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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | divine things under the comparison of corporeal things. ~Hence, 2 1, 3 | three dimensions under the ~comparison of corporeal quantity, it 3 1, 4 | Further, likeness implies comparison. But there can be no ~comparison 4 1, 4 | comparison. But there can be no ~comparison between things in a different " 5 1, 5 | not absolutely, but in comparison with corporeal ~things, 6 1, 6 | use ~the word supreme in comparison with others, as e.g. supreme 7 1, 6 | supreme heat is used ~in comparison with all other heats. Therefore 8 1, 6 | Further, supreme implies comparison. But things not in the same ~ 9 1, 6 | things are deficient in comparison with it.~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 6 | and it is this kind of ~comparison the supreme good implies.~ 11 1, 10 | the angelic existence by comparison with different parts of ~ 12 1, 16 | and dividing?~(3) On the comparison of the true to being.~(4) 13 1, 16 | true to being.~(4) On the comparison of the true to the good.~( 14 1, 16 | yet it does not know the comparison ~which exists between the 15 1, 19 | This is clear from the comparison which we made above (A[1]). ~ 16 1, 19 | have repented, by ~way of comparison with our mode of acting, 17 1, 23 | of some men?~(4) On the comparison of predestination to election; 18 1, 24 | metaphorical sense, ~according to a comparison with human affairs. For 19 1, 25 | infinite, it would ~move beyond comparison faster, and this is to move 20 1, 25 | made by God. Hence ~the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 21 1, 28 | proper ~meaning denotes comparison to that in which relation 22 1, 29 | definition of "person."~(2) The comparison of person to essence, subsistence, 23 1, 39 | notional acts; and of the comparison of these ~with each other.~ 24 1, 50 | something very small in comparison with the heavenly bodies. 25 1, 51 | 1/2 - OF THE ANGELS IN COMPARISON WITH BODIES (THREE ARTICLES)~ 26 1, 51 | inquire about the angels in comparison with corporeal things; ~ 27 1, 51 | first place about their comparison with bodies; secondly, of ~ 28 1, 51 | secondly, of ~the angels in comparison with corporeal places; and, 29 1, 51 | and, thirdly, of their ~comparison with local movement.~Aquin.: 30 1, 53 | are in it. So there is no ~comparison. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 31 1, 53 | movement; ~hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 32 1, 54 | being. Hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 33 1, 57 | consequently there is no ~comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 34 1, 57 | Consequently there ~is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 35 1, 58 | they agree in one point of comparison. ~From this it is evident 36 1, 58 | calling something ~light in comparison with one thing, and darkness 37 1, 58 | just is called light in ~comparison with the wicked, according 38 1, 58 | their own nature, is day in ~comparison with ignorance or error; 39 1, 58 | error; yet it is dark in comparison with the ~vision of the 40 1, 61 | the universe. Hence the ~comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT 41 1, 62 | be understood either ~by comparison with their formation in 42 1, 62 | knowledge are imperfect in comparison with beatified ~knowledge 43 1, 63 | they have no occasion for comparison or discursive reasoning ( 44 1, 63 | brightness, and was by comparison the most illustrious among 45 1, 64 | creature is darkness in comparison with the excellence ~of 46 1, 75 | the soul "is ~simple in comparison with the body, inasmuch 47 1, 76 | can be clearly seen from comparison with the sensitive faculty, 48 1, 76 | before" and "after" apply by comparison to some beginning. ~Therefore 49 1, 39 | notional acts; and of the comparison of these ~with each other.~ 50 1, 51 | something very small in comparison with the heavenly bodies. 51 1, 52 | 1/2 - OF THE ANGELS IN COMPARISON WITH BODIES (THREE ARTICLES)~ 52 1, 52 | inquire about the angels in comparison with corporeal things; ~ 53 1, 52 | first place about their comparison with bodies; secondly, of ~ 54 1, 52 | secondly, of ~the angels in comparison with corporeal places; and, 55 1, 52 | and, thirdly, of their ~comparison with local movement.~Aquin.: 56 1, 54 | are in it. So there is no ~comparison. