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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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smaller

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | natural body has a greater or ~smaller determinate quantity. Hence 2 1, 49 | be natural ~evil, are the smaller part of the whole universe. 3 1, 49 | defect of nature is in the smaller number. In man alone does ~ 4 1, 77 | powers. But to angels a smaller variety ~of powers is sufficient. 5 1, 50 | be natural ~evil, are the smaller part of the whole universe. 6 1, 50 | defect of nature is in the smaller number. In man alone does ~ 7 1, 76 | powers. But to angels a smaller variety ~of powers is sufficient. 8 1, 91 | man. For the rib was much smaller than the woman's body. Now 9 1, 91 | woman's body. Now from ~a smaller thing a larger thing can 10 1, 93 | anything is from us, ~the smaller it seems to be. Now, the 11 1, 111 | one first principle, the smaller they are in ~number; as 12 1, 116 | though actually ~it is much smaller.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] A[ 13 2, 42 | more we consider ~them, the smaller they seem. Consequently, 14 2, 44 | seem to him greater ~or smaller than they really are: thus 15 2, 53 | extend to a greater or a ~smaller number of things.~Aquin.: 16 2, 66 | concupiscible, which has ~a smaller share of reason, as stated 17 2, 85 | derives a revenue from other ~smaller things, such as the herbs 18 3, 69 | receive a greater, some a smaller share of the grace of newness; ~ 19 3, 76 | bread and wine is much ~smaller than the measure of Christ' 20 Suppl, 14| probable that he owes a smaller ~debt of punishment. For 21 Suppl, 77| in the cavities of ~the smaller veins - or as in the course 22 Suppl, 79| perceive its object. Now the smaller the angle at ~which the 23 Suppl, 79| greater the distance the smaller the ~angle at which a thing 24 Suppl, 79| consequently at a very much smaller angle than now, ~and therefore 25 Suppl, 80| thing would be ~greater and smaller than itself, which is absurd.~ 26 Suppl, 80| body to occupy a place smaller than its quantity, unless 27 Suppl, 80| a glorified body become smaller than itself may be understood 28 Suppl, 82| able to be of greater or smaller ~quantity. Therefore neither


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