Part, Question
1 1, 64  Further, man's sin is not graver than the demons'. But man'
2 1, 65  Further, man's sin is not graver than the demons'. But man'
3 2, 46  hatred is far worse and graver than anger.~Aquin.: SMT
4 2, 73  Therefore one sin is not graver than another.~Aquin.: SMT
5 2, 73  unlawful, and consequently graver sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73]
6 2, 73  Therefore one sin is not graver than ~another by reason
7 2, 73  A[1]). But some sins are graver than others in ~respect
8 2, 73  their species, as murder is graver than theft. Therefore the ~
9 2, 73  same way as one sickness is graver than ~another: for just
10 2, 73  disorder in the humors, the ~graver is the sickness: thus a
11 2, 73  must needs be so much the ~graver, as the disorder occurs
12 2, 73  sins ~in human acts, the graver the sin. Now the object
13 2, 73  of man, ~e.g. murder, is graver than a sin which is about
14 2, 73  things, e.g. ~theft; and graver still is a sin committed
15 2, 73  of sin, ~one sin will be graver than another according as
16 2, 73  opposed, so that, to wit, ~the graver the sin is opposed to the
17 2, 73  greater concupiscence, the graver the sin: because sometimes
18 2, 73  as that sickness is the graver which affects more ~parts
19 2, 73  harm. Therefore a sin is graver according as it does more ~
20 2, 73  but, on the contrary, a graver sin calls for the infliction
21 2, 73  spiritual goods, it is a ~graver sin to inflict an injury
22 2, 77  disease of the soul is graver than disease of the body. ~
23 2, 78  increased except for a ~graver fault. Therefore a sin is
24 2, 102  body; and this ~was the graver uncleanness; the other was
25 2, 5  unbelief would seem to be graver than other sins, as ~Augustine
26 2, 5  would be guilty of a sin ~graver than that of the demons,
27 2, 10  severs man from God, the graver it is. Now man is more than
28 2, 10  of pagans or heathens is graver than other kinds?~Aquin.:
29 2, 10  of heathens or pagans is graver ~than other kinds. For just
30 2, 10  just as bodily disease is graver according as it ~endangers
31 2, 10  so does sin ~appear to be graver, according as it is opposed
32 2, 10  Therefore theirs is the graver sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10]
33 2, 11  death. For it is a much graver matter to corrupt the faith
34 2, 12  wrought by them, murder is the graver sin, for murder does more
35 2, 20  against God is, in its genus, graver than other sins. Hence ~
36 2, 20  is evident that it is a graver sin to ~detract from the
37 2, 31  OBJ 3: Further, it is a graver matter to accuse than to
38 2, 32  that the sin of unbelief is graver than the sin of ~hatred
39 2, 37  special sin?~(2) Whether it is graver than unbelief?~(3) Of the
40 2, 37  1/1~Whether schism is a graver sin than unbelief?~Aquin.:
41 2, 37  would seem that schism is a graver sin than unbelief. For the ~
42 2, 37  than unbelief. For the ~graver sin meets with a graver
43 2, 37  graver sin meets with a graver punishment, according to
44 2, 37  Therefore the sin of schism is graver than the sin ~of unbelief.~
45 2, 37  seems that ~schism is a graver sin than unbelief.~Aquin.:
46 2, 37  Therefore schism is a graver sin ~than unbelief.~Aquin.:
47 2, 37  which of two sins is the graver, the question must ~be understood
48 2, 37  committed against God is graver than a sin committed against
49 2, 61  contrary to justice. Now the graver the matter in which ~justice
50 2, 64  his person, and this is of graver import than ~fraud or guile
51 2, 71  backbiting is by so much a ~graver sin than murder, as it is
52 2, 71  than murder, as it is a graver matter to kill the soul
53 2, 71  backbiting is apparently a graver sin than reviling, ~because
54 2, 71  backbiting is seemingly a graver sin than adultery, because
55 2, 71  xxxi, 45). But envy is a graver sin ~than anger. Therefore
56 2, 71  Therefore backbiting is a graver sin than reviling; and so ~
57 2, 71  Therefore backbiting is not graver than the other sins committed ~
58 2, 71  neighbor: even as robbery is a ~graver sin than theft, as stated
59 2, 72  Whether backbiting is a graver sin than talebearing?~Aquin.:
60 2, 72  seem that backbiting is a graver sin than talebearing. ~
61 2, 72  Therefore backbiting is a graver sin than talebearing.~Aquin.:
62 2, 72  Therefore backbiting is a graver sin ~than talebearing.~
63 2, 72  the sin of backbiting is graver than ~the sin of talebearing.~
64 2, 73  and backbiting seem to be graver sins than ~derision, because
65 2, 74  its genus, and so much the graver, as the person whom we curse
66 2, 74  1/1~Whether cursing is a graver sin than backbiting?~Aquin.:
67 2, 74  would seem that cursing is a graver sin than backbiting. ~Cursing
68 2, 74  gloss. Now ~blasphemy is a graver sin than backbiting. Therefore
69 2, 74  Therefore cursing is a graver ~sin than backbiting. ~Aquin.:
70 2, 74  murderer." Therefore cursing is graver than backbiting.~Aquin.:
71 2, 74  Therefore backbiting is graver than cursing.~Aquin.: SMT
72 2, 74  its generic aspect is a graver sin than ~the cursing which
73 2, 77  Therefore ~omission is a graver sin than transgression.~
74 2, 77  omission would seem to be a graver sin ~than transgression.~
75 2, 77  the sin of omission is ~graver than the sin of transgression.~
76 2, 77  deeds. Therefore it is a graver sin not to refrain from ~
77 2, 77  speaking, transgression ~is a graver sin than omission, although
78 2, 77  particular omission may be ~graver than a particular transgression.~
79 2, 87  xlvii): and accordingly is a graver matter to swear by God ~
80 2, 92  to ~internal worship, are graver sins than idolatry, which
81 2, 92  sin against nature is a graver sin ~than idolatry.~Aquin.:
82 2, 92  knowingly is said to be ~graver than the sin of one that
83 2, 95  the temptation of God is a graver sin than superstition?~Aquin.:
84 2, 95  the temptation of God is a graver sin than ~superstition.
