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1 1, 1 | either by reason ~of its greater certitude, or by reason 2 1, 1 | speculative sciences; in point of greater certitude, because other ~ 3 1, 2 | recognized that ~every whole is greater than its part. But as soon 4 1, 2 | thing than which nothing greater can be ~conceived. But that 5 1, 2 | actually and mentally is greater than ~that which exists 6 1, 2 | something than which nothing greater can be thought, seeing ~ 7 1, 2 | something than which ~nothing greater can be thought, nevertheless, 8 1, 2 | something than ~which nothing greater can be thought; and this 9 1, 6 | sweetness is not properly greater or less ~than a line. Therefore, 10 1, 7 | every natural body has a greater or ~smaller determinate 11 1, 7 | a thing is divided, the greater ~number of things result. 12 1, 11 | But privation cannot be greater or less. ~Therefore God 13 1, 12 | will therefore have a greater power of sight, not ~so 14 1, 12 | that ~is, according to the greater perfection of the similitude; 15 1, 12 | one intellect ~will have a greater power or faculty to see 16 1, 12 | because where there is the greater ~charity, there is the more 17 1, 12 | proportion as it receives a greater or lesser light of glory. 18 1, 12 | whoever understands the greater, can understand the ~least, 19 1, 12 | things else, ~still it is a greater thing to see Him so that 20 1, 14 | intelligent beings has a ~greater amplitude and extension; 21 1, 16 | Trin. xv, 1), "nothing is ~greater than the mind of man, except 22 1, 16 | except God." Now truth is greater than the ~mind of man; otherwise 23 1, 16 | that the primary truth is greater ~than the soul. And yet, 24 1, 16 | resides in our ~intellect, is greater than the soul, not simply, 25 1, 16 | science may be said to be ~greater than the soul. Yet it is 26 1, 16 | that nothing subsisting is greater ~than the rational soul, 27 1, 19 | Every efficient ~cause is greater than the thing effected." 28 1, 19 | effected." But nothing is greater than ~the will of God. We 29 1, 19 | concerned with the ~obtaining of greater good; but also with the 30 1, 20 | another, for ~whom we will a greater good, though our will is 31 1, 20 | another, if God did not will ~greater good for one than for another.~ 32 1, 20 | since He ~wills for him a greater good, life eternal. Therefore 33 1, 20 | willing for that thing a greater good: because God's will 34 1, 20 | that God wills for them a greater good. Hence it follows that ~ 35 1, 20 | because ~He willed for Him the greater good in giving Him "a name 36 1, 20 | because the needs of ~man were greater; just as the master of a 37 1, 20 | more and ordained to ~a greater degree of glory in eternal 38 1, 20 | hundred pounds ~[marcoe] are a greater gift to a poor man than 39 1, 20 | the predestined sinner a greater good, the sinner is better; 40 1, 21 | and works indeed with even greater force; as ~the influence 41 1, 25 | form by which it acts the greater its ~power to act. For instance, 42 1, 25 | the hotter a thing is, the greater the power ~has it to give 43 1, 25 | motion. Since then ~the greater the power of a moving body, 44 1, 25 | mercy. There are things much greater, however, than ~sparing 45 1, 25 | cannot make the number four greater than it is; because if it 46 1, 25 | is; because if it were ~greater it would no longer be four, 47 1, 25 | because He cannot make it from greater ~wisdom and goodness. But 48 1, 26 | The beatitude of one is greater than that of another, ~according 49 1, 26 | glory." But ~nothing is greater than God. Therefore beatitude 50 1, 26 | as ~the Philosopher says (Greater Ethics i, 3), namely, the " 51 1, 27 | Further, in God there is greater power of fecundity than 52 1, 28 | of the divine ~essence is greater than can be included in 53 1, 29 | since it is assumed by a greater - that ~is, by the Word 54 1, 29 | through [personando], since a ~greater volume of sound is produced 55 1, 33 | Giver, the Father is the greater; nevertheless the ~Son is 56 1, 39 | expressed themselves with greater emphasis than the strict ~ 57 1, 41 | Further, God the Father has greater power to beget than has 58 1, 42 | signifies the negation of greater or less. Now we cannot admit 59 1, 42 | we cannot admit anything ~greater or less in the divine persons; 60 1, 42 | but not in bulk, to be greater is to be better," for the 61 1, 42 | 14:28): "The Father is greater than ~I"; and the Apostle 62 1, 42 | of giving, the Father is greater; but ~He is not less to 63 1, 42 | relations together are not greater than only one; nor are all 64 1, 42 | all the ~persons something greater than only one; because the 65 1, 42 | Therefore the Father's power is greater than the Son's.