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44 ability
44 adults
44 affects
44 almighty
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ability

   Part, Question
1 2, 95 | secondly, it ~depends on the ability of the agent; because discipline 2 2, 95 | each one according to his ability, taking also into account 3 2, 95 | taking also into account the ~ability of nature (for the same 4 2, 23 | own virtue [Douay: 'proper ability']." Now, in ~man, none but 5 2, 23 | increase of charity implies ability to produce an act of more ~ 6 2, 23 | corresponding increased ability to receive a further increase. 7 2, 79 | in consideration of man's ability and God's acceptance.~Aquin.: 8 2, 79 | will, not because of the ~ability: and therefore if a man 9 2, 79 | justice, through lack of ability, his virtue deserves no 10 2, 95 | means of deeds, to test ~his ability or knowledge or will to 11 2, 127 | is deemed ~to surpass the ability of the one who desires it. 12 2, 127 | And in so far as his ~own ability goes, it belongs to a magnanimous 13 2, 128 | strive to do what exceeds its ability. Hence it is vicious and 14 2, 128 | not altogether above our ~ability. Hence it is not presumptuous 15 2, 128 | things, if they surpass his ability. ~Therefore presumption 16 2, 128 | in proportion to our own ability: for it does not tend to ~ 17 2, 128 | in proportion to his own ability, whereas the magnanimous 18 2, 128 | proportion to one's own ability, it can be opposed ~to magnanimity.~ 19 2, 128 | attempts what is above his ability, except in so far ~as he 20 2, 128 | so far ~as he deems his ability greater than it is. In this 21 2, 128 | tends in excess of his ~ability, is sometimes in very truth 22 2, 129 | attempts in ~proportion to his ability. In this way presumption 23 2, 129 | great deeds ~beyond his ability. The other thing that magnanimity 24 2, 129 | a dignity exceeding ~his ability, he would not be ambitious 25 2, 131 | things ~in proportion to his ability for virtue, ability which 26 2, 131 | his ability for virtue, ability which he derives either ~ 27 2, 131 | falsely deems to exceed one's ability. ~Thirdly, it may be considered 28 2, 131 | in considering one's ~own ability, according to Ethic. iv, 29 2, 142 | arduous and above man's ability: wherefore it is not apprehended 30 2, 165 | not into things above thy ability . . . and in many of ~His 31 3, 60 | according to his proper ability." Now it is part of man' 32 3, 71 | with ~oil signifies man's ability to fight against the demons.~ 33 Suppl, 10| keys, that it is within the ability of the penitent, ~and he 34 Suppl, 58| essential to ~marriage, ability to fulfill the act is essential, 35 Suppl, 70| the separated soul the ability to produce these powers 36 Suppl, 70| is it necessary for this ability to be anything ~in addition 37 Suppl, 71| as ~He is just will adapt ability to the disabled, and will 38 Suppl, 72| surpassing our knowledge ~or ability: and accordingly the virtues 39 Suppl, 78| young man, as regards the ability to transform ~nourishment 40 Suppl, 90| proper virtue [Douay: ~'ability']." Now the proper ability 41 Suppl, 90| ability']." Now the proper ability of a thing is its natural 42 Suppl, 90| denotes not the natural ability ~alone, but the natural 43 Suppl, 90| alone, but the natural ability together with the endeavour 44 Suppl, 93| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although ability to preach and teach is sometimes


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