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 57 1, 54 | movement; ~hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 58 1, 55 | being. Hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] A[ 59 1, 58 | consequently there is no ~comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 60 1, 58 | Consequently there ~is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 61 1, 59 | they agree in one point of comparison. ~From this it is evident 62 1, 59 | calling something ~light in comparison with one thing, and darkness 63 1, 59 | just is called light in ~comparison with the wicked, according 64 1, 59 | their own nature, is day in ~comparison with ignorance or error; 65 1, 59 | error; yet it is dark in comparison with the ~vision of the 66 1, 62 | the universe. Hence the ~comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT 67 1, 63 | be understood either ~by comparison with their formation in 68 1, 63 | knowledge are imperfect in comparison with beatified ~knowledge 69 1, 64 | they have no occasion for comparison or discursive reasoning ( 70 1, 64 | brightness, and was by comparison the most illustrious among 71 1, 65 | creature is darkness in comparison with the excellence ~of 72 1, 74 | the soul "is ~simple in comparison with the body, inasmuch 73 1, 75 | can be clearly seen from comparison with the sensitive faculty, 74 1, 75 | before" and "after" apply by comparison to some beginning. ~Therefore 75 1, 78 | powers, and therefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 76 1, 78 | according to this, Aristotle's comparison of the active ~intellect 77 1, 81 | will. But relatively and by comparison with something else, we 78 1, 81 | the idea understood; ~by comparison with such a thing, the will 79 1, 81 | the soul, then even ~in comparison with that thing the intellect 80 1, 81 | to another, and in such a comparison the idea of good is found 81 1, 82 | instinct, but from some act of comparison in the ~reason, therefore 82 1, 82 | because it implies a certain ~comparison of one thing to another, 83 1, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This comparison which is implied in the 84 1, 82 | it has some likeness of comparison ~by choosing one in preference 85 1, 82 | concerning an object by way of comparison between two things. ~Therefore 86 1, 82 | themselves ~without any comparison. But to "reason," properly 87 1, 83 | and therefore there is no ~comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 88 1, 83 | Wherefore there is no comparison between sense and intellect. ~ 89 1, 83 | phantasms, are ~known to us by comparison with sensible bodies of 90 1, 83 | of remotion ~or by some comparison to corporeal things. And, 91 1, 83 | understand, we know by ~comparison to natural sensible things. 92 1, 84 | to be ~said of any other comparison. But our intellect knows 93 1, 84 | knows the difference and ~comparison between one thing and another. 94 1, 84 | intellect sees the difference or comparison between ~one thing and another, 95 1, 84 | to their difference or ~comparison; just, as we have said above ( 96 1, 84 | knowing the difference and comparison of ~things.~Aquin.: SMT 97 1, 84 | individual ~matter. The second comparison is of accident with subject: 98 1, 86 | organ; and so there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] A[ 99 1, 89 | we have said, there is no comparison between the ~rational soul 100 1, 92 | image of God is in man by comparison with the Essence, ~or with 101 1, 92 | image of God is in man by comparison with every object?~(9) Of 102 1, 92 | man; nor can there be a comparison of equality between God ~ 103 1, 92 | Trinity is in the soul only by comparison ~with God as its object?~ 104 1, 92 | in the soul ~not only by comparison with God as its object. 105 1, 92 | way there exists a kind of comparison between "likeness" and ~" 106 1, 93 | enlightenment. Moreover there is no comparison between advance ~in knowledge 107 1, 94 | act of nature; hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 108 1, 99 | Reply OBJ 4: There is no comparison between man and the angels; 109 1, 103 | being. So that there is no comparison with an agent that is not ~ 110 1, 104 | Nothing is called a miracle by comparison with the Divine ~Power; 111 1, 104 | is called a miracle by comparison with the power of nature 112 1, 106 | superior or inferior by ~comparison with this principle, God; 113 1, 107 | of each order.~(6) Of the comparison of the orders to one another.~( 114 1, 107 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: A careful comparison will show that little or 115 1, 110 | sensitive ~appetite. Hence the comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT 116 2, 1 | irrational nature is in comparison to God as an instrument 117 2, 2 | 7:9) that "all gold in comparison of ~her, is as a little 118 2, 4 | last end. Now the end in ~comparison to what is ordained to the 119 2, 5 | imperfectly, however, in comparison with the way in which ~God 120 2, 6 | things. For what is big in comparison with one thing, is small ~ 121 2, 6 | one thing, is small ~in comparison with another. Now a thing 122 2, 6 | which was not voluntary in comparison with one thing, from becoming ~ 123 2, 8 | terminus. But the means are in comparison ~to the end, as the middle 124 2, 12 | not rest. ~Wherefore the comparison proves nothing.~Aquin.: 125 2, 13 | reason. ~For choice implies comparison, whereby one is given preference 126 2, 13 | act is as the ~matter in comparison to the order imposed by 127 2, 13 | Choice implies a previous comparison; not that it consists ~in 128 2, 13 | that it consists ~in the comparison itself.