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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | man; or in ~a more eminent degree, if it is an equivocal agent - 2 1, 9 | participate of it in a lesser degree, there is ~said to be a 3 1, 10 | and of places in their own degree. Therefore these are measured 4 1, 10 | proceeded from God in a certain degree and order; and Dionysius ( 5 1, 10 | aeviternal things of first ~degree. But according to the second 6 1, 11 | Whether He is in the highest degree one?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] 7 1, 11 | is "one" in the supreme ~degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 8 1, 11 | less or not at all, in the degree it is called more, or less, 9 1, 12 | and desire in a certain degree makes ~the one desiring 10 1, 12 | to attain to God in some degree is great ~beatitude," as 11 1, 12 | know God in an infinite degree. Hence it is impossible 12 1, 12 | Him ~infinitely, in the degree of His own infinity. In 13 1, 13 | the agent not in its full degree, but in a measure that ~ 14 1, 13 | applied to ~man in some degree circumscribes and comprehends 15 1, 14 | therefore God is in ~the highest degree of immateriality as stated 16 1, 14 | each thing consists in some degree of participation in the 17 1, 14 | thing is knowable in ~the degree in which it is; hence since 18 1, 14 | things are in the highest degree abstracted from all materiality. ~ 19 1, 14 | nature according to the degree in which it imitates the ~ 20 1, 15 | creatures according to some degree of likeness. But every creature 21 1, 15 | it participates in some degree ~in likeness to the divine 22 1, 16 | This is to the greatest ~degree found in God. For His being 23 1, 16 | simply, but in a certain degree, ~in so far as it is its 24 1, 17 | things ~that are is found a degree of falseness.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 18 | life is ~life in its lowest degree. But inanimate bodies are 26 1, 18 | Life is in the highest degree properly in God. In proof ~ 27 1, 18 | self-movement in a higher degree, that is, not only ~with 28 1, 18 | them. Hence a more perfect ~degree of life is that of intelligible 29 1, 18 | life in the most perfect degree. Such is God; and ~hence 30 1, 20 | essence does ~not admit of degree; neither therefore does 31 1, 20 | reason why it may not vary in degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[20] A[ 32 1, 20 | and ordained to ~a greater degree of glory in eternal life. 33 1, 25 | assign to Him in the highest ~degree. For it is manifest that 34 1, 25 | active power ~in the highest degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 35 1, 26 | belongs to God in the highest degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 36 1, 26 | wholly and in a more eminent degree in the ~divine beatitude. 37 1, 39 | it agrees ~in a certain degree with the form of a collective 38 1, 39 | belong to Him in a fuller degree than to the others. Therefore 39 1, 44 | everything ~made is in some degree actual. But primary matter 40 1, 45 | that, Every effect in some degree represents its cause, but ~ 41 1, 50 | understood according to its degree of ~immateriality; because 42 1, 57 | eminently, and in a certain degree of fulness and ~simplicity. 43 1, 59 | angels, and ~in a higher degree of perfection than in man.~ 44 1, 59 | susceptible of greater and less degree; because ~privations and 45 1, 62 | and glory according to the degree of ~their natural gifts?~ 46 1, 62 | glory ~according to the degree of their natural gifts. 47 1, 62 | absolute will. Therefore the degree of grace depends on God' 48 1, 62 | s will, ~and not on the degree of their natural gifts.~ 49 1, 62 | Therefore much less does ~the degree of grace depend upon the 50 1, 62 | of grace depend upon the degree of their natural gifts.~ 51 1, 62 | more grace according to the degree of his ~natural gifts. Therefore 52 1, 62 | angels according to the ~degree of their natural gifts. 53 1, 62 | is bestowed according to degree of nature than ~according 54 1, 62 | are not in the ~highest degree of beatitude. Therefore 55 1, 62 | consists in vision, so the degree of vision lies in a determinate 56 1, 62 | brought even to a ~determinate degree of beatitude. Consequently, 57 1, 62 | Consequently, when that degree is once ~secured, it cannot 58 1, 62 | cannot pass to a higher degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 59 1, 62 | absolutely in the highest ~degree of beatitude, yet, in his 60 1, 62 | regard he is in the highest degree, ~according to Divine predestination. 