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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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falsehood

    Part, Question
1 1, 14 | knowledge, we consider truth and falsehood. ~Further, as everything 2 1, 17 | understood, there is truth and falsehood." But ~such composition 3 1, 17 | intellect. Therefore truth and falsehood exist ~in the intellect.~ 4 1, 58 | affirmation is known, the falsehood of ~the opposite negation 5 1, 58 | 1/1~Whether there can be falsehood in the intellect of an angel?~ 6 1, 58 | would seem that there can be falsehood in the angel's ~intellect. 7 1, 58 | perversity appertains to falsehood. But, as Dionysius says ~( 8 1, 58 | seems that there can be falsehood in the intellect of the 9 1, 58 | Therefore it seems there can be falsehood in them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 58 | has a depraved reason, has falsehood or error in its intellect. 11 1, 58 | be neither deception nor falsehood in the angel's ~knowledge.~ 12 1, 58 | accident, deception and falsehood creep in, when we understand 13 1, 58 | Para. 2/3~So therefore, no falsehood, error, or deception can 14 1, 58 | there can be no error or falsehood in them. But since the minds 15 1, 58 | since ~there is no error nor falsehood. Therefore the angelic knowledge 16 1, 59 | affirmation is known, the falsehood of the opposite negation 17 1, 59 | 1/1~Whether there can be falsehood in the intellect of an angel?~ 18 1, 59 | would seem that there can be falsehood in the angel's ~intellect. 19 1, 59 | perversity appertains to falsehood. But, as Dionysius says ~( 20 1, 59 | seems that there can be falsehood in the intellect of the 21 1, 59 | Therefore it seems there can be falsehood in them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 22 1, 59 | has a depraved reason, has falsehood or error in its intellect. 23 1, 59 | be neither deception nor falsehood in the angel's ~knowledge.~ 24 1, 59 | accident, deception and falsehood creep in, when we understand 25 1, 59 | Para. 2/3~So therefore, no falsehood, error, or deception can 26 1, 59 | there can be no error or falsehood in them. But since the minds 27 1, 59 | since ~there is no error nor falsehood. Therefore the angelic knowledge 28 1, 84 | mode of abstraction, imply falsehood. But, in the second ~mode 29 1, 84 | another, does not involve falsehood, as clearly ~appears in 30 1, 84 | Did. v, 4) that "truth and falsehood are in ~the mind." But the 31 1, 84 | Q[79], A[1]). Therefore falsehood may be in the mind.~Aquin.: 32 1, 84 | belong to the intellect. But ~falsehood exists in both. Therefore 33 1, 84 | exists in both. Therefore falsehood can be in the intellect.~ 34 1, 84 | faculty. But sin involves ~falsehood: for "those err that work 35 1, 84 | Prov. 14:22). Therefore ~falsehood can be in the intellect.~ 36 1, 84 | The Philosopher says that falsehood is in the intellect in ~ 37 1, 93 | good of the intellect, so falsehood is its evil, as the Philosopher ~ 38 1, 93 | intellect to assent to ~falsehood as if it were truth. For 39 1, 113 | they will lead ~those into falsehood who believe in him."~Aquin.: 40 2, 19 | will; just as truth ~and falsehood regard reason; the act of 41 2, 19 | difference of truth and falsehood, for as much as an opinion 42 2, 57 | intellect is truth, and falsehood is its evil. Wherefore those 43 2, 57 | truth and ~never tell a falsehood. But opinion and suspicion 44 2, 57 | be about both truth ~and falsehood: and so, as stated in Ethic. 45 2, 57 | the truth, and never a falsehood. But this does not seem 46 2, 72 | rectitude of reason, so falsehood, in speculative matters, 47 2, 72 | reality. Now the species of ~falsehood is not diversified by saying 48 2, 72 | sometimes ~he who utters a falsehood, intends to hide the truth, 49 2, 72 | there are different kinds of falsehood, as is evident of the ~" 50 2, 100 | desire. But murder and ~falsehood are, of themselves, objects 51 2, 105 | witnesses to agree to a falsehood, yet it is neither easy 52 2, 114 | account of their sin ~of falsehood they received an earthly 53 2, 6 | compared to ~the act, as falsehood is to faith. Hence, just 54 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Falsehood is contrary to truth. Now 55 2, 12 | not only in respect of the falsehood ~in his intellect, but also 56 2, 12 | species of habits, since the ~falsehood of affirmations and negations 57 2, 12 | God in confirmation of a falsehood.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] A[ 58 2, 12 | upon God to witness to a falsehood, and ~thus seems to assert 59 2, 12 | calls God to witness to a falsehood, not that he ~deems God 60 2, 19 | appetite; while truth and falsehood in the intellect correspond 61 2, 36 | to be blamed, or ~against falsehood, and then he should be praised. 62 2, 36 | it denote a disavowal of falsehood, together ~with an inordinate 63 2, 67 | and another to ~utter a falsehood. The former is lawful sometimes, 64 2, 67 | him, either to ~utter a falsehood, or to withhold a truth 65 2, 68 | justice. Thirdly, owing to the falsehood itself, ~by reason of which 66 2, 69 | him ~to employ any kind of falsehood.