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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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diminish

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | anything of His ~excellence diminish when God delivered Him up 2 1, 48 | sin ~does not necessarily diminish the above mentioned aptitude 3 1, 49 | sin ~does not necessarily diminish the above mentioned aptitude 4 2, 18 | Nevertheless it can ~aggravate or diminish the sin. The same applies 5 2, 24 | moral act depends, ~they diminish the goodness of the act; 6 2, 38 | Therefore they do not diminish sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 7 2, 42 | for the same reason, to diminish fear, since fear is ~about 8 2, 42 | increases ~hope, so does it diminish fear.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] 9 2, 53 | 1/1~Whether a habit can diminish?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 10 2, 53 | seem that a habit cannot diminish. Because a habit is a ~simple 11 2, 53 | habit can be lost it cannot diminish.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 12 2, 53 | it seems that it can also diminish.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 13 2, 53 | 1~I answer that, Habits diminish, just as they increase, 14 2, 53 | engenders them, so too they diminish by the ~same cause as that 15 2, 53 | certain habits increase or diminish by a kind of addition, as 16 2, 73 | violence, fear, or the like), diminish the gravity of sin, even ~ 17 2, 73 | gravity of sin, even ~as they diminish its voluntariness; and so 18 2, 76 | that ignorance does not diminish a sin. For that ~which is 19 2, 76 | common to all sins does not diminish sin. Now ignorance is ~common 20 2, 76 | Therefore ignorance does not diminish sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] 21 2, 76 | Therefore it does not ~diminish a sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 22 2, 76 | does not both aggravate and diminish sin. ~Now ignorance aggravates 23 2, 76 | Therefore ignorance does not ~diminish sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] 24 2, 76 | kind of ignorance does not diminish ~sin, but increases it: 25 2, 76 | Therefore ignorance does not ~diminish sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] 26 2, 76 | voluntary, ignorance can diminish sin, ~in so far as it diminishes 27 2, 76 | altogether involuntary) does not diminish a sin, but does away with 28 2, 77 | Therefore passion does not diminish sin, but increases ~it.~ 29 2, 77 | sinful act, it must ~needs diminish the sin: because the act 30 2, 77 | consequent passion does not diminish a sin, but ~increases it; 31 2, 85 | would seem that sin does not diminish the good of nature. For ~ 32 2, 85 | Therefore neither does sin diminish the good of human nature.~ 33 2, 85 | sins, does not, by his sin, diminish the good ~of his nature.~ 34 2, 85 | Therefore sin does not ~diminish the good of nature, since 35 2, 85 | good of nature, since to diminish is to act.~Aquin.: SMT FS 36 2, 85 | subsequent sin does not diminish the good of nature less 37 2, 85 | sin, because sin does not diminish nature, as stated above ( 38 2, 2 | human reasoning seems to diminish ~the measure of the virtue 39 2, 2 | support of matters of faith diminish the merit of faith.~Aquin.: 40 2, 2 | reasons in ~support of faith diminish the merit of faith. ~Aquin.: 41 2, 2 | Therefore ~reason does not diminish the merit of faith.~Aquin.: 42 2, 2 | wherefore such reasons do not diminish the merit or ~the measure 43 2, 2 | the articles ~of faith, diminish,' etc.], but not of the 44 2, 2 | of the articles of faith, diminish ~the measure of faith, since 45 2, 2 | be seen, yet ~they do not diminish the measure of charity, 46 2, 2 | to faith, do not always diminish the ~promptness of the will 47 2, 2 | therefore they do not always ~diminish the merit of faith.~ 48 2, 20 | presumptuous, and this does not diminish, ~but increases sin. To 49 2, 23 | 10) Whether charity can diminish?~(11) Whether charity can 50 2, 23 | of sin. Hence He does not diminish charity except by way of ~ 51 2, 23 | But mortal ~sin does not diminish charity, in either of these 52 2, 23 | neither can venial sin diminish charity either ~effectively 53 2, 23 | the ~principles, do not diminish the certitude of the principles. 54 2, 23 | yet this cupidity cannot diminish charity, for the reason ~ 55 2, 26 | for His own sake does not diminish the merit, but is the entire ~ 56 2, 58 | right, so neither can it diminish or annul its force, because 57 2, 64 | to sin secretly tends to diminish a ~sin, just as, on the 58 2, 64 | In ~this way it does not diminish sin, but constitutes a species 59 2, 71 | detract is to subtract, or to diminish something ~already existing. 60 2, 108 | things that aggravate or diminish the sin of lying, ~on the 61 2, 108 | or not this increase or diminish their ~gravity: and in this 62 2, 154 | ignorance, the more does it diminish or entirely excuse the sin, 63 3, 1 | words, not as if wishing to diminish Christ's gifts, ~ample as 64 Suppl, 14| without charity do ~not diminish the measure of guilt. Neither, 65 Suppl, 14| are ~unable to remove or diminish guilt. Secondly, so that 66 Suppl, 14| thus the aforesaid works diminish the pain of ~hell - first 67 Suppl, 15| the will, this does not diminish the merit, ~but increases 68 Suppl, 55| length of time does not ~diminish sin but increases it": nor 69 Suppl, 71| be of equal worth, should diminish the punishment less than 70 Suppl, 71| offered ~by the living do not diminish the punishment of purgatory.~ 71 Suppl, 72| alterations of the elements, which diminish ~their purity: wherefore 72 Suppl, 81| yet movement will nowise diminish their happiness which ~consists 73 Suppl, 84| done, and this ~will not diminish their pain; indeed, it will 74 Suppl, 86| Nor does this in any way diminish the punishment ~of the demons, 75 Appen1, 2| concupiscence; nor ~does it diminish it in its root but in its 76 Appen1, 2| said, for this reason, to diminish ~concupiscence, or to calm 77 Appen1, 2| that the aforesaid defect diminish concupiscence ~radically, 78 Appen1, 2| they neither ~destroy nor diminish charity, according to which


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