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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 59 | tendency to a place comes from gravity or ~lightness, while the 2 1, 64 | this obstinacy, not in the gravity of the ~sin, but in the 3 1, 68 | in spite of the natural gravity of water, it is kept in 4 1, 70 | like bodies of specific ~gravity, by nature, lies in the 5 1, 60 | tendency to a place comes from gravity or ~lightness, while the 6 1, 65 | this obstinacy, not in the gravity of the ~sin, but in the 7 1, 69 | in spite of the natural gravity of water, it is kept in 8 1, 71 | like bodies of specific ~gravity, by nature, lies in the 9 2, 36 | both these movements, viz. ~gravity, then gravity itself inclines 10 2, 36 | movements, viz. ~gravity, then gravity itself inclines towards 11 2, 36 | inclination resulting from gravity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 12 2, 72 | punishment corresponds to the gravity of the fault, according 13 2, 73 | are equal?~(3) Whether the gravity of sin depends on its object?~( 14 2, 73 | spiritual sins?~(6) Whether the gravity of sins depends on their 15 2, 73 | Therefore it matters much to the gravity of a sin whether one ~departs 16 2, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gravity of sins varies according 17 2, 73 | It would seem that the gravity of sins does not vary according 18 2, 73 | their objects. Because the gravity of a sin pertains to its 19 2, 73 | the sin. Therefore the ~gravity of sins does not vary according 20 2, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gravity of a sin is the intensity 21 2, 73 | away from. Therefore the gravity of sins does not vary according 22 2, 73 | than theft. Therefore the ~gravity of sins varies according 23 2, 73 | said (Q[71], A[5]), the ~gravity of sins varies in the same 24 2, 73 | consequently the difference of ~gravity in sins depends on their 25 2, 73 | objects, the difference of gravity which is derived from the 26 2, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gravity of sins depends on the excellence 27 2, 73 | It would seem that the gravity of sins does not vary according 28 2, 73 | just as the degrees of gravity in a sin depend on the object, 29 2, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gravity of a sin depends on its 30 2, 73 | It would seem that the gravity of a sin does not depend 31 2, 73 | sin does not derive its gravity from ~its cause.~Aquin.: 32 2, 73 | his ~sin. Therefore the gravity of a sin is diminished by 33 2, 73 | grievously. Therefore the ~gravity of a sin is not increased 34 2, 73 | the like), diminish the gravity of sin, even ~as they diminish 35 2, 73 | such a cause diminishes the gravity of sin, as stated.~Aquin.: 36 2, 73 | Because sin takes its gravity from its species. Now a 37 2, 73 | accident thereof. Therefore the gravity ~of a sin is not taken from 38 2, 73 | it correspond with the gravity of the sin: for instance, 39 2, 73 | desire to sin; but the ~gravity of this harm is caused by 40 2, 73 | harm is caused by the sole gravity of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 41 2, 73 | according to Whose ~judgment the gravity of a sin is measured. Therefore 42 2, 73 | A[3]) that the primary gravity of ~a sin is derived from 43 2, 73 | Therefore the greater or lesser gravity ~of a sin, in respect of 44 2, 73 | excellence conduces to the gravity of their sin, ~as stated.~ 45 2, 76 | together have not the same gravity as one of them ~alone would 46 2, 76 | resulting sin more than its own gravity implies.~Aquin.: SMT FS 47 2, 76 | more, perhaps, ~than the gravity of the drunkenness implies, 48 2, 77 | rather it is a sign of its gravity, in so far, to wit, ~as 49 2, 77 | the sinner turns. But the gravity of a sin is measured on 50 2, 87 | is infinite: because the gravity of a sin increases according 51 2, 87 | not on account ~of its gravity, but by reason of the condition 52 2, 93 | and the same cause: thus gravity which makes a heavy body 53 2, 100 | to ~be according to the gravity of sin. For it is more grave 54 2, 102 | marked with decorum and gravity; according to Ps. 34:18: " 55 2, 105 | be fixed according to the gravity of ~the fault: for which 56 2, 105 | not only on account of the gravity of a fault, but also for 57 2, 12 | so that it contains the gravity of unbelief: while ~the 58 2, 12 | God. Since, however, the ~gravity of a sin depends on the 59 2, 19 | its principal malice and gravity from the fact of its ~turning 60 2, 25 | is proportionate to ~the gravity of the sin one commits in 61 2, 25 | earth the inclination of ~gravity is greater than in water, 62 2, 37 | 1/2~I answer that, The gravity of a sin can be considered 63 2, 37 | understood to refer to the gravity derived from the sin's genus. 64 2, 40 | is a mortal sin, and its gravity will be all the ~greater 65 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 2: In weighing the gravity of a sin we must consider 66 2, 71 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the gravity of a sin is measured by 67 2, 71 | a sin is measured by the gravity of the ~defect that it causes. 