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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | DOCTRINE (Q[1])~THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF SACRED DOCTRINE (TEN 2 1, 1 | investigate the nature and extent of this sacred doctrine. 3 1, 5 | participate to a certain extent in goodness, ~viz. by its 4 1, 7 | infinite effect, since the extent of a power ~is known by 5 1, 68 | body of water, ~infinite in extent, exists above that heaven. 6 1, 70 | which is to a ~certain extent its end. Yet for some of 7 1, 69 | body of water, ~infinite in extent, exists above that heaven. 8 1, 71 | which is to a ~certain extent its end. Yet for some of 9 1, 77 | powers depends to a certain extent on the other powers, our ~ 10 1, 88 | can see this to a certain extent in man, for those who are 11 1, 94 | appetite obeys reason to some extent. But in ~the state of innocence 12 1, 96 | soul will, to a ~certain extent, communicate to the body 13 1, 109 | in this opinion to some extent, ~for he said that all forms 14 1, 114 | follows him to a certain extent, held that corporeal agents 15 2, 4 | not in ~intensity, but in extent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[5] 16 2, 6 | involuntariness to a certain extent. Therefore concupiscence 17 2, 6 | involuntariness to a certain extent. Therefore concupiscence ~ 18 2, 6 | involuntary, to a certain ~extent, but that which is done 19 2, 6 | is voluntary to a certain extent, ~as stated above. The third, 20 2, 10 | shared by the will, to some extent: just as what belongs to 21 2, 10 | reason retains, to a certain extent, its freedom: ~and thus 22 2, 17 | the intellect to such an extent as not to leave it free 23 2, 42 | is feared to a ~certain extent, and to a certain extent 24 2, 42 | extent, and to a certain extent not. For since fear arises " 25 2, 47 | injury, and to a certain extent calls for mercy ~and forgiveness. 26 2, 50 | this ~sense, to a certain extent, we can admit the existence 27 2, 50 | operation of man is to a certain extent ~an operation of the "conjunctum," 28 2, 54 | consider a habit as to the extent of its object, we shall ~ 29 2, 54 | as ~it has increased in extent; because the conclusions 30 2, 66 | devote himself, and to what extent." Since, then, ~wisdom is 31 2, 71 | Consequently vice is of wider ~extent than sickness or disease; 32 2, 93 | know the truth to a certain extent, at least as to the common 33 2, 93 | imperfect, and to a certain extent destroyed, in ~the wicked; 34 2, 95 | of a law depends on ~the extent of its justice. Now in human 35 2, 97 | weal. But, to a certain ~extent, the mere change of law 36 2, 97 | compensated according to the extent of the harm ~done in this 37 2, 105 | to be guilty to a certain extent, on account of his negligence 38 2, 109 | that he loved God to some ~extent. But he did not love God 39 2, 109 | But here grace is to some extent imperfect, inasmuch ~as 40 2, 114 | merit eternal life to some extent, much more may he ~who has 41 2, 114 | Now a ~man may, to some extent, merit for another his restoration 42 2, 8 | according to the greater extent of its object.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 10 | yet they can, to a certain extent, do ~those good works for 44 2, 30 | give to others to such an extent that the residue would be ~ 45 2, 42 | to their entire virtual extent has no ~need to have the 46 2, 81 | opinion is true to a certain extent, as to those things which 47 2, 92 | idolatry ceased to a great extent in the ~sixth age. Therefore 48 2, 98 | should obey a man to the extent of ~communicating with him 49 2, 105 | ungrateful to God to ~the extent of incurring the guilt of 50 2, 140 | to reject pleasure to the extent of omitting ~things that 51 2, 140 | passions which to a certain extent are in conformity with human ~ 52 2, 142 | Nevertheless, to a certain extent, shame, ~like the other 53 2, 148 | abstain from wine to the extent of molesting nature ~grievously, 54 2, 152 | during sleep to the ~same extent as its judgment, for this 55 2, 155 | moderate passions, to a certain extent, concur towards the same 56 2, 156 | in man's ~power, to the extent namely that no such movement 57 2, 174 | receive the grace to the extent of ~speaking in all languages.