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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | are used, and it matters little whether one or two, or many 2 1, 20 | Thou hast made him a little less than the angels" (Ps. 3 1, 22 | universally allows some little defect ~to remain, lest 4 1, 36 | invisible, and ~has but little matter; hence we apply this 5 1, 66 | reality they differ but little; for Augustine ~takes the 6 1, 67 | reality they differ but little; for Augustine ~takes the 7 1, 90 | reason man is called 'a little world,' because ~all creatures 8 1, 107 | comparison will show that little or no difference ~exists 9 1, 116 | wickedness, as occurs ~mostly in little old women, according to 10 1, 118 | require much food, have little semen in proportion to ~ 11 2, 2 | comparison of ~her, is as a little sand." And therefore bodily 12 2, 3 | desires nothing amiss." And a little further ~on (6) he adds: " 13 2, 3 | desire ~to know"; and, a little farther on (2), it is stated 14 2, 14 | from the ~fact that it little matters whether it is done 15 2, 14 | which help or hinder but little with regard to ~the end 16 2, 17 | Further, man is called a "little world" [*Aristotle, Phys. 17 2, 22 | i.e. ~to God, there is but little potentiality and passion: 18 2, 24 | reality, none at all, or but little, if we consider the intent 19 2, 26 | passage quoted: hence a little further on he adds that " 20 2, 33 | obtains possession of it little by little. ~Thus in this 21 2, 33 | possession of it little by little. ~Thus in this life, a faint 22 2, 38 | the sorrow. Wherefore a little further on (Confess. ~iv, 23 2, 38 | alone did he find some ~little refreshment."~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 38 | and found my grief not a little assuaged": and ~quotes the 25 2, 40 | the future before it, and little of the ~past: and therefore 26 2, 40 | hope of the future, ~it has little to remember and lives very 27 2, 42 | fear it, or fear it but little; for, as the Philosopher 28 2, 47 | excellence: ~because "men think little of things that are not worth 29 2, 47 | to show that ~he thinks little of him: and those too who 30 2, 47 | misfortune, seem to care little about his good or evil. ~ 31 2, 47 | Further, no one thinks little of a man through his being 32 2, 48 | cause of ~anger is impaired little by little as time goes on, 33 2, 48 | anger is impaired little by little as time goes on, until at 34 2, 48 | reckoned greater, seem to be of little or no ~account.~Aquin.: 35 2, 52 | the form is said to be "little" ~or "great": for instance 36 2, 52 | for instance great or little health or science. But in 37 2, 54 | engendered, not at once, but little by little, seems to be ~ 38 2, 54 | not at once, but little by little, seems to be ~made up of 39 2, 54 | engendered, not at once, but ~little by little out of several 40 2, 54 | at once, but ~little by little out of several acts, as 41 2, 54 | That a habit is engendered little by little, is due, not to ~ 42 2, 54 | is engendered little by little, is due, not to ~one part 43 2, 61 | virtuous. Hence Cicero says a little earlier: "Perhaps ~one should 44 2, 65 | of magnificence with but little practice: even as a ~geometrician, 45 2, 65 | geometrician, by dint of little study, acquires scientific 46 2, 66 | shall ~call it greater or little, according to the things 47 2, 66 | it is better to know a little about ~sublime things, than 48 2, 66 | Metaph. i, 2): and yet this little knowledge about God which ~ 49 2, 68 | said it "is profitable to little."