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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 17 | are called untruths and lies in the ~Scriptures, according 2 1, 17 | true. So idols are called lies, opposed ~to the divine 3 1, 19 | the divine will as much as lies in him, yet falls back ~ 4 1, 54 | act, instantly, so far as lies in itself, action ~accompanies 5 1, 60 | follows counsel, ~which lies in inquiry, as stated in 6 1, 62 | so the degree of vision lies in a determinate mode of ~ 7 1, 63 | so made by God, that it ~lies within its own will to act 8 1, 70 | the perfection of a man lies in his proper parts ~and 9 1, 70 | specific ~gravity, by nature, lies in the fact that whereas 10 1, 71 | seed, the active ~principle lies in the formative power of 11 1, 73 | so our own sole happiness lies in the enjoyment of ~God. 12 1, 74 | whereas the work of creation lies only in the Divine ~act 13 1, 74 | formation of things which lies in ~distinction and adornment. 14 1, 77 | the soul, ~when the body lies senseless, yet not quite 15 1, 55 | act, instantly, so far as lies in itself, action ~accompanies 16 1, 61 | follows counsel, ~which lies in inquiry, as stated in 17 1, 63 | so the degree of vision lies in a determinate mode of ~ 18 1, 64 | so made by God, that it ~lies within its own will to act 19 1, 71 | the perfection of a man lies in his proper parts ~and 20 1, 71 | specific ~gravity, by nature, lies in the fact that whereas 21 1, 71 | seed, the active ~principle lies in the formative power of 22 1, 72 | so our own sole happiness lies in the enjoyment of ~God. 23 1, 73 | whereas the work of creation lies only in the Divine ~act 24 1, 73 | formation of things which lies in ~distinction and adornment. 25 1, 76 | the soul, ~when the body lies senseless, yet not quite 26 1, 77 | reason of this diversity lies in the various souls being ~ 27 1, 86 | something else in which lies the perfection of the work 28 1, 106 | manifests ~to another what lies hidden in the mind. Therefore 29 2, 9 | principle of ~this motion lies in the end. And hence it 30 2, 42 | an act ~of virtue, which lies within our own power. On 31 2, 52 | that of the Stoics, and lies between ~the two preceding 32 2, 55 | in his Rule, that "pride ~lies in wait for good works in 33 2, 57 | art: even ~as when a man lies, while knowing the truth, 34 2, 88 | Rule (Ep. ccxi) that "pride lies in wait for good works that 35 2, 8 | Thus, under the ~accidents lies hidden the nature of the 36 2, 8 | substantial reality, under words ~lies hidden their meaning; under 37 2, 8 | figures the truth they ~denote lies hidden (because the intelligible 38 2, 10 | reason, under whose ~care it lies by nature: and it is for 39 2, 19 | Augustine (Ep. ccxi): "Pride lies in wait for ~good works 40 2, 24 | friendly relations with others lies ~in our relations to ourselves." 41 2, 38 | to ~faithfulness even as lies are. But since we are bound 42 2, 41 | thought or desire of evil lies hidden in the heart, ~wherefore 43 2, 42 | friendly relations with others lies in our relation to ourselves," ~ 44 2, 43 | then peaceable," wherein lies the ultimate effect of wisdom, 45 2, 67 | pernicious lie: and when a man lies in court in order to exculpate ~ 46 2, 67 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He who lies in court by denying his 47 2, 69 | OBJ 1: So long as the ass lies under the burden, there 48 2, 75 | blasphemes over ~his losses; he lies and perjures himself over 49 2, 81 | neighbor's trespasses, ~he lies not, although his words 50 2, 87 | Their mouth hath spoken lies [Vulg.: 'proudly']." Secondly, 51 2, 89 | Therefore the praise of God lies in the ~heart rather than 52 2, 93 | instinct that, unknown ~to man, lies hidden in his mind. And 53 2, 108 | thinking it to be false, lies, according to ~Augustine ( 54 2, 108 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether lies are sufficiently divided 55 2, 108 | jocose, and ~mischievous lies?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[ 56 2, 108 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that lies are not sufficiently divided 57 2, 108 | jocose" and "mischievous" lies. For a division should be 58 2, 108 | injure someone. Therefore lies are ~unfittingly divided 59 2, 108 | xiv) gives eight kinds of ~lies. The first is "in religious 60 2, 108 | that the first division of lies is insufficient.~Aquin.: 61 2, 108 | the aforesaid division of lies is inadequate.