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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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negligence

    Part, Question
1 1, 23 | and security would beget negligence in the predestined.~Aquin.: 2 1, 108 | are responsible as regards negligence for the ~evil deeds of their 3 1, 108 | good angels, it seems that negligence is to be ~charged to the 4 1, 112 | guarded redounds to the negligence of ~the guardian; hence 5 1, 112 | not to be imputed to the ~negligence of the angels but to the 6 1, 112 | have fallen through their negligence or through their own ~fault." 7 2, 6 | voluntary, as being due to negligence. Accordingly, if in either 8 2, 19 | voluntary, which is due to negligence, by reason of a man not 9 2, 19 | either directly, or through negligence, so that one errs about 10 2, 19 | circumstance, and ~without any negligence, so that it cause the act 11 2, 40 | security. But security begets negligence which ~hinders action. Therefore 12 2, 40 | security does not beget negligence, ~save in so far as it lessens 13 2, 71 | might be ~deemed guilty of negligence. On the other hand, others 14 2, 76 | omission. Wherefore ~through negligence, ignorance of what one is 15 2, 76 | character of sin; so that negligence, in as ~much as ignorance 16 2, 76 | itself, yet by ~reason of negligence in preparing oneself for 17 2, 76 | knowledge, ~nevertheless the negligence does not remain, by reason 18 2, 76 | from sin. For such like negligence ~renders the ignorance itself 19 2, 84 | to which pertains ~the negligence of a man who declines to 20 2, 84 | can cause sin, is ~due to negligence, as stated above (Q[76], 21 2, 102 | ignorance, and a ram for the negligence of a prince."~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 105 | held responsible for ~less negligence than a depositary, who was 23 2, 105 | extent, on account of his negligence in ~acquiring knowledge: 24 2, 23 | thereto by some previous negligence, ~for which reason venial 25 2, 33 | drowsy and fulfil them with negligence. All ~the other five which 26 2, 51 | 1) Of imprudence; (2) Of negligence ~which is opposed to solicitude.~ 27 2, 51 | sin by reason of a man's negligence in striving to have prudence.~ 28 2, 51 | while "inconstancy" and "negligence" correspond to the ~"command" 29 2, 51 | shrewdness, ~belong to "negligence" and "inconstancy."~Aquin.: 30 2, 51 | account either of a preceding negligence, or of the consequent result, ~ 31 2, 52 | 54] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF NEGLIGENCE (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 32 2, 52 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider negligence, under which head there 33 2, 52 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether negligence is a special sin?~(2) To 34 2, 52 | it opposed?~(3) Whether negligence is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 35 2, 52 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether negligence is a special sin?~Aquin.: 36 2, 52 | OBJ 1: It would seem that negligence is not a special sin. For ~ 37 2, 52 | not a special sin. For ~negligence is opposed to diligence. 38 2, 52 | every ~virtue. Therefore negligence is not a special sin.~Aquin.: 39 2, 52 | not a special sin. ~Now negligence is common to every sin, 40 2, 52 | contrite for his sin. Therefore negligence is not a special sin.~Aquin.: 41 2, 52 | determinate matter. But ~negligence seems to have no determinate 42 2, 52 | for no man is accused of negligence if he ~omit them), nor about 43 2, 52 | Therefore it seems that negligence is not a special ~vice.~ 44 2, 52 | Sins committed through negligence, are distinguished ~from 45 2, 52 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Negligence denotes lack of due solicitude. 46 2, 52 | wherefore it is evident that negligence is a sin, ~and that it must 47 2, 52 | A[9]), it follows that negligence, which denotes ~lack of 48 2, 52 | in any kind of ~sin; so negligence is a special sin on account 49 2, 52 | Properly speaking the matter of negligence is a good that ~one ought 50 2, 52 | but ~because on account of negligence it incurs a lack of goodness, 51 2, 52 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether negligence is opposed to prudence?~ 52 2, 52 | OBJ 1: It would seem that negligence is not opposed to prudence. 