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injuries 35
injuring 16
injurious 37
injury 194
injustice 203
ink 1
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194 confirmation
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194 injury
194 intended
194 judicial
194 requisite
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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injury

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | pre-exist in God as one, without injury ~to His simplicity. This 2 1, 48 | pain includes the idea of injury to the agent in ~himself, 3 1, 48 | fault includes the idea of injury to the ~agent in his operation; 4 1, 48 | as including ~the idea of injury.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 5 1, 49 | pain includes the idea of injury to the agent in ~himself, 6 1, 49 | fault includes the idea of injury to the ~agent in his operation; 7 1, 49 | as including ~the idea of injury.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 8 1, 96 | preserved ~from suffering injury from a hard body; partly 9 2, 46 | person, who inflicted the ~injury, excel very much, anger 10 2, 46 | reason's denouncing ~the injury." Because the sensitive 11 2, 46 | as reason denounces the injury inflicted, "but listens ~ 12 2, 46 | anger, by denouncing the injury which ~causes anger; and 13 2, 46 | imagination denounces ~the injury: and, in this way, man is 14 2, 46 | the reason denouncing the injury: and thus, according to 15 2, 47 | vengeance. Now unless some injury ~has been done, there is 16 2, 47 | vengeance: nor does any injury ~provoke one to vengeance, 17 2, 47 | repel its own evil. But injury done by anyone does not ~ 18 2, 47 | himself or another; which injury redounds to God, ~inasmuch 19 2, 47 | that we are suffering, an injury." But one may suffer ~an 20 2, 47 | But one may suffer ~an injury without being despised or 21 2, 47 | anger at what ~is just." Now injury is done to another in three 22 2, 47 | injustice, when he does an injury from choice, on purpose, 23 2, 47 | some one has done us an injury through ignorance or ~through 24 2, 47 | away from the notion of injury, and to a certain extent 25 2, 47 | the other hand, who do an injury on purpose, ~seem to sin 26 2, 47 | Consequently whatever injury is inflicted on us, in so 27 2, 47 | which a man ~suffers an injury, takes away from the notion 28 2, 47 | away from the notion of injury: contempt or ~slight alone 29 2, 48 | anger is caused by some injury inflicted, as by a ~contrary 30 2, 48 | great ~force to repel the injury by the desire of vengeance; 31 2, 72 | said that ~in this sin, an injury is done to the body also, 32 2, 73 | grievous sin to inflict ~an injury on a rich and powerful person 33 2, 73 | sacred to God: so that an injury inflicted on ~such a person 34 2, 73 | manner it would seem that an injury done to a person ~of prominence, 35 2, 73 | OBJ 1: He who inflicts an injury on a virtuous person, so 36 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The injury which a man inflicts on 37 2, 73 | graver sin to inflict an injury on oneself: for it is more 38 2, 73 | is done ~because such an injury redounds to the harm of 39 2, 96 | bring loss of character and injury on ~man, according to Is. 40 2, 105 | from him without ~any great injury to him. And so the Law laid 41 2, 105 | order to investigate the injury ~done by a servant to his 42 2, 108 | to, or if he forgive an injury of ~which he might justly 43 2, 24 | revenge, nor be mindful of the injury of thy citizens." ~But there 44 2, 25 | out of charity, submits to injury for his neighbor's ~sake, 45 2, 25 | man ought to bear bodily injury for his friend's sake, ~ 46 2, 25 | man ought not to suffer injury ~by sinning, in order to 47 2, 30 | remedy by "pardoning the injury," while, if it be committed 48 2, 31 | external loss, or of a bodily injury, in so much as the ~contrary 49 2, 39 | intention be to withstand the injury done to him, and he defend ~ 50 2, 40 | of the ruler, and to the injury of the ~multitude.~ 51 2, 41 | intention of doing a ~special injury to one's neighbor: so too, 52 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The injury inflicted bears a different 53 2, 56 | person: wherefore each ~injury requires to be equalized 54 2, 57 | and thus, if he inflict an injury on himself, it ~may come 55 2, 57 | kills ~himself, does an injury not indeed to himself, but 56 2, 57 | while the man who ~does the injury unknowingly, does an injustice, 57 2, 57 | sometimes a ~venial sin to do an injury: for the Philosopher says ( 58 2, 57 | life to the soul. Now every injury inflicted on ~another person 59 2, 57 | injustice always consists in an injury ~inflicted on another person, 60 2, 58 | man does his neighbor an injury by judging him ~unlawfully. 