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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | God, as to an ~end that surpasses the grasp of his reason: " 2 1, 1 | these respects this science surpasses other ~speculative sciences; 3 1, 19 | becoming worse. Now God surpasses all men in wisdom. Much ~ 4 1, 42 | excels in greatness, or surpasses in power."~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 59 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Reason surpasses sense in a different way 6 1, 59 | that in ~which intellect surpasses reason. Reason surpasses 7 1, 59 | surpasses reason. Reason surpasses sense according to the ~ 8 1, 59 | But the angels' ~dignity surpasses that of men. Therefore, 9 1, 63 | quite ~evident that God surpasses the angels, not merely in 10 1, 64 | Now the Divine substance ~surpasses the proportion not only 11 1, 76 | understand; because he thereby surpasses ~all other animals. Whence 12 1, 42 | excels in greatness, or surpasses in power."~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 60 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Reason surpasses sense in a different way 14 1, 60 | that in ~which intellect surpasses reason. Reason surpasses 15 1, 60 | surpasses reason. Reason surpasses sense according to the ~ 16 1, 60 | But the angels' ~dignity surpasses that of men. Therefore, 17 1, 64 | quite ~evident that God surpasses the angels, not merely in 18 1, 65 | Now the Divine substance ~surpasses the proportion not only 19 1, 75 | understand; because he thereby surpasses ~all other animals. Whence 20 1, 90 | Gen. ad lit. vi, 12), man surpasses ~other things, not in the 21 1, 96 | since the ~rational soul surpasses the capacity of corporeal 22 1, 104 | But an infinite ~power surpasses out of all proportion any 23 1, 104 | active power of the mover surpasses or at ~least equals the 24 1, 104 | is done, but because it surpasses the ~faculty of nature: 25 1, 104 | power of nature which it ~surpasses. So the more the power of 26 1, 104 | miracles. Secondly, a thing surpasses the power of nature, not ~ 27 1, 104 | miracles. Thirdly, ~a thing surpasses nature's power in the measure 28 1, 111 | the multitude of ~angels surpasses all the multitude of material 29 2, 2 | 1/1~On the contrary, Man surpasses all other animals in regard 30 2, 2 | all perfection of being, ~surpasses life and all that follows 31 2, 2 | include that good which ~surpasses the limits of all creation, 32 2, 5 | otherwise than ~the intellectual surpasses the rational. For the rational 33 2, 5 | thereof. But the intellectual surpasses the rational ~nature, as 34 2, 5 | prepared for the saints, ~surpasses the intellect and will of 35 2, 5 | vision of God's ~Essence surpasses the nature not only of man, 36 2, 5 | Essence, which ~infinitely surpasses all created substance. Consequently 37 2, 5 | are limited: that which ~surpasses created nature, cannot be 38 2, 5 | operation. Now since Happiness surpasses every ~created nature, no 39 2, 25 | that anger precedes and surpasses hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] 40 2, 32 | either is unknown to him, or ~surpasses his knowledge or faculty 41 2, 35 | the wickedness of a woman surpasses all ~other wickedness, as 42 2, 35 | so sadness of the heart surpasses ~every outward wound.~Aquin.: 43 2, 35 | point of view, inward pain surpasses outward pain. In like manner 44 2, 37 | Further, inward sorrow surpasses outward pain, as stated 45 2, 41 | fear regards an evil that surpasses our power, as stated above ~( 46 2, 41 | regards a future evil which ~surpasses the power of him that fears, 47 2, 47 | in ~so far as this hurt surpasses the measure of just retaliation.~ 48 2, 62 | because such happiness surpasses the capacity of human nature, 49 2, 64 | kindness. ~This measure surpasses all human power: so that 50 2, 65 | on prudence; indeed, ~it surpasses prudence, according to Eph. 51 2, 65 | Reply OBJ 3: Though charity surpasses science and prudence, yet 52 2, 66 | which perfects the reason, surpasses in goodness the other moral 53 2, 66 | would follow that whoever surpasses another in one virtue, ~ 54 2, 66 | Now the object of wisdom surpasses ~the objects of all the 55 2, 66 | movement towards its object surpasses human ~knowledge, according 56 2, 67 | a middle ~place, for it surpasses opinion in so far as its 57 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Hope surpasses the moral virtues as to 58 2, 68 | fortitude fear, even as justice surpasses fortitude, and fortitude ~ 59 2, 69 | abundance of comfort. And mercy surpasses ~satiety, for thereby man 60 2, 70 | or rather to that which surpasses reason: whereas the ~fleshly, 61 2, 71 | its act: so that an act ~surpasses its habit in goodness or 62 2, 71 | above another ~simply if it