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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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proportion

    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 1-1/2; 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| non-glorified soul, out of all proportion so to speak. Now the ~non-glorified 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


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