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angered 11
angle 11
angles 12
angry 175
anguish 7
anim 21
anima 435
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176 earthly
176 opposition
176 sentence
175 angry
175 wishes
174 106
174 conclusion
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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angry

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | The Lord was exceeding ~angry with His people" (Ps. 105: 2 1, 3 | properly the act of an ~angry man, God's punishment is 3 1, 19 | with us it is usual for an angry man to ~punish, so that 4 1, 81 | part from "irasci" [to be angry]. But there is a concupiscence ~ 5 1, 83 | as ~when we are asleep or angry: yet we cannot discern by 6 1, 116 | as appears when a man is angry or afraid: indeed this change ~ 7 2, 24 | the man who fears or is angry, is not ~praised . . . or 8 2, 24 | blamed, but the man who is angry in a certain way, i.e. ~ 9 2, 25 | evil done to us; when the angry man ~has achieved this he 10 2, 25 | from daring: for no ~one is angry while seeking vengeance, 11 2, 32 | scolding others, or, if he be angry, in ~punishing them, as 12 2, 32 | above. It is pleasant to ~an angry man to punish, in so far 13 2, 44 | the same in those who ~are angry and those who are afraid. 14 2, 44 | afraid. For in those who are angry, by reason ~of the heat 15 2, 44 | the ~result being that an angry man is quick and brave in 16 2, 46 | says (Rhet. ii, 2), "the angry man hopes to punish; since 17 2, 46 | anger; for when a man is angry, he wishes ~to be avenged 18 2, 46 | yet they are seen ~to be angry. Therefore anger does not 19 2, 46 | use of reason, do not get angry: but those who are slightly 20 2, 46 | are slightly drunk, do get angry, through being still able, 21 2, 46 | natural to man, both to be angry and to be gentle: ~in so 22 2, 46 | anger, in so far as the angry man ~"does not listen perfectly 23 2, 46 | suffer evil: whereas the angry man is not satisfied unless ~ 24 2, 46 | whom he hates, so ~does the angry man wish evil to him with 25 2, 46 | evil to him with whom he is angry. But there is a ~difference 26 2, 46 | enemy, as evil, ~whereas the angry man wishes evil to him with 27 2, 46 | evil to him with whom he is angry, not as ~evil but in so 28 2, 46 | to the estimate of ~the angry man, then he has mercy. 29 2, 46 | Rhet. ~ii, 4) that "the angry man is appeased if many 30 2, 46 | OBJ 2: As stated above, an angry man wishes evil to someone, 31 2, 46 | fault. ~Consequently an angry man desires this, that the 32 2, 46 | And yet sometimes one is angry with irrational beings; ~ 33 2, 46 | But sometimes a man is angry ~with himself; for instance, 34 2, 46 | written (Ps. 4:5): "Be ye angry and sin not." Therefore 35 2, 46 | vengeance sought by the ~angry man, it is evident that 36 2, 46 | it is impossible to be angry with insensible things, 37 2, 46 | is, above all, what ~the angry man seeks in those with 38 2, 46 | in those with whom he is angry: and because there is ~no 39 2, 46 | and consequently, to be angry with himself. But properly, 40 2, 46 | of things, a man is never angry with himself.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 46 | Mt. 5:22): "Whosoever is angry with his brother" [thus 42 2, 46 | part of that which the ~angry man seeks, viz. vengeance; 43 2, 46 | Ethic. iv, 5) calls some angry persons {akrocholoi} ~[choleric], 44 2, 47 | against the one ~who is angry?~(2) Whether slight or contempt 45 2, 47 | anger on the part of the angry person;~(4) Of the cause 46 2, 47 | person with whom one is ~angry.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 47 2, 47 | against the one who ~is angry?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 48 2, 47 | done against the one who is angry. Because man, by sinning, 49 2, 47 | God is spoken of ~as being angry with man on account of sin, 50 2, 47 | The ~Lord was exceedingly angry with His people." Therefore 51 2, 47 | against him, that a man is angry.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 52 2, 47 | Therefore we are not always ~angry on account of something 53 2, 47 | says (Rhet. ii, 2) man is angry ~especially with those " 54 2, 47 | who study philosophy are angry with those who despise ~ 55 2, 47 | done to us that makes us ~angry.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 56 2, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: If we are angry with those who harm others, 57 2, 47 | Orth. ii, 16) that we are angry "when ~we suffer, or think 58 2, 47 | the only ~motive for being angry.