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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | it seems ~unbefitting its dignity, for the proof from authority 2 1, 1 | this take away from the dignity of this doctrine, for ~although 3 1, 22 | contained in the notion of dignity, must be attributed to ~ 4 1, 22 | God. But it belongs to the dignity of a king, that he should 5 1, 22 | His goodness; ~so that the dignity of causality is imparted 6 1, 22 | It pertains to a king's dignity to have ministers who ~execute 7 1, 23 | communicate ~to creatures the dignity of causality.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 25 | have all a certain infinite dignity from the infinite good, 9 1, 26 | delight, riches, ~power, dignity, and fame, according to 10 1, 29 | signify those who ~held high dignity. Hence, those who held high 11 1, 29 | hypostasis distinct by reason of dignity." And because subsistence 12 1, 29 | rational nature is of high dignity, therefore every individual 13 1, 29 | called a "person." Now the dignity of the divine ~nature excels 14 1, 29 | nature excels every other dignity; and thus the name "person" ~ 15 1, 32 | Firstly, as ~regards the dignity of faith itself, which consists 16 1, 32 | 4: Since Person implies dignity, as stated above (Q[19], 17 1, 32 | this does not belong to His dignity, as it ~belongs to the authority 18 1, 40 | distinguished by a property of dignity." Therefore, if a ~personal 19 1, 40 | regarded as properties of dignity, constitute ~the notion 20 1, 40 | distinguishing property of dignity, all of which must ~be taken 21 1, 40 | distinguishing property is one of ~dignity precisely because it is 22 1, 42 | is part of the Father's dignity. But paternity ~does not 23 1, 42 | possess all the ~Father's dignity; and so He is not equal 24 1, 42 | paternity ~is the Father's dignity, as also the Father's essence: 25 1, 42 | Father's essence: since dignity is ~something absolute, 26 1, 42 | filiation, so ~the same dignity which, in the Father is 27 1, 42 | the Son possesses whatever dignity ~the Father has; but we 28 1, 42 | have the same essence ~and dignity, which exist in the Father 29 1, 45 | Changes receive species and dignity, not from the term ~"wherefrom," 30 1, 47 | every part of it had the dignity of an eye. Thus, therefore, 31 1, 59 | Free-will is part of man's dignity. But the angels' ~dignity 32 1, 59 | dignity. But the angels' ~dignity surpasses that of men. Therefore, 33 1, 62 | thereof, owing to his natural dignity. ~But the angels did not 34 1, 65 | possible: ~especially as no dignity befitting a nature is denied 35 1, 66 | the kind ~pertaining to dignity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 36 1, 67 | first, as being of higher ~dignity than corporeal. The forming, 37 1, 76 | equable temperament has a dignity of its own by reason of ~ 38 1, 40 | distinguished by a property of dignity." Therefore, if a ~personal 39 1, 40 | regarded as properties of dignity, constitute ~the notion 40 1, 40 | distinguishing property of dignity, all of which must ~be taken 41 1, 40 | distinguishing property is one of ~dignity precisely because it is 42 1, 42 | is part of the Father's dignity. But paternity ~does not 43 1, 42 | possess all the ~Father's dignity; and so He is not equal 44 1, 42 | paternity ~is the Father's dignity, as also the Father's essence: 45 1, 42 | Father's essence: since dignity is ~something absolute, 46 1, 42 | filiation, so ~the same dignity which, in the Father is 47 1, 42 | the Son possesses whatever dignity ~the Father has; but we 48 1, 42 | have the same essence ~and dignity, which exist in the Father 49 1, 46 | Changes receive species and dignity, not from the term ~"wherefrom," 50 1, 48 | every part of it had the dignity of an eye. Thus, therefore, 51 1, 60 | Free-will is part of man's dignity. But the angels' ~dignity 52 1, 60 | dignity. But the angels' ~dignity surpasses that of men. Therefore, 53 1, 63 | thereof, owing to his natural dignity. ~But the angels did not 54 1, 66 | possible: ~especially as no dignity befitting a nature is denied 55 1, 67 | the kind ~pertaining to dignity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 56 1, 68 | first, as being of