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But in the other sciences, since the method of science is not sought as an object or as a goal, it must be presupposed as an instrument serving for the acquisition of the science. And, therefore, in those sciences it would be absurd and difﬁcult to simultaneously seek science and the method of science. And it is about those [sciences], as I have said, that Aristotle spoke. But the fact that in dialectics it is not impossible to simultaneously seek both the method of science as well as science itself is true for the following reason.
19 Question 5. Do speculative science and practical science differ in their goals, in that the former stops at contemplation of truth, while the latter relates to operation—and, therefore, the former directly inquires after the cause of truth, since there simply is no science of truth without the cause, but the latter investigates the cause only insofar as it is useful for 40 Francisco Suárez: A Commentary on Aristotle’s Metaphysics operation? 21 Question 6. ”23 This is the way in which St. 30 But it was said by Aristotle just in the way we have proposed it.
52 Therefore, he denies that a man seeking this science is envied by God, both because Divinity cannot be envious and also because otherwise a man who would seek this knowledge would be unhappy. For what greater unhappiness would there be than to have God as an adversary who would begrudge his proper advantages? Moreover, it is absurd to say that wisemen, by the very fact that they are wise, are unhappy, since rather it is in wisdom that the happiness and the eminence of a man consists. In the same vein, the Philosopher himself, in the Ethics, Book 10, Chapter 7, reprehends those who say that it is necessary for us, inasmuch 30 Francisco Suárez: A Commentary on Aristotle’s Metaphysics as we are men, to enjoy human things, and inasmuch as we are mortal, mortal things.
A Commentary on Aristotle's Metaphysics: A Most Ample Index to the Metaphysics of Aristotle (Index Locupletissimus in Metaphysicam Aristotelis) by Francisco Suarez, John P. Doyle