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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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knowing

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | it signifies His power of knowing hidden things; by height, 2 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 1: This mode of knowing God is natural to an angel - 3 1, 14 | it is manifest ~that by knowing the intelligible object 4 1, 14 | Now the power of God in knowing is as great as His actuality 5 1, 14 | perfectly known only by knowing to what its power extends. 6 1, 14 | are hot; so God, through knowing Himself as the principle 7 1, 14 | knows by His essence; and knowing them, He knows the opposite 8 1, 14 | cannot be the reason ~of knowing the particular, for it presupposes 9 1, 14 | sufficing principle of knowing all things made by Him, 10 1, 14 | nothing to prevent Him from knowing infinite things.~Aquin.: 11 1, 14 | as regards the manner of knowing - as, for ~instance, if 12 1, 15 | sufficient principle of knowing ~and effecting all things. 13 1, 15 | idea is the principle of knowing and operating, ~so are art 14 1, 16 | senses nor in the intellect knowing "what a ~thing is." Therefore 15 1, 16 | intellect, in so far as it is knowing, ~must be true, so far as 16 1, 16 | this ~being its form, as knowing. For this reason truth is 17 1, 16 | does not apprehend it by knowing of a thing ~"what a thing 18 1, 16 | senses, or in the intellect knowing "what a thing ~is," as in 19 1, 16 | senses; nor in ~the intellect knowing "what a thing is."~Aquin.: 20 1, 17 | its proper form, so the ~knowing faculty has knowledge by 21 1, 17 | man; so ~the faculty of knowing cannot fail in knowledge 22 1, 19 | glance, in this case the knowing of the conclusion ~would 23 1, 20 | Christ more. ~Hence the Lord, knowing this to be true, asked Peter, 24 1, 26 | nature; which is capable of knowing that ~it has a sufficiency 25 1, 32 | the Holy Ghost, ~in that knowing God "they did not glorify 26 1, 32 | notions as ~principles of knowing things which are devoid 27 1, 32 | opinion of the notions, ~knowing or thinking that consequences 28 1, 34 | does not ~mean the act of a knowing intellect, or any one of 29 1, 34 | the intellect conceives by knowing. Hence also Augustine says ~( 30 1, 34 | to creatures. For God by knowing ~Himself, knows every creature. 31 1, 36 | Father," the idea of the Son knowing Himself is not ~excluded. 32 1, 45 | concerning matter, and from not knowing how to ~distinguish between 33 1, 54 | likeness of the faculty knowing them. We have experience 34 1, 55 | known; ~but they denote the knowing power, which belongs to 35 1, 55 | uses one universal form for knowing various things. Therefore 36 1, 55 | so far as the intellect knowing it derives its knowledge ~ 37 1, 56 | only potentially in the knowing faculty; and then there 38 1, 56 | the nature of knower, as ~knowing, to be moved by the object, 39 1, 56 | moved by the object, but as knowing in potentiality. Now, ~for 40 1, 56 | the ~essence of the one knowing; because all knowledge is 41 1, 56 | the essence of the angel knowing is not like the essence 42 1, 56 | does not hinder him from knowing the ~other angelic natures, 43 1, 57 | sufficient ~principle for knowing the singular as such, because 44 1, 57 | and now. The astronomer, knowing from computation of the ~ 45 1, 57 | patient. This manner of knowing future ~events exists in 46 1, 58 | syllogize, in the sense of knowing a ~syllogism; and they see 47 1, 58 | composing and dividing, but by knowing simply the nature of ~a 48 1, 58 | upright will, from their knowing ~the nature of every creature, 49 1, 58 | The good angels, while knowing the ~creature, do not adhere 50 1, 58 | vast ~difference between knowing anything as it is in the 51 1, 58 | apprehended by various ways of knowing it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] 52 1, 58 | there any inconsistency in knowing a thing ~through two mediums, 53 1, 59 | since it also is capable of knowing God. Therefore ~there is 54 1, 59 | differ as to their manner of ~knowing; because the intellect knows 55 1, 62 | nothing hinders us from knowing ~a thing through various 56 1, 64 | have happiness of a kind by knowing the separated substances, ~ 57 1, 64 | perfect happiness consists in knowing the first substance, ~namely, 58 1, 64 | happiness does not consist in knowing sensible natures; so neither ~ 59 1, 64 | angel's happiness consist in knowing separated substances.