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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excellence

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1 1, 4 | Commentator, ~Metaph. v) any excellence which may be found in any 2 1, 8 | above all things by the excellence of His nature; ~nevertheless, 3 1, 8 | He ~is above all by the excellence of His own nature.~Aquin.: 4 1, 12 | it does not possess the ~excellence which is in God.~Aquin.: 5 1, 12 | nevertheless ~obtained a certain excellence by the knowledge conferred 6 1, 13 | principle, and also by way ~of excellence and remotion. In this way 7 1, 13 | some idea of ~causality, or excellence, or remotion (Q[12], A[12]). 8 1, 20 | Nor did anything of His ~excellence diminish when God delivered 9 1, 22 | corruptible, on account of the excellence of the ~intellect which 10 1, 29 | nature, by reason of the excellence of that nature.~Aquin.: 11 1, 55 | that, on account of ~its excellence, many things can be known 12 1, 62 | their nature possess the ~excellence they have." Therefore the 13 1, 63 | as he ~coveted a singular excellence, which would cease to be 14 1, 63 | singular because ~of the excellence of some other. So, after 15 1, 63 | and also over the Divine excellence, according as against the ~ 16 1, 63 | and the motive of pride is excellence, which ~was greater in the 17 1, 63 | A[2]). But pride seeks excellence. Now it is more contrary 18 1, 63 | it is more contrary to ~excellence for anyone to be subject 19 1, 64 | darkness in comparison with the excellence ~of the Divine light; and 20 1, 64 | longer endures, namely, excellence. Therefore the demon is 21 1, 56 | that, on account of ~its excellence, many things can be known 22 1, 63 | their nature possess the ~excellence they have." Therefore the 23 1, 64 | as he ~coveted a singular excellence, which would cease to be 24 1, 64 | singular because ~of the excellence of some other. So, after 25 1, 64 | and also over the Divine excellence, according as against the ~ 26 1, 64 | and the motive of pride is excellence, which ~was greater in the 27 1, 64 | A[2]). But pride seeks excellence. Now it is more contrary 28 1, 64 | it is more contrary to ~excellence for anyone to be subject 29 1, 65 | darkness in comparison with the excellence ~of the Divine light; and 30 1, 65 | longer endures, namely, excellence. Therefore the demon is 31 1, 77 | powers in man owe their ~excellence not to that which is proper 32 1, 87 | corrupted by ~their very excellence. But the intellect is not 33 1, 90 | movement than man, since this ~excellence of speed is inconsistent 34 1, 92 | ad lit. vi, 12): "Man's excellence ~consists in the fact that 35 1, 93 | reason of its surpassing ~excellence. Therefore the soul of the 36 1, 93 | it was on account of this excellence of knowledge that ~Gregory 37 1, 93 | object fell ~short of the excellence of separate substances. 38 1, 104 | not on account of the ~excellence of the thing wherein it 39 1, 106 | or by admiring the Divine excellence which he ~can never comprehend; 40 1, 107 | superior angels enjoy a certain excellence, as regards this ~manifestation, 41 1, 107 | order of angels possess no excellence above the common manifestation; 42 1, 107 | Secondly, as meaning a certain excellence of strength; and ~thus it 43 1, 107 | the "Cherubim" have the excellence of knowledge and the "Seraphim" 44 1, 107 | and the "Seraphim" the ~excellence of ardor. And although these 45 1, 107 | in ~all things that the excellence of the inferior is contained 46 1, 107 | in what is ~the supreme excellence of all, in being united 47 1, 111 | order that He might show the excellence of the new over the old 48 2, 2 | and to persons of great ~excellence seems especially to be happiness, 49 2, 2 | a man on account of some excellence in him; and ~consequently 50 2, 2 | sign and attestation of the excellence that is in ~the person honored. 51 2, 2 | person honored. Now a man's excellence is in proportion, especially ~ 52 2, 2 | and to persons of great excellence as a ~sign of attestation 53 2, 2 | sign of attestation of excellence already existing: not that 54 2, 16 | that precedes them, greater excellence ~is required on the part 55 2, 32 | they deprive him of his own excellence or profits, which he seeks ~ 56 2, 32 | presiding pertain ~to the excellence of a man's own good: because 57 2, 32 | man an idea ~of his own excellence. Another reason is that 58 2, 45 | i.e. in so far as some excellence attaches thereto, real or 59 2, 47 | slight is opposed to a man's excellence: ~because "men think little 60 2, 47 | we seek for some kind of excellence from all our goods. ~Consequently 61 2, 47 | it is ~derogatory to our excellence, seems to savor of a slight.