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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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punish

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | effect. Thus, because to punish is properly the act of an ~ 2 1, 19 | usual for an angry man to ~punish, so that punishment becomes 3 1, 21 | Prosolog. ~10): "When Thou dost punish the wicked, it is just, 4 1, 64 | from his ~nature, so as to punish him by subtracting from 5 1, 65 | the same way as the one to punish whom the sun ~had been created, 6 1, 65 | from his ~nature, so as to punish him by subtracting from 7 1, 66 | the same way as the one to punish whom the sun ~had been created, 8 1, 95 | not ~indeed that He would punish some and reward others, 9 1, 102 | a king does not justly punish those who do not rebel ~ 10 1, 112 | him, in hell a demon to punish him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 11 1, 113 | lying spirit was sent to punish Achab, King of ~Israel, 12 1, 113 | the demons who are sent to punish, do ~so with an intention 13 1, 113 | they are sent; for they ~punish from hatred or envy; whereas 14 2, 22 | feel no anger while ~they punish . . . no fellow-feeling 15 2, 24 | feel no anger when they ~punish . . . no fellow-feeling 16 2, 32 | overcome, to contradict, and to punish, give pleasure, ~not as 17 2, 32 | pleasant to ~an angry man to punish, in so far as he thinks 18 2, 46 | the angry man hopes to punish; since he craves for ~revenge 19 2, 73 | Therefore He does not punish one man more than another, 20 2, 79 | i, 19): "God does ~not punish what He causes." Now God 21 2, 91 | 5,6), human law ~cannot punish or forbid all evil deeds: 22 2, 92 | forbid, to permit, and ~to punish, as the Jurist states?~Aquin.: 23 2, 92 | reward. Therefore if to punish is reckoned an effect of 24 2, 92 | pertain to anyone: but to punish ~pertains to none but the 25 2, 92 | effect of law, but ~only to punish.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 26 2, 100 | For human law does ~not punish the man who wishes to slay, 27 2, 105 | their ~former crimes, to punish which God sent the Israelites 28 2, 105 | sinner has the right to punish him for his offenses. Therefore ~ 29 2, 12 | competency of the Church to punish unbelief in ~those who have 30 2, 20 | mercy and to spare, than to punish: for the former becomes 31 2, 20 | esteem that ~God would not punish him or exclude him from 32 2, 38 | disturbances, when they punish evil-doers, according to 33 2, 38 | Those whom ~we have to punish with a kindly severity, 34 2, 58 | it belongs to judgment to punish sins. Now it is related ~ 35 2, 65 | matters a good man is ~slow to punish as the Philosopher states ( 36 2, 67 | the civil law does not punish this sin, and in this sense 37 2, 106 | unlawful even for ~a judge to punish those who have wronged him: 38 2, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to punish a man publicly for his sin 39 2, 140 | Aristotle ~refers to {kolazo} to punish, so that its original sense 40 2, 145 | it is fitting we should punish that same body forty ~times. 41 2, 155 | provoked to ~hatred" that is to punish too severely, "is restrained 42 2, 156 | since he who has power to punish "is God's ~minister," as 43 2, 162 | food of animals, but not to punish man, because their ~growth 44 3, 1 | to ~be merciful than to punish, as He lays the act of sin 45 3, 59 | reward the good, just ~as to punish the wicked. But eternal 46 3, 69 | so it would be unjust to punish him. ~If, therefore, the 47 3, 85 | only to reward but also to ~punish. Wherefore John the Baptist 48 3, 86 | surely die," which was to ~punish him for the sin he had committed, 49 3, 88 | He foresees that He will punish such a man eternally for ~ 50 Suppl, 59| with his wife in order to punish her by depriving ~her of 51 Suppl, 60| king for instance, ~can punish an individual both by correcting 52 Suppl, 62| is prescribed in order to punish the crime of ~adultery. 53 Suppl, 65| But the Old ~Law did not punish with death intercourse with 54 Suppl, 72| same words: "In order to ~punish the wicked and cleanse the 55 Suppl, 86| the duty of the demons to punish ~the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT 56 Suppl, 86| not be placed over men to punish them, regards the order 57 Suppl, 96| Further, a just judge does not punish except in order to correct, ~ 58 Suppl, 96| kind of ~medicine." Now, to punish the wicked eternally does 59 Appen2, 1| to reward ~good than to punish evil. Now just as those


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