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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 3 | figure is a ~quality of quantity. But God seems to have figure, 2 1, 3 | comparison of corporeal quantity, it implies His virtual 3 1, 3 | it implies His virtual quantity; thus, ~by depth, it signifies 4 1, 3 | is a body; for ~dimensive quantity is the first property of 5 1, 3 | reduced to the genus of quantity, as its principles; while 6 1, 3 | principle of ~continuous quantity alone; and unity, of discontinuous 7 1, 3 | unity, of discontinuous quantity. But God ~is the principle 8 1, 5 | limits it; as substance, quantity, quality, etc. Therefore 9 1, 5 | Reply OBJ 1: Substance, quantity, quality, and everything 10 1, 7 | and ~infinite belong to quantity. But there is no quantity 11 1, 7 | quantity. But there is no quantity in God, for He is ~not a 12 1, 7 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Quantity is terminated by its form, 13 1, 7 | figure which consists in quantity terminated, is a kind ~of 14 1, 7 | form. Hence the infinite of quantity is the infinite of ~matter; 15 1, 7 | seem to be properties of ~quantity. Therefore it is not impossible 16 1, 7 | movement and time have quantity and continuity derived ~ 17 1, 7 | mathematically, in respect to its quantity ~only; and naturally, as 18 1, 7 | among ~these accidents is quantity. So every natural body has 19 1, 7 | or ~smaller determinate quantity. Hence it is impossible 20 1, 7 | hence, since the form of ~quantity as such is figure, such 21 1, 7 | Reply OBJ 3: The infinite in quantity, as was shown above, belongs 22 1, 7 | therefore the infinite in quantity refers to matter, and ~does 23 1, 8 | by contact of dimensive ~quantity, as bodies are but by contact 24 1, 8 | species. There is also part of quantity into which any quantity ~ 25 1, 8 | quantity into which any quantity ~is divided. What therefore 26 1, 8 | any place by totality of quantity, ~cannot be outside of that 27 1, 8 | that place, because the quantity of anything placed ~is commensurate 28 1, 8 | is commensurate to the quantity of the place; and hence 29 1, 8 | there is no ~totality of quantity without totality of place. 30 1, 8 | forms which have ~accidental quantity; as an example, whiteness 31 1, 8 | considered according to quantity which it ~has accidentally, 32 1, 11 | number, which is a species of quantity. Therefore "one" adds something 33 1, 11 | would not be a species of ~quantity), thought that the "one" 34 1, 11 | belonging to the genus of quantity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 35 1, 11 | predicated ~of God, since quantity is not predicated of God; 36 1, 12 | certain ~relation of one quantity to another, according as 37 1, 13 | relations, consequent upon quantity; as great and small, double 38 1, 13 | half, ~and the like; for quantity exists in both extremes: 39 1, 14 | the infinite pertains to quantity, as the ~Philosopher says ( 40 1, 14 | Phys. i). But the idea of quantity implies the order of ~parts. 41 1, 14 | be known; for whatever quantity of parts be taken, there 42 1, 14 | infinitude in continuous quantity, as an ~infinitude of air, 43 1, 18 | said to be a species of ~quantity. The same must be said of 44 1, 23 | OBJ 2: The reason of the quantity of any one part must be 45 1, 25 | such infinity belongs to quantity. ~But the divine essence 46 1, 28 | forasmuch as other genera, as quantity and quality, in their strict 47 1, 28 | that ~of "relation," as in quantity and quality, even the true 48 1, 28 | respect to the subject; for quantity is ~called the measure of 49 1, 28 | relation ~is based either on quantity, as double and half; or 50 1, 28 | like. Now as there is no quantity in God, for He is ~great 51 1, 28 | for He is ~great without quantity, as Augustine says (De Trin. 52 1, 30 | gods, and does not imply quantity in God." Hence we ~see that 53 1, 30 | which is a species ~of quantity. Number in this sense is 54 1, 30 | material things which ~have quantity. The other kind of division 55 1, 30 | is a species of discrete ~quantity, and seeing that such kind 56 1, 30 | seeing that such kind of quantity has no place in God, ~asserted 57 1, 30 | sense of its genus, which is quantity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 58 1, 30 | from ~number, a species of quantity, for in that sense they 59 1, 30 | if taken as a species of quantity, denotes an accident added ~ 60 1, 30 | creatures, is a ~species of quantity, and cannot be used when 61 1, 39 | equal which has the same ~quantity as another. So equality 62 1, 40 | as equality presupposes quantity. But ~paternity is a relation 63 1, 42 | things which are one in quantity ~as the Philosopher says ( 64 1, 42 | divine persons ~there is no