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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | Whether it is speculative or practical?~(5) How it is compared 2 1, 1 | Whether sacred doctrine is a practical science?~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 1 | that sacred doctrine is a practical science; for a ~practical 4 1, 1 | practical science; for a ~practical science is that which ends 5 1, 1 | Therefore ~sacred doctrine is a practical science.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 1 | moral science which is a practical science. Therefore ~sacred 7 1, 1 | Therefore ~sacred doctrine is a practical science.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 1 | 1~On the contrary, Every practical science is concerned with 9 1, 1 | Therefore it is not a ~practical but a speculative science.~ 10 1, 1 | speculative and another practical, nevertheless sacred doctrine ~ 11 1, 1 | speculative rather than practical because it ~is more concerned 12 1, 1 | speculative and partly ~practical, it transcends all others 13 1, 1 | all others speculative and practical. Now one ~speculative science 14 1, 1 | reason's grasp. Of the ~practical sciences, that one is nobler 15 1, 1 | science, in so far as it is practical, is eternal bliss; to which 16 1, 1 | end the purposes of every practical science are directed. ~Hence 17 1, 14 | Whether God has speculative or practical knowledge of things?~Aquin.: 18 1, 14 | knowledge is more excellent than practical ~knowledge, as the Philosopher 19 1, 14 | speculative only; some is practical ~only; and some is partly 20 1, 14 | partly speculative and partly practical. In proof ~whereof it must 21 1, 14 | regards the end; "for the practical intellect differs in its ~ 22 1, 14 | De Anima iii). For ~the practical intellect is ordered to 23 1, 14 | speculative ~and partly practical: and when it is ordained 24 1, 14 | operative end it is ~simply practical.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 25 1, 14 | has both speculative and practical knowledge. He ~has speculative 26 1, 14 | any time, He has ~not a practical knowledge, according as 27 1, 14 | according as knowledge is called practical ~from the end. But He has 28 1, 14 | from the end. But He has a practical knowledge of what He makes 29 1, 14 | yet they fall under His practical knowledge, like good ~things, 30 1, 14 | sicknesses fall under the practical knowledge of the physician, 31 1, 14 | possesses both speculative and practical knowledge of all other things.~ 32 1, 15 | exemplar," and ~belongs to practical knowledge. But so far as 33 1, 15 | Reply OBJ 2: God has no practical knowledge, except virtually, 34 1, 54 | since they have a false practical estimate of what ~is the 35 1, 59 | does so need; so is it ~in practical matters. Hence there is 36 1, 55 | since they have a false practical estimate of what ~is the 37 1, 60 | does so need; so is it ~in practical matters. Hence there is 38 1, 78 | Whether the speculative and practical intellect are distinct powers?~( 39 1, 78 | Whether the speculative and practical intellects are distinct 40 1, 78 | that the speculative and practical intellects are ~distinct 41 1, 78 | apprehensive power; while the practical intellect is a motive ~power. 42 1, 78 | is "truth," and of the ~practical is "good"; which differ 43 1, 78 | Therefore the speculative ~and practical intellect are distinct powers.~ 44 1, 78 | the intellectual part, the practical intellect is ~compared to 45 1, 78 | intellect differs from the practical.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 46 1, 78 | intellect by extension becomes ~practical (De Anima iii, 10). But 47 1, 78 | Therefore the speculative and practical intellects are not distinct ~ 48 1, 78 | that, The speculative and practical intellects are not distinct ~ 49 1, 78 | this the speculative and practical intellects differ. For it 50 1, 78 | consideration of truth; while the practical intellect is that ~which 51 1, 78 | speculative differs from ~the practical in its end." Whence each 52 1, 78 | speculative, the other practical - i.e. operative.~Aquin.: 53 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The practical intellect is a motive power, 54 1, 78 | truth; so the object of the ~practical intellect is good directed 55 1, 78 | aspect of truth. For the practical intellect knows truth, just 56 1, 78 | speculative things, so that practical reason argues about practical ~ 57 1, 78 | practical reason argues about practical ~things. Therefore we must 58 1, 78 | speculative principles, but also practical principles. Now the first ~ 59 1, 78 | 6). Wherefore the ~first practical principles, bestowed on 60 1, 78 | unchangeable notions are the first practical ~principles, concerning 61 1, 81 | happiness: since the end is in practical matters what the ~principle 62 1, 83 | that "as the end of a practical science is action, so the 63 1, 84 | sinner, who errs in the practical judgment of ~the appetible 64 1, 85 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the practical intellect directs to action. 65 1, 85 | syllogism formed by the practical intellect, as is said ~Ethic. 