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 129 2, 13 | artificial things are in comparison to human art, so are all 130 2, 13 | are all natural ~things in comparison to the Divine art. And accordingly 131 2, 15 | not that power. Hence the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 132 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The comparison holds in a certain respect: 133 2, 22 | case is the opposite, ~in comparison to things that pertain to 134 2, 29 | though not in itself, but by comparison with something else.~Aquin.: 135 2, 29 | loved. Secondly, because comparison is made between a hatred 136 2, 32 | thing with another, because comparison of one thing with another 137 2, 35 | sorrow do: ~wherefore the comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT 138 2, 35 | destructive ~of life. And then the comparison of inward to outward pain 139 2, 46 | Now vengeance implies a comparison between the punishment to 140 2, 48 | his former anger, will, in comparison with ~the second wrong, 141 2, 50 | difficult to change by comparison to such a subject, because, 142 2, 50 | difficult to change, by comparison to other dispositions. But ~ 143 2, 50 | 54). And therefore the comparison between them does not ~hold; 144 2, 55 | powers. And so there is no comparison, as we have ~said.~Aquin.: 145 2, 57 | reason, are, by a kind of comparison, called ~arts indeed, but " 146 2, 59 | virtues not. Hence the comparison does not hold for all cases.~ 147 2, 61 | essentially so is principal in comparison ~with that which is so by 148 2, 61 | general, as it were, in comparison with all the virtues: ~so 149 2, 61 | are ~called principal in comparison with the other virtues, 150 2, 61 | these virtues is general in ~comparison to other virtues. Therefore 151 2, 64 | theological virtue is by comparison with ~us: for although we 152 2, 64 | measure. Wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 153 2, 64 | be no excess of hope in ~comparison with God, Whose goodness 154 2, 64 | contrary heresies, not by comparison with ~its object, which 155 2, 66 | 3) Of moral virtue in comparison with intellectual virtue;~( 156 2, 66 | intellectual virtues in comparison with one another;~(6) Of 157 2, 66 | the theological virtues in comparison with one another.~Aquin.: 158 2, 67 | which being is imperfect in comparison ~with the First Being. On 159 2, 67 | this light is imperfect in comparison with the light of ~glory, 160 2, 68 | in heaven?~(7) Of their comparison with one another;~(8) Of 161 2, 68 | one another;~(8) Of their comparison with the virtues.~Aquin.: 162 2, 68 | as the moral virtues, in comparison with the reason, are ~related 163 2, 68 | of salvation: hence ~the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 164 2, 68 | first, simply, viz. by comparison to their proper acts as 165 2, 68 | secondly, relatively, viz. by comparison to their ~matter. If we 166 2, 68 | the virtues, as to their comparison one with another; ~because 167 2, 71 | their distinction; (3) their comparison with one another; (4) the ~ 168 2, 71 | of necessity; ~hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 169 2, 72 | against his will. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 170 2, 73 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE COMPARISON OF ONE SIN WITH ANOTHER ( 171 2, 73 | We must now consider the comparison of one sin with another: 172 2, 74 | Consequently there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 173 2, 77 | involuntary: there would be a comparison, ~however, if it were voluntary, 174 2, 78 | Moreover, there is no ~comparison between choosing good and 175 2, 78 | from ~within. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 176 2, 79 | consequently there is no comparison between fault and ~punishment.~ 177 2, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This comparison is true in so far as the 178 2, 81 | principle. ~Consequently the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 179 2, 82 | all, so that there is not comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] A[ 180 2, 83 | perfection. ~Consequently the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 181 2, 86 | God: and so there ~is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[86] A[ 182 2, 88 | is said to be mortal by comparison ~with a disease, which is 183 2, 88 | that in this respect the comparison fails. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 184 2, 89 | last end: hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 185 2, 91 | powers: consequently the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 186 2, 92 | any part is considered in comparison with ~the whole; hence Augustine 187 2, 98 | children are perfect in comparison with the condition of those ~ 188 2, 99 | Christ, as the imperfect in comparison disposes to ~the perfect, 189 2, 99 | people as yet imperfect in ~comparison to the perfection which 190 2, 105 | livelihood: and consequently ~the comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT 191 2, 106 | in ~itself; secondly, in comparison with the Old Law; thirdly, 192 2, 106 | through sin. Consequently the comparison will not hold.