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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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capacity

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | everything according to the capacity of its nature. Now it ~is 2 1, 32 | according to its own mode and capacity it should receive ~the divine 3 1, 43 | perceived according to the capacity ~of the soul, whether journeying 4 1, 62 | it is beyond the natural ~capacity of the power. Thus, if it 5 1, 62 | such end ~is beyond the capacity of the agent striving to 6 1, 62 | work is beyond his natural capacity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 7 1, 75 | existence is limited by the capacity of the ~participator; so 8 1, 76 | as it ~exceeds the entire capacity of the body, namely the 9 1, 43 | perceived according to the capacity ~of the soul, whether journeying 10 1, 63 | it is beyond the natural ~capacity of the power. Thus, if it 11 1, 63 | such end ~is beyond the capacity of the agent striving to 12 1, 63 | work is beyond his natural capacity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 13 1, 74 | existence is limited by the capacity of the ~participator; so 14 1, 75 | as it ~exceeds the entire capacity of the body, namely the 15 1, 81 | movable, so that ~its entire capacity is subject to the mover. 16 1, 81 | to the mover. But as the capacity of the ~will regards the 17 1, 81 | universal and perfect good, its capacity is not ~subjected to any 18 1, 84 | matter according to matter's capacity: thus because some men have 19 1, 85 | an infinite ~power has a capacity for an infinite object. 20 1, 89 | subsistent, and exceeds the ~capacity of corporeal matter, as 21 1, 90 | them according to their capacity: "God's works are perfect" ( 22 1, 92 | intellectual creature, which has a capacity for the highest good. Or ~ 23 1, 93 | effects, according to His ~capacity. Again, we must remark that 24 1, 93 | time ~according to their capacity. Therefore neither did Adam 25 1, 94 | deed is more ~beyond the capacity of one who works with difficulty 26 1, 96 | rational soul surpasses the capacity of corporeal matter, as 27 1, 96 | a manner surpassing the capacity ~of corporeal matter.~Aquin.: 28 1, 104 | to ~us, and exceeds the capacity of our intellect. Therefore 29 1, 104 | Whereas He alone fills the capacity of the will, and ~moves 30 1, 107 | gifts according to the ~capacity of their natural gifts; 31 1, 110 | truth according to ~the capacity of the inferior angel, as 32 2, 2 | rational soul excels the capacity of corporeal matter, that 33 2, 2 | to a good surpassing ~his capacity. Since then man's capacity 34 2, 2 | capacity. Since then man's capacity does not include that good 35 2, 5 | things that have a natural capacity for the perfect ~good, one 36 2, 56 | a good that exceeds its capacity, whether as regards the ~ 37 2, 62 | happiness surpasses the capacity of human nature, man's ~ 38 2, 62 | act well according to his ~capacity, do not suffice to direct 39 2, 62 | appetite according to the capacity of human nature; the theological ~ 40 2, 62 | things which are above the capacity of ~human nature surpass 41 2, 63 | does not ~extend beyond the capacity of nature. Consequently 42 2, 69 | beatitudes according to the ~capacity of the multitude, who know 43 2, 91 | proportionately to the capacity of human nature. But to 44 2, 91 | had been led to a ~greater capacity for Divine things.~Aquin.: 45 2, 93 | law according to his ~own capacity, in the way explained above, 46 2, 101 | except in ~proportion to his capacity: else he would be in danger 47 2, 1 | condescends to the disciple's capacity and ~instructs him little 48 2, 5 | according to the greater capacity of intellect.~ 49 2, 8 | creatures according to ~their capacity and mode, as Dionysius states ( 50 2, 10 | authority over them in any capacity whatever.~Aquin.: SMT SS 51 2, 19 | which he had ~no natural capacity for obtaining, or which 52 2, 23 | infused according to the capacity of our natural gifts?~(4) 53 2, 23 | infused according to the capacity of our natural gifts?~Aquin.: 54 2, 23 | infused according to the capacity ~of our natural gifts. For 55 2, 23 | it ~is compared to the capacity of nature as second to first. 56 2, 23 | infused according to the capacity of nature.~Aquin.: SMT SS 57 2, 23 | according to their natural capacity, as the Master teaches ( 58 2, 23 | according to our natural capacity, but according as the ~Spirit 59 2, 23 | condition of nature nor on the capacity of natural ~virtue, but 60 2, 23 | Further, no form surpasses the capacity of its subject. But the ~ 61 2, 23 | of its subject. But the ~capacity of the rational creature 62 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The capacity of the rational creature 63 2, 24 | trace does not confer the capacity ~for everlasting life, whereas 64 2, 24 | things as have a natural ~capacity for everlasting life; wherefore 65 2, 24 | has from God, he has a ~capacity for happiness, on the fellowship 66 2, 25 | that end according to his capacity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 67 2, 42 | image of God, and as to the capacity for glory. Nor does it ~ 68 2, 159 | that which ~surpasses his capacity. Hence knowledge of one' 69 2, 165 | know the truth above the capacity of his ~own intelligence, 70 2, 185 | this "not so much in his capacity of teacher as on account 71 3, 6 | only inasmuch as it has a capacity for God, being in His likeness: 72 3, 7 | Christ ~according to the capacity of the creature and not 73 3, 7 | creature having a ~finite capacity; hence the being of grace 74 3, 9 | is a form exceeding the ~capacity of any creature whatsoever. 75 3, 10 | be infinite, because its capacity ~is finite, since it is 76 3, 10 | Christ, since it has a finite capacity, attains to, but does ~not 77 3, 15 | appetite ~have a natural capacity to be obedient to reason; 78 3, 42 | them . . . ~but that by the capacity of the readers they could 79 3, 54 | according ~to the subject's capacity. Therefore, since glory 80 3, 57 | things according to their capacity, and as God disposes. ~Now 81 3, 69 | matter according to its capacity. Therefore, since ~some 82 3, 69 | even children, have greater capacity for natural ~gifts than 83 3, 69 | The various degrees of capacity in men arise, not from a ~ 84 3, 69 | according to their diverse ~capacity for natural gifts, but not 85 Suppl, 13| will be according to ~the capacity of those who see Him. Wherefore 86 Suppl, 64| is ~the head in its own capacity bound to the members: and


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