61 1, 63 | accidentals, but ~also in degree of nature; and one angel, 62 1, 63 | impossible for one angel of lower degree to desire equality with 63 1, 63 | established; which in every degree ~of creature can be turned 64 1, 64 | 21); but not in the same degree as to the holy angels, ~ 65 1, 65 | bodies according to the degree of ~their turning away. 66 1, 66 | influence ~those of lower degree who act as messengers, though 67 1, 68 | But its formation, in some degree, belongs to the second day, ~ 68 1, 68 | common sublimity and some degree of ~luminosity, as appears 69 1, 73 | existed ~previously, in some degree, in the first works; secondly, 70 1, 75 | substances the difference of degree was accidental, as resulting ~ 71 1, 76 | gives matter only the ~first degree of perfection is the most 72 1, 76 | first, second, and third degree, and so on, is the most ~ 73 1, 77 | beatitude. Yet he is in the last degree, according to his nature, 74 1, 39 | it agrees ~in a certain degree with the form of a collective 75 1, 39 | belong to Him in a fuller degree than to the others. Therefore 76 1, 45 | everything ~made is in some degree actual. But primary matter 77 1, 46 | that, Every effect in some degree represents its cause, but ~ 78 1, 51 | understood according to its degree of ~immateriality; because 79 1, 58 | eminently, and in a certain degree of fulness and ~simplicity. 80 1, 60 | angels, and ~in a higher degree of perfection than in man.~ 81 1, 60 | susceptible of greater and less degree; because ~privations and 82 1, 63 | and glory according to the degree of ~their natural gifts?~ 83 1, 63 | glory ~according to the degree of their natural gifts. 84 1, 63 | absolute will. Therefore the degree of grace depends on God' 85 1, 63 | s will, ~and not on the degree of their natural gifts.~ 86 1, 63 | Therefore much less does ~the degree of grace depend upon the 87 1, 63 | of grace depend upon the degree of their natural gifts.~ 88 1, 63 | more grace according to the degree of his ~natural gifts. Therefore 89 1, 63 | angels according to the ~degree of their natural gifts. 90 1, 63 | is bestowed according to degree of nature than according 91 1, 63 | are not in the ~highest degree of beatitude. Therefore 92 1, 63 | consists in vision, so the degree of vision lies in a determinate 93 1, 63 | brought even to a ~determinate degree of beatitude. Consequently, 94 1, 63 | Consequently, when that degree is once ~secured, it cannot 95 1, 63 | cannot pass to a higher degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 96 1, 63 | absolutely in the highest ~degree of beatitude, yet, in his 97 1, 63 | regard he is in the highest degree, ~according to Divine predestination. 98 1, 64 | accidentals, but ~also in degree of nature; and one angel, 99 1, 64 | impossible for one angel of lower degree to desire equality with 100 1, 64 | established; which in every degree ~of creature can be turned 101 1, 65 | 21); but not in the same degree as to the holy angels, ~ 102 1, 66 | bodies according to the degree of ~their turning away. 103 1, 67 | influence ~those of lower degree who act as messengers, though 104 1, 69 | But its formation, in some degree, belongs to the second day, ~ 105 1, 69 | common sublimity and some degree of ~luminosity, as appears 106 1, 72 | existed ~previously, in some degree, in the first works; secondly, 107 1, 74 | substances the difference of degree was accidental, as resulting ~ 108 1, 75 | gives matter only the ~first degree of perfection is the most 109 1, 75 | first, second, and third degree, and so on, is the most ~ 110 1, 76 | beatitude. Yet he is in the last degree, according to his nature, 111 1, 77 | power does not ~constitute a degree of living things; because 112 1, 83 | cannot be grasped with any degree of certitude, for it passes 113 1, 83 | angels, but ~not in the same degree of perfection: just as the 114 1, 83 | Ev.), have not the same degree of perfection as the higher 115 1, 84 | intellectual knowledge in some degree arises from sensible ~knowledge: 116 1, 87 | themselves in the highest degree of ~intelligibility, are 117 1, 88 | universal, and bestow a lower degree of comprehension, in ~proportion 118 1, 88 | received species in the ~same degree of universality as the superior 119 1, 88 | substances; though in a ~lesser degree. Hence as soon as it ceases 120 1, 88 | which are in the highest degree ~of intelligibility. Therefore 121 1, 88 | things which are in a lower degree of intelligibility.~Aquin.: 122 1, 92 | God, participates in some degree the ~nature of an image. 