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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | as we read, who is the measure and rule of human acts. 2 1, 3 | how wilt thou know? The measure of Him is ~longer than the 3 1, 3 | number. But God is ~the measure of all substances, as the 4 1, 3 | turns upon proportionate measure which must ~be homogeneous 5 1, 3 | measured. Now, God is not a measure ~proportionate to anything. 6 1, 3 | Still, He is called the measure of all things, ~in the sense 7 1, 4 | not according ~to the same measure, but according to more or 8 1, 5 | hast ordered all things in measure, and number, and ~weight" ( 9 1, 5 | says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 3): "Measure fixes the mode of ~everything, 10 1, 5 | caused by weight, number and ~measure, as appears from the quotation 11 1, 5 | thing has weight, number and measure; for Ambrose says (Hexam. 12 1, 5 | created in number, weight and ~measure." Therefore the essence 13 1, 5 | hence it is said that the measure marks the mode. But the 14 1, 5 | without number, ~weight and measure, not absolutely, but in 15 1, 6 | place," and "measured" from "measure." But as regards absolute 16 1, 7 | hast ordered all things in ~measure, and number, and weight" ( 17 1, 10 | is nothing else but the measure ~of before and after in 18 1, 10 | Further, eternity is a kind of measure. But to be measured ~belongs 19 1, 10 | which imports a certain measure of duration. Since therefore 20 1, 10 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, as the measure of the first movement is 21 1, 10 | the first movement is the measure of ~every movement, as said 22 1, 10 | it thus appears that the measure of ~the first being is that 23 1, 10 | being. But eternity is the measure of ~the first being - that 24 1, 10 | Therefore eternity is the ~measure of every being. But the 25 1, 10 | time: for eternity is ~the measure of a permanent being; while 26 1, 10 | permanent being; while time is a measure of movement. ~Supposing, 27 1, 10 | time would not be of its measure as regards the whole of ~ 28 1, 10 | measurable; but it would be the ~measure of that part of its revolution 29 1, 10 | eternity ~were the same kind of measure; but this is seen not to 30 1, 10 | As eternity is the proper measure of permanent being, so ~ 31 1, 10 | so ~time is the proper measure of movement; and hence, 32 1, 10 | aeviternity is said to be the measure of spiritual substances. ~ 33 1, 10 | veteration be referred to the measure itself. For since "before" 34 1, 10 | before" and "after" in the measure, as is clear ~from Phys. 35 1, 10 | changelessness; and ~consequently its measure does not contain "before" 36 1, 10 | that since eternity is the measure of a permanent being, in 37 1, 10 | do not seem to have ~one measure of duration; for there appears 38 1, 10 | subject of ~movement, the measure of which is time. Neither 39 1, 10 | movement, not only as a measure is to the thing measured, 40 1, 10 | is compared only as the measure is to the thing ~measured. 41 1, 10 | because by one ~separate measure many things can be measured.~ 42 1, 11 | which is ~number, as the measure is to the thing measured. 43 1, 11 | implies the ~idea of a primary measure; and number is "multitude" 44 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, measure is homogeneous with the 45 1, 13 | measured. But God ~is the first measure of all beings. Therefore 46 1, 13 | its full degree, but in a measure that ~falls short, so that 47 1, 13 | Reply OBJ 3: God is not the measure proportioned to things measured; ~ 48 1, 14 | to knowledge, and is its ~measure," as the Philosopher says ( 49 1, 14 | our knowledge, and are its measure, so, the knowledge of God ~ 50 1, 14 | natural things, and is the measure of them; as, for instance, ~ 51 1, 14 | that which, "to those who ~measure it, leaves always something 52 1, 14 | knowledge of God is the measure of what is known. ~But it 53 1, 14 | knowledge of God is the measure of things, not ~quantitatively, 54 1, 14 | subject to this kind of measure; ~but it is the measure 55 1, 14 | measure; ~but it is the measure of the essence and truth 56 1, 16 | of ~understanding is the measure and cause of every other 57 1, 16 | not according to its ~own measure. Therefore God alone is 58 1, 20 | according to Rev 21:17, the measure of a man and of an angel 59 1, 21 | related to it as its rule and measure; whereas the converse is 60 1, 21 | therefore ~things are the measure and rule of the mind, truth 61 1, 21 | the mind is the rule or measure of things, truth consists ~ 62 1, 23 | whosoever intends some ~definite measure in his effect thinks out 63 1, 25 | in God ~according to the measure in which He is actual. Now 64 1, 25 | has the ~Spirit without measure; and so He cannot be better. 