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veneration 15
venereal 99
venery 2
vengeance 166
vengeful 1
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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vengeance

    Part, Question
1 1, 23 | His ~wrath [that is, the vengeance of His justice], and to 2 1, 80 | sadness, ~and having wrought vengeance, terminates in joy. For 3 2, 25 | one is angry while seeking vengeance, unless he dare to avenge 4 2, 44 | result from the ~craving for vengeance, the inward movement has 5 2, 46 | twofold ~tendency: viz. to vengeance itself, which it desires 6 2, 46 | person on ~whom it seeks vengeance, as to something contrary 7 2, 46 | regards two objects: viz. the vengeance that it ~seeks; and the 8 2, 46 | person on whom it seeks vengeance; and in respect of both, ~ 9 2, 46 | inasmuch as it is a desire of vengeance. In this sense, however, 10 2, 46 | anger is a desire for vengeance. ~Now vengeance implies 11 2, 46 | desire for vengeance. ~Now vengeance implies a comparison between 12 2, 46 | reason as to the ~measure of vengeance. Anger, therefore, requires 13 2, 46 | anger is a craving for vengeance: while desire is a ~craving 14 2, 46 | more natural to man than vengeance. Therefore desire is more 15 2, 46 | more natural to man than vengeance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 16 2, 46 | since it is a means of vengeance. Wherefore also it ~has 17 2, 46 | precept of reason in taking vengeance. ~Consequently it is evident 18 2, 46 | aspect of a just means of vengeance. Consequently when the evil ~ 19 2, 46 | evil is a means of just vengeance. Now vengeance is wrought ~ 20 2, 46 | means of just vengeance. Now vengeance is wrought ~by the infliction 21 2, 46 | as being a ~means of just vengeance. Consequently, anger is 22 2, 46 | are just or unjust: since vengeance is an act of justice, and 23 2, 46 | and on the part of the vengeance sought by the ~angry man, 24 2, 46 | there is ~no question of vengeance on them, since they can 25 2, 46 | waiting for an ~opportunity of vengeance." Therefore these are not 26 2, 46 | bide its time for taking vengeance, but in ~course of time 27 2, 46 | the ~angry man seeks, viz. vengeance; and this pertains to {kotos} [ 28 2, 47 | Further, anger is a desire for vengeance. But one may desire ~vengeance 29 2, 47 | vengeance. But one may desire ~vengeance for things done against 30 2, 47 | for the purpose of just vengeance. Now unless some injury ~ 31 2, 47 | there is no question of vengeance: nor does any injury ~provoke 32 2, 47 | any injury ~provoke one to vengeance, but only that which is 33 2, 47 | to the person who ~seeks vengeance: for just as everything 34 2, 47 | inasmuch as He wills to take vengeance on ~sin. Because the sinner, 35 2, 47 | desire, with sorrow, for vengeance, on account of a seeming 36 2, 47 | as being a ~means of just vengeance: wherefore it seeks vengeance 37 2, 47 | vengeance: wherefore it seeks vengeance in so far as it ~seems just. 38 2, 47 | it ~seems just. Now just vengeance is taken only for that which 39 2, 48 | says (Ethic. iv, 5) that "vengeance ~makes anger to cease, because 40 2, 48 | man derives pleasure from vengeance, and ~that vengeance quells 41 2, 48 | from vengeance, and ~that vengeance quells his anger. Therefore 42 2, 48 | sorrow, for which sorrow vengeance is sought as a remedy. ~ 43 2, 48 | Consequently as soon as vengeance is present, pleasure ensues, 44 2, 48 | was greater. Therefore if ~vengeance be really present, perfect 45 2, 48 | anger ceases. But before vengeance is ~really present, it becomes 46 2, 48 | angry except he hopes for vengeance, as ~stated above (Q[46], 47 2, 48 | in thinking much about ~vengeance. This pleasure, however, 48 2, 48 | the ~thought and hope of vengeance. Consequently sorrow is 49 2, 48 | by the ~real presence of vengeance, which banishes anger altogether.~ 50 2, 48 | pleasure felt in taking ~vengeance follows from anger.