higher ~dignity than corporeal. The forming, 57 1, 75 | equable temperament has a dignity of its own by reason of ~ 58 1, 77 | way, ~approaches to the dignity of the sensitive soul, which 59 1, 91 | naturally of less strength and dignity than ~man; "for the agent 60 1, 91 | the first man a ~certain dignity consisting in this, that 61 1, 92 | not as regards its natural dignity which is ~involved in the 62 1, 95 | Therefore it was not beneath the dignity of the state of innocence 63 1, 101 | not by reason of her own ~dignity, but on account of the dignity 64 1, 101 | dignity, but on account of the dignity of the principle from which 65 1, 102 | imperfect, but also of his dignity; ~because by the ordering 66 1, 107 | there are some who enjoy the dignity of being able ~with familiarity 67 1, 111 | that beseems the ~angelic dignity. Therefore if they are sent 68 1, 111 | that something of their dignity would be lost; which is 69 1, 111 | heaven belongs to the angelic dignity by way ~of congruity; forasmuch 70 1, 111 | angel does not derive his dignity from the empyrean heaven; 71 1, 111 | empyrean heaven, nothing of his dignity is lost, as ~neither does 72 1, 111 | neither does a king lessen his dignity when not actually sitting 73 1, 111 | throne, which suits his dignity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 74 1, 112 | Jerome says: "Great is the dignity of souls, for each one to 75 2, 5 | eternal life." But ~the dignity of eternal life which is 76 2, 68 | Isaias in their order of dignity?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 77 2, 68 | Isaias in their ~order of dignity. For the principal gift 78 2, 68 | set down in their order of dignity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 79 2, 68 | order of perfection and dignity, as love of God precedes 80 2, 89 | committed it. Because the dignity of a person is circumstance 81 2, 91 | deprives a subject of some dignity, the latter passes into ~ 82 2, 91 | depriving man of his proper ~dignity, has the nature of a law.~ 83 2, 102 | it was fitting that the dignity of the ~priesthood should 84 2, 102 | prerogative of purity, power and dignity. Hence three ~things were 85 2, 102 | in designation of their dignity. In ~particular, the high-priest 86 2, 102 | avoided when the priestly ~dignity was passed on from father 87 2, 103 | Law allotted the priestly dignity to the firstborn.~Aquin.: 88 2, 114 | the work depends on ~the dignity of grace, whereby a man, 89 2, 11 | ecclesiastical or secular dignity, for we are not bound by ~ 90 2, 30 | person" as expressive of dignity). Because each one must 91 2, 59 | substance of his person, or his dignity. If it be against ~the substance 92 2, 59 | be against his personal ~dignity, a man is injured secretly 93 2, 59 | equality ~regards personal dignity, which would seem to depend 94 2, 60 | the other man's personal dignity in the opinion of ~other 95 2, 61 | a reference to personal dignity [*Cf. FP, Q[29], A[3], ~ 96 2, 61 | justice to consider personal ~dignity. Therefore respect of persons 97 2, 61 | proportion to their personal dignity. ~Accordingly, if one considers 98 2, 61 | a person which result in dignity or right, whereas in respect 99 2, 61 | man confers ecclesiastical dignity or benefice on account of ~ 100 2, 61 | their having a share of the dignity of God Who is the Father 101 2, 62 | consequently falls away from the dignity of his manhood, in so far 102 2, 62 | long as he preserve his ~dignity, yet it may be good to kill 103 2, 63 | on account of either the dignity ~of the person, or the greatness 104 2, 68 | of one who is of higher dignity is more grievous, and consequently 105 2, 68 | Church, on account of its dignity: and ~this for three reasons. 