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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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punishments

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1 1, 65 | since ~equal rewards or punishments are due to equal merit or 2 1, 76 | distinction ~of rewards and punishments.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 3 1, 66 | since ~equal rewards or punishments are due to equal merit or 4 1, 75 | distinction ~of rewards and punishments.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 5 1, 82 | prohibitions, rewards, and punishments would be in vain. In ~order 6 1, 102 | prohibitions, rewards and punishments. But ~irrational creatures 7 2, 43 | instance, through fear of God's punishments, man keeps His commandments, ~ 8 2, 67 | will be a succession of ~punishments, so that the notion of something 9 2, 69 | OBJ 2: Further, certain punishments are set down in opposition 10 2, 69 | mourn and weep." ~Now these punishments do not refer to this life, 11 2, 72 | judge, who imposes ~various punishments according to the various 12 2, 79 | withholding ~of grace, are punishments, and therefore, in this 13 2, 79 | incurs ~them, even as other punishments.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 14 2, 81 | necessity ~of dying are punishments of original sin. Therefore 15 2, 81 | provided by the mother, not as punishments, ~but as actual defects. 16 2, 85 | reckons "two ~things to be punishments inflicted on the soul of 17 2, 85 | consequent bodily defects are punishments of original sin. And although ~ 18 2, 85 | God Who inflicts them as punishments.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 19 2, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, just punishments are from God, as Augustine 20 2, 87 | Ezech.) that some sins are ~punishments of others.~Aquin.: SMT FS 21 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "punishments are a kind of medicine" ( 22 2, 87 | Accordingly the eternal punishments inflicted by God on the 23 2, 87 | reprobate, ~are medicinal punishments for those who refrain from 24 2, 87 | through the ~thought of those punishments, according to Ps. 59:6: " 25 2, 87 | God does not delight in punishments for their own sake; but ~ 26 2, 87 | this were the case, the punishments of all mortal ~sins would 27 2, 87 | more, therefore, will the ~punishments of all other sins be everlasting.~ 28 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, "Punishments are a kind of medicine" ( 29 2, 87 | baptized, ~suffer grievous punishments, fevers, for instance, diabolical 30 2, 87 | since such like are not punishments properly speaking, they ~ 31 2, 87 | are the effects and the punishments of original ~sin, as stated 32 2, 87 | body itself, are medicinal punishments intended for the ~health 33 2, 87 | should not have ~such like punishments inflicted on one for another' 34 2, 87 | With regard to spiritual punishments, these are not merely medicinal, ~ 35 2, 87 | Auxilium, ccl.], such like punishments are not inflicted on one 36 2, 87 | referred to ~temporal or bodily punishments, in so far as children are 37 2, 87 | be ~referred to spiritual punishments, they must be understood 38 2, 87 | can see their ~children's punishments so as to grieve for them.~ 39 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The punishments which human justice inflicts 40 2, 87 | because the examples and ~the punishments that occur in one's own 41 2, 87 | is not deterred by their ~punishments, he would seem to be the 42 2, 88 | to the pain of fire, the punishments ~may perhaps not be improportionate 43 2, 89 | think, he ~deserveth worse punishments . . . who hath esteemed 44 2, 99 | who observe the Law, ~and punishments for those who transgress; 45 2, 99 | ordinances also which refer to punishments and ~rewards may be called " 46 2, 99 | not suitably set forth ~as punishments or rewards of the commandments 47 2, 99 | its precepts by means of punishments and ~rewards. Now it is 48 2, 99 | of temporal rewards or ~punishments to be inflicted by men: 49 2, 99 | men ~by meas of rewards or punishments to be received from God. 50 2, 100 | means of the threat of ~punishments. But all the precepts of 51 2, 100 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Punishments are necessary against those 52 2, 105 | Yet ~the Law fixed unequal punishments for certain faults: for 53 2, 105 | Therefore the Law ~prescribed punishments in an unreasonable manner.~ 54 2, 105 | inflicted the two other ~punishments, viz. "exile" and "slavery."