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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | many?~(4) Whether it is speculative or practical?~(5) How it 2 1, 1 | is not a ~practical but a speculative science.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 1 | philosophical sciences one ~is speculative and another practical, nevertheless 4 1, 1 | His works. Still, it is speculative rather than practical because 5 1, 1 | Since this science is partly speculative and partly ~practical, it 6 1, 1 | it transcends all others speculative and practical. Now one ~ 7 1, 1 | and practical. Now one ~speculative science is said to be nobler 8 1, 1 | science surpasses other ~speculative sciences; in point of greater 9 1, 12 | is not an enigmatic nor a speculative vision, but ~is, on the 10 1, 14 | variable?~(16) Whether God has speculative or practical knowledge of 11 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Whether God has a speculative knowledge of things?~Aquin.: 12 1, 14 | seems that God has not a speculative knowledge of things. For ~ 13 1, 14 | shown above (A[8]). But ~speculative knowledge is not the cause 14 1, 14 | knowledge of God is not speculative.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 15 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, speculative knowledge comes by abstraction 16 1, 14 | knowledge of ~God is not speculative.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 17 1, 14 | attributed to ~God. But speculative knowledge is more excellent 18 1, 14 | Metaphysics. ~Therefore God has a speculative knowledge of things.~Aquin.: 19 1, 14 | that, Some knowledge is speculative only; some is practical ~ 20 1, 14 | only; and some is partly speculative and partly practical. In 21 1, 14 | knowledge can be called speculative in ~three ways: first, on 22 1, 14 | consider ~operable things in a speculative manner, and not as practically 23 1, 14 | differs in its ~end from the speculative," as the Philosopher says ( 24 1, 14 | whereas ~the end of the speculative intellect is the consideration 25 1, 14 | this would be ~only a speculative considerations as regards 26 1, 14 | Therefore knowledge which is speculative by ~reason of the thing 27 1, 14 | itself known, is merely speculative. But that which ~is speculative 28 1, 14 | speculative. But that which ~is speculative either in its mode or as 29 1, 14 | as to its end is partly speculative ~and partly practical: and 30 1, 14 | that God has of ~Himself a speculative knowledge only; for He Himself 31 1, 14 | other things He has both speculative and practical knowledge. 32 1, 14 | practical knowledge. He ~has speculative knowledge as regards the 33 1, 14 | not essentially belong to speculative knowledge, but only accidentally 34 1, 14 | only in so far as they are speculative. Nevertheless this ~does 35 1, 14 | impair the nobility of His speculative knowledge, forasmuch as ~ 36 1, 14 | speculatively; and so in the speculative knowledge of Himself, he ~ 37 1, 14 | Himself, he ~possesses both speculative and practical knowledge 38 1, 15 | type," and may belong to speculative ~knowledge also. As an exemplar, 39 1, 15 | they are known by Him in a speculative manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 40 1, 19 | by the ~will. Hence, the speculative intellect has nothing to 41 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In speculative things the medium of demonstration, 42 1, 59 | As ~a man's estimate in speculative matters differs from an 43 1, 64 | twofold: the first is purely speculative, as when Divine ~secrets 44 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In speculative things the medium of demonstration, 45 1, 60 | As ~a man's estimate in speculative matters differs from an 46 1, 65 | twofold: the first is purely speculative, as when Divine ~secrets 47 1, 78 | intellect?