Part, Question
1 1, 59  tendency to a place comes from gravity or ~lightness, while the
2 1, 64  this obstinacy, not in the gravity of the ~sin, but in the
3 1, 68  in spite of the natural gravity of water, it is kept in
4 1, 70  like bodies of specific ~gravity, by nature, lies in the
5 1, 60  tendency to a place comes from gravity or ~lightness, while the
6 1, 65  this obstinacy, not in the gravity of the ~sin, but in the
7 1, 69  in spite of the natural gravity of water, it is kept in
8 1, 71  like bodies of specific ~gravity, by nature, lies in the
9 2, 36  both these movements, viz. ~gravity, then gravity itself inclines
10 2, 36  movements, viz. ~gravity, then gravity itself inclines towards
11 2, 36  inclination resulting from gravity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[
12 2, 72  punishment corresponds to the gravity of the fault, according
13 2, 73  are equal?~(3) Whether the gravity of sin depends on its object?~(
14 2, 73  spiritual sins?~(6) Whether the gravity of sins depends on their
15 2, 73  Therefore it matters much to the gravity of a sin whether one ~departs
16 2, 73  Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gravity of sins varies according
17 2, 73  It would seem that the gravity of sins does not vary according
18 2, 73  their objects. Because the gravity of a sin pertains to its
19 2, 73  the sin. Therefore the ~gravity of sins does not vary according
20 2, 73  1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gravity of a sin is the intensity
21 2, 73  away from. Therefore the gravity of sins does not vary according
22 2, 73  than theft. Therefore the ~gravity of sins varies according
23 2, 73  said (Q[71], A[5]), the ~gravity of sins varies in the same
24 2, 73  consequently the difference of ~gravity in sins depends on their
25 2, 73  objects, the difference of gravity which is derived from the
26 2, 73  Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gravity of sins depends on the excellence
27 2, 73  It would seem that the gravity of sins does not vary according
28 2, 73  just as the degrees of gravity in a sin depend on the object,
29 2, 73  Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gravity of a sin depends on its
30 2, 73  It would seem that the gravity of a sin does not depend
31 2, 73  sin does not derive its gravity from ~its cause.~Aquin.:
32 2, 73  his ~sin. Therefore the gravity of a sin is diminished by
33 2, 73  grievously. Therefore the ~gravity of a sin is not increased
34 2, 73  the like), diminish the gravity of sin, even ~as they diminish
35 2, 73  such a cause diminishes the gravity of sin, as stated.~Aquin.:
36 2, 73  Because sin takes its gravity from its species. Now a
37 2, 73  accident thereof. Therefore the gravity ~of a sin is not taken from
38 2, 73  it correspond with the gravity of the sin: for instance,
39 2, 73  desire to sin; but the ~gravity of this harm is caused by
40 2, 73  harm is caused by the sole gravity of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[
41 2, 73  according to Whose ~judgment the gravity of a sin is measured. Therefore
42 2, 73  A[3]) that the primary gravity of ~a sin is derived from
43 2, 73  Therefore the greater or lesser gravity ~of a sin, in respect of
44 2, 73  excellence conduces to the gravity of their sin, ~as stated.~
45 2, 76  together have not the same gravity as one of them ~alone would
46 2, 76  resulting sin more than its own gravity implies.~Aquin.: SMT FS
47 2, 76  more, perhaps, ~than the gravity of the drunkenness implies,
48 2, 77  rather it is a sign of its gravity, in so far, to wit, ~as
49 2, 77  the sinner turns. But the gravity of a sin is measured on
50 2, 87  is infinite: because the gravity of a sin increases according
51 2, 87  not on account ~of its gravity, but by reason of the condition
52 2, 93  and the same cause: thus gravity which makes a heavy body
53 2, 100  to ~be according to the gravity of sin. For it is more grave
54 2, 102  marked with decorum and gravity; according to Ps. 34:18: "
55 2, 105  be fixed according to the gravity of ~the fault: for which
56 2, 105  not only on account of the gravity of a fault, but also for
57 2, 12  so that it contains the gravity of unbelief: while ~the
58 2, 12  God. Since, however, the ~gravity of a sin depends on the
59 2, 19  its principal malice and gravity from the fact of its ~turning
60 2, 25  is proportionate to ~the gravity of the sin one commits in
61 2, 25  earth the inclination of ~gravity is greater than in water,
62 2, 37  1/2~I answer that, The gravity of a sin can be considered
63 2, 37  understood to refer to the gravity derived from the sin's genus.
64 2, 40  is a mortal sin, and its gravity will be all the ~greater
65 2, 62  Reply OBJ 2: In weighing the gravity of a sin we must consider
66 2, 71  1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the gravity of a sin is measured by
67 2, 71  a sin is measured by the gravity of the ~defect that it causes.
