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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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limit

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | everything included in ~them, limit being by applying it to 2 1, 5 | Hence goodness does not limit being.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 3 1, 47 | multitude has no certain limit, but of itself tends to 4 1, 48 | infinity, but only to a certain limit, neither is the aforesaid ~ 5 1, 53 | of the other palm is the limit of the same. ~Accordingly, 6 1, 53 | medium between time and the limit of time. But there is a ~ 7 1, 48 | multitude has no certain limit, but of itself tends to 8 1, 49 | infinity, but only to a certain limit, neither is the aforesaid ~ 9 1, 54 | of the other palm is the limit of the same. ~Accordingly, 10 1, 54 | medium between time and the limit of time. But there is a ~ 11 1, 84 | the ~definition, as the limit in the definition of that 12 1, 107 | indeed, extends to a definite limit.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 13 2, 1 | mathematical quantities have no limit. For the same reason ~the 14 2, 30 | rich, ~not up to a certain limit, but to be simply as rich 15 2, 47 | to have attained to the limit of ~evils. Hence anger ceases 16 2, 55 | habit: For virtue is ~"the limit of power" (De Coelo i, text. 17 2, 55 | Coelo i, text. 116). But the limit of anything ~is reducible 18 2, 55 | that of which it is the limit; as a point is ~reducible 19 2, 55 | say that "virtue is the limit of power," virtue is taken 20 2, 55 | as being ~essentially the limit of power.~Aquin.: SMT FS 21 2, 55 | a thing is fixed by the limit of its ~power (De Coelo 22 2, 55 | power (De Coelo i). Now the limit of any power must needs 23 2, 55 | so as to attain to the limit of its ~possibility. ~Aquin.: 24 2, 56 | contrary, "Virtue is the limit of power" (De Coelo ii). 25 2, 56 | De Coelo ii). But the ~limit is in that of which it is 26 2, 56 | that of which it is the limit. Therefore virtue is in 27 2, 64 | Coelo ~i that "virtue is the limit of power." Therefore moral 28 2, 66 | maximum, ~for virtue is "the limit of power," as the Philosopher 29 2, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This "limit" which belongs to virtue, 30 2, 66 | it is not an indivisible limit.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 31 2, 105 | whereas there was a ~fixed limit to the amount of estates, 32 2, 107 | retaliation. For the Law fixed a limit to revenge, by forbidding 33 2, 22 | virtue is the ultimate limit of power" (De Coelo et ~ 34 2, 23 | none of these ways, is a limit imposed to the increase 35 2, 23 | considered as such has no limit to its increase, since it 36 2, 23 | part of its subject, no limit to this ~increase can be 37 2, 26 | unlimited," ~whereas there is a limit to the means: thus the physician 38 2, 26 | possibly can; but he puts ~a limit to medicine, for he does 39 2, 67 | there were no fixed time ~limit for appealing, the certainty 40 2, 75 | for gain, which ~knows no limit and tends to infinity. Hence 41 2, 85 | being the first ~numerical limit, since the figures do not 42 2, 104 | obligation of gratitude has no limit.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 43 2, 121 | virtue refers to the extreme limit of a power. Now a natural 44 2, 121 | as denoting the extreme ~limit of such a power, is a common 45 2, 121 | as denoting ~the extreme limit of power in the first sense, 46 2, 127 | that it regards the extreme limit of that power, as stated 47 2, 132 | relation to the extreme limit of a thing's power," not 48 2, 132 | power," not as regards the ~limit of deficiency, but as regards 49 2, 132 | deficiency, but as regards the limit of excess, the very nature ~ 50 3, 7 | fulness of ~grace when the limit of grace is attained, as 51 3, 7 | intense in him, to the limit assigned by God, according 52 3, 7 | subject reaches the ~utmost limit wherein it partakes of this 53 3, 7 | has reached the ~utmost limit of heat which can exist 54 3, 7 | all things, and a fixed limit of magnitude and increase." 55 3, 27 | born. But God did not so limit His power to the law of 56 3, 49 | Passion he exceeded the limit of power assigned him by 57 3, 58 | to things definable by limit. But we style, as the Father' 58 3, 74 | nature. But, "there is a limit set ~by nature upon all 59 Suppl, 6 | Decretal fixes the time limit to an annual confession, 60 Suppl, 6 | confession longer than the limit prescribed by the ~Church.~ 61 Suppl, 47| fearsome things death is the limit," according ~to the Philosopher ( 62 Suppl, 58| Further, "There is a fixed limit of size and growth for all 63 Suppl, 78| in nature have a certain limit end measure of size and 64 Suppl, 81| another, because there is no limit to the divisibility of time, ~ 65 Suppl, 93| 100 is a multiple is the limit of numbers: ~and in like 66 Suppl, 93| manner virginity occupies the limit of spirituality, since no ~


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