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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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remedy

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1 1, 76 | this case by applying a remedy against death in the gift 2 1, 75 | this case by applying a remedy against death in the gift 3 1, 94 | would have done his best to remedy it. ~This is in accordance 4 1, 96 | soul's ~instrument: as a remedy against such loss man was 5 1, 96 | man was provided with a remedy in the ~tree of life; for 6 1, 101 | and to such corruption a remedy is found in an ~atmosphere 7 2, 2 | that which serves man as a ~remedy for his natural wants: such 8 2, 28 | good zeal, ~who strives to remedy whatever evil he perceives; 9 2, 32 | good, in so far as it is a remedy ~for its contrary. And this 10 2, 35 | pleasure of a drink, as a remedy for ~the pain he suffers. 11 2, 35 | But ~every pleasure is a remedy for all manner of sorrow, 12 2, 35 | subject ~every pleasure is a remedy for any kind of sorrow, 13 2, 38 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the remedy for an ailment should be 14 2, 42 | against which there is no ~remedy?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 15 2, 42 | feared, for which there is no remedy?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 16 2, 42 | for ~which there is no remedy. Because it is a condition 17 2, 42 | 2: Further, there is no remedy for the evil of death: since, 18 2, 42 | for which ~there is no remedy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 19 2, 42 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Remedy for an evil is twofold. 20 2, 42 | off from coming. If such a remedy be removed, there is an 21 2, 42 | of that kind. The other remedy is one by which an already ~ 22 2, 42 | is removed: and of such a remedy we speak now.~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 42 | death be an evil without remedy, yet, since it ~threatens 24 2, 46 | cause of ~anger and its remedy; (3) the effect of anger.~ 25 2, 48 | vengeance is sought as a remedy. ~Consequently as soon as 26 2, 68 | pride." But a sufficient ~remedy for all these things is 27 2, 68 | assist the virtues and to ~remedy certain defects, as is shown 28 2, 96 | sudden risk needing instant ~remedy, it is not competent for 29 2, 98 | man needed this ~salutary remedy immediately after he had 30 2, 98 | written law to be given as a remedy for human ~ignorance: because " 31 2, 101 | suffices for one end: thus one remedy, if it ~be efficacious, 32 2, 101 | to health, and then the ~remedy needs not to be repeated. 33 2, 102 | the tabernacle, and as a ~remedy for the stenches arising 34 2, 105 | Law provided a threefold remedy against the ~regularity 35 2, 105 | fewer, a lesser." A second remedy was that ~possessions could 36 2, 105 | possessions (cf. ad 3). The third remedy aimed at the removal of 37 2, 8 | understanding is given as a remedy against dulness of mind." 38 2, 18 | fear is bestowed as a ~remedy against pride." But the 39 2, 18 | reason it is bestowed as a remedy against ~pride. Yet it does 40 2, 30 | speculative intellect, the remedy is applied by "instructing," 41 2, 30 | practical intellect, the remedy is applied by "counselling." ~ 42 2, 30 | inordinate will, and thus the ~remedy takes the form of "reproof." 43 2, 30 | ourselves, we apply ~the remedy by "pardoning the injury," 44 2, 30 | intention; in which case the remedy ~is applied by "bearing 45 2, 31 | correction of the wrongdoer is a remedy which should ~be employed 46 2, 31 | twofold, one which applies ~a remedy to the sin considered as 47 2, 31 | correction which applies a ~remedy to the sin of the wrongdoer, 48 2, 31 | the case of public sins, a remedy is required not only for 49 2, 43 | 3: Further, "Wisdom is a remedy against folly," as Gregory 50 2, 44 | of wisdom ~is given as a remedy against folly."