~ 62 2, 47 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man's excellence is the cause of his being 63 2, 47 | would seem that a man's excellence is not the cause of his ~ 64 2, 47 | Therefore defect rather than excellence makes one ~prone to anger.~ 65 2, 47 | Therefore defect rather ~than excellence is a cause of a man being 66 2, 47 | Further, whatever savors of excellence makes a man agreeable and ~ 67 2, 47 | well-founded ~hope." Therefore excellence is not a cause of anger.~ 68 2, 47 | says (Rhet. ii, 9) that excellence ~makes men prone to anger.~ 69 2, 47 | motive of anger: and thus excellence ~is the cause of a man being 70 2, 48 | from a hurt done to the excellence that he loves, he feels 71 2, 48 | that savor of manliness and excellence, such as matters of ~vengeance, 72 2, 66 | called principal ~virtues, in excellence also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] 73 2, 68 | consideration of the ~Divine excellence, which wisdom considers.~ 74 2, 68 | 1/1~I answer that, The excellence of the gifts can be measured 75 2, 68 | matter. If we consider the excellence of the gifts simply, they 76 2, 68 | matters. ~Consequently the excellence of the gifts corresponds 77 2, 68 | preference to the others, their excellence is considered ~simply, while, 78 2, 69 | riches and honors, a certain excellence and ~abundance, both of 79 2, 69 | whereby ~man attains to excellence and abundance of good things 80 2, 72 | is thus that pride seeks excellence in ~reference to various 81 2, 73 | Whether it depends on the excellence of the virtue to which it 82 2, 73 | aggravated by reason of the excellence of the person ~sinning?~ 83 2, 73 | virtue surpasses another in excellence according to its ~species; 84 2, 73 | gravity of sins depends on the excellence of the virtues to ~which 85 2, 73 | not vary according to ~the excellence of the virtues to which 86 2, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the excellence of the person sinning aggravates 87 2, 73 | It would seem that the excellence of the person sinning does 88 2, 73 | is not aggravated by the excellence of the person sinning.~Aquin.: 89 2, 73 | is not aggravated by the excellence of the ~person sinning.~ 90 2, 73 | aggravated by reason of the excellence of the ~person sinning.~ 91 2, 73 | and in this respect any excellence, even in ~temporal goods, 92 2, 73 | specially inconsistent with the excellence of the person sinning: for ~ 93 2, 73 | severely, because their excellence conduces to the gravity 94 2, 74 | us, they have a ~certain excellence through being united to 95 2, 74 | by reason ~of a certain excellence consisting in its natural 96 2, 77 | the inordinate appetite of excellence, as we shall ~state further 97 2, 84 | have some ~perfection and excellence. Therefore, from this point 98 2, 84 | desires ~inordinately his own excellence in temporal things. Wherefore, 99 2, 84 | being apprehended, viz. the excellence of honor and ~praise, and 100 2, 84 | good, to ~which belongs excellence or renown, which is desired 101 2, 84 | hindrance to ~one's own excellence, while if it be with recrimination 102 2, 89 | mortal by reason of the ~excellence of the original state. We 103 2, 89 | of the sinner. ~Because excellence of the person of the person 104 2, 98 | Hebrews (1:2) proves the excellence of the New Law over the 105 2, 98 | of God, the greater their excellence over other peoples. Hence 106 2, 101 | account of its surpassing excellence; and for ~subjugating men' 107 2, 102 | remind men of the Divine excellence; or point out the ~disposition 108 2, 102 | others in ~some point of excellence. Hence too it is customary 109 2, 102 | things relating to the ~excellence of Christ's Divine or human 110 2, 112 | Who by reason of His very ~excellence is unknown to us, according 111 2, 114 | reward him according to the ~excellence of his power.