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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | appears that magnitude can be increased to infinity. ~Therefore 2 1, 23 | certain, and can neither be increased nor diminished."~Aquin.: 3 1, 23 | righteousness. For their number is increased and diminished, but not 4 1, 48 | contrary dispositions are also increased ~infinitely, as explained 5 1, 57 | knowledge of Divine things increased as time went on" (Hom. xvi 6 1, 59 | negations are not lessened nor increased directly of ~themselves; 7 1, 62 | joy of the angels ~can be increased with regard to the salvation 8 1, 62 | accidental reward, which can be increased unto judgment ~day. Hence 9 1, 49 | contrary dispositions are also increased ~infinitely, as explained 10 1, 58 | knowledge of Divine things increased as time went on" (Hom. xvi 11 1, 60 | negations are not lessened nor increased directly of ~themselves; 12 1, 63 | joy of the angels ~can be increased with regard to the salvation 13 1, 63 | accidental reward, which can be increased unto judgment ~day. Hence 14 1, 97 | rights when the human race ~increased by generation. This is against 15 2, 20 | Further, punishment is not increased, unless the fault increases: ~ 16 2, 20 | But the punishment is ~increased on account of the consequences; 17 2, 22 | since "every passion, ~when increased, alters the substance," 18 2, 33 | of being, when they are increased or even when they ~are protracted; 19 2, 35 | pain, and then the pain is increased. Because ~inward pain is 20 2, 38 | like. ~Therefore joy is increased by laughter and the other 21 2, 42 | increase of fear. Now evil is increased ~not only in its species 22 2, 45 | simply, wherefore if it be ~increased, love is increased simply. 23 2, 45 | it be ~increased, love is increased simply. But the object of 24 2, 48 | that precedes, ~anger is increased also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] 25 2, 52 | 2: Further, habit is not increased except by means of some 26 2, 52 | For when the ~cause is increased the effect is increased. 27 2, 52 | increased the effect is increased. Now acts are causes of ~ 28 2, 52 | OBJ 3: Further, like is increased by like. But any act is 29 2, 54 | perfected, forasmuch as ~it has increased in extent; because the conclusions 30 2, 59 | passion. And if this joy be increased through ~the perfection 31 2, 62 | though afterwards hope is increased by ~love. Because from the 32 2, 67 | heaven, however much it be ~increased. Therefore it seems that 33 2, 73 | gravity of a sin is not increased by the greatness of its 34 2, 73 | contrary, If the cause be increased, the effect is increased. ~ 35 2, 73 | increased, the effect is increased. ~Therefore the greater 36 2, 73 | natural for a thing to be increased by that ~which causes it." 37 2, 77 | intention. Now an effect ~is increased by the increase, not of 38 2, 78 | Now punishment is not increased except for a ~graver fault. 39 2, 85 | effects: for if such causes be increased or diminished, the ~effect 40 2, 85 | diminished, the ~effect is increased or diminished. But equal 41 2, 98 | and because concupiscence increased, since we desire a thing 42 2, 105 | houses in a town could be increased. On the other hand, ~houses 43 2, 106 | justify, because transgression increased at its advent: ~for it is 44 2, 113 | merits increase, and when increased merits ~perfection," as 45 2, 114 | when his grace has been increased, he could ~not expect any 46 2, 114 | that grace or charity is increased by every meritorious act; 47 2, 114 | merits increase, and being increased merits to be perfected." ~ 48 2, 114 | time, so ~neither is grace increased at once, but in its own 49 2, 1 | the articles of faith have increased in course of time?~Aquin.: 50 2, 1 | articles of faith have not increased in ~course of time. Because, 51 2, 1 | matters of faith has not ~increased as time went on.~Aquin.: 52 2, 1 | knowledge ~of the holy fathers increased as time went on . . . and 53 2, 10 | Acts 9:22,29) that "Saul increased much ~more in strength, 54 2, 23 | there is ~a corresponding increased ability to receive a further 55 2, 23 | the rational creature is increased by ~charity, because the 56 2, 27 | which is filled cannot be increased. But the joy, ~even of the 57 2, 27 | even of the blessed, can be increased, since one's joy is greater 58 2, 80 | friendship is safeguarded and increased by the ~practice and consideration 59 2, 80 | very fact his devotion is ~increased.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[82] A[ 60 2, 85 | to eat ~with the poor, is increased in the New Law, for our 61 3, 1 | reverencing Him, which is ~increased by the increase of knowledge 62 3, 2 | of persons might not be increased. And this is the third opinion ~ 63 3, 7 | Whether it could have been increased?