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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lying

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1 1, 17 | vanity, ~and seek after lying?" (Ps. 4:3): as on the other 2 1, 17 | They have laid hold on lying" (Jer. 8:5), that is to 3 1, 113 | are ~sent by God; as the lying spirit was sent to punish 4 1, 113 | all power, and signs, ~and lying wonders." Much more therefore 5 1, 113 | times do the demons ~perform lying wonders.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 113 | Antichrist may be called lying wonders, "either because 7 1, 116 | delivered to ~death the lying Ananias and Saphira." But 8 2, 2 | owe their ~renown to the lying reports spread among the 9 2, 9 | must be the work of the ~lying spirits."~Aquin.: SMT FS 10 2, 100 | blasphemy, or other ways of lying against the teaching of ~ 11 2, 100 | the prohibition against lying (Ex. 23:7): "Thou shalt 12 2, 100 | 23:7): "Thou shalt fly lying," and ~the prohibition against 13 2, 28 | they ~were distressed, and lying like sheep that have no 14 2, 53 | contrary, Craftiness aims at lying in wait, according to Eph. ~ 15 2, 67 | Shameless men are wont by lying to deny their guilt when 16 2, 67 | mankind to ~sin in secret, by lying to hide the sin that has 17 2, 71 | raise another ~man's ass lying "underneath his burden," 18 2, 87 | truth, for many give way to lying, according to Ps. 16:10, ~" 19 2, 87 | another way by punishing the lying witness, and then He is 20 2, 93 | not regard to vanities and lying follies." Now it is ~vain 21 2, 93 | the ~action of unclean and lying spirits who desire to deceive 22 2, 108 | OPPOSED TO TRUTH, AND FIRST OF LYING (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 23 2, 108 | opposed to truth, and (1) lying: (2) ~dissimulation or hypocrisy: ( 24 2, 108 | opposite vice. ~Concerning lying there are four points of 25 2, 108 | of inquiry: ~(1) Whether lying, as containing falsehood, 26 2, 108 | truth?~(2) Of the species of lying;~(3) Whether lying is always 27 2, 108 | species of lying;~(3) Whether lying is always a sin?~(4) Whether 28 2, 108 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether lying is always opposed to truth?~ 29 2, 108 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that lying is not always opposed to 30 2, 108 | incompatible with one another. But lying is compatible with truth, ~ 31 2, 108 | Mendac. iii). Therefore lying is not opposed to truth.~ 32 2, 108 | and in one's life. But ~lying applies only to words, for 33 2, 108 | Accordingly, it seems that ~lying is not directly opposed 34 2, 108 | benevolence or justice. Therefore lying is not opposed to truth.~ 35 2, 108 | opposed to truth. Therefore lying is opposed to truth.~Aquin.: 36 2, 108 | belong to the species of lying, but to perfection ~thereof, 37 2, 108 | Therefore it is evident that ~lying is directly an formally 38 2, 108 | would not be excused from lying.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[ 39 2, 108 | belongs to the perfection of lying, ~but not to its species, 40 2, 108 | told out of mere lust of lying and ~deceiving"; the fifth 41 2, 108 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 7) divides lying into ~"boasting," which 42 2, 108 | and essential division of ~lying. In this way, according 43 2, 108 | an essential division of lying ~itself, because lying as 44 2, 108 | of lying ~itself, because lying as such is opposed to truth, 45 2, 108 | aggravate or diminish the sin of lying, ~on the part of the end 46 2, 108 | intended. Now the sin of lying is aggravated, if ~by lying 47 2, 108 | lying is aggravated, if ~by lying a person intends to injure 48 2, 108 | mischievous" lie, while the sin of lying is diminished if it be directed ~ 49 2, 108 | which aggravate the sin of lying, we have a fourth, ~which 50 2, 108 | told "out of mere lust of lying and deceiving." ~This proceeds 51 2, 108 | from habit, delights in lying."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] 52 2, 108 | the gravity of the sin of lying. For ~the fifth kind is 53 2, 108 | the more is the ~sin of lying diminished in gravity. Wherefore 54 2, 108 | says ~(Ethic. iv, 7) that "lying is in itself evil and to 55 2, 108 | not judge that someone is lying, if several persons fail 56 2, 108 | Judith is praised, not for lying to ~Holofernes, but for 57 2, 108 | decalogue is a ~mortal sin. Now lying is against this precept 58 2, 108 | liar ~breaks his faith in lying, since forsooth he wishes 59 2, 108 | midwives what the sin of lying deserves: since the reward ~ 60 2, 108 | deterred through scandal from lying publicly.~Aquin.: SMT SS 61 2, 108 | to the external act of lying. For thereby they could 62 2, 109 | dissimulation consists in lying by deeds. But there may 63 2, 109 | approval:" and so they make a lying pretense of having a good 64 2, 109 | said above with regard to lying ~(Q[110], A[2]).~Aquin.: 65 2, 109 | the contrary, Hypocrisy is lying by deed since it is a kind 66 2, 110 | irony, which are parts of lying ~according to the Philosopher ( 67 2, 110 | the virtue of truth. For ~lying is opposed to truth. But 68 2, 110 | possible to boast even without ~lying, as when a man makes a show 69 2, 110 | evident from the end of lying; for ~according to the Philosopher ( 70 2, 111 | wert not a sinner before lying, ~thou hast become one by 71 2, 111 | thou hast become one by lying."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] 72 2, 116 | covetousness; which are "lying, fraud, theft, perjury, 73 2, 116 | the seven aforesaid. For lying ~and false witnessing are 74 2, 130 | vanity, and seek after lying?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] 75 2, 160 | is reckoned a species of lying, as stated ~above (Q[110], 76 2, 160 | is reckoned a species of lying, as regards the ~outward 77 2, 167 | a paler complexion is a lying counterfeit. I doubt whether ~ 78 2, 170 | will go forth, and be a lying ~spirit in the mouth of 79 2, 170 | father thereof," i.e. of lying. Now by inspiring his prophets, 80 2, 176 | Peter by upbraiding the lying Ananias and Saphira delivered 81 2, 176 | all ~power, and signs, and lying wonders." To quote the words 82 2, 176 | they are called signs ~and lying wonders, because he will 83 2, 182 | else one ~is guilty of lying, "which consists not only 84 2, 182 | perfection is not guilty of lying ~or deceit through not being 85 2, 184 | adulterers, and the way of ~lying in the Prophets of Jerusalem; 86 3, 29 | espoused, she had no motive for lying, since ~a woman's pregnancy 87 3, 40 | occasion of thieving and lying, or even of perjury. But 88 3, 42 | mouth ~about many things; lying in wait for Him, and seeking 89 3, 44 | midst of those who were lying in wait for Him, and was 90 3, 49 | all power, and signs, and lying wonders, and in all seduction ~ 91 3, 52 | this same air the earth lying beneath can be considered 92 3, 64 | But if demons, who are "lying spirits," were to perform 93 3, 80 | mortal sin, is guilty of lying to this ~sacrament, and 94 3, 80 | did not incur ~the sin of lying to Godlike things, as sinners 95 Suppl, 23| communicate with a person lying under an excommunication 96 Suppl, 70| own body when, the body lying senseless, yet not quite ~ 97 Suppl, 93| that the index finger by ~lying over the thumb and weighing


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