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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 16 | fulfills his duty to his neighbor, as ordained by law. Hence 2 1, 63 | inasmuch as he deems his neighbor's good ~to be a hindrance 3 1, 64 | inasmuch as he deems his neighbor's good ~to be a hindrance 4 1, 94 | seen ~unhappiness in his neighbor, he would have done his 5 1, 105 | teach no more every man his neighbor, and every man his brother." ~ 6 2, 4 | the love of God and of our neighbor. Therefore it seems that 7 2, 4 | not as to the love of our neighbor. Wherefore if there ~were 8 2, 4 | happy, though having no ~neighbor to love. But supposing one 9 2, 4 | love. But supposing one neighbor to be there, love of him ~ 10 2, 56 | such as the good of one's ~neighbor, then does the will need 11 2, 56 | affections to God or to his neighbor are ~subjected in the will, 12 2, 65 | 8): "He that loveth his neighbor, hath fulfilled the ~Law." 13 2, 68 | the inward regard for our neighbor, signified ~by "the inmost 14 2, 68 | God precedes love of ~our neighbor: and in this way the gifts 15 2, 68 | disposition: thus love of one's neighbor precedes love ~of God, as 16 2, 69 | man's relations with his neighbor, ~either by way of duty 17 2, 69 | refuse to do our duty to ~our neighbor, which pertains to justice - 18 2, 69 | perfected in relation to his neighbor, ~the effect of the active 19 2, 69 | in his relations to his neighbor: from ~which operations 20 2, 70 | soul in loving God and our neighbor." It is thus that the ~names 21 2, 70 | what is near him, viz. his ~neighbor, first, as to the will to 22 2, 70 | desire to be kind to their ~neighbor. Thirdly, as to his suffering 23 2, 70 | equanimity the evils his ~neighbor inflicts on him. To this 24 2, 70 | refraining from doing harm to our neighbor ~not only through anger, 25 2, 72 | oneself, ~and against one's neighbor?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 26 2, 72 | against ~God, against one's neighbor, and against oneself. For 27 2, 72 | whoever sins against his neighbor, sins against himself and 28 2, 72 | external. But God ~and our neighbor are external to us. Therefore 29 2, 72 | against God, and ~against his neighbor."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 30 2, 72 | directed in reference to our neighbor, we need ~to be directed 31 2, 72 | not ~in reference to our neighbor; and when man sins in these 32 2, 72 | in matters concerning his neighbor, he is ~said to sin against 33 2, 72 | said to sin against his neighbor, as appears in the thief 34 2, 72 | is directed to God, his neighbor, and himself ~are diverse. 35 2, 72 | and by ~justice to his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 36 2, 72 | 3: Although God and our neighbor are external to the sinner ~ 37 2, 73 | charity, than God and his neighbor, against whom he commits 38 2, 73 | inflicted by sins against our neighbor. Because ~no one wishes 39 2, 73 | follow that sins ~against our neighbor are more grievous than sins 40 2, 73 | chiefly by sins against our neighbor, that such sins are the 41 2, 73 | God, man himself, and his neighbor: for whatever ~we do, it 42 2, 73 | good?" On the part ~of his neighbor, a man sins the more grievously, 43 2, 73 | things belonging to our ~neighbor are not subject to the dominion 44 2, 73 | regard, unless indeed our neighbor be ~willing, or give his 45 2, 77 | is ~commanded to love his neighbor as himself (Lev. 19:18). 46 2, 77 | through inordinate love of his neighbor. Therefore ~self-love is 47 2, 88 | against the love of one's neighbor, ~e.g. murder, adultery, 48 2, 88 | the love of God and one's neighbor, e.g. an idle word, excessive ~ 49 2, 88 | tending to the hurt of one's neighbor, if the angry ~movement 50 2, 89 | i.e. love of God and our neighbor, and ~good works, are others 51 2, 89 | even who love God and their neighbor, and do good works, commit ~ 52 2, 89 | love of God, and one's ~neighbor, wherefore they are designated 53 2, 96 | sins chiefly whereby one's neighbor is ~injured: and these sins 54 2, 98 | Thou ~shalt not covet thy neighbor's goods" (Ex. 20:17). Moreover 55 2, 99 | word: Thou shalt love thy neighbor ~as thyself." But this is 56 2, 99 | commandment, "Thou shalt love thy neighbor ~as thyself," as expressing 57 2, 99 | because love of ~one's neighbor includes love of God, when 58 2, 99 | of God, when we love our neighbor for God's ~sake. Hence the 59 2, 99 | love of God and of one's neighbor, and of which Our Lord ~ 60 2, 99 | words, "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself": so that it 61 2, 99 | 26: "If thou take of thy neighbor a garment in ~pledge, thou 62 2, 100 | and "Thou shalt love thy neighbor," as stated in Mt. 22:37, 63 2, 100 | seven as referring to our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 64 2, 100 | precepts pertaining to our ~neighbor; the first, "Honor thy father 65 2, 100 | seven as referring to our ~neighbor. And this is better.