~Aquin.: 51 2, 50 | merciful, because the one remedy is to be delivered from ~ 52 2, 51 | of "counsel is given as a remedy ~to precipitation." Therefore 53 2, 55 | first employed to signify a remedy used for curing a sick person, 54 2, 58 | when we have to ~apply a remedy to some evil, whether our 55 2, 58 | another's, in order for ~the remedy to be applied with greater 56 2, 58 | for granted, since if a remedy be efficacious ~against 57 2, 60 | As regards the first, the remedy is applied by making restitution, 58 2, 60 | as regards the ~sin, the remedy is applied by punishment, 59 2, 64 | lawfully steal in order to remedy a need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 60 2, 64 | lawful to steal in order to remedy one's own needs.~Aquin.: 61 2, 64 | there is no other possible remedy), then it is ~lawful for 62 2, 67 | appointed him. Hence, as a ~remedy against his unjust oppression, 63 2, 69 | that it is one's duty to remedy it, ~but only such as we 64 2, 87 | is required merely as a remedy for an infirmity ~or a defect, 65 2, 87 | medicine which is required as a remedy for sickness. Now an oath ~ 66 2, 87 | an oath ~is required as a remedy to a defect, namely, some 67 2, 94 | words ~at one's neck, as a remedy for sickness or for any 68 2, 94 | wear sacred words ~as a remedy for men.~Aquin.: SMT SS 69 2, 109 | Isaias 3:9, that the "second remedy ~after shipwreck is to hide 70 2, 113 | 5) that detraction is a remedy against flattery. "It ~must 71 2, 116 | human nature ever seeks to remedy, since the ~more deficient 72 2, 123 | banishes his courage ~beyond remedy. Now even when fear is a 73 2, 140 | Now the most effective remedy in avoiding ~sin is to shun 74 2, 140 | necessity." Thirdly, as to the remedy which is applied to both. ~ 75 2, 140 | Hence the most effective remedy against intemperance is ~ 76 2, 140 | it is easier to find a ~remedy for intemperance than for 77 2, 145 | stands in need of such a ~remedy. And since men, for the 78 2, 145 | the most part, need this remedy, both because ~"in many 79 2, 146 | to procure vomiting as a remedy for sickness ~if the physician 80 2, 154 | application of the external remedy of ~admonishment and correction, 81 2, 160 | the very fact that, as a remedy, God allows men to fall ~ 82 2, 162 | children; or again it is for a remedy intended for the spiritual 83 2, 166 | ad 2). Consequently, the remedy for weariness of soul must 84 2, 174 | the worship of one God a remedy to this diversity might 85 2, 184 | Hebr.) "is a most effective remedy in ~repentance." Now poverty 86 2, 185 | manual labor merely as a remedy for the sin of those ~who 87 2, 185 | being the ~most efficacious remedy against pride which they 88 3, 1 | for this was our fitting remedy. ~Unless He was God, He 89 3, 1 | would not have brought a remedy; and unless He was ~man, 90 3, 1 | was ordained by God as a remedy for ~sin; so that, had sin 91 3, 1 | article have to do with a remedy for sin. For if man had 92 3, 1 | things should afford him the remedy of salvation. Hence, ~on 93 3, 1 | the Incarnation to be the remedy of human sin.~Aquin.: SMT 94 3, 1 | God became incarnate as a remedy for actual ~sins rather 95 3, 1 | upon the human race the remedy ~of the Incarnation in the 96 3, 1 | the Father." But if this remedy had been put off till the 97 3, 3 | Incarnation supplied the remedy. For the ~first man sinned 98 3, 5 | trusted it did not need a remedy; or ~He considered it unsuitable 99 3, 30 | nature, first sought to remedy the ~disturbance of mind 100 3, 37 | circumcision was prescribed as a remedy of original sin. ~But Christ 101 3, 37 | flesh might not ~reject the remedy whereby sinful flesh was 102 3, 37 | circumcision, which was a remedy against original sin, ~whereas 103 3, 38 | Circumcision was instituted as a remedy for original sin. ~Whereas 104 3, 39 | Baptism is a spiritual remedy. Now, the more perfect a ~ 105 3, 39 | perfect a ~thing is, the less remedy does it need. Consequently, 106 3, 46 | Christ's cross was the remedy, not only for Adam's personal 107 3, 49 | their bodies: yet there is a remedy provided for man through ~ 108 3, 49 | still, there is always a remedy provided through Christ' 109 3, 49 | neglect to make use of this remedy, it ~detracts nothing from 110 3, 60 | to whom the sacramental ~remedy is adjusted, since it touches 111 3, 61 | things. Now the healing ~remedy should be given to a man 112 3, 62 | provided with a special remedy in the ~sacraments.