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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | wisdom; ~seeing that the wise man directs, and is not 2 1, 1 | since it is the part of a ~wise man to arrange and to judge, 3 1, 1 | principle, he is said to be wise in ~any one order who considers 4 1, 1 | form of the house is called wise ~and architect, in opposition 5 1, 1 | ready the stones: "As a wise architect, I have laid the ~ 6 1, 1 | the ~prudent man is called wise, inasmuch as he directs 7 1, 1 | is most of all called wise. Hence wisdom is said to 8 1, 1 | distinction of persons - "To the wise and to the ~unwise I am 9 1, 6 | essentially; ~as, to be powerful, wise and the like, as appears 10 1, 12 | probable ~opinion because wise men or most men teach it, 11 1, 13 | being strong, or the being wise, or whatever else we may 12 1, 13 | names of God, as "good," "wise," ~and the like, various 13 1, 13 | such names as ~"good," "wise," and the like are more 14 1, 13 | for instance, by the term "wise" applied to man, we ~signify 15 1, 13 | existence. Thus also this term "wise" applied to ~man in some 16 1, 13 | evident that this term "wise" is not applied in the ~ 17 1, 13 | words, "God is good," or "wise," signify not only that 18 1, 13 | communicable; ~as "good," "wise," and the like. Therefore 19 1, 13 | 3: These names "good," "wise," and the like, are imposed 20 1, 14 | be is the ~same as to be wise." But to be wise is the 21 1, 14 | as to be wise." But to be wise is the same thing as to 22 1, 14 | as it has being in this wise, it ~retains a certain likeness 23 1, 15 | ideas, that no one can be wise unless they are ~understood."~ 24 1, 17 | them; for in this way many wise and learned persons might 25 1, 19 | 1/2~I answer that, In no wise has the will of God a cause. 26 1, 19 | Augustine says (Qq. 83,3): "No wise man is the cause of ~another 27 1, 22 | 24:45), "a faithful and wise ~servant, whom his lord 28 1, 22 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a wise provider excludes any defect 29 1, 22 | Almighty God would in ~no wise permit evil to exist in 30 1, 25 | whole idea of order which a wise man puts into things made 31 1, 25 | the just ~will nor in the wise intellect. But in God, power 32 1, 25 | His just will or in ~His wise intellect. Nevertheless, 33 1, 25 | does in a most powerful and wise way. But a thing is so much 34 1, 25 | man is ~to be virtuous or wise. As regards this kind of 35 1, 29 | name "God" and this word "Wise"; ~but that to meet heretical 36 1, 31 | properly say that God is wise, we can say the Father is 37 1, 31 | can say the Father is a ~wise God; and the Trinity is 38 1, 31 | God; and the Trinity is a wise God. But Augustine says ( 39 1, 32 | not say that paternity is wise or creates; nor can what 40 1, 32 | Deity and God; or wisdom and wise; but the ~same applies to 41 1, 32 | begets, or creates, or is wise, or is intelligent. The 42 1, 34 | but the concept of the Wise One; and in the same way 43 1, 36 | from Him, He could in no wise be personally distinguished ~ 44 1, 37 | that the Father ~is not wise by the Wisdom begotten. 45 1, 37 | effect that "the Father is wise by the Wisdom begotten." 46 1, 37 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To be wise or intelligent is taken 47 1, 37 | say that "the Father is wise or intelligent by the ~Son." 48 1, 39 | three "existent" or ~three "wise" beings, or three "eternal," " 49 1, 39 | showing that the Father is wise, ~not by Wisdom begotten 50 1, 39 | together only can be called wise, but not the ~Father without 51 1, 39 | Whence the Father is ~not wise by the wisdom begotten by 52 1, 39 | another. For the Father is not wise by the wisdom begotten, 53 1, 48 | 1/1~On the contrary, A wise workman chooses a less evil 54 1, 51 | Reply OBJ 1: As it is in no wise contrary to truth for intelligible ~ 55 1, 62 | that the Blessed can in no wise merit ~without being at 56 1, 63 | substances, they can in no wise ~have a natural inclination 57 1, 37 | that the Father ~is not wise by the Wisdom begotten. 