Part, Question
1 1, 1  science, as Aristotle has proved (Metaph. vi). Therefore,
2 1, 1  are evident and ~cannot be proved, or are proved by natural
3 1, 1  cannot be proved, or are proved by natural reason through
4 1, 2  existence of God can be proved in five ways.~Aquin.: SMT
5 1, 2  another, as has been already ~proved in regard to efficient causes.
6 1, 3  Now it has been already ~proved (Q[2], A[3]), that God is
7 1, 3  Now it has been already proved that God is the First Being.
8 1, 3  But God is not a body ~as proved in the preceding Article;
9 1, 3  a substance. Thus it is proved ~that heat cannot be the
10 1, 3  essentially such. Now it has been proved that ~God is absolutely
11 1, 4  from what has been already proved, God is existence itself,
12 1, 8  by its power; hence it is proved in Phys. vii ~that the thing
13 1, 11  Para. 2/3~Secondly, this is proved from the infinity of His
14 1, 12  natural reason. Which is proved thus. The knowledge which
15 1, 13  representation of Him. Which is proved ~thus. For these names express
16 1, 13  against the philosophers, who proved many ~things about God,
17 1, 14  Himself, as can be thus proved. ~A thing is said to be
18 1, 14  or by the infinite, as is proved in Phys. vi. ~Therefore
19 1, 14  conclusion can follow, as ~is proved in Poster. i. But this is
20 1, 15  understood by it; as ~can be proved thus. Inasmuch as He knows
21 1, 19  Himself is unmoved, as proved in Phys. viii, 49. Therefore
22 1, 19  nature act for an end, as proved in ~Phys. ii, 49, the natural
23 1, 23  towards an end, which we proved above to be ~providence.
24 1, 23  of the provider, as ~was proved above (Q[22], A[1]). But
25 1, 23  things towards an end; as was proved above ~(Q[22], A[2]). But
26 1, 29  not apply to God, as we proved above (Q[14], A[12]~); and
27 1, 30  genus nor species, as we proved above ~(Q[3], A[5]). Therefore
28 1, 32  of persons is adequately proved by such reasons. This ~becomes
29 1, 34  altogether the same, as was ~proved above (Q[14], AA[4],5).
30 1, 36  relations of origin, as proved above (Q[28], A[44]). And ~
31 1, 39  trinity of persons cannot be proved by demonstration, as was
32 1, 42  Son cannot beget a Son, as proved ~above (Q[41], A[6]). Therefore
33 1, 45  created being is finite, as we proved above ~when treating of
34 1, 45  infinite being, as was proved above (Q[7], A[2]), it follows
35 1, 46  and hence it cannot be ~proved by demonstration.~Aquin.:
36 1, 46  duration. But it can be proved demonstratively ~that God
37 1, 46  can be demonstratively ~proved that the world began.~Aquin.:
38 1, 46  articles of faith cannot be proved demonstratively, ~because
39 1, 46  and therefore it cannot be proved demonstratively.~Aquin.:
40 1, 46  demonstration can it ~be proved, that the world did not
41 1, 52  sensible body, as we find proved in Phys. iv, text. 58. Much
42 1, 53  without a ~middle, as is proved in Phys. vi, text. 1. And
43 1, 61  corporeal nature, it would have ~proved to them an occasion of idolatry,
44 1, 63  is continuous, as it is proved Phys. vi, ~text. 2. But
45 1, 67  order of movement as is ~proved Phys. viii, text. 55, we
46 1, 68  to abandon it, if it be proved with certainty to be false;
47 1, 68  faith nor difficult to be proved and ~believed."~Aquin.:
48 1, 68  have considered this to be proved by ~the extreme cold of
49 1, 69  together, for it has been proved in regard to the Red Sea,
50 1, 70  idolatry: ~since the lights are proved not to be gods, by the fact
