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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wickedness

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | virtuous is pleasing, and no wickedness ~is useful; whereas this 2 1, 60 | inordinate love belongs to ~wickedness. But neither of these belongs 3 1, 60 | is ~above nature, while wickedness is against nature. Therefore 4 1, 63 | In His angels He found ~wickedness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 5 1, 61 | inordinate love belongs to ~wickedness. But neither of these belongs 6 1, 61 | is ~above nature, while wickedness is against nature. Therefore 7 1, 64 | In His angels He found ~wickedness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 8 1, 108 | friendships, but from their common wickedness ~whereby they hate men, 9 1, 108 | order to carry out their own wickedness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 10 1, 108 | fulfilment of their ~own wickedness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 11 1, 113 | against the spirits of wickedness in the high places."~Aquin.: 12 1, 116 | soul is vehemently moved to wickedness, as occurs ~mostly in little 13 2, 35 | Douay: 'plague'], and the wickedness of a woman is ~all evil." 14 2, 35 | Therefore, just as the wickedness of a woman surpasses all ~ 15 2, 35 | woman surpasses all ~other wickedness, as the text implies; so 16 2, 69 | he concludes, saying: "If wickedness makes a man so miserable, ~ 17 2, 71 | qu. 30) that "all human ~wickedness consists in using what we 18 2, 73 | against Him? ~. . . Thy wickedness may hurt a man that is like 19 2, 77 | whole world is seated in wickedness." ~Therefore these three 20 2, 79 | To God the wicked and his wickedness are hateful." Therefore 21 2, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, in wickedness act always precedes habit, 22 2, 87 | he imitates his father's ~wickedness; this would not be said 23 2, 95 | safeguarded in the midst of wickedness, and that the dread of ~ 24 2, 102 | God the ~wicked and his wickedness are hateful alike" (Wis. 25 2, 102 | woolen garment denoted the wickedness of ~flatterers; leprosy 26 2, 105 | refused to lend, not out of ~wickedness, but they were afraid to 27 2, 113 | and Thou hast forgiven the wickedness of ~my sin."~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 10 | one to his abode, ~i.e. wickedness and error, is not without 29 2, 12 | but also by reason of the wickedness of his will, ~whereby he 30 2, 13 | In His angels He found wickedness: how much more shall they ~ 31 2, 24 | they fall into very great wickedness, and ~become incurable, 32 2, 31 | in wait, nor ~seek after wickedness in the house of the just, 33 2, 34 | heart of man, yet in this wickedness the serpent stirs his whole ~ 34 2, 43 | likeness, being perfect in wickedness; thus we speak of a good 35 2, 53 | an enemy to God save for wickedness according ~to Wis. 14:9, " 36 2, 53 | To God the wicked and his wickedness are hateful alike." ~Now 37 2, 58 | though conscious of his own wickedness, he is prone to think evil 38 2, 58 | indications, esteems another man's wickedness as certain. This is a ~mortal 39 2, 58 | indications of a person's wickedness, we ought to deem him good, 40 2, 64 | whose very name implies wickedness," and among these he reckons ~ 41 2, 66 | of charity but their own wickedness that leads them ~to defame 42 2, 66 | disgrace is due to him for his wickedness in accusing ~another man 43 2, 71 | been incited by their own ~wickedness, in order that our merit 44 2, 74 | the matter of goodness and wickedness, as shown above (FS, ~Q[ 45 2, 76 | to ~fenerate, not out of wickedness," i.e. they would not lend. 46 2, 93 | truth he should publish ~his wickedness and accustom us to care 47 2, 95 | simplicity in our words and wickedness in our hearts." Now deceit 48 2, 98 | Peter, in condemning the wickedness of Simon in ~its very source, 49 2, 102 | mean between ~two forms of wickedness, as was stated above concerning 50 2, 106 | their ways; yet ~should the wickedness of the descendants increase, 51 2, 109 | on this ~account, yet his wickedness is not the wickedness he 52 2, 109 | his wickedness is not the wickedness he simulates. And ~because 53 2, 109 | holiness, though guilty of wickedness, he steals praise for a ~ 54 2, 111 | it contains a manifold ~wickedness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 55 2, 123 | not a ~result of one's own wickedness." Therefore it seems that 56 2, 142 | Now those who excel in wickedness