~Aquin.: 66 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, greater is the power of him who 67 1, 42 | Therefore the Father has greater power than ~the Son.~Aquin.: 68 1, 42 | perfect the nature, the greater power ~is there for action. 69 1, 43 | the one commanding is the greater, and the counsellor is the 70 1, 43 | because it extends to a greater number of ~objects. To Christ 71 1, 45 | 1~On the contrary, It is greater for a thing to be made according 72 1, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the greater the resistance is on the 73 1, 45 | thing ~made, so much the greater power is required in the 74 1, 45 | matter ~to act. Hence a much greater power is required in the 75 1, 45 | that it is an act of ~much greater power to make a thing from 76 1, 45 | of its being made; ~for a greater heat heats not only more, 77 1, 45 | been said (ad 2). For if a greater power is required in the 78 1, 47 | that are ~best, one is not greater than another. Therefore, 79 1, 47 | formal distinction is of greater consequence than material. 80 1, 48 | unmixed with ~evil is the greater good. But God makes always 81 1, 48 | 2: Further, that is the greater evil which is opposed to 82 1, 48 | which is opposed to the greater ~good. But pain, as was 83 1, 48 | end. Therefore pain is a greater evil than fault.~Aquin.: 84 1, 48 | evil in order to prevent ~a greater, as the surgeon cuts off 85 1, 48 | fault. Therefore fault is a ~greater evil than pain.~Aquin.: 86 1, 49 | say that evil is in the greater number is simply false. 87 1, 49 | does ~evil appear as in the greater number; because the good 88 1, 50 | Therefore the angels are not in greater number than the movements 89 1, 50 | things ~are, in so much greater an excess are they created 90 1, 52 | OBJ 2: Further, there is a greater difference between an angel 91 1, 53 | before passing through a greater. ~But the place responding 92 1, 53 | instantaneous. For the ~greater the power of the mover, 93 1, 57 | man; and with so much the greater subtlety according as the 94 1, 57 | substances according to greater or lesser universality, 95 1, 58 | order of nature, can with greater reason do this.~Aquin.: 96 1, 59 | considered, is not susceptible of greater and less degree; because ~ 97 1, 60 | as he naturally desires a greater good to God than to himself; ~ 98 1, 60 | himself before God, and with greater intensity.~Aquin.: SMT FP 99 1, 60 | before themselves and with a ~greater love. Otherwise, if either 100 1, 62 | were likewise endowed with greater gifts ~of grace."~Aquin.: 101 1, 62 | destined those angels for greater gifts of ~grace and fuller 102 1, 62 | thing happens in ~men, since greater grace and glory are bestowed 103 1, 62 | bestowed according to the greater ~earnestness of their turning 104 1, 62 | the angels who ~had the greater natural powers, had the 105 1, 62 | to ~sin. Hence there is greater liberty of will in the angels, 106 1, 63 | the angel was created with greater fulness of wisdom ~than 107 1, 63 | is excellence, which ~was greater in the higher spirits. Hence 108 1, 63 | OBJ 3: Further, it is a greater sin to wish to be subject 109 1, 63 | rest in nature, became the greater in malice." Therefore the 110 1, 63 | since the highest ~angel had greater natural energy than the 111 1, 63 | therefore he became the greater in malice.~Aquin.: SMT FP 112 1, 64 | mercy is infinite, it is greater than the ~demons' malice, 113 1, 64 | contrary, The demon's sin is greater than man's sin. But man 114 1, 65 | of an end; therefore the greater ~good in things is the end 115 1, 65 | corporeal creatures, as the greater good to the lesser. ~Corporeal 116 1, 69 | waters are heaped up to a greater height at the place where 117 1, 70 | though the stars be of greater bulk than the moon, yet 118 1, 70 | concerned, its apparent size is greater.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 119 1, 76 | observe that there is a ~greater variety of parts in perfect 120 1, 76 | animals; and in ~these a greater variety than in plants.~ 121 1, 77 | higher a power ~is, to a greater number of things does it 122 1, 39 | expressed themselves with greater emphasis than the strict ~ 123 1, 41 | Further, God the Father has greater power to beget than has 124 1, 42 | signifies the negation of greater or less. Now we cannot admit 125 1, 42 | we cannot admit anything ~greater or less in the divine persons; 126 1, 42 | but not in bulk, to be greater is to be better," for the 127 1, 42 | 14:28): "The Father is greater than ~I"; and the Apostle 128 1, 42 | of giving, the Father is greater; but ~He is not less to 129 1, 42 | relations together are not greater than only one; nor are all 130 1, 42 | all the ~persons something greater than only one; because the 131 1, 42 | Therefore the Father's power is greater than the Son's.