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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | the physicist ~both may prove the same conclusion: that 2 1, 1 | it is a part of wisdom to prove the principles of other ~ 3 1, 1 | But this doctrine does not prove the principles of other 4 1, 1 | Therefore it has no concern to ~prove the principles of other 5 1, 1 | from them it goes on to ~prove something else; as the Apostle 6 1, 1 | inferior sciences neither prove their principles nor dispute 7 1, 1 | human reason cannot avail to prove ~what must be received on 8 1, 1 | reason, not, ~indeed, to prove faith (for thereby the merit 9 1, 2 | God, because, in order to prove the existence of anything, 10 1, 13 | adduced in the contrary sense prove indeed that these ~names 11 1, 13 | creatures; yet they do not ~prove that they are predicated 12 1, 13 | be formed about God. To ~prove this we must know that in 13 1, 14 | most perfect knowledge. To prove ~this, we must note that 14 1, 14 | to ~matter, as we shall prove further on (Q[44], A[2]), 15 1, 19 | Rm. 12:2): "That you may prove what ~is the will of God."~ 16 1, 30 | OBJ 4: This argument would prove if the Holy Ghost possessed ~ 17 1, 30 | arguments do not ~sufficiently prove the point advanced. Although 18 1, 32 | of the truth." So even to prove the Trinity some have ~brought 19 1, 32 | Trin. x, ~4; x, 11,12) to prove the trinity of persons by 20 1, 32 | Whoever, then, tries to prove the trinity of ~persons 21 1, 32 | anyone in ~the endeavor to prove the faith brings forward 22 1, 32 | we must not attempt to prove what is of faith, except 23 1, 32 | regards ~others it suffices to prove that what faith teaches 24 1, 32 | In the first way, we can prove that God is one; and ~the 25 1, 32 | second way, reasons avail to prove the Trinity; as, when ~assumed 26 1, 41 | the Arians, wishing to prove the Son to be a creature, 27 1, 43 | sent. This reason does not prove that a man can send the 28 1, 45 | 3: This reason does not prove that matter alone is created, ~ 29 1, 46 | Coelo i, text 120) ~does not prove simply that incorruptible 30 1, 48 | wholly consume good. To prove this we must ~consider that 31 1, 66 | generation and corruption prove, it ~followed that the matter 32 1, 75 | dependence on the body prove the intellect to be non-subsistent; ~ 33 1, 75 | intellectual soul does not prove that the soul is ~composed 34 1, 41 | the Arians, wishing to prove the Son to be a creature, 35 1, 43 | sent. This reason does not prove that a man can ~send the 36 1, 46 | 3: This reason does not prove that matter alone is created, ~ 37 1, 47 | Coelo i, text 120) ~does not prove simply that incorruptible 38 1, 49 | wholly consume good. To prove this we must ~consider that 39 1, 67 | generation and corruption prove, it ~followed that the matter 40 1, 74 | dependence on the body prove the intellect to be non-subsistent; ~ 41 1, 74 | intellectual soul does not prove that the soul is ~composed 42 1, 83 | Although the ~philosophers prove by convincing arguments 43 1, 86 | therefore the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 44 1, 87 | hence the argument does not ~prove.~ 45 1, 89 | assertion; as his words prove. For he says (Gen. ad lit. 46 1, 89 | itself, this reason would prove that the soul ~was created 47 1, 91 | of innocence, as we shall prove (Q[96], A[3]). ~Aquin.: 48 1, 91 | so this argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 49 1, 104 | Phys. viii, 10) intends to prove that the ~power of the first 50 1, 108 | superior demons ~does not prove that they can enlighten 51 1, 111 | that the Apostle wishes to prove that Christ is ~greater 52 1, 113 | argument is useless which may prove both ways. If ~therefore 53 1, 114 | above, he ~endeavors to prove that no bodies act, but 54 1, 114 | Para. 2/5~But this does not prove that the corporeal form 55 1, 116 | Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] A[ 56 2, 1 | this argument does not ~prove that there is no last end; 57 2, 2 | reasons may be given to prove that happiness consists ~ 58 2, 3 | speculative sciences. To prove this, we must observe ~that 59 2, 4 | God is seen, yet it might prove a ~hindrance thereto. Consequently, 60 2, 5 | Consequently the ~argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[6] 61 2, 5 | form. But this does not prove that any work of man need 62 2, 19 | Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 63 2, 20 | operation. But if this prove impossible, as long as the 64 2, 20 | OBJ 4: This argument would prove if irregularity were the 65 2, 23 | concupiscible ~power. But if it prove difficult to obtain, from 66 2, 25 | OBJ 1: This argument would prove, if the formal object of 67 2, 28 | association with others prove a ~hindrance to their exclusive 68 2, 34 | seek pleasures, does not prove that all pleasures are evil: ~ 69 2, 39 | this argument does not prove: nor does Augustine give 70 2, 40 | bravely, and consequently prove dangerous to the foe.