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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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aggravated

   Part, Question
1 2, 55 | as occasionally sin ~is aggravated through the law, so as to 2 2, 73 | against? ~(10) Whether sin is aggravated by reason of the excellence 3 2, 73 | case unless a circumstance aggravated ~a sin. Therefore a circumstance 4 2, 73 | natural for a sin to be aggravated by ~reason of its circumstances. 5 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Whether sin is aggravated by reason of its causing 6 2, 73 | would seem that a sin is not aggravated by reason of its ~causing 7 2, 73 | Therefore a sin is not aggravated ~on account of its causing 8 2, 73 | If, therefore, ~sins were aggravated through causing more harm, 9 2, 73 | theft: but his sin is not aggravated on account of his neither ~ 10 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Whether a sin is aggravated by reason of the condition 11 2, 73 | would seem that sin is not aggravated by reason of the ~condition 12 2, 73 | the case a sin would be aggravated chiefly by being committed 13 2, 73 | condition of the person aggravated the sin, this ~would be 14 2, 73 | Therefore a sin is not aggravated by the excellence of the 15 2, 73 | Therefore a sin is not aggravated by the excellence of the ~ 16 2, 73 | Therefore a sin is not aggravated by reason of the excellence 17 2, 78 | fault. Therefore a sin is aggravated through being done on ~purpose, 18 2, 78 | were. ~Wherefore a sin is aggravated by the very fact that it 19 2, 88 | idle word; ~rather is it aggravated by the additional deformity.~ 20 2, 10 | by some circumstance, be aggravated.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 21 2, 12 | unbelief: while ~the sin is aggravated if the will's detestation 22 2, 12 | as unbelief and ~being an aggravated form of that sin.~Aquin.: 23 2, 59 | voluntary, the injury is ~aggravated and consequently is considered 24 2, 63 | such like injuries are ~aggravated through being perpetrated 25 2, 63 | 1/1~Whether the sin is aggravated by the fact that the aforesaid 26 2, 63 | seem that the sin is not aggravated by the fact that the ~aforesaid 27 2, 63 | Therefore the sin is not aggravated through an injury being ~ 28 2, 63 | being equal, the sin is ~aggravated by this very fact. It may 29 2, 64 | harm, except ~when it is aggravated by some grave circumstance, 30 2, 108 | Now the sin of lying is aggravated, if ~by lying a person intends 31 2, 146 | is diminished rather than aggravated, both on ~account of the 32 2, 146 | of which is nevertheless aggravated, if a man incur some bodily ~ 33 2, 152 | seduction. And both of these are aggravated by the use of violence. 34 2, 152 | adultery. And all these are aggravated by coming under the head 35 2, 161 | ignorance did not excuse, but aggravated her ~sin, in so far as it 36 3, 88 | on account of its being aggravated in view of those previous ~ 37 Suppl, 2 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, sin is aggravated by the result that ensues 38 Suppl, 9 | person, since one disease is ~aggravated by the addition of another, 39 Suppl, 9 | regard to sins, for one is aggravated when another is added to ~ 40 Suppl, 32| can cause death, if it be aggravated. Hence if ~we consider the 41 Suppl, 42| aggravation. Now concupiscence is aggravated by concupiscence, because, ~ 42 Suppl, 62| nevertheless the sin is yet more ~aggravated by this circumstance which


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