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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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multiplied

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | written (Osee 12:10): "I have multiplied visions, ~and I have used 2 1, 1 | that these senses ~are not multiplied because one word signifies 3 1, 7 | actual. But number can be ~multiplied to infinity. Therefore it 4 1, 7 | such things were infinitely multiplied, the carpentering work would ~ 5 1, 10 | measured. Hence it is not multiplied by their multitude, because 6 1, 13 | received and divided and ~multiplied. As therefore, to the different 7 1, 13 | also to the ~various and multiplied conceptions of our intellect, 8 1, 13 | that what is divided and multiplied in the effects ~resides 9 1, 13 | in creatures divided and multiplied, pre-exist ~in God unitedly. 10 1, 13 | divine nature cannot be multiplied as ~shown above (Q[11], 11 1, 13 | one sense. But it would be multiplied if by the name "man" we 12 1, 14 | Whatever is divided and multiplied in creatures exists in ~ 13 1, 14 | individuals be infinitely multiplied; yet, ~if we consider more 14 1, 14 | of hearts, which will be multiplied to infinity as ~rational 15 1, 15 | it be said that ideas are multiplied according to ~their relations 16 1, 15 | from eternity, if ideas are multiplied ~only according to these 17 1, 15 | relations, whereby ideas are multiplied, are caused ~not by the 18 1, 19 | Further, acts of will are multiplied in proportion to the number ~ 19 1, 28 | relations are ~infinitely multiplied, as Avicenna says. Therefore 20 1, 28 | ourselves are infinitely ~multiplied, because a man understands 21 1, 28 | understanding are ~infinitely multiplied, and consequently also the 22 1, 32 | Now the divine persons are multiplied by reason of their origin: ~ 23 1, 39 | the ~same, one cannot be multiplied apart from the other. But 24 1, 39 | the ~divine persons are multiplied, the essence nevertheless 25 1, 39 | in God the persons are multiplied, and the essence is not 26 1, 39 | and the essence is not multiplied, we ~speak of one essence 27 1, 39 | form signified not being multiplied; nevertheless it agrees ~ 28 1, 40 | are identical, if one is multiplied the others are ~multiplied. 29 1, 40 | multiplied the others are ~multiplied. But in one person there 30 1, 40 | not follow that if one is multiplied, the ~other must also be 31 1, 40 | the ~other must also be multiplied. We must, however, consider 32 1, 41 | forms of one species are not multiplied ~except in respect of matter, 33 1, 42 | cases relation would ~be multiplied indefinitely. Therefore 34 1, 44 | one, since ~whiteness is multiplied by its recipients. Therefore 35 1, 44 | And these ideas, though multiplied by their relations to things, ~ 36 1, 46 | the causes thus infinitely multiplied should ~have the order of 37 1, 47 | perfectly, and which is multiplied by reason of ~matter only; 38 1, 47 | a form in matter can be multiplied ~in number, the species 39 1, 48 | which the more they are multiplied in ~the subject the more 40 1, 48 | which, the more they are multiplied in the matter, and the more 41 1, 48 | contrary dispositions cannot be multiplied and intensified ~to infinity, 42 1, 48 | remitted, cannot ~be infinitely multiplied. But if the contrary dispositions 43 1, 48 | dispositions can be ~infinitely multiplied, the aforesaid aptitude 44 1, 50 | so much the less ~is it multiplied, as is evident in numbers. 45 1, 50 | goodness." But a ray is only multiplied according to the different 46 1, 50 | immaterial substances, are multiplied according to the number 47 1, 50 | the more ought it ~to be multiplied. But this would not be so 48 1, 50 | better for the species to be multiplied in ~the angels than for 49 1, 50 | than for individuals to be multiplied in the one species.~Aquin.: 50 1, 53 | the ~intermediate places multiplied; because every distinct 51 1, 73 | thus produced, they are multiplied and ~preserved, and this 52 1, 76 | intellectual principle is multiplied numerically ~according to 53 1, 76 | intellectual principle is multiplied according to the number ~ 54 1, 76 | intellectual principle is not multiplied ~according to the number 55 1, 76 | immaterial substance is not multiplied in number within one ~species. 56 1, 76 | Therefore, if human souls were multiplied according to the number 57 1, 76 | the souls retain their ~multiplied being.