Summa Theologica Part I, Question 16. Of Truth

Since knowledge is of things that are true, after the consideration of the knowledge of God, we must inquire concerning truth. About this there are eight points of inquiry: I, Q. 16, Art. 1. Whether Truth Resides Only in the Intellect? Objection 1: It seems that truth does not reside … Read more

Summa Theologica Part I, Question 15. Of Ideas

After considering the knowledge of God, it remains to consider ideas. And about this there are three points of inquiry: I, Q. 15, Art. 1. Whether There Are Ideas? Objection 1: It seems that there are no ideas. For Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii), that God does not know things … Read more

Summa Theologica Part I, Question 11. On the Unity of God

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After the foregoing, we consider the divine unity; concerning which there are four points of inquiry: Article 1. Whether “One” Adds Anything to “Being”? Objection 1: It seems that “one” adds something to “being.” For everything is in a determinate genus by addition to being, which penetrates all genera. But … Read more