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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 4 | be not merely like, but equal in their likeness; as two ~ 2 1, 10 | said that ~"intelligence is equal to eternity." In the words 3 1, 12 | according as double, treble and ~equal are species of proportion. 4 1, 12 | eternal ~life, all would be equal; the contrary to which is 5 1, 12 | triangle has three angles equal to two right angles, ~he 6 1, 12 | sensible effects of God do not equal the power of God as ~their 7 1, 14 | thing cannot be taken in an equal manner as the ~ratio of 8 1, 20 | by His ~care He deals out equal good to all, but because 9 1, 20 | angelic, ~the two are found equal, in the order of grace and 10 1, 20 | grace. Other things being equal, innocence is ~the nobler 11 1, 20 | answered that gifts of grace, equal in themselves, are more ~ 12 1, 23 | equals. But all men are equal ~as regards both nature 13 1, 25 | would not, beget a Son His equal, He would have been envious." ~ 14 1, 25 | a son that he should be equal to his ~father, when he 15 1, 39 | one by the Father; all are equal by the Son, and all united 16 1, 39 | regards another; for that is equal which has the same ~quantity 17 1, 39 | of the ~Father; They are equal by reason of the Son; and 18 1, 39 | suppose the Son. So, all are equal by reason of the Son, not 19 1, 39 | but that, without the ~Son equal to the Father, the Father 20 1, 39 | Father could not be called equal; because ~His equality is 21 1, 39 | that the ~Holy Ghost is equal to the Father, is also from 22 1, 41 | beginning, begot the Son equal to ~Himself."~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 42 | the person who proceeds is equal to the one from Whom He ~ 24 1, 42 | Whether the divine persons are equal in greatness?~(5) Whether 25 1, 42 | another?~(6) Whether they are equal in power?~Aquin.: SMT FP 26 1, 42 | things to be alike, not to be equal. Therefore, we may speak ~ 27 1, 42 | to be found equality, are equal ~to one another, for equality 28 1, 42 | persons cannot ~be said to be equal to one another. For as Augustine 29 1, 42 | image, it ~may be said to be equal to it; but that which it 30 1, 42 | represents cannot be ~said to be equal to the image." But the Son 31 1, 42 | and so the Father is not equal to the Son. Therefore equality 32 1, 42 | they cannot be said to be equal if ~one participates in 33 1, 42 | Eunomius, but also that He is ~equal to the Father to exclude 34 1, 42 | likeness; for the Son is equal ~and like to the Father, 35 1, 42 | Father, and is therefore equal to the ~Father, so the Father 36 1, 42 | the Son, and is therefore ~equal to the Son. But in reference 37 1, 42 | this, namely, that He is equal to the Father, ~and not 38 1, 42 | nothing can be said to be equal to itself; and unity of ~ 39 1, 42 | this reason are the persons equal to one another, that ~they 40 1, 42 | 1/1~Whether the Son is equal to the Father in greatness?~ 41 1, 42 | seem that the Son is not equal to the Father in ~greatness. 42 1, 42 | dignity; and so He is not equal in greatness to the Father.~ 43 1, 42 | the ~Son is evidently not equal to the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 42 | thought it not robbery to ~be equal with God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 45 1, 42 | The Son is necessarily equal to the Father in greatness. ~ 46 1, 42 | follows that a man is not ~equal at first to the father who 47 1, 42 | that the Son was eternally ~equal to the Father in greatness. 48 1, 42 | nativity, is the father's equal, because he has a like nature."~ 49 1, 42 | His divine ~nature He is equal to the Father. This is expressed 50 1, 42 | expressed by Athanasius, "Equal ~to the Father in His Godhead; 51 1, 42 | 1/1~Whether the Son is equal to the Father in power?~ 52 1, 42 | seem that the Son is not equal to the Father in power. ~ 53 1, 42 | be able to ~beget a Son equal to Himself. For Augustine 54 1, 42 | Were He unable to beget one equal to Himself, where would 55 1, 42 | omnipotence; and hence He is not equal to Him power.