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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | dangerous to society, ~to kill him is a good; that he live 2 1, 95 | which now are fierce ~and kill others, would, in that state, 3 1, 113 | instigating the Jews to kill Him. Therefore it is not 4 2, 1 | will: thus this act "to kill a man," which is but one 5 2, 6 | for instance, a man may kill a foe, whom he wishes ~to 6 2, 6 | foe, whom he wishes ~to kill, thinking at the time that 7 2, 6 | a man did indeed wish to kill his foe, but killed him 8 2, 6 | ignorance, thinking to kill a stag. And ignorance of 9 2, 20 | shut him up, and he ~shall kill a man or a woman, then the 10 2, 29 | good. For even they who kill themselves, apprehend ~death 11 2, 68 | not hurt, nor shall they kill in all My holy mountain." 12 2, 73 | oneself ~than another, e.g. to kill one's own, than another' 13 2, 73 | more grievous for a ~man to kill himself than another. Since, 14 2, 76 | knowledge that it is wrong to kill one's father, and that this 15 2, 88 | slightest," ~i.e. venial, "sins kill if we make little of them." 16 2, 88 | can become good; thus to kill a man may be an act of justice, 17 2, 95 | e.g. that "one must not kill" may be ~derived as a conclusion 18 2, 99 | the moral precepts do not kill, but quicken, according 19 2, 99 | 20:13,15: "Thou shalt not kill, Thou shalt not steal." 20 2, 99 | prohibition, as "Thou shalt not ~kill, Thou shalt not steal": 21 2, 100 | mother," and "Thou shalt ~not kill, Thou shalt not steal": 22 2, 100 | and, "Thou ~shalt not kill." But this, "I am the Lord 23 2, 100 | second, "Thou ~shalt not kill"; the third, "Thou shalt 24 2, 100 | include that he should not kill another man; nor does ~the 25 2, 100 | the words, "Thou shalt not kill": sometimes in a ~person 26 2, 102 | instance, "Thou shalt not kill, Thou shalt not steal." 27 2, 102 | should not be feared "that kill the body," since after death 28 2, 105 | If the ox . . . shall kill a man or a ~woman," it " 29 2, 105 | slain were ~not so eager to kill the slayer.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 105 | whom his master seeks to kill, or to help him in committing 31 2, 106 | even of the Gospel would ~kill, unless there were the inward 32 2, 107 | to obey: Thou ~shalt not kill; Thou shalt not commit adultery: 33 2, 108 | instance, ~that one must not kill, or steal, and so forth.~ 34 2, 18 | Fear ye not them that kill ~the body," thus forbidding 35 2, 19 | To commit a crime is to ~kill the soul, but to despair 36 2, 30 | Be not afraid of them who kill the body, ~and after that 37 2, 30 | Lord said that ~those who kill the body "have no more that 38 2, 32 | of Moses, Thou ~shalt not kill, Thou shalt not commit adultery, 39 2, 32 | instance, if he were to kill a man, through ~ignorance 40 2, 59 | steal an ox or a sheep, and kill or sell it, ~he shall restore 41 2, 60 | steal an ox ~or a sheep and kill or sell it, he shall restore 42 2, 62 | Whether it is a sin to kill dumb animals or even plants?( 43 2, 62 | Whether ~it is lawful to kill a sinner?~(3) Whether this 44 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful to kill oneself?~(6) Whether it 45 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful to kill a just man?~(7) Whether 46 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful to kill a man in self-defense?~( 47 2, 62 | Whether it is unlawful to kill any living thing?~Aquin.: 48 2, 62 | It would seem unlawful to kill any living thing. For the 49 2, 62 | it ~said, 'Thou shalt not kill,' we do not take it as referring 50 2, 62 | words, 'Thou shalt not ~kill' refer to the killing of 51 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful to kill sinners?~Aquin.: SMT SS 52 2, 62 | It would seem unlawful to kill men who have sinned. For 53 2, 62 | Therefore it is a sin to kill a sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS 54 2, 62 | seems ~altogether unjust to kill sinners.~Aquin.: SMT SS 55 2, 62 | Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 6). Now to kill a man is evil in itself, ~ 56 2, 62 | it is ~nowise lawful to kill a man who has sinned.~Aquin.: 57 2, 62 | A[1]), it is lawful to kill dumb ~animals, in so far 58 2, 62 | it be evil in itself to kill a man so long as he preserve 59 2, 62 | dignity, yet it may be good to kill a man who has sinned, even 60 2, 62 | sinned, even as it is ~to kill a beast. For a bad man is 61 2, 62 | a private individual to kill a man who has ~sinned?~Aquin.: 62 2, 62 | a private individual to kill a man who ~has sinned. For 63 2, 62 | 32:27): "Let ~every man kill his brother, and friend, 64 2, 62 | for private individuals to kill a sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS 65 2, 62 | any private individual to ~kill a wild beast, especially 66 2, 62 | any private individual to kill a man who has ~sinned.~Aquin.: 67 2, 62 | even private individuals kill evil-doers.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 62 | A[2]), it is lawful to kill an evildoer ~in so far as 69 2, 62 | need for an authority to kill it; ~whereas, in the case 70 2, 62 | is lawful for clerics to kill evil-doers?~Aquin.: SMT 71 2, 62 | seem lawful for clerics to kill evil-doers. For clerics ~ 72 2, 62 | seems that even clerics may kill evil-doers.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 62 | unlawful for clerics to kill, for two reasons. ~First, 74 2, 62 | not clerics to strike or kill: for ministers should ~imitate 75 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful to kill oneself?