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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | no man whom He does not wish saved, but ~because there 2 1, 20 | to love a ~person is to wish that person good. Hence, 3 1, 20 | as we love ourselves, ~we wish ourselves good; and, so 4 1, 23 | some good; but He does not wish every good to them all. 5 1, 23 | therefore, as He does not wish this particular good - namely, 6 1, 23 | salvation; since to love is ~to wish well to anyone, as stated 7 1, 23 | judge, ~if thou dost not wish to err." Thus too, in the 8 1, 28 | Nevertheless Boethius did not wish to ~exclude relation in 9 1, 38 | gratuitously ~forasmuch as we wish him well. So what we first 10 1, 38 | is the love ~whereby we wish him well. Hence it is manifest 11 1, 39 | the form except when we wish to qualify or ~designate 12 1, 39 | was wrong, because if we ~wish to express ourselves correctly, 13 1, 59 | this sense to love is to wish ~well to anyone; and to 14 1, 60 | which is so loved that we wish well to it. But that which 15 1, 60 | to it. But that which we wish unto ~another, is loved 16 1, 62 | is good; ~or for him to wish to turn away from good precisely 17 1, 63 | it is a greater sin to wish to be subject to another ~ 18 1, 63 | another ~against God, than to wish to be over another against 19 1, 63 | demons' pride for them to wish to serve an inferior by ~ 20 1, 64 | evident that the ~demons would wish many things not to be, which 21 1, 64 | out of envy, they would wish others to be damned, who ~ 22 1, 65 | Body Para. 2/2~Now if we wish to assign an end to any 23 1, 38 | gratuitously ~forasmuch as we wish him well. So what we first 24 1, 38 | is the love ~whereby we wish him well. Hence it is manifest 25 1, 39 | the form except when we wish to qualify or ~designate 26 1, 39 | was wrong, because if we ~wish to express ourselves correctly, 27 1, 60 | this sense to love is to wish ~well to anyone; and to 28 1, 61 | which is so loved that we wish well to it. But that which 29 1, 61 | to it. But that which we wish unto ~another, is loved 30 1, 63 | is good; ~or for him to wish to turn away from good precisely 31 1, 64 | it is a greater sin to wish to be subject to another ~ 32 1, 64 | another ~against God, than to wish to be over another against 33 1, 64 | demons' pride for them to wish to serve an inferior by ~ 34 1, 65 | evident that the ~demons would wish many things not to be, which 35 1, 65 | out of envy, they would wish others to be damned, who ~ 36 1, 66 | Body Para. 2/2~Now if we wish to assign an end to any 37 1, 78 | our intellect, and if we wish to understand that thing 38 1, 78 | Spiritu et Anima that "when we wish to ~rise from lower things 39 1, 78 | Spiritu et Anima that "when we wish to rise ~from lower to higher 40 1, 80 | hear nor see just when we ~wish. Therefore, in like manner, 41 1, 81 | the will the necessity to wish for a ship.~Aquin.: SMT 42 1, 82 | as though ~man does not wish or does not run of his free-will, 43 1, 83 | reason it is that when we wish to help someone to understand ~ 44 1, 106 | of the body; and when we wish to make ourselves known, 45 1, 106 | one says to another: "I wish to learn this; I wish to 46 1, 106 | I wish to learn this; I wish to do ~this or that." The 47 1, 107 | for instance, ~when we wish properly to name a man, 48 1, 112 | as much harm as he would ~wish.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 49 1, 117 | unreasonable of the soul to wish to be united to the ~body, 50 1, 117 | such a ~long time, come to wish to be united to the body. 51 2, 4 | way, that ~it would still wish the body to attain to its 52 2, 4 | every way that it would wish to possess it. ~Consequently, 53 2, 5 | desire to have, and would wish to hold ~abidingly, for 54 2, 5 | seeing the Divine Essence, to wish not to see It. ~Because 55 2, 5 | that man is unable not to wish to ~be happy.~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 5 | things amiss, and yet they wish to desire ~such things. 