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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intense

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | itself, which is more or less intense. In this way God ~does not 2 1, 20 | though our will is not more intense. In this ~way we must needs 3 1, 21 | the first cause is more intense than that of second ~causes. 4 1, 76 | operation of the soul is intense it impedes another, which 5 1, 75 | operation of the soul is intense it impedes another, which 6 1, 111 | the action of which when intense impedes the action ~of the 7 2, 18 | which can be more or less intense, the difference ~of more 8 2, 19 | while the intention is intense, the interior ~or exterior 9 2, 19 | exterior act may be not so intense, materially speaking: for 10 2, 19 | formal principle, upon the intense volition of ~medicine.~Aquin.: 11 2, 20 | naturally to make the will ~more intense or more remiss; and it is 12 2, 22 | thing approaches, the more intense ~it is. Thus the intensity 13 2, 22 | which stands first, the less intense it is: and ~the result is 14 2, 22 | the active force, the more intense the ~passion. But the object 15 2, 28 | says (QQ. 83, qu. 35), an intense love seeks to remove ~everything 16 2, 28 | wherefore, when it is intense, it causes a man to be moved 17 2, 28 | chiefly to sadness); and an intense desire to possess the ~beloved, 18 2, 35 | natural movement ~is more intense in the end, when a thing 19 2, 35 | Hence ~violent movement is intense at first, and slackens towards 20 2, 37 | a natural body is ~more intense in regard to its contrary; 21 2, 37 | hindrance; and if it be intense, it prevents it ~altogether.~ 22 2, 37 | if inward sorrow be very intense, it attracts the intention, ~ 23 2, 38 | any other, ~provided it be intense." ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[38] 24 2, 40 | action by making it ~more intense: and this for two reasons. 25 2, 44 | Consequently, when fear is intense, man ~does indeed wish to 26 2, 45 | despair, but only when it is intense; so hope does not always 27 2, 51 | Therefore also if an act be very intense, it can be the ~generating 28 2, 52 | movement is in itself more intense or ~more remiss: and yet 29 2, 52 | vii, text. 32, so, by an ~intense action of the agent, something 30 2, 53 | not become ~more or less intense by reason of itself; else 31 2, 53 | And if it ~can become less intense as to its participation 32 2, 53 | not become more ~or less intense in itself, neither can it 33 2, 53 | consequently it will be nowise less intense.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 34 2, 60 | other senses, they are not ~intense, and so do not present much 35 2, 66 | man are not all ~equally intense. For the Apostle says (1 36 2, 66 | the virtues were equally intense in one and the ~same man, 37 2, 66 | OBJ 3: Further, the more intense a habit is, the greater 38 2, 66 | according as a virtue becomes intense or ~remiss in its subject. 39 2, 77 | when the passions are very intense, man loses the ~use of reason 40 2, 77 | 5]). Therefore the more intense the passion, the ~greater 41 2, 77 | as he ~sins with a more intense will. But the passion that 42 2, 77 | by the passion is ~more intense, yet it is not so much the 43 2, 25 | of our ~charity be more intense towards those to whom we 44 2, 25 | through its ~action being more intense: and in this way we ought 45 2, 25 | united to him, with more intense affection as to the good 46 2, 25 | our love for ~them is more intense, and because there are more 47 2, 156 | long-lasting on account of their intense desire ~for revenge, so 48 2, 178 | love also becomes more intense. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 49 3, 1 | intensively," as a more intense whiteness is said to be 50 3, 7 | by reason of grace being ~intense in him, to the limit assigned 51 3, 15 | operation of one power is intense, the ~operation of the other 52 3, 61 | as sin ~was more or less intense, and knowledge concerning 53 3, 80 | fornication, on account of its intense ~delectation; still if the 54 3, 88 | because his scorn is less intense, or ~because his offense 55 3, 89 | being more or less, become intense or remiss, according to ~ 56 Suppl, 3 | be at the same time more intense and more ~remiss. Therefore 57 Suppl, 4 | ought to be moderately intense, so ought it to be ~of moderate 58 Suppl, 5 | the act of charity is so intense that the ~contrition resulting 59 Suppl, 5 | punishment, it may be so intense as to suffice ~for the remission 60 Suppl, 49| eating there is not such an intense pleasure ~overpowering the 61 Suppl, 49| marriage act, while it is most intense in point of quantity, does 62 Suppl, 73| be: thus heat, ~however intense it be, does not cause heat 63 Suppl, 79| of the soul's powers is intense, the ~acts of the other 64 Suppl, 79| alone suffice for such an intense ~operation, unless it be 65 Suppl, 82| action of the soul. Now ~intense clarity does not disturb 66 Suppl, 90| borne towards God is less intense. This agrees with the saying 67 Suppl, 93| their very selves, contain ~intense pleasure or difficulty: 68 Suppl, 93| But the aurea is ~more intense in one than in another. 69 Suppl, 94| to any torment if it be ~intense.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 70 Suppl, 94| will pass from the most intense heat to the most ~intense 71 Suppl, 94| intense heat to the most ~intense cold without this giving 72 Appen1, 2| Sovereign Good with the most intense ~longing - both because


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