Part, Question
1 1, 2  and infinite there is no proportion. Therefore, since a cause
2 1, 4  for a thing is perfect in proportion ~to its state of actuality,
3 1, 5  Hence beauty consists in due proportion; for the senses ~delight
4 1, 12  Further, there must be some proportion between the knower and the ~
5 1, 12  perfection of the knower. But no proportion ~exists between the created
6 1, 12  4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Proportion is twofold. In one sense
7 1, 12  and ~equal are species of proportion. In another sense every
8 1, 12  thing to another is called proportion. And in this sense there
9 1, 12  this sense there can be a ~proportion of the creature to God,
10 1, 12  more or less perfectly in ~proportion as it receives a greater
11 1, 13  sense, i.e. according to proportion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[
12 1, 13  urine in relation and in proportion to health of a body, of
13 1, 14  a certain similitude of proportion, because He ~has the same
14 1, 17  things by the senses is in proportion to the existence ~of their
15 1, 18  province it is to know the proportion between the end ~and the
16 1, 19  of will are multiplied in proportion to the number ~of their
17 1, 21  are given to things in ~proportion, the bestowal of them belongs
18 1, 21  according to proper order and proportion wherein consists the idea
19 1, 21  goodness there can be no proportion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[
20 1, 23  twofold; one which exceeds all proportion and faculty ~of created
21 1, 23  must be judged ~from the proportion of that part of the whole.
22 1, 23  many, is according to the proportion of the principal parts to
23 1, 25  end exceeding beyond all proportion ~things created. Whence
24 1, 25  thing were ~bettered, the proportion of order would be destroyed;
25 1, 31  Triplicity" signifies a proportion of ~inequality; for it is
26 1, 31  is a species of unequal proportion, according to ~Boethius (
27 1, 39  the very fact ugly; due "proportion" or "harmony"; and lastly, ~"
28 1, 39  Where there exists wondrous ~proportion and primal equality," etc.~
29 1, 44  have an efficient ~cause in proportion to its being. And so, although
30 1, 44  since every ~agent acts in proportion to its actuality, it follows
31 1, 45  required in the agent in ~proportion to the distance of the potentiality
32 1, 45  infinite, because there is no proportion between "no ~potentiality"
33 1, 45  natural ~agent, as there is no proportion between "not being" and "
34 1, 46  introduce the ~form in due proportion into a suitable matter.
35 1, 47  best absolutely, but in proportion to the whole; in the ~case
36 1, 47  certain equality  namely, of proportion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[
37 1, 48  be made in an ever same proportion ~(for instance, half of
38 1, 48  division we keep the same proportion, we continue to subtract
39 1, 49  Increase in intensity is in proportion to the nature of a ~thing.
40 1, 53  himself ~exceeds beyond all proportion the power which moves a
41 1, 53  which moves a body. Now the ~proportion of velocities is reckoned
42 1, 53  length of time there ~is proportion. If therefore a body is
43 1, 53  nows,' it will have no proportion to the time ~which measures
44 1, 53  indeed, because of the proportion of the ~mover and the movable,
45 1, 53  movable, but on account of the proportion of the magnitudes ~in which
46 1, 64  substance ~surpasses the proportion not only of the human intellect,
47 1, 67  day. The other varies in proportion as it affects various ~bodies,
48 1, 68  a rarer consistency, in proportion to the respective ~density
49 1, 70  senses require a certain proportion in the ~admixture of elements,
50 1, 70  intellectual perception, and is in proportion thereto. But the operations ~
51 1, 76  is the form; otherwise no proportion would be ~required between
52 1, 76  multiplicity of souls is in proportion to the multiplicity of the ~
53 1, 39  the very fact ugly; due "proportion" or "harmony"; and lastly, ~"
54 1, 39  Where there exists wondrous ~proportion and primal equality," etc.~
55 1, 45  have an efficient ~cause in proportion to its being. And so, although
56 1, 45  since every ~agent acts in proportion to its actuality, it follows
57 1, 46  required in the agent in ~proportion to the distance of the potentiality
58 1, 46  infinite, because there is no proportion between "no ~potentiality"
59 1, 46  natural ~agent, as there is no proportion between "not being" and "
60 1, 47  introduce the ~form in due proportion into a suitable matter.