51 1, 70  first moves itself, as is proved in ~Phys. viii, text. 34,
52 1, 75  unchanging movement, as we find proved ~Phys. viii, 6; and this
53 1, 75  corporeal. This ~opinion can be proved to be false in many ways;
54 1, 76  Para. 4/6~Secondly, this is proved to be impossible by the
55 1, 77  present purpose ~this may be proved in two ways. First, because,
56 1, 39  trinity of persons cannot be proved by demonstration, as was
57 1, 42  Son cannot beget a Son, as proved ~above (Q[41], A[6]). Therefore
58 1, 46  created being is finite, as we proved above ~when treating of
59 1, 46  infinite being, as was proved above (Q[7], A[2]), it follows
60 1, 47  and hence it cannot be ~proved by demonstration.~Aquin.:
61 1, 47  duration. But it can be proved demonstratively ~that God
62 1, 47  can be demonstratively ~proved that the world began.~Aquin.:
63 1, 47  articles of faith cannot be proved demonstratively, ~because
64 1, 47  and therefore it cannot be proved demonstratively.~Aquin.:
65 1, 47  demonstration can it ~be proved, that the world did not
66 1, 53  sensible body, as we find proved in Phys. iv, text. 58. Much
67 1, 54  without a ~middle, as is proved in Phys. vi, text. 1. And
68 1, 62  corporeal nature, it would have ~proved to them an occasion of idolatry,
69 1, 64  is continuous, as it is proved Phys. vi, ~text. 2. But
70 1, 68  order of movement as is ~proved Phys. viii, text. 55, we
71 1, 69  to abandon it, if it be proved with certainty to be false;
72 1, 69  faith nor difficult to be proved and ~believed."~Aquin.:
73 1, 69  have considered this to be proved by ~the extreme cold of
74 1, 70  together, for it has been proved in regard to the Red Sea,
75 1, 71  idolatry: ~since the lights are proved not to be gods, by the fact
76 1, 71  first moves itself, as is proved in ~Phys. viii, text. 34,
77 1, 74  unchanging movement, as we find proved ~Phys. viii, 6; and this
78 1, 74  corporeal. This ~opinion can be proved to be false in many ways;
79 1, 75  Para. 4/6~Secondly, this is proved to be impossible by the
80 1, 76  present purpose ~this may be proved in two ways. First, because,
81 1, 82  a habit, can be clearly proved in two ways. First of all, ~
82 1, 83  this opinion is clearly proved from the fact that if a
83 1, 83  understand. And this is proved to be false especially from
84 1, 84  it understands: which is proved thus. ~There is a twofold
85 1, 89  variety in itself, as we have ~proved (Q[3], AA[1],7; Q[9], A[
86 1, 89  theories are impossible, as proved above (Q[3], AA[1],8; ~and
87 1, 89  faith. For it has been proved that the rational soul cannot
88 1, 91  all those things which ~proved an occasion of sin, the
89 1, 92  of the Divine ~Persons is proved from the fact that man is
90 1, 94  Adam possessed it not; as ~proved by his subsequent sin. Therefore
91 1, 94  virtues; and this can be proved from what precedes. For ~
92 1, 95  subject to man. This can be proved in three ~ways. First, from
93 1, 95  right. Secondly, this is proved by the order of ~Divine
94 1, 95  government. Thirdly, this is ~proved from a property of man and
95 1, 95  other ~animals to man is proved to be natural.~Aquin.: SMT
96 1, 97  because another man would have proved a more effective help ~in
97 1, 102  extrinsic good. This can be proved by reason. For it ~is clear
98 1, 102  governed by one as we have proved (A[3]). Therefore also the
99 1, 102  whole universal being, as proved ~above (Q[44], AA[1],2).
