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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | Further, nothing can be measured save by something of its 2 1, 3 | own ~genus; as length is measured by length and numbers by 3 1, 3 | homogeneous with what is measured. Now, God is not a measure ~ 4 1, 6 | placed" from "place," and "measured" from "measure." But as 5 1, 7 | every number is multitude measured by one. Hence it is impossible 6 1, 10 | those things are said to be measured by time which have a ~beginning 7 1, 10 | after eternity, is not ~measured by eternity. But, as Aristotle 8 1, 10 | kind of measure. But to be measured ~belongs not to God. Therefore 9 1, 10 | as if He were in any way measured; but the idea of ~measurement 10 1, 10 | of things corruptible is measured ~by time. Time therefore 11 1, 10 | the ~part of the things measured, and not as regards the 12 1, 10 | inasmuch as that alone is measured by time which ~has beginning 13 1, 10 | it is changeable, is not measured by eternity, but ~by time; 14 1, 10 | be referred to the things measured, even then an incongruity 15 1, 10 | changeableness of a thing ~measured, there follows "before" 16 1, 10 | change; and these things are measured ~by time, as are all movements, 17 1, 10 | degree. Therefore these are measured by ~aeviternity which is 18 1, 10 | But the being that ~is measured by eternity is not changeable, 19 1, 10 | affections and ~intelligences are measured by time. Hence also Augustine 20 1, 10 | regards their nature they are measured by aeviternity; ~whereas 21 1, 10 | since the first movement, measured by time, is in some ~way 22 1, 10 | all other movements are measured. Therefore time is referred 23 1, 10 | measure is to the thing measured, but also as ~accident is 24 1, 10 | measure is to the thing ~measured. Hence it is not multiplied 25 1, 10 | measure many things can be measured.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 26 1, 10 | because since each thing is measured ~by the most simple element 27 1, 10 | aeviternal things should be measured by the existence of the 28 1, 10 | changeless being, ~and are thus measured by aeviternity.~Aquin.: 29 1, 10 | by reason of the first measured by ~time; and thus all aeviternal 30 1, 10 | OBJ 4: For things to be measured by one, it is not necessary 31 1, 11 | measure is to the thing measured. For "one" implies the ~ 32 1, 11 | and number is "multitude" measured by "one," ~as is clear from 33 1, 13 | homogeneous with the thing measured. But God ~is the first measure 34 1, 13 | measure proportioned to things measured; ~hence it is not necessary 35 1, 14 | But what is posterior and ~measured cannot be a cause. Therefore 36 1, 14 | which ~is His being, is measured by eternity; and since eternity 37 1, 14 | always something more to be measured," as the ~Philosopher says ( 38 1, 14 | the infinite that it be measured. ~Therefore infinite things 39 1, 14 | knowledge of every knower is measured by the mode of the form 40 1, 14 | because His ~knowledge is measured by eternity, as is also 41 1, 30 | a determinate number is measured, for ~number is a measure. 42 1, 30 | existing ~in the mind only, is measured by one. But when we speak 43 1, 30 | 4), and the same is not measured by the same.~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 42 | quantity of "virtue," ~which is measured according to the perfection 45 1, 42 | this ~virtual quantity is measured firstly by its source - 46 1, 42 | Secondly, virtual quantity is ~measured by the effects of the form. 47 1, 42 | Consequently virtual ~quantity is measured both in regard to being 48 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: Equality is measured by greatness. In God greatness ~ 49 1, 52 | to be in a place is to be measured and to be contained ~by 50 1, 52 | an angel can neither be measured nor contained by a place, ~ 51 1, 52 | circumscribed fashion, since it is measured by the place. An angel, ~ 52 1, 52 | fashion, since he is not ~measured by the place, but definitively, 53 1, 53 | body, because a body is measured by and contained ~under 54 1, 53 | all ~corporeal things are measured, which have their changeableness 55 1, 53 | angel's ~movement is not measured by the quantity of his power, 56 1, 58 | things, not as ordinary days measured by the solar circuit, since 57 1, 63 | in such ~movements as are measured by time, and take place 58 1, 63 | corporeal movements which are measured by ~time. In this way by " 59 1, 63 | movement, ~which is primarily measured by continuous time, time 60 1, 65 | the power of an agent is measured not only by ~the thing made, 61 1, 66 | measure, for ~everything is measured by the first of its kind. 62 1, 42 | quantity of "virtue," ~which is measured according to the perfection 63 1, 42 | this ~virtual quantity is measured firstly by its source - 64 1, 42 | Secondly, virtual