~Aquin.: 66 2, 100 | sins against God, or ~his neighbor, or himself. Since, then, 67 2, 100 | Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's ~goods," and, "Thou shalt 68 2, 100 | Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife." Therefore the ~ 69 2, 100 | harm is done to one's ~neighbor - sometimes in his person, 70 2, 100 | false witness against thy ~neighbor": harm done by thought is 71 2, 100 | about loving God and his ~neighbor, because in this respect 72 2, 100 | love of God and of one's neighbor: since true ~self-love consists 73 2, 100 | only which refer to our neighbor and ~to God.~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 100 | duties to God and to his neighbor. But that, in matters which ~ 75 2, 100 | natural ~for man to love his neighbor and the truth): and are 76 2, 100 | order. Because love of one's neighbor is seemingly previous to ~ 77 2, 100 | love of God, since our neighbor is better known to us than 78 2, 100 | pertain to the love of ~our neighbor. Therefore the precepts 79 2, 100 | precepts concerning our neighbor, the negative precepts should ~ 80 2, 100 | his behavior towards his neighbor, ~it is evident that it 81 2, 100 | in ~his relations to his neighbor, the first place is given 82 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 1: Although our neighbor is better known than God 83 2, 100 | reason for the love of ~our neighbor, as shall be declared later 84 2, 100 | the love of God and one's neighbor (which love falls under 85 2, 100 | and "Thou shalt love thy ~neighbor." In this sense, the first 86 2, 100 | the love of God and our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 87 2, 100 | the love of God and our ~neighbor, and others like these, 88 2, 100 | violence inflicted on our neighbor, according ~to Lev. 19:16: " 89 2, 100 | against the blood of thy neighbor": ~likewise the prohibition 90 2, 100 | the love of ~God and our neighbor as pertaining evidently 91 2, 101 | whereby he is directed to his neighbor. Now man is directed to 92 2, 102 | twofold love of God ~and our neighbor; and violet, in token of 93 2, 102 | the ~love of God and our neighbor." The coverings of the building 94 2, 103 | of our relations with our neighbor is ~a matter determined 95 2, 104 | man in relation ~to his neighbor?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 96 2, 104 | in his relations to his neighbor. For judicial precepts take ~ 97 2, 104 | that direct man as ~to his neighbor, which are not subordinate 98 2, 104 | in his relations to ~his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 99 2, 104 | which direct man as to his neighbor: as is evidently the case ~ 100 2, 104 | directing man as to his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 101 2, 104 | precepts relate to one's neighbor, as stated above (Q[99], 102 2, 104 | directing man as to his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 103 2, 104 | in his relations to his neighbor, and derive their binding ~ 104 2, 104 | is not ~ordained to his neighbor as to his end, so as to 105 2, 104 | himself with regard to his neighbor, for such is the relationship 106 2, 104 | relations of man to his neighbor are more subject to reason 107 2, 104 | in his relations to his neighbor, than whereby he is directed 108 2, 104 | But things concerning our ~neighbor are not above our reason. 109 2, 104 | direct us in relation to our neighbor should not have been figurative.~ 110 2, 104 | of man in regard to his ~neighbor, considered in itself, was 111 2, 105 | 23:24): ~"Going into thy neighbor's vineyard, thou mayest 112 2, 105 | owing from his friend or neighbor or brother, ~cannot demand 113 2, 105 | thou shalt demand of thy neighbor any ~thing that he oweth 114 2, 105 | 8), "he that loveth his ~neighbor hath fulfilled the Law": 115 2, 105 | chiefly those concerning our neighbor, seem to aim at the end ~ 116 2, 105 | for a man, on entering his neighbor's vineyard, to eat of the ~ 117 2, 105 | If thou take of thy ~neighbor a garment in pledge, thou 118 2, 105 | thou shalt demand of thy neighbor anything that he oweth ~ 119 2, 105 | Vulg.: ~'killeth'] his neighbor ignorantly, and is proved 120 2, 107 | charity: "Thou shalt love thy neighbor" (Lev. 19:18), and: "Thou 121 2, 108 | and, in relation to our neighbor, to the judicial ~precepts, 122 2, 108 | directing man to God and his neighbor. But Our Lord partly fulfilled 123 2, 108 | secondly in regard to his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 124 2, 108 | movement in respect of his ~neighbor, by forbidding us, on the 125 2, 108 | does for the love of ~his neighbor, comes under