58 1, 37 | effect that "the Father is wise by the Wisdom begotten." 59 1, 37 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To be wise or intelligent is taken 60 1, 37 | say that "the Father is wise or intelligent by the ~Son." 61 1, 39 | three "existent" or ~three "wise" beings, or three "eternal," " 62 1, 39 | showing that the Father is wise, ~not by Wisdom begotten 63 1, 39 | together only can be called wise, but not the ~Father without 64 1, 39 | Whence the Father is ~not wise by the wisdom begotten by 65 1, 39 | another. For the Father is not wise by the wisdom begotten, 66 1, 49 | 1/1~On the contrary, A wise workman chooses a less evil 67 1, 52 | Reply OBJ 1: As it is in no wise contrary to truth for intelligible ~ 68 1, 63 | that the Blessed can in no wise merit ~without being at 69 1, 64 | substances, they can in no wise ~have a natural inclination 70 1, 78 | is said to ~know or to be wise, which belongs to "phronesis" 71 1, 78 | for "it ~belongs to the wise man to judge," as the Philosopher 72 1, 102 | strong, nor bread to ~the wise, nor riches to the learned, 73 1, 114 | can cooperate: but few are wise enough to resist these passions. ~ 74 1, 114 | are wont to say that "the wise man is stronger ~than the 75 2, 2 | the foolish but from the wise: just as it is for a person 76 2, 2 | honored especially by the wise, on whose ~judgment he believes 77 2, 2 | all desire delight; both wise and foolish, and even ~irrational 78 2, 3 | Jer. 9:23): "Let not the wise man glory ~in his wisdom": 79 2, 9 | the passions, ~which the wise alone resist. Consequently, 80 2, 9 | Centiloquium v), ~"the wise man governs the stars"; 81 2, 14 | good in ~the opinion of wise and spiritual men are not 82 2, 32 | the testimony of good and wise ~men, hence men take greater 83 2, 32 | man imagine himself to be wise and excellent; ~since it 84 2, 32 | excellent; ~since it belongs to wise men and elders to reprove 85 2, 32 | they belong to men who are ~wise and better than others; 86 2, 39 | 1/1~On the contrary, The wise man seeks only that which 87 2, 39 | 7:5, "the heart of the wise is where there is ~mourning, 88 2, 39 | s greatest good is to be wise: while his ~greatest evil 89 2, 47 | insulted by a peasant; a wise man, if by a ~fool; a master, 90 2, 58 | we do not say that he is wise or intelligent, but that 91 2, 58 | therefore prudent [Douay: 'wise'] as serpents, and simple 92 2, 59 | passions cannot be in a wise or virtuous man: whereas 93 2, 59 | emotions could not be in a wise or ~virtuous man if they 94 2, 59 | possible for ~them to be in a wise man, if they arose suddenly: 95 2, 59 | needs ~disturb the mind of a wise man, so that he is slightly 96 2, 59 | that in the mind of the wise man there are three {eupatheiai}, 97 2, 59 | could be ~in the mind of a wise man, for two reasons.~Aquin.: 98 2, 59 | no evil can happen to a wise man: for they thought that, 99 2, 59 | to this good can be in a wise man, and can cause him moderate ~ 100 2, 59 | passage quoted proves that the wise man is not made ~sorrowful 101 2, 83 | 1/1 ~OBJ 5: Further, no wise man pours a precious liquid 102 2, 84 | explain the mind ~of the wise man who said (Ecclus. 