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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inflicted

    Part, Question
1 1, 95 | implies of necessity ~a pain inflicted on the subject; and consequently 2 1, 112 | for sins or for the pains ~inflicted on men. For grief and sorrow, 3 1, 112 | will sin and the ~pains inflicted on its account: but they 4 2, 36 | 1 ~OBJ 2: Further, hurt inflicted is the cause of sorrow. 5 2, 36 | sorrow. But hurt can be ~inflicted even by a lesser power. 6 2, 37 | sorrow consumes those who are inflicted therewith, as ~may be gathered 7 2, 42 | such as violent death ~inflicted by an assailant. In either 8 2, 46 | on account of some pain inflicted, ~and unless there be desire 9 2, 46 | Consequently if the person, who inflicted the ~injury, excel very 10 2, 46 | between the punishment to be inflicted ~and the hurt done; wherefore 11 2, 46 | reason denounces the injury inflicted, "but listens ~not perfectly," 12 2, 46 | Consequently when the evil ~inflicted goes beyond the measure 13 2, 46 | to the will, painful, and inflicted for some fault. ~Consequently 14 2, 46 | the soul due to the wrong ~inflicted; whereas hatred ensues from 15 2, 47 | Consequently whatever injury is inflicted on us, in so far as it is ~ 16 2, 48 | is caused by some injury inflicted, as by a ~contrary that 17 2, 70 | helps us to bear the evils inflicted on us ~by those among whom 18 2, 73 | OBJ 2: Further, harm is inflicted by sins against our neighbor. 19 2, 73 | Further, greater harm is inflicted on a man by depriving him 20 2, 73 | follow, supposing harm to be inflicted ~chiefly by sins against 21 2, 73 | to God: so that an injury inflicted on ~such a person redounds 22 2, 73 | less sinful than if it were inflicted on another, because ~he 23 2, 74 | seen in the blow that is inflicted in the sin ~of murder. Consequently 24 2, 79 | evil of punishment must be inflicted for the sake of good.~ 25 2, 81 | ccl.], children are never inflicted with spiritual punishment 26 2, 84 | which capital punishment is ~inflicted. It is not in this sense 27 2, 85 | things to be punishments inflicted on the soul of the sinner, 28 2, 85 | these are the four wounds inflicted on the whole of human ~nature 29 2, 87 | Whether every punishment is inflicted for a sin?~(8) Whether one 30 2, 87 | threefold punishment; one, inflicted by ~himself, viz. remorse 31 2, 87 | of conscience; another, inflicted by man; and a ~third, inflicted 32 2, 87 | inflicted by man; and a ~third, inflicted by God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 33 2, 87 | a just punishment may be inflicted either by God ~or by man: 34 2, 87 | the eternity of punishment inflicted by God. Now ~according to 35 2, 87 | Even the punishment that is inflicted according to human ~laws, 36 2, 87 | the eternal punishments inflicted by God on the reprobate, ~ 37 2, 87 | Whether every punishment is inflicted for a sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS 38 2, 87 | not every punishment is inflicted for a sin. ~For it is written ( 39 2, 87 | not every punishment is inflicted for a sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 40 2, 87 | not every punishment ~is inflicted for a sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 41 2, 87 | punishment is not always inflicted ~by God for sin.~Aquin.: 42 2, 87 | punishment is just, and is ~inflicted for a sin."