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absurdity 7
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abundant 32
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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abundance

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | this reason does God out of abundance of His goodness bestow ~ 2 1, 22 | power, but by reason of the abundance of His goodness; ~so that 3 1, 90 | animals, are signs of an abundance of the earthly element; ~ 4 1, 95 | there was among ~men an abundance of love, which is the bond 5 1, 110 | the blood descends in ~abundance to the sensitive principle, 6 2, 45 | experience of dangers, abundance of wealth, and the like; 7 2, 48 | Mt. 12:34): "Out of the abundance of the ~heart the mouth 8 2, 48 | great, then "out of the abundance of the heart" ~thus disturbed, 9 2, 58 | are consistent with an ~abundance of passion. Therefore virtue 10 2, 66 | be increase and greater abundance, ~there can be inequality. 11 2, 66 | virtues admit of greater abundance and ~increase: for it is 12 2, 66 | the ~virtues in greater abundance than another man, on account 13 2, 66 | account of his greater ~abundance of prudence, or also of 14 2, 67 | He . . . ~shall enjoy abundance without fear of evils." 15 2, 69 | The first of ~these is abundance of external goods, which 16 2, 69 | certain excellence and ~abundance, both of which are implied 17 2, 69 | attains to excellence and abundance of good things in God. Hence 18 2, 69 | because fulness implies abundance of comfort. And mercy surpasses ~ 19 2, 72 | things; and avarice seeks abundance of things ~adapted to human 20 2, 80 | sleeps, the blood descends in abundance to the sensitive principle, 21 2, 102 | Christ's blood, and the ~abundance of His charity, whereby 22 2, 108 | Law did not ~promise an abundance of carnal pleasures; on 23 2, 18 | He . . . shall enjoy abundance, without fear of ~evils," 24 2, 30 | knowledge; let him that hath ~abundance of wealth, watch lest he 25 2, 30 | things whereof men have abundance or insufficiency.~Aquin.: 26 2, 30 | alms should be given in abundance?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 27 2, 30 | alms should not be given in abundance. For we ~ought to give alms 28 2, 30 | should not be ~given in abundance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 29 2, 30 | result if alms were ~given in abundance. Therefore we ought not 30 2, 30 | This argument considers abundance of alms as exceeding the ~ 31 2, 30 | passage quoted considers abundance of alms on the part ~of 32 2, 30 | refreshed," refer to that abundance of alms which surpasses 33 2, 30 | burdened," they refer to ~abundance on the part of the giver. 34 2, 30 | would be better to give in ~abundance, but because he fears for 35 2, 69 | knowledge; let him that ~hath abundance of wealth watch lest he 36 2, 75 | where there is greater abundance, the measures are wont to 37 2, 76 | are promised in reward an abundance of wealth, so that they ~ 38 2, 93 | a man in whom there is ~abundance of cold humors dreams that 39 2, 142 | because they connote a certain abundance of some ~temporal good; 40 2, 151 | to be called surfeit and abundance." But surfeit regards meat 41 2, 151 | regards meat and ~drink, while abundance refers to riches. Therefore 42 2, 151 | for since "out of the abundance of the heart the mouth ~ 43 2, 160 | that pride there signifies abundance of those ~things in which 44 2, 165 | cannot be an evil. Now all abundance of knowledge is from God, ~ 45 2, 182 | as it is an effect of the abundance of charity that a ~man bears 46 2, 182 | neighbor, arises out of the abundance of their love of God. ~Hence 47 2, 186 | riches, result only from an abundance of wealth.~Aquin.: SMT SS 48 2, 186 | active ~life should have an abundance of riches in common; that 49 3, 23 | communicate to others the abundance of His perfection. ~Wherefore, 50 3, 27 | this ~way, that, by the abundance of grace bestowed on the 51 3, 27 | no sin, ~we know that an abundance of grace was given her that 52 3, 34 | Q[7], AA[9],10,12), the abundance of ~grace sanctifying Christ' 53 3, 40 | such a life is built on an abundance ~of contemplation, and consequently 54 3, 40 | virtuously need to avoid abundance ~of riches and beggary, 55 3, 40 | occasions of sin: since ~abundance of riches is an occasion 56 3, 68 | much more they who receive ~abundance of grace, and of the gift, 57 3, 70 | members, by reason of ~the abundance of venereal pleasure.~Aquin.: 58 3, 80 | corporeal cause, as from abundance or weakness of nature, or ~ 59 3, 80 | or it can come from the ~abundance of nature: for, just as 60 3, 84 | that man may receive some ~abundance of grace, but that his sins 61 Suppl, 25| indulgences is no other than the ~abundance of the Church's merits, 62 Suppl, 25| Church's merits, and this abundance suffices for the ~remission 63 Suppl, 27| others out of their ~own abundance. Now indulgences are derived 64 Suppl, 27| indulgences are derived from the abundance of works of ~satisfaction 65 Suppl, 39| Paulinus did this out of the abundance of his ~charity, being led 66 Suppl, 62| whereas in man there is abundance of heat ~which excites concupiscence. 67 Suppl, 89| for thus he calls the abundance of light - "which screens 68 Suppl, 94| most painful, through its abundance ~of active force, that the


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