~Aquin.: SMT 112 2, 7 | for example the Divine excellence, then reverential fear follows, 113 2, 8 | appetite without indicating any excellence; whereas "understanding" 114 2, 8 | understanding" denotes a certain ~excellence of a knowledge that penetrates 115 2, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The excellence of the gift of understanding 116 2, 22 | said on account of the ~excellence of charity.~Aquin.: SMT 117 2, 22 | intellectual subject, so that the excellence of ~the intellectual operation 118 2, 22 | its term, wherefore the excellence of the appetitive operation ~ 119 2, 23 | greater number or of greater excellence, but ~also on the intensity 120 2, 34 | of one's own good name or excellence. ~It is in this way that 121 2, 43 | sensual wisdom," if ~in some excellence, it is called "devilish 122 2, 53 | profit and sets little by excellence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 123 2, 70 | since honor results from excellence, one person ~dishonors another, 124 2, 70 | by depriving him of the excellence for which he ~is honored. 125 2, 70 | due to him for any kind of excellence. This is done by "upbraiding" ~ 126 2, 75 | also ~on account of the excellence and purity of their substance. 127 2, 79 | for ~worship regards the excellence of God, to Whom reverence 128 2, 79 | bears witness to the ~Divine excellence and to his own subjection 129 2, 79 | someone under the aspect of excellence: and to God a singular ~ 130 2, 79 | and to God a singular ~excellence is competent, since He infinitely 131 2, 79 | to ~the creature, but the excellence of His goodness is not. 132 2, 81 | Our Father"; and ~of His excellence, whereby He is able to fulfil 133 2, 81 | receive an ~overflow of the excellence of the higher, even as the 134 2, 82 | to God on account of His excellence, which ~is communicated 135 2, 82 | offered ~to creatures of excellence, and among these tokens 136 2, 82 | OBJ 3: Since there is one excellence of the three Divine Persons, ~ 137 2, 92 | order that ~belief in the excellence of angels and saints may 138 2, 92 | failing to consider His excellence men gave ~divine worship 139 2, 95 | presumes to ~tempt one of whose excellence he is sure. Hence it is 140 2, 95 | should doubt the divine excellence ~than that one should hold 141 2, 95 | contrary to the divine ~excellence, than if he expresses a 142 2, 95 | expresses a doubt of the divine excellence, ~as stated above (A[2]). 143 2, 95 | essentially to the divine excellence that it is ~singular and 144 2, 95 | thing opposed to the divine excellence. ~There is no comparison 145 2, 99 | according to their various excellence and the various benefits 146 2, 99 | to God as the summit of excellence and causality, as ~Dionysius 147 2, 99 | i): wherefore, by way of excellence, piety ~designates the worship 148 2, 99 | even as God, by way of excellence, is ~called "Our Father."~ 149 2, 99 | is called "Our Father" by excellence. Now just as we ~worship 150 2, 100 | called ~observance by way of excellence, although observance properly 151 2, 100 | others, but merely a ~certain excellence in himself. Wherefore a 152 2, 100 | anyone on account ~of any excellence whatever belongs to the 153 2, 100 | every mover has a ~certain excellence and power over that which 154 2, 100 | in so far as he obtains excellence of position, together with 155 2, 100 | government. In respect of his excellence there is due to him honor, 156 2, 100 | recognition of some kind of excellence; and in respect of the ~ 157 2, 100 | OBJ 3: Honor is due to the excellence of persons in positions 158 2, 100 | religion in the order of ~excellence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 159 2, 101 | witnessing to a person's excellence. ~Therefore men who wish 160 2, 101 | seek a witnessing to their ~excellence, according to the Philosopher ( 161 2, 101 | acknowledges either God's ~excellence or another man's excellence 162 2, 101 | excellence or another man's excellence before God. But, as regards 163 2, 101 | one proclaims another's excellence by word of mouth, or by 164 2, 101 | goodness. Now a person's ~excellence may be considered, not only 165 2, 101 | person, on account of some excellence or superiority.