57 2, 5 | actor had ~said: 'You all wish to be happy; you do not 58 2, 5 | to be happy; you do not wish to be unhappy,' he would ~ 59 2, 5 | desires," or, "whose every wish is fulfilled" is a ~good 60 2, 6 | just as one is said to wish by an act of the will, so ~ 61 2, 6 | ceases, one is said not to wish. But not to wish ~implies 62 2, 6 | not to wish. But not to wish ~implies involuntariness, 63 2, 6 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: "Not to wish" is said in two senses. 64 2, 6 | as when I say "I do not wish to read," the sense is, " 65 2, 6 | read," the sense is, "I wish not to ~read"; so "not to 66 2, 6 | not to ~read"; so "not to wish to read" is the same as " 67 2, 6 | read" is the same as "to wish not to read," and ~in this 68 2, 6 | and ~in this sense "not to wish" implies involuntariness. 69 2, 6 | And in this sense ~"not to wish" does not imply involuntariness.~ 70 2, 6 | s power ~to consider, to wish and to act. And then, just 71 2, 6 | And then, just as not to wish, and not ~to act, when it 72 2, 6 | act, when it is time to wish and to act, is voluntary, 73 2, 6 | elicited by it, namely, "to wish"; the other is an act of 74 2, 6 | voluntary is not ~only what we wish, for its own sake, as an 75 2, 6 | an end, but also what we wish for ~the sake of something 76 2, 6 | does not induce one to wish this to be done, but it 77 2, 6 | OBJ 3) a man did indeed wish to kill his foe, but killed 78 2, 8 | non-beings. For sometimes we wish "not to ~walk," or "not 79 2, 8 | and again at times we wish for future things, ~which 80 2, 9 | is chilled, we begin to wish to make the fire. But this ~ 81 2, 10 | becoming. Now He does not wish that ~whatever He works 82 2, 10 | again. But this He does wish to be natural to each ~thing - 83 2, 12 | thing. For when I say: "I wish to take medicine for the 84 2, 19 | that ~habit "from which men wish for just things": and accordingly, 85 2, 19 | a ~habit from which men wish for good things. But a good 86 2, 19 | for his wife, and if he wish to give her her right when ~ 87 2, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to wish to keep God's commandment, 88 2, 19 | under various aspects, they wish a ~particular thing to be 89 2, 25 | Body Para. 3/3~And if we wish to know the order of all 90 2, 26 | ii, 4), "to love is to ~wish good to someone." Hence 91 2, 26 | speaking, one to whom we wish good: while we are said 92 2, 26 | said to desire, ~what we wish for ourselves.~Aquin.: SMT 93 2, 26 | pleasure, a man ~does indeed wish his friend some good: and 94 2, 28 | stated that lovers ~would wish to be united both into one," 95 2, 28 | on account of another, or wish good to ~another on account 96 2, 29 | him we hate, to whom we wish and work evil. But ~sometimes 97 2, 29 | is the case of those who wish not to know the truth of 98 2, 31 | consent to the ~things we wish."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 99 2, 31 | of ~knowledge; if anyone wish to compare these two, he 100 2, 33 | closes on that which we wish to ~grasp firmly: and such 101 2, 35 | consent to the things we wish: and that sorrow is the ~ 102 2, 35 | from the things we do not wish." But consent and ~dissent 103 2, 44 | intense, man ~does indeed wish to take counsel, but his 104 2, 44 | slight, so as to make a ~man wish to take counsel, without 105 2, 46 | someone, in so far as we wish some ~good to be in him; 106 2, 46 | someone, in so far as we wish some evil to ~be in him. 107 2, 46 | so ~does the angry man wish evil to him with whom he 108 2, 46 | evil to someone. Because to wish evil to someone ~under the 109 2, 58 | 1/1~On the contrary, To wish to do evil is directly opposed 110 2, 68 | sense. Consequently, if we wish to restrict it to virtue 111 2, 73 | harm which he would not wish simply. ~Sometimes, however, 112 2, 74 | it; for instance, he may wish to preach or dispute ~about 113 2, 77 | himself ~inordinately; for to wish anyone some good is to love 114 2, 77 | concupiscence; for a man would wish never to desire evil, in 115 2, 78 | even as a lustful man would wish to enjoy a pleasure without ~ 116 2, 87 | that the "wicked ~would wish to live without end, that 117 2, 87 | contrary to what he would ~wish. This restoration of the 118 2, 88 | this venial sin that we wish to ~speak now.~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 88 | with someone, so ~as to wish to say some trifling word 120 2, 98 | humbled. So also ~did He wish to give such a law as men 121 2, 98 | not thou to judge, if thou wish ~not to err."