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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ingratitude

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1 2, 73 | Secondly, on account of ingratitude, ~because every good in 2 2, 76 | a species of the ~sin of ingratitude, the highest degree of which 3 2, 104 | thankfulness or gratitude, and ingratitude. ~Concerning thankfulness 4 2, 104 | no place for gratitude or ingratitude, ~since a man cannot deny 5 2, 105 | 107] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF INGRATITUDE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 6 2, 105 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider ingratitude, under which head there 7 2, 105 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether ingratitude is always a sin?~(2) Whether 8 2, 105 | always a sin?~(2) Whether ingratitude is a special sin?~(3) Whether 9 2, 105 | 3) Whether every act of ingratitude is a mortal sin?~(4) Whether 10 2, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether ingratitude is always a sin?~Aquin.: 11 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that ingratitude is not always a sin. For 12 2, 105 | from sinning, it seems that ingratitude is not always a ~sin.~Aquin.: 13 2, 105 | of ~the sinner to avoid ingratitude, for instance when he has 14 2, 105 | kindness is the height of ~ingratitude." Therefore ingratitude 15 2, 105 | ingratitude." Therefore ingratitude is not always a sin.~Aquin.: 16 2, 105 | De Benef. iv). Therefore ingratitude is not always a sin.~Aquin.: 17 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Ingratitude is reckoned among other 18 2, 105 | it is evident that ~every ingratitude is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 19 2, 105 | No man is excused from ingratitude through inability to ~repay, 20 2, 105 | favor received amounts to ingratitude, not indeed the ~forgetfulness 21 2, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether ingratitude is a special sin?~Aquin.: 22 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that ingratitude is not a special sin. For 23 2, 105 | benefactor. But this pertains to ~ingratitude. Therefore ingratitude is 24 2, 105 | ingratitude. Therefore ingratitude is not a special sin.~Aquin.: 25 2, 105 | a ~benefactor. Therefore ingratitude is not a special sin.~Aquin.: 26 2, 105 | but it is the ~height of ingratitude to forget it." Now these 27 2, 105 | species of sin. Therefore ingratitude is not a special sin.~Aquin.: 28 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Ingratitude is opposed to gratitude 29 2, 105 | something more. Wherefore ingratitude is properly denominated 30 2, 105 | special virtue, so also is ingratitude ~one special sin.~Aquin.: 31 2, 105 | that the first degree of ~ingratitude is when a man fails to repay 32 2, 105 | to the ~first degree of ingratitude to return evil for good, 33 2, 105 | every sin there is material ingratitude to God, inasmuch ~as a man 34 2, 105 | something that may pertain to ingratitude. But formal ~ingratitude 35 2, 105 | ingratitude. But formal ~ingratitude is when a favor is actually 36 2, 105 | this way the ~aspect of ingratitude is to be found in many kinds 37 2, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether ingratitude is always a mortal sin?~ 38 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that ingratitude is always a mortal sin. 39 2, 105 | every man would be guilty of ingratitude. ~Therefore no ingratitude 40 2, 105 | ingratitude. ~Therefore no ingratitude is a venial sin.~Aquin.: 41 2, 105 | above (Q[24], A[12]). But ingratitude is contrary to charity, ~ 42 2, 105 | A[6], ad 2). Therefore ingratitude is always a ~mortal sin.~ 43 2, 105 | no necessity for that if ingratitude were a slight ~sin. Therefore 44 2, 105 | a slight ~sin. Therefore ingratitude is always a mortal sin.~ 45 2, 105 | recipient in the way of ingratitude. Therefore ~ingratitude 46 2, 105 | ingratitude. Therefore ~ingratitude is not always a mortal sin.~ 47 2, 105 | virtue in him. And yet ~ingratitude of this kind may happen 48 2, 105 | observed, however, that when ingratitude arises from a mortal ~sin, 49 2, 105 | the perfect character of ingratitude, and when it arises from ~ 50 2, 105 | incurring the guilt of perfect ingratitude: but there is ~something 51 2, 105 | but there is ~something of ingratitude in a venial sin, in so far 52 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: When ingratitude is a venial sin it is not 53 2, 105 | is given an occasion of ~ingratitude. Therefore favors should 54 2, 105 | therefrom an occasion of ingratitude, this is not to be imputed 55 2, 105 | the part of a ~punisher of ingratitude, but rather that of a kindly 56 2, 105 | physician, by ~healing the ingratitude with repeated favors.