~Aquin.: 132 1, 42 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, greater is the power of him who 133 1, 42 | Therefore the Father has greater power than ~the Son.~Aquin.: 134 1, 42 | perfect the nature, the greater power ~is there for action. 135 1, 43 | the one commanding is the greater, and the counsellor is the 136 1, 43 | because it extends to a greater number of ~objects. To Christ 137 1, 46 | 1~On the contrary, It is greater for a thing to be made according 138 1, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the greater the resistance is on the 139 1, 46 | thing ~made, so much the greater power is required in the 140 1, 46 | matter ~to act. Hence a much greater power is required in the 141 1, 46 | that it is an act of ~much greater power to make a thing from 142 1, 46 | of its being made; ~for a greater heat heats not only more, 143 1, 46 | been said (ad 2). For if a greater power is required in the 144 1, 48 | that are ~best, one is not greater than another. Therefore, 145 1, 48 | formal distinction is of greater consequence than material. 146 1, 49 | unmixed with ~evil is the greater good. But God makes always 147 1, 49 | 2: Further, that is the greater evil which is opposed to 148 1, 49 | which is opposed to the greater ~good. But pain, as was 149 1, 49 | end. Therefore pain is a greater evil than fault.~Aquin.: 150 1, 49 | evil in order to prevent ~a greater, as the surgeon cuts off 151 1, 49 | fault. Therefore fault is a ~greater evil than pain.~Aquin.: 152 1, 50 | say that evil is in the greater number is simply false. 153 1, 50 | does ~evil appear as in the greater number; because the good 154 1, 51 | Therefore the angels are not in greater number than the movements 155 1, 51 | things ~are, in so much greater an excess are they created 156 1, 53 | OBJ 2: Further, there is a greater difference between an angel 157 1, 54 | before passing through a greater. ~But the place responding 158 1, 54 | instantaneous. For the ~greater the power of the mover, 159 1, 58 | man; and with so much the greater subtlety according as the 160 1, 58 | substances according to greater or lesser universality, 161 1, 59 | order of nature, can with greater reason do this.~Aquin.: 162 1, 60 | considered, is not susceptible of greater and less degree; because ~ 163 1, 61 | as he naturally desires a greater good to God than to himself; ~ 164 1, 61 | himself before God, and with greater intensity.~Aquin.: SMT FP 165 1, 61 | before themselves and with a ~greater love. Otherwise, if either 166 1, 63 | were likewise endowed with greater gifts ~of grace."~Aquin.: 167 1, 63 | destined those angels for greater gifts of ~grace and fuller 168 1, 63 | thing happens in ~men, since greater grace and glory are bestowed 169 1, 63 | bestowed according to the greater ~earnestness of their turning 170 1, 63 | the angels who ~had the greater natural powers, had the 171 1, 63 | to ~sin. Hence there is greater liberty of will in the angels, 172 1, 64 | the angel was created with greater fulness of wisdom ~than 173 1, 64 | is excellence, which ~was greater in the higher spirits. Hence 174 1, 64 | OBJ 3: Further, it is a greater sin to wish to be subject 175 1, 64 | rest in nature, became the greater in malice." Therefore the 176 1, 64 | since the highest ~angel had greater natural energy than the 177 1, 64 | therefore he became the greater in malice.~Aquin.: SMT FP 178 1, 65 | mercy is infinite, it is greater than the ~demons' malice, 179 1, 65 | contrary, The demon's sin is greater than man's sin. But man 180 1, 66 | of an end; therefore the greater ~good in things is the end 181 1, 66 | corporeal creatures, as the greater good to the lesser. ~Corporeal 182 1, 70 | waters are heaped up to a greater height at the place where 183 1, 71 | though the stars be of greater bulk than the moon, yet 184 1, 71 | concerned, its apparent size is greater.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 185 1, 75 | observe that there is a ~greater variety of parts in perfect 186 1, 75 | animals; and in ~these a greater variety than in plants.