~Aquin.: SMT 193 2, 106 | figurative and imperfect in comparison with the ~state of the Gospel; 194 2, 106 | figurative and imperfect in ~comparison with the heavenly state, 195 2, 110 | moved, which is the same ~comparison as that of a horseman to 196 2, 111 | gratuitous grace;~(5) Of the comparison between sanctifying and 197 2, 111 | an end. Hence there is no comparison.~ 198 2, 113 | must be observed that the comparison between the gift of ~wisdom 199 2, 114 | Consequently, there is no ~comparison between gifts of grace and 200 2, 1 | is in itself. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 201 2, 1 | the appetitive part, the comparison between them fails.~Aquin.: 202 2, 4 | lifeless faith is imperfect in comparison with living faith. Therefore ~ 203 2, 4 | faith. Hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[4] 204 2, 5 | creature is darkness ~in comparison with the immensity of the 205 2, 5 | Q[112], A[4]). Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 206 2, 8 | the additional light is in comparison with what we ~know supernaturally, 207 2, 8 | stated above. Hence the comparison fails between understanding ~ 208 2, 8 | an intellect is said, by comparison, to be sharp, when it is 209 2, 10 | of unbelief;~(6) Of their comparison, one with another;~(7) Whether 210 2, 10 | unbelief be considered in comparison to ~faith, there are several 211 2, 10 | use of ~reason: yet the comparison holds good after the child 212 2, 11 | relapsed heretics do; hence the comparison fails.~ 213 2, 12 | etc. a gloss says: ~"In comparison with blasphemy, every sin 214 2, 17 | is something arduous in comparison with human ~nature, yet 215 2, 18 | which is that of the son in comparison with his father, is distinct ~ 216 2, 18 | is that of the servant in comparison with his ~master. Therefore 217 2, 18 | be that of the wife in ~comparison with her husband, ought 218 2, 18 | their objects: and hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 219 2, 18 | fear; and so there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 220 2, 22 | virtue. Moreover there is no comparison with charity since ~it is 221 2, 22 | stated above: wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 222 2, 22 | Q[56]~, A[3]). Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 223 2, 23 | supernatural fellowship, so the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 224 2, 23 | same genus, so that the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 225 2, 23 | and vice versa. Thus the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 226 2, 23 | any quantity, and not in comparison with its subject. Therefore 227 2, 23 | quantity which charity has in comparison with its ~proper object, 228 2, 23 | quantity which it has in comparison ~with its subject, here 229 2, 23 | point of view of form in ~comparison with matter, and from the 230 2, 24 | image does: and so the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 231 2, 24 | everlasting life; wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 232 2, 26 | be understood by way of comparison of the lover to the ~thing 233 2, 26 | 1/1~I answer that, This comparison may be taken in two ways. 234 2, 26 | Myself to him." Secondly, the comparison may be ~understood to be 235 2, 26 | our neighbor. Hence the comparison will be between perfect 236 2, 27 | absent ~from the Lord," in comparison with that presence whereby 237 2, 28 | in itself; secondly, in comparison with its subject. In itself, ~ 238 2, 30 | himself, but only by a kind of comparison, as ~stated above (Q[30], 239 2, 31 | brother's sin. Hence the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 240 2, 34 | goods are as ~nothing in comparison with the goods to come, 241 2, 45 | is done by a process of comparison. It follows ~therefore that 242 2, 45 | end. And yet, by a kind of comparison, a man may ~be said to act 243 2, 45 | the reason only: hence the comparison fails, ~as stated above [* 244 2, 56 | is gauged entirely by a comparison with the very man who is 245 2, 56 | another, but merely by ~comparison with the virtuous man himself, 246 2, 57 | passions; hence there is no comparison.~ 247 2, 60 | was given than his due, by comparison of thing with thing, when 248 2, 64 | not to be a great fault in comparison ~with the guilt of adultery, 249 2, 65 | power, so that there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 250 2, 69 | themselves otherwise: hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 251 2, 69 | pleads unjustly. Hence ~the comparison fails. For though he may 252 2, 71 | a mortal sin?~(3) Of its comparison with other sins;~(4) Whether 253 2, 74 | a mortal sin?~(4) Of its comparison with other sins.