the head of 126 2, 113 | included in the love of our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 127 2, 1 | sovereign ~Good, but also our neighbor. Therefore the object of 128 2, 1 | Charity also loves our neighbor on account of God, so that ~ 129 2, 2 | as to ~love God and our neighbor, and likewise to believe 130 2, 2 | charity, namely, God and our ~neighbor. The objection refers to 131 2, 2 | of God or the good of our neighbor. On the other hand, in the 132 2, 3 | God of due honor, or ~our neighbor of a service that we ought 133 2, 3 | the love of God and our ~neighbor. Consequently when God's 134 2, 3 | when God's honor and our neighbor's good demand, ~man should 135 2, 11 | both wish and ~work our neighbor's good. Again, good is twofold: 136 2, 11 | committed against one's neighbor or against God, for it is 137 2, 11 | according as God's honor or our neighbor's good demands.~Aquin.: 138 2, 12 | is a sin against ~one's neighbor. On the other hand, if we 139 2, 12 | does more harm ~to one's neighbor, than blasphemy does to 140 2, 12 | sins ~committed against our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] A[ 141 2, 16 | loves God, himself, and his neighbor, so ~too it is the same 142 2, 16 | every man ~take heed of his neighbor, and let him not trust in 143 2, 17 | that same charity loves his neighbor, without having ~the virtue 144 2, 18 | special love ~for one's neighbor, besides the love of charity 145 2, 18 | above ~all things, and our neighbor as ourselves."~Aquin.: SMT 146 2, 22 | 7): "He that loveth his neighbor, ~consequently, loveth love 147 2, 22 | whereby formally we love our neighbor is a participation ~of Divine 148 2, 22 | of ~charity - God and our neighbor - which are infinitely distant 149 2, 22 | comprises friendship for our neighbor. But the ~Philosopher reckons 150 2, 22 | would hold, if God and our neighbor were ~equally objects of 151 2, 22 | object of charity, while our neighbor is loved out of charity ~ 152 2, 23 | denotes love of God and our neighbor. Now, ~seemingly, one may 153 2, 23 | the love of God ~and one's neighbor; because an inordinate affection 154 2, 24 | or should we love ~our neighbor also?~(2) Whether charity 155 2, 24 | at God, or extends to our neighbor?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 156 2, 24 | does not ~extend to our neighbor. For as we owe God love, 157 2, 24 | with which we love ~our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 158 2, 24 | with which we love our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 159 2, 24 | as not to extend to our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 160 2, 24 | the aspect under which our neighbor is to be loved, is God, 161 2, 24 | we ought to love in our neighbor is that he may be in God. 162 2, 24 | and ~whereby we love our neighbor. Consequently the habit 163 2, 24 | also to the love of our neighbor. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 164 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 1: We may fear our neighbor, even as we may love him, 165 2, 24 | wrong if a man loved his neighbor ~as though he were his last 166 2, 24 | charity is neither God nor our neighbor. Therefore charity need 167 2, 24 | 8): "He that loves his ~neighbor, must, in consequence, love 168 2, 24 | itself." But we love our ~neighbor out of charity. Therefore 169 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 1: God and our neighbor are those with whom we are 170 2, 24 | we love both God ~and our neighbor, in so far as we love ourselves 171 2, 24 | we love ourselves and our neighbor to love ~God, and this is 172 2, 24 | to none but God and our ~neighbor. But the word neighbor cannot 173 2, 24 | neighbor. But the word neighbor cannot be extended to irrational ~ 174 2, 24 | said: 'Thou shalt love thy neighbor,' it is evident that we 175 2, 24 | look upon every man as our neighbor." Now sinners do not cease 176 2, 24 | that in loving God and our neighbor, we should ~not exclude 177 2, 24 | from the love given to our neighbor in general.~Aquin.: SMT 178 2, 24 | For since man loves his neighbor, out of charity, ~for God' 179 2, 24 | and show love towards his neighbor: thus if we loved a certain 180 2, 24 | not only God but also our neighbor is the object of ~charity. 181 2, 24 | Hence charity towards our ~neighbor cannot be without producing 182 2, 24 | requires us to ~love our neighbor without exception, though 183 2, 24 | the love of God and of our neighbor. Now love of the angels ~ 184 2, 24 | contained in the love of our neighbor, since they ~do not belong 185 2, 24 | i, 30): "If the name ~of neighbor is given either to those 186 2, 24 | precept binding us to love our neighbor ~includes also the holy 187 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Our neighbor is not only one who is united 188 2, 24 | charity, ~viz. God, our neighbor, our body and ourselves?