66 1, 85 | universal principle of the practical intellect ~does not move 67 1, 95 | prudence as ~regards all practical matters. Now whatever is 68 1, 101 | pleasant on account of man's practical ~knowledge of the powers 69 1, 102 | degree of goodness in any practical order, design or ~knowledge ( 70 2, 3 | the speculative or of the practical intellect?~(6) If it be 71 2, 3 | the speculative, or of the practical ~intellect?~Aquin.: SMT 72 2, 3 | happiness is an operation of the practical ~intellect. For the end 73 2, 3 | man is like God, by his practical intellect, which is the 74 2, 3 | in ~an operation of the practical intellect rather than of 75 2, 3 | s perfect good. But the practical ~intellect is ordained to 76 2, 3 | to the perfection of the practical intellect, but not in reference 77 2, 3 | consists in an ~act of the practical intellect rather than of 78 2, 3 | outside man; whereas the ~practical intellect is concerned with 79 2, 3 | in ~an operation of the practical intellect rather than of 80 2, 3 | speculative ~rather than of the practical intellect. This is evident 81 2, 3 | the ~object, not of the practical but of the speculative intellect. ~ 82 2, 3 | sake. But the act of the practical intellect is ~not sought 83 2, 3 | which pertains to the ~practical intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FS 84 2, 3 | in an operation of ~the practical intellect directing human 85 2, 3 | asserted likeness of the practical intellect to God is ~one 86 2, 3 | His Essence, God has not practical ~but merely speculative 87 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The practical intellect is ordained to 88 2, 3 | thereby: such a good the practical intellect has ~not; but 89 2, 3 | intellect rather than of the practical intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FS 90 2, 4 | either speculative or practical. And the operation of the 91 2, 6 | singular, ~consequently all practical knowledge is incomplete 92 2, 8 | habits which are called practical arts, ~the end belongs to 93 2, 8 | special acts. Moreover, every practical art considers both the end 94 2, 8 | effects. And again, in every practical art there is an end ~proper 95 2, 9 | intellect that moves, but ~the practical intellect (De Anima iii, 96 2, 13 | the conclusion. But, in practical matters, it is the reason 97 2, 13 | a kind of conclusion in ~practical matters, as stated in Ethic. 98 2, 13 | draw the ~conclusion of a practical syllogism; and it is called " 99 2, 13 | were, the conclusion of a practical ~syllogism. Hence that which 100 2, 13 | which is the conclusion of a practical syllogism, ~is the matter 101 2, 13 | matter of choice. Now in practical things the end stands in 102 2, 14 | end is the principle in practical matters: because ~the reason 103 2, 14 | speculative or through practical science; for instance, that 104 2, 19 | that the goodness of ~the practical intellect is "a truth that 105 2, 19 | Therefore the goodness of the ~practical reason depends on the goodness 106 2, 19 | Philosopher speaks here of the practical intellect, in ~so far as 107 2, 53 | principles, both speculative and practical, which cannot be ~corrupted 108 2, 54 | vii, ~8), the end is, in practical matters, what the principle 109 2, 56 | intellect, and not only the practical intellect, but ~also the 110 2, 56 | xxvi in ~Joan.]. But the practical intellect is the subject 111 2, 56 | subject of ~prudence is the practical intellect in its relation 112 2, 56 | whether speculative or practical, is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 113 2, 57 | matter is distinct from practical, i.e. operative matter. 114 2, 57 | interior. Accordingly ~the practical or active faculty which 115 2, 57 | the mechanical arts are practical, so the liberal arts are 116 2, 57 | is not the same for the ~practical as for the speculative intellect. 117 2, 57 | hand, the truth of ~the practical intellect depends on conformity 118 2, 57 | virtue is assigned to the practical intellect, viz. art, as ~ 119 2, 57 | third is proper ~to the practical intellect, in so far as 120 2, 58 | perfects man's speculative or ~practical intellect in order that 121 2, 58 | both in speculative and in practical matters. ~Consequently just 122 2, 58 | no evil; or again by some practical science. But this is not ~ 123 2, 61 | moral works both by the practical reason, and by a ~right 124 2, 62 | both in speculative and in practical matters. Secondly, ~through 125 2, 64 | vi, 2); in the case of practical ~virtue, it is the true 126 2, 64 | Body Para. 3/3~The truth of practical intellectual virtue, if 127 2, 64 | measured; so that both in ~practical and in speculative intellectual 128 2, 68 | reason is speculative and practical: and in both we find the ~ 129 2, 68 | by "understanding"; the ~practical reason, by "counsel." In 130 2, 68 | perfected by "wisdom"; the practical reason by "knowledge." The ~ 131 2, 72 | principles. Likewise in practical matters, he who, by ~sinning, 132 2, 74 | intelligible matters, so the practical reason judges ~and pronounces 133 2, 76 | wherefore the conclusion of a practical syllogism is a ~singular 134 2, 85 | obscured, especially in practical matters, the will hardened 135 2, 90 | argument. And since also the ~practical reason makes use of a syllogism 136 2, 90 | 3); hence we find in the practical ~reason