106 2, 68 | public opinion from the dignity and ~authority of that Church, 107 2, 82 | both to indicate the ~dignity which he had acquired through 108 2, 85 | Testament are of greater dignity ~than the ministers of the 109 2, 85 | the ministers, to whose dignity it is ~unbecoming that they 110 2, 87 | either on account of his dignity, as clerics, or ~on account 111 2, 87 | no living man is equal in dignity to an ~angel: for it is 112 2, 87 | swearing, on account of his ~dignity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 113 2, 87 | derogates ~from a person's dignity that one should doubt about 114 2, 87 | becomes not persons of great dignity to swear." For ~this reason 115 2, 93 | possession, an honor, a ~dignity, a punishment, or some action 116 2, 98 | a bishopric or some like dignity. But it is lawful ~for a 117 2, 98 | or a like ecclesiastical ~dignity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 118 2, 98 | right to a bishopric or any dignity or ~prebend, by election, 119 2, 98 | to be promoted to greater dignity is much less than to ~retain 120 2, 98 | dispensation, promoted to greater dignity. ~Therefore they should 121 2, 98 | but shall forfeit the ~dignity or cure that he has acquired 122 2, 100 | who excel in some kind of dignity." But worship and ~honor 123 2, 100 | our parents, who excel in dignity. ~Therefore observance is 124 2, 100 | that are in a ~position of dignity, so also are they due to 125 2, 100 | honor to those who excel in dignity, is not a ~special virtue 126 2, 100 | who are in a position ~of dignity, the fulfilment of which 127 2, 100 | who is in a ~position of dignity is as a principle of government 128 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 129 2, 100 | of being in a position of dignity a man ~not only excels as 130 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity. ~Yet, forasmuch as science, 131 2, 100 | man fit ~for positions of dignity, the respect which is paid 132 2, 100 | use of their position of ~dignity, as neither can it be done 133 2, 100 | who ~are in positions of dignity?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 134 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity. For according to Augustine ( 135 2, 100 | persons in ~positions of dignity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 136 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity, but ~only to those who 137 2, 100 | owe honor to persons of dignity who are ~placed over us; 138 2, 100 | who excel in some kind ~of dignity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] 139 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity to govern ~subjects. Now 140 2, 100 | person in a position of dignity is an object of twofold 141 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity who are placed over him. ~ 142 2, 100 | persons in positions of ~dignity even though we be not their 143 2, 100 | persons in positions of ~dignity, on account of their higher 144 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity take care of the common ~ 145 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity, ~is a greater virtue than 146 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity ~in two ways. First, in 147 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity refers specially to their 148 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity, since ~birth and education, 149 2, 100 | who are in positions of dignity. For this reason piety takes ~ 150 2, 100 | persons in positions of dignity are related to ~the common 151 2, 101 | in order to indicate the dignity ~of John himself, for which 152 2, 101 | of his ~virtue but of his dignity, as being God's minister, 153 2, 101 | above them in the order of dignity but on account of some ~ 154 2, 101 | honor all those who excel in dignity, while dulia properly speaking 155 2, 101 | subjection of dulia regards ~some dignity of a man absolutely. For 156 2, 101 | though, in respect of that ~dignity, man is made to the image 157 2, 104 | the person that excels in dignity, from whom ~general favors 158 2, 104 | or a person excelling ~in dignity, is not the same as what 159 2, 104 | worship persons excelling in dignity, there is ~thankfulness 160 2, 127 | great towards ~persons of dignity and affluence, and unassuming 161 2, 127 | natural estate, or from the dignity of a wise man." And Aristotle 162 2, 129 | to ~regard positions of dignity: for it is written (2 Macc. 163 2, 129 | who are in a position of dignity, on ~account of a certain 164 2, 129 | desire for positions of dignity pertains to ambition. For 165 2, 129 | desire for a position of dignity, not for ~the sake of honor, 166 2, 129 | sake of a right use of a dignity exceeding ~his ability, 167 2, 132 | in ~quantity, value, or dignity, and this is what magnificence 168 2, 145 | Rational man forfeits his dignity, if he sets fasting before ~ 169 2, 162 | which pertains to a person's dignity does not, ~seemingly, pertain 170 2, 162 | conceptions" pertains to a woman's dignity. Therefore it should not 171 2, 167 | placed in a position of dignity, or again the ~ministers 172 2, 173 | according to their mode and ~dignity." But it is not in accordance 173 2, 173 | belongs to man's mode and dignity that he be uplifted to ~ 174 2, 181 | he is ~deprived of his dignity rather than of his state. 