~Aquin.: 60 1, 65 | their own operations, by knowing and ~loving Him. Thus it 61 1, 72 | whereas the craftsman, knowing their use, laughs at his 62 1, 76 | would not be capable of knowing all things, as is clear 63 1, 77 | soul, not as ~loving and knowing, but as loved and known. 64 1, 46 | concerning matter, and from not knowing how to ~distinguish between 65 1, 55 | likeness of the faculty knowing them. We have experience 66 1, 56 | known; ~but they denote the knowing power, which belongs to 67 1, 56 | uses one universal form for knowing various things. Therefore 68 1, 56 | so far as the intellect knowing it derives its knowledge ~ 69 1, 57 | only potentially in the knowing faculty; and then there 70 1, 57 | the nature of knower, as ~knowing, to be moved by the object, 71 1, 57 | moved by the object, but as knowing in potentiality. Now, ~for 72 1, 57 | the ~essence of the one knowing; because all knowledge is 73 1, 57 | the essence of the angel knowing is not like the essence 74 1, 57 | does not hinder him from knowing the ~other angelic natures, 75 1, 58 | sufficient ~principle for knowing the singular as such, because 76 1, 58 | and now. The astronomer, knowing from computation of the ~ 77 1, 58 | patient. This manner of knowing future ~events exists in 78 1, 59 | syllogize, in the sense of knowing a ~syllogism; and they see 79 1, 59 | composing and dividing, but by knowing simply the nature of ~a 80 1, 59 | upright will, from their knowing ~the nature of every creature, 81 1, 59 | The good angels, while knowing the ~creature, do not adhere 82 1, 59 | vast ~difference between knowing anything as it is in the 83 1, 59 | apprehended by various ways of knowing it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] 84 1, 59 | there any inconsistency in knowing a thing ~through two mediums, 85 1, 60 | since it also is capable of knowing God. Therefore ~there is 86 1, 60 | differ as to their manner of ~knowing; because the intellect knows 87 1, 63 | nothing hinders us from knowing a thing through various 88 1, 65 | have happiness of a kind by knowing the separated substances, ~ 89 1, 65 | perfect happiness consists in knowing the first substance, ~namely, 90 1, 65 | happiness does not consist in knowing sensible natures; so neither ~ 91 1, 65 | angel's happiness consist in knowing separated substances.~Aquin.: 92 1, 66 | their own operations, by knowing and ~loving Him. Thus it 93 1, 71 | whereas the craftsman, knowing their use, laughs at his 94 1, 75 | would not be capable of knowing all things, as is clear 95 1, 76 | soul, not as ~loving and knowing, but as loved and known. 96 1, 78 | identified ~with each thing as knowing it, it is said to be in 97 1, 78 | of them is the means of ~knowing the other. For by way of 98 1, 83 | save for the purpose of knowing the essential ~properties 99 1, 84 | perfectly; and hence also in knowing the quiddity of a thing 100 1, 84 | composition and division, as by knowing the difference and comparison 101 1, 86 | known is the object of the knowing faculty. But the act differs ~ 102 1, 87 | separate substances. For by knowing ~itself, it attains to some 103 1, 88 | things by itself" - i.e. by knowing itself ~(Q[88], A[1], ad 104 1, 88 | there is a twofold way of knowing things, one by means of 105 1, 88 | habit, but as ~to the act of knowing; and hence he says, in proof 106 1, 91 | cleave to her more closely, knowing her to be fashioned ~from 107 1, 93 | separate substance, ~by knowing itself (De Causis xiii). 108 1, 93 | known, but in the manner of knowing; because what he ~knew speculatively 109 1, 102 | government) consists in knowing the ~individuals acted upon; 110 1, 104 | sees an eclipse without knowing its cause, as the Philosopher 111 1, 107 | Reply OBJ 2: As regards knowing God Himself, Whom all see 112 1, 107 | themselves, ~in the sense of knowing immediately the types of 113 1, 113 | merely for the sake of ~knowing something; and for this 114 2, 1 | attain to their last end by knowing and loving God: this is 115 2, 2 | potentiality: for it becomes knowing actually, from ~being potentially 116 2, 2 | from ~being potentially knowing; and actually virtuous, 117 2, 3 | which we are said ~to be knowing or understanding. Therefore 118 2, 3 | For instance, if a ~man, knowing the eclipse of the sun, 119 2, 3 | therefore the human intellect, knowing the essence of some created ~ 120 2, 5 | nature, as to the mode of knowing the same intelligible truth: 121 2, 5 | life the natural way of ~knowing intelligible truth is by 122 2, 5 | is not the ~happier for knowing them, but is happy for knowing 123 2, 5 | knowing them, but is happy for knowing Thee alone."