100 1, 102  government. This can also be proved from the nature of the end
101 1, 102  government. This can be proved in two ways: firstly from
102 1, 103  The middle proposition is ~proved thus. That which is included
103 1, 112  snares of the demons; as was proved by the event. For this reason ~
104 1, 114  not cause weight; as is proved (De ~Coelo et Mundo iv,
105 1, 114  4]). But this opinion is proved to be false from what we
106 1, 115  affairs: because we have proved above (Q[115], A[4]) that
107 1, 115  necessity. But this is false, as proved above (Q[115], A[6]).~Aquin.:
108 1, 116  But against this we have proved ~above (Q[79], A[2]; Q[84],
109 1, 117  impossible, for it has been proved above (Q[76], A[4]) that
110 1, 117  body, it is subsistent, as proved above (Q[75], A[2]): therefore
111 1, 117  man, which is false, as proved above (Q[75], A[4]). Moreover,
112 1, 117  nature as the angels, is proved from the ~different mode
113 1, 117  Secondly, this statement can be proved to be false in itself. For
114 2, 3  perfect good, as we find proved in ~Ethic. i, 7: which would
115 2, 5  of the Perfect Good, is proved both because his intellect ~
116 2, 5  attain Happiness. This can be proved ~again from the fact that
117 2, 9  1~OBJ 3: Further, as is proved in Phys. viii, 5, the mover
118 2, 9  that of the heavens, as is proved in Phys. ~viii, 9. But human
119 2, 12  things void of reason, as is proved in Phys. ii, ~8. Much more,
120 2, 15  from choice. And this is proved to be false by the ~authority
121 2, 22  soul is not moved, as is proved in De Anima i, 3. Therefore
122 2, 31  there is one contrary, as is proved in ~Metaph. x, 4. But sadness
123 2, 41  virtue is a passion, as is proved in Ethic. ii, 5. Therefore
124 2, 51  different respects, as is proved in Physics viii, text. 28,
125 2, 52  is no alteration, as is proved in ~Phys. vii, text. 15,
126 2, 52  itself were made, as is proved in Metaph. vii, text. 32,
127 2, 56  I answer that, It can be proved in three ways that virtue
128 2, 65  exercise of ~acts, as is proved in Ethic. ii, 1,2. But man
129 2, 68  the cardinal virtues is proved in ~one way from the fact
130 2, 71  thing ~has one contrary, as proved in Metaph. x, text. 17.
131 2, 72  to their objects, as was ~proved above (Q[18], A[2]). Therefore
132 2, 72  and social animal, as is ~proved in Polit. i, 2, hence a
133 2, 73  with one another, as is ~proved in Phys. vii, text. 30,
134 2, 75  happen of ~necessity, as is proved in Metaph. vi, text. 5.
135 2, 79  which is false, as ~was proved above (A[1]). Therefore
136 2, 83  of ~its essence, as was proved in the FP, Q[76], A[6].
137 2, 85  the rational soul, as was ~proved in the FP, Q[75], A[6].
138 2, 95  nature a social animal, as is proved ~in Polit. i, 2. But those
139 2, 98  right ~reason, so is a law proved to be good if it accords
140 2, 105  neighbor ignorantly, and is proved to have had no hatred ~against
141 2, 110  part of the soul, as is proved in Physic. viii; and grace
142 2, 113  points in a line, as is proved in Physic. vi, 1. ~But time
143 2, 1  these principles is as well proved in the eyes of the faithful, ~
144 2, 1  OBJ 3: Things which can be proved by demonstration are reckoned ~
145 2, 2  those things which can be proved by ~natural reason?~Aquin.:
146 2, 2  those things which can be ~proved by natural reason. For nothing
147 2, 2  to believe what can be proved by natural reason.~Aquin.:
148 2, 2  those ~things which can be proved by natural reason.~Aquin.:
149 2, 2  even of those that can be proved by ~reason: and so it is
150 2, 4  the object of faith, as ~proved above (Q[1], A[3]): while
151 2, 5  without knowing how it ~is proved, has not scientific knowledge,
152 2, 12  way, since ~negatives are proved by affirmatives, according
153 2, 23  intellective appetite, as proved in the FP, Q[81], A[2]:
154 2, 23  simple thing to another, as proved in Phys. iii, ~text. 59,
155 2, 23  subject to rarefaction, as is proved in Phys. iv, 9. In like ~
156 2, 24  OBJ 2: Further, "love is proved by deeds" as Gregory says
157 2, 25  OBJ 3: Further, "Love is proved by deeds," as Gregory states (
158 2, 26  God, our love for God is proved to be all the stronger through ~
159 2, 26  the power of a furnace is ~proved to be the stronger, according
160 2, 26  Hence our love for God is proved to be so much the ~stronger,
161 2, 31  would have to suffer if proved guilty.] Therefore it seems
162 2, 31  are reported falsely or proved in ~truth to have done anything
163 2, 37  or heresy: ~and this is proved from the fact that if he
164 2, 50  is the more one it is, as proved in De Causis. Now prudence
165 2, 58  instance when a thing is proved by suitable witnesses.~Aquin.:
166 2, 62  injustice to himself, as is proved in Ethic. v, 11. Therefore
167 2, 65  truth, as when something is proved ~by means of false witnesses.