~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 87 | we speak of punishment inflicted on account of sin, inasmuch 44 2, 87 | have ~such like punishments inflicted on one for another's sin, 45 2, 87 | like punishments are not inflicted on one for ~another's sin, 46 2, 92 | whose authority the pain ~is inflicted. Wherefore to reward is 47 2, 94 | which death of nature is inflicted by the power of God on account ~ 48 2, 94 | command of God, death can be inflicted on ~any man, guilty or innocent, 49 2, 99 | rewards or ~punishments to be inflicted by men: whereas the Divine 50 2, 100 | the penalty ~of the law is inflicted. But Divine law and human 51 2, 100 | the penalty of the law ~is inflicted only for those things which 52 2, 100 | of any kind of violence inflicted on our neighbor, according ~ 53 2, 100 | of death, which the ~Law inflicted on its transgressors: in 54 2, 105 | was ~rather a punishment inflicted on that people for their 55 2, 105 | the Law should not have inflicted the two other ~punishments, 56 2, 105 | A severe punishment is inflicted not only on account of the 57 2, 105 | fields. Consequently the Law inflicted a heavier penalty, by ~ordering 58 2, 105 | more ~heavy penalty was inflicted in their regard, so that 59 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 10: The Old Law inflicted the death penalty for the 60 2, 105 | thief of other things it inflicted punishment ~by indemnification: 61 2, 105 | ordered punishment to be inflicted on the man who falsely accused 62 2, 2 | consist in ~persecution inflicted by one who endeavors to 63 2, 7 | penal evils, which ~are inflicted in accordance with the Divine 64 2, 10 | the part of the punishment inflicted by the sentence of the Church ~ 65 2, 12 | death punishment is not ~inflicted except for a mortal sin. 66 2, 12 | and hate the punishments inflicted on them for those same ~ 67 2, 13 | Therefore the Lord both inflicted ~temporal punishment on 68 2, 17 | punishment, that what ~is inflicted in punishment, should go 69 2, 18 | something just, through being inflicted on us justly; although originally ~ 70 2, 18 | drawn to ~God, and which is inflicted or threatened by God. Servile 71 2, 18 | reference to the punishments ~inflicted by the secular power. Now 72 2, 24 | individual. Moreover the death inflicted by the judge profits the 73 2, 26 | something which can be inflicted by God. Therefore it seems 74 2, 29 | vices whereby a hurt is inflicted on our neighbor, ~for instance, 75 2, 32 | many hate the punishments inflicted on them, and yet ~they bear 76 2, 32 | secondly ~by reason of the hurt inflicted on the person sinned against. 77 2, 32 | hand, as regards the hurt inflicted on his neighbor, a ~man' 78 2, 37 | schismatics;~(4) Of the punishment inflicted on them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 79 2, 37 | more severe punishment is inflicted for an habitual sin (as ~ 80 2, 37 | severe punishment ought to be inflicted. As ~regards the ten tribes, 81 2, 37 | double punishment is not inflicted for one and the ~same sin, 82 2, 38 | Because ~punishment is not inflicted except for sin. Now those 83 2, 38 | make amends for the wrongs ~inflicted by its subjects, or to restore 84 2, 53 | deceived, and ~to endure wrongs inflicted on them by fraud.~Aquin.: 85 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 3: The injury inflicted bears a different proportion 86 2, 57 | injustice especially if it be inflicted by himself.~Aquin.: SMT 87 2, 57 | the soul. Now every injury inflicted on ~another person is of 88 2, 57 | always consists in an injury ~inflicted on another person, it is 89 2, 58 | latter case ~an injury is inflicted, but not in the former.~ 90 2, 60 | fixes the punishment to be inflicted by the judge. Nor is this ~ 91 2, 60 | taken. For he that has inflicted a loss on a man is bound 92 2, 61 | Further, penalties are inflicted according to a sentence. 93 2, 61 | a heavier ~punishment is inflicted on one who injures the person 94 2, 62 | special punishment had to be inflicted, according ~to the Divine 95 2, 62 | more grievous ~injury is inflicted on the person sinned against. 