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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dangerous

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | that a man is a murderer or dangerous to society, ~to kill him 2 1, 32 | 3): "No error is ~more dangerous than any as regards the 3 2, 40 | Kgs. 2:26), that "it is dangerous to drive people to despair." ~ 4 2, 40 | and consequently prove dangerous to the foe.~ 5 2, 73 | neighboring ~part, is more dangerous. Wherefore a sin must needs 6 2, 78 | and so the defect is more dangerous than in the case of the 7 2, 97 | A[6]). But it would be dangerous to leave this to ~the discretion 8 2, 2 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is dangerous for man to assent to matters, 9 2, 2 | guided. Therefore it is dangerous to believe in such matters. 10 2, 10 | good ~angel, it is not a dangerous or an unhealthy error, if 11 2, 10 | in the second case it is dangerous to dispute in public about 12 2, 10 | Hence it ~would be more dangerous for unbelievers to have 13 2, 19 | view, then despair is more dangerous, since hope withdraws us 14 2, 24 | the last days shall come dangerous times, men shall be lovers 15 2, 62 | whole. Therefore if a man be dangerous ~and infectious to the community, 16 2, 62 | puts to death those who are dangerous to others, while it allows ~ 17 2, 62 | love. Moreover it is ~most dangerous since no time is left wherein 18 2, 86 | things, that may become dangerous ~accidentally. Wherefore 19 2, 87 | reverence it demands the more dangerous it is, unless it be employed ~ 20 2, 95 | without reason he ~chooses a dangerous course, trying whether he 21 2, 116 | its being somewhat more dangerous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 22 2, 130 | is mortal if it be most dangerous and ~harmful. Now vainglory 23 2, 130 | Vainglory is stated to be a dangerous sin, not only on ~account 24 2, 140 | occurrence, and it is more dangerous for man to encounter them 25 2, 154 | OBJ 3: Further, the more dangerous a sin the more grievous 26 2, 154 | anger would seem to be more dangerous, since it leads a ~man to 27 2, 160 | contract one that is less dangerous, so the sin of pride is 28 2, 167 | ostentation, all the more dangerous as being a decoy ~under 29 2, 183 | they need." For "if it is dangerous for the helmsman to leave ~ 30 2, 185 | ostentation, ~all the more dangerous as being a decoy under the 31 3, 41 | temptation. And yet this seems a dangerous ~thing to do, since rather 32 3, 44 | Scripture": Besides, it ~is dangerous, since the demons frequently 33 3, 68 | circumstances it would be dangerous to baptize the children 34 3, 80 | Gen. 42): ~"It is a most dangerous exchange, for us to do evil 35 3, 83 | difficulty arises, the less dangerous course should ~always be 36 3, 84 | after man has contracted a dangerous disease.~Aquin.: SMT TP 37 Suppl, 6 | confess at once, though it is ~dangerous to delay.~Aquin.: SMT XP 38 Suppl, 8 | instance, a ~priest's, is more dangerous to others, than another' 39 Suppl, 25| apple. But this seems a very dangerous assertion to make. For as ~ 40 Suppl, 36| constitution, else it is ~mortally dangerous to take them; others can 41 Suppl, 54| because it became useless and dangerous to extend the ~prohibition 42 Suppl, 54| with strangers: ~and it was dangerous because through the prevalence 43 Suppl, 64| ailment so as to ~make it dangerous for herself, so is she not


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