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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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murder

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1 1, 64 | believe that he can commit murder, and ~wills to commit it, 2 1, 64 | nevertheless, the will to murder can stay with him, so that 3 1, 65 | believe that he can commit murder, and ~wills to commit it, 4 1, 65 | nevertheless, the will to murder can stay with him, so that 5 2, 7 | through ~being guilty of murder; secondly, through having 6 2, 19 | he would be guilty of murder. Therefore, for the same 7 2, 72 | may proceed to theft, or murder, or to ~neglect the flock 8 2, 72 | denoting the species], as murder and ~adultery; and some 9 2, 72 | under the one ~species of murder, although the actions themselves 10 2, 73 | respect of their species, as murder is graver than theft. Therefore 11 2, 73 | substance of man, ~e.g. murder, is graver than a sin which 12 2, 73 | a less grievous sin than murder, which less abundant justice ~ 13 2, 73 | more grievous sin than ~murder, which is evidently untrue. 14 2, 73 | pain in hell for a sin of murder than for a ~sin of theft: 15 2, 73 | pleasure; secondly, because murder is the direct and sufficient 16 2, 74 | inflicted in the sin ~of murder. Consequently there is no 17 2, 74 | OBJ 5: Further, the sin of murder is more grievous than simple ~ 18 2, 74 | resulting from the thought of murder. Much less therefore is 19 2, 74 | complacency in ~an act of murder thought of, is a mortal 20 2, 74 | complacency in the thought of murder.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 21 2, 76 | alone would have; thus murder is a more grievous sin if 22 2, 81 | the members. Wherefore a murder which the ~hand commits 23 2, 87 | the fact that adultery or murder is ~committed in a moment 24 2, 88 | of one's neighbor, ~e.g. murder, adultery, and such like: 25 2, 88 | sin generically, such as murder ~or robbery, that anger 26 2, 88 | for any good end." Now ~murder is the slaying of the innocent, 27 2, 92 | Let him that commits a murder be put to death."~Aquin.: 28 2, 96 | thus human law prohibits murder, theft ~and such like.~Aquin.: 29 2, 100 | also in the desire. But murder and ~falsehood are, of themselves, 30 2, 100 | Consequently with regard to sins of murder and ~false witness, it was 31 2, 100 | And among sins of deed, murder which destroys life in one ~ 32 2, 100 | decalogue is one forbidding ~murder. But it seems that a dispensation 33 2, 100 | and such a killing is no murder as forbidden by ~that precept, 34 2, 100 | he did not consent to murder, because his son was due 35 2, 100 | instance, that ~this or that be murder, theft or adultery, or not - 36 2, 100 | commandment, which forbids murder, is added the prohibition 37 2, 102 | for instance, by idolatry, murder, adultery, or incest. ~From 38 2, 103 | signifies the prohibition of murder; the prohibition of things ~ 39 2, 103 | mystical sense. Since, however, murder ~and rapine were held to 40 2, 105 | slaying of a man. Hence murder cannot be ~sufficiently 41 2, 105 | known who is guilty of the ~murder . . . the ancients" of the 42 2, 105 | committed against God, and for ~murder, for stealing a man, irreverence 43 2, 105 | investigating the hidden murder. This was brought about 44 2, 105 | of his beast, and if the murder was ~previously discovered, 45 2, 105 | people, in detestation of murder. Because the ~slaying of 46 2, 105 | that whoever ~committed murder, however useful and strong 47 2, 105 | that struck him was quit of murder, even though afterwards 48 2, 107 | is clear in the case of murder and ~adultery, the prohibition 49 2, 107 | since they thought that murder was only the ~slaying of 50 2, 107 | be looked on as a kind of murder." And ~it is in the point 51 2, 108 | namely, the prohibition of murder, of ~adultery, and of perjury. 52 2, 108 | prohibition of adultery and murder covered the external act 53 2, 108 | held this opinion about murder and ~adultery rather than 54 2, 108 | movement ~of anger tending to murder, and the movement of desire 55 2, 12 | does harm. Now the sin of murder, since it destroys a man' 56 2, 12 | God. Therefore the sin of murder is more grievous than that 57 2, 12 | Reply OBJ 1: If we compare murder and blasphemy as regards 58 2, 12 | God, is more grave than murder, which is a sin against ~ 59 2, 12 | the ~harm wrought by them, murder is the graver sin, for murder 60 2, 12 | murder is the graver sin, for murder does more harm ~to one's 61 2, 12 | murderer. ~Nevertheless murder takes precedence, as to 62 2, 30 | property than to commit murder, of which a man is guilty 63 2, 32 | brother is a murderer." Now murder is the most grievous of ~ 64 2, 32 | than by hatred, e.g. theft, murder and adultery. ~Therefore 65 2, 32 | a less grievous sin than murder.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 66 2, 34 | anger, ~in the genus of murder, and so in the genus of 67 2, 41 | Hence, just as theft and murder are special ~kinds of sin, 68 2, 56 | injurious actions, such as murder, adultery and ~so forth. 69 2, 57 | to chastity, as regards murder it is opposed to meekness, 70 2, 57 | theft, or to adultery, or to murder, or ~to something of the 71 2, 58 | fornication, or anger to murder.