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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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proportioned

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | delight in things duly proportioned, as in what is after their 2 1, 7 | the power of anything is proportioned to its essence. Now ~if 3 1, 12 | created intellect can be proportioned to know God.~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 13 | God is not the measure proportioned to things measured; ~hence 5 1, 57 | fact that the species are proportioned to the rank of ~these substances 6 1, 64 | appetitive power is in all things proportioned to the ~apprehensive, whereby 7 1, 58 | fact that the species are proportioned to the rank of ~these substances 8 1, 65 | appetitive power is in all things proportioned to the ~apprehensive, whereby 9 1, 81 | OBJ 3: Further, habits are proportioned to their powers, as perfections ~ 10 1, 83 | the power of knowledge is proportioned to ~the thing known. Wherefore 11 1, 90 | order ~to make it suitably proportioned to the soul and its operations.~ 12 2, 109| conducing to an end must be proportioned to the end. ~But no act 13 2, 79 | due, one becomes suitably ~proportioned to him, through being ordered 14 2, 143| having his bodily limbs well proportioned, ~together with a certain 15 2, 143| conduct or actions being well proportioned in respect ~of the spiritual 16 3, 5 | For ~since the body is proportioned to the soul as matter to 17 3, 7 | the wayfarer seems to be proportioned to ~the state of the comprehensor. 18 3, 9 | by intelligible species proportioned to the human mind.~Aquin.: 19 3, 9 | mind, intelligible species, proportioned to its nature.~Aquin.: SMT 20 3, 9 | this manner of knowing is proportioned to ~the angelic nature. 21 3, 11 | angels. For perfection is proportioned to the thing perfected. 22 3, 11 | was ~in Christ in a manner proportioned to human nature, i.e. inasmuch 23 3, 19 | instruments ought to be proportioned to their ~operations. Now 24 3, 62 | proper and permanent form proportioned to such an effect, as effects 25 3, 79 | sacrament. For an effect is proportioned to its cause. But this sacrament ~ 26 3, 80 | But the ~sacraments are proportioned to faith, through which


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