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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incurred

   Part, Question
1 1, 99 | For ~the necessity of sin incurred by the descendants would 2 2, 87 | lightest punishment is ~incurred by those who are punished 3 2, 105 | to pay the doctor's fees incurred by the victim ~of his assault. 4 2, 107 | because by ~doing so, man incurred a certain uncleanness of 5 2, 10 | certain greater evils be incurred: thus Augustine says ~(De 6 2, 60 | compensation for the loss incurred, although he be no better 7 2, 60 | compensation ~for the loss incurred by the person from whom 8 2, 69 | restitution of the loss ~unjustly incurred by the other party by reason 9 2, 75 | compensation for the loss incurred.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 10 2, 85 | property: unless he has incurred ~the loss through his own 11 2, 96 | Since therefore perjury is incurred through lack of truth, it 12 2, 96 | through lack of truth, it is incurred ~likewise through lack of 13 2, 96 | seem that ~infamy is not incurred through any kind of perjury, 14 2, 98 | being made for expenses incurred on account ~of the fruits), 15 2, 98 | restored to the Church that has incurred loss by their transfer, ~ 16 2, 162 | favor in their posterity, incurred death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 17 2, 162 | this favor human nature incurred penal defects. Hence they 18 2, 187 | Judaism, and furthermore they incurred the guilt of Jewish ~perfidy; 19 3, 27 | animation, she could never have ~incurred the stain of original sin: 20 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin had never incurred the ~stain of original sin, 21 3, 52 | But through sin man had incurred not only the death ~of the 22 3, 68 | and the debt of punishment incurred in the past: and ~on sinners 23 3, 68 | that, as in birth ~they incurred damnation through Adam so 24 3, 88 | the ~debt of punishment incurred thereby, to return, as caused 25 3, 88 | great a punishment as he had incurred before.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 26 3, 88 | unless the debt of punishment incurred through ingratitude were 27 3, 88 | ingratitude were as great ~as that incurred through all previous sins. 28 3, 88 | Therefore the debt of punishment incurred ~through subsequent sins 29 3, 88 | that the debt of punishment incurred ~through ingratitude in 30 3, 88 | the debt of punishment incurred by previous sins does not 31 3, 88 | that the debt of punishment incurred by a subsequent ~sin need 32 3, 88 | be the debt of punishment incurred ~by any subsequent mortal 33 3, 89 | or debt of punishment is incurred ~on their account: on the 34 Suppl, 8 | expiation of the ~irregularity incurred, from which all the legal 35 Suppl, 11| of excommunication to be ~incurred "ipso facto," to say whether 36 Suppl, 11| sentence of excommunication, incurred on account of some sin, ~ 37 Suppl, 12| avoided, while they can be incurred even when their causes are 38 Suppl, 23| communion with one who has incurred a ~minor excommunication, 39 Suppl, 25| canonical penalties he has ~incurred. But this opinion does not 40 Suppl, 25| been paid, had they been incurred. So great is the ~quantity 41 Suppl, 39| Reply OBJ 2: Irregularity is incurred not only on account of sin, 42 Suppl, 39| since irregularity is incurred even without fault. Wherefore 43 Suppl, 53| asked, when once he has incurred this obligation through 44 Suppl, 63| Irregularity is not always incurred on account of a sin, ~and 45 Suppl, 63| account of a sin, ~and may be incurred through a defect in a sacrament [*" 46 Suppl, 67| by this only that divorce incurred the debt of temporal ~punishment.~ 47 Suppl, 75| Wherefore since human nature has incurred the defect of the necessity 48 Suppl, 75| punishment which one ~has incurred by a past fault, as He forgave 49 Appen1, 1| by their will that they incurred the sin for which they are 50 Appen1, 2| And, since the obligation incurred by ~guilt is nothing else


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