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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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worse

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | of ~another man becoming worse. Now God surpasses all men 2 1, 19 | the cause of man becoming worse; and when He is ~said to 3 1, 19 | s will that man becomes worse. Now it is clear that every 4 1, 19 | every evil ~makes a thing worse. Therefore God wills not 5 1, 20 | some other time he is the worse; because even according 6 1, 48 | action, it seems that pain is worse than ~fault.~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 48 | avoided, and thus fault is worse than pain.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 49 | things, so we find evil and ~worse. But good and better are 9 1, 49 | best. ~Therefore evil and worse are so considered in relation 10 1, 49 | not said to be evil and worse, by reason of ~access to 11 1, 49 | action, it seems that pain is worse than ~fault.~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 49 | avoided, and thus fault is worse than pain.~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 50 | things, so we find evil and ~worse. But good and better are 14 1, 50 | best. ~Therefore evil and worse are so considered in relation 15 1, 50 | not said to be evil and worse, by reason of ~access to 16 1, 84 | it is, either better or worse, would ~entail being deceived, 17 1, 88 | evidently it would understand worse in the ~body than out of 18 2, 7 | good or ~evil, better or worse: and this diversity depends 19 2, 18 | makes an action better or worse, ~places the moral action 20 2, 18 | makes an action better or worse, places a ~moral action 21 2, 18 | makes an action better or ~worse, makes it differ in goodness 22 2, 18 | makes an action ~better or worse, constitutes a species.~ 23 2, 18 | make ~the action better or worse; because what is not good, 24 2, 18 | makes an action better or worse, constitutes a new species 25 2, 18 | a moral action better or worse, places it ~in a species 26 2, 18 | moral action ~better or worse, changes its species.~Aquin.: 27 2, 20 | better in good things, or worse in evil things. This, seemingly, 28 2, 20 | this respect, is better or worse. Thirdly, in point of ~intensity: 29 2, 20 | good or evil, the better or worse it is.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 30 2, 20 | from it; and specifically worse, if ~it is of a nature to 31 2, 20 | is of a nature to produce worse results. On the other hand, 32 2, 22 | transmutation is for the worse, it has more ~of the nature 33 2, 22 | transmutation to something worse. And passion, in this sense, 34 2, 28 | it, it is hurt and made worse thereby. ~Consequently love 35 2, 39 | for there is something worse, namely, either not to reckon ~ 36 2, 39 | greatest evil, for it would be worse to be altogether separated 37 2, 39 | removal of which they become worse: and ~yet there is not an 38 2, 39 | harms the better thing is worse than that which ~harms the 39 2, 39 | than that which ~harms the worse. Now a thing is called evil " 40 2, 42 | they are not therefore any worse or more to be ~feared.~Aquin.: 41 2, 46 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is worse to suffer evil and to grieve 42 2, 46 | evident that hatred is far worse and graver than anger.~Aquin.: 43 2, 46 | however, that an evil is worse through giving pain: because ~" 44 2, 71 | to nature?~(3) Which is worse, a vice or a vicious act?~( 45 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~Whether vice is worse than a vicious act?~Aquin.: 46 2, 71 | vice, i.e. a bad habit, is worse than a sin, ~i.e. a bad 47 2, 71 | longer an evil lasts, the worse it is. Now a vicious habit 48 2, 71 | Therefore a vicious habit ~is worse than a vicious act.~Aquin.: 49 2, 71 | Therefore a vicious habit ~is worse than a vicious act.~Aquin.: 50 2, 71 | Therefore a vicious action is ~worse than a vicious habit.~Aquin.: 51 2, 71 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, sin is worse than vice, i.e. evil act 52 2, 73 | it cannot ~make a thing worse. Therefore a circumstance 53 2, 79 | of that which makes man worse. Now man is made worse by ~ 54 2, 79 | man worse. Now man is made worse by ~spiritual blindness 55 2, 79 | respect, they make man ~no worse. It is because he is already 56 2, 85 | nature. For ~man's sin is no worse than the devil's. But natural 57 2, 89 | you think, he ~deserveth worse punishments . . . who hath 58 2, 96 | contempt, break into evils worse still.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 59 2, 98 | the Jews would ~be in a worse plight than other men. ~ 60 2, 105 | severely punished: and the worse treatment of all ~seems 61 2, 106 | you think, he deserveth worse punishments, ~who hath trodden 62 2, 10 | you think, he deserveth worse punishments, who hath trodden 63 2, 12 | 31) says: "Blasphemy is worse than perjury." The reason 64 2, 18 | since to do such things is worse than to suffer any ~punishment 65 2, 19 | this life, and, what is worse, in the battle of ~faith." 66 2, 23 | and those who fell ~became worse. But man's is a rational 67 2, 25 | denied the ~faith, and is worse than an infidel." Now the 68 2, 26 | therefore its opposite is worse, ~for it is worse to hate 69 2, 26 | opposite is worse, ~for it is worse to hate a friend than an 70 2, 30 | denied the ~faith, and is worse than an infidel." Now if 71 2, 30 | does it ~follow that he is worse off than before, because, 72 2, 30 | denied the ~faith, and is worse than an infidel."