65 1, 28 | quantity is ~called the measure of substance, and quality 66 1, 30 | measured, for ~number is a measure. But the divine persons 67 1, 30 | persons in God, the notion of measure has no ~place, because the 68 1, 45 | considered according to the ~measure of what is made. But created 69 1, 45 | number," "weight," and "measure," mentioned in the Book 70 1, 45 | of ~Wisdom (9:21). For "measure" refers to the substance 71 1, 46 | change, because time is the measure of movement. Therefore it 72 1, 46 | neither can movement, the measure of what is ~time.~Aquin.: 73 1, 46 | being; and time does not measure the ~substance of things, 74 1, 46 | beginning of time were a measure of creation, but because ~ 75 1, 55 | are ~above him, are in a measure in his substance, not indeed 76 1, 55 | example of this can in some measure be observed in ~ourselves. 77 1, 55 | abstracted from things, but in a measure will be pre-existing to 78 1, 60 | which he is moved in a ~measure to grasp other things. The 79 1, 61 | above that time which is the measure of the ~movement of the 80 1, 61 | above time which is the measure ~of the succession of his 81 1, 61 | and which is ~also the measure of the succession which 82 1, 61 | elapsed; yet how shall we measure the time, how shall ~we 83 1, 62 | power; and this is in a measure called beatitude or happiness. ~ 84 1, 62 | Apoc. 21:17) that the "measure of the ~angel" in that heavenly 85 1, 62 | heavenly Jerusalem is "the measure of a man." Therefore ~the 86 1, 63 | not according to proper measure or rule; so that the defect 87 1, 65 | and, ~according to the measure of their conversion, were 88 1, 66 | 3: Further, time is the measure of the firmament's movement; 89 1, 66 | as time is the extrinsic measure of created things, so ~is 90 1, 66 | existence of time as the measure of duration: for ~otherwise 91 1, 66 | otherwise there would be no such measure.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 92 1, 66 | writers matter was in some ~measure formless before it received 93 1, 66 | time that preceded was the measure, not of ~the firmament's 94 1, 66 | accidental to time to be the measure of the firmament's ~movement, 95 1, 66 | time would have been its measure, for ~everything is measured 96 1, 66 | nothing ~else than "the measure of priority and succession 97 1, 66 | having the nature of a common measure; but not ~movement, which 98 1, 68 | explanation, only in such measure as to be ready ~to abandon 99 1, 69 | heaven, and is the numerical ~measure of the movement of the highest 100 1, 74 | their ~substance in some measure formless. But He did not 101 1, 74 | by ~mentioning "one," the measure of a natural day is fixed. 102 1, 46 | considered according to the ~measure of what is made. But created 103 1, 46 | number," "weight," and "measure," mentioned in the Book 104 1, 46 | of ~Wisdom (9:21). For "measure" refers to the substance 105 1, 47 | change, because time is the measure of movement. Therefore it 106 1, 47 | neither can movement, the measure of what is ~time.~Aquin.: 107 1, 47 | being; and time does not measure the ~substance of things, 108 1, 47 | beginning of time were a measure of creation, but because ~ 109 1, 56 | are ~above him, are in a measure in his substance, not indeed 110 1, 56 | example of this can in some measure be observed in ~ourselves. 111 1, 56 | abstracted from things, but in a measure will be pre-existing to 112 1, 61 | which he is moved in a ~measure to grasp other things. The 113 1, 62 | above that time which is the measure of the ~movement of the 114 1, 62 | above time which is the measure ~of the succession of his 115 1, 62 | and which is ~also the measure of the succession which 116 1, 62 | elapsed; yet how shall we measure the time, how shall ~we 117 1, 63 | power; and this is in a measure called beatitude or happiness. ~ 118 1, 63 | Apoc. 21:17) that the "measure of the ~angel" in that heavenly 119 1, 63 | heavenly Jerusalem is "the measure of a man." Therefore ~the 120 1, 64 | not according to proper measure or rule; so that the defect 121 1, 66 | God, and, according to the measure of their conversion, were 122 1, 67 | 3: Further, time is the measure of the firmament's movement; 123 1, 67 | as time is the extrinsic measure of created things, so ~is 124 1, 67 | existence of time as the measure of duration: for ~otherwise 125 1, 67 | otherwise there would be no such measure.