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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 43 | continuous, since charity ever increases or decreases; and thus ~ 2 1, 62 | can merit. Now, as merit ~increases, the reward of beatitude 3 1, 62 | the reward of beatitude increases. Therefore the beatified ~ 4 1, 43 | continuous, since charity ever increases or decreases; and thus ~ 5 1, 63 | can merit. Now, as merit ~increases, the reward of beatitude 6 1, 63 | the reward of beatitude increases. Therefore the beatified ~ 7 1, 114 | is that the more a body increases in quantity, the ~heavier 8 1, 118 | rarefied, so that their ~matter increases in dimensions; or in respect 9 2, 4 | been resumed, Happiness increases not in ~intensity, but in 10 2, 18 | every circumstance that increases malice, has ~a special defect. 11 2, 18 | every circumstance that increases goodness, ~seems to add 12 2, 20 | increased, unless the fault increases: ~wherefore it is written ( 13 2, 22 | defect, which ~afterwards increases as it goes on. Now passion 14 2, 24 | 3) Whether every passion increases or decreases the goodness 15 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Whether passion increases or decreases the goodness 16 2, 24 | thus a passion of the soul increases the goodness ~of an action.~ 17 2, 27 | Reply OBJ 3: Hope causes or increases love; both by reason of 18 2, 32 | continued action of an agent increases its effect: ~thus the longer 19 2, 33 | desired; but this expansion increases at the ~presence of the 20 2, 37 | sorrow, far from destroying, increases the ~power of learning.~ 21 2, 37 | instead of taking away, increases ~the faculty of learning.~ 22 2, 38 | of that which saddens us increases sorrow, ~just as the image 23 2, 38 | other. Now every like thing increases its like. ~Therefore joy 24 2, 38 | the sympathizing ~friend increases the sorrow of the friend 25 2, 40 | caused by everything that increases a man's power; e.g. riches, 26 2, 40 | hope is chiefly ~whatever increases one's power. But youth and 27 2, 42 | Consequently whatever increases a man's power, is of a nature 28 2, 42 | therefore, ~experience increases a man's power of action, 29 2, 42 | action, therefore, as it increases ~hope, so does it diminish 30 2, 44 | parts, ~the inward heat increases, especially in the inferior 31 2, 44 | attention. ~If, however, fear increases so much as to disturb the 32 2, 48 | the case of thirst which ~increases the pleasure of drink. Now 33 2, 48 | his love; so that ~anger increases the fervor of love and makes 34 2, 48 | wherefore the friendship increases: and the same would apply 35 2, 48 | one another. But this also increases anger: for the ~Philosopher 36 2, 48 | Therefore the same cause increases anger, and facilitates ~ 37 2, 48 | on the same grounds as it increases ~anger. For when a man who 38 2, 52 | addition?~(3) Whether each act increases the habit?~Aquin.: SMT FS 39 2, 52 | Faith is a habit, and yet it increases: wherefore the ~disciples 40 2, 52 | Para. 1/1~Whether habits increases by addition?~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 52 | previously (thus we may say cold ~increases in a man who, after being 42 2, 52 | by addition. For movement increases by an addition either to 43 2, 52 | of the term. Yet movement increases ~the intensity as to participation 44 2, 52 | specific habit of ~science increases in that man. Yet a man's 45 2, 52 | man. Yet a man's science increases, as to the ~subject's participation 46 2, 52 | Reply OBJ 2: The cause that increases a habit, always effects 47 2, 52 | Para. 1/1~Whether every act increases its habit?~Aquin.: SMT FS 48 2, 52 | would seem that every act increases its habit. For when the ~ 49 2, 52 | A[2]). Therefore a habit increases when ~its acts are multiplied.~ 50 2, 52 | proceeds. Therefore every act increases the habit.~Aquin.: SMT FS 51 2, 52 | it is not ~every act that increases a habit.~Aquin.: SMT FS 52 2, 52 | it, every such act either increases the habit or ~disposes to 53 2, 52 | morsel of ~food actually increases the animal's size as neither 54 2, 64 | consist in a mean, but ~increases the more we approach to 55 2, 76 | does not diminish ~sin, but increases it: for the Philosopher 56 2, 76 | neither diminishes nor ~increases the sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 57 2, 77 | does not diminish sin, but increases ~it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] 58 2, 77 | sin. Now a good passion increases merit: for a ~man seems 59 2, 77 | Therefore an evil passion also increases rather than ~diminishes 60 2, 77 | not diminish a sin, but ~increases it; or rather it is a sign 61 2, 77 | the judgment of reason ~increases merit; but if it precede, 62 2, 87 | because the gravity of a sin increases according to the ~greatness 63 2, 88 | that the lust of sinning increases, and the sinner ~fixes his 64 2, 89 | but, ~on the contrary, increases it, as stated above (Q[73], 65 2, 102 | love for their children increases as they become used to ~ 66 2, 114 | charity lessens rather than ~increases the labor, because as Augustine 67 2, 2 | in opposition to faith increases the merit of faith whether 68 2, 2 | in outward persecution, increases the merit of faith, ~in 69 2, 13 | light, goeth forwards and increases even ~to perfect day." Now, 70 2, 18 | fear decreases when charity increases?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 71 2, 18 | fear decreases when charity increases. For ~Augustine says (In 72 2, 18 | ix): "The more charity ~increases, the more fear decreases."