123 1, 92 | in a greater ~or lesser degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 124 1, 92 | itself entirely in a certain ~degree, yet also in a way does 125 1, 92 | in the soul in a ~certain degree, as he says in the same 126 1, 92 | likeness ~which in some degree, however small, attains 127 1, 93 | first man, was due to a degree of ~perfection which was 128 1, 94 | just souls, was in some degree gifted with the Holy ~Ghost; 129 1, 94 | answer that, Merit as regards degree may be gauged in two ways. 130 1, 94 | measured corresponds ~in degree to the essential reward, 131 1, 94 | enjoy God. Secondly, the degree of merit is measured ~by 132 1, 94 | merit is measured ~by the degree of the action itself. This 133 1, 94 | the action itself. This degree is of two kinds, absolute ~ 134 1, 94 | deed of absolutely less degree than the others who put 135 1, 94 | therein. But in proportionate degree the widow gave more, as 136 1, 94 | each of these ~cases the degree of merit corresponds to 137 1, 94 | committed, if we consider the degree ~of merit on the part of 138 1, 94 | we ~consider the absolute degree of the work done; because, 139 1, 94 | consider the proportionate degree, a greater reason for merit 140 1, 94 | and struggle belong to the degree of merit ~according to the 141 1, 94 | according to the proportionate degree of the work done, as above ~ 142 1, 95 | which obey reason in some degree, the ~soul has mastership 143 1, 96 | was passible even to the degree of the cutting out ~of part 144 1, 96 | tree of life in a certain degree was the cause of ~immortality, 145 1, 101 | endowed with the highest degree of stability. Thus the abode 146 1, 102 | attributed to God in its highest degree of goodness. ~Now the highest 147 1, 102 | goodness. ~Now the highest degree of goodness in any practical 148 1, 102 | so much the better in the degree the ~things governed are 149 1, 105 | imitates the heavenly in some ~degree, but by a perfect likeness. 150 1, 107 | offices, it will to a certain degree remain after the Day of 151 1, 107 | Judgment, ~and to a certain degree will cease. It will cease 152 1, 107 | can merit glory in such a ~degree as to be equal to the angels, 153 1, 108 | belongs in a pre-eminent degree to unhappiness, it ~follows 154 1, 111 | magnitude to an immeasurable ~degree, so the superior incorporeal 155 1, 112 | avoid evil to a certain degree, but ~not in any sufficient 156 1, 112 | but ~not in any sufficient degree; forasmuch as he is weak 157 1, 112 | belongs to man, ~to a certain degree directs man to good, but 158 1, 112 | but not in a sufficient degree; ~because in the application 159 1, 112 | chosen by God for the higher ~degree of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 160 1, 112 | it can be said with some degree of probability, that the ~ 161 1, 113 | powers of man, in a ~certain degree: by which powers, though 162 1, 114 | it belongs to the lowest degree of beings. Therefore corporeal ~ 163 1, 116 | they can merit a higher degree of beatitude than that ~ 164 1, 116 | to ~move a body of higher degree, but only one of lower degree: 165 1, 116 | degree, but only one of lower degree: thus ~according to philosophers 166 2, 3 | First, ~according to a degree of the participating power: 167 2, 5 | surmount the angels in the degree of nature so ~as to be above 168 2, 8 | species of good in an equal degree, but are as that which is 169 2, 10 | will remains in a certain degree. ~Accordingly in so far 170 2, 11 | rational nature, in a perfect degree; to irrational ~animals, 171 2, 19 | the end?~(8) Whether the degree of goodness or malice in 172 2, 19 | the will depends on the ~degree of good or evil in the intention?~( 173 2, 19 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the degree of goodness or malice in 174 2, 19 | the will depends on the ~degree of good or evil in the intention?~ 175 2, 19 | It would seem that the degree of goodness in the will 176 2, 19 | the will depends on ~the degree of good in the intention. 177 2, 19 | the Divine, in a certain degree. Because inasmuch as it 178 2, 22 | with light in a supreme degree, to which ~the nearer a 179 2, 45 | unable to give the same degree of temperature to a large 180 2, 56 | equally, and in the ~same degree; but only from different 181 2, 57 | as on a virtue of higher ~degree: and both of these depend 182 2, 66 | he were, in the ~highest degree, disposed to virtue. Because 183 2, 66 | taken as referring to the degree of ~participation by the 184 2, 66 | his reason ~has the same degree of perfection, the mean 185 2, 66 | about an ~object of inferior degree. Wherefore the Philosopher 186 2, 68 | particular ~virtue is to the last degree destitute, unless one virtue 187 2, 72 | derived from diversity of ~degree in generation or movement: 188 2, 72 | sin of thought; the second degree is the sin of word, in so ~ 189 2, 72 | thought; while ~the third degree consists in the consummation 190 2, 72 | respect of which