Part, Question
1 1, 9  divine wisdom proceeds in degrees ~from the highest things,
2 1, 12  174]) in treating of the degrees of prophecy. We may also
3 1, 42  Trinity by ~distinguishing degrees as of numbers, thus involving
4 1, 47  seem to be arranged in degrees; as the mixed things are
5 1, 50  the various determined ~degrees of sensitive nature; and
6 1, 50  according to the diverse degrees of intellectual nature.~
7 1, 50  caused by forms of diverse degrees; for instance, if we say
8 1, 54  there could then ~be no degrees of understanding more or
9 1, 56  according to their various degrees ~of perfection.~Aquin.:
10 1, 59  belong to them ~according to degrees of more or less; because
11 1, 59  freewill ~does not admit of degrees. Therefore there is no freewill
12 1, 62  higher, and the distinct degrees of ~grace would not be permanent;
13 1, 62  wisdom, established various degrees in the angelic nature. Now
14 1, 62  ordained for the ~various degrees of grace and glory; just
15 1, 62  did ~it ordain the various degrees of nature to the various
16 1, 62  of nature to the various degrees of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP
17 1, 62  the ~blessed in various degrees: but it is on the part of
18 1, 62  finite being is in infinite degrees removed from ~the infinite;
19 1, 62  clearly according to infinite degrees. And as beatitude ~consists
20 1, 65  creatures proceeded from God by ~degrees, in such a way that the
21 1, 75  indeterminate and common to many degrees of ~intellectuality; as
22 1, 75  faculty is common to many degrees in the ~sensible nature.
23 1, 76  operations in different degrees of living things, that whereby
24 1, 76  genera ~there are various degrees. For this reason Aristotle,
25 1, 76  observe in matter various degrees of perfection, as ~existence,
26 1, 76  according ~to the various degrees of perfection. For the same
27 1, 76  according to the ~further degrees of perfection. For although
28 1, 76  gives matter the various degrees of perfection, as we have ~
29 1, 77  existence in the different degrees of ~perfection, as we have
30 1, 77  performs operations of various degrees.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[
31 1, 42  Trinity by ~distinguishing degrees as of numbers, thus involving
32 1, 48  seem to be arranged in degrees; as the mixed things are
33 1, 51  the various determined ~degrees of sensitive nature; and
34 1, 51  according to the diverse degrees of intellectual nature.~
35 1, 51  caused by forms of diverse degrees; for instance, if we say
36 1, 55  there could then ~be no degrees of understanding more or
37 1, 57  according to their various degrees ~of perfection.~Aquin.:
38 1, 60  belong to them ~according to degrees of more or less; because
39 1, 60  freewill ~does not admit of degrees. Therefore there is no freewill
40 1, 63  higher, and the distinct degrees of ~grace would not be permanent;
41 1, 63  wisdom, established various degrees in the angelic nature. Now
42 1, 63  ordained for the ~various degrees of grace and glory; just
43 1, 63  did ~it ordain the various degrees of nature to the various
44 1, 63  of nature to the various degrees of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP
45 1, 63  the ~blessed in various degrees: but it is on the part of
46 1, 63  finite being is in infinite degrees removed from ~the infinite;
47 1, 63  clearly according to infinite degrees. And as beatitude ~consists
48 1, 66  creatures proceeded from God by ~degrees, in such a way that the
49 1, 74  indeterminate and common to many degrees of ~intellectuality; as
50 1, 74  faculty is common to many degrees in the ~sensible nature.
