisdom and Justice: so that ~if 430 2, 79 | through the order of His wisdom. Now although the sun, so 431 2, 79 | intellect by the gift of wisdom, and softens the ~affections 432 2, 83 | original sin, ~God, Who is wisdom itself, would never infuse 433 2, 83 | Wherefore ~God, according to His wisdom, does not overlook the general 434 2, 85 | to the order of Divine ~wisdom, at a fitting time. Because 435 2, 86 | the Divine light, viz. of wisdom and grace, whereby man is 436 2, 91 | participation of Divine Wisdom, there is in us the knowledge 437 2, 91 | contained in the Divine Wisdom; so too, on the part ~of 438 2, 91 | true and right; "giving wisdom to little ones," by ~directing 439 2, 93 | Q[90]). Now God, by His wisdom, is ~the Creator of all 440 2, 93 | the ~type of the Divine Wisdom, inasmuch as by It all things 441 2, 93 | idea; so the type of Divine Wisdom, as ~moving all things to 442 2, 93 | than the type of Divine ~Wisdom, as directing all actions 443 2, 93 | On the contrary, Divine Wisdom says (Prov. 8:15): "By Me 444 2, 93 | But the type of Divine Wisdom is the ~eternal law, as 445 2, 93 | they are planned by Divine ~Wisdom. In reference to these things 446 2, 93 | The prudence [Vulg.: ~'wisdom'] of the flesh is an enemy 447 2, 93 | added knowledge of faith and wisdom; and again, ~besides the 448 2, 96 | should be reckoned wise: for Wisdom ~says (Prov. 8:15): "By 449 2, 100 | answer that, The highest wisdom is contained in the precepts 450 2, 100 | Dt. 4:6): "This is your wisdom and ~understanding in the 451 2, 100 | nations." Now it belongs to wisdom to ~arrange all things in 452 2, 101 | thee the secrets of ~His wisdom, and that His Law is manifold."~ 453 2, 102 | proceed from the Divine wisdom must needs be well ordered, 454 2, 102 | were institutions of Divine wisdom: hence it is ~written (Dt. 455 2, 102 | Dt. 4:6): "This is your wisdom and understanding in the 456 2, 102 | him that ~dwelleth with wisdom": whence it seems to follow 457 2, 102 | denoted the priest's need ~of wisdom in the heart, to instruct 458 2, 102 | signifies the discretion of wisdom, or again, ~mortification 459 2, 102 | human affairs. These are wisdom, signified by the ~tables 460 2, 102 | Divine ~attributes, viz. wisdom, in the tables; power, in 461 2, 102 | sensible sign thereof, the wisdom which was ~expressed on 462 2, 102 | De Coelo et Mundo ii; and wisdom, like other spiritual ~goods, 463 2, 102 | temporal goods and ~spiritual wisdom; because thereby both spiritual 464 2, 102 | because thereby both spiritual wisdom and temporal ~goods are 465 2, 102 | for Christ was full of wisdom and ~charity, which are 466 2, 102 | hast made all things in wisdom." Therefore there was ~nothing 467 2, 102 | shave their heads, ~i.e. set wisdom aside; nor should they shave 468 2, 102 | aside ~the perfection of wisdom; nor rend their garments 469 2, 105 | On the contrary, Divine Wisdom declares (Prov. 8:8): "All 470 2, 106 | Wis. 7:27) that Divine Wisdom "through ~nations conveyeth 471 2, 106 | clergy who are intent ~on wisdom (which is appropriated to 472 2, 111 | speeches pertains either to ~wisdom or to knowledge, according 473 2, 111 | understanding in every book and wisdom." Hence it ~is not correct 474 2, 111 | speeches ~against the word of wisdom and knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 475 2, 111 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, as wisdom and knowledge are gifts 476 2, 111 | Spirit is given the word of wisdom; and to another the word 477 2, 111 | hence we have the word of ~"wisdom," which is the knowledge 478 2, 111 | replete ~with the word of wisdom and of knowledge and the 479 2, 111 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Wisdom and knowledge are not numbered 480 2, 111 | Ghost to the things of wisdom and knowledge; for thus 481 2, 111 | fullness of ~knowledge and wisdom that a man may not merely 482 2, 111 | that it is the "word" of wisdom and the "word" of knowledge ~ 483 2, 113 | received from ~God the gift of wisdom when asleep, as related 484 2, 113 | neither merited nor received wisdom whilst asleep; ~but it was 485 2, 113 | of his previous ~desire wisdom would be infused into him 486 2, 113 | comparison between the gift of ~wisdom and the gift of justifying 487 2, 113 | movement of free-will. But wisdom perfects the intellect which ~ 488 2, 113 | enlightened with the gift of wisdom, even as we see ~that things 489 2, 113 | knowledge, and by the gift of wisdom. Hence no act ~of faith 490 2, 113 | justification. But the gift of wisdom ~presupposes the knowledge 491 2, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as wisdom is a gift of God, so also 492 2, 113 | anyone should suddenly obtain wisdom from God without ~study. 493 2, 113 | A man naturally acquires wisdom and knowledge from God by ~ 494 2, 1 | have ~been made of God's wisdom and providence, even as 495 2, 1 | Ghost, and by the gift of wisdom, which is ~appropriated 496 2, 4 | according to Eph. 2:8, so also wisdom and knowledge are numbered ~ 497 2, 4 | according to Is. 11:2. Now wisdom and knowledge differ ~in 498 2, 4 | knowledge differ ~in this, that wisdom is about eternal things, 499 2, 4 | eternal. It is different with wisdom ~and knowledge, which consider 500 2, 4 | understanding, science and also wisdom are free of any doubt about ~


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