they form one degree, which is, however, divided 191 2, 72 | reason of its admitting of degree, were led by insufficient 192 2, 76 | ingratitude, the highest degree of which is that man even 193 2, 96 | We must not seek the same degree of certainty in all ~things" ( 194 2, 102 | of high and those of low ~degree are cleansed from sin by 195 2, 102 | the priests of ~inferior degree, who at fixed times served 196 2, 105 | stated above. The ~second degree is when a man sins through 197 2, 105 | bound to know. The third degree was when a man ~sinned from 198 2, 105 | Dt. 25:2]. The ~fourth degree was when a man sinned from 199 2, 105 | In other faults of less degree it prescribed the ~punishment 200 2, 109 | best, both with respect to degree of ~love, and with regard 201 2, 109 | love. And ~thus the highest degree of love is that whereby 202 2, 112 | result from these ~various degree; even as He instituted the 203 2, 2 | acquire science in a perfect degree; ~thus also the Philosopher 204 2, 2 | revelation reaches those of lower degree through those who are over 205 2, 2 | needs reach ~men of lower degree through those of higher 206 2, 2 | through those of higher degree. Consequently, just as ~ 207 2, 2 | so too, men of higher degree, whose business it is to ~ 208 2, 2 | all, since those of higher degree, whose ~duty it is to teach 209 2, 5 | principles is possessed in equal degree by all ~men. Therefore faith 210 2, 5 | faith is possessed in equal degree by all the faithful.~Aquin.: 211 2, 15 | concerned the people of ~lower degree, and these the precepts 212 2, 23 | dispose ~one to a lower degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 213 2, 25 | another, and so reach a higher degree of ~happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 214 2, 25 | charity in respect of ~the degree of good one wills the person 215 2, 31 | Not only ~those of low degree, but also those of high 216 2, 31 | and yet not ~to such a degree, that if he saw clearly 217 2, 43 | however, receive a higher degree of the gift of wisdom, both 218 2, 43 | according to those rules). ~This degree of wisdom is not common 219 2, 51 | practical reason belongs in some degree to ~prudence, so all lack 220 2, 58 | of suspicion. The first degree is when a man ~begins to 221 2, 58 | before the time." The second degree is when a man, from slight ~ 222 2, 58 | fixed ~opinion." The third degree is when a judge goes so 223 2, 62 | state, or rise to a higher degree; know that in no case is 224 2, 65 | between judges of ~lower degree and the supreme judge, i.e. 225 2, 66 | both of ~high and of low degree, both superiors and inferiors. 226 2, 66 | superiors, nor persons of lower degree, ~those of a higher degree, 227 2, 66 | degree, ~those of a higher degree, as shown in several chapters ( 228 2, 75 | does not depend on their degree of nature, since at times 229 2, 79 | by man is in the highest degree due to Him, it would seem ~ 230 2, 81 | addressed to a saint of lower degree are more efficacious, either 231 2, 86 | certain rule, in the second degree after the reception of ~ 232 2, 94 | first experienced a certain degree of ~truth in these observances 233 2, 99 | cross; it is the highest degree of piety to be cruel in 234 2, 105 | it follows that the first degree of ~ingratitude is when 235 2, 105 | while the ~third and supreme degree is when a man fails to recognize 236 2, 105 | it belongs to the ~first degree of ingratitude to return 237 2, 115 | idea of due in the lowest degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 238 2, 116 | OBJ 2: Further, the least degree of covetousness is to hold 239 2, 122 | perfection in the highest degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 240 2, 122 | embraces the highest possible degree of ~obedience, namely obedience 241 2, 132 | but ~denotes a perfect degree of any virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 242 2, 147 | may ~have wisdom in some degree of perfection: and in this 243 2, 147 | a bishop has the highest degree in the Church: and the ~ 244 2, 150 | what is a virtue of high degree."