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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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evidence

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1 1, 14 | A[13] Body Para. 2/2~In evidence of this, we must consider 2 1, 23 | determination. For the further ~evidence of which we must remember 3 1, 27 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~In evidence whereof we must observe 4 1, 27 | be called ~generation. In evidence whereof we must consider 5 1, 51 | familiarly with men they may give evidence of ~that intellectual companionship 6 1, 56 | their own ~principles. In evidence whereof it must be borne 7 1, 59 | will in the angels. In ~evidence thereof, it must be borne 8 1, 60 | love in the angels. In ~evidence of this we must bear in 9 1, 60 | such an opinion stands in evidence, if one but consider ~whither 10 1, 61 | universe. ~This stands in evidence from the relationship of 11 1, 64 | willingly, but compelled by the ~evidence of things. Another kind 12 1, 67 | was fitting, then, as an evidence of the Divine wisdom, that ~ 13 1, 52 | familiarly with men they may give evidence of ~that intellectual companionship 14 1, 57 | their own ~principles. In evidence whereof it must be borne 15 1, 60 | a will in the angels. In evidence thereof, it must be borne 16 1, 61 | love in the angels. In ~evidence of this we must bear in 17 1, 61 | such an opinion stands in evidence, if one but consider ~whither 18 1, 62 | universe. ~This stands in evidence from the relationship of 19 1, 65 | willingly, but compelled by the ~evidence of things. Another kind 20 1, 68 | was fitting, then, as an evidence of the Divine wisdom, that ~ 21 1, 102 | is brought into ~greater evidence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 22 2, 67 | things to be hoped for, the evidence of things that appear ~not" ( 23 2, 77 | vehemence of movements is ~evidence of strength rather than 24 2, 97 | new laws, there should be evidence of the benefit ~to be derived, 25 2, 1 | 11:1) that "faith is the ~evidence of things that appear not." ~ 26 2, 1 | not believe unless, on the evidence of signs, or ~of something 27 2, 4 | things to be hoped for, the evidence of things that appear not?"~ 28 2, 4 | things to be ~hoped for, the evidence of things that appear not." 29 2, 4 | genera. ~Now "substance" and "evidence" are different genera, and 30 2, 4 | is both "substance" and "evidence."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[ 31 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, evidence manifests the truth of the 32 2, 4 | contradiction to speak of ~"evidence of things that appear not": 33 2, 4 | indicated by the words, "evidence ~of things that appear not," 34 2, 4 | that appear not," where "evidence" is taken for the result 35 2, 4 | taken for the result of ~evidence. For evidence induces the 36 2, 4 | result of ~evidence. For evidence induces the intellect to 37 2, 4 | truth of ~faith is called "evidence" here. Hence another reading 38 2, 4 | when we describe it as "evidence," we distinguish it ~from 39 2, 4 | as the Apostle's ~words: "Evidence of things that appear not"; 40 2, 4 | OBJ 4: "Substance" and "evidence" as included in the definition 41 2, 4 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Evidence taken from the proper principles 42 2, 4 | make ~it apparent, whereas evidence taken from Divine authority 43 2, 4 | itself, and such is the evidence referred to in the ~definition 44 2, 5 | however, "faith is the evidence of things that appear ~not," 45 2, 5 | not ~based on objective evidence. Thus if a prophet, while 46 2, 5 | compelled to believe, by the ~evidence of signs, and so their will 47 2, 62 | judge according to the evidence, condemns to death a man 48 2, 62 | in ~accordance with the evidence, for it is not he that puts 49 2, 65 | the witnesses in giving evidence; (5) The injustice of ~the 50 2, 65 | judge, on account of the evidence, to ~deliver judgment in 51 2, 65 | he knows, on account of evidence to the contrary?