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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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proportionate

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | But His effects are not proportionate to Him, ~since He is infinite 2 1, 2 | demonstrated by an effect not proportionate to it, it seems that the ~ 3 1, 2 | OBJ 3: From effects not proportionate to the cause no perfect 4 1, 3 | This objection turns upon proportionate measure which must ~be homogeneous 5 1, 3 | Now, God is not a measure ~proportionate to anything. Still, He is 6 1, 13 | according as many things are ~proportionate to one, thus for example " 7 1, 13 | according as one thing is ~proportionate to another, thus "healthy" 8 1, 13 | beauty of the human smile by proportionate ~likeness, so the name of " 9 1, 21 | more bountifully than is proportionate ~to their deserts: since 10 1, 23 | The other end, however, is proportionate to created nature, to ~which 11 1, 23 | OBJ 3: The good that is proportionate to the common state of ~ 12 1, 25 | end. So, when the end is proportionate to the things ~made for 13 1, 56 | God made every creature proportionate to the universe which ~He 14 1, 75 | receptive of act, it must be proportionate to act. But ~the acts received 15 1, 76 | body. For matter must be proportionate to the form. But the ~intellectual 16 1, 76 | essentially, as to ~its proper and proportionate perfectible; but to the 17 1, 76 | as of its primary ~and proportionate perfectible.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 76 | is the soul's primary and proportionate perfectible. Thus the ~soul 19 1, 77 | intrinsic to a thing, are proportionate to its principle and ~end.~ 20 1, 57 | God made every creature proportionate to the universe which ~He 21 1, 74 | receptive of act, it must be proportionate to act. But ~the acts received 22 1, 75 | body. For matter must be proportionate to the form. But the ~intellectual 23 1, 75 | essentially, as to ~its proper and proportionate perfectible; but to the 24 1, 75 | as of its primary ~and proportionate perfectible.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 75 | is the soul's primary and proportionate perfectible. Thus the ~soul 26 1, 76 | intrinsic to a thing, are proportionate to its principle and ~end.~ 27 1, 79 | because the motive must be proportionate to the ~movable, and the 28 1, 82 | appetitive powers must be proportionate to the ~apprehensive powers, 29 1, 83 | intellect's proper and ~proportionate object is the nature of 30 1, 84 | object of knowledge is ~proportionate to the power of knowledge. 31 1, 86 | primary matter ~except as proportionate to form, as is stated Phys. 32 1, 89 | OBJ 3: Further, the end is proportionate to the beginning. But in 33 1, 94 | great sums ~therein. But in proportionate degree the widow gave more, 34 1, 94 | But if we ~consider the proportionate degree, a greater reason 35 1, 94 | merit ~according to the proportionate degree of the work done, 36 1, 102 | iii, ~3. And every act is proportionate to that of which it is an 37 1, 104 | Whom the ultimate end ~is proportionate; just as in human affairs 38 1, 107 | property, if it is adequate and proportionate to its nature: by excess ~ 39 2, 7 | directed to an end should be proportionate to ~that end. But acts are 40 2, 7 | that end. But acts are made proportionate to an end by means of a 41 2, 8 | OBJ 3: Further, habits are proportionate to powers, since they are ~ 42 2, 10 | one thing corresponding, ~proportionate, however, to that nature. 43 2, 16 | things ~that are naturally proportionate to a certain end, are said 44 2, 16 | there the will becomes fully proportionate, by willing the ~means fully. 45 2, 19 | the good understood is the proportionate object of the ~will; while 46 2, 19 | sensitive or imaginary good is proportionate not to the will ~but to 47 2, 19 | intended end not being proportionate to that end; for instance, 48 2, 19 | will an object ~that is not proportionate to the intended end: and 49 2, 19 | so great a good, is ~not proportionate to that good.~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 19 | of some particular good, ~proportionate to that nature. Now a thing 51 2, 27 | good, which is akin and proportionate ~to it. It follows, therefore, 52 2, 28 | love, other effects ensue, ~proportionate to the above, in respect 53 2, 30 | taken in a ~certain way, is proportionate to reason. In fact the universal 54 2, 32 | in so far as they are ~proportionate and connatural to the agent. 55 2, 32 | is ~finite, operation is proportionate thereto according to a certain ~ 56 2, 32 | measure, it will be no longer ~proportionate or pleasant, but, on the 57 2, 37 | in everything matter is proportionate to form. Consequently those ~ 58 2, 44 | Both of these are ~mutually proportionate; and consequently the bodily 59 2, 48 | passions of the soul is proportionate to the movement ~of the 60 2, 56 | will is the good of reason proportionate to the will, in respect 61 2, 62 | above (Q[5], A[5]). One is ~proportionate to human nature, a happiness, 62 2, 62 | that these virtues are ~proportionate to man in respect of the 63 2, 63 | that, Effects must needs be proportionate to their causes and ~principles. 