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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | all ~creatures the most excellent are those which are called 2 1, 6 | must be in Him ~in a most excellent way; and therefore He is 3 1, 12 | mind is not fixed on that excellent light unless purified by ~ 4 1, 12 | is not given to us a more excellent knowledge of God by ~grace.~ 5 1, 12 | according as many and more excellent of His ~effects are demonstrated 6 1, 12 | we have so much the more ~excellent intellectual knowledge, 7 1, 13 | in God," and in a ~more excellent and higher way. Hence it 8 1, 13 | these exist in Him in a more excellent way. ~Hence as regards what 9 1, 14 | contrary, Whatever is the more excellent must be attributed to ~God. 10 1, 14 | speculative knowledge is more excellent than practical ~knowledge, 11 1, 20 | Peter more, from his more excellent ~gift of charity; but John 12 1, 22 | just in a ~certain more excellent way than over the wicked; 13 1, 25 | Further, charity is a more excellent virtue than virginity. But ~ 14 1, 26 | things belong in a most excellent manner to God, ~namely, 15 1, 29 | creatures, but in a ~more excellent way; as other names also, 16 1, 45 | change is more ~perfect and excellent when the term "whereto" 17 1, 45 | change is more noble ~and excellent, although the term "wherefrom," 18 1, 45 | simply nobler and ~more excellent than alteration, because 19 1, 45 | creation ~is more perfect and excellent than generation and alteration, 20 1, 57 | Incarnation is the most excellent of all mysteries. But ~the 21 1, 57 | was revealed in a more excellent way to the angels. And ~ 22 1, 63 | formed - He who was the more excellent than the ~rest in nature, 23 1, 46 | change is more ~perfect and excellent when the term "whereto" 24 1, 46 | change is more noble ~and excellent, although the term "wherefrom," 25 1, 46 | simply nobler and ~more excellent than alteration, because 26 1, 46 | creation ~is more perfect and excellent than generation and alteration, 27 1, 58 | Incarnation is the most excellent of all mysteries. But ~the 28 1, 58 | was revealed in a more excellent way to the angels. And ~ 29 1, 64 | formed - He who was the more excellent than the ~rest in nature, 30 1, 77 | things, although in a more excellent and more ~universal manner; 31 1, 81 | other ends this is the most excellent: as also is the ~intellect 32 1, 83 | power operates in a more excellent manner those things which ~ 33 1, 83 | creatures exist ~in a more excellent way in the soul than in 34 1, 83 | intellectual soul is more excellent than corporeal ~primary 35 1, 83 | acts is in every way more excellent than that which it ~acts 36 1, 93 | phantasms, but ~by a far more excellent process, as we have said 37 1, 93 | Nevertheless he had a more excellent mode of knowledge ~regarding 38 1, 101 | was situated in the most excellent part of the ~earth. Now 39 1, 105 | though there are ~some excellent gifts, yet nothing is held 40 1, 107 | belongs to man in a more ~excellent way than to other animals.~ 41 1, 107 | And although these two excellent attributes include ~the 42 1, 107 | Seraphim," and in a more ~excellent way, as above explained.~ 43 1, 109 | same way, but in a more excellent way; for example, ~the intellect 44 1, 109 | sensible things in a more excellent way than sense ~knows them. 45 1, 109 | corporeal matter in a more excellent ~way than can corporeal 46 1, 114 | the cause is always more excellent than the ~effect. Likewise, 47 2, 2 | not that honor makes ~them excellent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[2] 48 2, 2 | he believes himself to be excellent or happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS 49 2, 2 | additional perfection is more excellent. Hence in the same passage ~ 50 2, 3 | also. For there is no more excellent operation in man than that 51 2, 3 | must needs be man's ~most excellent operation. But the love 52 2, 3 | of the ~will, is a more excellent operation than knowledge, 53 2, 9 | move and to act is more excellent than to be passive," ~as 54 2, 9 | sensitive appetite is ~less excellent than the will which is the 55 2, 9 | just as ~sense is less excellent than intellect. Therefore 56 2, 9 | itself, ~from being less excellent in a certain respect. Accordingly 57 2, 9 | the will is ~simply more excellent than the sensitive appetite: 58 2, 9 | sensitive appetite is more excellent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[2] 59 2, 22 | stated that when a more excellent ~thing is generated from 60 2, 22 | is generated from a less excellent, we