~ 187 1, 76 | higher a power ~is, to a greater number of things does it 188 1, 77 | the ~generative has the greater finality, nobility, and 189 1, 84 | sensitive part acquires a greater power by its conjunction 190 1, 84 | else, through having a greater power of understanding: 191 1, 84 | bodily sight, whose power is greater, and ~whose sight is more 192 1, 84 | disposition, their souls have a greater power of understanding, ~ 193 1, 87 | intellect, as it is a much greater thing to ~understand separate 194 1, 88 | intellectual natures possess a greater number of species, ~which 195 1, 88 | the body: but it has a ~greater freedom of intelligence, 196 1, 88 | whoever understands the greater intelligible, will be ~able 197 1, 88 | contrary, The devils have greater natural knowledge than the ~ 198 1, 88 | intelligible species cannot have greater power in the ~separated 199 1, 88 | which, therefore, is a much ~greater hindrance to the knowledge 200 1, 90 | earth. For it is an act of greater power to make something ~ 201 1, 90 | air, whose action is of greater power, ~predominated also 202 1, 90 | to the body; both for his greater ~freedom of action in the 203 1, 90 | things. Secondly, for the ~greater freedom of the acts of the 204 1, 91 | operation. Therefore there was greater reason for the ~distinction 205 1, 91 | to it; unless it receives greater dimensions. This ~implies 206 1, 91 | the same matter to receive greater ~dimensions, as the Philosopher 207 1, 92 | Divine image is wrought with greater expression."~Aquin.: SMT 208 1, 92 | different individuals in a greater ~or lesser degree.~Aquin.: 209 1, 94 | the effect should be of greater efficiency than the ~cause. 210 1, 94 | now. Therefore there is greater efficacy for merit.~Aquin.: 211 1, 94 | enjoyment of ~God; for the greater the charity whence our actions 212 1, 94 | as man would have ~had greater virtue, he would have performed 213 1, 94 | he would have performed greater works. But if we ~consider 214 1, 94 | proportionate degree, a greater reason for merit exists ~ 215 1, 95 | an angel naturally has a ~greater power than man. But, as 216 1, 95 | hence some would have made a greater ~advance in virtue and knowledge 217 1, 95 | body than others, and ~also greater, and more beautiful, and 218 1, 95 | are unequal there can be a greater love than between ~equals; 219 1, 96 | it is manifest that the greater a ~force is, the more durable 220 1, 97 | sensible delight have been the greater in ~proportion to the greater 221 1, 97 | greater in ~proportion to the greater purity of nature and the 222 1, 97 | purity of nature and the greater sensibility ~of the body), 223 1, 99 | they would not have had greater perfection than their ~parents 224 1, 101 | in paradise. But man is greater than ~woman. Therefore much 225 1, 102 | things which make up the greater part of the world do not ~ 226 1, 102 | orderly way by bodies of greater ~subtlety and power; so 227 1, 102 | perfection. Now it is a greater perfection ~for a thing 228 1, 102 | kingly power is brought into ~greater evidence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 229 1, 104 | any finite power. Now the greater ~the power of the mover, 230 1, 104 | power of the mover, the greater is the velocity of the movement. ~ 231 1, 104 | 1~Whether one miracle is greater than another?~Aquin.: SMT 232 1, 104 | that one miracle is not greater than another. For ~Augustine 233 1, 104 | Therefore one miracle is not greater ~than another.~Aquin.: SMT 234 1, 104 | Therefore one miracle is ~not greater than another.~Aquin.: SMT 235 1, 104 | do, he also shall do, and greater than these ~shall he do."~ 236 1, 104 | nature is surpassed, the greater the ~miracle. Now the power 237 1, 107 | the kingdom ~of heaven, is greater than he" - namely, John 238 1, 107 | there hath not risen a greater among them that are born 239 1, 107 | as it were, announcing greater things: and the "Principalities" ~ 240 1, 107 | angel's subjection to God is greater than their ~presiding over 241 1, 108 | natural ~knowledge. So the greater fulness of natural light 242 1, 111 | Lk. 22:27): "Which is the greater, he that sitteth at table, 243 1, 111 | the angels are ~naturally greater than we are. Therefore they 244 1, 111 | to prove that Christ is ~greater than the angels who were 245 1, 111 | rather ~that it is much greater, in that it exceeds all 246 1, 112 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the greater angels are deputed to the 247 1, 112 | angels are deputed to the greater offices. ~But it is not 248 1, 112 | offices. ~But it is not a greater office to keep one man more 249 1, 112 | of all the angels one is ~greater than another, as Dionysius 250 1, 112 | Providence orders some to the greater, ~and others to the lesser 251 1, 112 | brought low." Thus it is a greater office to guard one man 252 1, 112 | however, probable that the ~greater angels are deputed to keep 253 1, 112 | universal guardianship, greater or ~less, as above explained.