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1 1, 20 | God delivered Him up to death for the salvation ~of the 2 1, 24 | should also be a book ~of death, as there is a book of life.~ 3 1, 24 | Whence there is no book of death corresponding ~to reprobation; 4 1, 41 | necessity - as, for instance, death, ~old age, and like ills. 5 1, 48 | this sense we say "Pain of death, Pain of loss, ~Pain of 6 1, 49 | that "God hath not ~made death" (Wis. 1:13), the sense 7 1, 49 | is that God does not will death for ~its own sake. Nevertheless 8 1, 49 | evil, and life against death; so also is the sinner against 9 1, 50 | free from all corruption, death, ~matter, and generation."~ 10 1, 50 | every change is a kind of death," ~as Augustine says (Contra 11 1, 60 | himself to the danger of death for the public weal of ~ 12 1, 64 | says ~(De Fide Orth. ii), "death is to men, what the fall 13 1, 64 | are ~pardonable before death; whereas after death they 14 1, 64 | before death; whereas after death they are without remission ~ 15 1, 73 | Himself, ~at the moment of His death, cried out, "It is consummated" ( 16 1, 75 | same text ~concludes, "the death of man and beast is one, 17 1, 75 | more than ~beasts." Thus death comes to both alike as to 18 1, 76 | applying a remedy against death in the gift of grace.~Aquin.: 19 1, 77 | remain in the soul after death?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 20 1, 77 | soul are in it even after ~death.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 21 1, 77 | vision; so also when by death the soul is quite separate 22 1, 41 | necessity - as, for instance, death, ~old age, and like ills. 23 1, 49 | this sense we say "Pain of death, Pain of loss, ~Pain of 24 1, 50 | that "God hath not ~made death" (Wis. 1:13), the sense 25 1, 50 | is that God does not will death for ~its own sake. Nevertheless 26 1, 50 | evil, and life against death; so also is the sinner against 27 1, 51 | free from all corruption, death, ~matter, and generation."~ 28 1, 51 | every change is a kind of death," ~as Augustine says (Contra 29 1, 61 | himself to the danger of death for the public weal of ~ 30 1, 65 | says ~(De Fide Orth. ii), "death is to men, what the fall 31 1, 65 | are ~pardonable before death; whereas after death they 32 1, 65 | before death; whereas after death they are without remission ~ 33 1, 72 | Himself, ~at the moment of His death, cried out, "It is consummated" ( 34 1, 74 | same text ~concludes, "the death of man and beast is one, 35 1, 74 | more than ~beasts." Thus death comes to both alike as to 36 1, 75 | applying a remedy against death in the gift of grace.~Aquin.: 37 1, 76 | remain in the soul after death?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 38 1, 76 | soul are in it even after ~death.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 39 1, 76 | vision; so also when by death the soul is quite separate 40 1, 88 | interior principle." ~But by death all human interior principles 41 1, 88 | above ~(Q[84], AA[7],8). But death destroys the senses and 42 1, 88 | A[8]). Therefore after death the soul ~understands nothing.~ 43 1, 88 | phantasms, it will seem, ~since death does not change its nature, 44 1, 88 | remained in the soul after death, it would follow that some 45 1, 88 | no change so thorough as ~death. Therefore it seems that 46 1, 88 | knowledge is destroyed by ~death.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 47 1, 88 | the body is destroyed by death, knowledge here acquired 48 1, 89 | defect of ~the body, namely, death. Which defect was not due 49 1, 94 | happiness directly after death.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 50 1, 96 | according to ~Apoc. 21:4: "Death shall be no more." But man 51 1, 96 | written (Rm. 5:12): "By sin death came into the ~world." Therefore 52 1, 96 | achieve for himself life or death." For man's body was ~indissoluble 53 1, 96 | passion, as he could avoid death, so long as he ~refrained 54 1, 112 | is written (Apoc. 21:4): "Death shall be no more, ~nor mourning, 55 1, 116 | his reproof delivered to ~death the lying Ananias and Saphira." 56 1, 116 | to bring on sickness and death. Much more, then, ~can the 57 1, 117 | 1:13,16): "God made not death . . . ~but the wicked with 58 1, 118 | could be restored. But man's death is due only to ~the loss 59 1, 118 | insure himself against death in perpetuity.