~Aquin.: 254 2, 76 | a matter of counsel in ~comparison with the maxims of the Pharisees, 255 2, 76 | administers nourishment. Hence the comparison ~fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 256 2, 77 | special sin?~(4) Of the comparison between omission and transgression.~ 257 2, 82 | signify our ~weakness in comparison with God, and when we prostrate 258 2, 86 | to be a greater good in comparison with that which is ~universally 259 2, 95 | it is opposed;~(4) Of its comparison with other vices. ~(tm)Aquin.: 260 2, 95 | excellence. ~There is no comparison with the honor due to our 261 2, 96 | consider them ~equally in comparison with one another, it is 262 2, 100 | observance offer?~(3) Of its comparison with piety.~Aquin.: SMT 263 2, 102 | special virtue?~(3) Of its comparison with other virtues;~(4) 264 2, 102 | advent of truth. And the comparison with ~human law does not 265 2, 103 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This comparison of Samuel is one, not of 266 2, 108 | representation consists in comparison, which is the proper act 267 2, 111 | irony is a sin?~(2) Of its comparison with boasting.~Aquin.: SMT 268 2, 114 | of friendship?~(2) Of its comparison with flattery?~Aquin.: SMT 269 2, 115 | part of justice?~(6) Of its comparison with other virtues.~Aquin.: 270 2, 121 | cardinal virtue?~(12) Of its comparison with the other cardinal 271 2, 122 | considered in another way, in comparison with its ~first motive cause, 272 2, 132 | man's person is little in comparison with that which ~regards 273 2, 132 | things that are great by comparison ~to some particular work; 274 2, 133 | expenditure may be ~little in comparison with the work, so may it 275 2, 133 | work, so may it be great in comparison with ~the work in that it 276 2, 134 | natural ~virtue. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 277 2, 134 | flesh. Hence there is no comparison between this endurance and ~ 278 2, 134 | word, on account of the comparison with ~magnanimity.]~Aquin.: 279 2, 134 | point of time: hence the comparison fails. Moreover, what ~is 280 2, 140 | childish sin?~(3) Of the comparison between intemperance and 281 2, 140 | excellence of fortitude in comparison with temperance ~may be 282 2, 140 | disgraceful, we mean ~in comparison with human vices, those, 283 2, 142 | disgraceful, as spiritual sins in comparison with ~sins of the flesh, 284 2, 150 | 4) Of its excellence in comparison with marriage;~(5) Of its 285 2, 150 | 5) Of its excellence in comparison with the other virtues.~ 286 2, 150 | their glory more sublime" in comparison with widows and married ~ 287 2, 150 | of virtues, but ~only in comparison with other degrees of chastity. ~ 288 2, 153 | its subject?~(4) Of its comparison with temperance.~Aquin.: 289 2, 154 | incontinence is a sin?~(3) The comparison between incontinence and 290 2, 155 | temperance?~(4) Of their comparison with the other virtues.~ 291 2, 157 | to clemency?~(2) Of its comparison with savagery or brutality.~ 292 2, 159 | or temperance?~(5) Of its comparison with the other virtues;~( 293 2, 159 | is perfect: although in comparison with God his ~perfection 294 2, 167 | in two ways. First, in ~comparison with the customs of those 295 2, 169 | prophecy; wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 296 2, 170 | 111], A[1], wherefore the comparison ~fails between the two.~ 297 2, 170 | Anyone who wishes to make a comparison ~naturally turns to those 298 2, 173 | and consequently ~the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 299 2, 173 | intellect. Hence there is no comparison between ~Him and other wayfarers.~ 300 2, 174 | all ~languages?~(2) Of the comparison between this gift and the 301 2, 175 | sex is found. ~Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 302 2, 177 | active life; (4) ~Of the comparison between the active and the 303 2, 178 | this life is imperfect in ~comparison with the contemplation in 304 2, 179 | external ~action. Hence the comparison fails. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT 305 2, 180 | OF THE ACTIVE LIFE IN COMPARISON WITH THE CONTEMPLATIVE LIFE ( 306 2, 180 | consider the active life in comparison with the ~contemplative 307 2, 182 | religious state?~(8) The comparison between religious and parish 308 2, 182 | paramount and greatest in comparison with other things, it ~follows 309 2, 182 | an "imperfect being" ~in comparison with the perfection of heaven.