Part, Question
1 1, 2  for those things that are greatest in truth are greatest in
2 1, 2  are greatest in truth are greatest in being, ~as it is written
3 1, 5  Tim. 4:4): and God is the greatest good. ~Therefore every being
4 1, 16  intellect. This is to the greatest ~degree found in God. For
5 1, 25  Pentecost]. Therefore the greatest act possible to the divine
6 1, 27  goodness seems to be the greatest principle of ~procession,
7 1, 31  in God there exists ~the greatest possible unity. Therefore
8 1, 44  text 4) that whatever is greatest in ~being and greatest in
9 1, 44  is greatest in ~being and greatest in truth, is the cause of
10 1, 44  just as whatever is the greatest in heat is the cause of
11 1, 57  demons ~"sometimes with the greatest faculty learn man's dispositions,
12 1, 45  text 4) that whatever is greatest in ~being and greatest in
13 1, 45  is greatest in ~being and greatest in truth, is the cause of
14 1, 45  just as whatever is the greatest in heat is the cause of
15 1, 58  demons ~"sometimes with the greatest faculty learn man's dispositions,
16 1, 90  the human body has the greatest nobility; since it is perfected
17 1, 102  essentially good, which is the greatest good; the government of
18 1, 105  least of them even to the greatest." But all the ~types of
19 1, 107  and the archangels ~in the greatest; by the virtues miracles
20 1, 108  to act on others. Now the greatest perfection and that which ~
21 1, 111  multiplication together of all the greatest numbers, ~namely ten, a
22 2, 2  consist in that which has the ~greatest hold on man's affections.
23 2, 7  circumstances seem to be of the greatest importance.~Aquin.: SMT
24 2, 31  Ethic. x, 7) that "the greatest pleasure is derived from
25 2, 31  men abstain from even the greatest bodily pleasures, ~rather
26 2, 31  other senses. Because the greatest pleasure ~seems to be that
27 2, 31  afforded by the sight is the ~greatest of sensible pleasures.~Aquin.:
28 2, 31  Metaph. i, 1]. Therefore the greatest pleasure seems to be ~afforded
29 2, 31  friendship. Therefore the greatest pleasure seems to be afforded
30 2, 31  Ethic. iii, 10), that the ~greatest pleasures are those which
31 2, 31  of usefulness, then the greatest pleasure is afforded ~by
32 2, 31  afforded by touch is the greatest in respect of ~usefulness,
33 2, 31  pleasure afforded by sight the greatest in respect of ~knowledge;
34 2, 32  conjunction: therefore the ~greatest pleasure is that which arises
35 2, 32  of winning it, afford the greatest ~pleasure: and speaking
36 2, 32  This is why man takes the greatest ~pleasure in finding or
37 2, 33  then do they afford the greatest delight: except, perchance, ~
38 2, 34  Whether any pleasure is the greatest good?~(4) Whether pleasure
39 2, 34  pleasures," which are the greatest of all, "it is impossible ~
40 2, 34  Whether any pleasure is the greatest good?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34]
41 2, 34  that no pleasure is the greatest good. Because ~nothing generated
42 2, 34  nothing generated is the greatest good: since generation cannot
43 2, 34  Therefore no pleasure is the greatest good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34]
44 2, 34  Further, that which is the greatest good cannot be made better
45 2, 34  Therefore ~pleasure is not the greatest good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34]
46 2, 34  Further, that which is the greatest good is universally good,
47 2, 34  Therefore pleasure is not the ~greatest good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34]
48 2, 34  contrary, Happiness is the greatest good: since it is the end
49 2, 34  pleasure be the sovereign or greatest good. But, judging from ~
50 2, 34  2/2~Secondly, because by greatest good he understood that
51 2, 34  whereas we are speaking of the greatest good in human things. Now
52 2, 34  in human things. Now the ~greatest good of everything is its
53 2, 34  man may ~be said to be the greatest among human goods.~Aquin.:
54 2, 34  some pleasure being the greatest good, although every ~pleasure
55 2, 34  argument is true of the greatest good simply, by ~participation
56 2, 34  3: That pleasure is the greatest good is due not to the mere ~
57 2, 35  animals ~are deterred from the greatest pleasures by fear of pain,"
58 2, 36  which gives rise to the greatest pleasure, as stated above ~(
59 2, 38  above (Q[3], A[5]), the greatest of all ~pleasures consists
60 2, 39  Whether bodily pain is the greatest evil?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39]
61 2, 39  Whether bodily pain is the greatest evil?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39]
62 2, 39  would seem that pain is the greatest evil. Because "the worst ~
63 2, 39  certain pleasure is the ~greatest good, viz. the pleasure
64 2, 39  Therefore a certain pain is ~the greatest evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39]
65 2, 39  Further, happiness is man's greatest good, because it is his
66 2, 39  OBJ[3]). Therefore man's greatest good consists in the fulfilment
67 2, 39  Therefore pain is man's ~greatest evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39]
68 2, 39  the sovereign good is the greatest good of the better part: ~
69 2, 39  the supreme evil is the greatest evil of the inferior part.
