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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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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 ~stumbling-block 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 pre-eminence 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 Cariath-Arbe: 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


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