quantity is ~measured by the effects of the form. 65 1, 42 | Consequently virtual quantity is measured both in regard to being 66 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: Equality is measured by greatness. In God greatness ~ 67 1, 53 | to be in a place is to be measured and to be contained ~by 68 1, 53 | an angel can neither be measured nor contained by a place, ~ 69 1, 53 | circumscribed fashion, since it is measured by the place. An angel, ~ 70 1, 53 | fashion, since he is not ~measured by the place, but definitively, 71 1, 54 | body, because a body is measured by and contained ~under 72 1, 54 | all ~corporeal things are measured, which have their changeableness 73 1, 54 | angel's ~movement is not measured by the quantity of his power, 74 1, 59 | things, not as ordinary days measured by the solar circuit, since 75 1, 64 | in such ~movements as are measured by time, and take place 76 1, 64 | corporeal movements which are measured by ~time. In this way by " 77 1, 64 | movement, ~which is primarily measured by continuous time, time 78 1, 66 | the power of an agent is measured not only by ~the thing made, 79 1, 67 | measure, for ~everything is measured by the first of its kind. 80 1, 84 | for "number ~is multitude measured by one," as is said Metaph. 81 1, 84 | in the ~definition of a measured number. But it is not included 82 1, 85 | and ~sometimes is not, is measured by time." Now the intellect 83 1, 94 | and charity. Merit thus measured corresponds ~in degree to 84 1, 94 | the degree of merit is measured ~by the degree of the action 85 1, 104 | in something which is not measured by its bulk. Whence it ~ 86 2, 19 | homogeneous with the thing measured" ~(Metaph. x, 1). But the 87 2, 19 | homogeneous with the thing measured; ~a remote measure is not.~ 88 2, 19 | the quantity of merit ~is measured by the intensity of the 89 2, 20 | The virtue of a cause is measured by the effect that flows ~ 90 2, 21 | the due order to an end is measured by ~some rule. In things 91 2, 42 | that exist in time are ~measured, in a way, according to 92 2, 64 | the good of that which is ~measured or ruled consists in its 93 2, 64 | in all things ruled or ~measured. Hence it is evident that 94 2, 64 | consider it absolutely, is ~measured by things; since things 95 2, 64 | by way of that which is measured; so that both in ~practical 96 2, 64 | moral virtue, as ruled ~and measured by that mean. In like manner 97 2, 64 | in the ~intellect being measured by things. Now theological 98 2, 66 | quantity of an effect is measured by the power of ~the agent. 99 2, 68 | rectitude of life which is measured by the rule of ~reason. 100 2, 68 | excellence of the gifts can be measured in two ways: ~first, simply, 101 2, 71 | because good and evil are measured chiefly with regard to the 102 2, 73 | the malice of an act is measured, not only according to ~ 103 2, 73 | the gravity of a sin is measured. Therefore the condition 104 2, 77 | the gravity of a sin is measured on the part of ~that from 105 2, 90 | Secondly, as in that which is measured and ruled. In ~this way, 106 2, 90 | who are to be ruled and measured by it. Wherefore, in order 107 2, 91 | that which is ruled and ~measured, since a thing is ruled 108 2, 91 | since a thing is ruled and measured, in so far as it partakes ~ 109 2, 91 | providence are ruled and measured by the eternal law, as was 110 2, 91 | that which is ruled and measured; so that every ~inclination 111 2, 93 | the human ~intellect is measured by things, so that a human 112 2, 95 | everything that ~is ruled and measured must have a form proportionate 113 2, 95 | rule or measure ruled or ~measured by a higher measure. And 114 2, 96 | belonging to one genus, are measured by one, which is the principle 115 2, 96 | measures as there are ~things measured or ruled, they would cease 116 2, 96 | since different ~things are measured by different measures. Wherefore 117 2, 113 | such succession is not measured by continuous time, but 118 2, 113 | time, even as the things measured are not continuous, as stated ~ 119 2, 16 | virtue. Now in all things measured and ruled, ~the good is 120 2, 16 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In things measured and ruled the mean consists 121 2, 20 | be presumption, if it be ~measured according to man's estate: 122 2, 25 | the intensity of love is measured with regard to the ~man 123 2, 25 | degrees of love ~may be measured from two standpoints. First, 124 2, 25 | the degrees of love may be measured from the standpoint of the ~ 125 2, 26 | measure and in the thing measured, but not in the ~same way. 126 2, 26 | whereas ~in the things measured, it is found relatively, 127 2, 26 | measure whereas the thing measured is unmodified if it fails 128 2, 26 | be taken as in a ~thing measured where we find too much or 129 2, 26 | the goodness of the thing ~measured, which has its mode through 130 2, 26 | have a mode through being measured .