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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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involuntary

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1 1, 112 | is voluntary ~rather than involuntary, as stated in the same passage. 2 2, 6 | OF THE VOLUNTARY AND THE INVOLUNTARY (EIGHT ARTICLES)~Since therefore 3 2, 6 | consider the voluntary and involuntary in general; ~secondly, those 4 2, 6 | consider the ~voluntary and the involuntary, and afterwards, the circumstances 5 2, 6 | found to be voluntary or involuntary. Under the first head ~there 6 2, 6 | from the will cannot be involuntary. But some ~violent actions 7 2, 6 | done under compulsion are involuntary."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[ 8 2, 6 | the will is said to be "involuntary." ~Therefore violence causes 9 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The involuntary is opposed to the voluntary. 10 2, 6 | violence cannot make that act involuntary. But as to the commanded 11 2, 6 | Consequently this cannot be called involuntary. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[ 12 2, 6 | is done through fear, is ~involuntary in itself. Therefore, even 13 2, 6 | addition of fear, it is ~involuntary.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[6] 14 2, 6 | through fear, is absolutely involuntary; and is not ~voluntary, 15 2, 6 | is done through fear, is involuntary ~simply.~Aquin.: SMT FS 16 2, 6 | are "voluntary rather than involuntary."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[ 17 2, 6 | partly voluntary and ~partly involuntary. For that which is done 18 2, 6 | are voluntary ~rather than involuntary; for they are voluntary 19 2, 6 | are voluntary simply, but involuntary ~in a certain respect. For 20 2, 6 | is done through fear is involuntary, considered in that ~respect, 21 2, 6 | actually done: but it is ~involuntary, under a certain condition, 22 2, 6 | Fide Orth. ii, 24): "The involuntary ~act deserves mercy or indulgence, 23 2, 6 | be voluntary rather than ~involuntary.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[7] 24 2, 6 | which is done out of fear is involuntary, to a certain ~extent, but 25 2, 6 | concupiscence is nowise involuntary. ~For the man who yields 26 2, 6 | result in the act being involuntary, because in ~things bereft 27 2, 6 | is neither voluntary nor involuntary. But ~sometimes in those 28 2, 6 | involuntariness. For ~"the involuntary act deserves pardon," as 29 2, 6 | follow that every sin is involuntary: which is ~opposed to the 30 2, 6 | done through ignorance is involuntary."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[ 31 2, 7 | circumstances causes an act to be ~involuntary, according to Damascene ( 32 2, 7 | deemed to be voluntary or ~involuntary, according to knowledge 33 2, 17 | organs of generation are ~involuntary," and that the reason of 34 2, 19 | sometimes causes an act to be involuntary, ~and sometimes not. And 35 2, 19 | ignorance causes an act to be involuntary, it takes away the ~character 36 2, 19 | not cause the act ~to be involuntary. Again, it has been stated 37 2, 19 | not cause the act to be involuntary. And I call that ignorance " 38 2, 19 | err with an error that is involuntary, ~either directly, or through 39 2, 19 | that it cause the act to be involuntary, then ~that error of reason 40 2, 19 | and ~causes the act to be involuntary.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 41 2, 20 | external action, is simply involuntary. Now just as the ~involuntary 42 2, 20 | involuntary. Now just as the ~involuntary deserves neither punishment 43 2, 73 | if the act be ~altogether involuntary, it is no longer sinful.~ 44 2, 73 | cause which renders the act ~involuntary, and such a cause diminishes 45 2, 76 | the act which it ~causes involuntary. Now it has already been 46 2, 76 | the meaning of the word involuntary. If, ~however, the knowledge, 47 2, 76 | not make the ~act to be involuntary, does not excuse from sin. 48 2, 76 | since it ~makes it to be involuntary, of its very nature excuses 49 2, 76 | such as to ~be entirely involuntary, either through being invincible, 50 2, 76 | through making it ~altogether involuntary) does not diminish a sin, 51 2, 77 | whatever causes an act to be involuntary, excuses from sin altogether. ~ 52 2, 77 | passion, makes an act to be ~involuntary, according to Gal. 5:17: " 53 2, 77 | it be rendered altogether involuntary. ~Consequently, if the passion 54 2, 77 | the subsequent act ~wholly involuntary, it entirely excuses from 55 2, 77 | act is rendered wholly ~involuntary, and he is entirely excused 56 2, 77 | OBJ 3: Bodily disease is involuntary: there would be a comparison, ~ 57 2, 87 | is voluntary simply, but involuntary in a certain ~respect, as 58 2, 87 | of the voluntary and the ~involuntary (Q[6], A[6]). We must, therefore, 59 2, 105 | if the sin be altogether ~involuntary, man is altogether excused 60 2, 56 | done through ignorance is ~involuntary" (Ethic. iii, 1). Hence 61 2, 59 | persons. of these ~some are involuntary, some voluntary. They are 62 2, 59 | some voluntary. They are involuntary when anyone ~uses another 63 2, 59 | actions, whether voluntary ~or involuntary, the mean is taken in the 64 2, 59 | between the voluntary and the involuntary; for he who does an ~injury 65 2, 59 | punished. Now voluntary and ~involuntary taken in relation to ourselves, 66 2, 62 | committed in relation ~to involuntary commutations; (2) those 67 2, 62 | committed in relation to involuntary ~commutations by doing an 68 2, 63 | far as they consist in an involuntary commutation. ~Therefore 69 2, 64 | through the taking being involuntary ~on the part of the person 70 2, 64 | something is taken. Now the ~involuntary is twofold, namely, through 71 2, 64 | derived ~from something involuntary, as in the sins opposed 72 2, 64 | there is a different kind of involuntary, there is a different ~species 73 2, 64 | violence. Now a thing is more ~involuntary through violence than through 74 2, 66 | injury deserves ~punishment, involuntary deserves forgiveness. Hence 75 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In involuntary commutations, to which are 76 2, 86 | which causes an act to be involuntary and excludes ~devotion. 77 2, 86 | become disagreeable and involuntary after one has taken ~the 78 2, 104 | of the ~voluntary and the involuntary.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 79 2, 106 | ignorance makes an act involuntary. Now vengeance is ~sometimes 80 2, 106 | compulsion of fear is not involuntary ~simply, but has an admixture 81 2, 123 | mixture of voluntary and involuntary.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] A[ 82 2, 148 | resulting defect which is ~involuntary: whereas immoderate use 83 2, 148 | it causes an act to be ~involuntary through ignorance. But on 84 2, 154 | so ~far as it renders it involuntary. On the other hand, ignorance 85 2, 184 | of coercion makes an act involuntary and ~consequently deprives 86 3, 15 | passion were of ~themselves involuntary, and caused sorrow, although 87 3, 40 | but only that ~which is involuntary, in order to avoid which, 88 Suppl, 47| is voluntary ~simply, and involuntary in a certain respect (Cf. 89 Suppl, 47| violence is more voluntary than involuntary. ~Now consent cannot be 90 Suppl, 47| Therefore it is ~not entirely involuntary, and consequently the marriage 91 Suppl, 95| iv), "evil is altogether ~involuntary." Therefore if the damned 92 Suppl, 95| since "evil is altogether involuntary," as Dionysius ~asserts (


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