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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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transgression

   Part, Question
1 1, 93 | being ~seduced was in the transgression."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 2 2, 73 | Parad. viii), "sin is a transgression of the Divine law, ~and 3 2, 73 | Further, every sin is a transgression of the rule of reason, ~ 4 2, 76 | OBJ 3: Just as in a sin of transgression, the sin consists not ~only 5 2, 100 | viii) that "a sin is a ~transgression of the Divine law, and a 6 2, 100 | De Paradiso viii), is "a ~transgression of the Divine law and a 7 2, 100 | placed ~last, since its transgression implies a less grievous 8 2, 101 | precepts was an ~occasion of transgression, according to the words 9 2, 101 | been able to bear?" Now the transgression ~of the Divine precepts 10 2, 106 | did not justify, because transgression increased at its advent: ~ 11 2, 106 | no law, neither is there transgression." But much more did the 12 2, 106 | did the New Law ~increase transgression: since he who sins after 13 2, 106 | the condemnation due to transgression."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] 14 2, 32 | reward, but little in the ~transgression." Now hatred is an internal 15 2, 42 | is nothing else than "a ~transgression of the Divine Law, and disobedience 16 2, 77 | of justice?~(2) Whether transgression is a special sin?~(3) Whether 17 2, 77 | comparison between omission and transgression.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 18 2, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether transgression is a special sin?~Aquin.: 19 2, 77 | OBJ 1: It would seem that transgression is not a special sin. For 20 2, 77 | definition of its genus. Now transgression is ~included in the definition 21 2, 77 | Parad. viii) ~that sin is "a transgression of the Divine law." Therefore 22 2, 77 | the Divine law." Therefore transgression ~is not a species of sin.~ 23 2, 77 | comprehensive than its genus. But ~transgression is more comprehensive than 24 2, 77 | Faust. xxii, 27), while transgression is also against nature, 25 2, 77 | nature, or custom. ~Therefore transgression is not a species of sin.~ 26 2, 77 | divided. Now the sin of transgression extends to all the capital ~ 27 2, 77 | word and deed. Therefore ~transgression is not a special sin.~Aquin.: 28 2, 77 | I answer that, The term transgression is derived from bodily movement ~ 29 2, 77 | it belongs properly to a transgression to consider ~a precept as 30 2, 77 | law." Hence both sin ~and transgression may be against a laudable 31 2, 77 | species of sin may include transgression, if we ~consider them not 32 2, 77 | distinct ~from the sin of transgression.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 33 2, 77 | avoiding evil, to which ~transgression is opposed, so too is omission 34 2, 77 | is omission distinct from transgression.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 35 2, 77 | OBJ 3: Just as the sin of transgression is opposed to negative ~ 36 2, 77 | more grievous than a sin of transgression?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 37 2, 77 | grievous than a sin ~of transgression. For "delictum" would seem 38 2, 77 | more grievous ~offence than transgression, because it deserves more 39 2, 77 | grievous than the sin ~of transgression.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 40 2, 77 | decline from evil, to which ~transgression is opposed, as stated above ( 41 2, 77 | omission is a graver sin than transgression.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 42 2, 77 | OBJ 3: Further, sins of transgression may be either venial or 43 2, 77 | to be a graver sin ~than transgression.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 44 2, 77 | inflicted for the sin of ~transgression, as Chrysostom states (Hom. 45 2, 77 | graver than the sin of transgression.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 46 2, 77 | Now it is evident that transgression is contrary to an act of 47 2, 77 | reverence, while ~it is a sin of transgression to revile them or injure 48 2, 77 | and absolutely speaking, transgression ~is a graver sin than omission, 49 2, 77 | graver than a particular transgression.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 50 2, 77 | doing evil," which is a transgression: but the ~first is opposed 51 2, 77 | greater remoteness: wherefore transgression is the more grievous ~sin.~ 52 2, 77 | affirmative precepts, so is ~transgression opposed to negative precepts: 53 2, 77 | character of mortal sin. Transgression and omission, ~however, 54 2, 77 | Reply OBJ 4: To the sin of transgression there correspond both the 55 2, 152 | species of lust they imply a transgression ~merely of that which is 56 2, 160 | viii], ~"every sin is a transgression of the Divine law, and a 57 2, 160 | neighbor: and this again is a ~transgression of the Divine rule, which 58 2, 161 | being seduced was in the transgression," says: "The ~Apostle rightly 59 2, 161 | being ~seduced was in the transgression": and so it would seem that 60 2, 184 | calm port. But if every transgression of the things ~contained 61 2, 184 | observances. Therefore not every transgression of the things contained ~ 62 2, 184 | of the virtues; and the transgression of these, ~as regards those 63 2, 184 | obligation ~of a precept, the transgression thereof does not involve 64 2, 184 | these. ~Consequently the transgression of these three involves 65 2, 184 | a mortal sin, ~while the transgression of the others does not involve 66 2, 184 | the profession, while the ~transgression or omission of other things 67 2, 184 | as in the ~civil law the transgression of a legal statute does 68 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 3: An action or transgression proceeds from contempt when 69 3, 5 | from the sin of wilful ~transgression, enabled as it is to receive 70 3, 5 | body: but ~if at the sin of transgression, on account of its intelligence 71 3, 40 | excuses Himself from any transgression of the Law ~in this matter, 72 3, 62 | After the similitude of the transgression ~of Adam," etc., the gloss 73 Suppl, 72| inflicted on man for his ~own transgression, as appears from Gn. 2,


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