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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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violence

    Part, Question
1 1, 101 | no fear of ~trespass with violence. But in paradise there was 2 1, 101 | no fear of trespass ~with violence. Therefore there was no 3 2, 6 | any action?~(4) Whether violence can be done to the will?~( 4 2, 6 | to the will?~(5) Whether violence causes involuntariness?~( 5 2, 6 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether violence can be done to the will?~ 6 2, 6 | OBJ 1: It would seem that violence can be done to the will. 7 2, 6 | then, the will can suffer ~violence, in so far as violence can 8 2, 6 | violence, in so far as violence can prevent the exterior 9 2, 6 | will's own proper act, ~violence cannot be done to the will.~ 10 2, 6 | subject to compulsion and violence: ~just as it is also contrary 11 2, 6 | an upward movement from violence, but that ~this violent 12 2, 6 | contrary to the very ~notion of violence, that he be dragged of his 13 2, 6 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether violence causes involuntariness?~ 14 2, 6 | OBJ 1: It would seem that violence does not cause involuntariness. 15 2, 6 | respect of the will. But ~violence cannot be done to the will, 16 2, 6 | above (A[4]). Therefore ~violence cannot cause involuntariness.~ 17 2, 6 | grieved thereby. ~Therefore violence does not cause involuntariness.~ 18 2, 6 | natural flexibility. Therefore violence does not cause ~involuntariness.~ 19 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Violence is directly opposed to the 20 2, 6 | intrinsic principle; whereas violence is ~from an extrinsic principle. 21 2, 6 | things ~devoid of knowledge, violence effects something against 22 2, 6 | involuntary." ~Therefore violence causes involuntariness.~ 23 2, 6 | immediately from the will, ~violence cannot be done to the will, 24 2, 6 | above (A[4]): wherefore ~violence cannot make that act involuntary. 25 2, 6 | act, ~the will can suffer violence: and consequently in this 26 2, 6 | consequently in this respect violence ~causes involuntariness.~ 27 2, 6 | passive subject, there is not violence simply: for ~although the 28 2, 6 | involuntariness simply. For just ~as violence regards that which is contrary 29 2, 6 | repugnant to the will. But violence ~causes involuntariness 30 2, 6 | in which he ~that suffers violence concurs not at all"; because 31 2, 9 | the will cannot suffer violence, as was shown above ~(Q[ 32 2, 9 | concurrence of him ~that suffers violence." This does not happen when 33 2, 36 | no longer repugnance or violence: thus if a stronger agent, 34 2, 46 | continues: "Who can bear ~the violence of one provoked?"~Aquin.: 35 2, 71 | movement (except ~perhaps violence be used by some extrinsic 36 2, 73 | the will, (e.g. ~weakness, violence, fear, or the like), diminish 37 2, 93 | nature, not of law but of violence. ~Nevertheless even an unjust 38 2, 96 | poor in judgment, ~and do violence to the cause of the humble 39 2, 96 | to avoid oppression and violence. Therefore human laws ~do 40 2, 96 | good. The like are acts of ~violence rather than laws; because, 41 2, 96 | wicked. Because coercion and violence are contrary ~to the will: 42 2, 100 | hatred and of any kind of violence inflicted on our neighbor, 43 2, 103 | things ~strangled, that of violence and rapine; the prohibition 44 2, 105 | that a damsel who suffers violence in a field is not ~guilty 45 2, 10 | nobody ought to rescue him by violence: hence no one ~ought to 46 2, 38 | contrary, they were told: 'Do violence to no man . . . ~and be 47 2, 53 | evil is done openly and by violence without ~craftiness and 48 2, 59 | secretly by fraud, or openly by violence. In either case the ~offence 49 2, 60 | a person intends to use violence but fails.~Aquin.: SMT SS 50 2, 62 | uses more than necessary violence, it will be unlawful: whereas 51 2, 63 | adulterer oppressed her by ~violence. But this does not remove 52 2, 64 | twofold, namely, through violence and through ignorance, ~ 53 2, 64 | part of the ~woman to whom violence is done.~Aquin.: SMT SS 54 2, 64 | For ~spoils are taken by violence, and this seems to belong 55 2, 64 | Robbery implies a certain violence and coercion employed ~in 56 2, 64 | takes ~another's property by violence, he acts unlawfully and 57 2, 64 | unlawful for them ~to use violence or coercion, save within 58 2, 64 | and whatever is taken by violence of this kind is not the ~ 59 2, 64 | good, even if ~they use violence in so doing: but if they 60 2, 64 | something unduly by ~means of violence, it is robbery even as burglary 61 2, 64 | since it is possible to ~use violence towards them. Therefore 62 2, 64 | in robbery it is due to violence. Now a thing is more ~involuntary 63 2, 64 | more ~involuntary through violence than through ignorance, 64 2, 64 | through ignorance, because violence is ~more directly opposed 65 2, 67 | condemned to defend ~himself by violence if he be able to do so?~ 66 2, 67 | a sentence is like the ~violence of robbers, according to 67 2, 71 | by doing him any kind of violence - and ~secretly, as by theft, 68 2, 71 | itself is diversified by violence and by ~ignorance, as stated 69 2, 71 | things, ~can be taken away by violence. Since, however, the goods 70 2, 77 | one ~were to rouse him by violence and that he went to matins, 71 2, 102 | who oppress them with ~violence. Now, Augustine says (De 72 2, 109 | covetousness he take by violence," says: "A hypocrite or, 73 2, 114 | harm a person openly, by ~violence as it were, than secretly. 