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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 79 | says (Rhetoric. ii, 4) that hatred can regard a ~universal, 2 1, 80 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, hatred is in the irascible part: 3 1, 80 | 33: "We ought to have the hatred of vice in the irascible 4 1, 80 | the irascible power." But ~hatred is contrary to love, and 5 1, 80 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hatred belongs simply to the concupiscible 6 1, 80 | strife which arises from hatred, it may belong to the ~irascible 7 1, 81 | 33 warns ~us "to have the hatred of vice in the irascible 8 1, 113 | sent; for they ~punish from hatred or envy; whereas they are 9 2, 23 | prudence in ~the reason; hatred of vice in the irascible 10 2, 23 | concupiscible part." But hatred is in the concupiscible 11 2, 23 | instance, joy, ~sorrow, love, hatred, and such like: whereas 12 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 2: Jerome ascribes hatred of vice to the irascible 13 2, 23 | faculty, ~not by reason of hatred, which is properly a concupiscible 14 2, 23 | for instance, love and hatred, ~joy and sorrow. Therefore 15 2, 23 | evil, ~tends from it, as hatred, avoidance or dislike, and 16 2, 23 | corresponding contrary of which is ~"hatred" in respect of evil. Secondly, 17 2, 23 | passions; viz. love and hatred, desire and aversion, joy ~ 18 2, 24 | doubt, should be free from hatred, anger, friendship and pity." 19 2, 24 | are specifically evil, as hatred, fear and ~sadness. But 20 2, 25 | this pertains to love or hatred, those whose ~object is 21 2, 25 | arising from love of good or hatred of evil, those whose object 22 2, 25 | of ~generation, love and hatred are first; desire and aversion, 23 2, 25 | yet so that love precedes hatred; desire precedes aversion; ~ 24 2, 25 | respect of evil, it begins ~in hatred, goes on to aversion, and 25 2, 26 | shall ~consider (1) Love and hatred; (2) Desire and aversion; ( 26 2, 27 | likeness is the cause of ~hatred; for it is written (Prov. 27 2, 28 | there is no zeal without hatred, as neither is there ~without 28 2, 28 | of love any ~more than of hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 29 2, 28 | effect of love rather than of hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 30 2, 28 | some things are done from hatred. Therefore all things are ~ 31 2, 28 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hatred also is a result of love, 32 2, 29 | 29] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF HATRED (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 33 2, 29 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider hatred: concerning which there 34 2, 29 | cause and the object of hatred?~(2) Whether love is the 35 2, 29 | Whether love is the cause of hatred?~(3) Whether hatred is stronger 36 2, 29 | cause of hatred?~(3) Whether hatred is stronger than love?~( 37 2, 29 | the object of universal hatred?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 38 2, 29 | the cause and object of hatred?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 39 2, 29 | the object and cause of hatred. ~For everything that exists, 40 2, 29 | therefore evil be the ~object of hatred, it follows that nothing 41 2, 29 | something can ~be the object of hatred: which is clearly untrue.~ 42 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, hatred of evil is praise-worthy; 43 2, 29 | the high-priest, and the hatred of their souls [Douay: ~' 44 2, 29 | but evil be the object ~of hatred, it would follow that all 45 2, 29 | it would follow that all hatred is commendable: and this 46 2, 29 | different subjects. ~Therefore hatred is not only of evil, but 47 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Hatred is the opposite of love. 48 2, 29 | Therefore the object ~of hatred is evil. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 49 2, 29 | it; and this is natural hatred. So, therefore, ~in the 50 2, 29 | apprehended as ~suitable; while hatred is dissonance of the appetite 51 2, 29 | so evil is the object of hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 52 2, 29 | happens sometimes that neither hatred of evil nor ~love of good 53 2, 29 | Whether love is a cause of hatred?