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 126 1, 67 | writers matter was in some ~measure formless before it received 127 1, 67 | time that preceded was the measure, not of ~the firmament's 128 1, 67 | accidental to time to be the measure of the firmament's ~movement, 129 1, 67 | time would have been its measure, for ~everything is measured 130 1, 67 | nothing ~else than "the measure of priority and succession 131 1, 67 | having the nature of a common measure; but not ~movement, which 132 1, 69 | explanation, only in such measure as to be ready ~to abandon 133 1, 70 | heaven, and is the numerical ~measure of the movement of the highest 134 1, 73 | their ~substance in some measure formless. But He did not 135 1, 73 | by ~mentioning "one," the measure of a natural day is fixed. 136 1, 77 | odor, a body must be in a measure affected by heat. On the 137 1, 78 | other. While to "judge" or "measure" ~[mensurare] is an act 138 1, 84 | that time, which is the measure of ~the movement of corporeal 139 1, 84 | is limited. ~Unity is the measure of number: wherefore it 140 1, 93 | happiness in a ~certain measure," as Augustine says (Gen. 141 1, 93 | knows others in its ~own measure.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 142 1, 104 | miraculous deeds, the ~whole measure of the deed is the power 143 1, 104 | surpasses nature's power in the measure and order in which it is ~ 144 1, 105 | A[4]), other goods in a measure ~incline the will, yet nothing 145 1, 108 | virtuous man is the rule and measure of all human ~acts."~ 146 2, 1 | that ~there is a certain measure to the flow of good things 147 2, 1 | things "in number, weight and measure."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[ 148 2, 2 | convenience of exchange, and as a measure of things salable.~Aquin.: 149 2, 2 | for nature in a certain measure. But the desire for artificial ~ 150 2, 7 | itself, either by way of measure, as "time" and "place"; ~ 151 2, 7 | circumstant] the act by way of ~measure; but the others surround 152 2, 12 | of one whole, as a proper measure of heat and cold conduce 153 2, 18 | action to its effect is ~the measure of its goodness.~~Aquin.: 154 2, 18 | depend on another, the measure of goodness is not taken 155 2, 18 | something else, have a measure of goodness from the end 156 2, 18 | have external actions any measure of ~morality, save in so 157 2, 18 | in "number, ~weight, and measure" (FP, Q[5], A[5]).~Aquin.: 158 2, 19 | good; which has indeed some measure of good, ~but not of a good 159 2, 19 | there is one rule and one ~measure. But the rule of the human 160 2, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "a measure is homogeneous with the 161 2, 19 | eternal law cannot be the measure on which the ~goodness of 162 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a measure should be most certain. 163 2, 19 | Therefore it cannot be the measure on which the goodness ~of 164 2, 19 | Reply OBJ 2: A proximate measure is homogeneous with the 165 2, 19 | thing measured; ~a remote measure is not.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 166 2, 19 | first in any genus is the ~measure and rule of all that belongs 167 2, 19 | accord with its ~proper measure. Therefore, in order that 168 2, 20 | stands in ~the relation of measure and cause, as stated above ( 169 2, 20 | 25:2): "According to the measure of the sin ~shall the measure 170 2, 20 | measure of the sin ~shall the measure also of the stripes be." 171 2, 21 | individual, ~there is a twofold measure of merit or demerit in his 172 2, 30 | of life, ~desire a finite measure of riches, sufficient for 173 2, 31 | For ~since time is the measure of successive things, those 174 2, 32 | according to a certain ~measure. Wherefore if it exceed 175 2, 32 | Wherefore if it exceed that measure, it will be no longer ~proportionate 176 2, 32 | being consists in a certain measure; and ~therefore when the 177 2, 32 | pleasant object exceeds the ~measure of one's natural mode of 178 2, 32 | First, by destroying the measure of our own good, by a kind 179 2, 32 | conditioned ~by a certain measure: wherefore superfluous good 180 2, 32 | conditioned by a certain fixed measure: ~wherefore surfeit of such 181 2, 34 | Whether pleasure is the measure or rule by which to judge 182 2, 34 | virtuous man is a kind of measure ~and rule of human actions"; 183 2, 34 | Whether pleasure is the measure or rule by which to judge 184 2, 34 | that pleasure is not the measure or rule of moral ~good and 185 2, 34 | first in a genus is the measure of ~all the rest" (Metaph. 186 2, 34 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a measure or rule should be uniform; 187 2, 34 | the most uniform, is the measure and rule of all ~movements ( 188 2, 34 | Therefore pleasure is not the ~measure and rule of morals.