51 1, 75  operations in different degrees of living things, that whereby
52 1, 75  genera ~there are various degrees. For this reason Aristotle,
53 1, 75  observe in matter various degrees of perfection, as ~existence,
54 1, 75  according ~to the various degrees of perfection. For the same
55 1, 75  according to the ~further degrees of perfection. For although
56 1, 75  gives matter the various degrees of perfection, as we have ~
57 1, 76  existence in the different degrees of ~perfection, as we have
58 1, 76  performs operations of various degrees.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[
59 1, 77  distinguished according to the degrees of living ~things. There
60 1, 84  at once but acquire it by degrees: ~so likewise the human
61 1, 84  there are not infinite ~degrees of understanding a thing:
62 1, 89  understand the different degrees of spiritual ~substance,
63 1, 93  understanding, there are three degrees of ~movement in the soul,
64 1, 104  these kinds has various degrees, according to the ~different
65 1, 107  Para. 1/2  OF THE ANGELIC DEGREES OF HIERARCHIES AND ORDERS (
66 1, 107  ARTICLES)~We next consider the degrees of the angels in their hierarchies
67 2, 3  happiness can attain to various degrees of ~perfection, so must
68 2, 5  Therefore there are diverse degrees of Happiness, and ~Happiness
69 2, 5  Happiness in the ~divers degrees of enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT
70 2, 23  and withdrawal; or from degrees ~in approach or withdrawal.
71 2, 29  according to ~different degrees of good there are different
72 2, 29  good there are different degrees of love to which ~correspond
73 2, 29  which ~correspond different degrees of hatred. Wherefore a hatred
74 2, 46  Moral. xxi, 4) gives three degrees of anger, ~namely, "anger
75 2, 46  corresponding to the three degrees mentioned by ~Our Lord (
76 2, 46  1/1~Reply OBJ 3: These degrees are distinguished according
77 2, 46  anger; and not according to degrees of perfection in the very ~
78 2, 48  as is evident from the degrees of anger laid down by Our
79 2, 56  of view, and in various ~degrees.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[56] A[
80 2, 68  Isaias speaks, agrees in degrees and expression with these [
81 2, 70  virtuous acts, but as various degrees of ~perfection, even in
82 2, 70  fruits according to the three degrees of virtue: and ~they speak
83 2, 70  and ~they speak of three degrees, because the perfection
84 2, 72  virtues, but to different degrees of virtue; and ~consequently
85 2, 72  Moral. iv, 25) reckons four degrees of sin; the ~first of which
86 2, 72  sins of word, and two other degrees of sin are added. Therefore
87 2, 72  in respect of the various degrees of sin. ~Nevertheless it
88 2, 73  evil. Hence the various degrees of ~malice in sins must
89 2, 73  virtue: because, ~just as the degrees of gravity in a sin depend
90 2, 82  sickness ~is subject to degrees. Therefore original sin
91 2, 82  original sin is subject to degrees.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] A[
92 2, 82  first, original sin has no ~degrees, since the gift of original
93 2, 85  corresponding to the different degrees of good. For there is a
94 2, 89  than three differences and degrees ~of venial sins. Therefore
95 2, 89  the end." ~Accordingly all degrees of venial sins are reduced
96 2, 98  that the good has various degrees, as Dionysius ~states (Div.
97 2, 105  greatness of a sin, four degrees may be ~observed, even in
98 2, 105  to marry within certain degrees of ~consanguinity and affinity,
99 2, 108  But there are no ~definite degrees to the greater good. Therefore
