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ungrateful 44
ungratefulness 1
unhappiness 71
unhappy 36
unhealthy 9
unheard 1
unheeded 1
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36 syllogism
36 synod
36 temperate
36 unhappy
36 version
36 virtual
36 walking
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unhappy

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | Augustine says (Confess. v): ~"Unhappy the man who knoweth all 2 1, 23 | although they have never been unhappy. For movement does not take 3 1, 108 | preside in evil is to be more unhappy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 4 2, 5 | held that man can become unhappy after the ~final Happiness.~ 5 2, 5 | happy; you do not wish to be unhappy,' he would ~have said that 6 2, 13 | not to be happy, or to be unhappy. Now since choice is not 7 2, 22 | while they relieve the ~unhappy: and yet ordinary human 8 2, 24 | misery when they relieve the ~unhappy," as Augustine says (De 9 2, 93 | happy state, others in an unhappy state. ~Accordingly both 10 2, 102 | we should recognize the unhappy condition of ~human nature, 11 2, 17 | their confirmation, or ~unhappy before their fall, since 12 2, 17 | Hence it belongs ~to the unhappy state of the damned, that 13 2, 27 | OBJ 3: Although in this unhappy abode we participate, after 14 2, 62 | greater evil, for ~example an unhappy life, or the shame of sin. 15 2, 81 | we frequently witness the unhappy results; splendid marriages, ~ 16 2, 86 | forbid) thou art the more ~unhappy, as thou wouldst have been 17 2, 119 | also who are living in this unhappy state.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 18 2, 162 | 7: Further, to mock the unhappy seems inconsistent with 19 2, 162 | reduced ~through sin to unhappy straits, in the words of 20 2, 178 | the Apostle (Rm. 7:24): "Unhappy ~man that I am, who shall 21 3, 26 | these things in common with unhappy and mortal man, how much 22 3, 26 | purpose does the ~immortal and unhappy demon intervene, in order 23 3, 26 | and may allure them to an unhappy ~immortality. Whence he 24 3, 26 | supremely happy is far from us unhappy mortals; but He is Mediator, 25 3, 83 | offices which ~commemorate our unhappy state.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 26 Suppl, 72| they would be the most ~unhappy of all men. Now there can 27 Suppl, 79| between the happy and the unhappy" (Ethic. i, 13)] But there ~ 28 Suppl, 86| then the fellowship of the unhappy will not lessen but ~will 29 Suppl, 89| Augustine says (Confess. v.): "Unhappy is he who knoweth all these" ~( 30 Suppl, 95| both the happy and the ~unhappy will it; for to be and yet 31 Suppl, 95| for to be and yet to be unhappy is a greater thing than ~ 32 Suppl, 95| to be shunned than to be ~unhappy: and thus the same conclusion 33 Suppl, 95| damned not to be than to be unhappy. Hence it is said (Mt. 26: 34 Suppl, 95| themselves are supremely ~unhappy, for this happens even in 35 Suppl, 96| not in the torments of the unhappy, but on ~account of His 36 Suppl, 96| the bad angels were made unhappy through turning away from


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