~Aquin.: 51 2, 48 | injury by the desire of vengeance; and hence ensues ~great 52 2, 48 | excellence, such as matters of ~vengeance, man seeks to be in the 53 2, 48 | its ~inordinate desire for vengeance, yet it curbs the tongue 54 2, 72 | man, through desire of vengeance, is at first disturbed in 55 2, 84 | recrimination with a view to ~vengeance, it is "anger." Again, these 56 2, 84 | good, i.e. of the right to vengeance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 57 2, 87 | signifies metaphorically the vengeance of Divine ~justice: and 58 2, 87 | Therefore ~according to God's vengeance, sin is awarded a punishment 59 2, 107 | forbidding men to ~seek vengeance unreasonably: whereas Our 60 2, 107 | Our Lord deprived them of vengeance ~more completely by commanding 61 2, 32 | that evil has the aspect of vengeance: but ~afterwards, through 62 2, 38 | harm, the cruel thirst for vengeance, an unpacific and ~relentless 63 2, 39 | self-defense be inspired by vengeance and hatred, it is always 64 2, 39 | slight movement of hatred or vengeance obtrude ~itself, or if he 65 2, 39 | which is the desire of ~vengeance: for the angry man is not 66 2, 56 | requires to be equalized by vengeance in a different way: and 67 2, 62 | wicked to live, and that vengeance is to be ~delayed until 68 2, 63 | Since anger is a desire for vengeance, it is aroused ~chiefly 69 2, 70 | himself, for it is said: ~"Vengeance belongeth to Me, I will 70 2, 78 | anything obscure* by taking vengeance or by ~self-defense." [* 71 2, 81 | them. But ~holy men seek vengeance of their enemies according 72 2, 81 | Monte i, 22), "the martyrs' vengeance is the overthrow of the 73 2, 81 | lxviii), "their prayer for vengeance is expressed ~not in words 74 2, 81 | earth." They rejoice in vengeance not for its own sake, but 75 2, 81 | mercy but sometimes through vengeance ~when He allows the sinner 76 2, 106 | 108] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF VENGEANCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 77 2, 106 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider vengeance, under which head there 78 2, 106 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether vengeance is lawful?~(2) Whether it 79 2, 106 | Of the manner of taking vengeance;~(4) On whom should vengeance 80 2, 106 | vengeance;~(4) On whom should vengeance be taken?~Aquin.: SMT SS 81 2, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether vengeance is lawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS 82 2, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that vengeance is not lawful. For whoever 83 2, 106 | what is ~God's sins. But vengeance belongs to God, for it is 84 2, 106 | will repay." Therefore all vengeance is ~unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT 85 2, 106 | Further, he that takes vengeance on a man does not bear with 86 2, 106 | Therefore we should not take vengeance on the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT 87 2, 106 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, vengeance is taken by inflicting punishment, 88 2, 106 | in ~the New Testament all vengeance is unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT 89 2, 106 | listening to ~them." Therefore vengeance seems to be unlawful.~Aquin.: 90 2, 106 | and a false calumny." But vengeance should not be ~taken on 91 2, 106 | Neither therefore is any other vengeance lawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 92 2, 106 | we are to look to God for vengeance on His enemies: for it is ~ 93 2, 106 | will indeed." Therefore vengeance is not ~essentially evil 94 2, 106 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Vengeance consists in the infliction 95 2, 106 | Accordingly, in the matter of vengeance, we must ~consider the mind 96 2, 106 | person on whom he takes vengeance and rests ~there, then his 97 2, 106 | and rests ~there, then his vengeance is altogether unlawful: 98 2, 106 | and ~God honored), then vengeance may be lawful, provided 99 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 1: He who takes vengeance on the wicked in keeping 100 2, 106 | If, however, a man takes vengeance outside the order of ~divine 101 2, 106 | the whole multitude sins, vengeance must be taken on ~them, 102 2, 106 | amends, the severity ~of vengeance should be brought to bear 103 2, 106 | separated from the ~innocent, vengeance should be wrought on them: 104 2, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether vengeance is a special virtue?~Aquin.: 105 2, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that vengeance is not a special and distinct 106 2, 106 | Therefore in the same way vengeance should not be accounted 107 2, 106 | avenge evil. ~Therefore vengeance should not be reckoned a 108 2, 106 | special vice is opposed to vengeance. Therefore it is ~not a 109 2, 106 | done. And this belongs to vengeance, for Tully ~says (De Invent. 110 2, 106 | Invent. Rhet. ii) that by "vengeance we resist force, or wrong, ~ 111 2, 106 | avenging it." Therefore ~vengeance is a special virtue.