61 2, 58 | not seem to pertain to the injury of ~another man. Therefore 62 2, 58 | and therefore does him ~an injury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 63 2, 58 | because in the latter case ~an injury is inflicted, but not in 64 2, 59 | thing: for it is a greater injury to strike a prince than 65 2, 59 | persons, as when a man does an injury to the very person ~of another, 66 2, 59 | connections, and whatever ~injury may be committed against 67 2, 59 | involuntary; for he who does an ~injury involuntarily is less severely 68 2, 59 | action is voluntary, the injury is ~aggravated and consequently 69 2, 60 | which confer ~reverence or injury, harm or profit on another 70 2, 60 | but without committing an ~injury, i.e. with the consent of 71 2, 60 | another's property without injury to the latter or profit 72 2, 60 | to him, and to do him an injury. Now it is clear that it 73 2, 62 | commutations by doing an injury to one's neighbor against 74 2, 62 | man inflicts the greatest injury ~on his neighbor. Under 75 2, 62 | does oneself a very great injury, by depriving oneself of 76 2, 62 | whereby a more grievous ~injury is inflicted on the person 77 2, 62 | be killed is a ~greater injury to a sinful than to an innocent 78 2, 62 | because he inflicts an injury on a man who is less ~deserving 79 2, 63 | cannot be cut off without injury to the whole body. But as 80 2, 63 | because this would involve an injury to the community, to ~whom 81 2, 63 | character from inflicting an ~injury on another against his will. 82 2, 63 | connected with him. Therefore an injury inflicted on a person connected ~ 83 2, 63 | not aggravated through an injury being ~inflicted on one 84 2, 63 | Other things being equal, an injury is a more grievous ~sin 85 2, 63 | because it conduces to the injury of the whole ~community, 86 2, 63 | 73], A[9]). Now when an injury is ~inflicted on one who 87 2, 63 | any way with another, that injury ~affects two persons, so 88 2, 63 | or the greatness of the injury.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 89 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: An injury inflicted on a person connected 90 2, 63 | all that belongs to the injury of the person with whom ~ 91 2, 63 | mercy, and because the same injury ~done to such persons is 92 2, 63 | adultery, lessens the sin and injury, so far as the woman is 93 2, 63 | this does not remove the injury as affecting her husband, ~ 94 2, 64 | inflicts the same kind ~of injury as taking a thing unjustly: 95 2, 64 | conduces to ~the ignominy and injury of his person, and this 96 2, 65 | instance on account of some injury committed against the ~accuser - 97 2, 65 | inordinately, he ~would inflict an injury on the community, for whose 98 2, 66 | crime that conduces to the injury of the ~commonwealth, a 99 2, 66 | make known secrets to the ~injury of a person; but not if 100 2, 66 | will be on account of the injury he ~has done to someone - 101 2, 66 | but not on account of any injury done to the person ~of the 102 2, 66 | punishment, nor on account of an injury to the commonwealth, because 103 2, 66 | voluntarily or not. Voluntary injury deserves ~punishment, involuntary 104 2, 66 | and this refers to the injury done to the ~person: and 105 2, 66 | afterwards, referring to the injury done to the commonwealth, ~ 106 2, 66 | innocent, may condone ~the injury done to himself, particularly 107 2, 66 | adversary, ~he inflicts an injury on the commonwealth: and 108 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 2: To lie, with injury to another person, in order 109 2, 67 | exculpate ~himself, he does an injury to one whom he is bound 110 2, 67 | 2]). For he inflicts an ~injury both on the judge, whom 111 2, 67 | other party would suffer an injury. The reason why it is not ~ 112 2, 68 | concealed, no particular injury is inflicted on anyone. ~ 113 2, 68 | or to some grave personal injury, in short ~any like matter 114 2, 68 | provided this does not threaten injury to another: because, in ~ 115 2, 68 | him from doing someone an injury, but ~only by taking away 116 2, 70 | Reviling ~implies some injury inflicted on one's neighbor, 117 2, 70 | words seem to inflict no injury on one's neighbor, either ~ 118 2, 70 | which denotes a manifest injury belongs to anger rather 119 2, 71 | view, i.e. as regards the injury inflicted, the reviler injuring 120 2, 71 | nature, as to cause a notable injury to a man's ~good name, especially 121 2, 71 | neighbor must be weighed by the injury they inflict on him, since 122 2, 71 | taken away, the greater the injury. And while man's good is 123 2, 71 | discretion to permit an injury to be done to ~another's 124 2, 72 | as they inflict a greater injury on him: and an injury is 125 2, 72 | greater injury on him: and an injury is so much the greater, 126 2, 73 | are distinguished by the injury they ~inflict on one's neighbor. 