~ 73 2, 18 | fear decreases when hope increases. But charity ~increases 74 2, 18 | increases. But charity ~increases when hope increases, as 75 2, 18 | charity ~increases when hope increases, as stated above (Q[17], 76 2, 18 | fear decreases when charity increases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 77 2, 18 | separation decreases when union increases. Therefore fear decreases 78 2, 18 | when ~the love of charity increases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 79 2, 18 | needs increase when charity increases, even as an ~effect increases 80 2, 18 | increases, even as an ~effect increases with the increase of its 81 2, 18 | fear decreases as charity ~increases, chiefly as regards its 82 2, 18 | that decreases when hope ~increases; but with the increase of 83 2, 18 | of the latter filial fear increases, ~because the more certainly 84 2, 18 | regard to filial fear, as it increases with the increase of charity, ~ 85 2, 20 | does not diminish, ~but increases sin. To sin, however, with 86 2, 23 | natural gifts?~(4) Whether it increases in the person who has it?~( 87 2, 23 | who has it?~(5) Whether it increases by addition?~(6) Whether 88 2, 23 | addition?~(6) Whether it increases by every act?~(7) Whether 89 2, 23 | every act?~(7) Whether it increases indefinitely?~(8) Whether 90 2, 23 | cannot increase. For nothing increases ~save what has quantity. 91 2, 23 | virtual quantity of charity increases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 92 2, 23 | fervent love. Hence charity increases essentially, not by beginning 93 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~Whether charity increases by addition?~Aquin.: SMT 94 2, 23 | would seem that charity increases by addition. For just as ~ 95 2, 23 | in the ~light." Now light increases in the air by addition; 96 2, 23 | thus the light in a ~house increases when another candle is lit. 97 2, 23 | Therefore charity also ~increases in the soul by addition.~ 98 2, 23 | Therefore also, when He ~increases charity, He puts something 99 2, 23 | before. ~Therefore charity increases by addition.~Aquin.: SMT 100 2, 23 | the science of geometry increases in one who acquires ~knowledge 101 2, 23 | 4/4~Accordingly charity increases only by its subject partaking 102 2, 23 | subject. Therefore charity ~increases by being intensified in 103 2, 23 | objects, and ~accordingly it increases by addition, when a man 104 2, 23 | hence it follows that ~it increases solely by being intensified.~ 105 2, 23 | is what God does when He increases charity, that is He makes ~ 106 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~Whether charity increases through every act of charity?~ 107 2, 23 | would seem that charity increases through every act of ~charity. 108 2, 23 | God. Therefore charity ~increases through every act of charity.~ 109 2, 23 | charity, and then his charity increases ~actually.~Aquin.: SMT SS 110 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~Whether charity increases indefinitely?~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 23 | because whenever charity increases, there is ~a corresponding 112 2, 23 | contraries. ~Since then charity increases, as stated above (A[4]), 113 2, 23 | 2/6~Since, however, it increases in that quantity which it 114 2, 25 | that ~the affection of love increases in proportion to the nearness 115 2, 33 | when ~a continued thought increases the incentive to sin, as 116 2, 56 | magnanimity is added to justice it increases the ~latter's goodness; 117 2, 86 | strengthens the will and increases devotion. Hence the argument 118 2, 102 | own desire; but that "it increases in ~disagreeable or difficult 119 2, 148 | not excuse another, but increases it. Now ~drunkenness is 120 2, 149 | one ~consent to them this increases the force of concupiscence 121 2, 153 | strength of ~concupiscence increases it. on the other hand, weakness 122 2, 153 | by reason of its ~cause, increases merit, whereas strength 123 2, 154 | eagerness of the will, which increases a sin, is ~greater in the 124 2, 184 | which by frequent repetition increases concupiscence, as ~also 125 2, 186 | the love of riches, which ~increases with the possession of wealth; 126 2, 186 | possession of ~much wealth increases the weight of care, which 127 3, 2 | nobler does not lessen but increases its virtue and worth; just 128 3, 7 | fire, no matter how much it increases, can ~never equal the sun' 129 3, 7 | no matter how much ~it increases, can never equal the grace 130 3, 72 | bestowed in Baptism, but increases what was ~already there. 131 3, 79 | consequence, inasmuch as it ~increases charity, because, as Augustine 132 3, 90 | in man's ~purpose, and it increases grace, according as it is 133 Suppl, 3 | not contrary to it), but increases it, ~according as every 134 Suppl, 15| diminish the merit, ~but increases it; and, in like manner, 135 Suppl, 15| efficacy of satisfaction, but increases it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[15] 136 Suppl, 55| does not ~diminish sin but increases it": nor can it in any way 137 Suppl, 71| of the saints in heaven ~increases on account of the good works 138 Suppl, 71| and in ~like manner joy increases through being shared by 139 Suppl, 79| approach to a term: thus light increases. ~Consequently impassibility 140 Suppl, 94| own punishment, for this increases ~their punishment. But nothing 141 Suppl, 95| in this life, when envy increases. ~Nevertheless they will 142 Appen1, 1| fault does not lessen but increases the pain of ~punishment: 143 Appen1, 2| increase unless the sin increases. Now sin cannot increase


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