~Aquin.: SMT 122 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 1: God did not wish these sacrifices to be offered 123 2, 102 | is lest each tribe ~might wish that place to fall to their 124 2, 103 | why the Holy Ghost did not wish the converted Jews to be ~ 125 2, 105 | service of God, He ~did not wish them to be slaves in perpetuity. 126 2, 109 | God's grace man can do or wish any good?~(3) Whether without 127 2, 109 | prayer, O God, Who dost wish the sinless alone to know ~ 128 2, 109 | Para. 1/1~Whether man can wish or do any good without grace?~ 129 2, 109 | would seem that man can wish and do good without grace. 130 2, 109 | Hence man, of himself, can wish and do good without the 131 2, 109 | can sin of himself he can wish and do good.~Aquin.: SMT 132 2, 109 | man, of himself, do and wish good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] 133 2, 109 | when they either think or wish or ~love or act."~Aquin.: 134 2, 109 | as First Mover, to do or wish any good ~whatsoever, as 135 2, 109 | natural ~endowments could wish and do the good proportionate 136 2, 109 | viz. in order to do and ~wish supernatural good; but for 137 2, 109 | inwardly or inspires the good wish. For in these two ways ~ 138 2, 109 | seek, and to which they wish to cling, ~according to 139 2, 109 | correction may spring the wish to be regenerate; if indeed 140 2, 112 | devil, is that he did not wish, nor was ~he prepared, to 141 2, 112 | principles: thus when we wish, we ~perceive that we have 142 2, 7 | to which it is wicked to wish to be equalled. Of the first ~ 143 2, 10 | Therefore we should not even wish unbelievers to be put to ~ 144 2, 10 | Epist. ad Heb.): "If you wish ~to go to dine with pagans, 145 2, 10 | it against its parents' wish. As soon, however, as it 146 2, 10 | even against its parents' wish; but not before it comes 147 2, 11 | Now other unbelievers who ~wish to be converted are received 148 2, 11 | charity that we should both wish and ~work our neighbor's 149 2, 11 | this chiefly that we should wish for one another. ~Consequently, 150 2, 11 | not bound by ~charity to wish others this good, except 151 2, 11 | bound out of charity to wish such a good to that person, ~ 152 2, 12 | they are punished, would wish to use them ~if they could, 153 2, 14 | Soliloquies i, 1, "God Who didst wish none but the ~clean to know 154 2, 15 | prophet or dreamer who might wish to turn them away from their 155 2, 22 | we love someone so as to wish good to ~him. If, however, 156 2, 22 | If, however, we do not wish good to what we love, but 157 2, 22 | good to what we love, but wish its good ~for ourselves, ( 158 2, 23 | should so love God as to ~wish to submit to Him in all 159 2, 24 | friendship, and to whom we ~wish good things: secondly, as 160 2, 24 | secondly, as the good which we wish to a friend. It is ~in the 161 2, 24 | is towards one to whom we wish good ~things, while, properly 162 2, 24 | properly speaking, we cannot wish good things to an ~irrational 163 2, 24 | in so far, to ~wit, as we wish for their preservation, 164 2, 24 | over." He did, however, wish to escape from the taint 165 2, 24 | that one should desire and wish ~good things for one's friends. 166 2, 24 | prediction, not by way ~of wish, so that the sense is: " 167 2, 24 | hell." Secondly, by way of wish, yet so that the ~desire 168 2, 24 | inward man, ~because they wish the preservation thereof 169 2, 24 | hand, the wicked have no wish to be preserved in the ~ 170 2, 24 | overcome by evil, ~but also wish to overcome evil by good [* 171 2, 24 | charity, in as much as we wish them to endure, to give 172 2, 25 | highest good a man can wish for himself. Therefore man 173 2, 25 | Further, to love a man is to wish him good things, as the ~ 174 2, 25 | to all our neighbors we wish an ~equal good, viz. everlasting 175 2, 25 | the part of the ~good we wish our friend. In this respect 176 2, 25 | of ~charity: because we wish them all one same generic 177 2, 25 | part of ~the good which we wish our friends.