70 2, 39  part. But ~wisdom is the greatest good of the soul; while
71 2, 39  is pain. Therefore man's greatest good is to be wise: while
72 2, 39  is to be wise: while his ~greatest evil is to suffer pain."~
73 2, 39  sorrow or pain is not man's greatest evil. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[
74 2, 39  sorrow or pain to be man's ~greatest evil. For all sorrow or
75 2, 39  truly evil cannot be the ~greatest evil: for there is something
76 2, 39  really good, cannot be the ~greatest evil, for it would be worse
77 2, 39  sorrow or pain to be ~man's greatest evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39]
78 2, 39  sorrow cannot be man's ~greatest evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39]
79 2, 39  sorrow or pain cannot be the greatest evil; because ~it has an
80 2, 42  everlastingness, seems to have the greatest ~bearing on the increase
81 2, 42  reason they inspire the greatest fear.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42]
82 2, 44  with their horns. Now the greatest help for all ~purposes,
83 2, 45  therefore that daring is greatest.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[
84 2, 49  But ~perfection is of the greatest necessity to a thing: since
85 2, 61  these. For, seemingly, the greatest is the principal in any ~
86 2, 65  matters right ~reason has greatest need of the first indemonstrable
87 2, 66  abundant justice there is the ~greatest strength [virtus]." Therefore
88 2, 66  those virtues must needs be greatest which receive the ~most
89 2, 66  1~Whether wisdom is the greatest of the intellectual virtues?~
90 2, 66  seem that wisdom is not the greatest of the intellectual ~virtues.
91 2, 66  Ethic. vi, 7, "man were the greatest thing ~in the world." Wherefore
92 2, 66  1~Whether charity is the greatest of the theological virtues?~
93 2, 66  that charity is not the greatest of the theological ~virtues.
94 2, 66  charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity."~Aquin.:
95 2, 68  these gifts shone with the greatest splendor. Yet neither does
96 2, 68  not the lowest ~but the greatest of the gifts.~Aquin.: SMT
97 2, 73  abundant justice there is the greatest strength." Now, as ~Our
98 2, 73  grievous sin is opposed to the greatest ~virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS
99 2, 73  in morals the best is the greatest virtue; and ~the worst is
100 2, 73  grievous sin is ~opposed to the greatest virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[
101 2, 73  A[1]). ~Wherefore the greatest sin must needs be directly
102 2, 73  directly opposed to the greatest ~virtue, as being furthest
103 2, 73  lust, ~because it is of the greatest adhesion, and man can with
104 2, 78  little by little." But ~the greatest fall seems to be that of
105 2, 81  of God "to shine with the greatest purity" [*Cf. ~Anselm, De
106 2, 102  contained, the three things ~of greatest import in human affairs.