53 2, 52 | opposed to prudence. For ~negligence seems to be the same as 54 2, 52 | Q[35], A[3]). Therefore ~negligence is not opposed to prudence.~ 55 2, 52 | omission seems to be due to negligence. But ~sins of omission are 56 2, 52 | moral ~virtues. Therefore negligence is not opposed to prudence.~ 57 2, 52 | some act of reason. But negligence ~does not imply a defect 58 2, 52 | inconstancy." Therefore negligence does not ~pertain to imprudence.~ 59 2, 52 | opposite virtue. ~Therefore negligence is opposed to fear rather 60 2, 52 | time." Now this is due to negligence. ~Therefore negligence is 61 2, 52 | to negligence. ~Therefore negligence is opposed to prudence.~ 62 2, 52 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Negligence is directly opposed to solicitude. 63 2, 52 | Hence, on the other hand, negligence pertains to imprudence. ~ 64 2, 52 | belongs to prudence. Therefore negligence pertains to ~imprudence.~ 65 2, 52 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Negligence is a defect in the internal 66 2, 52 | justice, ~and is an effect of negligence, even as the execution of 67 2, 52 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Negligence regards the act of command, 68 2, 52 | Hence fear makes us avoid negligence, yet not as though ~negligence 69 2, 52 | negligence, yet not as though ~negligence were directly opposed to 70 2, 52 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether negligence can be a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 71 2, 52 | OBJ 1: It would seem that negligence cannot be a mortal sin. 72 2, 52 | aggravates the former," viz. ~negligence. But wherever there is mortal 73 2, 52 | with altogether. Therefore negligence is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 74 2, 52 | Now this would not be, if negligence were a ~mortal sin. Therefore 75 2, 52 | a ~mortal sin. Therefore negligence is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 76 2, 52 | sacrifice was ~prescribed for negligence. Therefore negligence is 77 2, 52 | for negligence. Therefore negligence is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 78 2, 52 | stated above (A[2], ad 3), negligence arises out of a ~certain 79 2, 52 | should command. Accordingly negligence may happen to be a mortal 80 2, 52 | which is omitted through negligence. ~If this be either an act 81 2, 52 | the ~charity of God, such negligence is a mortal sin, and this 82 2, 52 | is the case ~chiefly when negligence is due to contempt.~Aquin.: 83 2, 52 | 3] Body Para. 2/2~But if negligence consists in the omission 84 2, 52 | venial sin, ~provided the negligence arise, not from contempt, 85 2, 52 | charity, and this causes the negligence that is a ~venial sin: secondly 86 2, 52 | love; and this causes the negligence that is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 87 2, 52 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: When negligence consists in the omission 88 2, 71 | backbiter, through fear negligence, or even shame, he sins ~ 89 2, 75 | merchant is ~hardly free from negligence, and a huckster shall not 90 2, 79 | what has been lost ~through negligence, or from being a bond, it 91 2, 81 | becoming manner, not through negligence but ~through frailty."~Aquin.: 92 2, 85 | also because some, through negligence, ~would disregard this precept. 93 2, 97 | and defile it by their ~negligence." But this is done in every 94 2, 105 | but that which arises from negligence. For, as Seneca observes ~( 95 2, 105 | either from some kind of ~negligence or from some disinclination 96 2, 148 | if it ~is not through his negligence, and thus we believe that 97 2, 154 | necessarily, but through a certain negligence of the ~spirit in not resisting 98 2, 154 | but through a certain ~negligence on account of his not standing 99 2, 156 | of many vices, it fosters negligence, and incites not only the 100 2, 167 | with simplicity, with negligence rather than nicety, not 101 2, 185 | result of ~covetousness or negligence, and thus also it is sinful.~ 102 3, 60 | the omission may ~sin from negligence or contempt.~Aquin.: SMT 103 3, 65 | Penance, whether through negligence or through ignorance; order, 104 3, 69 | therein, while ~another by his negligence baffles grace.~Aquin.: SMT 105 3, 89 | former duties with great negligence if they ~were restored to 106 Suppl, 36| without intelligence is "negligence,"* as Cato declares ~(Rudiment.). [*"


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