~Aquin.: SMT 56 1, 42 | The Son is necessarily equal to the Father in power. ~ 57 1, 42 | should be the ~Father's equal in greatness - that is, 58 1, 42 | follows that the Son is equal to the Father in power; 59 1, 46 | certain that nothing can be equal to God. But if ~the world 60 1, 46 | always been, it would be equal to God in duration. ~Therefore 61 1, 46 | always was, it would not be ~equal to God in eternity, as Boethius 62 1, 47 | concerned, if the ~means be equal, so to speak, to the end, 63 1, 47 | Best, to make all things equal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 64 1, 47 | He has made all things equal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 65 1, 47 | that He has made all things equal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 66 1, 47 | all things were created equal by God. ~For he asserted 67 1, 47 | rational creatures and ~all equal; and that inequality arose 68 1, 53 | an angel is not taken as equal to him ~according to magnitude, 69 1, 57 | Gold or crystal cannot equal it," ~says that "then," 70 1, 61 | ascend, when he desired to be equal in some manner to God, as 71 1, 63 | any creature to be God's equal does not fall under ~apprehension, 72 1, 63 | makes choice of being the equal ~of an angel, still less 73 1, 63 | OBJ 2: Other things being equal, the proud would rather 74 1, 65 | creatures only, and all of equal nature; ~but that of these 75 1, 65 | place in retribution, since ~equal rewards or punishments are 76 1, 65 | or punishments are due to equal merit or demerit. But this ~ 77 1, 68 | seeking to make himself equal with God. Sometimes also 78 1, 75 | receptive potentiality would ~equal the active potentiality 79 1, 75 | the condition of both ~is equal." But the souls of brute 80 1, 77 | superior if it extends to equal things: ~but a multiform 81 1, 39 | one by the Father; all are equal by the Son, and all united 82 1, 39 | regards another; for that is equal which has the same ~quantity 83 1, 39 | of the ~Father; They are equal by reason of the Son; and 84 1, 39 | suppose the Son. So, all are equal by reason of the Son, not 85 1, 39 | but that, without the ~Son equal to the Father, the Father 86 1, 39 | Father could not be called equal; because ~His equality is 87 1, 39 | that the ~Holy Ghost is equal to the Father, is also from 88 1, 41 | beginning, begot the Son equal to ~Himself."~Aquin.: SMT 89 1, 42 | the person who proceeds is equal to the one from Whom He ~ 90 1, 42 | Whether the divine persons are equal in greatness?~(5) Whether 91 1, 42 | another?~(6) Whether they are equal in power?~Aquin.: SMT FP 92 1, 42 | things to be alike, not to be equal. Therefore, we may speak ~ 93 1, 42 | to be found equality, are equal ~to one another, for equality 94 1, 42 | persons cannot ~be said to be equal to one another. For as Augustine 95 1, 42 | image, it ~may be said to be equal to it; but that which it 96 1, 42 | represents cannot be ~said to be equal to the image." But the Son 97 1, 42 | and so the Father is not equal to the Son. Therefore equality 98 1, 42 | they cannot be said to be equal if ~one participates in 99 1, 42 | Eunomius, but also that He is ~equal to the Father to exclude 100 1, 42 | likeness; for the Son is equal ~and like to the Father, 101 1, 42 | Father, and is therefore equal to the ~Father, so the Father 102 1, 42 | the Son, and is therefore ~equal to the Son. But in reference 103 1, 42 | this, namely, that He is equal to the Father, ~and not 104 1, 42 | nothing can be said to be equal to itself; and unity of ~ 105 1, 42 | this reason are the persons equal to one another, that ~they 106 1, 42 | 1/1~Whether the Son is equal to the Father in greatness?~ 107 1, 42 | seem that the Son is not equal to the Father in ~greatness. 108 1, 42 | dignity; and so He is not equal in greatness to the Father.~ 109 1, 42 | the ~Son is evidently not equal to the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 110 1, 42 | thought it not robbery to ~be equal with God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 111 1, 42 | The Son is necessarily equal to the Father in greatness. ~ 112 1, 42 | follows that a man is not ~equal at first to the father who 113 1, 42 | that the Son was eternally ~equal to the Father in greatness. 114 1, 42 | nativity, is the father's equal, because he has a like nature."~ 115 1, 42 | His divine ~nature He is equal to the Father. This is expressed 116 1, 42 | expressed by Athanasius, "Equal ~to the Father in His Godhead; 117 1, 42 | 1/1~Whether the Son is equal to the Father in power?~ 118 1, 42 | seem that the Son is not equal to the Father in power. ~ 119 1, 42 | be able to ~beget a Son equal to Himself. For Augustine 120 1, 42 | Were He unable to beget one equal to Himself, where would 121 1, 42 | omnipotence; and hence He is not equal to Him power.