96 2, 62 | the canons a penalty, is inflicted on those ~who cause death 97 2, 63 | against his will. Now the evil inflicted on a man's own ~person is 98 2, 63 | will than that which is inflicted on a person ~connected with 99 2, 63 | him. Therefore an injury inflicted on a person connected ~with 100 2, 63 | through an injury being ~inflicted on one who is connected 101 2, 63 | Now when an injury is ~inflicted on one who is connected 102 2, 63 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: An injury inflicted on a person connected with 103 2, 64 | the death punishment is ~inflicted, not for every mortal sin, 104 2, 64 | the pain of death is not ~inflicted for theft which does not 105 2, 64 | which the pain of death is ~inflicted (Ex. 21:16).~Aquin.: SMT 106 2, 64 | grievous injuries may be inflicted by robbery than by ~theft: 107 2, 65 | The punishment that is inflicted is on account of ~his rebellion 108 2, 66 | retaliation ought to be inflicted ~on one who has accused 109 2, 66 | harm he has intended ~to be inflicted on another, according to 110 2, 66 | referring to the disgrace ~inflicted by the civil judge, as Gratian 111 2, 67 | human laws no punishment is ~inflicted on him, for the reason given 112 2, 68 | no particular injury is inflicted on anyone. ~Or, if some 113 2, 68 | Now a penalty must not be inflicted save for a fault. Therefore ~ 114 2, 69 | evidenced by the punishment inflicted on ~the servant who hid 115 2, 70 | must now consider injuries inflicted by words uttered ~extrajudicially. 116 2, 70 | Reviling ~implies some injury inflicted on one's neighbor, since 117 2, 70 | OBJ 3: Further, a dishonor inflicted by words is called a railing 118 2, 71 | i.e. as regards the injury inflicted, the reviler injuring a ~ 119 2, 71 | are reduced all ~injuries inflicted on our neighbor, whether 120 2, 73 | neighbor. Now the injury inflicted on a man by derision ~affects 121 2, 77 | deprived of ~seeing God and is inflicted for the sin of omission, 122 2, 77 | pain of sense, which is inflicted for the sin of ~transgression, 123 2, 78 | revenge is taken for injuries ~inflicted, as stated above (Q[61], 124 2, 81 | temporal ~evils are sometimes inflicted by God on the wicked for 125 2, 81 | that temporal ~evils be inflicted on our enemies in order 126 2, 83 | that punishment should be inflicted on them is ~a matter determined 127 2, 96 | lesser punishment is to be inflicted on them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 128 2, 97 | Therefore any injury inflicted on the Christian people, 129 2, 97 | punishment is not wont to be inflicted for a ~criminal fault. But 130 2, 97 | utility. For punishments are inflicted as medicines, ~that men 131 2, 97 | pecuniary ~punishment is inflicted, in order that men may be 132 2, 97 | double punishment must be inflicted. Wherefore it was necessary 133 2, 98 | external punishment is not inflicted for ~the internal movements 134 2, 106 | takes revenge ~for wrongs inflicted on himself. But, seemingly, 135 2, 106 | of one who has unjustly inflicted evil on him, as ~neither 136 2, 106 | But in so far as the wrong inflicted on a man ~affects his person, 137 2, 106 | against wrongs, lest they be inflicted on him, or he avenges those 138 2, 106 | which ~have already been inflicted on him, with the intention, 139 2, 106 | punishment of death should not be inflicted ~for a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 140 2, 106 | punishment of ~death may be inflicted on sinners.~Aquin.: SMT 141 2, 106 | the punishment of death is inflicted on those sins ~alone which 142 2, 106 | many of the punishments ~inflicted by God in this present life 143 2, 113 | punishment as this is not ~inflicted save for mortal sin. Therefore 144 2, 120 | many other injuries can be inflicted on one's ~neighbor, as appears 145 2, 120 | those injuries that can be inflicted on one's neighbor, had to 146 2, 120 | other injuries that are inflicted on our neighbor are ~reducible 147 2, 120 | For all ~injuries that are inflicted on the person of our neighbor 148 2, 120 | of all. ~Those