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sufferings 62
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suffice 148
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114 revealed
114 shame
114 suffers
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113 app
113 begets
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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suffers

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1 1, 14 | But nothing is moved, or suffers, or is made perfect by ~ 2 1, 14 | example, if when a thing suffers change ~we retained the 3 1, 22 | reference to all else that suffers ~corruption he adhered to 4 2, 2 | man than honor: since man suffers loss in ~all other things, 5 2, 6 | say. ~But sometimes a man suffers compulsion without being 6 2, 6 | addition, "in which he ~that suffers violence concurs not at 7 2, 9 | concurrence of him ~that suffers violence." This does not 8 2, 18 | is deprived of ~sight he suffers a defect in walking by stumbling 9 2, 35 | remedy for ~the pain he suffers. In another way, in so far 10 2, 35 | contrary evil. But pleasure suffers no ~lack of the good loved, 11 2, 44 | from a plank placed aloft, suffers a ~disturbance of his imagination, 12 2, 47 | contempt, through which a man ~suffers an injury, takes away from 13 2, 48 | Consequently when a man ~suffers from a hurt done to the 14 2, 48 | possessed of honor or wealth, suffers a loss ~therein, the loss 15 2, 61 | heart and peaceful, and suffers persecution for the ~sake 16 2, 74 | Divine things, as when a man ~suffers a sudden movement of unbelief. 17 2, 78 | when a man, even knowingly, suffers ~the loss of a limb, that 18 2, 78 | through certain malice suffers from the worst form of ignorance, 19 2, 78 | malice, to a sick ~man who suffers from a chronic disease, 20 2, 78 | through passion, to one who suffers intermittently. ~Thirdly, 21 2, 87 | rises up against another, it suffers some detriment ~therefrom. 22 2, 87 | transgressing God's commandments, suffers, ~either willingly or unwillingly, 23 2, 87 | happens sometimes that man suffers the loss of a lesser good, 24 2, 87 | greater good, as when he suffers loss of money for the ~sake 25 2, 87 | good. ~Consequently no one suffers loss in the goods of the 26 2, 89 | remains, and for them, man suffers fire, either of ~temporal 27 2, 105 | seqq.) that a damsel who suffers violence in a field is not ~ 28 2, 28 | the distress of one who ~suffers undeservedly."~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 28 | does not pity himself, but ~suffers in himself, as when we suffer 30 2, 31 | temporal matters wherein a man suffers many losses, if he lose 31 2, 39 | hurt and know that what he ~suffers is in revenge for what he 32 2, 51 | however, to fortitude, which suffers a greater impulse to the ~ 33 2, 51 | reason. For the continent man suffers evil ~concupiscences, and 34 2, 51 | and the persevering man suffers grievous sorrows (which ~ 35 2, 57 | it may happen that a man suffers injustice ~voluntarily.~ 36 2, 57 | injustice save to one who suffers that ~injustice. But it 37 2, 57 | on ~the other hand no man suffers an injustice except against 38 2, 57 | on the ~other hand a man suffers properly what he suffers 39 2, 57 | suffers properly what he suffers against his will, since ~ 40 2, 57 | an injustice, because ~he suffers voluntarily; and on the 41 2, 57 | the will of the person who suffers therefrom: ~for instance, 42 2, 60 | Body Para. 2/3 ~Now a man suffers a loss in two ways. First, 43 2, 64 | an injustice. Now "no man suffers an ~injustice willingly," 44 2, 70 | be reviled. ~For he that suffers himself to be reviled, encourages 45 2, 70 | wherefore an angry man suffers a defect of ~reason, and 46 2, 71 | seem that the listener who suffers a backbiter does not ~sin 47 2, 71 | commendation for as much as he suffers patiently being detracted 48 2, 75 | may charge for the loss he suffers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 49 2, 76 | himself. Now sometimes a man suffers loss through lending money. ~ 50 2, 76 | On the contrary, He that suffers injury does not sin, according 51 2, 106 | following his own will ~suffers something that is contrary 52 2, 122 | Ethic. i, 2). ~Now he that suffers martyrdom profits himself 53 2, 122 | evident to men whether she suffers this for love of the Christian 54 2, 122 | that a person willingly ~suffers being put to death. It happens 55 2, 131 | the soul of the man who suffers them ~is disheartened, it 56 2, 142 | the reproaches which he suffers on account of ~virtue, since 57 2, 162 | welfare ~of the person who suffers these penalties, to wit 58 2, 162 | secondly, in the pain which she suffers in giving birth, ~and this 59 2, 162 | conceives nor ~bears, she suffers from the defect of barrenness, 60 2, 173 | without, and ~in which he that suffers violence concurs not at 61 3, 7 | desires which the continent suffers. Hence, taking ~continence 62 3, 14 | OBJ 1: The penalties one suffers for another's sin are the 63 3, 14 | the one for whom he who suffers the ~punishment satisfies. 