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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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greatness

    Part, Question
1 1, 32 | ourselves to ~acknowledge the greatness of one God, surpassing all 2 1, 42 | divine persons are equal in greatness?~(5) Whether the one divine 3 1, 42 | form or nature: such is the greatness of spiritual ~things, just 4 1, 42 | eternity, or excels in greatness, or surpasses in power."~ 5 1, 42 | just as the ~Son has the greatness of the Father, and is therefore 6 1, 42 | Father, so the Father has the greatness of the Son, and is therefore ~ 7 1, 42 | that ~they are of the same greatness and essence. Now it is clear 8 1, 42 | is equal to the Father in greatness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 9 1, 42 | equal to the Father in ~greatness. For He Himself said (Jn. 10 1, 42 | and so He is not equal in greatness to the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 42 | necessarily equal to the Father in greatness. ~For the greatness of God 12 1, 42 | Father in greatness. ~For the greatness of God is nothing but the 13 1, 42 | equal to the Father in greatness. Hence, Hilary says (De 14 1, 42 | Equality is measured by greatness. In God greatness ~signifies 15 1, 42 | measured by greatness. In God greatness ~signifies the perfection 16 1, 42 | be the ~Father's equal in greatness - that is, in perfection 17 1, 43 | and from the seat of Thy greatness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 18 1, 66 | instant, according to the greatness of His power.~Aquin.: SMT 19 1, 42 | divine persons are equal in greatness?~(5) Whether the one divine 20 1, 42 | form or nature: such is the greatness of spiritual ~things, just 21 1, 42 | eternity, or excels in greatness, or surpasses in power."~ 22 1, 42 | just as the ~Son has the greatness of the Father, and is therefore 23 1, 42 | Father, so the Father has the greatness of the Son, and is therefore ~ 24 1, 42 | that ~they are of the same greatness and essence. Now it is clear 25 1, 42 | is equal to the Father in greatness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 26 1, 42 | equal to the Father in ~greatness. For He Himself said (Jn. 27 1, 42 | and so He is not equal in greatness to the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 42 | necessarily equal to the Father in greatness. ~For the greatness of God 29 1, 42 | Father in greatness. ~For the greatness of God is nothing but the 30 1, 42 | equal to the Father in greatness. Hence, Hilary says (De 31 1, 42 | Equality is measured by greatness. In God greatness ~signifies 32 1, 42 | measured by greatness. In God greatness ~signifies the perfection 33 1, 42 | be the ~Father's equal in greatness - that is, in perfection 34 1, 43 | and from the seat of Thy greatness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 35 1, 67 | instant, according to the greatness of His power.~Aquin.: SMT 36 1, 114 | corporeal fire, "it shows its greatness in its action and ~power 37 2, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the greatness of a cause is known by its 38 2, 32 | aware of his own goodness or greatness, ~through their giving pleasure 39 2, 42 | one of two causes: to the greatness of the evil, or to the ~ 40 2, 42 | through some accident that the greatness of some evil is ~hidden; 41 2, 66 | A[1]), the comparative greatness of ~virtues can be understood 42 2, 66 | their connection ~as to greatness. Now it has been stated 43 2, 66 | stated above (A[3]), the greatness of a virtue, as to ~its 44 2, 66 | stated above (A[3]), the greatness of a virtue, as to ~its 45 2, 73 | object, so also ~does the greatness of a virtue, since both 46 2, 73 | sin is diminished by the greatness of its ~cause.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 73 | is not increased by the greatness of its cause.~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 87 | increases according to the ~greatness of the person sinned against ( 49 2, 87 | private individual), and God's greatness is ~infinite. Therefore 50 2, 105 | First, on account of the ~greatness of the sin, because a greater 51 2, 105 | Again, with regard to the greatness of a sin, four degrees may 52 2, 105 | punished according to the greatness of the sin [*Cf. Dt. 25: 53 2, 112 | to us on account ~of the greatness of its light, according 54 2, 114 | two ways: first, ~from the greatness of the work, and thus the 55 2, 114 | of the work, and thus the greatness of the work ~pertains to 56 2, 18 | that he ceases ~to seek greatness either in himself or in 57 2, 18 | does not, by pride, seek greatness either ~in himself or in 58 2, 19 | or from horror ~at the greatness of one's own sins. Therefore 59 2, 63 | dignity ~of the person, or the greatness of the injury.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 72 | greater, according ~to the greatness of the good which it takes 61 2, 76 | was conferred than on the greatness of the ~favor itself. This 62 2, 80 | than by considering the greatness of His Godhead. Therefore ~ 63 2, 80 | anything else conducive to greatness, is to man ~an occasion 64 2, 87 | both on account of the ~greatness of God Who is called upon 65 2, 110 | of his kingdom, and the ~greatness and boasting of his power." 