~ 71 2, 42 | arguments, ~in order to prove that fear cannot be at all 72 2, 45 | however ~great the danger may prove: whereas men of daring face 73 2, 53 | habit, but only as it may prove an ~obstacle to the act 74 2, 54 | physicist ~and the astronomer prove the earth to be round, as 75 2, 58 | the more perilous may it prove to be, unless it be ~accompanied 76 2, 60 | Hence an evil does not prove an obstacle to reason, so 77 2, 68 | so Gregory wishes to prove the connection of ~the gifts, 78 2, 71 | Wherefore this does not prove that habit ~precedes act 79 2, 73 | This argument does not prove, for two reasons: first, ~ 80 2, 73 | the argument fails ~to prove, in respect of injuries 81 2, 74 | hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 82 2, 75 | cause of sin, as we ~shall prove further on (Q[79], A[1]). 83 2, 77 | hence the ~argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 84 2, 88 | Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 85 2, 90 | should have, in order to prove ~an efficacious inducement 86 2, 97 | institutions that might prove less frequently deficient 87 2, 105 | removal of whatever ~might prove an obstacle to the fight, 88 2, 107 | Accordingly this does not ~prove that the New Law is more 89 2, 111 | must be able to confirm ~or prove what he says, otherwise 90 2, 1 | employed by holy men to prove things that are ~of faith, 91 2, 2 | which things philosophers prove by natural reason.~Aquin.: 92 2, 2 | whose province it belongs to prove the existence of God, is 93 2, 4 | which is hope, as we shall prove ~further on (Q[18], A[1]). 94 2, 11 | whoever may blame me, will prove that he himself is ~ignorant, 95 2, 11 | received, this seems ~to prove them to be inconstant in 96 2, 18 | object, viz. God, does not prove a ~specific identity of 97 2, 22 | hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 98 2, 23 | Hence the argument does not ~prove.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 99 2, 23 | Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 100 2, 26 | Rom.] that this does not prove the Apostle to have loved 101 2, 29 | himself; rather does this ~prove the perfection of his friendship.~ 102 2, 31 | himself, if he ~failed to prove the accusation, to suffer 103 2, 31 | brings in witnesses to prove his own secret sin. Neither 104 2, 31 | bring forward witnesses to prove the secret sin of our brother.~ 105 2, 31 | witnesses are brought forward to prove something. But ~witnesses 106 2, 31 | Jerome says: secondly, to ~prove that the deed was done, 107 2, 31 | his ~Rule): thirdly, "to prove that the man who rebuked 108 2, 32 | them in ~so far as they prove an obstacle to our attaining 109 2, 39 | This does not, however, prove that strife is the daughter 110 2, 45 | this does not suffice to prove that it is ~not a special 111 2, 47 | reason (Ethic. vi, 9) to ~prove that {euboulia}, i.e. good 112 2, 64 | either to ~restitution, or to prove himself innocent. Hence 113 2, 66 | is the accuser's duty to prove: as, for ~example, when 114 2, 66 | sufficient witnesses to ~prove it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] 115 2, 66 | punished if he is unable to prove. For this reason ~writing 116 2, 66 | matter which he ~cannot prove, and come to an understanding 117 2, 66 | himself, if ~he failed to prove the accusation, to suffer 118 2, 66 | an accuser who fails to prove his indictment is bound 119 2, 66 | the accuser who fails to prove his indictment ~is not bound 120 2, 66 | the accuser who fails to prove his ~indictment is not bound 121 2, 66 | to one who has failed to prove his accusation.