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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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infinitely

    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | considered that things flow forth infinitely from the first principle. ~ 2 1, 7 | 3: Further, magnitude is infinitely divisible, for the continuous 3 1, 7 | is ~defined that which is infinitely divisible, as is clear from 4 1, 7 | infinite, ~the lines would be infinitely distant from each other; 5 1, 7 | supposing ~that such things were infinitely multiplied, the carpentering 6 1, 7 | quadrilateral and so on; and as an infinitely numerable multitude is not ~ 7 1, 12 | was shown above (Q[7]) is infinitely ~knowable. Now no created 8 1, 12 | created intellect can know God infinitely. For the ~created intellect 9 1, 12 | finite being can contain Him ~infinitely, in the degree of His own 10 1, 12 | sees in Him that He exists infinitely, and is infinitely ~knowable; 11 1, 12 | exists infinitely, and is infinitely ~knowable; nevertheless, 12 1, 12 | enable the ~knower to know infinitely; thus, for instance, a person 13 1, 14 | so that individuals be infinitely multiplied; yet, ~if we 14 1, 28 | intelligible relations are ~infinitely multiplied, as Avicenna 15 1, 28 | relations in ourselves are infinitely ~multiplied, because a man 16 1, 28 | acts of understanding are ~infinitely multiplied, and consequently 17 1, 30 | other ~animals. But God infinitely excels every creature. Therefore 18 1, 30 | He ~communicates Himself infinitely in the production of a divine 19 1, 32 | who ~communicates Himself infinitely in the procession of the 20 1, 46 | if all the causes thus infinitely multiplied should ~have 21 1, 48 | aptitude diminished or remitted infinitely, as appears in the active 22 1, 48 | or remitted, cannot ~be infinitely multiplied. But if the contrary 23 1, 48 | contrary dispositions can be ~infinitely multiplied, the aforesaid 24 1, 48 | aforesaid aptitude is also infinitely ~diminished or remitted; 25 1, 48 | the air to light would be infinitely diminished, ~but still it 26 1, 48 | just as the continuous is ~infinitely divisible, if the division 27 1, 48 | it may be so diminished infinitely, not "per se," but ~accidentally; 28 1, 48 | dispositions are also increased ~infinitely, as explained above.~Aquin.: 29 1, 50 | since it can be drawn out ~infinitely, is not intended by the 30 1, 53 | Accordingly, since magnitude is infinitely divisible and the points 31 1, 56 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, God is infinitely above the intellect of an 32 1, 56 | of an angel. But ~what is infinitely beyond cannot be reached. 33 1, 56 | intellect and essence are infinitely ~remote from God, it follows 34 1, 56 | all: because, as God is ~infinitely remote from the angel, so 35 1, 56 | which God has of ~Himself is infinitely above the knowledge which 36 1, 68 | bodies may be ~rarefied infinitely, since natural bodies cannot 37 1, 68 | natural bodies cannot be infinitely rarefied ~or divided, but 38 1, 47 | if all the causes thus infinitely multiplied should ~have 39 1, 49 | aptitude diminished or remitted infinitely, as appears in the active 40 1, 49 | or remitted, cannot ~be infinitely multiplied. But if the contrary 41 1, 49 | contrary dispositions can be ~infinitely multiplied, the aforesaid 42 1, 49 | aforesaid aptitude is also infinitely ~diminished or remitted; 43 1, 49 | the air to light would be infinitely diminished, ~but still it 44 1, 49 | just as the continuous is ~infinitely divisible, if the division 45 1, 49 | it may be so diminished infinitely, not "per se," but ~accidentally; 46 1, 49 | dispositions are also increased ~infinitely, as explained above.~Aquin.: 47 1, 51 | since it can be drawn out ~infinitely, is not intended by the 48 1, 54 | Accordingly, since magnitude is infinitely divisible and the points 49 1, 57 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, God is infinitely above the intellect of an 50 1, 57 | of an angel. But ~what is infinitely beyond cannot be reached. 