64 3, 15 | not passible. For ~nothing suffers except by reason of something 65 3, 15 | with an animal passion. It suffers with ~a bodily passion through 66 3, 15 | like manner. But the soul suffers with an animal ~passion, 67 3, 35 | He was born of the Father suffers no interruption; since it 68 3, 36 | clings to the breast, and suffers Himself to be ~wrapped in 69 3, 46 | since, when a guilty man suffers, he grieves not merely ~ 70 3, 46 | whole soul. For ~the soul suffers indirectly when the body 71 3, 46 | indirectly when the body suffers, inasmuch as it is the ~" 72 3, 46 | with woes, whereby the soul suffers with the flesh; or with 73 3, 46 | In another way a faculty suffers by ~a passion in the subject 74 3, 46 | which it is based; as sight suffers when the ~sense of touch 75 3, 47 | Philosopher (Ethic. v): "No one suffers ~injustice willingly"; and 76 3, 47 | he adds: "Where no one ~suffers injustice, nobody works 77 3, 48 | is evident that whosoever suffers for ~justice's sake, provided 78 3, 57 | dwelling-place; which worthiness suffers in no way, if, from some 79 3, 68 | man receives Baptism, or suffers martyrdom: for which reason 80 3, 69 | him ~not forthwith, but suffers him to live for a little 81 3, 77 | to its ~incorruptibility suffers neither increase nor decrease. 82 3, 80 | mental ~disturbance which one suffers from want of sleep or from 83 3, 81 | Further, every passible body suffers by contact and by being ~ 84 3, 81 | belongs to a body that ~suffers in respect of some extrinsic 85 Suppl, 10| from ~Rm. 5:3,4. Now man suffers tribulation chiefly in satisfaction. ~ 86 Suppl, 10| forgetting some, because he suffers from ignorance of fact, 87 Suppl, 11| ruin to ~the latter, if he suffers him to retain his priorship, 88 Suppl, 21| one who is excommunicated suffers ~justly, even if the author 89 Suppl, 39| comeliness. Hence he who suffers from a lack of members is ~ 90 Suppl, 57| being a eunuch or impotent, suffers ~especially from the absence 91 Suppl, 59| converted that the wife suffers prejudice.~Aquin.: SMT XP 92 Suppl, 70| it be said that the soul suffers from the corporeal ~fire, 93 Suppl, 70| together. Therefore the soul suffers ~not from that fire.~Aquin.: 94 Suppl, 70| iv, 29) says: ~"The soul suffers from the fire by merely 95 Suppl, 70| passion that one really suffers from ~the thing, but from 96 Suppl, 70| necessary to admit that the soul suffers ~even really from the corporeal 97 Suppl, 70| the Gospel, that the soul suffers ~from the fire not only 98 Suppl, 70| understand perfectly how the soul suffers from a corporeal fire: so 99 Suppl, 71| Gregory (Moral. ix) a ~man suffers more or less from the eternal 100 Suppl, 71| unchanged, it ~cannot be that he suffers less punishment. Moreover, 101 Suppl, 71| does not apply to one who suffers no default: since no ~one 102 Suppl, 93| aureole is due to one who suffers death for the ~truth of 103 Suppl, 93| the more that which one ~suffers voluntarily is difficult 104 Suppl, 93| the ~more is the will that suffers it for Christ's sake shown 105 Suppl, 93| out of lesser charity, suffers greater torments of martyrdom, 106 Suppl, 95| distracted by the pains that one suffers. Much less therefore can 107 Suppl, 95| conscience. But the ~conscience suffers remorse for deeds done against 108 Suppl, 96| 1/1~Whether God's mercy suffers at least men to be punished 109 Appen1, 1| since ~everything passible suffers of necessity in the presence 110 Appen1, 1| punishment in so far as he ~suffers in his person. Hence, as 111 Appen1, 2| a thing is the more ~it suffers if it has the sense of being 112 Appen1, 2| the pain which ~the body suffers in this world is greater 113 Appen1, 2| soul itself. That the soul ~suffers pain from the bodily fire 114 Appen1, 2| from a punishment that he ~suffers willingly. Now those who


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