~Aquin.: 189 2, 34 | pleasures are not the rule and measure of moral goodness and malice.~ 190 2, 34 | which is the ~rule and measure of such matters, that we 191 2, 34 | pleasure ~can be a rule or measure. Because that man is good, 192 2, 37 | merely in respect of its ~measure or quantity, as is the case 193 2, 37 | according to a certain fixed measure. Consequently if this ~movement 194 2, 37 | movement goes beyond the right measure, it will be repugnant to 195 2, 37 | life in respect of the measure of quantity; but not in 196 2, 37 | repugnant thereto as regards its measure: such are love, joy, ~desire 197 2, 37 | not only as ~regards its measure, but also as regards its 198 2, 43 | must be according to a measure. For the defect which causes 199 2, 43 | their defect exceeds the measure ~of fear.~Aquin.: SMT FS 200 2, 46 | rule of reason as to the ~measure of vengeance. Anger, therefore, 201 2, 46 | satisfied with no particular ~measure of evil: because those things 202 2, 46 | sake, are desired without measure, as the Philosopher states ( 203 2, 46 | inflicted goes beyond the measure of justice according to 204 2, 47 | this hurt surpasses the measure of just retaliation.~Aquin.: 205 2, 49 | iv, ~3), "is that which a measure determines": wherefore it 206 2, 49 | determination according to a certain measure. Therefore, just as that 207 2, 52 | be more or less: for ~the measure is not the same in all, 208 2, 52 | given to the most ~perfect measure, then we should not speak 209 2, 52 | brought to a more perfect measure, this is the result of a 210 2, 60 | destroyed in so far as the due measure ~of the external act is 211 2, 60 | passions exceed their due measure. Thus when ~through anger, 212 2, 63 | in "number, weight, ~and measure," as expressed in Wis. 11: 213 2, 64 | determinate matter: and the measure or rule of the appetitive 214 2, 64 | discordance from their rule or ~measure. Now this may happen either 215 2, 64 | either by their exceeding the measure or by ~their falling short 216 2, 64 | conforming with a rule or measure in respect of which it may 217 2, 64 | far as it is subject to a measure. Now the good ~of intellectual 218 2, 64 | things; since things are the measure of our intellect, as ~stated 219 2, 64 | character of a rule and measure. Consequently the ~rectitude 220 2, 64 | virtues also have their measure, as stated, ~and they observe 221 2, 64 | as they conform to that measure.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[64] A[ 222 2, 64 | of virtues: ~because the measure and rule of intellectual 223 2, 64 | conformity with virtue's rule or measure, in so far as one may exceed 224 2, 64 | short of that rule. Now the measure of theological virtue may 225 2, 64 | of virtue, and thus the ~measure and rule of theological 226 2, 64 | and loving kindness. ~This measure surpasses all human power: 227 2, 64 | Para. 2/2~The other rule or measure of theological virtue is 228 2, 64 | loving, according to ~the measure of our condition. Consequently 229 2, 64 | reason by conformity with a measure that may be exceeded: whereas ~ 230 2, 64 | in relation to a created measure and rule; whereas the ~theological 231 2, 64 | to an uncreated rule and ~measure. Wherefore the comparison 232 2, 66 | each one "according to the measure of the giving ~of Christ," 233 2, 66 | given grace according to the measure of the giving of Christ."~ 234 2, 66 | say that it refers to ~the measure of sanctifying grace, by 235 2, 71 | conformity with its due measure: and ~conformity of measure 236 2, 71 | measure: and ~conformity of measure in a thing depends on a 237 2, 72 | punishment to mortal sin; and the measure ~of the punishment corresponds 238 2, 72 | 25:2: "According to the measure of the sin shall the measure 239 2, 72 | measure of the sin shall the measure be also ~of the stripes 240 2, 85 | whatever, is according to some ~measure, wherefore it is stated 241 2, 85 | mode" ~corresponding to its measure. Lastly owing to its form, 242 2, 87 | written (Is. 27:8): "In measure against measure, when it ~ 243 2, 87 | 8): "In measure against measure, when it ~shall be cast 244 2, 87 | 25:2: "According to the measure of the sin shall the ~measure 245 2, 87 | measure of the sin shall the ~measure also of the stripes be." 246 2, 87 | read: "Fill ye up then the measure of your fathers." The sins 247 2, 90 | that, Law is a rule and measure of acts, whereby man is 248 2, 90 | to act. Now the rule and measure ~of human acts is the reason, 249 2, 90 | genus, is the rule and ~measure of that genus: for instance, 250 2, 90 | law is a kind of rule and measure, it may be in ~something 251 2, 90 | because it is their rule and measure. Now as ~reason is a