~ 254 1, 112 | unseemly, for Christ is greater than all ~the angels. Therefore 255 1, 114 | the heavier a thing, the greater its movement, ~if we consider 256 1, 116 | that are born of woman a greater than ~John the Baptist; 257 1, 116 | the kingdom of heaven is ~greater than he." Therefore angels 258 1, 116 | in this state of life are greater than certain ~angels, not 259 1, 116 | great tree is virtually greater than a small tree, though 260 1, 117 | more powerful an agent, the greater scope its action has: for ~ 261 1, 117 | the hotter a body, the greater the distance to which its 262 1, 117 | or ~less; but addition of greater perfection constitutes another 263 1, 118 | Hence it cannot have a greater ~power in acting, than the 264 2, 1 | reason ~can think of one yet greater. But desire of the end is 265 2, 2 | from those who have nothing greater to ~offer." But virtue's 266 2, 2 | the higher a cause is, the greater the ~scope of its power. 267 2, 3 | happiness: and so much the greater, as the operation can be 268 2, 3 | information"; which is ~a much greater likeness. And yet it may 269 2, 4 | happiness?~(2) Which is of greater account in happiness, delight 270 2, 4 | with delight, we do with greater care and ~perseverance. 271 2, 4 | the contrary, The cause is greater than its effect. But vision 272 2, 5 | get, there can be no still greater good. Therefore either man ~ 273 2, 5 | no other Happiness can be greater.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[2] 274 2, 5 | one Happiness cannot ~be greater than another, since there 275 2, 6 | circumstances, it hinders a greater evil which was feared; thus 276 2, 6 | will. ~Therefore fear has a greater tendency than concupiscence 277 2, 12 | another, because of the greater ~number of purposes for 278 2, 14 | considered by several ~with greater certainty, since what one 279 2, 15 | not consent but ~something greater, namely, volition.~Aquin.: 280 2, 16 | power that precedes them, greater excellence ~is required 281 2, 18 | not good, cannot make a ~greater good; and what is not evil, 282 2, 18 | not evil, cannot make a greater evil. But if it ~has in 283 2, 19 | or doing a good that is greater; the other, taken ~from 284 2, 22 | intellectual appetite has greater activity ~than the object 285 2, 23 | differ in ~species; since a greater difference in the object 286 2, 24 | will, and so ~indicates greater moral goodness. Secondly, 287 2, 29 | of a hectic fever, though greater, ~is nevertheless not felt 288 2, 29 | hatred that ~corresponds to a greater love, moves us more than 289 2, 30 | sake, e.g. health: and thus greater health is more desired, 290 2, 31 | and sensible pleasures are greater than spiritual and ~intellectual 291 2, 31 | and sensible pleasures are greater than ~spiritual and intelligible 292 2, 31 | Therefore bodily ~pleasures are greater.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 293 2, 31 | But ~bodily pleasures have greater effects; since "they alter 294 2, 31 | Therefore bodily ~pleasures are greater.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 295 2, 31 | Therefore bodily pleasures are greater.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 296 2, 31 | intellectual pleasures are ~much greater than sensible pleasures. 297 2, 31 | spiritual ~pleasures are greater. And this appears from the 298 2, 31 | For spiritual good is both greater and more beloved than bodily 299 2, 31 | the pleasures of touch are greater than the pleasures afforded 300 2, 31 | pleasures of touch are not greater than ~the pleasures afforded 301 2, 31 | evident that the sight affords greater pleasure than ~any other 302 2, 31 | the pleasures of touch are greater as being more closely related 303 2, 31 | is, absolutely speaking, greater than the pleasure of ~sight, 304 2, 31 | pleasures of sight ~are greater, forasmuch as intellectual 305 2, 31 | intellectual pleasures are greater than ~sensible.~Aquin.: 306 2, 32 | since real conjunction is greater than ~conjunction by likeness, 307 2, 32 | again, since actual is greater than potential conjunction: 308 2, 32 | this ~appreciation receives greater weight from the testimony 309 2, 32 | wise ~men, hence men take greater pleasure in being praised 310 2, 32 | A[4]): and therefore the greater the desire for the thing 311 2, 32 | for the thing loved, ~the greater the pleasure when it is 312 2, 32 | far ~as it proceeds from a greater desire: for greater desire 313 2, 32 | from a greater desire: for greater desire is awakened when ~ 314 2, 33 | alteration in the ~body, greater even than in the other passions, 315 2, 33 | and carries it out with ~greater care. And in this sense 316 2, 34 | more, as the pleasure is greater: wherefore ~"in sexual pleasures," 317 2, 34 | itself is prior to and ~greater than that which is such 318 2, 35 | Whether exterior pain is greater than interior?