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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 23 | neither be increased nor diminished."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 2 1, 23 | number is increased and diminished, but not the ~number of 3 1, 41 | power of the Father is not diminished after ~begetting the Son.~ 4 1, 48 | neither ~wholly destroyed nor diminished by evil, and that is the 5 1, 48 | a kind of good which is diminished by evil, ~but is not wholly 6 1, 48 | the aforesaid ~aptitude diminished or remitted infinitely, 7 1, 48 | matter to the form of fire is diminished or remitted, cannot ~be 8 1, 48 | aptitude is also infinitely ~diminished or remitted; yet, nevertheless, 9 1, 48 | light would be infinitely diminished, ~but still it would never 10 1, 48 | where it touches act, it is diminished by evil; but where it ~touches 11 1, 48 | thing, still it may be so diminished infinitely, not "per se," 12 1, 64 | natural knowledge was not ~diminished. The second kind of knowledge, 13 1, 41 | power of the Father is not diminished after ~begetting the Son.~ 14 1, 49 | neither ~wholly destroyed nor diminished by evil, and that is the 15 1, 49 | a kind of good which is diminished by evil, ~but is not wholly 16 1, 49 | the aforesaid ~aptitude diminished or remitted infinitely, 17 1, 49 | matter to the form of fire is diminished or remitted, cannot ~be 18 1, 49 | aptitude is also infinitely ~diminished or remitted; yet, nevertheless, 19 1, 49 | light would be infinitely diminished, ~but still it would never 20 1, 49 | where it touches act, it is diminished by evil; but where it ~touches 21 1, 49 | thing, still it may be so diminished infinitely, not "per se," 22 1, 65 | natural knowledge was not diminished. The second kind of knowledge, 23 1, 96 | strength of ~the wine is diminished, till the wine becomes watery. 24 1, 114 | the active body would be diminished through its action; which 25 2, 42 | fear of a future evil is diminished by thinking about ~it beforehand. 26 2, 53 | HABITS ARE CORRUPTED OR DIMINISHED (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 27 2, 53 | corrupted?~(2) Whether it can be diminished?~(3) How are habits corrupted 28 2, 53 | are habits corrupted or diminished?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 29 2, 53 | a habit is corrupted or diminished through mere cessation from ~ 30 2, 53 | habit is not corrupted or diminished through ~mere cessation 31 2, 53 | are neither corrupted nor diminished by ~cessation from act: 32 2, 53 | Therefore ~neither are habits diminished or corrupted through cessation 33 2, 53 | appear how a habit can be ~diminished or corrupted through cessation 34 2, 53 | are ~neither destroyed nor diminished by length of time. Neither, 35 2, 53 | such habits destroyed or diminished through length of time, 36 2, 53 | other habits of virtue are ~diminished or destroyed through cessation 37 2, 53 | habits are destroyed or diminished directly ~through some contrary 38 2, 53 | proceeding from those habits, are diminished or even destroyed altogether ~ 39 2, 53 | the intellectual habit ~is diminished or even wholly destroyed 40 2, 73 | the gravity of a sin is diminished by the greatness of its ~ 41 2, 78 | greater; ~whereas it is diminished by being committed through 42 2, 85 | Whether the good of nature is diminished by sin?~(2) Whether it can 43 2, 85 | that the good of nature be diminished.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 44 2, 85 | is neither destroyed nor ~diminished by sin. The third good of 45 2, 85 | inclination to virtue, is diminished by sin. Because human ~acts 46 2, 85 | contrary must needs be ~diminished. Wherefore as sin is opposed 47 2, 85 | nature can be ~continually diminished by sin, it seems that in 48 2, 85 | good of nature, that is ~diminished by sin, is the natural inclination 49 2, 85 | nature may be continually diminished ~by sin, some, in order 50 2, 85 | of a finite thing being diminished indefinitely, without being 51 2, 85 | halved, and one half be diminished by half, it will be possible 52 2, 85 | the first way, it is not diminished ~by sin, because sin does 53 2, 85 | above (A[1]). But ~it is diminished in the second way, in so 54 2, 85 | its term. Now if it were diminished in the first ~way, it would 55 2, 85 | destroyed. Since, however, it is diminished on the part of ~the obstacle 56 2, 85 | evident ~that it can be diminished indefinitely, because obstacles 57 2, 85 | inclination or aptitude is ~diminished on the part of supervening 58 2, 85 | diversity of relation, it is diminished on the one ~hand, and not 59 2, 85 | to the good of virtue is diminished in each individual on account 60 2, 85 | is neither destroyed nor diminished by sin. There ~is again 61 2, 85 | species and order; and this is diminished by sin, as stated above ( 62 2, 85 | so they are destroyed or diminished together.