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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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evils

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1 1, 14 | them, He knows the opposite evils.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 2 1, 19 | Para. 1/1~Whether God wills evils?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 3 1, 19 | It seems that God wills evils. For every good that exists, 4 1, 19 | otherwise, since various evils do exist, God's will would 5 1, 19 | willing the good to which such evils are attached. Thus in willing ~ 6 1, 19 | with the avoiding of lesser evils.~ 7 1, 21 | says (Moral. xxvi, 9): "The evils that press on us in this 8 1, 22 | a care. But we see many evils ~existing. Either, then, 9 1, 23 | things, God allows some evils, lest many good things ~ 10 1, 48 | for they exist only for evils.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 11 1, 48 | corruption and defect, which are evils. ~Therefore not every evil 12 1, 49 | the first cause of all ~evils?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 13 1, 49 | is the "per se" cause of evils. Nor can it be ~said that 14 1, 49 | opposed to it as the cause of evils.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 15 1, 49 | infinity, but ~reduce all evils to some good cause, whence 16 1, 63 | goods, with which certain evils are ~connected; thus the 17 1, 49 | for they exist only for evils.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 18 1, 49 | corruption and defect, which are evils. ~Therefore not every evil 19 1, 50 | the first cause of all ~evils?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 20 1, 50 | is the "per se" cause of evils. Nor can it be ~said that 21 1, 50 | opposed to it as the cause of evils.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 22 1, 50 | infinity, but ~reduce all evils to some good cause, whence 23 1, 64 | goods, with which certain evils are ~connected; thus the 24 1, 112 | protected from ~certain evils which would hurt both themselves 25 1, 112 | inasmuch as they ~ward off many evils.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 26 1, 113 | demons is ~the cause of all evils, both to themselves and 27 2, 5 | subject to many unavoidable evils; to ignorance on the part 28 2, 20 | a man foresees that many evils may follow from his ~action, 29 2, 21 | that occurs in voluntary evils, is subject to ~man's power: 30 2, 27 | those ~who acknowledge their evils." Therefore it seems that 31 2, 27 | Those who acknowledge their evils, are beloved, not for ~their 32 2, 27 | beloved, not for ~their evils, but because they acknowledge 33 2, 35 | reference to the various evils that cause pain; but in 34 2, 39 | both of which are ~manifest evils. Consequently it is a condition 35 2, 39 | from the Divine will. Penal evils happen actually, even by ~ 36 2, 40 | Rhet. ii, 13) that "many evils have befallen them."~Aquin.: 37 2, 42 | If therefore such like evils were an object of fear, 38 2, 42 | man shrinks from such like evils ~through fear thereof, this 39 2, 42 | and sorrow for such like evils, when present; fear when ~ 40 2, 42 | Rhet. ii, 5) that "not all evils ~are feared, for instance 41 2, 42 | infinite increase. Now those ~evils which, after they have come, 42 2, 46 | man is appeased if many evils befall, whereas the ~hater 43 2, 47 | they should make known our evils; being ~hindered from doing 44 2, 47 | attained to the limit of ~evils. Hence anger ceases in regard 45 2, 60 | virtues ~about fears of evils.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] A[ 46 2, 66 | perfect work," by enduring ~evils, wherein it excludes not 47 2, 67 | abundance without fear of evils." Now fear is opposed to 48 2, 70 | suffering with equanimity the evils his ~neighbor inflicts on 49 2, 70 | good things, or relief from evils, which things seem to ~belong 50 2, 70 | which helps us to bear the evils inflicted on us ~by those 51 2, 70 | helps us to cure those ~evils; and goodness, to forgive 52 2, 71 | OBJ 2: Further, several evils are more to be shunned than 53 2, 72 | money is the root of all evils." Now it is evident that ~ 54 2, 73 | concupiscence, it forbids all evils." Now the ~greater the concupiscence 55 2, 74 | certain determinate goods and evils, by reason ~of which they 56 2, 77 | concupiscence, it ~forbids all evils," the reason for which is 57 2, 77 | money'] is the root of all evils." Now pride of life is ~ 58 2, 80 | demons ~are the cause of all evils, both to themselves and 59 2, 80 | are the cause of all our evils, as ~regards their original 60 2, 84 | covetousness is the root of all evils." Hence it is evident that 61 2, 84 | covetousness is the ~root of all evils, we do not assert that no 62 2, 84 | its root, ~but that other evils more frequently arise therefrom, 63 2, 84 | to be the "root" of all evils, as ~stated above (A[1]).