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ungodly 142
ungrateful 44
ungratefulness 1
unhappiness 71
unhappy 36
unhealthy 9
unheard 1
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71 subtle
71 swearing
71 tongues
71 unhappiness
71 wilt
70 absolved
70 bliss
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unhappiness

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | them there never was ~any unhappiness (miseria); for predestination, 2 1, 64 | not in keeping with their unhappiness: for this ~seems to belong 3 1, 65 | not in keeping with their unhappiness: for this ~seems to belong 4 1, 82 | freedom from fault and unhappiness. Of this we shall treat 5 1, 93 | he desires it, and shuns unhappiness. Wherefore no one who ~sees 6 1, 94 | a virtue concerned with unhappiness. But in the state of ~innocence 7 1, 94 | innocence neither sin nor unhappiness existed. Therefore neither 8 1, 94 | which is sorrow for others' unhappiness; because ~sorrow, guilt, 9 1, 94 | because ~sorrow, guilt, and unhappiness are incompatible with the 10 1, 94 | repent for; and had he seen ~unhappiness in his neighbor, he would 11 1, 108 | a pre-eminent degree to unhappiness, it ~follows that to preside 12 2, 5 | rather does ~it belong to unhappiness, in so far as the possession 13 2, 29 | as putting an end to some unhappiness ~or pain.~Aquin.: SMT FS 14 2, 93 | deserve happiness, others unhappiness, so is it by the eternal 15 2, 20 | misericordia] regards unhappiness [miseriam] which is contrary 16 2, 27 | knowledge and love, yet the unhappiness ~of this life is an obstacle 17 2, 28 | miserum cor] for another's unhappiness. Now ~unhappiness is opposed 18 2, 28 | another's unhappiness. Now ~unhappiness is opposed to happiness: 19 2, 28 | other hand, it belongs to ~unhappiness that a man should suffer 20 2, 62 | that he may escape ~any unhappiness whatsoever of the present 21 2, 62 | passes forthwith from the unhappiness of this life to ~the glory 22 2, 119 | since ~there will be no unhappiness [*Cf. Q[30], A[1]]. Therefore 23 2, 119 | those ~who are in a state of unhappiness. And although this act has 24 2, 157 | and ~recoil from another's unhappiness, but in different ways. 25 2, 157 | 1]] to relieve another's unhappiness by a ~beneficent action, 26 2, 157 | clemency to mitigate another's ~unhappiness by the cessation of punishment. 27 2, 162 | to remain longer in the unhappiness of this life.~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 162 | in his present state of ~unhappiness for two reasons. First, 29 2, 173 | never have returned to the unhappiness ~of this life, but his body 30 3, 26 | soul" and consequently ~unhappiness; as appears from what Augustine 31 3, 26 | in common with God, ~and unhappiness in common with men. "Hence 32 3, 85 | prudence that teaches us the unhappiness of earthly things ~and the 33 Suppl, 69| that their grief for their unhappiness surpasses their ~desire 34 Suppl, 71| change their state from ~unhappiness to happiness or "vice versa"; 35 Suppl, 71| eternal glory or eternal unhappiness: for then ~each one will 36 Suppl, 71| the state ~of happiness or unhappiness. Yet their way is not so 37 Suppl, 71| It is the same with the unhappiness of the damned, ~wherefore 38 Suppl, 72| from the death ~of sin and unhappiness to the life of grace and 39 Suppl, 83| will rise again to final unhappiness. Now when the saints ~rise 40 Suppl, 83| pertaining to the defect or unhappiness of ~the wicked will be taken 41 Suppl, 83| are sentenced to ~utmost unhappiness wherefrom no affliction 42 Suppl, 83| evil; whereas the final unhappiness of the wicked will not ~ 43 Suppl, 83| their nature to underlie the unhappiness of the damned, which ~good 44 Suppl, 83| in the highest degree of unhappiness. Now ~death is the greatest 45 Suppl, 83| in the highest degree of unhappiness. Therefore their bodies ~ 46 Suppl, 84| amount in the glory or unhappiness of each one rising again. 47 Suppl, 86| lessen but ~will increase unhappiness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 48 Suppl, 90| good as a reward, so is ~unhappiness awarded to the wicked. But 49 Suppl, 90| awarded to the wicked. But the unhappiness of the wicked ~after reunion 50 Suppl, 91| Whether the blessed pity the unhappiness of the damned?~Aquin.: SMT 51 Suppl, 91| that the blessed pity the unhappiness of the ~damned. For pity 52 Suppl, 91| shares somewhat in his ~unhappiness. But the blessed cannot 53 Suppl, 91| blessed cannot share in any unhappiness. Therefore ~they do not 54 Suppl, 91| taken away from a state of unhappiness and sin to a state of ~happiness. 55 Suppl, 91| be ~taken away from their unhappiness: and consequently it will 56 Suppl, 91| cessation of a person's unhappiness. But the ~saints cannot 57 Suppl, 91| will not rejoice ~in the unhappiness of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT 58 Suppl, 94| be adapted to ~the utmost unhappiness of the damned. Wherefore 59 Suppl, 94| are most conducive to the ~unhappiness of the damned. Now seeing 60 Suppl, 95| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the unhappiness of the damned surpasses 61 Suppl, 95| the damned surpasses all unhappiness of ~this world. Now in order 62 Suppl, 95| Now in order to escape the unhappiness of this world, it is ~desirable 63 Suppl, 95| painful life or from some unhappiness: and thus "not to be" ~takes 64 Suppl, 95| accidentally, as putting ~an end to unhappiness. For when it is stated that " 65 Suppl, 95| corrupt life, and a life of unhappiness, as the Philosopher says ~( 66 Suppl, 95| in so far as it removes unhappiness, which is the ~greatest 67 Suppl, 95| contraries to the state of unhappiness (Ethic. i, ~9,10).~Aquin.: 68 Suppl, 95| lacking, so that their ~unhappiness is consummate. Now the consideration 69 Suppl, 96| from God. ~Therefore if the unhappiness of the wicked angels comes 70 Suppl, 96| their happy state to the unhappiness of this life.~Aquin.: SMT 71 Suppl, 96| anger on account of its unhappiness) He ~changes vessels of


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