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 58 1, 76 | nature becomes ~distinct and multiplied by reason of the individuating 59 1, 76 | which make it distinct and multiplied; thus there ~will be knowledge 60 1, 39 | the ~same, one cannot be multiplied apart from the other. But 61 1, 39 | the ~divine persons are multiplied, the essence nevertheless 62 1, 39 | in God the persons are multiplied, and the essence is not 63 1, 39 | and the essence is not multiplied, we ~speak of one essence 64 1, 39 | form signified not being multiplied; nevertheless it agrees ~ 65 1, 40 | are identical, if one is multiplied the others are ~multiplied. 66 1, 40 | multiplied the others are ~multiplied. But in one person there 67 1, 40 | not follow that if one is multiplied, the ~other must also be 68 1, 40 | the ~other must also be multiplied. We must, however, consider 69 1, 41 | forms of one species are not multiplied ~except in respect of matter, 70 1, 42 | cases relation would ~be multiplied indefinitely. Therefore 71 1, 45 | one, since ~whiteness is multiplied by its recipients. Therefore 72 1, 45 | And these ideas, though multiplied by their relations to things, ~ 73 1, 47 | the causes thus infinitely multiplied should ~have the order of 74 1, 48 | perfectly, and which is multiplied by reason of ~matter only; 75 1, 48 | a form in matter can be multiplied ~in number, the species 76 1, 49 | which the more they are multiplied in ~the subject the more 77 1, 49 | which, the more they are multiplied in the matter, and the more 78 1, 49 | contrary dispositions cannot be multiplied and intensified ~to infinity, 79 1, 49 | remitted, cannot ~be infinitely multiplied. But if the contrary dispositions 80 1, 49 | dispositions can be ~infinitely multiplied, the aforesaid aptitude 81 1, 51 | so much the less ~is it multiplied, as is evident in numbers. 82 1, 51 | goodness." But a ray is only multiplied according to the different 83 1, 51 | immaterial substances, are ~multiplied according to the number 84 1, 51 | the more ought it ~to be multiplied. But this would not be so 85 1, 51 | better for the species to be multiplied in ~the angels than for 86 1, 51 | than for individuals to be multiplied in the one species.~Aquin.: 87 1, 54 | the ~intermediate places multiplied; because every distinct 88 1, 72 | thus produced, they are multiplied and ~preserved, and this 89 1, 75 | intellectual principle is multiplied numerically ~according to 90 1, 75 | intellectual principle is multiplied according to the number ~ 91 1, 75 | intellectual principle is not multiplied ~according to the number 92 1, 75 | immaterial substance is not multiplied in number within one ~species. 93 1, 75 | Therefore, if human souls were multiplied according to the number 94 1, 75 | the souls retain their ~multiplied being.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 95 1, 75 | nature becomes ~distinct and multiplied by reason of the individuating 96 1, 75 | which make it distinct and multiplied; thus there ~will be knowledge 97 1, 77 | seems that the senses are multiplied according to ~the number 98 1, 78 | separate from the body is not multiplied according to the number 99 1, 78 | 5). Therefore it is not multiplied in the many human ~bodies, 100 1, 78 | there are souls, which ~are multiplied according to the number 101 1, 81 | the visual power is not multiplied according to the ~different 102 1, 81 | the apprehensive powers multiplied, although they are on ~the 103 1, 91 | the same way as our Lord ~multiplied the five loaves. But this 104 1, 97 | Further, by generation man is multiplied. But the multiplication ~ 105 1, 97 | human race would have been multiplied by some other means, ~as 106 1, 97 | means, ~as the angels were multiplied without coition by the operation 107 1, 98 | have been ~sufficiently multiplied by the first man and woman, 108 1, 107 | in some way are already multiplied; which mode belongs to ~ 109 1, 107 | For when a definition is multiplied, the thing defined is also ~ 110 1, 107 | the thing defined is also ~multiplied. But hierarchy is order, 111 1, 111 | more intended and more ~multiplied by God. Hence, as the assistants 112 1, 112 | guardianship is universal, multiplied according to the different 113 1, 115 | whichever it is it must be multiplied according to the ~number 114 1, 118 | of ~the human form, was multiplied in itself: and in this way 115 1, 118 | it ~cannot be said to be multiplied; for multitude cannot consist 116 1, 118 | Consequently no ~matter can be multiplied save either by rarefaction 117 1, 118 | other things, as fire is multiplied ~by the addition of wood; 118 2, 1 | pertaining to the reason can be multiplied to ~infinity: thus mathematical 119 2, 3 | only, because operation is multiplied by being discontinued. ~ 120 2, 47 | If thy iniquities ~be multiplied, what shalt thou do against 121 2, 48 | friendship is continually being multiplied by time: ~wherefore the 122 2, 48 | were its cause continually multiplied.