100 2, 13  this can only happen by degrees and bit by bit."~Aquin.:
101 2, 23  perfect?~(9) Of the various degrees of charity;~(10) Whether
102 2, 23  distinguished into three degrees, beginning, ~progress, and
103 2, 23  unfitting to distinguish three degrees of charity, ~beginning,
104 2, 23  perfection. For there are many degrees between ~the beginning of
105 2, 23  charity: and so the aforesaid degrees are unsuitably ~assigned
106 2, 23  Therefore there are three degrees of charity.~Aquin.: SMT
107 2, 23  In like manner the divers degrees of charity are distinguished
108 2, 23  OBJ 1: All these distinct degrees which can be discerned in
109 2, 24  account ~of the various degrees of goodness in various persons,
110 2, 25  itself, yet it has various degrees according to ~various shares
111 2, 25  A[4], ad 1; A[7]), the degrees of love ~may be measured
112 2, 25  Para. 2/2~Secondly, the degrees of love may be measured
113 2, 25  stated above (A[9]), the degrees of love may be taken ~from
114 2, 25  stated above (AA[7],9), the degrees of love may ~be distinguished
115 2, 29  over the inferior. Now ~degrees among men are not unchangeable
116 2, 29  since there are ~various degrees of want as well as of connection:
117 2, 30  according to the various degrees of connection, holiness
118 2, 30  we should dole it out by degrees." But ~to give abundantly
119 2, 43  these men obtain various ~degrees of wisdom through union
120 2, 45  watch and ward, lest by degrees we be deceived unawares
121 2, 49  are directed in different degrees to the one ~end which is "
122 2, 51  not ~in orderly fashion by degrees. Now the summit of the soul
123 2, 55  many other differences of degrees among men, ~for instance
124 2, 58  2/2~Now there are three degrees of suspicion. The first
125 2, 61  to marry within forbidden degrees are more ~readily granted
126 2, 78  this kind of due has two ~degrees. For one due is so necessary
127 2, 97  species there are various degrees of ~sacrilege, according
128 2, 97  sacred things, has various degrees, according to the ~differences
129 2, 102  many kinds as there are degrees of ~superiority. Therefore
130 2, 103  Accordingly the various degrees of disobedience must correspond
131 2, 103  correspond with the ~various degrees of precepts: because the
132 2, 105  It has, however, various degrees corresponding in their order
133 2, 105  different species but different degrees ~of one special sin.~Aquin.:
134 2, 116  covetousness. Secondly, ~the degrees of sin may be considered
135 2, 150  in comparison with other degrees of chastity. ~Aquin.: SMT
136 2, 156  our Lord mentions three degrees of anger, when He says ~(
137 2, 156  Thou ~fool." But these degrees are not referable to the
138 2, 156  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The degrees of anger mentioned by our
139 2, 159  other virtues;~(6) Of the degrees of humility.~Aquin.: SMT
140 2, 159  Para. 1/1~Whether twelve degrees of humility are fittingly
141 2, 159  would seem that the twelve degrees of humility that are set ~
142 2, 159  St. Thomas gives these degrees ~in the reverse order to
143 2, 159  unfittingly placed among the degrees of humility.~Aquin.: SMT
144 2, 159  Therefore in the aforesaid degrees, those which concern outward ~
145 2, 159  ci, seqq.) gives seven degrees of ~humility, the first
146 2, 159  Therefore the aforesaid degrees would seem to be too numerous.~
147 2, 159  Perfect humility has three ~degrees. The first is to subject
148 2, 159  Therefore ~the aforesaid degrees would seem to be too numerous.~
149 2, 159  to a definite number of degrees. Therefore it would seem
150 2, 159  to assign the aforesaid degrees to humility.~Aquin.: SMT