~Aquin.: 166 2, 101 | superior is honored for the excellence, not of his ~virtue but 167 2, 101 | but on account of some ~excellence of their virtue: and in 168 2, 101 | is called piety by way of excellence, ~inasmuch as God is our 169 2, 101 | is our Father by way of excellence, so again latria is ~called 170 2, 101 | called dulia by way of excellence, inasmuch as God is our 171 2, 101 | God is our Lord by way of ~excellence. Now the creature does not 172 2, 101 | account of ~any kind of excellence, and thus it comprises piety 173 2, 102 | to their actions ~by the excellence of the natural power bestowed 174 2, 102 | the various aspects of ~excellence. Obedience, on the other 175 2, 103 | Vainglory desires display of excellence. And since it seems ~to 176 2, 103 | seems ~to point to a certain excellence that one be not subject 177 2, 110 | makes a show of his own excellence. Thus it is ~written (Esther 178 2, 111 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Excellence is twofold: one is in temporal, 179 2, 111 | a show of some spiritual excellence. Thus our ~Lord said of 180 2, 115 | Thus ~it derives a certain excellence from being useful in many 181 2, 116 | objects (thus pride is about excellence), and purely carnal ~sins, 182 2, 122 | act, whence it derives no excellence over all other ~virtuous 183 2, 127 | things that involve a certain excellence, and ~shuns those that imply 184 2, 127 | defect. Now it savors of excellence that a man is ~beneficent, 185 2, 127 | they are contrary to his excellence or greatness.~Aquin.: SMT 186 2, 127 | for it is also a point of excellence in a man that he should 187 2, 129 | person in witness of his excellence. Now two things ~have to 188 2, 129 | others bear witness to his excellence, as this enables him ~to 189 2, 129 | desires recognition of an excellence which he has not: this is 190 2, 129 | on ~account of a certain excellence of their estate: and accordingly ~ 191 2, 130 | vainglory, desires the ~excellence which belongs to God alone. 192 2, 130 | denotes inordinate desire of excellence. But whatever good one may ~ 193 2, 130 | a certain perfection and excellence therefrom: ~wherefore the 194 2, 130 | sight of man he acquires excellence in human ~things. Hence 195 2, 130 | its close connection with excellence, which ~men desire above 196 2, 130 | manifestation of one's own excellence, as stated ~above (AA[1], 197 2, 130 | strives to make known his excellence by showing that he ~is not 198 2, 136 | to make a show of his own excellence: ~wherefore this is the 199 2, 138 | except by reason of a certain excellence of greatness which ~they 200 2, 138 | Now things pertaining to ~excellence come under the counsels 201 2, 139 | secondly in a sense ~of excellence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 202 2, 139 | to temperance by way of excellence, although it is a common ~ 203 2, 139 | to temperance, by way of excellence, for two reasons. First, 204 2, 139 | not ~on account of the excellence of the good proper to temperance, 205 2, 139 | difficult and the good, the ~excellence of a virtue is considered 206 2, 139 | many conduces ~more to the excellence of goodness than that which 207 2, 140 | is in keeping with man's excellence in so far as ~his nature 208 2, 140 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The excellence of fortitude in comparison 209 2, 140 | glory. Now ~honor is due to excellence, as stated above (Q[103], 210 2, 140 | most repugnant to human ~excellence, since it is about pleasures 211 2, 142 | yet it regards a certain excellence: and the ~same applies to 212 2, 142 | attestation to someone's excellence, especially the excellence 213 2, 142 | excellence, especially the excellence which is ~according to virtue, 214 2, 143 | A[2], ad 2), is due to ~excellence: and the excellence of a 215 2, 143 | to ~excellence: and the excellence of a man is gauged chiefly 216 2, 143 | attestation to someone's excellence, as stated above ~(Q[103], 217 2, 143 | OBJ 4: It is because the excellence of wealth is commonly regarded ~ 218 2, 143 | honest as ~having a certain excellence deserving of honor on account 219 2, 150 | is a virtue?