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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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extend

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | reducible to any genus ~does not extend beyond that genus; as, a 2 1, 5 | its causality does ~not extend save to those things which 3 1, 7 | the ~universal, which can extend itself to an infinitude 4 1, 7 | centre, the farther they extend from the centre, ~the farther 5 1, 8 | Therefore His action ~can extend to things which are far 6 1, 8 | according as its power can extend itself ~to one or to many, 7 1, 9 | acquire anything ~new, nor extend Himself to anything whereto 8 1, 12 | this infinite mode does not extend to enable the ~knower to 9 1, 14 | the knowledge of God ~must extend to singular things, which 10 1, 20 | His ~knowledge and will extend. But God is not said to 11 1, 45 | the power of God does not extend to the contraries of first ~ 12 1, 46 | for its ~power does not extend to any determinate time. 13 1, 52 | power is finite, it does not extend to all things, but to one ~ 14 1, 77 | number of things does it extend. Therefore many things ~ 15 1, 46 | the power of God does not extend to the contraries of first ~ 16 1, 47 | for its ~power does not extend to any determinate time. 17 1, 53 | power is finite, it does not extend to all things, but to one ~ 18 1, 76 | number of things does it extend. Therefore many things ~ 19 1, 81 | Philosopher ~(Metaph. viii, 2), extend to opposite things. But 20 1, 83 | the lower power ~does not extend to those things that belong 21 1, 83 | intellectual knowledge ~should extend further than sensitive knowledge.~ 22 1, 87 | understood; and would not extend to the other acts of the 23 1, 87 | the present state of life, extend ~to material things only, 24 1, 92 | the image of God does not extend to the acts of the soul.~ 25 1, 92 | the powers, and does not ~extend to the acts of the soul.~ 26 1, 92 | the image of God does not ~extend to the acts.~Aquin.: SMT 27 1, 93 | which his knowledge did not extend, he might have ~been deceived, 28 1, 93 | which his knowledge did ~not extend.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 29 1, 94 | perfection of that ~state did not extend to the vision of the Divine 30 1, 104 | secondary ~causes do not extend. So Augustine says (Contra 31 1, 114 | for "an accident does ~not extend beyond its subject," as 32 1, 114 | be ~unable by action to extend to any other matter: and 33 1, 117 | power existing in matter ~to extend its action to the production 34 1, 117 | powers of the inferior agents extend only to ~some disposition 35 1, 118 | matter cannot naturally ~extend beyond a certain fixed quantity; 36 2, 1 | power of the will does not extend to making opposites ~exist 37 2, 3 | speculative science does not extend beyond ~the scope of the 38 2, 3 | speculative sciences cannot extend farther than knowledge of 39 2, 40 | the senses and does not extend to the future. ~Therefore 40 2, 48 | sometimes superabound to ~the extend that the movements of the 41 2, 52 | or it makes the form to extend ~further.~Aquin.: SMT FS 42 2, 53 | form in various ways, or to extend to a greater or a ~smaller 43 2, 54 | habits, even ~though it extend to many things. For a habit 44 2, 54 | things. For a habit does not extend to many ~things save in 45 2, 63 | instilled principles does not ~extend beyond the capacity of nature. 46 2, 68 | clear that ~these gifts extend to all those things to which 47 2, 68 | intellectual and moral, extend.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 48 2, 80 | good actions, but does not extend to the mode of causation: 49 2, 96 | of no ~use, if it did not extend further than to one single 50 2, 96 | holds from God does not extend to this: ~wherefore neither 51 2, 99 | men went ~astray, to the extend of judging to be lawful, 52 2, 99 | Reply OBJ 1: Human acts extend also to the Divine worship: 53 2, 23 | objects to which it did not extend ~before: thus the science 54 2, 23 | agent, whose power does ~not extend to a further increase of 55 2, 24 | stops at God and does not ~extend to our neighbor. For as 56 2, 24 | so due to God, as not to extend to our neighbor.~Aquin.: 57 2, 24 | Therefore charity does not extend to irrational creatures.~ 58 2, 24 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Faith can extend to all that is in any way 59 2, 29 | beneficence also should extend to all, but according as ~ 60 2, 45 | seem that prudence does not extend to the governing of ~many, 61 2, 45 | held that prudence does not extend to the common good, but 62 2, 53 | Q[49], A[6]), which can extend to evil things also. ~Therefore, 63 2, 56 | passions, else it would ~not extend to all the virtues, some 64 2, 56 | whereas ~liberality cannot extend to all. Again liberality 65 2, 67 | rights of his authority extend. Again, the judge, as stated 66 2, 99 | 1) To whom does piety extend?~(2) What does piety make 67 2, 99 | seems that piety does not extend to particular human ~individuals. 68 2, 99 | Therefore piety does not extend definitely to certain ~human 69 2, 99 | Therefore piety does not extend ~definitely to certain special 70 2, 119 | direction and execution extend to the same matter. Since, 71 2, 127 | however imperfect, can extend to ordinary and ~trifling 72 2, 132 | magnificence ~does not extend, like liberality, to all 73 2, 160 | sensitive appetite, cannot extend to ~God and things intelligible. 74 2, 169 | of a certain light can ~extend to all those things that 75 2, 170 | which human experience may extend. Secondly, because the ~ 76 2, 178 | of the present life can extend to the vision of the ~incomprehensible 77 2, 178 | of the present life can extend to the vision of the ~essence 78 2, 184 | universality, although it does not extend to all individual acts. 79 3, 4 | passive power, which does not extend to what ~transcends the 80 3, 18 | movement of which does ~not extend to the will of God - nor 81 3, 18 | sensuality could nowise extend so far. Secondly, ~because 82 3, 46 | the sensitive part did not extend to reason in Christ, but ~ 83 3, 46 | the soul's ~powers do not extend to the knowledge and love 84 3, 59 | judiciary power does not extend to ~the angels, because 85 3, 59 | judiciary power does not extend to the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 86 Suppl, 8 | of positive law do not extend beyond the intention of 87 Suppl, 11| with a sacrament, do not ~extend outside the bounds of the 88 Suppl, 11| of ~confession does not extend to matters other than those 89 Suppl, 11| seal of confession does not extend directly to other ~matters 90 Suppl, 18| power of the ~keys does not extend to the remission of guilt.~ 91 Suppl, 20| who limited his power can extend it ~to whom he wills, so 92 Suppl, 23| spiritual things, can also extend to ~matters touching the 93 Suppl, 25| ministers of the Church does not extend to ~this.~Aquin.: SMT XP 94 Suppl, 52| subjection of slavery does not extend thereto. Wherefore the husband, ~ 95 Suppl, 52| condition ~of slavery does not extend, nevertheless as regards 96 Suppl, 54| law can neither void nor extend those things ~which are 97 Suppl, 54| of the Church does ~not extend to this.~Aquin.: SMT XP 98 Suppl, 54| useless and dangerous to extend the ~prohibition to more 99 Suppl, 55| 8) Whether its degrees extend as far as the degrees of 100 Suppl, 55| the degrees of affinity extend in the same way as the degrees 101 Suppl, 55| degrees of affinity do not extend in the ~same way as the 102 Suppl, 55| consanguinity ~should not extend to the same degrees.~Aquin.: 103 Suppl, 60| punishment, which does not extend beyond the limits of amendment, 104 Suppl, 65| of the law ought not to extend, and this ~permission is 105 Suppl, 71| God Whom we pray, it may extend to whatever is ordinately ~ 106 Suppl, 72| beyond which they ~cannot extend.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 107 Suppl, 83| themselves ~temporal, and extend not beyond the term of this


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