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Certainly a man consumed by hate is silenced by a bitterness too great for words; the coward is a victim of nameless fears, fears so deep and so violent that they will never have a name. These passions, and many another, stir up within a man the literally unspeakable things, things that pass beyond the boundaries of speech and so are necessarily imprisoned in the heart of their victim; his fight against them must always be a lonely battle. Ignorance of Listeners A tourist, whose rugged independence forces him to abandon the protective offices of his guide, soon discovers a quite different example of the breakdown of words.
B) He knows everything else: (1) Actual and possible things. (2) Evil. (3) Infinite thoughts of angels and men. (4) Future conditioned things. (c) The unvarying character of this knowledge. (d) Some sources of modern difficulties. 4. Man's knowledge of God: (a) Triple source of this knowledge: (1) The effects of God. (2) Revelation. (3) Direct vision of God: a. Possibility of this vision. b. Object of this vision: 1. The divine essence and all formally contained in it. 2. The perfections of creatures.
On the other hand, the principle of reason involved in these proofs is no less indisputable. It cannot be denied without the denial of all intellectual activities, without the denial of the world of reality; indeed, it cannot be denied without being affirmed. For this principle is simply that a thing is what it is, a thing cannot be and not be at the same time, it cannot be itself and something else; in other words, the principle insists that differences are not identities, that potentialities are not their actualizations, that non-being is not identical with being.