that are inflicted on a person connected with 149 2, 122 | endurance of sufferings unjustly inflicted. Nor ~ought a man to give 150 2, 122 | other kind of hardship ~inflicted by persecution and continued 151 2, 124 | nor ~anything that can be inflicted by man, according to Is. 152 2, 124 | and whatever else can be inflicted by mortal man are ~not to 153 2, 131 | anger, ~which are injuries inflicted whereby the soul of the 154 2, 134 | consists in enduring evils inflicted by ~others." Therefore patience 155 2, 134 | an equal mind the evils inflicted by others," as ~Gregory 156 2, 134 | of those evils that are ~inflicted by others, foremost and 157 2, 134 | is chiefly about sorrows inflicted by other persons. Moreover 158 2, 146 | the people of Sodom were inflicted for sins ~occasioned by 159 2, 148 | such punishments are ~not inflicted save for mortal sins. Therefore 160 2, 156 | cause ~of anger, to wit, the inflicted injury, remains too long 161 2, 156 | their anger until they have inflicted punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 162 2, 156 | on the punishment to be ~inflicted": to the third case is assigned " 163 2, 156 | results from an ~injury inflicted.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 164 2, 156 | all manner of ~injuries inflicted on one's neighbor through 165 2, 162 | Further, the punishment inflicted for a sin should outweigh 166 2, 162 | is to be understood as ~inflicted in punishment of the woman, 167 3, 7 | whose power an evil can be inflicted, as we fear the king inasmuch 168 3, 7 | Whose power evil may be inflicted. on the other hand, hope, 169 3, 15 | struck Him and wounds were inflicted on Him, and scourges fell 170 3, 15 | sorrow. or when sorrow is inflicted ~upon someone, there arises 171 3, 44 | punishment is not justly inflicted save for fault. But ~it 172 3, 46 | the death He endured was inflicted on Him by men. But even 173 3, 46 | but not ~those injuries inflicted from without - nay, more, 174 3, 46 | dealing now with sufferings inflicted from ~without, since it 175 3, 46 | far as he deems the hurt ~inflicted to be the more undeserved. 176 3, 46 | mentally the ~sufferings inflicted upon Him." Consequently 177 3, 46 | who was simply a man; they inflicted their presumptions upon ~ 178 3, 47 | persecutors slew Him because they inflicted on Him what ~was a sufficient 179 3, 47 | did not repel the injury inflicted on His body, but willed ~ 180 3, 47 | to show that the Passion inflicted by ~violence did not take 181 3, 47 | succumbed ~to the injury inflicted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 182 3, 47 | voluntarily; because violence was inflicted on ~His body, which, however, 183 3, 47 | the Jews, knowing Christ, inflicted the Passion on Him out of ~ 184 3, 50 | nature: but He endured ~death inflicted from without, to which He 185 3, 51 | sickness, but from ~suffering inflicted on Him, to which He gave 186 3, 54 | crucified; see the wounds you inflicted; recognize the ~side you 187 3, 61 | for the healing of wounds inflicted by sin. Therefore ~they 188 3, 69 | Reply OBJ 3: In punishments inflicted by a human tribunal, we 189 Suppl, 6 | order that punishment may be inflicted in proportion to the offense. 190 Suppl, 6 | even that ~which might be inflicted on him by another. Therefore 191 Suppl, 8 | justice by the punishment ~inflicted on him. But this would not 192 Suppl, 12| compensation for injury inflicted. Wherefore as the injury 193 Suppl, 12| Wherefore as the injury inflicted ~entailed of itself an inequality 194 Suppl, 12| as "compensation for an inflicted injury according to the ~ 195 Suppl, 15| But these scourges are ~inflicted on the wicked also, and 196 Suppl, 15| scourges are ~sometimes inflicted on those who have no sins, 197 Suppl, 15| the scourges, which are inflicted by God on account of ~sin, 198 Suppl, 15| in nature, punishment is inflicted by God on a ~person without 199 Suppl, 21| excommunicate a man for having inflicted temporal ~injury on anyone. 