something that holds 137 2, 90 | universal propositions of the practical intellect ~that are directed 138 2, 90 | the ~first principle in practical matters, which are the object 139 2, 90 | which are the object of the ~practical reason, is the last end: 140 2, 90 | firm with regard to the practical reason, ~unless it be directed 141 2, 91 | nothing else but a dictate of practical reason emanating from the 142 2, 91 | law is a dictate ~of the practical reason. Now it is to be 143 2, 91 | procedure ~takes place in the practical and in the speculative reason: 144 2, 91 | too, on the part ~of the practical reason, man has a natural 145 2, 91 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The practical reason is concerned with 146 2, 91 | reason is concerned with practical matters, ~which are singular 147 2, 93 | subordinate by a kind of practical ~judgment, as to whether 148 2, 94 | man stand in ~relation to practical matters, as the first principles 149 2, 94 | natural law are to the practical reason, what the first principles 150 2, 94 | the apprehension of the practical ~reason, which is directed 151 2, 94 | Consequently the first principle of practical ~reason is one founded on 152 2, 94 | this: so that whatever ~the practical reason naturally apprehends 153 2, 94 | in this matter, from ~the practical reason. For, since the speculative 154 2, 94 | truth ~without fail. The practical reason, on the other hand, 155 2, 94 | matters of action, ~truth or practical rectitude is not the same 156 2, 94 | whether ~of speculative or of practical reason, truth or rectitude 157 2, 94 | proper conclusions of the practical reason, neither is the ~ 158 2, 97 | succeeded them. So also in practical ~matters: for those who 159 2, 97 | human reason and will, in practical matters, may be made manifest 160 2, 99 | both in speculative and in practical matters. Accordingly just 161 2, 100 | principles, so every judgment of practical ~reason proceeds from principles 162 2, 113 | speculative principle or the practical end ~is the very first, 163 2, 4 | is either speculative or practical. Now ~faith is not in the 164 2, 4 | Likewise, neither is it in the practical intellect, ~the object of 165 2, 4 | speculative intellect ~becomes practical by extension" (De Anima 166 2, 8 | is only ~speculative, or practical also?~(4) Whether all who 167 2, 8 | merely speculative or also practical?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[3] 168 2, 8 | the ~Holy Ghost, is not practical, but only speculative. For, 169 2, 8 | exalted ~things." But the practical intellect is occupied, not 170 2, 8 | considered as a gift, is not practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[3] 171 2, 8 | necessary matters. Now the ~practical intellect is not about necessary 172 2, 8 | of understanding is not practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[3] 173 2, 8 | activities, with which the ~practical intellect is concerned, 174 2, 8 | of understanding ~is not practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[3] 175 2, 8 | is either speculative or ~practical. Now the gift of understanding 176 2, 8 | that these two belong to practical ~knowledge, while the gift 177 2, 8 | speculative, but also with practical matters, as ~stated above ( 178 2, 8 | knowledge, viz. speculative and practical, not as to the judgment, 179 2, 8 | Reply OBJ 3: The fruit of practical knowledge cannot consist 180 2, 8 | which belongs only to ~practical knowledge, has no corresponding 181 2, 9 | Whether it is speculative or practical?~(4) Which beatitude responds 182 2, 9 | the gift of knowledge is practical knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT SS 183 2, 9 | numbered among the ~gifts, is practical knowledge. For Augustine 184 2, 9 | concerned about actions is practical. ~Therefore the gift of 185 2, 9 | the gift of knowledge is practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[3] 186 2, 9 | knowledge is not speculative but practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[3] 187 2, 9 | knowledge is not speculative but practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[3] 188 2, 9 | knowledge, viz. speculative and practical. Therefore the gift of ~ 189 2, 9 | is both speculative and practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[3] 190 2, 22 | OBJ 2: Since the end is in practical matters, what the principle ~ 191 2, 30 | instructing," and if in ~the practical intellect, the remedy is 192 2, 42 | their principles. Now in practical ~matters wherein the precepts 193 2, 43 | only speculative or also practical?~(4) Whether the wisdom 194 2, 43 | is merely speculative, or practical also?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] 195 2, 43 | seem that wisdom is not practical but merely ~speculative. 196 2, 43 | gift, ~speculative and not practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 197 2, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the practical intellect is about matters 198 2, 43 | Therefore wisdom cannot be practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 199 2, 43 | merely contemplative, and not practical or active.~Aquin.: SMT SS 200 2, 43 | merely speculative, but also practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 201 2, 43 | merely speculative but also ~practical.