~ 310 2, 182 | Accordingly, if we make the comparison with a ~view to goodness, 311 2, 182 | ad 2). Wherefore the ~comparison of their religious state 312 2, 182 | 8] Body Para. 4/5 ~This comparison, however, must be considered 313 2, 184 | these vows;~(8) Of their comparison one with another;~(9) Whether 314 2, 184 | religion. ~Nor is there any comparison with continence whereby 315 2, 186 | esteemed riches nothing in comparison with her," and ~(1 Macc. 316 2, 186 | different way. ~For the comparison with respect to the end 317 2, 186 | its own sake; whereas the comparison with respect to exercise ~ 318 2, 187 | the summit. Secondly, in comparison with various states; and ~ 319 2, 187 | of a layman. Thirdly, in comparison with ~different persons; 320 2, 187 | Lk. 14:28) in making a comparison with a man ~who has a mind 321 3, 1 | babe in swathing bands, in comparison with Whom the whole ~universe 322 3, 2 | matter and form. But ~the comparison is not in this sense, for 323 3, 7 | nature of prophecy; but the ~comparison is drawn between other prophets, 324 3, 7 | the creature and not by comparison with the ~infinite fulness 325 3, 7 | reference to the subject, in comparison with what man is divinely ~ 326 3, 9 | all ~created knowledge in comparison with the uncreated knowledge 327 3, 11 | was collative?~(4) Of the comparison of this knowledge with the 328 3, 11 | double passive power: one in comparison ~with a natural agent; the 329 3, 11 | natural agent; the other in comparison with the first agent, which ~ 330 3, 11 | an intellective ~soul in comparison with its natural agent, 331 3, 11 | this knowledge by ~way of comparison. For Damascene says (De 332 3, 11 | only inasmuch as they imply comparison and discursion. Therefore ~ 333 3, 11 | OBJ 2: Further, man needs comparison and discursion of reason 334 3, 11 | rational soul consists in comparison and ~discursion from one 335 3, 11 | rests upon discursion and comparison, as used ~to acquire knowledge.~ 336 3, 11 | natures. And hence to ~use comparison and discursion is connatural 337 3, 11 | turning to phantasms, and by comparison and discursion.~Aquin.: 338 3, 12 | always perfect, simply and in comparison to the ~nature; hence it 339 3, 19 | habits are diversified by comparison with their ~objects. Hence 340 3, 20 | however holy, is good in comparison with God." And hereby He ~ 341 3, 22 | Consequently, there is no comparison between the two; and this 342 3, 23 | Consequently in this respect no comparison is possible.~Aquin.: SMT 343 3, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This comparison of Augustine is to be referred 344 3, 23 | of sonship. Wherefore the comparison does not hold.~ 345 3, 25 | veneration. Hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 346 3, 36 | position. Wherefore there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 347 3, 43 | made a lesser world in ~comparison with this, that too would 348 3, 46 | the greatest, we make no ~comparison between His and the pain 349 3, 52 | and ~deep. And again in comparison with the height of the same 350 3, 55 | beholding signs, are blessed in ~comparison with them who do not believe 351 3, 57 | creature. For no fitting comparison can be made between things ~ 352 3, 57 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This comparison may be considered either 353 3, 59 | same thing is evident from comparison of human affairs with ~the 354 3, 61 | grace: consequently the comparison does ~not hold.~Aquin.: 355 3, 62 | consequently it stands in comparison to the complete and ~perfect 356 3, 62 | grace is God Himself, in comparison with Whom Christ's humanity 357 3, 63 | the nature of a sign in comparison to the ~sensible sacrament 358 3, 64 | be ~called authority in comparison to other ministers. Whence 359 3, 64 | Consequently, ~there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 360 3, 65 | themselves;~(3) Their mutual comparison;~(4) Whether all the sacraments 361 3, 66 | of Baptism;~(12) Of the comparison between various Baptisms.~ 362 3, 66 | neither can wine. Nor does the comparison hold with ~rain-water, which 363 3, 66 | Fortunatum) speaking of the comparison ~between Baptisms says: " 364 3, 67 | children. Therefore the comparison with Baptism does ~not stand, 365 3, 68 | and ~therefore there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 366 3, 68 | her. Wherefore there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 367 3, 68 | rational soul. Consequently the comparison does ~not hold.~Aquin.: 368 3, 72 | But it is evident, from a ~comparison with the life of the body, 369 3, 73 | sacrament. And consequently the comparison does ~not hold.~Aquin.: 370 3, 74 | sacrament must be determined by comparison with the use of ~the faithful. 371 3, 74 | cannot be determined by comparison with the use ~of the faithful 372 3, 74 | determinate ~quantity by comparison with its determinate form. 373 3, 74 | Consequently there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 374 3, 74 | be suitably. And so the ~comparison refers to what ought to 375 3, 75 | first, are indeed two in ~comparison with the things measured, 376 3, 75 | subject of this change, the comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT 377 3, 76 | broken mirror: for the comparison is not perfect, because 378 3, 78 | the expression?~(6) Of the comparison of the one form with the 379 3, 78 | the Church. Nor does the comparison with Baptism ~prove anything; 380 3, 78 | by the chalice by way of comparison, because, like a cup, ~it 381 3, 78 | Consequently there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 382 3, 79 | it can be considered in comparison with the recipient of the ~ 383 3, 79 | his sins. Therefore the comparison ~does not hold good.