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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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harmful

   Part, Question
1 1, 31 | nowhere is error more harmful, the quest more ~toilsome, 2 1, 65 | evil, since ~we find them harmful in many ways; as may be 3 1, 65 | evil, in so far as it ~is harmful. Corporeal creatures, therefore, 4 1, 65 | therefrom, everything which is harmful to themselves seems simply ~ 5 1, 65 | were essentially evil and harmful.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 6 1, 66 | evil, since ~we find them harmful in many ways; as may be 7 1, 66 | evil, in so far as it ~is harmful. Corporeal creatures, therefore, 8 1, 66 | therefrom, everything which is harmful to themselves seems simply ~ 9 1, 66 | were essentially evil and harmful.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 10 1, 77 | instance, that something is harmful or otherwise. And ~the very 11 1, 80 | 11). But suitable and ~harmful are contraries. Since, then, 12 1, 80 | is concerned with what is harmful, it ~seems that irascible 13 1, 80 | the avoiding of what is harmful, but also to resistance ~ 14 1, 96 | he could avoid what was harmful; and partly also by Divine ~ 15 1, 96 | preserving him, that nothing of a harmful nature could ~come upon 16 2, 35 | to contemplate something harmful ~and sorrowful, just as 17 2, 37 | Whether sorrow is more harmful to the body than all the 18 2, 37 | 1~Whether sorrow is more harmful to the body than the other 19 2, 37 | that sorrow is not most harmful to the body. For ~sorrow 20 2, 37 | Therefore sorrow is not harmful to ~the body.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 37 | OBJ 2: Further if it be harmful to the body, this can only 22 2, 37 | Therefore sorrow is not more harmful to the body ~than the other 23 2, 37 | despair seems to be ~more harmful than sorrow; for it is the 24 2, 37 | Therefore sorrow ~is not more harmful to the body than the other 25 2, 37 | passions, sorrow is most harmful to the ~body. The reason 26 2, 37 | be excessive, they may be harmful to it. On ~the other hand, 27 2, 37 | wherefore they are ~simply harmful: such are fear and despair, 28 2, 39 | and that nature shuns, the harmful thing that ~causes pain. 29 2, 43 | the cause apprehended as ~harmful is powerful, that its effect 30 2, 44 | possible means of repelling the harmful thing that ~causes pain 31 2, 44 | thereof in repelling the harmful object. Hence the ~Philosopher 32 2, 97 | its observance extremely harmful. Wherefore the ~jurist says [* 33 2, 102 | strengthen his hearing against harmful words; and the thumb and 34 2, 102 | although some are most harmful, for ~instance, those that 35 2, 31 | two ~ways, first as being harmful to the sinner, secondly 36 2, 41 | for this would both ~be harmful to the common good, since 37 2, 62 | than a beast, and is more ~harmful, as the Philosopher states ( 38 2, 62 | beast, especially if it be harmful. Therefore for the same ~ 39 2, 62 | harm nobody: but if it be harmful to some ~other, it cannot 40 2, 63 | connected with others is ~less harmful to the persons with whom 41 2, 65 | profitable to ~some one and harmful to none. Now the remission 42 2, 81 | when we have them, are harmful, ~not only in a spiritual 43 2, 81 | revenged on one's enemies is harmful to them. But ~holy men seek 44 2, 86 | things that tend to be harmful to the person, or that ~ 45 2, 87 | right or wrong, useful or harmful, either ~in itself or under 46 2, 106 | sin of a multitude is more harmful than the sin of ~only one: 47 2, 106 | this would seem to have a harmful effect on the multitude, ~ 48 2, 106 | heel: yet sometimes it is harmful ~in lesser things that it 49 2, 113 | thing is evil because it is harmful." But ~flattery is most 50 2, 113 | But ~flattery is most harmful, according to Ps. 9:24, " 51 2, 130 | it be most dangerous and ~harmful. Now vainglory is a sin 52 2, 145 | abstinence from anything harmful, ~and such especially is 53 2, 147 | immoderate excess therein is most harmful, since it ~hinders the use 54 2, 147 | life, and their excess is harmful. Wherefore it ~behooves 55 2, 147 | Yet slight excess is more harmful in drink than in other ~ 56 2, 154 | leads to things ~that are harmful to one's neighbor.~Aquin.: 57 2, 165 | other animals avoid what is harmful to them, and seek those ~ 58 2, 165 | is directed to something harmful, as looking on a woman is 59 2, 181 | 17): "To fall by speaking harmful ~words is to forfeit entirely 60 2, 181 | is to be officious," i.e. harmful "to no one, but to ~be useful 61 3, 36 | were slain by Herod was not harmful to them, but ~profitable. 62 3, 44 | first, to show . . . how harmful are the demons who attack ~ 63 3, 61 | demons, and all manner of harmful action, consisting in sinful 64 Suppl, 9 | to one disease, would be harmful to another. The same is 65 Suppl, 25| Consequently it is not harmful to grant indulgences ~unless 66 Suppl, 64| person. But it is sometimes harmful to a person to pay the debt ~


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