Thomas Aquinas quotes

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Every judgement of conscience, be it right or wrong, be it about things evil in themselves or morally indifferent, is obligatory, ...
To disparage the dictate of reason is equivalent to contemning the command of God.
Mistakes are made on two counts: an argument is either based on error or incorrectly developed.
Even if it is given that someone understands the name 'God' to signify what is said, namely, 'that than which a greater cannot be ...
Good and evil are essential differences of the act of the will. For good and evil pertain essentially to the will; just as truth a ...
The knowledge of God is the cause of things. For the knowledge of God is to all creatures what the knowledge of the artificer is t ...
Law is nothing other than a certain ordinance of reason for the common good, promulgated by the person who has the care of the com ...
Because we cannot know what God is, but only what He is not, we cannot consider how He is but only how He is not.
Love works in a circle, for the beloved moves the lover by stamping a likeness, and the lover then goes out to hold the beloved in ...
It is certain and evident to our senses, that in the world some things are in motion. Now whatever is moved is moved by another... ...
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