~Aquin.: SMT 62 2, 108 | there are three kinds of lies; for some are told for the ~ 63 2, 108 | mischievous lie. Therefore lies are divided into these three ~ 64 2, 108 | Para. 1/7~I answer that, Lies may be divided in three 65 2, 108 | respect to ~their nature as lies: and this is the proper 66 2, 108 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 7), lies are ~of two kinds, namely, 67 2, 108 | Body Para. 2/7~Secondly, lies may be divided with respect 68 2, 108 | being injured. In this way ~lies are divided into the three 69 2, 108 | Body Para. 3/7~Thirdly, lies are divided in a more general 70 2, 108 | contained under ~"mischievous" lies, which are either against 71 2, 108 | that "the liar, when he lies from habit, delights in 72 2, 108 | that these various kinds of lies are enumerated in ~their 73 2, 108 | jocose lie; seeing that lies of this kind are told, not ~ 74 2, 108 | wishes the person to whom he ~lies to have faith in him, and 75 2, 108 | faith with him, when ~he lies to him: and whoever breaks 76 2, 108 | seemingly is the least of lies, is a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: 77 2, 108 | Therefore jocose and ~officious lies are not mortal sins.~Aquin.: 78 2, 109 | Reply OBJ 4: Just as a man lies when he signifies by word 79 2, 109 | that which he ~is not, yet lies not when he refrains from 80 2, 111 | that entangles itself with lies."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] 81 2, 122 | greatest proof of charity lies in the act of martyrdom, ~ 82 2, 143 | choice, but its expression lies in the external conduct.~ 83 2, 160 | evil ~deeds, whereas pride lies in wait for good deeds to 84 2, 160 | says pointedly that it "lies in wait for good deeds"; 85 2, 163 | resisted. Wherefore the serpent lies in wait for the woman's 86 2, 165 | taught their tongue to speak lies, they have labored ~to commit 87 2, 166 | movements, "the man that lies hidden in our hearts is ~ 88 2, 168 | beginning of sin, but it lies hidden in the ~heart; and 89 2, 170 | have of ~themselves, namely lies and sins; while they have, 90 2, 181 | since ~even one who sits or lies down is still, and yet he 91 2, 183 | bind himself, so far as it lies with him, not to seek ~the 92 2, 187 | 20) says: "The young man lies ~when he says: 'All these 93 2, 187 | person entices ~another by lies: for it is to be feared 94 3, 2 | flesh and soul; and herein lies the likeness, for the one 95 3, 26 | seminally ~. . . . . the body lies (not under the guilty, but) 96 3, 26 | seminally ~. . . . . the body lies (not under the guilt, but) 97 3, 46 | Him in return, and herein lies the perfection of ~human 98 3, 48 | for that whose ~principle lies within him. Therefore Christ' 99 3, 50 | man's whole disposition lies virtually; just as the ~ 100 3, 52 | wherein man's beatitude lies, as stated in the ~FS, Q[ 101 3, 54 | of the color. But as it lies within the power of a glorified 102 3, 57 | potentiality of ~reaching thither lies in Christ. So when Aristotle 103 3, 59 | the authority for judging lies with the Father, from whom 104 3, 68 | whose care it naturally lies, and it is according to 105 3, 73 | Perfection is twofold. The first lies within man himself; ~and 106 3, 73 | corporeal and spiritual food lies in ~this, that the former 107 3, 76 | of a child, ~because it lies within the power of a glorified 108 3, 78 | instrumental power which lies ~in the form of this sacrament 109 3, 79 | unbecoming to one that lies dead in his sins. Therefore 110 3, 80 | sacrament; because, so far as lies in him, he lessens the holiness ~ 111 3, 80 | perfection of the sacrament lies ~in both, and consequently, 112 3, 82 | thus the power of Baptism lies both in the words and in 113 3, 82 | For instrumental power lies in several instruments through 114 3, 83 | regarding this sacrament lies ~in whatever may prevent 115 3, 87 | he ~committed, so far as lies in his power, that is to 116 Suppl, 23| communicate with one who lies under such an excommunication. 117 Suppl, 24| however that sometimes a man lies under several ~excommunications 118 Suppl, 24| other ~hand sometimes a man lies under several sentences 119 Suppl, 52| than that under ~which he lies; so that if a slave marry 120 Suppl, 53| obligation under which he lies. because by ~marriage a 121 Suppl, 69| cix) that "the time which ~lies between man's death and 122 Suppl, 81| they are ~sent their course lies in God."~Aquin.: SMT XP


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