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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lessened

   Part, Question
1 1, 25 | since His power is not ~lessened. But God could have effected, 2 1, 48 | grace is more and more ~lessened; and these sins, indeed, 3 1, 59 | privations and negations are not lessened nor increased directly of ~ 4 1, 62 | the freedom of will is not lessened in ~the beatified angels. 5 1, 64 | was neither taken away nor lessened in the demons. For it follows 6 1, 64 | taken away from them, ~but lessened; because, of these Divine 7 1, 64 | yet their glory is not lessened by their coming ~to us, 8 1, 64 | the bishop's honor is not lessened while he is not actually ~ 9 1, 49 | grace is more and more ~lessened; and these sins, indeed, 10 1, 60 | privations and negations are not lessened nor increased directly of ~ 11 1, 63 | the freedom of will is not lessened in ~the beatified angels. 12 1, 65 | neither taken away nor ~lessened in the demons. For it follows 13 1, 65 | taken away from them, ~but lessened; because, of these Divine 14 1, 65 | yet their glory is not lessened by their coming ~to us, 15 1, 65 | the bishop's honor is not lessened while he is not actually ~ 16 1, 111 | their beatitude would be lessened; which is unfitting.~Aquin.: 17 2, 24 | good. But moral evil is lessened by passion: for he sins ~ 18 2, 38 | that the inward sorrow is lessened. This is why men, burdened ~ 19 2, 48 | estimate thereof is gradually lessened the further the ~sense of 20 2, 53 | act: for whiteness is not lessened through not affecting ~the 21 2, 53 | virtue is ~destroyed or lessened through cessation from act. 22 2, 73 | it to resist. But sin is lessened by ~the fact that it is 23 2, 75 | the character of ~guilt is lessened, since this depends on the 24 2, 101 | But the Law should have ~lessened this bodily worship: since 25 2, 101 | Reply OBJ 3: The Old Law lessened bodily worship in many ways. 26 2, 10 | generically, ~it can be lessened by a circumstance, and conversely 27 2, 25 | He may be, for He is not lessened by being in anything. And ~ 28 2, 86 | as one's liberty is not lessened by one being unable ~to 29 2, 145 | conveniently deferred or lessened without detriment to the 30 3, 3 | of the Father or the Son lessened by the Incarnation of the 31 3, 5 | the Son of God is ~nowise lessened. Hence Augustine [*Fulgentius] 32 3, 36 | because this would have lessened the merit of faith, which 33 3, 47 | respect their crime ~was lessened by reason of their ignorance. 34 3, 68 | taken away, or at ~any rate lessened, if Baptism be deferred. 35 3, 83 | the said ~penances may be lessened or increased. But it must 36 Suppl, 18| punishment for the graver sin be lessened in any way ~through the 37 Suppl, 20| in Whose sight a man is lessened by ~sinning, which is not 38 Suppl, 83| finite thing be continually ~lessened, it must needs at length 39 Suppl, 88| bodies not to have been lessened essentially through man ~


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