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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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extreme

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1 1, 10 | according to the ~words "To extreme heat they will pass from 2 1, 13 | apprehending ~"non-being" as an extreme. The same is true of relations 3 1, 13 | sometimes a relation in one extreme may be a reality, while 4 1, 13 | reality, while in ~the other extreme it is an idea only; and 5 1, 48 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, each extreme of two contraries is a nature. 6 1, 50 | the medium compared to one extreme appears to be the other ~ 7 1, 50 | appears to be the other ~extreme, as what is tepid compared 8 1, 53 | thought can pass from one extreme to another without going ~ 9 1, 53 | can an angel pass from one extreme to another without going 10 1, 53 | angel cannot pass from one extreme to another without ~passing 11 1, 53 | for him to ~pass from one extreme to another without going 12 1, 53 | evident thus. Between the two extreme limits there are infinite ~ 13 1, 53 | actual passing from one extreme to the other, without going ~ 14 1, 54 | differ ~from them; because extreme is farther from extreme 15 1, 54 | extreme is farther from extreme than the middle is. ~But 16 1, 55 | Reply OBJ 2: To go from one extreme to the other it is necessary 17 1, 68 | this to be proved by ~the extreme cold of Saturn owing to 18 1, 71 | Nature passes from one extreme to another through the ~ 19 1, 49 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, each extreme of two contraries is a nature. 20 1, 51 | the medium compared to one extreme appears to be the other ~ 21 1, 51 | appears to be the other ~extreme, as what is tepid compared 22 1, 54 | thought can pass from one extreme to another without going ~ 23 1, 54 | can an angel pass from one extreme to another without going 24 1, 54 | angel cannot pass from one extreme to another without ~passing 25 1, 54 | for him to ~pass from one extreme to another without going 26 1, 54 | evident thus. Between the two extreme limits there are infinite 27 1, 54 | actual passing from one extreme to the other, without going ~ 28 1, 55 | differ ~from them; because extreme is farther from extreme 29 1, 55 | extreme is farther from extreme than the middle is. ~But 30 1, 56 | Reply OBJ 2: To go from one extreme to the other it is necessary 31 1, 69 | this to be proved by ~the extreme cold of Saturn owing to 32 1, 71 | Nature passes from one extreme to another through the ~ 33 1, 90 | where heat and cold ~are extreme, but only in temperate regions. 34 1, 101 | equator - a situation of ~extreme heat, since twice in the 35 1, 107 | medium compared to ~one extreme seems like the other, as 36 2, 43 | already being executed is ~extreme. But such like do not fear 37 2, 46 | moderation and approaches to an extreme disposition, are ~naturally 38 2, 60 | causes ~movement from one extreme and movement towards the 39 2, 64 | incompatible with that which is extreme. Now the ~nature of virtue 40 2, 64 | virtue is to be something extreme; for it is stated in De 41 2, 64 | through tending to something extreme. Now some moral virtues ~ 42 2, 64 | by tending to something extreme; thus virginity, which ~ 43 2, 64 | sexual pleasure, observes the extreme, and is the most ~perfect 44 2, 64 | holds the position of one extreme, viz. conformity; while ~ 45 2, 64 | the position of the other extreme, viz. deformity. ~But if 46 2, 64 | proper matter: "but it is an extreme in reference to the ~'best' 47 2, 64 | hinders something from being extreme ~in a particular virtue 48 2, 64 | virtues, ~we shall call it an extreme and a maximum: but if we 49 2, 64 | magnanimous man observes the extreme ~in quantity, but the mean 50 2, 97 | enactment; or from ~the extreme urgency of the case, due 51 2, 102 | such as ~Confirmation, Extreme Unction, and Matrimony, 