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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ignorant

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | common things that no ~one is ignorant of, such as being and non-being, 2 1, 12 | angels." Also they are ~ignorant of future contingent things, 3 1, 13 | anyone should be quite ~ignorant of God altogether, he could 4 1, 14 | that God would be most ignorant if He did not know discord. 5 1, 22 | that, "It is better to ~be ignorant of some things than to know 6 1, 66 | matter intelligible to an ignorant people, except under the 7 1, 66 | earth and water, to the ignorant people to whom ~Moses spoke. 8 1, 67 | Moses was addressing an ignorant people, to whom material 9 1, 68 | that Moses was speaking to ignorant people, and that out of ~ 10 1, 68 | to avoid setting before ignorant persons ~something beyond 11 1, 67 | matter intelligible to an ignorant people, except under the 12 1, 67 | earth and water, to the ignorant people to whom ~Moses spoke. 13 1, 68 | Moses was addressing an ignorant people, to whom material 14 1, 69 | that Moses was speaking to ignorant people, and that out of ~ 15 1, 69 | to avoid setting before ignorant persons something beyond 16 1, 85 | affliction for man, because he is ignorant of things past; and things 17 1, 86 | inquiry. Hence many are ignorant of ~the soul's nature, and 18 1, 88 | separated soul, for ~the soul is ignorant of the future. Therefore 19 1, 88 | substances; and hence they are ignorant of what ~goes on among us. 20 1, 88 | for the living, even if ~ignorant of their state; just as 21 1, 88 | their behalf, though we are ignorant of their state. Moreover, ~ 22 1, 93 | first man would have been ignorant of other men's ~thoughts, 23 1, 102 | it is ~not possible to be ignorant of the end of things if 24 1, 105 | inferior angels were entirely ignorant of the Mystery of the Incarnation ~ 25 1, 107 | not knowledge; as he is ignorant of the order of the ~causes. 26 1, 113 | against ~the strong, and the ignorant against the astute. But 27 1, 113 | astute. But men are weak and ~ignorant, whereas the demons are 28 1, 115 | might instigate a rustic, ignorant of this, to dig a grave 29 2, 6 | otherwise. Thus a man may be ignorant of ~some circumstance of 30 2, 32 | is the act of one who is ignorant of the nature of something, 31 2, 76 | continual in the one ~who is ignorant. Therefore a person in ignorance 32 2, 76 | sin of ignorance. For the ignorant man sins actually indeed, 33 2, 76 | to be sinful) and yet be ~ignorant of the fact that it is his 34 2, 76 | wishes of set purpose to be ignorant of certain ~things that 35 2, 76 | voluntariness remains in the ignorant person, the ~intention of 36 2, 76 | that "every ~evil man is ignorant." Therefore ignorance does 37 2, 76 | when a man is purposely ignorant ~that he may sin more freely, 38 2, 76 | result being that he is ignorant, or as when a man ~willfully 39 2, 76 | whereby "every evil man is ignorant," is not ~the cause of sin 40 2, 78 | Now ~"every evil man is ignorant," according to the Philosopher ( 41 2, 78 | it is thus that a man is ignorant, when he sins ~through certain 42 2, 88 | weakness, as ~when a man is ignorant of the strength of the wine, 43 2, 88 | instance, if anyone being ignorant that simple fornication 44 2, 102 | i.e. he ought not to be ignorant: he must not be lame, i.e. ~ 45 2, 2 | explicitly what the angels are ignorant about: since ~the unfolding 46 2, 2 | incredible that the first man was ignorant about this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 47 2, 2 | be believed that he was ~ignorant of Christ's future Passion, 48 2, 2 | inquired, not as though ignorant himself, but because he 49 2, 5 | by their being altogether ignorant of the object of faith. 