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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intensity

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | their cause," not merely ~in intensity and remission, as that which 2 1, 20 | argument is based on the intensity of love on the part ~of 3 1, 42 | great heat on account of its intensity and ~perfection. And so 4 1, 43 | them ~subsequently, not by "intensity" of grace, but by the further 5 1, 48 | taken as contrary to its intensity. For this ~kind of aptitude 6 1, 48 | of aptitude receives its intensity by the dispositions whereby 7 1, 49 | Reply OBJ 3: Increase in intensity is in proportion to the 8 1, 50 | they are ~caused by the intensity or remissness of one form, 9 1, 60 | before God, and with greater intensity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 10 1, 42 | great heat on account of its intensity and ~perfection. And so 11 1, 43 | them ~subsequently, not by "intensity" of grace, but by the further 12 1, 49 | taken as contrary to its intensity. For this ~kind of aptitude 13 1, 49 | of aptitude receives its intensity by the dispositions whereby 14 1, 50 | Reply OBJ 3: Increase in intensity is in proportion to the 15 1, 51 | they are ~caused by the intensity or remissness of one form, 16 1, 61 | before God, and with greater intensity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 17 1, 83 | whiteness may be of great intensity in one, and of a less ~intensity 18 1, 83 | intensity in one, and of a less ~intensity in another: in one we find 19 1, 92 | nature does not admit of ~intensity or remissness; for it is 20 1, 94 | the will is caused by ~the intensity of charity. Yet it may happen 21 1, 97 | quoted, which do not exclude intensity ~of pleasure from the state 22 1, 106 | of what is ~said, or the intensity of the affection, according 23 2, 4 | Happiness increases not in ~intensity, but in extent.~Aquin.: 24 2, 19 | the other, taken ~from the intensity of the act, according as 25 2, 19 | according to their respective intensity, then the intensity of the ~ 26 2, 19 | respective intensity, then the intensity of the ~intention redounds 27 2, 19 | does not will with as much intensity to take medicine as he ~ 28 2, 19 | observe, however, that the intensity of the interior or exterior ~ 29 2, 19 | merit ~is measured by the intensity of the act, as we shall 30 2, 20 | worse. Thirdly, in point of ~intensity: for these are certain external 31 2, 22 | relating to perfection, intensity is in proportion to the 32 2, 22 | intense ~it is. Thus the intensity of a thing possessed of 33 2, 22 | that relate to defect, intensity depends, not on approach 34 2, 22 | something or be overcome by the ~intensity of the object: on the other 35 2, 22 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Intensity of passion depends not only 36 2, 24 | appetite, is a sign of the intensity of the will, and so ~indicates 37 2, 28 | take it, arises from the intensity ~of love. For it is evident 38 2, 33 | we understand the mere ~intensity of the emotion, that excludes 39 2, 35 | conduces to rapidity and ~intensity of movement: for "hot water 40 2, 37 | vii, 14. But desire causes intensity of action. Therefore sorrow 41 2, 46 | the thing desired, and the intensity of the desire. As to the 42 2, 46 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~As to the intensity of the desire, anger excludes 43 2, 50 | differ in bodies ~by way of intensity and remissness. For when 44 2, 50 | disposition would be a certain intensity of passion or ~passion-like 45 2, 50 | passion-like quality, and habit an intensity or disposition. But ~Simplicius 46 2, 50 | disapproves of this, for such intensity and remissness do not ~imply 47 2, 51 | they ~happen to increase by intensity. But a habit is caused by 48 2, 52 | philosophers ~concerning intensity and remission of habits 49 2, 52 | subject, cannot ~vary in intensity and remission: wherefore 50 2, 52 | 17), that in two ~ways intensity and remission may be observed 51 2, 52 | forms which ~are capable of intensity and remissness, happen in 52 2, 52 | movement increases ~the intensity as to participation in its 53 2, 52 | participation thereof, in intensity, in so far as one man is ~ 54 2, 52 | susceptible of increase save in intensity ~on the part of the subject 