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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deceived

    Part, Question
1 1, 17 | it ~seems that we are not deceived by the senses; and therefore 2 1, 17 | follows that we are not ~deceived in the judgment by which 3 1, 17 | object; and thus ~we are deceived by sense about the object, 4 1, 17 | sense, since sense is ~not deceived as to its proper object. 5 1, 17 | lxxxiii, 32), "Everyone who is deceived, understands not that in ~ 6 1, 17 | not that in ~which he is deceived." But falsity is said to 7 1, 17 | knowledge in ~so far as we are deceived therein. Therefore falsity 8 1, 17 | A[2]) that sight is not deceived in its proper sensible, 9 1, 17 | Hence the intellect is not deceived about the essence of a ~ 10 1, 17 | denying, the intellect may be deceived, by attributing to the thing 11 1, 17 | understood, "that he who is deceived, understands not that ~wherein 12 1, 17 | not that ~wherein he is deceived;" and not in the sense that 13 1, 17 | sense that no one is ever ~deceived in any operation of the 14 1, 17 | principles; ~since it is not deceived about them for the same 15 1, 17 | same reason that it is not ~deceived about what a thing is. For 16 1, 24 | foreknowledge, which cannot ~be deceived, is the book of life." But 17 1, 51 | other substances; being deceived here as ~he was also in 18 1, 52 | Some, however, have been deceived in this matter. For some 19 1, 52 | But they ~were manifestly deceived, because a point is something 20 1, 58 | same. Nor are they ever deceived as to the natural properties 21 1, 59 | their intellect is not ~deceived as to things which are naturally 22 1, 70 | stars of ~heaven, and being deceived by error thou adore and 23 1, 52 | other substances; being deceived here as ~he was also in 24 1, 53 | Some, however, have been deceived in this matter. For some 25 1, 53 | But they ~were manifestly deceived, because a point is something 26 1, 59 | same. Nor are they ever deceived as to the natural properties 27 1, 60 | their intellect is not ~deceived as to things which are naturally 28 1, 71 | stars of ~heaven, and being deceived by error thou adore and 29 1, 83 | reality, yet is it always deceived in some particular. ~Therefore, 30 1, 84 | that "everyone who is ~deceived, does not rightly understand 31 1, 84 | understand that wherein he is deceived." And ~the Philosopher says ( 32 1, 84 | point. For sense is not deceived in its proper object, as ~ 33 1, 84 | Sense, however, may be deceived as ~regards common sensible 34 1, 84 | size. Much more is sense deceived concerning ~accidental sensible 35 1, 84 | however, may be accidentally deceived in the quiddity of ~composite 36 1, 84 | definitions we cannot be deceived ~unless, indeed, we understand 37 1, 84 | the intellect is ~never deceived. In this sense are to be 38 1, 84 | worse, would ~entail being deceived, and such a one would not 39 1, 93 | Whether he could err or be deceived?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 40 1, 93 | his first state could be deceived?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 41 1, 93 | primitive state could have been ~deceived. For the Apostle says (1 42 1, 93 | before sin the woman was deceived.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 43 1, 93 | Wherefore man would have been deceived in the size of what he saw, 44 1, 93 | what he saw, just ~as he is deceived now.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] 45 1, 93 | Therefore he would have been ~deceived, adhering to images as to 46 1, 93 | things, he would have been ~deceived.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 47 1, 93 | before sin Adam could not be deceived in either of ~these ways 48 1, 93 | extend, he might have ~been deceived, if we take deception in 49 1, 93 | and hence it is ~never deceived of itself; but whatever 50 1, 93 | judgment is free we are not deceived by ~such images, but only 51 1, 93 | 1: Though the woman was deceived before she sinned in deed, ~ 52 1, 93 | he would not have ~been deceived, for his reason would have 53 1, 93 | above, so as not to be deceived in a matter to which his 54 1, 109 | They seem to have been deceived on this point, through ~ 55 1, 113 | perpetrates ~"through being deceived by the same blandishments 56 1, 116 | credible that Simon Magus was deceived by some demon who ~pretended 57 2, 2 | But since God cannot be ~deceived, His glory is always true; 58 2, 75 | Are not these they, that ~deceived the children of Israel by 59 2, 77 | Dan. 