principle 252 2, 90 | others by way ~of a rule and measure. Now a rule or measure is 253 2, 90 | and measure. Now a rule or measure is imposed by being applied ~ 254 2, 91 | law, being a rule ~and measure, can be in a person in two 255 2, 91 | partakes ~of the rule or measure. Wherefore, since all things 256 2, 91 | bears the character of a measure, as stated above ~(Q[90], 257 2, 91 | But human reason is not a measure of things, but vice ~versa, 258 2, 91 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a measure should be most certain, 259 2, 91 | reason is the ~rule and measure, although it is not the 260 2, 91 | although it is not the measure of things that are from ~ 261 2, 91 | is it necessary for every measure to be altogether unerring ~ 262 2, 91 | the light of a rule or ~measure: for it is in this sense 263 2, 93 | Divine intellect is the measure of things: since each ~thing 264 2, 95 | proportionate to its rule and ~measure. Now both these conditions 265 2, 95 | an end; and is a rule or measure ruled or ~measured by a 266 2, 95 | or ~measured by a higher measure. And this higher measure 267 2, 95 | measure. And this higher measure is twofold, viz. ~the Divine 268 2, 96 | Further, law is a rule and measure of human acts, as stated 269 2, 96 | Q[90], AA[1],2). But a measure should be most certain, 270 2, 96 | is framed as a rule ~or measure of human acts. Now a measure 271 2, 96 | measure of human acts. Now a measure should be homogeneous with 272 2, 97 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 5), a measure should ~be absolutely stable. 273 2, 97 | stable. But human law is the measure of human acts, as ~stated 274 2, 97 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A measure should be as enduring as 275 2, 97 | of life in due weight and measure. ~Accordingly in every community 276 2, 100 | God made all things, ~in measure, number and weight." Much 277 2, 105 | 25:2): "According to ~the measure of the sin, shall the measure 278 2, 105 | measure of the sin, shall the measure also of the stripes be." 279 2, 105 | that they had taken every ~measure for safeguarding the roads. 280 2, 109 | restored to what surpasses its measure. And thus human nature ~ 281 2, 112 | given grace according to the measure of the giving of Christ." 282 2, 112 | Now what ~is given in measure, is not given to all equally. 283 2, 112 | given grace according to the measure ~of the giving of Christ," 284 2, 114 | manner. Now the manner and measure of human virtue is in man ~ 285 2, 2 | Further, whatever lessens the measure of virtue, lessens the ~ 286 2, 2 | reasoning seems to diminish ~the measure of the virtue of faith, 287 2, 2 | diminish the merit or ~the measure of faith. On the other hand, 288 2, 2 | of faith, diminish ~the measure of faith, since they make 289 2, 2 | they do not diminish the measure of charity, which makes 290 2, 2 | were unseen; and so the measure of merit ~is not diminished.~ 291 2, 7 | itself, through wishing ~to measure Divine things by the rule 292 2, 10 | 25:2: "According to the measure of the sin shall the ~measure 293 2, 10 | measure of the sin shall the ~measure also of the stripes be." 294 2, 16 | human acts have a twofold ~measure; one is proximate and homogeneous, 295 2, 16 | the mean consists in the ~measure or rule being attained; 296 2, 16 | deficiency. But in the ~rule or measure itself there is no such 297 2, 22 | regulated by ~their due rule and measure. Wherefore human virtue 298 2, 22 | assessed according to the measure of the ~intellect. On the 299 2, 23 | into man according to the measure of his natural virtue.~Aquin.: 300 2, 23 | happiness according to the ~same measure, since happiness is alike 301 2, 23 | given grace according to the measure of the giving of Christ." ~ 302 2, 23 | form itself having a fixed measure, and when ~this has been 303 2, 25 | is loved according to its measure of goodness. Secondly, a 304 2, 25 | and ~therefore we should measure the love of different persons 305 2, 26 | love of God is according to measure?~(7) Which is the better, 306 2, 26 | Gen. ad lit. iv, 3), "the measure ~which nature appoints to 307 2, 26 | thing, is its mode." Now the measure of the ~human will, as also 308 2, 26 | of our loving God; the measure is to love Him without measure."~ 309 2, 26 | measure is to love Him without measure."