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] 245 2, 151 | as ~regards the ordinary degree of virtue, and as to this 246 2, 151 | as regards the perfect degree of virtue, ~and as to this 247 2, 152 | certain movements in some degree pass" from the waking state 248 2, 152 | who are descended in ~near degree from the same parents: so 249 2, 154 | dictates this in a certain degree. Yet he does not ~tend thereto 250 2, 156 | OBJ[3]]. For the first degree is an inward ~conception, 251 2, 156 | his brother." The second degree is when the anger is manifested 252 2, 156 | angry exclamation. The third degree is when the sin conceived 253 2, 159 | abundant humility. The third degree is to subject ~ourselves 254 2, 159 | humility, namely the twelfth ~degree, "that a man fear God and 255 2, 159 | pertains to the eleventh ~degree; secondly, by regulating 256 2, 159 | this applies to the tenth degree; thirdly, by not being deterred 257 2, 159 | this belongs to the ninth degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 258 2, 159 | this belongs to the ~eighth degree: secondly, by deeming oneself 259 2, 159 | pertains to the seventh degree: thirdly, that in this respect ~ 260 2, 159 | this belongs to the sixth ~degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 261 2, 159 | this applies to the fifth degree. Two others have ~reference 262 2, 159 | which pertains to the fourth degree, and that one be not immoderate 263 2, 159 | this belongs to the third degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 264 2, 159 | abasement. For the first ~degree belongs to the knowledge 265 2, 159 | excluded by ~the second degree. The third and fourth degrees 266 2, 159 | pertains to the seventh degree; so that all ~these degrees 267 2, 159 | higher or lower or of equal degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 268 2, 160 | 161], A[6]). For the first degree of humility is to "be humble ~ 269 2, 160 | inordinately. The second degree of ~humility is "to speak 270 2, 160 | proud ~of speech. The third degree of humility is "not to be 271 2, 160 | senseless mirth." The fourth ~degree of humility is "to maintain 272 2, 160 | opposed "boasting". The fifth degree of humility is "to do nothing 273 2, 160 | than ~others. The sixth degree of humility is "to believe 274 2, 160 | above others. The seventh degree of humility is "to think ~ 275 2, 160 | are ~above him. The eighth degree of humility is "to confess 276 2, 160 | of one's sins." The ninth degree is "to embrace ~patience 277 2, 160 | them deceitfully. The tenth degree of ~humility is "obedience," 278 2, 160 | rebelliousness." The ~eleventh degree of humility is "not to delight 279 2, 160 | whatever he will. The last degree of humility is "fear of 280 2, 169 | and rapture which is a degree of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 281 2, 169 | are three ~degrees. One degree comprises things remote 282 2, 169 | Body Para. 3/4~The second degree comprises those things which 283 2, 169 | Body Para. 4/4~The last degree comprises things remote 284 2, 172 | one prophet there is one degree of ~prophecy. Now one prophet 285 2, 172 | action; wherefore the lowest degree of ~prophecy is when a man, 286 2, 172 | and ~loosed." The second degree of prophecy is when a man 287 2, 172 | latter belongs to a higher degree of prophecy, since the prophetic 288 2, 172 | would seem to be a higher degree of prophecy when the prophet, ~ 289 2, 172 | evidently a still higher degree of prophecy when a prophet ~ 290 2, 172 | Fourthly, the height of a degree of prophecy may be measured 291 2, 172 | seen: for it is a higher degree of prophecy, ~if he who 292 2, 172 | 1/1~Whether there is a degree of prophecy in the blessed?~ 293 2, 172 | would seem that there is a degree of prophecy in the blessed. ~ 294 2, 172 | that in course of time the degree of prophecy made progress.~ 295 2, 172 | that ~in course of time the degree of prophecy advanced.~Aquin.: 296 2, 172 | prophecy did ~not advance in degree as time went on.~Aquin.: 297 2, 176 | he brought to a certain degree of supernatural ~knowledge 298 2, 178 | Consequently the highest degree of ~contemplation in the 299 2, 178 | sees something of lower degree, ~and is thereby refreshed 300 2, 180 | not as regards the highest degree of contemplation, ~as stated 301 2, 180 | love of God, not ~of any degree, but to that which is perfect; 302 2, 180 | life is ~necessary for any degree of the love of our neighbor. 303 2, 182 | Divine ~love. The lowest degree of Divine love is to love 304 2, 182 | whoever fails from this ~degree of perfection nowise fulfils 305 2, 182 | precept. There is another degree ~of the Divine love, which 306 2, 182 | as to reach the perfect degree, one is in the state ~of 307 2, 182 | who were to be of a higher degree, and as it were ~the supports 308 2, 182 | monks to such a disastrous degree of pride, ~and deem the 309 2, 183 | Another thing is the height of degree, for a bishop is placed 310 2, 183 | second, namely the height of degree, it ~is presumptuous to 311 2, 183 | act it has the height of degree attached to it, it would 312 2, 183 | fail or ~exceed in a slight degree, this may happen without 313 2, 183 | from a lower to a higher degree is ~seemingly not bound 314 2, 183 | which pertain to the lower degree: ~thus it