~ 189 2, 24 | charity, to wit: God, our neighbor, our body, and ~ourselves. 190 2, 24 | man has a body, so has his neighbor. Since ~then the love with 191 2, 24 | with which a man loves his neighbor, is distinct from the ~love 192 2, 24 | with which a man loves ~his neighbor's body, ought to be distinct 193 2, 24 | nigh to us," namely our neighbor, ~"and a fourth which is 194 2, 24 | loves both himself and his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 195 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 3: Man loves his neighbor, both as to his soul and 196 2, 24 | Wherefore, on the ~part of his neighbor, there is only one reason 197 2, 24 | for loving him; and our ~neighbor's body is not reckoned as 198 2, 25 | to love God more than his neighbor?~(3) Whether more than himself?~( 199 2, 25 | love himself more than his neighbor?~(5) Whether man ought to 200 2, 25 | Whether man ought to love his neighbor more than his own body?~( 201 2, 25 | Whether he ought to love one neighbor more than another?~(7) Whether 202 2, 25 | he ought to love more, a neighbor who is better, or one who ~ 203 2, 25 | to be loved more than our neighbor?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 204 2, 25 | be loved more than our ~neighbor. For it is written (1 Jn. 205 2, 25 | is less ~visible than our neighbor. Therefore He is less lovable, 206 2, 25 | out of charity, ~than our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 207 2, 25 | bears more likeness to his neighbor than ~to God. Therefore 208 2, 25 | Therefore man loves his neighbor, out of charity, more than 209 2, 25 | what charity loves in a neighbor, is God, according to ~Augustine ( 210 2, 25 | Himself ~than He is in our neighbor. Therefore He is not more 211 2, 25 | in ~Himself than in our neighbor. Therefore we ought not 212 2, 25 | love God more ~than our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 213 2, 25 | Now we ought to hate our neighbor for God's sake, ~if, to 214 2, 25 | of charity, more than our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 215 2, 25 | of happiness, whereas our neighbor is loved ~as receiving together 216 2, 25 | argument. For, since our neighbor is ~more visible to us, 217 2, 25 | if any man loves not his neighbor, neither does he love God, 218 2, 25 | love God, not because ~his neighbor is more lovable, but because 219 2, 25 | likeness we have to our neighbor: because from the very fact 220 2, 25 | we ~share along with our neighbor in something received from 221 2, 25 | we become ~like to our neighbor. Hence by reason of this 222 2, 25 | God more than we love our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 223 2, 25 | in anything. And ~yet our neighbor does not possess God's goodness 224 2, 25 | it essentially, and our neighbor by participation.~Aquin.: 225 2, 25 | love himself more than his neighbor?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 226 2, 25 | love ~himself more than his neighbor. For the principal object 227 2, 25 | 12). Now sometimes our neighbor ~is more closely united 228 2, 25 | submits to injury for his neighbor's ~sake, according to Prov. 229 2, 25 | of charity, to love his ~neighbor more than himself.~Aquin.: 230 2, 25 | love himself more than his ~neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 231 2, 25 | Thou shalt love ~thy neighbor (Lev. 19:18: 'friend') as 232 2, 25 | love himself more than his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 233 2, 25 | aforesaid good, and loves his ~neighbor by reason of his fellowship 234 2, 25 | love himself more than his neighbor: in sign whereof, a ~man 235 2, 25 | even that he may free his neighbor from sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 236 2, 25 | Wherefore, though a better neighbor is nearer to God, yet ~because 237 2, 25 | man is bound to love his neighbor more ~than himself.~Aquin.: 238 2, 25 | sinning, in order to free his neighbor from sin, as stated above.~ 239 2, 25 | a man ought to love his neighbor more than his own body?~ 240 2, 25 | is not bound to love his neighbor more ~than his own body. 241 2, 25 | than his own body. For his neighbor includes his neighbor's 242 2, 25 | his neighbor includes his neighbor's body. If ~therefore a 243 2, 25 | a man ought to love his neighbor more than his own body, 244 2, 25 | that he ought to love his neighbor's body more than his own.~ 245 2, 25 | own soul more than his ~neighbor's, as stated above (A[4]). 246 2, 25 | nearer to his ~soul than his neighbor. Therefore we ought to love 247 2, 25 | our body more than our ~neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 248 2, 25 | imperil his own body ~for his neighbor's safety: this belongs to 249 2, 25 | of charity, to love ~his neighbor more than his own body.