85 2, 95  Therefore to tempt God is a graver sin than superstition.~Aquin.:
86 2, 95  is opposed to virtue the graver it would ~seem to be. Now
87 2, 95  Therefore to tempt God is a graver sin than ~superstition.~
88 2, 95  the sin of superstition is graver than ~the sin of tempting
89 2, 97  against a ~sacred person is a graver sin than that which is committed
90 2, 103  precept ~be contemned in a yet graver matter, the sin is still
91 2, 116  the greater the good ~the graver the sin. From this point
92 2, 117  sin? ~(3) Whether it is a graver sin that covetousness?~Aquin.:
93 2, 131  species pusillanimity is a graver ~sin than presumption, since
94 2, 140  more voluntary a sin the graver it is. Now ~intemperance
95 2, 148  removed by an evil, the graver the evil. ~Now it is evident
96 2, 148  directly against God are graver than the sin ~of drunkenness,
97 2, 148  the devil, not for ~being graver than other sins, but because
98 2, 152  the greater a good is, the graver would seem to be the ~sin
99 2, 152  born. Wherefore it is a graver sin, as to its species,
100 2, 152  contrary to charity the ~graver it is. Now adultery, seduction
101 2, 152  Therefore sacrilege is a graver sin than ~the unnatural
102 2, 152  vice. Therefore incest is a graver sin than the ~unnatural
103 2, 152  it is ~against nature the graver it would seem to be. Now
104 2, 152  Hence ~rape of a virgin is graver than seduction, and rape
105 2, 154  Further, apparently, the graver a sin is, the more incurable
106 2, 154  will to sin, there is a graver sin. Now in the intemperate
107 2, 154  the greater it is, the graver the sin, because the ~inclination
108 2, 154  incontinence ~of anger is graver than incontinence of desire.~
109 2, 156  2: Further, hatred is a graver sin than anger. Therefore
110 2, 161  say that adultery is a ~graver sin than simple fornication.
111 2, 161  first man's sin was not graver than all other sins of ~
112 2, 161  Now the ~latter is the graver sin, according to Lk. 12:
113 2, 183  certain to bring one into graver ~dangers." Wherefore it
114 2, 185  Therefore, since vainglory is a graver sin than the use of ~pleasure,
115 3, 48  another by committing a graver ~offense. But in Christ'
116 3, 80  many other sins which are graver than ~fornication, especially
117 3, 80  one ~sin can be said to be graver than another in two ways:
118 3, 80  Accidentally, one sin can be graver than another on the sinner'
119 3, 80  this, the ~above sin can be graver in some, as happens in them
120 3, 80  this sin is specifically graver than many ~others, yet it
121 3, 80  Christ's slayers was much graver, first of all, ~because
122 3, 80  according as their sins are ~graver. But in a measure the sin
123 3, 80  sin. And it would seem ~graver still if anyone were to
124 3, 82  Further, there are many sins graver than fornication. But it
125 3, 82  Although fornication is not graver than other sins, yet men ~
126 3, 82  and pure ~hands; but it is graver still if while shunning
127 Suppl, 3  for their sins: ~but for graver sins she would have grieved
128 Suppl, 18 one who has committed a graver ~sin. Now if the punishment
129 Suppl, 18 if the punishment for the graver sin be lessened in any way ~
130 Suppl, 18 has been remitted for the graver sin. Therefore the priest ~
131 Suppl, 20 absolve his subject from graver sins, but ~should refer
132 Suppl, 59 on account of other ~sins graver than covetousness.~Aquin.:
133 Suppl, 69 they have been guilty of graver sins, and ~consequently
134 Appen1, 2 between severer punishment and graver fault, ~as between lighter