175 2, 181 | Thirdly, this belongs to the dignity and beauty of the Church, ~ 176 2, 182 | excels in the ~point of dignity, since by holy orders a 177 2, 183 | and not the ~precedence in dignity. Hence Chrysostom* says: " 178 2, 183 | who though excelling in dignity, excels not in ~knowledge 179 2, 183 | degraded from the episcopal ~dignity to the monastic life and 180 2, 183 | compared to the ~episcopal dignity as disposition to perfection. 181 2, 184 | degraded from the episcopal dignity to ~the monastic life and 182 2, 187 | appeared ~to me the chaste dignity of continency . . . honestly 183 3, 1 | since it was above its ~dignity; nevertheless, it was fitting 184 3, 1 | taught how great is man's ~dignity, lest we should sully it 185 3, 1 | Thirdly, on account of the dignity of the incarnate Word, for 186 3, 2 | human nature has no less dignity than ours. But ~personality 187 3, 2 | personality belongs to dignity, as was stated above (FP, 188 3, 2 | pertains of necessity to the dignity of a ~thing, and to its 189 3, 2 | far as it pertains to the dignity and ~perfection of that 190 3, 2 | person"). Now it is a greater dignity to exist in something nobler ~ 191 3, 2 | of Christ ~has a greater dignity than ours, from this very 192 3, 2 | species belongs to the ~dignity of a form, yet the sensitive 193 3, 2 | property pertaining to ~dignity; according as it is said 194 3, 2 | a property pertaining to dignity." If, therefore, the ~union 195 3, 2 | place in regard to some dignity. And this is what ~Cyril, 196 3, 2 | joining them in a union of dignity ~or authority or power, 197 3, 2 | is of ~greater effect and dignity, and this because of its 198 3, 2 | account of the unity of dignity and honor. ~Hence the fifth 199 3, 2 | as holds "one person in dignity, honor and ~adoration, as 200 3, 2 | judged ~with reference to the dignity of the Divine hypostasis, 201 3, 3 | is assumed to it, just as dignity is communicated to ~whosoever 202 3, 3 | whosoever is assumed to a dignity. But it is of the nature 203 3, 4 | things, viz. according to its dignity, and ~according to its need. 204 3, 4 | its need. According to its dignity, because human nature, as ~ 205 3, 4 | creature the fitness of dignity is wanting, and in ~the 206 3, 4 | have been derogatory to the dignity of the incarnate ~Son of 207 3, 4 | all men would be of equal dignity. Thirdly, because ~it is 208 3, 4 | pertains to man's greater dignity that the conqueror of the 209 3, 5 | in no way diminishes the ~dignity of the Godhead; for Pope 210 3, 5 | But it pertains to the dignity of God to be ~altogether 211 3, 5 | reason is ~taken from the dignity of the Person assuming, 212 3, 5 | assuming a true body the dignity of the Son of God is ~nowise 213 3, 6 | first, as regards rank of dignity, as we say the ~angels are 214 3, 6 | we consider the rank of ~dignity, the soul is found to be 215 3, 6 | account of the order of ~dignity, and the congruity of the 216 3, 6 | spirits, ~not from any lack of dignity, but because of the irremediableness 217 3, 7 | Secondly, on account of the dignity of this soul, whose operations ~ 218 3, 10 | Now to Christ and ~to His dignity all things to some extent 219 3, 12 | thus it did not befit His dignity that He ~should be taught 220 3, 16 | certain conjunction either of dignity, ~or of authority, or of 221 3, 16 | supposita, or of personal dignity, or of affection or ~indwelling, 222 3, 19 | would detract from Christ's dignity and ~perfection more than 223 3, 19 | have diminished Christ's dignity more ~than His merit would 224 3, 19 | like, are less than the dignity of meriting, which pertains 225 3, 23 | speaking of Christ: "The dignity of power is ~not forfeited 226 3, 23 | servant. But it is of greater ~dignity to be an adopted son than 227 3, 25 | to a Person of greater ~dignity, to that Person is honor 228 3, 25 | soul is ~united. Nor is the dignity of Christ's soul hereby 229 3, 26 | nature, and from man by dignity of both grace and glory. 