61 1, 48  best absolutely, but in proportion to the whole; in the ~case
62 1, 48  certain equality  namely, of proportion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[
63 1, 49  be made in an ever same proportion ~(for instance, half of
64 1, 49  division we keep the same proportion, we continue to subtract
65 1, 50  Increase in intensity is in proportion to the nature of a ~thing.
66 1, 54  himself ~exceeds beyond all proportion the power which moves a
67 1, 54  which moves a body. Now the ~proportion of velocities is reckoned
68 1, 54  length of time there ~is proportion. If therefore a body is
69 1, 54  nows,' it will have no proportion to the time ~which measures
70 1, 54  indeed, because of the proportion of the ~mover and the movable,
71 1, 54  movable, but on account of the proportion of the magnitudes ~in which
72 1, 65  substance ~surpasses the proportion not only of the human intellect,
73 1, 68  day. The other varies in proportion as it affects various ~bodies,
74 1, 69  a rarer consistency, in proportion to the respective ~density
75 1, 71  senses require a certain proportion in the ~admixture of elements,
76 1, 71  intellectual perception, and is in proportion thereto. But the operations ~
77 1, 75  is the form; otherwise no proportion would be ~required between
78 1, 75  multiplicity of souls is in proportion to the multiplicity of the ~
79 1, 84  things are ~intelligible in proportion as they are separate from
80 1, 85  some genera, as in number, ~proportion, and figure. Therefore our
81 1, 87  There must needs be some proportion between the object and ~
82 1, 87  is no proper and adequate proportion between material and immaterial ~
83 1, 87  thing, ~because there is no proportion between the latter and the
84 1, 88  degree of comprehension, in ~proportion as they recede from the
85 1, 91  s  at least, not in the proportion of a rib to Eve's body.
86 1, 92  to a ~certain analogy or proportion. In this sense a creature
87 1, 92  knowledge ~were not in equal proportion to mind, he takes three
88 1, 94  because she gave more in proportion to her means. In each of
89 1, 97  have been the greater in ~proportion to the greater purity of
90 1, 98  after birth. Because in ~proportion to other animals man has
91 1, 104  power surpasses out of all proportion any finite power. Now the
92 1, 104  other time there is some proportion. On the other hand, a power ~
93 1, 104  exceeds ~the finite beyond all proportion; and therefore no more reason
94 1, 105  perfection of the order is in proportion to its nearness to God;
95 1, 107  is given to the angels in proportion to their natural ~gifts.
96 1, 114  universal agent. For in proportion as a thing is ~participated,
97 1, 114  proper ~thereto; thus in proportion to the participation of
98 1, 118  food, have little semen in proportion to ~the size of their bodies,
99 2, 2  a man's excellence is in proportion, especially ~to his happiness,
100 2, 2  likeness, according to their proportion, ~some desire as to being
101 2, 3  intellect to God is ~one of proportion; that is to say, by reason
102 2, 4  refers to ~inequality of proportion: because the angels, even
103 2, 7  or bad according to their proportion to extrinsic things that
104 2, 16  willing subject, by a ~kind of proportion or order to the thing willed.
105 2, 17  the ordering of reason, in proportion to the strength or ~weakness
106 2, 18  they have not always a due proportion to this or that ~action.
107 2, 18  effect. Consequently the very proportion of an action to its effect
108 2, 18  accidents be out of due proportion, evil is the ~result. So
109 2, 18  cause, nevertheless due ~proportion to the end, and relation
110 2, 19  evil actions, a man sins in proportion to his ~intention: for if
111 2, 19  actions, the will is good in proportion to the good intended.~Aquin.:
112 2, 20  according to analogy or proportion, ~then it is one and the
113 2, 22  perfection, intensity is in proportion to the approach to one ~
114 2, 25  first place, an aptitude or proportion to that end, for nothing ~
115 2, 25  And this very ~aptitude or proportion of the appetite to good
116 2, 25  consisting in an aptitude or proportion, in so far as ~one thing,
117 2, 25  is the mere aptitude or ~proportion to the end; and this pertains
118 2, 25  generation or execution, proportion or aptitude ~to the end
119 2, 25  the appetitive part is in ~proportion, not to natural movement,
120 2, 27  is a certain likeness of proportion: because as the latter ~
121 2, 27  we can see ~a likeness of proportion, inasmuch as each one has
122 2, 30  the infinite is without proportion, and therefore ~unfitting.