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 5 | man naturally shrinks from death. Wherefore it is ~impossible 61 2, 18 | altogether; darkness, light; and death, life. ~Between this privation 62 2, 18 | of ~health, occasioned by death. And since this sort of 63 2, 19 | instance, when God wills the death of a father: if ~his son 64 2, 19 | willing a thief to be put to death, ~because this is just: 65 2, 19 | wishes him not to be put to death, inasmuch as killing is 66 2, 19 | therefore he wishes the thief's death, which has the aspect of 67 2, 19 | thief, not to be put to death. Now the good ~of the whole 68 2, 19 | as damnation, nor a man's death, considered precisely as 69 2, 19 | considered precisely as death, ~because, "He wills all 70 2, 20 | owner ~also shall be put to death." But he would not have 71 2, 20 | would not have been put to death, if ~the ox, although he 72 2, 20 | something which may cause death, by ~striking, or by sentencing, 73 2, 20 | or by sentencing, and if death does not ensue, he does 74 2, 20 | irregularity: but he would if death were to ensue. Therefore 75 2, 29 | kill themselves, apprehend ~death itself as a good, considered 76 2, 35 | instance, sorrow at the death of a friend, and pleasure 77 2, 35 | concerned with the dangers of ~death. And this kind of sorrow 78 2, 37 | 19): "Of sadness cometh death."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] A[ 79 2, 38 | to us when we mourn their death ~or absence. But nothing 80 2, 38 | thought of the friend's death or absence, inclines him 81 2, 38 | that when he mourned ~the death of his friend, "in groans 82 2, 40 | but hope to avenge their death: and therefore in this hope 83 2, 42 | natural defects such as death and the like are always ~ 84 2, 42 | terrible of all things is death," which is an evil of nature.~ 85 2, 42 | nature; such are natural death and other like defects. 86 2, 42 | non-natural cause; such as violent death ~inflicted by an assailant. 87 2, 42 | that they shall die, but as death is not near, they heed it 88 2, 42 | on the ~very point of a death from which there is no escape; " 89 2, 42 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Death and other defects of nature 90 2, 42 | no remedy for the evil of death: since, in the ~natural 91 2, 42 | there is no return from death to life. And yet ~death 92 2, 42 | death to life. And yet ~death is not the most feared of 93 2, 42 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although death be an evil without remedy, 94 2, 44 | moved by the imagination of death, it experiences a ~contraction 95 2, 44 | threatened by a natural death. Hence it is that "those 96 2, 44 | those who are in ~fear of death turn pale" (Ethic. iv, 9). 97 2, 47 | is no greater defect than death. But anger ceases ~at the 98 2, 47 | ceases ~at the sight of death. Therefore defect of a person 99 2, 47 | ceases at the sight of ~death. One is because the dead 100 2, 48 | members; and sometimes even death. If, however, the ~disturbance 101 2, 53 | through old age or through death. Therefore ~science cannot 102 2, 59 | soul is sorrowful even unto death." ~Therefore sorrow is compatible 103 2, 61 | found chiefly in perils of death, ~which are most difficult 104 2, 61 | strengthens against dangers of ~death. Thus again do the objections 105 2, 61 | his daring in dangers of death, so as not to go too far, ~ 106 2, 61 | fortitude against dangers of death, which is a matter of ~very 107 2, 65 | loveth not, ~abideth in death." Now the spiritual life 108 2, 66 | in matters of life and ~death, holds the first place among 109 2, 67 | daring about dangers of death; nor distributions and ~ 110 2, 67 | is so great as that of death. Therefore science and the 111 2, 67 | virtues do not remain after death.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 112 2, 67 | Whether hope remains after death, in the state of glory?~ 113 2, 67 | that hope remains after death, in the state of ~glory. 114 2, 72 | is the inordinateness of death; while, on the other ~hand, 115 2, 72 | the body, the disorder of death ~which results from the 116 2, 73 | being" corrupted; ~thus death is privation of life, and 117 2, 73 | the first day after ~his death, or on the third or fourth 118 2, 73 | sufficient cause of ~bodily death; whereas no man can of himself 119 2, 73 | of ~another's spiritual death, because no man dies spiritually 120 2, 74 | s life causes the body's death, so too a disorder which 121 2, 74 | last end, causes spiritual death, ~which is mortal sin, as 122 2, 77 | bring forth fruit ~unto death." Now it is proper to mortal 123 2, 77 | bring forth fruit unto ~death. Therefore sin committed 124 2, 79 | ungodly [*Vulg.: 'God made not death, neither hath ~He pleasure 125 2, 81 | into this world, and by sin death." Nor can this be understood 126 2, 81 | the envy of the devil, death came into this world." It 127 2, 81 | origin, to all men. Because death is a ~punishment consequent 128 2, 81 | Apostle says (Rm. 5:12): "Death passed upon all men ~in 129 2, 81 | not to die, the debt of ~death is none the less in them, 130 2, 81 | and that the punishment of death will be ~remitted by God, 131 2, 81 | liable to suffering and death, since it is "the mother" ~ 132 2, 81 | Animal. ii, 1,4), when death and liability to suffering 133 2, 82 | something entirely, such as death and darkness, ~cannot be 134 2, 85 | effect of sin?