quantity, neither continuous intrinsic 65 1, 42 | neither continuous intrinsic quantity, which we ~call size, nor 66 1, 42 | nor continuous extrinsic quantity, which we call place and ~ 67 1, 42 | equality by reason of discrete quantity, because ~two persons are 68 1, 42 | things cannot have the same quantity. ~But quantity, in God, 69 1, 42 | the same quantity. ~But quantity, in God, is nothing else 70 1, 42 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Quantity is twofold. There is quantity 71 1, 42 | Quantity is twofold. There is quantity of "bulk" or ~dimensive 72 1, 42 | of "bulk" or ~dimensive quantity, which is to be found only 73 1, 42 | place in God. There is also quantity of "virtue," ~which is measured 74 1, 42 | or form: to ~this sort of quantity we allude when we speak 75 1, 42 | heat. Now this ~virtual quantity is measured firstly by its 76 1, 42 | it is. Secondly, virtual quantity is ~measured by the effects 77 1, 42 | form. Consequently virtual ~quantity is measured both in regard 78 1, 42 | equality in respect of virtual quantity, ~equality includes likeness 79 1, 45 | in motion ~according to quantity, quality and place; but 80 1, 48 | subtraction, as diminution in quantity, but rather by way of ~remission, 81 1, 48 | like the diminution of quantity, said that just as the continuous 82 1, 50 | same way as the form of quantity is ~impressed in the matter 83 1, 50 | except as regarded under quantity; and ~without quantity substance 84 1, 50 | under quantity; and ~without quantity substance is indivisible, 85 1, 50 | spiritual things ~is subject to quantity; which cannot be. Therefore 86 1, 50 | number is a species of quantity, and follows the division 87 1, 50 | is not that of discrete quantity, ~brought about by division 88 1, 50 | according to the division ~of quantity, since they are incorporeal, 89 1, 52 | 2: Further, place is a "quantity having position." But everything ~ 90 1, 52 | his substance is devoid of quantity, the proper ~difference 91 1, 52 | the contact of dimensive quantity; but there is no such ~quantity 92 1, 52 | quantity; but there is no such ~quantity in the angels, for theirs 93 1, 52 | endowed with dimensive ~quantity. In similar fashion it is 94 1, 52 | and beyond the ~genus of quantity and situation. Consequently 95 1, 53 | indivisible according to quantity, to which responds a place 96 1, 53 | movement is not measured by the quantity of his power, but according 97 1, 71 | be the most abundant in quantity in order that ~the mingling 98 1, 75 | two kinds of contact; of "quantity," and of ~"power." By the 99 1, 75 | except by a distinction of ~quantity, which has no place in these 100 1, 76 | apprehended as hot, or as ~having quantity, before it is actual. But 101 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 2: Dimensions of quantity are accidents consequent 102 1, 76 | is divided into parts of quantity, as a whole line, or a whole ~ 103 1, 77 | or any other quality, or quantity, are in a body; for whatever 104 1, 77 | power ~of growth is perfect quantity, which is the end of growth. 105 1, 77 | another into substance, as quantity ~prior to quality. In this 106 1, 39 | equal which has the same ~quantity as another. So equality 107 1, 40 | as equality presupposes quantity. But ~paternity is a relation 108 1, 42 | things which are one in quantity ~as the Philosopher says ( 109 1, 42 | divine persons ~there is no quantity, neither continuous intrinsic 110 1, 42 | neither continuous intrinsic quantity, which we ~call size, nor 111 1, 42 | nor continuous extrinsic quantity, which we call place and ~ 112 1, 42 | equality by reason of discrete quantity, because ~two persons are 113 1, 42 | things cannot have the same quantity. ~But quantity, in God, 114 1, 42 | the same quantity. ~But quantity, in God, is nothing else 115 1, 42 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Quantity is twofold. There is quantity 116 1, 42 | Quantity is twofold. There is quantity of "bulk" or ~dimensive 117 1, 42 | of "bulk" or ~dimensive quantity, which is to be found only 118 1, 42 | place in God. There is also quantity of "virtue," ~which is measured 119 1, 42 | or form: to ~this sort of quantity we allude when we speak 120 1, 42 | heat. Now this ~virtual quantity is measured firstly by its 121 1, 42 | it is. Secondly, virtual quantity is ~measured by the effects 122 1, 42 | form. Consequently virtual quantity is measured both in regard 123 1, 42 | equality in respect of virtual quantity, ~equality includes likeness 124 1, 46 | in motion ~according to quantity, quality and place; but 125 1, 49 | subtraction, as diminution in quantity, but rather by way of ~remission, 126 1, 49 | like the diminution of quantity, said that just as the continuous 