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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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omission

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1 1, 67 | gives as a reason for the omission that ~Moses was addressing 2 1, 74 | saw that it was good." The omission, therefore, of these ~words 3 1, 68 | gives as a reason for the omission that ~Moses was addressing 4 1, 73 | saw that it was good." The omission, therefore, of these ~words 5 2, 71 | reference to the ~sin of omission, about which there have 6 2, 71 | say that in every sin of omission there is some act, either 7 2, 71 | others say, that a sin of ~omission does not necessarily suppose 8 2, 71 | it. For if in the sin of omission we look merely at that in 9 2, 71 | sin consists, ~the sin of omission will be sometimes with an 10 2, 71 | however, in the sin of omission, we consider also the causes, 11 2, 71 | causes, or ~occasions of the omission, then the sin of omission 12 2, 71 | omission, then the sin of omission must of necessity ~include 13 2, 71 | For there is no sin of omission, unless we omit what we ~ 14 2, 71 | either united ~with the omission or preceding it. Now if 15 2, 71 | not in man's ~power, the omission will not be sinful, as when 16 2, 71 | subject to ~the will, the omission is sinful; and such cause, 17 2, 71 | sometimes bears directly on the omission, as when ~a man wills "not 18 2, 71 | very nature, belongs to the omission, because ~the volition of 19 2, 71 | else be united with the omission, ~as when a man wills to 20 2, 71 | church - or, ~precede the omission, as when a man wills to 21 2, 71 | exterior, is accidental to the omission, since the ~omission follows 22 2, 71 | the omission, since the ~omission follows outside the intention, 23 2, 71 | evident that then the sin of omission has indeed an act united 24 2, 71 | with, ~or preceding the omission, but that this act is accidental 25 2, 71 | accidental to the sin of ~omission.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] A[ 26 2, 71 | Reply OBJ 3: The sin of omission is contrary to an affirmative 27 2, 72 | they differ in regard to omission and commission?~(7) Whether 28 2, 72 | Whether sins of commission and omission differ specifically?~Aquin.: 29 2, 72 | that sins of commission and omission differ ~specifically. For " 30 2, 72 | offenses" here denotes sins of omission; while "sin" ~denotes sins 31 2, 72 | against which is the ~sin of omission, are different from the 32 2, 72 | against which ~is the sin of omission. Therefore sins of omission 33 2, 72 | omission. Therefore sins of omission and commission differ ~specifically.~ 34 2, 72 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 3: Further, omission and commission differ as 35 2, 72 | iv, text. 67). ~Therefore omission and commission cannot belong 36 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Omission and commission are found 37 2, 72 | give, ~which is a sin of omission. Therefore omission and 38 2, 72 | sin of omission. Therefore omission and commission do not ~differ 39 2, 72 | material species in sins of omission and commission, they differ ~ 40 2, 72 | formal species of ~sins of omission and commission, they do 41 2, 72 | respect of commission and omission, is not ~according to different 42 2, 74 | neglects it by a ~kind of omission. Therefore the consent to 43 2, 76 | or do, commits a sin of omission. Wherefore ~through negligence, 44 2, 76 | the will; so in a sin of omission not only the act of the ~ 45 2, 76 | will is a sin, but also the omission, in so far as it is in some 46 2, 76 | Just as in other sins of omission, man sins actually only ~ 47 2, 89 | from the ~aforesaid sin of omission, unless it turns to God 48 2, 100 | dispensation, in so far ~as the omission of these precepts in certain 49 2, 100 | the precept concerning the omission of the mode of ~charity.~ 50 2, 10 | peril that ensues from the omission of preaching, ~threatens 51 2, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the omission of a Divine precept is a 52 2, 31 | Para. 4/4~Thirdly, such an omission is a venial sin, when through 53 2, 52 | 2: Further, every sin of omission seems to be due to negligence. 54 2, 52 | negligence. But ~sins of omission are not opposed to prudence, 55 2, 52 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Omission regards the external act, 56 2, 52 | negligence consists in the omission of an act or circumstance ~ 57 2, 52 | negligence consists in the omission of that which is ~necessary 58 2, 60 | Reply OBJ 3: Whenever the omission of a circumstance is contrary 59 2, 77 | special sin?~(3) Whether omission is a special sin?~(4) Of 60 2, 77 | Of the comparison between omission and transgression.~Aquin.: 61 2, 77 | as it is distinct ~from omission which is opposed to an affirmative 62 2, 77 | stated above. The sin of omission, however, is altogether 63 2, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether omission is a special sin?~Aquin.: 64 2, 77 | OBJ 1: It would seem that omission is not a special sin. For 65 2, 77 | original or actual. Now omission is not original sin, for 66 2, 77 | sins in general. Therefore omission is not a special sin.