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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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harm

    Part, Question
1 1, 80 | suitable, and are productive of harm. For ~example, fire has 2 1, 80 | is suitable, and inflict ~harm, and this is called the 3 1, 80 | or against what inflicts harm, ~from which the concupiscible 4 1, 108 | the bad from inflicting harm.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 5 1, 112 | Antichrist will not do as much harm as he would ~wish.~Aquin.: 6 1, 112 | both bodily and spiritual harm.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 7 2, 7 | or scald him; heal him or harm him, these are circumstances.~ 8 2, 21 | whom he has ~done good or harm; secondly, in respect of 9 2, 21 | conduces to the good or ~harm of an individual, who is 10 2, 21 | retribution for good or ~harm done to another. But a man' 11 2, 21 | or evil, does no good or ~harm to God; for it is written ( 12 2, 36 | is able to inflict some ~harm. But if it be nowise stronger, 13 2, 36 | nowise stronger, it can do no harm at all: wherefore ~it cannot 14 2, 37 | seems to be a very great harm, since ~reason is the most 15 2, 37 | anger ~cause very great harm to the body, by reason of 16 2, 42 | good can by its power bring harm to the good we love: and 17 2, 42 | is more likely to do us a harm.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 18 2, 42 | in his power to do us a harm: thus a man fears another, 19 2, 42 | their anger; ~wherefore the harm they do others is not so 20 2, 42 | their ~anger; wherefore the harm which may be impending from 21 2, 43 | has already ~done him a harm, or because he fears to 22 2, 46 | since each ~seeks to inflict harm on another. But hatred regards 23 2, 46 | befallen him ~on account of the harm he has done the other. The 24 2, 46 | of the cause, viz. the ~harm done by another, and on 25 2, 46 | since they can do us no harm.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 26 2, 47 | contempt of philosophy does not harm the ~philosopher. Therefore 27 2, 47 | Therefore it is not always a harm done to us that makes us ~ 28 2, 47 | tongue he does the other no harm. Therefore ~a man is not 29 2, 47 | cannot do God any actual harm: but ~so far as he himself 30 2, 47 | are angry with those who harm others, and seek to be ~ 31 2, 60 | contrary which has wrought harm. ~Consequently there are 32 2, 63 | is that food should not harm the ~health of the body, 33 2, 70 | our refraining from doing harm to our neighbor ~not only 34 2, 73 | Whether it depends on how much harm ensues?~(9) Whether on the 35 2, 73 | reason of its causing more harm?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 36 2, 73 | reason of its ~causing more harm. Because the harm done is 37 2, 73 | causing more harm. Because the harm done is an issue consequent 38 2, 73 | account of its causing more harm.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 39 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, harm is inflicted by sins against 40 2, 73 | Because ~no one wishes to harm himself: and no one can 41 2, 73 | himself: and no one can harm God, according to Job ~35: 42 2, 73 | aggravated through causing more harm, it would follow that sins ~ 43 2, 73 | OBJ 3: Further, greater harm is inflicted on a man by 44 2, 73 | of its causing a greater harm, it would follow ~that fornication, 45 2, 73 | of its causing a greater harm.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 46 2, 73 | integrity ~of nature is a harm. Therefore a sin is graver 47 2, 73 | according as it does more ~harm.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 48 2, 73 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Harm may bear a threefold relation 49 2, 73 | Because ~sometimes the harm resulting from a sin is 50 2, 73 | something with a mind to harm another, e.g. a murderer 51 2, 73 | this case the quantity of harm aggravates the sin directly, ~ 52 2, 73 | directly, ~because then the harm is the direct object of 53 2, 73 | of the sin. Sometimes the harm ~is foreseen, but not intended; 54 2, 73 | intention is not to do this harm, but to commit ~fornication. 55 2, 73 | again the quantity of the harm done aggravates ~the sin; 56 2, 73 | himself or to another, a harm which he would not wish 57 2, 73 | Sometimes, however, the harm is neither foreseen nor 58 2, 73 | intended: and then ~if this harm is connected with the sin 59 2, 73 | neglecting to consider ~the harm that might ensue, a man 60 2, 73 | on the other hand, the harm ~follow directly from the 61 2, 73 | not seem to apply to penal harm, which the sinner himself ~ 62 2, 73 | himself ~incurs. Such like harm, if accidentally connected 63 2, 73 | on the other hand, this ~harm is directly consequent to 64 2, 73 | nor intended, then greater harm does not make greater ~sin, 65 2, 73 | infliction of a ~greater harm. Thus, an unbeliever who 66 2, 73 | but the ~gravity of this harm is caused by the sole gravity 67 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the harm done aggravates a sin, it 68 2, 73 | aggravates a sin. Wherefore the harm ~itself that ensues aggravates 69 2, 73 | does not follow, supposing harm to be inflicted ~chiefly 70 2, 73 | although no man can do God any harm ~in His substance, yet he 71 2, 73 | knowingly and freely inflicts harm ~on himself, as in the case 72 2, 73 | murderer intends directly to do harm to his neighbors; ~whereas 73 2, 73 | the woman intends not to harm but ~pleasure; secondly, 74 2, 73 | yet it is less grievous to harm oneself ~than another, e.g. 75 2, 73 | an injury redounds to the harm of many.