~Aquin.: SMT 122 1, 42 | The Son is necessarily equal to the Father in power. ~ 123 1, 42 | should be the ~Father's equal in greatness - that is, 124 1, 42 | follows that the Son is equal to the Father in power; 125 1, 47 | certain that nothing can be equal to God. But if ~the world 126 1, 47 | always been, it would be equal to God in duration. ~Therefore 127 1, 47 | always was, it would not be ~equal to God in eternity, as Boethius 128 1, 48 | concerned, if the ~means be equal, so to speak, to the end, 129 1, 48 | Best, to make all things equal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 130 1, 48 | He has made all things equal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 131 1, 48 | that He has made all things equal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 132 1, 48 | all things were created equal by God. ~For he asserted 133 1, 48 | rational creatures and ~all equal; and that inequality arose 134 1, 54 | an angel is not taken as equal to him ~according to magnitude, 135 1, 58 | Gold or crystal cannot equal it," ~says that "then," 136 1, 62 | ascend, when he desired to be equal in some manner to God, as 137 1, 64 | any creature to be God's equal does not fall under ~apprehension, 138 1, 64 | makes choice of being the equal ~of an angel, still less 139 1, 64 | OBJ 2: Other things being equal, the proud would rather 140 1, 66 | creatures only, and all of equal nature; ~but that of these 141 1, 66 | place in retribution, since ~equal rewards or punishments are 142 1, 66 | or punishments are due to equal merit or demerit. But this ~ 143 1, 69 | seeking to make himself equal with God. Sometimes also 144 1, 74 | receptive potentiality would ~equal the active potentiality 145 1, 74 | the condition of both ~is equal." But the souls of brute 146 1, 76 | superior if it extends to equal things: ~but a multiform 147 1, 78 | understanding, and will are equal to one another, and one 148 1, 78 | and in ~this way it is equal to it, but not as a power 149 1, 81 | angles of a triangle to be ~equal to two right angles. And 150 1, 84 | said to be more or less equal. ~Therefore a thing cannot 151 1, 86 | understood are the same," is equal to saying that "as regards 152 1, 87 | objects together do not equal the ~force of the active 153 1, 88 | passes here. For they are equal to the angels, of whom ~ 154 1, 89 | whether souls or angels, are equal in their natural ~condition, 155 1, 92 | egg, however much like and equal to another ~egg, is not 156 1, 92 | though knowledge ~were not in equal proportion to mind, he takes 157 1, 95 | of innocence all men were equal?~(4) Whether in that state 158 1, 95 | Para. 1/1~Whether men were equal in the state of innocence?~ 159 1, 95 | innocence all would have been ~equal. For Gregory says (Moral. 160 1, 95 | sin. Therefore ~all were equal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 161 1, 95 | peace. Therefore all were ~equal in the state of innocence.~ 162 1, 95 | Order disposes things equal and unequal in their proper 163 1, 95 | although there be not an equal response: for a father naturally ~ 164 1, 98 | females would have been in equal number.~ 165 1, 107 | one order are in some way equal in a ~common similitude, 166 1, 107 | absolutely ~speaking they are not equal. Hence Dionysius says (Coel. 167 1, 107 | the resurrection will ~be equal to the angels in heaven ( 168 1, 107 | such a ~degree as to be equal to the angels, in each of 169 1, 108 | OBJ 3: The demons are not equal in nature; and so among 170 1, 108 | men, who are ~naturally equal. That the inferior are subject 171 1, 112 | since ~all men are naturally equal. Since therefore of all 172 1, 112 | OBJ 3: Although men are equal in nature, still inequality 173 2, 4 | Further, in Happiness man is equal to the angels. But the soul ~ 174 2, 4 | without the body is not equal to the angels, as Augustine 175 2, 5 | says (Ethic. i, ~9). But equal reward is given for all 176 2, 7 | expressions "right" and "left," "equal" and ~"unequal," and such 177 2, 8 | not species of good in an equal degree, but are as that 178 2, 13 | two things are absolutely equal, man is not moved to ~one 179 2, 13 | equally appetizing and at an equal distance, he is not moved 180 2, 13 | two things be proposed as equal under one aspect, ~nothing 181 2, 19 | the will of God so as ~to equal it, but only so as to imitate 182 2, 31 | it seems that there is ~equal reason for distinguishing 183 2, 33 | a ~triangle are together equal to two right angles." In 184 2, 52 | the subject: in so ~far as equal science or health is participated 185 2, 56 | that it is in both on an equal footing. In this way it 186 2, 56 | in two or more, not on an equal ~footing, but in a certain 187 2, 60 | for something is due to an equal in one way, to a superior, 188 2, 66 | together in one subject are equal?~(3) Of moral virtue in 189 2, 66 | the city of ~Jerusalem are equal; and a gloss says that the 190 2, 66 | Therefore all virtues are equal; and consequently one cannot 191 2, 66 | together in one man, are equal?