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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | higher creatures are, the nearer they approach to ~the divine 2 1, 10 | thing than time, and is ~nearer to eternity. But time is 3 1, 10 | all the more simple the nearer it is to the ~first. Wherefore 4 1, 29 | indirectly; ~and these come nearer to the truth. ~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 33 | thing generated; and the ~nearer it is to the form of the 6 1, 33 | is the more ~perfect the nearer we approach to the true 7 1, 37 | effect; and these approach nearer to the truth.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 40 | prior a distinction is, the nearer it approaches ~to unity; 9 1, 55 | nature, ~because they are nearer to and more like unto the 10 1, 65 | be corruptible. And the nearer a creature ~approaches God, 11 1, 76 | it by means of ~something nearer.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 12 1, 77 | of all, so that which is nearer ~to the first is, in a way, 13 1, 37 | effect; and these approach nearer ~to the truth.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 40 | prior a distinction is, the nearer it approaches ~to unity; 15 1, 56 | nature, ~because they are nearer to and more like unto the 16 1, 66 | be corruptible. And the nearer a creature ~approaches God, 17 1, 75 | it by means of ~something nearer.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 18 1, 76 | of all, so that which is nearer ~to the first is, in a way, 19 1, 77 | its own vision, as being nearer to it, ~than the color; 20 1, 85 | the senses, as it is then nearer to the spiritual world, ~ 21 1, 87 | objects ~received, so much the nearer do we come to the point 22 1, 92 | distinct a likeness is, the nearer it ~approaches to the nature 23 1, 92 | creatures nothing ~comes nearer to Him." It is clear, therefore, 24 1, 92 | of all creatures none are nearer." Wherefore this does not 25 1, 103 | OBJ 2: Further, a thing is nearer to itself than to another. 26 1, 103 | middle cause is higher and nearer to the first cause.~Aquin.: 27 1, 104 | the more, as it approaches nearer ~to the First and Universal 28 1, 105 | knowledge bestowed on it by one nearer to God, so as to lead its ~ 29 1, 105 | that ~those who are the nearer to God are the more sublime 30 1, 105 | sometimes those who are the nearer to God in sanctity, are 31 1, 107 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the nearer an order is to God, the 32 1, 107 | nearest to God; for nothing is nearer to the ~sitter than the 33 1, 108 | accordingly as they are the nearer to ~God. For those creatures, 34 1, 108 | which are more perfect and nearer to God, have ~the power 35 1, 111 | Further, every holy angel is nearer to God than Satan is. Yet ~ 36 1, 111 | Platonists, who said that the ~nearer things are to the one first 37 1, 111 | they are in ~number; as the nearer a number is to unity, the 38 2, 4 | more Godlike, ~approaches nearer than that of action to the 39 2, 22 | principle; to which the nearer a thing approaches, the 40 2, 22 | supreme degree, to which ~the nearer a thing approaches the more 41 2, 24 | the ~sensitive appetite is nearer than the outward members 42 2, 25 | 1/1~On the contrary, The nearer a thing is to the first, 43 2, 25 | precedes others. But hope is nearer to love, which is the first 44 2, 63 | Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 1), and is nearer the ~truth.~Aquin.: SMT 45 2, 66 | according as it approaches ~nearer to the reason. Consequently 46 2, 66 | happiness, so that wisdom is ~nearer than prudence to happiness.~ 47 2, 66 | fact that it approaches nearer than another to ~that object; 48 2, 81 | of the first parent or of nearer ancestors are ~transmitted 49 2, 81 | the first parent ~or of nearer ancestors, are transmitted 50 2, 81 | Therefore the guilt of nearer ancestors is also ~transmitted 51 2, 81 | we were likewise in our nearer ancestors, as in ~principles 52 2, 81 | origin, the ~sins of their nearer ancestors, even as they 53 2, 81 | But the merits ~of the nearer ancestors are not transmitted 54 2, 81 | impossible for the sins of the nearer ancestors, ~or even any 55 2, 81 | But the actual sins of our nearer ~ancestors are not transmissible, 56 2, 82 | be greater or less, and nearer ~to, or further from a vital 57 2, 106 | since nothing can approach nearer to the last end than that 58 2, 106 | of the New Law, since the nearer a thing is to the last end 59 2, 107 | one part of a movement is nearer to the term than ~another 60 2, 1 | time went on . . . and the nearer they ~were to Our Savior' 61 2, 1 | whether before or after, the ~nearer it is to the time of his 62 2, 2 | above (Q[1], A[7]), the nearer they were to Christ, the 63 2, 5 | its means they approached nearer to God, and had manifest ~ 64 2, 14 | Now spiritual vices are nearer the mind than carnal vices ~ 65 2, 25 | though a better neighbor is nearer to God, yet ~because he 66 2, 25 | Now a man's own body is nearer to his ~soul than his neighbor. 