~(11) Whether the speculative and practical intellect 48 1, 78 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the speculative and practical intellects 49 1, 78 | It would seem that the speculative and practical intellects 50 1, 78 | De Anima ii, 3. But the speculative intellect is ~merely an 51 1, 78 | power. But the object of the speculative intellect is "truth," and 52 1, 78 | in nature. Therefore the speculative ~and practical intellect 53 1, 78 | intellect is ~compared to the speculative, as the estimative is to 54 1, 78 | 4]). ~Therefore also the speculative intellect differs from the 55 1, 78 | 1/1~On the contrary, The speculative intellect by extension becomes ~ 56 1, 78 | another. ~Therefore the speculative and practical intellects 57 1, 78 | 1/1~I answer that, The speculative and practical intellects 58 1, 78 | and according ~to this the speculative and practical intellects 59 1, 78 | intellects differ. For it is the ~speculative intellect which directs 60 1, 78 | Anima iii, 10); that "the speculative differs from ~the practical 61 1, 78 | named from its end: the one ~speculative, the other practical - i.e. 62 1, 78 | knows truth, just as the ~speculative, but it directs the known 63 1, 78 | it is clear that, as the speculative reason argues about ~speculative 64 1, 78 | speculative reason argues about ~speculative things, so that practical 65 1, 78 | us by nature, not only ~speculative principles, but also practical 66 1, 78 | principles. Now the first ~speculative principles bestowed on us 67 1, 81 | what the ~principle is in speculative matters. For what befits 68 1, 87 | had named as the chief of speculative sciences. Hence Aristotle 69 1, 87 | substances, obtainable by speculative science; and not by being 70 2, 1 | Metaphysics ~1,[2] that speculative science is sought for its 71 2, 1 | cannot ~be said that each speculative science is the last end. 72 2, 1 | OBJ 2: The same applies to speculative science; which is desired ~ 73 2, 3 | is an operation ~of the speculative or of the practical intellect?~( 74 2, 3 | it be an operation of the speculative intellect, whether it ~consists 75 2, 3 | in the consideration of speculative sciences?~(7) Whether it 76 2, 3 | happiness is an operation of the speculative, or of the practical ~intellect?~ 77 2, 3 | understood, rather than by his speculative intellect, which ~derives 78 2, 3 | intellect rather than of the speculative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[5] 79 2, 3 | the good rather than the speculative intellect, ~which is ordained 80 2, 3 | to the ~perfection of the speculative intellect, according to 81 2, 3 | intellect rather than of the speculative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[5] 82 2, 3 | of man himself. But the speculative ~intellect is more concerned 83 2, 3 | intellect rather than of the speculative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[5] 84 2, 3 | consists in an operation of the speculative ~rather than of the practical 85 2, 3 | the practical but of the speculative intellect. ~Consequently 86 2, 3 | But the likeness of the ~speculative intellect to God is one 87 2, 3 | not practical ~but merely speculative knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FS 88 2, 3 | outside of it: but the speculative intellect has good within 89 2, 3 | out by an operation of the speculative ~intellect; therefore, man' 90 2, 3 | in an operation of the ~speculative intellect rather than of 91 2, 3 | in the consideration of speculative sciences?~Aquin.: SMT FS 92 2, 3 | in the consideration ~of speculative sciences. For the Philosopher 93 2, 3 | gives no more than three speculative ~virtues - "knowledge," " 94 2, 3 | to ~the consideration of speculative sciences. Therefore man' 95 2, 3 | in the consideration of speculative sciences.~Aquin.: SMT FS 96 2, 3 | is the consideration of speculative ~sciences; because, as stated 97 2, 3 | on (2), it is stated that speculative ~sciences are sought for 98 2, 3 | in ~the consideration of speculative sciences.~Aquin.: SMT FS 99 2, 3 | by the consideration of speculative ~sciences. Therefore it 100 2, 3 | is said in reference to speculative sciences. ~Therefore man' 101 2, 3 | in the ~consideration of speculative sciences. To prove this, 102 2, 3 | that the consideration of a speculative science does not extend 103 2, 3 | the first principles of ~speculative sciences are received through 104 2, 3 | entire consideration ~of speculative sciences cannot extend farther 105 2, 3 | in the ~consideration of speculative sciences. However, just 106 2, 3 | so the consideration ~of speculative sciences is a certain participation 107 2, 3 | by the ~consideration of speculative sciences, but not to its 108 2, 3 | in the consideration of speculative ~science. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 109 2, 4 | hinders the estimate of the speculative intellect. ~(tm)Aquin.: 110 2, 4 | of the intellect, ~either speculative or practical. And the operation 111 2, 8 | what ~principles are in speculative science (Ethic. viii, 8).~ 112 2, 9 | desirability. Hence it is not the speculative intellect that moves, but ~ 113 2, 10 | is like the principle in speculative matters, to which principle 114 2, 13 | Para. 2/2~But just as in speculative knowledge nothing hinders 115 2, 14 | statements known either through ~speculative or through practical science; 116 2, 16 | created ~by God belongs to the speculative reason; which seems to be 117 2, 16 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Even the speculative reason is applied by the 118 2, 16 | judging. Consequently the speculative reason is ~said to use, 119 2, 33 | of prudence, but not the speculative estimate," to ~which they 120 2, 38 | of truth belongs to the speculative ~intellect. But "the speculative 121 2, 38 | speculative ~intellect. But "the speculative intellect is not a principle 122 2, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The speculative intellect does not move 123 2, 53 | first principles, both speculative and practical, which cannot 124 2, 54 | what the principle is in ~speculative matters. Consequently diversity 125 2, 56 | intellect, but ~also the speculative, without any reference to 126 2, 56 | called. And in this way ~the speculative intellect, or the reason, 127 2, 56 | as to the ~principles of speculative truth he is rightly disposed 128 2, 56 | which is the right reason of speculative truths, is the speculative ~ 129 2, 56 | speculative truths, is the speculative ~intellect in its relation 130 2, 56 | knowledge of truth, whether speculative or practical, is a virtue.~ 131 2, 57 | 1) Whether habits of the speculative intellect are virtues?~( 132 2, 57 | Whether the habits of the speculative intellect are virtues?~Aquin.: 133 2, 57 | seem that the habits of the speculative intellect are ~not virtues. 134 2, 57 | above ~(Q[55], A[2]). But speculative habits are not operative: 135 2, 57 | habits are not operative: for speculative ~matter is distinct from 136 2, 57 | Therefore the ~habits of the speculative intellect are not virtues.~ 137 2, 57 | 3: Further, science is a speculative habit. But science and virtue ~ 138 2, 57 | in Topic. iv. Therefore speculative habits are not ~virtues.~ 139 2, 57 | 1/1~On the contrary, The speculative habits alone consider necessary 140 2, 57 | Therefore the habits of the speculative intellect are virtues.~Aquin.: 141 2, 57 | then, the habits of the speculative intellect do not perfect 142 2, 57 | man possess a habit of speculative science, it does not follow 143 2, 57 | confers the right use of these speculative habits. And in this way 144 2, 57 | which is contrasted with the speculative ~faculty, is concerned with 145 2, 57 | exterior work, to which the speculative habit ~is not ordained. 146 2, 57 | its object. And thus these speculative virtues ~are not about those 147 2, 57 | only three habits of the speculative intellect, viz. ~wisdom, 148 2, 57 | distinguish three virtues of the ~speculative intellect, viz. wisdom, 149 2, 57 | rational faculty. Now even the speculative reason employs the ~dialectic 150 2, 57 | 1]), the virtues of the speculative ~intellect are those which 151 2, 57 | those which perfect the speculative intellect for the ~consideration 152 2, 57 | so the liberal arts are speculative. ~Therefore, if art were 153 2, 57 | to be ~reckoned among the speculative virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 154 2, 57 | not reckon it among the speculative virtues, ~which, according 155 2, 57 | something in common with the speculative habits: since the quality 156 2, 57 | virtue in the same way as the speculative habits, ~in so far, to wit, 157 2, 57 | wit, as neither art nor speculative habit makes a good work ~ 158 2, 57 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even in speculative matters there is something 159 2, 57 | such like ~works of the speculative reason, are, by a kind of 160 2, 57 | common with art than the ~speculative habits have; for they are 161 2, 57 | Ethic. vi, 4,5). Now some speculative ~habits are called arts. 162 2, 57 | and rectitude of reason in speculative matters, depend on the ~ 163 2, 57 | what the principles are ~in speculative matters, as stated in Ethic. 