~ 64 2, 84 | called the ~"root of all evils," it seems that it alone, 65 2, 84 | inordinately the contrary evils.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 66 2, 84 | vices seek the contrary evils.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 67 2, 87 | as much temporal goods or evils, as suffices ~for virtue: 68 2, 91 | at doing away ~with all evils, it would do away with many 69 2, 95 | refers to the removal ~of evils; "usefulness" to the attainment 70 2, 96 | sufficiently, unless all evils were repressed by law. ~ 71 2, 96 | laws should repress all evils.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 72 2, 96 | break out into yet greater evils: ~thus it is written (Ps. 73 2, 96 | from contempt, break into evils worse still.~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 97 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, many evils cannot make one good. But 75 2, 98 | actions, as regards those evils which might disturb the 76 2, 99 | Therefore temporal goods or evils are not suitably set forth ~ 77 2, 100 | of the law which forbade evils to which men ~were prone. 78 2, 112 | energy, and may bear the ~evils of this present life, as 79 2, 114 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Temporal evils are imposed as a punishment 80 2, 114 | just who are aided by these evils they are not punishments 81 2, 7 | apprehension of certain penal evils, which ~are inflicted in 82 2, 7 | faith includes also certain ~evils; for instance, that it is 83 2, 7 | sinners will suffer penal evils from ~God: in this way faith 84 2, 10 | nevertheless He allows certain evils to take place in the universe, ~ 85 2, 10 | be ~forfeited, or greater evils ensue. Accordingly in human 86 2, 10 | rightly tolerate certain evils, lest certain ~goods be 87 2, 10 | lost, or certain greater evils be incurred: thus Augustine 88 2, 11 | children of men commit ~evils without any fear."~Aquin.: 89 2, 16 | Prayer, to be delivered from evils which ~will no longer be 90 2, 18 | sometimes, on account of the evils he fears, man withdraws ~ 91 2, 18 | sometimes, on account of ~the evils he fears, he turns to God 92 2, 18 | although they fear ~different evils, even as they correspond 93 2, 18 | abundance, without fear of ~evils," which is to be understood 94 2, 18 | arduous evil, for little evils inspire no ~fear. Now as 95 2, 19 | since hope withdraws us from evils ~and induces us to seek 96 2, 20 | is misused in speaking of evils, and properly ~applied in 97 2, 28 | call so many and so great evils ~peace."~Aquin.: SMT SS 98 2, 28 | harshness seem to excel other evils. Now the ~Philosopher says ( 99 2, 28 | OBJ 3: Further, signs of evils are not true evils. But 100 2, 28 | signs of evils are not true evils. But signs of evils ~excite 101 2, 28 | true evils. But signs of evils ~excite one to mercy, as 102 2, 28 | corruptive or distressing evils, the contrary of which ~ 103 2, 28 | distressing." ~Secondly, such like evils are yet more provocative 104 2, 28 | estimation of another's evils, for which ~pity grieves, 105 2, 30 | OBJ 3: Further, greater evils should be avoided more than 106 2, 30 | avoided more than lesser evils. ~Now it is less sinful 107 2, 32 | commands us to bear with ~penal evils, not to love them. On the 108 2, 35 | whatever gives rise to many evils, would seem to be a ~capital 109 2, 38 | being slain, and innumerable evils both temporal and spiritual ~ 110 2, 43 | 22: "They are wise to do evils, but to do good they ~have 111 2, 43 | acts is the ~removal of evils opposed to wisdom: wherefore 112 2, 47 | precautions against all possible evils. Therefore caution does ~ 113 2, 47 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Of the evils which man has to avoid, 114 2, 50 | is to be delivered from ~evils so great, to pardon, and 115 2, 57 | example, or ~honors, and less evils, such as toil and losses, 116 2, 57 | accounted among the least of evils, as the Philosopher declares ( 117 2, 62 | in order to avoid penal ~evils has indeed an appearance 118 2, 62 | soul unable to ~bear penal evils, as the Philosopher (Ethic. 