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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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amount

   Part, Question
1 1, 57 | of ~the soul; as to its amount of grace and of glory. In 2 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The amount of the power of an agent 3 1, 58 | of ~the soul; as to its amount of grace and of glory. In 4 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The amount of the power of an agent 5 1, 78 | arguing, with a certain amount of reasoning ~and movement. 6 1, 83 | is subject to a certain amount of necessity: for the mode 7 1, 83 | therefore, according to the amount of such ~evaporation, the 8 1, 83 | suspended. For when the amount ~is considerable, not only 9 1, 92 | clouded, "as ~almost to amount to nothing," as in those 10 1, 98 | imperfect, so that a small ~amount of strength suffices them.~ 11 2, 37 | contraction and depression amount to the same: because the 12 2, 38 | state, he feels a certain amount of pleasure. For the same 13 2, 71 | This seems, in a way, to amount to the ~same as the first, 14 2, 74 | to a sin does not always amount to ~contempt of the Divine 15 2, 101 | precepts has a certain ~amount of probability: not that 16 2, 105 | was a ~fixed limit to the amount of estates, which could 17 2, 1 | intellect with a ~certain amount of complexity, just as on 18 2, 1 | been held with a certain amount of ~truth.~Aquin.: SMT SS 19 2, 2 | of virtue, lessens the ~amount of merit, since "happiness 20 2, 4 | short of science," these all amount to the same as the Apostle' 21 2, 12 | proper to God, seems to amount to ~the same as affirming 22 2, 18 | Hence filial and chaste fear amount to the same, ~because by 23 2, 23 | much greater, unless the ~amount of its increase be ever 24 2, 58 | suspicion denotes a certain amount of vice, and the further 25 2, 60 | suffices to restore the exact amount taken?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 26 2, 60 | sufficient to restore the exact ~amount taken. For it is written ( 27 2, 60 | restore several times over the amount he has taken ~unjustly.~ 28 2, 60 | a thief of more than the amount of ~his theft, under the 29 2, 60 | sufficient to restore the exact amount.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 30 2, 60 | restored by repaying the ~exact amount taken. Therefore there is 31 2, 60 | restore more than ~the exact amount taken.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 32 2, 60 | seemingly, ~takes from him the amount of the loss, since, according 33 2, 61 | circumstance that does not ~amount to a reason why this man 34 2, 61 | circumstance of person will amount to ~respect of persons in 35 2, 75 | is based on utility, the amount of the ~recompense for a 36 2, 75 | regard to more than half the amount of the just price of a thing [* 37 2, 76 | expect the restitution of the amount lent. It must be ~observed, 38 2, 76 | fixed ~contract; and its amount is measured according to 39 2, 76 | for a greater sum than the amount ~lent, which has to be paid 40 2, 76 | course according to ~the amount taken in usury.~Aquin.: 41 2, 81 | signs, to take note of the amount of our ~progress in that 42 2, 84 | find mention of a definite ~amount of first-fruits. Therefore 43 2, 84 | was ~reasonable that the amount of first-fruits should not 44 2, 88 | through them, for this ~would amount to holding fellowship with 45 2, 93 | for this would seem to amount to ~tempting God. Hence 46 2, 98 | of his office, this would amount to a sale ~of the truth, 47 2, 107 | which is less seems to ~amount to a denial of the truth, 48 2, 107 | which is greater seems to amount to an ~addition thereto. 49 2, 114 | appears to be a certain amount of deceit in ~flattery, 50 2, 117 | chiefly, not in the ~total amount given, but in the amount 51 2, 117 | amount given, but in the amount over and above what ought 52 2, 126 | mentioned by Andronicus seem to amount to the same as the ~above. 53 2, 127 | difficult and the good (which amount to the same) in an act of ~ 54 2, 151 | is not concerned with the amount of pleasure experienced ~ 55 2, 166 | equal ~to a certain fixed amount of labor, so too is it with 56 2, 166 | finite and equal to a fixed amount of work. Consequently ~when 57 2, 182 | physician does not measure the amount of his ~healing, but how 58 2, 184 | philosophy, cast away a large amount of ~gold; for he considered 59 2, 185 | whether ample or of any amount whatever, have desired with 60 2, 186 | secondarily, not on the amount of exercise, but on the 61 2, 186 | must needs take a certain amount ~of care in acquiring or 62 2, 186 | burdens one with ~the least amount of care. Again it is clear 63 3, 33 | not fixed to a certain amount. Now the quantity that a 64 3, 46 | consequently He embraced the ~amount of pain proportionate to 65 3, 60 | thereof, for this would amount to forgery. It would amount 66 3, 60 | amount to forgery. It would amount to the same if ~anyone were 67 3, 65 | because it has the least amount of spirituality it is placed 68 3, 65 | salvation, yet it does not amount to contempt of the sacrament, 69 3, 76 | air in a great or small amount of air, and the whole nature 70 3, 88 | subsequent sin. Wherefore the amount of the debt that returns 71 Suppl, 6 | the delay of Baptism may amount to a mortal sin, or it may ~ 72 Suppl, 25| just estimate seems ~to amount to the same as to remit 73 Suppl, 25| a church. Wherefore the amount of the ~remission granted 74 Suppl, 25| is God Who appoints the amount to be remitted. On the other 75 Suppl, 26| individually, to the ~very amount that he owes. On the other 76 Suppl, 43| second contract does not amount ~to marriage, nevertheless 77 Suppl, 69| whom there was the least amount of sin ~were consigned to 78 Suppl, 71| the dead. But this would amount to a deception unless ~they 79 Suppl, 71| opinions have a certain amount of truth: for ~the value 80 Suppl, 71| thereby receive a certain amount of consolation: ~and this 81 Suppl, 80| now, unless - either the amount of the heavenly nature in 82 Suppl, 81| else, so that we take the amount of ~retardation in the whole 83 Suppl, 83| would not correspond to the amount of guilt; in fact it would ~ 84 Suppl, 84| will come to a certain ~amount in the glory or unhappiness 85 Suppl, 85| is impossible to fix what amount of such calamities will 86 Suppl, 94| disposition, there is a certain amount of ~light, as much as suffices 87 Suppl, 96| equal to fault as to the amount of ~duration as is seen 88 Appen1, 2| according to which the amount of the soul's ~gratuitous 89 Appen1, 2| properly speaking to the ~amount of guilt: whereas the length


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