230 3, 27 | would be derogatory to the dignity of Christ, ~by reason of 231 3, 27 | appears to be part of the dignity of ~the Virgin Mother, yet 232 3, 27 | somewhat derogatory to the dignity of ~Christ, without whose 233 3, 28 | in order to maintain the dignity or the Father Who sent Him. 234 3, 28 | father than God: lest the dignity belonging to God ~be transferred 235 3, 28 | this was befitting to the dignity of Christ's humanity in 236 3, 28 | this is derogatory to the dignity and holiness of God's Mother: ~ 237 3, 28 | birth, being unaware of her ~dignity: but after she had given 238 3, 28 | whole world in beauty and dignity: ~since she alone in the 239 3, 28 | this designation of her dignity - "the Mother of ~Jesus." 240 3, 30 | by messengers of ~greater dignity. But the mystery of the 241 3, 30 | the angels as regards the ~dignity to which she was chosen 242 3, 30 | was fitting as regards the dignity of the Mother of God, ~who 243 3, 30 | himself, in ~which matter his dignity is concerned, his inferior 244 3, 30 | becoming order. For the dignity of the Mother of God results 245 3, 30 | before acknowledging her dignity in greeting her.~Aquin.: 246 3, 30 | etc.; and by declaring the dignity of the child conceived, 247 3, 31 | to her by reason ~of the dignity of the husband? So therefore 248 3, 31 | Person, He has given a ~dignity to ordinary by extraordinary 249 3, 31 | derogatory to Christ's ~dignity. For the fact that the father 250 3, 33 | and mounting up to the ~dignity of the Union: as the heretic 251 3, 36 | because thus the ~heavenly dignity of Christ is made manifest. 252 3, 42 | First, on account of His dignity: for the more ~excellent 253 3, 46 | and befitting the Divine ~dignity; but let us also show that 254 3, 46 | redounded to ~man's greater dignity, that as man was overcome 255 3, 46 | sorrows." But such was ~the dignity of Christ's life in the 256 3, 48 | secondly, on account of the dignity of His life which He laid ~ 257 3, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The dignity of Christ's flesh is not 258 3, 49 | humbled Himself beneath His dignity in four ~respects. In the 259 3, 53 | first in point of time and dignity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 260 3, 54 | not be a ~deformity, but a dignity in them; and a certain kind 261 3, 56 | so also is it first in ~dignity and perfection; as the gloss 262 3, 57 | gloss says: "in place and dignity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 263 3, 57 | spiritual substances in dignity, when we ~call to mind its 264 3, 57 | when we ~call to mind its dignity of union whereby it is united 265 3, 57 | so high as to exceed the dignity of a ~spiritual substance: 266 3, 57 | considered on the part of the dignity of the things to which a 267 3, 58 | abiding, or royal or judiciary dignity. Hence, to sit on the right ~ 268 3, 58 | not degree ~of nature or dignity, for there is no such thing 269 3, 58 | things, both in place and dignity." But equality with God 270 3, 59 | points that concern Christ's dignity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 271 3, 59 | power flows from the royal dignity: according ~to Prov. 20: 272 3, 59 | Divine personality, and the dignity of His headship, and the 273 3, 59 | judiciary power goes with ~royal dignity. Now Christ, although established 274 3, 72 | was it fitting to Christ's dignity, that He, Who is the ~Author 275 3, 76 | man united to the Word in dignity, but the truly ~life-giving 276 3, 78 | and detracts from the ~dignity of the sacraments of the 277 3, 80 | without detracting from ~His dignity; especially since the mouse 278 3, 80 | because Christ has no greater dignity under the ~sacramental species 279 3, 82 | consecration does not equal the dignity of the consecration of the ~ 280 3, 82 | AA[1],4), such is the dignity of ~this sacrament that 281 3, 82 | that ~their clergy have the dignity of the priesthood or of 282 3, 82 | Eucharist, unless he have the dignity of the ~priesthood. Therefore 283 3, 82 | 3: Further, the priestly dignity is not lost by subsequent 284 3, 89 | measure?