64 2, 63 | actions: but such are not proportionate to the theological ~virtues. 65 2, 63 | immediately, others that are proportionate to these virtues.~Aquin.: 66 2, 68 | whatever is moved must be proportionate to its ~mover: and the perfection 67 2, 68 | whereby the mobile is made proportionate to its mover: thus we see 68 2, 81 | gout. Now since the body is proportionate to the soul, and ~since 69 2, 85 | 3) Further, matter is proportionate to form, and everything 70 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 1: Punishment is proportionate to sin in point of severity, ~ 71 2, 87 | answer that, Punishment is proportionate to sin. Now sin comprises 72 2, 87 | stated above (A[4]), is proportionate to the ~fault. Now eternal 73 2, 91 | other end than that which is proportionate to his natural ~faculty, 74 2, 91 | higher than ~that which is proportionate to their natural powers: 75 2, 92 | good, unless he be well ~proportionate to the common good: nor 76 2, 92 | consistent ~unless its parts be proportionate to it. Consequently the 77 2, 94 | virtuous for ~some, as being proportionate and becoming to them, while 78 2, 95 | measured must have a form proportionate to its rule and ~measure. 79 2, 95 | religion," inasmuch as it is ~proportionate to the Divine law; that 80 2, 95 | discipline," ~inasmuch as it is proportionate to the nature law; and that 81 2, 95 | weal," inasmuch as it is proportionate to the utility of ~mankind.~ 82 2, 96 | is for an end should be proportionate to that ~end. Now the end 83 2, 96 | Hence human laws should be ~proportionate to the common good. Now 84 2, 96 | laws as these, which impose proportionate burdens, are just and ~binding 85 2, 101 | conduce to an end should be ~proportionate to that end. But the ceremonial 86 2, 102 | view of the end should be proportionate ~to the end. From this it 87 2, 102 | 2: Further, an effect is proportionate to its cause. But all the ~ 88 2, 109 | could wish and do the good proportionate to his nature, such ~as 89 2, 109 | force, but only such as is proportionate ~to its power. Now everlasting 90 2, 109 | produce meritorious works ~proportionate to everlasting life; and 91 2, 109 | itself to its ~befitting and proportionate condition; but without exterior 92 2, 113 | may be said to be great in proportionate ~quantity, and thus the 93 2, 16 | Now an effect must be proportionate to its cause. Wherefore 94 2, 16 | infinite ~good, which is proportionate to the power of our divine 95 2, 16 | towards its own term which is proportionate to ~the subject moved. Therefore 96 2, 21 | hope for the good which is ~proportionate to human nature; but for 97 2, 23 | another, the second is ~proportionate to the first: thus we find 98 2, 23 | things that the form ~is proportionate to the matter, and in gratuitous 99 2, 23 | gratuitous gifts, that glory is ~proportionate to grace. Now, since charity 100 2, 25 | obligation to love a person is proportionate to ~the gravity of the sin 101 2, 25 | inclination in each thing is proportionate to the act or movement that 102 2, 25 | of charity, must needs be proportionate to those actions which ~ 103 2, 25 | that, Every act should be proportionate both to its object and ~ 104 2, 26 | take their mode from being ~proportionate to the end. Hence, according 105 2, 31 | act in so far as it is ~proportionate to the end. Consequently 106 2, 47 | because principles must be proportionate ~to their conclusions, and " 107 2, 53 | is not superfluous but proportionate; hence Jerome says on Mt. 108 2, 56 | that operation is duly ~proportionate to another person, wherefore 109 2, 56 | thing we use by it is ~made proportionate to some other person to 110 2, 59 | and in a quantity that is proportionate to the ~importance of the 111 2, 59 | according to a certain ~proportionate commensuration, for which 112 2, 61 | that what you give him is ~proportionate or due to him, but the fact 113 2, 61 | 2: Persons are rendered proportionate to and worthy of things ~ 114 2, 77 | Matth.). Now ~punishment is proportionate to fault. Therefore the 115 2, 79 | the order of ~precepts is proportionate to the order of virtues, 116 2, 90 | of excess in respect of proportionate ~quantity, in so far, to 117 2, 91 | proportion, ~through not being proportionate to its end. Now the end 118 2, 100 | honor or worship should be proportionate ~to the person to whom it 119 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, proportionate repayment belongs to commutative 120 2, 104 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Proportionate repayment belongs to commutative 121 2, 115 | iv, 1): "Liberality is proportionate ~to a man's substance," 122 2, 131 | makes a man exceed what is proportionate to his ~power, by striving 123 2, 131 | man ~fall short of what is proportionate to his power, by refusing 124 2, 131 | without doubt their guilt is proportionate to the good they might have ~ 125 2, 132 | doing of a great work, ~proportionate expenditure is necessary, 126 2, 132 | magnificent work with equal," i.e. proportionate, ~"expenditure." Now expenditure 127 2, 133 | by spending more than is proportionate to his work. This vice ~ 128 2, 138 | wherefore they should be proportionate to ~them. Therefore the 129 2, 139 | man tends to that which is proportionate ~to him, but not as denoting 130 2, 149 | temperance. Now pleasures are proportionate to the actions whose ~perfections 131 2, 150 | should ~be used in a measure proportionate to that end. Again, man' 132 2, 150 | external goods in a measure proportionate to the ~body, and in like 133 2, 153 | subject of a virtue should be proportionate to the ~virtue's matter. 