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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hateful

   Part, Question
1 2, 2 | hoarding: for the miser is hateful, whereas the ~generous man 2 2, 27 | that he loves, he becomes hateful to him, not for ~being like 3 2, 28 | communication, becomes hateful. Thus zeal arises from love 4 2, 29 | same thing is lovable and hateful to different subjects. ~ 5 2, 29 | in this way, one being is hateful to another, ~and is evil; 6 2, 29 | thing may be lovable or ~hateful: in respect of the natural 7 2, 29 | more on repelling what is hateful, than on seeking what is ~ 8 2, 29 | that "avarice makes a man ~hateful"; whence we may conclude 9 2, 29 | that avarice ~makes man hateful to others, but not to himself. 10 2, 29 | knowledge of truth may become hateful, in so far as it hinders 11 2, 29 | with others, so as to be hateful to them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 12 2, 79 | wicked and his wickedness are hateful." Therefore God ~is not 13 2, 102 | wicked and his wickedness are hateful alike" (Wis. 14:9).~Aquin.: 14 2, 102 | were anathematized as hateful in God's sight. This is 15 2, 10 | publicly known, and so hateful to all, that he has no defenders, 16 2, 14 | accidentally it may be hateful to someone, in so far as 17 2, 19 | says: "Nothing is more ~hateful than despair, for the man 18 2, 24 | wherefore this itself should be ~hateful to us, for their enmity 19 2, 25 | that which is in no way ~hateful seems more lovable than 20 2, 25 | lovable than that which is hateful for some reason: ~just as 21 2, 25 | are connected with us are hateful for some reason, ~according 22 2, 25 | other hand good men are not hateful for any reason. Therefore ~ 23 2, 32 | Rm. ~1:30): "Detractors, hateful to God." Therefore it is 24 2, 32 | neighbor's good becomes hateful to ~us, so that "out of 25 2, 32 | displeasing and therefore hateful, ~whereas hatred arises 26 2, 53 | wicked and his wickedness are hateful alike." ~Now it is written ( 27 2, 71 | Rm. 1:30): "Backbiters, hateful to God," ~which epithet, 28 2, 92 | it may make the man more hateful to himself and to others; 29 3, 49 | wicked and his wickedness are hateful alike"; and Ps. 5:7: "Thou 30 3, 66 | name of Christ, which was hateful to Jews and Gentiles, might ~ 31 Suppl, 43| from one ~who has become hateful to God by committing fornication.~ 32 Suppl, 67| 1~Reply OBJ 4: No one is hateful on account of virtue as


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