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 192 2, 66 | the ~virtues are not all equal in one and the same man.~ 193 2, 66 | the virtues are not all ~equal in one and the same man.~ 194 2, 66 | the virtues are not all equal in one and the same man.~ 195 2, 66 | 4) that "those who are ~equal in fortitude are equal in 196 2, 66 | equal in fortitude are equal in prudence and temperance," 197 2, 66 | virtues in one man were equal. ~Therefore all virtues 198 2, 66 | Therefore all virtues are equal in one man.~Aquin.: SMT 199 2, 66 | the virtues in one man are equal ~with an equality of proportion, 200 2, 66 | their growth in man is ~equal: thus the fingers are unequal 201 2, 66 | are unequal in size, but equal in proportion, ~since they 202 2, 66 | virtues cannot be said to be equal in any matter ~unless they 203 2, 66 | have all these properties equal. Augustine alludes to this ~ 204 2, 66 | If you say these men ~are equal in fortitude, but that one 205 2, 66 | Consequently ~they are not really equal in fortitude, since the 206 2, 66 | all, nor are all of ~them equal in the one same subject. 207 2, 67 | will neither ~prefer nor equal any good to God; fortitude 208 2, 73 | another?~(2) Whether all are equal?~(3) Whether the gravity 209 2, 73 | 1/1~Whether all sins are equal?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 210 2, 73 | would seem that all sins are equal. Because sin is to do what ~ 211 2, 73 | Therefore all sins are equal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 212 2, 73 | virtues. But all virtues are equal, ~as Cicero states (Paradox. 213 2, 73 | Therefore all sins are equal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 214 2, 73 | was that all sins are equal: from which ~opinion arose 215 2, 73 | only hold all sins ~to be equal, but also maintain that 216 2, 73 | all the pains of hell are equal. So ~far as can be gathered 217 2, 73 | held ~that all sins are equal. Yet, if we consider the 218 2, 73 | say that sins are not all equal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 219 2, 73 | Virtues are proportionately equal in one and the same ~subject: 220 2, 73 | Moreover, even if ~virtues were equal, it would not follow that 221 2, 73 | not follow that vices are equal, since ~virtues are connected, 222 2, 73 | sins, other ~things being equal. Three reasons may be assigned 223 2, 78 | that, other things ~being equal, a sin is all the more grievous, 224 2, 82 | same species, ~has not an equal cause in all; for instance 225 2, 82 | cause of original sin is ~equal to all, so that there is 226 2, 85 | result of sin. Because equal causes have equal effects. 227 2, 85 | Because equal causes have equal effects. Now these defects ~ 228 2, 85 | Now these defects ~are not equal in all, but abound in some 229 2, 85 | defects seem to result, is ~equal in all, as stated above ( 230 2, 85 | effects of themselves, if equal, ~produce equal effects: 231 2, 85 | themselves, if equal, ~produce equal effects: for if such causes 232 2, 85 | increased or diminished. But equal causes of an obstacle being ~ 233 2, 85 | removed, do not point to equal effects. For supposing a 234 2, 85 | supposing a man employs equal ~force in displacing two 235 2, 85 | resting on them will be equal; but that one will move 236 2, 85 | although original sin is equal in all.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 237 2, 87 | For a just punishment is equal to the fault, since justice 238 2, 87 | requisite for punishment to ~equal fault in point of duration. 239 2, 87 | all mortal ~sins would be equal; because one infinite is 240 2, 88 | its species which have an equal share of the ~generic nature: 241 2, 88 | incur a debt of punishment equal to that ~of one mortal sin. 242 2, 94 | its part," and, "Things equal to one and the same are 243 2, 94 | to one and the same are equal ~to one another." But some 244 2, 94 | a triangle ~are together equal to two right angles, although 245 2, 105 | sin, other things being equal, ~deserves a greater punishment. 246 2, 109 | prepare for grace, with ~equal reason will he need grace 247 2, 109 | Hence it seems that, with equal reason, man may be ~restored 248 2, 109 | to no purpose. Hence with equal reason, if man has a nature, ~ 249 2, 109 | keep free from sin, with equal ~reason, will he need yet 250 2, 110 | to which nature is not equal, as stated above (Q[109], 251 2, 112 | necessity?~(4) Whether grace is equal in all?