52 2, 102 | applies to the sacrament of Extreme ~Unction, which is an immediate 53 2, 23 | which consists in something extreme receives no ~increase. But 54 2, 23 | charity consists in something extreme, being the greatest ~of 55 2, 23 | Charity consists in an extreme with regard to its object, ~ 56 2, 23 | charity ~consists in an extreme, as regards the intensity 57 2, 29 | to succor a ~stranger, in extreme necessity, rather than one' 58 2, 29 | Nevertheless in a case of extreme urgency it would be lawful 59 2, 30 | alms to one whose need is extreme: otherwise almsgiving, like 60 2, 30 | that he does ~not suffer extreme inconvenience. Thirdly, 61 2, 30 | when he is in presence of ~extreme indigence in an individual, 62 2, 30 | to succor one who is in ~extreme need, as appears from the 63 2, 30 | common property in a case of extreme ~necessity. Hence one who 64 2, 30 | the poor man who is in extreme necessity.~Aquin.: SMT SS 65 2, 30 | reason: except in a case of extreme necessity, when it would 66 2, 31 | right way to go from one extreme to another is to ~pass through 67 2, 47 | 11, ~is cognizant of an extreme, i.e. of some primary singular 68 2, 60 | must be made in cases of extreme need, for then he ~could 69 2, 64 | Apostolici' are those who with extreme arrogance have given themselves ~ 70 2, 64 | s property in a case of extreme need: because that which 71 2, 102 | there is no going from ~extreme to extreme, except through 72 2, 102 | no going from ~extreme to extreme, except through that which 73 2, 107 | virtue inclines to the one extreme rather than to ~the other, 74 2, 107 | mean is nearer to the ~one extreme than to the other: thus 75 2, 107 | truth is not nearer to one extreme than to the ~other; because 76 2, 116 | and to prodigality as ~extreme. But neither is liberality 77 2, 121 | word ~virtue refers to the extreme limit of a power. Now a 78 2, 121 | virtue," as denoting the extreme ~limit of such a power, 79 2, 121 | well. But as denoting ~the extreme limit of power in the first 80 2, 121 | fear of death is about ~an extreme, since it is the greatest 81 2, 121 | should regard something ~extreme: and the most fearful of 82 2, 121 | Reply OBJ 3: In virtues the extreme consists in exceeding right 83 2, 124 | But one mean has only one extreme on the one side. Since then 84 2, 127 | and that it regards the extreme limit of that power, as 85 2, 127 | the mean but the greater ~extreme: because the "magnanimous 86 2, 129 | For one mean has only one extreme opposed to it on the one 87 2, 132 | observes not the mean, but the extreme. Therefore ~it is not a 88 2, 132 | virtue in ~relation to the extreme limit of a thing's power," 89 2, 132 | magnificence observes the extreme, if we ~consider the quantity 90 2, 150 | quantity he goes to the extreme, but in point of ~becomingness 91 2, 160 | the aversion, pride has extreme gravity, because in other 92 2, 162 | chiefly on account of the ~extreme heat in the middle zone 93 2, 162 | caused by, for instance, extreme heat or cold. Secondly, 94 2, 166 | some play-actor were in extreme need, in which case one 95 2, 184 | poverty seems to go to the extreme ~rather than to observe 96 2, 185 | dogmatic proof, and with extreme daring, inspired with a ~ 97 3, 2 | equiparance, is no more to one extreme than to the other, whereas 98 3, 26 | to be distant from each extreme: while it unites by communicating 99 3, 28 | tantamount to an imputation of extreme presumption ~in Joseph, 100 3, 35 | that on the part of ~one extreme there is one relation, whereas 101 3, 40 | poverty, and have avoided extreme poverty.