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 50 2, 78 | but must needs fall away little by little." But ~the greatest 51 2, 78 | needs fall away little by little." But ~the greatest fall 52 2, 82 | account of original sin little ~children have the aptitude 53 2, 87 | as one is too much or too little intent on them without prejudicing 54 2, 88 | small ~things shall fall by little and little." Now he that 55 2, 88 | shall fall by little and little." Now he that sins venially 56 2, 88 | small things. Therefore by little and little he is disposed 57 2, 88 | Therefore by little and little he is disposed to ~fall 58 2, 88 | venial, "sins kill if we make little of them." Now a sin is called ~ 59 2, 88 | jest that would hurt him a ~little, the anger will not be mortal 60 2, 91 | right; "giving wisdom to little ones," by ~directing man 61 2, 91 | discip. xvii) that "there is little ~difference [*The 'little 62 2, 91 | little ~difference [*The 'little difference' refers to the 63 2, 97 | 17): "You shall hear the little as well as the great; ~neither 64 2, 99 | do something, by means of little childish gifts. ~Now it 65 2, 100 | evident, that after very little consideration one is able 66 2, 102 | bottom of which were placed "little bells" ~and "pomegranates 67 2, 102 | the air by its color: ~its little bells betoken the thunder; 68 2, 102 | purpose: that he must have "a little, or a ~great, or a crooked 69 2, 102 | the violet ~tunic. Hence little golden bells were fixed 70 2, 102 | great ~quantities with very little effort: whereas no small 71 2, 105 | such kings are wont to take little interest in the ~people 72 2, 105 | of the Old Law observed little caution in regard ~to deposits: 73 2, 105 | another man to take some little thing from him without ~ 74 2, 105 | people, the taking of a little does not disturb the ~peace; 75 2, 107 | discip. xvii) ~that "there is little difference between the Law 76 2, 107 | Law and Gospel" [*The ~'little difference' refers to the 77 2, 108 | disciples, being yet as little children under Christ's 78 2, 108 | they were to be ~accustomed little by little to renounce the 79 2, 108 | be ~accustomed little by little to renounce the care of 80 2, 108 | to the latter, we read a little further on ~(Dt. 28:11): " 81 2, 112 | Wis. 6:8): "He made the little and the great ~and He hath 82 2, 112 | administers great things ~and little. But, "secondly," it may 83 2, 1 | capacity and ~instructs him little by little. It is in this 84 2, 1 | instructs him little by little. It is in this way that 85 2, 2 | indeed all at once, but by little and little, ~according to 86 2, 2 | once, but by little and little, ~according to the mode 87 2, 4 | than sight: ~thus a man of little science is more certain 88 2, 5 | Wherever we find great and little, there we find more ~or 89 2, 5 | faith we find great and little, for Our ~Lord said to Peter ( 90 2, 5 | Mt. 14:31): "O thou of little faith, why didst thou ~doubt?" 91 2, 10 | reason: "Know you not that a ~little leaven corrupts the whole 92 2, 11 | commenting on Gal. 5:9, "A little leaven," says: "Cut off 93 2, 11 | 17: "You shall hear the little as well as the great: ~neither 94 2, 18 | possible arduous evil, for little evils inspire no ~fear. 95 2, 20 | the same as to hope too little in ~Him, since it implies 96 2, 23 | needs do so gradually and by little and ~little." But man falls 97 2, 23 | gradually and by little and ~little." But man falls away by 98 2, 26 | he give too much or too little, ~the medicine would be 99 2, 26 | we find too much or too little, but as in the ~measure 100 2, 28 | regard to some that are of little ~account is not contrary 101 2, 30 | one's property to the poor little ~by little, but it is better 102 2, 30 | property to the poor little ~by little, but it is better still 103 2, 31 | says that if we depart but little from the mean, it is not 104 2, 31 | of religious are about ~little faults which do not affect 105 2, 32 | commit adultery, count for little in their ~reward, but they 106 2, 32 | great in their reward, but little in the ~transgression." 