~Aquin.: SMT 178 2, 25 | out of charity, we should wish a greater good to one who 179 2, 25 | it belongs to charity to wish God's ~justice to be maintained, 180 2, 25 | different goods that ~we wish for those whom we love.~ 181 2, 25 | one, out of charity, to wish this man who is more closely ~ 182 2, 25 | love more him to whom we wish a greater good. Now ~each 183 2, 25 | the second place, he may wish other things to be directed 184 2, 26 | says (Ethic. viii, 8), "men wish to be ~loved in as much 185 2, 26 | loved in as much as they wish to be honored." For just 186 2, 26 | more proper to ~charity to wish to love than to wish to 187 2, 26 | to wish to love than to wish to be loved.~Aquin.: SMT 188 2, 26 | 4) that ~"to love is to wish a person well"; and this 189 2, 26 | which is that a man should wish ~his friend well; the second, 190 2, 26 | the second, that he should wish him to be and to live; ~ 191 2, 26 | of the will ~whereby we wish well to another. Now this 192 2, 26 | at a boxing-match, and we wish one of the boxers to win. ~ 193 2, 26 | of the will, whereby we wish a ~person well, even without 194 2, 27 | loved object to ~which we wish well, is deprived of its 195 2, 28 | the ~result being that we wish to fulfil our neighbor's 196 2, 28 | thus all men naturally wish to be and to live: secondly, 197 2, 28 | contemned, or because they wish to contemn others, are incited 198 2, 30 | sense is that God does not wish a man to lavish all ~his 199 2, 31 | of charity, ~whereby we wish and do our friend well. 200 2, 31 | guide our feelings, that we ~wish all to be saved." Consequently 201 2, 33 | Apostle (2 Cor. 2:7) did not ~wish those who repented to be " 202 2, 36 | the truth thus, he had no wish to be inordinate in mind 203 2, 42 | ought to love more, he would wish to gratify ~more one whom 204 2, 44 | sin simply, ~for he would wish to enjoy the pleasure without 205 2, 47 | earnest about the things ~we wish to remember, because the 206 2, 47 | reflect on the ~things we wish to remember. Hence the Philosopher 207 2, 56 | conditions of justice that one wish ~to observe justice in some 208 2, 62 | towards all men, and "we wish our ~friends to live and 209 2, 67 | oppressed are free, ~if they so wish, to appeal to the judgment 210 2, 74 | curses another would seem to wish him some evil ~either of 211 2, 74 | But it is not lawful to wish ill to anyone, indeed we 212 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To wish another man evil under the 213 2, 74 | command or desire. Now ~to wish evil to another man, or 214 2, 74 | inflict an injury, than to wish to inflict it, ~other things 215 2, 75 | was ~accepted by all, "You wish to buy for a song and to 216 2, 75 | all men are inclined ~to wish to buy for a song and sell 217 2, 76 | 1~Reply OBJ 7: If a man wish to sell his goods at a higher 218 2, 81 | his will to do what they wish themselves. But we ought ~ 219 2, 81 | Master of unity ~did not wish us to pray privately, that 220 2, 83 | 1: The very fact that we wish to cling to God in a spiritual ~ 221 2, 87 | scientific discussion to wish to prove one's point by 222 2, 87 | in this vicious habit we wish ~that he be excommunicated." 223 2, 90 | in the time of grace, to ~wish to worship God according 224 2, 91 | celebration of Mass, wrote: "I wish you to choose carefully 225 2, 93 | witchcraft. For which reason we wish them ~to be condemned altogether, 226 2, 93 | displease me, that anyone should wish to apply the Divine oracles 227 2, 98 | magician: while those who wish to buy them are ~likened 228 2, 101 | excellence. ~Therefore men who wish to be honored seek a witnessing 229 2, 102 | follow ~Him that they might wish to hide their virtue and 230 2, 103 | the good the more does God wish it to be fulfilled. ~Consequently 231 2, 104 | De Benef. ii): "Do you wish to repay a favor? Receive 232 2, 105 | the latter no man should wish to be free. Hence that anyone 233 2, 107 | others, ~since they seem to wish to surpass others: whereas 234 2, 108 | at all, but not even to wish ~to lie." Now it is a mortal 235 2, 108 | at all, but not even to wish to lie": ~although Augustine 236 2, 109 | of something else that we wish to ~say. In this way our 237 2, 113 | Accordingly, if a man were to wish always to ~speak pleasantly 238 2, 113 | to be applied to all who wish to ~exceed the mode of virtue 239 2, 113 | circumstances one were to wish to please a person by praising 240 2, 113 | like manner it is right to wish to please a man ~in order 241 2, 113 | But it would be sinful to wish to please men for the sake 242 2, 115 | that "Our Lord does not wish a man to pour out his riches ~ 243 2, 121 | be qualified: and if we wish to judge the matter truly, 244 2, 125 | an act of reason. But to wish to act quickly before taking ~ 245 2, 137 | to enjoy true ~goods, and wish to avoid loving earthly 246 2, 140 | generically. For no one would wish to be intemperate, ~yet 247 2, 142 | those ~whose friends they wish to become." Now these are 248 2, 142 | time, or whose friends we wish to be, is that we fear to 249 2, 159 | others of this, that is to wish them to believe it"; the ~ 250 2, 160 | Further, it is not a sin to wish to be like unto God: for 251 2, 160 | not, or despise others and wish to ~appear the exclusive 252 2, 161 | true; wherefore he did not wish to attain to God's likeness ~ 253 2, 167 | who have no husband nor wish to have one, or who are 254 2, 167 | ad Possid.): "I do not ~wish you to be hasty in forbidding 255 2, 177 | thus especially does ~he wish "to associate with his friends" ( 256 2, 180 | Moral. vi, 37): "Those who wish to hold ~the fortress of 257 2, 180 | Moral. vi, 37): "Those who wish to ~hold the fortress of 258 2, 182 | rebus): "Bishops, if they wish, may ~bequeath to their 259 2, 182 | monachorum.): ~"Clerics who wish to take the monastic vows 260 2, 182 | not virtue so much as to wish to avoid the ~obstacles 261 2, 183 | rebus): ~"Bishops, if they wish, may bequeath to their heirs 262 2, 183 | Hence if a ~bishop or cleric wish to deprive himself of that 263 2, 183 | in want; yet not so as to wish to make them rich with what 264 2, 184 | For it is one thing not to wish to lay hold of what one ~ 265 2, 184 | 30): "Our Lord does not wish," namely does not ~command 266 2, 185 | perverseness is this, to wish to ~read but not to obey 267 2, 185 | donors of temporal goods wish to have a ~share, the use 268 2, 185 | unlawful for religious to wish to ~live in idleness on 269 2, 185 | they ~preach: yet if they wish to seek this by begging 270 2, 185 | Para. 2/4~But that a person wish to signify this to others 271 2, 186 | lviii ad Paulin.): "If you wish to be what you are called, 272 2, 186 | perverseness is this, to wish to read, but ~not to obey 273 2, 186 | often commended it. But we wish the ~soldiers who pass from 274 2, 187 | for instance, if a man wish to be a cleric he need not 275 2, 187 | is counseled that if "he wish to heal his conscience ~ 276 2, 187 | purpose, at least so as to wish to try whether ~it is good 277 3, 2 | constituted in Christ, as they wish. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[ 278 3, 11 | with which we act when we wish." Now the will is ~indeterminate 279 3, 13 | faith. Hence He did not wish ~to be heralded by His own, 280 3, 13 | after Him that they should wish their miracles to be ~hidden; 281 3, 14 | whereby one is inclined to wish to satisfy for another, ~ 282 3, 16 | Jesus is a lordly man, "I ~wish it unsaid, having afterwards 283 3, 18 | attributed to our Lord, if we wish to speak with propriety." 284 3, 18 | good went so far as to ~wish to hinder the public good 285 3, 18 | the Divine will did not wish, yet there was no ~contrariety 286 3, 19 | objects. Now we do ~not wish to exclude this diversity 287 3, 21 | to show that a man may wish with his natural desire ~ 288 3, 21 | desire ~what God does not wish: thirdly, to show that man 289 3, 21 | Master of Unity did not wish prayers to be offered individually 290 3, 22 | priesthood ~of Christ, He did not wish to be born of the stock 291 3, 27 | matter ~of sin, it is my wish to exclude absolutely all 292 3, 29 | severely: for Christ did not ~wish to suffer such things then, 293 3, 35 | one being: and if anyone wish to say that the mother of 294 3, 39 | deemed imaginary, He did not wish to show His wisdom and power ~ 295 3, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Those who wish to live virtuously need 296 3, 41 | unworthy of our Redeemer to wish to be tempted, who ~came 297 3, 41 | becoming that Christ should wish to fast before ~His temptation. 