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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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disobedience

   Part, Question
1 1, 94 | they felt the impulse of disobedience in ~the flesh, as though 2 1, 94 | corresponding to their own ~disobedience." Hence if the loss of grace 3 1, 95 | stated (Q[95], A[1]) for his disobedience to ~God, man was punished 4 1, 95 | man was punished by the disobedience of those creatures which 5 2, 73 | of the Divine law, ~and disobedience of the heavenly commandments." 6 2, 82 | first parent, viz. pride, ~disobedience, gluttony, and so forth; 7 2, 88 | change its species, e.g. ~disobedience, contempt, or the like.~ 8 2, 89 | additional deformity by reason of disobedience, or vow or the ~like, which 9 2, 100| of the Divine law, and a disobedience to the commandments ~of 10 2, 100| of the Divine law and a disobedience to the commandments of ~ 11 2, 101| consequence find many occasions of disobedience did not prevent God from ~ 12 2, 37 | Ambrose (De Parad. viii) "is disobedience ~against the heavenly commandments." 13 2, 42 | transgression of the Divine Law, and disobedience of the heavenly ~commandments." 14 2, 86 | law, this does not involve disobedience to that human ~law, for 15 2, 102| not a special virtue. For disobedience ~is contrary to obedience. 16 2, 102| contrary to obedience. But disobedience is a general sin, because ~ 17 2, 102| be a special ~virtue, and disobedience a special sin: because in 18 2, 102| fulfilling a precept; and for ~disobedience that one treat the precept 19 2, 102| a matter of precept, and disobedience for the ~omission of that 20 2, 102| be a general virtue, and disobedience a general sin.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 103| 105] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF DISOBEDIENCE (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 22 2, 103| ARTICLES)~We must now consider disobedience, under which head there 23 2, 103| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether disobedience is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 24 2, 103| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that disobedience is not a mortal sin. For 25 2, 103| sin. For every sin is ~a disobedience, as appears from Ambrose' 26 2, 103| OBJ[1]). Therefore if disobedience were a mortal sin, every 27 2, 103| says (Moral. xxxi) that disobedience is born of ~vainglory. But 28 2, 103| sin. Neither therefore is ~disobedience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[105] A[ 29 2, 103| fulfil them. Therefore if ~disobedience were a mortal sin, it would 30 2, 103| which is absurd. Wherefore disobedience is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 31 2, 103| the contrary, The sin of disobedience to parents is reckoned ( 32 2, 103| superiors. Wherefore also disobedience to the commands of a superior 33 2, 103| perfect sin. Venial sin is not disobedience, because ~it is not contrary 34 2, 103| again is every mortal ~sin disobedience, properly and essentially, 35 2, 103| purpose, it is not a sin of disobedience except ~materially, and 36 2, 103| command, it follows that disobedience arises from vainglory. But 37 2, 103| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether disobedience is the most grievous of 38 2, 103| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that disobedience is the most grievous of 39 2, 103| Q[94], A[3]). Therefore ~disobedience is the most grievous of 40 2, 103| above (Q[14], A[2]). Now disobedience makes a ~man contemn a precept 41 2, 103| from ~sinning. Therefore disobedience is a sin against the Holy 42 2, 103| Rm. 5:19) that "by the disobedience of ~one man, many were made 43 2, 103| than ~its effect. Therefore disobedience seems to be a more grievous 44 2, 103| blasphemy and murder. Therefore disobedience is not ~the most grievous 45 2, 103| I answer that, Not every disobedience is equally a sin: for one ~ 46 2, 103| equally a sin: for one ~disobedience may be greater than another, 47 2, 103| nearest to the ~end. Wherefore disobedience is the more grievous, according 48 2, 103| commanded, the more grievous the disobedience of that ~commandment, because 49 2, 103| Accordingly the various degrees of disobedience must correspond with the ~ 50 2, 103| of precepts: because the disobedience in which there is ~contempt 51 2, 103| from the very nature of disobedience is more ~grievous than a 52 2, 103| from the latter being ~a disobedience to God. And I say this because 53 2, 103| still more grievous. The ~disobedience that contains contempt of 54 2, 103| we mentally ~separate the disobedience from the sin) than would 55 2, 103| but of ~likeness, because disobedience redounds to the contempt 56 2, 103| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Not every disobedience is sin against the Holy 57 2, 103| transmitted to a men, was not disobedience considered as a special 58 2, 103| these words seems to take disobedience in its relation to every 59 2, 130| suitably reckoned to be ~disobedience, boastfulness, hypocrisy, 60 2, 130| unsuitably reckoned ~to be "disobedience, boastfulness, hypocrisy, 61 2, 130| regards deeds, ~and this is "disobedience," whereby a man refuses 62 2, 153| chooses ~wicked pleasures in disobedience to reason." Therefore continence 63 2, 160| of the Divine law, and a disobedience of ~the heavenly commandments." 64 2, 161| Rm. 5:19) that "by the disobedience of one man many ~were made 65 2, 161| original sin. Therefore ~disobedience, and not pride, was the 66 2, 161| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Man's disobedience to the Divine command was 67 2, 161| excellence; and consequently his disobedience was the result ~of his pride. 68 2, 166| its sake to do anything in disobedience to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 69 3, 47 | justification, that "as by the disobedience of one man, many were made ~ 70 3, 70 | those were guilty of ~disobedience who failed to obey through


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