123 2, 30  the means is in suitable proportion to the end. Consequently
124 2, 32  feeling pain . . . ~and in proportion are the more filled with
125 2, 33  in the other passions, in proportion as the ~appetite is more
126 2, 37  conformity with and ~in proportion to the appetitive movement,
127 2, 48  greater ~delight. And in proportion to the increase of the grief
128 2, 50  body. Now habits ~are in proportion to their operations: whence "
129 2, 51  an end which exceeds the proportion of human nature, namely, ~
130 2, 51  since habits need to be in proportion with that to which man is ~
131 2, 51  to this end, exceed the proportion of human nature. Wherefore ~
132 2, 52  performing an act that is not ~in proportion to the intensity of the
133 2, 52  of the act correspond in proportion to the intensity of the ~
134 2, 54  disposition of these in proportion to nature, is ~beauty: and
135 2, 54  perfection should be in proportion with that which it perfects.
136 2, 62  and end of nature, but in proportion to nature. ~But the reason
137 2, 62  and moral virtues are in proportion ~to his nature, as clearly
138 2, 62  surpass all virtue that is in proportion to man, according ~to 1
139 2, 63  habits corresponding, in due proportion, to the ~theological virtues,
140 2, 64  arithmetical or ~geometrical proportion is a real mean. Now such
141 2, 65  they produce good ~works in proportion to a supernatural last end,
142 2, 66  absolute quantity, but of ~proportion: because all virtues grow
143 2, 66  equal ~with an equality of proportion, in so far as their growth
144 2, 66  unequal in size, but equal in proportion, ~since they grow in proportion
145 2, 66  proportion, ~since they grow in proportion to one another.~Aquin.:
146 2, 69  us, while observing due proportion to the merits to which ~
147 2, 82  in all men, it is one in proportion, ~i.e. in relation to its
148 2, 82  is one in species and ~in proportion, but is numerically many.~
149 2, 85  made each time in the same proportion, and not in the same ~quantity,
150 2, 94  others, as being out of proportion to them.~Aquin.: SMT FS
151 2, 96  according to an equality of proportion and with ~a view to the
152 2, 101  revealed to man except in ~proportion to his capacity: else he
153 2, 103  external ~worship should be in proportion to the internal worship,
154 2, 109  which it can bring about in proportion to its own proper ~endowment;
155 2, 109  to an act exceeding the ~proportion of its strength. Now to
156 2, 109  But no act exceeds the proportion of its active principle;
157 2, 109  is an end exceeding the proportion of ~human nature, as is
158 2, 114  God, but only of a certain proportion, inasmuch as both operate
159 2, 114  to anything exceeding the proportion of ~the powers which are
160 2, 114  is a good exceeding the proportion of created nature; since
161 2, 114  account of an equality of proportion: for it would seem congruous ~
162 2, 114  both because it exceeds the proportion of ~nature, and because
163 2, 4  must, of necessity, be in proportion to one another. Now ~it
164 2, 23  since charity surpasses the proportion of human nature, as stated ~
165 2, 23  form does not surpass the proportion of the matter. In ~like
166 2, 24  inward ~love, and are in proportion with it. Now it is absolutely
167 2, 25  affection of love increases in proportion to the nearness to one or ~
168 2, 26  loves more, however, ~in proportion to the person he loves.