~(5) Whether death and other bodily defects 135 2, 85 | Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether death and other bodily defects 136 2, 85 | OBJ 1: It would seem that death and other bodily defects 137 2, 85 | Q[82], A[4]). Therefore death and suchlike ~defects are 138 2, 85 | original sin. ~Therefore death and other bodily defects 139 2, 85 | into this world, and by sin death."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 140 2, 85 | cause. Consequently, as death and such like defects are 141 2, 85 | parent is the ~cause of death and all such like defects 142 2, 85 | grace has. Consequently, death and all ~consequent bodily 143 2, 85 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether death and other defects are natural 144 2, 85 | OBJ 1: It would seem that death and such like defects are 145 2, 85 | text. 50, it seems that death and such like defects are 146 2, 85 | him. Now ~"God made not death" (Wis. 1:13). Therefore 147 2, 85 | Wis. 1:13). Therefore death is not natural to man.~( 148 2, 85 | thing is suitable to it. But death ~and such like defects are 149 2, 85 | said that "God made not death," and ~that death is the 150 2, 85 | made not death," and ~that death is the punishment of sin.~ 151 2, 87 | life - sometimes even by death; wherein account is not 152 2, 88 | literally as referring to the death of the body, it does not 153 2, 88 | through causing the spiritual death of the soul. Therefore a ~ 154 2, 88 | judge condemns a thief to death. Much more therefore can 155 2, 88 | who sentences a ~thief to death, or the soldier who slays 156 2, 92 | commits a murder be put to death."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 157 2, 94 | guilty and innocent, die the death of ~nature: which death 158 2, 94 | death of ~nature: which death of nature is inflicted by 159 2, 94 | by the command of God, death can be inflicted on ~any 160 2, 98 | cause, but the occasion of death, on account of its imperfection: 161 2, 99 | said to be the occasion of death, as to the moral ~precepts; 162 2, 100 | Who is Lord of life and death: for He it is Who inflicts ~ 163 2, 100 | inflicts ~the punishment of death on all men, both godly and 164 2, 100 | not incur the penalty of death, which the ~Law inflicted 165 2, 102 | from Gn. 1:20, seqq. Now death is opposed to life. ~Therefore 166 2, 102 | towards corruption ~and death. If therefore slain animals 167 2, 102 | to gods, shall be put to death, save only to the Lord." ~ 168 2, 102 | and also that man deserved death on account of his ~sins; 169 2, 102 | ordained to foreshadow the death of Christ, which is ~signified 170 2, 102 | are delivered from sin and death, ~according to 1 Pt. 1:18: " 171 2, 102 | and consequently since death is a kind ~of corruption, 172 2, 102 | uncleanness of sin, which is the death of the soul. The uncleanness 173 2, 102 | not guilty of Christ's death. The ashes were put into 174 2, 102 | through putting Christ to death, whereby our sins are expiated; ~ 175 2, 102 | kill the body," since after death they "have ~no more that 176 2, 102 | would not be true if after death harm ~might come to man 177 2, 102 | or because this form of death is very painful to the victim; 178 2, 102 | worldly grief which works death in those who are ~unclean. 179 2, 102 | incur an uncleanness at the death" of anyone except of those 180 2, 105 | public disgrace, exile, death, slavery." Now some ~of 181 2, 105 | 25:9). It prescribed the "death" ~penalty, as is clear from ( 182 2, 105 | murderer to be ~punished with death. But the death of a dumb 183 2, 105 | punished with death. But the death of a dumb animal is reckoned 184 2, 105 | field is not ~guilty of death, because "she cried, and 185 2, 105 | which was always punished by death, as stated ~above. As to 186 2, 105 | The Old Law inflicted the death penalty for the more ~grievous 187 2, 105 | abide there ~until the death of the high-priest." For 188 2, 105 | life; and that, by a cruel death, which was implied by the 189 2, 105 | signified the despised ~death of Christ, whereby all sins 190 2, 105 | affection they ~would fear death all the more, and be so 