55 2, 52 | things. ~Secondly, by mere intensity, without any addition at 56 2, 52 | not ~in proportion to the intensity of the habit. Accordingly, 57 2, 52 | habit. Accordingly, if the ~intensity of the act correspond in 58 2, 52 | correspond in proportion to the intensity of the ~habit, or even surpass 59 2, 52 | the act falls short of the intensity of the habit, ~such an act 60 2, 66 | we were treating of the intensity of habits, virtue may be 61 2, 67 | growth, and whiteness by intensity. Now charity is love, the ~ 62 2, 73 | gravity of a sin is the intensity of its malice. Now ~sin 63 2, 77 | makes ~it tend with greater intensity to the sinful act. Therefore 64 2, 77 | to wit, ~as it shows the intensity of the will towards the 65 2, 112 | there may be diversity of intensity and remissness, ~both in 66 2, 23 | excellence, but ~also on the intensity of the act, namely whether 67 2, 23 | extreme, as regards the intensity of the act.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 23 | accidental forms, by way of intensity in its subject, for instance 69 2, 23 | that which ~diminishes the intensity of the free-will conduces 70 2, 23 | obstacle on the part of the intensity of the free-will's ~movement.~ 71 2, 25 | it takes the mode of its intensity: thus movement has ~its 72 2, 25 | which it tends, while the intensity of its ~speed arises from 73 2, 25 | from its object, but its ~intensity is due to the lover.~Aquin.: 74 2, 25 | 5~On the other hand, the intensity of love is measured with 75 2, 25 | reasons for loving them. ~Now intensity of love arises from the 76 2, 25 | another, or according to the intensity of love itself. In the first 77 2, 25 | better neighbors, because the intensity ~of the act of love arises 78 2, 151 | both on account of the ~intensity of the pleasure, and because 79 2, 171 | removed from the senses, the intensity of its application ~leads 80 2, 182 | God. Secondly, as to ~the intensity of love, which is shown 81 3, 7 | condition - whether as regards intensity, by reason of grace being ~ 82 3, 88 | either on account of the ~intensity of his scorn for the favor 83 3, 89 | according to the ~degree of intensity or remissness in the movement 84 3, 89 | or lesser grace. Now the intensity of the ~penitent's movement 85 Suppl, 3 | contrary, the less ~its intensity. But the sorrow of contrition 86 Suppl, 3 | arise a passion of such intensity and of such ~a kind as the 87 Suppl, 3 | find an actually distinct intensity in respect of each ~individual 88 Suppl, 4 | in it, either as to its intensity, or as to its ~duration, 89 Suppl, 4 | excess and defect, both in ~intensity and in duration. Wherefore, 90 Suppl, 5 | 1/1~I answer that, The intensity of contrition may be regarded 91 Suppl, 5 | contrition is finite in its ~intensity, even as the punishment 92 Suppl, 14| nevertheless finite in intensity. Now anything finite is 93 Suppl, 41| mind is withheld by the intensity of ~pleasure. For this reason 94 Suppl, 41| the order of reason. The ~intensity of pleasure in the marriage 95 Suppl, 49| the passion's quantitative intensity, but to its proportion to 96 Suppl, 54| ways, in one ~way through intensity of the quality itself, in 97 Suppl, 54| from the point of view of intensity a ~man's father is more 98 Suppl, 71| punishment of hell is finite in intensity ~although infinite in duration) 99 Suppl, 72| because the heat will gain in intensity what it loses in shortness 100 Suppl, 79| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The intensity of light does not hinder 101 Suppl, 90| happiness will increase in intensity [*Cf. FS, Q[4], A[5]~, ad 102 Suppl, 90| glory ~will conduce to the intensity of the joy that refers to 103 Suppl, 93| act, more excellent not in intensity of merit but in the manner ~ 104 Suppl, 93| account of the aforesaid intensity, must needs undergo ~an 105 Suppl, 93| in duration but ~not in intensity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 106 Suppl, 96| punishment cannot be infinite in intensity, because the creature is ~ 107 Suppl, 96| Reply OBJ 2: The degree of intensity in the punishment corresponds 108 Suppl, 96| a punishment unequal in intensity but equal in ~duration.~ 109 Suppl, 96| punishment of ~infinite intensity would correspond to every


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