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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wrong

    Part, Question
1 1, 39 | Therefore it is equally wrong to say that the three persons 2 1, 39 | Who is God the Father," is wrong, ~because since the word " 3 1, 39 | essence. In this he was wrong, because if we ~wish to 4 1, 39 | Therefore it is equally wrong to say that the three persons 5 1, 39 | Who is God the Father," is wrong, ~because since the word " 6 1, 39 | essence. In this he was wrong, because if we ~wish to 7 1, 94 | would be ashamed if he did ~wrong" (Ethic. iv, 9).~Aquin.: 8 1, 112 | the other side is in the wrong. It will ~follow therefore, 9 1, 112 | angel is a compounder of wrong; which is ~unseemly. Therefore 10 2, 17 | generation, and the right or wrong use thereof.~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 20 | if a man bear patiently a wrong done to him, the wrongdoer 12 2, 21 | in a doctor to give the wrong ~medicine." But the artist 13 2, 24 | evident that Cicero was wrong in disapproving (De ~Tusc. 14 2, 26 | well-directed love, and a wrong will is ill-directed love." 15 2, 34 | pleasure. But they were wrong in holding this opinion. 16 2, 42 | be feared which when done wrong cannot be put right . . . 17 2, 46 | emotion of the soul due to the wrong ~inflicted; whereas hatred 18 2, 47 | confess that they have done wrong, who ~humble themselves 19 2, 48 | movement of anger arises from a wrong done ~that causes sorrow, 20 2, 48 | thing; he grieves for the wrong done, while he takes pleasure 21 2, 48 | caused by the memory of a wrong done. Consequently the cause 22 2, 48 | vanishes altogether. Moreover a wrong seems greater when it is 23 2, 48 | further the ~sense of present wrong recedes into the past. The 24 2, 48 | be greater: because ~the wrong done which aroused his former 25 2, 48 | comparison with ~the second wrong, which is reckoned greater, 26 2, 57 | while his execution is wrong. The matter does not attain 27 2, 61 | things of God." But it seems wrong ~to do this, for Cicero 28 2, 65 | whatever. Thus, if a man be wrong about the principle, "A 29 2, 73 | virtuous ~man who bears a wrong with equanimity is less 30 2, 73 | equanimity is less harmed by the wrong done ~him, than others, 31 2, 76 | the ~knowledge that it is wrong to kill one's father, and 32 2, 94 | law, was not considered wrong among the Germans, as Julius 33 2, 100 | It would seem that it is wrong to distinguish other moral ~ 34 2, 24 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is wrong to hope in man as though 35 2, 24 | like manner it would be wrong if a man loved his neighbor ~ 36 2, 24 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is wrong to love one's enemies as 37 2, 30 | impossible, and it is altogether wrong to give alms out ~of what 38 2, 31 | truth to have done anything wrong, people will seek by busily 39 2, 38 | faith with ~all men, it is wrong to lie to anyone, as Augustine 40 2, 41 | wherein not only would they do wrong, ~but would also be to others 41 2, 41 | Why do you not rather take wrong? why do you not rather suffer ~ 42 2, 42 | transgresses a precept does a wrong. But if man ~loves some 43 2, 49 | country, when it would be wrong to give him back his ~deposit, 44 2, 51 | where he ought not, so as to wrong a sacred place, this would 45 2, 56 | Polit. i, 1) ~that "they are wrong who maintain that the State 46 2, 60 | Now it is clear that it is wrong ~to remain in sin even for 47 2, 79 | Therefore it would ~seem wrong to worship God with bodily 48 2, 81 | Monte ii, 3), "it is not wrong to be seen by ~men, but 49 2, 81 | words, lest ~we say them wrong, another which attends to 50 2, 81 | Further, it seems to be wrong to transgress the limits 51 2, 86 | that which it would be wrong or useless to vow, or which 52 2, 87 | i, 50): "Sometimes it is wrong to fulfil a ~promise, and 53 2, 87 | oath is doubtfully right or