74 2, 116 | perjury, restlessness, violence, and ~insensibility to mercy 75 2, 116 | perjury, restlessness, ~violence, and insensibility to mercy." 76 2, 116 | rests in the beloved object, violence to justice, ~insensibility 77 2, 116 | lucre, false witnessing, violence, inhumanity, rapacity." 78 2, 116 | Further, tyrants use much violence against their subjects. 79 2, 116 | i.e. covetous. ~Therefore violence should not be reckoned a 80 2, 116 | force, which pertains to "violence," sometimes deceit, and 81 2, 116 | rapacity is comprised under violence, since it ~is a species 82 2, 116 | means, whether by using violence on the living, as robbers 83 2, 116 | who take great things by violence, are ~said to be, not illiberal, 84 2, 138 | kingdom of heaven suffereth ~violence, and the violent bear it 85 2, 139 | forth; and who can bear the violence [impetum] of one provoked?" ~ 86 2, 149 | force from a woman to whom violence is done. Therefore it seems 87 2, 149 | even in body, ~not even the violence of another's lust can deprive 88 2, 150 | during sleep, or through violence and without the ~mind's 89 2, 152 | seduction," in ~the absence of violence, and "rape" if violence 90 2, 152 | violence, and "rape" if violence be employed.~Aquin.: SMT 91 2, 152 | sleep, on account of the violence or attenuation of the evaporations. ~ 92 2, 152 | rape, apparently, implies violence. For it is stated in ~the 93 2, 152 | endanger himself by offering violence. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 94 2, 152 | although he sins by using ~violence, he is not guilty of the 95 2, 152 | aggravated by the use of violence. Hence ~rape of a virgin 96 2, 156 | forth: and who can bear ~the violence of one provoked?" Hence 97 2, 160 | First, on account ~of the violence of its onslaught; thus anger 98 2, 173 | Further, rapture denotes violence of some kind. But God rules 99 2, 173 | But God rules us ~not by violence or force, as Damascene says [* 100 2, 173 | answer that, Rapture denotes violence of a kind as stated above ~( 101 2, 173 | in which he that suffers violence concurs not at all" (Ethic. 102 2, 173 | may happen, owing to the violence of his affection, that a 103 2, 173 | rapture denotes a certain violence in addition. ~Accordingly 104 2, 173 | Hence when through the violence of his lower appetite a ~ 105 2, 173 | Yet, because ~there is no violence therein, since the will 106 2, 173 | higher, even as a body by the violence ~of a stronger power is 107 2, 183 | has taken and obtained by violence from the common property 108 2, 183 | take another's property by ~violence. Therefore bishops sin mortally 109 2, 187 | as ~referring to absolute violence. But the compulsion arising 110 2, 187 | person force another by violence to enter ~religion: and 111 3, 46 | cannot get away owing to the violence of someone ~else holding 112 3, 46 | performed than deeds ~of violence, because violence is "a 113 3, 46 | deeds ~of violence, because violence is "a severance or lapse 114 3, 46 | brought about His death by violence. Therefore it would have 115 3, 46 | something ~unjustly and by violence, should be deprived of it 116 3, 46 | servitude by a sort ~of violence. Therefore it seems most 117 3, 47 | the Passion inflicted by ~violence did not take away His life, 118 3, 47 | at the same time suffered violence in order to die, ~and died, 119 3, 47 | nevertheless, voluntarily; because violence was inflicted on ~His body, 120 Suppl, 16| thus water which ~has by violence been heated, of itself returns 121 Suppl, 47| cannot avoid." Since then violence ~is defined by jurists ( 122 Suppl, 47| answer that, Compulsion or violence is twofold. One is the cause 123 Suppl, 47| absolute necessity, and violence of this kind the Philosopher 124 Suppl, 47| Philosopher calls this a "mixed violence," as when a person throws 125 Suppl, 47| In the latter kind of ~violence, although the thing done 126 Suppl, 47| Wherefore this latter violence or compulsion is consistent 127 Suppl, 47| danger, it follows that this violence coincides with fear ~which, 128 Suppl, 47| will, whereas the former violence has to ~do with bodily actions. 129 Suppl, 47| consequently it takes ~violence to mean absolute compulsion, 130 Suppl, 47| draws a ~distinction between violence and fear. Here, however, 131 Suppl, 47| influenced by compulsion or violence as ~distinct from fear. 132 Suppl, 47| wherever there is mixed violence, it is fear that compels. 133 Suppl, 47| man may be he may suffer violence of that kind, for if ~he 134 Suppl, 47| done on account of mixed violence is more voluntary than involuntary. ~ 135 Suppl, 47| compelled except by mixed violence. Therefore it is ~not entirely 136 Suppl, 47| consequently it is invalidated by violence of a mixed nature.~Aquin.: 137 Suppl, 50| with either ignorance ~or violence, there will be two impediments 138 Suppl, 58| to destroy His ~works by violence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 139 Suppl, 76| account of robbery and ~violence, and so forth - and into 140 Suppl, 88| is not ~moved except by violence. Now no such place can be 141 Suppl, 94| under the earth save by violence. ~Therefore the fire of


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