~ 57 2, 160 | species of pride pertain to ingratitude. ~To excuse oneself of a 58 3, 81 | condemnation follow his ~ingratitude for that same good." And 59 3, 81 | good." And owing to that ingratitude, "what is ~good became evil 60 3, 88 | in a ~way, on account of ingratitude?~(3) Whether the debt of 61 3, 88 | returned?~(4) Whether this ingratitude, on account of which sins 62 3, 88 | forgiven, return through ingratitude which is ~shown especially 63 3, 88 | sins do not return through ingratitude, which ~is shown especially 64 3, 88 | pardon, the greater the ingratitude. But there are ~sins more 65 3, 88 | pardoned do ~not return through ingratitude as manifested in these sins, 66 3, 88 | they too return through ~ingratitude; and, in like manner seemingly, 67 3, 88 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, ingratitude is all the greater, according 68 3, 88 | innocence is no less an ingratitude to God, than a sin ~committed 69 3, 88 | repentance, so that seemingly ingratitude in respect of ~the aforesaid 70 3, 88 | through Penance": so that ingratitude ~implied in the hatred of 71 3, 88 | punishment, by reason of ~ingratitude, is virtually contained 72 3, 88 | Now one may be ~guilty of ingratitude in two ways: first by doing 73 3, 88 | return, on account of ~the ingratitude. Secondly, one is guilty 74 3, 88 | Secondly, one is guilty of ingratitude, by doing ~something not 75 3, 88 | Accordingly it is said that the ingratitude of sinners is a special ~ 76 3, 88 | does not, however, ~incur ingratitude by committing a venial sin, 77 3, 88 | altogether unworthy, so that the ingratitude which follows is all the ~ 78 3, 88 | punishment that arises through ingratitude in respect ~of a subsequent 79 3, 88 | punishment arising through ~ingratitude in respect of a subsequent 80 3, 88 | is the greatness of the ingratitude whereby this ~favor is scorned. 81 3, 88 | with the greatness of the ingratitude. Therefore the debt of ~ 82 3, 88 | punishment arising through ingratitude in respect of a subsequent 83 3, 88 | to him on account of his ingratitude) ~"to the torturers, until 84 3, 88 | punishment incurred through ingratitude were as great ~as that incurred 85 3, 88 | punishment returns through ingratitude.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 86 3, 88 | punishment incurred ~through ingratitude in respect of a subsequent 87 3, 88 | which it ~incurs through the ingratitude connected with it. For it 88 3, 88 | necessary ~that the measure of ingratitude should be exactly equal 89 3, 88 | grave. But the measure ~of ingratitude is proportionately equal 90 3, 88 | against the benefactor, the ingratitude will be so much the ~greater, 91 3, 88 | pardoned: but the sin of ~ingratitude does not take its absolute 92 3, 88 | slavery for any kind of ingratitude, but only ~when this is 93 3, 88 | on account of ~subsequent ingratitude, incurs the debt for all, 94 3, 88 | proportionally in his subsequent ~ingratitude, but not absolutely, as 95 3, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the ingratitude whereby a subsequent sin 96 3, 88 | It would seem that the ingratitude, whereby a subsequent sin ~ 97 3, 88 | special virtue. Therefore this ingratitude is a special sin.~Aquin.: 98 3, 88 | is a ~special virtue. But ingratitude is opposed to thanksgiving. 99 3, 88 | thanksgiving. Therefore ~ingratitude is a special sin.~Aquin.: 100 3, 88 | from a special cause. Now ~ingratitude has a special effect, viz. 101 3, 88 | already forgiven. Therefore ingratitude is a special sin.~Aquin.: 102 3, 88 | been said (A[1]). Therefore ingratitude is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: 103 3, 88 | 1/3~I answer that, The ingratitude of the sinner is sometimes 104 3, 88 | drawn to the species of ingratitude, ~and in this way a sinner' 105 3, 88 | and in this way a sinner's ingratitude is a special sin. If, however, 106 3, 88 | implying contempt of God, his ~ingratitude will not be a special sin, 107 3, 88 | evident that the sinner's ingratitude is ~sometimes a special 108 3, 88 | objections prove that ingratitude is in itself a special sin; 109 3, 88 | last objection proves that ingratitude, as included in every sin, 110 Suppl, 84| remain in the ~guilt of ingratitude, which is increased through 111 Suppl, 96| naught: because on account of ingratitude a person ~deserves to lose


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