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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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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 ill-will, 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


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