67 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 2: Our body is nearer to our soul than our neighbor, 68 2, 25 | related to God; some are ~nearer to Him, by reason of their 69 2, 25 | charity regards ~those who are nearer to us before those who are 70 2, 25 | greater good to one who is nearer ~to God; for though the 71 2, 25 | Thirdly, because children are nearer to their parents, as being 72 2, 25 | all." Therefore he who is nearer God will be loved more, 73 2, 25 | love more and reckon to be nearer to himself ~those who are 74 2, 25 | to himself ~those who are nearer to God. For then one man 75 2, 26 | knowable ~first which are nearer to our senses, and the last 76 2, 27 | possible for us to approach nearer to God by grace, as was 77 2, 27 | term, some will ~approach nearer to God than others. Hence 78 2, 42 | neighbor" that those who are nearer to us are to be loved more.~ 79 2, 45 | since this act approaches nearer to the end of the practical 80 2, 79 | to that end; so that the nearer it is to the end the better ~ 81 2, 79 | And religion approaches ~nearer to God than the other moral 82 2, 92 | superior nature, as being nearer to God. But this ~is unreasonable. 83 2, 93 | save that ~it approaches nearer to the common kind of sortilege, 84 2, 107 | that the virtue's mean is nearer to the ~one extreme than 85 2, 107 | other: thus fortitude is nearer to daring than to ~timidity. 86 2, 107 | the mean of truth is not nearer to one extreme than to the ~ 87 2, 153 | inflame the ~concupiscence are nearer to hand for some people 88 2, 172 | things, for it approaches nearer to the heavenly ~vision 89 2, 172 | mind to have approached nearer to the cause of the revelation. ~ 90 2, 172 | it is evident that the nearer ~men were to Christ, whether 91 3, 6 | would rather seem to be nearer the hypostasis than ~the 92 3, 6 | specific form, would be nearer the human nature. But ~because 93 3, 6 | the human nature is, the ~nearer it is to the hypostasis 94 3, 6 | Word. And hence the soul is nearer ~the Word of God than the 95 3, 7 | the Word ~of God. For the nearer any recipient is to an inflowing 96 3, 7 | said above (A[1]) that the nearer a recipient is to the ~inflowing 97 3, 8 | is the Head, since He is nearer God, and shares His ~gifts 98 3, 22 | before the Law. But the ~nearer the sacraments were to Christ, 99 3, 26 | all men, and approached ~nearer to God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 100 3, 27 | that, In every genus, the nearer a thing is to the principle, ~ 101 3, 27 | iv) that angels, being nearer to God, have a ~greater 102 3, 35 | order that man might come nearer ~to the Divine Light, according 103 3, 42 | worshiping one ~God, were nearer to God, and that it should 104 3, 61 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the nearer a thing approaches to that 105 3, 61 | sacraments of the Old Law were nearer ~than those that preceded 106 3, 65 | Further, that which is nearer the last end comes after 107 Suppl, 3 | higher powers. ~Wherefore the nearer the operation of the higher 108 Suppl, 14| good ~deeds. Now he that is nearer to God receives more of 109 Suppl, 36| knowledge that a man approaches nearer to God and receives more 110 Suppl, 37| Order of acolytes approaches nearer to the priestly ~act by 111 Suppl, 40| Further, the priest is nearer than the episcopal Order 112 Suppl, 54| same father. Hence ~the nearer a person is to the common 113 Suppl, 54| although he be not in a nearer ~degree. In this way a man' 114 Suppl, 54| whereas the uncle cannot be nearer than ~the second degree, 115 Suppl, 65| sin ~according as it comes nearer to the nature of sin. Hence 116 Suppl, 73| because ~Christ's humanity is nearer to His Godhead, Whose power 117 Suppl, 74| others will be so much ~nearer Christ's resurrection, according 118 Suppl, 76| other opinion, which seems nearer the truth, is Avicenna's, ~ 119 Suppl, 79| the sensitive powers are nearer to the soul than the body 120 Suppl, 81| in the ~negation may be nearer to or more remote from affirmation, 121 Suppl, 86| Which of these opinions is nearer the truth we cannot know 122 Suppl, 90| judgment than before. For the nearer a thing approaches ~to the


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