~Aquin.: 112 2, 106 | 2: Fortitude disposes to vengeance by removing an obstacle ~ 113 2, 106 | signifies the primary root of vengeance, in so far as a man ~avenges 114 2, 106 | Two vices are opposed to vengeance: one by way of excess, ~ 115 2, 106 | son." But the virtue of vengeance ~consists in observing the 116 2, 106 | observing the due measure of vengeance with regard to all the ~ 117 2, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether vengeance should be wrought by means 118 2, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that vengeance should not be wrought by 119 2, 106 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Vengeance is lawful and virtuous so 120 2, 106 | restraint to sin. Consequently vengeance for sin should be ~taken 121 2, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether vengeance should be taken on those 122 2, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that vengeance should be taken on those 123 2, 106 | of the people. Therefore vengeance is ~taken not only for voluntary 124 2, 106 | an act involuntary. Now vengeance is ~sometimes taken on the 125 2, 106 | Amalekites (1 Kgs. 15). Therefore vengeance is sometimes taken ~on those 126 2, 106 | commit a sin. Therefore vengeance is sometimes taken on those 127 2, 106 | Retract. i). Therefore ~vengeance should be taken only on 128 2, 106 | since He does not take vengeance forthwith, but waits for 129 2, 106 | almost ~necessary to take vengeance on them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 130 2, 106 | punished still more severely. Vengeance is wrought on dumb animals 131 2, 131 | a man is roused to take vengeance, ~it does not cause pusillanimity, 132 2, 154 | intend the due mode of ~vengeance. on the other hand, the 133 2, 155 | Now anger is "desire of vengeance" [*Aristotle, Rhet. ii, 134 2, 155 | De Clementia ii, 3), and vengeance is taken ~by means of punishment, 135 2, 155 | properly the desire itself of vengeance; ~whereas clemency regards 136 2, 155 | externally for the purpose of vengeance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[157] A[ 137 2, 155 | natural to man to desire vengeance for injuries done ~to him, 138 2, 155 | concupiscences, but anger and ~vengeance. Therefore they should not 139 2, 155 | removing anger that urges to vengeance, and clemency does this ~ 140 2, 156 | Further, anger is "desire for vengeance" [*Aristotle, Rhet. ii, ~ 141 2, 156 | seem unlawful to desire vengeance, since this ~should be left 142 2, 156 | It is unlawful to desire vengeance considered as evil to ~the 143 2, 156 | is praiseworthy to desire vengeance ~as a corrective of vice 144 2, 156 | one desire the taking of vengeance in any way ~whatever contrary 145 2, 156 | lack sin, even though ~just vengeance be desired.~Aquin.: SMT 146 2, 156 | displeasure he is moved to seek vengeance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 147 2, 156 | the subject desirous of vengeance, as when the movement of ~ 148 2, 156 | aspect of ~a good that is vengeance. Hence on the part of the 149 2, 156 | reckoning the time for ~vengeance," which tallies with the 150 2, 156 | happens on the part of vengeance, which a man seeks with 151 2, 156 | devises ~various means of vengeance, and with such like thoughts 152 2, 156 | or daring attempt to take vengeance; and ~daring is a vice opposed 153 3, 31 | conferred on Jehu, who wrought vengeance on the ~house of Achab and 154 3, 85 | unknown]: "Penance is the ~vengeance of the sorrowful, ever punishing 155 3, 85 | having done." But to take vengeance is an act of justice, wherefore ~ 156 3, 85 | Further, penance is a kind of vengeance, as Augustine states in ~ 157 3, 85 | which is ~unknown]. But vengeance seems to regard the irascible 158 3, 85 | anger is the desire for vengeance. Therefore it seems that 159 3, 85 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: To desire vengeance on another, through passion, 160 3, 85 | appetite, but to desire or take vengeance on oneself or on ~another, 161 Suppl, 12| on whom the ~judge wreaks vengeance is the patient and not the 162 Suppl, 70| as the instrument of ~the vengeance of Divine justice. For the 163 Suppl, 70| as the instrument of ~the vengeance of Divine justice thus to 164 Suppl, 72| the martyrs ~beseeching vengeance on them that dwell on earth, " 165 Suppl, 72| In a flame of fire giving vengeance," ~says: "There will be 166 Suppl, 94| Judith 16:21), and: "The vengeance on the flesh ~of the ungodly


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