107 2, 105  Further, as there is the greatest familiarity between man
108 2, 108  Christ is our ~wisest and greatest friend. Therefore His counsels
109 2, 109  commandments of the Law, the greatest is ~this, "Thou shalt love
110 2, 112  Further, whatever is the greatest possible, cannot be more
111 2, 112  less. But grace is the greatest possible, since it joins
112 2, 113  of the ungodly is God's greatest work?~(10) Whether the justification
113 2, 113  of the ungodly is God's greatest work?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113]
114 2, 113  the ungodly is not God's ~greatest work. For it is by the justification
115 2, 113  the ungodly is not God's greatest work.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113]
116 2, 113  work of creation is the greatest ~work, wherein something
117 2, 113  which way ~creation is God's greatest work.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113]
118 2, 114  God and man there is the greatest ~inequality: for they are
119 2, 114  1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the greatest principle of merit would
120 2, 114  it makes us undertake the greatest toils, "for it does ~great
121 2, 7  separation from which is the greatest ~evil, and to which it is
122 2, 8  adhere to it firmly as to the greatest good: and ~no one can do
123 2, 10  subject?~(3) Whether it is the greatest of sins?~(4) Whether every
124 2, 10  Whether unbelief is the greatest of sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[
125 2, 10  that unbelief is not the greatest of sins. For ~Augustine
126 2, 10  absolutely that unbelief is the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
127 2, 10  is not, ~seemingly, the greatest of sins. Now unbelief excuses
128 2, 10  Therefore unbelief is not the ~greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
129 2, 10  Therefore unbelief is not the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
130 2, 10  Therefore unbelief is the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
131 2, 10  Further, unbelief is the greatest of sins, as stated above (
132 2, 12  sin of blasphemy is the greatest sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13]
133 2, 12  of blasphemy is not the greatest sin. ~For, according to
134 2, 12  excuse oneself for sin is the greatest sin of all." Therefore ~
135 2, 12  Therefore ~blasphemy is not the greatest sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13]
136 2, 12  A[3]), unbelief is the ~greatest of sins in respect of its
137 2, 13  things, the perfect is the greatest evil, ~as the Philosopher
138 2, 18  punishment is feared as the greatest evil, ~which is the case
139 2, 18  it is ~not feared as the greatest evil, which is the case
140 2, 19  unbelief?~(3) Whether it is the greatest of sins?~(4) Whether it
141 2, 19  1~Whether despair is the greatest of sins?~Aquin.: SMT SS
142 2, 19  that despair is not the greatest of sins. For there ~can
143 2, 19  But unbelief is ~the greatest of sins because it overthrows
144 2, 19  Therefore despair is not the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
145 2, 22  virtue?~(6) Whether it is the greatest of the virtues?~(7) Whether
146 2, 23  something extreme, being the greatest ~of the virtues, and the
147 2, 23  the supreme love of the greatest good. Therefore ~charity
148 2, 25  25]. Now these ~are our greatest benefactors. Therefore a
149 2, 25  whom we have received the greatest favors, to those on whom
150 2, 26  mother, whose love is the greatest, seeks ~rather to love than
151 2, 28  virtue?~(4) Whether it is the greatest of virtues?~Aquin.: SMT
152 2, 28  1/1~Whether mercy is the greatest of the virtues?~Aquin.:
153 2, 28  would seem that mercy is the greatest of the virtues. For the ~
154 2, 28  Therefore mercy is the greatest virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[
155 2, 28  Therefore mercy is the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
156 2, 28  Therefore mercy is not the greatest of ~virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
157 2, 28  subject, mercy is not the greatest ~virtue, unless that subject
158 2, 28  our neighbor, mercy is the greatest, even as its act ~surpasses
159 2, 32  Whether hatred of God is the greatest of sins?~(3) Whether hatred
160 2, 32  sin?~(4) Whether it is the greatest of all sins against our
161 2, 32  Whether hatred of God is the greatest of sins?~Aquin.: SMT SS
162 2, 32  hatred of God is not the greatest of sins. For ~the most grievous
163 2, 34  quoted that envy is the ~greatest of sins, but that when the
164 2, 35  so discord brings the ~greatest things to ruin." Therefore
165 2, 35  while ~discord brings the greatest to ruin, is because "the
166 2, 36  them should . . . be the greatest." ~Therefore contention
167 2, 37  schism would seem to be the greatest, because it ~is opposed
168 2, 41  yet such things are the greatest of ~spiritual works. Therefore
169 2, 42  another, wherefore the greatest precept is that of charity,
170 2, 44  lust, which is about the greatest of pleasures; and ~these
171 2, 53  1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the greatest evil is opposed to the greatest
172 2, 53  greatest evil is opposed to the greatest good, as ~stated in Ethic.