10: 103 2, 94 | self-evident only to the wise, ~who understand the meaning 104 2, 95 | consideration except by a wise man, who looks into each 105 2, 95 | directed ~by the judgment of wise men, than by the framing 106 2, 95 | is easier to find a few wise ~men competent to frame 107 2, 96 | should keep himself. And a wise ~authority [*Dionysius Cato, 108 2, 96 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every wise man knows how to explain 109 2, 96 | laws should be reckoned wise: for Wisdom ~says (Prov. 110 2, 96 | Reply OBJ 3: No man is so wise as to be able to take account 111 2, 97 | thou, is the faithful and wise dispenser ~[Douay: steward], 112 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a wise lawgiver should remove, 113 2, 100 | but only those who are wise: just as it is not possible ~ 114 2, 100 | careful ~consideration, wise men deem obligatory. Such 115 2, 100 | wiser teaching the ~less wise: e.g. "Rise up before the 116 2, 100 | the careful reflection of wise men ~shows to be in accord 117 2, 100 | through being taught by wise men. Nevertheless both ~ 118 2, 100 | which are known ~through wise men are contained, conversely, 119 2, 100 | to everyone, but only the wise; these are moral precepts 120 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A wise lawgiver should suffer lesser 121 2, 102 | it is ~the function of a "wise man to do everything in 122 2, 102 | inner nature of which only wise men by dint of study are 123 2, 102 | because, in ~order that wise men, denoted by the priests 124 2, 102 | scarlet, and hyssop," ~in such wise that a sparrow and the hyssop 125 2, 102 | speak of a foolish, and of a wise man, each of ~these expressions 126 2, 102 | fool should not accompany a wise man in preaching, ~for one 127 2, 105 | Provide out of all the people wise [Vulg.: 'able'] men," etc.; ~ 128 2, 105 | Let Me have from among you wise and ~understanding men," 129 2, 105 | bribes, which even blind the wise, and ~pervert the words 130 2, 105 | took out of your tribes wise and honorable, and appointed ~ 131 2, 105 | Provide out of all the people ~wise [Vulg.: 'able'] men," etc.; 132 2, 105 | me have ~from among you wise [Vulg.: 'able'] men," etc. 133 2, 108 | them, shall be likened to a wise man that built ~his house 134 2, 108 | house upon a rock." But a wise builder leaves out nothing 135 2, 108 | contrary, The counsels of a wise friend are of great use, ~ 136 2, 109 | that, Man by himself can no wise rise from sin without the 137 2, 113 | miraculous when a man is made wise ~or learned outside this 138 2, 2 | persecution; and even the wise have greater merit of faith, ~ 139 2, 9 | which is wisdom: for ~a wise man in any branch of knowledge 140 2, 9 | matters by that ~cause: and a wise man "absolutely," is one 141 2, 15 | they may say, Behold a wise and understanding people."~ 142 2, 21 | been given, it is for a wise man ~to induce men not only 143 2, 21 | Body Para. 3/4~Yet, just as wise men and the prophets who, 144 2, 22 | goodness ~which is God, and wise with the wisdom which is 145 2, 22 | whereby we are formally wise, is a share of Divine wisdom), 146 2, 28 | explains why the old and the wise who consider that ~they 147 2, 34 | and who are considered wise, are envious, according 148 2, 40 | De Civ. Dei ii, 21) that "wise men understand the word ~ 149 2, 43 | that genus, is said to be wise in that genus, for instance 150 2, 43 | according to 1 Cor. 3:10: "As a wise architect, I have ~laid 151 2, 43 | which is God, is said to be wise simply, because he ~is able 152 2, 43 | man is said to be truly wise, so too in evil things ~ 153 2, 43 | which, man is said to be wise unto evil doing, ~according 154 2, 43 | to Jer. 4:22: "They are wise to do evils, but to do good 155 2, 43 | Jer. 9:23: "Let not the wise man glory in his wisdom." 