13:56: "Beauty hath deceived thee." ~Therefore concupiscence 60 2, 114 | Retract. i, 23), he was deceived on this ~point for a time, 61 2, 1 | time, wherein ~some were deceived was not due to their faith, 62 2, 4 | from God, Who cannot be deceived, than about what he sees 63 2, 10 | because "his bodily senses are deceived, ~while his mind does not 64 2, 34 | worm their way into the deceived mind under some ~kind of 65 2, 38 | enemy. Now a man may be deceived by another's word or deed 66 2, 38 | 4~Secondly, a man may be deceived by what we say or do, because 67 2, 44 | thy knowledge, this ~hath deceived thee." Now it belongs to 68 2, 44 | it belongs to folly to be deceived. Therefore ~folly is not 69 2, 45 | ward, lest by degrees we be deceived unawares by evil ~counsel."~ 70 2, 45 | Dan. ~13:56): "Beauty hath deceived thee, and lust hath subverted 71 2, 51 | defect of reason, which is deceived in ~rejecting what before 72 2, 53 | he allows himself to be deceived, which is ~the object of 73 2, 53 | Job ~13:9, "Shall he be deceived as a man, with your fraudulent [ 74 2, 53 | counsel the faithful to be deceived in ~their knowledge, but 75 2, 53 | patiently the effect of being deceived, and ~to endure wrongs inflicted 76 2, 58 | best, may happen ~to be deceived more often than not; yet 77 2, 75 | for instance if a man be deceived in ~regard to more than 78 2, 75 | seller if the buyer ~be deceived in his judgment, and be 79 2, 96 | others and when they are deceived ~themselves"; and he gives 80 2, 105 | supposing him to have been deceived, and to have thought to 81 2, 108 | namely, that someone ~may be deceived.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[ 82 2, 108 | deception, since no one is ~deceived by a jocose lie; seeing 83 2, 108 | instance, if a person be deceived as to some ~contingent particulars 84 2, 151 | Dan. 13:56, "Beauty hath deceived thee, ~and lust hath perverted 85 2, 161 | Reply OBJ 1: The woman was deceived because she was first of 86 2, 163 | consequently more liable to be deceived, and because, ~on account 87 2, 165 | suspicion of them hath deceived many, and hath detained 88 2, 167 | husbands are willing to be deceived by it, by whom alone" ~( 89 2, 176 | baneful error the ~weak be deceived into thinking such deeds 90 2, 186 | for one day, have been deceived so unawares that they were 91 2, 187 | back on finding himself deceived, and thus "the last state 92 3, 5 | Christ was a phantom, Christ deceived us, and if He deceived us, 93 3, 5 | Christ deceived us, and if He deceived us, He is ~not the Truth. 94 3, 19 | 2/4~But herein they were deceived, for what is moved by another 95 3, 21 | says (on Lk. 6:12): "Be not deceived, nor think ~that the Son 96 3, 29 | prince of the world might be ~deceived - he continues thus: "Yet 97 3, 32 | transformation. But in this they are deceived. Because a ~transformation 98 3, 36 | thought that the Magi, "being deceived by the illusory appearance 99 3, 42 | that ~the inventors were deceived by the painters: for as 100 3, 46 | God's foreknowledge ~to be deceived and His will or ordinance 101 3, 46 | right over man, whom ~he had deceived by guile, and whom he held 102 3, 46 | as man was overcome and deceived by the ~devil, so also it 103 3, 47 | nevertheless they were deceived ~afterwards by their rulers, 104 3, 48 | since the devil by treachery deceived and ~subjugated to himself 105 3, 68 | the Church, lest she be ~deceived through baptizing those 106 3, 71 | s ~hostile power, which deceived man." But the Church does 107 3, 75 | that human ~judgment is deceived, if, while the accidents 108 3, 77 | the ~senses; nor is sense deceived in such. Secondly, because 109 3, 77 | of truth the sense is not deceived with regard ~to its proper 110 3, 82 | sacrament. But herein they are deceived, because, as Augustine says ~( 111 Suppl, 19| king can be cheated and deceived in the matter ~of his treasure, 112 Suppl, 35| and the Church will be deceived therein, which is ~inadmissible.~ 113 Suppl, 45| appearances; nor is ~she deceived in justice or right, although 114 Suppl, 45| or right, although she is deceived in the facts ~of the case. 115 Suppl, 46| probability she was not deceived but pretended to be.~ 116 Suppl, 62| that ~the Church has been deceived by false witnesses in pronouncing 117 Suppl, 74| true, and in others was deceived.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 118 Suppl, 88| stars of heaven, and ~being deceived by error thou adore and


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