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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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demerit

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | all." But human merit and demerit are in us, ~forasmuch as 2 1, 23 | pertains therefore to merit or demerit is not predestined by God; 3 1, 60 | contrary, We neither merit nor demerit by our natural acts. But ~ 4 1, 60 | love the angels merit or demerit. Therefore there is love 5 1, 65 | are due to equal merit or demerit. But this ~does not apply 6 1, 61 | contrary, We neither merit nor demerit by our natural acts. But ~ 7 1, 61 | love the angels merit or demerit. Therefore there is love 8 1, 66 | are due to equal merit or demerit. But this ~does not apply 9 1, 104 | the motive for merit or demerit. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] 10 2, 7 | the aspect of merit and ~demerit, which is proper to human 11 2, 18 | human act, as merit or demerit, sin and guilt.~Aquin.: 12 2, 21 | For we speak of merit ~or demerit in relation to retribution, 13 2, 21 | a man does not ~merit or demerit, from the fact that he does 14 2, 21 | that, We speak of merit and demerit, in relation to ~retribution, 15 2, 21 | twofold measure of merit or demerit in his action: first, in ~ 16 2, 21 | and that its merit or ~demerit depends on the recompense 17 2, 21 | above (A[3]), merit and demerit imply relation to retribution 18 2, 21 | instrument acquires no merit or demerit in the sight ~of him that 19 2, 21 | action acquires merit or demerit through being ~ordained 20 2, 21 | action acquires merit or demerit in ~God's sight.~Aquin.: 21 2, 21 | which we speak of merit and ~demerit. Therefore every human action, 22 2, 21 | evil, acquires merit ~or demerit in God's sight.~Aquin.: 23 2, 21 | 3]), acquires merit or ~demerit, through being ordained 24 2, 21 | and evil, acquire merit or demerit, in the sight of God. On 25 2, 21 | actions acquire merit or demerit in ~reference to Him: else 26 2, 21 | action, he acquires merit or ~demerit in God's sight.~Aquin.: 27 2, 21 | of his ~acquires merit or demerit in relation to the body 28 2, 21 | or bad, acquires merit or demerit in the ~sight of God, as 29 2, 114 | is to merit so is evil to demerit. But on ~account of the 30 2, 114 | But on ~account of the demerit of sin some are punished 31 2, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Merit and demerit belong to the state of a 32 2, 17 | accrues to man no merit or demerit ~that he had not before, 33 2, 17 | damned does not change their demerit, ~as neither does the voiding 34 2, 18 | originally ~this is due to the demerit of sin: thus it is written ( 35 2, 120 | the subject of ~merit or demerit except in so far as they 36 2, 152 | the matter of merit and demerit. Now a man may merit while 37 2, 152 | 1). Therefore a man may demerit ~while asleep; and thus 38 2, 156 | anger is not a sin. For we demerit by sinning. ~But "we do 39 2, 156 | sinning. ~But "we do not demerit by the passions, even as 40 2, 156 | the notion of merit or demerit, of praise or blame. But 41 3, 34 | relation to merit as to ~demerit. But the devil could not 42 3, 59 | correspond with merit and demerit. ~But merit and demerit 43 3, 59 | demerit. ~But merit and demerit bear relation to the body 44 Suppl, 13| one man ~cannot merit or demerit for another, since it is 45 Suppl, 14| guilt. Secondly, so that the demerit of ~punishment is hindered; 46 Suppl, 41| man cannot both merit and demerit at the same time. ~Now there 47 Suppl, 69| souls there is merit or demerit whereby they reach their 48 Suppl, 69| place where they merit or demerit. ~Therefore only one abode 49 Suppl, 69| person is able to merit and demerit: wherefore it is fitting ~ 50 Suppl, 69| after the state of merit or demerit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 51 Suppl, 76| whether of merit or of demerit. Therefore at ~the resurrection 52 Suppl, 83| resurrection, unless ~the demerit of sin prevent; and so if 53 Suppl, 86| Reply OBJ 2: Although the demerit of the demons does not require 54 Suppl, 93| the ~character of merit or demerit, for as much as in the performance 55 Suppl, 95| God?~(6) Whether they can demerit?~(7) Whether they can make 56 Suppl, 95| 1/1~Whether the damned demerit?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 57 Suppl, 95| would seem that the damned demerit. For the damned have an ~ 58 Suppl, 95| here. Therefore if they demerit ~not there, their damnation 59 Suppl, 95| demons. Now ~the demons demerit after their fall, wherefore 60 Suppl, 95| Therefore the ~damned also demerit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 61 Suppl, 95| will ~is not excused from demerit, even though there be necessity 62 Suppl, 95| they are not excused from demerit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 63 Suppl, 95| a fault whereby they may demerit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 64 Suppl, 95| day the damned will not ~demerit by their perverse will, 65 Suppl, 95| will be neither merit nor demerit. The reason for this is 66 Suppl, 95| this is because ~merit or demerit is directed to the attainment 67 Suppl, 95| the damned will be not a demerit but a ~punishment only. 68 Suppl, 95| good ~merit and the damned demerit. But this cannot apply to 69 Suppl, 95| expressed here as to merit or demerit.].~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] 70 Suppl, 95| damned are ~incapable of demerit. Hence it is clear that 71 Suppl, 95| which reason the latter demerit as ~regards their secondary 72 Suppl, 95| expressed ~here as to merit or demerit].~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 73 Suppl, 95| they are not excused from demerit is not ~because they are 74 Suppl, 95| and consequently the whole demerit of the ~subsequent sin would 75 Suppl, 96| presupposed ~to merit and demerit, nor is being lost or corrupted 76 Appen1, 1| unbaptized children to the demerit of Adam. But baptized ~children 77 Appen1, 1| life on account of Adam's demerit.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 78 Appen1, 2| will be ~neither merit nor demerit since, according to the


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