~Aquin.: SMT 124 2, 5 | Sovereign Good in this life, by ~knowing and loving God, albeit imperfectly. 125 2, 5 | it, or with the sorrow of knowing that ~he will lose it. Therefore 126 2, 6 | is the end, but also in knowing it under the aspect of end, 127 2, 6 | apprehension of the end, without knowing it under the aspect of end, ~ 128 2, 6 | destroyed, because the power of knowing is not taken ~away entirely, 129 2, 9 | mind is subject without knowing it. And ~since this is done 130 2, 16 | natural ~instinct; not through knowing the relation of their members 131 2, 31 | takes much more delight in ~knowing something, by understanding 132 2, 31 | understanding it, than in knowing something by ~perceiving 133 2, 31 | much more noble and more knowing than the ~sensitive faculty. 134 2, 32 | a man takes pleasure in knowing ~that he has something good-- 135 2, 35 | but one is the means of knowing the other. Wherefore, properly ~ 136 2, 35 | contrary the reason for knowing the other. Hence one and ~ 137 2, 49 | that "when one is become knowing by habit, one is ~still 138 2, 51 | power itself ~capable of knowing all things: for thus it 139 2, 57 | as when a man lies, while knowing the truth, his words are 140 2, 64 | because one is the reason for knowing the other: ~nevertheless 141 2, 67 | identified with each thing as knowing it; and yet, even then, 142 2, 67 | has a more perfect mode of knowing its object, which is not 143 2, 74 | and this is the act of ~knowing the truth; the other is 144 2, 76 | if a man strike someone, ~knowing that it is a man (which 145 2, 77 | therefore anyone, while knowing something in general, were 146 2, 83 | precious liquid into a vessel, ~knowing that the vessel will corrupt 147 2, 109 | itself is ~sufficient for knowing certain intelligible things, 148 2, 112 | There are three ways of knowing a thing: first, by ~revelation, 149 2, 113 | was baptized without his ~knowing, and was regenerated"; which 150 2, 2 | also in ~"living," and in "knowing singulars," as plants and 151 2, 5 | holds a conclusion without knowing how it ~is proved, has not 152 2, 5 | conclusions of a science without knowing the ~others. On the other 153 2, 8 | perfectly, when we arrive at knowing the essence of ~the thing 154 2, 10 | have abandoned it after knowing it in some way. ~Therefore 155 2, 11 | second admonition, avoid: knowing that he, ~that is such an 156 2, 14 | if he cannot ~arrive at knowing the truth about a thing, 157 2, 24 | are unable to enjoy God by knowing and ~loving Him, yet by 158 2, 25 | which are the reason for ~knowing a thing are more known. 159 2, 35 | Acts 23:6) that Paul, knowing that the one part were Sadducees, 160 2, 43 | which is the last end, by ~knowing which, man is said to be 161 2, 43 | referred as to a ~last end, by knowing which, man is said to be 162 2, 43 | of Divine things (by both knowing more exalted ~mysteries 163 2, 44 | i.e. the harlot . . . "not knowing that he is drawn like a 164 2, 56 | said to be just through knowing ~something aright. Hence 165 2, 75 | wheat fetches a high price, knowing that many will come after 166 2, 80 | Christmastide], "that through knowing God visibly, we may be caught 167 2, 93 | the purpose of doing or knowing something. But all divination 168 2, 96 | forces another to swear, knowing that he will swear falsely.~ 169 2, 105 | he ~may receive without knowing from whom he has received." 170 2, 130 | or in order that man, knowing by the testimony of others' 171 2, 139 | Ye shall be as Gods, knowing good and evil." Therefore ~ 172 2, 148 | immoderate, but without knowing it to be intoxicating, and ~ 173 2, 154 | incontinent man, though knowing how wicked are the things 174 2, 161 | be as Gods," and added: "Knowing good and evil."~Aquin.: 175 2, 161 | suggestion: "You shall be as Gods knowing good and evil." Now ~the 176 2, 162 | is ~become as one of Us, knowing good and evil."