surpasses it in a point which is proper 63 2, 71 | a certain respect, if it surpasses it in something ~which is 64 2, 71 | act and habit, that act surpasses habit both in goodness and 65 2, 71 | and evil. Consequently act surpasses habit both in ~goodness 66 2, 72 | second contains the first and surpasses it. For whatever ~things 67 2, 72 | order includes the third and surpasses it, because in ~all things 68 2, 72 | so far as order to God ~surpasses the other two orders, sin 69 2, 73 | subject: yet one virtue surpasses another in excellence according 70 2, 74 | way our sensitive appetite surpasses that of other animals by 71 2, 88 | way, mortal sin infinitely surpasses the quantity ~of venial 72 2, 91 | wherein also the New Law surpasses the Old ~Law, since it directs 73 2, 102 | which is denoted by honey, surpasses the pungency which ~salt 74 2, 109 | cannot be restored to what surpasses its measure. And thus human 75 2, 112 | effect. Now the gift of grace surpasses ~every capability of created 76 2, 114 | everlasting life, which ~surpasses our knowledge and our desire, 77 2, 114 | our desire, and moreover, surpasses the ~charity or love of 78 2, 4 | about absent things which surpasses opinion but ~falls short 79 2, 4 | from whom we hear greatly ~surpasses that of the seer's sight, 80 2, 5 | because the knowledge of faith surpasses not only a ~man's but even 81 2, 8 | Now the eternal law ~surpasses human reason: so that the 82 2, 8 | ruled ~by the eternal law, surpasses the natural reason, and 83 2, 8 | more we understand that He surpasses all that ~the mind comprehends. 84 2, 10 | two gravities the first surpasses the second from the point 85 2, 16 | not hope for that which surpasses every movement of ~the soul, 86 2, 16 | Now eternal ~happiness surpasses every movement of the human 87 2, 17 | of God's ~eternity which surpasses all time: so that the continuation 88 2, 20 | possible to ~him, whereas it surpasses his powers, according to 89 2, 22 | that the act of charity surpasses the ~nature of the power 90 2, 23 | wherefore charity itself surpasses our natural facilities. 91 2, 23 | facilities. Now that which ~surpasses the faculty of nature, cannot 92 2, 23 | effect. ~Now, since charity surpasses the proportion of human 93 2, 23 | OBJ 2: Further, no form surpasses the capacity of its subject. 94 2, 25 | Wherefore just as unity surpasses union, the fact that man 95 2, 25 | receiving good, so that to love surpasses ~being loved, for which 96 2, 25 | we do of our own accord surpasses what we do through ~another.~ 97 2, 26 | Divine love which is ~God surpasses the judgment of reason, 98 2, 26 | way, love of one's friend surpasses love of one's enemy, ~because 99 2, 27 | goodness which is infinite, surpasses ~the creature's joy which 100 2, 28 | greatest, even as its act ~surpasses all others, since it belongs 101 2, 28 | bond ~of love: wherefore it surpasses mercy, which likens us to 102 2, 30 | a spiritual gift, which surpasses a corporal gift, according 103 2, 30 | abundance of alms which surpasses the ~need of the recipient, 104 2, 34 | he does not envy one who surpasses him in such ~matters, unless 105 2, 34 | in so ~far as his good surpasses ours; this is envy properly 106 2, 37 | addition to something else ~surpasses that thing either in good 107 2, 40 | common good which it assails surpasses the ~private good which 108 2, 41 | because something ~else surpasses it in rectitude, but because 109 2, 43 | speaking of ~charity: "Nothing surpasses this gift of God, it is 110 2, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, man surpasses irrational beings by his 111 2, 59 | that even as one ~person surpasses another, so that which is 112 2, 59 | which is given to one person surpasses ~that which is allotted 113 2, 59 | is greater, the action surpasses any passion of the same 114 2, 59 | latter's will, the action ~surpasses the passion if he be merely 115 2, 79 | competent, since He infinitely surpasses all things and ~exceeds 116 2, 81 | service, so ~too, prayer surpasses other acts of religion.~ 117 2, 93 | to you, neither of whom surpasses the other either ~in need 118 2, 93 | is expected from God, it surpasses the common ~generality of 119 2, 115 | good. For the ~Divine good surpasses all manner of human good; 120 2, 115 | human goods the ~public good surpasses the good of the individual; 121 2, 115 | named ~the good of the body surpasses those goods that consist 122 2, 127 | scarcely anything." For it surpasses man to need nothing at all. 123 2, 128 | although in appearance he surpasses him.~ 124 2, 137 | perils may ~threaten. This surpasses human nature: for sometimes 125 2, 146 | the ~most desirable end surpasses the others in gravity.