169 2, 26  since a thing is lovable in proportion to ~its goodness, God is
170 2, 30  quantity, gave more in ~proportion; and thus we gather that
171 2, 42  since ~it is based on the proportion of love to the thing beloved,
172 2, 56  according to "arithmetical" proportion, so that ~it is the real
173 2, 56  is ~measured not by the proportion of one thing to another,
174 2, 56  justice consists ~in a certain proportion of equality between the
175 2, 56  inflicted bears a different proportion to a ~prince from that which
176 2, 56  according to ~equality of proportion. Therefore the proper act
177 2, 57  on account of a lack of proportion between the operation and
178 2, 57  thing, depends entirely on proportion to the man himself. ~Consequently
179 2, 57  virtues; but as regards the proportion ~between operation and habit,
180 2, 59  according to "geometrical proportion," ~whereas in commutative
181 2, 59  it follows "arithmetical proportion."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[61] A[
182 2, 59  thing, but according to ~proportion between things and persons:
183 2, 59  case follows "geometrical proportion," ~wherein equality depends
184 2, 59  depends not on quantity but on proportion. For example ~we say that
185 2, 59  because in either case the proportion ~equals 11/2; since the
186 2, 59  equality ~of geometrical proportion, whereas in the other we
187 2, 59  equality of ~arithmetical proportion.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[61] A[
188 2, 59  that a man has to suffer in proportion with his deeds, ~according
189 2, 59  contrapassum'), but according to ~proportion between things and persons,
190 2, 60  compensation in equivalent, in ~proportion, however, to his means.~
191 2, 61  things to various persons in proportion to their personal dignity. ~
192 2, 61  it fails to observe due proportion. Now nothing but sin is ~
193 2, 61  allotted to a person out of proportion to his deserts, it must
194 2, 61  to a person out of that proportion to him in which the equality
195 2, 62  unlawful, if it ~be out of proportion to the end. Wherefore if
196 2, 82  according ~to a measure of proportion; and so the reverence which
197 2, 85  But the fixing ~of the proportion to be offered to the ministers
198 2, 85  the payment of some other proportion.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[
199 2, 85  fixing of the particular ~proportion is left to the ordinance
200 2, 91  with regard to quantity of proportion, ~through not being proportionate
201 2, 128  which it ~tends, but in proportion to our own ability: for
202 2, 128  but he does ~exceed in proportion to his own ability, whereas
203 2, 128  this ~contempt exceeds the proportion to one's own ability, it
204 2, 129  magnanimous man attempts in ~proportion to his ability. In this
205 2, 131  worthy of great things ~in proportion to his ability for virtue,
206 2, 132  be done magnificently in proportion to its genus: for little
207 2, 132  his reason by ~observing proportion of expenditure to the work
208 2, 133  man fails ~to observe the proportion that reason demands between
209 2, 133  work in that it exceeds the proportion which reason requires to
210 2, 133  thus fails to observe due proportion between his expenditure
211 2, 133  a man exceeds this same ~proportion, by spending more than is
212 2, 139  certain ~moderate and fitting proportion, and this is what we understand
213 2, 143  concurrence of clarity and ~due proportion. For he states that God
214 2, 159  aims at small things in ~proportion to his mode is not magnanimous
215 2, 178  certain clarity and due proportion. Now each of these is found
216 2, 178  the ~establishing of due proportion among things belong to reason.
217 2, 186  supplying of bodily needs, in proportion to the ~excellence of spiritual
218 2, 186  of exercise, but on the proportion ~of the exercise to the
219 3, 31  had in his body ~a certain proportion of flesh and bone, which
220 3, 33  first infused into it is in proportion to the perfect quantity
221 3, 33  becoming and middle stature: in proportion to ~which was the quantity
222 3, 43  achieved in Christ was in proportion ~to the needs of the salvation
223 3, 46  according to ~quantity of proportion, so that the passion shall
224 3, 46  his life all the more in proportion as he knows it to be ~better;
225 3, 66  there is a considerable proportion of the earthly ~element,
226 3, 68  should receive a penance in proportion to their sins. But Christ'