~(8) Of the 319 2, 35 | for pleasure is ~naturally greater than the shunning of sorrow. 320 2, 35 | Whether outward pain is greater than interior sorrow?~Aquin.: 321 2, 35 | seem that outward pain is greater than interior sorrow ~of 322 2, 35 | A[6]), outward pain is greater than interior sorrow.~Aquin.: 323 2, 35 | Therefore outward pain is greater than inward sorrow.~Aquin.: 324 2, 35 | Therefore outward pain is greater and is shunned more ~than 325 2, 35 | inward pain is not only greater than outward pain, it is 326 2, 35 | inward pain is, of ~itself, greater, as being caused by a greater 327 2, 35 | greater, as being caused by a greater evil, forasmuch as evil 328 2, 35 | the body undergoes a greater change from the movement 329 2, 36 | 1: It would seem that a greater power should not be reckoned 330 2, 36 | present evil. Therefore a greater power is not ~a cause of 331 2, 36 | lesser power. Therefore a greater power should not be ~reckoned 332 2, 36 | movements of appetite. But a greater power is something external. ~ 333 2, 36 | Wherefore Augustine reckons a greater power as being the cause ~ 334 2, 36 | 3/3~Accordingly if some greater power prevail so far as 335 2, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A greater power causes sorrow, as 336 2, 36 | power which is not simply greater, from ~being greater in 337 2, 36 | simply greater, from ~being greater in some respect: and accordingly 338 2, 36 | and it is thus that a ~greater power is reckoned to be 339 2, 37 | considering: ~because the greater his love, the more will 340 2, 37 | and yet the ~latter is greater in regard to the formal 341 2, 37 | Consequently bodily pain is a greater hindrance to ~contemplation 342 2, 38 | seems that ~their sorrow is greater.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[38] A[ 343 2, 39 | the contrary, Guilt is a greater evil than punishment, as 344 2, 39 | an evil to the ~soul is a greater evil than that which is 345 2, 42 | an imminent evil to seem greater. ~Because all material things, 346 2, 42 | considered in itself, seems greater at ~first. The reason for 347 2, 42 | true that evil inspires greater fear through being much 348 2, 43 | object of sorrow. And still greater would be the defect, if 349 2, 44 | passion, things seem to him greater ~or smaller than they really 350 2, 44 | stronger a passion is, the greater the hindrance is it ~to 351 2, 44 | take counsel and work with greater attention. ~If, however, 352 2, 45 | difficult. Therefore the greater the ~difficulty, the greater 353 2, 45 | greater the ~difficulty, the greater the daring. But danger is 354 2, 45 | feels the ~difficulty to be greater than he expected, and so 355 2, 45 | daring does ~ensue, the greater the danger, the greater 356 2, 45 | greater the danger, the greater is the daring considered 357 2, 45 | does ensue, there will be ~greater daring.~ 358 2, 47 | insults him, ~provokes him to greater anger, as Chrysostom observes ( 359 2, 47 | 2: Further, there is no greater defect than death. But anger 360 2, 47 | one's friends seems also a greater ~indignity. Consequently 361 2, 48 | sorrow: and ~therefore the greater the sorrow or anxiety, the 362 2, 48 | ensues, and so ~much the greater according as the sorrow 363 2, 48 | according as the sorrow was greater. Therefore if ~vengeance 364 2, 48 | added to fervor produces greater fervor. But "the ~addition 365 2, 48 | But "the ~addition of a greater anger banishes already existing 366 2, 48 | natural ~appetite, tends with greater force to repel that which 367 2, 48 | though ~the cold acted with greater force on the hot object. 368 2, 48 | his heart is moved with ~greater heat to remove the hindrance 369 2, 48 | Moreover a wrong seems greater when it is first ~felt; 370 2, 48 | anger in the second case be greater: because ~the wrong done 371 2, 48 | wrong, which is reckoned greater, seem to be of little or 372 2, 48 | the loss seems all the greater, both on account of the 373 2, 48 | Consequently it causes greater grief: just ~as a great 374 2, 48 | received unexpectedly, causes greater ~delight. And in proportion 375 2, 52 | but not in quantity, to be greater ~is the same as to be better," 376 2, 52 | should not speak of health as greater or less. ~Thus therefore 377 2, 52 | for instance, we speak of ~greater or less health; greater 378 2, 52 | greater or less health; greater or less science, which extends 379 2, 52 | a ~more hot thing, but a greater white or hot thing.