~Aquin.: 177 2, 164 | applied to a thing except by ~knowing that thing. Wherefore the 178 2, 164 | previously directed by the knowing reason. Hence ~studiousness, 179 2, 165 | whose perfection consists in knowing the truth. Therefore the ~ 180 2, 165 | elements," ~etc. Again, by knowing the truth man is likened 181 2, 165 | because one takes pride in knowing the truth, according to 182 2, 165 | study for the ~purpose of knowing sensible things may be sinful 183 2, 169 | chiefly to ~the effect of knowing the principle of the things 184 2, 169 | there is no need for their knowing all possible matters ~of 185 2, 169 | mind is subjected without knowing it," as ~Augustine says ( 186 2, 169 | Divine foreknowledge as ~knowing the order of causes to effects; 187 2, 171 | he is moved, without his knowing it, ~this is not perfect 188 2, 185 | himself to the study of knowing the truth." ~Consequently 189 3, 1 | centuries very many, through not knowing God, perished in their sin. ~ 190 3, 3 | towards God, not indeed as knowing God as He is, but in ~its 191 3, 4 | by its operation, viz. by knowing and loving Him. According ~ 192 3, 7 | be called a prophet for knowing and announcing what ~is 193 3, 7 | announce what is beyond our ~knowing, this does not pertain to 194 3, 9 | is in potentiality ~to knowing intelligible things. since 195 3, 9 | high, and this manner of knowing is proportioned to ~the 196 3, 10 | as regards the mode ~of knowing, but also as regards the 197 3, 10 | regard to the other mode of knowing, the soul of ~Christ knows 198 3, 10 | depends upon the medium of knowing; as the knowledge we have 199 3, 11 | knowledge, in the manner of knowing that is natural to the human ~ 200 3, 13 | as regards the manner of knowing, for God knows (things) 201 3, 14 | men were ~kept back from knowing Him, according to Is. 53: 202 3, 15 | some time a man without knowing it; but "before He know" ( 203 3, 15 | frightened at a ~sound, not knowing what it is; and in this 204 3, 15 | we see an effect ~without knowing its cause; and thus wonder 205 3, 29 | was prevented by ~God from knowing the manner of the Divine 206 3, 30 | The angel who ~appeared, knowing hers was a human nature, 207 3, 36 | that holdeth his ~peace, knowing the proper time." Hence 208 3, 38 | baptized by John without knowing of the existence of ~the 209 3, 41 | You shall be as gods, knowing good ~and evil." This same 210 3, 46 | written (Jn. 13:1): "Jesus, knowing that His hour ~was come 211 3, 47 | manifestly. ~Therefore the Jews, knowing Christ, inflicted the Passion 212 3, 57 | so long as ye persist in knowing ~Christ according to the 213 3, 80 | sacramentally, just as if anyone not knowing ~a host to be consecrated 214 3, 81 | holy to dogs." Therefore, ~knowing Judas to be a sinner, seemingly 215 3, 84 | source: first from not ~knowing the nature of true Penance. 216 Suppl, 11| this is demanded by his knowing it as God knows ~it.~Aquin.: 217 Suppl, 39| be ordained, his master knowing and not dissenting, ~by 218 Suppl, 39| mishap slays a man ~without knowing that it is a man, is not 219 Suppl, 58| 1/2~On the contrary, By knowing his wife's sister he contracts 220 Suppl, 62| mortally if he does ~so after knowing her to be guilty of fornication.~ 221 Suppl, 66| happen that a man, before knowing carnally the ~woman he has 222 Suppl, 66| virgin and afterwards, by knowing her ~carnally, finds that 223 Suppl, 66| might ~happen that, after knowing of this, he pays her the 224 Suppl, 66| not, becomes irregular ~by knowing her carnally.~Aquin.: SMT 225 Suppl, 69| these same souls, through knowing themselves to be appointed ~ 226 Suppl, 71| men, because, ~forsooth, knowing them to be already condemned 227 Suppl, 71| solemnity. Thus, through our knowing or praising God, and through 228 Suppl, 72| a sufficient medium for knowing all ~things, and this is 229 Suppl, 72| that they grieve through knowing the woes ~of those whom 230 Suppl, 85| Jews are reproached for not knowing the time of Christ's ~coming ( 231 Suppl, 89| too, ~the intellect from knowing an effect is led to the 232 Suppl, 89| power that is capable of knowing incorporeal things can ~ 233 Suppl, 89| finite. Hence its efficacy in knowing would need to be infinitely ~ 234 Suppl, 89| intellect more perfect through knowing something ~else besides 235 Suppl, 92| even as we delight in ~knowing evil things, although the 236 Suppl, 96| who have turned back after knowing it will also be punished ~


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