~Aquin.: SMT TP 102 3, 41 | Christ. But it savors of extreme ~austerity that He should 103 3, 41 | for Christ not to adopt an extreme form of ~austere life in 104 3, 41 | led the temptation to ~the extreme height of pride, saying: " 105 3, 44 | question is foolish in the extreme," because such things cannot 106 3, 65 | corresponding to Confirmation and Extreme ~Unction. Therefore these 107 3, 65 | spiritual life there is ~Extreme Unction, which removes the 108 3, 65 | committed after baptism; Extreme Unction, against the remainders 109 3, 65 | remedy ~against original sin; Extreme Unction, to Hope, being 110 3, 65 | secondarily to Penance and Extreme Unction. And perfecting, 111 3, 65 | be strengthened; while in Extreme Unction man ~is prepared 112 3, 65 | Some, however, hold that Extreme Unction is ~ordained against 113 3, 65 | of all the sacraments, Extreme Unction is nearest to the ~ 114 3, 65 | harm; such are Penance and Extreme ~Unction: while, of these, 115 3, 65 | Unction: while, of these, Extreme Unction is naturally placed 116 3, 65 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Extreme Unction, for this very reason, 117 3, 65 | sacrament. By Penance and Extreme Unction man is prepared 118 3, 65 | sacraments of Penance ~and Extreme Unction are on a degree 119 3, 65 | defects. And among these, Extreme Unction is compared ~to 120 3, 65 | more necessary, whereas Extreme Unction is more perfect.~ 121 3, 65 | Confirmation perfects Baptism; Extreme Unction perfects Penance; 122 3, 66 | Eucharist; (4) Penance; (5) Extreme Unction; (6) ~Order; (7) 123 3, 67 | baptize, except in cases of extreme urgency, when the aforesaid 124 3, 75 | in none of them can one extreme be ~predicated of the other 125 3, 75 | it is not said that one extreme can be the other, as that ~" 126 3, 75 | only the opposite or the extreme, as when it is said - "out 127 3, 78 | when in the sacrament of Extreme Unction ~it is said, "By 128 3, 84 | Ghost is bestowed, and in Extreme Unction, which ~confers 129 3, 84 | Baptism, Confirmation, and Extreme Unction; ~whereas this sacrament 130 3, 85 | but rather goes to the extreme, ~according to Jer. 6:26: " 131 3, 85 | Further, withdrawal from one extreme seems to precede approach 132 3, 85 | movements withdrawal from one extreme ~precedes approach to the 133 3, 87 | and so, by the ~Eucharist, Extreme Unction, and by all the 134 Suppl, 6 | and that about receiving Extreme ~Unction (James 5:14,16). 135 Suppl, 8 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Extreme Unction is ordained against 136 Suppl, 8 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Extreme Unction is not given directly 137 Suppl, 8 | it is lawful in a case of extreme necessity, for a man to 138 Suppl, 18| see that the sacrament of Extreme ~Unction is not repeated 139 Suppl, 28| such as the Eucharist, Extreme Unction and the like. But 140 Suppl, 29| XP Q[29] Out. Para. 1/2 - EXTREME UNCTION (QQ[29]-33)~OF EXTREME 141 Suppl, 29| EXTREME UNCTION (QQ[29]-33)~OF EXTREME UNCTION, AS REGARDS ITS 142 Suppl, 29| consider the sacrament of Extreme Unction: in respect of ~ 143 Suppl, 29| of inquiry:~(1) Whether Extreme Unction is a sacrament?~( 144 Suppl, 29| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Extreme Unction is a sacrament?~ 145 Suppl, 29| OBJ 1: It would seem that Extreme Unction is not a sacrament. 146 Suppl, 29| Therefore neither is the Extreme ~Unction of the sick with 147 Suppl, 29| But there was no figure of Extreme Unction in ~the Old Law. 148 Suppl, 29| enlightening, or perfecting. Now ~Extreme Unction does not aim at 149 Suppl, 29| the ~Eucharist. Therefore Extreme Unction is not a sacrament.~ 150 Suppl, 29| life. Now no other than ~Extreme Unction does this for those 151 Suppl, 29| spiritual ~remedies. Now Extreme Unction is a spiritual remedy, 152 Suppl, 29| taken away." Since ~then Extreme Unction reaches to this 153 Suppl, 29| thereto, it is evident that Extreme Unction is not a sacramental 154 Suppl, 29| unction is not a sacrament as Extreme ~Unction is.~Aquin.: SMT 155 Suppl, 29| Dionysius makes no mention of Extreme Unction, as neither ~of 156 Suppl, 29| recipients. Nevertheless since Extreme ~Unction confers grace and 157 Suppl, 29| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Extreme Unction is one sacrament?