~Aquin.: 113 3, 63 | purpose; ~namely, for a remedy against sins; and for the 114 3, 63 | twofold purpose, namely, as a remedy for sin, ~and for the Divine 115 3, 63 | common, that they afford a remedy against ~sin: whereas not 116 3, 65 | sacrament is intended as a remedy for the defect ~caused by 117 3, 65 | sacrament instituted as a remedy for other sins. Therefore 118 3, 65 | matrimony be instituted as a remedy for lust.~Aquin.: SMT TP 119 3, 65 | Baptism is intended as a remedy against original sin, and ~ 120 3, 65 | Christian life, and to be a remedy against ~the defects caused 121 3, 65 | their being ~instituted as a remedy against the defect caused 122 3, 65 | Baptism is ~intended as a remedy against the absence of spiritual 123 3, 65 | community; Matrimony, as a remedy against concupiscence ~in 124 3, 65 | Faith, and is ordained as a remedy ~against original sin; Extreme 125 3, 65 | sacrament to be applied as a ~remedy against venereal concupiscence: 126 3, 66 | since original sin, to ~remedy which is the principal purpose 127 3, 66 | Nevertheless in the Old Law the remedy against original sin was 128 3, 66 | conferred principally as a remedy against ~original sin. Wherefore, 129 3, 67 | man can easily find the remedy. Now the most necessary 130 3, 67 | without so ~necessary a remedy, it was ordained, both that 131 3, 68 | instituted principally as a ~remedy for original sin. Now, since 132 3, 68 | danger of death, for no other remedy is available for them besides ~ 133 3, 68 | other hand, adults have a remedy in the mere desire for Baptism, ~ 134 3, 68 | Therefore since Baptism is the remedy of Christ the physician 135 3, 68 | the spiritual life as a remedy against their vicious habits.~ 136 3, 68 | Further, Baptism is given as a remedy for original sin. But ~original 137 3, 68 | Reply OBJ 3: Baptism is a remedy not only against original, 138 3, 69 | which is the universal remedy ~for all sins; and so by 139 3, 69 | because they think it to be a remedy whereby ~they may preserve 140 3, 70 | profession of faith and a remedy against carnal ~concupiscence.~ 141 3, 70 | Baptism was instituted as a remedy against ~original sin, so 142 3, 70 | because it was ~to be a remedy against original sin, which 143 3, 70 | because it was ordained as a remedy for carnal ~concupiscence, 144 3, 71 | not needed as a further remedy.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 145 3, 71 | Penance is given as a further remedy against ~sin, because Baptism 146 3, 71 | Water is given as a further ~remedy against the assaults of 147 3, 79 | daily bread is taken "as a ~remedy against daily infirmity."~ 148 3, 80 | often: I need a ~frequent remedy." The second thing to be 149 3, 83 | right, either by employing a remedy, or at least by ~repentance 150 3, 84 | in sin it is a kind ~of remedy to sin secretly, and it 151 3, 84 | done it, and by seeking a remedy for ~one's grief in some 152 3, 84 | with regard to ~seeking a remedy for sorrow, that they should 153 Suppl, 2 | and ~envy. Therefore their remedy should not be sorrow, such 154 Suppl, 2 | the contrary, Penance is a remedy for all actual sins. But 155 Suppl, 2 | contrition is the special remedy for one mortal sin. ~Therefore 156 Suppl, 4 | as it is ~necessary as a remedy against something, as in 157 Suppl, 5 | sins. For contrition is the remedy for sin. Now a bodily remedy, ~ 158 Suppl, 5 | remedy for sin. Now a bodily remedy, ~that heals a lesser bodily 159 Suppl, 5 | operates in them: wherefore the remedy which ~suffices for healing 160 Suppl, 6 | another, should receive ~its remedy from another. Therefore 161 Suppl, 6 | his own act, must take its remedy from the man himself. Now ~ 162 Suppl, 6 | minister apply a fitting remedy, unless he be acquainted 163 Suppl, 6 | also must needs take its ~remedy from another.