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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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bounds

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | whose ~knowledge has no bounds."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 2 1, 64 | us by ~its surpassing the bounds of our intellect; and not 3 1, 69 | Lord it is said, "I set My bounds around the sea," and Jer. 4 1, 65 | us by ~its surpassing the bounds of our intellect; and not 5 1, 70 | Lord it is said, "I set My bounds around the sea," and Jer. 6 1, 77 | consists of fixing the ~bounds of magnitude. Movement and 7 1, 97 | I mean going beyond the bounds of reason, as a sober ~person 8 1, 106 | speech is limited by the ~bounds of that place.~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 31 | joy breaks forth from its bounds; and ~"cheerfulness" is 10 2, 61 | as to ~keep them within bounds; and fortitude, a disposition 11 2, 61 | and does not exceed its ~bounds, which has been stated to 12 2, 61 | so that they keep within ~bounds, which is a very hard thing 13 2, 69 | they are kept ~within the bounds appointed by the ruling 14 2, 82 | it ~trespasses beyond the bounds of reason, it is, for a 15 2, 85 | as it is goes beyond the bounds of reason, it is unnatural 16 2, 93 | compassed the sea ~with its bounds, and set a law to the waters, 17 2, 23 | of this is paleness, the bounds of which may, by continual ~ 18 2, 45 | to say (Prov. 23:4): "Set bounds to thy ~prudence." Therefore 19 2, 64 | coercion, save within the bounds of justice - either ~by 20 2, 85 | take his flock within the bounds ~of one parish during one 21 2, 85 | the year, and within the bounds of one ~parish during one 22 2, 85 | the year, and within the bounds of another ~parish during 23 2, 85 | the church ~within whose bounds the land is situated. The 24 2, 87 | they are used ~outside the bounds of necessity. For this reason 25 2, 120 | not go farther ~than the bounds of sensuality. The direct 26 2, 152 | go beyond one's earthly bounds, how much ~more wicked is 27 2, 152 | venereal lust to transgress the bounds of ~morals!" Now to go beyond 28 2, 152 | go beyond one's earthly bounds in sacred matters is a sin ~ 29 2, 152 | sacrilege to overthrow ~the bounds of morals through venereal 30 2, 167 | frequently to exceed their bounds, so that, whereas it lay 31 2, 167 | such a way as to exceed the bounds observed by the good ~people 32 2, 172 | however, do not go ~beyond the bounds of natural knowledge: thus 33 2, 172 | However, this goes beyond the bounds of prophecy properly so ~ 34 2, 185 | not lawful to exceed the bounds of one's office or ~transgress 35 3, 15 | anger which outsteps the bounds of reason that is ~opposed 36 3, 15 | brought ~within its proper bounds by reason, for meekness 37 3, 51 | is not ~narrowed within bounds. Consequently, His rising 38 Suppl, 11| not ~extend outside the bounds of the sacrament. Therefore 39 Suppl, 47| thing ~outside its proper bounds." Therefore the free-will 40 Suppl, 49| passion goes beyond the bounds of reason that ~it is reckoned 41 Suppl, 49| does not go ~beyond the bounds previously appointed by 42 Suppl, 49| seek pleasure within the ~bounds of marriage, so that it 43 Suppl, 70| corporeal things whose bounds come together. Therefore 44 Suppl, 71| justice, but surpasses the bounds of justice, for it is ~liberality. 45 Suppl, 71| by privilege. Even so the bounds of human affairs ~differ 46 Suppl, 78| individual nature ~within the bounds of that latitude, and reaches 47 Suppl, 78| size have ~exceeded the due bounds of nature.~Aquin.: SMT XP 48 Suppl, 79| patient is drawn to the bounds of the agent, since the 49 Suppl, 79| is drawn beyond its own bounds within which it was confined. ~ 50 Suppl, 79| would not draw it to its own bounds. Now it is ~impossible for 51 Suppl, 80| in this sense that ~the bounds of contiguous bodies are 52 Suppl, 80| dimensions that are within the ~bounds of a place are not in a 53 Suppl, 80| are contained within the bounds of the place, and that the ~ 54 Suppl, 80| the ~distance between the bounds of a place is commensurate 55 Suppl, 80| the distance ~between the bounds of the thing placed, just


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