164 2, 57 | in common with art than a speculative ~habit has, if we consider 165 2, 57 | more in ~common with the speculative habits, as is clear from 166 2, 57 | the ~practical as for the speculative intellect. Because the truth 167 2, 57 | Because the truth of the ~speculative intellect depends on conformity 168 2, 57 | necessary matters, therefore no ~speculative habit about contingent things 169 2, 57 | correspond to those acts of the speculative intellect, which are inquiry ~ 170 2, 57 | Consequently, even in speculative matters, there is one science 171 2, 58 | Accordingly if it perfects man's speculative or ~practical intellect 172 2, 58 | self-evident principles both in speculative and in practical matters. ~ 173 2, 58 | just as right reason in speculative matters, in so far as it ~ 174 2, 58 | of prudence. Even so, in ~speculative matters the understanding 175 2, 62 | starting-point, both in speculative and in practical matters. 176 2, 63 | thus the ~understanding of speculative principles is more excellent 177 2, 64 | Accordingly the good of ~speculative intellectual virtue consists 178 2, 64 | both in ~practical and in speculative intellectual virtues, the 179 2, 65 | just as we cannot have ~speculative science unless we have the 180 2, 65 | moral virtue: just as in speculative matters right ~reason has 181 2, 66 | relatively. Indeed, the speculative ~intellectual virtues, from 182 2, 68 | Para. 2/2~Now the reason is speculative and practical: and in both 183 2, 68 | apprehension of ~truth, the speculative reason is perfected by " 184 2, 68 | order to judge aright, the speculative ~reason is perfected by " 185 2, 72 | concerning the soul. Because, in speculative matters, it is ~impossible 186 2, 72 | reason, so falsehood, in speculative matters, is ~due to straying 187 2, 74 | is given. For just as the speculative reason judges and delivers ~ 188 2, 74 | even as we see that in speculative matters the final ~sentence 189 2, 74 | deliberation: even as in speculative matters it ~belongs to the 190 2, 90 | act. With regard ~to the speculative reason, this is first of 191 2, 90 | operations, ~as, in the speculative intellect, the proposition 192 2, 90 | firm with regard to the speculative ~reason except that which 193 2, 91 | the practical and in the speculative reason: for each ~proceeds 194 2, 91 | conclude that just as, in the speculative reason, from ~naturally 195 2, 91 | Consequently, as on the part of the speculative reason, by a ~natural participation 196 2, 91 | things, with ~which the speculative reason is concerned. Wherefore 197 2, 94 | called a habit. Thus, in speculative matters, ~the indemonstrable 198 2, 94 | demonstrations are to the speculative reason; because both are ~ 199 2, 94 | stated in Phys. i. The ~speculative reason, however, is differently 200 2, 94 | practical reason. For, since the speculative reason is busied chiefly ~ 201 2, 94 | defects. Accordingly then in speculative matters truth is the same 202 2, 94 | general principles whether ~of speculative or of practical reason, 203 2, 94 | proper conclusions of the ~speculative reason, the truth is the 204 2, 94 | persuasions, just as in ~speculative matters errors occur in 205 2, 97 | to the perfect. Hence, in speculative sciences, we see that ~the 206 2, 99 | are universal, ~both in speculative and in practical matters. 207 2, 99 | 1/1~I answer that, As in speculative sciences men are persuaded 208 2, 99 | to be observed that, in speculative sciences, the ~means of 209 2, 100 | And as every judgment of speculative reason proceeds from ~the 210 2, 113 | the movement toward the speculative principle or the practical 211 2, 4 | the intellect is either speculative or practical. Now ~faith 212 2, 4 | Now ~faith is not in the speculative intellect, since this is 213 2, 4 | 3: Faith resides in the speculative intellect, as evidenced 214 2, 4 | by charity just as "the speculative intellect ~becomes practical 215 2, 8 | the Holy Ghost, is only ~speculative, or practical also?