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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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severity

   Part, Question
1 2, 87 | proportionate to sin in point of severity, ~both in Divine and in 2 2, 87 | to fault in the point of severity. And a fault which is ~irreparable, 3 2, 89 | had no experience of God's severity, it was possible for him 4 2, 102 | is unrestrained ~by any severity of discipline.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 10 | might cause a schism, the severity of discipline should not ~ 6 2, 30 | wrong-doer savors, apparently, of severity rather than of mercy. ~Therefore 7 2, 30 | reproving, seems to imply the severity of justice, but, as to the ~ 8 2, 31 | latter's sins with harsh severity, as though he ~himself were 9 2, 38 | to punish with a kindly severity, it is necessary to handle 10 2, 106 | many making amends, the severity ~of vengeance should be 11 2, 106 | multitude should be ~spared and severity foregone. The same applies 12 2, 106 | to mercy rather than to severity, ~since He does not take 13 2, 115 | that "justice reclines to severity, liberality to ~goodness." 14 2, 118 | seemingly is ~opposed to severity. Therefore "epikeia" is 15 2, 118 | established. Nor is it opposed to ~severity, which follows the letter 16 2, 148 | cured not by bitterness, ~severity, harshness, but by teaching 17 2, 148 | sins should be treated with severity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[150] 18 2, 155 | are apparently ~opposed to severity, which is a virtue. Therefore 19 2, 155 | not directly opposed to severity; for meekness ~is about 20 2, 155 | anger. On the other hand, severity regards the external ~infliction 21 2, 155 | according to right reason. For severity is inflexible in the ~infliction 22 2, 155 | that clemency is related to severity as equity [the Greek 'epieikeia' ~[* 23 2, 155 | to legal justice, whereof severity is a part, as regards ~the 24 2, 157 | Isidore says (Etym. x) that "severity is as it were ~savagery 25 2, 157 | enervates, ~let there be severity, but without fury, let there 26 2, 161 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The severity of the punishment awarded 27 2, 161 | had no experience of God's severity, he thought ~the sin to 28 2, 187 | A[6]), ~not merely on severity, but chiefly on the end 29 2, 187 | regular coupled with greater severity, and consequently it will 30 3, 42 | not have been rebuked with severity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 31 3, 44 | wished to picture to them His severity towards those who ~wilfully 32 3, 47 | to suffer ~for us. God's "severity" (cf. Rm. 11:22) is thereby 33 3, 69 | before. ~Consequently the severity of human legislation would 34 3, 89 | will be judged with less ~severity, than if by denying Christ, 35 3, 89 | being sentenced with less severity at the last judgment."~ 36 Suppl, 6 | punishment, by reason of the severity of the punishment which 37 Suppl, 18| to one sin, lest by the severity of the punishment, the sick 38 Suppl, 19| provoked to yet greater severity." ~But the use of the keys 39 Suppl, 21| It is a pharisaical severity to reckon as really bound 40 Suppl, 21| loosed unjustly." But that severity was ~proud and erroneous. 41 Suppl, 96| according to the degree of its severity, and according to its length 42 Suppl, 96| as ~regards the degree of severity, so that the more grievously 43 Appen1, 2| Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: The severity of that punishment is not 44 Appen1, 2| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Severity of punishment corresponds


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