~Aquin.: 122 2, 66 | time." But he who fails to prove his accusation, ~incurs 123 2, 66 | lii): "He that fails to prove ~his accusation, must himself 124 2, 67 | punished if he fail to ~prove his accusation. Hence it 125 2, 68 | Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 126 2, 69 | so that he may be able to prove the justice of the cause 127 2, 69 | disease, so does an advocate prove his skill, if he can defend ~ 128 2, 79 | God. Hence this does not prove that ~religion is a general 129 2, 86 | dispensed from ~that vow if it prove a source of danger to his 130 2, 86 | indeed accidentally it prove a source of danger to the 131 2, 87 | scientific discussion to wish to prove one's point by an oath.~ 132 2, 87 | reason, it would seemingly prove ~him to have but little 133 2, 94 | Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 134 2, 95 | has no other use than to prove God's power, ~goodness or 135 2, 95 | Rm. 12:2): "That you may ~prove what is the good, and the 136 2, 95 | tests a thing in order to prove it to others), and in ~this 137 2, 95 | know it oneself, but to prove it to others: ~this is not 138 2, 95 | paid tithes, they would prove ~by experience the favors 139 2, 95 | not lawful to doubt or to prove ~whether God's will be good, 140 2, 95 | way that ~we are told to prove God's will, and to taste 141 2, 98 | his command unless one can prove him to be guilty of simony, 142 2, 104 | made in such a way as to prove most beneficial. If, however, 143 2, 104 | benefactor's carelessness it prove detrimental to him, this 144 2, 105 | recipient, should the latter prove ungrateful; ~and there would 145 2, 105 | the evil." Now we should prove ourselves ~His children 146 2, 109 | Dissemblers and crafty ~men prove the wrath of God," says 147 2, 109 | Dissemblers and ~crafty men prove the wrath of God": and the 148 2, 123 | Hence the argument ~does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] A[ 149 2, 145 | If however this were to prove a heavy ~burden to a man 150 2, 152 | and this, lest he should ~prove to have married her in mockery, 151 2, 160 | arises from ~pride, does not prove that pride is a capital 152 2, 185 | mind, your coarse robe prove your contempt of the world, 153 2, 186 | charity, although it ~may prove an obstacle to some higher 154 2, 187 | Para. 2/2~Nor does this prove that it is not of God that 155 2, 187 | says on 1 ~Thess. 5:21, "Prove all things."~Aquin.: SMT 156 3, 7 | OBJ 1: These words do not prove that enigmatical knowledge, 157 3, 7 | did more perfect works, to prove Himself true man, both in 158 3, 12 | same habit of knowledge to ~prove to someone else some minor 159 3, 15 | satisfy for us, that He might prove the truth of ~His human 160 3, 15 | Our Lord, in order to prove the reality of the assumed 161 3, 15 | grieve. But in order to prove the reality ~of the body, 162 3, 31 | argued thus, in the desire to prove ~that Christ is not the 163 3, 31 | heretic ~Faustus pretended to prove from certain apocryphal 164 3, 33 | bodies of other men, so as to prove the reality of His human ~ 165 3, 35 | a manger.'" These words prove the falseness of the ~apocryphal 166 3, 37 | circumcised. First, in order to prove the reality of His human 167 3, 37 | old. Thirdly, ~in order to prove that He was descended from 168 3, 43 | Therefore that He might prove both, He works miracles ~ 169 3, 44 | men in particular, should prove Himself ~to be the universal 170 3, 44 | manifest thing in order to prove the greater and more ~unseen."~ 171 3, 45 | OBJ 1: The words quoted prove, not that the clarity of 172 3, 51 | sufficient argument to prove that men are to be raised 173 3, 55 | Such an argument would prove, if they had not been brought ~ 174 3, 55 | were employed by Christ ~to prove the truth of His human nature, 175 3, 59 | who ~search the heart, and prove the reins: who give to every 176 3, 59 | which in their effects prove to be hurtful. And in the 177 3, 66 | blood from a dead body, to ~prove the reality of our Lord' 178 3, 70 | OBJ 1: This argument would prove if justice were of circumcision ~ 179 3, 78 | comparison with Baptism ~prove anything; for it is a sacrament 180 3, 79 | Hence the argument does ~not prove.