~Aquin.: SMT SS 76 2, 62 | seem lawful for a man to kill himself. For murder is a ~ 77 2, 62 | exercises public authority, to ~kill evil-doers. Now he who exercises 78 2, 62 | Therefore he may lawfully kill himself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 79 2, 62 | sin. Therefore a man may kill ~himself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 80 2, 62 | is lawful for a ~man to kill himself. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 81 2, 62 | the words 'Thou shalt not kill' refer to the killing of 82 2, 62 | is altogether unlawful to kill oneself, for three ~reasons. 83 2, 62 | according to Dt. 32:39, "I will kill and I will make to live."~ 84 2, 62 | unlawful for ~a woman to kill herself lest she be violated, 85 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful to kill the innocent?~Aquin.: SMT 86 2, 62 | some cases it is lawful to kill the ~innocent. The fear 87 2, 62 | Therefore one may, without sin, kill an innocent ~person.~Aquin.: 88 2, 62 | lawful in certain cases to kill a ~sinful man, much more 89 2, 62 | himself, it is unlawful to kill any man, since in every 90 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful to kill a man in self-defense?~Aquin.: 91 2, 62 | that nobody may lawfully kill a man in ~self-defense. 92 2, 62 | the opinion that one may kill a man lest one be killed 93 2, 62 | is it ~lawful for them to kill any man under any circumstances 94 2, 62 | it lawful for laymen to kill anyone in self-defense.~ 95 2, 62 | guilty ~of murder if he kill another in defense of his 96 2, 62 | who while intending to kill a man in ~self-defense, 97 2, 62 | when one ~man intends to kill another to save himself 98 2, 62 | reason a cleric, though he kill a man in self-defense, ~ 99 2, 62 | albeit he intends not to kill him, but to defend himself.~ 100 2, 67 | the man that hath power to kill [and not to quicken]" [* 101 2, 67 | to death, he has not to kill ~himself, but to suffer 102 2, 67 | from taking ~it would be to kill himself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 103 2, 71 | it is a graver matter to kill the soul than to ~kill the 104 2, 71 | to kill the soul than to ~kill the body. Now murder is 105 2, 76 | to Ismahel (Jer. 41:8): "Kill us not: for we have ~stores 106 2, 97 | instance ~under murder, if one kill a priest under lust, as 107 2, 122 | Now it is unlawful ~to kill oneself, as stated above ( 108 2, 123 | Fear ye not them that kill ~the body," and it is written ( 109 2, 124 | Fear ye not them that kill the body," etc., nor ~anything 110 2, 138 | Fear ye not them that kill the body."~Aquin.: SMT SS 111 2, 156 | the Law: "Whosoever shall kill shall be in danger of the ~ 112 3, 22 | victim. But Christ did not ~kill Himself. Therefore He was 113 3, 47 | Myself." But he is said to kill another who takes ~away 114 3, 47 | the ~heir; come, let us kill him." It seems fitting, 115 3, 47 | 18, "the Jews sought to kill" Christ ~because "He did 116 3, 47 | is the heir; come, let us kill him." On this Jerome ~remarks: " 117 3, 64 | baptize a man in order to kill him afterwards.~Aquin.: 118 3, 68 | Therefore it is wrong to kill a mother that her child 119 3, 83 | disposed person in order to kill him. Now in this instance, 120 3, 86 | of my father, and I will ~kill my brother Jacob." Likewise 121 Suppl, 41| one's wife; just as to kill a man by assault or by justice 122 Suppl, 60| certain case it is lawful to kill one's wife?~(2) Whether 123 Suppl, 60| it is lawful for a man to kill his wife if she be discovered 124 Suppl, 60| seem lawful for a man to kill his wife if she be ~discovered 125 Suppl, 60| therefore is it a sin to kill one's own wife if she be 126 Suppl, 60| But the law can rightly ~kill an adulterous wife or any 127 Suppl, 60| commissioned the husband to kill his wife if she be ~discovered 128 Suppl, 60| seem lawful for him even to kill his own wife if she ~be 129 Suppl, 60| lawful ~for a husband to kill his adulterous wife.~Aquin.: 130 Suppl, 60| which ~permits a man to kill his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP 131 Suppl, 60| not lawful for ~a wife to kill her husband if he be discovered 132 Suppl, 60| therefore may a husband kill his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP 133 Suppl, 60| Secondly, a husband can kill ~his wife himself without 134 Suppl, 60| convicted in court, and thus to kill ~her outside of the act 135 Suppl, 60| were lawful, that he should kill her in the very act, not 136 Suppl, 60| receives by such a deed to kill his wife. But the Church 137 Suppl, 60| lawful for ~a husband to kill his wife on his own authority.~ 138 Suppl, 60| judge: wherefore he may ~not kill her, but may accuse her 139 Suppl, 60| commissioned the husband to kill his ~wife by commanding 140 Suppl, 60| control over his wife may not kill her, but he may ~accuse 141 Suppl, 60| is a more grievous sin to kill one's mother than ~one's 142 Suppl, 60| greater sin for a man to kill another man's wife ~on account 143 Suppl, 60| account of adultery than to kill his own wife, inasmuch as 144 Suppl, 60| is a more grievous sin to kill one's ~mother than one's 145 Suppl, 64| given back his sword lest he kill ~himself or another. Therefore 146 Suppl, 65| Gn. ~37:2), and consented kill Joseph and to sell him. 147 Suppl, 71| Be not afraid of them who kill the ~body, and after that


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