200 Suppl, 21| excommunication should not be ~inflicted, even for a mortal sin, 201 Suppl, 21| punishments, which can ~be inflicted unjustly by ecclesiastical 202 Suppl, 22| many dangers, unless it be inflicted with moderation. Therefore 203 Suppl, 23| person is not that ~which is inflicted for mortal sin, but rather 204 Suppl, 23| penalties are sometimes inflicted on one person ~for the sin 205 Suppl, 39| Reply OBJ 1: The Old Law inflicted the punishment of blood, 206 Suppl, 41| guilt, but of punishment ~inflicted for the first sin, inasmuch 207 Suppl, 52| requires punishment to be inflicted for ~guilt, and that no 208 Suppl, 58| OBJ 3: Further, if this is inflicted as a punishment of the sin, 209 Suppl, 60| of any punishment ~to be inflicted by a secular court. Therefore 210 Suppl, 62| debt of punishment to be ~inflicted by the judgment of man, 211 Suppl, 66| are, or have yet to be, inflicted: for one does not ~recover 212 Suppl, 69| souls, and the punishment inflicted on them by fire; (3) the ~ 213 Suppl, 70| BODY, AND OF THE PUNISHMENT INFLICTED ON IT BY MATERIAL FIRE ( 214 Suppl, 70| body, and the punishment inflicted on it by material fire. 215 Suppl, 70| souls ~of the damned are inflicted by a corporeal fire.~Aquin.: 216 Suppl, 72| cleanses much more than pain inflicted after death, as ~in the 217 Suppl, 72| death is the punishment inflicted on man for his ~own transgression, 218 Suppl, 72| of the soul from God, is inflicted on man for mortal ~sin. 219 Suppl, 75| reformed. For just as death was inflicted by Divine justice as a ~ 220 Suppl, 83| every tribunal punishment is inflicted according ~to the jurisdiction 221 Suppl, 83| this ~temporal life are inflicted for some particular sin 222 Suppl, 85| before the judgment was not inflicted completely will be ~completed 223 Suppl, 93| since it is a punishment ~inflicted by another person with force. 224 Suppl, 93| with the passion ~that is inflicted from without. Wherefore, 225 Suppl, 93| Now among all passions inflicted from without, death ~holds 226 Suppl, 93| such injuries only as ~are inflicted on a person's own body and 227 Suppl, 94| wherefore it should be inflicted by fire alone ~which is 228 Suppl, 94| refer to the punishments inflicted on man on the way: ~according 229 Suppl, 95| suffer from the punishment ~inflicted on them for sin.~Aquin.: 230 Suppl, 95| they hate the punishment inflicted on them ~[*Cf. Q[90], A[ 231 Suppl, 95| their fall, wherefore God inflicted a punishment ~on the serpent, 232 Suppl, 96| an eternal punishment is inflicted on ~sinners?~(2) Whether 233 Suppl, 96| an eternal punishment is inflicted on sinners? ~[*Cf. FS, Q[ 234 Suppl, 96| eternal punishment is not inflicted on ~sinners by Divine justice. 235 Suppl, 96| eternal punishment is not ~inflicted for sins according to Divine 236 Suppl, 96| death." That the punishment ~inflicted by the earthly state is 237 Suppl, 96| Reply OBJ 3: The punishments inflicted on those who are not altogether ~ 238 Suppl, 96| only when they ~are being inflicted, but also when they are 239 Suppl, 96| eternal punishment will be inflicted on none but ~those who omit 240 Appen1, 1| from a bodily fire, and are inflicted ~with punishment by fire?~( 241 Appen1, 1| sensible punishment were inflicted after ~death for original 242 Appen1, 1| for sensible punishment is inflicted for that which is proper 243 Appen1, 1| their ~punishment is justly inflicted by God, that their will 244 Appen1, 2| hurts it: wherefore hurts inflicted on the more ~sensible parts 245 Appen1, 2| greatest pain when a hurt is inflicted on the soul itself. That 246 Appen1, 2| they are cleansed by pains ~inflicted by the devil, as was the


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