191 2, 105 | the more grieved at the death of these men who had not 192 2, 105 | away from the danger of death by being removed from the ~ 193 2, 105 | be that which results in death. Therefore it is unfittingly ~ 194 2, 105 | super Matth.), "because ~death was an unmitigated evil 195 2, 105 | certain mitigation to ~his death. It was not, however, ordained 196 2, 106 | from the law of sin and of death." Hence ~Augustine says ( 197 2, 106 | outside man, a ministration of death and a ministration of condemnation: ~ 198 2, 109 | Before man is life and ~death, good and evil; that which 199 2, 114 | sinner deserves not life, but death, according to Rm. ~6:23: " 200 2, 114 | 23: "The wages of sin is death."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] 201 2, 114 | patiently and bravely even till death. ~Hence other virtues are 202 2, 1 | third, to His Passion, ~death and burial; the fourth, 203 2, 2 | to face the dangers of death, and to charge at the foe 204 2, 2 | delivered from ~the contagion of death and the bonds of sin, except 205 2, 2 | is delivered from sin and death: for they would not, else, ~ 206 2, 10 | 11]): "I ~desire not the death of the sinner [Vulg.: 'of 207 2, 10 | unbelievers to be put to ~death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 208 2, 10 | in danger of ~everlasting death, than one who is in danger 209 2, 10 | is in danger of temporal death. Now it ~would be a sin, 210 2, 10 | man in danger of temporal death and failed ~to go to his 211 2, 10 | in danger of everlasting death, should they be left to 212 2, 10 | be snatched from natural death against the ~order of civil 213 2, 10 | by the judge to ~temporal death, nobody ought to rescue 214 2, 10 | the danger of ~everlasting death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 215 2, 11 | not ~tolerated but put to death, they lose the opportunity 216 2, 11 | severed from the world by ~death. For it is a much graver 217 2, 11 | are forthwith condemned to death by ~the secular authority, 218 2, 11 | excommunicated but even put ~to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 219 2, 11 | thereby from the world by death. For ~Jerome commenting 220 2, 11 | be altogether uprooted by death, this is not ~contrary to 221 2, 11 | delivered from the pain ~of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 222 2, 11 | them from the sentence of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 223 2, 12 | dying let him die." Now the death punishment is not ~inflicted 224 2, 13 | perseveres in mortal sin until death, and that it is not confined 225 2, 13 | permanence in sin until death, in which sense it was taken 226 2, 13 | a man perseveres until ~death will not be forgiven in 227 2, 17 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, after death there accrues to man no 228 2, 18 | 1:13,16): ~"God made not death . . . but the wicked with 229 2, 19 | 18:23, "I desire not the death of the sinner, but that 230 2, 22 | that we have passed from death to life, because we love 231 2, 23 | becomes deserving of eternal death, ~according to Rm. 6:23: " 232 2, 23 | 23: "The wages of sin is death." On the other hand ~whoever 233 2, 23 | eternal life and of ~eternal death. Therefore it is impossible 234 2, 24 | me from the body of this death?" and Phil. 1:23: ~"Having 235 2, 24 | From the body of this death."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 236 2, 24 | In the morning I put to death all the wicked of the land": ~ 237 2, 24 | like sinners to ~be put to death, because there is greater 238 2, 24 | individual. Moreover the death inflicted by the judge profits 239 2, 24 | 28:18): "Your league with death ~shall be abolished, and 240 2, 24 | live in hell and compass death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 241 2, 29 | if they be in danger of death ~through hunger or thirst, 242 2, 30 | capable of perception after death. In this sense Our Lord 243 2, 30 | should imitate after his death. ~It is thus that some are 244 2, 31 | suffer grievous pain or ~death; provided, however, that 245 2, 32 | to bring forth fruit unto death." Now all other passions 246 2, 33 | sorrow of the world ~worketh death." But such is sloth; for 247 2, 34 | that we have passed ~from death to life, because we love 248 2, 34 | by the envy of the devil, death came ~into the world" (Wis. 249 2, 38 | such things, are worthy of death, and not only they ~that 250 2, 38 | chalice, you shall show the death of the Lord, until He come." ~ 251 2, 38 | wolf who brings ~spiritual death upon the flock, but also 252 2, 41 | to Rm. ~8:38,39: "Neither death, nor life . . . shall be 253 2, 45 | wisdom'] of the flesh is death," because, to wit, it places 254 2, 56 | since it is about dangers of death, according to Ethic. iii, ~ 255 2, 60 | himself to ~the danger of death, were he to betray a thief, 256 2, 60 | such things are ~worthy of death, and not only they that 257 2, 62 | both ~their life and their death are subject to our use."