173 2, 56  says ~(Rhet. i, 9): "The greatest virtues must needs be those
174 2, 56  others. For this reason the greatest honors are accorded the
175 2, 62  whereby a man inflicts the greatest injury ~on his neighbor.
176 2, 62  oneself, to whom one owes the greatest love. Moreover it is ~most
177 2, 71  of the soul, which is the greatest of all, ~cannot be taken
178 2, 73  1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the greatest derision would appear to
179 2, 77  Now contrariety is the greatest remoteness, according to
180 2, 79  precedence (Ex. 20) as being of greatest importance. Now the order
181 2, 86  given ~him. Now one of the greatest goods that God has given
182 2, 87  lord would seem to ~be the greatest irreverence. Hence a vow
183 2, 87  should ~hold an oath in the greatest reverence. For this reason
184 2, 92  are the greater sins, the greatest of all seems to be ~for
185 2, 98  1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the greatest of the sacraments is the
186 2, 101  a wide ~sense, since the greatest reverence is that which
187 2, 102  Whether obedience is the greatest of the virtues?~Aquin.:
188 2, 102  seems that obedience is the greatest of the virtues. For it is ~
189 2, 102  to religion, which is the greatest of all ~moral virtues, as
190 2, 102  Therefore obedience is the ~greatest of all virtues.~Aquin.:
191 2, 104  For we have received the greatest benefits from God, and ~
192 2, 106  spiritual goods are of the greatest consequence, while temporal ~
193 2, 112  temperance to moderate the greatest pleasures, as ~stated above (
194 2, 115  Whether liberality is the greatest of the virtues?~Aquin.:
195 2, 115  seems that liberality is the greatest of the virtues. For ~every
196 2, 115  Therefore liberality is the greatest of ~the virtues.~Aquin.:
197 2, 115  but not in bulk, to be greatest is to be best." Now the
198 2, 115  Therefore liberality is the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
199 2, 115  Therefore liberality is the greatest of ~virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
200 2, 115  that ~liberality is not the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
201 2, 115  pertain to charity, the greatest of virtues, rather than
202 2, 116  Whether covetousness is the greatest of sins?~Aquin.: SMT SS
203 2, 116  that covetousness is the greatest of sins. For it is ~written (
204 2, 116  Therefore ~covetousness is the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
205 2, 120  neighbors, we are ~under the greatest obligation. Hence, immediately
206 2, 121  extreme, since it is the greatest of fears, as stated in Ethic.
207 2, 121  of reason in face of the ~greatest evils: because he that stands
208 2, 121  through bearing well even the greatest evils; while ~through bearing
209 2, 121  wherefore to undergo the greatest dangers in accordance with
210 2, 121  man's ~mind against the greatest danger, which is that of
211 2, 121  beasts are deterred from the greatest ~pleasures by the fear of
212 2, 121  things. Therefore it is the greatest of ~the virtues. ~Aquin.:
213 2, 121  Those virtues must ~needs be greatest which are most profitable
214 2, 121  dangers ~of death has the greatest power to make man recede
215 2, 122  His martyrs." ~Again the greatest proof of charity lies in
216 2, 122  martyrdom is an act of the greatest perfection?~Aquin.: SMT
217 2, 122  martyrdom is not an act of the greatest perfection. ~For seemingly
218 2, 122  martyrdom is ~not an act of the greatest perfection.~Aquin.: SMT
219 2, 122  virtuous acts martyrdom is the greatest proof of ~the perfection
220 2, 122  animals refrain from the greatest ~pleasures," as Augustine
221 2, 122  as being the sign of the greatest charity, ~according to Jn.
222 2, 123  pleasure, and so on. But the greatest fear of all is that which ~
223 2, 126  practices in face of the greatest hardships, namely dangers
224 2, 127  consists in the best use of the greatest thing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[
225 2, 127  among ~these honor is the greatest simply, both because it
226 2, 127  the concupiscence of the greatest pleasures, and ~likewise
227 2, 127  likewise meekness about the greatest anger. On the other hand,
228 2, 127  regarding that which is greatest in ~those passions, but
229 2, 127  matters only that which is greatest ~presents any notable difficulty,
230 2, 127  deems himself worthy of the ~greatest things" (Ethic. iv, 3).