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 310 2, 26 | signifies a determination of measure; which determination is 311 2, 26 | to ~be found both in the measure and in the thing measured, 312 2, 26 | For it is found in the measure essentially, because a measure ~ 313 2, 26 | measure essentially, because a measure ~is of itself the determining 314 2, 26 | far as they ~attain to the measure. Hence there can be nothing 315 2, 26 | nothing unmodified in the ~measure whereas the thing measured 316 2, 26 | fails to attain to ~the measure, whether by deficiency or 317 2, 26 | appetite and action the measure is the end, ~because the 318 2, 26 | too little, but as in the ~measure itself, where there cannot 319 2, 26 | wherefore the goodness of the measure which ~has the mode essentially, 320 2, 26 | which has a mode as a measure has, stands before the other 321 2, 26 | in the same passage, "the measure of our ~love for God is 322 2, 26 | which is proper to ~the measure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 323 2, 27 | obtained according to the measure of one's charity. ~(tm)Aquin.: 324 2, 27 | words of Lk. 6:38: "Good measure ~and pressed down, and shaken 325 2, 32 | according to a certain ~measure, that is in so far as that 326 2, 35 | according to its proper ~measure. Wherefore it is a sin to 327 2, 36 | is false, with the proper measure of acrimony, it is ~praiseworthy: 328 2, 37 | 25:2: ~"According to the measure of the sin shall the measure 329 2, 37 | measure of the sin shall the measure also of the ~stripes be." 330 2, 43 | with Divine things. For the measure of ~right judgment attained 331 2, 43 | for their salvation. This measure is wanting to none ~who 332 2, 58 | virtuous man is the rule and measure in everything," ~according 333 2, 59 | according to Mt. 7:2: "With what measure you judge, you shall be 334 2, 59 | be judged: ~and with what measure you mete, it shall be measured 335 2, 63 | in punishment, or as ~a measure of precaution against some 336 2, 69 | excused according to the measure in which ignorance ~is excusable.~ 337 2, 75 | knowingly make use of a faulty measure in ~selling, he is guilty 338 2, 76 | return of the thing in ~equal measure, the other, the price of 339 2, 76 | are not appreciated by a measure of money, for ~instance, 340 2, 81 | and when it ~exceeds this measure, so that it cannot be continued 341 2, 82 | certain creatures not in equal measure, but according ~to a measure 342 2, 82 | measure, but according ~to a measure of proportion; and so the 343 2, 89 | has its own appropriate measure in the voice, and singing, 344 2, 96 | way, on account ~of some measure of falsehood. Since, however, 345 2, 106 | brutality, which exceeds the measure in ~punishing: while the 346 2, 106 | consists in observing the due measure of vengeance with regard 347 2, 107 | it attains its rule and measure, namely, the ~divine law; 348 2, 108 | fourth, ~which has its own measure of gravity without addition 349 2, 116 | things good consists in a due measure, evil ~must of necessity 350 2, 116 | excess or deficiency of that measure. Now ~in all things that 351 2, 116 | good consists in a certain ~measure: since whatever is directed 352 2, 116 | respect consists ~in a certain measure, in other words, that man 353 2, 116 | according to a ~certain measure, to have external riches, 354 2, 116 | sin for him to exceed this measure, by wishing to acquire or 355 2, 116 | if they exceed this due measure of reason with regard to 356 2, 116 | in a man's exceeding ~the measure in the things he possesses. 357 2, 116 | things he possesses. But this measure is appointed by ~justice. 358 2, 116 | to justice to appoint the measure in ~the acquisition and 359 2, 116 | liberality appoints the measure of reason, principally in 360 2, 124 | thereto; and to do so in due measure, that is, to ~love these 361 2, 124 | short of loving them in due ~measure. Nevertheless, one never 362 2, 128 | magnanimity exceeds its measure, it makes a man high-handed, 363 2, 129 | if this be desired in due measure; ~so, if it be desired inordinately, 364 2, 145 | one who abstains in some measure from food for a reasonable 365 2, 146 | man knowingly exceeds the measure in eating, from a desire 366 2, 146 | sometimes it exceeds the measure of refreshment by ~taking 367 2, 147 | seem to take its name from "measure" ~[*'Bria,' a measure, a 368 2, 147 | from "measure" ~[*'Bria,' a measure, a cup; Cf. Facciolati and 369 2, 147 | ought to be guided by the measure in all things appertaining 370 2, 147 | sobriety takes its name from "measure," for a man ~is said to 371 2, 147 | observes the "bria," i.e. the measure. ~Wherefore sobriety lays 372 2, 147 | the ~observance of the measure is most deserving of praise. 