wrong, useful or harmful, either ~ 54 2, 92 | affirmed that it is not wrong for one who is seized in ~ 55 2, 93 | hands," ~says: "It is not wrong to cast lots, for it is 56 2, 93 | sortilege of this kind is not wrong in itself, as Augustine ~ 57 2, 94 | the reason why it is ~wrong to inquire of the demons 58 2, 102 | Beneficiis iii): "It is wrong to suppose that slavery ~ 59 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 4: Sometimes a wrong done to a person reflects 60 2, 106 | that person to avenge the wrong. For ~example, Elias made 61 2, 106 | Guilisarius). But in so far as the wrong inflicted on a man ~affects 62 2, 106 | vengeance we resist force, or wrong, ~and in general whatever 63 2, 106 | the individual by whom a wrong is resisted, it belongs 64 2, 106 | far as a man ~avenges the wrong done to God and his neighbor, 65 2, 127 | others as ~to do anything wrong for their sake. Yet humility 66 2, 128 | presumptuous disdain and wrong others, because they ~deem 67 2, 142 | sometimes those who do nothing wrong suffer ~ignominy, according 68 2, 142 | among whom we have done no wrong, make us more ~ashamed, 69 2, 148 | sober, because they do wrong in more ways than one." 70 2, 148 | namely of the prevention of wrong, "rather than the leniency ~ 71 2, 154 | not ~only because it is wrong" - that is, by straying 72 2, 154 | since he knows he is doing wrong, and does wrong ~notwithstanding: 73 2, 154 | is doing wrong, and does wrong ~notwithstanding: whereas 74 2, 156 | the intent of doing him a wrong. - But, according to ~the 75 2, 156 | but ~even the good to do wrong."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] 76 2, 159 | but since it ~would be wrong for one to love one's own 77 2, 165 | of ~truth may be right or wrong. First, when one tends by 78 2, 165 | him, if he do anything ~wrong, according to the rule of 79 2, 180 | whether they no longer ~wrong their neighbor, whether 80 2, 185 | But they are altogether wrong." He proves this first because 81 2, 186 | the sense of forgiving the wrong done to oneself, and thus 82 3, 14 | and He Himself did nothing wrong in the order of His life. 83 3, 16 | But there is no kind of wrong done to God if ~they are 84 3, 16 | God accounts ~nothing a wrong which is the occasion of 85 3, 40 | custom, nor was it thought ~wrong for women, following the 86 3, 41 | when a man does ~something wrong in order to acquire such 87 3, 41 | Christ had suffered the wrong of being tempted by the ~ 88 3, 42 | giving offense, as neither by wrong ~deed or word to be the 89 3, 44 | said is true. For it is wrong to seek ~to learn from the 90 3, 47 | to them who have suffered wrong, since, as is written Ps. 91 3, 47 | slays a man not only does a wrong to the one slain, but likewise ~ 92 3, 48 | because he who has done the wrong must grieve over it and ~ 93 3, 48 | but rather wrought a great wrong. Therefore ~Christ's Passion 94 3, 64 | Eccl. Hier. i) that "it is wrong for ~the wicked even to 95 3, 68 | to make satisfaction for wrong done to him, is to cease 96 3, 68 | 3:8). ~Therefore it is wrong to kill a mother that her 97 Suppl, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: No wrong is done to a person unless 98 Suppl, 8 | jurisdiction to others, no wrong is done to the inferior ~ 99 Suppl, 36| Eccl. Hier. i), "it is ~wrong for the unclean even to 100 Suppl, 49| intercourse of ~fornication is wrong in itself. Therefore, in 101 Suppl, 49| marriage ~intercourse be not wrong, something must be added 102 Suppl, 51| while ~error supposes a wrong judgment of reason about 103 Suppl, 65| consequently they did not think it wrong to have intercourse ~with 104 Suppl, 67| away of a ~wife and did no wrong by not forbidding it, for " 105 Suppl, 67| put away one's ~wife is wrong in itself, it nevertheless 106 Suppl, 67| the husband did a greater wrong by ~divorcing his wife than


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