~(4) Of its excellence in comparison with marriage;~( 220 2, 150 | with marriage;~(5) Of its excellence in comparison with the other 221 2, 150 | through having a special excellence, there is a special ~kind 222 2, 150 | venereal pleasure has an excellence of its own ~deserving of 223 2, 150 | unlawful pleasures: hence no excellence attaches to it ~above that 224 2, 155 | having a certain ~restricted excellence among the virtues which 225 2, 156 | which is attractive by ~its excellence, as stated above (A[4]). [* 226 2, 158 | of the ~mind towards some excellence, and this is moderated by " 227 2, 159 | it would seem to ~aim at excellence of glory. Sometimes, however, 228 2, 159 | inordinately at one's own excellence. This is done in three ways. ~ 229 2, 159 | which seeks, not outward excellence, but ~outward abasement, 230 2, 160 | pride is love of one's own ~excellence, whereby one is likened 231 2, 160 | pride is ~the appetite for excellence in excess of right reason. 232 2, 160 | inordinate desire of one's own excellence, as ~stated (A[1], ad 2). 233 2, 160 | pride which is ~one's own excellence, to which may be directed 234 2, 160 | everything else pertaining to excellence. Hence ~it does not follow 235 2, 160 | inordinate love of one's ~excellence, and excellence may be found 236 2, 160 | of one's ~excellence, and excellence may be found in various 237 2, 160 | Pride is love of one's own excellence." But love is not in the ~ 238 2, 160 | the desire of ~one's own excellence, as stated above (AA[1], 239 2, 160 | delighting in ~their own excellence, disdain the excellence 240 2, 160 | excellence, disdain the excellence of truth; thus Gregory says ~( 241 2, 160 | inordinate desire for his own ~excellence, since a man is ready to 242 2, 160 | to be "love of one's own excellence," inasmuch ~as love makes 243 2, 160 | immoderate ~desire of one's own excellence, a desire, to wit, that 244 2, 160 | must be observed that all excellence results ~from a good possessed. 245 2, 160 | one ~has, the greater the excellence that one derives from it. 246 2, 160 | appetite tends to his own excellence in a measure exceeding his ~ 247 2, 160 | is borne towards his ~own excellence immoderately. Now one is 248 2, 160 | as a man obtains greater excellence through possessing some 249 2, 160 | inordinately towards his own excellence: and thus we have the ~fourth 250 2, 160 | inordinate desire of one's ~own excellence, to boast of one's goods 251 2, 160 | s neighbor, because the excellence which, by pride, ~one desires 252 2, 160 | vainglory, since both ~covet excellence. Now vainglory is reckoned 253 2, 160 | thereof: for pride covets excellence inordinately: while vainglory 254 2, 160 | covets ~the outward show of excellence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 255 2, 161 | inordinately ~was his own excellence; and consequently his disobedience 256 2, 161 | their inordinate desire for excellence. Hence the serpent began 257 2, 167 | glory, but to indicate the excellence of ~their office or of the 258 2, 172 | 1/2~I answer that, The excellence of the means is measured 259 2, 172 | called ~the prophet by way of excellence." Therefore Moses was not 260 2, 174 | ad 1), it belongs to the ~excellence of prophecy that a man is 261 2, 176 | but ~on account of some excellence they receive the name of " 262 2, 178 | perfect, on account of the excellence of that which is contemplated. ~ 263 2, 180 | is of greater import or excellence?~(2) Which of them has the 264 2, 182 | This very fact shows the excellence of the religious life. When 265 2, 184 | is applicable by way of excellence. Thus the name of "fortitude" 266 2, 184 | honor is given to their excellence especially by the common ~ 267 2, 184 | acknowledge none but outward excellence. Therefore since ~religious 268 2, 184 | that is given to ~outward excellence, by the very fact that they 269 2, 186 | Reggio, he has the same excellence, the ~same priesthood." 270 2, 186 | needs, in proportion to the ~excellence of spiritual over corporal 271 2, 186 | therefrom, it ~follows that the excellence of one religious order over 272 2, 186 | the end be the same, the excellence of one religious order over 273 2, 187 | perfect ~religious life, which excellence depends, as stated above ( 274 3, 7 | in its highest possible excellence and in ~its greatest possible 275 3, 7 | in its greatest possible ~excellence - nor for all the effects 276 3, 19 | manifestation of Christ's excellence is a good, not ~of Christ 277 3, 19 | pertained to His outward excellence, as His ~Ascension, veneration, 278 3, 19 | manifestation of Christ's excellence is His good as ~regards 279 3, 22 | priesthood of Christ. Now the excellence of Christ's over ~the Levitical 280 3, 22 | Melchisedech," on account of the ~excellence of the true priesthood over 281 3, 22 | because he ~foreshadowed the excellence of Christ's over the Levitical 282 3, 22 | effect thereof, wherein the excellence of Christ's priesthood ~ 283 3, 25 | veneration on account of the excellence of its ~wisdom and grace. 