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prejudice 44
prejudiced 4
prejudices 2
prejudicial 37
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37 precious
37 prejudicial
37 presume
37 purified
37 rejoices
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prejudicial

   Part, Question
1 1, 39 | De Synod.): "It would be prejudicial to ~holy things, if we had 2 1, 63 | sinning. Yet this must not be prejudicial to the ~other view; because 3 1, 39 | De Synod.): "It would be prejudicial to ~holy things, if we had 4 1, 64 | sinning. Yet this must not be prejudicial to the ~other view; because 5 1, 82 | Wherefore ~this is in no way prejudicial to free-will.~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 97 | change of law is of itself prejudicial to the common ~good: because 7 2, 100 | certain cases would not be ~prejudicial to the former precepts which 8 2, 104 | observance thereof is not prejudicial to the truth of faith. ~ 9 2, 104 | were bound by the Law, ~is prejudicial to the truth of faith: because 10 2, 11 | temporal ~goods, this might be prejudicial to the salvation of others, 11 2, 93 | lead ~him on to something prejudicial to the salvation of mankind. 12 2, 139 | so long as they are not prejudicial to these things."~Aquin.: 13 2, 139 | that not only they be not prejudicial to ~health and a sound bodily 14 2, 150 | other way, ~this is no more prejudicial to virginity than being 15 2, 152 | race, in so far as it is prejudicial to the individual begetting 16 2, 152 | be a mortal sin as being ~prejudicial to the good of the future 17 2, 152 | one another ~would be most prejudicial to chastity, both on account 18 3, 36 | 1: As it would have been prejudicial to the salvation of ~mankind 19 3, 36 | His Godhead should not be prejudicial to faith in His human ~nature. 20 3, 64 | lives of wicked men are not prejudicial to God's ~sacraments, by 21 Suppl, 8 | party. Now it would be prejudicial to the subject's own priest, 22 Suppl, 11| seal of confession, are prejudicial to the truth and to the ~ 23 Suppl, 11| furthermore it would be most prejudicial to ~justice if a man could 24 Suppl, 52| then positive law is not prejudicial to the natural or ~the Divine 25 Suppl, 52| fraudulently, but it cannot be prejudicial to another person: wherefore ~ 26 Suppl, 52| whereas this can nowise be prejudicial to ~the wife, and he is 27 Suppl, 52| to marriage, marriage is ~prejudicial to slavery, since the slave 28 Suppl, 53| because this cannot be prejudicial to her.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 29 Suppl, 53| because the result is not prejudicial to her in any way.~Aquin.: 30 Suppl, 54| his own. Hence it would be prejudicial to this extension of friendship ~ 31 Suppl, 56| one party ~should not be prejudicial to the other.~Aquin.: SMT 32 Suppl, 59| conversion to the faith ~could be prejudicial to the wife, so that he 33 Suppl, 59| former life, this is nowise prejudicial to her. Now he who ~goes 34 Suppl, 61| lawfully do that which is prejudicial to another ~without the 35 Suppl, 61| taken by one consort ~is prejudicial to the other, since the 36 Suppl, 76| the fact that ~they are prejudicial to the truth of resurrection 37 Suppl, 76| another part, this is ~nowise prejudicial to the identity of the whole.


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