168 2, 65  according to what is alleged and proved in opposition ~to the truth
169 2, 65  to what is alleged ~and proved in court. Therefore a judge
170 2, 66  grievous crimes and are not yet proved to be innocent ~[*1 Tim.
171 2, 66  would have to suffer if proved guilty.] Therefore evasion
172 2, 74  bless God ~and curse man, as proved in the third chapter of
173 2, 87  and commendable. This is proved from its origin ~and from
174 2, 93  natural order, since, as it is proved in Metaph. vi [*Ed. Did. ~
175 2, 98  monastery a person who has proved his regard for that monastery
176 2, 122  man's love for a thing is proved to be ~so much the greater,
177 2, 123  for its object, as we find proved in Ethic. iii, ~6. Wherefore
178 2, 136  defeated by lust, or who has proved himself unbeaten by ~toil,
179 2, 169  conclusion, as we find proved in I Poster. 6. But if the
180 2, 178  perfect and come first, as proved ~in Phys. viii, 7; wherefore
181 3, 1  Vera ~Relig. xvi): "God has proved to us how high a place human
182 3, 2  form of a body, as was proved (FP, Q[3], A[8]). Unity
183 3, 5  Therefore granted, as ~already proved (Q[4], A[1]), that it was
184 3, 5  that, By the reasons which proved that the body of Christ
185 3, 5  and incorruptible, as is proved De ~Coel. i, 20, if the
186 3, 5  the act of a ~body, as is proved De Anima iii, 6. Hence it
187 3, 7  Hence it is not hereby proved ~that Christ had not the
188 3, 15  His human nature is not proved by sin, ~since sin does
189 3, 28  2: Further (Mt. 1) it is proved that Christ was the Son
190 3, 30  her obedience: ~which she proved herself right ready to do,
191 3, 30  greater cannot be adequately proved by the less. But ~it was
192 3, 32  animate things only, as is proved Phys. viii.~Aquin.: SMT
193 3, 33  of the thing moved, as is proved Phys. vi. ~Therefore Christ'
194 3, 36  near at hand, might be ~proved worthy of condemnation" (
195 3, 43  reason, they cannot ~be proved by human arguments, but
196 3, 43  arguments, but need to be proved by the argument of ~Divine
197 3, 43  unwilling to believe what is proved ~from the Scriptures unless (
198 3, 43  healed all." Whereby it is proved, as Cyril says (Comment.
199 3, 44  and unchangeable, as ~is proved De Coelo i. Therefore it
200 3, 44  is not so ~sufficiently proved by changes wrought in the
201 3, 46  sight of all men, and so proved that ~death was vanquished
202 3, 46  murdering God Himself; as is proved by the gravity of the punishment.