~(4) 216 2, 8 | understanding is merely speculative or also practical?~Aquin.: 217 2, 8 | not practical, but only speculative. For, according to ~Gregory ( 218 2, 8 | intellectual knowledge is either speculative or ~practical. Now the gift 219 2, 8 | understanding belongs to speculative ~knowledge; and that it 220 2, 8 | which also ~belongs to speculative knowledge, in that wisdom 221 2, 8 | concerned not only with speculative, but also with practical 222 2, 8 | kinds of ~knowledge, viz. speculative and practical, not as to 223 2, 8 | else. On the other hand, speculative ~knowledge has its fruit 224 2, 8 | which can belongs also to ~speculative knowledge, have but one 225 2, 9 | things? ~(3) Whether it is speculative or practical?~(4) Which 226 2, 9 | But this cannot apply to a speculative science. ~Therefore the 227 2, 9 | gift of knowledge is not speculative but practical.~Aquin.: SMT 228 2, 9 | above (Q[9], A[5]). But speculative knowledge can be also in ~ 229 2, 9 | gift of ~knowledge is not speculative but practical.~Aquin.: SMT 230 2, 9 | kinds of ~knowledge, viz. speculative and practical. Therefore 231 2, 9 | gift of ~knowledge is both speculative and practical.~Aquin.: SMT 232 2, 9 | correspond to it, since "the speculative intellect is not concerned 233 2, 22 | what the principle ~is in speculative matters, just as there can 234 2, 23 | diet: and thus again, in ~speculative sciences, the false opinions 235 2, 30 | this deficiency be in the ~speculative intellect, the remedy is 236 2, 42 | what ~propositions are to speculative sciences, for in these latter, 237 2, 43 | Whether wisdom is only speculative or also practical?~(4) Whether 238 2, 43 | Whether wisdom is merely speculative, or practical also?~Aquin.: 239 2, 43 | not practical but merely ~speculative. For the gift of wisdom 240 2, 43 | intellectual virtue, ~is merely speculative. Much more therefore is 241 2, 43 | therefore is wisdom, as a gift, ~speculative and not practical.~Aquin.: 242 2, 43 | Therefore wisdom is ~not merely speculative, but also practical.~Aquin.: 243 2, 43 | as a gift, is not merely speculative but also ~practical.~Aquin.: 244 2, 45 | practical, or also in ~the speculative reason?~(3) Whether it takes 245 2, 45 | reason alone or also to the ~speculative reason?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 246 2, 45 | practical, ~but also to the speculative reason. For it is written ( 247 2, 45 | Now this belongs to the speculative reason. Therefore ~prudence 248 2, 45 | prudence resides also in the speculative reason.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 249 2, 45 | only practical but ~also speculative, as in the case of the liberal 250 2, 45 | also is both practical and speculative.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 251 2, 45 | human knowledge, whether speculative or ~practical. And yet it 252 2, 45 | that the act itself of the ~speculative reason, in so far as it 253 2, 45 | iii, 3. Since then, the ~speculative reason makes things such 254 2, 45 | we find such a thing as a speculative art, ~but not a speculative 255 2, 45 | speculative art, ~but not a speculative prudence.~Aquin.: SMT SS 256 2, 45 | 2/2~Now, just as, in the speculative reason, there are certain 257 2, 45 | matters what principles are in speculative ~matters, as stated above ( 258 2, 45 | and this is an act ~of the speculative reason. But the practical 259 2, 45 | which are connected with speculative wisdom. Now ~things belonging 260 2, 45 | be said of prudence as of speculative ~science, because the primary 261 2, 45 | which is according to the speculative reason is ~better than that 262 2, 45 | principles, whether of the speculative or of the practical ~reason, 263 2, 45 | regard to the conclusions of ~speculative sciences. Since then prudence 264 2, 46 | sense, as including also ~speculative knowledge, as stated