was stated above ( 315 2, 184 | to the second and third degree, and we too commend him: ~ 316 2, 186 | does not rise ~above the degree of "discipleship" or "subjection," 317 2, 186 | presupposed, a greater or lesser ~degree of poverty is adapted to 318 2, 186 | care. Wherefore a threefold degree of poverty corresponds to ~ 319 2, 187 | but even from a higher degree ~of holiness, than the highest 320 2, 187 | holiness, than the highest degree to which another man attains ~ 321 2, 187 | Benedict began at a high degree of grace and ~perfection 322 3, 3 | is communicated in ~some degree to what is assumed to it, 323 3, 7 | gave to a certain sublime ~degree of virtue the name of "virtue 324 3, 7 | gifts were in a pre-eminent degree.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[5] 325 3, 7 | has grace in ~its highest degree, in the most perfect way 326 3, 7 | not attained the highest degree of grace, but ~also on the 327 3, 10 | higher and more sublime ~degree by the infinity of the Divine 328 3, 13 | soul had in its highest degree the "grace of ~miracles" 329 3, 15 | virtues were in their highest degree, the ~"fomes" of sin was 330 3, 15 | spirit reached the highest ~degree of fortitude. And although 331 3, 20 | God. The first regards the degree of goodness, inasmuch as ~ 332 3, 22 | priestly power in a higher ~degree than the angels, so that 333 3, 25 | dulia": but in a higher degree than to other creatures, ~ 334 3, 27 | qualities in ~the most perfect degree, having mounted to its own 335 3, 27 | Virgin received in a ~high degree both the gift of wisdom 336 3, 37 | presence in ~the highest degree, as being always united 337 3, 47 | elders, and others of lesser ~degree. Now according to the author 338 3, 47 | 2/2~But those of lesser degree - namely, the common folk - 339 3, 58 | order of origin, but not degree ~of nature or dignity, for 340 3, 62 | kind of being and ~some degree of good. But there is no 341 3, 62 | is it reducible to some degree of good; for neither is 342 3, 62 | sufficient ~to resist any degree of concupiscence, and to 343 3, 64 | as ~ministers of a higher degree, in a more perfect manner, 344 3, 65 | Extreme Unction are on a degree inferior to those mentioned 345 3, 66 | nature of water in a special degree; wherefore seeds, from which 346 3, 66 | of Blood by the ~highest degree of fervor of dilection and 347 3, 68 | its integrity in the same degree as ~the head, some hold 348 3, 70 | least grace can ~resist any degree of concupiscence, and avoid 349 3, 70 | the Law; for the smallest ~degree of charity loves God more 350 3, 80 | sacramentally?~(5) Of the degree of this sin;~(6) Whether 351 3, 80 | and blasphemy. The second degree of gravity is held by those 352 3, 80 | but not according to the degree of the crime. ~Because the 353 3, 89 | Penance, according to the ~degree of intensity or remissness 354 3, 89 | to return to their former degree." Again, Pope Innocent I ~ 355 3, 89 | they may recover their ~degree and dignity."~Aquin.: SMT 356 3, 89 | restored to their former degree, who by repentance have ~ 357 3, 89 | reward according to the degree of charity in which ~he 358 Suppl, 2 | intervening time. Therefore the degree of his contrition ought 359 Suppl, 2 | sin was committed, ~its degree of gravity was already complete, 360 Suppl, 2 | of aversion, and in the degree ~of separation from God; 361 Suppl, 3 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE DEGREE OF CONTRITION (THREE ARTICLES)~ 362 Suppl, 3 | We must now consider the degree of contrition: under which 363 Suppl, 3 | Para. 1/4~Reply OBJ 4: The degree of displeasure at a thing 364 Suppl, 3 | be ~proportionate to the degree of its malice. Now the malice 365 Suppl, 3 | observed according to the ~degree of the hurt. Consequently, 366 Suppl, 3 | there is also an accidental degree of malice, in respect of 367 Suppl, 3 | the higher appetite, the ~degree of sorrow depends on the 368 Suppl, 5 | But if one has the same degree of sorrow ~for a greater 369 Suppl, 8 | imposed according to the degree of the ~fault?~Aquin.: SMT 370 Suppl, 8 | imposed according to the degree of fault. ~For it is imposed 371 Suppl, 8 | imposed according to the degree of pleasure derived from 372 Suppl, 8 | imposed according to the degree of fault.~Aquin.: SMT XP 373 Suppl, 8 | does not answer to the ~degree of fault.~Aquin.: SMT XP 374 Suppl, 8 | imposed according to the degree of fault.~Aquin.: SMT XP 375 Suppl, 8 | punishment does not answer to the degree of fault.~Aquin.: SMT XP 376 Suppl, 8 | adjudicated for sin answers the degree of fault.