127 1, 51 | same way as the form of quantity is ~impressed in the matter 128 1, 51 | except as regarded under quantity; and ~without quantity substance 129 1, 51 | under quantity; and ~without quantity substance is indivisible, 130 1, 51 | spiritual things ~is subject to quantity; which cannot be. Therefore 131 1, 51 | number is a species of quantity, and follows the division 132 1, 51 | is not that of discrete quantity, ~brought about by division 133 1, 51 | according to the division ~of quantity, since they are incorporeal, 134 1, 53 | 2: Further, place is a "quantity having position." But everything ~ 135 1, 53 | his substance is devoid of quantity, the proper ~difference 136 1, 53 | the contact of dimensive quantity; but there is no such ~quantity 137 1, 53 | quantity; but there is no such ~quantity in the angels, for theirs 138 1, 53 | endowed with dimensive ~quantity. In similar fashion it is 139 1, 53 | and beyond the ~genus of quantity and situation. Consequently 140 1, 54 | indivisible according to quantity, to which responds a place 141 1, 54 | movement is not measured by the quantity of his power, but according 142 1, 71 | be the most abundant in quantity in order that ~the mingling 143 1, 74 | two kinds of contact; of "quantity," and of ~"power." By the 144 1, 74 | except by a distinction of ~quantity, which has no place in these 145 1, 75 | apprehended as hot, or as ~having quantity, before it is actual. But 146 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 2: Dimensions of quantity are accidents consequent 147 1, 75 | is divided into parts of quantity, as a whole line, or a whole ~ 148 1, 76 | or any other quality, or quantity, are in a body; for whatever ~ 149 1, 76 | power ~of growth is perfect quantity, which is the end of growth. 150 1, 76 | another into substance, as quantity ~prior to quality. In this 151 1, 77 | force gives species and quantity; much more, therefore, does 152 1, 77 | living body acquires its due ~quantity; to this is directed the " 153 1, 77 | existence and in ~its due quantity; to this is directed the " 154 1, 77 | which also gives existence, quantity and ~preservation (although 155 1, 77 | once ~its nature and its quantity, according to the condition 156 1, 77 | sensibles are all ~reducible to quantity. As to size and number, 157 1, 77 | that they are ~species of quantity. Shape is a quality about 158 1, 77 | Shape is a quality about quantity. Shape is a ~quality about 159 1, 77 | Shape is a ~quality about quantity, since the notion of shape 160 1, 77 | one thing and many. Now quantity is the proximate subject ~ 161 1, 84 | substance as subject to quantity. Now it is manifest that ~ 162 1, 84 | Now it is manifest that ~quantity is in substance before other 163 1, 84 | are the ~terminations of quantity, can be considered apart 164 1, 84 | which is subject ~to the quantity; for that would be to abstract 165 1, 90 | power, ~predominated in quantity. Therefore the body of man 166 1, 90 | power, ~predominated also in quantity in the human body, they 167 1, 90 | because they are less in quantity in the human body, as we 168 1, 90 | and ~toughness of hide and quantity of hair or feathers, which 169 1, 91 | of a subject, and because quantity and size are extraneous ~ 170 1, 114 | substance is limited by quantity. But ~quantity hinders substance 171 1, 114 | limited by quantity. But ~quantity hinders substance from movement 172 1, 114 | more a body increases in quantity, the ~heavier it is and 173 1, 114 | matter individualized ~by quantity, Avicebron held that the 174 1, 114 | back and ~imprisoned by quantity, as the principle of individuality, 175 1, 114 | which is not hedged in by quantity, can issue ~forth by acting 176 1, 114 | determined by matter subject to quantity, a thing owes ~its being 177 1, 114 | passive as a whole, and the quantity of ~the active body would 178 1, 114 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Quantity does not entirely hinder 179 1, 114 | being in matter subject to quantity. The ~proof taken from the 180 1, 114 | First, ~because addition of quantity does not cause weight; as 181 1, 118 | than either in ~respect of quantity only, as in things which 182 1, 118 | extend beyond a certain fixed quantity; nor again does anything 183 1, 118 | suffice for the requisite quantity, some other ~matter must 184 1, 118 | partaking thereof, in such a quantity as suffices for the increase 185 1, 118 | individual, but for the quantity due to him. And if ~anything 186 2, 1 | is accidental to a stated quantity or ~number, as such, that 187 2, 1 | or ~number, as such, that quantity or unity be added to it. 188 2, 4 | referring to inequality of quantity; because even now ~some 189 2, 18 | instance if it lacks the quantity