have generation simply, 61 2, 22 | case, when ~from a more excellent thing, a less excellent 62 2, 22 | excellent thing, a less excellent is generated. In these ~ 63 2, 32 | imagine himself to be wise and excellent; ~since it belongs to wise 64 2, 37 | since ~reason is the most excellent thing in man. Moreover, 65 2, 47 | is evident that the ~more excellent a man is, the more unjust 66 2, 51 | principle, proceeds from a more excellent principle than ~is the habit 67 2, 51 | as the reason is a more excellent ~principle than the habit 68 2, 51 | first principles is a more ~excellent principle than the science 69 2, 57 | the liberal arts be more ~excellent, does it follow that the 70 2, 63 | These principles ~are more excellent than the virtues acquired 71 2, 63 | speculative principles is more excellent than the ~science of conclusions, 72 2, 63 | rectitude of the reason is more ~excellent than the rectification of 73 2, 64 | to the ~'best' and the 'excellent,'" viz. as to its conformity 74 2, 65 | virtues, they seem to be more ~excellent than even the infused moral 75 2, 66 | since a cause is always more excellent than its ~effect; and among 76 2, 66 | the cause are the most ~excellent. Now it is clear from what 77 2, 66 | Further, the end is more excellent than the means. But according ~ 78 2, 66 | Therefore moral virtue is more ~excellent than prudence, which is 79 2, 66 | rational by ~essence is more excellent than rational by participation. 80 2, 66 | simply, that ~virtue is more excellent, which has the more excellent 81 2, 66 | excellent, which has the more excellent object. Now it is ~evident 82 2, 66 | object of the reason is more excellent than the object ~of the 83 2, 66 | perfect the reason, are more excellent than the moral ~virtues, 84 2, 66 | above (Q[9], A[1]), is more excellent. And since ~virtue is so 85 2, 66 | intellectual ~virtues are more excellent habits, simply speaking.~ 86 2, 66 | proves that they are more ~excellent, not simply, but relatively. 87 2, 66 | referred to an end, are more ~excellent. The reason for this is 88 2, 66 | that "justice is the ~most excellent of the virtues."~Aquin.: 89 2, 66 | way justice is the most excellent of all the moral virtues, 90 2, 66 | Hence "justice is the ~most excellent of virtues" (Ethic. v, 1). 91 2, 66 | about the passions, the more excellent the matter in which the ~ 92 2, 66 | even as substance is more excellent simply ~than accident: and 93 2, 66 | particular accident is more ~excellent than substance in so far 94 2, 66 | it is ~more perfect and excellent through plucking up the 95 2, 66 | knowledge of principles is more excellent than knowledge ~of conclusions. 96 2, 66 | man, to love them is more excellent than to know ~them. Because 97 2, 66 | which is above man is more excellent in itself than in man: since 98 2, 67 | Because faith ~is more excellent than science. Now science 99 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 1: Faith is more excellent than science, on the part 100 2, 67 | human appetite in a more excellent ~manner than the moral virtues. 101 2, 68 | one, seems to be the ~most excellent gift.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] 102 2, 68 | inquiry. But judgment is more excellent than inquiry. ~Therefore 103 2, 68 | Therefore knowledge is a more excellent gift than counsel; and yet 104 2, 68 | reason. But reason is a more excellent power than the ~appetite. 105 2, 68 | Therefore knowledge is a more excellent gift than fortitude; ~and 106 2, 68 | enumeration begins with the more excellent gifts, here, with ~the lower 107 2, 68 | knowledge, and counsel are more excellent than piety, ~fortitude, 108 2, 68 | as though it ~were more excellent than the others. Because, 109 2, 68 | judgment, yet counsel is more excellent by reason of its matter: 110 2, 68 | to the reason are more ~excellent than the executive gifts, 111 2, 68 | Whether the virtues are more excellent than the gifts? ~Aquin.: 112 2, 68 | that the virtues are more excellent than the gifts. ~For Augustine 113 2, 68 | No gift ~of God is more excellent than this. It is this alone 114 2, 68 | Therefore a virtue is more ~excellent than the gifts of the Holy 115 2, 68 | naturally, seems to be more ~excellent. Now the virtues precede 116 2, 68 | Therefore the virtues are more excellent than the gifts.~Aquin.: 117 2, 68 | Therefore the virtues are more excellent ~than the gifts of the Holy 118 2, 68 | Therefore the ~gifts are more excellent than the virtues.