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detriment 32
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32 distress
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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detriment

   Part, Question
1 1, 65 | different things without detriment to the simplicity of His 2 1, 66 | different things without detriment to the simplicity of His 3 1, 108 | superior, but rather to their detriment; because ~since to do evil 4 2, 87 | another, it suffers some detriment ~therefrom. For we observe 5 2, 18 | natural to man to fear ~detriment to his body, and loss of 6 2, 18 | natural for man to shrink from detriment to his own ~body and loss 7 2, 41 | this would tend to the detriment of the truth of life ~and 8 2, 51 | without ~contempt, and without detriment to things necessary for 9 2, 66 | to receive any secret in detriment to the common good: and ~ 10 2, 70 | harm done to a man to the detriment of his honor, or of the ~ 11 2, 70 | faults are exposed to the detriment of his ~honor. Such faults 12 2, 71 | whether he will ~suffer their detriment to his good name, unless 13 2, 75 | endanger ~another man in detriment to virtue: and so it is 14 2, 86 | lawfully have done to thy detriment."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 15 2, 86 | lawfully ~have done to thy detriment." If, however, the very 16 2, 145 | deferred or lessened without detriment to the bodily ~health and 17 2, 159 | that which conduces to the detriment ~of another's spiritual 18 2, 159 | other man an occasion of detriment ~to his spiritual welfare. 19 2, 159 | lest they conduce ~to the detriment of others. If, however, 20 3, 23 | in its entirety without detriment ~to the ever-living Father.~ 21 3, 29 | she ~suffered nothing in detriment to her virginity.~Aquin.: 22 3, 29 | should be strengthened in detriment to His Mother." We must 23 3, 31 | the woman formed, without ~detriment to the man. But in the Virgin' 24 3, 31 | could be formed without detriment to His ~Mother's body.~Aquin.: 25 3, 35 | virginal ~integrity, without detriment to the purity of her maidenhood." 26 Suppl, 52| free to everyone to suffer ~detriment in that which is his due, 27 Suppl, 52| fraud and to another's detriment should not hold. But a husband 28 Suppl, 52| marriage, and at least to ~the detriment of his wife. Therefore such 29 Suppl, 64| husband for the debt to the detriment of his bodily health, so ~ 30 Suppl, 65| s body to another to the detriment of the ~good of marriage.~ 31 Suppl, 69| deferred: nor could this detriment to their glory be ~compensated 32 Suppl, 80| possible without passion to the detriment [*Cf. FS, Q[22], A[1]; FS, ~


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