~Aquin.: SMT XP 377 Suppl, 8 | consideration however for the degree of contrition, and ~for 378 Suppl, 24| But priests of inferior degree cannot ~excommunicate their 379 Suppl, 24| absolved, he shows a high degree of contumacy. Therefore 380 Suppl, 32| But if we consider the degree and the stage ~of the complaint, 381 Suppl, 34| other hand, it denotes the degree which results in the ~order 382 Suppl, 34| another, it ~follows that this degree of pre-eminence by spiritual 383 Suppl, 35| above the people in the degree of Order, so may they be 384 Suppl, 35| above the people in some degree of authority directed to 385 Suppl, 35| one can reach a ~further degree, unless he first mount the 386 Suppl, 35| first mount the previous degree. Therefore no ~one can receive 387 Suppl, 36| required?~(3) Whether the degree of Orders is obtained by 388 Suppl, 36| things, men obtain a higher degree from the ~very fact that 389 Suppl, 36| alone he is raised to the degree of Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP 390 Suppl, 36| sacraments of grace, ~the degree of order does not result 391 Suppl, 36| Natural things acquire a degree of superiority over others, ~ 392 Suppl, 36| form, they obtain a ~higher degree. But the ministers of the 393 Suppl, 37| places its recipients in a degree ~above other persons. Since 394 Suppl, 38| virgins are not placed in a degree of spiritual power by their ~ 395 Suppl, 39| sex to signify eminence of degree, for a woman is ~in the 396 Suppl, 39| not to be ~deprived of the degree of Orders on account of 397 Suppl, 40| persons who professed some degree ~of perfection. Now the 398 Suppl, 40| Further, Order denotes a degree of dignity. Now a cleric 399 Suppl, 40| a cleric is placed on a degree above the people. ~Therefore 400 Suppl, 40| power he has not the higher degree that is ~required for Orders.~ 401 Suppl, 40| Order is nothing else but a degree of power in the ~dispensing 402 Suppl, 43| understanding; the third degree is when a man is both ~able 403 Suppl, 45| are related ~in the second degree, because the Church has 404 Suppl, 53| and not as to the definite degree of guilt. But as ~regards 405 Suppl, 54| instrument in the ~same degree of perfection as it has 406 Suppl, 54| two ~points make but one degree. Therefore one line has 407 Suppl, 54| Therefore one line has but one degree, and ~for this reason it 408 Suppl, 54| 1/1 ~OBJ 4: Further, a degree is defined as "the relation 409 Suppl, 54| those who are in the same degree ought to be equally related. ~ 410 Suppl, 54| great-nephew are in the ~same degree, and yet they are not equally 411 Suppl, 54| ordinary things a different degree results from the ~addition 412 Suppl, 54| always make a different degree of consanguinity, since 413 Suppl, 54| and uncle are in the same degree of consanguinity, for they 414 Suppl, 54| the other in the fourth degree. Therefore ~the measure 415 Suppl, 54| which reason there is no degree of consanguinity where there ~ 416 Suppl, 54| various ~lines. For the degree of consanguinity in the 417 Suppl, 54| say Peter, in the first degree - for ~instance father and 418 Suppl, 54| is distant in the second degree, for instance ~grandfather, 419 Suppl, 54| are related in the second ~degree, because each is separated 420 Suppl, 54| the common stock by one degree; ~and in like manner the 421 Suppl, 54| one ~another in the fourth degree. But according to the canonical 422 Suppl, 54| are related in the first degree, since neither is distant ~ 423 Suppl, 54| is distant ~more than one degree from the common stock: but 424 Suppl, 54| are distant in the second degree from the other brother, 425 Suppl, 54| canonical reckoning, by whatever degree a person is distant from 426 Suppl, 54| distant from some ~higher degree, by so much and never by 427 Suppl, 54| person descending from that degree, because "the cause of a 428 Suppl, 54| according to the more distant degree.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 429 Suppl, 54| every unity added makes a degree in a particular ~line: and 430 Suppl, 54| as it were, and thus the degree of ~consanguinity is measured 431 Suppl, 54| to one person in the same degree of consanguinity, one is 432 Suppl, 54| related to him in ~the first degree of consanguinity, because 433 Suppl, 54| although he be not in a nearer ~degree. In this way a man's great-uncle 434 Suppl, 54| although they are in the same degree.