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injures 35
injuries 35
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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injurious

   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | right order, but also as ~injurious to another. Hence the Philosopher 2 1, 65 | that what is in some way injurious to one ~person, to another 3 1, 72 | animals are poisonous, and injurious to man. But ~there ought 4 1, 72 | ought to have been nothing injurious to man before man sinned. ~ 5 1, 49 | right order, but also as ~injurious to another. Hence the Philosopher 6 1, 66 | that what is in some way injurious to one ~person, to another 7 1, 71 | animals are poisonous, and injurious to man. But ~there ought 8 1, 71 | ought to have been nothing injurious to man before man sinned. ~ 9 2, 87 | that when the sinful or injurious act has ceased there ~still 10 2, 94 | particular ~case that it would be injurious, and therefore unreasonable, 11 2, 100| that he should do nothing injurious to ~him: and this is conveyed 12 2, 41 | of plunder, and would be injurious to the plunderers ~themselves, 13 2, 44 | do not discern what is injurious to them, and this belongs 14 2, 56 | duly, but also to repress injurious actions, such as murder, 15 2, 59 | applies most properly to ~injurious passions and actions, whereby 16 2, 59 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: When the injurious action is voluntary, the 17 2, 60 | defamed or dishonored by injurious words.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 18 2, 60 | Now it would sometimes be injurious to the man himself, or to ~ 19 2, 60 | appears to be grievously ~injurious to the person to whom it 20 2, 60 | threefold. For sometimes it is ~injurious, i.e. against the will of 21 2, 60 | but also by reason of the injurious action, even though the 22 2, 60 | thing, on account of the injurious taking, and he that has ~ 23 2, 60 | also on account of the injurious taking. Hence whoever is 24 2, 65 | that ~consist in words injurious to our neighbors. We shall 25 2, 65 | judicial proceedings, and (2) injurious words ~uttered extra-judicially.~ 26 2, 68 | concealment is not specially injurious to any person.~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 70 | and bursts out [tumet] in injurious words." Since, however, 28 2, 70 | above (A[1]), words are injurious to other ~persons, not as 29 2, 118| equality of justice and be injurious to the common good, which 30 2, 118| happens sometimes to be ~injurious - for instance, if a madman 31 2, 152| God, and sins ~that are injurious to the life of one already 32 2, 152| seduction and rape which are injurious to our ~neighbor are seemingly 33 2, 152| against God, since it is ~injurious to the Divine worship. Therefore 34 2, 156| when a man breaks ~out into injurious words, and if these be against 35 2, 166| be sought in indecent or injurious deeds or words. ~Wherefore 36 2, 166| or deeds, or such as are injurious to his ~neighbor, these 37 2, 168| outward movement is not injurious to one's ~neighbor, if we


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