~Aquin.: 52 2, 65 | he knows, on account of evidence to the contrary. For it ~ 53 2, 65 | judgment ~according to the evidence before him if it be contrary 54 2, 65 | Further, the reason why evidence is required in a court of 55 2, 65 | should pay no heed to the evidence, but should ~pronounce sentence 56 2, 65 | sentence according to the evidence but against his conscience ~ 57 2, 65 | and he should admit no evidence that conflicts ~therewith - 58 2, 65 | more rigorously sift the evidence brought forward, and ~discover 59 2, 65 | is unable to reject that ~evidence juridically, he must, as 60 2, 65 | in accordance with the ~evidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 61 2, 65 | convicted at once from the evidence of the fact. If, ~on the 62 2, 65 | for the judge to ~sift the evidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 63 2, 65 | or again, He takes the evidence ~of the fact as regards 64 2, 68 | Whether a man is bound to give evidence?~(2) Whether the evidence 65 2, 68 | evidence?~(2) Whether the evidence of two or three witnesses 66 2, 68 | suffices?~(3) Whether a man's evidence may be rejected without 67 2, 68 | Whether a man is bound to give evidence?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 68 2, 68 | man is not bound to give evidence. Augustine ~say (QQ. Gn. 69 2, 68 | man ~abstains from giving evidence. Therefore a man is not 70 2, 68 | man is not bound to give ~evidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 71 2, 68 | not always bound to give evidence, especially on ~matters 72 2, 68 | priests ~are forbidden to give evidence when a man is on trial for 73 2, 68 | necessary for salvation to give evidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 74 2, 68 | in the matter of giving ~evidence: because sometimes a certain 75 2, 68 | sometimes a certain man's evidence is necessary, and ~sometimes 76 2, 68 | sometimes not. If the necessary evidence is that of a man subject 77 2, 68 | doubt he is bound to give evidence on those points which are ~ 78 2, 68 | he is ~required to give evidence on other points, for instance 79 2, 68 | he is not bound to give ~evidence. On the other hand, if his 80 2, 68 | On the other hand, if his evidence be required by authority 81 2, 68 | distinction: because ~if his evidence is required in order to 82 2, 68 | cases he is bound to give evidence. Even if his evidence is 83 2, 68 | give evidence. Even if his evidence is not ~demanded, he is 84 2, 68 | one is not bound to give evidence, except when one is constrained 85 2, 68 | should by no means give evidence on matters secretly ~committed 86 2, 68 | known either by giving ~evidence or by denouncing it. Against 87 2, 68 | cannot be compelled to give ~evidence when a man is on trial for 88 2, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the evidence of two or three persons 89 2, 68 | It would seem that the evidence of two or three persons 90 2, 68 | unjustly condemned on the evidence of two witnesses (3 ~Kgs. 91 2, 68 | Kgs. 21). Therefore the evidence of two or three witnesses 92 2, 68 | 2: Further, in order for evidence to be credible it must agree. 93 2, 68 | agree. But ~frequently the evidence of two or three disagrees 94 2, 68 | be condemned save on the evidence of seventy-two ~witnesses; 95 2, 68 | Therefore neither is the evidence of two or ~three witnesses 96 2, 68 | judgments are passed and evidence required, it is impossible 97 2, 68 | may be ~determined, the evidence might sometimes be unjust, 98 2, 68 | chiefly in question, their evidence is of no weight, ~because 99 2, 68 | seem to be giving ~distinct evidence and to be speaking of different 100 2, 68 | speaking of the same event. The evidence is not weakened if one ~ 101 2, 68 | the business and of the evidence~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[2] 102 2, 68 | 2/3~Much more ought the evidence of one witness to be rejected 103 2, 68 | there be discrepancy of evidence in circumstances ~not touching 104 2, 68 | discrepancy does not weaken the evidence, because men are ~not wont 105 2, 68 | of this kind renders the evidence more ~credible, as Chrysostom 106 2, 68 | whose sanctity makes their evidence of more weight than that ~ 107 2, 68 | wherefore those ~who give evidence against them should not 108 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man's evidence can be rejected without 109 2, 68 | would seem that a man's evidence ought not to be rejected ~ 110 2, 68 | penalty on some that their ~evidence is inadmissible, as in the 111 2, 68 | would seem that no man's evidence ought to be rejected save 112 2, 68 | that he should give true evidence. Since therefore there can 113 2, 68 | would ~seem that no man's evidence should be rejected save 114 2, 68 | salvation to give ~true evidence, as stated above (A[1]). 115 2, 68 | be ~excluded from giving evidence save for some fault.