~(3) Whether equal dignity is restored to the penitent?~( 285 3, 89 | is restored to his former dignity?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 286 3, 89 | by Penance to his former ~dignity: because a gloss on Amos 287 3, 89 | Penance, recover his former dignity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 288 3, 89 | Whoever fail to preserve the dignity of ~the sacred order, must 289 3, 89 | Penance, recover his former dignity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 290 3, 89 | restore man to his ~former dignity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 291 3, 89 | recover their ~degree and dignity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 292 3, 89 | sin, man loses a twofold dignity, one in respect of ~God, 293 3, 89 | he again loses ~a twofold dignity. one is his principal dignity, 294 3, 89 | dignity. one is his principal dignity, whereby he was counted ~ 295 3, 89 | The other is his secondary dignity, viz. innocence, of ~which, 296 3, 89 | commandments": and this dignity the penitent cannot ~recover. 297 3, 89 | loses his ecclesiastical dignity, because thereby he becomes ~ 298 3, 89 | exercise of the ~ecclesiastical dignity. This he is debarred from 299 3, 89 | belongs to man's secondary dignity in the ~sight of God.~Aquin.: 300 3, 89 | man to recover his former dignity after ~having sinned, because 301 3, 89 | and yet he retained his ~dignity; and Blessed Peter by shedding 302 Suppl, 4 | never ~returns to his former dignity of innocence, and so something 303 Suppl, 11| bound to deprive him of the dignity of his pastoral charge, 304 Suppl, 28| restore him to his ~former dignity. Hence women after doing 305 Suppl, 28| not recover his ~former dignity so as to be eligible for 306 Suppl, 28| First, on account of the dignity ~of the latter; secondly, 307 Suppl, 36| comparison ~fails as regards the dignity of Order, although it applies 308 Suppl, 38| pertaining to the episcopal ~dignity, provided they bear no immediate 309 Suppl, 39| required out of respect for the dignity of the sacrament, but not 310 Suppl, 39| placed in a position of ~dignity over others. Hence by a 311 Suppl, 40| service ~acquire a royal dignity and ought to be perfect 312 Suppl, 40| temporalities, but also the ~royal dignity has to be signified by the 313 Suppl, 40| Order denotes a degree of dignity. Now a cleric by the ~very 314 Suppl, 40| distinction of the ~episcopal dignity and the appointment of one 315 Suppl, 40| Therefore the episcopal dignity is equal in all ~matters, 316 Suppl, 40| mitres, which are a sign of dignity. Therefore the priests of 317 Suppl, 40| mitre was not a sign of dignity, for it was a kind of ~hat, 318 Suppl, 40| diadem which was a sign of ~dignity was given to the pontiffs 319 Suppl, 44| adds nothing pertaining to ~dignity; thus the accidental property 320 Suppl, 51| do high and low rank, or dignity of position and the lack ~ 321 Suppl, 52| in ~matters pertaining to dignity as proceeding from a thing' 322 Suppl, 60| restore a man to his former ~dignity, although it can restore 323 Suppl, 72| Now it ~pertains to the dignity of judicial power to have 324 Suppl, 81| majesty"] says, "in place and dignity." And again each glorified 325 Suppl, 81| according to the measure ~of its dignity. Now a fitting place is 326 Suppl, 81| according ~to the degree of its dignity belongs to the accidental 327 Suppl, 81| will ~never attain to the dignity of the spiritual nature, 328 Suppl, 82| it safeguards better the dignity of the ~glorified body, 329 Suppl, 86| they will be raised to the dignity of assessors, because they ~ 330 Suppl, 88| corporeal quality by the dignity of ~their nature. or we 331 Suppl, 92| offers, reverence which dignity offers. Consequently it 332 Suppl, 96| meted ~according to the dignity of the person sinned against, 333 Suppl, 96| the fault, and not of the dignity in the ~person offended:


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