above ( 265 2, 47 | know naturally not only speculative principles, but also practical ~ 266 2, 47 | both in ~practical and in speculative matters, first by discovering 267 2, 47 | whereas foresight may be ~also speculative, because "seeing," whence 268 2, 47 | does not apply properly to speculative, but only to practical ~ 269 2, 49 | life ~consists, for the speculative life is above man, as stated 270 2, 49 | a good end, even as in ~speculative matters, there is no good 271 2, 49 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, in speculative sciences, research and decision 272 2, 49 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even in speculative matters the rational science 273 2, 49 | judgment, not indeed about speculative matters, but ~about particular 274 2, 49 | judge ~well. Even so, in speculative matters some are good at 275 2, 49 | lower ~principles: thus in speculative matters wisdom considers 276 2, 49 | principles. Wherefore also in speculative matters, dialectics which 277 2, 50 | knowledge, which is not only speculative but also ~practical, as 278 2, 50 | prudence, since it deals with speculative matters: yet by a kind of ~ 279 2, 51 | it belongs also ~to the speculative intellect. Therefore thoughtlessness 280 2, 51 | intellect. Wherefore in speculative matters a ~demonstrative 281 2, 51 | right judgment, than in ~speculative matters, because actions 282 2, 53 | applied to knowledge." In speculative matters ~one may sin against 283 2, 54 | known principles are to the speculative ~order, as shown above ( 284 2, 58 | decision in any matter whether speculative or practical. Now a right ~ 285 2, 81 | reason [oris ratio]." Now the speculative and ~practical reason differ 286 2, 81 | differ in this, that the speculative merely apprehends ~its object, 287 2, 81 | three acts belong to the speculative reason, but to ~the practical 288 2, 87 | purpose of confirmation. Now speculative propositions receive ~confirmation 289 2, 95 | goodness or will. One ~is speculative and as to this it is not 290 2, 122 | geometry or ~some other speculative science, which seems ridiculous. 291 2, 146 | whereas dullness of sense ~in speculative matters arises chiefly from 292 2, 152 | awake, is ~sometimes purely speculative, for instance when one thinks 293 2, 152 | acts, though they were ~speculative, or accompanied by abhorrence, 294 2, 152 | may be observed both in speculative and ~in practical matters. 295 2, 152 | matters. Wherefore just as in speculative matters the most ~grievous 296 2, 160 | is twofold. One is purely speculative, ~and pride hinders this 297 2, 165 | intellective knowledge, ~whether speculative or practical. Accordingly 298 2, 166 | the practical or of the speculative reason. Yet this weariness ~ 299 2, 177 | and ~contemplative, or "speculative" and "practical," are differences 300 3, 11 | intellective soul, not in speculative knowledge, but in practical ~ 301 3, 13 | is ~either practical or speculative. Therefore He has a practical 302 3, 13 | s soul has practical and speculative knowledge; yet ~it is not 303 3, 13 | things of which it has speculative knowledge. Because for speculative ~ 304 3, 13 | speculative knowledge. Because for speculative ~knowledge a mere conformity 305 3, 13 | the soul of Christ has a speculative knowledge of ~creation ( 306 3, 46 | there is no pain in the ~speculative intellect, because, as the 307 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The speculative intellect can have no pain 308 3, 78 | compared to the concept of our speculative intellect which is drawn ~ 309 Suppl, 17| determination it derives, in ~speculative matters, from the first 310 Suppl, 65| concepts ~of the mind in speculative matters. If, however, it 311 Suppl, 65| first even as conclusions in speculative ~matters receive our assent 312 Suppl, 65| concepts of the ~mind in speculative matters. But those which 313 Suppl, 89| known by the habits of ~speculative sciences and the likeness 314 Suppl, 90| consists in an act of the speculative ~intellect. Now the intellect, 315 Suppl, 95| the knowledge they had of speculative matters was imperfect, and


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