~ 58 2, 182 | three ways. First, as to the extent of ~love, through a man 59 3, 2 | unless they are to some extent mutually transmuted. But 60 3, 4 | attaining to the Word to ~some extent by its operation, viz. by 61 3, 6 | follows the first to some extent; for ~as Dionysius says ( 62 3, 6 | causality the soul is to some extent the cause of flesh being 63 3, 7 | not esteem wealth to the extent of ~wishing to retain it, 64 3, 7 | could increase to such an extent as to ~reach to an equality 65 3, 8 | were moved by a man to some extent.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[3] 66 3, 9 | and knowledge are to some extent above ~the nature of the 67 3, 10 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the extent depends on the number of 68 3, 10 | dignity all things to some extent belong, inasmuch as all 69 3, 10 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: The extent of knowledge depends not 70 3, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the extent of knowledge depends on 71 3, 15 | evidence of fortitude to some extent by ~resisting that concupiscence 72 3, 19 | sensitive soul are to some extent ~obedient to reason, and 73 3, 19 | of which it is to some ~extent the cause. But of whatever 74 3, 30 | is not harmed to ~such an extent that therefore he ought 75 3, 35 | opinion is true to a certain extent. For if we ~consider the 76 3, 41 | riches and fame, to the extent of holding God in contempt. 77 3, 44 | by little, to show the extent of human blindness, which 78 3, 46 | suffer on the cross?~(5) The extent of His sufferings;~(6) Whether 79 3, 46 | it. Length is the ~tree's extent from the beam to the ground; 80 3, 46 | bitterness, both from the extent of the suffering already 81 3, 48 | thirdly, on account of the extent of the Passion, and the 82 3, 51 | abode of death." Also the extent of the poverty endured for 83 3, 60 | point to observe is the extent of the ~corruption entailed 84 3, 60 | are interrupted to such an extent that the ~intention of the 85 3, 61 | bodily, but to ~a certain extent spiritual, viz. in its signification 86 3, 62 | causes, but also to a certain extent as exemplars, as we ~stated 87 3, 64 | side are true to a certain extent, as explained above.~Aquin.: 88 3, 69 | of God, but ~also to what extent he is indebted to men who 89 3, 70 | flourished in man to such an ~extent, that there was no need 90 3, 80 | friendship. but not as to ~the extent of the sin, as was observed 91 Suppl, 1 | worn ~away to a certain extent, but not altogether crushed 92 Suppl, 2 | but ~only to a certain extent: wherefore a man is bound 93 Suppl, 4 | sacramental act, and, to a certain extent, satisfactory. Accordingly, ~ 94 Suppl, 21| fault is not measured by the extent of the damage a man ~does, 95 Suppl, 36| is of a greater or lesser extent - to wit, that ~those who 96 Suppl, 52| not subject to him to ~the extent of being unable to marry 97 Suppl, 54| wife should be to a certain extent subject ~to her husband. 98 Suppl, 54| consanguinity, in fact ~to a certain extent it commanded them; to wit 99 Suppl, 63| is preserved to a certain extent ~even in relation to the 100 Suppl, 77| human nature to the same extent as that which came first. 101 Suppl, 89| intelligence. ~Since then the extent of the Divine power is measured 102 Suppl, 89| understanding would equal in extent the Divine ~power in producing 103 Suppl, 90| saints will ~increase in extent after the resurrection, 104 Suppl, 90| happiness also will increase in extent, seeing that the soul will 105 Suppl, 90| is one. Now the greater extent of joy ~regards not a greater 106 Suppl, 90| Wherefore joy is increased ~in extent, through referring to God 107 Appen1, 2| was not in ~debt to the extent of the most grievous punishment.


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