156 2, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "The wise man sets things in order," 157 2, 43 | written (James 3:17) that the wise man ~"judges without dissimulation [* 158 2, 44 | man among you seem to be wise in this world, let him become 159 2, 44 | a ~fool, that he may be wise." Therefore folly is not 160 2, 44 | Para. 2/2~For "sapiens" [wise] as Isidore says (Etym. 161 2, 44 | savors ~of meats, so is a wise man in discerning things 162 2, 44 | though dulled, ~whereas the wise man has the sense acute 163 2, 45 | OBJ 3: This saying of the wise man does not mean that prudence ~ 164 2, 45 | to ourselves, even as a wise man ~decides." Now right 165 2, 45 | reason . . . ~even as a wise man decides."~Aquin.: SMT 166 2, 45 | faithful and prudent [Douay: 'wise'] servant whom his lord 167 2, 45 | even the ~prudent [Douay: 'wise']."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] 168 2, 47 | the old men), "that are wise, and join ~thyself from 169 2, 48 | shall reign and shall be wise, and shall ~execute justice 170 2, 54 | prudent ~[Douay: 'wise'] as serpents." Therefore 171 2, 62 | The fool shall serve the wise." Hence, ~although it be 172 2, 67 | written (Prov. 14:16): "A wise man feareth and ~declineth 173 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The wise man hides himself not by 174 2, 67 | OBJ 3: This saying of the wise man does not direct that 175 2, 70 | he ~imagine himself to be wise." Secondly, for the good 176 2, 71 | written (Ecclus. 4:30): "In no wise speak against ~the truth." 177 2, 78 | 24:45, "A faithful and wise servant, ~whom his lord 178 2, 92 | even as a man is said to be wise in respect not of his body 179 2, 93 | there are few, namely, the wise alone, who moderate these ~ 180 2, 98 | customs is lawful, yet in such wise that there be no ~intention 181 2, 111 | man among you seem to be wise in ~this world, let him 182 2, 111 | become a fool that he may be wise." But there is ~another 183 2, 112 | the mean according as a wise man ~decides" (Ethic. ii, 184 2, 112 | 7:5): "The heart of ~the wise is where there is mourning, 185 2, 112 | said that "the heart of the wise is where there ~is mourning" 186 2, 112 | Accordingly, it ~belongs to the wise man to share his pleasures 187 2, 116 | preferred to charity, in such wise ~that a man, through love 188 2, 121 | soul from the mind of a wise or good man: whereas the ~ 189 2, 124 | written ~(Prov. 14:16): "A wise man feareth and declineth 190 2, 127 | or from the dignity of a wise man." And Aristotle says ~( 191 2, 127 | virtuous, not only by the wise, but also by the ~multitude 192 2, 130 | 9:23,24): "Let not the wise man glory in his ~wisdom, 193 2, 142 | judgement, as in the case of wise and ~virtuous men, by whom 194 2, 147 | 12:3): "Not to be more wise than it behooveth to ~be 195 2, 147 | than it behooveth to ~be wise, but to be wise unto sobriety." 196 2, 147 | behooveth to ~be wise, but to be wise unto sobriety." Therefore 197 2, 156 | according to Job 15:2, "Will a wise man . . . fill his stomach 198 2, 159 | known by his look, and a wise man, when thou meetest him, 199 2, 160 | hid these things ~from the wise and the prudent," i.e. from 200 2, 160 | from the proud, who are wise and ~prudent in their own 201 2, 160 | manifest. For just as a ~wise physician, in order to cure 202 2, 161 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, no wise man chooses the impossible. 203 2, 161 | the mind, especially of a wise man.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] 204 2, 166 | known by his look, and a wise man, ~when thou meetest 205 2, 166 | times: for it becomes a wise man sometimes to relax the 206 2, 166 | Therefore it becomes a wise and ~virtuous man to have 207 2, 171 | visions, ~says that "the wise theologian calls that vision 208 2, 172 | impersonating him; and ~that the wise man calls him Samuel, and 209 2, 179 | considered most prudent ~and wise."