68 2, 71 | answer that, The essential gravity of sins committed against 69 2, 71 | Para. 2/2~The accidental gravity of a sin is to be considered 70 2, 71 | sin than adultery. For the gravity of adultery is ~measured, 71 2, 71 | the sin turns, whereas the gravity of a sin ~depends on what 72 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 1: The species and gravity of a sin depend on the end 73 2, 77 | 1/1~I answer that, The gravity of a sin depends on its 74 2, 77 | and then it has a certain gravity, for ~which reason it demands 75 2, 92 | 1/1~I answer that, The gravity of a sin may be considered 76 2, 92 | sovereignty. Secondly, the gravity of a sin may be considered 77 2, 108 | increase or diminish their ~gravity: and in this way the division 78 2, 108 | third, since the latter's gravity is diminished by the ~intention 79 2, 108 | which has its own measure of gravity without addition or diminution; 80 2, 108 | kinds that follow lessen the gravity of the sin of lying. For ~ 81 2, 108 | sin of lying diminished in gravity. Wherefore a careful consideration 82 2, 108 | enumerated in ~their order of gravity: since the useful good is 83 2, 116 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gravity of a sin is indicated by 84 2, 116 | the material ~element, the gravity of the sin is to be judged 85 2, 116 | kind points to the greater gravity ~of the sin. on the other 86 2, 130 | only on ~account of its gravity, but also because it is 87 2, 141 | companions of temperance are gravity, continence, humility, simplicity, ~ 88 2, 141 | friends, and ~this is called "gravity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[143] 89 2, 146 | 1/1~I answer that, The gravity of a sin may be measured 90 2, 146 | the body. Secondly, ~the gravity of a sin depends on the 91 2, 146 | gluttony has a ~certain gravity, inasmuch as certain sins 92 2, 146 | not directly affect the gravity of gluttony, ~the guilt 93 2, 146 | the ~conversion, while the gravity of sin is determined with 94 2, 146 | surpasses the others in gravity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 95 2, 148 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gravity of a sin is shown by the 96 2, 148 | of a sin is shown by the gravity of its ~punishment. Now 97 2, 152 | nature;~(12) Of the order of gravity in the aforesaid sins.~Aquin.: 98 2, 152 | 1/1~I answer that, The gravity of a sin may be measured 99 2, 152 | regard to some accident. ~The gravity of a sin is measured with 100 2, 152 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Gravity of a sin depends more on 101 2, 160 | aversion, pride has extreme gravity, because in other sins ~ 102 2, 160 | avoiding sin diminishes the gravity of ~the sin; because a man 103 2, 160 | me." Hence no very great gravity attaches to the movement 104 2, 160 | 2/2~From this indeed the gravity of pride is made manifest. 105 2, 160 | that ~which gives sin its gravity is essential to pride. Hence 106 2, 160 | Hence pride is the ~cause of gravity in other sins. Accordingly 107 2, 161 | that, There is a twofold gravity to be observed in sin. one ~ 108 2, 161 | simple fornication. The other gravity of sin results from ~some 109 2, 161 | person, or time. The former gravity is more ~essential to sin 110 2, 161 | grave in respect of this gravity rather than of the other. 111 2, 161 | This argument considers the gravity of sin as resulting ~from 112 2, 161 | that, As stated (A[3]), the gravity of a sin depends on the ~ 113 2, 166 | authority, has the tread of gravity, and the foot-print of tranquillity: ~ 114 2, 166 | not incompatible with the gravity of the ~subject." Now the 115 2, 166 | for occupations of greater gravity and moment."~Aquin.: SMT 116 3, 1 | the latter on account of ~gravity. And hence Augustine says 117 3, 7 | as there is no greater gravity than that of ~the earth, 118 3, 46 | Himself; as is proved by the gravity of the punishment. Now ~ 119 3, 66 | guided by the specific ~gravity [spissitudine]. If, however, 120 3, 80 | blasphemy. The second degree of gravity is held by those sins which ~ 121 3, 84 | their estimation of the gravity of sin. For they ~deemed 122 3, 88 | must be ~according to the gravity of the subsequent sin.~Aquin.: 123 3, 88 | possible, however, for the gravity of the subsequent sin to 124 3, 88 | subsequent sin to equal ~the gravity of all previous sins. But 125 3, 88 | whether ~we speak of the gravity which a sin has from its 126 3, 88 | or sacrileges); or of the gravity which it ~incurs through 127 3, 88 | received, or on account of the ~gravity of the offense committed 128 Suppl, 2 | committed, ~its degree of gravity was already complete, and 129 Suppl, 9 | by itself, and not ~the gravity which it derives from being 130 Suppl, 9 | such ~matters as affect the gravity of the sin; fourthly none 131 Suppl, 28| solemnized on account of the gravity and ~publicity of the sin. 132 Suppl, 65| it is, it has a greater gravity ~than immoderate eating, 133 Suppl, 69| Even as in bodies there is gravity or levity whereby they ~ 134 Suppl, 69| once to its place, by its gravity or levity, unless there ~ 135 Suppl, 94| they be placed in order of gravity, so ~in reference to the 136 Suppl, 96| corresponds to ~the degree of gravity in the sin; wherefore mortal 137 Suppl, 96| mortal sins unequal in ~gravity will receive a punishment


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