~Aquin.: 119 2, 68 | intellectual virtues are more excellent than the moral virtues and ~ 120 2, 68 | theological virtues are more excellent than the ~gifts of the Holy 121 2, 68 | exalted the mover, the more excellent the disposition whereby 122 2, 69 | But the gifts are more ~excellent than the cardinal virtues, 123 2, 69 | and by a gift, in a more excellent way, ~so that he despises 124 2, 69 | and by a gift, in a ~more excellent manner, so that man, according 125 2, 70 | be something perfect and ~excellent. Hence all the beatitudes 126 2, 73 | sinner is held to be a more excellent ~person."~Aquin.: SMT FS 127 2, 73 | according as ~he is more excellent. Four reasons may be assigned 128 2, 73 | First, ~because a more excellent person, e.g. one who excels 129 2, 77 | sense of sight is the most excellent of all the senses, ~and 130 2, 80 | more ~spiritual, are more excellent than those which are in 131 2, 91 | providence in the ~most excellent way, in so far as it partakes 132 2, 98 | God giveth ~thee not this excellent land in possession for thy 133 2, 99 | the Divine law is more excellent than human law. Now, in ~ 134 2, 111 | that justice is the most excellent of the virtues," since by 135 2, 111 | shew unto you yet a more excellent way"; ~and as the sequel 136 2, 111 | virtue is ordained, the ~more excellent is the virtue. Now the end 137 2, 111 | that enlightens is more excellent than that of ~an object 138 2, 111 | needs not to be the more excellent, even as in fire, the heat, ~ 139 2, 7 | rational ~creature is more excellent than all transient and corporeal 140 2, 8 | understanding is something more excellent ~than the intellectual virtue 141 2, 8 | cognitive virtue is the more ~excellent, according to the greater 142 2, 9 | gift of knowledge is more excellent than acquired ~knowledge. 143 2, 22 | habit, since it is a more excellent thing than the soul ~itself: 144 2, 22 | whereas no accident is more excellent than its subject. Therefore ~ 145 2, 22 | Whether charity is the most excellent of the virtues?~Aquin.: 146 2, 22 | charity is not the most excellent of the ~virtues. Because 147 2, 22 | the intellect, is more ~excellent than charity which is in 148 2, 22 | another works seems the less ~excellent of the two, even as a servant, 149 2, 22 | Therefore faith is more excellent than charity.~Aquin.: SMT 150 2, 22 | Therefore hope is more excellent than charity.~Aquin.: SMT 151 2, 22 | object is God, are more excellent ~than the moral, or the 152 2, 22 | Him. Hence charity is more excellent than faith or ~hope, and, 153 2, 22 | attains reason, is more excellent than the other moral ~virtues, 154 2, 22 | beneath the soul are more excellent in the ~soul than they are 155 2, 22 | above the soul, are more excellent in themselves than they 156 2, 22 | Therefore charity is more ~excellent than faith.~Aquin.: SMT 157 2, 23 | show unto ~you yet a more excellent way."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 158 2, 23 | that charity is the most excellent of the virtues. Yet not 159 2, 23 | does not conduce to a more excellent charity, rather does it 160 2, 25 | father is principle in a more excellent way than the ~mother, because 161 2, 25 | the character of a more excellent good, ~secondly by reason 162 2, 25 | the character of a more excellent good, as ~stated above with 163 2, 27 | who ~love Him by His most excellent effect, according to 1 Jn. 164 2, 27 | from charity. One, the more excellent, is proper to charity; and 165 2, 30 | because the offering is more excellent, since ~it is a spiritual 166 2, 30 | because the spirit is more excellent ~than the body, wherefore, 167 2, 30 | spiritual acts ~are more excellent than corporal acts, which 168 2, 43 | the gift of wisdom is more excellent than the wisdom ~which is 169 2, 43 | wisdom as a gift is more excellent than wisdom as an ~intellectual 170 2, 45 | follows that prudence is ~more excellent than the moral virtues, 171 2, 45 | Further, faith is a more excellent virtue than prudence. But ~ 172 2, 45 | account of its object is more excellent than prudence, ~yet prudence, 173 2, 53 | sin. For ~prudence is more excellent than the other moral virtues, 174 2, 56 | nothing is adorned by a less excellent thing than ~itself. Now 175 2, 56 | Therefore magnanimity is more ~excellent than justice.~Aquin.: SMT 176 2, 56 | Therefore fortitude is more excellent than justice.~Aquin.: SMT 177 2, 56 | Ethic. v, 1) that "the most excellent of the ~virtues would seem 178 2, 56 | justice is in the more ~excellent part of the soul, viz. the 179 2, 77 | Now to do good is a more ~excellent part of justice, than to 180 2, 79 | thereto as to something more excellent; for the gifts ~are more 181 2, 79 | for the gifts ~are more excellent than the moral virtues, 182 2, 79 | reverence is something excellent. Now God's goodness is communicated 183 2, 79 | Therefore religion is not more excellent than the other moral virtues.