134 2, 160 | should tend to that which ~is proportionate to him. Therefore it is 135 2, 161 | Further, punishment is proportionate to guilt. Now the sin of 136 2, 162 | road. Such a defect is not proportionate to the sin, nor does a ~ 137 2, 163 | in any genus should be ~proportionate to all that follow it in 138 2, 169 | Accordingly manifestation must be proportionate to the light by ~means of 139 2, 169 | place, even as an effect is proportionate to its ~cause. Since then 140 2, 187 | whereby the observances ~are proportionate to the due end. Secondly, 141 3, 5 | since the effect must be proportionate to the cause. The third 142 3, 35 | OBJ 2: Further, the end is proportionate to the beginning. But Christ ~ 143 3, 44 | that, The means should be proportionate to the end. Now Christ ~ 144 3, 46 | embraced the ~amount of pain proportionate to the magnitude of the 145 3, 49 | suffices than one that is ~proportionate to the sin.~Aquin.: SMT 146 3, 62 | effects. Now such power is proportionate to the ~instrument: and 147 3, 64 | sensible ~sacraments, which are proportionate to their nature, angels 148 3, 89 | penitent's movement may be proportionate sometimes to a greater grace ~ 149 Suppl, 2 | The medicine should be proportionate to the disease. ~Now we 150 Suppl, 2 | contrition ought to be ~proportionate not only to his past act, 151 Suppl, 3 | displeasure at a thing should be ~proportionate to the degree of its malice. 152 Suppl, 4 | But that punishment is proportionate ~to sin chiefly on the part 153 Suppl, 6 | wherefore they ~ought to be proportionate to faith. Now faith surpasses 154 Suppl, 13| but he can, if it ~denote proportionate equality, as explained above, 155 Suppl, 24| For an effect should be ~proportionate to its cause. Now the cause 156 Suppl, 25| quantity of an effect is ~proportionate to the quantity of the cause. 157 Suppl, 25| understand this to ~mean a help proportionate to the giver: and in so 158 Suppl, 25| remission, as ~stated above, is proportionate, not to the toil, but to 159 Suppl, 34| OBJ 2: Power must needs be proportionate to the purpose for which ~ 160 Suppl, 36| that, A cause should be proportionate to its effect. And ~consequently 161 Suppl, 59| the sake of the end are proportionate to the end, the marriage 162 Suppl, 65| to render those actions proportionate to their end, whether such ~ 163 Suppl, 65| genus or species is rendered proportionate to the ~end. Now since man, 164 Suppl, 67| to some individual, it is proportionate with the good of the offspring ~ 165 Suppl, 71| diminished not by equal but by proportionate quantities, for instance 166 Suppl, 71| by the second an equally ~proportionate part of the remainder. But 167 Suppl, 72| proper ~mover, it has a body proportionate to it: so that the body 168 Suppl, 78| again to be of a ~quantity proportionate to the natural power which 169 Suppl, 78| that quantity must needs be proportionate to the power ~which will 170 Suppl, 78| raised from the dead is ~not proportionate to the restoring power, 171 Suppl, 79| contrary, Reward should be proportionate to merit. Now some of ~the 172 Suppl, 79| angle, the angle must be ~proportionate to the distance of the object 173 Suppl, 80| the extremes, but to the proportionate mean, according as is most ~ 174 Suppl, 81| instantaneously, but in a fixed time proportionate to the power of the ~mover 175 Suppl, 81| whole movement as being proportionate to the moving ~power in 176 Suppl, 81| quantity of time must be proportionate to the power of the mover 177 Suppl, 82| visible object should be proportionate ~to the sight. But a non-glorified 178 Suppl, 82| non-glorified eye is not proportionate to see the ~clarity of glory, 179 Suppl, 82| by reason of its species, proportionate to ~the sight, so too will 180 Suppl, 83| sensible object is duly proportionate to the ~sense, it pleases, 181 Suppl, 89| say that ~matter should be proportionate to its form. In this sense 182 Suppl, 89| finite, being described as proportionate to the ~vision of the Divine 183 Suppl, 89| about, for ~sense is not proportionate to the knowledge of the 184 Suppl, 89| immaterial, as the ~intellect is proportionate to the knowledge of any 185 Suppl, 89| active intellect is a form proportionate to the ~passive intellect; 186 Suppl, 89| passive power of matter is proportionate ~to the power of the natural 187 Suppl, 89| Divine essence is not a form proportionate to ~our intellect in this 188 Appen1, 1| that, Punishment should be proportionate to fault, according to ~ 189 Appen1, 1| things which in some way are proportionate to our ~capability; and


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