Part, Question
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 nonsubsistent; ~
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 nonsubsistent; ~
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 selfdefense, 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