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 54 2, 29 | that love is not a cause of hatred. For "the ~opposite members 55 2, 29 | Praedic. x). ~But love and hatred are opposite members of 56 2, 29 | love is not the cause of hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 57 2, 29 | the other. ~But love and hatred are contraries. Therefore 58 2, 29 | love is not the cause of ~hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 59 2, 29 | that which ~precedes. But hatred precedes love, seemingly: 60 2, 29 | precedes love, seemingly: since hatred implies a ~turning away 61 2, 29 | love is not the cause of hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 62 2, 29 | caused by love. Therefore hatred also, since it is an emotion 63 2, 29 | the object loved, while hatred consists in a ~certain disagreement 64 2, 29 | love must needs precede hatred; and nothing is hated, save ~ 65 2, 29 | hence it ~is that every hatred is caused by love.~Aquin.: 66 2, 29 | substance. Now love and hatred are naturally simultaneous, 67 2, 29 | from being the cause of hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 68 2, 29 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Love and hatred are contraries if considered 69 2, 29 | Wherefore love ~precedes hatred: because each is an appetitive 70 2, 29 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hatred is stronger than love?~Aquin.: 71 2, 29 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hatred is stronger than love. For 72 2, 29 | flight from pain pertains to hatred; while ~desire for pleasure 73 2, 29 | belongs to love. Therefore hatred is stronger than ~love. ~ 74 2, 29 | But love is ~overcome by hatred: when, that is to say, love 75 2, 29 | say, love is turned into hatred. ~Therefore hatred is stronger 76 2, 29 | into hatred. ~Therefore hatred is stronger than love.~Aquin.: 77 2, 29 | 83, qu. 36). Therefore hatred is ~stronger than love.~ 78 2, 29 | says (Div. Nom. iv). But hatred ~and love differ according 79 2, 29 | Therefore ~love is stronger than hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 80 2, 29 | than its ~cause. Now every hatred arises from some love as 81 2, 29 | Therefore it is impossible for hatred to be stronger than ~love 82 2, 29 | speaking, stronger than ~hatred. Because a thing is moved 83 2, 29 | Body Para. 3/4~Nevertheless hatred sometimes seems to be stronger 84 2, 29 | reasons. First, because hatred is more keenly felt than 85 2, 29 | comparison is made between a hatred and ~a love which are not 86 2, 29 | correspond different degrees of hatred. Wherefore a hatred that ~ 87 2, 29 | degrees of hatred. Wherefore a hatred that ~corresponds to a greater 88 2, 29 | cannot be the object of ~hatred, neither in general nor 89 2, 29 | cannot be the object of hatred: because disagreement is 90 2, 29 | disagreement is the cause of ~hatred, and agreement is the cause 91 2, 29 | truth being an object of hatred, in so far as it is considered ~ 92 2, 29 | be an object of universal hatred?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 93 2, 29 | an object of universal ~hatred. Because hatred is a passion 94 2, 29 | universal ~hatred. Because hatred is a passion of the sensitive 95 2, 29 | be an object of universal hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 96 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, hatred is caused by disagreement; 97 2, 29 | the object of ~universal hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 98 2, 29 | Further, the object of hatred is evil. But "evil is in 99 2, 29 | particular, it ~would seem that hatred cannot have a universal 100 2, 29 | something singular, whereas hatred is also directed to a ~thing 101 2, 29 | it is color. Accordingly hatred in the sensitive faculty ~ 102 2, 29 | something singular, whereas hatred can be directed to a thing 103 2, 29 | Para. 3/3~But according as hatred is in the intellectual part, 104 2, 29 | all cannot be a reason of hatred. ~But nothing hinders a 105 2, 32 | sadness is to pleasure, so is hatred to love. But ~hatred does 106 2, 32 | is hatred to love. But ~hatred does not cause love, but 107 2, 32 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hatred also can be the accidental 108 2, 32 | himself. And on account of hatred, which makes one to reckon ~ 109 2, 36 | the second principle ~is hatred, which is the first inclination 110 2, 40 | instance between love and hatred. The other is according 111 2, 41 | this is because love and hatred, desire and avoidance, imply 112 2, 46 | anger is more grievous than hatred?~(7) Whether anger is only 113 2, 46 | OBJ 2: Further, anger and hatred agree in their effect, since 114 2, 46 | inflict harm on another. But hatred regards evil as its object, ~ 115 2, 46 | in the ~case of love and hatred: for we love someone, in 116 2, 46 | anger on the one side, and hatred and love on the other. The 117 2, 46 | objects: whereas love and ~hatred sometimes regard but one 118 2, 46 | while both the objects of ~hatred bear the character of evil: 119 2, 46 | that "anger grows into ~hatred": and Cicero says (De Quaest. 