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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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limits

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1 1, 1 | our purpose within proper limits, we first endeavor to ~investigate 2 1, 5 | whatever is added to ~being limits it; as substance, quantity, 3 1, 5 | etc. Therefore goodness ~limits being. Therefore not every 4 1, 50 | be circumscribed by local limits belongs to bodies only; ~ 5 1, 50 | circumscribed by essential limits belongs to all ~creatures, 6 1, 53 | Between the two extreme limits there are infinite ~intermediate 7 1, 51 | be circumscribed by local limits belongs to bodies only; ~ 8 1, 51 | circumscribed by essential limits belongs to all ~creatures, 9 1, 54 | Between the two extreme limits there are infinite intermediate 10 1, 101 | from holding, within proper limits, a spiritual paradise; so ~ 11 1, 116 | soul. Therefore within the limits of its natural power the 12 1, 116 | God, it ~can exceed those limits.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] A[ 13 2, 2 | good which ~surpasses the limits of all creation, it seems 14 2, 21 | mean does not ~exceed its limits, viz. the action does not 15 2, 23 | does not go beyond the ~limits of "sadness," which is a 16 2, 24 | movement that exceeds the ~limits of reason. Wherefore Cicero, 17 2, 31 | latter remains within the limits of sensible ~pleasure. Because 18 2, 56 | good, which transcends the limits of ~human nature, or as 19 2, 93 | they should not pass ~their limits."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] A[ 20 2, 11 | matter the law ~prescribes limits according as God's honor 21 2, 23 | not possible to fix any limits to the ~increase of charity 22 2, 25 | one will rest ~within the limits determined by God. But in 23 2, 26 | physician does not put ~limits to health, but makes it 24 2, 58 | without ~himself exceeding the limits of a blameless defence. 25 2, 62 | one does not exceed the ~limits of a blameless defense." 26 2, 81 | wrong to transgress the limits fixed by ~God, especially 27 2, 81 | have a mind to pass the ~limits to see the Lord, and a very 28 2, 81 | God has fixed for us the limits of prayer by instituting 29 2, 81 | prolong our prayer ~beyond its limits.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 30 2, 84 | should vary between ~these limits according to the custom 31 2, 93 | extending beyond its possible limits. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 32 2, 93 | they be extended beyond the limits set according to the ~order 33 2, 180 | mind to pass the" fixed "limits to see the Lord." Therefore ~ 34 3, 1 | God in person ~exceeds the limits of the perfection of nature.~ 35 3, 2 | Div. Nom. 1): "Within the limits of our nature He came, Who 36 3, 7 | infinite, is confined by no limits. Therefore it ~seems that 37 3, 10 | created remained within the limits of the ~creature," as Damascene 38 3, 31 | shut up within the narrow limits of the womb. Therefore it ~ 39 3, 46 | its proper matter, within limits. ~But, as was laid down 40 Suppl, 8 | con. fined within certain limits.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[6] 41 Suppl, 25| exceeds that estimate, he limits the compensation. Now he 42 Suppl, 26| grant them within fixed limits ~and not beyond.~Aquin.: 43 Suppl, 28| does not go beyond ~the limits of a secret tribunal, since, 44 Suppl, 28| penance, that goes beyond the limits of the secret tribunal: 45 Suppl, 60| does not extend beyond the limits of amendment, and ~these 46 Suppl, 67| these causes within narrower limits, saying with ~sufficient 47 Suppl, 69| Human affairs have their ~limits other than have the wonders


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