231 2, 127  as he tends ~to what is greatest, "but in the matter of becomingness,
232 2, 127  because he tends to the greatest things according to reason,
233 2, 127  hoping for or obtaining the greatest ~goods, wherein the mind
234 2, 129  itself a good thing, and the greatest of ~external goods: wherefore
235 2, 134  virtue?~(2) Whether it is the greatest of the virtues?~(3) Whether
236 2, 134  Whether patience is the greatest of the virtues?~Aquin.:
237 2, 134  seems that patience is the greatest of the virtues. For in ~
238 2, 134  which is perfect is the greatest. Now "patience hath a ~perfect
239 2, 134  Therefore patience is the greatest of the ~virtues.~Aquin.:
240 2, 134  Therefore ~patience is the greatest of the virtues.~Aquin.:
241 2, 134  Therefore patience is the greatest of the virtues.~Aquin.:
242 2, 134  Therefore patience is not the greatest ~of the virtues, but falls
243 2, 138  perseverance, is ~about the greatest dangers wherein one must
244 2, 139  virtue?~(8) Whether it is the greatest of virtues ?~Aquin.: SMT
245 2, 139  God. Now man stands in the greatest need of the ~fear of God
246 2, 139  daring with respect to the greatest evils ~whereby nature itself
247 2, 139  be about desires for the ~greatest pleasures. And since pleasure
248 2, 139  if a man can control the greatest pleasures, much more can
249 2, 139  temperance is about the greatest ~pleasures, which chiefly
250 2, 139  Whether temperance is the greatest of the virtues?~Aquin.:
251 2, 139  seem that temperance is the greatest of the virtues. For ~Ambrose
252 2, 139  Therefore temperance is the greatest of the virtues.~Aquin.:
253 2, 139  says (Rhet. i, 9) that the "greatest ~virtues are those which
254 2, 139  which reason ~we give the greatest honor to the brave and the
255 2, 146  sin?~(3) Whether it is the greatest of sins?~(4) Its species;~(
256 2, 146  Whether gluttony is the greatest of sins?~Aquin.: SMT SS
257 2, 146  seem that gluttony is the greatest of sins. For the ~grievousness
258 2, 146  the sin of gluttony is the greatest of all.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[
259 2, 146  Therefore gluttony ~is the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
260 2, 146  Therefore gluttony is the greatest of sins, at least ~excepting
261 2, 146  with Divine things are the ~greatest. From this point of view
262 2, 146  view gluttony is not the greatest sin, for ~it is about matters
263 2, 148  Therefore drunkenness is the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
264 2, 148  Therefore drunkenness is the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
265 2, 148  Therefore it is not the greatest of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS
266 2, 148  these sins are said to find greatest favor with the devil, not
267 2, 149  wherein we stand in the greatest need of strength of mind.~
268 2, 150  experienced in achieving the greatest ~bodily pleasure which is
269 2, 150  Whether virginity is the greatest of virtues?~Aquin.: SMT
270 2, 150  seem that virginity is the greatest of virtues. For ~Cyprian
271 2, 150  greater virtue. Now the ~greatest reward is due to virginity,
272 2, 150  Therefore virginity is the greatest of ~the virtues. ~Aquin.:
273 2, 150  Therefore virginity is the greatest of the virtues.~Aquin.:
274 2, 150  virginity is not simply the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
275 2, 150  virginity is simply the greatest of virtues, but ~only in
276 2, 151  than anything else work the greatest havoc in a ~man's mind,
277 2, 151  Wherefore there ~is the greatest necessity for observing
278 2, 152  sin?~(3) Whether it is the greatest of sins?~(4) Whether there
279 2, 152  sensuous pleasure. Now the greatest sensuous pleasure is in ~
280 2, 152  is in this way that the greatest sensual pleasure is in fornication. ~
281 2, 152  the unnatural vice is the greatest sin among the species of
282 2, 152  unnatural vice is not the greatest sin ~among the species of
283 2, 152  unnatural sin is not the greatest among the species of lust.~
284 2, 155  clemency and meekness are the greatest virtues?~Aquin.: SMT SS
285 2, 155  clemency and meekness are the greatest ~virtues. For virtue is
286 2, 155  Therefore meekness is the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
287 2, 155  meekness and clemency are the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
288 2, 155  which would ~seem to be the greatest of virtues: because a gloss