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 67 2, 71 | endeavoring to convince him of falsehood, especially if one knows 68 2, 91 | suffer. In the second place, falsehood ~in outward worship occurs 69 2, 91 | as he would be guilty of falsehood who would, in the ~name 70 2, 91 | a man incur the guilt of falsehood who, on the part of the ~ 71 2, 91 | a worship that contains ~falsehood, is inconsistent with a 72 2, 92 | faith so too is it a wicked falsehood to ~pay outward worship 73 2, 92 | is an additional sin of falsehood, as stated above (A[2]).~ 74 2, 93 | entangled in vanity and ~falsehood. Now one makes use of a 75 2, 94 | does not bear ~witness to a falsehood.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 76 2, 96 | of ~inquiry: ~(1) Whether falsehood is necessary for perjury?~( 77 2, 96 | to the truth. ~Therefore falsehood is not necessary for perjury.~ 78 2, 96 | contrary, Perjury is defined "a falsehood confirmed by oath" ~[*Hugh 79 2, 96 | assertion. To this confirmation falsehood is opposed: since an ~assertion 80 2, 96 | that which is false. Hence falsehood directly annuls the end 81 2, 96 | its species chiefly from falsehood. Consequently ~falsehood 82 2, 96 | falsehood. Consequently ~falsehood is essential to perjury.~ 83 2, 96 | reason he is guilty of falsehood, since he is under an obligation 84 2, 96 | danger of ~lapsing into falsehood.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 85 2, 96 | account ~of some measure of falsehood. Since, however, that which 86 2, 96 | material, he that ~swears to a falsehood thinking it true is not 87 2, 96 | call Him to witness to a ~falsehood, because by so doing one 88 2, 96 | willing to bear witness to a falsehood. Therefore ~perjury is manifestly 89 2, 107 | less. For as one incurs falsehood by saying more, so does 90 2, 107 | four ~are three. But "every falsehood is in itself evil, and to 91 2, 107 | because this would imply falsehood. And yet this ~would be 92 2, 108 | Whether lying, as containing falsehood, is always opposed to truth?~( 93 2, 108 | that ~it is a lie to tell a falsehood in order to deceive. Wherefore 94 2, 108 | one of which is that a falsehood may be told; while ~the 95 2, 108 | three things concur, namely, falsehood of what is ~said, the will 96 2, 108 | said, the will to tell a falsehood, and finally the intention 97 2, 108 | deceive, ~then there is falsehood - materially, since what 98 2, 108 | of the will to impart a falsehood.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[ 99 2, 108 | lie is taken from formal falsehood, ~from the fact namely, 100 2, 108 | other ~hand, one utters' falsehood formally, through having 101 2, 108 | the intention of telling a falsehood ~than to tell a falsehood 102 2, 108 | falsehood ~than to tell a falsehood with the intention of telling 103 2, 109 | being good; {hypo} denoting falsehood, and ~{krisis}, judgment."~ 104 2, 116 | Whether treachery, fraud, falsehood, perjury, restlessness, 105 2, 116 | namely, "treachery, fraud, falsehood, perjury, restlessness, ~ 106 2, 116 | Now treachery, fraud, and falsehood ~are opposed to prudence, 107 2, 116 | Further, treachery, fraud and falsehood seem to pertain to the ~ 108 2, 116 | recourse to words, it is "falsehood," if it be mere words, ~" 109 2, 116 | witnessing are comprised under falsehood, since false ~witnessing 110 2, 129 | make use of deceit and falsehood." Yet ~they who, merely 111 2, 130 | not, which pertains to falsehood; or in earthly and perishable 112 2, 159 | the part of truth, not of falsehood." Now some men are of the ~ 113 2, 159 | rank, who cannot, without falsehood, subject themselves to their ~ 114 2, 159 | our own, we cannot incur falsehood. Wherefore a gloss [*St. ~ 115 2, 159 | It is possible, without falsehood, to deem and avow oneself ~ 116 2, 159 | than they." Again, without falsehood one may avow and believe 117 2, 161 | were persuaded to accept a ~falsehood as being true; namely that 118 2, 169 | prophecy does not cover a falsehood, for ~the meaning of the 119 2, 170 | is not, and can cover a falsehood. Now the ~former foreknowledge, 120 2, 170 | never mingles truth with falsehood." Hence ~the teaching of 121 2, 170 | intellect ~is led astray to falsehood by the semblance of truth, 122 2, 170 | truth, ~in Whom there is no falsehood, wherefore He never says 123 2, 176 | wonders, they will seduce into falsehood ~them that believe." They 124 2, 176 | cannot bear witness to a falsehood. ~Therefore it would seem 125 3, 44 | the demons frequently mix falsehood with truth. Or, ~as Chrysostom [* 126 3, 46 | Further, there can be no falsehood underlying faith. But the ~ 127 3, 55 | which we make pretense is a falsehood; but when what we pretend 128 3, 55 | no ~meaning then is it a falsehood. But when our pretense has 129 3, 55 | would be set down as a falsehood, because it is not customary 130 3, 55 | words, are ~feigned without falsehood, in order to denote something 131 3, 68 | because there should be no falsehood in the sacramental signs. 132 Suppl, 6 | A man does not commit a falsehood by making satisfaction ~ 133 Suppl, 9 | four things: first, ~by falsehood, and in this respect confession 134 Suppl, 25| Therefore whoever utters a falsehood in ~preaching, so far as 135 Suppl, 72| resurrection of the body. ~The falsehood of this principle has been


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