~Aquin.: SMT FS 76 2, 76 | to expediency, since more harm is ~done by the drunk than 77 2, 94 | e.g. that one should not do harm ~to another. Secondly, because 78 2, 95 | prevent the wicked from doing harm." But these things ~are 79 2, 95 | principle that "one should do harm to no ~man": while some 80 2, 95 | the need of preventing any harm ensuing from the law ~itself. 81 2, 96 | reason ~of the manifest harm, that the lawgiver intended 82 2, 97 | according to the extent of the harm ~done in this respect. Such 83 2, 100 | as to all men, by doing harm to none, either ~by deed, 84 2, 100 | or by thought. By deed, harm is done to one's ~neighbor - 85 2, 100 | Thou shalt not steal." Harm done by word is ~forbidden 86 2, 100 | against thy ~neighbor": harm done by thought is forbidden 87 2, 100 | That a man should not do harm to anyone is an immediate ~ 88 2, 100 | that forbid ~the doing of harm are binding on all men. 89 2, 100 | that ~one ought not to do harm to another, which pertains 90 2, 102 | not be true if after death harm ~might come to man through 91 2, 105 | infliction of a grievous harm, and cause a disturbance 92 2, 2 | this rule, he ~does not harm the faith of the simple 93 2, 10 | months. Nor does the Church harm them in this, because ~since 94 2, 11 | is to ~inflict very great harm indeed. Consequently we 95 2, 12 | be evil ~because it does harm. Now the sin of murder, 96 2, 12 | a man's ~life, does more harm than the sin of blasphemy, 97 2, 12 | blasphemy, which can do no harm to ~God. Therefore the sin 98 2, 12 | them in respect of the ~harm wrought by them, murder 99 2, 12 | sin, for murder does more harm ~to one's neighbor, than 100 2, 12 | blasphemer intends to do harm to God's honor, ~absolutely 101 2, 18 | fear," ~whereby one fears harm to one's own person.~Aquin.: 102 2, 31 | secondly as conducing to the ~harm of others, by hurting or 103 2, 31 | prevent him doing such ~harm, unless by chance you were 104 2, 34 | threatens to be an occasion of harm to himself, as when a man 105 2, 34 | lest he may do him some harm: such like ~sorrow is not 106 2, 34 | through fear that it may cause harm either to ~himself, or to 107 2, 38 | passion for ~inflicting harm, the cruel thirst for vengeance, 108 2, 38 | oppressor ~who work bodily harm; not, however, by having 109 2, 38 | be done to avoid temporal harm. But ~fighting on a holy 110 2, 38 | need of avoiding temporal ~harm.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 111 2, 39 | mortal sin that one inflicts harm on another even if the deed 112 2, 39 | or inflicting grievous harm on him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 113 2, 39 | when one man designs to harm another. Now there are ~ 114 2, 39 | which one man may intend to harm another. In one way it is 115 2, 39 | prevailing, he endeavors to harm him with strife and quarrel. 116 2, 40 | subjects ~suffer greater harm from the consequent disturbance 117 2, 41 | a man intends a special harm to his neighbor, and it ~ 118 2, 41 | removal of a special kind of harm.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 119 2, 41 | any ~sin brings spiritual harm to the sinner. Now it seems 120 2, 47 | or that they may ~do less harm. Others there are that occur 121 2, 47 | chance, so as ~to suffer less harm thereby.~ 122 2, 53 | the angry man desires to harm manifestly, as the Philosopher 123 2, 56 | abstains from doing him a ~harm. He does however profit 124 2, 58 | judging, since it will take no harm ~no matter what kind of 125 2, 60 | confer ~reverence or injury, harm or profit on another person, 126 2, 62 | common good, provided it harm nobody: but if it be harmful 127 2, 62 | we unintentionally cause ~harm to anyone, it should by 128 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Harm is done a body by striking 129 2, 63 | wherefore it causes much less harm ~than cutting off a member. 130 2, 63 | unlawful to do a person a harm, ~except by way of punishment 131 2, 63 | not inflict irreparable harm.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 132 2, 64 | theft is a means of doing harm to our neighbor in his ~ 133 2, 64 | inflict an ~irreparable harm, or again for such as contain 134 2, 64 | not inflict an irreparable harm, except ~when it is aggravated 135 2, 65 | He would also inflict harm on the injured person; who 136 2, 66 | himself suffer whatever harm he has intended ~to be inflicted 137 2, 66 | not with a mind to ~do harm, but involuntarily through 138 2, 66 | in ~compensation for the harm he attempts to inflict on 139 2, 70 | they may do many kinds of harm. ~Such is the harm done 140 2, 70 | kinds of harm. ~Such is the harm done to a man to the detriment 141 2, 73 | derision does very much harm: because it turns men away 142 2, 87 | stronger it is, the greater harm it does if it be taken unduly, 143 2, 88 | s name, lest they do ~us harm of soul or body, in accord 144 2, 88 | creatures in order to ~inflict harm on man.