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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | leading men to sin they incur the guilt of all sins. But ~ 2 1, 64 | leading men to sin they incur the guilt of all sins. But ~ 3 2, 21 | a human action does not incur guilt from being evil.~Aquin.: 4 2, 87 | Whether one person can incur punishment for another's 5 2, 87 | But punishment does not incur a further ~debt of punishment, 6 2, 87 | Therefore ~sin does not incur the debt of punishment.~ 7 2, 87 | Therefore ~it does not incur a debt of eternal punishment.~ 8 2, 87 | considered in themselves, incur a debt of eternal punishment.~ 9 2, 87 | this respect, it does not incur ~punishment of infinite 10 2, 87 | Since therefore ~some sins incur a debt of everlasting punishment, 11 2, 87 | Consequently such sins do not incur everlasting, but ~only temporal 12 2, 88 | sins in the world cannot incur a debt of punishment equal 13 2, 100 | them, because he did not incur the penalty of death, which 14 2, 102 | the temple, should not ~"incur an uncleanness at the death" 15 2, 102 | flesh, ~i.e. they should not incur the sin of schism.~ 16 2, 60 | earthly ~princes who do not incur any great danger thereby; 17 2, 62 | When, however, the good incur no danger, ~but rather are 18 2, 91 | him, so ~too does a man incur the guilt of falsehood who, 19 2, 123 | less to be avoided, ~and so incur evils which according to 20 2, 123 | Wherefore if one were to incur evils of the soul, namely 21 2, 132 | careful thought, he would incur the risk of a ~great loss.~ 22 2, 146 | nevertheless aggravated, if a man incur some bodily ~injury through 23 2, 156 | passions, even as neither do we incur blame ~thereby," as stated 24 2, 159 | have of our own, we cannot incur falsehood. Wherefore a gloss [* 25 2, 183 | time, lest one should thus incur an impediment to the ~episcopate 26 2, 183 | the ~poor, they commit and incur the guilt of sacrilege." 27 2, 185 | the poor they commit ~and incur the guilt of sacrilege, 28 2, 185 | humiliation, lest a man thereby incur the mark of ~covetousness 29 3, 14 | 5:12. And hence they who incur these defects, as ~due to 30 3, 47 | to sin that he wishes to incur ignorance lest he avoid 31 3, 51 | from the death which we incur through ~Adam's sin committed 32 3, 80 | His proper species did not incur ~the sin of lying to Godlike 33 3, 80 | lesser evil if the sinner incur infamy; or if an unconsecrated ~ 34 3, 80 | still if anyone were to incur judgment of death through 35 3, 82 | already ordained as priests incur defects whereby they ~are 36 3, 83 | presumed to do so, he will ~incur sentence of excommunication."~ 37 3, 88 | man does not, however, ~incur ingratitude by committing 38 Suppl, 6 | defer Baptism, he would incur a mortal sin. ~Nevertheless 39 Suppl, 11| say nothing, nor would he incur the ~excommunication, for 40 Suppl, 14| some single one, a ~man can incur one without incurring another; 41 Suppl, 14| satisfaction, he does not incur the guilt of omission ~through 42 Suppl, 14| he is guilty, ~does not incur the guilt of receiving unworthily.~ 43 Suppl, 23| seem that a person does not incur excommunication for ~communicating 44 Suppl, 23| excommunicated. But ~one does not incur excommunication for communicating 45 Suppl, 23| same reason a third would incur ~excommunication for communicating 46 Suppl, 23| Therefore one does not incur ~excommunication for communicating 47 Suppl, 23| answer that, A person may incur excommunication in two ways. 48 Suppl, 23| Further, no one should incur a major excommunication 49 Suppl, 23| seqq., caus. xi) a ~man may incur a major excommunication 50 Suppl, 24| strikes a cleric ~does not incur excommunication: (1) if 51 Suppl, 39| Therefore he ought not to incur the punishment of ~irregularity.~ 52 Suppl, 39| a homicide, nor does he ~incur irregularity (unless he 53 Suppl, 43| of the betrothed parties incur an infirmity which ~notably 54 Suppl, 49| marriage act man does not incur harm to his reason ~as to 55 Suppl, 67| called a sin, ~it did not incur the debt of punishment, 56 Suppl, 68| Therefore he should not incur a loss on this account.~ 57 Suppl, 68| unlawful intercourse to incur ~loss by not inheriting 58 Suppl, 68| that, A person is said to incur a loss for some cause in 59 Suppl, 68| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To incur a loss in this second way 60 Suppl, 68| illegitimate child ought to incur are withdrawn by the ~authority 61 Suppl, 75| absolved from a debt unless one incur the debt or incur the evil: ~ 62 Suppl, 75| unless one incur the debt or incur the evil: ~and consequently


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