Part, Question
1 1, 7  anything can be infinitude in magnitude?~(4) Whether an infinite
2 1, 7  Whether an actually infinite magnitude can exist?~Aquin.: SMT FP
3 1, 7  something actually infinite in ~magnitude. For in mathematics there
4 1, 7  mathematics ~uses the infinite in magnitude; thus, the geometrician
5 1, 7  thing to be infinite in magnitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[3]
6 1, 7  not against the nature of magnitude; but ~rather both the finite
7 1, 7  not impossible for some magnitude to be ~infinite.~Aquin.:
8 1, 7  Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, magnitude is infinitely divisible,
9 1, 7  diminution, it appears that magnitude can be increased to infinity. ~
10 1, 7  Therefore it is possible for magnitude to be infinite.~Aquin.:
11 1, 7  continuity derived ~from the magnitude over which movement passes,
12 1, 7  it against the nature of ~magnitude to be infinite.~Aquin.:
13 1, 7  Therefore nothing is infinite in magnitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[3]
14 1, 7  another ~to be infinite in magnitude. For granted that a body
15 1, 7  body exists infinite in ~magnitude, as fire or air, yet this
16 1, 7  creature can be infinite in magnitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[3]
17 1, 7  body, which is a complete magnitude, ~can be considered in two
18 1, 7  not against the nature of ~magnitude in general, still it is
19 1, 7  bicubical or ~tricubical magnitude, whether circular or triangular,
20 1, 7  cannot be any infinite magnitude, since no species of magnitude
21 1, 7  magnitude, since no species of magnitude is ~infinite. ~Aquin.: SMT
22 1, 7  not in the ~addition of magnitude, but only in division.~Aquin.:
23 1, 7  mixed with actuality. But magnitude is an ~actual whole; therefore
24 1, 7  agree with the totality of magnitude; yet it agrees with the ~
25 1, 7  follows upon the ~division of magnitude; since the more a thing
26 1, 30  the ~Father is of the same magnitude as the whole Trinity, as
27 1, 30  has no ~place, because the magnitude of the three persons is
28 1, 50  observed in regard to their magnitude, so in things ~incorporeal
29 1, 50  bodies almost incomparably in magnitude; for the entire sphere of
30 1, 53  according to the continuity of magnitude; and according to ~priority
31 1, 53  to a ~body by contact of magnitude. Hence as a body successively,
32 1, 53  does by application of magnitude. Hence it follows regarding
33 1, 53  divisible according to ~magnitude; but regarding an angel,
34 1, 53  of the first and last in magnitude, as he says ~(Phys. iv,
35 1, 53  According, then, as the magnitude of the palm is divided,
36 1, 53  every distinct point in the ~magnitude of the first palm is the
37 1, 53  a distinct ~point in the magnitude of the other palm is the
38 1, 53  same. ~Accordingly, since magnitude is infinitely divisible
39 1, 53  and the points in ~every magnitude are likewise infinite in
40 1, 53  equal to him ~according to magnitude, but according to contact
41 1, 51  observed in regard to their magnitude, so in things ~incorporeal
42 1, 51  almost incomparably ~in magnitude; for the entire sphere of
43 1, 54  according to the continuity of magnitude; and according to ~priority
44 1, 54  to a ~body by contact of magnitude. Hence as a body successively,
45 1, 54  does by application of magnitude. Hence it follows regarding
46 1, 54  divisible according to ~magnitude; but regarding an angel,
47 1, 54  of the first and last in magnitude, as he says ~(Phys. iv,
48 1, 54  According, then, as the magnitude of the palm is divided,
49 1, 54  every distinct point in the ~magnitude of the first palm is the
50 1, 54  a distinct ~point in the magnitude of the other palm is the
51 1, 54  same. ~Accordingly, since magnitude is infinitely divisible
52 1, 54  and the points in ~every magnitude are likewise infinite in
53 1, 54  equal to him ~according to magnitude, but according to contact
54 1, 77  Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, magnitude and shape, and other things
55 1, 77  powers. Since, ~therefore, magnitude and shape are further from
56 1, 77  sensitive power than can ~grasp magnitude or shape than for that which
57 1, 77  of fixing the ~bounds of magnitude. Movement and rest are sensed
58 1, 77  one or more ways in the magnitude of the subject ~or of its
59 1, 106  is taken to signify the magnitude of what is ~said, or the
60 1, 111  bodies exceed the inferior in magnitude to an immeasurable ~degree,
61 2, 33  is a dimension of bodily magnitude: ~hence it is not applied
62 2, 33  perfection, which is a ~magnitude of the spiritual order:
63 2, 41  First by reason of its ~magnitude; when, that is to say, a
64 2, 44  evil, but have a certain ~magnitude, both because they seem
65 2, 46  arise, unless there be some magnitude about both these objects;
66 2, 52  increase is an addition to a magnitude already existing." Therefore
67 2, 85  that if from a ~finite magnitude a continual subtraction
68 2, 112  habits ~can have a double magnitude: one, as regards the end
69 2, 112  Now as regards the first magnitude, sanctifying grace cannot
70 2, 112  based on the first kind of magnitude of ~grace; since grace cannot
71 2, 23  addition to ~preexisting magnitude." Therefore the increase
72 2, 23  bodily quantity by adding a magnitude which did not exist ~before,
73 2, 23  that very moment; which magnitude, though not ~preexistent
74 2, 23  Consequently, since the magnitude ~of a thing follows on its
75 2, 23  we have ~the increase of magnitude by addition, as may be seen
76 2, 126  magnanimity refers to the magnitude of the thing hoped for. ~
77 2, 161  sin ~corresponds to the magnitude of the sin, not as regards
78 3, 7  things, and a fixed limit of magnitude and increase." And hence
79 3, 41  him to those of greater ~magnitude. Wherefore Gregory (Moral.
80 3, 46  A[6] Body Para. 2/5~The magnitude of His suffering may be
81 3, 46  Body Para. 3/5~Thirdly, the magnitude of Christ's suffering can
82 3, 46  Para. 4/5 ~Fourthly, the magnitude of the pain of Christ's
83 3, 46  pain proportionate to the magnitude of the fruit which resulted ~
84 3, 76  continue unmoved as to its magnitude. But in Christ, ~being in
85 3, 84  surpasses any ~number and magnitude of sins, according to Ps.
86 Suppl, 89 such, according to their magnitude: and consequently magnitude ~
87 Suppl, 89 magnitude: and consequently magnitude ~and all its consequences,
88 Suppl, 89 sense as sense perceives magnitude, and ~sight as such a sense
89 Suppl, 89 which is neither color nor magnitude, unless we call it a ~sense
