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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excel

   Part, Question
1 1, 47 | 33:7): "Why does one day excel ~another, and one light 2 1, 48 | 33:7): "Why does one day excel ~another, and one light 3 1, 88 | even in the future life, excel some who are better; which ~ 4 1, 107 | supereminently; and the "Seraphim" excel in what is ~the supreme 5 1, 108 | another, because the superior excel in natural ~knowledge. Therefore 6 1, 111 | Divine Persons infinitely excel all the angelic ~orders. 7 2, 2 | although other delights excel them: and yet happiness 8 2, 28 | manner those who ~seek to excel, are moved against those 9 2, 28 | against those who seem to excel, as though these ~were a 10 2, 46 | who inflicted the ~injury, excel very much, anger does not 11 2, 46 | specifically, does not naturally excel others either in ~anger 12 2, 47 | but ~if they think they excel in those points, they do 13 2, 47 | Consequently those who excel in any matter, ~are most 14 2, 57 | Further, the liberal arts excel the mechanical arts. But 15 2, 74 | lower, so does the ~reason excel the imagination. Now sometimes 16 2, 79 | since two of the senses excel in ~rendering service to 17 2, 84 | denoting inordinate desire to excel; and thus it is a special 18 2, 84 | denoting ~inordinate desire to excel, as is clear from what follows ( 19 2, 84 | which is the desire to excel, is said to be the "beginning" 20 2, 84 | Reply OBJ 3: In desiring to excel, man loves himself, for 21 2, 28 | cruelty and harshness seem to excel other evils. Now the ~Philosopher 22 2, 70 | who think ~themselves to excel, are more prone to despise 23 2, 71 | the goods of the body ~excel the goods of external things, 24 2, 78 | honor rendered to those who excel ~in worth."~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 78 | are due to persons ~who excel. "Faithfulness whereby a 26 2, 100 | worship and honor to those who excel in some kind of dignity." 27 2, 100 | piety to our parents, who excel in dignity. ~Therefore observance 28 2, 100 | are they due to those who excel in science ~and virtue. 29 2, 100 | and ~worship to those who excel in science and virtue. Therefore 30 2, 100 | worship and honor to those who excel in dignity, is not a ~special 31 2, 100 | worship and honor to those who excel in some kind ~of dignity."~ 32 2, 101 | we ~honor all those who excel in dignity, while dulia 33 2, 121 | pertains to fortitude to excel in battle rather than in ~ 34 2, 121 | also pleasures of ~touch excel all others in hindering 35 2, 127 | act of ~which he wishes to excel, even as in the acts of 36 2, 141 | the vices of intemperance excel others in disgrace.~Aquin.: 37 2, 142 | contrary effects. Now those who excel in wickedness are ~not ashamed, 38 2, 143 | temperance, because they excel in the point of a greater 39 2, 149 | Whereas thou shouldst excel thy wife in virtue, since ~ 40 2, 150 | answer that, A thing may excel all others in two ways. 41 2, 180 | prelates, they should ~also excel in the contemplative life; 42 2, 182 | regular have, this one will excel in the first point, ~and 43 2, 183 | occupations of a prelate ought to excel those ~of the people, as 44 2, 183 | governing, who does not excel in the grace of holiness. 45 2, 185 | efficaciously healed by things that ~excel in cold, so proneness to 46 2, 186 | than study. Again one will excel another if it be ~directed 47 2, 186 | perfect simply, since to excel in better things is to be 48 2, 187 | lest deeming ourselves to excel in wisdom we despise the 49 2, 187 | and the same man should excel in ~all the virtues at once, 50 2, 187 | various religious orders excel in ~respect of various works 51 3, 30 | imaginary vision also seems to excel bodily vision: just ~as 52 3, 42 | teacher, who desires to ~excel in his knowledge, wherefore 53 Suppl, 72| are fire and water which excel the others in their active


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