determined by reason, or 190 2, 18 | something in a ~large or small quantity, does not regard the order 191 2, 18 | another in a large or small ~quantity, does not change the species 192 2, 19 | we may consider a twofold quantity: one, on the part of the 193 2, 19 | it is evident that the quantity in the act does not depend ~ 194 2, 19 | does not depend ~on the quantity in the intention. With regard 195 2, 19 | comes to ~pass that the quantity of goodness in the intention 196 2, 19 | 4~But if we consider the quantity in the intention and in 197 2, 19 | acts intensely; because the quantity of ~goodness in the interior 198 2, 19 | act does not depend on the quantity ~of the good intended, as 199 2, 19 | intends to merit: because the quantity of merit ~is measured by 200 2, 20 | considered as in the genus of ~quantity; and yet it is manifold, 201 2, 37 | respect of its ~measure or quantity, as is the case with the 202 2, 37 | respect of the measure of quantity; but not in respect of its ~ 203 2, 49 | of ourselves as "having" quantity and money and ~other like 204 2, 49 | the subject and quality or quantity. ~Then there are some in 205 2, 49 | form; or again in regard to quantity. If we take the mode or ~ 206 2, 49 | the subject in regard to quantity, we shall then have ~the 207 2, 49 | of quality. And because quantity, considered in ~itself, 208 2, 52 | For increase concerns ~quantity (Phys. v, text. 18). But 209 2, 52 | habits are not in the genus quantity, ~but in that of quality. 210 2, 52 | other things pertaining to quantity, is ~transferred from bodily 211 2, 52 | reaches the perfection of quantity due ~to it; wherefore a 212 2, 52 | it; wherefore a certain quantity is reputed great in man, 213 2, 52 | which are great, but not in quantity, to be greater ~is the same 214 2, 52 | more or less. And because quantity is nigh to ~substance, and 215 2, 52 | because shape follows on quantity, therefore is it that ~neither 216 2, 52 | are further removed from quantity, and are connected with ~ 217 2, 52 | the species of continuous quantity, which are ~denominated 218 2, 52 | three-cubits-long, and of ~relations of quantity, as double and treble, and 219 2, 52 | treble, and of figures of quantity, ~as triangle and tetragon.~ 220 2, 64 | we ~look at the absolute quantity of the respective objects 221 2, 64 | but if we consider the ~quantity in relation to other circumstances, 222 2, 64 | observes the extreme ~in quantity, but the mean in the right 223 2, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the quantity of an effect is measured 224 2, 66 | equality is not one of absolute quantity, but of ~proportion: because 225 2, 73 | thief. In this case the quantity of harm aggravates the sin 226 2, 73 | In this case again the quantity of the harm done aggravates ~ 227 2, 85 | subtraction be made in the same quantity, it ~will at last be entirely 228 2, 85 | proportion, and not in the same ~quantity, it may go on indefinitely, 229 2, 85 | as, for instance, if a quantity be ~halved, and one half 230 2, 87 | punishment that is infinite in quantity?~(5) Whether every sin incurs 231 2, 87 | of punishment infinite in quantity?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 232 2, 87 | punishment infinite in ~quantity. For it is written (Jer. 233 2, 87 | punishment infinite in ~quantity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 234 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, quantity of punishment corresponds 235 2, 87 | punishment corresponds to quantity of fault, ~according to 236 2, 87 | ways, in duration, and in ~quantity. Now the punishment is infinite 237 2, 87 | Therefore it is ~infinite in quantity also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] 238 2, 87 | punishment of infinite quantity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 239 2, 87 | does not correspond to the quantity of the sin, ~but to its 240 2, 88 | circumstance is an accident, its quantity ~cannot exceed that of the 241 2, 88 | infinitely surpasses the quantity ~of venial sin, as is evident 242 2, 113 | first, in an absolute quantity, and thus the gift of glory 243 2, 113 | great in proportionate ~quantity, and thus the gift of grace 244 2, 114 | although it is above its quantity, even as a tree is ~not 245 2, 114 | seed, although above its quantity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 246 2, 5 | than in ~another. For the quantity of a habit is taken from 247 2, 5 | FS, Q[112], A[4]), ~the quantity of a habit may be considered 248 2, 23 | 1/1~I answer that, The quantity of a thing depends on the 249 2, 23 | infuses charity. Wherefore the quantity of charity ~depends neither 250 2, 23 | increases ~save what has quantity. Now quantity is twofold, 251 2, 23 | save what has quantity. Now quantity is twofold, namely dimensive 252 2, 23 | perfection, while virtual quantity regards the objects in respect 253 2, 23 | dimensive, but only to virtual ~quantity: and the latter depends 254 2, 23 | this way that the virtual quantity of charity increases.