~ 184 2, 82 | which we pay to ~certain excellent creatures; this belongs 185 2, 82 | the reverence due to an excellent creature that Nathan adored 186 2, 82 | the reverence due to an excellent creature Abraham adored 187 2, 86 | moral ~virtues. Now the more excellent the virtue the better and 188 2, 86 | Further, religion is a more excellent virtue than chastity. Now ~ 189 2, 89 | and preaching is a ~more excellent way than by singing. Wherefore 190 2, 99 | place, for He is supremely ~excellent, and is for us the first 191 2, 99 | government in a far ~more excellent manner than one's father 192 2, 101 | for the reward is more ~excellent than the merit. Therefore 193 2, 101 | point of his being more excellent than they, but also in ~ 194 2, 101 | honored has no need to be more excellent than those who ~honor him; 195 2, 101 | suffice for him to be more excellent than some others, ~or again 196 2, 101 | or again he may be more excellent than those who honor him 197 2, 115 | justice seems to be ~more excellent than liberality, although 198 2, 119 | Further, the gifts are more excellent than the virtues, above ~ 199 2, 119 | religion does, is more ~excellent than to pay worship to one' 200 2, 119 | God as Father is yet more ~excellent than to pay worship to God 201 2, 121 | person of a man is more excellent than his ~possessions. But 202 2, 122 | neither is fortitude more excellent than all virtues.~Aquin.: 203 2, 139 | Therefore temperance is a more excellent virtue than fortitude.~Aquin.: 204 2, 139 | and ~fortitude are more excellent virtues than temperance: 205 2, 139 | theological virtues are more excellent still.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 206 2, 140 | fortitude, which is a more excellent virtue ~than temperance, 207 2, 143 | besides virtue are ~more excellent than virtue, namely God 208 2, 150 | Whether virginity is more excellent than marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 209 2, 150 | that virginity is not more excellent than marriage. ~For Augustine 210 2, 150 | not a virgin has some more excellent virtue. Wherefore Augustine 211 2, 150 | and thus virginity is most excellent, namely in the ~genus of 212 2, 150 | Secondly, a thing may be most excellent simply, and in this way 213 2, 150 | virginity ~is not the most excellent of the virtues. Because 214 2, 153 | Further, the will is a more excellent power than the ~concupiscible. 215 2, 157 | clemency, but to a more excellent virtue, which the Philosopher ~( 216 2, 159 | the foundation in a more excellent way than humility.~Aquin.: 217 2, 160 | to God who is supremely excellent." ~Hence Augustine says ( 218 2, 160 | thing of oneself is more excellent than to have it of another. ~ 219 2, 172 | species;~(2) Whether the more excellent prophecy is that which is 220 2, 172 | imaginative ~vision is more excellent than that which is accompanied 221 2, 172 | imaginative vision is more excellent than that which is accompanied 222 2, 172 | kind of prophecy is more excellent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 223 2, 172 | Psalter that "the ~most excellent manner of prophecy is when 224 2, 172 | manifestation is, the more excellent the prophecy. But it is 225 2, 172 | intellectual vision, ~is more excellent than that in which a supernatural 226 2, 172 | prophecy is all the more excellent ~according as it needs it 227 2, 172 | of the blessed is ~more excellent than the knowledge of the 228 2, 172 | vision. ~And yet the more excellent prophecy is that which is 229 2, 172 | Propter quid"] proofs is more excellent ~than science based on indirect [*" 230 2, 172 | it comes through a more excellent medium. Now imaginary vision 231 2, 172 | would seem to be the more excellent, according ~as the signs 232 2, 172 | vision of Moses was more excellent as regards the ~knowledge 233 2, 172 | disciples in a much more excellent manner than in the prophets ~ 234 2, 172 | Godhead was made in a yet more excellent way than ~hitherto, because 235 2, 172 | state, however, the most excellent revelation was that which 236 2, 172 | worship of one God. A less ~excellent revelation was made to Isaac, 237 2, 172 | given to Moses was more ~excellent, and on this revelation 238 2, 174 | gift of tongues is more excellent than the grace of prophecy?~ 239 2, 174 | gift of tongues is more excellent than the ~grace of prophecy. 