119 2, 70 | 37:13): "They that sought evils to ~me spoke vain things," 120 2, 71 | wit, as by declaring ~the evils of another, he for his own 121 2, 72 | he brings forward those evils especially about his ~neighbor 122 2, 74 | Scriptures sometimes call down evils on sinners, as though conforming ~ 123 2, 77 | to avoid the extremes as evils: so ~that doing good and 124 2, 81 | sense that certain temporal ~evils are sometimes inflicted 125 2, 81 | praying to ask that temporal ~evils be inflicted on our enemies 126 2, 87 | to them that repaid me evils, let me deservedly fall 127 2, 92 | Further, it seems that lesser evils are punished with greater ~ 128 2, 92 | are punished with greater ~evils. But the sin of idolatry 129 2, 99 | doing ~saved him from many evils, such as the sorrows and 130 2, 104 | been forgiven me, both what evils I committed ~by my own wilfulness, 131 2, 109 | etc., says: "Of ~the two evils it is less to sin openly 132 2, 109 | on Is. 16:14: "Of the two evils it is less to sin openly 133 2, 117 | money'] is the root of all ~evils." But it is not the root 134 2, 117 | said to be "the root of all evils," not that all evils always 135 2, 117 | all evils," not that all evils always arise from ~covetousness, 136 2, 120 | However, present goods or evils are not the subject of ~ 137 2, 121 | properly regards those temporal evils ~that withdraw one from 138 2, 121 | in face of the ~greatest evils: because he that stands 139 2, 121 | most fearful of all bodily evils is death, since it does ~ 140 2, 121 | bearing well even the greatest evils; while ~through bearing 141 2, 121 | moderate the fear of contrary ~evils: thus liberality, which 142 2, 121 | good use of it; and many evils prevented by it, such ~as 143 2, 121 | against the onslaught of evils. And fortitude is directed 144 2, 121 | fortitude is directed to ~evils of the body, as contraries 145 2, 123 | after more than certain evils are to be ~avoided. Accordingly 146 2, 123 | that we should shun the evils that we ~cannot withstand, 147 2, 123 | Now reason judges certain evils to ~be shunned rather than 148 2, 123 | fear a ~man were to avoid evils which according to reason 149 2, 123 | be avoided, ~and so incur evils which according to reason 150 2, 123 | be ~inordinate. Now the evils of the soul are more to 151 2, 123 | more to be feared than the ~evils of the body. and evils of 152 2, 123 | evils of the body. and evils of the body more than evils 153 2, 123 | evils of the body more than evils of external ~things. Wherefore 154 2, 123 | Wherefore if one were to incur evils of the soul, namely sins, 155 2, 123 | sins, in ~order to avoid evils of the body, such as blows 156 2, 123 | such as blows or death, or evils of ~external things, such 157 2, 123 | or if one were to endure evils of ~the body in order to 158 2, 123 | consequence that temporal evils are ~not man's evils, and 159 2, 123 | temporal evils are ~not man's evils, and that therefore they 160 2, 124 | whereby one ~dreads temporal evils, and which results from 161 2, 124 | death and ~other temporal evils less than he ought, for 162 2, 124 | him to be afflicted by the evils contrary to the goods ~he 163 2, 125 | he burden thee with his evils." Now no man's fellowship 164 2, 127 | certain external goods or evils, that for their sake he 165 2, 127 | to give way to external evils. Wherefore these and like ~ 166 2, 134 | is not ~there, since no evils have to be borne there, 167 2, 134 | covetous, who bear many evils patiently ~that they may 168 2, 134 | need for it ~except where evils have to be borne: yet that 169 2, 134 | patient who would rather bear evils without inflicting them, ~ 170 2, 134 | them. As for those who bear evils that ~they may inflict evil, 171 2, 134 | more ~abhorrence for sinful evils than for bodily evils: hence 172 2, 134 | sinful evils than for bodily evils: hence some heathens ~are 173 2, 134 | help of grace, endure many evils for the health of ~the soul, 174 2, 134 | one is willing to endure evils, is ~more desired and loved 175 2, 134 | man is more ~prone to bear evils for the sake of goods in 176 2, 134 | and now, than to endure evils for the sake of goods to ~ 177 2, 134 | Even the endurance of those evils which a man bears for the ~ 178 2, 134 | patience consists in enduring evils inflicted by ~others." Therefore 179 2, 134 | brave man does not endure evils patiently, but ~even attacks 180 2, 134 | suffer with an equal mind the evils inflicted by others," as ~ 181 2, 134 | in Evang.). Now of those evils that are ~inflicted by others, 182 2, 134 | of death, and about these evils fortitude ~is concerned. 