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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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slight

    Part, Question
1 1, 26 | semblance it has, howsoever slight, of beatitude, the whole 2 1, 83 | the ~evaporation be very slight, not only does the imagination 3 1, 85 | are made in sleep, when slight internal movements are felt ~ 4 1, 93 | two things; ~namely, any slight surmise, in which one adheres 5 2, 32 | be removing an ~apparent slight, which seems to be due to 6 2, 32 | wishes to be quit of this slight by paying back the hurt. 7 2, 44 | If, however, the fear be slight, so as to make a ~man wish 8 2, 47 | who is angry?~(2) Whether slight or contempt is the sole 9 2, 47 | anger were slighted: and a slight is an ~action.~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 47 | sole motive of anger is slight or contempt?~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 47 | OBJ 1: It would seem that slight or contempt is not the sole 12 2, 47 | or slighted. Therefore a slight is not ~the only motive 13 2, 47 | for honor and grief for a slight belong to the ~same subject. 14 2, 47 | Ethic. iii, 8). Therefore a slight is ~not the sole motive 15 2, 47 | on account of a seeming slight done ~unbecomingly."~Aquin.: 16 2, 47 | of anger are reduced to slight. For slight ~is of three 17 2, 47 | are reduced to slight. For slight ~is of three kinds, as stated 18 2, 47 | second reason is because a slight is opposed to a man's excellence: ~ 19 2, 47 | excellence, seems to savor of a slight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 20 2, 47 | of injury: contempt or ~slight alone adds to the motive 21 2, 47 | amounts to some kind of slight. Thus ~forgetfulness is 22 2, 47 | forgetfulness is a clear sign of slight esteem, for the more we 23 2, 47 | motive of anger ~is an unjust slight, as stated above (A[2]). 24 2, 47 | is, the more unjust is a slight offered him in the ~matter 25 2, 59 | live without committing slight sins, according to 1 ~Jn. 26 2, 78 | sometimes that a man commits a ~slight sin through habit, as when 27 2, 80 | lovers ~are moved, by even a slight likeness, to an apprehension 28 2, 89 | sometimes, yet they commit but slight venial sins, ~and in most 29 2, 97 | general custom, even in slight matters, is ~looked upon 30 2, 100 | are those which ~with but slight reflection can be gathered 31 2, 105 | sheep." Moreover, certain slight offenses are severely ~punished: 32 2, 2 | but on account of some slight motive, ~as in one who " 33 2, 12 | blasphemy, every sin is slight."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] A[ 34 2, 23 | however, he adds: "If some slight slip should occur, and he ~ 35 2, 28 | like ~dissension about very slight matters and about opinions 36 2, 39 | It ~is a venial sin, if a slight movement of hatred or vengeance 37 2, 41 | instance, when, through a slight indiscretion, a person either 38 2, 41 | only a little and in some slight matter: and this is ~not 39 2, 41 | or deeds, these are ~so slight as to be insufficient in 40 2, 58 | evil thinking based on slight indications, and this is 41 2, 58 | envious of him, he is led by slight ~indications to think evil 42 2, 58 | another's goodness from slight indications. This is a ~ 43 2, 58 | degree is when a man, from slight ~indications, esteems another 44 2, 66 | short time. And since a slight difference ~of words changes 45 2, 70 | indeliberately or through slight anger. Therefore reviling ~ 46 2, 70 | wittiness to utter some slight mockery, not ~with intent 47 2, 70 | venial sin, if it be a ~slight railing that does not inflict 48 2, 70 | lightness of heart or some slight anger, without the ~fixed 49 2, 71 | seems to respect rather than slight ~him, so that he injures 50 2, 71 | Augustine's work] reckons it a slight sin "to ~speak ill without 51 2, 71 | inserted, "lest it be deemed a ~slight sin because it consists 52 2, 71 | case when a man utters a ~slight evil about someone, not 53 2, 73 | it is considered to be ~slight. Now an evil may be considered 54 2, 73 | may be considered to be slight in two ways: first, in ~ 55 2, 73 | defect, because it is a slight evil in itself, ~this is 56 2, 73 | defect may be considered as a slight evil in relation to the 57 2, 74 | works] reckons cursing among slight sins. But such sins are ~ 58 2, 74 | that which proceeds from a slight movement of the mind does 59 2, 74 | sometimes ~arises from a slight movement. Therefore cursing 60 2, 74 | such words through some slight movement, or in jest, ~or 61 2, 75 | of estimate, so that a ~slight addition or subtraction 62 2, 105 | that if ingratitude were a slight ~sin. Therefore ingratitude 63 2, 113 | Sanctis) ~reckons among slight sins, "if one desire to 64 2, 147 | designate ~temperance. Yet slight excess is more harmful in 65 2, 150 | we ~should seem to cast a slight on what is a virtue of high 66 2, 154 | intemperate man sins even ~through slight concupiscence and sometimes 67 2, 154 | it or with calm," i.e. ~slight desire. "For what would 68 2, 156 | too quickly and for any slight cause. ~Secondly, in relation 69 2, 170 | it is receptive ~even of slight impressions. Or again, it 70 2, 181 | another, not indeed from any slight or unstable cause, but from 71 2, 183 | honors, we must not deem it a slight sin to 'have the faith of 72 2, 183 | he fail or ~exceed in a slight degree, this may happen 73 2, 184 | secular, ~because his sin if slight is absorbed as it were by 74 3, 27 | venial sin, albeit extremely slight, as Augustine says in ~his 75 3, 28 | lest in that marriage any slight ~should be offered to the 76 3, 43 | heaven. If anyone deem this a slight ~thing for God to do, I 77 3, 54 | Still it requires but a slight ~difference for anyone to 78 3, 60 | interruption of the speaker is so slight, that his ~intention and 79 3, 72 | anointings, so as not to slight ~the invisible unction whereby 80 3, 74 | towards corruption, which a slight change in the savor betrays, 81 3, 77 | of the liquid added be so slight as not to ~permeate throughout, 82 3, 77 | Some have held that however slight be the mixing of ~extraneous 83 3, 80 | other food or ~drink in very slight quantity, or of the remains 84 3, 87 | Ep. ~cclxv] that "for our slight sins we strike our breasts, 85 3, 88 | punishment does not arise from a slight sin. But ~sometimes a subsequent 86 Suppl, 3 | Therefore his sorrow is very slight.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[3] A[1] 87 Suppl, 3 | because she grieved for her slight sins as much as though they 88 Suppl, 5 | punishment entirely?~(3) Whether slight contrition suffices to blot 89 Suppl, 5 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether slight contrition suffices to blot 90 Suppl, 5 | OBJ 1: It would seem that slight contrition does not suffice 91 Suppl, 5 | grace. Therefore, however slight it be, it blots out all ~ 92 Suppl, 5 | committed. This can be so slight as not to ~suffice for real 93 Suppl, 5 | say that sorrow, however slight it be, provided it ~suffice 94 Suppl, 5 | suffices for healing a slight sin, suffices also to heal 95 Suppl, 9 | are done ~sometimes for slight sins, and sometimes for 96 Suppl, 18| man who has committed a slight sin, is not less ~susceptible 97 Suppl, 18| possible for a sin to ~be so slight that the punishment which 98 Suppl, 18| entire punishment due for the slight sin: ~which is false.~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 23| mortal sin by uttering just a slight word to an ~excommunicated 100 Suppl, 47| commit a sin, not even a very slight ~one, for fear. Therefore 101 Suppl, 66| were contracted through slight and ~temporary causes, and 102 Appen1, 2| author] say that certain slight ~sins will be remitted in


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