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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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discord

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | ignorant if He did not know discord. Now the ~perfections which 2 1, 44 | for instance, affinity, ~discord, intellect, or something 3 1, 57 | ridiculous to say that a discord, which is known to us, should 4 1, 45 | for instance, affinity, ~discord, intellect, or something 5 1, 58 | ridiculous to say that a discord, which is known to us, should 6 1, 112| Whether there can be strife or discord among the angels? ~Aquin.: 7 1, 112| that there can be strife or discord among the ~angels. For it 8 2, 24 | itself, in harmony or in discord with reason: as is clear 9 2, 12 | at all times he ~soweth discord." Moreover if anyone were 10 2, 12 | result is that "he sows discord," ~endeavoring to sever 11 2, 12 | deviseth evil, and . . . soweth discord," in order ~to sever others 12 2, 32 | the joy of ~charity; (3) discord and schism, which are contrary 13 2, 35 | 37] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF DISCORD, WHICH IS CONTRARY TO PEACE ( 14 2, 35 | first we shall ~consider discord which is in the heart, secondly 15 2, 35 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether discord is a sin?~(2) Whether it 16 2, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether discord is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 17 2, 35 | OBJ 1: It would seem that discord is not a sin. For to disaccord 18 2, 35 | our own will. Therefore discord is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 35 | sin to incite others to discord, for it is written ~(Acts 20 2, 35 | the Sadducees." Therefore discord is ~not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 35 | found in a holy ~man. But discord is to be found even among 22 2, 35 | from another." Therefore discord is not a sin. and ~least 23 2, 35 | kingdom of God. ~Therefore discord is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 24 2, 35 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Discord is opposed to concord. Now, 25 2, 35 | our neighbor. Wherefore discord is a sin, ~in so far as 26 2, 35 | concord is destroyed by discord in two ~ways: first, directly; 27 2, 35 | first movements of such discord are venial sins by reason 28 2, 35 | thinks contrariwise, the discord is in this case accidentally 29 2, 35 | our neighbor. Such like discord is neither ~sinful nor against 30 2, 35 | follows from ~this that discord is sometimes the sin of 31 2, 35 | good. Hence to cause a ~discord, whereby a good concord 32 2, 35 | to be "him that soweth discord among brethren." On ~the 33 2, 35 | other hand, to arouse a discord whereby an evil concord ( 34 2, 35 | be commended for sowing discord among those who concorded 35 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The discord between Paul and Barnabas 36 2, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether discord is a daughter of vainglory?~ 37 2, 35 | OBJ 1: It would seem that discord is not a daughter of vainglory. 38 2, 35 | distinct from vainglory. Now discord is apparently the ~daughter 39 2, 35 | severs, charity ~unites." Now discord is merely a separation of 40 2, 35 | separation of wills. Therefore discord ~arises from malice, i.e. 41 2, 35 | capital vice. Now such is discord, because Jerome in commenting 42 2, 35 | small things thrive, so discord brings the ~greatest things 43 2, 35 | things to ruin." Therefore discord should itself be reckoned 44 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Discord denotes a certain disunion 45 2, 35 | and vainglory. Therefore discord, whereby a man holds to 46 2, 35 | Strife is not the same as discord, for strife consists in ~ 47 2, 35 | one's neighbor; whereas discord consists ~in a divergence 48 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In discord we may consider that which 49 2, 35 | account than the beginning), discord is accounted a daughter 50 2, 35 | small things thrive, while ~discord brings the greatest to ruin, 51 2, 35 | of the ~proper effect of discord which is a disunion of wills, 52 2, 35 | that other vices arise from discord, as though it were a ~capital 53 2, 36 | one. Wherefore just as ~discord denotes a contrariety of 54 2, 36 | stated above (Q[37], A[2]), discord is a daughter of ~vainglory, 55 2, 36 | for the same reason as ~discord.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] A[ 56 2, 36 | OBJ 1: Contention, like discord, is akin to envy in so far 57 2, 39 | loveth'] quarrels." But discord is a daughter of ~vainglory, 58 2, 39 | give rise to hatred and discord in the hearts of ~those 59 2, 39 | studies," i.e., intends to sow discord among others, causes them 60 2, 40 | among minds, and begets discord." Now, by provoking the ~ 61 2, 40 | special sin ~distinct from discord.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] A[ 62 2, 40 | sedition denotes a kind of discord, it follows that a seditious 63 2, 40 | man ~is one who creates discord, not of any kind, but between 64 2, 40 | not only in him who sows discord, ~but also in those who 65 2, 40 | schism, is contained under discord, since ~each is a kind of 66 2, 40 | since ~each is a kind of discord, not between individuals, 67 2, 40 | Further, sedition is a kind of discord, as stated above (A[1], 68 2, 40 | above (A[1], ad ~3). Now discord can be without mortal sin, 69 2, 40 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Discord from what is not evidently 70 2, 40 | may be without ~sin, but discord from what is evidently good, 71 2, 40 | without sin: and ~sedition is discord of this kind, for it is 72 2, 40 | sedition, since he encourages discord and sedition among his subjects, ~ 73 2, 42 | envying one another"; against discord ~(1 Cor. 1:10): "That you 74 2, 72 | says: "Tale-bearers sow discord among ~friends; backbiters 75 2, 72 | Prov. 6:19) that soweth discord among ~brethren."~ 76 2, 110| God hates those that ~sow discord, according to Prov. 6:19. 77 2, 114| quarreling seems to pertain to discord, ~just as contention does. 78 2, 114| as contention does. But discord is opposed to charity, as 79 2, 114| this seems to pertain ~to discord, which is contrary to charity. 80 2, 114| to the contradiction of discord, ~while quarreling belongs 81 2, 130| contention, obstinacy, discord, ~and love of novelties?~ 82 2, 130| contention, obstinacy, ~discord, and eccentricity [*Praesumptio 83 2, 130| Further, contention and discord seem to be the outcome chiefly 84 2, 130| will, and then we have "discord," ~whereby a man is unwilling 85 2, 130| Anger is not the cause of discord and contention, except in ~ 86 3, 35 | the whole world ~there was discord until the twenty-eighth


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