183 2, 134 | man may ~patiently endure evils pertaining to dangers of 184 2, 134 | against the man who ~inflicts evils on him; for Chrysostom [* 185 2, 134 | patience regards all kinds of evils, it is annexed to fortitude ~ 186 2, 134 | impatient of delay, as of other evils. Therefore it ~seems that 187 2, 134 | fortitude, endures certain evils ~for the sake of good, and 188 2, 135 | not good, but evil. And evils that ~involve danger of 189 2, 135 | to praise. Among other ~evils foremost are those which 190 2, 135 | pleasures of touch, because ~evils of this kind affect the 191 2, 137 | with regard ~to goods or evils that are difficult. Now 192 2, 137 | of his work, or to avoid evils or dangers, since ~these 193 2, 137 | regards the enduring of ~evils: and longanimity, which 194 2, 138 | bravely endure temporal evils, according to Mt. ~10:28, " 195 2, 139 | from sensible and bodily evils. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] 196 2, 139 | from sensible and bodily evils, which sometimes accompany 197 2, 139 | regards flight from bodily evils, and consequently with daring, 198 2, 139 | of the mind from ~certain evils, against which man needs 199 2, 139 | money'] is the root of all evils." ~Therefore temperance 200 2, 139 | respect to the greatest evils ~whereby nature itself is 201 2, 140 | occasioned by certain ~other evils.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[142] A[ 202 2, 142 | Rhet. ii, 5) that such ~evils are not a matter of fear.~ 203 2, 145 | the avoidance of spiritual evils and the pursuit of spiritual 204 2, 153 | philargyria}), is the root of all evils." Therefore ~continence 205 2, 155 | mitigation of our neighbor's evils.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[157] A[ 206 2, 155 | mitigation of our ~neighbor's evils. Nevertheless they differ 207 2, 162 | outweighs in ~good all the penal evils which are stated to have 208 2, 163 | God is not a ~tempter of evils."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] 209 2, 168 | he burden thee with his evils."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] 210 2, 185 | idleness whence arise many evils; hence it ~is written (Ecclus. 211 3, 1 | after sin. For God allows evils to happen in ~order to bring 212 3, 15 | My ~soul is filled with evils" - not sins, indeed, but 213 3, 15 | sins, indeed, but human evils, i.e. ~"pains," as a gloss 214 3, 15 | by his apprehending these evils; without ~this sorrow disturbing 215 3, 15 | could have avoided future evils by the ~power of His Godhead, 216 3, 46 | My soul ~is filled with evils": upon which the gloss adds: " 217 3, 46 | with the flesh; or with evils, viz. ~of a perishing people, 218 3, 46 | have been filled with these evils except He had suffered in 219 3, 53 | as by various ~degrees of evils, "into corruption?" As though 220 3, 53 | properly speaking, ~by removing evils; but the Resurrection did 221 3, 68 | of the body. ~But of two evils the less should be chosen. 222 3, 80 | choose the lesser of two evils. But it seems to ~be the 223 Suppl, 2 | motives of regret for the more evils that have resulted from 224 Suppl, 3 | Consequently, of two past evils, the mind ~shrinks the more 225 Suppl, 45| in haste; and many other evils result ~therefrom, besides 226 Suppl, 47| Sin is the greatest of evils, and consequently a constant ~ 227 Suppl, 59| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, two evils are a greater impediment 228 Suppl, 67| being permitted lest greater evils should be perpetrated.~Aquin.: 229 Suppl, 72| eyes may not see all the evils ~which I will bring upon 230 Suppl, 95| which is the ~greatest of evils, and thus it is preferred " 231 Suppl, 95| reached the highest of evils. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 232 Suppl, 96| that they will see how the evils which ~they overcame by 233 Appen2, 1| forthwith to the extreme of evils.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 2 Q[


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