~Aquin.: 380 2, 53 | ways, or to extend to a greater or a ~smaller number of 381 2, 55 | Jn. 15:11: "He shall do greater things than these," says [* 382 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Greater perfection is required in 383 2, 57 | contemplative life has ~greater merit than the active life."~ 384 2, 60 | appetite. Now it needs a greater difference to differentiate 385 2, 65 | principle, "A whole is ~greater than its part," he cannot 386 2, 66 | Whether one virtue can be greater or less than another?~(2) 387 2, 66 | Whether one virtue can be greater or less than another?~Aquin.: 388 2, 66 | that one virtue cannot be greater or less than ~another. For 389 2, 66 | consequently one cannot be greater ~than another.~Aquin.: SMT 390 2, 66 | that one virtue cannot be greater or less than another.~Aquin.: 391 2, 66 | that one virtue cannot be ~greater than another.~Aquin.: SMT 392 2, 66 | there can be increase and greater abundance, ~there can be 393 2, 66 | inequality. Now virtues admit of greater abundance and ~increase: 394 2, 66 | seems that a virtue can be ~greater or less than another.~Aquin.: 395 2, 66 | whether one virtue can be greater than ~another, the question 396 2, 66 | clear that one virtue ~is greater than another; since a cause 397 2, 66 | virtue may be said ~to be greater or less in two ways: first, 398 2, 66 | itself, we shall ~call it greater or little, according to 399 2, 66 | subject, it may then ~be greater or less, either in relation 400 2, 66 | this, on ~account of either greater habituation, or a better 401 2, 66 | judgment of reason, or again a greater gift of ~grace, which is 402 2, 66 | intense a habit is, the greater one's pleasure ~and readiness 403 2, 66 | in a man one ~virtue is greater than another, for example, 404 2, 66 | has all the ~virtues in greater abundance than another man, 405 2, 66 | another man, on account of his greater ~abundance of prudence, 406 2, 66 | thing may be said to be greater or less in two ways: ~first, 407 2, 66 | liberality ~is apparently a greater virtue than justice.~Aquin.: 408 2, 66 | would seem that patience is greater than ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT 409 2, 66 | justice. Therefore it ~is greater than justice.~Aquin.: SMT 410 2, 66 | considered in its species may be greater or ~less, either simply 411 2, 66 | A virtue is said to be greater simply, ~whereby a greater 412 2, 66 | greater simply, ~whereby a greater rational good shines forth, 413 2, 66 | 2~A virtue is said to be greater relatively, by reason of 414 2, 66 | Hence justice is simply greater than liberality, as being ~ 415 2, 66 | foundation: while liberality is greater ~relatively since it is 416 2, 66 | so that relatively it is greater than all the others, but 417 2, 66 | Because the commander is greater than the one commanded. 418 2, 66 | it seems that prudence is greater than ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT 419 2, 66 | Therefore prudence is a greater virtue than wisdom.~Aquin.: 420 2, 66 | perfect knowledge is, the greater it seems to ~be. Now we 421 2, 66 | Therefore science is a ~greater virtue than wisdom.~Aquin.: 422 2, 66 | Therefore understanding is a greater virtue than ~wisdom.~Aquin.: 423 2, 66 | impossible for prudence to be a greater virtue than ~wisdom, "unless," 424 2, 66 | sublime, that virtue will be greater which possesses more ~certain 425 2, 66 | once that every whole is greater ~than its part. Now to know 426 2, 66 | follows that ~wisdom is a greater virtue than understanding.~ 427 2, 66 | intellectual virtue is ~greater than moral virtue, as was 428 2, 66 | 3]). ~Therefore faith is greater than hope and charity.~Aquin.: 429 2, 66 | together, the result is ~greater than either one. Now hope 430 2, 66 | beloved. ~Therefore hope is greater than charity.~Aquin.: SMT 431 2, 66 | Therefore faith and hope are greater ~than charity.~Aquin.: SMT 432 2, 66 | that any ~one of them is greater than another by reason of 433 2, 66 | by reason of its having a greater ~object, but only from the 434 2, 66 | and in this way charity is greater than the others. Because ~ 435 2, 68 | this latter perfection is greater than ~the former, yet the 436 2, 69 | see God, even as he is a greater man who ~not only dines 437 2, 71 | nature, is not found in the ~greater number of individuals possessed 438 2, 71 | Now vice is found ~in the greater number of men; for it is 439 2, 73 | delivered me to thee, hath the greater sin," and yet it is evident 440 2, 73 | sin. Therefore one sin is greater than another.