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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exalted

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | spoke thus to designate some exalted intellectual contemplation, ~ 2 1, 51 | which asserts that God is exalted above all things, ~according 3 1, 51 | 2: "Thy magnificence is exalted beyond the heavens"; ~Origen, 4 1, 55 | are some things of a more exalted nature, ~because they are 5 1, 61 | higher angels, as having an exalted and universal power ~over 6 1, 63 | is this unfitting in any exalted ~creature; because the intellectual 7 1, 68 | authority than the most exalted human intellect. ~Hence, 8 1, 52 | which asserts that God is exalted above all things, ~according 9 1, 52 | 2: "Thy magnificence is exalted beyond the heavens"; ~Origen, 10 1, 56 | are some things of a more exalted nature, ~because they are 11 1, 62 | higher angels, as having an exalted and universal power ~over 12 1, 64 | is this unfitting in any exalted ~creature; because the intellectual 13 1, 69 | authority than the most exalted human intellect. ~Hence, 14 1, 95 | innocence was not ~more exalted than the condition of the 15 1, 112 | them hath He blessed and exalted, and some of them hath He 16 2, 19 | 55:9: "As the heavens are exalted above the earth, so are 17 2, 19 | the earth, so are My ways ~exalted above your ways, and My 18 2, 68 | its mover. Hence ~the more exalted the mover, the more perfect 19 2, 68 | is evident that the more ~exalted the mover, the more excellent 20 2, 108 | them. But it did promise exalted honors and abundant riches; 21 2, 111 | proper gift of the ~more exalted members of the Church. Hence 22 2, 8 | penetrates certain more exalted ~things." But the practical 23 2, 8 | intellect is occupied, not with exalted, but ~with inferior things, 24 2, 8 | concerned are not ~surpassingly exalted considered in themselves, 25 2, 8 | Divine happiness, they are ~exalted so that they can be the 26 2, 25 | which respect he is a more exalted good and more like God.~ 27 2, 25 | consider which is the more exalted good, the son naturally 28 2, 25 | and ~considered as a more exalted good.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] 29 2, 43 | things (by both knowing more exalted ~mysteries and being able 30 2, 71 | those who have been unduly exalted through the flattery of 31 2, 73 | and against whom hast thou exalted thy voice?" ~and he replies: " 32 2, 79 | to the ~true God, Who is "exalted above all gods" [*Ps. 94: 33 2, 81 | is most becoming to their exalted position that they should ~ 34 2, 150 | their glory, but no less exalted is their ~vocation. They 35 2, 159 | Lord, my heart ~is not exalted, nor are my eyes lofty." 36 2, 159 | to God, the more is one exalted in God's ~sight. Hence Augustine 37 2, 159 | justice ~is either the most exalted of all the virtues, or includes 38 2, 159 | humbleth himself shall ~be exalted" (Lk. 14:11). Therefore 39 2, 159 | is written: 'He shall be exalted.' And do not imagine that ~ 40 2, 160 | whereas Thou alone art God exalted over all." Therefore pride 41 2, 185 | not that the poor may be exalted to ~pride; since it is altogether 42 3, 6 | Word is prior to and more exalted than the ~human nature, 43 3, 6 | human nature, the more exalted any part of the human nature 44 3, 19 | which cause God also hath exalted Him." Therefore by ~obeying 45 3, 24 | so great, so ~lofty, so exalted a position, that it would 46 3, 30 | But the ~Mother of God is exalted above all the angels. Therefore 47 3, 41 | humiliation, whereby he is exalted by reason of spiritual good. ~ 48 3, 42 | death of the cross, God hath exalted Him . . . ~that in the name 49 3, 46 | merited the glory of being exalted, through the lowliness of 50 3, 46 | understand, He shall be exalted and extolled, and shall 51 3, 46 | of men." ~But Christ was exalted in that He had all grace 52 3, 48 | Phil. 2:9, "Therefore God exalted Him," ~etc., Augustine says ( 53 3, 49 | Passion Christ merited to be exalted?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 54 3, 49 | Christ did not merit to be exalted on account of ~His Passion. 55 3, 49 | for which cause God also exalted Him."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] 56 3, 49 | humbleth himself shall be ~exalted."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 57 3, 49 | Is. 52:13: "He shall be exalted and extolled, and shall 58 3, 49 | which cause also God hath exalted Him, and hath given Him 59 3, 53 | from their seat, and hath exalted the ~humble." Consequently, 60 3, 57 | I answer that, The more exalted place is due to the nobler 61 3, 57 | very reason that God so ~exalted human nature in Christ, 62 3, 58 | OBJ 2: Christ as man is exalted to Divine honor; and this 63 3, 59 | in Christ merited to be ~exalted above the angels; so that, 64 Suppl, 37| Eucharist, as being the most exalted of the sacraments, it follows 65 Suppl, 37| they are qualified for exalted duties, wherefore only deacons 66 Suppl, 49| species is better and more exalted than ~the good of the individual. 67 Suppl, 80| subtle a body is the more exalted it is. But the ~glorified 68 Suppl, 80| glorified bodies will be most exalted. Therefore they will be 69 Suppl, 81| s body which is the most exalted of all has the ~highest 70 Suppl, 86| for Christ's sake shall be exalted. Thirdly, ~because poverty 71 Suppl, 86| their merit will be so far exalted as to be ~raised above the 72 Suppl, 88| movement: although God Who is exalted above all things is without ~ 73 Suppl, 90| under the altar, i.e. less exalted than they will be." Therefore 74 Suppl, 93| humbleth himself shall ~be exalted" (Mt. 23:12). But there


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