~ 258 2, 62 | 33:11, "I desire not the death of the wicked, but ~that 259 2, 62 | In the morning I put to death all the ~wicked of the land."~ 260 2, 62 | that the good be put to ~death together with the wicked. 261 2, 62 | latter may be lawfully put to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 262 2, 62 | powers; ~for it puts to death those who are dangerous 263 2, 62 | lawfully put evildoers to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 264 2, 62 | order to condemn him to death for the ~common good.~Aquin.: 265 2, 62 | worship puts ~evildoers to death, according to Ps. 135:10, " 266 2, 62 | lawfully puts ~evil-doers to death, according to Rm. 13:4. 267 2, 62 | power, put evil-doers ~to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 268 2, 62 | wherein ~no punishment of death or of bodily maiming is 269 2, 62 | Ananias and Saphira ~to death by his own authority or 270 2, 62 | hand, but published their ~death sentence pronounced by God. 271 2, 62 | to pronounce sentence of death and life, ~according to 272 2, 62 | authority may lawfully put to ~death an evil-doer, since he can 273 2, 62 | authority to put himself to death for any sin whatever: although 274 2, 62 | fearsome evil of this life is death, as the Philosopher states ~( 275 2, 62 | 6). Therefore to bring death upon oneself in order to ~ 276 2, 62 | because the ~latter, by death, passes forthwith from the 277 2, 62 | the evidence, condemns to death a man whom he knows to ~ 278 2, 62 | obedience to the judge puts to death the man who has ~been unjustly 279 2, 62 | person ~thou shalt not put to death."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 280 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 1: God is Lord of death and life, for by His decree 281 2, 62 | puts the innocent ~man to death, but they who stated him 282 2, 62 | another to save himself from death. The passage ~quoted in 283 2, 62 | justly condemns a man ~to death. For this reason a cleric, 284 2, 62 | miscarry indeed . . . if her death ensue thereupon, ~he shall 285 2, 62 | intention ~of causing her death. Therefore one is guilty 286 2, 62 | when a man causes another's death through occupying ~himself 287 2, 62 | guilty of that person's death: whereas ~if he be occupied 288 2, 62 | action results in someone's death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 289 2, 62 | wherefore if there results the death either of the woman or of 290 2, 62 | especially seeing ~that death is the natural result of 291 2, 62 | inflicted on those ~who cause death unintentionally, through 292 2, 63 | with universal nature: thus death and ~corruption, in the 293 2, 63 | irreparable punishments ~such as death and mutilation. On the other 294 2, 63 | and this is injured by ~death or maiming. Secondly, pleasure 295 2, 64 | deserves to be punished with death. But in ~the Law theft is 296 2, 64 | theft is punished not by death but by indemnity, according 297 2, 64 | be punished with eternal death for ~the theft of a small 298 2, 64 | which is punished with death. Hence the text ~goes on 299 2, 64 | of the present life the death punishment is ~inflicted, 300 2, 64 | present judgment the pain of death is not ~inflicted for theft 301 2, 64 | man, for which the pain of death is ~inflicted (Ex. 21:16).~ 302 2, 65 | because He desires not the death of ~the sinner, according 303 2, 65 | shalt presently put him to death": and of ~the murderer it 304 2, 67 | rescue another man from death, so is it an officious lie 305 2, 67 | order to free oneself from death, since one is more ~bound 306 2, 67 | court, in order to escape death, he does not sin mortally.~ 307 2, 67 | order to rescue a ~man from death is not a purely officious 308 2, 67 | order to escape from the death of the body, the danger 309 2, 67 | perfect ~virtue, since "death is the most fearful of all 310 2, 67 | they . ~. . are worthy of death . . . that consent" to those 311 2, 67 | man who is condemned to death may lawfully defend himself 312 2, 67 | man who is condemned to death may lawfully ~defend himself 313 2, 67 | lawfully resist being put to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 314 2, 67 | resistance, escapes the death to which ~he has been condemned, 315 2, 67 | lawful seemingly ~to escape death by flight, according to 316 2, 67 | Deliver them that are led ~to death: and those that are drawn 317 2, 67 | those that are drawn to death forbear not to deliver." 