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aggrandizement 1
aggravate 23
aggravated 42
aggravates 30
aggravating 9
aggravation 2
aggregate 11
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31 withheld
30 accustomed
30 actively
30 aggravates
30 anathema
30 ass
30 beholding
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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aggravates

   Part, Question
1 2, 18 | OBJ 2: A circumstance that aggravates a sin, or adds to the ~goodness 2 2, 24 | above (Reply OBJ 1), it aggravates the sin, or else it is a ~ 3 2, 73 | 1~Whether a circumstance aggravates a sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 4 2, 73 | Therefore a circumstance nowise aggravates a sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 5 2, 73 | Secondly, a circumstance aggravates a sin, not by ~drawing it 6 2, 73 | Thirdly, a circumstance aggravates a sin by ~adding to the 7 2, 73 | case the quantity of harm aggravates the sin directly, ~because 8 2, 73 | quantity of the harm done aggravates ~the sin; indirectly, however, 9 2, 73 | foreseen nor ~intended, it aggravates the sin directly, because 10 2, 73 | foreseen by him, yet it aggravates his sin directly.~Aquin.: 11 2, 73 | Although the harm done aggravates a sin, it does not follow ~ 12 2, 73 | inordinateness which of itself aggravates a sin. Wherefore the harm ~ 13 2, 73 | harm ~itself that ensues aggravates a sin, in so far only as 14 2, 73 | condition of the person who sins aggravates a sin ~chiefly on account 15 2, 73 | the person sinned against aggravates the sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 16 2, 73 | excellence of the person sinning aggravates the sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS 17 2, 73 | even in ~temporal goods, aggravates a sin, according to Wis. 18 2, 76 | diminish sin. ~Now ignorance aggravates sin; for Ambrose commenting 19 2, 77 | act. Therefore passion ~aggravates a sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 20 2, 89 | person is circumstance that ~aggravates a sin, but it does not transfer 21 2, 12 | sin is a circumstance that aggravates ~every sin, even blasphemy 22 2, 52 | too little love of God aggravates the former," viz. ~negligence. 23 2, 86 | with ~an obstinate mind aggravates the sin, and is called a 24 2, 148 | Therefore drunkenness aggravates a sin instead of excusing ~ 25 2, 152 | The sensual pleasure that aggravates a sin is that which is ~ 26 2, 154 | the contrary, Impenitence aggravates every sin: wherefore Augustine ~ 27 Suppl, 2 | consequent result which aggravates a sin was already ~present 28 Suppl, 62| and something more which aggravates it, namely the lesion to ~ 29 Suppl, 64| contrary, No circumstance aggravates infinitely. But undue time ~ 30 Appen1, 2| diminishes punishment rather than aggravates it. As to the proof, it ~


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