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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excuse

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1 1, 78 | sense ~conscience is said to excuse, accuse, or torment. Now, 2 2, 6 | know, that he may have an excuse for sin, or that he ~may 3 2, 7 | worthy of praise or blame, of excuse or ~indictment. In different 4 2, 19 | reason or conscience does not excuse ~the will, that abides by 5 2, 76 | ignorance does not altogether excuse from ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 6 2, 76 | be involuntary, does not excuse from sin. The same applies 7 2, 76 | sin. But it may fail to excuse altogether ~from sin, and 8 2, 76 | ignorance does ~not altogether excuse from sin. If, however, the 9 2, 76 | and ~so it does not always excuse from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 10 2, 76 | committed, and yet does not excuse from the ~sin altogether. 11 2, 77 | Therefore ~passion does not excuse from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 12 2, 77 | otherwise, it does not ~excuse entirely. In this matter 13 2, 77 | such a passion does not excuse from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 14 2, 78 | Therefore there is more excuse for one who sins ~through 15 2, 88 | no longer ~avails as an excuse, for his will seems to choose 16 2, 88 | ignorance be such as to excuse sin altogether, as ~the 17 2, 89 | wherefore, ~much more does it excuse him from venial sin, if 18 2, 109 | without grace does not excuse him from sin.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 5 | sin: but now they have no ~excuse for their sin." Now the 20 2, 10 | has a certain ~reason for excuse, especially when a man sins 21 2, 12 | high," a gloss ~says: "To excuse oneself for sin is the greatest 22 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To excuse oneself for sin is a circumstance 23 2, 13 | certain malice, can offer no excuse in alleviation of his ~punishment. 24 2, 13 | revealed, could have some excuse, on account of the ~weakness 25 2, 13 | the Holy Ghost, had no ~excuse in diminution of their punishment. 26 2, 20 | which is a sin does not excuse from sin: for the ~Master 27 2, 57 | of the law which does not excuse: and he who does an injustice ~ 28 2, 60 | who, nevertheless, may excuse them from so doing.~Aquin.: 29 2, 62 | else there ~would be an excuse for the executions of the 30 2, 86 | s dispensation would not excuse one from sin: for instance, 31 2, 102 | faith in Christ does not excuse the faithful from the obligation 32 2, 106 | love all men. Nor is it an excuse that he ~intends the evil 33 2, 109 | times." There is no need to excuse Jehu's ~dissimulation from 34 2, 123 | seems that fear does not excuse from sin. For fear is a 35 2, 123 | A[1]). But sin does not excuse from sin, rather does it ~ 36 2, 123 | Therefore fear does not excuse from sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 2, 123 | this fear, seemingly, is no excuse, because, since death ~comes, 38 2, 123 | Therefore fear does not excuse from sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 39 2, 123 | of spiritual evil cannot excuse sin, because instead of 40 2, 123 | temporal evil does not ~excuse from sin, because according 41 2, 123 | that in no sense does ~fear excuse from sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 42 2, 123 | heretics, has an ~ostensible excuse."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] 43 2, 148 | that drunkenness does not excuse from sin. For the ~Philosopher 44 2, 148 | Further, one sin does not excuse another, but increases it. 45 2, 148 | Therefore it is not an excuse for sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 46 2, 148 | concupiscence is not an excuse for sin: neither therefore 47 2, 148 | drunkenness may be an excuse for sin, in so far as it 48 2, 148 | 2: Drunkenness may be an excuse for sin, not in the point 49 2, 152 | Juda there is no need to excuse ~him, for he also caused 50 2, 154 | it diminish or entirely excuse the sin, in so ~far as it 51 2, 160 | it belongs to pride to excuse oneself of a ~sin one has 52 2, 160 | pertain to ingratitude. ~To excuse oneself of a sin one has 53 2, 161 | Wherefore her ignorance did not excuse, but aggravated her ~sin, 54 2, 166 | play. For ~that which is an excuse for sin is not held to be 55 2, 166 | Now play is ~sometimes