318 2, 67 | himself from being put to ~death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 319 2, 67 | man may be condemned to death in two ways. First ~justly, 320 2, 67 | When a man is condemned to death, he has not to kill ~himself, 321 2, 67 | himself, but to suffer death: wherefore he is not bound 322 2, 67 | do anything ~from which death would result, such as to 323 2, 67 | resist those who lead him to ~death, in order that he may not 324 2, 67 | should ~deliver a man from death in opposition to the order 325 2, 67 | man deliver himself from death by resisting against ~justice.~ 326 2, 68 | deliver a man from an unjust ~death or any other penalty, or 327 2, 68 | Deliver them that are led to death"; and (Rm. 1:32): "They 328 2, 68 | 32): "They are worthy of ~death, not only they that do them, 329 2, 68 | order ~to save a man from death, or from an unjust sentence 330 2, 69 | they . . . are worthy of death, not only they that do" 331 2, 71 | 32), they "are worthy of ~death . . . not only they that" 332 2, 74 | evil of another's violent ~death, he does not differ, in 333 2, 76 | that they "are worthy ~of death . . . not only they that 334 2, 79 | I am ~sure that neither death, nor life . . . shall separate 335 2, 80 | to his idols to suffer death for the safety of his army, 336 2, 81 | those who are ~foreknown to death; even as the correction 337 2, 81 | sin a ~sin which is not to death, let him ask, and life shall 338 2, 81 | him, ~who sinneth not to death." Now just as the benefit 339 2, 83 | to gods ~shall be put to death, save only to the Lord."~ 340 2, 83 | in the Divine law, the death punishment is assigned to 341 2, 93 | concerning health and ~death. Again, other causes, considered 342 2, 93 | entered into a league with ~death, and we have made a covenant 343 2, 93 | thus a physician ~foretells death from the disposition of 344 2, 97 | dishonor it he is condemned to death," as ~acting against the 345 2, 97 | which does not inflict the death of the body, a pecuniary ~ 346 2, 97 | Church inflicts not the death of the body, but ~excommunication 347 2, 98 | were an adult in danger of death that ~wished to be baptized, 348 2, 100 | oneself to the danger of death for the sake of the common 349 2, 102 | by facing the danger of death for a good end, and an act 350 2, 102 | is the author of life ~an death. Nor again was it contrary 351 2, 106 | men. For to put a man to death is to uproot ~him. But our 352 2, 106 | sinners ~should not be put to death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 353 2, 106 | mortally are punished with death, ~it seems that all such 354 2, 106 | should be punished with death: and this is ~evidently 355 2, 106 | seems that the punishment of death should not be inflicted ~ 356 2, 106 | of punishment": namely, "death," whereby man is ~deprived 357 2, 106 | wicked can be uprooted by death, not only without danger, 358 2, 106 | case the punishment of ~death may be inflicted on sinners.~ 359 2, 106 | are deserving of eternal death, as ~regards future retribution, 360 2, 106 | wherefore the punishment of death is inflicted on those sins ~ 361 2, 106 | the punishment, whether of death or of ~any kind that is 362 2, 106 | inflictive punishment, such ~as death, mutilation or flogging. 363 2, 106 | or through pronouncing a death sentence a man is hindered 364 2, 108 | someone in saving him from death"; the eighth ~"injures no 365 2, 108 | which "saves a man from death"; or the morality of his ~ 366 2, 108 | causes ~destruction and death of the soul. Therefore every 367 2, 113 | Praise not any man ~before death." Again, in like manner 368 2, 113 | being ~a sufficient cause of death; whereas no one by flattering 369 2, 116 | For no one is ~worthy of death save for a mortal sin. But 370 2, 116 | sin. But men are worthy of death on account of covetousness. 371 2, 116 | such things are worthy of ~death." Therefore covetousness 372 2, 120 | Deliver them that are led to death": ~secondarily as regards 373 2, 121 | it is only about fear of death?~(5) Whether it is only 374 2, 121 | is only about dangers of death?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 375 2, 121 | not only about dangers of death. For ~Augustine says (De 376 2, 121 | dreads no hardship, not even ~death." Therefore fortitude is 377 2, 121 | not only about danger of death, but also ~about other afflictions.~ 378 2, 121 | is not only about fear of death, but also about ~other fears.