~Aquin.: SMT 164 Suppl, 6 | fact that confession is a remedy, and in this ~way not all 165 Suppl, 7 | said that confession is the remedy for a "hidden" disease.~ 166 Suppl, 7 | far as it is ordained as a remedy for sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP 167 Suppl, 8 | not given directly as a remedy for ~venial sin, nor is 168 Suppl, 8 | for applying a salutary remedy to our sins.~Aquin.: SMT 169 Suppl, 8 | the debt, and to afford a remedy. Hence the ~punishment may 170 Suppl, 8 | in consideration of the remedy, either as regards ~the 171 Suppl, 8 | as it is intended as a ~remedy; although sometimes so great 172 Suppl, 9 | another is added to ~it; and a remedy which would be suitable 173 Suppl, 10| cleansing and perfecting remedy; and so this punishment ~ 174 Suppl, 11| require a man to find a remedy for a ~sin which he knows 175 Suppl, 11| should apply some kind of remedy, so ~far as this can be 176 Suppl, 11| he may forbear to apply a remedy, since he is ~not bound 177 Suppl, 11| is ~not bound to apply a remedy, except according as it 178 Suppl, 11| Penance, he should apply the remedy, as far as he can, ~in the 179 Suppl, 12| as it is a safeguarding remedy; and the same applies to 180 Suppl, 13| debt, and to serve as a remedy for the avoidance of sin. ~ 181 Suppl, 13| sin. ~Accordingly, as a remedy against future sin, the 182 Suppl, 13| is the ~most efficacious remedy for the avoidance of sin. 183 Suppl, 14| Further, satisfaction is a remedy for the healing of past 184 Suppl, 15| satisfaction. Now punishment is the remedy for sins, as the Philosopher ~ 185 Suppl, 15| not ~penal, since it is a remedy against penal sorrow, and 186 Suppl, 18| sin, so ~as to provide a remedy against it. Wherefore though, 187 Suppl, 18| sacramental power is ordained as a remedy against ~sin. Now binding 188 Suppl, 18| sin. Now binding is not a remedy for sin, but seemingly is 189 Suppl, 20| power of the keys is the remedy for sin. ~Therefore, since 190 Suppl, 25| inasmuch as it serves for a remedy, were done away with. ~Therefore 191 Suppl, 25| Grace affords a better remedy for the avoidance of sin 192 Suppl, 25| that indulgences provide a ~remedy against sin. Consequently 193 Suppl, 25| so that they may derive a remedy from ~these also, even though 194 Suppl, 28| public sin may have a public remedy; secondly, ~because he who 195 Suppl, 29| Extreme Unction is a spiritual remedy, since it avails for ~the 196 Suppl, 29| the application ~of the remedy to the various sources of 197 Suppl, 29| the greater danger, the remedy should be ~a common one. 198 Suppl, 29| olive oil is not a common remedy, since the olive is ~not 199 Suppl, 30| and mortal sin, but ~is a remedy for such defects as weaken 200 Suppl, 30| instituted chiefly as a remedy for venial sin which cannot 201 Suppl, 30| sacrament is a spiritual remedy. Now a spiritual ~remedy 202 Suppl, 30| remedy. Now a spiritual ~remedy is ordained to spiritual 203 Suppl, 30| health, just as a bodily remedy is ~ordained to health of 204 Suppl, 30| the effect ~of a bodily remedy, namely a healing of the 205 Suppl, 30| no ~other purpose than a remedy, and man is not deputed 206 Suppl, 32| Further, the more excellent a remedy is, the more generally ~ 207 Suppl, 32| This sacrament is the last remedy that the Church can ~give, 208 Suppl, 32| is the time to apply the remedy. Therefore ~this sacrament, 209 Suppl, 32| which was intended as a remedy to human weakness, should ~ 210 Suppl, 32| danger of death; yet ~the remedy cannot be applied to them, 211 Suppl, 32| it is given chiefly as a remedy for original sin, which, 212 Suppl, 32| disease requires the same remedy. Therefore