~(13) How this grace stood 64 3, 7 | Divine power that grace is increased, according ~to 2 Cor. 9: 65 3, 7 | the heat of fire cannot be increased because there cannot ~be 66 3, 7 | grace of Christ cannot be increased on the part of grace. But 67 3, 7 | But neither ~can it be increased on the part of the subject, 68 3, 7 | wayfarers, their grace can be increased not merely on the part of ~ 69 3, 7 | of wisdom and grace are increased; and in ~this way Christ 70 3, 7 | and in this way Christ ~increased in wisdom and grace even 71 3, 9 | existed is strengthened and increased. Therefore, since ~Christ 72 3, 12 | the habit of knowledge is increased; the other in ~effect - 73 3, 12 | in age, since as His age ~increased He wrought greater deeds, 74 3, 12 | no knowledge in Christ increased in essence, but ~merely 75 3, 12 | Evangelist says, viz. that He increased in "knowledge and age" together.~ 76 3, 19 | than His merit would have increased it. But the glory of the 77 3, 25 | diminished, but rather ~increased, as stated above (Q[2], 78 3, 46 | For the sufferer's pain is increased by the ~sharpness and the 79 3, 57 | reverence for Him ~is thereby increased, since we no longer deem 80 3, 79 | given so as grace may be ~increased, because spiritual growth 81 3, 79 | really received, grace is increased, and the spiritual life 82 3, 79 | Confirmation, in which ~grace is increased and perfected for resisting 83 3, 79 | of this sacrament is not increased, since there is only one ~ 84 3, 80 | of the Christian people increased, in which there are old, 85 3, 81 | although grace was ~not increased in Christ through His receiving 86 3, 83 | penances may be lessened or increased. But it must be observed 87 Suppl, 2 | his punishment would be increased: and the same applies to 88 Suppl, 3 | according as every operation is increased by the delight which it 89 Suppl, 3 | great, for when this is increased the aforesaid displeasure 90 Suppl, 3 | aforesaid displeasure is ~increased also. But, as regards the 91 Suppl, 18| receives Baptism, his grace is increased, ~and he is entirely absolved 92 Suppl, 18| of Christ, his grace is increased and the ~temporal punishment 93 Suppl, 18| a second time, grace is increased, and the ~greater the grace 94 Suppl, 42| concupiscence is insatiable, and is increased by congenial actions." ~ 95 Suppl, 69| the joy of each one being increased by the ~common joy.~Aquin.: 96 Suppl, 69| punishments of the damned are increased. ~Therefore they do not 97 Suppl, 71| glory ~of the saints be increased as to the essential reward.~ 98 Suppl, 71| follow, that if our joys be increased their joy is also ~increased 99 Suppl, 71| increased their joy is also ~increased formally, but only materially, 100 Suppl, 71| because every passion is ~increased formally in respect of the 101 Suppl, 71| many, in fact rather is it increased; and in ~like manner joy 102 Suppl, 79| considered in themselves ~are not increased nor diminished, yet they 103 Suppl, 80| nature in human ~bodies were increased (thus human bodies would 104 Suppl, 81| subtlety of the ~medium is increased by so much is the length 105 Suppl, 84| of ingratitude, which is increased through the fact that a 106 Suppl, 84| diminished, but on the ~contrary increased, through his seeing the 107 Suppl, 86| good ~angels will have an increased joy in the salvation of 108 Suppl, 88| heavenly bodies will be increased at this ~renewal?~Aquin.: 109 Suppl, 88| heavenly bodies will not ~be increased at this renewal. For this 110 Suppl, 88| their light will not be increased, so it seems, when man is ~ 111 Suppl, 88| their brightness will not be increased.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 112 Suppl, 88| sinning, it will not really be increased at man's glorification, 113 Suppl, 88| light of the moon will be increased in very truth, there will 114 Suppl, 88| diminished thereby ~rather than increased.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 115 Suppl, 89| the intellect is greatly increased by ~understanding Him. Therefore 116 Suppl, 89| would need to be infinitely ~increased by reason of that vision 117 Suppl, 90| things. Wherefore joy is increased ~in extent, through referring 118 Suppl, 93| this ~concupiscence is increased by their esteeming the pleasure 119 Suppl, 93| the very act the will is ~increased. In like manner since in 120 Suppl, 93| Christ's reward was never increased. Now Christ had no aureole ~ 121 Suppl, 95| the joy of the blessed is increased by an increase in their ~ 122 Suppl, 95| of the blessed angels is increased, and some to damnation,


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