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] A[ 123 2, 51 | wherefore if the acts be multiplied a certain ~quality is formed 124 2, 52 | increases when ~its acts are multiplied.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] A[ 125 2, 54 | thing, if ~one of them be multiplied, the others are too. Now 126 2, 54 | objects. ~Therefore they are multiplied in like manner. Therefore 127 2, 73 | 8: "If thy iniquities be multiplied, what shalt thou do against 128 2, 75 | Further, if the cause is multiplied, the effect is multiplied. ~ 129 2, 75 | multiplied, the effect is multiplied. ~Now the more numerous 130 2, 75 | causes inclining to sin be multiplied, the ~sinful acts are multiplied, 131 2, 75 | multiplied, the ~sinful acts are multiplied, because they incline to 132 2, 89 | that if venial sins ~be multiplied, they destroy the beauty 133 2, 89 | so also venial sins are multiplied in a man, while ~the spiritual 134 2, 97 | And when ~such cases are multiplied, by reason of some change 135 2, 98 | Abraham's descendants had multiplied, so as to form a ~people, 136 2, 101 | imperfect, it needs to be multiplied: thus many remedies are ~ 137 2, 1 | material differences can be multiplied indefinitely, and ~therefore 138 2, 10 | unbelief: for errors can be multiplied indefinitely, as ~Augustine 139 2, 51 | the species of sin is not multiplied: thus it is the same species ~ 140 2, 145 | forty is the product of ten multiplied by four." Or "because we 141 2, 145 | things, and if this be ~multiplied by four which refers to 142 2, 162 | s ~conceptions" are not "multiplied," nor does "every man eat 143 2, 171 | written (Osee 12:10): "I have multiplied" their ~"visions, and I 144 3, 3 | nature of one species is only multiplied by ~distinct supposita. ~ 145 3, 3 | essentials by its ~form, which is multiplied according to the division 146 3, 3 | consequence is that the nature is multiplied by the multiplication of ~ 147 3, 10 | 38); ~as the infinite is multiplied by different subjects, so, 148 3, 10 | of the infinite must be multiplied, in such a way that it belongs 149 3, 17 | this being should not be multiplied in one ~hypostasis or person; 150 3, 17 | itself cannot possibly be multiplied in ~one hypostasis or person, 151 3, 18 | Further, that alone is multiplied in Christ which belongs 152 3, 31 | forty is the product of four multiplied by ~ten: while ten is the 153 3, 40 | the Holy Gospel: since ten multiplied by four amounts to ~forty." 154 3, 41 | neither did He sin when He multiplied ~the loaves, which was no 155 3, 42 | the unbelief of the Jews, multiplied by the ~faith of the nations."~ 156 3, 44 | creation: when, to wit, He multiplied the loaves. Therefore His 157 3, 44 | thence in His hands He multiplied the five loaves": ~and it 158 3, 44 | transformation that grains are ~multiplied into harvests.~ 159 3, 66 | time: because an ~action is multiplied according to the number 160 3, 73 | impossible for genera to be multiplied without the ~species being 161 3, 73 | without the ~species being multiplied: thus it is impossible for 162 3, 79 | Further, when the cause is multiplied, the effect is likewise ~ 163 3, 79 | the effect is likewise ~multiplied. If therefore this sacrament 164 3, 79 | oblation of the ~sacrifice is multiplied in several masses, and therefore 165 3, 79 | and of the sacrament is multiplied.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 166 Suppl, 9 | Although a man's shame is multiplied when he makes a ~divided 167 Suppl, 17| among the keys, nor is it ~multiplied as the power of the keys, 168 Suppl, 37| power is, the less is it multiplied. Now this sacrament ~ranks 169 Suppl, 54| however, the human race having multiplied, more persons were ~excluded 170 Suppl, 65| for the offspring to be multiplied; because it was for the ~ 171 Suppl, 71| for the damned can be so multiplied that they ~are entirely 172 Suppl, 71| fact that the goods are multiplied, wherein they rejoice with 173 Suppl, 72| in purgatory were to be multiplied, he would be wholly delivered 174 Suppl, 77| was the ~whole human race multiplied. Wherefore according to 175 Suppl, 77| quantity by being detached and multiplied.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 176 Suppl, 86| namely three and ~four, being multiplied together make twelve." Moreover 177 Suppl, 88| movement the human race is multiplied, plants and animals ~needful 178 Suppl, 93| For 30 is the product of 3 multiplied by 10. Now 3 is the ~number


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