~Aquin.: 126 2, 150 | genus of chastity, since it surpasses the chastity both of widowhood 127 2, 159 | disproportion to that which ~surpasses his capacity. Hence knowledge 128 2, 169 | pertains to a knowledge that surpasses natural ~reason, as stated 129 2, 171 | man with ~something that surpasses the faculty of nature. Now 130 2, 171 | human mind something which ~surpasses the natural faculty in both 131 2, 171 | Further, the light of prophecy surpasses the light of natural ~reason. 132 2, 172 | manifestation of a truth that ~surpasses the faculty of man. Wherefore 133 2, 173 | a divine good infinitely surpasses the faculty of man in order 134 2, 174 | that, The gift of prophecy surpasses the gift of tongues, in ~ 135 2, 175 | is given for that which surpasses the faculty of nature. But ~ 136 2, 178 | apprehension of a thing that surpasses our faculties: hence it 137 2, 178 | respects the delight thereof surpasses all human delight, both ~ 138 2, 178 | is loved out of charity surpasses all love. ~Hence it is written ( 139 2, 179 | life in the present state ~surpasses the durability of the contemplative 140 2, 180 | The contemplative life surpasses in merit the active life, 141 2, 182 | goodness, the religious state surpasses the office of parish ~priest 142 2, 183 | Since then the ~love of God surpasses the love of our neighbor, 143 2, 186 | which is already perfect surpasses that which ~is being schooled 144 2, 186 | solitaries, if duly ~practiced, surpasses the community life. But 145 2, 187 | entering ~religion, for this surpasses all manner of satisfaction, 146 3, 2 | nature He came, Who far ~surpasses the whole order of nature 147 3, 18 | charity, which, indeed, ~surpasses the comprehension of all 148 3, 43 | OBJ 2: Further, no power surpasses that of the Godhead. But 149 3, 45 | was ~then being revealed surpasses in excellence the sense 150 3, 46 | the glory of the saints surpasses every good of the present 151 3, 57 | nature, ~nevertheless it surpasses all spiritual substances 152 3, 66 | because ~Christ's mercy surpasses man's guilt.~Aquin.: SMT 153 3, 66 | first cause, the cause far surpasses the effect, nor does ~it 154 3, 84 | infinity of Divine mercy, which surpasses any ~number and magnitude 155 Suppl, 3 | which is sorrow for fault, surpasses all other ~sorrow.~Aquin.: 156 Suppl, 3 | sorrow, in contrition, surpasses all other sorrows. For the 157 Suppl, 6 | proportionate to faith. Now faith surpasses the knowledge of ~natural 158 Suppl, 21| a spiritual good, which ~surpasses all temporal goods. Therefore 159 Suppl, 25| to them, but infinitely surpasses their ~efficacy.~Aquin.: 160 Suppl, 29| the Eucharistic ~elements surpasses that of the matter in this 161 Suppl, 31| use of consecrated matter surpasses the act of consecrating 162 Suppl, 59| nature whose dictate faith surpasses. Therefore ~disparity of 163 Suppl, 69| grief for their unhappiness surpasses their ~desire to appear 164 Suppl, 71| contrary to justice, but surpasses the bounds of justice, for 165 Suppl, 80| as the clarity of glory surpasses the clarity of the sun, 166 Suppl, 80| the ~subtlety of a spirit surpasses all bodily subtlety. Therefore 167 Suppl, 81| animal operations sense surpasses movement in ~nobility and 168 Suppl, 81| power of a glorified soul surpasses the power of a ~non-glorified 169 Suppl, 81| power of a glorified soul surpasses ~immeasurably the power 170 Suppl, 82| clarity of a glorified body ~surpasses the clarity of the sun, 171 Suppl, 88| yet ~the rational soul surpasses the heavenly bodies far 172 Suppl, 89| surpassing glory." Now His glory surpasses ~the human intellect in 173 Suppl, 89| by His infinite essence, surpasses all ~existing things which 174 Suppl, 89| Although the glory of God surpasses any form by which our ~intellect 175 Suppl, 89| knowableness of the thing ~surpasses the power of the knower, 176 Suppl, 89| substance of an angel, it surpasses it in the point of ~intelligibility, 177 Suppl, 89| surpassing it. Now no creature surpasses the intellect ~that understands 178 Suppl, 93| Further, just as widowhood surpasses conjugal continence, so 179 Suppl, 93| twice thirty and a hundred surpasses sixty as containing the ~ 180 Suppl, 93| OBJ 11: The uncreated good surpasses all created good. Hence 181 Suppl, 95| unhappiness of the damned surpasses all unhappiness of ~this 182 Suppl, 95| in a state of glory that surpasses all thought. This will ~ 183 Appen1, 1| natural principles, for it surpasses the entire faculty of nature, ~ 184 Appen1, 1| OBJ 4: The gift of Christ surpasses the sin of Adam, as stated 185 Appen1, 2| Whether the pain of Purgatory surpasses all the temporal pains of ~ 186 Appen1, 2| least ~pain of Purgatory surpasses the greatest pain of this 187 Appen1, 2| both of loss and of sense, ~surpasses all the pains of this life.~


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