an excuse for sin, for many things 56 2, 166 | the like: and fun is no excuse ~for these; in fact they 57 2, 185 | Yet these things are no excuse, and he proves this, ~as 58 2, 185 | Such persons surely cannot excuse themselves ~from work on 59 3, 21 | allege ignorance as an ~excuse for putting Me to death, 60 3, 29 | 10/12~Thirdly, that all excuse be removed from those virgins 61 3, 29 | cover ~themselves with the excuse that the Mother of the Lord 62 3, 37 | take away from the Jews an excuse for not receiving Him, if ~ 63 3, 37 | take away from the ~Jews an excuse for calumniating Him: for 64 3, 40 | to deprive the Jews of an excuse ~for slandering Him. Fourthly, 65 3, 42 | they ~should have a valid excuse, and say that they had rejected 66 3, 46 | and that there might be no excuse for them who want to divide 67 3, 47 | their ignorance did not excuse them from ~crime, because 68 3, 47 | sin; but now ~they have no excuse for their sin." And afterwards 69 3, 47 | Affected ignorance does not excuse from guilt, but seems, ~ 70 3, 47 | Because the sin which has some excuse cannot be most ~grievous. 71 3, 47 | ignorance, which could not excuse them. Therefore their sin 72 3, 47 | 1: As stated above, the excuse made by our Lord is not 73 3, 68 | this reason did our Lord excuse His disciples from fasting 74 3, 70 | Reply OBJ 3: There was an excuse for the people in the desert 75 3, 80 | which ignorance does not excuse him), he ~thinks something 76 3, 83 | etc. Thirdly, he makes excuse ~for his presumption in 77 Suppl, 2 | will to do evil, ~it will excuse, and there would be no sin: 78 Suppl, 2 | then it does not altogether excuse, but ~only to a certain 79 Suppl, 10| Ignorance of the law does not excuse, because it is a sin ~by 80 Suppl, 10| but ignorance of fact does excuse. Therefore if a man omits 81 Suppl, 41| nothing is the object of excuse save sin. Now the ~marriage 82 Suppl, 41| seems, because some things excuse wholly, others in part. 83 Suppl, 49| are necessary in order to excuse marriage?~(2) Whether those 84 Suppl, 49| are necessary in order to excuse marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP 85 Suppl, 49| not necessary in order ~to excuse marriage. For just as the 86 Suppl, 49| no goods are necessary to excuse the act ~of the nutritive 87 Suppl, 49| therefore are they necessary to excuse ~marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 88 Suppl, 49| virtuous in ~itself needs no excuse. Therefore neither should 89 Suppl, 49| goods be assigned ~for the excuse of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 90 Suppl, 49| A[2]). Now it needs no excuse in so far as it is ~instituted 91 Suppl, 49| would also have needed an excuse ~in paradise, which is false, 92 Suppl, 49| neither does it need an excuse in so ~far as it is intended 93 Suppl, 49| needs be some ~reason for excuse. Now marriage is allowed 94 Suppl, 49| these are the goods which excuse marriage and make ~it right.~ 95 Suppl, 49| goods do not suffice to excuse marriage intercourse.~Aquin.: 96 Suppl, 49| itself, else it would need no excuse. Therefore the addition ~ 97 Suppl, 49| immoderate. Therefore they cannot excuse it from being a sin.~Aquin.: 98 Suppl, 49| shame. Therefore they cannot excuse it from sin.~Aquin.: SMT 99 Suppl, 49| these were not sufficient to excuse it ~marriage would be always 100 Suppl, 49| Therefore these ~goods can excuse marriage so that it is nowise 101 Suppl, 49| thus ignorance is said ~to excuse a sin wholly or partly. 102 Suppl, 49| aforesaid goods are said to excuse the marriage act. Now it 103 Suppl, 49| aforesaid goods sufficiently excuse the marriage act.~Aquin.: 104 Suppl, 49| of ~marriage, but to its excuse, as stated above (A[3]); 105 Suppl, 51| involuntariness, is an ~excuse from sin, so on the same 106 Suppl, 51| marriage. ~Now error does not excuse from sin unless it refer 107 Suppl, 51| involuntariness which is an excuse from sin, as stated above; 108 Suppl, 53| first ~instance cannot be an excuse for a subsequent sin.~Aquin.: 109 Suppl, 65| For there is no need to excuse Jacob's sons from mortal ~ 110 Suppl, 65| such men as we ought to excuse from mortal sin, we must ~ 111 Suppl, 67| hardness of heart did not excuse them from sin. Neither therefore ~ 112 Suppl, 95| voluntary: but it does not excuse, in so far as it proceeds


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