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 59 2, 47 | ii, ~3) that "men are not angry - if they think they have 60 2, 47 | Wherefore we are most ~of all angry with those who, in our opinion, 61 2, 47 | passion, either we are not angry with them at all, or very 62 2, 47 | contempt; wherefore we are angry with them most of all. ~ 63 2, 47 | that "we are either not angry at ~all, or not very angry 64 2, 47 | angry at ~all, or not very angry with those who have acted 65 2, 47 | certain superiority, and is angry with anything ~derogatory 66 2, 47 | is the cause of his being angry?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 67 2, 47 | of his ~being more easily angry. For the Philosopher says ( 68 2, 47 | ii, 2) that ~"some are angry especially when they are 69 2, 47 | very ~much inclined to be angry when they are despised for 70 2, 47 | is a cause of a man being angry.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 71 2, 47 | ii, 3) that "men are not angry ~when they play, make jokes, 72 2, 47 | anger, in the man who is angry, may be taken ~in two ways. 73 2, 47 | matter, ~are most of all angry, if they be slighted in 74 2, 47 | anger, in the man who is angry, may be considered ~on the 75 2, 47 | has ~more reason for being angry: unless perhaps he thinks 76 2, 47 | reason for being more easily angry with ~him?~Aquin.: SMT FS 77 2, 47 | reason for being ~more easily angry with him. For the Philosopher 78 2, 47 | ii, 3) that ~"we are not angry with those who confess and 79 2, 47 | a reason for being less angry with ~him.~Aquin.: SMT FS 80 2, 47 | towards him. But we are more angry with friends, if they offend 81 2, 47 | reason for being more easily angry with him.~Aquin.: SMT FS 82 2, 47 | that "the rich man ~is angry with the poor man, if the 83 2, 47 | like manner ~the prince is angry with his subject."~Aquin.: 84 2, 47 | person with whom we are angry, tends to increase our ~ 85 2, 47 | despising. Thus ~a nobleman is angry if he be insulted by a peasant; 86 2, 47 | this is chiefly what the angry seek in those with whom 87 2, 47 | failing to ~help, we are angry with them for the same reason 88 2, 47 | reason for which we are angry ~with those who are beneath 89 2, 48 | we may gather that the angry man derives pleasure from 90 2, 48 | it becomes present to the angry man in two ways: in one ~ 91 2, 48 | by hope; because none is angry except he hopes for vengeance, 92 2, 48 | pleasant. Accordingly an angry man takes pleasure in thinking 93 2, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The angry man does not grieve and 94 2, 48 | anger, those chiefly who are angry betray signs thereof in ~ 95 2, 48 | Consequently if a man being already angry with one, becomes angry 96 2, 48 | angry with one, becomes angry with ~another, by this very 97 2, 48 | Ethic. vii, 6) that "an ~angry man is not cunning but is 98 2, 48 | ii, 2) that "men are more angry if they receive ~unwonted 99 2, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: An angry man is said to be open, 100 2, 48 | where He says: "Whosoever is angry with his brother"; and " . ~. . 101 2, 57 | whether he be joyful or angry: even ~as neither does this 102 2, 72 | the same motive. For the angry ~man, through desire of 103 2, 88 | of one's neighbor, if the angry ~movement tend to a hurt 104 2, 88 | hand, the hurt to which the angry movement tends, is a ~sin 105 2, 88 | for instance, if a man be angry with someone, so ~as to 106 2, 100 | Mt. 5:22: "Whosoever is angry with his brother, ~shall 107 2, 6 | may not be broken; are you angry at Me because I have healed ~ 108 2, 32 | such as, Thou shalt not be angry, Thou shalt ~not desire, 109 2, 38 | saying (Jn. 7:23): "Are you angry at Me ~because I have healed 110 2, 39 | desire of ~vengeance: for the angry man is not content to hurt 111 2, 53 | from hatred, because ~the angry man desires to harm manifestly, 112 2, 58 | despises another, or is angry with or envious of him, 113 2, 70 | the easiest way for the angry man to take revenge on ~ 114 2, 70 | to reason": wherefore an angry man suffers a defect of ~ 115 2, 70 | Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 4) "an angry man ~seeks an open offense, 116 2, 114 | written (Prov. 26:21): "An angry man stirreth up ~strife." 