120 2, 46 | Quaest. Tusc. iv, 9) that "hatred is ~inveterate anger." But 121 2, 46 | inveterate anger." But hatred, like love, is a concupiscible 122 2, 46 | Anger is said to grow into hatred, not as though the same ~ 123 2, 46 | anger, afterwards becomes hatred by becoming ~inveterate; 124 2, 46 | lasts a long ~time engenders hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 125 2, 46 | anger is more grievous than hatred?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 126 2, 46 | anger is more grievous than hatred. For it is ~written (Prov. 127 2, 46 | it breaketh ~forth." But hatred sometimes has mercy. Therefore 128 2, 46 | anger is more grievous ~than hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 129 2, 46 | contented if the object ~of his hatred suffer evil: whereas the 130 2, 46 | anger is more grievous than ~hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 131 2, 46 | stated above (A[1]): whereas hatred ~is not. Therefore anger 132 2, 46 | settled and more grievous than hatred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 133 2, 46 | Augustine, in his Rule, compares hatred to "a beam," ~but anger 134 2, 46 | substance as the object of ~hatred; since, just as the hater 135 2, 46 | been said above (A[2]) that hatred implies application of evil 136 2, 46 | Consequently it is evident that hatred is far worse and graver 137 2, 46 | Reply OBJ 1: In anger and hatred two points may be considered: 138 2, 46 | anger has more mercy than hatred has. For since hatred desires ~ 139 2, 46 | than hatred has. For since hatred desires ~another's evil 140 2, 46 | excludes mercy more than hatred ~does; because the movement 141 2, 46 | prevails ~over many others. Now hatred ensues from a more lasting 142 2, 46 | wrong ~inflicted; whereas hatred ensues from a disposition 143 2, 46 | anger is less lasting than hatred; although hatred itself 144 2, 46 | lasting than hatred; although hatred itself is a ~passion ensuing 145 2, 46 | says (Rhet. ~ii, 4) that "hatred is more incurable than anger."~ 146 2, 46 | one difference ~between hatred and anger, that "hatred 147 2, 46 | hatred and anger, that "hatred may be felt towards a class, 148 2, 46 | individual." The reason is that hatred arises from our considering 149 2, 47 | done to oneself: whereas hatred may arise without ~anything 150 2, 60 | opposite ~passions, for hatred leads to avoidance or dislike, 151 2, 65 | passions, viz. love and hatred, and terminate in ~certain 152 2, 66 | excluded by justice; not only hatred, which is also suppressed 153 2, 69 | things; endurance of men's hatred ~belongs to fortitude."~ 154 2, 72 | sin of insensibility is hatred of the same. Therefore ~ 155 2, 73 | hope (1 Cor. ~13:13). Now hatred which is opposed to charity 156 2, 73 | hence ~not any kind of hatred is opposed to it directly, 157 2, 73 | to it directly, but the hatred of God, ~which is the most 158 2, 95 | they are ~affected by love, hatred, or some kind of cupidity; 159 2, 100 | added the prohibition of ~hatred and of any kind of violence 160 2, 102 | prohibitions were made in hatred of idolatry. For ~the Egyptians 161 2, 105 | is proved to have had no hatred ~against him, shall flee 162 2, 105 | seqq.). Also that a man's hatred of his wife ~should not 163 2, 105 | ill-use his wife through hatred of her, but rather that 164 2, 107 | altogether. With ~regard to the hatred of one's enemies, He dispelled 165 2, 108 | temporal goods, or out of hatred of one's ~enemies; and this 166 2, 108 | thought that the movement of hatred was ~lawful, on account 167 2, 108 | ad 4), not to satisfy hatred. ~Wherefore Our Lord teaches 168 2, 112 | he be worthy of love or hatred." Now sanctifying grace 169 2, 19 | contrary to them, such as hatred of God, ~despair and unbelief, 170 2, 19 | 1 Cor. 13:13. Therefore hatred of God is a greater sin 171 2, 19 | Now unbelief, despair and hatred of God are opposed to the 172 2, 19 | among them, if we compare hatred of God and unbelief to ~ 173 2, 19 | God's own truth; while the hatred of God arises from man's 174 2, 19 | clear that ~unbelief and hatred of God are against God as 175 2, 24 | which was their evil. Such hatred is ~perfect, of which he 176 2, 24 | hated them with a ~perfect hatred." Now hatred of a person' 177 2, 24 | a ~perfect hatred." Now hatred of a person's evil is equivalent 178 2, 24 | Hence also this perfect hatred belongs to charity.