107 2, 32 | natural to it is corrupted ~little by little. Consequently 108 2, 32 | is corrupted ~little by little. Consequently it must first 109 2, 34 | passions. Now those who lack little, and who ~love honors, and 110 2, 34 | unless he surpass him by little, for then it seems to him 111 2, 34 | 5:2): "Envy slayeth the little one," and Gregory says ( 112 2, 34 | have got it by spending little, because they ~grieve that 113 2, 34 | 5:2): "Envy slayeth the little one." ~Now nothing slays 114 2, 34 | same applies to the envy of little children who have not ~the 115 2, 41 | scandalize one of these ~little ones, that believe in Me, 116 2, 41 | scandalize one of these little ones," says: "Observe that 117 2, 41 | Observe that it is the ~little one that is scandalized, 118 2, 41 | order of reason, but only a little and in some slight matter: 119 2, 41 | such ~is the "scandal of little ones." In order to avoid 120 2, 41 | account ~of the scandal of the little ones, as stated above. Sometimes, 121 2, 41 | 7], it is scandal of the little ones) we must ~either forego 122 2, 43 | 3: Baptized idiots, like little children, have the habit 123 2, 52 | works," etc. ~says that "too little love of God aggravates the 124 2, 53 | Douay: 'subtlety'] ~to little ones." Therefore craftiness 125 2, 53 | its own profit and sets little by excellence.~Aquin.: SMT 126 2, 56 | too much for one is too ~little for another (Ethic. ii, 127 2, 60 | from him, since "to lack little is ~almost the same as to 128 2, 62 | the ~common good, since "a little leaven corrupteth the whole 129 2, 64 | as nothing that which is little: so that a ~man does not 130 2, 64 | himself injured in very little matters: and the ~person 131 2, 64 | person take such like very little things, he ~may be proportionately 132 2, 64 | sin even in these ~very little things, even as there may 133 2, 64 | since what is a robber but a little king?" And it is ~written ( 134 2, 69 | destroyed by "too much" and "too little," ~so does a person become 135 2, 70 | such a ~word to give but little pain.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[72] 136 2, 71 | he would appear to think little ~of him, so that for this 137 2, 73 | as we are wont to think little of the defects of children 138 2, 74 | Moreover Eliseus cursed the little boys ~who mocked him (4 139 2, 78 | enumeration because there ~is little of the nature of anything 140 2, 78 | stated above, they have little of the ~nature of a due.~ 141 2, 79 | between too ~much and too little. for one cannot worship 142 2, 81 | says: "When praying say little, yet pray much so ~long 143 2, 87 | seemingly prove ~him to have but little reverence for God, since 144 2, 87 | while others are of such little ~authority that their oaths 145 2, 89 | praise of God is competent to little and great, ~according to 146 2, 89 | and ~you that fear Him, little and great." But the great, 147 2, 90 | the second ~species; and a little further on he adds: "To 148 2, 93 | and accustom us to care little for such things, however ~ 149 2, 104 | obligation to one who has given little with a large heart, and ~ 150 2, 105 | he has ~apparently given little thought to their repayment."~ 151 2, 108 | jocose ~lie, where some little pleasure is intended, or 152 2, 111 | themselves, and to make very little of themselves": and for 153 2, 116 | had given, and give but little."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] 154 2, 116 | Nothing is so narrow or little minded as to love money." ~ 155 2, 116 | giving. If he gives but little ~he is said to be "sparing"; 156 2, 116 | great fuss about things of ~little value. Sometimes a man is 157 2, 116 | by ~laboring much to make little profit. In another way, 158 2, 121 | the use of arms, ~think little of the dangers of battle, 159 2, 127 | above (A[1]). ~But great and little are accidental to honor. 160 2, 127 | be about either great or ~little anger. Therefore neither 161 2, 127 | that which is ordinary or little: because ~things external, 162 2, 127 | external, though they be little, are very desirable, as 163 2, 127 | virtues, one about ordinary or little sums of money, namely ~liberality, 164 2, 127 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Great and little are accidental to honor 165 2, 127 | observe it in great than in little honors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 166 2, 127 | able to ~make good use of little things. Accordingly the 167 2, 127 | which he is worthy, or even little honors ~as something he 168 2, 127 | such as are ordinary or little. In like ~manner he is not 169 2, 127 | whosoever is worthy of ~little things and deems himself 170 2, 127 | humility makes a man think little of himself in consideration 171 2, 127 | with all, both great and little, ~according as he ought, 172 2, 128 | looks upon external goods as little ~things. Now according to 173 2, 130 | OBJ 1: To think so much of little things as to glory in them 174 2, 130 | Ethic. iv) that honor is of little account to him. In like 175 2, 130 | In like manner he ~thinks little of other things that are 176 2, 130 | so, when a man looks upon little things as though they were 177 2, 130 | magnanimous man ~thinks little of, as stated in the preceding 178 2, 131 | names denote. Now great and little are ~opposites. Therefore 179 2, 131 | it differs as great and little differ in ~connection with 180 2, 132 | greatness. Now "great" and "little" are opposed to one ~another 181 2, 132 | regards a man's person is little in comparison with that 182 2, 132 | particular work; which, though little in itself, can nevertheless ~ 183 2, 132 | proportion to its genus: for little and great ~are relative 184 2, 133 | things, so does it moderate little things: wherefore both the ~ 185 2, 133 | liberal and the magnificent do little things. But magnificence 186 2, 133 | intends to do something little [parvum]. Now ~according 187 2, 133 | Ad aliquid.) great and ~little are relative terms: and 188 2, 133 | intends to do ~something little, this must be understood 189 2, 133 | work ~he does. This may be little or great in two ways: in 190 2, 133 | intends principally to spend little, wherefore the ~Philosopher 191 2, 133 | he intends to produce a little work, that is, he does ~ 192 2, 133 | shrink from producing a little work, so long as he spends 193 2, 133 | work, so long as he spends little. ~Wherefore the Philosopher 194 2, 133 | OBJ 1: Virtue moderates little things, according to the 195 2, 133 | mean, not for moderating little things, but for ~declining 196 2, 133 | reason in moderating great or little things: ~hence meanness 197 2, 133 | For great is ~opposed to little. Now, magnificence is not 198 2, 133 | where they ought ~to spend little, spend little where they 199 2, 133 | to spend little, spend little where they ought to spend 200 2, 133 | that, Great is opposed to little. Also little and great are ~ 201 2, 133 | opposed to little. Also little and great are ~relative 202 2, 133 | just as expenditure may be ~little in comparison with the work, 203 2, 133 | where it behooved to spend little. But it ~is opposed to magnificence 204 2, 133 | to ~spend much, it spends little or nothing.~Aquin.: SMT 205 2, 135 | difficult to be constant in little works, but only in great ~ 206 2, 135 | in great deeds: yet in ~little or ordinary deeds, it is 207 2, 139 | of His goodness"; and a little further on he adds that " 208 2, 139 | temperance and intemperance have little if anything to do with the 209 2, 139 | which is content with very little. But this would seem ~unreasonable.~ 210 2, 140 | converted, and become as little ~children," says that "a 211 2, 145 | will is founded," and a ~little further on (Is. 58:4): " 212 2, 145 | eating or ~sleeping too little, is to offer a sacrifice 213 2, 145 | Gather together the ~little ones, and them that suck 214 2, 145 | what is much for one is little for another, as stated in ~ 215 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A little more or a little less cannot 216 2, 145 | OBJ 3: A little more or a little less cannot do much harm. 217 2, 145 | forestall the hour by ~a little.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 218 2, 146 | Lord, that does not eat a little more than necessary?" Therefore ~ 219 2, 147 | drink ~water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's sake, 220 2, 151 | leave his mistress: "One little false tear will ~undo those 221 2, 152 | motions; and yet there is as little sin ~in this as there is 222 2, 159 | knowledge, whereby one thinks little of oneself.~Aquin.: SMT 223 2, 160 | and hast revealed them to little ones," i.e. ~to the humble.