are ~not ashamed, according 57 2, 152 | s part, and ~through the wickedness of the devil alone. Thus 58 2, 157 | savagery or brutality, as human wickedness differs from ~bestiality, 59 2, 157 | which is a form of human wickedness. But savagery or ~brutality 60 2, 160 | He may withdraw man from ~wickedness [*Vulg.: 'From the things 61 2, 160 | apparently man's beginning of ~wickedness is not the greatest of sins. 62 2, 161 | xiv, 15): "Great was the ~wickedness in sinning, when it was 63 2, 165 | in wait, nor seek ~after wickedness in the house of the just, 64 2, 172 | prophecy to blot out the wickedness of the ~nation." Therefore 65 2, 183 | scandal is not caused by the wickedness of persons ~desirous of 66 2, 184 | house I have found ~their wickedness." Therefore religious and 67 2, 184 | beloved hath wrought much wickedness in My house?" ~Thirdly, 68 2, 185 | wicked persons hide their wickedness ~under coarse clothing. 69 2, 187 | misled; but when he saw the ~wickedness of his teachers, he returned 70 3, 4 | And in His angels He found wickedness." Therefore the angelic ~ 71 3, 8 | were not beguiled into ~wickedness by him nor have imitated 72 3, 8 | him nor have imitated his wickedness. Hence he cannot be ~called 73 3, 8 | of the ~perfection of his wickedness. Hence, on 2 Thess. 2:4, " 74 3, 8 | Anti-christ the fulness of all wickedness." Not indeed as ~if his 75 3, 8 | suggestion ~infuses his wickedness more copiously into him 76 3, 8 | the head, inasmuch as the wickedness of the devil ~is most fully 77 3, 8 | lxxxiii), but by the effect of wickedness.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[8] 78 3, 8 | as it were, brings his wickedness to a head, in the same way 79 3, 31 | because they were alike in wickedness and misfortune.~Aquin.: 80 3, 42 | years ~into an instrument of wickedness, they should be rebuked 81 3, 46 | dwelt, to show that the wickedness of His slayers arose from 82 3, 49 | God the ~wicked and his wickedness are hateful alike"; and 83 3, 49 | suffering Christ surpassed the wickedness of His ~slayers. Accordingly 84 3, 52 | shame for their unbelief and wickedness: but to them who were detained 85 3, 64 | intention belongs to the wickedness of the ~minister. But the 86 3, 64 | of the ~minister. But the wickedness of the minister does not 87 3, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The wickedness of Judas was known to Christ 88 3, 84 | penance . . . from this thy wickedness." But Baptism is a sacrament ~ 89 3, 85 | God, or on ~account of its wickedness, which pertains to charity.~ 90 3, 88 | and Thou hast forgiven the wickedness of my ~sin": and against 91 Suppl, 11| would ~seem to palliate the wickedness of bad priests, for they 92 Suppl, 19| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the wickedness of the minister cannot void 93 Suppl, 19| Therefore he cannot ~by his wickedness take away from us the gift 94 Suppl, 22| to be united ~together in wickedness. Now when a man is obstinate 95 Suppl, 22| man is obstinate in his wickedness he ~should be excommunicated. 96 Suppl, 36| correcting his sons for their wickedness; wherefore "he ~fell backwards . . . 97 Suppl, 42| incline so much to other wickedness. For this reason the Apostle ~ 98 Suppl, 47| both on account of the wickedness of those women, ~and because 99 Suppl, 67| order to avoid some form of wickedness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 100 Suppl, 72| prayers, on account of the wickedness of this same ~people: and 101 Suppl, 86| 2~Further, goodness and wickedness are more perfect in the 102 Suppl, 94| now prides himself in his wickedness." Nor ~does globe here signify 103 Suppl, 95| inclination is corrupted by their wickedness, in so far as this ~good 104 Suppl, 95| good. Yet it comes of their wickedness that they esteem ~that which 105 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the wickedness of the damned in hell will 106 Suppl, 95| Reply OBJ 1: The damned will wickedness, but shun punishment: and 107 Suppl, 95| indirectly they repent of wickedness committed.~Aquin.: SMT XP 108 Suppl, 96| are punished for their own wickedness. Yet they ~will burn to 109 Suppl, 96| damned who are obstinate in wickedness. And yet ~we may say that 110 Suppl, 96| demons are obstinate in wickedness and ~therefore have to be 111 Appen1, 1| Baptism, they ~are without wickedness and malice, and have suffered 112 Appen1, 2| enjoyment, wherein all human wickedness consists, in ~that "we enjoy


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