~Aquin.: SMT 441 2, 73 | wherefore those which contain a greater inordinateness are more ~ 442 2, 73 | the sin is opposed to the greater virtue. For, according to ~ 443 2, 73 | seems to follow that the greater ~virtue is about what is 444 2, 73 | grievous sin is opposed to the greater virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 445 2, 73 | 3: Further, charity is a greater virtue than faith or hope ( 446 2, 73 | grievous sin is opposed to the greater virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 447 2, 73 | needs be opposed to the greater virtue: because, ~just as 448 2, 73 | in checking sin. For the greater a virtue is, the ~further 449 2, 73 | it ~is evident that the greater a virtue is, the more it 450 2, 73 | grievous ~sin is opposed to the greater virtue, on the part of the 451 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The greater virtue that is about a more 452 2, 73 | Therefore carnal sins are of greater guilt than spiritual sins.~ 453 2, 73 | he rejoices more in the greater sin. ~Therefore, since lust 454 2, 73 | that, Spiritual sins are of greater guilt than carnal sins: 455 2, 73 | each spiritual sin is of greater guilt than each ~carnal 456 2, 73 | this reason ~it involves greater guilt. A second reason may 457 2, 73 | spiritual sins, as such, are of greater guilt. A ~third reason may 458 2, 73 | spiritual sins, as such, are of greater guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 459 2, 73 | its ~cause. Because the greater a sin's cause, the more 460 2, 73 | forbids all evils." Now the ~greater the concupiscence by which 461 2, 73 | the cause of sin. Now the ~greater the defect in the reason, 462 2, 73 | increased. ~Therefore the greater the cause of sin, the more 463 2, 73 | forth ~evil fruit": and the greater this cause is, the more 464 2, 73 | will the ~sin be, since the greater the will to sin, the more 465 2, 73 | will, then, where there is greater concupiscence, there is 466 2, 73 | concupiscence, there is a greater ~sin. But if by concupiscence 467 2, 73 | concupiscible power, then a greater concupiscence, forestalling ~ 468 2, 73 | sins, being stimulated by a greater concupiscence, ~falls through 469 2, 73 | movement of the will, then the ~greater concupiscence, the graver 470 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, greater harm is inflicted on a man 471 2, 73 | account of its causing a greater harm, it would follow ~that 472 2, 73 | account of its causing a greater harm.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] 473 2, 73 | foreseen nor intended, then greater harm does not make greater ~ 474 2, 73 | greater harm does not make greater ~sin, but, on the contrary, 475 2, 73 | for the infliction of a ~greater harm. Thus, an unbeliever 476 2, 73 | pains ~of hell, would suffer greater pain in hell for a sin of 477 2, 73 | fact that he despises a ~greater punishment, that he may 478 2, 73 | grievous, since a much greater inordinateness is to be 479 2, 73 | the other. Therefore the greater or lesser gravity ~of a 480 2, 75 | the sinful act in ~both greater numbers and greater frequency. 481 2, 75 | both greater numbers and greater frequency. Nevertheless 482 2, 76 | added to another makes a greater sin. But ~ignorance is itself 483 2, 76 | does ~not always make a sin greater, since, perchance, the two 484 2, 77 | the ~order of nature, the greater the weakness, so likewise, 485 2, 77 | the order of reason, the greater the weakness ~of the soul.~ 486 2, 77 | intense the passion, the ~greater the sin. Therefore passion 487 2, 77 | according as he is moved by a greater pity ~to help a poor man. 488 2, 77 | will makes ~it tend with greater intensity to the sinful 489 2, 77 | temptation of ~the flesh. But the greater the temptation that overcomes 490 2, 77 | so it ~is true that the greater the pleasure or the concupiscence 491 2, 77 | which ~anyone sins, the greater the sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 492 2, 78 | in part. Now ignorance is greater in one who sins through ~ 493 2, 78 | the more, as the malice is greater; ~whereas it is diminished 494 2, 78 | Therefore ~neither does a greater ignorance of the kind make 495 2, 80 | necessity. ~Because the greater can compel the lesser. Now 496 2, 80 | Not every power that is greater than man, can move man's ~ 497 2, 81 | Further, the gift of Christ is greater than the sin of Adam, as ~ 498 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 1: It is held with greater probability and more commonly 499 2, 82 | Therefore original sin may be ~greater in one than in another.~ 500 2, 82 | bile, the corruption may be greater or less, and nearer ~to,


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