~(5) Whether anyone 252 2, 112 | Hence all have not an ~equal grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 253 2, 112 | that ~are." Hence, with equal reason, whoever receives 254 2, 113 | and 2 Paral 1. ~Hence with equal reason the gift of sanctifying 255 2, 113 | Certainly, if they both ~betoken equal power, one betokens greater 256 2, 114 | between those that ~are simply equal; but where there is no absolute 257 2, 114 | a man cannot have a work equal to a work ~proceeding from 258 2, 114 | supposed the ~operations equal in both cases.~Aquin.: SMT 259 2, 114 | of the present life can equal everlasting life, which ~ 260 2, 114 | unequal to glory in act, is equal to it virtually as the seed 261 2, 4 | OBJ 2: Other things being equal sight is more certain than ~ 262 2, 5 | principles is possessed in equal degree by all ~men. Therefore 263 2, 5 | Therefore faith is possessed in equal degree by all the faithful.~ 264 2, 10 | believer, other things being equal, ~sins more gravely than 265 2, 10 | provided there be those who are equal and adapted ~to the task 266 2, 18 | point of not presuming to equal ~oneself to Him, and of 267 2, 23 | probable that it would be equal or ~greater. As, therefore, 268 2, 23 | the charity of the way can equal the charity of heaven; which 269 2, 23 | that subject stands ~in equal relation to both. But charity 270 2, 23 | charity does not stand in equal relation ~to increase and 271 2, 25 | our neighbors we wish an ~equal good, viz. everlasting life. 272 2, 26 | that the mode of the lover equal the mode of the thing ~loved. 273 2, 29 | that, other ~things being equal, one ought to succor those 274 2, 29 | if the creditor ~were in equal distress: in which case, 275 2, 29 | benefactor confers a ~benefit equal to that which a man receives 276 2, 30 | want, other ~things being equal, but if he who is less needy 277 2, 30 | the wife be her ~husband's equal in the marriage act, yet 278 2, 30 | that, other things being equal, we should, in preference, ~ 279 2, 31 | the face," ~adds: "as an equal." Therefore, since a subject 280 2, 31 | since a subject is not equal to his ~prelate, he ought 281 2, 31 | he ~were in some way his equal as regards the defense of 282 2, 31 | But one ~who is not an equal can reprove privately and 283 2, 45 | Philosopher (Ethic. i, 3), "equal ~certainty should not be 284 2, 55 | adjusted when they are made equal, for equality is in ~reference 285 2, 55 | we cannot offer ~God an equal return, it follows that 286 2, 55 | much that he may receive equal value ~in return, and this 287 2, 56 | another, for a thing ~is equal, not to itself, but to another. 288 2, 57 | of justice is something equal in ~external things, so 289 2, 59 | is gauged ~according to equal excess in quantity. Thus 290 2, 59 | Retaliation [contrapassum] denotes equal passion repaid ~for previous 291 2, 59 | that the meed of passion be equal to the action. Now there 292 2, 60 | inflict ~on the sower a loss equal to the coming harvest, and 293 2, 63 | that, Other things being equal, an injury is a more grievous ~ 294 2, 63 | that, other things being equal, the sin is ~aggravated 295 2, 68 | altogether, and if they be equal in ~number on either side, 296 2, 68 | number on either side, and of equal standing, the accused should 297 2, 74 | it, ~other things being equal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[76] A[ 298 2, 75 | whereas in buying it should be equal to the thing bought.~Aquin.: 299 2, 76 | return of the thing in ~equal measure, the other, the 300 2, 78 | are unable to render the equal due. In the first place, 301 2, 78 | is due, yet it cannot be equal, as though man rendered 302 2, 78 | make to one's parents an equal return of what one owes 303 2, 78 | man is unable to offer an equal meed for virtue, and thus ~" 304 2, 79 | does not render an absolute equal to God. ~Therefore religion 305 2, 82 | certain creatures not in equal measure, but according ~ 306 2, 82 | Christ, whereby man is made equal ~to an angel: wherefore 307 2, 83 | participation; hence neither is equal honor ~due to them.