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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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surpass

   Part, Question
1 1, 83 | Further, an effect does not surpass the power of its cause. 2 1, 90 | changes; but not ~changes that surpass the order of nature, and 3 1, 104 | Acts 5:15). Nor do they surpass the faculty of nature; as 4 1, 111 | superior incorporeal natures surpass all corporeal natures ~in 5 1, 114 | nature of an accident to surpass its ~subject in acting, 6 1, 114 | in acting, but it is to surpass it in being; unless indeed 7 2, 5 | supreme good. But nothing can surpass ~the supreme. Therefore 8 2, 28 | comprehend things ~that surpass sense and reason: or it 9 2, 41 | consists in external things may surpass ~man's faculty of resistance 10 2, 52 | intensity of the ~habit, or even surpass it, every such act either 11 2, 61 | things, one species may surpass ~another in rank and perfection, 12 2, 62 | these theological virtues surpass the ~nature of man. Secondly, 13 2, 62 | same things so far as they surpass human reason.~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 62 | capacity of ~human nature surpass all virtue that is in proportion 15 2, 64 | the ~theological virtues surpass the others in goodness. 16 2, 66 | another in one virtue, ~would surpass him in all the others. But 17 2, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The gifts surpass the ordinary perfection 18 2, 68 | of works (as the counsels surpass the ~commandments), but 19 2, 71 | us in many things that ~surpass human reason, e.g. in matters 20 2, 72 | the order of ~God, which surpass the human reason, such as 21 2, 74 | united to the reason; thus we surpass ~other animals in the sensitive 22 2, 95 | opinions ~of persons who surpass us in experience, age and 23 2, 109 | things, but only in some that surpass his natural ~knowledge. 24 2, 109 | only for such things as surpass natural ~knowledge.~Aquin.: 25 2, 111 | graces, but only those that ~surpass the power of nature - e.g. 26 2, 114 | and liberality infinitely surpass human ~mercy and liberality. 27 2, 2 | Now matters of faith, ~surpass man's natural reason, since 28 2, 2 | revelation: for matters of faith surpass natural reason. Now Divine ~ 29 2, 6 | things which are of faith surpass human reason, ~hence they 30 2, 8 | the mind in matters ~which surpass natural reason. Now human 31 2, 8 | intellect is concerned, do not surpass natural reason, which is ~ 32 2, 9 | gifts of the ~Holy Ghost surpass the natural faculty. But 33 2, 23 | OBJ 2: The form does not surpass the proportion of the matter. 34 2, 23 | contrary, The effect does not surpass the power of its cause. 35 2, 30 | spiritual things ~infinitely surpass corporal things, but he 36 2, 34 | whom he wishes to rival or surpass in reputation. ~But this 37 2, 34 | mind, endeavors to rival or surpass ~in reputation those who 38 2, 34 | he ~strives to rival or surpass. For it is against our will 39 2, 34 | such ~matters, unless he surpass him by little, for then 40 2, 86 | contemplation and prayer, far ~surpass the goods of the body and 41 2, 104 | repayment of gratitude should surpass the favor received?~Aquin.: 42 2, 104 | repayment of gratitude to ~surpass the favor received. For 43 2, 104 | of ~gratitude should not surpass the favor received.~Aquin.: 44 2, 107 | since they seem to wish to surpass others: whereas those who 45 2, 115 | belongs to ~a liberal man to surpass in giving."~Aquin.: SMT 46 2, 127 | since his aims do not surpass his deserts.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 127 | wit, as it is deemed ~to surpass the ability of the one who 48 2, 128 | movement of fire, which surpass ~the active power of air. 49 2, 128 | Divine and immortal things surpass man according to the ~order 50 2, 128 | of small things, if they surpass his ability. ~Therefore 51 2, 169 | human reason, which they surpass as regards the operation 52 2, 169 | comprises those things which surpass the knowledge of ~all men 53 2, 170 | things ~which naturally surpass human knowledge. Consequently 54 2, 171 | intelligible truths that surpass his intellect, since for 55 2, 184 | Now the copy should not surpass the example. Therefore ~ 56 2, 186 | spiritual works of mercy surpass corporal works of ~mercy. 57 2, 186 | other religious order might ~surpass it in matters relating to 58 3, 39 | on heavenly things, which surpass the senses and human ~reason. 59 3, 43 | things which are of faith surpass human reason, they cannot ~ 60 3, 44 | miracles are ~such as to far surpass the works of nature in splendor 61 3, 77 | because an effect ~cannot surpass its cause. But all the sacramental 62 Suppl, 42| case it would in no respect surpass the sacraments of the Old 63 Suppl, 72| of fire and water ~which surpass the others in activity, 64 Suppl, 76| that man would be said to surpass other animals ~in intelligence, 65 Suppl, 77| his life to the end would surpass ~the quantity due to his 66 Suppl, 80| the properties of glory surpass the properties of nature, 67 Suppl, 81| non-glorified soul, it does not surpass it ~infinitely, because 68 Suppl, 83| suffering, seemingly, will surpass all present ~bodily pain, 69 Suppl, 83| the joy of the saints will surpass all present joy. ~Now in 70 Suppl, 88| which by their huge bulk surpass ~the size of man almost 71 Suppl, 88| the heavenly bodies far surpass the human body, yet ~the 72 Suppl, 88| bodies far more than these ~surpass the human body. Hence it 73 Suppl, 89| informed now, it does not surpass the Divine essence, which ~ 74 Suppl, 93| continence, so does ~virginity surpass widowhood. But the excess 75 Suppl, 93| external, so pains of touch surpass all other pains. Consequently 76 Suppl, 93| of ~comparison. and they surpass the sufferings of martyrdom 77 Appen1, 2| Whether the pains of Purgatory surpass all the temporal pains of 78 Appen1, 2| pains of Purgatory do not surpass all the ~temporal pains


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