51 1, 57 | intellect and essence are infinitely ~remote from God, it follows 52 1, 57 | all: because, as God is ~infinitely remote from the angel, so 53 1, 57 | which God has of ~Himself is infinitely above the knowledge which 54 1, 69 | bodies may be ~rarefied infinitely, since natural bodies cannot 55 1, 69 | natural bodies cannot be infinitely rarefied ~or divided, but 56 1, 87 | effects is that which is infinitely distant from them, and this 57 1, 92 | equality, for such an exemplar infinitely excels its copy. Therefore ~ 58 1, 111 | Further, the Divine Persons infinitely excel all the angelic ~orders. 59 2, 5 | the Divine Essence, which ~infinitely surpasses all created substance. 60 2, 30 | it can consider a thing infinitely, as appears in the ~addition 61 2, 50 | perfection of God, but all are ~infinitely distant therefrom; for this 62 2, 72 | venial." For things which are infinitely ~apart, cannot belong to 63 2, 72 | venial and mortal sin are infinitely apart, since temporal punishment 64 2, 72 | Mortal and venial sins are infinitely apart as regards what ~they " 65 2, 87 | eternal punishment differs infinitely from temporal ~punishment: 66 2, 87 | sin, apparently, differs infinitely from another, ~since every 67 2, 87 | OBJ 1: Sins do not differ infinitely from one another in respect ~ 68 2, 87 | act; but they do differ infinitely in respect of their ~turning 69 2, 87 | and the last end differs infinitely from the things that are ~ 70 2, 88 | since, in a way, mortal sin infinitely surpasses the quantity ~ 71 2, 114 | inequality: for they are infinitely apart, and all man's good 72 2, 114 | God's mercy and liberality infinitely surpass human ~mercy and 73 2, 18 | of Whom they fall short infinitely and immeasurably." ~Hence, 74 2, 18 | creature, in so far as it is infinitely distant from ~God, and this 75 2, 22 | our neighbor - which are infinitely distant from one ~another. 76 2, 23 | infinite, wherefore He is infinitely lovable. ~But no creature 77 2, 23 | no creature can love Him infinitely since all created power 78 2, 26 | to ~its goodness, God is infinitely lovable, since His goodness 79 2, 26 | no creature can love God infinitely, because all power of creatures, ~ 80 2, 30 | knows that spiritual things ~infinitely surpass corporal things, 81 2, 79 | excellence is competent, since He infinitely surpasses all things and ~ 82 2, 108 | circumstance causes a sin to ~be infinitely more grievous unless it 83 2, 148 | it cannot aggravate a sin infinitely, and ~make a mortal sin 84 2, 173 | And ~since a divine good infinitely surpasses the faculty of 85 2, 173 | 2]], since God's essence infinitely transcends not only all ~ 86 3, 1 | to unite things that are infinitely ~apart, even as it would 87 3, 1 | But God and flesh are infinitely apart; ~since God is most 88 3, 1 | manner by ~which power things infinitely distant are united, inasmuch 89 3, 2 | since the Divine Nature infinitely ~exceeds the human nature, 90 3, 2 | human natures; for they are infinitely ~apart. Therefore their 91 3, 10 | soul of Christ, since It infinitely exceeds ~it. Therefore the 92 3, 10 | nevertheless the knowledge of God infinitely exceeds the knowledge of 93 3, 10 | of ~the Divine intellect infinitely exceeds any created light 94 3, 10 | Further, God sees His Word infinitely more perfectly than does ~ 95 3, 23 | to his estate. Now God is infinitely good: ~for which reason 96 3, 57 | be infinite, and operate ~infinitely, so far as the worker is 97 3, 76 | species can be divided ~infinitely. If therefore Christ be 98 Suppl, 25| restricted to them, but infinitely surpasses their ~efficacy.~ 99 Suppl, 25| essential reward, which infinitely transcends the remission 100 Suppl, 64| circumstance aggravates infinitely. But undue time ~is a circumstance. 101 Suppl, 64| does not aggravate a sin infinitely, so ~as to make mortal what 102 Suppl, 64| wherefore it cannot aggravate ~infinitely. Consequently a wife or 103 Suppl, 72| favor with them. But God is ~infinitely more merciful than any saint, 104 Suppl, 81| it does not surpass it ~infinitely, because both powers are 105 Suppl, 89| essence, for since it is infinitely distant from the Divine ~ 106 Suppl, 89| knowing would need to be infinitely ~increased by reason of 107 Suppl, 96| none, since they are not infinitely distant from ~one another.~


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