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 202 2, 45 | whether it is only in the practical, or also in ~the speculative 203 2, 45 | which is the end of the practical reason. ~Wherefore if any 204 2, 45 | prudence belongs to the practical reason alone or also to 205 2, 45 | belongs not only to the practical, ~but also to the speculative 206 2, 45 | Now art may be not only practical but ~also speculative, as 207 2, 45 | Therefore prudence ~also is both practical and speculative.~Aquin.: 208 2, 45 | belongs to none but the ~practical reason. Therefore prudence 209 2, 45 | Therefore prudence is in the practical reason only.~Aquin.: SMT 210 2, 45 | be done for an end is the practical reason. Hence it ~is evident 211 2, 45 | prudence resides only in the practical reason.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 212 2, 45 | whether speculative or ~practical. And yet it may also be 213 2, 45 | which is the end of the practical reason. But no man can conveniently ~ 214 2, 45 | is ~"science," so in the practical reason, certain things pre-exist, 215 2, 45 | virtues, ~since the end is in practical matters what principles 216 2, 45 | certain things are in the practical reason by way of conclusions, 217 2, 45 | particular ~conclusions of practical matters. Consequently it 218 2, 45 | speculative reason. But the practical reason, which is directed 219 2, 45 | nearer to the end of the practical reason, it ~follows that 220 2, 45 | is the chief act of the practical reason, and ~consequently 221 2, 45 | the speculative or of the practical ~reason, are not inherited 222 2, 46 | commanding are acts of ~the practical reason, so also is using, 223 2, 47 | speculative principles, but also practical ~universal principles, such 224 2, 47 | singular and contingent ~practical matter, viz. the minor premiss, 225 2, 47 | understanding of ~the ends in practical matters. Wherefore the Philosopher 226 2, 47 | acquired in two ways, both in ~practical and in speculative matters, 227 2, 47 | demonstrative, but also in practical syllogisms, as, for ~instance, 228 2, 47 | Rhetoric also reasons about practical matters, wherefore ~nothing 229 2, 47 | Further, prudence is only practical, whereas foresight may be ~ 230 2, 47 | speculative, but only to practical ~matters.~Aquin.: SMT SS 231 2, 49 | belong to the same ~virtue in practical matters. Now research belongs 232 2, 49 | matters, but ~about particular practical matters, about which also 233 2, 49 | and so must it be also in practical matters. Now it is evident 234 2, 50 | only speculative but also ~practical, as shown above (Q[9], A[ 235 2, 50 | ultimate. Now the ultimate in ~practical matters consists not in 236 2, 50 | Hence nothing pertaining to practical knowledge is numbered among ~ 237 2, 50 | pertain to action, in which practical ~knowledge is the guide. 238 2, 51 | consists in acts of the practical reason, viz. ~"counsel," " 239 2, 51 | as all rectitude of the practical reason belongs in some degree 240 2, 51 | of prudence and of the practical reason, as stated above ( 241 2, 54 | life, which are to the ~practical order what naturally known 242 2, 58 | matter whether speculative or practical. Now a right ~judgment in 243 2, 81 | Now the speculative and ~practical reason differ in this, that 244 2, 81 | its object, whereas the practical reason not only apprehends 245 2, 81 | speculative reason, but to ~the practical reason it belongs in addition 246 2, 152 | both in speculative and ~in practical matters. Wherefore just 247 2, 154 | and it is the same in practical matters with one who errs 248 2, 165 | whether speculative or practical. Accordingly to employ study 249 2, 166 | wherefore he calls it "the practical knowledge of ~separation," 250 2, 166 | occupied be ~those of the practical or of the speculative reason. 251 2, 166 | certain outward works of the practical reason entail a greater 252 2, 177 | contemplative, or "speculative" and "practical," are differences of the ~ 253 2, 177 | which pertains to the ~practical or active intellect. Therefore 254 3, 11 | scientia], the knowledge of all practical ~things to counsel. Hence 255 3, 11 | speculative knowledge, but in practical ~knowledge, which is imperfect 256 3, 13 | Now knowledge is ~either practical or speculative. Therefore 257 3, 13 | speculative. Therefore He has a practical knowledge ~of what He knows, 258 3, 13 | OBJ 3: Christ's soul has practical and speculative knowledge; 259 3, 13 | necessary that it should have practical knowledge of those ~things 260 3, 13 | known suffices; whereas for practical knowledge it is required 261 3, 13 | creation), but it has no ~practical knowledge of this mode, 262 3, 78 | as ~the concept of the practical intellect, which is productive 263 3, 78 | therefore as the concept of the practical ~intellect does not presuppose 264 Suppl, 17| cannot be gainsaid, ~and, in practical matters, from the power 265 Suppl, 58| putting the matter to a practical proof: and if ~after three 266 Suppl, 58| in order to ~put this to practical proof the Church has fixed 267 Suppl, 65| which hold the same place in practical matters, as the general


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