~Aquin.: SMT FS 63 2, 85 | such causes be increased or diminished, the ~effect is increased 64 2, 85 | effect is increased or diminished. But equal causes of an 65 2, 88 | sin, for the sin is not ~diminished if a man commit fornication 66 2, 97 | binding ~power of the law is diminished, in so far as custom is 67 2, 105 | from passion, the sin is diminished: and the ~punishment, according 68 2, 105 | true judgment, should be diminished also; unless ~perchance 69 2, 2 | for that ~reason, lost or diminished.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[10] 70 2, 2 | measure of merit ~is not diminished.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[10] 71 2, 5 | their malice is by no means diminished by their believe.~Aquin.: 72 2, 19 | distress, thy strength shall be diminished," says: "Nothing is more ~ 73 2, 23 | charity can by no means be diminished, if we ~speak of direct 74 2, 23 | venial sin, which is always diminished by ~charity: and yet this 75 2, 25 | that friendship may be diminished or destroyed, as the ~Philosopher 76 2, 70 | OBJ 3: Further, no sin is diminished by its cause. But the sin 77 2, 70 | the sin of ~reviling is diminished if one gives vent to it 78 2, 102 | is not ~for that reason diminished, especially before God, 79 2, 108 | while the sin of lying is diminished if it be directed ~to some 80 2, 108 | the latter's gravity is diminished by the ~intention of profiting 81 2, 108 | more is the ~sin of lying diminished in gravity. Wherefore a 82 2, 146 | view the sin of gluttony is diminished rather than aggravated, 83 2, 148 | Nevertheless, ~the resulting sin is diminished, even as the character of 84 2, 148 | character of voluntariness ~is diminished. Wherefore Augustine says ( 85 2, 161 | Thirdly, the man's sin was diminished by the fact that, as ~Augustine 86 2, 186 | religious perfection is diminished by possessing something ~ 87 2, 186 | religious perfection is diminished by possessing something 88 2, 186 | religious perfection is diminished by ~possessing something 89 2, 186 | perfection of Christian life is diminished by having something in common.~ 90 3, 19 | without them would have diminished Christ's dignity more ~than 91 3, 25 | of Christ's soul hereby diminished, but rather ~increased, 92 3, 31 | without its being corrupted or diminished. But as ~Christ came to 93 3, 69 | just as ~concupiscence is diminished by Baptism, so as not to 94 3, 69 | both the aforesaid defects diminished, so that man be not overcome 95 3, 86 | they remain weakened and diminished, so as not ~to domineer 96 Suppl, 10| this world, but is so far diminished ~by the power of the keys, 97 Suppl, 10| the more is the punishment diminished.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 98 Suppl, 10| it to the priest, ~is not diminished.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 99 Suppl, 14| guilt, (for an effect is not diminished or ~taken away unless its 100 Suppl, 14| away unless its cause be diminished or taken away), the pain 101 Suppl, 15| difficulty of the work itself be diminished, other things being equal, ~ 102 Suppl, 15| equal, ~the merit is also diminished; but if the difficulty be 103 Suppl, 15| but if the difficulty be diminished on the ~part of the promptitude 104 Suppl, 30| measure of satisfaction is ~diminished. As to the remnants of sin, 105 Suppl, 70| glory of the elect is not ~diminished, neither as to the essential, 106 Suppl, 70| of the damned is nowise diminished, if ~by God's permission 107 Suppl, 71| destroyed by division, if it be ~diminished not by equal but by proportionate 108 Suppl, 71| because punishment cannot be diminished unless guilt be ~diminished, 109 Suppl, 71| diminished unless guilt be ~diminished, even as it cannot be done 110 Suppl, 71| their punishment cannot be diminished as neither can the glory ~ 111 Suppl, 71| sometimes not ~entirety, but diminished.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 112 Suppl, 71| is the joy ~of the angels diminished by the fact that they take 113 Suppl, 71| because charity is not diminished if ~its effect be divided 114 Suppl, 79| themselves ~are not increased nor diminished, yet they are subject to 115 Suppl, 81| follow that this reward is diminished whenever the body is outside 116 Suppl, 84| sinner's shame would be much diminished, ~which is unlikely. Therefore 117 Suppl, 84| s confusion will not be diminished, but on the ~contrary increased, 118 Suppl, 84| blamed. For that confusion be diminished by a cause of this kind 119 Suppl, 88| his fall, and sun and moon diminished in light." This diminishment 120 Suppl, 88| of the universe would be diminished thereby ~rather than increased.~


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