~Aquin.: 179 2, 24 | into effect, not out of hatred for the sinners, but out 180 2, 24 | beware of being drawn into hatred on ~account of the hurt 181 2, 28 | acts: so that not only is hatred opposed to charity, in respect ~ 182 2, 29 | evil, are to be traced ~to hatred. But if we consider these 183 2, 31 | may be the outcome, not of hatred, but of pity. ~But if we 184 2, 32 | 34] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF HATRED (SIX ARTICLES)~We must how 185 2, 32 | opposed to charity: (1) hatred, which is ~opposed to love; ( 186 2, 32 | to hate God?~(2) Whether hatred of God is the greatest of 187 2, 32 | greatest of sins?~(3) Whether hatred of one's neighbor is always 188 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, hatred is a kind of aversion. But 189 2, 32 | above (FS, Q[29], A[1]), hatred is a movement of ~the appetitive 190 2, 32 | cannot be an object of hatred if we consider Him as the 191 2, 32 | God may ~be an object of hatred to some, in so far as they 192 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hatred of God is the greatest of 193 2, 32 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hatred of God is not the greatest 194 2, 32 | according to Mt. 12:32. Now hatred of God is not reckoned ~ 195 2, 32 | Q[14], A[2]). Therefore hatred of God is ~not the most 196 2, 32 | graver than the sin of ~hatred against God.~Aquin.: SMT 197 2, 32 | Further, God is an object of hatred, only by reason of those 198 2, 32 | which is ~punishment. But hatred of punishment is not the 199 2, 32 | grievous sin. ~Therefore hatred of God is not the most grievous 200 2, 32 | Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 10). But hatred of God is contrary to the 201 2, 32 | best consists. Therefore hatred of God is man's ~worst sin.~ 202 2, 32 | directly implied in the hatred ~of God, but in other sins, 203 2, 32 | so by ~another. Wherefore hatred of God is more grievous 204 2, 32 | Hence it is ~evident that hatred of God is chiefly a sin 205 2, 32 | derives its sinfulness from hatred ~of God, Whose truth is 206 2, 32 | greater than its effect, so hatred of God is a greater sin 207 2, 32 | hand, to break out into ~hatred of God when He inflicts 208 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hatred of one's neighbor is always 209 2, 32 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hatred of one's neighbor is not 210 2, 32 | My disciple." Therefore hatred of ~one's neighbor is not 211 2, 32 | Therefore there ~cannot be hatred of one's neighbor without 212 2, 32 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Hatred is opposed to love, as stated 213 2, 32 | Q[29], ~A[2]); so that hatred of a thing is evil according 214 2, 32 | s good is equivalent to hatred of his evil. ~Consequently 215 2, 32 | evil. ~Consequently the hatred of one's brother, if we 216 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hatred of our neighbor is the most 217 2, 32 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hatred of our neighbor is the most 218 2, 32 | our neighbor. Therefore hatred is also.~Aquin.: SMT SS 219 2, 32 | referable to love. Therefore ~hatred is the worst.~Aquin.: SMT 220 2, 32 | his neighbor more than by hatred, e.g. theft, murder and 221 2, 32 | and adultery. ~Therefore hatred is not the most grievous 222 2, 32 | the ~transgression." Now hatred is an internal movement 223 2, 32 | anger and desire. ~Therefore hatred of one's brother is a less 224 2, 32 | against. On the ~first count, hatred is a more grievous sin than 225 2, 32 | hurt our neighbor, because hatred is a disorder of man's will, 226 2, 32 | be traced to his ~inward hatred.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 227 2, 32 | are worse than his inward hatred. This suffices for ~the 228 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hatred is a capital sin?~Aquin.: 229 2, 32 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hatred is a capital sin. For hatred 230 2, 32 | hatred is a capital sin. For hatred is ~directly opposed to 231 2, 32 | of all others. Therefore hatred is the chief of ~the capital 232 2, 32 | seem to arise from love and hatred, as was shown above (FS, ~ 233 2, 32 | 25], AA[1],2). Therefore hatred should be reckoned one of 234 2, 32 | vice is a moral evil. Now hatred regards evil more than ~ 235 2, 32 | Therefore it seems that hatred should be reckoned ~a capital 236 2, 32 | Moral. xxxi) does not reckon hatred among the ~seven capital 237 2, 32 | neighbor's good. Wherefore hatred, which is opposed to ~this 238 2, 32 | and for the same reason hatred cannot be first among the 239 2, 32 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Hatred of the evil that is contrary 240 2, 32 | s natural good ~is. But hatred of one's connatural good 241 2, 32 | last, because such like hatred is a proof of an already 242 2, 32 | s natural good, and the hatred of such an evil ~may have 243 2, 32 | corruption of ~nature: and the hatred of such an evil must needs 244 2, 32 | must needs come last. This hatred ~is vicious, but the former 245 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hatred arises from envy?