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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hurt

    Part, Question
1 1, 90 | as to keep it from being hurt by exterior things; as we 2 1, 112 | certain evils which would hurt both themselves and others. 3 1, 112 | the good angels, lest they hurt as much as they ~would. 4 1, 113 | sometimes in order to ~hurt. The devil, however, always 5 1, 113 | always tempts in order to hurt by urging man ~into sin. 6 2, 2 | sometimes "kept to the ~hurt of the owner"; and the same 7 2, 21 | another's advantage or hurt. It must, moreover, be observed 8 2, 21 | thou sin, what shalt ~thou hurt Him? . . . And if thou do 9 2, 28 | For languor denotes a ~hurt in the one that languishes. 10 2, 28 | some good. Now ~nothing is hurt by being adapted to that 11 2, 28 | not suitable to it, it is hurt and made worse thereby. ~ 12 2, 32 | to be due to a previous hurt: for when a man ~is hurt 13 2, 32 | hurt: for when a man ~is hurt by another, he seems to 14 2, 32 | slight by paying back the hurt. And thus it is ~clear that 15 2, 32 | which is like us does not hurt our own ~good, but increase 16 2, 36 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, hurt inflicted is the cause of 17 2, 36 | the cause of sorrow. But hurt can be ~inflicted even by 18 2, 37 | External pain arises from hurt done to the body, so that 19 2, 43 | defect someone wishes to hurt another; for ~instance, 20 2, 45 | turns away from the ~future hurt, on account of its victory 21 2, 45 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hurt does not give rise to anger 22 2, 46 | to be inflicted ~and the hurt done; wherefore the Philosopher 23 2, 47 | anger is the desire to ~hurt another for the purpose 24 2, 47 | because anger seeks another's hurt as being a ~means of just 25 2, 47 | who, in our opinion, have hurt us on purpose. For ~if we 26 2, 47 | a man to anger except a hurt that ~grieves him: while 27 2, 47 | some defect are more easily hurt. And ~this is why men who 28 2, 47 | to all who are grievously hurt, in ~so far as this hurt 29 2, 47 | hurt, in ~so far as this hurt surpasses the measure of 30 2, 48 | when a man ~suffers from a hurt done to the excellence that 31 2, 58 | more grievously will it be hurt. ~And consequently, although 32 2, 68 | 11:9: "They ~shall not hurt, nor shall they kill in 33 2, 73 | Thy wickedness may hurt a man that is like thee." 34 2, 73 | being scandalized, are also hurt inwardly. ~Therefore the 35 2, 76 | he is willing to bear the hurt of ignorance, ~for the sake 36 2, 78 | one chooses to suffer some hurt in its regard, in order 37 2, 88 | the soul tending to the hurt of one's neighbor, if the 38 2, 88 | angry ~movement tend to a hurt which is a mortal sin generically, 39 2, 88 | on the other hand, the hurt to which the angry movement 40 2, 88 | word in jest that would hurt him a ~little, the anger 41 2, 96 | chiefly those ~that are to the hurt of others, without the prohibition 42 2, 96 | law that inflicts unjust hurt on ~its subjects. The power 43 2, 96 | inflicting a more grievous hurt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 44 2, 105 | master. If, however, the hurt was not certain, but ~only 45 2, 107 | every wicked ~impulse to hurt our brother is to be looked 46 2, 22 | belong to them, even if they hurt or hate us; so that, in ~ 47 2, 24 | hatred on ~account of the hurt done to us, but purpose 48 2, 28 | he counts his friend's hurt as his own, so ~that he 49 2, 28 | grieves for his friend's hurt as though he were hurt himself. ~ 50 2, 28 | s hurt as though he were hurt himself. ~Hence the Philosopher ( 51 2, 28 | danger of suffering any hurt, ~are not so inclined to 52 2, 29 | certain vices whereby a hurt is inflicted on our neighbor, ~ 53 2, 31 | either because he alone is hurt by the sinner, or at least ~ 54 2, 32 | secondly ~by reason of the hurt inflicted on the person 55 2, 32 | than external actions that ~hurt our neighbor, because hatred 56 2, 32 | other hand, as regards the hurt inflicted on his neighbor, 57 2, 35 | which incites the mind to hurt one's neighbor; whereas 58 2, 38 | for he fears lest the wolf hurt him, and dares not stand 59 2, 39 | intended absolutely the other's hurt, which in this case is the ~ 60 2, 39 | hatred is directed to the hurt of ~one's enemy either openly 61 2, 39 | another way a man intends to ~hurt another who knows and withstands 62 2, 39 | angry man is not content to hurt secretly the object ~of 63 2, 39 | even wishes him to feel the hurt and know that what he ~suffers 64 2, 39 | reason that a ~man designs to hurt another inordinately.