this sacrament ~ 213 Suppl, 32| sacrament is given chiefly as a remedy for infirmities ~that result 214 Suppl, 32| sacrament is not given as a remedy for the remnants of ~original 215 Suppl, 32| it is given chiefly ~as a remedy for actual sins, which are 216 Suppl, 32| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the remedy should be applied to the 217 Suppl, 32| effected, by applying the remedy, ~not to the whole body, 218 Suppl, 32| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The remedy is not always applied to 219 Suppl, 32| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the remedy should be applied where 220 Suppl, 32| senses. And, since the ~remedy for sin should be applied 221 Suppl, 33| one disease demands one remedy. Now this sacrament ~is 222 Suppl, 33| sacrament ~is a spiritual remedy. Therefore it ought not 223 Suppl, 35| OBJ 1: Order is given as a remedy, not to one person but to 224 Suppl, 36| Further, by every grace a remedy is given against sin. Now 225 Suppl, 36| should not be refused a remedy that may avail them. Since ~ 226 Suppl, 42| sacrament denotes a sanctifying remedy against sin ~offered to 227 Suppl, 42| according as it affords a ~remedy for the wound of sin, it 228 Suppl, 42| essentially a ~sign and a remedy, it follows that the nature 229 Suppl, 42| Matrimony is not only for a remedy against sin, but is ~chiefly 230 Suppl, 42| not as intended for a remedy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 231 Suppl, 42| sickness does not seek a remedy where it finds ~aggravation. 232 Suppl, 42| conferred in matrimony, as a ~remedy for concupiscence.~Aquin.: 233 Suppl, 42| that ~"matrimony affords a remedy to the sick." But it is 234 Suppl, 42| the sick." But it is not a remedy except ~in so far as it 235 Suppl, 42| it was able to afford a remedy to concupiscence lest the 236 Suppl, 42| hold if no more efficacious remedy ~could be employed against 237 Suppl, 42| but a yet more ~powerful remedy is found in spiritual works 238 Suppl, 42| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A remedy can be employed against 239 Suppl, 42| thus matrimony affords a remedy by the grace given therein. 240 Suppl, 42| inasmuch as it affords a remedy ~against concupiscence; 241 Suppl, 42| it does not afford this remedy ~to those who have no carnal 242 Suppl, 42| intercourse marriage is a remedy by virtue of ~the grace 243 Suppl, 47| greater injury it is easy to remedy ~it. Hence fear of disgrace 244 Suppl, 49| matrimony was instituted as a remedy and as an office, ~as stated 245 Suppl, 49| far as it is intended as a remedy, any more than the other 246 Suppl, 49| intended as an office ~or as a remedy it has the aspect of something 247 Suppl, 49| the office and affords a remedy to ~concupiscence.~Aquin.: 248 Suppl, 50| is necessary to have a ~remedy for the disease. Now concupiscence, 249 Suppl, 50| disease. Now concupiscence, a remedy for which is ~permitted 250 Suppl, 58| marriage is intended as a remedy, although it does ~not befit 251 Suppl, 58| not for pleasure but for a remedy. Dislike for a woman is ~ 252 Suppl, 58| they can have no human ~remedy, although God might afford 253 Suppl, 58| although God might afford a remedy by coercing the demon, or 254 Suppl, 58| to use witchcraft as a ~remedy, it would nevertheless be 255 Suppl, 64| the payment of the debt a remedy is afforded against ~the 256 Suppl, 64| sick ~person is bound to remedy the disease without being 257 Suppl, 64| superior is bound to apply a remedy for the sins of his ~subjects 258 Suppl, 64| debt on holy days. For the remedy should be applied when the 259 Suppl, 64| feast ~day. Therefore the remedy should be applied then by 260 Suppl, 65| as it is instituted ~as a remedy (which is its secondary 261 Suppl, 67| is by its very nature a remedy for ~concupiscence. Hence 262 Suppl, 83| passed in sorrow, it is ~a remedy for pains, since it puts


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