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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 80 | concupiscence, on being ~aroused, diminishes anger; and anger being roused, 2 1, 80 | and anger being roused, diminishes ~concupiscence in many cases. 3 2, 21 | inability either takes away or diminishes ~guilt. Therefore a human 4 2, 21 | it neither takes away nor diminishes guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 5 2, 24 | the judgment of ~reason, diminishes sin; but if it be consequent 6 2, 38 | sorrow. Because no effect ~diminishes its cause. But tears or 7 2, 73 | extrinsic moving cause, which ~diminishes voluntariness. The increase 8 2, 73 | increase of such a cause diminishes the ~sin, as stated.~Aquin.: 9 2, 73 | the movement of the will, diminishes the sin, ~because the man 10 2, 73 | involuntary, and such a cause diminishes the gravity of sin, as stated.~ 11 2, 73 | Ignorance of a circumstance diminishes sin: for he who ~sins through 12 2, 73 | grievous according as it ~diminishes the integrity of nature." 13 2, 76 | altogether?~(4) Whether it diminishes sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] 14 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether ignorance diminishes a sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 15 2, 76 | if any kind of ignorance diminishes a sin, this would ~seem 16 2, 76 | for sin to be forgiven, diminishes ~sin. Now such is ignorance, 17 2, 76 | ignorantly." Therefore ignorance ~diminishes or alleviates sin.~Aquin.: 18 2, 76 | diminish sin, ~in so far as it diminishes its voluntariness; and if 19 2, 76 | concomitant with it, neither diminishes nor ~increases the sin.~ 20 2, 76 | indiscreet, and this ignorance diminishes voluntariness and ~consequently 21 2, 76 | may happen, if the first diminishes the ~second, that the two 22 2, 76 | sins: because drunkenness diminishes the ~sinfulness of the resulting 23 2, 76 | ignorance ~connected therewith, diminishes the resulting sin, and more, 24 2, 77 | passion which causes a sin diminishes it?~(7) Whether passion 25 2, 77 | also increases rather than ~diminishes a sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 26 2, 77 | In this ~respect passion diminishes sin, in so far as it diminishes 27 2, 77 | diminishes sin, in so far as it diminishes its ~voluntariness.~Aquin.: 28 2, 77 | reason, such a passion ~diminishes the goodness and praiseworthiness 29 2, 78 | refers, neither ~excuses nor diminishes a sin, as stated above ( 30 2, 85 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sin diminishes the good of nature?~Aquin.: 31 2, 85 | the passage. Therefore sin diminishes the ~good of nature.~Aquin.: 32 2, 85 | obstacles, and ~this neither diminishes nor destroys the root of 33 2, 85 | and how it destroys or diminishes mode, species ~and order.~ 34 2, 89 | it neither destroys nor diminishes the habit of charity and 35 2, 89 | person of the person never diminishes sin, but, ~on the contrary, 36 2, 2 | 10) Whether human reason diminishes the merit of faith?~Aquin.: 37 2, 2 | support of ~matters of faith, diminishes the merit of believing.~ 38 2, 2 | in this way human reason diminishes the merit ~of faith. In 39 2, 10 | OBJ 2: Further, that which diminishes or excuses a sin is not, ~ 40 2, 10 | Now unbelief excuses or diminishes sin: ~for the Apostle says ( 41 2, 10 | OBJ 3: Further, every good diminishes evil. Now there is some 42 2, 18 | in so far as ~punishment diminishes one's own good. Now love 43 2, 20 | is not presumptuous, but diminishes sin, because this seems 44 2, 23 | Wherefore that which ~diminishes the intensity of the free-will 45 2, 33 | perseverance in the thought diminishes the incentive to sin, which ~ 46 2, 34 | good name in so far as it ~diminishes the good name a man desires 47 2, 53 | the contrary, That which diminishes a sin has not of itself 48 2, 53 | pertain to carnal prudence, ~diminishes sin [*Cf. Prov. 6:30]. Therefore 49 2, 58 | affections, while the ~third diminishes the nature of suspicion, 50 2, 64 | secretly. For that which diminishes a sin, does not, apparently, ~ 51 2, 64 | circumstance of ~sin, and thus it diminishes sin, both because it is 52 2, 64 | necessity. This ~necessity diminishes or entirely removes sin, 53 2, 102 | that "obedience perishes or diminishes ~when it holds its own in 54 2, 123 | it excuses from sin, or diminishes it?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] 55 2, 136 | toils, nor anything that diminishes pleasure. ~Hence it is written ( 56 2, 140 | The commonness of a sin diminishes the shamefulness and ~disgrace 57 2, 148 | passion of concupiscence diminishes sin, because it is ~less 58 2, 153 | weakness of concupiscence diminishes merit, whereas strength 59 2, 153 | strength of concupiscence diminishes it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] 60 2, 160 | this kind in avoiding sin diminishes the gravity of ~the sin; 61 2, 166 | fun excuses from sin, or ~diminishes it. Other things, however, 62 3, 5 | assumption of a body in no way diminishes the ~dignity of the Godhead; 63 3, 87 | sin neither destroys nor ~diminishes grace, as stated in the 64 Suppl, 10| life. ~Secondly, confession diminishes the punishment in virtue 65 Suppl, 10| shame of confessing a sin ~diminishes its punishment, the punishment 66 Suppl, 12| virtue of necessity. For debt diminishes merit through being ~necessary 67 Suppl, 30| and Confirmation. Again it diminishes the debt ~of temporal punishment; 68 Suppl, 71| sin, ~although this nowise diminishes their punishment, as neither 69 Appen1, 2| because the remission of ~sin diminishes punishment rather than aggravates


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