289 2, 155  meekness and clemency are the greatest virtues.~Aquin.: SMT SS
290 2, 155  certain virtues from being greatest, not ~indeed simply, nor
291 2, 155  meekness to be absolutely the greatest ~virtues, since they owe
292 2, 155  nearest to ~charity, the greatest of the virtues, since thereby
293 2, 155  concur with charity, the greatest of the virtues, towards ~
294 2, 159  Whether humility is the greatest of the virtues?~Aquin.:
295 2, 159  seem that humility is the greatest of the virtues. For ~Chrysostom,
296 2, 159  Therefore humility is the ~greatest of the virtues.~Aquin.:
297 2, 159  greater reward. Now the ~greatest reward is due to humility,
298 2, 159  Therefore humility is the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
299 2, 159  humility would seem to be the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
300 2, 159  Therefore humility is not ~the greatest of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT
301 2, 159  theological virtues are the greatest because they have the last
302 2, 160  pride is ~opposed is not the greatest of virtues, as stated above (
303 2, 160  iniquitously," ~says: "The greatest sin in man is pride."~Aquin.:
304 2, 160  reason for pride being the ~greatest of sins, because uplifting
305 2, 160  has no claim to be the greatest of sins, as neither has
306 2, 160  has humility to be ~the greatest of virtues. But it is the
307 2, 160  of virtues. But it is the greatest on the part of aversion, ~
308 2, 160  of ~wickedness is not the greatest of sins. But pride is the
309 2, 160  of sins. But pride is the greatest of sins ~as stated in the
310 2, 160  shall be cleansed from the greatest sin," says: "Namely ~from
311 2, 161  every genus is seemingly the greatest ~(Metaph. ii, 4 [*Ed. Diel.
312 2, 161  men. Therefore it was the greatest.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[
313 2, 161  their first sin was not the greatest of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT
314 2, 161  first must needs ~be the greatest. Such is not the order among
315 2, 161  that the first sin is ~the greatest.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[
316 2, 164  least of them even ~to the greatest, all study [Douay: 'are
317 2, 166  concerned with things of the ~greatest moment, according to Prov.
318 2, 169  Accordingly the prophet has the ~greatest certitude about those things
319 2, 172  4) Whether Moses was the greatest of the prophets?~(5) Whether
320 2, 172  1~Whether Moses was the greatest of the prophets?~Aquin.:
321 2, 172  seem that Moses was not the greatest of the prophets. ~For a
322 2, 172  Therefore Moses was not the greatest ~of all.~Aquin.: SMT SS
323 2, 172  Therefore Moses was not the greatest of the ~prophets.~Aquin.:
324 2, 172  yet Moses was simply the greatest of all. For, as ~stated
325 2, 172  above (A[4]), Moses was the greatest of the ~prophets, and yet
326 2, 178  14) that "the first and ~greatest contemplation is admiration
327 2, 179  least of them even to the greatest."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[181]
328 2, 182  simply, is paramount and greatest in comparison with other
329 2, 184  virtue ~which tempers the greatest pleasures. Now religion
330 2, 184  whereby he renounces the greatest ~bodily pleasures. the third
331 2, 187  has made, hasten with the greatest zeal and care to ~reach
332 3, 1  that He Who surpassed the greatest ~things should be contained
333 3, 1  man's pride, which is the greatest ~stumblingblock to our
334 3, 1  of union, which is the ~greatest grace. Therefore, if man
335 3, 2  of the two natures is the greatest union?~(10) Whether the
336 3, 2  natures in Christ is the greatest of all ~unions?~Aquin.:
337 3, 2  natures in Christ is not ~the greatest of all unions. For what
338 3, 2  speaking does not imply the greatest ~of all unions.~Aquin.:
339 3, 2  speak ~does not imply the greatest unity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[
340 3, 2  which nevertheless is the greatest union; and thus the ~union
341 3, 2  Incarnation implies the greatest unity. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[
342 3, 2  natures are ~united, is the greatest. But it has no preeminence
343 3, 5  OBJ 3: It pertains to the greatest glory of God to have raised
344 3, 7  hence ~Moses, who was the greatest of the prophets, as was
345 3, 7  creatures, ~receives the greatest outpouring of His grace.