~Aquin.: 246 2, 32 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that hatred does not arise from envy. 247 2, 32 | for another's good. Now hatred does not arise from sorrow, 248 2, 32 | evil we hate. Therefore ~hatred does not arise from envy.~ 249 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, hatred is opposed to love. Now 250 2, 32 | Q[26], A[2]). ~Therefore hatred of our neighbor is referred 251 2, 32 | neighbor is referred to our hatred of God. But ~hatred of God 252 2, 32 | our hatred of God. But ~hatred of God does not arise from 253 2, 32 | states (Rhet. ii). Therefore hatred does not arise from envy.~ 254 2, 32 | there is one cause. Now hatred is caused ~by anger, for 255 2, 32 | Rule that "anger grows into hatred." ~Therefore hatred does 256 2, 32 | into hatred." ~Therefore hatred does not arise from envy.~ 257 2, 32 | that "out of envy cometh ~hatred."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 258 2, 32 | As stated above (A[5]), hatred of his neighbor is a man' 259 2, 32 | arises from pleasure, so does hatred arise from ~sorrow. For 260 2, 32 | that "out of envy cometh hatred."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 261 2, 32 | same way ~sorrow causes hatred.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 262 2, 32 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Love and hatred are essentially different, 263 2, 32 | afterwards. On the other ~hand, hatred is of evil, which has no 264 2, 32 | God ~is not an object of hatred, except in so far as He 265 2, 32 | effects, and consequently hatred is directed to our ~neighbor 266 2, 32 | neighbor is the mother of hatred of our neighbor, it becomes, 267 2, 32 | consequence, the cause of hatred towards God.~Aquin.: SMT 268 2, 32 | respects, and accordingly hatred may arise both from anger 269 2, 32 | therefore hateful, ~whereas hatred arises from anger by way 270 2, 32 | which desire is part of hatred. ~Wherefore it is evident 271 2, 32 | Wherefore it is evident that hatred is caused by envy formally 272 2, 33 | seemingly the ~same as hatred, which arises from envy, 273 2, 33 | taken as ~synonymous with hatred, but for a kind of indignation, 274 2, 34 | says that from envy arise "hatred, ~tale-bearing, detraction, 275 2, 34 | prosperity." The term is hatred itself, because just as 276 2, 34 | love, so does sorrow cause hatred, as stated above ~(Q[34], 277 2, 37 | unbelief. On the other hand, hatred of God, which is ~opposed 278 2, 39 | inspired by vengeance and hatred, it is always a sin. It ~ 279 2, 39 | if a slight movement of hatred or vengeance obtrude ~itself, 280 2, 39 | private feeling of anger or hatred. For if the ~servants of 281 2, 39 | written (Prov. 10:12): "Hatred stirreth up ~strifes." But 282 2, 39 | stirreth up ~strifes." But hatred arises from envy, according 283 2, 39 | case is the ~outcome of hatred, for the intention of hatred 284 2, 39 | hatred, for the intention of hatred is directed to the hurt 285 2, 39 | strife sometimes arises from hatred, it is not the ~proper effect 286 2, 39 | 5: Strifes give rise to hatred and discord in the hearts 287 2, 42 | to charity: for, ~against hatred it is written (Lev. 12:17): " 288 2, 43 | should ~purpose to sate his hatred under cover of correction.~ 289 2, 44 | pertaining to folly, namely, "hatred of God" and "despair of 290 2, 53 | from anger but rather from hatred, because ~the angry man 291 2, 60 | whom one hinders, through hatred, revenge or the like. ~In 292 2, 70 | grievous sin to revile out of hatred than out of anger. Therefore ~ 293 2, 70 | to anger rather than to ~hatred.~ 294 2, 71 | to him on account of his hatred of the ~person detracted, 295 2, 72 | tale-bearer [Douay: 'whisperer'] ~hatred, and enmity, and reproach."~ 296 2, 92 | Therefore unbelief, despair and hatred of God, which are opposed 297 2, 106 | another's evil belongs to hatred, which is contrary to the ~ 298 2, 125 | evil, as in the case of hatred, fear, anger and ~daring. 