~ 379 2, 121 | about extremes. But fear of death is about ~an extreme, since 380 2, 121 | fortitude is not about fear of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 381 2, 121 | deterred by the fear of death."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 382 2, 121 | fearful of all bodily evils is death, since it does ~away all 383 2, 121 | and harassed with fear of death lest it be done ~away and 384 2, 121 | the fear ~of dangers of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 385 2, 121 | virtue modifying the fear of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 386 2, 121 | properly about dangers of death in battle?~Aquin.: SMT SS 387 2, 121 | properly about dangers of death in ~battle. For martyrs 388 2, 121 | properly about dangers of death in battle.~Aquin.: SMT SS 389 2, 121 | properly concerned with death in battle.~Aquin.: SMT SS 390 2, 121 | oneself to the danger of death for the temporal peace of 391 2, 121 | not about the danger ~of death in battle.~Aquin.: SMT SS 392 2, 121 | fortitude is ~chiefly about death in battle.~Aquin.: SMT SS 393 2, 121 | danger, which is that of death. Now fortitude ~is a virtue; 394 2, 121 | fly from ~the danger of death. But the dangers of death 395 2, 121 | death. But the dangers of death arising out of sickness, ~ 396 2, 121 | other hand, the dangers of ~death which occur in battle come 397 2, 121 | danger though it threaten death. Hence it belongs to fortitude 398 2, 121 | mind against dangers of death, not only such as arise 399 2, 121 | properly about dangers of death occurring in battle.~Aquin.: 400 2, 121 | danger of any other kind ~of death; especially since man may 401 2, 121 | in danger of any kind of death on ~account of virtue: thus 402 2, 121 | affairs admit of dangers of death arising out of certain conflicts 403 2, 121 | exposes to the danger of death. Therefore the delight in 404 2, 121 | about sudden dangers of death."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 405 2, 121 | fortitude is about dangers of death which are of rare ~occurrence 406 2, 121 | mostly feared which lead to death, and it is against ~them 407 2, 121 | OBJ 3: Though dangers of death are of rare occurrence, 408 2, 121 | exposes to the danger of death for the good of virtue: 409 2, 121 | because fear of dangers ~of death has the greatest power to 410 2, 121 | his person to dangers of death except ~in order to safeguard 411 2, 122 | chiefly against dangers of death, and most of all against ~ 412 2, 122 | the threatening danger of death, the imminence of ~which 413 2, 122 | he braves the danger of death, so gratuitous fortitude 414 2, 122 | in the due endurance ~of death, cannot be the most perfect 415 2, 122 | acts, because endurance ~of death is not praiseworthy in itself, 416 2, 122 | the other hand he hates death more than ~anything, especially 417 2, 122 | obedience, namely obedience unto death; thus we read of Christ ( 418 2, 122 | He became "obedient unto death." Hence it is evident that ~ 419 2, 122 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether death is essential to martyrdom?~ 420 2, 122 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that death is not essential to martyrdom. 421 2, 122 | martyrdom without suffering death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 422 2, 122 | fortitude to brave not only death but also other hardships, 423 2, 122 | other hardships besides death, ~which one may suffer for 424 2, 122 | that one suffer the pain of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 425 2, 122 | a meritorious act after death. Therefore it ~is before 426 2, 122 | Therefore it ~is before death; and consequently death 427 2, 122 | death; and consequently death is not essential to martyrdom.~ 428 2, 122 | requires that a man ~suffer death for Christ's sake.~Aquin.: 429 2, 122 | fortitude regards danger ~of death chiefly, and other dangers 430 2, 122 | so far as these result in death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 431 2, 122 | of martyrdom is not after death, but in the ~voluntary endurance 432 2, 122 | voluntary endurance of death, namely in the fact that 433 2, 122 | willingly ~suffers being put to death. It happens sometimes, however, 434 2, 122 | persecution and continued until death ensues. The act of ~martyrdom 435 2, 122 | by suffering in body unto death they bear witness to ~the 436 2, 122 | the Baptist, who suffered ~death, not for refusing to deny 437 2, 123 | fortitude is about dangers of death, as stated above (Q[123], ~ 438 2, 123 | connected with dangers of ~death, for a gloss on Ps. 127: 439 2, 123 | fear is ~threefold, fear of death, fear of pain, and fear 440 2, 123 | himself to the danger of death. Now sometimes a man ~exposes 441 2, 123 | man ~exposes himself to death through fear of slavery 442 2, 123 | slave, ~gave himself up to death. Therefore the sin of fear 443 2, 123 | which ~has the danger of death for its object, as we find 444 2, 123 | which regards dangers of death. For this reason timidity 445 2, 123 | inordinate fear of the danger of ~death.]