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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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extremes

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | since relation has ~two extremes, it happens in three ways 2 1, 13 | logical. Sometimes from both extremes it is an idea only, as when 3 1, 13 | realities as regards both ~extremes, as when for instance a 4 1, 13 | quantity exists in both extremes: and the same applies ~to 5 1, 13 | this happens whenever two ~extremes are not of one order; as 6 1, 16 | change in one of the two ~extremes. Hence in one way truth 7 1, 46 | the idea that, given two extremes, there is an infinite number ~ 8 1, 54 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the extremes be one, then the middle 9 1, 58 | the middle between the two extremes. Or else ~the noon can be 10 1, 74 | and the earth, as ~the two extremes, are alone mentioned, the 11 1, 47 | the idea that, given two extremes, there is an infinite number ~ 12 1, 55 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the extremes be one, then the middle 13 1, 59 | the middle between the two extremes. Or else ~the noon can be 14 1, 73 | and the earth, as ~the two extremes, are alone mentioned, the 15 1, 90 | is in potentiality to the extremes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 16 1, 107 | participating in the nature of both ~extremes; thus tepid seems cold compared 17 2, 9 | hence it depends on both ~extremes. And hence it is that taste, 18 2, 59 | of the same genus as the extremes. But moral virtue is a mean 19 2, 63 | God's rule to bring about ~extremes through the mean." Now intellectual 20 2, 64 | passions the mean and the extremes depend on ~various circumstances: 21 2, 64 | possible to find a mean ~and extremes in theological virtue, accidentally 22 2, 113 | human ~mind to regard both extremes by an act of free-will, 23 2, 1 | in the same genus as the extremes. Since, then, science and ~ 24 2, 14 | of ~certain primals and extremes, as stated in Ethic. vi, 25 2, 16 | is subject to a mean and extremes. Therefore hope is not a 26 2, 16 | such thing as a mean or extremes. Now ~a moral virtue is 27 2, 16 | faith can have no mean or extremes in the ~point of trusting 28 2, 16 | it may have a mean ~and extremes; for instance one truth 29 2, 16 | too, hope has no mean or extremes, as regards its principal 30 2, 16 | it may ~have a mean and extremes, as regards those things 31 2, 18 | same ratio from both the extremes. ~Now initial fear is the 32 2, 31 | placed between the two ~extremes, so that at first the brother' 33 2, 56 | there is neither mean nor extremes in things that are good 34 2, 77 | the same as to avoid the extremes as evils: so ~that doing 35 2, 101 | differs specifically from the extremes, as pale ~differs from white 36 2, 121 | Further, no virtue is about extremes. But fear of death is about ~ 37 2, 124 | are opposed to virtue and extremes to the mean. ~But one mean 38 2, 124 | in its having ~different extremes in different respects.~ 39 2, 127 | but is denominated by its extremes, ~which are {philotimia}, 40 2, 127 | point of quantity goes to extremes," in so far as he tends ~ 41 2, 132 | opposed to one ~another as extremes, the mean of which is "equal," 42 2, 165 | there ~can be no mean and extremes in things which are essentially 43 2, 177 | mean is a combination of extremes, wherefore it is ~virtually 44 3, 11 | completed act is a habit: and extremes and medium are of the same ~ 45 3, 26 | between whom he mediates: for extremes are ~united in the mean [ 46 3, 35 | relation be referred to extremes which ~are altogether diverse. 47 3, 35 | happens that in one of the extremes of a ~relation there is 48 3, 39 | savors of the nature of the extremes" (Aristotle, ~De Partib. 49 3, 39 | baptism than one of the extremes. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 50 3, 46 | extending out into four extremes ~from their central point 51 3, 50 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, extremes are severed when the mean 52 3, 75 | belonging ~to either of the extremes; the contrary of which appears 53 3, 75 | because in both, one of the extremes passes into the other, as 54 3, 75 | aforesaid three things are ~the extremes coexistent, therefore in 55 3, 75 | the relationship ~of the extremes in all of them we can use 56 3, 75 | in creation one of ~the extremes does not pass into the other, 57 3, 75 | consubstantiality of the extremes in natural transmutations 58 3, 75 | the subject, one of the extremes of the transmutation, as ~ 59 3, 78 | it is ~necessary for the extremes of the conversion to be 60 Suppl, 44| hand, have unity in both extremes, namely on the ~part of 61 Suppl, 55| kind is really in both extremes. Sometimes it results from 62 Suppl, 55| is founded really in both extremes. It is the same ~with consanguinity 63 Suppl, 72| a mean is neither of the extremes. And ~seemingly the following 64 Suppl, 80| equal distance ~from the extremes, but to the proportionate 65 Suppl, 87| communicates ~with both extremes: for in that He communicates


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