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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | unlike according as they fall short of their cause," not merely ~ 2 1, 4 | which is less white falls short of ~that which is more white; 3 1, 12 | Thus as far as faith falls short of ~vision, it falls short 4 1, 12 | short of ~vision, it falls short of the knowledge which belongs 5 1, 13 | God, ~although they fall short of a full representation 6 1, 13 | whose form the effects fall short, although they derive some ~ 7 1, 13 | in a measure that ~falls short, so that what is divided 8 1, 13 | understands about God, it falls short of the mode of what God 9 1, 17 | the divine unity yet falls short of it. Therefore ~in all 10 1, 17 | in so far as they ~fall short of the form of the art; 11 1, 17 | false work, if it falls short of the proper operation 12 1, 17 | natural things cannot fall short of the being that belongs 13 1, 17 | their form, but may fall short of accidental or consequent 14 1, 19 | although a thing may fall ~short of any particular form, 15 1, 19 | particular form, it cannot fall short of the universal form. ~ 16 1, 20 | existence at all, but ~fall short of it; and this in them 17 1, 21 | alleviates, in punishing ~short of what is deserved.~Aquin.: 18 1, 23 | predestination can fall short of its effect.~Aquin.: SMT 19 1, 23 | tendency of nature fall short.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 20 1, 25 | OBJ 2: To sin is to fall short of a perfect action; hence 21 1, 25 | sin is to be able to fall short in action, which is repugnant 22 1, 25 | power, because they fall short of being possible; so, also, 23 1, 25 | be done, which now fall short of the nature of ~possibility, 24 1, 26 | false according as it ~falls short of the idea of true beatitude; 25 1, 27 | derived from these fall short in ~the representation of 26 1, 57 | created intellect, fall far short of ~God's eternity; hence 27 1, 58 | everything which falls short of the truth of wisdom, 28 1, 63 | the agent, can never fall short of rectitude. Were the ~ 29 1, 67 | the time required is too short to be perceived; for though 30 1, 67 | this may ~be the case in short distances, it cannot be 31 1, 72 | those whose feet are too short to life them far from the 32 1, 77 | means; and in this it falls short of more ~perfect creatures.~ 33 1, 58 | created intellect, fall far short of ~God's eternity; hence 34 1, 59 | everything which falls short of the truth of wisdom, 35 1, 64 | the agent, can never fall short of rectitude. Were the ~ 36 1, 68 | the time required is too short to be perceived; for though 37 1, 68 | this may ~be the case in short distances, it cannot be 38 1, 71 | those whose feet are too short to life them far from the 39 1, 76 | means; and in this it falls short of more ~perfect creatures.~ 40 1, 86 | a perfect act, it ~falls short in being of itself knowable, 41 1, 88 | so far as a thing ~falls short of being, so far does it 42 1, 88 | being, so far does it fall short of being knowable. But ~ 43 1, 90 | of ~necessity, man falls short of the other animals in 44 1, 92 | Therefore even what falls short of the nature of an image, 45 1, 92 | of these trinities falls short of the Divine image. ~For 46 1, 92 | cases the species falls short of ~representing the connaturality 47 1, 92 | as ~any "likeness" falls short of "image," or again, as 48 1, 93 | soul of the first man fell short of the knowledge ~regarding 49 1, 93 | connatural object fell ~short of the excellence of separate 50 1, 93 | our present state, ~fall short on account of both these 51 1, 113 | allows him to tempt for a short time, ~He orders him off 52 2, 3 | life, in as far ~as we fall short of the unity and continuity 53 2, 3 | operation so do we ~fall short of perfect happiness. Nevertheless 54 2, 5 | of a woman, living ~for a short time, is filled with many 55 2, 5 | created ~substance, falls short of the vision of the Divine 56 2, 11 | properly speaking, as falling short of the ~nature of enjoyment. 