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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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demon

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1 1, 51 | the purpose; as when ~the demon assumes first the form of 2 1, 51 | born is not the ~child of a demon, but of a man.~ 3 1, 52 | and thus the soul and the demon are at the ~one time in 4 1, 52 | Reply OBJ 3: Not even a demon and a soul are compared 5 1, 52 | is its form, ~while the demon is not. Hence the inference 6 1, 64 | excellence. Therefore the demon is not ~obstinate in malice.~ 7 1, 64 | any good ~work. But the demon performs some good works: 8 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A demon's act is twofold. One comes 9 1, 64 | act. Such an act on the demon's part is ~always wicked; 10 1, 64 | of act is natural to the demon; this can ~be good and bears 11 1, 64 | 1/1~On the contrary, The demon's sin is greater than man' 12 1, 64 | Consequently, since the demon has a perverse and ~obstinate 13 1, 64 | place of ~punishment. For a demon is a spiritual nature. But 14 1, 52 | the purpose; as when ~the demon assumes first the form of 15 1, 52 | born is not the ~child of a demon, but of a man.~~ 16 1, 53 | and thus the soul and the demon are at the ~one time in 17 1, 53 | Reply OBJ 3: Not even a demon and a soul are compared 18 1, 53 | is its form, ~while the demon is not. Hence the inference 19 1, 65 | excellence. Therefore the demon is not ~obstinate in malice.~ 20 1, 65 | any good ~work. But the demon performs some good works: 21 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A demon's act is twofold. One comes 22 1, 65 | act. Such an act on the demon's part is ~always wicked; 23 1, 65 | of act is natural to the demon; this can ~be good and bears 24 1, 65 | 1/1~On the contrary, The demon's sin is greater than man' 25 1, 65 | Consequently, since the demon has a perverse and ~obstinate 26 1, 65 | place of ~punishment. For a demon is a spiritual nature. But 27 1, 88 | Daemon. iii), that "the ~demon's rapidity of movement enables 28 1, 88 | nature is ~inferior to the demon's.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] 29 1, 108 | manifestation of the truth. But one demon can ~manifest truth to another, 30 1, 108 | concept to another. Now the ~demon's perversity does not lead 31 1, 108 | Divine order; and so one demon does not enlighten ~another; 32 1, 110 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The demon cannot put thoughts in our 33 1, 112 | reign with him, in hell a demon to punish him.~Aquin.: SMT 34 1, 113 | does not suffice for the demon's ~malice, which makes use 35 1, 113 | Reply OBJ 3: Although a demon cannot change the will, 36 1, 113 | of a beast by means of a demon's art or power." Therefore 37 1, 113 | from within; in this way a ~demon can work on man's imagination 38 1, 113 | another man: but that the demon, who forms an image in a 39 1, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a demon who is overcome by man, 40 1, 113 | 1: It would seem that a demon who is overcome by a man, 41 1, 113 | effectively. Yet afterwards the demon assailed Him by ~instigating 42 1, 113 | Some say that when once a demon has been overcome he can ~ 43 1, 116 | Magus was deceived by some demon who ~pretended to be the 44 2, 24 | his sin. But the name of ~demon is given to designate a 45 2, 24 | it is for the mind of a demon; consequently the ~friendship 46 2, 88 | the adjuration whereby the demon's ~help is besought in doing 47 2, 93 | some counsel and help of a ~demon, who is either expressly 48 2, 93 | Yet our Lord asked the demon: "What is thy name?" and 49 2, 93 | compact made expressly with a demon by the very fact of invoking 50 2, 93 | or reverence paid to the demon ~invoked. The second reason 51 2, 93 | from the result. For the demon who ~intends man's perdition 52 2, 93 | peace," says: "Although the demon confessed the truth, Christ ~ 53 2, 93 | one thing to question a demon who comes to us ~of his 54 2, 93 | and another to invoke a demon in order to gain from him ~ 55 2, 93 | unknown by invoking the ~demon.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 56 2, 93 | 2), the operation of the demon ~thrusts itself into those 57 2, 93 | so ~the operation of the demon introduces itself therein, 58 2, 156 | way from madness; it is ~a demon while it lasts, indeed more 59 2, 156 | than one harassed by a ~demon." Therefore anger is the 60 2, 161 | being that she believed the demon to have spoken ~truly.~Aquin.: 61 2, 163 | knew that through the ~demon's temptation man would fall 62 2, 163 | resist the temptation ~of the demon.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 63 2, 163 | know what they say when a demon speaks in them. Accordingly ( 64 2, 170 | that which is done by a demon is not Divine. Therefore 65 2, 170 | prophecy can be from a demon.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 66 2, 172 | of God, so that when the demon is ~consulted, God Himself 67 2, 172 | the soul of Samuel, but a demon impersonating him; and ~ 68 3, 26 | the ~immortal and unhappy demon intervene, in order that 69 3, 43 | could not have cast out a demon unless He had overcome Him 70 3, 44 | related (Mk. 9:24,25) that ~a demon at Christ's command, "crying 71 3, 71 | breathings, whereby the ~demon's power is cast out, as 72 3, 71 | sacrament. Nevertheless, the demon's power over man ~remains 73 Suppl, 58| for the repression of the demon's power. ~Therefore a spell 74 Suppl, 58| done by the ~power of a demon.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 75 Suppl, 58| people, who ascribe to the ~demon the terrors which a man 76 Suppl, 58| a remedy by coercing the demon, or the ~demon by desisting. 77 Suppl, 58| coercing the demon, or the ~demon by desisting. For, as wizards 78 Suppl, 58| ought one to invoke the demon's help by witchcraft. Again, 79 Suppl, 58| an impression made by the demon ~on a man's imagination, 80 Suppl, 70| the spirit of a man or ~demon, in the same way as we have 81 Suppl, 70| that ~the spirit of man or demon is united to the corporeal 82 Suppl, 86| yet it is unjust for the demon to be over him. ~Accordingly 83 Suppl, 86| down"; and (Mk. 1:24)* the demon cried out to Christ: "Why


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