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 145 2, 88 | irrational ~creature for our harm. This is the kind of adjuration 146 2, 93 | utility can compare with the harm to spiritual ~health that 147 2, 94 | for child lest it take harm from the evil eye, of which 148 2, 96 | perjurer good rather than harm." ~Again, neither did he 149 2, 97 | irreverently even though he do no harm to the object of his irreverence. ~ 150 2, 104 | benefit himself just as he may harm himself, ~according to Ecclus. 151 2, 106 | such, that it would do more harm to the multitude, either 152 2, 106 | inclination of ~nature to remove harm, for which reason animals 153 2, 106 | concupiscible. Man resists harm by defending himself ~against 154 2, 106 | harming, ~but of removing the harm done. And this belongs to 155 2, 108 | whole body ~perish. Yet less harm is done by raising a false 156 2, 108 | lie in question does no harm to ~one's neighbor; for 157 2, 113 | 2: Further, whoever does harm by words, harms himself 158 2, 113 | of this kind is said to harm more than the sword ~of 159 2, 113 | persecutor, since it does harm to goods that are of greater ~ 160 2, 113 | spiritual goods. Yet it does not harm so ~efficaciously, since 161 2, 113 | the ~intention of doing harm: for such a man harms himself 162 2, 113 | occasional cause of the harm he does to others.~Aquin.: 163 2, 114 | or flattery. For the more harm a sin does the more ~grievous 164 2, 114 | Now flattery does more harm than quarreling, for ~it 165 2, 114 | as the flatterer may do harm by deceiving secretly, so ~ 166 2, 114 | so ~the quarreler may do harm sometimes by assailing openly. 167 2, 114 | it is more grievous to harm a person openly, by ~violence 168 2, 125 | so far ~as it results in harm either to the daring person 169 2, 125 | depend on its effect. Now the harm done by ~daring is its effect. 170 2, 125 | by the ~fear of receiving harm from that source. Hence 171 2, 133 | man, since neither do they harm one's neighbor, nor are 172 2, 135 | grace is greater than the harm ~brought upon us by Adam, 173 2, 142 | reason of some ~advantage or harm resulting therefrom; wherefore 174 2, 142 | are able to do them some harm. And for this ~reason again, 175 2, 142 | this entailed a continual harm to us: whereas the harm 176 2, 142 | harm to us: whereas the harm that comes from ~strangers 177 2, 142 | ashamed on account of the harm they do ~by making many 178 2, 142 | ashamed, on account of the harm that would follow, because, 179 2, 145 | little less cannot do much harm. Now it ~is not a long space 180 2, 145 | such a time cannot do much harm to anyone, whatever his 181 2, 146 | glutton intends, not the harm to his body, but the ~pleasure 182 2, 162 | in respect of ~external harm caused by, for instance, 183 2, 163 | creature outside himself could harm him ~against his own will, 184 2, 187 | religion, sometimes take ~harm therefrom, for sometimes 185 3, 1 | made up adequately for the harm done to the whole of the ~ 186 3, 16 | and worthless things do no harm to the ~Divine Nature, but 187 3, 16 | salvation was the occasion of harm to God?"~Aquin.: SMT TP 188 3, 36 | which arise ~disturbance and harm to others. But, when Christ' 189 3, 36 | Moreover, ~this brought harm to others; because it was 190 3, 44 | cast out, to do man some ~harm, either in his body or in 191 3, 65 | supervening accidental cause of harm; such are Penance and Extreme ~ 192 3, 74 | cannot do the sick much harm: ~yet if there be fear of 193 3, 74 | yet if there be fear of harm, it is not necessary for 194 Suppl, 8 | has reason to fear some ~harm to himself or to the priest 195 Suppl, 15| as he has brought greater harm on himself by his sin."~ 196 Suppl, 21| for inflicting temporal harm?~(4) Whether an excommunication 197 Suppl, 21| for inflicting temporal harm?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 198 Suppl, 21| for inflicting ~a temporal harm. For the punishment should 199 Suppl, 21| excommunication exceeds the harm ~done, it does not exceed 200 Suppl, 21| will compensate him for the harm of excommunication.~Aquin.: 201 Suppl, 25| indulgences would do more harm than good, since, by ~remitting 202 Suppl, 27| the contrary, Good brings harm to no man. But the religious 203 Suppl, 49| marriage act man does not incur harm to his reason ~as to habit, 204 Suppl, 64| and on account ~of the harm that frequently resulted 205 Suppl, 64| the other's good, but the harm to himself.~Aquin.: SMT 206 Suppl, 71| Therefore the dead take no harm if their bodies remain ~ 207 Suppl, 71| wicked man dead takes no harm by being buried in a holy ~


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