373 2, 147 | behooves one to apply a measure in all such things. This 374 2, 147 | Reply OBJ 3: Although a measure is needful in all things, 375 2, 147 | there is most need for a measure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 376 2, 147 | because to wit he exceeds the ~measure in drinking: and sometimes 377 2, 150 | end should ~be used in a measure proportionate to that end. 378 2, 150 | use external goods in a measure proportionate to the ~body, 379 2, 159 | although not with the same measure of reverence as we ~revere 380 2, 159 | called ~{metriotes}, i.e. measure or moderation." Now this 381 2, 159 | De Virginit. xxxi): "The measure of ~humility is apportioned 382 2, 159 | be ~entrapped." Now the measure of a man's greatness cannot 383 2, 160 | his own excellence in a measure exceeding his ~competency: 384 2, 160 | according to the ~Divine rule or measure, against the saying of the 385 2, 160 | will not glory beyond our measure; but according to the measure ~ 386 2, 160 | measure; but according to the measure ~of the rule which God hath 387 2, 161 | desiring it according to his measure as established by ~the Divine 388 2, 161 | spiritual good above his measure: and this pertains to ~pride. 389 2, 161 | likeness according to its measure. For Dionysius says (Div. 390 2, 161 | spiritual good above his ~measure, as stated in the foregoing 391 2, 161 | inordinately, that is, above one's ~measure, this is a sin. Hence Augustine 392 2, 162 | would suffer death in equal measure. But this ~is clearly untrue, 393 2, 162 | in number, weight, and measure [*Vulg.: 'Thou hast ordered 394 2, 162 | hast ordered all ~things in measure, and number, and weight.']" ( 395 2, 166 | when he goes beyond his measure in a certain work, he is 396 2, 182 | commanded according to a measure, so that what is ~in excess 397 2, 182 | what is ~in excess of the measure be a matter of counsel. 398 2, 182 | end is not subject to a measure, but only ~such things as 399 2, 182 | thus a physician does not measure the amount of his ~healing, 400 2, 182 | the ~precept, in whatever measure one attains to the perfection 401 2, 184 | are bound, in a certain ~measure, to do whatever good they 402 2, 187 | bound ~only according to the measure of the obligation to which 403 3, 7 | given grace according to the measure of the giving ~of Christ" - 404 3, 7 | doth not give the Spirit by measure to ~His Son [*'To His Son' 405 3, 7 | hast ordered all ~things in measure and number and weight." 406 3, 7 | bestowed on Him ~in a fixed measure; seeing that "according 407 3, 7 | to Whom ~it pertains to measure grace, it is bestowed on 408 3, 7 | not give the Spirit ~by measure," it may be expounded of 409 3, 7 | giver does not ~receive by measure.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[11] 410 3, 7 | attains. Now the ~proper measure of grace, like that of other 411 3, 7 | things in ~number, weight and measure." And it is with reference 412 3, 7 | reference to its end that a ~measure is set to every form. as 413 3, 7 | Christ reached the highest measure of grace. Hence it is clear 414 3, 7 | the ~Divine wisdom, the measure of grace is sufficient.~ 415 3, 11 | soul will be able, in a measure, to know separate ~substances 416 3, 11 | fettered by the body and in a measure ~subject to and dependent 417 3, 11 | of Christ's soul was in a measure ~comparative and discursive, 418 3, 34 | He received grace "not by measure" (Jn. ~3:34), as stated 419 3, 34 | comprehensor," is in less measure than that ~of the comprehensor. 420 3, 35 | although each signifies a measure of duration.~Aquin.: SMT 421 3, 38 | preaching began in a great ~measure after John had died, so 422 3, 39 | whereas John's baptism, in a measure, was real, inasmuch as ~ 423 3, 39 | a perfect man, unto the measure of the ~age of the fulness 424 3, 46 | a perfect man, unto the measure of the age of the ~fulness 425 3, 47 | Fill ye up, then, ~the measure of your fathers" (Mt. 23: 426 3, 47 | truth they ~exceeded the measure of their fathers; for these 427 3, 52 | wrought ~this effect in a measure in every part of hell, just 428 3, 52 | effects of His power in a measure to them all: yet ~so that 429 3, 53 | Lord' - insinuates in a measure to us ~that day draws its 430 3, 53 | has dominion over him in a measure, according ~to Rm. 8:10: " 431 3, 57 | fittingness. Now this in a measure belonged to His glory; and 432 3, 57 | is befitting ~Christ in a measure according to His Divine 433 3, 57 | Divine Nature, and in a measure ~according to His human 434 3, 58 | one so sitting seems in a measure to be reigning with ~him. 435 3, 59 | continues dependent in a measure on what comes after ~it 436 3, 59 | nor ~demerits, still in a measure they accompany his reward 437 3, 62 | merely a cause ~but also in a measure an effect in so far as it 438 3, 62 | humanity, and in a yet higher measure, His Godhead. Therefore 439 3, 72 | of faith . . . unto the measure of the age of the fulness 440 3, 73 | that this sacrament is in a measure several, yet simply one.