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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deserves

    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | gives to each what his rank deserves. As then the ~proper order 2 2, 4 | anyone, the ~will of him who deserves it is at rest, and in this 3 2, 6 | The involuntary ~act deserves mercy or indulgence, and 4 2, 6 | For ~"the involuntary act deserves pardon," as Damascene says ( 5 2, 18 | different; because the ~other deserves praise and reward, the other, 6 2, 20 | just as the ~involuntary deserves neither punishment nor reward 7 2, 21 | 2) Whether it thereby deserves praise or blame?~(3) Whether 8 2, 21 | 1~Whether a human action deserves praise or blame, by reason 9 2, 21 | Therefore a human action deserves praise or blame, through 10 2, 21 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, no one deserves punishment or reward for 11 2, 21 | that a good or evil action deserves praise or ~blame, in so 12 2, 69 | all the ~beatitudes, so it deserves all the rewards of the beatitudes. 13 2, 73 | ignorance of a circumstance, deserves to be forgiven (Ethic. ~ 14 2, 76 | contrary, Nothing but sin deserves punishment. But ignorance ~ 15 2, 76 | punishment. But ignorance ~deserves punishment, according to 16 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 4: The drunken man deserves a "double punishment" for 17 2, 78 | purpose, for this very ~reason deserves heavier punishment, according 18 2, 84 | from the ~punishment it deserves, in which sense we are not 19 2, 87 | each sin. Now a venial sin deserves eternal punishment if it 20 2, 87 | Therefore venial sin by itself deserves eternal punishment. ~Therefore 21 2, 87 | virtue. Now a ~virtuous man deserves, not punishment, but reward. 22 2, 88 | the last end, wherefore it deserves temporal, ~but not everlasting 23 2, 88 | temporal. But mortal ~sin deserves eternal punishment, whereas 24 2, 88 | punishment, whereas venial sin deserves temporal ~punishment. Therefore 25 2, 89 | the contrary, Every sin deserves some punishment. But nothing 26 2, 93 | regards passion; ~since it deserves to suffer punishment according 27 2, 100 | observing the precepts man deserves to be rewarded by ~God. 28 2, 100 | transgresses a precept of the law, deserves to be punished. Hence ~it 29 2, 100 | charity, for which reason he deserves to be punished.~Aquin.: 30 2, 105 | other things being equal, ~deserves a greater punishment. Secondly, 31 2, 106 | the giving of the New Law ~deserves greater punishment, according 32 2, 106 | of the New Testament, he deserves greater punishment, as being ~ 33 2, 109 | inasmuch as ~by sinning man deserves everlasting damnation.~Aquin.: 34 2, 114 | by grace. For the sinner deserves not life, but death, according 35 2, 5 | signs, and so their will deserves no praise for their belief.~ 36 2, 10 | Further, the greater sin deserves the greater punishment, ~ 37 2, 13 | considered in itself, it deserves not to be pardoned: and 38 2, 13 | ignorance or weakness, deserves less punishment, whereas 39 2, 23 | acts against charity, he deserves that ~God should withdraw 40 2, 24 | 1 Cor. 23:4). Now a man deserves ~to be blamed for loving 41 2, 28 | and in this ~respect it deserves punishment rather than mercy. 42 2, 30 | him who paid, indeed he deserves to ~lose them. But as to 43 2, 41 | no sin, save mortal sin, deserves the punishment of ~eternal 44 2, 41 | eternal damnation. But scandal deserves the punishment of eternal ~ 45 2, 42 | conquering is not blamed nor deserves to be punished for this, 46 2, 53 | craftiness; and yet a man deserves praise for allowing ~himself 47 2, 57 | Ethic. iii, 1], and which deserves pardon, and not to ~ignorance 48 2, 60 | simoniacally. Such a man deserves to lose ~what he gave, wherefore 49 2, 62 | though a private individual, deserves praise for ~doing what is 50 2, 63 | the power entrusted to him deserves to ~lose it, and therefore 51 2, 64 | OBJ 2: Further, mortal sin deserves to be punished with death. 52 2, 66 | or not. Voluntary injury deserves ~punishment, involuntary 53 2, 66 | punishment, involuntary deserves forgiveness. Hence when 54 2, 66 | Reply OBJ 3: The accuser deserves the punishment of retaliation 55 2, 69 | Therefore he sins and deserves the wrath of the Lord.