68 2, 71  answer that, The essential gravity of sins committed against
69 2, 71  Para. 2/2~The accidental gravity of a sin is to be considered
70 2, 71  sin than adultery. For the gravity of adultery is ~measured,
71 2, 71  the sin turns, whereas the gravity of a sin ~depends on what
72 2, 72  Reply OBJ 1: The species and gravity of a sin depend on the end
73 2, 77  1/1~I answer that, The gravity of a sin depends on its
74 2, 77  and then it has a certain gravity, for ~which reason it demands
75 2, 92  1/1~I answer that, The gravity of a sin may be considered
76 2, 92  sovereignty. Secondly, the gravity of a sin may be considered
77 2, 108  increase or diminish their ~gravity: and in this way the division
78 2, 108  third, since the latter's gravity is diminished by the ~intention
79 2, 108  which has its own measure of gravity without addition or diminution;
80 2, 108  kinds that follow lessen the gravity of the sin of lying. For ~
81 2, 108  sin of lying diminished in gravity. Wherefore a careful consideration
82 2, 108  enumerated in ~their order of gravity: since the useful good is
83 2, 116  1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gravity of a sin is indicated by
84 2, 116  the material ~element, the gravity of the sin is to be judged
85 2, 116  kind points to the greater gravity ~of the sin. on the other
86 2, 130  only on ~account of its gravity, but also because it is
87 2, 141  companions of temperance are gravity, continence, humility, simplicity, ~
88 2, 141  friends, and ~this is called "gravity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[143]
89 2, 146  1/1~I answer that, The gravity of a sin may be measured
90 2, 146  the body. Secondly, ~the gravity of a sin depends on the
91 2, 146  gluttony has a ~certain gravity, inasmuch as certain sins
92 2, 146  not directly affect the gravity of gluttony, ~the guilt
93 2, 146  the ~conversion, while the gravity of sin is determined with
94 2, 146  surpasses the others in gravity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[
95 2, 148  1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gravity of a sin is shown by the
96 2, 148  of a sin is shown by the gravity of its ~punishment. Now
97 2, 152  nature;~(12) Of the order of gravity in the aforesaid sins.~Aquin.:
98 2, 152  1/1~I answer that, The gravity of a sin may be measured
99 2, 152  regard to some accident. ~The gravity of a sin is measured with
100 2, 152  4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Gravity of a sin depends more on
101 2, 160  aversion, pride has extreme gravity, because in other sins ~
102 2, 160  avoiding sin diminishes the gravity of ~the sin; because a man
103 2, 160  me." Hence no very great gravity attaches to the movement
104 2, 160  2/2~From this indeed the gravity of pride is made manifest.
105 2, 160  that ~which gives sin its gravity is essential to pride. Hence
106 2, 160  Hence pride is the ~cause of gravity in other sins. Accordingly
107 2, 161  that, There is a twofold gravity to be observed in sin. one ~
108 2, 161  simple fornication. The other gravity of sin results from ~some
109 2, 161  person, or time. The former gravity is more ~essential to sin
110 2, 161  grave in respect of this gravity rather than of the other.
111 2, 161  This argument considers the gravity of sin as resulting ~from
112 2, 161  that, As stated (A[3]), the gravity of a sin depends on the ~
113 2, 166  authority, has the tread of gravity, and the footprint of tranquillity: ~
114 2, 166  not incompatible with the gravity of the ~subject." Now the
115 2, 166  for occupations of greater gravity and moment."~Aquin.: SMT
116 3, 1  the latter on account of ~gravity. And hence Augustine says
117 3, 7  as there is no greater gravity than that of ~the earth,
118 3, 46  Himself; as is proved by the gravity of the punishment. Now ~
119 3, 66  guided by the specific ~gravity [spissitudine]. If, however,
120 3, 80  blasphemy. The second degree of gravity is held by those sins which ~
121 3, 84  their estimation of the gravity of sin. For they ~deemed
122 3, 88  must be ~according to the gravity of the subsequent sin.~Aquin.:
123 3, 88  possible, however, for the gravity of the subsequent sin to
124 3, 88  subsequent sin to equal ~the gravity of all previous sins. But
125 3, 88  whether ~we speak of the gravity which a sin has from its
126 3, 88  or sacrileges); or of the gravity which it ~incurs through
127 3, 88  received, or on account of the ~gravity of the offense committed
128 Suppl, 2  committed, ~its degree of gravity was already complete, and
129 Suppl, 9  by itself, and not ~the gravity which it derives from being
130 Suppl, 9  such ~matters as affect the gravity of the sin; fourthly none
131 Suppl, 28 solemnized on account of the gravity and ~publicity of the sin.
132 Suppl, 65 it is, it has a greater gravity ~than immoderate eating,
133 Suppl, 69 Even as in bodies there is gravity or levity whereby they ~
134 Suppl, 69 once to its place, by its gravity or levity, unless there ~
135 Suppl, 94 they be placed in order of gravity, so ~in reference to the
136 Suppl, 96 corresponds to ~the degree of gravity in the sin; wherefore mortal
137 Suppl, 96 mortal sins unequal in ~gravity will receive a punishment