~Aquin.: 65 2, 39 | beside ~his intention to hurt him in a quarrelsome and 66 2, 39 | since ~sometimes he seeks to hurt him secretly. When, however, 67 2, 39 | strife and quarrel. But to hurt ~a man in a quarrel is the 68 2, 56 | but through the will ~to hurt the man; or vice versa, 69 2, 57 | probable that the latter is not hurt or ~displeased.~Aquin.: 70 2, 60 | body, as when ~the body is hurt by being struck, or his 71 2, 68 | latter because he desires to hurt."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 72 2, 81 | thy neighbor if he hath hurt thee, and then ~shall thy 73 2, 88 | enemy: and nothing ~shall hurt you."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] 74 2, 134 | patiendo] things which hurt him here and now, in such 75 2, 139 | for ~instance, a painful hurt; wherefore it soon passes, 76 2, 156 | effect of anger is another's hurt under ~the aspect of revenge; 77 2, 157 | is ~angry without being hurt, or with one who has not 78 2, 162 | man's body ~could not be hurt by any outward thing, as 79 3, 1 | do less good, and would hurt rather than ~benefit. And 80 3, 7 | to death. Now whoever can hurt would not be ~feared unless 81 3, 13 | should keep it from any ~hurt. Yet Christ could have assumed 82 3, 14 | shrinks from death and bodily hurt.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 83 3, 15 | bodily passion through bodily hurt; for since the soul is the 84 3, 15 | pain are required bodily hurt and the sense of ~hurt. 85 3, 15 | bodily hurt and the sense of ~hurt. Now Christ's body was able 86 3, 15 | Christ's body was able to be hurt, since it was passible and ~ 87 3, 15 | neither was the sense of hurt ~wanting to it, since Christ' 88 3, 15 | object and motive of ~pain is hurt perceived by the sense of 89 3, 15 | naturally shrinks from bodily hurt, by ~sorrow if it is present, 90 3, 18 | sensible pains and bodily hurt. ~In like manner, the will 91 3, 29 | devil should ~plot serious hurt against Him. Hence Ignatius 92 3, 44 | demons would not dare to ~hurt even the swine, except He 93 3, 44 | the Creator "inflict" any hurt on the owner, if He ~choose 94 3, 46 | in so far as he deems the hurt ~inflicted to be the more 95 3, 46 | Christ could suffer no ~hurt from the eternal types, 96 3, 49 | the devil could never do hurt to any man, as is evident ~ 97 3, 49 | in using his power to the hurt of men; because it is ~said 98 3, 55 | female sex shall suffer ~no hurt; but if women burn with 99 3, 61 | even preserved ~from bodily hurt, by the healthy exercise 100 3, 63 | mourn"; and Apoc. 7:3: "Hurt not ~the earth, nor the 101 3, 69 | indebted to men who are hurt and scandalized by ~another' 102 3, 69 | birth; but that it may not hurt him, when dead, ~though 103 3, 69 | to be ~baptized does not hurt the latter, as neither does 104 3, 69 | as neither does one's sin hurt ~another, unless he consent. 105 3, 82 | private evil of one man cannot hurt another, ~except the latter, 106 Suppl, 3 | sorrow is the sensation of hurt. But some hurts are ~more 107 Suppl, 3 | more keenly felt than the hurt of sin, e.g. the hurt of 108 Suppl, 3 | the hurt of sin, e.g. the hurt of a wound. ~Therefore contrition 109 Suppl, 3 | on account of a sensible hurt, than that which redounds 110 Suppl, 3 | account of the sensation of ~hurt, so interior sorrow is on 111 Suppl, 3 | Therefore, although the hurt of sin is not perceived 112 Suppl, 3 | to be the most grievous hurt by the ~interior sense or 113 Suppl, 3 | itself, as causing this hurt ~(since what is hated on 114 Suppl, 3 | according to the ~degree of the hurt. Consequently, since this 115 Suppl, 3 | since this is the greatest hurt, ~inasmuch as it consists 116 Suppl, 3 | connected with some ~sensible hurt, which is more known to 117 Suppl, 4 | disgraceful, but also as having a hurt ~connected with it.~Aquin.: 118 Suppl, 21| excommunication if it did not ~hurt. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 119 Suppl, 23| might turn to one's ~own hurt, it seems to others more 120 Suppl, 52| 1: The fraud can indeed hurt the person who has acted ~ 121 Suppl, 70| for a corporeal fire to hurt them, if they were nowise ~ 122 Suppl, 71| Now a person cannot be hurt by the ills of another, 123 Suppl, 79| children were preserved without hurt, while ~in another respect 124 Suppl, 83| the body in some way is hurt thereby. If therefore the 125 Suppl, 83| nothing to distress ~or hurt them, as will the bodies 126 Suppl, 83| may remain in fire without hurt, such as ebony. The ~instance 127 Appen1, 2| it has the sense of being hurt. Now the body is more ~passive 128 Appen1, 2| Again, since pain is not hurt, ~but the sense of hurt, 129 Appen1, 2| hurt, ~but the sense of hurt, the more sensitive a thing 130 Appen1, 2| the ~greatest pain when a hurt is inflicted on the soul


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