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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | measure, and number, and ~weight" (Wis. 11:21). And to these 2 1, 5 | gives it its species, and weight gives it rest and ~stability." 3 1, 5 | and order are caused by weight, number and ~measure, as 4 1, 5 | not every good ~thing has weight, number and measure; for 5 1, 5 | been created in number, weight and ~measure." Therefore 6 1, 5 | form; and this belongs to weight and order. ~Hence the essence 7 1, 5 | as being without number, ~weight and measure, not absolutely, 8 1, 7 | measure, and number, and weight" (Wis. 11:21).~Aquin.: SMT 9 1, 22 | was the reason that had ~weight with Tully, who withdrew 10 1, 45 | those three, "number," "weight," and "measure," mentioned 11 1, 45 | refers to the species, "weight" refers to the ~order. And 12 1, 61 | Christian doctrine is of such weight that no one has ever raised ~ 13 1, 62 | hindered from so doing by the weight of the body; consequently 14 1, 63 | argument seems to have the more weight which is ~drawn from the 15 1, 65 | for us . . . an eternal weight of glory."~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 1, 46 | those three, "number," "weight," and "measure," mentioned 17 1, 46 | refers to the species, "weight" refers to the ~order. And 18 1, 62 | Christian doctrine is of such weight that no one has ever raised ~ 19 1, 63 | hindered from so doing by the weight of the body; consequently 20 1, 64 | argument seems to have the more weight which is ~drawn from the 21 1, 66 | for us . . . an eternal weight of glory."~Aquin.: SMT FP 22 1, 88 | intelligence, since the weight and care of the body is ~ 23 1, 114 | The ~proof taken from the weight of bodies is not to the 24 1, 114 | quantity does not cause weight; as is proved (De ~Coelo 25 1, 114 | Secondly, it is false that weight retards ~movement; on the 26 2, 1 | disposes all things "in number, weight and measure."~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 18 | good consists in "number, ~weight, and measure" (FP, Q[5], 28 2, 26 | centre, is by reason of its ~weight and may be called "natural 29 2, 26 | the generated body both ~weight and the movement resulting 30 2, 26 | movement resulting from weight: so that weight, from being ~ 31 2, 26 | resulting from weight: so that weight, from being ~the principle 32 2, 26 | that body ~by reason of its weight, can, in a way, be called " 33 2, 32 | appreciation receives greater weight from the testimony of good 34 2, 34 | experience is of great ~weight, example moves more than 35 2, 37 | his own movement by some weight. Now it is ~evident from 36 2, 38 | depressing effect, it is like a weight whereof we strive to unburden ~ 37 2, 38 | it ~were, to lessen its weight; wherefore the load of sorrow 38 2, 63 | Boni. iii) or in "number, weight, ~and measure," as expressed 39 2, 85 | velocity, which has the greater weight according to the property ~ 40 2, 97 | necessaries of life in due weight and measure. ~Accordingly 41 2, 100 | in measure, number and weight." Much more therefore did 42 2, 109 | away by repentance, ~by its weight drags us down to other sins": 43 2, 111 | his words would have no weight. Thirdly, ~he must be capable 44 2, 1 | it does not carry much ~weight. Yet even then it could 45 2, 68 | their evidence is of no weight, ~because if they disagree 46 2, 68 | makes their evidence of more weight than that ~of many witnesses. 47 2, 96 | premises are of greater weight, since ~they are in the 48 2, 142 | An attestation receives weight from its effect by reason 49 2, 142 | better men carries more weight since they have a ~more 50 2, 153 | appreciable according to weight.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 51 2, 159 | of justice, ~but by the weight and size of pride."~Aquin.: 52 2, 160 | nature is always of greater weight than that which ~belongs 53 2, 162 | all ~things, "in number, weight, and measure [*Vulg.: 'Thou 54 2, 162 | measure, and number, and weight.']" (Wis. 11:21).~Aquin.: 55 2, 178 | his own deficiency and the weight of ~his corruptible body, 56 2, 178 | yet through my grievous weight I sink down ~again." Again, 57 2, 179 | of contemplation by ~the weight of the body. Hence Gregory 58 2, 184 | silver which are measured by weight [*'Pondere,' ~referring 59 2, 186 | much wealth increases the weight of care, which is a great 60 2, 187 | when built receive not the ~weight of the beams until the new 61 2, 187 | should be burdened with weight before they are seasoned 62 3, 2 | the reason which was of weight with ~such as denied the 63 3, 7 | in measure and number and weight." Therefore the grace of 64 3, 7 | ordered all things in ~number, weight and measure." And it is 65 3, 19 | unstable waters bearing up the weight of bodily feet." Now it 66 3, 28 | unstable waters bearing the weight of earthly feet."~Aquin.: 67 3, 29 | reason seems to ~have no weight, for if she were not espoused, 68 3, 45 | unstable waters ~bearing the weight of material and earthly 69 3, 46 | and feet; moreover, the weight of the suspended ~body intensifies 70 3, 51 | about a ~hundred pounds weight," as recorded by John (19: 71 3, 54 | rarity and ~density follow weight and lightness, heat and 72 3, 83 | sacrament ~is of greater weight than the precept of receiving 73 Suppl, 9 | consists ~in giving greater weight to greater sins. The second 74 Suppl, 12| future time is of ~greater weight than compensation for the 75 Suppl, 14| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: By its weight, one sin drags us down to 76 Suppl, 52| a way as to increase the weight ~of the marriage burden, 77 Suppl, 71| pro Mort. i): "Of no small weight is ~the authority of the 78 Appen1, 2| is not held back by the weight of ~the body, and because,


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