203 3, 51  1: Though buried, Christ proved Himself "free among the
204 3, 52  belongs to bodies, as is proved in Phys. vi, text. 32; ~
205 3, 55  Sacred Scriptures that He proved to them the truth of His
206 3, 57  time ~is reckoned, as is proved in Physics vi. Consequently,
207 3, 57  above the heavens, as is proved in De Coelo ~i. But every
208 3, 61  innocence. ~This can be proved from the rectitude of that
209 3, 61  head of the house is not proved to have a ~changeable mind,
210 3, 66  conversely. And from this it ~is proved to be more perfect.~Aquin.:
211 3, 68  his intention cannot be proved, anyone ~might ask to be
212 3, 70  day. But this cannot be proved either from the ~authority
213 3, 72  Acts 8:17. Now it has been proved in the FP, Q[43], A[3] that ~
214 3, 75  before accident, ~as is proved in Metaph. vii. Since, then,
215 3, 75  successive instants, as is proved in Phys. vi. And therefore
216 3, 77  external objects. For it is proved in Phys. vii, that forms
217 3, 82  priest invoking him be ~proved full of guilty deeds?" Consequently,
218 3, 89  aforesaid crimes are not proved by a judicial ~process,
219 Suppl, 4  are not possible, as is proved in Ethic. ii, ~6,7. Wherefore,
220 Suppl, 6  a ~crime which cannot be proved by means of proper witnesses.
221 Suppl, 21 committed, but which ~has been proved against him: in this case,
222 Suppl, 29 is clearly false since we proved when treating of ~the Eucharist
223 Suppl, 39 the spirit of God; as was proved by the result of ~his action,
224 Suppl, 45 3: Further, if a man is proved to have consented to take
225 Suppl, 47 person to sin until it be proved; and he sinned if he said
226 Suppl, 48 the same conclusion is proved by the examples and authorities ~
227 Suppl, 53 marriage. The minor is proved as follows. It is clear
228 Suppl, 53 the same conclusion may be proved by many authorities quoted
229 Suppl, 54 changed into the semen, ~as proved in De Gener. Anim. i, 18.
230 Suppl, 55 Para. 2/2~Further, this is proved by the authorities quoted
231 Suppl, 55 affinity or consanguinity be ~proved, the parties should be separated
232 Suppl, 55 proceed from illwill, and are proved ~by false witnesses. Hence
233 Suppl, 56 On the contrary, This is proved by authority quoted in the
234 Suppl, 57 2/2~Further, the same is proved by the authorities quoted
235 Suppl, 57 2/2~Further, the same is proved by the authorities quoted
236 Suppl, 62 Further, that which cannot be proved ought not to be submitted
237 Suppl, 62 of fornication cannot be ~proved, since "the eye of the adulterer
238 Suppl, 62 which suspicions being proved the fornication seems to
239 Suppl, 62 fornication seems to be proved: for ~instance if they be
240 Suppl, 65 fornication was not a sin; and he proved his assertion ~from the
241 Suppl, 67 insufficient, the ~divorce was proved to be unjust, and therefore
242 Suppl, 70 of the sensitive part, as proved ~in De Memor. et Remin.
243 Suppl, 74 aforesaid time have so far proved to ~be untruthful; for some,
244 Suppl, 76 identically the same. The minor is proved thus: That which passes
245 Suppl, 76 identical man. The minor can be proved in ~two ways. First, because
246 Suppl, 77 restore quantity. This is proved by two reasons. ~First,
247 Suppl, 79 of a human body, as ~was proved above (Sent. ii, D, 12,
248 Suppl, 79 the senses. The minor is proved thus: That which is ~actually
249 Suppl, 79 of sight. The minor is ~proved thus. Whenever a thing is
250 Suppl, 80 a miracle. The minor is proved thus. ~Suppose two bodies
251 Suppl, 80 a miracle. The minor is proved as follows: It is a ~conclusion
252 Suppl, 80 a miracle. The minor is proved thus. Supposing two bodies
253 Suppl, 80 Further, this may again be proved from the fact that our Lord
254 Suppl, 81 a term "whereto," as ~is proved in Phys. vi, 6: while whatever
255 Suppl, 81 contradiction: which is proved as follows. ~Suppose a body
256 Suppl, 81 precedes to be changed," as is proved in Phys. vi, 5. Nor ~is
257 Suppl, 85 of the first coming, as proved by the number of weeks mentioned
258 Suppl, 86 and thus God's justice be proved.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[
259 Suppl, 88 and nowise violent, as is proved in De Coelo ~et Mundo i.
260 Suppl, 88 the sun does now: which is proved manifestly to be false from