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[181] 210 2, 180 | 2): "It is better to be wise than to be ~rich, yet for 211 2, 183 | 24:45, "A faithful and a wise servant, whom his ~lord 212 2, 183 | just nor useful. For what wise man seeks of his own accord 213 2, 184 | unwilling to profess to be a wise man, but ~acknowledged himself, " 214 2, 184 | wherefore (Eccles. 5:3) ~the wise man after saying: "If thou 215 2, 185 | bribes which . . ~. blind the wise, and pervert the words of 216 2, 186 | and (Ecclus. 39:1): "The wise man will seek out the wisdom 217 2, 187 | abstainer and makes him a wise ~judge [*Dan. 1:8-17]," 218 2, 187 | fools with thee, who ~can be wise? Nor will virginity be commendable, 219 3, 12 | came the question and ~the wise reply." Hence the Gospel 220 3, 15 | passions, in the soul of the wise man, viz. for desire, ~will - 221 3, 15 | could be in the soul of the wise man, for sorrow regards 222 3, 15 | that no evil could befall a wise man; ~and for this reason, 223 3, 15 | hence in the soul of the wise man there may be ~sorrow 224 3, 35 | generation of Christ was ~in this wise. When His Mother Mary was 225 3, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, no wise man makes known that from 226 3, 36 | contrast: for the Magi were wise and powerful; the ~shepherds 227 3, 36 | that He might confound the wise,' and 'not to call the ~ 228 3, 36 | Magi were not ~wizards, but wise astronomers, who are called 229 3, 36 | there is no need for ~a wise man to make himself known 230 3, 36 | diligently ~inquired from the wise men": so that it seems that 231 3, 42 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no wise man should do anything that 232 3, 44 | related of Him that He made wise men out of fools. Therefore 233 3, 46 | sadness in the soul of a wise man; and Aristotle ~(Ethic. 234 3, 46 | shunned altogether by a wise man. But in very truth ~ 235 3, 51 | touching Christ's burial in no wise seem to ~pertain to our 236 3, 52 | original sin were in no wise sharers of faith in ~Christ. 237 3, 55 | everything said figuratively by wise and holy men, or even by 238 3, 57 | ascending, the Ascension in no ~wise belongs to Christ according 239 3, 59 | according to Ecclus. 10:1: "A wise judge shall judge ~his people." 240 3, 66 | because "the senses ~of a wise man are in his head" (Eccl 241 3, 82 | thou, is a faithful and wise servant?" and afterwards 242 3, 84 | appetite; and thus they can no. wise be ~together, since they 243 Suppl, 19| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no wise king entrusts his enemy 244 Suppl, 32| should be anointed. For ~a wise physician heals the disease 245 Suppl, 41| is not ~advisable for a wise man to marry, as Jerome 246 Suppl, 49| Para. 1/1~I answer that, No wise man should allow himself 247 Suppl, 52| time-honored deliberations of many ~wise men. Moreover in natural 248 Suppl, 67| him it was written in this wise: "I promise never to have 249 Suppl, 69| Boethius says (De Hebdom.): "Wise men are agreed that ~incorporeal 250 Suppl, 70| condemned to fire, ~will any wise man deny that the souls 251 Suppl, 71| towards their parents, in no wise are the bodies themselves 252 Suppl, 75| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the wise man should always choose 253 Suppl, 75| Therefore ~God Who is supremely wise will choose this way for 254 Suppl, 88| Further, it were not a wise craftsman who would make 255 Suppl, 88| Since then God is most wise it would seem that man is ~ 256 Appen1, 1| and De ira ~ii, 6) that "a wise man is not disturbed." Now 257 Appen1, 1| capable of obtaining. Thus no wise man grieves for being unable 258 Appen1, 1| the same condition makes a wise man to grieve.~Aquin.: SMT 259 Appen1, 2| 1~OBJ 2: Further, every wise man wills that without which


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