57 2, 32 | pleasure. ~But it falls short of the perfection of pleasure; 58 2, 41 | amazes him, fearing to fall short of the truth, but ~inquires 59 2, 51 | neither does one day nor a short time ~make a man blessed 60 2, 52 | however, the act falls short of the intensity of the 61 2, 53 | nature, and yet it falls short of it. And so it is that 62 2, 57 | virtue. And yet it ~falls short of being a perfect virtue, 63 2, 58 | a long, and sometimes a short "e".~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[58] 64 2, 58 | led astray. ~But they fall short of being virtues: since 65 2, 62 | 2/2~But these two fall short of the order of supernatural 66 2, 62 | subject to human power, fall short of the notion ~of virtue. 67 2, 64 | measure or by ~their falling short of it; as is clearly the 68 2, 64 | one may exceed or ~fall short of that rule. Now the measure 69 2, 67 | adhesion is firm, but ~falls short of science in so far as 70 2, 72 | exceed reason or to fall short thereof belongs to sins ~ 71 2, 73 | instance, when a man takes a short cut ~through a field, the 72 2, 89 | that time, it ~can stay a short time at least, without committing 73 2, 89 | that space of time, however short it may be. ~Therefore venial 74 2, 96 | established to endure for only a short time, but to last for all ~ 75 2, 96 | law: while human law falls short of the eternal law. Now 76 2, 101 | in so far as they fell short of the above. For they were 77 2, 109 | corrupt nature, man falls short of ~what he could do by 78 2, 109 | natural to it, so as to fall short in ~nothing; just as a sick 79 2, 109 | corrupt nature man falls short of ~this in the appetite 80 2, 112 | nature, since it is nothing short of a ~partaking of the Divine 81 2, 113 | inasmuch as we sometimes fall short of ~it and once more require 82 2, 4 | surpasses opinion but ~falls short of science," these all amount 83 2, 4 | light of reason, which falls short of the certitude of God' 84 2, 9 | those things which fall short of ~the most perfect, and 85 2, 9 | convertible terms which fall short of this, retain ~the common 86 2, 10 | and another, by falling short of the virtue. ~Secondly, 87 2, 16 | neither exceeds nor falls short of its proper measurement. ~ 88 2, 16 | there is ~excess, if we fall short of the rule, there is deficiency. 89 2, 18 | Cause of Whom they fall short infinitely and immeasurably." ~ 90 2, 26 | their sake, so as to fall short of the ~true reason for 91 2, 41 | weakness wherein they fall short ~of perfection. Yet they 92 2, 41 | perfection. Yet they do not fall short so far as to stray far from 93 2, 48 | of subjects, which falls short of ~regnative prudence, 94 2, 55 | the right of nations falls short of natural right in this 95 2, 55 | though such rights fell short of the ~simply right, as 96 2, 57 | injustice in small matters falls short of ~the perfection on an 97 2, 58 | else ~judgment would fall short either of the natural or 98 2, 60 | remain in sin even for a short time; and one is bound to 99 2, 66 | repeating them, even after a short time. And since a slight 100 2, 68 | grave personal injury, in short ~any like matter that a 101 2, 72 | But a disposition falls short of the thing ~for which 102 2, 78 | some respect ~they fall short of the perfection of that 103 2, 78 | to ~another person fall short of the perfection of justice: 104 2, 78 | justice: first, by falling ~short of the aspect of equality; 105 2, 78 | equality; secondly, by falling short of the aspect ~of due. For 106 2, 78 | Body Para. 2/3~A falling short of the just due may be considered 107 2, 79 | therefore if a man fall short of equality which is the 108 2, 81 | make ~frequent but very short prayers, rapid ejaculations, 109 2, 104 | that precedes, as falling short thereof.~Aquin.: SMT SS 110 2, 107 | with justice, while falling short from the perfect virtue 111 2, 107 | himself. Nevertheless it falls short of the proper aspect of ~ 112 2, 108 | and "irony," which falls ~short of the truth by saying something 113 2, 108 | and the lie which stops short of the truth, and ~this 114 2, 111 | guilty, not only if ~he fall short of common righteousness, 115 2, 111 | sin, but also if ~he fall short of perfect righteousness, 116 2, 112 | justice is: yet it falls short of the notion of ~justice, 117 2, 116 | nature of his love stops short of this, so ~that although 118 2, 120 | from man's heart, "and a short covering cannot ~cover both." 119 2, 124 | therefore a sin, to fall short of loving them in due ~measure. 