299 2, 134 | by meekness; thirdly, to ~hatred, which charity removes; 300 2, 141 | mildness seemingly softens hatred or anger. But ~temperance 301 2, 151 | inconstancy, rashness, ~self-love, hatred of God, love of this world 302 2, 151 | the other hand there ~is "hatred of God," by reason of His 303 2, 155 | unreasonably ~provoked to hatred of a person," so that apparently 304 2, 155 | apparently clemency moderates ~hatred. Now, according to Augustine [* 305 2, 155 | to Augustine [*Ep. ccxi], hatred is caused by ~anger; and 306 2, 155 | pertains to clemency - while hatred is an obstacle ~to such 307 2, 155 | that "the mind provoked to ~hatred" that is to punish too severely, " 308 2, 155 | directly moderates ~not hatred but punishment.~Aquin.: 309 2, 156 | contrary, Anger is compared to hatred as the mote to the beam; ~ 310 2, 156 | Lest anger grow into hatred ~and a mote become a beam." 311 2, 156 | neighbor, such as envy and hatred; but while hatred desires 312 2, 156 | envy and hatred; but while hatred desires absolutely ~another' 313 2, 156 | Wherefore it is evident that hatred is ~more grievous than envy, 314 2, 156 | OBJ 3: Murder results from hatred and envy no less than from ~ 315 2, 156 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, hatred is a graver sin than anger. 316 2, 156 | more desirable end than hatred has, since the latter desires 317 2, 156 | more a capital vice than hatred is.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] 318 2, 156 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, hatred is born of anger, as Augustine 319 2, 156 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although hatred sometimes arises from anger, 320 2, 156 | sometimes to anger, sometimes to hatred. ~Wherefore it was fitting 321 2, 156 | was fitting to reckon that hatred arises from sloth rather ~ 322 2, 160 | such as ~unbelief, despair, hatred of God, murder, and so forth, 323 3, 41 | Christ to dejection and hatred of ~His neighbor; just as 324 3, 47 | the Passion on Him out of ~hatred.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 325 3, 47 | they perverted them out of hatred and ~envy of Christ; neither 326 3, 47 | signs thereof: yet out of hatred ~and envy, they refused 327 3, 47 | works, it was owing to their hatred that they did not ~know 328 3, 49 | but because the source of hatred ~was taken away by Christ' 329 3, 49 | who has ~slain 'without hatred and enmity'.]~Aquin.: SMT 330 3, 59 | pass ~judgment not out of hatred or malice, but from love 331 3, 85 | sins, hope for pardon, and hatred of vice, which ~pertains 332 3, 88 | four kinds of sin, viz., hatred of one's neighbor, ~apostasy 333 3, 88 | ingratitude ~implied in the hatred of one's brother is a special 334 3, 88 | pardon, and persists in his ~hatred, acts against this form. 335 Suppl, 14| he be worthy of love or hatred" ~(Eccles. 9:1). If therefore 336 Suppl, 21| anyone excommunicates through hatred ~or anger, and then, nevertheless, 337 Suppl, 24| be given neither through hatred nor of set ~purpose; (3) 338 Suppl, 55| are suspected of private hatred or love ~are debarred from 339 Suppl, 55| love for one party, and hatred for the other. Therefore ~ 340 Suppl, 60| not by vindictive anger or hatred can, ~without sin, bring 341 Suppl, 60| adultery or even through hatred; nevertheless if there be 342 Suppl, 67| the cause of divorce was hatred of the wife?~(7) Whether 343 Suppl, 67| for instance that ~of the hatred towards our enemies. and 344 Suppl, 67| the reason for divorce was hatred for the wife?~Aquin.: SMT 345 Suppl, 67| the reason for divorce was hatred for the ~wife. For it is 346 Suppl, 67| opposed to ~marriage than hatred. Therefore they ought to 347 Suppl, 67| for ~divorce rather than hatred.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 348 Suppl, 67| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, hatred may be caused by the virtue 349 Suppl, 67| person hated. ~Therefore, if hatred is a sufficient reason, 350 Suppl, 67| from memory.] Therefore hatred is not a ~sufficient reason 351 Suppl, 67| proximate cause of murder is hatred: wherefore the ~proximate 352 Suppl, 67| proximate cause of divorce was hatred. But hatred proceeds, like 353 Suppl, 67| divorce was hatred. But hatred proceeds, like love, ~from 354 Suppl, 67| causes ~which were a cause of hatred. For Augustine says in his 355 Suppl, 67| like things are causes of hatred, and ~so they are remote 356 Suppl, 70| joy and ~sorrow, love and hatred, fear and hope, and similar 357 Suppl, 91| another's evil pertains to hatred. But ~there will be no hatred 358 Suppl, 91| hatred. But ~there will be no hatred in the blessed. Therefore 359 Suppl, 91| evil as such belongs to hatred, but ~not to rejoice in 360 Suppl, 95| much the more will their hatred ~and envy increase that


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