~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] 446 2, 123 | expose himself to danger of death for the sake of a good. ~ 447 2, 123 | exposes himself to danger of death in order to escape from ~ 448 2, 123 | fortitude regards dangers of death. Hence the argument ~does 449 2, 123 | brimstone which is the second death." ~Therefore fear is a mortal 450 2, 123 | through fear ~of the danger of death or of any other temporal 451 2, 123 | be ~true of the fear of death, to which, as the saying 452 2, 123 | no excuse, because, since death ~comes, of necessity, to 453 2, 123 | to be more ~avoided: thus death of the body is more to be 454 2, 123 | sin if through fear of ~death he were to promise or give 455 2, 123 | the body, such as blows or death, or evils of ~external things, 456 2, 123 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although death comes, of necessity, to 457 2, 124 | nothing is so fearful as death, according to the ~Philosopher ( 458 2, 124 | one ought not to fear even death, ~according to Mt. 10:28, " 459 2, 124 | happen that a man fears death and ~other temporal evils 460 2, 124 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Death and whatever else can be 461 2, 124 | of fortitude is to endure death without fear, and ~to be 462 2, 126 | hardships, namely dangers of ~death, certain other virtues practice 463 2, 126 | fortitude, namely to ~dangers of death, they will be quasi-integral 464 2, 126 | endures not only dangers of death, with which ~fortitude is 465 2, 126 | as referred to dangers of death, it is an integral part ~ 466 2, 127 | it is about dangers of ~death in so far as they are the 467 2, 127 | stand firm in dangers of death, wherein ~fortitude confirms 468 2, 127 | does he fly from dangers of death more than ~any others. Accordingly 469 2, 127 | such as the danger of death, is looked upon as though 470 2, 131 | a fear of the dangers of death: ~wherefore it does not 471 2, 134 | sorrow of the world worketh death," and Ecclus. 30:25, "Sadness 472 2, 134 | to good. But dangers of death, ~about which is fortitude, 473 2, 134 | connected with the danger of death, and about these evils fortitude ~ 474 2, 134 | endure, namely dangers of death: whereas ~it may pertain 475 2, 134 | pertaining to dangers of death; and it is from ~this point 476 2, 135 | unless he persevere ~until death. Therefore perseverance 477 2, 135 | connection with dangers of death (which also is something 478 2, 135 | that ~involve danger of death, for the most part are not 479 2, 135 | firm, namely in dangers of ~death. Wherefore it follows of 480 2, 135 | as to endure ~dangers of death. Therefore perseverance 481 2, 135 | perseverance enduring until death: and in this sense it needs ~ 482 2, 135 | uses it unchangeably until death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[137] A[ 483 2, 137 | happen to overwhelm him in death. But the Holy Ghost works 484 2, 138 | person not to fear dangers of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[140] A[ 485 2, 139 | with ~regard to dangers of death, than to moderate desires 486 2, 139 | and such are dangers of death. ~Wherefore in like manner 487 2, 139 | fortitude is about dangers of death ~which occur less frequently 488 2, 140 | desire to avoid dangers of death, which ~pertains to cowardice. 489 2, 140 | cowardice shuns dangers of death, to ~avoid which the principal 490 2, 140 | especially in dangers of death, stun ~the human mind, but 491 2, 140 | temperate; whereas dangers of death are of rare ~occurrence, 492 2, 140 | difficult to endure dangers of death than ~to refrain from any 493 2, 140 | which one shuns ~perils of death, is much more connatural 494 2, 140 | overcome the fear of dangers of death, than the desire ~of pleasure 495 2, 143 | things and evil, life and death ~[poverty and riches] are 496 2, 143 | suffer an honorable [honesta] death, for the most ~venerable 497 2, 145 | connected with the danger of death. To endure hardships resulting 498 2, 145 | Christ by baptism unto death" (Rm. 6:4). Moreover at 499 2, 147 | fortitude is about dangers of death, and temperance about ~pleasures 500 2, 151 | life, the less he fears death." Nor is there any need,


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