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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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decrease

   Part, Question
1 1, 42 | speak of ~either increase or decrease, as the Arians do, who sunder 2 1, 42 | speak of ~either increase or decrease, as the Arians do, who sunder 3 1, 77 | and lastly, ~movement of decrease and increase due to nourishment." 4 2, 24 | there is an increase or decrease in the ~natural movement 5 2, 52 | to a certain point it may decrease and still remain ~health."~ 6 2, 52 | or form may increase or decrease ~of itself, and how it cannot.~ 7 2, 52 | we said that increase and decrease in forms which ~are capable 8 2, 53 | thing. Now increase and decrease are contraries. Since therefore 9 2, 53 | thus that it is subject to decrease; but according to the different 10 2, 53 | were nowise subject to decrease. This we do not say; but 11 2, 53 | say; but that a certain ~decrease in the essence of a habit 12 2, 53 | Such are increase and ~decrease in certain accidents: wherefore 13 2, 18 | of charity ~implies not a decrease but an increase in the reverence 14 2, 23 | 1/1~Whether charity can decrease?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 15 2, 23 | would seem that charity can decrease. For contraries by their ~ 16 2, 23 | subject. Now increase and decrease are contraries. ~Since then 17 2, 23 | seems that it ~can also decrease.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 18 2, 23 | Therefore charity can decrease.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 19 2, 23 | less. Therefore charity can decrease.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 20 2, 23 | but cannot descend, i.e. decrease.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 21 2, 23 | its ~proper object, cannot decrease, even as neither can it 22 2, 23 | consider whether it can decrease ~in this way. Now, if it 23 2, 23 | in this way. Now, if it decrease, this must needs be either 24 2, 23 | virtues acquired ~through acts decrease and sometimes cease altogether 25 2, 23 | does not for this reason decrease, or cease altogether, unless 26 2, 23 | The consequence is that a decrease of charity cannot be caused 27 2, 23 | therefore, that if charity decrease, the cause of this ~decrease 28 2, 23 | decrease, the cause of this ~decrease must be sin either effectively 29 2, 23 | relation ~to increase and decrease. For it can have a cause 30 2, 23 | of increase, but not of ~decrease, as stated above. Hence 31 2, 23 | Hence charity does not decrease ~on account of an obstacle 32 2, 25 | come and go, ~increase and decrease, as was shown above (Q[24], 33 2, 155 | meekness consist in a certain decrease; for ~clemency decreases 34 3, 65 | individual, and against the decrease in numbers that results 35 3, 77 | qualities, and increase ~or decrease of the quantity, not in 36 3, 77 | way in which increase or decrease ~is found only in animated 37 3, 77 | suffers neither increase nor decrease. Therefore no ~liquid can 38 Suppl, 78| from which the movement of ~decrease begins.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 39 Suppl, 81| neither by increase nor by decrease, because they will then ~ 40 Suppl, 88| and thy moon shall not ~decrease" (Is. 60:20). Now the setting


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