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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hate

    Part, Question
1 1, 20 | prior to sorrow, love to hate: because what exists of 2 1, 20 | is anything an object of ~hate except as opposed to the 3 1, 23 | eternal ~life - He is said to hate or reprobated them.~Aquin.: 4 1, 60 | nature with them. But they hate them, in so far as they ~ 5 1, 60 | this way they are said to hate God; yet ~nevertheless, 6 1, 64 | The pride of them that hate ~Thee, ascendeth continually"; 7 1, 61 | nature with them. But they hate them, in so far as they ~ 8 1, 61 | this way they are said to hate God; yet ~nevertheless, 9 1, 65 | The pride of them that hate ~Thee, ascendeth continually"; 10 1, 79 | universal, as when "we hate every kind of thief." In 11 1, 94 | in that state man could hate the demons' malice, as ~ 12 1, 108 | wickedness ~whereby they hate men, and fight against God' 13 2, 29 | love?~(4) Whether a man can hate himself?~(5) Whether a man 14 2, 29 | himself?~(5) Whether a man can hate the truth?~(6) Whether a 15 2, 29 | certain thing, or that one hate its contrary. Thus ~love 16 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man can hate himself? ~Aquin.: SMT FS 17 2, 29 | would seem that a man can hate himself. For it is written ( 18 2, 29 | iniquity. Therefore many hate themselves.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 29 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, him we hate, to whom we wish and work 20 2, 29 | himself. Therefore some men hate themselves.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 29 | are misers. Therefore they hate themselves.~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 29 | impossible for a man to hate ~himself. For everything 23 2, 29 | impossible for a man to ~hate himself, properly speaking.~ 24 2, 29 | themselves to be, while they hate that which they really are, 25 2, 29 | for that reason does he hate himself: thus a sick man 26 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man can hate the truth?~Aquin.: SMT FS 27 2, 29 | would seem that a man cannot hate the truth. For good, true, ~ 28 2, 29 | convertible. But a man cannot hate good. Neither, ~therefore, 29 2, 29 | Neither, ~therefore, can he hate the truth.~Aquin.: SMT FS 30 2, 29 | it. Therefore no man can hate the truth.~Aquin.: SMT FS 31 2, 29 | naturally. Therefore he cannot hate ~it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] 32 2, 29 | when it enlightens, ~they hate it when it reproves." This 33 2, 43 | caused by someone, makes us hate rather than love him. ~Therefore 34 2, 43 | Therefore fear is caused by hate rather than by love.~Aquin.: 35 2, 46 | good to be in him; and we hate someone, in so far as we 36 2, 46 | something of the kind, or to hate it. The second difference 37 2, 46 | towards a class, as we ~hate the entire class of thieves; 38 2, 47 | being done to us, for we hate a man simply because we 39 2, 69 | you be, when men ~shall hate you." And as Ambrose says 40 2, 87 | generation of them that hate Me"; and (Mt. 23:35): "That 41 2, 87 | are added, "Of ~them that hate Me," and in the chapter 42 2, 100 | 19:17): "Thou ~shalt not hate thy brother in thy heart." 43 2, 107 | Do good to them ~that hate you"; and (Lk. 22:19): " 44 2, 107 | Pharisees, by admonishing us to hate, not the ~person, but his 45 2, 11 | enemies; do good to them ~that hate you." Now it is part of 46 2, 12 | them ~if they could, and hate the punishments inflicted 47 2, 12 | committed, not because ~they hate them, but because they are 48 2, 19 | disbelieve God's ~truth, or to hate God, than not to hope to 49 2, 22 | them, even if they hurt or hate us; so that, in ~this way, 50 2, 24 | would appear to be works of hate, according ~to Ps. 100:8: " 51 2, 24 | 26. For it is our duty to hate, in the ~sinner, his being 52 2, 24 | and the object of ~his hate was their injustice, which 53 2, 24 | enemies, as it would be to hate one's ~friends: hence Joab 54 2, 24 | Thou lovest ~them that hate thee, and thou hatest them 55 2, 24 | and, "Do good to them that hate you." Now charity demands 56 2, 24 | 44, "Do good to them that hate you," ~says: "To do good 57 2, 24 | love his nature, but to hate his sin. But the name of ~ 58 2, 25 | account. Now we ought to hate our neighbor for God's sake, ~ 59 2, 25 | any ~man come to Me and hate not his father, and mother, 60 2, 25 | any man come to Me, and hate not his father," ~etc. On 61 2, 25 | OBJ 1: We are commanded to hate, in our kindred, not their ~ 62 2, 26 | worse, ~for it is worse to hate a friend than an enemy.~ 63 2, 29 | enemies, do good to them that hate you." Therefore beneficence 64 2, 31 | Rebuke not a scorner lest ~he hate thee," where a gloss remarks: " 65 2, 31 | mind that by ~making him hate you, you may make him worse." 