~Aquin.: 308 2, 87 | this world no living man is equal in dignity to an ~angel: 309 2, 90 | to God, by religion, the equal of what we owe ~Him. Therefore 310 2, 92 | addicted, was a sin almost equal to the worship of idols, ~ 311 2, 92 | time of grace is not ~quite equal to idolatry as to the genus 312 2, 92 | genus of the sin, but almost equal, ~because both are species 313 2, 102 | since by nature all men ~are equal, he is not bound to obey 314 2, 104 | gift, other ~things being equal. Secondly, a favor may be 315 2, 104 | Now repayment ought to equal the ~favor received. Therefore 316 2, 104 | not possible to make even equal ~repayment to some, for 317 2, 104 | the son cannot make an equal repayment, as the ~Philosopher 318 2, 107 | a kind of equality, and equal is a ~mean between more 319 2, 111 | in this respect they are equal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 320 2, 111 | that in this way they are equal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 321 2, 112 | OBJ 3: Further, to give equal things to those who are 322 2, 114 | Now, other ~things being equal, it is more grievous to 323 2, 132 | extremes, the mean of which is "equal," as stated in Metaph. ~ 324 2, 132 | more magnificent work with equal," i.e. proportionate, ~" 325 2, 133 | the magnificent man with equal ~expenditure will produce 326 2, 134 | whereby he bears evil with an ~equal mind," i.e. without being 327 2, 134 | patience "to suffer with an equal mind the evils inflicted 328 2, 147 | taken with ~sobriety is equal life to men; if thou drink 329 2, 159 | of ~higher or lower or of equal degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 330 2, 161 | both coveted somewhat to be equal to ~God, in so far as each 331 2, 161 | each is considered to ~be equal, for each sinned by pride. 332 2, 162 | the condition of them both equal." But in ~dumb animals death 333 2, 162 | men would suffer death in equal measure. But this ~is clearly 334 2, 162 | such a defect should be equal in ~those to whom the sin 335 2, 162 | punishments need not be ~equal in those to whom the first 336 2, 166 | his power is finite and equal ~to a certain fixed amount 337 2, 166 | power is also finite and equal to a fixed amount of work. 338 2, 178 | obtained it, other things being equal, he delights yet more: ~ 339 2, 182 | other points he will be equal. But if the latter differ 340 2, 182 | excellent in ~office, and equal in order.~Aquin.: SMT SS 341 2, 182 | Hence, other things being equal, a cleric ~who is in holy 342 2, 184 | Whether, other things being equal, a religious sins more grievously ~ 343 2, 184 | perfection, other things being equal, sin more grievously.~Aquin.: 344 2, 185 | OBJ 3: Other things being equal, it is more perfect to give 345 2, 187 | because, other things being equal, it is easier to make progress 346 3, 4 | did not assume, for with equal reason He would be Peter 347 3, 4 | above (Q[3], A[7]), and with equal reason all. ~Hence it was 348 3, 4 | then all men would be of equal dignity. Thirdly, because ~ 349 3, 7 | Gold nor crystal cannot equal it," as Gregory expounds 350 3, 7 | it increases, can ~never equal the sun's strength, so the 351 3, 7 | it increases, can never equal the grace of Christ.~Aquin.: 352 3, 8 | Therefore it ~seems that with equal reason any other man than 353 3, 10 | the soul of Christ would equal the ~Divine knowledge, i.e. 354 3, 10 | i.e. the created would equal the uncreated, which is ~ 355 3, 10 | which He has in the Word is ~equal to the knowledge of vision 356 3, 12 | knowledge would have been equal to His infused and beatific 357 3, 13 | into ~Christ's soul do not equal the Divine power in acting, 358 3, 15 | comprehensors. Hence, with equal reason, would it seem that 359 3, 16 | and stones. ~Hence with equal reason does it seem unbecoming 360 3, 16 | form of ~God, wherein He is equal to the Father, and what 361 3, 16 | Therefore it would ~seem with equal reason that what belongs 362 3, 16 | Therefore it would seem with equal reason that what belongs 363 3, 16 | made man. Therefore with equal ~reason man is said to be 364 3, 16 | Nestorians said, then with equal reason might it be ~said 365 3, 20 | mentions both, that the Son is equal to the Father and the ~Father 366 3, 20 | that nothing is like ~or equal to itself. Hence Christ 367 3, 21 | God by rejoicing; and with equal reason by praying.~Aquin.: 368 3, 22 | Reply OBJ 3: A figure cannot equal the reality, wherefore the 369 3, 25 | the king's mother is not equal to the ~honor which is due 370 3, 26 | Holy Ghost is in everything equal to God, He ~cannot be said 371 3, 26 | Christ ~alone, Who, though equal to the Father in His Godhead, 372 3, 26 | Mediator, because He is equal to God, and God 'with God,' 373 3, 26 | as God, is in all things equal to the Father. But ~even 374 3, 38 | signs, men would have paid equal attention ~to John and to 375 3, 43 | the Father and that He is ~equal to Him . . . Therefore that 376 3, 43 | world ~could be made nor one equal to it: and if He had made 377 3, 43 | Certainly if both are works of equal power, the latter is ~a 378 3, 47 | Father, making Himself equal to God." But these things 379 3, 48 | Passion does not appear equal