~Aquin.: 67 2, 77 | every sin is voluntary. Now omission sometimes is not ~voluntary 68 2, 77 | from ~doing so. Therefore omission is not always a sin.~Aquin.: 69 2, 77 | possible in the case of omission, since one is ~not altered 70 2, 77 | thing, no matter when the omission occurs, and ~yet the omission 71 2, 77 | omission occurs, and ~yet the omission is not always sinful. Therefore 72 2, 77 | always sinful. Therefore omission is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: 73 2, 77 | special virtue to which omission is ~opposed, both because 74 2, 77 | above (A[1], ad 2), while ~omission may be altogether without 75 2, 77 | altogether without act. Therefore omission is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: 76 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, omission signifies the non-fulfilment 77 2, 77 | above (Q[58], AA[6],7), omission ~is a special sin distinct 78 2, 77 | transgression is opposed, so too is omission distinct from transgression.~ 79 2, 77 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Omission is not original but actual 80 2, 77 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Omission, as stated above, is only 81 2, 77 | wherefore no man sins by omission, if he does not do what 82 2, 77 | virginity, is guilty of an ~omission, not through not having 83 2, 77 | be lacking, there is no ~omission. And in like manner, a person 84 2, 77 | he is not ~guilty of an omission, provided he does what he 85 2, 77 | avoidance of evil, so the sin of omission is ~opposed to affirmative 86 2, 77 | at ~that time the sin of omission begins. But it may happen 87 2, 77 | some say that the sin of omission begins when he ~engages 88 2, 77 | drunkenness was not an ~omission, but the cause of an omission. 89 2, 77 | omission, but the cause of an omission. Consequently, we must say 90 2, 77 | Consequently, we must say that ~the omission begins to be imputed to 91 2, 77 | of which the subsequent omission becomes voluntary.~Aquin.: 92 2, 77 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Omission is directly opposed to justice, 93 2, 77 | requires an act, whereas an omission does not.~Aquin.: SMT SS 94 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Whether a sin of omission is more grievous than a 95 2, 77 | would seem that a sin of omission is more grievous than a 96 2, 77 | seemingly the same as an omission. But "delictum" denotes 97 2, 77 | 5. Therefore the sin of omission is more grievous than the 98 2, 77 | A[1], ad 3). Therefore ~omission is a graver sin than transgression.~ 99 2, 77 | or mortal. ~But sins of omission seem to be always mortal, 100 2, 77 | affirmative precept. Therefore omission would seem to be a graver 101 2, 77 | inflicted for the sin of omission, is a greater ~punishment 102 2, 77 | fault. Therefore the sin of omission is ~graver than the sin 103 2, 77 | an act of virtue, while omission denotes the negation thereof: 104 2, 77 | instance it is a ~sin of omission, if one fail to give one' 105 2, 77 | transgression ~is a graver sin than omission, although a particular omission 106 2, 77 | omission, although a particular omission may be ~graver than a particular 107 2, 77 | sense denotes any kind of ~omission; but sometimes it is taken 108 2, 77 | is taken strictly for the omission of ~something concerning 109 2, 77 | doing good," ~which is an omission, and "doing evil," which 110 2, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as omission is opposed to affirmative 111 2, 77 | mortal sin. Transgression and omission, ~however, may be taken 112 2, 77 | mutable good. In like manner ~omission deserves not only the pain 113 2, 102 | and disobedience for the ~omission of that action through any 114 2, 105 | two ways: first, by mere omission, for instance by ~failing 115 2, 152 | of a thing than ~on the omission of the right use. Wherefore 116 2, 152 | which consists in the ~mere omission of copulation with another. 117 2, 184 | while the ~transgression or omission of other things binds only 118 3, 38 | sacrament, ~not only must the omission be supplied, but the whole 119 3, 38 | only, not merely had the omission ~to be supplied by giving 120 3, 60 | part of the form, such ~an omission does not destroy the essential 121 3, 60 | For this is My Body," the omission of the word "for" does ~ 122 3, 60 | perhaps he who makes the omission may ~sin from negligence 123 3, 83 | people, and therefore the omission of ~either of them causes 124 Suppl, 13| committed, the ~other for his omission, so that it does not follow 125 Suppl, 14| does not incur the guilt of omission ~through neglecting to make 126 Suppl, 14| omit an evil ~deed. But the omission of an evil deed always avoids 127 Suppl, 50| sacraments also in ~the omission either of that which is 128 Suppl, 67| He can. ~The fourth is by omission of punishment, and in this 129 Suppl, 67| greater good, and then the omission of that good becomes ~virtuous 130 Suppl, 67| grant a dispensation, ~the omission of that good is not sinful,


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