298 3, 42 | Consequently He did not wish ~His doctrine to be preached 299 3, 42 | the teacher, who does not wish to make his ~doctrine known 300 3, 44 | Bede says, "He did not ~wish the envy of the Jews to 301 3, 45 | Nevertheless He did not wish them ~to tell others what 302 3, 46 | wanting some persons who wish the Parasceve to be understood 303 3, 48 | suffer what he does not wish, just as it ~is the free 304 3, 51 | nature, ~Christ did not wish His body to putrefy in any 305 3, 52 | same pains: but I still wish to know whether it was all 306 3, 54 | be seen when he does not wish it. Moreover ~Christ had 307 3, 54 | not be seen if he did not wish it" [*Apocryphal Historia 308 3, 55 | clarified flesh; yet He did not wish to appear before the ~disciples 309 3, 59 | established king by God, did not wish ~while living on earth to 310 3, 59 | like fashion He did not wish to exercise judiciary power 311 3, 68 | returns to the vomit," wish to ~submit to the Law of 312 3, 68 | persons about to be baptized, wish, out of devotion, to ~confess 313 3, 74 | sacrament if the priest were to wish to ~consecrate all the bread 314 3, 80 | part of the ~demons who wish to keep men from receiving 315 3, 80 | altar (and hence those who wish to touch any sacred object, 316 3, 80 | all communicate who do not wish to cut ~themselves off from 317 Suppl, 1 | which we have now, so as to ~wish they had never been.~Aquin.: 318 Suppl, 3 | temporal death, yet he did not wish his eyes to be blinded.~ 319 Suppl, 11| that certain people who wish ~to marry are related to 320 Suppl, 11| unless perchance the penitent wish ~him to know it unconditionally 321 Suppl, 16| something in them against their wish. Therefore the habit ~of 322 Suppl, 43| contract with another ~if they wish it, subject to the judgment 323 Suppl, 47| otherwise he ~would not wish to do, in order to avoid 324 Suppl, 48| only to marry, but even to wish to ~marry." But it would 325 Suppl, 52| contrary to nature for man to ~wish to lord it over another 326 Suppl, 52| unable to perform if he wish to occupy himself in carnal 327 Suppl, 53| only to marry, but even to wish to ~marry." Now the marriage 328 Suppl, 55| from ill-will ~unless he wish the relatives to prove his 329 Suppl, 55| heard afterwards if ~he wish to denounce the marriage, 330 Suppl, 59| several wives, because if he wish to be converted he is bound 331 Suppl, 59| unless perchance the husband wish to ~cease from intercourse 332 Suppl, 62| would be afforded those who wish to marry again. ~Therefore 333 Suppl, 64| signs that the wife would wish him to pay ~the debt, but 334 Suppl, 66| major ~orders in those who wish to serve God in religion.~ 335 Suppl, 72| lacking to the saints, they wish to ~know what concerns themselves, 336 Suppl, 72| prayer." Therefore when we wish to pray God, we should turn ~ 337 Suppl, 76| some centuries began to wish to return to the body; ~ 338 Suppl, 81| so that they never will wish their body to be ~instantaneously 339 Suppl, 91| accordance with reason, we do not wish to be dispelled, ~we have 340 Suppl, 91| for us ~out of charity to wish the cessation of a person' 341 Suppl, 94| comparison. For he does not wish ~to assert absolutely that 342 Suppl, 95| 4) Whether they would wish others to be damned?~(5) 343 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to wish one had not sinned is a 344 Suppl, 95| Therefore the damned will never wish ~they had not sinned: and 345 Suppl, 95| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To wish one had not sinned on account 346 Suppl, 95| deliberate reason would wish not to be?~Aquin.: SMT XP 347 Suppl, 95| and deliberate ~reason, to wish not to be. For Augustine 348 Suppl, 95| in hell the damned would wish others were damned who are 349 Suppl, 95| hell the damned would not wish others were ~damned who 350 Suppl, 95| the other damned would not wish, at ~least their friends 351 Suppl, 95| enemies." Therefore they will wish all the good were damned.~ 352 Suppl, 96| advantage. Now God does not wish ~punishment for its own 353 Appen1, 1| have. But these souls would wish to have the divine vision,


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