227 3, 84  surpassing altogether the ~proportion of a human act, is conferred,
228 3, 87  right color ~or the due proportion of members, and another
229 3, 88  sins; but it must be in ~proportion thereto, so that the more
230 Suppl, 3  parts more and some less, in proportion to their relation to ~the
231 Suppl, 6  punishment may be inflicted in proportion to the offense. Now ~a man
232 Suppl, 8  punishment should be enjoined in proportion to ~the sin?~Aquin.: SMT
233 Suppl, 12 satisfied by reason of an equal proportion to something), it is evident ~
234 Suppl, 12 according to a certain proportion. Wherefore, since the very
235 Suppl, 12 denotes an equality of proportion, it is evident that ~satisfaction
236 Suppl, 13 somewhat, viz. according to proportion, for as the debt due to
237 Suppl, 18 sins are remitted in due proportion.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[
238 Suppl, 18 authority of the holy fathers in proportion to the sin." Therefore it ~
239 Suppl, 25 indulgences does ~not destroy the proportion between punishment and sin,
240 Suppl, 25 avail each individual in proportion to his faith and devotion.
241 Suppl, 35 Baptism. But as regards proportion ~of power to action, Baptism
242 Suppl, 36 take the greatest care, in proportion to the Order or ~office
243 Suppl, 43 by little and little, in proportion as the movement and ~fluctuation
244 Suppl, 49 quantitative intensity, but to its proportion to reason; ~wherefore it
245 Suppl, 50 marriage"  or through ~lack of proportion to the other party, and
246 Suppl, 64 twofold, of quantity and of proportion. ~Equality of quantity is
247 Suppl, 64 length. But equality of proportion is that which is observed ~
248 Suppl, 64 passive, there ~is the same proportion between patient and passivity
249 Suppl, 64 accordingly there is equality of proportion between them.~Aquin.: SMT
250 Suppl, 64 that they are not equal in proportion.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[
251 Suppl, 64 thus there is ~equality of proportion between them.~Aquin.: SMT
252 Suppl, 65 aspect of the end, and the ~proportion of the action to the end,
253 Suppl, 65 proviso that there be equal proportion. For if a superior is unwilling
254 Suppl, 69 he can receive wisdom in proportion ~to his thirst, endlessly
255 Suppl, 70 at a fixed distance in proportion to its power. But souls,
256 Suppl, 71 first suffrage a certain ~proportion of the punishment is taken
257 Suppl, 74 members by ~conformity of proportion (which is requisite in order
258 Suppl, 77 body correspond in full ~proportion to the soul. Since then
259 Suppl, 78 gauged according to the ~proportion of heat as expanding, and
260 Suppl, 80 Further, place corresponds in proportion to the thing placed. Now ~
261 Suppl, 81 and so there ~would be no proportion between the velocity of
262 Suppl, 81 nonglorified soul, out of all proportion so to speak. Now the ~nonglorified
263 Suppl, 81 requires in the aforesaid proportion of the mover to the ~movable,
264 Suppl, 81 quantity of which is in proportion to the mover in ~comparison
265 Suppl, 81 added to another: for ~the proportion of one total to the other
266 Suppl, 81 is not the same as the ~proportion of the lines to which an
267 Suppl, 81 there would not be the same proportion between ~one whole sensible
268 Suppl, 81 measured according to the proportion of the mover to the movable,
269 Suppl, 81 that time will bear some ~proportion to the time in which it
270 Suppl, 81 more subtle in the same proportion than ~the body which filled
271 Suppl, 83 deformed, ~because he lacks due proportion of the parts to the whole.
272 Suppl, 83 incompatible with due proportion of parts to whole. Concerning
273 Suppl, 87 organ removes the natural ~proportion of the organ to the object
274 Suppl, 87 does not remove the natural proportion whereby they are ~directed
275 Suppl, 89 intellect, there must needs be proportion between intelligible and ~
276 Suppl, 89 But there is no ~possible proportion between our intellect and
277 Suppl, 89 to a certain analogy or proportion: such is the ~likeness of
278 Suppl, 89 the meaning is that the proportion of the Divine essence to ~
279 Suppl, 89 our intellect is as the proportion of form to matter. For whenever
280 Suppl, 89 the same recipient, the proportion of one to the other, namely
281 Suppl, 89 less perfect, is as the proportion of form to matter: ~thus
282 Suppl, 89 conceive, that form is out of proportion to the Divine essence. ~
283 Suppl, 89 Although there can be no proportion between finite and ~infinite,
284 Suppl, 89 proportionateness or a likeness to proportion ~between them: for as a
285 Suppl, 89 necessary that there be proportion ~between knower and known,
286 Suppl, 89 and equality is a kind ~of proportion. Sometimes, however, the
287 Suppl, 89 then there is no need for proportion between ~knower and known,
288 Suppl, 89 2~We may also reply that proportion according to the strict
289 Suppl, 92 required among them is one of ~proportion, so that one receive from
290 Suppl, 93 neither in ~arithmetical proportion, since sixty exceeds thirty
291 Suppl, 93 forty; nor in geometrical proportion, since ~sixty is twice thirty
292 Appen1, 1 would be punished out of proportion to his ~guilt, for sensible
293 Appen1, 2 Now ~there is the same proportion between severer punishment
