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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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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 | free-will ~does not admit of degrees. Therefore there is no free-will 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 | free-will ~does not admit of degrees. Therefore there is no free-will 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


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