to all ~the sins of the 380 3, 51 | night is ~divided into two equal parts, but during the night 381 3, 54 | Christ ~had blood, with equal reason He also had the other 382 3, 54 | because Divine power is equal to ~taking away such qualities 383 3, 55 | that form wherein He is equal to the Father, and which 384 3, 55 | to recognize in Him the equal with the ~Father . . . whereas 385 3, 58 | Further, Christ as God is the equal of the Father and of the 386 3, 58 | hand of the ~Father, with equal reason the Holy Ghost sits 387 3, 58 | the ~gloss adds: "that is, equal to the Father in that honor, 388 3, 58 | mightier gifts,'" ~or "'as my equal in the Godhead'"? [*The 389 3, 69 | Whether Baptism produces an equal effect in all who are baptized?~( 390 3, 69 | 1~Whether Baptism has an equal effect in all?~Aquin.: SMT 391 3, 69 | that Baptism has not an equal effect in all. For the ~ 392 3, 69 | Therefore Baptism has not an equal effect in all.~Aquin.: SMT 393 3, 69 | Therefore Baptism has not an equal effect ~in all.~Aquin.: 394 3, 69 | Therefore it has ~not an equal effect in all.~Aquin.: SMT 395 3, 69 | Therefore Baptism has an equal ~effect in all.~Aquin.: 396 3, 69 | Church, they ~all receive an equal effect in Baptism. Whereas 397 3, 69 | even if they approach with equal devotion: but they are ~ 398 3, 69 | because, though they receive equal grace, they do not make 399 3, 69 | grace, they do not make an ~equal use of it, but one applies 400 3, 72 | Therefore others with equal reason ~can be confirmed 401 3, 76 | the object placed must be equal, as is ~clear from the Philosopher ( 402 3, 76 | still the figure cannot equal it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] 403 3, 76 | resurrection the saints will be equal to the ~angels, according 404 3, 82 | their ~consecration does not equal the dignity of the consecration 405 3, 82 | blood." Therefore, with ~equal reason the dispensing of 406 3, 85 | because all ~citizens are equal, in the point of being immediately 407 3, 88 | previous sins. Therefore an equal debt of ~punishment returns 408 3, 88 | through subsequent sins is not equal to that of sins previously 409 3, 88 | respect of a subsequent sin is equal to that of ~the sins previously 410 3, 88 | of the subsequent sin to equal ~the gravity of all previous 411 3, 88 | ingratitude should be exactly equal to the measure of ~the favor 412 3, 88 | ingratitude is proportionately equal to the measure of the favor ~ 413 3, 88 | received: for supposing an equal contempt of the favor, or 414 3, 88 | contempt of the favor, or an equal ~offense against the benefactor, 415 3, 88 | sin need not always be equal to that of previous sins; 416 3, 89 | Whether they are restored in equal measure?~(3) Whether equal 417 3, 89 | equal measure?~(3) Whether equal dignity is restored to the 418 3, 89 | Penance, man rises again to equal virtue?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 419 3, 89 | Penance, man rises again to equal ~virtue. For the Apostle 420 3, 89 | virtues were recovered in equal measure. Therefore ~equal 421 3, 89 | equal measure. Therefore ~equal virtue is always recovered 422 3, 89 | sinning, sometimes to an equal grace, ~sometimes to a lesser. 423 3, 89 | before, sometimes to an equal, ~sometimes to a lesser 424 Suppl, 3 | Therefore we ~should have equal contrition for all mortal 425 Suppl, 8 | Nevertheless, other things being equal, a man sins more grievously 426 Suppl, 12| satisfied by reason of an equal proportion to something), 427 Suppl, 13| 4]]. Now punishment may ~equal the pleasure contained in 428 Suppl, 13| possible. Yet even this is equal ~somewhat, viz. according 429 Suppl, 14| payment of a ~punishment equal to the offense, but also 430 Suppl, 14| give back to his father the equal ~of what he has received 431 Suppl, 14| because as the pain of fire is equal to the guilt, so also is 432 Suppl, 15| diminished, other things being equal, ~the merit is also diminished; 433 Suppl, 19| but acting together with equal rights ~(Ethic. viii, 10, 434 Suppl, 20| power of orders, all ~are equal, but not as to jurisdiction. 435 Suppl, 22| excommunicate himself, or an equal, or a superior?~(5) Whether 436 Suppl, 22| excommunicate himself, his equal, or his superior?~Aquin.: 437 Suppl, 22| excommunicate himself, his equal, or ~his superior. For an 438 Suppl, 22| might happen that he, or his equal, or a ~superior has done 439 Suppl, 22| excommunicate himself, ~his equal, or a superior.~Aquin.: 440 Suppl, 22| absolve his superior or his equal in the ~tribunal of Penance, 441 Suppl, 22| excommunicate his superior, or his equal.