346 3, 7  behooved Him ~to have the greatest grace; as fire which is
347 3, 7  possible excellence and in ~its greatest possible extension to all
348 3, 7  she had not grace in its greatest possible ~excellence  nor
349 3, 20  say that Christ is simply greatest, ~Lord, Ruler, whereas to
350 3, 30  of the Incarnation is the greatest of ~all things announced
351 3, 30  of human knowledge, the ~greatest certainty is in them, for
352 3, 46  which He endured was the greatest?~(7) Whether His entire
353 3, 46  suffering Christ was not the greatest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[
354 3, 46  Therefore it seems that the ~greatest pain did not exist in Christ.~
355 3, 46  Christ's pain was not the greatest of all.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[
356 3, 46  Christ's Passion was not the greatest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[
357 3, 46  superfluous to choose the greatest of all pains.~Aquin.: SMT
358 3, 46  Christ each of ~these was the greatest in this present life. This
359 3, 46  Christ's pain ~was the very greatest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[
360 3, 46  Christ accepted sadness, the greatest in absolute quantity, yet
361 3, 46  that Christ's pain was the greatest, we make no ~comparison
362 3, 46  Christ's Passion was the greatest, as shown ~above (A[6]);
363 3, 46  of fruition is also the ~greatest, as was laid down in the
364 3, 46  also shall ~be Christ's greatest exaltation.~Aquin.: SMT
365 3, 46  called CariathArbe: Adam the greatest in the ~land of [Vulg.: '
366 3, 48  by ~bestowing what was of greatest price  Himself  for us.
367 3, 65  Whether the Eucharist is the greatest of the sacraments?~Aquin.:
368 3, 65  Therefore it ~is not the greatest of the sacraments.~Aquin.:
369 3, 65  of the Eucharist is ~the greatest of all the sacraments: and
370 3, 65  necessity, Baptism is the greatest of the ~sacraments; while
371 3, 65  thus ~Baptism, being of the greatest necessity, is the greatest
372 3, 65  greatest necessity, is the greatest of the ~sacraments, just
373 3, 67  Baptism is a sacrament of the greatest necessity. Now in ~certain
374 3, 80  sacrament is one of our greatest gifts, since it ~contains
375 3, 80  De Lib. Arb. ii), the ~greatest gifts are those "which no
376 3, 80  1/1~Reply OBJ 3: By the greatest gifts Augustine understands
377 3, 80  are comprised," and so the greatest of all sins appears to be, ~
378 3, 80  others, yet it is not the greatest of all.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[
379 3, 80  taking this which is the greatest of the sacraments.~Aquin.:
380 3, 80  Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 6: The greatest devotion is called for at
381 3, 80  1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the greatest reverence is due to this
382 3, 80  part of the recipient the greatest reverence and caution are ~
383 3, 83  always be followed. But the greatest danger regarding this sacrament
384 Suppl, 3  Whether contrition is the greatest possible sorrow in the world?~(
385 Suppl, 3  Whether contrition is the greatest possible sorrow in the world?~
386 Suppl, 3  that contrition is not the greatest possible sorrow ~in the
387 Suppl, 3  Therefore contrition is not the greatest sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[
388 Suppl, 3  that contrition is not ~the greatest sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[
389 Suppl, 3  of ~contrition is not the greatest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[3] A[1]
390 Suppl, 3  contrition is based, is the greatest love. Therefore the sorrow
391 Suppl, 3  sorrow of ~contrition is the greatest sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[
392 Suppl, 3  sorrow, of ~necessity, the greatest, because the lower powers
393 Suppl, 3  Consequently, since this is the greatest hurt, ~inasmuch as it consists