~Aquin.: 255 2, 23 | be in respect of bodily quantity, so may it be according 256 2, 23 | be according to ~virtual quantity. Now increase in bodily 257 2, 23 | Now increase in bodily quantity results from addition; ~ 258 2, 23 | is ~according to virtual quantity is by addition.~Aquin.: 259 2, 23 | able to ~increase a bodily quantity by adding a magnitude which 260 2, 23 | distinguished ~from the quantity to which it is added. Wherefore 261 2, 23 | form, of itself, had ~any quantity, and not in comparison with 262 2, 23 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Bodily quantity has something as quantity, 263 2, 23 | quantity has something as quantity, and something ~else, in 264 2, 23 | is an accidental form. As quantity, it is ~distinguishable 265 2, 23 | science, as a habit, has its quantity from its objects, and ~accordingly 266 2, 23 | accidental form, it has a certain quantity through being in ~its subject, 267 2, 23 | way ~charity has a twofold quantity; but with regard to that 268 2, 23 | increase, attain to ~the quantity of another finite thing 269 2, 23 | never arrive at any definite quantity resulting from those two 270 2, 23 | which have the ~same kind of quantity, but not in those which 271 2, 23 | increase it does not reach the quantity of a ~superficies. Now the 272 2, 23 | a ~superficies. Now the quantity of a wayfarer's charity 273 2, 23 | of the same kind as the quantity of the charity ~of the blessed, 274 2, 23 | 1/6~I answer that, The quantity which charity has in comparison 275 2, 23 | however, it increases in that quantity which it has in comparison ~ 276 2, 25 | love of charity takes its quantity not only from its ~object 277 2, 25 | has ~charity, even as the quantity of any action depends in 278 2, 25 | This argument considers the quantity of love on the part of ~ 279 2, 30 | The widow who gave less in quantity, gave more in ~proportion; 280 2, 30 | thus is not an ~invariable quantity, for one might add much 281 2, 30 | alms, except in such small quantity that ~one may presume the 282 2, 59 | due to the part, and in a quantity that is proportionate to 283 2, 59 | equality depends not on quantity but on proportion. For example ~ 284 2, 59 | of excess is not one of quantity, because 6 ~exceeds 4 by 285 2, 59 | according to equal excess in quantity. Thus 5 is the mean between 286 2, 59 | person's station affects the ~quantity of a thing: for it is a 287 2, 75 | either the price exceed the quantity of the thing's worth, or, ~ 288 2, 75 | the thing, affecting the quantity, would ~seem chiefly to 289 2, 75 | consists in equality. Now ~quantity is known by being measured: 290 2, 75 | defect is in respect of quantity which is known by being ~ 291 2, 75 | same applies to a defect in quantity as to a defect ~in quality.~ 292 2, 79 | regards the circumstance of quantity, but as regards ~other circumstances, 293 2, 81 | increase thereof." Now the quantity of a thing should be commensurate ~ 294 2, 81 | its end, for instance the quantity of the dose should be ~commensurate 295 2, 84 | as regards, to wit, the quantity or kind of the thing offered.~ 296 2, 84 | first-fruits, or in such or such a quantity, was indeed determined in 297 2, 90 | in respect of absolute ~quantity, but it does admit of excess 298 2, 90 | respect of proportionate ~quantity, in so far, to wit, as something 299 2, 91 | with ~regard to absolute quantity, and in this way there cannot 300 2, 91 | in excess with regard to quantity of proportion, ~through 301 2, 91 | excess by way of absolute quantity.~ 302 2, 102 | measured in respect, not of quantity, but of other circumstances, 303 2, 104 | counts. First, owing to the quantity of the thing given: and 304 2, 104 | be made according to the quantity ~received.~Aquin.: SMT SS 305 2, 104 | gratis, unless he exceeds the quantity of the favor ~received: 306 2, 115 | it consists, not in the ~quantity given, but in the habit 307 2, 115 | liberality depends not on the ~quantity given, but on the heart 308 2, 127 | magnanimous in point of quantity goes to extremes," in so 309 2, 128 | means, not as regards the quantity of that to which it ~tends, 310 2, 128 | ways. First only as regards quantity, as when a man thinks he 311 2, 132 | extreme, if we ~consider the quantity of the thing done: yet it 312 2, 132 | something great, namely in ~quantity, value, or dignity, and 313 2, 140 | desired in excess as to quantity. This is the only way in ~ 314 2, 144 | of food, in the point of quantity and ~quality, belongs to 315 2, 145 | measured not according to quantity ~but according to right 316 2, 145 | abstinence, which observes due quantity of food not less than the 317 2, 145 | number ~of meals. Now the quantity of food is not limited for 318 2, 145 | possible to fix the same quantity of food for ~all, on account 319 2, 145 | fraudulent intention, in great quantity and by way of ~food.