240 2, 174 | gift of ~tongues is more excellent than the gift of prophecy.~ 241 2, 174 | to God is seemingly more ~excellent than that whereby we are 242 2, 174 | gift of tongues is more excellent than the gift of prophecy.~ 243 2, 174 | tongues would seem to be more excellent than the ~gift of prophecy.~ 244 2, 174 | gift of tongues is more excellent than the gift of ~prophecy, 245 2, 174 | prophetic enlightenment is more excellent than the imaginary vision, 246 2, 174 | so also is prophecy more excellent than the ~gift of tongues 247 2, 174 | of things, which is more excellent than ~the knowledge of words, 248 2, 174 | his mind, ~which is more excellent than being directed to Him 249 2, 174 | interpretation of speeches is more excellent than the ~gift of tongues, 250 2, 175 | sometimes works in a more ~excellent way those things which nature 251 2, 180 | the active life is more excellent than the contemplative?~ 252 2, 180 | the active life is more excellent than the ~contemplative. 253 2, 180 | the active life is more ~excellent than the contemplative.~ 254 2, 180 | the active life is more excellent than the contemplative.~ 255 2, 180 | the active life is more excellent ~than the contemplative.~ 256 2, 180 | contemplative life is more excellent ~than the active.~Aquin.: 257 2, 180 | certain things being more excellent in ~themselves, whereas 258 2, 180 | contemplative life is simply more ~excellent than the active: and the 259 2, 182 | contemplative ~life, which is more excellent than the active life to 260 2, 182 | anyone to pass from a more ~excellent to a less excellent state; 261 2, 182 | more ~excellent to a less excellent state; for this would be 262 2, 182 | the agent is ~ever more excellent than the patient." Now in 263 2, 182 | state of perfection is more ~excellent in bishops than in religious.~ 264 2, 182 | the ~latter will be more excellent than the former in state, 265 2, 182 | the former in state, less excellent in ~office, and equal in 266 2, 183 | contemplative ~life is more excellent than the active, and the 267 2, 183 | showing himself to be more ~excellent than others in both knowledge 268 2, 184 | more worthy is itself ~more excellent. Therefore the vow of continence 269 2, 184 | vow of continence is more excellent than ~the vow of obedience.~ 270 2, 186 | contemplative life ~is more excellent than one that is directed 271 2, 186 | contemplative life is ~more excellent than on that is given to 272 2, 186 | contemplative life is not more excellent than one which is given 273 2, 186 | the active life are more excellent than those which are directed 274 2, 186 | this ~kind are the most excellent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 275 2, 186 | religious order is, the more ~excellent it is. But there is no reason 276 2, 186 | Therefore they are more ~excellent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 277 2, 186 | cannot be said to be more excellent ~than another save in respect 278 2, 186 | that is absolutely more excellent either because it ~is a 279 2, 186 | And this work is ~more excellent than simple contemplation. 280 2, 186 | the like, which are less excellent than ~the works of contemplation, 281 2, 186 | religious ~order is not more excellent through having stricter 282 2, 186 | vow of obedience is more excellent than the other ~religious 283 3, 10 | reason ~of a certain most excellent knowledge above the rest 284 3, 11 | soul of Christ was ~more excellent than the knowledge of the 285 3, 11 | of Christ, is much more excellent ~than the light which pertains 286 3, 11 | not simply better or more excellent than the soul of Christ; ~ 287 3, 12 | other things by the most excellent ~force of His reason, in 288 3, 19 | thing of oneself is more excellent than ~to have it from another, 289 3, 19 | a cause is always more ~excellent than what is a cause through 290 3, 22 | He hath inherited a more excellent name ~than they." Therefore 291 3, 22 | though the latter were a more excellent priest, but because he ~ 292 3, 27 | form; and this is the more ~excellent, for the heat that proceeds 293 3, 30 | intellectual vision is ~more excellent than bodily vision," as 294 3, 30 | have appeared in the most excellent kind of vision. Therefore 295 3, 30 | that prophecy ~is more excellent if accompanied by intellectual 296 3, 30 | Wherefore this was a more excellent vision. Yet it would have 297 3, 30 | it would have been more ~excellent if she had perceived the 298 3, 30 | his sleep, did not have so excellent a vision as the Blessed 299 3, 38 | was ~baptized, was more excellent than that of Christ, with 300 3, 42 | who ascribe ~to Him most excellent, but merely human, wisdom. 