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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | to teach, to reprove, to correct, to instruct in ~justice." 2 1, 16 | The saying of Anselm is correct in so far as things are ~ 3 1, 19 | This, however, is not correct; since evil is not of itself ~ 4 1, 23 | of God, that no man can correct whom ~He hath despised." 5 1, 29 | animal" would ~not be a correct definition; since man is 6 1, 29 | determined "genus," it is more correct to use the term ~"nature" 7 1, 46 | suitable matter. Hence it is correct to say ~that it introduces 8 1, 46 | of matter. But it is not correct to say so ~of God Who produces 9 1, 46 | together: whereas it is correct to ~say of Him that He produces 10 1, 75 | eye sees; but it ~is more correct to say that man understands 11 1, 47 | suitable matter. Hence it is correct to say ~that it introduces 12 1, 47 | of matter. But it is not correct to say so ~of God Who produces 13 1, 47 | together: whereas it is correct to ~say of Him that He produces 14 1, 74 | eye sees; but it ~is more correct to say that man understands 15 1, 83 | Dei xxii, 29), it is not correct ~to say that as the sense 16 1, 103 | is written (Jer. 10:24): "Correct me, O Lord, but ~yet with 17 2, 18 | following division would ~be correct: "Some animals have feet, 18 2, 35 | Therefore this division is correct.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 19 2, 65 | of moral virtue, but also correct choice of things ~conducive 20 2, 77 | possible for a man to have ~correct knowledge not only in general 21 2, 87 | is written (Jer. 10:24): "Correct me, O Lord, but yet ~with 22 2, 94 | be written, in order to correct ~the law of nature." But 23 2, 109 | works of God that no man can correct whom He hath despised."~ 24 2, 111 | wisdom." Hence it ~is not correct to divide the grace of healing 25 2, 31 | precept binds the subject to correct his superior?~(5) Whether 26 2, 31 | 5) Whether a sinner may correct anyone?~(6) Whether one 27 2, 31 | 6) Whether one ought to correct a person who becomes worse 28 2, 31 | 1/1~On the contrary, To correct the wrongdoer is a spiritual 29 2, 31 | of God, that no man can correct whom ~He hath despised." 30 2, 31 | to our ~brethren that we correct them when they sin. Now 31 2, 31 | in order that we might correct them; which appears to be ~ 32 2, 31 | the sinner if you fail to correct him." But this would not 33 2, 31 | but not so as we have to correct our erring ~brother at all 34 2, 31 | of charity one omits to correct someone. ~For Augustine 35 2, 31 | covetousness, a man is loth to correct his brother's faults, and 36 2, 31 | holy men sometimes omit to correct wrongdoers.~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 31 | belongs to prelates alone to correct inferiors.~Aquin.: SMT SS 38 2, 31 | their reproof may either correct their ~sinful ways. or, 39 2, 31 | to admonish, but also to correct by means of punishments.~ 40 2, 31 | judgment, so as to be able to correct another's wrong-doing, is, 41 2, 31 | like manner one man can correct another in so far as he ~ 42 2, 31 | Whether a mann is bound to correct his prelate?~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 31 | that no man is bound to correct his prelate. For it ~is 44 2, 31 | prelate, he ought not to correct him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] 45 2, 31 | Therefore one ought not to correct one's prelate. ~Aquin.: 46 2, 31 | subject to vice should not correct the vices of others." Again 47 2, 31 | stated above (A[3], ad 2), to correct a wrongdoer ~belongs to 48 2, 31 | especially is ~he unworthy to correct another for a lesser sin, 49 2, 31 | more, therefore should one ~correct a sinner, no matter how 50 2, 43 | strive in all charity ~to correct the sins of others, and 51 2, 49 | distorted, but with true and correct ~ideas: this belongs to { 52 2, 70 | person whom one has to ~correct. It is thus that our Lord 53 2, 81 | the correction whereby we correct the ~brethren, has an effect 54 2, 81 | Eccles. 7:14, "No man can correct whom God hath despised." ~ 55 2, 98 | subjects, or for omitting to correct ~them. On the other hand 56 2, 156 | cruel soul." [*'Severo'. The correct text is 'Si vero.' The ~ 57 2, 165 | good - that is in order to correct him, if he do anything ~ 58 2, 171 | itself, it would be ~more correct to say that the prophets 59 3, 54 | the Leonine edition is ~correct.]~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 60 Suppl, 19| women, ~such as the right to correct other women who are under 61 Suppl, 28| would not have the face to correct ~others, by reason of the 62 Suppl, 36| sacred ministry, ~than not to correct those who are raised already. 63 Suppl, 40| his it is to ~reprove, to correct, to appoint, to loose, and 64 Suppl, 43| boy ~through failing to correct him. But this is contrary 65 Suppl, 51| thinking to strike his son to correct him, he ~is wholly excused 66 Suppl, 52| of ~the wife and should correct her, and not "vice versa." 67 Suppl, 60| the husband is bound to correct his wife. But correction ~ 68 Suppl, 62| her guilt, ~or in order to correct his wife's sin, or in order 69 Suppl, 62| his wife, he is bound to correct his wife. Now separation 70 Suppl, 62| aforesaid punishment in order to correct her.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] 71 Suppl, 62| the wife (1 ~Cor. 11:3) to correct his wife, rather than "vice 72 Suppl, 62| of the woman in order ~to correct her. Therefore his sin is 73 Suppl, 96| punish except in order to correct, ~wherefore it is stated (


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