~ 158 Suppl, 29| OBJ 1: It would seem that Extreme Unction is not one sacrament. 159 Suppl, 29| the case might occur that Extreme Unction could not be conferred 160 Suppl, 29| with the others. Therefore Extreme Unction is not ~one sacrament.~ 161 Suppl, 29| the several unctions in Extreme Unction are also one ~sacrament.~ 162 Suppl, 29| again ~with fresh matter, in Extreme Unction he cannot begin 163 Suppl, 29| But no ~mention is made of Extreme Unction. Therefore it was 164 Suppl, 29| away with the sacrament of Extreme Unction. Therefore the apostles 165 Suppl, 29| by the apostles, such ~as Extreme Unction and Confirmation. 166 Suppl, 29| and orders, rather than of Extreme ~Unction and Confirmation, 167 Suppl, 29| recipient of Penance ~and Extreme Unction, since there was 168 Suppl, 29| more perfect sacrament than Extreme ~Unction. But, so far as 169 Suppl, 29| therefore does the ~matter of Extreme Unction need to be sanctified.~ 170 Suppl, 30| of inquiry:~(1) Whether Extreme Unction avails for the remission 171 Suppl, 30| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Extreme Unction avails for the remission 172 Suppl, 30| OBJ 1: It would seem that Extreme Unction does not avail for 173 Suppl, 30| required in the recipient of Extreme ~Unction for the remission 174 Suppl, 30| sins are not remitted by ~Extreme Unction.~Aquin.: SMT XP 175 Suppl, 30| the remnants of sin. Now Extreme Unction does ~not remit 176 Suppl, 30| by no means the effect of Extreme Unction.~Aquin.: SMT XP 177 Suppl, 30| instantaneously. On the other hand, Extreme Unction is not done all 178 Suppl, 30| of sins. Therefore since Extreme Unction is a sacrament ~ 179 Suppl, 30| spiritual resurrection, so Extreme Unction ~is a spiritual 180 Suppl, 30| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Extreme Unction remits sin in some 181 Suppl, 30| consists outwardly. Therefore Extreme Unction ~signifies and causes 182 Suppl, 30| bodily cleansing, so too, Extreme Unction has the effect ~ 183 Suppl, 30| always ~causes it, whereas Extreme Unction causes a bodily 184 Suppl, 30| imprints a character so does Extreme ~Unction.~Aquin.: SMT XP 185 Suppl, 30| the present Church. But Extreme Unction is given to one 186 Suppl, 32| sacrament is called by all Extreme Unction. Now it ~is not 187 Suppl, 32| necessary sacrament, while Extreme Unction ~is not.~Aquin.: 188 Suppl, 32| body. It is different with Extreme ~Unction for the reason 189 Suppl, 33| Neither, therefore, should Extreme Unction, whereby a man is ~ 190 Suppl, 33| nothing comes after what is extreme. But this unction is ~called 191 Suppl, 33| this unction is ~called extreme. Therefore it should not 192 Suppl, 33| 2: What men think to be extreme is not always extreme in ~ 193 Suppl, 33| be extreme is not always extreme in ~reality. It is thus 194 Suppl, 33| this sacrament is called Extreme Unction, ~because it ought 195 Suppl, 37| namely Baptism, ~Penance, and Extreme Unction.~Aquin.: SMT XP 196 Suppl, 39| above ~(Q[32], A[2]) that in Extreme Unction it is necessary 197 Suppl, 44| identically the same in each extreme. Neither therefore is there 198 Suppl, 54| since the distance from one ~extreme to the other is the same 199 Suppl, 55| from a movement in ~each extreme, for instance fatherhood 200 Suppl, 55| from the movement of one extreme without any movement previous 201 Suppl, 55| concomitant of the other extreme; as in the Creator and the 202 Suppl, 55| the ~relation is in one extreme really and in the other 203 Suppl, 55| from the movement of one extreme ~without any concomitant 204 Suppl, 56| sacraments, for ~instance from Extreme Unction. Much less therefore 205 Suppl, 82| subject, since "light is the extreme point of visibility in an ~ 206 Suppl, 91| damned wherein there is extreme deformity. ~Aquin.: SMT 207 Appen2, 1| bringing a man forthwith to the extreme of evils.~Aquin.: SMT XP


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