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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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superstition

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1 1, 116| confirm the error of heathen superstition. It is ~therefore credible 2 2, 64 | manner, i.e. out of unlawful superstition, or again for ~vainglory, 3 2, 102| Wherein the Law attenuated the superstition of the ~Gentiles, who held 4 2, 90 | TO RELIGION (QQ[92]-114)~SUPERSTITION, i.e. BY WAY OF EXCESS ( 5 2, 90 | OF EXCESS (QQ[92]-96)~OF SUPERSTITION (TWO ARTICLES)~In due sequence 6 2, 90 | come under the head of ~superstition, the latter under that of 7 2, 90 | consider in the first place, superstition and its parts, and afterwards ~ 8 2, 90 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether superstition is a vice opposed to religion?~( 9 2, 90 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether superstition is a vice contrary to religion?~ 10 2, 90 | OBJ 1: It would seem that superstition is not a vice contrary to ~ 11 2, 90 | included in the definition of superstition: for the ~latter is defined 12 2, 90 | indeed a show of wisdom in ~superstition." Therefore superstition 13 2, 90 | superstition." Therefore superstition is not a vice contrary to 14 2, 90 | religious worship. Therefore superstition is not a vice opposed to ~ 15 2, 90 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, superstition seems to denote an excess. 16 2, 90 | what we owe ~Him. Therefore superstition is not a vice contrary to 17 2, 90 | one God, and the beast of ~superstition hath fallen." Now the worship 18 2, 90 | to ~religion. Therefore superstition is contrary to religion.~ 19 2, 90 | Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly superstition is a vice contrary to religion 20 2, 90 | It is in this way that ~superstition is described as religion.~ 21 2, 90 | it does not follow that ~"superstition" means that from which the 22 2, 90 | there are various species of superstition?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[92] A[ 23 2, 90 | are not various species of superstition. ~According to the Philosopher ( 24 2, 90 | Now religion, to which superstition is ~contrary, does not include 25 2, 90 | species. Therefore neither has superstition various species.~Aquin.: 26 2, 90 | But religion, to ~which superstition is opposed, relates to those 27 2, 90 | Q[81], A[1]). Therefore superstition, ~which is opposed to religion, 28 2, 90 | a show of ~wisdom in superstition," adds: "that is to say 29 2, 90 | be reckoned a species of ~superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[92] A[ 30 2, 90 | assigns the various species of superstition ~(De Doctr. Christ. ii, 31 2, 90 | Accordingly the species of superstition are differentiated, first 32 2, 90 | is the first species of ~superstition; or to whom it ought not 33 2, 90 | this is another genus of superstition, divided ~into many species 34 2, 90 | be ~referred "divinatory" superstition, which consults the demons 35 2, 90 | this must be referred ~the superstition of certain "observances."~ 36 2, 90 | come under the head of ~superstition, in so far as they depend 37 2, 91 | 93] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF SUPERSTITION CONSISTING IN UNDUE WORSHIP 38 2, 91 | consider the species of superstition. We shall treat (1) Of ~ 39 2, 91 | shall treat (1) Of ~the superstition which consists in giving 40 2, 91 | the true God; ~(2) Of the superstition of idolatry; (3) of divinatory 41 2, 91 | idolatry; (3) of divinatory superstition; (4) ~of the superstition 42 2, 91 | superstition; (4) ~of the superstition of observances.~Aquin.: 43 2, 91 | on Col. 2:23 says ~that superstition is "the use of human observances 44 2, 91 | Therefore there can be ~superstition by reason of excess even 45 2, 91 | excludes the excess denoted by superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[93] A[ 46 2, 92 | idolatry is a species of superstition?~(2) Whether it is a sin?~( 47 2, 92 | rightly reckoned a species of superstition?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 48 2, 92 | rightly reckoned a species of ~superstition. Just as heretics are unbelievers, 49 2, 92 | species of unbelief and not of superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 50 2, 92 | virtue of religion to which ~superstition is opposed. But latria, 51 2, 92 | idolatry is not a species ~of superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 52 2, 92 | cannot be a species of ~superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 53 2, 92 | Further, it belongs to superstition to give divine honor to 54 2, 92 | Therefore this species of superstition is unfittingly called ~idolatry, 55 2, 92 | Therefore idolatry belongs to superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 56 2, 92 | 92], A[2]), it belongs to superstition ~to exceed the due mode 57 2, 92 | religion. Therefore it is superstition to give ~worship to any 58 2, 92 | come under the head of the superstition of idolatry. ~Wherefore 59 2, 92 | faith by ~outward signs, so superstition is a confession of unbelief 60 2, 92 | idolatry is a species of superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 61 2, 92 | are species of pestiferous superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 62 2, 93 | 95] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF SUPERSTITION IN DIVINATIONS (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 63 2, 93 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider superstition in divinations, under which 64 2, 93 | Whether it is a species of superstition?~(3) Of the species of divination;~( 65 2, 93 | divination is a species of superstition?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 66 2, 93 | divination is not a species of superstition. ~The same thing cannot 67 2, 93 | seemingly, a species of superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 68 2, 93 | religion is due worship, so is superstition ~undue worship. But divination 69 2, 93 | Therefore it does not pertain to superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 70 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, superstition is opposed to religion. 71 2, 93 | divination is not a species of superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 72 2, 93 | divination is a species of superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 73 2, 93 | above (A[1]; QQ[92],94), superstition denotes ~undue divine worship. 74 2, 93 | A[4], ad 2). Wherefore superstition includes not only idolatrous ~ 75 2, 93 | divination is a species of superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 76 2, 93 | future; but it is a kind of ~superstition as regards the mode of operation.~ 77 2, 94 | 96] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF SUPERSTITION IN OBSERVANCES (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 78 2, 94 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider superstition in observances, under which 79 2, 94 | arts of vain and ~noxious superstition, as Augustine declares ( 80 2, 94 | Christ. ii, 20) that "to ~superstition belong the experiments of 81 2, 95 | God is a graver sin than superstition?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 82 2, 95 | God is a graver sin than ~superstition. The greater sin receives 83 2, 95 | latter is the chief form of superstition: ~since for the sin of idolatry 84 2, 95 | God is a graver sin than superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 85 2, 95 | virtue of religion, than superstition which bears ~some likeness 86 2, 95 | God is a graver sin than ~superstition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 87 2, 95 | Therefore the sin of superstition is graver than ~the sin 88 2, 95 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Superstition bears a likeness to religion, 89 2, 120| precept forbids the sin of superstition." But there are many wicked ~ 90 2, 120| OBJ 3: All other kinds of superstition proceed from some compact, ~ 91 2, 120| unbelief. Now unbelief precedes superstition, as ~faith precedes religion. 92 2, 120| preceded the ~first, whereby superstition is forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT 93 2, 120| than the precept forbidding superstition, and ~thus should have preceded 94 2, 120| due, and this pertains to superstition. Secondly, by ~lack, as 95 2, 120| Article that follows). Now superstition hinders ~religion by preventing 96 2, 120| reason the precept forbidding superstition is placed before the ~second 97 2, 136| pertinacity is to ~perseverance as superstition is to religion. But superstition 98 2, 136| superstition is to religion. But superstition is opposed ~to religion, 99 2, 167| others, ~it is a sin of superstition; whereas, if this be done 100 2, 167| the purpose of idolatrous ~superstition. Nevertheless this may be


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