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 72 2, 62 | DEEDS (QQ[64]-66) ~(tm)OF MURDER (EIGHT ARTICLES)~In due 73 2, 62 | place we shall consider murder whereby a man inflicts the 74 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, murder is a sin because it deprives 75 2, 62 | a species of the sin of murder but of the sin of theft 76 2, 62 | shall be judged guilty of murder, and all ~the more, since 77 2, 62 | man to kill himself. For murder is a ~sin in so far as it 78 2, 62 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Murder is a sin, not only because 79 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, murder is a more grievous sin than 80 2, 62 | neither is a man guilty ~of murder if he kill another in defense 81 2, 62 | Whether one is guilty of murder through killing someone 82 2, 62 | seem that one is guilty of murder through killing ~someone 83 2, 62 | was ~accounted guilty of murder. Therefore one incurs the 84 2, 62 | one incurs the guilt of murder ~through killing a man by 85 2, 62 | Therefore one is guilty of murder through killing ~someone 86 2, 62 | chance, incurs the guilt ~of murder.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 87 2, 62 | not escape being guilty of murder, if his ~action results 88 2, 64 | against the person, such as murder and ~adultery, and in this 89 2, 65 | person commits a theft, or a murder or the ~like, he may be 90 2, 71 | much a ~graver sin than murder, as it is a graver matter 91 2, 71 | than to ~kill the body. Now murder is the gravest of the other 92 2, 71 | of word, while adultery, murder, and theft are sins ~of 93 2, 71 | against one's neighbor, murder ~is the most grievous, since 94 2, 71 | but is less grievous than murder or adultery. Nevertheless 95 2, 71 | as anger gives birth to murder and ~blasphemy. For the 96 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, murder is more grievous than backbiting, 97 2, 74 | on a par with the sin of murder; for ~Chrysostom says (Hom. 98 2, 87 | a man swears to commit a murder, or because it is an obstacle 99 2, 94 | the genus of the deed, as murder and theft: secondly, through ~ 100 2, 96 | adultery, for ~instance, or murder): and if he does it, he 101 2, 97 | sin, for instance ~under murder, if one kill a priest under 102 2, 97 | united to theft, sometimes to murder, as stated in the ~preceding 103 2, 97 | differ specifically. Now murder, ~theft, and unlawful intercourse, 104 2, 103 | commander, such as blasphemy and murder. Therefore disobedience 105 2, 108 | another from committing murder, or another from ~being 106 2, 120 | Further, these precepts forbid murder, adultery, stealing and ~ 107 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, murder is a more grievous sin than 108 2, 120 | forbidding the desire of murder. Therefore ~neither was 109 2, 120 | forbidden under the head of murder as being the principal of 110 2, 120 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Murder in itself is an object not 111 2, 120 | not the concupiscence of murder.~ 112 2, 140 | intemperance: for instance murder, blasphemy, and ~the like. 113 2, 152 | fornication, and wilful murder and other ~criminal offenses." 114 2, 152 | one already born, such as murder.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 115 2, 152 | from this point of view murder is a more grievous sin than 116 2, 154 | to a greater sin, namely murder, for this is a more grievous 117 2, 156 | Now the effect of anger is murder, which is a most grievous 118 2, 156 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Murder results from hatred and 119 2, 160 | despair, hatred of God, murder, and so forth, are more 120 2, 166 | their ~species, such as murder, fornication, and the like: 121 2, 168 | sometimes the cause of murder, which is forbidden by one 122 2, 168 | a man goes on to commit murder ~(and this is forbidden 123 2, 168 | species of the act, as are murder, ~adultery, and theft, which 124 2, 183 | instance if he be ~guilty of murder or simony), or of body ( 125 3, 31 | cognizant of the adultery and murder; and further in order that, 126 3, 69 | thief who had committed murder before. ~Consequently the 127 3, 88 | intending to commit a sin, e.g. murder or adultery, is not ~withheld 128 Suppl, 2 | who ~is judged guilty of murder, if he has committed a murderous 129 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 3: Further, the sin of murder in a layman is more grievous 130 Suppl, 8 | appointed for a layman guilty of murder, while for fornication a 131 Suppl, 20| after doing penance for ~murder, a man remains irregular. 132 Suppl, 60| lawful to accuse a person of murder ~or any other crime. Such 133 Suppl, 60| him the punishment for ~murder, on account of the very 134 Suppl, 60| opposed to marriage than murder is. Now ~adultery is not 135 Suppl, 60| removed. But the ~sin of murder can be removed by repentance. 136 Suppl, 60| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Murder and adultery in certain 137 Suppl, 62| permitted, was to avoid ~murder. And since there was more 138 Suppl, 64| be guilty of spiritual ~murder.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 139 Suppl, 67| Now the proximate cause of murder is hatred: wherefore the ~


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