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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exceeds

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | time, forasmuch as eternity exceeds time, and includes it, ~ 2 1, 12 | known at ~all, but that He exceeds every kind of knowledge; 3 1, 12 | mode ~of anything's being exceeds the mode of the knower, 4 1, 12 | which is raised up to what exceeds its nature, ~must be prepared 5 1, 18 | thus their movement hardly exceeds that of ~plants. Whereas 6 1, 23 | God is twofold; one which exceeds all proportion and faculty ~ 7 1, 23 | capable of that end which ~exceeds the faculty of human nature. 8 1, 23 | minority. ~The good that exceeds the common state of nature 9 1, 23 | consisting in the vision of God, exceeds the common state of ~nature, 10 1, 51 | body, since his own ~power exceeds all bodily power. Therefore 11 1, 53 | an angel moving himself ~exceeds beyond all proportion the 12 1, 62 | 5), ultimate beatitude exceeds both ~the angelic and the 13 1, 76 | a pentagon contains and exceeds a tetragon. Thus the ~intellectual 14 1, 76 | wherein ~the intellectual soul exceeds the sensitive soul, it takes 15 1, 76 | are in it according as it ~exceeds the entire capacity of the 16 1, 52 | body, since his own ~power exceeds all bodily power. Therefore 17 1, 54 | an angel moving himself ~exceeds beyond all proportion the 18 1, 63 | 5), ultimate beatitude exceeds both ~the angelic and the 19 1, 75 | a pentagon contains and exceeds a tetragon. Thus the ~intellectual 20 1, 75 | wherein ~the intellectual soul exceeds the sensitive soul, it takes 21 1, 75 | are in it according as it ~exceeds the entire capacity of the 22 1, 77 | of the soul ~which so far exceeds the corporeal nature that 23 1, 81 | when the power of the mover exceeds the thing movable, so that ~ 24 1, 84 | whereas in reality it ~exceeds the earth in size. Much 25 1, 89 | and is subsistent, and exceeds the ~capacity of corporeal 26 1, 104 | intelligible to ~us, and exceeds the capacity of our intellect. 27 1, 104 | infinite. But the infinite exceeds ~the finite beyond all proportion; 28 1, 111 | much greater, in that it exceeds all material multitude. 29 1, 113 | wide sense, for whatever exceeds the ~human power and experience. 30 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 1: The rational exceeds the sensitive nature, otherwise 31 2, 5 | rational. For the rational exceeds the ~sensitive nature in 32 2, 24 | passion, a movement that exceeds the ~limits of reason. Wherefore 33 2, 32 | presence of a pleasant object exceeds the ~measure of one's natural 34 2, 32 | toil and fatigue, when it exceeds our ~natural aptitude. It 35 2, 35 | action on the sense, that it exceeds the normal condition of 36 2, 43 | wherefore their defect exceeds the measure ~of fear.~Aquin.: 37 2, 51 | disposed to an end which exceeds the proportion of human 38 2, 56 | confronted with a good that exceeds its capacity, whether as 39 2, 72 | evident of the ~"boaster," who exceeds in telling untruths for 40 2, 109 | to the end. ~But no act exceeds the proportion of its active 41 2, 109 | bring about an ~effect which exceeds its active force, but only 42 2, 112 | the Divine Nature, which exceeds every other nature. And ~ 43 2, 112 | since the ~gift of grace exceeds every preparation of human 44 2, 113 | for the gift of ~grace exceeds the worthiness of the ungodly, 45 2, 113 | more than the gift of glory exceeds the worthiness of the ~just, 46 2, 114 | created nature; since it exceeds ~its knowledge and desire, 47 2, 114 | the wayfarer, even as it exceeds nature. Therefore ~with 48 2, 114 | not grace, both because it exceeds the proportion of ~nature, 49 2, 16 | coat ~is good if it neither exceeds nor falls short of its proper 50 2, 25 | another. ~But the model exceeds the copy. Therefore, out 51 2, 30 | spiritual ~effect. For no effect exceeds its cause. But spiritual 52 2, 31 | withstand anyone in public exceeds the mode of fraternal ~correction, 53 2, 36 | refutation" - or whether it exceeds the ~demands of the persons 54 2, 59 | of quantity, because 6 ~exceeds 4 by 2, while 3 exceeds 55 2, 59 | exceeds 4 by 2, while 3 exceeds 2 by 1.