~ 250 2, 25 | that "we ought ~to love our neighbor more than our own body."~ 251 2, 25 | reason for loving one's neighbor, is a greater reason for ~ 252 2, 25 | soul we ought to love our neighbor more than our own body.~ 253 2, 25 | that we ought ~to love our neighbor more than our own body, 254 2, 25 | nearer to our soul than our neighbor, as ~regards the constitution 255 2, 25 | participation of happiness, our neighbor's soul is more closely ~ 256 2, 25 | body, but not with his neighbor's welfare, except perhaps 257 2, 25 | imperil ~his own body for his neighbor's welfare, except in a case 258 2, 25 | Whether we ought to love one neighbor more than another? ~Aquin.: 259 2, 25 | we ought not to love one neighbor more than ~another. For 260 2, 25 | united to us." ~Therefore one neighbor ought not to be loved more 261 2, 25 | affection we ought to ~love one neighbor more than another. The reason 262 2, 25 | regards the love of our neighbor, depends on his relation 263 2, 25 | his body less than his ~neighbor, as stated above (A[5]): 264 2, 26 | better, to love God, or one's neighbor?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 265 2, 26 | reason for our loving our neighbor out of ~charity, as stated 266 2, 26 | first, on the part of our neighbor ~whom we love, secondly, 267 2, 26 | meritorious to love one's neighbor than to love God?~Aquin.: 268 2, 26 | meritorious to love one's neighbor ~than to love God. For the 269 2, 26 | preferred the love of our neighbor ~to the love of God, according 270 2, 26 | meritorious ~to love one's neighbor than to love God.~Aquin.: 271 2, 26 | love God than to love one's neighbor, ~both because all things 272 2, 26 | cannot be said of one's neighbor. Therefore it ~is more meritorious 273 2, 26 | meritorious to love one's neighbor than to love God.~Aquin.: 274 2, 26 | so. Now the love of one's neighbor is not meritorious, except 275 2, 26 | meritorious than the love of our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 276 2, 26 | and the ~love of one's neighbor for God's sake, on the other. 277 2, 26 | In this way love of ~our neighbor includes love of God, while 278 2, 26 | not include ~love of our neighbor. Hence the comparison will 279 2, 26 | God, extending also to our neighbor, and inadequate and imperfect 280 2, 26 | Apostle to have loved his neighbor ~more than God, but that 281 2, 26 | might be honored in his neighbor, which ~pertains to the 282 2, 27 | charity to ~rejoice in our neighbor's good, according to 1 Cor. 283 2, 27 | either in us or ~in our neighbor, whom we love as ourselves.~ 284 2, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Our neighbor does not weep save on account 285 2, 27 | charity makes us weep with our neighbor in so far as he is hindered 286 2, 28 | in so far as we love our neighbor as ourselves, the ~result 287 2, 28 | that we wish to fulfil our neighbor's will as though it were ~ 288 2, 28 | love of God and ~of our neighbor, as shown above (A[3]), 289 2, 28 | supplies the defects of his neighbor. But of all the virtues ~ 290 2, 28 | virtues ~which relate to our neighbor, mercy is the greatest, 291 2, 28 | that of ourselves and our neighbor. For He needs ~not our sacrifices, 292 2, 28 | devotion and to profit our neighbor. Hence mercy, whereby we ~ 293 2, 28 | conducing more directly to our neighbor's well-being, according 294 2, 28 | both love and mercy for our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 295 2, 29 | hurt is inflicted on our neighbor, ~for instance, rapine, 296 2, 29 | benefits conferred on our neighbor, if we ~consider them under 297 2, 30 | almsdeeds is to succor our neighbor. But a dead man ~profits 298 2, 30 | alms is to ~relieve our neighbor's need. Now there are many 299 2, 30 | skill and profit ~with his neighbor; let him who has an opportunity 300 2, 30 | the various needs of our neighbor: some of which affect the 301 2, 30 | committed against ~God or our neighbor, it is not in our power 302 2, 30 | he in looking after ~his neighbor, whom he ought to love as 303 2, 30 | themselves by which our neighbor is succored, because spiritual 304 2, 30 | inasmuch as they supply our neighbor's corporal needs. ~Secondly, 305 2, 30 | of love for God and his neighbor, and in ~this respect they 306 2, 30 | spiritual fruit, inasmuch as our neighbor, who is succored by a corporal ~ 307 2, 30 | answer that, As love of our neighbor is a matter of precept, 308 2, 30 | condition to the love of our neighbor is a matter of ~precept 309 2, 30 | also. Now the love of our neighbor requires that not only should ~ 310 2, 30 | not only should ~we be our neighbor's well-wishers, but also 311 2, 30 | All succor given to our neighbor is reduced to the precept ~ 312 2, 30 | love himself more than his neighbor, it seems ~that he would 313 2, 30 | in order to ~succor his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 314 2, 31 | rendering service to our neighbor are reduced to the precept 315 2, 31 | that you may save ~your neighbor?" No, "because you would 316 2, 31 | sets himself above ~his neighbor, judging the latter's sins 317 2, 31 | Since, however, a man's neighbor may take offense even at 318 2, 31 | sins are hurtful to our neighbor either in his body or in ~ 319 2, 31 | Further, man should love his neighbor as himself. Now no man ~ 320 2, 32 | Whether hatred of one's neighbor is always a sin?