151 2, 159  Wherefore the aforesaid degrees of humility ~include something
152 2, 159  according to this order that the degrees of humility are here ~enumerated. ~
153 2, 159  1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All the degrees mentioned by Anselm are
154 2, 159  degree. The third and fourth degrees regard the avowal of ~one'
155 2, 159  another of it. The other three degrees ~have to do with the appetite,
156 2, 159  to the fifth and sixth ~degrees: or the appetite may even
157 2, 159  degree; so that all ~these degrees are comprised under the
158 2, 159  1/1~Reply OBJ 4: These degrees refer, not to the thing
159 2, 159  of humility, but to the degrees among men, who are either
160 2, 159  argument also considers the degrees of humility not ~according
161 2, 159  of which the aforesaid ~degrees are assigned, but according
162 2, 160  seqq.] also reckons twelve degrees of ~pride, namely "curiosity,
163 2, 160  R.O. 4 Para. 2/3~The twelve degrees mentioned by Bernard are
164 2, 160  opposition to the twelve degrees of humility, of which we
165 2, 160  Para. 3/3~In these twelve degrees not only are the species
166 2, 161  this can happen only by degrees and little by little." Now
167 2, 168  is accounted one of ~the degrees of humility, as stated above (
168 2, 169  things there are three ~degrees. One degree comprises things
169 2, 172  vision?~(3) The various degrees of prophecy;~(4) Whether
170 2, 172  Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the degrees of prophecy can be distinguished
171 2, 172  It would seem that the degrees of prophecy cannot be ~distinguished
172 2, 172  imaginary vision. For the degrees of a ~thing bear relation
173 2, 172  it would seem that the ~degrees of prophecy are distinguished
174 2, 172  visions. Therefore the degrees of prophecy should not be
175 2, 172  medium differentiates the degrees of knowledge: ~thus science
176 2, 172  knowledge. Therefore the degrees of ~prophecy should be distinguished
177 2, 172  3~Nevertheless these two degrees are beneath prophecy properly
178 2, 172  of sense. Secondly ~the degrees of this prophecy are differentiated
179 2, 172  3/3~But above all these degrees there is a third kind of
180 2, 172  3); and consequently the degrees of ~prophecy are properly
181 2, 172  times, receive ~various degrees of prophetic revelation.~
182 2, 172  Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the degrees of prophecy change as time
183 2, 172  It would seem that the degrees of prophecy change as time
184 2, 172  time went on." Therefore degrees of prophecy ~should be distinguished
185 2, 173  of God ~according to the degrees of knowledge whereby God
186 2, 173  seen. The first of ~these degrees belongs to the angels of
187 2, 181  perfection is applied to the ~degrees of charity, as stated above (
188 2, 182  attain to the intermediate ~degrees of perfection, provided
189 2, 184  virtue, in order by these degrees to mount to ~the perfection
190 2, 186  Moreover, in each of these degrees it may be noted that one
191 2, 186  to ~the three aforesaid degrees of religious life. For it
192 3, 10  infinite possible mediate degrees ~between the manner in which
193 3, 10  12], A[4]. And hence the ~degrees thereof depend rather on
194 3, 44  hardly, and that ~only by degrees, can come back to the light:
195 3, 53  go down," as by various ~degrees of evils, "into corruption?"
196 3, 69  Reply OBJ 3: The various degrees of capacity in men arise,
197 3, 86  4:39), and sometimes by degrees, as ~we said above (Q[44],
198 3, 86  removes the remnants of sin by degrees.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[