~Aquin.: 320 2, 146 | Wherefore if a man exceed in quantity of food, not from desire 321 2, 146 | daintily"; and as ~regards quantity, he exceeds by eating "too 322 2, 150 | fixed with reference, not to quantity but to right reason, as ~ 323 2, 150 | iv, 3) that "in point of quantity he goes to the extreme, 324 2, 151 | of virtue depends not on quantity but on conformity with right ~ 325 2, 156 | respect of the passion's quantity, that is ~in respect of 326 2, 184 | reason, not according to the quantity ~of a thing. Consequently 327 2, 184 | by the greatness of the quantity, but all ~the more virtuous. 328 2, 186 | possessed only in a small quantity, and as much as ~is required 329 3, 2 | predicates, not ~substance, but quantity, or quality, or some other 330 3, 2 | substance, but quality or quantity, or some ~other mode of 331 3, 3 | person of one man we find quantity and quality. But this is 332 3, 7 | regards their ~"intensive" quantity; for instance, I may say 333 3, 7 | addition can attain to the ~quantity of any other finite thing. 334 3, 7 | attain by augment to the quantity of the ~greater, when both 335 3, 7 | both have the same kind of quantity. But the grace of any ~man 336 3, 7 | we speak of mathematical quantity, addition can be made ~to 337 3, 7 | can be made ~to any finite quantity, since there is nothing 338 3, 7 | nothing on the part of finite ~quantity which is repugnant to addition. 339 3, 7 | if we speak of natural ~quantity, there may be repugnance 340 3, 7 | form to which a ~determined quantity is due, even as other accidents 341 3, 7 | increase." And hence to ~the quantity of the whole there can be 342 3, 10 | way we have infinite in quantity. Now such an infinite of 343 3, 33 | brought to perfection of ~quantity. of these, the second is 344 3, 33 | form, requires determinate ~quantity in its matter. But in the 345 3, 33 | body was not of the same quantity as the bodies of other men ~ 346 3, 33 | 2: The soul requires due quantity in the matter into which 347 3, 33 | it ~is infused: but this quantity allows of a certain latitude 348 3, 33 | certain amount. Now the quantity that a body has when the ~ 349 3, 33 | proportion to the perfect quantity to ~which it will attain 350 3, 33 | proportion to ~which was the quantity of His body at the time 351 3, 33 | conception. Nevertheless that quantity was not too small to safeguard 352 3, 46 | according to mathematical quantity, but according to ~quantity 353 3, 46 | quantity, but according to ~quantity of proportion, so that the 354 3, 46 | the greatest in absolute quantity, yet not ~exceeding the 355 3, 63 | is a certain boundary of quantity. Wherefore, ~properly speaking, 356 3, 66 | unless perhaps such a small quantity ~of water be mixed artificially 357 3, 74 | 2) Whether a determinate quantity of the same is required 358 3, 74 | this sacrament?~(8) Of the quantity of the water added.~Aquin.: 359 3, 74 | OBJ 3: Wine taken in small quantity cannot do the sick much 360 3, 74 | 1~Whether a determinate quantity of bread and wine is required 361 3, 74 | seems that a determinate quantity of bread and wine is ~required 362 3, 74 | good grace," a determinate quantity of ~the bread and wine is 363 3, 74 | sacrament can a superfluous quantity of bread be consecrated.~ 364 3, 74 | small. But ~there is no quantity, however small, of the bread 365 3, 74 | Therefore, neither is there any quantity, however great, ~which cannot 366 3, 74 | not consecrate ~an immense quantity of bread and wine, for instance, 367 3, 74 | faithful. Consequently, the quantity of the ~matter of this sacrament 368 3, 74 | cannot be said that the quantity of the ~matter of this sacrament 369 3, 74 | object has its determinate ~quantity by comparison with its determinate 370 3, 74 | Consequently, then, if a ~small quantity of another grain be mixed 371 3, 74 | mixed with a much greater quantity of ~wheat, bread may be 372 3, 74 | does not flourish, in a quantity ~sufficient for this sacrament. ~ 373 3, 74 | should be added in great quantity?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 374 3, 74 | ought to be added in great quantity, because ~as blood flowed 375 3, 74 | except it were used in ~great quantity. Consequently it seems that 376 3, 74 | ought to be added in ~great quantity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 377 3, 74 | not suffice for a small quantity to ~be added.