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 181 3, 80 | Cor. 11:28): "Let a man prove himself, and so ~let him 182 3, 80 | May the body of Christ ~prove thee today.'" And further 183 3, 80 | Cor. 11:28: "Let a man prove himself, and so let him 184 3, 88 | so the objection does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 185 3, 88 | first (three) ~objections prove that ingratitude is in itself 186 3, 89 | Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 187 Suppl, 8 | authorities quoted in the text prove the same (Sent. iv, D, ~ 188 Suppl, 8 | wherefore the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[7] 189 Suppl, 9 | suitable for one sin, might prove an ~incentive to another, 190 Suppl, 9 | considered by itself does not prove the evil ~disposition of 191 Suppl, 11| are in danger of having to prove that they had the penitent' 192 Suppl, 21| excommunication." They also ~prove a safeguard of virtue; and 193 Suppl, 24| Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[24] A[ 194 Suppl, 36| denote one that suffices to prove matters of faith and hope, 195 Suppl, 39| other ~things which do not prove a hindrance to the exercise 196 Suppl, 41| Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 197 Suppl, 41| consequently the argument does not ~prove.~ 198 Suppl, 48| Consequently the argument ~does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 199 Suppl, 51| wherefore ~the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 200 Suppl, 51| Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 201 Suppl, 53| argument ~does not suffice to prove the conclusion.~Aquin.: 202 Suppl, 54| between them, this would prove a very great incentive to ~ 203 Suppl, 55| Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 204 Suppl, 55| Wherefore the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 205 Suppl, 55| retaliation, if ~he fail to prove his accusation. [*The accuser 206 Suppl, 55| he wish the relatives to prove his assertion. Wherefore 207 Suppl, 55| and by ~whom he cannot prove his accusation. On the other 208 Suppl, 58| 5: Further, calidity may prove a sufficient incentive to 209 Suppl, 58| sometimes ~insufficient to prove impotence to be perpetual. 210 Suppl, 58| If, however, it were to prove an impediment to marital 211 Suppl, 60| Reply OBJ 3: This does not prove that it is lawful simply, 212 Suppl, 60| be fear ~lest he should prove incontinent, he may be dispensed 213 Suppl, 62| the husband can at once prove the wife's ~fornication. 214 Suppl, 62| retaliation if he fail to prove his case.~Aquin.: SMT XP 215 Suppl, 62| because she is unable to prove ~his adultery in court. 216 Suppl, 62| self-defense, although ~she cannot prove it. Wherefore the husband 217 Suppl, 65| wherefore the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 218 Suppl, 65| Hence the argument does ~not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 219 Suppl, 65| wherefore the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 220 Suppl, 66| in law; but it does not prove that ~the Pope has no power 221 Suppl, 67| reason the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 222 Suppl, 67| married her, should he fail to prove this, he shall be beaten, 223 Suppl, 67| a general way, so as to prove the justice of ~the divorce. 224 Suppl, 69| Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 225 Suppl, 71| hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 226 Suppl, 75| all ~rise again from death prove also that at the general 227 Suppl, 78| but of power, so as to prove that He had resumed the 228 Suppl, 78| Hence the argument does not ~prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 229 Suppl, 80| the objection does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 230 Suppl, 80| Hence ~the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 231 Suppl, 81| OBJ 3: This argument would prove if the glorified body were 232 Suppl, 81| Hence the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[84] A[ 233 Suppl, 88| authority or reason ~to prove this.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] 234 Suppl, 88| Rabbi Moses who endeavors to prove ~(Dux errantium iii) that 235 Suppl, 89| a separate substance. To prove this they employ two arguments. 236 Suppl, 89| his intention being to prove the Son to be God from His ~ 237 Suppl, 89| this statement in order to prove that in us knowledge is 238 Suppl, 91| Consequently the argument does not prove.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 239 Suppl, 92| do the authorities quoted prove anything to the contrary. 240 Suppl, 92| we have adduced does not prove ~that the dowries are simply 241 Suppl, 95| OBJ 2: This argument would prove if the damned saw God in 242 Suppl, 96| unless in the end they prove to be free from other ~crimes.~ 243 Appen1, 2| Para. 2/2~Some, however, prove this from the fact that


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