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 56 2, 59 | between 6 and ~4, since it exceeds the latter and is exceeded 57 2, 74 | OBJ 4: Further, the devil exceeds all in malice on account 58 2, 79 | surpasses all things and ~exceeds them in every way. Wherefore 59 2, 81 | interior desire: and when it ~exceeds this measure, so that it 60 2, 90 | magnanimity and magnificence; vice exceeds the ~mean of virtue, not 61 2, 102 | to his superior, since he exceeds in fulfilling his ~own will, 62 2, 104 | something gratis, unless he exceeds the quantity of the favor ~ 63 2, 106 | cruelty or brutality, which exceeds the measure in ~punishing: 64 2, 108 | into ~"boasting," which exceeds the truth in speech, and " 65 2, 114 | the quarrelsome man, who exceeds in giving displeasure sins 66 2, 114 | adulator or flatterer, who exceeds in giving ~pleasure. In 67 2, 116 | the end. But covetousness ~exceeds this rule, and therefore 68 2, 116 | of possessing riches, it exceeds in two ~things. For in the 69 2, 116 | For in the first place it exceeds in retaining, and in this ~ 70 2, 117 | riches, the covetous man exceeds by loving them more than ~ 71 2, 117 | giving. Wherefore he who exceeds in giving is said to be " 72 2, 117 | happens sometimes that a man exceeds in giving, and therefore 73 2, 117 | and yet at the same time exceeds in receiving. This may be 74 2, 117 | giving, wherein ~the prodigal exceeds, belongs to liberality more 75 2, 117 | wherein the covetous man exceeds. Secondly, because the ~ 76 2, 117 | Nevertheless the prodigal man exceeds in this, that he ~injures 77 2, 118 | under it, and in another way exceeds it. For if legal ~justice 78 2, 125 | source. Hence the vice which exceeds in ~daring has no contrary 79 2, 128 | agent ~strive to do what exceeds its ability. Hence it is 80 2, 128 | so far as this ~contempt exceeds the proportion to one's 81 2, 128 | that ~"when magnanimity exceeds its measure, it makes a 82 2, 129 | i) that "the more a man exceeds ~in magnanimity, the more 83 2, 132 | observe the mean, for it exceeds ~liberality in greatness. 84 2, 132 | neither falls short of nor exceeds, ~as we have also said of 85 2, 132 | expensive ones, wherein it exceeds liberality in scale." Therefore 86 2, 133 | with ~the work in that it exceeds the proportion which reason 87 2, 133 | opposed to it, whereby a man exceeds this same ~proportion, by 88 2, 133 | opposed to meanness in that it exceeds in expenditure the value ~ 89 2, 133 | species of ~its act, since it exceeds the rule of reason, whereas 90 2, 136 | 2: The pertinacious man exceeds by persisting inordinately 91 2, 139 | OBJ 2: Further, whoever exceeds a rule sins. Therefore if 92 2, 146 | only ~when a man knowingly exceeds the measure in eating, from 93 2, 146 | daintily cooked; sometimes it exceeds the measure of refreshment 94 2, 146 | as ~regards quantity, he exceeds by eating "too much."~Aquin.: 95 2, 146 | he says that the glutton exceeds in "what" he eats, or in ~" 96 2, 147 | drinking, because to wit he exceeds the ~measure in drinking: 97 2, 157 | the ~person punished, but exceeds in the mode of punishing: 98 2, 157 | offense, and which cruelty exceeds. On the other hand, cruelty ~ 99 2, 160 | by its genus, because it exceeds in aversion which is ~the 100 2, 167 | apparel" (such, namely, as exceeds his estate) "save for vainglory." ~ 101 2, 183 | thereto or use thereof, if he exceeds ~moderation in what he keeps 102 2, 186 | the religious order which exceeds others in ~poverty be more 103 2, 187 | Admonere) ~just as a holocaust exceeds a sacrifice, as Gregory 104 3, 1 | united to God in person ~exceeds the limits of the perfection 105 3, 2 | Divine Nature infinitely ~exceeds the human nature, there 106 3, 10 | Christ, since It infinitely exceeds ~it. Therefore the soul 107 3, 10 | knowledge of God infinitely exceeds the knowledge of the ~soul 108 3, 10 | Divine intellect infinitely exceeds any created light received 109 3, 10 | speaking, the Divine knowledge ~exceeds the knowledge of the soul 110 3, 10 | vision of the Divine Essence exceeds the natural power ~of any 111 3, 11 | soul is most ~perfect, and exceeds the knowledge of angels 112 3, 23 | adopt ~them. Moreover Divine exceeds human adoption, forasmuch 113 3, 46 | future condemnation, which exceeds every evil of this life, 114 3, 76 | consecrated host, that it neither exceeds it nor is exceeded by it. ~ 115 Suppl, 3 | sometimes does not ~observe, but exceeds.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[3] A[1] 116 Suppl, 21| punishment of excommunication exceeds the harm ~done, it does 117 Suppl, 25| quantity of such merits that it exceeds the entire debt of punishment 118 Suppl, 25| because in so far as ~he exceeds that estimate, he limits 119 Suppl, 62| the other as that which exceeds to that which is exceeded, 120 Suppl, 78| quantity which it neither exceeds nor fails without ~error, 121 Suppl, 93| proportion, since sixty exceeds thirty by thirty, and a ~ 122 Suppl, 93| by thirty, and a ~hundred exceeds sixty by forty; nor in geometrical


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