199 Suppl, 35 Further, the Orders are degrees of a kind. Now no one can
200 Suppl, 35 Reply OBJ 2: Orders are not degrees combining in one action
201 Suppl, 35 first; ~but they are like degrees consisting in things of
202 Suppl, 35 different kinds, such ~as the degrees between man and angel, and
203 Suppl, 35 a man. Such also are the degrees between ~the head and all
204 Suppl, 36 Whether a man obtains the degrees of Order by the merit of
205 Suppl, 36 seem that a man obtains the degrees of order by the mere ~merit
206 Suppl, 37 reason and number of the degrees of ~Orders is made clear.~
207 Suppl, 37 devil. This, too, shows the degrees of Order to ~be most orderly.
208 Suppl, 40 the Pope there are other degrees of rank corresponding to
209 Suppl, 40 rank corresponding to the degrees of ~union, in respect of
210 Suppl, 43 of reason, of which three degrees are to be observed, according ~
211 Suppl, 50 human race, since ~more degrees of kindred come under prohibition
212 Suppl, 53 those who marry within the degrees of kindred ~forbidden by
213 Suppl, 54 fittingly distinguished by degrees and lines?~(3) Whether certain
214 Suppl, 54 lines?~(3) Whether certain degrees are by natural law an impediment
215 Suppl, 54 Whether the impediment degrees can be fixed by the ordinance
216 Suppl, 54 fittingly distinguished by degrees and lines?~Aquin.: SMT XP
217 Suppl, 54 unfittingly distinguished by ~degrees and lines. For a line of
218 Suppl, 54 common ~ancestor in various degrees." Now consanguinity is nothing
219 Suppl, 54 divided ~into lines and degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[
220 Suppl, 54 distinguished and known by its ~degrees, those who are in the same
221 Suppl, 54 not ~rightly divided into degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[
222 Suppl, 54 not rightly divided into degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[
223 Suppl, 54 same either way. Yet the degrees of ~consanguinity are not
224 Suppl, 54 sufficiently known by its degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[
225 Suppl, 54 we take we find various degrees in ~one line. And seeing
226 Suppl, 54 line. And seeing that the degrees of a thing are parts of
227 Suppl, 54 thing, ~there cannot be degrees of propinquity where there
228 Suppl, 54 a distance do away with degrees of ~consanguinity; since
229 Suppl, 54 different ways of counting the degrees in various ~lines. For the
230 Suppl, 54 from ~one: wherefore the degrees of consanguinity in this
231 Suppl, 54 which the ~greater number of degrees are found. Hence according
232 Suppl, 54 one ~line contains several degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[
233 Suppl, 54 blood, and in this way the degrees of ~consanguinity are distinguished.
234 Suppl, 54 distant in the same number of ~degrees from the common ancestor,
235 Suppl, 54 ordinances of the Church, several degrees ~of consanguinity are debarred
236 Suppl, 54 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the degrees of consanguinity that are
237 Suppl, 54 It would seem that the degrees of consanguinity that are
238 Suppl, 54 assigned for the number of degrees ~seem altogether unreasonable,
239 Suppl, 54 all time. Therefore the degrees of consanguinity should ~
240 Suppl, 54 different number in the degrees which are an impediment
241 Suppl, 54 might happen if ~certain degrees which were not an impediment
242 Suppl, 54 Law, the prohibition of ~degrees does not apply equally in
243 Suppl, 54 sometimes allowed certain degrees which the Old Law did not ~
244 Suppl, 54 forbid. Therefore those degrees are an impediment to marriage.~
245 Suppl, 54 civil law decided which degrees of consanguinity impede ~
246 Suppl, 54 1/1~I answer that, The degrees within which consanguinity
247 Suppl, 54 Old Law permitted other degrees of consanguinity, in fact ~
248 Suppl, 54 race. But afterwards more degrees were forbidden by ~the New
249 Suppl, 54 even within the more remote degrees of ~consanguinity, in order
250 Suppl, 54 prohibition to more remote degrees of consanguinity. Useless,
251 Suppl, 54 prohibition of the more remote degrees became for many a snare
252 Suppl, 54 except as regards ~certain degrees, as stated above (A[3]).
253 Suppl, 54 different times for different degrees of ~consanguinity.~Aquin.:
254 Suppl, 54 OBJ 7: In prohibiting the degrees of consanguinity the Church ~
255 Suppl, 54 Church equally prohibit the degrees of ~consanguinity in uncles
256 Suppl, 55 affinity in itself admits of degrees?~(8) Whether its degrees
257 Suppl, 55 degrees?~(8) Whether its degrees extend as far as the degrees
258 Suppl, 55 degrees extend as far as the degrees of consanguinity?~(9) Whether
259 Suppl, 55 and according to the same degrees, and ~is defined thus: "
260 Suppl, 55 procreation, since the degrees of affinity and consanguinity
261 Suppl, 55 affinity in itself admits of degrees?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[
262 Suppl, 55 affinity in itself admits of degrees. For any ~kind of propinquity
263 Suppl, 55 itself be the subject of degrees. Now affinity is ~a kind
264 Suppl, 55 propinquity. Therefore it has degrees in itself apart from the ~
265 Suppl, 55 in itself apart from the ~degrees of consanguinity by which
266 Suppl, 55 consort from within the ~degrees of affinity of the first
