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violation 19
violations 1
violence 141
violent 63
violently 6
violet 11
violet-colored 4
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63 till
63 told
63 using
63 violent
63 young
62 144
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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violent

   Part, Question
1 1, 39 | often implies a certain violent ~impulse, according to Is. 2 1, 41 | necessary means ~what is violent; secondly, it means a final 3 1, 39 | often implies a certain violent ~impulse, according to Is. 4 1, 41 | necessary means ~what is violent; secondly, it means a final 5 1, 81 | will. For ~we call that violent which is against the inclination 6 1, 81 | to be at the same time violent and natural, so it is impossible 7 1, 81 | be absolutely coerced or violent, and voluntary. ~Aquin.: 8 1, 102 | their nature is somewhat violent. ~Wherefore, as the violent 9 1, 102 | violent. ~Wherefore, as the violent necessity in the movement 10 1, 103 | OBJ 3: Further, nothing violent can occur, except there 11 1, 103 | not-being is unnatural and violent to any ~creature, since 12 1, 117 | must be the result of some violent cause, and to the soul ~ 13 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, violent movement is that which is 14 2, 6 | Now what is compelled or violent is from an ~exterior principle. 15 2, 6 | violence, but that ~this violent movement be from its natural 16 2, 6 | OBJ 2: It is not always a violent movement, when a passive 17 2, 6 | bodies would be unnatural and violent: whereas ~they are natural 18 2, 6 | object, this movement ~is not violent but voluntary.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 6 | be involuntary. But some ~violent actions proceed from the 20 2, 6 | appetite. Accordingly this is violent, not simply ~but in a certain 21 2, 6 | disposition. For this is violent in a certain respect, i.e. 22 2, 6 | things ~done through fear, a violent action is defined as not 23 2, 9 | above ~(Q[6], A[4]). But the violent act is one "the principle 24 2, 9 | OBJ 2: For an act to be violent it is not enough that its ~ 25 2, 9 | But this movement would be violent, if it were counter to the ~ 26 2, 10 | in those who ~through a violent access of anger or concupiscence 27 2, 28 | when he is overcome by violent passion or madness. As to 28 2, 31 | what is against nature is violent. But "whatever is ~violent 29 2, 31 | violent. But "whatever is ~violent causes grief" (Metaph. v, 30 2, 31 | speak. But sadness is like a violent repose; because ~its object 31 2, 31 | appetite, just as the place of ~violent repose is disagreeable to 32 2, 31 | repose is contrary both to violent repose of the same body, 33 2, 35 | own preservation. Hence ~violent movement is intense at first, 34 2, 36 | upward tendency is not violent but natural to it.~Aquin.: 35 2, 37 | days I was tormented with a violent tooth-ache, I was not able 36 2, 42 | non-natural cause; such as violent death ~inflicted by an assailant. 37 2, 74 | desire the evil of another's violent ~death, he does not differ, 38 2, 127 | resistance, unless they be violent, because the sensitive appetite, 39 2, 135 | whom these passions are not violent. But they are ~most difficult 40 2, 135 | passions: since the more violent the passions, the more ~ 41 2, 138 | suffereth ~violence, and the violent bear it away." Hence Peter 42 2, 160 | onslaught; thus anger is violent in its onslaught ~on account 43 2, 173 | above ~(OBJ[3]); and "the violent is that which has its principle 44 3, 47 | slain by others suffer a violent death, and hence ~die unwillingly, 45 3, 47 | die unwillingly, because violent is opposed to voluntary. 46 3, 57 | a ~glorified body is not violent, so neither is its rest 47 3, 57 | so neither is its rest violent: ~consequently, there is 48 3, 60 | it was unlawful to lay violent hands on was said to be 49 3, 68 | his passiveness is not ~violent but voluntary: wherefore 50 Suppl, 47| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, violent is the same as compulsory. 51 Suppl, 47| Philosopher (Ethic. iii, 1), "a violent action is one the principle 52 Suppl, 47| cannot be compulsory or violent.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 53 Suppl, 47| calls ~(Ethic. iii, 1) "violent simply," as when by bodily 54 Suppl, 72| except for a time by some violent action: thus ~in hot water 55 Suppl, 72| long, ~because they are violent, so to speak. But the life 56 Suppl, 72| whatever; for instance, the violent upward movement of a ~stone 57 Suppl, 72| stone which terminates in a violent rest. Again, there is a 58 Suppl, 72| principle above nature, or violent if from any other principle. 59 Suppl, 72| miraculous or artificial or violent. For, properly ~speaking, 60 Suppl, 72| movement terminating in a ~violent rest, there can be a non-natural 61 Suppl, 81| movement, as appears in violent movements, or at least because 62 Suppl, 88| natural to them and nowise violent, as is proved in De Coelo ~ 63 Suppl, 94| OBJ 2: Further, nothing violent or accidental can be everlasting.


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