66 2, 121 | through not perceiving the greatness of the danger; ~sometimes 67 2, 121 | the ~difficult. Hence the greatness of a virtue is measured 68 2, 126 | to combine execution with greatness of purpose. Accordingly ~ 69 2, 126 | and fall away from its greatness, by reason of the ~stress 70 2, 126 | liberality adds a certain ~greatness: this is connected with 71 2, 127 | magnanimity" ~signifies greatness of mind, and "mind" denotes 72 2, 127 | to be observed that the greatness of ~this power of resistance 73 2, 127 | Judas' companions, and the greatness of ~courage [animi magnitudinem] 74 2, 127 | magnanimity which consists in greatness of ~courage is a virtue.~ 75 2, 127 | does not disclose all his greatness, especially to the ~large 76 2, 127 | contrary to his excellence or greatness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 77 2, 127 | adornment results ~from the very greatness of a virtuous deed, through 78 2, 129 | virtuous; which honor derives greatness ~from the very fact that 79 2, 131 | and magnanimity differ as greatness and ~littleness of soul, 80 2, 131 | to great things out of greatness of soul, so the pusillanimous 81 2, 132 | it exceeds ~liberality in greatness. Now "great" and "little" 82 2, 132 | regarding himself admits of ~greatness, the magnificent man accomplishes 83 2, 132 | to each virtue: and the greatness of the thing done is ~sometimes 84 2, 132 | sometimes consequent upon the greatness of the virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 85 2, 132 | besides arising from the greatness of that same thing. ~Hence 86 2, 132 | necessary on account of the greatness of both those things, ~since 87 2, 133 | intends principally the greatness of his ~work, and secondarily 88 2, 133 | secondarily he intends the greatness of the expense, which he ~ 89 2, 135 | if not on account of the greatness of the deed which magnificence ~ 90 2, 138 | a certain excellence of greatness which ~they regard in their 91 2, 138 | perseverance, not by reason of any greatness observable in them, but 92 2, 139 | removed from it, proves the greatness of reason's power. This 93 2, 152 | seem to arise from the ~greatness of concupiscence, the result 94 2, 159 | Now the measure of a man's greatness cannot be fixed ~according 95 2, 160 | and by considering God's greatness, according ~to Job 15:13, " 96 2, 160 | aversion, ~since it brings greatness upon other sins. For unbelief, 97 2, 182 | hand, it also ~indicates greatness of virtue if a man avoid 98 2, 182 | difficulty which proves the greatness of virtue in those ~who 99 2, 184 | not rendered sinful by the greatness of the quantity, but all ~ 100 2, 184 | which is a mark of the greatness of their ~virtue, this is 101 3, 1 | but in might. Hence the greatness of His might feels no straits ~ 102 3, 1 | reason looks to the intensive greatness of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 103 3, 2 | Word of God; ~fourthly, "by greatness of honor," inasmuch as all 104 3, 5 | precious matter, but shewed the greatness of ~His skill in clay."~ 105 3, 6 | Volusianum cxxxvi): "The ~greatness of the Divine power fitted 106 3, 7 | unless he had a certain greatness of might, to which resistance ~ 107 3, 16 | absolutely, for whiteness or greatness cannot newly affect anything, ~ 108 3, 16 | changed to whiteness or greatness. But whatever is ~predicated 109 3, 19 | the manifestation of His greatness.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 110 3, 19 | since all perfection and greatness must be attributed to Christ, ~ 111 3, 36 | suspicion in regard to Christ's greatness: and so it behooved it ~ 112 3, 36 | in ~keeping with Christ's greatness: "gold, as to the great 113 3, 46 | graces, but as to their greatness; for, as He was uplifted ~ 114 3, 48 | of the Passion, and the greatness of ~the grief endured, as 115 3, 48 | of our salvation is the ~greatness of the Divine power, according 116 3, 57 | his ~robe, walking in the greatness of his strength." Also Gregory 117 3, 88 | previously pardoned. Because the greatness of the favor of the ~pardon 118 3, 88 | sins is according to the greatness of the sin pardoned, and 119 3, 88 | in consequence, is the greatness of the ingratitude whereby 120 3, 88 | favor is scorned. But the greatness of the consequent debt of 121 3, 88 | punishment ~is in accord with the greatness of the ingratitude. Therefore 122 3, 88 | measured according to the greatness ~of the sins previously 123 Suppl, 3 | faculty, and not on the ~greatness of the sin.~Aquin.: SMT 124 Suppl, 65| grave on account of the greatness of its incentive, ~yet on 125 Suppl, 79| nature; and consequently the greatness of clarity in the pupil 126 Suppl, 82| the sun on account ~of the greatness of its clarity. Therefore 127 Suppl, 88| written (Wis. 13:5): "By the greatness of the beauty and ~of the 128 Suppl, 93| of view. First from the greatness ~of the passion. Now among 129 Suppl, 93| what ~is the exceeding greatness," etc. says: "The holy doctors 130 Suppl, 93| in ~comparison with the greatness of His essential reward. 131 Suppl, 96| to throw into relief the greatness of the devil's ~sin, or


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