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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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noble

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1 1, 1 | under the figure of less noble than of ~nobler bodies, 2 1, 2 | and some less good, true, noble and the like. ~But "more" 3 1, 3 | because God is the most noble of beings. Now it is ~impossible 4 1, 3 | for a body to be the most noble of beings; for a body must 5 1, 44 | generated would be more noble than the generator, since ~ 6 1, 44 | since ~the end is more noble than the means to the end.~ 7 1, 45 | appears to be the ~most noble action, and first among 8 1, 45 | whereto" of the change is more noble ~and excellent, although 9 1, 50 | the determined is ~more noble than the undetermined, and 10 1, 65 | perfection, and the less noble for the nobler, as ~those 11 1, 65 | creatures that are less noble than man exist for the sake 12 1, 70 | adorned. But a body ~less noble than the heaven, is adorned 13 1, 45 | generated would be more noble than the generator, since ~ 14 1, 45 | since ~the end is more noble than the means to the end.~ 15 1, 46 | appears to be the ~most noble action, and first among 16 1, 46 | whereto" of the change is more noble ~and excellent, although 17 1, 51 | the determined is ~more noble than the undetermined, and 18 1, 66 | perfection, and the less noble for the nobler, as ~those 19 1, 66 | creatures that are less noble than man exist for the sake 20 1, 71 | adorned. But a body ~less noble than the heaven, is adorned 21 1, 78 | 5), "the agent is more noble than the patient." ~Now 22 1, 81 | intellect, which is more noble. Now the ~act of the will, 23 1, 81 | Therefore the will is a more noble and perfect power than the 24 1, 81 | namely, charity - is more noble than the habits which perfect 25 1, 81 | thing which is good is less noble than the soul, then even ~ 26 1, 83 | suffice, but something more noble is required, ~for "the agent 27 1, 83 | for "the agent is more noble than the patient," as he 28 1, 83 | that the higher ~and more noble agent which he calls the 29 1, 83 | because ~"the agent is more noble than the patient." And without 30 1, 83 | the sensible body is ~more noble than the organ of the animal, 31 1, 90 | since the human body is most noble, ~it should rather have 32 2, 5 | Further, since man is more noble than irrational creatures, 33 2, 5 | to attain it, is of more noble condition than ~a nature 34 2, 17 | immaterial an act is, the more noble it is, and ~the more is 35 2, 31 | intellectual faculty is much more noble and more knowing than the ~ 36 2, 35 | contemplation of a less noble object hinders the contemplation 37 2, 35 | contemplation of a more ~noble object; or on the part of 38 2, 51 | the effect cannot be more noble than its cause. But ~habit 39 2, 51 | cause. But ~habit is more noble than the act which precedes 40 2, 51 | the latter produces more noble acts. Therefore habit ~cannot 41 2, 66 | Further, a cause is more noble than its effect. Now faith 42 2, 66 | efficient cause is more noble than its effect: but not 43 2, 66 | heat of fire would be more noble than ~the soul, to which 44 2, 95 | 2), "as man is the most noble of animals if he be perfect ~ 45 2, 102 | many other animals are more noble than these. Since ~therefore 46 2, 111 | sanctifying grace is more noble than gratuitous ~grace.~ 47 2, 111 | other things, is ~not more noble than its substantial form.~ 48 2, 112 | virtue is said to be more noble through being ordained to 49 2, 62 | suffer abuses unbecoming his noble birth." Now ~nothing that 50 2, 126 | with a certain broad and noble purpose of ~mind," so as 51 2, 132 | with a certain broad and noble purpose of mind, ~discussion" 52 3, 2 | perfects the species, is more noble than in ~brutes, where it 53 3, 5 | requires that it should be more noble, in order that it may have ~ 54 3, 11 | But ~perfection is more noble than the thing perfected. 55 3, 12 | man's teaching seems more ~noble than to acquire it from 56 3, 31 | For the male sex is more noble than the female. ~But it 57 3, 31 | 1: The male sex is more noble than the female, and for 58 3, 36 | not many mighty, not many noble," as ~we read 1 Cor. 1:26. 59 3, 44 | For brute animals are more noble than plants. But ~Christ 60 3, 51 | of Arimathea, who was "a noble counselor," ~to use Mark' 61 3, 72 | cogitative faculty"), is more noble than the forehead, which 62 Suppl, 37| of the Psalms is the most noble of all the ~prophecies. 63 Suppl, 38| Divine ~worship in a more noble way than the sacred vessels. 64 Suppl, 52| Although the father is a more noble principle than the ~mother, 65 Suppl, 64| xii) the agent is more ~noble than the patient. But in 66 Suppl, 64| marriage act, wherein the more ~noble part is due to the husband, 67 Suppl, 64| OBJ 1: Although it is more noble to be active than passive, 68 Suppl, 64| husband having the more noble ~part in the marriage act, 69 Suppl, 69| substances, in that the more noble bodies are adapted to the 70 Suppl, 69| are adapted to the more noble ~substances: wherefore also 71 Suppl, 72| of a mixed body ~is more noble than the form of a simple 72 Suppl, 72| the simple body is more noble, because it has not in ~ 73 Suppl, 72| mixed body is somewhat more noble than a simple ~body, a simple 74 Suppl, 72| exists by itself has a more noble being than if ~it exist 75 Suppl, 72| because since fire is the most noble of the ~elements, its natural 76 Suppl, 72| form of fire is the most noble of the forms to which ~elemental 77 Suppl, 72| be brought to the most ~noble state by this cleansing. 78 Suppl, 72| although water would be more ~noble if it had the form of fire, 79 Suppl, 72| especially since fire is the most noble of the elements. Therefore 80 Suppl, 72| all that is ~beautiful and noble will be taken up above for 81 Suppl, 79| and yet this is ~the most noble of the senses. The minor 82 Suppl, 81| OBJ 5: Further, the more noble a body is, the more noble 83 Suppl, 81| noble a body is, the more noble a place is due ~to it: wherefore 84 Suppl, 88| 5~Further, rest is more noble than movement, because things 85 Suppl, 88| situation it has a ~more noble disposition in comparison 86 Suppl, 88| regard the sun has a more noble ~disposition at daytime 87 Suppl, 88| in this renewal the most noble situation possible in relation 88 Suppl, 88| movement, by Whom the more noble bodies are moved. Hence 89 Suppl, 88| the heaven ~is the more noble part of the corporeal world. 90 Suppl, 88| animals and plants have a more noble form than the ~elements. 91 Suppl, 88| other respects ~are more noble than the elements, the elements 92 Suppl, 88| elements, the elements are more noble in relation ~to incorruption, 93 Suppl, 94| elements, whatever is pure and noble remaining above ~for the


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