~ 224 2, 161 | happen only by degrees and little by little." Now our ~first 225 2, 161 | by degrees and little by little." Now our ~first parents 226 2, 166 | sake of pleasure, since but little sweetness suffices to season ~ 227 2, 166 | to season ~life, just as little salt suffices for our meat."~ 228 2, 173 | of which He was "made a little lower ~than the angels" ( 229 2, 178 | consideration of truth, "has ~little influence on the moral virtues": 230 2, 178 | Wherefore he adds: "For however little he may see of the ~Creator' 231 2, 178 | happen to ~have our own little theories about those sublime 232 2, 179 | for virtue knowledge is of little or no avail." ~Hence it 233 2, 179 | according to Mt. 18:10, "the little ones' ~angels," who belong 234 2, 181 | Polit. vii, 5) that "a little ~difference causes dissension 235 2, 182 | remains firm and strong." A ~little further on he says: "If 236 2, 182 | makes a bad clerk." And a little before this he says that " 237 2, 183 | 1): "A man ~is of very little worth who though excelling 238 2, 184 | speaking to God: ~"Too little doth he love Thee, who loves 239 2, 184 | your own judgment": and a little ~further on he says: "You 240 2, 185 | s sake, and to receive a little for one's livelihood is 241 2, 187 | Mt. 19:14): "Suffer the little children, ~and forbid them 242 2, 187 | we despise the Church's little ~ones, as though we were 243 2, 187 | compact one gives a person little ~presents for the sake of 244 3, 1 | universe is accounted as little; and that this Prince should 245 3, 2 | bear the Lord of all" [*Little Office of B. V. M., Dominican 246 3, 8 | 15:17: "When thou wast a little one in thy own eyes, wast 247 3, 8 | 15:17): "When thou wast a little one in ~thy own eyes, wast 248 3, 10 | He transferred it to that little ~body." So likewise the 249 3, 11 | see Jesus, Who was ~made a little lower than the angels, for 250 3, 13 | to Christ as man, "Who a little while before was crucified, 251 3, 22 | passibility, He "was made a little lower than the ~angels," 252 3, 26 | promoters would have weighed little with him as ~against those 253 3, 27 | Thyself to the world.'" And a little further on he ~says: "For 254 3, 28 | again in the same passage a little further on (Mt. ~1:24,25) 255 3, 30 | Apostle says ~(Gal. 4:19): "My little children, of whom I am in 256 3, 30 | passible life, "was made a little lower than the angels," ~ 257 3, 36 | Virgin-Mother, and was as yet a ~little child. It was therefore 258 3, 40 | desert place, and rest a little. For there were many coming 259 3, 44 | manger, raise thine eyes a little and gaze on the new star 260 3, 44 | a single word, He heals little ~by little, to show the 261 3, 44 | word, He heals little ~by little, to show the extent of human 262 3, 55 | His feet,' that matters little," as Severianus says [*Chrysologus, 263 3, 60 | possession or can be had ~with little trouble. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT 264 3, 60 | either case it may be so ~little that it does not alter the 265 3, 61 | exercise is profitable to ~little." But the use of sacraments 266 3, 64 | is described as being "a little lower than the ~angels" ( 267 3, 67 | people generally: because little children and novices ~need 268 3, 68 | according to 1 Jn. 2:1,2: "My little children, these things ~ 269 3, 68 | the Church of our Saviour little children believe through ~ 270 3, 68 | Boniface ~(Ep. xcviii), "little children are offered that 271 3, 69 | suffers him to live for a little time in shame and ~suffering; 272 3, 69 | Enchiridion lii): "When little children ~are baptized, 273 3, 69 | Baptism (Ep. xcviii): "The little child is made a believer, 274 3, 69 | to be understood not of little children but of adults." 275 3, 69 | by Christ." Moreover, if little children who are ~about 276 3, 69 | imputed to ~them, since so little do they know what they do, 277 3, 69 | lends ~other feet to the little children that they may come; 278 3, 70 | Therefore faith alone justified little ones, ~and not circumcision.