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 442 Suppl, 22| his superior, or over an equal. ~Therefore a man cannot 443 Suppl, 22| excommunicate his superior, or his equal, or ~himself.~Aquin.: SMT 444 Suppl, 22| himself, his superior, or his equal, and that, ~consequently, 445 Suppl, 22| or his superior, ~or his equal.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 446 Suppl, 22| or his superior, or his equal, unless the power ~to do 447 Suppl, 40| Therefore all bishops are ~equal, and one is not above another. ~ 448 Suppl, 40| conferred by a lower, nor equal ~by equal, because "without 449 Suppl, 40| by a lower, nor equal ~by equal, because "without all contradiction 450 Suppl, 40| the episcopal dignity is equal in all ~matters, and consequently 451 Suppl, 40| episcopal Order, all bishops are equal, ~and for this reason any 452 Suppl, 44| in either of the like or equal subjects. But the relations 453 Suppl, 46| betrothed, if she be his equal or superior in rank. But 454 Suppl, 49| compensation in the shape of an equal or better good. Wherefore ~ 455 Suppl, 51| given instead of another of equal value. Therefore a marriage 456 Suppl, 51| thought to be but another of equal value, ~this does not void 457 Suppl, 52| natural ~law all men are equal, as Gregory says (Pastor. 458 Suppl, 52| in ~marriage there is an equal obligation on either side 459 Suppl, 52| in natural things all are equal. Wherefore, in things ~pertaining 460 Suppl, 52| in these things they are equal, and the ~subjection of 461 Suppl, 53| husband and wife should be equal in marriage, especially ~ 462 Suppl, 53| it matter that they are equal in the marriage act, ~since 463 Suppl, 53| no need for it to be of equal obligation even in general, 464 Suppl, 56| and ~small are contrary to equal. Thus disparity of worship 465 Suppl, 59| prohibition extends with equal reason to all unbelievers. 466 Suppl, 59| Further, husband and wife are equal in the marriage tie. Since, ~ 467 Suppl, 62| husband and wife are of equal condition?~(5) Whether, 468 Suppl, 62| thus they are under an ~equal obligation, but not for 469 Suppl, 62| obligation, but not for equal reasons. Nor is this unjust 470 Suppl, 62| however, other things being ~equal, a man sins more grievously 471 Suppl, 62| husband, other things being equal.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 472 Suppl, 64| Whether husband and wife are equal in this matter?~(6) Whether 473 Suppl, 64| Whether husband and wife are equal in the marriage act?~Aquin.: 474 Suppl, 64| husband and wife are not equal in the marriage ~act. For 475 Suppl, 64| Therefore they are not equal in that act.~Aquin.: SMT 476 Suppl, 64| Therefore they are not equal in the marriage act.~Aquin.: 477 Suppl, 64| Therefore ~they are not equal in the aforesaid act.~Aquin.: 478 Suppl, 64| wife. Therefore they ~are equal in the marriage act.~Aquin.: 479 Suppl, 64| Therefore husband and wife are ~equal in the marriage act.~Aquin.: 480 Suppl, 64| husband and wife are not ~equal in marriage; neither as 481 Suppl, 64| kind of equality, they are equal in both matters, ~because 482 Suppl, 64| iv, ~D, 32) that they are equal in paying and demanding 483 Suppl, 64| proves that they are not equal absolutely, but not ~that 484 Suppl, 64| but not ~that they are not equal in proportion.~Aquin.: SMT 485 Suppl, 65| the ~proviso that there be equal proportion. For if a superior 486 Suppl, 66| majority of ~cases, can be with equal reason done away in a certain 487 Suppl, 71| of satisfaction can be equal to the one debt without 488 Suppl, 71| the one debt without being equal to the ~other, for the debts 489 Suppl, 71| it be ~diminished not by equal but by proportionate quantities, 490 Suppl, 71| second suffrage, ~if it be of equal worth, should diminish the 491 Suppl, 71| with special ~suffrages, an equal profit to that which a poor 492 Suppl, 72| heaven are stated to be equal to the ~angels of God (Mt. 493 Suppl, 72| OBJ 4: Other things being equal, the state of the soul in 494 Suppl, 74| time contains almost an equal number of days as the aforesaid ~ 495 Suppl, 75| same nature and have an equal share ~of light and darkness. 496 Suppl, 78| Whether they will be of equal stature?~(3) Whether all 497 Suppl, 79| corruption," says that "all have equal ~immunity from suffering." 498 Suppl, 79| the ~latter will not be equal in all, according to 1 Cor. 499 Suppl, 79| neither will impassibility be equal in all.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 500 Suppl, 79| more or ~less, but will be equal in all the blessed. on the


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