~(4) Whether 321 2, 32 | of all sins against our neighbor?~(5) Whether it is a capital 322 2, 32 | Whether hatred of one's neighbor is always a sin?~Aquin.: 323 2, 32 | seem that hatred of one's neighbor is not always a sin. ~For 324 2, 32 | Therefore hatred of ~one's neighbor is not always a sin.~Aquin.: 325 2, 32 | cannot be hatred of one's neighbor without sin.~Aquin.: SMT 326 2, 32 | Now love is due to our neighbor in respect of what he ~holds 327 2, 32 | 1~Whether hatred of our neighbor is the most grievous sin 328 2, 32 | grievous sin against our ~neighbor?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 329 2, 32 | seem that hatred of our neighbor is the most grievous ~sin 330 2, 32 | grievous ~sin against our neighbor. For it is written (1 Jn. 331 2, 32 | grievous of ~sins against our neighbor. Therefore hatred is also.~ 332 2, 32 | best thing we give our ~neighbor is love, since all other 333 2, 32 | by which a man ~hurts his neighbor more than by hatred, e.g. 334 2, 32 | Sins committed against our neighbor are evil on two ~counts; 335 2, 32 | external actions that ~hurt our neighbor, because hatred is a disorder 336 2, 32 | outward sins against his neighbor, it is all to be traced 337 2, 32 | the hurt inflicted on his neighbor, a ~man's outward sins are 338 2, 32 | Divine ~good, and of his neighbor's good. Wherefore hatred, 339 2, 32 | to love. Now love of our neighbor is ~referred to our love 340 2, 32 | Therefore hatred of our neighbor is referred to our hatred 341 2, 32 | above (A[5]), hatred of his neighbor is a man's ~last step in 342 2, 32 | he ~naturally has for his neighbor. Now if a man declines from 343 2, 32 | envy is sorrow for our ~neighbor's good, it follows that 344 2, 32 | good, it follows that our neighbor's good becomes hateful to ~ 345 2, 32 | first place, and to our neighbor afterwards. On the other ~ 346 2, 32 | hatred is directed to our ~neighbor before being directed to 347 2, 32 | Therefore, since envy of our ~neighbor is the mother of hatred 348 2, 32 | mother of hatred of our neighbor, it becomes, in ~consequence, 349 2, 32 | upon the very good of our neighbor as displeasing and therefore 350 2, 32 | through anger, we desire our neighbor's evil according to a certain ~ 351 2, 32 | absolutely to desire his neighbor's evil, which desire is 352 2, 33 | is sloth, or about ~our neighbor's good, and then its contrary 353 2, 34 | rejoice, viz. over our ~neighbor's good.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 354 2, 34 | charity and of envy is our neighbor's good, but by contrary 355 2, 34 | charity rejoices in our neighbor's good, while envy grieves 356 2, 34 | envious man grieves over his neighbor's good, ~whereas the pitiful 357 2, 34 | pitiful man grieves over his neighbor's evil, so that the ~envious 358 2, 34 | detraction, joy at our neighbor's misfortunes, and grief ~ 359 2, 34 | prosperity." For joy at our neighbor's misfortunes and grief 360 2, 34 | so ~envy is grief for our neighbor's good. Now it has been 361 2, 34 | and not merely for our neighbor's ~good. Hence it is accounted 362 2, 34 | the envious man sees his neighbor prosper ~notwithstanding 363 2, 34 | because grief over our neighbor's good which is envy, gives 364 2, 35 | will alone, and not our neighbor's, is the rule of ~our own 365 2, 35 | secondarily, the good of our neighbor. Wherefore discord is a 366 2, 35 | directly disaccords with his neighbor, when he ~knowingly and 367 2, 35 | the Divine good and his ~neighbor's good, to which he ought 368 2, 35 | to God's honor, or our ~neighbor's profit, while one deems 369 2, 35 | Divine good or that of our neighbor. Such like discord is neither ~ 370 2, 35 | will; but in so far as our neighbor's will adheres to God's ~ 371 2, 35 | incites the mind to hurt one's neighbor; whereas discord consists ~ 372 2, 36 | should be pleased that his neighbor ~commit a mortal sin. But 373 2, 37 | committed against one's ~neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 374 2, 37 | secondary object and is our ~neighbor's good. Now schism and other 375 2, 37 | and other sins against our neighbor, are ~opposed to charity 376 2, 37 | committed by man