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 435 Suppl, 54| and uncle are in the same degree in ~respect of the root 436 Suppl, 54| both are separated by one ~degree from the grandfather, nevertheless 437 Suppl, 54| they are not in the same degree, since the ~father is in 438 Suppl, 54| father is in the first degree, whereas the uncle cannot 439 Suppl, 54| nearer than ~the second degree, wherein the grandfather 440 Suppl, 54| always related in the same degree to one ~another, although 441 Suppl, 54| to reach to ~the fourth degree. For it is written (Mt. 442 Suppl, 54| married within the fourth degree of consanguinity, since 443 Suppl, 54| impediment as far as the ~fourth degree on account of the four elements 444 Suppl, 54| elements as far as the sixth degree ~on account of the six ages 445 Suppl, 54| world, as far as the seventh degree on ~account of the seven 446 Suppl, 54| marriage as far as the fourth ~degree, whereas formerly it was 447 Suppl, 54| parties related in the fifth degree were ~married when that 448 Suppl, 54| were ~married when that degree was an impediment, their 449 Suppl, 54| extended ~to the seventh degree, both because beyond this 450 Suppl, 54| restricted to ~the fourth degree, because it became useless 451 Suppl, 54| prohibition to the fourth degree. First because men are wont 452 Suppl, 54| Wherefore if the fifth degree which is now allowed were 453 Suppl, 54| time, those in the fifth degree who are married would not 454 Suppl, 54| Church. In like manner, if a ~degree which is now forbidden were 455 Suppl, 55| consanguinity, albeit in a different degree on ~account of his being 456 Suppl, 55| While birth makes a new degree,~because, to wit, the person 457 Suppl, 55| relationship, ~but in a different degree, whereas through carnal 458 Suppl, 55| connection or as to the degree. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 459 Suppl, 55| husband's ~relatives as to the degree but not as to the kind of 460 Suppl, 55| kind and ~in a different degree of affinity, as appears 461 Suppl, 55| affinity is that in whatever degree of consanguinity I am ~related 462 Suppl, 55| the husband, in that same degree of affinity I am related 463 Suppl, 55| Therefore in ~whatever degree her husband is related to 464 Suppl, 55| related to ~me in that same degree by affinity: and so the 465 Suppl, 56| begotten involves a change of degree, as stated above ~(Q[55], 466 Suppl, 56| are related in the same degree as brother ~and brother. 467 Suppl, 56| carnal generation entails a ~degree with regard to a person 468 Suppl, 56| father's wife in the same ~degree as his father, but by another 469 Suppl, 56| s carnal son in the same degree as the latter's ~father 470 Suppl, 57| there is no difference of degree between adopted and ~adopter. 471 Suppl, 69| congruity in reference to their degree of ~nobility (wherein they 472 Suppl, 72| it is uncertain in what degree this ~increase will foretell 473 Suppl, 77| does not belong in the same degree to the ~truth of human nature 474 Suppl, 78| human ~species aims at some degree of quantity befitting his 475 Suppl, 80| are reduced to a supreme degree of equality, it would seem ~ 476 Suppl, 81| glorified body according ~to the degree of its dignity belongs to 477 Suppl, 83| those who are in the highest degree of unhappiness. Now ~death 478 Suppl, 83| they are in the highest degree of unhappiness. Therefore 479 Suppl, 85| the Early Church, in a ~degree sometimes more sometimes 480 Suppl, 86| in his heart in the same degree as poverty ~does: even so, 481 Suppl, 86| on account of a certain degree of virtue, ~attain to the 482 Suppl, 86| punishment according to the ~degree of their guilt. But this 483 Suppl, 88| brightness. But to what degree and in what way this betterment 484 Suppl, 88| according to their natural degree in the ~universe should 485 Suppl, 88| conferring the ~highest degree of perfection on that in 486 Suppl, 89| things ~according to the degree of clearness wherewith they 487 Suppl, 90| our ~observing a certain degree of merit in the act considered 488 Suppl, 91| heaven will be in the highest degree ~conformed to God. Now God 489 Suppl, 92| dowries in the most excellent degree, considered as to that ~ 490 Suppl, 92| befit Him in the highest degree.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 491 Suppl, 93| same aureole in a higher degree than another?~Aquin.: SMT 492 Suppl, 93| certain gifts in a higher degree, nothing is ~possessed by 493 Suppl, 93| Scriptures that a ~higher degree of glory is in store for 494 Suppl, 93| own ~disposition as to his degree of spirituality to which 495 Suppl, 93| whatever we may say of the degree of ~conflict, this is certain - 496 Suppl, 93| martyrdom does not reach ~the degree of merit due to actual martyrdom 497 Suppl, 95| 1: It is in the highest degree unprofitable to have reached ~ 498 Suppl, 95| have reached ~the highest degree of evil, the result being 499 Suppl, 95| they missed its highest degree of perfection which they 500 Suppl, 96| namely ~according to the degree of its severity, and according


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