284 3, 25 | person honored has a ~certain excellence. for honor is reverence 285 3, 25 | something on account ~of its excellence, as stated in the SS, Q[ 286 3, 25 | by reason of a ~certain excellence on her part. This is what 287 3, 30 | astonishing than to hear ~its own excellence. Now, wonder is most effective 288 3, 42 | admitted, on account of the ~excellence of their faith and devotedness.~ 289 3, 42 | were teachers of great ~excellence, were unwilling to write 290 3, 42 | Secondly, on account of the excellence of Christ's doctrine, which ~ 291 3, 45 | being revealed surpasses in excellence the sense and faculty of 292 3, 47 | His Nature, but from the excellence of His ~singular grace.~ 293 3, 53 | Accordingly, to show forth the excellence of Christ's power, it ~was 294 3, 58 | as is thereby denoted the excellence of beatitude and His ~judiciary 295 3, 58 | Zebedee sought ~for higher excellence in sharing His judiciary 296 3, 64 | ministry in chief, or power of "excellence." ~And this consists in 297 3, 64 | secondly, Christ's power of excellence over ~the sacraments consists 298 3, 64 | institution, hence, thirdly, the excellence of Christ's power ~consists 299 3, 64 | conversely, it belongs to the excellence of Christ's power, that 300 3, 64 | other was the power ~of "excellence," which belongs to Him as 301 3, 64 | to ministers His power of excellence, but for the good of ~the 302 3, 64 | the same time the power of excellence can be ~called authority 303 3, 64 | ministers His ~power of excellence. If, however, He had done 304 3, 65 | Confirmation have a certain excellence ~considered in their administration; 305 3, 72 | belongs to ~the power of excellence, which belongs to Christ 306 3, 72 | conferred only by a minister of excellence, as we shall state later 307 3, 72 | order to confer a certain excellence, as stated ~above (A[11], 308 3, 72 | for that which belongs to ~excellence. Therefore this sacrament 309 3, 72 | order to confer a certain ~excellence, not indeed, like the sacrament 310 3, 73 | this one on account of its excellence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 311 3, 78 | Christ, Who had power of excellence in the sacraments, performed 312 3, 82 | this belongs to Christ's excellence, Whom, as the true God, ~ 313 3, 84 | which denotes that the excellence of the power which ~operates 314 3, 84 | wherein is bestowed a certain ~excellence of power over the Divine 315 3, 84 | was due to His power of "excellence," which He alone ~had, as 316 3, 84 | in ~order to commend the excellence of that sacrament, and because 317 3, 85 | established, on account of the ~excellence of one, as between father 318 Suppl, 6 | Christ has the power of excellence in the sacraments; so that 319 Suppl, 6 | belongs to the power of excellence, which belongs to ~Christ 320 Suppl, 17| that He has the keys of "excellence." And since "the sacraments 321 Suppl, 18| Christ had the power of "excellence" in the sacraments, so ~ 322 Suppl, 19| Further, Christ had power of "excellence" in the sacraments, so ~ 323 Suppl, 19| said to have the key of "excellence."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 324 Suppl, 19| is merely a sign that the excellence of their power comes ~down 325 Suppl, 19| Christ, and this requires excellence of order and not of virtue.~ 326 Suppl, 25| belongs to the power of excellence. Now none but Christ has ~ 327 Suppl, 25| Christ has ~the power of excellence in the sacraments. Since 328 Suppl, 76| in him on ~account of the excellence of his bodily complexion; 329 Suppl, 80| another body. Now whatever ~excellence is competent to the nature 330 Suppl, 81| they may show forth the excellence of Divine wisdom, and ~that 331 Suppl, 86| and for ~this reason the excellence of judicial power is promised 332 Suppl, 86| some on ~account of the excellence of their merit will be so 333 Suppl, 93| meriting: and it is this excellence that we ~call an "aureole." 334 Suppl, 93| a share in the ~angelic excellence; for the angels are on the 335 Suppl, 93| virginity except as adding some ~excellence to the other degrees of


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