~Aquin.: SMT 378 3, 74 | adding water in ~greater quantity than the wine, in the sacrifice, 379 3, 76 | Further, a body of greater quantity cannot be contained under 380 3, 76 | substance," ~and not by way of quantity. But the proper totality 381 3, 76 | indifferently in a small or large quantity; as the whole nature ~of 382 3, 76 | of a body for ~it to be "quantity having position" (Predic. 383 3, 76 | belongs to the ~nature of this quantity that the various parts exist 384 3, 76 | sacrament, ~while dimensive quantity is there by reason of real 385 3, 76 | in which the dimensive ~quantity of a body is under the dimensive 386 3, 76 | body is under the dimensive quantity of place.~Aquin.: SMT TP 387 3, 76 | and therefore so long as quantity ~remains actually undivided, 388 3, 76 | based upon its dimensive quantity; but the nature of substance 389 3, 76 | precedes ~even dimensive quantity. And since the conversion 390 3, 76 | arising ~from dimensive quantity. But it was said above ( 391 3, 76 | not by reason of dimensive quantity, but ~by reason of its substance, 392 3, 76 | Whether the whole dimensive quantity of Christ's body is in this ~ 393 3, 76 | that the whole dimensive quantity of Christ's body is ~not 394 3, 76 | host. But no dimensive ~quantity is contained entirely in 395 3, 76 | for the entire dimensive quantity of Christ's ~body to be 396 3, 76 | iii). But the ~dimensive quantity of the bread remains in 397 3, 76 | Consequently, the dimensive quantity of Christ's body is ~not 398 3, 76 | lesser. But the dimensive quantity of ~Christ's body is considerably 399 3, 76 | larger than the dimensive quantity of the ~consecrated host 400 3, 76 | Therefore, if the ~dimensive quantity of Christ's body be in this 401 3, 76 | together with ~the dimensive quantity of the host, the dimensive 402 3, 76 | the host, the dimensive quantity of Christ's ~body is extended 403 3, 76 | body is extended beyond the quantity of the host, which nevertheless 404 3, 76 | for the whole dimensive quantity ~of Christ's body to be 405 3, 76 | existence of the dimensive quantity of any body ~cannot be separated 406 3, 76 | Therefore the entire dimensive quantity of Christ's body ~is in 407 3, 76 | sacrament the ~dimensive quantity of Christ's body is not 408 3, 76 | fact that the dimensive ~quantity of the bread remains after 409 3, 76 | deprived of its dimensive quantity and its other accidents, 410 3, 76 | concomitance the whole dimensive quantity of ~Christ's body and all 411 3, 76 | sacrament, while its dimensive quantity is there concomitantly and ~ 412 3, 76 | therefore the dimensive quantity of Christ's ~body is in 413 3, 76 | proper ~manner of dimensive quantity. But in this sacrament the 414 3, 76 | sacrament the dimensive ~quantity of the bread is there after 415 3, 76 | commensuration: not so the dimensive quantity of Christ's ~body, for that 416 3, 76 | Reply OBJ 3: The dimensive quantity of Christ's body is in this ~ 417 3, 76 | commensuration, which is proper to quantity, and ~to which it belongs 418 3, 76 | sacrament with its dimensive quantity, and with all its accidents. 419 3, 76 | proper manner of dimensive quantity, but ~rather after the manner 420 3, 76 | the manner of dimensive quantity, namely, ~inasmuch as it 421 3, 76 | according to its dimensive ~quantity. Hence it remains that Christ' 422 3, 76 | commensuration of its own quantity, as stated ~above. But that 423 3, 77 | subject?~(2) Whether dimensive quantity is the subject of the other 424 3, 77 | sacrament the dimensive quantity of the bread or wine is ~ 425 3, 77 | sacrament the dimensive quantity of the ~bread or wine is 426 3, 77 | of matter. But dimensive quantity is an ~accident. Therefore 427 3, 77 | accident. Therefore dimensive quantity cannot be the subject of 428 3, 77 | OBJ 2: Further, just as quantity is individuated by substance, 429 3, 77 | If, then, the dimensive quantity of the bread or ~wine remains 430 3, 77 | they are not in dimensive quantity as in a subject, since every ~ 431 3, 77 | cannot be in ~dimensive quantity existing outside matter; 432 3, 77 | seem, then, that dimensive quantity can be the subject of the ~ 433 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, quantity abstract from matter seems 434 3, 77 | seems to be mathematical ~quantity, which is not the subject 435 3, 77 | subjected in the dimensive quantity of the ~bread and wine that 436 3, 77 | the division of dimensive quantity, as is evident through our ~ 437 3, 77 | senses. Therefore, dimensive quantity is the subject of the accidents ~ 438 3, 77 | subjected in the dimensive quantity of the ~bread and wine that 439 3, 77 | because something having ~quantity and color