~ 55 2, 105 | and it appointed certain punishments to ~certain crimes, as we 56 2, 105 | habitual sin except by severe ~punishments. Thirdly, on account of 57 2, 106 | think, he deserveth worse punishments, ~who hath trodden underfoot 58 2, 114 | punished by God with temporal ~punishments, as appears from the Sodomites, 59 2, 114 | these evils they are not punishments but ~medicines as stated 60 2, 7 | with regard to rewards and punishments, ~concerning which faith 61 2, 7 | makes us appreciate ~the punishments which He intends to inflict 62 2, 10 | think, he deserveth worse punishments, who hath trodden under 63 2, 12 | damned are undergoing these punishments, so ~that they abhor them 64 2, 12 | they could, and hate the punishments inflicted on them for those 65 2, 18 | to have reference to the punishments ~inflicted by the secular 66 2, 18 | secular power. Now such like punishments incite us to ~good actions, 67 2, 18 | fear whereby we fear His punishments. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 68 2, 26 | from Him, or even by the punishments which we are minded to ~ 69 2, 31 | also to correct by means of punishments.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 70 2, 32 | hates God the author ~of punishments. For many hate the punishments 71 2, 32 | punishments. For many hate the punishments inflicted on them, and yet ~ 72 2, 32 | God when He inflicts those punishments, is to hate God's very ~ 73 2, 37 | 105], A[2], ad 9), because punishments are medicines ~intended 74 2, 37 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The punishments of the present life are 75 2, 42 | justice, through fear of His punishments; and an ~untrue faith draws 76 2, 59 | justice, for instance, in punishments; ~thus a man who strikes 77 2, 59 | apportioned ~to merits, and punishments to sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 78 2, 63 | can inflict irreparable punishments ~such as death and mutilation. 79 2, 63 | exercised by inflicting lesser ~punishments, for instance by blows, 80 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The punishments of this life are medicinal 81 2, 66 | punishment of his crime. Now the punishments of this life are sought, 82 2, 76 | were strictly forbidden and punishments ~appointed for them. Wherefore 83 2, 97 | answer that, In the award of punishments two points must be ~considered. 84 2, 97 | considered is utility. For punishments are inflicted as medicines, ~ 85 2, 97 | sacrilege, at least by temporal punishments.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[99] A[ 86 2, 98 | are sentenced to other ~punishments, namely, infamy and deposition, 87 2, 106 | should be wrought by means of punishments customary ~among men?~Aquin.: 88 2, 106 | be wrought by means of ~punishments customary among men. For 89 2, 106 | 1~On the contrary, These punishments are fixed by the divine 90 2, 106 | divine judgment. But the punishments of this life are more of 91 2, 106 | own. Such are many of the punishments ~inflicted by God in this 92 2, 146 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These punishments are to be referred to the 93 2, 148 | to the laity." Now such punishments are ~not inflicted save 94 2, 162 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE PUNISHMENTS OF THE FIRST MAN'S SIN ( 95 2, 162 | We must now consider the punishments of the first sin; and under 96 2, 162 | 2) the other particular punishments mentioned in Genesis. ~( 97 2, 162 | OBJ 6: Further, seemingly, punishments are not meritorious, since 98 2, 162 | present life. Wherefore these punishments need not be ~equal in those 99 2, 162 | 1~Whether the particular punishments of our first parents are 100 2, 162 | seem that the particular punishments of our first ~parents are 101 2, 162 | Therefore these are unsuitable punishments of ~the first sin.~Aquin.: 102 2, 162 | Therefore these are not suitable punishments of the ~first sin.~Aquin.: 103 2, 162 | from sin. ~Therefore the punishments resulting from our first 104 2, 162 | 1~On the contrary, These punishments were appointed by God, Who 105 2, 162 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: These punishments affect all somewhat. For 106 2, 162 | outweighs the ~aforesaid punishments. Likewise whoever tills 107 2, 184 | believer "deserveth worse punishments" who through contempt tramples ~ 108 3, 55 | stirred to emulation. But the punishments and rewards of the future 109 3, 59 | allotment of rewards and ~punishments. But rewards and punishments 110 3, 59 | punishments. But rewards and punishments are allotted in this present ~ 111 3, 59 | furthermore as to the accidental ~punishments of the devils wherewith 112 3, 68 | think, he deserveth worse punishments, who hath . . . ~esteemed 113 3, 69 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: In punishments inflicted by a human tribunal, 114 3, 85 | sinner, on ~account of the punishments which servile fear regards, 115 Suppl, 2 | contrite on account of his ~punishments also.