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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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growth

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | principle of movement of growth and decay. But local movement 2 1, 18 | and prior to, movement of growth and decay, ~as the Philosopher 3 1, 18 | executing the movements of growth and decay.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 42 | attains to equality by ~due growth, unless owing to a defect 5 1, 70 | functions of nutrition, growth, and ~generation, through 6 1, 72 | powers of nutrition and growth are ~subordinate to the 7 1, 77 | object of the power ~of growth is perfect quantity, which 8 1, 77 | quantity, which is the end of growth. Now, from ~these two things 9 1, 42 | attains to equality by ~due growth, unless owing to a defect 10 1, 71 | functions of nutrition, growth, and ~generation, through 11 1, 71 | powers of nutrition and growth are ~subordinate to the 12 1, 76 | object of the power ~of growth is perfect quantity, which 13 1, 76 | quantity, which is the end of growth. Now, from ~these two things 14 1, 77 | cf. De ~Anima iii, 9) "growth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 15 1, 77 | distance, as in the movement of growth or of locomotion, ~or again, 16 1, 96 | of food, generation, and ~growth. Wherefore such operations 17 1, 96 | well as what suffices for growth; later on, however, the 18 1, 96 | food does not suffice for growth, but only ~replaces what 19 1, 114 | gives them nourishment, growth, and perfection."~Aquin.: 20 1, 117 | more like nourishment and growth than ~generation, as the 21 1, 117 | body, by nourishment and growth. As to the active power 22 1, 117 | feeling, nourishment, and growth cannot be from ~an extrinsic 23 1, 118 | food is needed not only for growth, else at the term of growth, 24 1, 118 | growth, else at the term of growth, food ~would be needful 25 1, 118 | what is lost, but also for growth. Later on it can ~only transform 26 1, 118 | of what is lost, and then growth ~ceases. At last it cannot 27 2, 52 | forms; so also is the word ~"growth," the term of which is something 28 2, 66 | proportion, in so far as their growth in man is ~equal: thus the 29 2, 67 | as man is ~perfected by growth, and whiteness by intensity. 30 2, 23 | 10: "He will increase the growth of ~the fruits of your justice." 31 2, 23 | certain likeness to the growth of the human body. For ~ 32 2, 23 | For ~although this latter growth may be divided into many 33 2, 23 | is brought by this same growth. Thus we speak of a man 34 2, 145 | owing to the demands of growth, which results from the ~ 35 2, 145 | as long as the stage of growth lasts, ~which as a rule 36 2, 162 | punish man, because their ~growth would bring no labor or 37 2, 182 | perfection which he acquires by growth, ~so again there is a perfection 38 2, 182 | attains by a kind of spiritual growth, ~for instance when a man 39 2, 182 | perfection ~is reached by bodily growth, so spiritual perfection 40 2, 182 | is acquired by ~spiritual growth. Now after bodily growth 41 2, 182 | growth. Now after bodily growth one is said to have reached 42 2, 182 | seemingly also after spiritual growth, ~when one has already reached 43 2, 182 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: By bodily growth a man progresses in things 44 2, 182 | manner by ~inward spiritual growth a man reaches the state 45 2, 182 | of perfection except by growth in ~respect of external 46 3, 13 | and its nourishment and ~growth are not subject to the bidding 47 3, 65 | regeneration," etc. Secondly, by ~growth whereby a man is brought 48 3, 65 | Confirmation is ~compared to growth. But food causes, and consequently 49 3, 65 | and consequently precedes, growth. ~Therefore the Eucharist 50 3, 65 | Nourishment both precedes growth, as its cause; and follows ~ 51 3, 70 | idolatry. Moreover, by the growth of carnal concupiscence 52 3, 72 | there is ~the movement of growth, whereby man is brought 53 3, 72 | Confirmation a certain spiritual growth ~bringing man to perfect 54 3, 72 | Confirmation ~is to Baptism as growth to birth, as is evident 55 3, 72 | remission of sin, but also for growth and stability in ~righteousness. 56 3, 72 | since it is a spiritual growth from ~imperfect being to 57 3, 73 | man ~receives life; and growth, whereby man is brought 58 3, 73 | Confirmation, which is spiritual growth: so ~there needed to be 59 3, 73 | himself; ~and he attains it by growth: such perfection belongs 60 3, 79 | increased, because spiritual growth belongs to the sacrament 61 3, 84 | Confirmation which is the spiritual growth, the ~Eucharist which is 62 3, 84 | ill, and yet life, birth, growth, and food are, ~of themselves, 63 Suppl, 58| fixed limit of size and growth for all things in ~nature" 64 Suppl, 77| reaches perfect quantity by growth, and so on, and that thus 65 Suppl, 77| nourishment which causes growth, and this is ~reckoned as 66 Suppl, 77| something which does not cause growth, ~but serves to make up 67 Suppl, 77| that was a part causing growth of the body; wherefore it 68 Suppl, 78| at which ~the movement of growth terminates, and from which 69 Suppl, 78| end measure of size and growth." Now this ~limitation can 70 Suppl, 78| reaches it at the end of his ~growth, if there has been no error 71 Suppl, 78| been his at the end of his growth if nature had not erred


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