301 3, 42 | His dignity: for the more ~excellent the teacher, the more excellent 302 3, 42 | excellent the teacher, the more excellent should be his manner of ~ 303 3, 42 | that Christ, as the most excellent ~of teachers, should adopt 304 3, 46 | the angelic nature is more excellent than the human, as ~appears 305 3, 47 | Further, charity is a more excellent virtue than obedience. But ~ 306 3, 53 | power of the head is more excellent than that of the ~members. 307 3, 62 | since ~"the agent is more excellent than the patient," as Augustine 308 3, 62 | seems unbecoming that so excellent a being created by God should 309 3, 66 | Baptism of Blood is the most excellent of these?~Aquin.: SMT TP 310 3, 66 | of Blood is not the most excellent of ~these three. For the 311 3, 66 | Baptism of Blood is not more ~excellent than the Baptism of Water.~ 312 3, 66 | of Blood ~is not the most excellent.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 313 3, 66 | Baptism of the Spirit is more ~excellent than the Baptism of Blood. 314 3, 66 | of Blood is ~not the most excellent.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 315 3, 66 | Baptism of Blood is more excellent, considering the nature ~ 316 3, 83 | the New Law is much more excellent than ~the sacrifice of the 317 3, 86 | certain other virtues are more excellent than penance. ~But the forgiveness 318 Suppl, 11| it, is stronger ~and more excellent than the knowledge whereby 319 Suppl, 29| of the New Law are more excellent than ~those of the Old Law. 320 Suppl, 29| applies the matter is more ~excellent than that which prepares 321 Suppl, 31| Further, Baptism is a more excellent sacrament than the one of ~ 322 Suppl, 32| OBJ 2: Further, the more excellent a remedy is, the more generally ~ 323 Suppl, 32| Now this sacrament is more excellent than bodily ~medicine. Since 324 Suppl, 35| any kind of ~goodness but excellent goodness, in order that 325 Suppl, 37| the work of the ~priest; excellent perfection, such as the 326 Suppl, 37| the bishop; while the most excellent perfection ~is the work 327 Suppl, 49| essential or because it is more ~excellent. If the reason is because 328 Suppl, 49| reason is because it is more excellent, then ~"sacrament" is in 329 Suppl, 49| perfection ~of grace is more excellent than a perfection of nature. 330 Suppl, 49| grace, although it is more ~excellent to be in grace.~Aquin.: 331 Suppl, 53| God, which is much more excellent than a material marriage. ~ 332 Suppl, 56| Further, sacraments are more excellent than sacramentals. Now ~ 333 Suppl, 57| For spiritual care is more excellent ~than corporeal care. But 334 Suppl, 58| contracted in Baptism is more excellent than ~carnal marriage. But 335 Suppl, 70| the agent is ~always more excellent than the patient." But it 336 Suppl, 70| for any ~body to be more excellent than the separated soul. 337 Suppl, 70| the soul is simply more excellent than the fire, ~the fire 338 Suppl, 70| fire is relatively more excellent than the soul, in so far, 339 Suppl, 88| harmony of the parts is more excellent than the good of any individual ~ 340 Suppl, 92| the dowries in the most excellent degree, considered as to 341 Suppl, 93| it corresponds to a more ~excellent act, more excellent not 342 Suppl, 93| more ~excellent act, more excellent not in intensity of merit 343 Suppl, 93| corresponds to merit, a more excellent reward must needs correspond 344 Suppl, 93| correspond to ~this more excellent way of meriting: and it 345 Suppl, 93| Wherefore it is not the ~more excellent essential reward that is 346 Suppl, 93| arising from charity is more excellent than that ~which arises 347 Suppl, 93| charity ~directs us is more excellent than the things directed 348 Suppl, 93| there are ~virtues more excellent than faith, such as justice, 349 Suppl, 93| due as the reward of ~most excellent merits. Therefore it is 350 Suppl, 93| nevertheless something more excellent than any aureole.~Aquin.: 351 Suppl, 93| incorruption of the spirit is more excellent than ~incorruption of the 352 Suppl, 93| for any reward given ~for excellent merit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 353 Suppl, 93| Therefore virgins have the most ~excellent aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP 354 Suppl, 93| aureoles from being more excellent in some ~particular way. 355 Suppl, 93| one ~aureole being more excellent than another, even as one


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