against ~his neighbor, the sin of schism would 377 2, 38 | all our dealings with our neighbor. Now our enemy is our neighbor. ~ 378 2, 38 | neighbor. Now our enemy is our neighbor. ~Therefore, since no man 379 2, 41 | whereby one harms one's neighbor unjustly. But scandal seems 380 2, 41 | Further, a man occasions his neighbor's spiritual downfall when ~ 381 2, 41 | out of that love for our neighbor which binds each one to 382 2, 41 | to be ~solicitous for his neighbor's spiritual welfare; so 383 2, 41 | special injury to one's neighbor: so too, scandal is a special 384 2, 41 | intends a special harm to his neighbor, and it ~is directly opposed 385 2, 41 | when a man scandalizes his neighbor by a deed which is not a 386 2, 41 | has such ~contempt for his neighbor's spiritual welfare that 387 2, 41 | avoid scandalizing one's ~neighbor, for instance, when by sinning 388 2, 41 | the damnation of one's neighbor as much as one can without 389 2, 41 | For we ought to love our neighbor's spiritual welfare which ~ 390 2, 41 | to avoid scandalizing our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 391 2, 42 | precept: "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself";~(8) Whether 392 2, 42 | love ~of God and of our neighbor: and therefore the precepts 393 2, 42 | loves none but God in our neighbor. Now we are sufficiently 394 2, 42 | precept about loving our neighbor. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 395 2, 42 | put aside the love of our neighbor, provided we put not ~aside 396 2, 42 | precept of the love of our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 397 2, 42 | 8): "He that loveth his ~neighbor hath fulfilled the Law." 398 2, 42 | included in the ~love of our neighbor: and consequently the one 399 2, 42 | precept of the love of our ~neighbor suffices. Therefore there 400 2, 42 | to which the love of our neighbor ~is directed. Therefore 401 2, 42 | also of the love of our neighbor, on account of those who ~ 402 2, 42 | OBJ 2: God is loved in our neighbor, as the end is loved in 403 2, 42 | Reply OBJ 4: Love of our neighbor includes love of God, as 404 2, 42 | namely, God, himself, his neighbor and his own body, as shown ~ 405 2, 42 | whereby we are led to love our neighbor ~for God's sake, as for 406 2, 42 | his ~loving God and his neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 407 2, 42 | the precept of love of our neighbor is fittingly expressed?~ 408 2, 42 | precept of the love of our neighbor is ~unfittingly expressed. 409 2, 42 | Mt. 5:44. But the word "neighbor" ~denotes a kind of "nighness" 410 2, 42 | of one's love ~for one's neighbor. Now the principle is greater 411 2, 42 | man ought not to love his neighbor as himself.~Aquin.: SMT 412 2, 42 | loves himself, but not his neighbor, naturally. ~Therefore it 413 2, 42 | be commanded to love his ~neighbor as himself.~Aquin.: SMT 414 2, 42 | this: Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself."~Aquin.: SMT 415 2, 42 | indicated in the word "neighbor," because the reason why 416 2, 42 | matter whether we say "neighbor," or "brother" according 417 2, 42 | that a man must love his neighbor equally as himself, but 418 2, 42 | that he should love his neighbor for God's sake, even as 419 2, 42 | so that his love for his neighbor is a "holy" ~love. Secondly, 420 2, 42 | should ~not give way to his neighbor in evil, but only in good 421 2, 42 | so that his love for his ~neighbor may be a "righteous" love. 422 2, 42 | that a man should love his neighbor, not for his own ~profit, 423 2, 42 | the sense of wishing his neighbor well, even ~as he wishes 424 2, 42 | so that his love for his neighbor may be a ~"true" love: since 425 2, 42 | since when a man loves his neighbor for his own profit or ~pleasure, 426 2, 42 | pleasure, he does not love his neighbor truly, but loves himself.~ 427 2, 42 | distinction. But the love of ~our neighbor is prescribed without any 428 2, 42 | words, "Thou ~shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." Therefore the 429 2, 42 | are commanded to love our neighbor "as ~ourselves," the love 430 2, 42 | is set before love of our neighbor. In like ~manner where we 431 2, 42 | a man ought to love his neighbor more than his own body; 432 2, 42 | words, "Thou shalt love thy ~neighbor" that those who are nearer 433 2, 43 | that he should bring to his neighbor's deficiencies, sympathy ~ 434 2, 54 | shalt not calumniate thy neighbor," and (Dt. 25:13): "Thou ~ 435 2, 56 | God includes love of our neighbor, as ~stated above (Q[25], 436 2, 56 | committed against one's neighbor cannot be a general sin, ~ 437 2, 56 | the love of God and our ~neighbor which pervades the other 438 2, 58 | Further, a man does his neighbor an injury by judging him ~ 439 2, 58 | without ~contempt of one's neighbor. Hence