66 2, 32 | Whether it is possible to hate God?~(2) Whether hatred 67 2, 32 | is possible for anyone to hate God?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] 68 2, 32 | would seem that no man can hate God. For Dionysius says ( 69 2, 32 | all love God, and none can hate Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] 70 2, 32 | Himself. Therefore none can hate ~Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] 71 2, 32 | The pride of them that hate ~Thee ascendeth continually," 72 2, 32 | itself, which no man can hate - for it is natural to ~ 73 2, 32 | God in His ~Essence, to hate Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] 74 2, 32 | believer, who though he hate God, nevertheless knows 75 2, 32 | good things, end another to hate the giver of good things, 76 2, 32 | This implies that to hate God, the giver of all good 77 2, 32 | of punishments. For many hate the punishments inflicted 78 2, 32 | those punishments, is to hate God's very ~justice, and 79 2, 32 | so ~is it more wicked to hate justice than, not to have 80 2, 32 | any man come to Me, and hate not his ~father and mother . . . 81 2, 32 | imitation of God that we hate certain people: for it is 82 2, 32 | Therefore it is possible to hate ~certain people without 83 2, 32 | is natural to a thing to hate ~whatever is contrary to 84 2, 32 | that it is not a sin to hate one's I enemy.~Aquin.: SMT 85 2, 32 | Consequently it is lawful to hate the sin in one's brother, 86 2, 32 | Divine justice, but we cannot hate our ~brother's nature and 87 2, 32 | for ~our brother that we hate the fault and the lack of 88 2, 32 | and kinship. But we must hate them in ~so far as they 89 2, 32 | nature: so that we can hate detractors without committing 90 2, 32 | In this respect we should hate ~them, for we should hate 91 2, 32 | hate ~them, for we should hate in them the fact that they 92 2, 32 | presence of the evil we hate. Therefore ~hatred does 93 2, 32 | good; so we are ~moved to hate whatever displeases us, 94 2, 42 | any man ~come to Me, and hate not his father, and mother . . . 95 2, 42 | 12:17): "Thou shalt not hate thy ~brother in thy heart"; 96 2, 64 | that love judgment, and ~hate robbery in a holocaust." 97 2, 71 | other sins pertaining to hate of one's neighbor.~Aquin.: 98 2, 72 | friendship with them that hate the Lord." But tale-bearing ~ 99 2, 99 | any ~man come to Me, and hate not his father, and mother, 100 2, 99 | this point, abandon and hate them. It is in this sense ~ 101 2, 156 | 19:17, "Thou shalt not hate thy brother ~in thy heart." 102 2, 184 | friendship with them that hate the Lord, and therefore 103 3, 44 | that crowd was fierce in hate and ~terrible with arms, 104 3, 47 | Judas, nor from ~envy and hate like the chief priests.~ 105 3, 85 | destroy the old man, and hate sin by means of penance."~ 106 3, 86 | enemies, do good to them that ~hate you." Much more, therefore, 107 Suppl, 3 | himself, therefore he ~should hate sin, as an offense against 108 Suppl, 67| 2:16): "When thou shalt hate ~her, put her away." Since 109 Suppl, 67| 2:16): "When thou shalt hate her put her ~away." Therefore, 110 Suppl, 67| marry a wife and afterwards hate her, and seek ~occasions 111 Suppl, 87| glory ~and power of one we hate is most displeasing to us. 112 Suppl, 87| Reply OBJ 2: No one can hate the Godhead considered in 113 Suppl, 87| itself, as ~neither can one hate goodness itself. But God 114 Suppl, 95| 5) Whether the wicked hate God?~(6) Whether they can 115 Suppl, 95| will be the most perfect hate. ~Wherefore as the saints 116 Suppl, 95| 1/1~Whether the damned hate God?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] 117 Suppl, 95| seem that the damned do not hate God. For, according to ~ 118 Suppl, 95| be the object of anyone's hate. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 119 Suppl, 95| OBJ 2: Further, no one can hate goodness itself, as neither 120 Suppl, 95| itself. Therefore no one can ~hate Him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] 121 Suppl, 95| The pride of them that hate ~Thee ascendeth continually."~ 122 Suppl, 95| Him in His essence cannot ~hate Him. On the other hand, 123 Suppl, 95| accordingly a person ~may hate God not in Himself, but 124 Suppl, 95| effect of His ~justice, hate Him, even as they hate the 125 Suppl, 95| hate Him, even as they hate the punishment inflicted 126 Suppl, 95| of God. For ~one cannot hate a thing actually, except 127 Suppl, 95| it. Now the ~damned will hate God, as stated in the text 128 Suppl, 95| OBJ 1: The damned do not hate God except because He punishes


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