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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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revenge

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1 1, 20 | formal, the appetite for revenge. Again, as regards the ~ 2 2, 46 | there be desire and hope of revenge: for, as the Philosopher ~ 3 2, 46 | punish; since he craves for ~revenge as being possible." Consequently 4 2, 46 | that "anger craves for ~revenge." But the desire for revenge 5 2, 46 | revenge." But the desire for revenge is a desire for something 6 2, 46 | for something good: ~since revenge belongs to justice. Therefore 7 2, 46 | says (Ethic. iv, 5) that "revenge" which pertains to anger " 8 2, 66 | excludes not only unjust revenge, which is also ~excluded 9 2, 107 | the Law fixed a limit to revenge, by forbidding men to ~seek 10 2, 108 | done out of desire ~for revenge, or out of lust for temporal 11 2, 108 | thought that ~desire for revenge was lawful, on account of 12 2, 108 | not that man might seek revenge. Wherefore, in ~order to 13 2, 13 | 34): "I, in the day of ~revenge, will visit this sin . . . 14 2, 24 | rejoice ~when he shall see the revenge," since, according to Wis. 15 2, 24 | Lev. ~19:18): "Seek not revenge, nor be mindful of the injury 16 2, 34 | word "nemesis" to signify "revenge" does not represent the 17 2, 39 | that what he ~suffers is in revenge for what he has done, as 18 2, 60 | hinders, through hatred, revenge or the like. ~In this case, 19 2, 70 | a man is not allowed to revenge himself, for it is said: ~" 20 2, 70 | 3: It would be an act of revenge to keep silence with the ~ 21 2, 70 | with anger's end, which is ~revenge: since the easiest way for 22 2, 70 | for the angry man to take revenge on ~another is to revile 23 2, 78 | religion, piety, ~gratitude, revenge, observance, truth." Now 24 2, 78 | observance, truth." Now revenge is seemingly a ~species 25 2, 78 | commutative justice whereby revenge is taken for injuries ~inflicted, 26 2, 78 | liberality, kindliness, revenge, ~commonsense, [*{eugnomosyne}] 27 2, 78 | Tully mentions ~none but "revenge." Therefore he would appear 28 2, 78 | to justice is annexed ~"revenge," whereby, as Tully states ( 29 2, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The revenge taken by authority of a 30 2, 78 | commutative justice: ~whereas the revenge which a man takes on his 31 2, 79 | observance, (4) gratitude, (5) revenge, (6) truth, (7) friendship, ( 32 2, 81 | dost Thou not . . . revenge our blood on them that dwell 33 2, 81 | rejoice when he shall see the ~revenge." Therefore we should not 34 2, 95 | And I, in the day of revenge, will visit this sin also 35 2, 106 | Dt. 32:35, ~Rm. 12:19): "Revenge to Me, and I will repay." 36 2, 106 | avenge himself when he takes revenge ~for wrongs inflicted on 37 2, 106 | Lk. 18:7): "Will not God revenge His elect who cry to Him 38 2, 106 | belongs to ~the virtue of revenge.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 39 2, 141 | anger, which tends towards revenge, and ~this is restrained 40 2, 155 | exercising the power of taking revenge." Tully ~also (De Invent. 41 2, 155 | exercising the power of taking revenge." This ~moderation of soul 42 2, 156 | according to Dt. 32:35, "Revenge is Mine." ~Therefore it 43 2, 156 | which is the desire ~for revenge, since revenge may be desired 44 2, 156 | desire ~for revenge, since revenge may be desired both well 45 2, 156 | by the ~reason: and when revenge is taken in accordance with 46 2, 156 | anger tends, and that is revenge. Wherefore if one desire 47 2, 156 | Wherefore if one desire revenge to be taken in accordance 48 2, 156 | sake but for the sake of revenge, towards which his appetite 49 2, 156 | when one desires unjust revenge; and thus anger is a mortal 50 2, 156 | under the aspect of just revenge. Wherefore it is evident 51 2, 156 | is not appeased without revenge, or ~punishment." Now this 52 2, 156 | their intense desire ~for revenge, so that it does not wear 53 2, 156 | can be quelled ~only by revenge.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 54 2, 156 | hurt under ~the aspect of revenge; and the least of hurts 55 2, 156 | desirability, in so far as revenge ~is desired under the aspect 56 3, 15 | sorrow and the desire of revenge. Now it was said ~(A[6]) 57 3, 15 | Christ. As to the desire of revenge it is ~sometimes with sin, 58 3, 15 | i.e. when anyone seeks revenge beyond the order of ~reason: 59 3, 15 | e.g. when anyone seeks revenge according to justice, and ~ 60 Suppl, 91| rejoice when ~he shall see the revenge."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 61 Suppl, 96| rejoice ~when he shall see the revenge," etc., and (Is. 66:24): "


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