~Aquin.: 384 3, 79 | sacrifice: and therefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 385 3, 80 | vision. ~Consequently the comparison does not hold, as stated 386 3, 84 | be a poor ~physician in comparison with them."~Aquin.: SMT 387 3, 85 | first in point of time, in comparison with the acts of the ~other 388 3, 86 | everlasting." Hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 389 3, 87 | is ~remitted. Hence the comparison fails.~ 390 3, 89 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: This comparison of the two graces to the 391 3, 89 | are said to be deadened by comparison with animals ~who die, as 392 3, 89 | principle of life: so that the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 393 3, 89 | Consequently there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 394 Suppl, 1 | Reply OBJ 1: There is no comparison between faith and contrition, 395 Suppl, 3 | they were ~grave sins, in comparison with other persons who grieve 396 Suppl, 4 | A[2]): ~wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 397 Suppl, 13| debt due to God is, in ~comparison with God, so is what man 398 Suppl, 13| so is what man can do, in comparison with himself, ~so that in 399 Suppl, 13| Consequently there is no comparison between ~satisfaction and 400 Suppl, 16| potentially: so that there ~is no comparison between Him and others.~ 401 Suppl, 16| concupiscible part, ~yet, by way of comparison, the name of penance is 402 Suppl, 17| virtue of his office, but in comparison with ~their respective acts, 403 Suppl, 18| chose. Therefore there is no comparison between Him and ~those who 404 Suppl, 19| through ~evil men. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 405 Suppl, 20| men; and so there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[20] A[ 406 Suppl, 20| jurisdiction. Wherefore there is no comparison.~ 407 Suppl, 22| of sin. Hence there is no comparison between the ~two tribunals. 408 Suppl, 22| crime. Hence there is no ~comparison between excommunication 409 Suppl, 28| present ~case. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 410 Suppl, 30| unction is remedial. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 411 Suppl, 31| sacrament; hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[31] A[ 412 Suppl, 32| life of glory. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 413 Suppl, 32| free-will; wherefore the comparison ~fails. Moreover Baptism 414 Suppl, 33| him. Hence ~there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[33] A[ 415 Suppl, 34| blessing of Order. Hence the comparison ~fails.~~Aquin.: SMT XP 416 Suppl, 35| sacrament ~of Order. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 417 Suppl, 36| to the members. Hence the comparison ~fails as regards the dignity 418 Suppl, 37| Order, and consequently the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 419 Suppl, 38| sacrament of ~Order. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 420 Suppl, 39| consecration. Hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[39] A[ 421 Suppl, 39| slave is not. ~Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 422 Suppl, 39| Law does not. Hence the comparison fails between the ministers 423 Suppl, 39| from nature. Hence the ~comparison fails between sinful act 424 Suppl, 40| perpetual continency; and so the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 425 Suppl, 45| time. For this reason the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 426 Suppl, 45| sacrament: and consequently the comparison fails. However, clandestine ~ 427 Suppl, 45| and hence ~there is no comparison.~ 428 Suppl, 47| in matrimony. Hence the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 429 Suppl, 49| original sin. ~Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 430 Suppl, 50| aforesaid laws. Nor does the ~comparison with the other sacraments 431 Suppl, 51| consent directly. ~Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 432 Suppl, 51| slavery be ~known. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 433 Suppl, 52| fitting time; hence the comparison ~fails. Moreover, he who 434 Suppl, 53| solemn vow, so that the comparison be understood ~as to the 435 Suppl, 54| A[1], ad 5). Hence the comparison ~fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 436 Suppl, 56| catechism: wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 437 Suppl, 56| one flesh: ~wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 438 Suppl, 58| for matrimony. Hence the comparison ~fails. We have, however, 439 Suppl, 59| imperfect and material in comparison with that ~which tends to 440 Suppl, 59| the continent: hence the comparison fails. ~Moreover one married 441 Suppl, 59| 6:15; hence there is no comparison between a slave ~and a married 442 Suppl, 59| unknown. Hence there is no comparison between an unbeliever and 443 Suppl, 59| being baptized. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 444 Suppl, 59| is: wherefore there is no comparison ~between an inheritance 445 Suppl, 60| own wife; wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 446 Suppl, 61| indissoluble. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 447 Suppl, 61| person: ~wherefore that comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 448 Suppl, 62| based on the fact that in ~comparison with the good of the offspring 449 Suppl, 64| like leprosy: wherefore the comparison falls.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 450 Suppl, 64| other ~sacraments. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 451 Suppl, 64| marriage; ~and consequently the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 452 Suppl, 66| fornication or adultery. Hence the comparison fails. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 453 Suppl, 67| taken for a time. Hence the ~comparison fails. But in respect of 454 Suppl, 67| Testament is ~superabundant in comparison with the justice of the 455 Suppl, 67| husbands. ~Wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 456 Suppl, 68| legitimized. Nor is there any comparison with an illegitimate child 457 Suppl, 69| places of punishment, but in comparison with other ~places, as including 458 Suppl, 69| states, and consequently the ~comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 459 Suppl, 69| good: and consequently the comparison fails, since those who are ~ 460 Suppl, 70| of accidents. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 461 Suppl, 70| clear that there is no ~comparison between the soul of a sleeper 462 Suppl, 70| Wherefore ~Augustine's comparison holds in this respect that 463 Suppl, 70| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: The comparison does not hold in every respect, 464 Suppl, 71| But this is as nothing in comparison with the kingdom of ~heaven, 465 Suppl, 71| A[12], ad 1); and so the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 466 Suppl, 72| is of short ~duration in comparison with the pain endured in 467 Suppl, 72| integral part is material in comparison to the ~whole: and though 468 Suppl, 75| body, and ~consequently the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 469 Suppl, 76| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A comparison does not apply to every 470 Suppl, 76| perished: ~wherefore the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 471 Suppl, 80| more subtle; as fire in comparison with air, and air as compared ~ 472 Suppl, 80| explained above. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 473 Suppl, 80| color. Consequently the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 474 Suppl, 81| vi, 5. Nor ~is there any comparison with the movement of an 475 Suppl, 81| the power of the ~mover in comparison with the movable. Consequently 476 Suppl, 81| proportion to the mover in ~comparison with the movable, as when 477 Suppl, 81| to the moving ~power in comparison with the resisting movable, 478 Suppl, 82| nature. Nor is there any ~comparison with the other gifts of 479 Suppl, 82| impassibility. Hence there is no comparison between quantity and ~visibility, 480 Suppl, 83| not, ~and consequently the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 481 Suppl, 85| of His coming. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 482 Suppl, 86| used of ~certain people in comparison, in so far as some are shown 483 Suppl, 86| refers to the judgment of ~comparison, because certain men will 484 Suppl, 87| remains in them. ~Hence the comparison fails.~ 485 Suppl, 88| occupy, ~nevertheless in comparison with things outside it, 486 Suppl, 88| more noble disposition in comparison with certain things than 487 Suppl, 88| is a very small thing ~in comparison with the heavenly bodies, 488 Suppl, 88| size of man almost beyond comparison: in fact the size of the 489 Suppl, 88| size of the whole ~earth in comparison with the heaven is as a 490 Suppl, 88| A[7]). Hence there is no comparison.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 491 Suppl, 89| has little whiteness in comparison ~with one that has much. 492 Suppl, 89| or ~yellowish object in comparison with a white one. In another 493 Suppl, 89| creature is defective in comparison with ~the Divine essence. 494 Suppl, 89| and for this reason the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 495 Suppl, 89| whatsoever He will. Nor does the ~comparison with a material mirror hold, 496 Suppl, 89| in this sense. Hence the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 497 Suppl, 90| to the body's glory, in ~comparison with the joy which referred 498 Suppl, 93| and thus is the aureole in comparison with the happiness of ~heaven.~ 499 Suppl, 93| kinds of acts: and so the comparison fails.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 500 Suppl, 93| used as a diminutive in comparison with "aurea."~Aquin.: SMT


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