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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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height

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | Destroying counsels and every height ~that exalteth itself against 2 1, 3 | knowing hidden things; by height, the ~transcendence of His 3 1, 12 | such a great and sublime height. Now since the natural power ~ 4 1, 14 | sees the whole road from a ~height, sees at once all travelling 5 1, 69 | are heaped up to a greater height at the place where they 6 1, 70 | are heaped up to a greater height at the place where they 7 2, 4 | a ~heaven raised on the height of spiritual goods. Nevertheless 8 2, 102 | or brass; and ~of such a height that it was impossible to 9 2, 102 | cedar-wood," ~which denotes the height of hope or contemplation; " 10 2, 102 | which flies at a great height, pride is forbidden: in 11 2, 24 | to one's enemies is the height of perfection" ~[*Augustine, 12 2, 104 | profitable to ~me also. It is the height of malevolence to refuse 13 2, 105 | forget a kindness is the height of ~ingratitude." Therefore 14 2, 105 | repay one, but it is the ~height of ingratitude to forget 15 2, 151 | the manly mind from its height as the ~fondling of a woman, 16 2, 151 | from ~virtue, but from the height, i.e. the perfection of 17 2, 161 | fruit, her pride rose to the height of desiring to obtain ~something 18 2, 172 | revelation. ~Fourthly, the height of a degree of prophecy 19 2, 178 | flesh, no one reaches such a height of contemplation as to ~ 20 2, 178 | rise at one time to a great height, at another swoop down to ~ 21 2, 179 | repelled from that immense height recoils ~on itself."~ 22 2, 181 | state" seems to indicate height of a kind; ~because to stand 23 2, 183 | Another thing is the height of degree, for a bishop 24 2, 183 | regards the second, namely the height of degree, it ~is presumptuous 25 2, 183 | episcopal act it has the height of degree attached to it, 26 2, 184 | to lay hold of the very height of ~perfection, while they 27 2, 184 | to lay hold of the very height ~of perfection. Therefore 28 2, 184 | the manly mind from its height as the ~fondling of women, 29 3, 14 | from above, i.e. from the height of human nature, which it ~ 30 3, 20 | did not ~attain to the height of Divine goodness. And 31 3, 41 | temptation to ~the extreme height of pride, saying: "You shall 32 3, 45 | resplendent, "because in the height of heavenly ~clarity all 33 3, 46 | teacher of that breadth, and height, and ~length, and depth," 34 3, 46 | the note of longanimity. Height is in ~that portion of the 35 3, 52 | For if relatively to the height of ~heaven this darksome 36 3, 52 | then relatively to the height of ~this same air the earth 37 3, 52 | again in comparison with the height of the same earth, those ~ 38 Suppl, 72| rise in the air to the same height as did the waters of the ~ 39 Suppl, 72| deluge did not rise to the height of the ~higher heavens but 40 Suppl, 72| of the deluge rose to a height which can ~be approximately 41 Suppl, 72| approximately calculated from the height of the mountains which they ~ 42 Suppl, 72| the soul cannot reach the height of its ~perfection unless


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