the same gloss goes 440 2, 58 | Further, man should love his neighbor as himself. Now with regard ~ 441 2, 58 | matters affecting one's neighbor should be interpreted for 442 2, 59 | harms the person of his ~neighbor; for instance if a man strike, 443 2, 62 | doing an injury to one's neighbor against his will: and ~this 444 2, 62 | word. By deed when ~one's neighbor is injured either in his 445 2, 62 | greatest injury ~on his neighbor. Under this head there are 446 2, 62 | brother, and friend, and neighbor." Therefore it is ~lawful 447 2, 62 | committed against one's ~neighbor, the more grievous seem 448 2, 64 | whereby a man injures ~his neighbor in his belongings; namely 449 2, 64 | scandal he may have given his neighbor ~by acting this way.~Aquin.: 450 2, 64 | secondarily in ~the love of our neighbor, which is shown in our wishing 451 2, 64 | means of doing harm to our neighbor in his ~belongings; and 452 2, 64 | is ~to rob and injure his neighbor, there may be a mortal sin 453 2, 64 | Further, a man should love his neighbor as himself. Now, ~according 454 2, 64 | in ~order to succor one's neighbor by giving him an alms. Therefore 455 2, 64 | property in order to succor his neighbor in need.~Aquin.: SMT SS 456 2, 66 | attempts to inflict on his neighbor: but the ~punishment of 457 2, 67 | as to the love due to our neighbor. ~Therefore such a lie is 458 2, 67 | against the love of ~his neighbor, and this not only as regards 459 2, 68 | false witness against thy neighbor." For one does ~nothing 460 2, 68 | much sins against their neighbor. Consequently, for the greater 461 2, 69 | share his skill with his neighbor; let him ~who has an opportunity 462 2, 69 | Further, a man should love his neighbor as himself. Now it is a ~ 463 2, 70 | injury inflicted on one's neighbor, since it is a kind of ~ 464 2, 70 | inflict no injury on one's neighbor, either ~in his person, 465 2, 71 | injuries inflicted on our neighbor, whether by word or by deed, 466 2, 71 | committed against one's ~neighbor?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 467 2, 71 | committed against one's neighbor. Because a gloss on Ps. 468 2, 71 | committed against one's neighbor. Therefore backbiting is 469 2, 71 | man commits against his neighbor, adultery is ~most grave.~ 470 2, 71 | committed against ~one's neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 471 2, 71 | committed ~against one's neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 472 2, 71 | committed against one's ~neighbor must be weighed by the injury 473 2, 71 | committed against one's neighbor, murder ~is the most grievous, 474 2, 71 | greater contempt of one's neighbor: even as robbery is a ~graver 475 2, 71 | hating or despising his ~neighbor. For this reason it is stated 476 2, 71 | any means to lessen one's neighbor's glory. Nor does it follow 477 2, 71 | more and more hates his neighbor, and thus his ~knowledge 478 2, 71 | pertaining to hate of one's neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 479 2, 72 | evil secretly of ~their neighbor: and for this reason these 480 2, 72 | backbiter intends to blacken his neighbor's ~good name, wherefore 481 2, 72 | evils especially about his ~neighbor which are likely to defame 482 2, 72 | backbiter speaks of his ~neighbor things that are evil simply, 483 2, 72 | tale-bearing ~is against one's neighbor. Therefore the sin of backbiting 484 2, 72 | 8]), sins ~against one's neighbor are the more grievous, according 485 2, 72 | precept of love for one's neighbor: while he ~that strives 486 2, 73 | other sins ~whereby one's neighbor is injured by words?~(2) 487 2, 73 | injury they ~inflict on one's neighbor. Now the injury inflicted 488 2, 74 | charity whereby we love our ~neighbor by desiring his good. Consequently 489 2, 74 | inflicts an injury on one's neighbor, ~and it is more grievous 490 2, 75 | this is to ~deceive one's neighbor so as to injure him. Hence 491 2, 76 | every case to lend it to his neighbor. Therefore it is lawful ~ 492 2, 76 | treat every man as ~our neighbor and brother, especially 493 2, 77 | regards good as ~due to one's neighbor. And in this sense it belongs 494 2, 77 | considered as due to one's neighbor, and to avoid the opposite ~ 495 2, 77 | which is hurtful to one's neighbor; while it belongs ~to general 496 2, 77 | inflicting no injury on his ~neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 497 2, 77 | something in relation to one's neighbor. Wherefore, in the same 498 2, 79 | between oneself and one's ~neighbor, and "to keep oneself unspotted 499 2, 79 | not only God, but also our neighbor, according to Gal. ~5:13, " 500 2, 79 | includes a relation to one's neighbor also.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81]


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