50 2, 5 | conclusions, and yet be ~ignorant of other conclusions. Therefore 51 2, 11 | prove that he himself is ~ignorant, or malicious, or even not 52 2, 17 | impossible if they ~were ignorant of the everlastingness of 53 2, 30 | namely, to instruct the ignorant, ~to counsel the doubtful, 54 2, 30 | to instruct anyone who is ignorant ~of what he knows himself.~ 55 2, 41 | matters (as by instructing the ignorant), ~whether such duties arise 56 2, 50 | not as though they were ~ignorant, but by continuing that 57 2, 69 | to ~give counsel, or the ignorant to teach.~Aquin.: SMT SS 58 2, 74 | cursing a sinner if ~one be ignorant of his sentiments." Now 59 2, 81 | useless to pray to one who is ignorant of the ~prayer. But it belongs 60 2, 94 | not only because they are ignorant of the future, but also 61 2, 95 | us. Now it is a sin to be ignorant ~of or to doubt that which 62 2, 98 | None of the faithful is ignorant that ~buying or selling 63 2, 98 | Orders, even though they are ignorant of ~his being guilty of 64 2, 106 | sometimes taken on the ignorant. Thus the children of the 65 2, 142 | entirely unknown to us, who are ignorant of what we do, inspire ~ 66 2, 164 | every vicious person is ignorant of what he ought to ~do."] 67 2, 165 | who forsaking virtue, and ignorant of what God is, and of the 68 2, 171 | Therefore the prophet is not ignorant of what he ~prophesies.~ 69 2, 171 | his natural light, is not ~ignorant of his scientific acquirements. 70 2, 173 | would seem that Paul was not ignorant whether his soul were ~separated 71 2, 173 | would seem that he ~was not ignorant whether his soul were separated 72 2, 179 | the hungry, to teach the ignorant the words of wisdom."~Aquin.: 73 2, 183 | very great he ~cannot be ignorant of the fact; consequently 74 2, 186 | frequently beset those who are ignorant of ~the scriptures. Thus 75 3, 5 | we see an effect and are ignorant ~of its cause, we seek to 76 3, 10 | made by Him. Now He is not ~ignorant of anything that was made 77 3, 10 | is the Church, which is ignorant of this time. Lastly, some ~ 78 3, 15 | 21) that "He assumed an ignorant and enslaved nature." ~Therefore 79 3, 15 | Further, one is said to be ignorant through defect of knowledge. ~ 80 3, 15 | thus Damascene calls it "ignorant and ~enslaved"; hence he 81 3, 15 | wonder belongs only to the ignorant. ~Now there was no ignorance 82 3, 15 | OBJ 1: Although Christ was ignorant of nothing, yet new things ~ 83 3, 18 | choice when it is in an ignorant nature. We may also say 84 3, 18 | but only when it is in an ignorant ~nature.~Aquin.: SMT TP 85 3, 44 | they were illiterate ~and ignorant men . . . wondered." - And 86 3, 51 | Evang. iii): "Some men, ~ignorant of Scriptural language, 87 3, 80 | Augustine]. But if he be ignorant that what he did was a ~ 88 Suppl, 7 | as a man, of which he is ignorant, as ~a judge), and in this 89 Suppl, 9 | is enough for one who is ignorant of a language, to ~confess 90 Suppl, 55| presence of the Church who is ignorant of an impediment ~is not 91 Suppl, 68| marry in ~secret and be ignorant of the impediment, in which 92 Suppl, 68| which ~however they are ignorant, sin not, nor are their 93 Suppl, 72| us, and Israel hath been ignorant of us," says that "the dead 94 Suppl, 72| us, since they would be ignorant of our needs. But this is ~ 95 Suppl, 83| But the philosophers were ignorant of a cessation in the heavenly ~ 96 Suppl, 89| about ~the things they are ignorant of, for the reason that 97 Suppl, 89| the Divine essence may be ~ignorant of certain things. But the 98 Suppl, 89| who hold that angels are ignorant of some things; and yet 99 Suppl, 89| saints in heaven ~will not be ignorant of any of these things. 100 Suppl, 89| saints in heaven will be ignorant of certain things. Hence ~


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