and affected by 440 3, 77 | disposition of matter is dimensive quantity, hence Plato also assigned ~" 441 3, 77 | the medium ~of dimensive quantity; just as the first subject 442 3, 77 | founded upon ~dimensive quantity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 443 3, 77 | individuation is dimensive quantity. For ~that something is 444 3, 77 | But ~it is on account of quantity that substance can be divided, 445 3, 77 | And therefore dimensive quantity itself is a particular ~ 446 3, 77 | matter. Hence ~also dimensive quantity has of itself a kind of 447 3, 77 | included in the notion of this quantity; for it belongs to ~dimension 448 3, 77 | dimension for it to be "quantity having position" (Aristotle, 449 3, 77 | and therefore dimensive quantity can be the subject of the 450 3, 77 | individuated by means of dimensive quantity, as stated ~above. And therefore 451 3, 77 | And therefore dimensive quantity is the subject of the other ~ 452 3, 77 | Reply OBJ 4: Mathematical quantity abstracts not from intelligible ~ 453 3, 77 | manifest that the dimensive quantity, which remains in this ~ 454 3, 77 | subject, is not mathematical quantity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 455 3, 77 | increase ~or decrease of the quantity, not in the way in which 456 3, 77 | because the dimensive quantity which remains can receive 457 3, 77 | or on the part of ~the quantity, as when the bread or the 458 3, 77 | else on the part of the quantity, as, ~for instance, if the 459 3, 77 | bestowed on the dimensive quantity of the bread and wine to ~ 460 3, 77 | is bestowed ~on dimensive quantity; and therefore everything 461 3, 77 | the aforesaid dimensive quantity of the bread or wine, not, 462 3, 77 | nevertheless dimensive quantity supplies the place of matter, ~ 463 3, 77 | Reply OBJ 3: The dimensive quantity of the bread and wine retains 464 3, 77 | increase by reason of its ~quantity." But the sacramental species 465 3, 77 | consecrated wine in great quantity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 466 3, 77 | division of that which has ~quantity. But nothing having quantity 467 3, 77 | quantity. But nothing having quantity except the sacramental species 468 3, 77 | breaking is in the dimensive quantity of the ~bread, as in a subject, 469 3, 77 | little are difference of ~quantity, and alter it, as white 470 3, 77 | form and according to the quantity of the liquid. For if ~sufficient 471 3, 77 | added were of such minute quantity that it could not ~permeate 472 3, 77 | whatsoever added ~be so much in quantity as to permeate the whole 473 3, 77 | there no ~longer. But if the quantity of the liquid added be so 474 3, 77 | according to the continuity of quantity, but not one according ~ 475 3, 77 | less" diversify dimensive quantity, not as ~to its essence, 476 3, 79 | weighed rather than the ~quantity of the offering. Hence our 477 3, 79 | offering suffices of its own quantity to satisfy ~for all punishment, 478 3, 79 | punishment, neither as to the quantity of the ~thing offered, as 479 3, 80 | or ~drink in very slight quantity, or of the remains of food 480 3, 80 | no matter how small the quantity be. Nor does ~it matter 481 3, 80 | not ~swallowed in great quantity, but mixed with saliva.~ 482 3, 88 | in two ways. First by the quantity ~of the favor itself, and 483 3, 88 | sins takes its absolute quantity ~from the quantity of the 484 3, 88 | absolute quantity ~from the quantity of the sins previously pardoned: 485 3, 88 | does not take its absolute quantity from the measure of the ~ 486 3, 89 | likeness of greater ~or lesser quantity. Again, this saying of the 487 3, 89 | measure habitual grace by the quantity. Grace is, ~however, more 488 3, 89 | glory according ~to the quantity of grace or charity. But 489 3, 90 | things and words. But since ~quantity is on the part of matter, 490 Suppl, 8 | must consider not only the quantity of ~the punishment but also 491 Suppl, 8 | sacraments, though the ~quantity of the punishment may be 492 Suppl, 8 | sin, ~it seems that the quantity of the punishment does not 493 Suppl, 8 | lxxxii). Therefore the ~quantity of the punishment does not 494 Suppl, 8 | judge it." Therefore the quantity ~of punishment adjudicated 495 Suppl, 8 | this would not be so if the quantity of the fault ~and of the 496 Suppl, 8 | debt, and in this way the quantity of the punishment ~corresponds 497 Suppl, 8 | corresponds radically to the quantity of the fault, before anything 498 Suppl, 9 | in order that the total quantity of his ~sins may be made 499 Suppl, 9 | because sin takes its quantity both from itself and from 500 Suppl, 9 | already ~manifested their quantity which they have of themselves,


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