127 2, 73 | one's neighbor. Now the injury inflicted on a man by derision ~ 128 2, 73 | him inflicts a special ~injury on him: hence derision is 129 2, 73 | that which is ~done as an injury to God. But derision is 130 2, 73 | sin when it ~tends to the injury of God: else it would be 131 2, 74 | as much as it inflicts an injury on one's neighbor, ~and 132 2, 74 | more grievous to inflict an injury, than to wish to inflict 133 2, 74 | according as it inflicts an injury ~more or less grave than 134 2, 75 | nor ~inflict an unjust injury on anyone, nor have any 135 2, 76 | contrary, He that suffers injury does not sin, according 136 2, 76 | usurer sins by doing an ~injury to the person who borrows 137 2, 77 | that is by inflicting no injury on his ~neighbor.~Aquin.: 138 2, 78 | 53), "we resist ~force, injury or anything obscure* by 139 2, 96 | tend to another ~person's injury: because if it did, the 140 2, 97 | for sacred things is an injury to God, and comes under 141 2, 97 | people." ~Therefore any injury inflicted on the Christian 142 2, 97 | sacrilege, since he has done an injury to a sacred thing, is ~excommunication [* 143 2, 105 | does him not a favor but an injury: and so no ~thanks are due 144 2, 108 | inordinate in ~order to ward off injury or defects from another: 145 2, 108 | description ~inflicts an injury on one's neighbor, since 146 2, 108 | of scandal or any other injury resulting ~therefrom: and 147 2, 109 | sometimes ~secondarily to injury. Wherefore it belongs directly 148 2, 110 | aiming at ~the deception and injury of his neighbor: wherefore 149 2, 110 | provided it be do without injury to others, for then it would 150 2, 120 | persons in general to inflict ~injury on no one: hence the negative 151 2, 134 | removes; fourthly, to unjust injury, which justice ~forbids. 152 2, 142 | we fear to suffer some ~injury, by being disappointed in 153 2, 146 | of gluttony, inflicts an ~injury on himself: for it is written ( 154 2, 146 | pleasure of eating: and if injury results to his body, this 155 2, 146 | a man incur some bodily ~injury through taking too much 156 2, 152 | Further, to do a person an injury would seem to pertain to ~ 157 2, 152 | Now the seducer does an injury to another, ~namely the 158 2, 152 | father, who "can take the injury as personal ~to himself" [* 159 2, 152 | to ~receive." The other injury is done to the maid's father: 160 2, 152 | instance, if through anger an injury be done ~to a consecrated 161 2, 152 | of nature is violated, an injury is done ~to God, the Author 162 2, 154 | man tends to avenge the injury done ~to him, and reason 163 2, 155 | scarcely anyone ~belittles an injury done to himself," as Sallust 164 2, 156 | being angry, ~but with the injury which he deems done to himself: 165 2, 156 | blaspheming God or by doing injury ~to their neighbor.~Aquin.: 166 2, 156 | the killing or any grave injury ~of his neighbor: and should 167 2, 156 | anger, to wit, the inflicted injury, remains too long in a man' 168 2, 156 | which results from an ~injury inflicted.~Aquin.: SMT SS 169 3, 15 | appetite ~to repel this injury brought upon himself or 170 3, 16 | which can be subject ~to no injury, yet makes lower things 171 3, 46 | namely, from the bodily injury, which is the cause of sensitive ~ 172 3, 47 | from the infliction of any injury; and ~Christ's soul had 173 3, 47 | s soul did not repel the injury inflicted on His body, but 174 3, 47 | nature to succumb to such injury, He is said to have laid ~ 175 3, 47 | suddenly succumbed ~to the injury inflicted.~Aquin.: SMT TP 176 3, 51 | not repute anything as an ~injury which is an occasion of 177 Suppl, 12| said, is ~compensation for injury inflicted. Wherefore as 178 Suppl, 12| inflicted. Wherefore as the injury inflicted ~entailed of itself 179 Suppl, 12| lest it inflict an unjust ~injury on another, and concupiscence 180 Suppl, 12| compensation for an inflicted injury according to the ~equality 181 Suppl, 21| excommunicated for doing such an injury. ~Therefore this ought by 182 Suppl, 21| having inflicted temporal ~injury on anyone. Yet, as excommunication 183 Suppl, 47| Although disgrace is a greater injury it is easy to remedy ~it. 184 Suppl, 62| where there is greater injury to one's neighbor, there ~ 185 Suppl, 62| adulterous wife does a greater injury to her ~husband, than does 186 Suppl, 63| sacrament should be ~done an injury. Therefore if a second marriage 187 Suppl, 63| not effective, and thus an injury is done to the first, as 188 Suppl, 63| can be repeated without ~injury to the sacrament, as in 189 Suppl, 63| tie ceases with death, no injury is done to the sacrament 190 Suppl, 65| scarcely happen without injury either to both fetus or 191 Suppl, 65| 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Injury is opposed to justice. Now 192 Suppl, 65| his own property without injury to ~anyone. Moreover although 193 Suppl, 65| For such a man does an ~injury to the offspring he begets, 194 Suppl, 65| would have involved an ~injury if he had not kept his promise.~


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