117 2, 120 | ruler of the synagogue being angry that He had healed on the ~ 118 2, 120 | written (Jn. ~7:23): "Are you angry at Me because I have healed 119 2, 123 | nor blame those who are angry or ~afraid, but only those 120 2, 154 | somewhat of reason, since the angry man tends to avenge the 121 2, 154 | to anger is more readily angry than one ~who is disposed 122 2, 154 | with ~pleasure, whereas the angry man works as though forced 123 2, 156 | Whether it is lawful to be angry?~(2) Whether anger is a 124 2, 156 | Whether it is lawful to be angry?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 125 2, 156 | it cannot be lawful to be angry. For Jerome in ~his exposition 126 2, 156 | Mt. 5:22, "Whosoever is angry with his brother," etc. ~ 127 2, 156 | it is nowise lawful to be angry.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 128 2, 156 | whatever cause it arises, ~the angry passion boils over and blinds 129 2, 156 | it is always evil to be angry.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 130 2, 156 | it would seem that to be angry is always an evil.~Aquin.: 131 2, 156 | 12:18. Therefore to be angry is ~always an evil.~Aquin.: 132 2, 156 | Chrysostom] says: "He that is angry without cause, ~shall be 133 2, 156 | in danger; but he that is angry with cause, shall not be 134 2, 156 | unchecked." Therefore to be angry is not always an evil.~Aquin.: 135 2, 156 | anger, when, to wit, one is angry, more or less than right 136 2, 156 | demands. But if one is angry in accordance with right 137 2, 156 | the anger whereby one is angry with ~one's neighbor, with 138 2, 156 | gloss ~on Ps. 4:5, "Be ye angry and sin not," says: "The 139 2, 156 | Ethic. vii, 6) that ~"the angry man acts with displeasure." 140 2, 156 | contrary to man's nature to be angry, ~and it is the natural 141 2, 156 | Anton. Monach.] that "to be angry is ~the property of man." 142 2, 156 | Therefore it is not a sin to be angry.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 143 2, 156 | relation to the mode of being angry, namely that the movement 144 2, 156 | that "it is he ~who is angry in a certain way, that is 145 2, 156 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The angry man desires the evil of 146 2, 156 | the Philosopher that "the angry man acts ~with displeasure," 147 2, 156 | displeased, not with his being angry, ~but with the injury which 148 2, 156 | Mt. 5:22): "Whosoever is angry with his brother shall be 149 2, 156 | Mt. 5:22, "Whosoever is angry with his brother," etc. 150 2, 156 | gloss on Ps. 4:5, "Be ye angry and sin not," says: ~"Anger 151 2, 156 | inordinate in the mode of being angry, for ~instance, if one be 152 2, 156 | if one be too fiercely angry inwardly, or if one exceed 153 2, 156 | repulsive than the ~look of an angry man, and nothing uglier 154 2, 156 | to an undue mode of being angry. As to the appetible ~object 155 2, 156 | desire of his own glory, the angry man desires another's evil ~ 156 2, 156 | the aspect of which the angry man ~desires an evil, anger 157 2, 156 | good of justice, which the angry man desires, is better than 158 2, 156 | regards the mode of ~being angry, anger would seem to have 159 2, 156 | where he says that some angry persons ~are "choleric," 160 2, 156 | Mt. 5:22): "Whosoever is angry with his brother, shall 161 2, 156 | choleric" persons, who are angry too quickly and for any 162 2, 156 | this He says: "Whosoever is angry with ~his brother." The 163 2, 156 | brother, Raca!" which is an ~angry exclamation. The third degree 164 2, 156 | gloss on Prov. 29:22, "An angry [Douay: 'passionate'] ~man 165 2, 156 | person with whom a man is angry, and whom he deems unworthy ~[ 166 2, 156 | Chrysostom] says: "He who is not angry, ~whereas he has cause to 167 2, 156 | passion": and when a man is angry with reason, his ~anger 168 2, 156 | said to judge, not to be ~angry. In another way anger is 169 2, 156 | anger when he ought to be ~angry, imitates God as to lack 170 2, 157 | 4) that "a man who is ~angry without being hurt, or with 171 2, 184 | commit any sins, God is less angry with them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 172 3, 19 | remember, to ~desire and to be angry. Now between these operations 173 3, 21 | though unwilling, is often angry; though ~unwilling, is sad; 174 3, 88 | 34) that "his lord being angry, ~delivered him" (whose 175 Suppl, 96| said: "Will God then be angry for ever? [*Vulg.: 'Will


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