~Aquin.: 56 2, 70 | Nothing but mortal sin deserves the eternal punishment ~ 57 2, 70 | Now railing or reviling deserves the punishment of hell, ~ 58 2, 73 | doing a virtuous deed a man deserves both respect and a ~good 59 2, 77 | latter," i.e. to do good, "deserves the life and the palm." 60 2, 77 | But any part ~of a virtue deserves the life and the palm. Therefore 61 2, 77 | transgression, because it deserves more expiation as appears ~ 62 2, 77 | In like manner ~omission deserves not only the pain of loss, 63 2, 79 | lack of ability, his virtue deserves no less praise, ~provided 64 2, 87 | because he that used force deserves that the promise made to 65 2, 102 | the contrary, obedience deserves praise because it proceeds 66 2, 105 | person. The first is what he deserves to suffer and thus it is ~ 67 2, 105 | thus it is ~certain that he deserves to be deprived of our favor. 68 2, 105 | what the ungrateful man ~deserves to suffer.~Aquin.: SMT SS 69 2, 108 | midwives what the sin of lying deserves: since the reward ~which 70 2, 109 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, no one deserves the anger of God and exclusion 71 2, 120 | is grateful for a favor deserves, with a certain congruity, 72 2, 120 | ungrateful for a favor ~deserves to lose it. Now we owe the 73 2, 120 | that honors his parents deserves the prolongation ~of his 74 2, 120 | honors ~not his parents deserves to be deprived of life because 75 2, 127 | honors ~as something he deserves, because, to wit, man cannot 76 2, 127 | sufficiently honor ~virtue which deserves to be honored by God. Hence 77 2, 139 | requisite in every virtue, ~deserves praise principally in pleasures 78 2, 139 | is beautiful." Now virtue deserves praise for being honorable 79 2, 140 | intemperance. ~For a vice deserves reproach through being opposed 80 2, 148 | iii, 5) that "the drunkard deserves double ~punishment." Therefore 81 2, 148 | not say that the drunkard deserves ~more severe punishment, 82 2, 148 | punishment, but that he deserves double punishment for his ~ 83 2, 156 | condemnation. Now anger deserves eternal condemnation; for 84 2, 159 | Further, the greater virtue deserves the greater reward. Now 85 2, 182 | of the tempest, then he deserves to be acknowledged by all 86 3, 49 | what he ought to have, he deserves ~that something further 87 3, 69 | remitted, a man no ~longer deserves to be punished, and so it 88 3, 69 | only what punishment a man deserves in respect of God, but ~ 89 3, 86 | punishment: ~since a man deserves to be punished because he 90 Suppl, 3 | author] confesses that "he deserves to blind his eyes with ~ 91 Suppl, 3 | sins, because every sinner deserves not only eternal, but ~also 92 Suppl, 3 | manner, since the greater sin deserves a ~greater punishment, the 93 Suppl, 8 | cast on the priest, for he deserves ~to forfeit his privilege, 94 Suppl, 10| from punishment. ~For sin deserves no punishment but what is 95 Suppl, 14| other hand, an evil deed ~deserves an equivalent punishment 96 Suppl, 14| Therefore, although an evil deed deserves condign ~punishment, nevertheless 97 Suppl, 17| a man is given what he ~deserves, there needs to be a judgment 98 Suppl, 17| order to discern whether he ~deserves to receive. Again, an authority 99 Suppl, 18| the ~punishment. For sin deserves eternal and temporal punishment. 100 Suppl, 18| the punishment which it deserves is no greater than ~that 101 Suppl, 18| punishment which a sinner deserves, in so far as ~the effect 102 Suppl, 28| committed a very grave crime deserves the greatest ~confusion 103 Suppl, 41| Para. 2/2~Further, no one deserves a reward for breaking a 104 Suppl, 41| from what is meritorious deserves not praise. ~Yet virginity 105 Suppl, 49| statement is not that man deserves to ~be excommunicated for 106 Suppl, 71| according as his guilt ~deserves; and consequently some suffer 107 Suppl, 94| pain according as his guilt deserves." Therefore this fire ~will 108 Suppl, 95| cause: for the "drunken man deserves a double punishment" ~if 109 Suppl, 96| of ingratitude a person ~deserves to lose all benefits. and 110 Suppl, 96| Therefore ~whoever sins mortally deserves infinite punishment; and 111 Suppl, 96| Accordingly, although ~a man deserves to lose his being from the 112 Appen1, 1| Further, a greater fault deserves a greater punishment. Now ~ 113 Appen1, 1| between the ~two, since he who deserves not honor and glory is not 114 Appen1, 2| OBJ 2: Mortal sin which deserves the punishment of hell, 115 Appen1, 2| hell, and ~charity which deserves the reward of heaven, will, 116 Appen2, 1| since by ~offending God he deserves to lose all the good he


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