120 2, 126 | mentioned by Aristotle fall short of the true ~notion of virtue, 121 2, 127 | difficult matter; but it ~falls short thereof, in that it confirms 122 2, 128 | but sometimes falls far short of him: but he does ~exceed 123 2, 128 | presumptuous man sometimes falls short of the magnanimous in ~reality, 124 2, 130 | vainglory does in truth fall short ~of being magnanimous, because 125 2, 131 | pusillanimity makes a man ~fall short of what is proportionate 126 2, 132 | which it neither falls short of nor exceeds, ~as we have 127 2, 132 | Yet magnificence falls short of fortitude, in that the 128 2, 133 | whereas meanness falls ~short of it. Yet nothing hinders 129 2, 134 | of the virtues, but falls short, not only of the theological 130 2, 136 | and effeminacy for falling short of it. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 131 2, 142 | though it be good, falls short of the notion of virtue. 132 2, 142 | a virtue, since it falls short of the perfection of ~virtue.~ 133 2, 142 | passion. Hence it falls short ~of the notion of virtue.~ 134 2, 145 | whether thou art a ~long or a short time in destroying thyself, 135 2, 145 | in vital spirits are of short duration, whereas ~the substance 136 2, 153 | virtue, and somewhat falls short of virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS 137 2, 153 | far as the former falls short of virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS 138 2, 161 | according as an effect ~falls short of its cause." Now every 139 2, 166 | deficient is that which ~falls short of the rule of reason. Now 140 2, 173 | resist the ~passion, it falls short of the true nature of rapture, 141 2, 178 | contemplation by snatches ~and for a short time only: wherefore Augustine 142 2, 184 | imputed to them if they fall ~short somewhat of their sanctification.~ 143 3, 2 | For what is united falls short of the unity ~of what is 144 3, 4 | irrational creature which falls short of the union with God by 145 3, 8 | although the agreement falls short as regards the ~body.~Aquin.: 146 3, 13 | rational creatures falling short of its perfection), in a 147 3, 22 | 11. But the figure ~fell short of the reality in this, 148 3, 22 | reality, but as falling far short thereof: both because the ~ 149 3, 25 | of adoration might stop short at the ~man, as a thing, 150 3, 26 | posteriority of time, no matter how short, we ask ~how it was that 151 3, 34 | of the "wayfarer," ~being short of that of the "comprehensor," 152 3, 38 | God to last only for a ~short time, for the reasons given 153 3, 44 | of ~the sun lasts but a short time, for it is soon over, 154 3, 45 | allowed them to taste for a ~short time the contemplation of 155 3, 53 | which is performed within ~a short space of time.~Aquin.: SMT 156 3, 76 | the morrow, or after a ~short time, He ceases to be under 157 3, 83 | 5] R.O. 3 Para. 10/10~In short, we may say that the consecration 158 3, 85 | such cases, he that ~falls short of the other must do whatever 159 Suppl, 41| parents, although for a short time, there is a certain 160 Suppl, 55| affinity, because they fall short of true affinity, in ~the 161 Suppl, 64| said issue lasts only a short time, wherefore it ~is forbidden 162 Suppl, 72| pain of martyrdom is of short ~duration in comparison 163 Suppl, 81| but that this time is so short as to be imperceptible; 164 Suppl, 81| of time, ~no matter how short a space we may take.~Aquin.: 165 Suppl, 81| it is ~to be done after a short time. It is in this sense 166 Suppl, 84| instantaneously, but in a very short time, the Divine power coming 167 Suppl, 84| a space of time, however short, is potentially an infinite ~ 168 Suppl, 85| not intended to indicate a short ~length of time, but to 169 Suppl, 89| mode of our intellect falls short of a perfect ~reception 170 Suppl, 96| which is committed in a short space of time is not ~punished


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