394 Suppl, 3  consists in privation of the greatest good, the greatest ~of all
395 Suppl, 3  of the greatest good, the greatest ~of all punishments will
396 Suppl, 21 since this is one ~of the greatest of all goods, of which a
397 Suppl, 28 grave crime deserves the greatest ~confusion even in this
398 Suppl, 29 the dying, who are in the greatest danger, it seems that olive
399 Suppl, 36 is required to take the greatest care, in proportion to the
400 Suppl, 37 from their ~relation to the greatest of the sacraments, and consequently
401 Suppl, 38 Eucharist is in itself the greatest of the ~sacraments, it does
402 Suppl, 40 ancient Rome the first and ~greatest of bishops, and after him
403 Suppl, 43 it would ~be a proof of greatest fickleness if they contracted
404 Suppl, 44 wife by matrimony is the greatest of all joinings, since it
405 Suppl, 47 Reply OBJ 2: Sin is the greatest of evils, and consequently
406 Suppl, 59 Belial?']" Now there is the greatest ~concord between husband
407 Suppl, 65 But ~concupiscence is the greatest incentive to lust. Therefore
408 Suppl, 66 should be signalized by the greatest spirituality, ~both because
409 Suppl, 71 Further, Baptism is the greatest of the sacraments, especially
410 Suppl, 72 the ~resurrection with the greatest subtlety and efficacy.~Aquin.:
411 Suppl, 79 the blessed will be in its greatest ~perfection. Therefore all
412 Suppl, 80 of the sun, which is the ~greatest in nature. Accordingly if
413 Suppl, 80 it would follow that the greatest body ~would occupy the smallest
414 Suppl, 83 inconsistent to withdraw the greatest of ~punishments from those
415 Suppl, 83 unhappiness. Now ~death is the greatest of punishments, as the Philosopher
416 Suppl, 83 Although death is simply the greatest of punishments, yet ~nothing
417 Suppl, 83 painful simply, and the ~greatest of punishments, inasmuch
418 Suppl, 84 increase it, because the ~greatest sorrow is to have lost many
419 Suppl, 84 De Consol. ii) that "the greatest misfortune is to have been
420 Suppl, 87 wicked will know with the ~greatest certainty that Christ is
421 Suppl, 89 intellect understands the greatest things, it is all the more
422 Suppl, 89 things." Now God is the greatest of intelligible ~things.
423 Suppl, 92 marriage, there ~is the greatest gladness; and that this
424 Suppl, 93 virgin's aureole is the greatest?~(13) Whether one has the
425 Suppl, 93 the aureole which ~is the greatest reward is due to widows
426 Suppl, 93 dangers of death as being the greatest of all ~(Ethic. iii, 6).
427 Suppl, 93 obedience: wherefore the greatest perfection consists in the
428 Suppl, 93 abstain altogether from the greatest carnal ~pleasures, and to
429 Suppl, 93 virgin's aureole is the greatest of all?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[
430 Suppl, 93 virgin's aureole is the greatest of all. ~For it is said
431 Suppl, 93 martyr's aureole is the greatest. ~For Aymo, commenting on
432 Suppl, 93 it would seem that the greatest aureole is due to doctors. ~
433 Suppl, 93 the Church militant the greatest honor is due to doctors (
434 Suppl, 93 s aureole is simply the greatest of all: for which reason
435 Suppl, 94 the elements it has the greatest power ~of action. Hence
436 Suppl, 94 there will be ~of the very greatest heat, because its heat will
437 Suppl, 95 beasts are deterred from the ~greatest pleasures by fear of pain."~
438 Suppl, 95 Now "not to ~be" is the greatest evil, since it removes good
439 Suppl, 95 unhappiness, which is the ~greatest of evils, and thus it is
440 Suppl, 95 will be in a state of the greatest imperfection. ~Therefore
441 Appen1, 2 Purgatory surpasses the greatest pain of this life. For the
442 Appen1, 2 sensible parts cause the greatest pain. And, because all bodily
443 Appen1, 2 that the soul feels the ~greatest pain when a hurt is inflicted
444 Appen1, 2 by ~death, which is the greatest punishment of all, and not