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] 116 Suppl, 2 | contrition is sorrow ~for punishments also.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] 117 Suppl, 3 | God. Again, among all the ~punishments of malice a certain order 118 Suppl, 3 | good, the greatest ~of all punishments will be separation from 119 Suppl, 3 | with punishment, that some ~punishments are inseparable from offense 120 Suppl, 3 | we separate from these ~punishments the notion of offense, and 121 Suppl, 8 | think, he deserveth worse punishments," etc. ~And yet it is not 122 Suppl, 12| Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 3) ~"punishments are medicinal." Wherefore 123 Suppl, 15| Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 3) punishments are ~medicinal.~Aquin.: 124 Suppl, 15| does not delight in our punishments as such, yet ~He does, in 125 Suppl, 18| virtue of the keys, the punishments due to ~various sins are 126 Suppl, 18| Moreover, since ~satisfactory punishments are medicinal, just as the 127 Suppl, 18| science, so the satisfactory punishments appointed by the ~canons 128 Suppl, 19| suspension and degradation are ~punishments. Therefore, since a man 129 Suppl, 19| remove matter, as certain ~punishments do: so that punishment is 130 Suppl, 21| severe punishment, ~and since punishments are intended as remedies, 131 Suppl, 21| to him, but good: since punishments are remedies, as stated ~ 132 Suppl, 21| speaking of sin not of its punishments, which can ~be inflicted 133 Suppl, 22| a healing medicine. ~Now punishments and medicines are repeated 134 Suppl, 25| whereby a multitude of ~punishments would have been paid, had 135 Suppl, 26| Further, none can remit punishments fixed by law, save the one ~ 136 Suppl, 26| power to make the law. Now punishments in satisfaction for ~sins 137 Suppl, 26| Pope alone can remit these ~punishments, since he is the maker of 138 Suppl, 66| This must be understood of punishments consequent upon ~actual 139 Suppl, 69| rewards of the saints nor the punishments of the damned are increased. ~ 140 Suppl, 69| so overwhelmed by ~their punishments that their grief for their 141 Suppl, 69| in ~hell receive diverse punishments according to the diversity 142 Suppl, 69| Augustine is speaking of punishments due to some one by ~reason 143 Suppl, 69| 7: Further, rewards and punishments vary in quantity according 144 Suppl, 69| Diversity of degrees in punishments or rewards does not ~diversify 145 Suppl, 71| will be cast back into the punishments of ~hell without hope of 146 Suppl, 71| process in the diminution of punishments ~by suffrages is as the 147 Suppl, 71| who are consigned to those punishments. But according to ~the Divine 148 Suppl, 83| deformities, are ~appointed as punishments for sin. Therefore these 149 Suppl, 83| jurisdiction of the tribunal, the punishments which in this ~temporal 150 Suppl, 83| they ~will undergo the same punishments as they have in this world: 151 Suppl, 83| withdraw the greatest of ~punishments from those who are in the 152 Suppl, 83| death is the greatest of punishments, as the Philosopher declares ( 153 Suppl, 83| is simply the greatest of punishments, yet ~nothing prevents death 154 Suppl, 83| respect, to a cessation of ~punishments; and consequently the removal 155 Suppl, 83| simply, and the ~greatest of punishments, inasmuch as it deprives 156 Suppl, 83| leads to the increase of punishments by making them ~everlasting. 157 Suppl, 85| every ~work, by assigning punishments and rewards to each one 158 Suppl, 85| He will not inflict two punishments for one sin, and the ~punishment 159 Suppl, 86| subjected to him in ~their punishments, and punished by him as 160 Suppl, 86| will order be observed in ~punishments, men being punished by demons, 161 Suppl, 86| men with other sensible punishments. There is, ~however, this 162 Suppl, 91| Although God rejoices not in punishments as such, He ~rejoices in 163 Suppl, 94| there will not be various punishments, but that of fire alone.~ 164 Suppl, 94| these words refer to the punishments inflicted on man on the 165 Suppl, 95| His ~effects, such as His punishments, and so forth, and in this 166 Suppl, 96| stated (Ethic. ii, 3) that "punishments are a kind of ~medicine." 167 Suppl, 96| for He delights not in punishments [*The ~allusion is to Wis. 168 Suppl, 96| this is observed in the punishments of ~this world and of purgatory 169 Suppl, 96| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The punishments inflicted on those who are 170 Suppl, 96| correction: whereas those punishments, whereby certain persons 171 Suppl, 96| now in the ~Church; for punishments are intended for correction, 172 Appen1, 1| subject to many sensible punishments. ~Therefore sensible punishment


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