~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 131 2, 26 | reason's judgment, ~should be measured by reason. But the object 132 2, 26 | reason, wherefore it is not measured by ~reason but transcends 133 2, 26 | end, and so have ~to be measured both according to charity 134 2, 29 | connection with another may be measured in reference to ~the various 135 2, 56 | in such like virtues is ~measured not by the proportion of 136 2, 59 | measure you mete, it shall be measured to you again." ~Therefore 137 2, 71 | the gravity of a sin is measured by the gravity of the ~defect 138 2, 71 | gravity of adultery is ~measured, not from its being a union 139 2, 75 | comes into human use is measured by the price given for it, ~ 140 2, 75 | quantity is known by being measured: and the measures of things 141 2, 75 | which is known by being ~measured: wherefore if anyone knowingly 142 2, 76 | money "if its value can be measured by money." Consequently, ~ 143 2, 76 | anything whose price can be measured by money. Yet there would 144 2, 76 | contract; and its amount is measured according to the favor received. ~ 145 2, 83 | offering of a sacrifice is measured not by the value of ~the 146 2, 102 | deficiency. Excess thereof is ~measured in respect, not of quantity, 147 2, 104 | Whether thanksgiving should be measured according to the favor ~ 148 2, 116 | the value of which can be measured by money, as stated ~above ( 149 2, 121 | greatness of a virtue is measured according to its ~goodness 150 2, 140 | is that culpability is ~measured by inordinateness in respect 151 2, 145 | 2: The mean of virtue is measured not according to quantity ~ 152 2, 146 | grievousness of a sin is measured by the grievousness of the 153 2, 146 | gravity of a sin may be measured in three ways. First ~and 154 2, 147 | intoxicants, because the measured use thereof is most ~profitable, 155 2, 148 | that ~"Lot's guilt is to be measured, not by the incest, but 156 2, 150 | 1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Merit is measured not only by the kind of 157 2, 152 | gravity of a sin may be measured in two ways, first ~with 158 2, 152 | The gravity of a sin is measured with regard to the sin itself, 159 2, 153 | because its value is not measured with gold ~or silver, which 160 2, 160 | the rule which God hath measured to us." Wherefore it is 161 2, 169 | of ~Is. 40:12, "Who hath measured the waters in the hollow 162 2, 172 | excellence of the means is measured chiefly by the ~end. Now 163 2, 172 | degree of prophecy may be measured according to ~the appearance 164 2, 182 | above (A[1]), perfection is measured according ~to charity. Now 165 2, 184 | gold and silver which are measured by weight [*'Pondere,' ~ 166 3, 44 | duration of ~the darkness was measured from the first moment of 167 3, 75 | movement of the heavens, nor measured by ~it, as was said in the 168 3, 75 | pronouncing) must ~necessarily be measured by the movement of the heavens. 169 3, 75 | comparison with the things measured, but are one comparatively 170 3, 88 | received, which latter is measured according to the greatness ~ 171 Suppl, 3 | malice of mortal sin ~is measured from Him against Whom it 172 Suppl, 3 | contrition, ~the stripes are measured according to the sins, because 173 Suppl, 13| is infinite, since it is measured by the ~person against whom 174 Suppl, 13| has been forgiven is not measured according to the disposition 175 Suppl, 21| Reply OBJ 1: A fault is not measured by the extent of the damage 176 Suppl, 25| indulgence is not to be measured by the devotion of the recipient, 177 Suppl, 25| indulgence is not to be measured by the cause ~for which 178 Suppl, 54| degree of ~consanguinity is measured by the persons between whom 179 Suppl, 71| the ~worth of suffrages is measured according to the disposition 180 Suppl, 74| since "all ~things are measured by a certain period" (De 181 Suppl, 74| the duration of which is measured by the movement of ~the 182 Suppl, 74| 3: Further, all sound is measured by time. Now the sound of 183 Suppl, 78| stature. For ~just as man is measured by dimensive quantity, so 184 Suppl, 80| of its color, so is it ~measured by reason of its quantity. 185 Suppl, 80| to the real mean that is measured according to equal distance ~ 186 Suppl, 81| time of the movement is ~measured according to the proportion 187 Suppl, 81| instantaneous, but that ~the time is measured according only to the resistance 188 Suppl, 85| suddenly. But speech which is measured by time would require an 189 Suppl, 89| extent of the Divine power is measured according to what ~it can 190 Suppl, 96| that, Since punishment is measured in two ways, namely ~according 191 Appen1, 2| gratuitous goodness is measured. Hence the soul remains


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