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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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blindness

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1 1, 3 | as its principles; while blindness and ~all other privations 2 1, 5 | some sort ~of being, as blindness deprives us of that being 3 1, 17 | Metaph. iv, 4: v. 27; for blindness is not said except of one 4 1, 48 | sort of evil, for from ~blindness there is no return to sight, 5 1, 48 | return to sight, although blindness is an evil.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 48 | exist?" and thus we speak of blindness as being in ~the eye; or 7 1, 48 | privation of sight is called blindness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 8 1, 48 | good, for the subject of blindness is not "sight," but ~"animal." 9 1, 48 | by darkness, and sight by blindness. Another kind of good is 10 1, 48 | integrity of the thing, as blindness is an evil, as also ~it 11 1, 48 | as sight, destroyed by blindness, or something ~uncreated, 12 1, 49 | sort of evil, for from ~blindness there is no return to sight, 13 1, 49 | return to sight, although blindness is an evil.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 49 | exist?" and thus we speak of blindness as being in ~the eye; or 15 1, 49 | privation of sight is called blindness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 16 1, 49 | good, for the subject of blindness is not "sight," but ~"animal." 17 1, 49 | by darkness, and sight by blindness. Another kind of good is 18 1, 49 | integrity of the thing, as blindness is an evil, as also ~it 19 1, 49 | as sight, destroyed by blindness, or something ~uncreated, 20 1, 110 | the people of ~Sodom with blindness or {aorasia}, so that they 21 1, 110 | which the Latin "caecitas" (blindness) ~does not necessarily imply.] 22 2, 18 | but takes all away: thus ~blindness takes away sight altogether; 23 2, 79 | is the cause of spiritual blindness and hardness of ~heart?~( 24 2, 79 | is the cause of spiritual blindness and hardness of heart?~Aquin.: 25 2, 79 | not the cause of spiritual blindness ~and hardness of heart. 26 2, 79 | made worse by ~spiritual blindness and hardness of heart. Therefore 27 2, 79 | the cause ~of spiritual blindness and hardness of heart.~Aquin.: 28 2, 79 | the cause of spiritual blindness is said to be the malice 29 2, 79 | not the cause of spiritual blindness and hardness of heart.~Aquin.: 30 2, 79 | I answer that, Spiritual blindness and hardness of heart imply 31 2, 79 | the ~cause of spiritual blindness and hardness of heart, just 32 2, 79 | the cause of spiritual blindness and hardness of heart.~Aquin.: 33 2, 79 | is the cause of spiritual blindness, deafness of ear, ~and hardness 34 2, 79 | hence it is that ~spiritual "blindness" corresponds to sight, " 35 2, 79 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Blindness and hardheartedness, as 36 2, 79 | the demeritorious cause of blindness, just as sin ~is the cause 37 2, 79 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether blindness and hardness of heart are 38 2, 79 | OBJ 1: It would seem that blindness and hardness of heart are 39 2, 79 | Now God is the cause of blindness and ~hardness of heart, 40 2, 79 | if He did not turn their blindness to ~their profit: just as 41 2, 79 | him. Therefore God turns blindness to ~the profit of those 42 2, 79 | Therefore God turns all blindness to the spiritual welfare 43 2, 79 | that good may ensue. Now blindness is an evil. Therefore God 44 2, 79 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Blindness is a kind of preamble to 45 2, 79 | et Grat. xxii). Therefore blindness, of its ~very nature, is 46 2, 79 | God's ~mercy, temporary blindness is directed medicinally 47 2, 79 | Therefore as regards some, ~blindness is directed to their healing; 48 2, 79 | 3: That God directs the blindness of some to their spiritual ~ 49 2, 79 | His mercy; but that the blindness of others is ~directed to 50 2, 14 | must now inquire about blindness of mind and dulness of sense, 51 2, 14 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether blindness of mind is a sin?~(2) Whether 52 2, 14 | sense is a sin distinct from blindness of mind?~(3) Whether these 53 2, 14 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether blindness of mind is a sin?~Aquin.: 54 2, 14 | OBJ 1: It would seem that blindness of mind is not a sin. Because, ~ 55 2, 14 | is not itself a sin. Now blindness ~of mind excuses from sin; 56 2, 14 | not have sin." Therefore blindness of mind is not a sin.~Aquin.: 57 2, 14 | differs from guilt. But blindness of mind is ~a punishment 58 2, 14 | a ~punishment. Therefore blindness of mind is not a sin.~Aquin.: 59 2, 14 | De Vera ~Relig. xiv). Now blindness of mind is not voluntary, 60 2, 14 | see the sun." Therefore blindness of mind is not a sin.~Aquin.: 61 2, 14 | Moral. xxxi, 45) reckons blindness of mind ~among the vices 62 2, 14 | answer that, Just as bodily blindness is the privation of the ~ 63 2, 14 | principle of bodily sight, so blindness of mind is the privation 64 2, 14 | soul. This privation is blindness, and is a punishment, ~in 65 2, 14 | In either of these ways blindness of mind is a ~sin.~Aquin.: 66 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The blindness that excuses from sin is 67 2, 14 | considers the second kind of blindness which ~is a punishment.~ 68 2, 14 | sense is a sin distinct from blindness of mind?~Aquin.: SMT SS 69 2, 14 | not a distinct sin from ~blindness of mind. Because one thing 70 2, 14 | Moral. ii, ~49); and so is blindness of mind, since understanding 71 2, 14 | of sense is the same as blindness of mind.~Aquin.: SMT SS 72 2, 14 | understanding, which pertains to blindness of mind. Therefore ~dulness 73 2, 14 | of sense is the same as blindness of mind.~Aquin.: SMT SS 74 2, 14 | chiefly in the ~fact that blindness of mind is voluntary, as 75 2, 14 | from gluttony, and ~that blindness of mind arises from lust. 76 2, 14 | spiritual goods; ~while blindness of mind implies the complete 77 2, 14 | character of ~sin, just as blindness of mind has, that is, in 78 2, 14 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether blindness of mind and dulness of sense 79 2, 14 | OBJ 1: It would seem that blindness of mind and dulness of sense 80 2, 14 | of the flesh. Therefore blindness of mind and dulness of sense ~ 81 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, blindness of mind and dulness of sense 82 2, 14 | the flesh do not ~cause blindness of mind and dulness of sense.~ 83 2, 14 | carnal vices ~are. Therefore blindness of mind and dulness of sense 84 2, 14 | arises from gluttony and blindness of mind from lust.~Aquin.: 85 2, 14 | Wherefore lust gives rise to ~blindness of mind, which excludes 86 2, 30 | are reduced to these, for blindness and ~lameness are kinds 87 2, 71 | most grievous defect, viz. ~blindness of mind. For Gregory says ( 88 2, 105 | the opposite habit: for blindness and deafness differ ~according 89 2, 116 | is struck with spiritual blindness save through a ~mortal sin, 90 2, 151 | unfittingly reckoned ~to be "blindness of mind, thoughtlessness, 91 2, 151 | future world." For mental blindness, thoughtlessness and rashness ~ 92 2, 151 | In this respect we have "blindness of ~mind." The second act 93 2, 151 | words, for through causing ~blindness of mind, lust perverts a 94 3, 44 | show the extent of human blindness, which hardly, and that ~ 95 3, 84 | leprosy and afterwards from blindness. For this reason ~He healed 96 Suppl, 12| be seen in ~the case of blindness and its causes. Yet the 97 Suppl, 95| committed, either through blindness of mind, as ~heretics, or


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