267 Suppl, 55 consanguinity admits itself of degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[
268 Suppl, 55 consanguinity. Therefore all the ~degrees of affinity are caused by
269 Suppl, 55 affinity are caused by the degrees of consanguinity: and so
270 Suppl, 55 consanguinity: and so it ~has no degrees of itself.~Aquin.: SMT XP
271 Suppl, 55 cause. Wherefore since the degrees of relationship are ~distinguished
272 Suppl, 55 procreation, the distinction of ~degrees is directly and immediately
273 Suppl, 55 general rule in seeking the ~degrees of affinity is that in whatever
274 Suppl, 55 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The degrees in propinquity of relationship
275 Suppl, 55 affinity has ~no direct degrees, but derives them according
276 Suppl, 55 derives them according to the degrees of ~consanguinity.~Aquin.:
277 Suppl, 55 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the degrees of affinity extend in the
278 Suppl, 55 extend in the same way as the degrees of ~consanguinity?~Aquin.:
279 Suppl, 55 It would seem that the degrees of affinity do not extend
280 Suppl, 55 in the ~same way as the degrees of consanguinity. For the
281 Suppl, 55 last to the same number of degrees as consanguinity.~Aquin.:
282 Suppl, 55 the Divine law certain degrees of consanguinity were forbidden,
283 Suppl, 55 were forbidden, in which ~degrees affinity was not an impediment
284 Suppl, 55 should not extend to the same degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[
285 Suppl, 55 by affinity: and so the degrees of affinity should ~be reckoned
286 Suppl, 55 in the same number as the degrees of consanguinity.~Aquin.:
287 Suppl, 55 I answer that, Since the degrees of affinity are reckoned
288 Suppl, 55 reckoned according to ~the degrees of consanguinity, the degrees
289 Suppl, 55 degrees of consanguinity, the degrees of affinity must needs be
290 Suppl, 55 granted in the more remote degrees of affinity than in the ~
291 Suppl, 55 affinity than in the ~remote degrees of consanguinity.~Aquin.:
292 Suppl, 55 relationship but not in ~the degrees. Hence this argument is
293 Suppl, 55 contracted by persons with the degrees of affinity or ~consanguinity
294 Suppl, 55 contracted by persons within the ~degrees of affinity or consanguinity
295 Suppl, 56 carnal children. For no degrees are assigned to spiritual ~
296 Suppl, 56 relationship. Yet there would be degrees if it passed from father
297 Suppl, 56 relationship ~admits of degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[
298 Suppl, 59 believers marry within ~the degrees forbidden by the Church,
299 Suppl, 59 her within the forbidden degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[
300 Suppl, 59 have married within the degrees forbidden by the Divine ~
301 Suppl, 59 have married within the degrees ~forbidden by a commandment
302 Suppl, 65 signified the distinction of degrees in the Church, which ~distinction
303 Suppl, 69 sins and merits. Now the degrees of merit and sin are ~infinite.
304 Suppl, 69 Reply OBJ 7: Diversity of degrees in punishments or rewards
305 Suppl, 74 will happen suddenly or by degrees?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[
306 Suppl, 74 happen suddenly but ~by degrees. For the resurrection of
307 Suppl, 78 this quantity has certain degrees of latitude and is not ~
308 Suppl, 78 species, the different degrees whereof are filled by this
309 Suppl, 90 judgment?~(2) Whether the degrees of happiness should be called
310 Suppl, 90 differ according to various degrees of ~charity?~Aquin.: SMT
311 Suppl, 90 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the degrees of beatitude should be called
312 Suppl, 90 It would seem that the degrees of beatitude should not
313 Suppl, 90 reward. Therefore the various degrees of ~beatitude should not
314 Suppl, 90 consequently the ~various degrees of beatitude should not
315 Suppl, 90 reference to the ~different degrees of rewards (Tract. lxvii
316 Suppl, 90 according to the various ~degrees of beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT
317 Suppl, 90 place, there are different ~degrees of approaching thereto:
318 Suppl, 90 according to the various ~degrees of charity?~Aquin.: SMT
319 Suppl, 90 according to the various degrees of charity. For it is written (
320 Suppl, 90 according to ~the different degrees of natural power.~Aquin.:
321 Suppl, 90 beatitude. Therefore the degrees of beatitude are distinguished
322 Suppl, 90 Therefore the various ~degrees of beatitude will be according
323 Suppl, 90 according to the various degrees of works ~and not according
324 Suppl, 90 according to the various degrees of charity.~Aquin.: SMT
325 Suppl, 90 principle of the mansions or degrees of ~beatitude is twofold,
326 Suppl, 90 therefore the distinction of degrees in glory depends on ~the
327 Suppl, 90 in glory depends on ~the degrees of charity rather than on
328 Suppl, 90 charity rather than on the degrees of the aforesaid virtue.~
329 Suppl, 90 and therefore the various degrees of glory ~will be according
330 Suppl, 90 according to the various degrees of charity.~Aquin.: SMT
331 Suppl, 93 corresponds to the three degrees of continency. ~This gloss
332 Suppl, 93 unfittingly ~adapted to the degrees of continence.~Aquin.: SMT
333 Suppl, 93 excellence to the other degrees of continence. If Adam had
