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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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clemency

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1 1, 113 | is on the part of God's clemency; for as Chrysostom says ( 2 2, 153 | temperance: (1) continence; ~(2) clemency; (3) modesty. Under the 3 2, 155 | 157] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF CLEMENCY AND MEEKNESS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 4 2, 155 | ARTICLES)~We must next consider clemency and meekness, and the contrary 5 2, 155 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether clemency and meekness are altogether 6 2, 155 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether clemency and meekness are absolutely 7 2, 155 | OBJ 1: It would seem that clemency and meekness are absolutely 8 2, 155 | Rhet. ii, 2]. Since, ~then, clemency "is leniency of a superior 9 2, 155 | punishment, it would seem that clemency and meekness are the ~same.~ 10 2, 155 | Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) that "clemency is a ~virtue whereby the 11 2, 155 | person," so that apparently clemency moderates ~hatred. Now, 12 2, 155 | the matter of meekness and clemency. Therefore ~seemingly clemency 13 2, 155 | clemency. Therefore ~seemingly clemency and meekness are absolutely 14 2, 155 | opposed to meekness and clemency. ~Therefore it seems that 15 2, 155 | seems that meekness and clemency are absolutely the same.~ 16 2, 155 | definition of Seneca (OBJ[1]~) "clemency is leniency of a superior 17 2, 155 | Therefore meekness and clemency are not absolutely the same.~ 18 2, 155 | while it belongs directly to clemency to mitigate ~punishment, 19 2, 155 | of anger, ~concurs with clemency towards the same effect; 20 2, 155 | one ~another, inasmuch as clemency moderates external punishment, 21 2, 155 | itself of vengeance; ~whereas clemency regards the punishment itself 22 2, 155 | punishment - and this pertains to clemency - while hatred is an obstacle ~ 23 2, 155 | severely, "is restrained by clemency," from ~inflicting too severe 24 2, 155 | severe a punishment, so that clemency directly moderates ~not 25 2, 155 | Para. 1/1~Whether both clemency and meekness are virtues?~ 26 2, 155 | would seem that neither clemency nor meekness is a virtue. 27 2, 155 | virtue. Therefore neither clemency nor ~meekness is a virtue.~ 28 2, 155 | Ethic. ii, ~2]. But both clemency and meekness consist in 29 2, 155 | a certain decrease; for ~clemency decreases punishment, and 30 2, 155 | anger. Therefore ~neither clemency nor meekness is a virtue.~ 31 2, 155 | is ~conspicuous for his clemency and meekness." Now it is 32 2, 155 | Ethic. ii, 6). Therefore clemency ~and meekness are virtues.~ 33 2, 155 | this ~is verified both in clemency and in meekness. For clemency, 34 2, 155 | clemency and in meekness. For clemency, in mitigating ~punishment, " 35 2, 155 | it is manifest that both clemency and ~meekness are virtues.~ 36 2, 155 | rather to be ~opposed to clemency, which also regards external 37 2, 155 | reason requires it; while clemency ~mitigates punishment also 38 2, 155 | observes [*Cf. Q[120]]. ~As to clemency, it mitigates punishment, 39 2, 155 | De ~Clementia ii, 1): "Clemency grants this, in the first 40 2, 155 | Wherefore it is clear ~that clemency is related to severity as 41 2, 155 | accordance with the law. Yet clemency ~differs from equity, as 42 2, 155 | parts of ~temperance. For clemency mitigates punishment, as 43 2, 155 | Therefore seemingly ~clemency is not a part of temperance.~ 44 2, 155 | concupiscences; whereas ~meekness and clemency regard, not concupiscences, 45 2, 155 | Now this is ~opposed to clemency and meekness. Since then 46 2, 155 | prudence, it seems that clemency and meekness are parts of 47 2, 155 | De Clementia ii, 3) that "clemency is ~temperance of the soul 48 2, 155 | Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) reckons clemency a part of temperance.~Aquin.: 49 2, 155 | pleasures of touch. Now clemency and meekness likewise consist 50 2, 155 | certain restraint, since clemency mitigates punishment, while 51 2, 155 | AA[1],2). Therefore both clemency and ~meekness are annexed 52 2, 155 | This belongs properly to ~clemency, wherefore Seneca says ( 53 2, 155 | De Clementia ii, 3) that "clemency is a certain smoothness ~ 54 2, 155 | matter. Now meekness and clemency agree with ~temperance in 55 2, 155 | feeling which gives rise to clemency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[157] A[ 56 2, 155 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether clemency and meekness are the greatest 57 2, 155 | OBJ 1: It would seem that clemency and meekness are the greatest ~ 58 2, 155 | throne is strengthened by clemency." ~Therefore meekness and 59 2, 155 | Therefore meekness and clemency are the greatest of virtues.~ 60 2, 155 | Therefore meekness and clemency are the greatest virtues.~ 61 2, 155 | genus. It is ~impossible for clemency or meekness to be absolutely 62 2, 155 | absolutely greater virtues than clemency and meekness.~Aquin.: SMT 63 2, 155 | 2/2~Yet nothing prevents clemency and meekness from having 64 2, 155 | 141], A[7], ad 2). As to clemency, ~inasmuch as it mitigates 65 2, 155 | Reply OBJ 2: Meekness and clemency make us acceptable to God 66 2, 155 | indeed with meekness and clemency by ~concurring towards the 67 2, 155 | urges to vengeance, and clemency does this ~through leniency 68 2, 156 | Cruelty that is opposed to clemency. Concerning anger there ~ 69 2, 157 | Whether cruelty is opposed to clemency?~(2) Of its comparison with 70 2, 157 | Whether cruelty is opposed to clemency?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[159] A[ 71 2, 157 | cruelty is not opposed to clemency. For Seneca ~says (De Clementia 72 2, 157 | contrary to justice. Now clemency is reckoned a ~part, not 73 2, 157 | cruelty is ~not opposed to clemency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[159] A[ 74 2, 157 | mercy is ~not the same as clemency, as stated above (Q[157], 75 2, 157 | cruelty is not opposed to clemency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[159] A[ 76 2, 157 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, clemency is concerned with the infliction 77 2, 157 | cruelty is not opposed to clemency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[159] A[ 78 2, 157 | that "the opposite of ~clemency is cruelty, which is nothing 79 2, 157 | ad 1; A[4], ad ~3) that clemency denotes a certain smoothness 80 2, 157 | is directly ~opposed to clemency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[159] A[ 81 2, 157 | one to ~this belongs to clemency: so too, excess in punishing, 82 2, 157 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Mercy and clemency concur in this, that both 83 2, 157 | action, while it belongs to clemency to mitigate another's ~unhappiness 84 2, 157 | more directly opposed to clemency ~than to mercy; yet on account 85 2, 157 | and cruelty are opposed to clemency by way of excess. ~Therefore 86 2, 157 | there be piety without undue clemency." Therefore ~savagery is 87 2, 157 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Clemency is a human virtue; wherefore 88 2, 157 | directly opposed ~not to clemency, but to a more excellent 89 2, 158 | punishment; wherefore he severed clemency also from modesty, and held ~ 90 2, 162 | inconsistent with mercy and ~clemency, which are most of all ascribed 91 3, 63 | himself on the emperor's clemency, ~and having besought and 92 Suppl, 72| we need to bespeak His ~clemency through the prayers of the 93 Suppl, 72| a hearing of the Divine ~clemency on our behalf: secondly,


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