~ 279 3, 70 | died in the desert, both little children and adults, were 280 3, 70 | the faith,' it availed ~little children unto sanctification 281 3, 71 | Augustine says (De Symbolo I): "Little children are ~breathed upon 282 3, 74 | contrary, Much is opposed to little, and great to small. But ~ 283 3, 74 | the species, because that ~little is as it were absorbed by 284 3, 74 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a little water mixed with much wine 285 3, 74 | the same thing to ~add a little water in this sacrament 286 3, 74 | neither is it lawful to add a little.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 287 3, 74 | if it sufficed to add a little, then as a consequence it ~ 288 3, 74 | could not be done ~unless so little water was used that it would 289 3, 74 | it is always safer to add little water, especially if the ~ 290 3, 77 | thing is rare which ~has little matter under great dimensions. 291 3, 77 | of their having much or little matter under dimensions; ~ 292 3, 77 | both because great and little are difference of ~quantity, 293 3, 77 | specifically, not only ~if a little liquid of the same species 294 3, 80 | motions; and there is as little sin in this as there is 295 3, 80 | if a ~man were to eat a little in the morning and afterwards 296 3, 84 | and (Mt. 19:13) that "little children ~were presented" 297 3, 86 | good works will make but little progress so as to be any 298 3, 87 | punishment at all, or very little. Therefore they do not suffice 299 Suppl, 8 | punishment of forty days or a little more is enjoined, ~while 300 Suppl, 17| hold ~this opinion call a little key, so that although knowledge 301 Suppl, 25| would not become to give so little to so holy and profitable ~ 302 Suppl, 40| wherefore in the Old Law ~little bells hung therefrom, and 303 Suppl, 42| But this ~would be too little, since it had this also 304 Suppl, 43| reason ~develops in man by little and little, in proportion 305 Suppl, 43| develops in man by little and little, in proportion as the movement 306 Suppl, 43| neglected the soul of his little son, fostered no little 307 Suppl, 43| little son, fostered no little sinner for the ~flames of 308 Suppl, 43| Philosopher (Phys. ii, 56), ~"when little is lacking it seems as though 309 Suppl, 54| procreation, it destroys itself by little and ~little, as Isidore 310 Suppl, 54| destroys itself by little and ~little, as Isidore says (Etym. 311 Suppl, 61| lest the husband think little of a gift he has not ~longed 312 Suppl, 69| gloss on Ps. 36:10, "Yet a little while ~and the wicked shall 313 Suppl, 71| remaining punishment would be so little as not to be felt, and thus 314 Suppl, 72| ii): "All creatures are little ~to the soul that sees God: 315 Suppl, 72| sees God: because however little it sees of the ~Creator' 316 Suppl, 72| that they should rest for a little while till the number of 317 Suppl, 72| tenth" day all ~stones, little and great, will be divided 318 Suppl, 72| indeed, they contain very ~little likelihood. ~Aquin.: SMT 319 Suppl, 72| the wicked, who will pay little heed to the ~signs of the 320 Suppl, 80| will be able to be in a little or great place, and to have 321 Suppl, 80| great place, and to have a ~little or great quantity at will.~ 322 Suppl, 81| Reply OBJ 1: That which is little lacking is as it were not 323 Suppl, 81| space it will move in as little time through that plenum 324 Suppl, 85| come," and (1 Jn. 2:18): ~"Little children, it is the last 325 Suppl, 88| wherefore he is called "a little world." Hence man loves ~ 326 Suppl, 89| likeness in a subject that has little whiteness in comparison ~ 327 Suppl, 93| diminutive [*"Aureola," i.e. a ~little "aurea"]. Therefore it would 328 Suppl, 93| shalt make . . . another little golden crown [coronam ~aureolam]," 329 Suppl, 93| shalt make another little golden crown," says that ~" 330 Suppl, 93| reason of charity, however little it may be, is greater than ~ 331 Suppl, 93| statement (Ex. 25:25) that the little crown [aureola] is added 332 Suppl, 93| Thou shalt also make a little ~golden crown [coronam aureolam]" 333 Suppl, 93| 17). To this is added the little golden crown ~[aureola] 334 Appen1, 1| because this sorrow cannot be ~little for the loss of so great


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