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 ~