~ 441 3, 75 | the heavens, which is the measure ~of all movement and rest.~ 442 3, 75 | time is not the ~intrinsic measure of particular movements, 443 3, 75 | but only the extrinsic measure, as place is to bodies.~ 444 3, 76 | be contained under the ~measure of a lesser. But the measure 445 3, 76 | measure of a lesser. But the measure of the bread and wine is 446 3, 76 | is much ~smaller than the measure of Christ's body. Therefore 447 3, 77 | the determination of its measure. In like ~manner the liquid 448 3, 79 | punishment, but according to the ~measure of his devotion and fervor.~ 449 3, 79 | offerers, according to the measure of their ~devotion, and 450 3, 79 | or less, according to the measure of their devotion.~Aquin.: 451 3, 80 | sins are ~graver. But in a measure the sin of fornication makes 452 3, 82 | OBJ 3: As the deacon, in a measure, shares in the priest's " 453 3, 83 | AA[1],3). And so, in a measure, the priest and victim are 454 3, 84 | priest, according to the measure ~and estimation of the sin, 455 3, 84 | fixed time ~according to the measure of the sin.~Aquin.: SMT 456 3, 86 | punishment according to the measure of his share in the ~power 457 3, 86 | Passion ~according to the measure of his own acts, which are 458 3, 88 | 25:2): "According to the measure of ~the sin shall the measure 459 3, 88 | measure of ~the sin shall the measure also of the stripes be," 460 3, 88 | not necessary ~that the measure of ingratitude should be 461 3, 88 | be exactly equal to the measure of ~the favor received, 462 3, 88 | benefactor is less grave. But the measure ~of ingratitude is proportionately 463 3, 88 | proportionately equal to the measure of the favor ~received: 464 3, 88 | absolute quantity from the measure of the ~favor bestowed, 465 3, 88 | favor bestowed, but from the measure of the contempt or of the 466 3, 88 | for all, in so far as the measure ~of his previous sins is 467 3, 89 | they are restored in equal measure?~(3) Whether equal dignity 468 3, 89 | were recovered in equal measure. Therefore ~equal virtue 469 3, 89 | grace ~they receive, if we measure habitual grace by the quantity. 470 Suppl, 3 | according to a certain ~measure, which the sorrow that is 471 Suppl, 3 | because man ~cannot easily measure them. Sometimes that which 472 Suppl, 3 | 25:2): "According to the measure of ~the sin, shall the measure 473 Suppl, 3 | measure of ~the sin, shall the measure also of the stripes be." 474 Suppl, 8 | necessary in order that the measure of ~satisfaction should 475 Suppl, 8 | priests are in imposing ~the measure of satisfaction on the penitent. 476 Suppl, 8 | written (Is. 27:8): "In measure against measure, ~when it 477 Suppl, 8 | 8): "In measure against measure, ~when it shall be cast 478 Suppl, 8 | meted only according to the measure ~of sin, with due consideration 479 Suppl, 13| impossible to repay them measure for measure, but it ~suffices 480 Suppl, 13| to repay them measure for measure, but it ~suffices that man 481 Suppl, 13| friendship does not demand ~measure for measure, but what is 482 Suppl, 13| not demand ~measure for measure, but what is possible. Yet 483 Suppl, 13| is subject to a certain measure, ~viz. the fulfillment of 484 Suppl, 13| the debt we consider the measure of the ~punishment, whereas 485 Suppl, 13| for himself, because the measure of the punishment ~does 486 Suppl, 14| reward by ~reason of its measure of goodness, but it can 487 Suppl, 14| punishment according to the measure of its malice, ~because 488 Suppl, 14| the pains of hell. For the measure of punishment in hell ~will 489 Suppl, 14| hell ~will answer to the measure of guilt. But works done 490 Suppl, 14| charity do ~not diminish the measure of guilt. Neither, therefore, 491 Suppl, 14| passibility ~is according to the measure of guilt, wherefore if guilt 492 Suppl, 18| of the ~absolution some measure of the punishment due to 493 Suppl, 18| not follow that the same measure of punishment is remitted 494 Suppl, 21| it does not exceed the measure of the sin.~Aquin.: SMT 495 Suppl, 23| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the measure of the penalty should be 496 Suppl, 23| should be according to the measure ~of the sin, as stated in 497 Suppl, 25| 25:2): "According to the measure of the ~sin shall the measure 498 Suppl, 25| measure of the ~sin shall the measure also of the stripes be." 499 Suppl, 25| appointed according to ~the measure of sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 500 Suppl, 25| taking into account the ~measure of the sin and of the penitent'


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