~Aquin.: 73 2, 31 | correct a person who becomes worse through ~being corrected?~( 74 2, 31 | Dom. xvi, 4): "You become ~worse than the sinner if you fail 75 2, 31 | does so, they may become worse, or ~hinder, oppress, or 76 2, 31 | through fear lest ~he become worse?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 77 2, 31 | through fear lest he become worse. For sin is weakness of 78 2, 31 | person corrected ~become worse.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 79 2, 31 | hate you, you may make him worse." Therefore one ought to ~ 80 2, 31 | fear lest we may make a man worse.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 81 2, 31 | warning, and ~will become worse, such fraternal correction 82 2, 31 | instance when a man becomes worse through it, it is longer 83 2, 31 | a better man, ~you make worse." Now we are bound by the 84 2, 31 | lest our brother become worse. Therefore the order of 85 2, 31 | sin, if it "will cause a worse corruption in ~the heart." 86 2, 31 | and that ~he would become worse: because on that account 87 2, 32 | man's outward sins are worse than his inward hatred. 88 2, 45 | as of the virtues, it is worse." Now the moral virtues, 89 2, 58 | be efficacious ~against a worse evil, much more is it efficacious 90 2, 59 | He who receives becomes ~worse, and the more ready to expect 91 2, 62 | beast. For a bad man is worse than a beast, and is more ~ 92 2, 69 | denied the faith and is worse than an infidel."~Aquin.: 93 2, 72 | its end, ~tale-bearing is worse than backbiting, although 94 2, 72 | sometimes the backbiter ~says worse things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 95 2, 74 | Further, evil deeds are worse than evil words. But evil 96 2, 74 | two, evil of fault is the ~worse (FP, Q[48], A[6]). Hence 97 2, 74 | to speak evil of fault is worse than to ~speak evil of punishment, 98 2, 76 | gratuity, nor is one in a worse condition through lending.~ 99 2, 86 | neither a better for a worse, nor a worse for a better." 100 2, 86 | better for a worse, nor a worse for a better." Much ~less, 101 2, 86 | for something better, or ~worse, that which one has vowed, 102 2, 92 | gods: and yet ~you are much worse than they are, for they 103 2, 108 | otherwise the perfect would be worse off than others.~Aquin.: 104 2, 117 | prodigal of this kind is worse, as stated in Ethic. iv, 105 2, 147 | because he is easily the worse for ~taking wine, or because 106 2, 148 | their ways, lest they become worse if ~they be compelled to 107 2, 154 | intemperance;~(4) Which is the worse, incontinence in anger, 108 2, 154 | intemperate man is much worse ~than the incontinent," 109 2, 154 | incontinent in anger is worse than the incontinent in 110 2, 154 | incontinent in anger is worse than the ~incontinent in 111 2, 154 | incontinent in ~anger is worse than the incontinent in 112 2, 154 | incontinence of desire is worse than incontinence of anger, ~ 113 2, 156 | more hurtful a sin is, the worse it would seem to ~be; since, 114 2, 156 | than anger: since it is worse to desire ~evil as an evil, 115 2, 160 | physician, in order to cure a worse disease, allows the patient 116 2, 160 | and seducers ~shall grow worse and worse"; so that apparently 117 2, 160 | seducers ~shall grow worse and worse"; so that apparently man' 118 2, 180 | they have for thought, the worse interior ~turmoil they have 119 2, 182 | if they ~should become worse thereby," namely by leaving 120 2, 183 | spoken, and, not to say worse than this, have succeeded ~ 121 2, 184 | follow that religious are worse off than seculars: and consequently 122 2, 184 | the believer "deserveth worse punishments" who through 123 2, 184 | monasteries, so have I ~not found worse than those who in the monastery 124 2, 187 | denied the ~faith, and is worse than an infidel."~Aquin.: 125 2, 187 | of that ~man" may become "worse than the first" (Lk. 11: 126 2, 187 | converted, whence he becomes worse.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 127 3, 2 | rather it says something worse than Nestorius - to wit, 128 3, 5 | its intelligence it is ~worse than the body. Now I know 129 3, 44 | Sin no more, lest some ~worse thing happen to thee." Whence, 130 3, 59 | better, or from evil to worse. Hence the ~Apostle says ( 131 3, 64 | perverse intention seems worse than a playful one. But ~ 132 3, 68 | you think, he deserveth worse punishments, who hath . . . ~ 133 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 2: Although it is worse for the secret sinner to 134 3, 80 | the body of Christ it is worse to commit mortal ~sin by 135 3, 84 | act of sinning. Now it is worse to sin in public than in 136 3, 88 | was freed, or even to a worse state. Much more ~therefore 137 Suppl, 6 | humility a man deems himself worse than another, who ~is known 138 Suppl, 6 | truly humble, deems himself worse not as though he had ~committed 139 Suppl, 6 | committed an act generically worse, but because he fears lest 140 Suppl, 8 | you think, he deserveth worse punishments," etc. ~And 141 Suppl, 27| the contrary, He would be worse off than others if he could 142 Suppl, 36| 2~On the contrary, It is worse to raise the wicked to the 143 Suppl, 43| Church allows this lest ~worse happen rather than because 144 Suppl, 64| 2: Further, leprosy is a worse complaint than suffering 145 Suppl, 71| others, the poor would be worse off: yet ~this is contrary 146 Suppl, 95| who ~are damned are not worse off than the demons, it


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