~Aquin.: 116 2, 68 | A[2]), the authority of evidence is not ~infallible but probable; 117 2, 68 | probable; and consequently the evidence for one side is ~weakened 118 2, 68 | reliability of a person's evidence is weakened, sometimes indeed 119 2, 68 | easily be induced to give evidence against the truth.~Aquin.: 120 2, 68 | manifest that a person's evidence may be rejected either with ~ 121 2, 68 | disqualified from giving evidence this is ~done as a precaution 122 2, 68 | precaution against false evidence rather than as a punishment. ~ 123 2, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To give evidence is necessary for salvation, 124 2, 68 | being excused from giving evidence, if they be ~considered 125 2, 68 | mortal sin to give false evidence?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 126 2, 68 | mortal sin to give false ~evidence. For a person may happen 127 2, 68 | may happen to give false evidence, through ~ignorance of fact. 128 2, 68 | Therefore ~the giving of false evidence is not always a mortal sin.~ 129 2, 68 | this kind ~occurs in false evidence, as when a person gives 130 2, 68 | when a person gives false evidence in order ~to save a man 131 2, 68 | mortal sin to give false evidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 132 2, 68 | mortal sin to give false evidence. ~Therefore the giving of 133 2, 68 | Therefore the giving of false evidence is not always mortal sin.~ 134 2, 68 | 1/1~I answer that, False evidence has a threefold deformity. 135 2, 68 | the prohibition of false evidence by the precept ~of the decalogue 136 2, 68 | account, the giving of ~false evidence is not always a mortal sin.~ 137 2, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: In giving evidence a man ought not to affirm 138 2, 68 | asserts it, because the evidence which he gives is not directly 139 2, 68 | judgment, wherefore the false ~evidence given in an unjust judgment, 140 2, 68 | the greater certitude ~of evidence, the witness is required 141 2, 69 | sentence, nor the witness true evidence." ~Therefore neither can 142 2, 69 | the witness to give ~true evidence. Now justice and truth do 143 2, 69 | not as payment for giving evidence, but as a fee for their 144 2, 107 | the ~truth, or gives true evidence in a court of justice. This 145 2, 121 | apprehension is more in evidence to man, it follows that ~ 146 2, 145 | distinguished by its freedom and the evidence and small number of its ~ 147 2, 185 | former mode of life ~is evidence against them." And he adds 148 3, 2 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, In evidence of this question we must 149 3, 7 | Heb. 11:1): "Faith is the evidence of ~things that appear not." 150 3, 15 | OBJ 3: The spirit gives evidence of fortitude to some extent 151 3, 36 | destroyed, since it is "the evidence of ~things that appear not," 152 3, 40 | should always have given evidence of that which is best. But ~ 153 3, 68 | those same sponsors ~they evidence their renunciation of the 154 3, 76 | convinced of it from the evidence of signs, ~according to 155 3, 80 | are notorious, either from evidence of the fact, as public ~ 156 Suppl, 13| another, unless there be evidence of some defect in the ~penitent, 157 Suppl, 45| pronounced according to the evidence - and the ~deceit in the 158 Suppl, 46| accordance with external evidence, ~and since nothing is more 159 Suppl, 55| are debarred from giving evidence. Now relatives are especially 160 Suppl, 55| other. Therefore ~their evidence should not be taken.~Aquin.: 161 Suppl, 55| order to give the ~judge evidence concerning matters of doubt. 162 Suppl, 55| concerning matters of doubt. Now evidence should be ~afforded the 163 Suppl, 55| accuser and ~witness; that evidence is not taken 'on oath of 164 Suppl, 55| contumacious; that hearsay evidence is admitted; and ~that witnesses 165 Suppl, 60| of conscience, whatever evidence he ~may have of her adultery. 166 Suppl, 62| judgment, as soon as he ~has evidence of her fornication: nor 167 Suppl, 62| Moreover, if he has ~no evidence of the fact, there may be 168 Suppl, 66| several women gives ~more evidence of incontinence than one 169 Suppl, 81| shine forth with great ~evidence: for sense can only perceive 170 Suppl, 84| judgment is to external evidence, so is the Divine ~judgment 171 Suppl, 84| judgment on a matter unless evidence be taken ~on all the points 172 Suppl, 85| correspond proportionately to the evidence. ~Now the evidence both 173 Suppl, 85| to the evidence. ~Now the evidence both of accusation and of


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