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hurtful 75
hurtfulness 1
hurting 4
hurts 34
husband 565
husbandman 4
husbandmen 3
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34 grieves
34 guardian
34 hindering
34 hurts
34 justify
34 maker
34 mingling
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hurts

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | imposed from the fact that it ~hurts the foot [loedit pedem], 2 1, 13 | imposed to signify that ~which hurts the foot, but rather to 3 1, 13 | otherwise everything that hurts the foot would be a stone [* 4 1, 13 | as for ~instance that it hurts the foot [loedit pedem]; 5 1, 48 | Enchiridion 12) that "evil hurts ~inasmuch as it takes away 6 1, 48 | evil, as long as it lasts, hurts, and takes away good. ~But 7 1, 48 | thing is evil "because it ~hurts." But whatever hurts is 8 1, 48 | it ~hurts." But whatever hurts is penal. Therefore every 9 1, 49 | Enchiridion 12) that "evil hurts ~inasmuch as it takes away 10 1, 49 | evil, as long as it lasts, hurts, and takes away good. ~But 11 1, 49 | thing is evil "because it ~hurts." But whatever hurts is 12 1, 49 | it ~hurts." But whatever hurts is penal. Therefore every 13 2, 18 | accordingly, because he hurts ~none save himself. And 14 2, 21 | whole society: thus, who hurts the hand, hurts ~the man. 15 2, 21 | thus, who hurts the hand, hurts ~the man. When, therefore, 16 2, 29 | action of the one ~that hurts us; and actions proceed 17 2, 38 | because a hurtful thing hurts yet more if we keep it ~ 18 2, 46 | individual. ~When the whole state hurts us, the whole state is reckoned 19 2, 73 | running to slay, slips and hurts his foot. If, on the other 20 2, 29 | traced to love, ~so all hurts considered under the common 21 2, 32 | said to be evil, because it hurts, as ~Augustine observes ( 22 2, 32 | are sins by which a man ~hurts his neighbor more than by 23 2, 68 | that benefits someone and hurts no man is ~officious, and 24 2, 90 | meaning, else iron, since it hurts ~the foot, would be a stone. 25 2, 104 | moves him to resist ~what hurts him, and to seek what is 26 2, 121 | gives way to the thing that hurts; though ~accidentally it 27 2, 156 | said to ~be evil because it hurts." Now anger is most hurtful, 28 2, 156 | revenge; and the least of hurts is that which is done by 29 3, 68 | with the worship of demons, hurts not the children. For as ~ 30 Suppl, 3 | sensation of hurt. But some hurts are ~more keenly felt than 31 Suppl, 3 | or even from a thing that hurts the senses, than from the ~ 32 Suppl, 70| as hurtful, not that it hurts ~through being seen, but 33 Appen1, 2| pain caused by that which hurts it: wherefore hurts inflicted 34 Appen1, 2| which hurts it: wherefore hurts inflicted on the more ~sensible


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