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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deliberation

   Part, Question
1 1, 59 | not with ~the inquisitive deliberation of counsel, but by the sudden 2 1, 60 | instance, the hand is without deliberation exposed to the blow for 3 1, 63 | regarding which one takes deliberation. Therefore much less ~did 4 1, 63 | consent, as man, who requires ~deliberation in order to choose and consent, 5 1, 63 | the time for speech and deliberation which is ~required in us; 6 1, 60 | not with ~the inquisitive deliberation of counsel, but by the sudden 7 1, 61 | instance, the hand is without deliberation exposed to the blow for 8 1, 64 | regarding which one takes deliberation. Therefore much less ~did 9 1, 64 | consent, as man, who requires ~deliberation in order to choose and consent, 10 1, 64 | the time for speech and deliberation which is ~required in us; 11 1, 90 | accustomed to do with more deliberation and care what we have chiefly 12 2, 1 | does many things without deliberation, sometimes ~not even thinking 13 2, 1 | they do not proceed from deliberation of the reason, which is 14 2, 30 | apprehension together ~with deliberation, whence arise those concupiscences 15 2, 45 | from ~passion but with due deliberation. Yet when they are in the 16 2, 73 | sins which proceed from ~deliberation: and these sins are all 17 2, 74 | ourselves, which we do with ~the deliberation of reason," as the Philosopher 18 2, 74 | sensuality, which is without the ~deliberation of reason, is not imputed 19 2, 74 | what he does without the ~deliberation of reason, since the principal 20 2, 74 | imagination, without any deliberation of ~his reason, as when, 21 2, 74 | consequently, if by its deliberation it does not check the ~sinful 22 2, 74 | no act of reason without deliberation. Now every inordinate movement 23 2, 74 | neither will the subsequent deliberation make it a mortal sin; which 24 2, 74 | regard them ~save by way of deliberation. Now deliberate consent 25 2, 74 | simple ~"intuition," and "deliberation," in respect of which it 26 2, 74 | unbelief remains after this deliberation, it ~is a mortal sin. Therefore, 27 2, 74 | the ~principles from which deliberation proceeds, belongs to the 28 2, 74 | as ~well as the act of deliberation: even as in speculative 29 2, 74 | mortal sin in virtue of the deliberation ~which brought it into the 30 2, 89 | not subject to the act of deliberation which proceeds from a ~higher 31 2, 109 | can only be by a previous deliberation; and since ~it cannot go 32 2, 113 | choice, which requires the ~deliberation of counsel, as stated above ( 33 2, 113 | 13], A[1]). Hence, since ~deliberation implies a certain reasoning 34 2, 113 | indeed, it ~happens that deliberation precedes, yet this is not 35 2, 2 | of the mind may be one of deliberation ~either about universal 36 2, 12 | sins committed without deliberation, are not mortal: ~hence 37 2, 12 | because they precede the ~deliberation of the reason, as was shown 38 2, 12 | sometimes occurs without deliberation of the reason. Therefore ~ 39 2, 12 | occur unawares ~and without deliberation. In the first way, by a 40 2, 74 | or in jest, ~or without deliberation, and sins of word should 41 2, 86 | good ~purpose after a firm deliberation of the mind, whereby a man 42 2, 86 | and a purpose presupposes deliberation, since ~it is the act of 43 2, 86 | essential to a vow: the first is deliberation. the second is a purpose 44 2, 86 | is not confirmed by the ~deliberation of the mind, unless the 45 2, 86 | of the mind, unless the deliberation lead to a promise.~Aquin.: 46 2, 86 | religion. Since a vow requires deliberation of the mind, it is ~fitting 47 2, 86 | takes its ~efficacy from the deliberation of the mind, whereby one 48 2, 87 | of a vow arises from the deliberation of ~the mind, a stated above ( 49 2, 87 | something greater than human deliberation, it seems that ~the obligation 50 2, 87 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Deliberation of the mind gives a vow 51 2, 87 | Gospels might be taken ~with deliberation and solemnity, and an oath 52 2, 87 | frivolously and ~without deliberation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 53 2, 96 | on account of the greater deliberation. But if we consider them ~ 54 2, 156 | incompatible with virtue that the deliberation of reason ~be interrupted 55 2, 187 | religion?~(10) Whether serious deliberation with one's relations and 56 2, 187 | proceeding from the interior deliberation of the mind. Such a vow ~ 57 2, 187 | First, through lack of deliberation, as in the case of ~the 58 2, 187 | enter religion without long deliberation ~beforehand and taking counsel 59 2, 187 | 1/1~I answer that, Long deliberation and the advice of many are 60 2, 187 | one should not take long deliberation. Wherefore Jerome ~says ( 61 2, 187 | but what does come under deliberation is ~whether one has the 62 2, 187 | need not be a matter of ~deliberation whether one ought to renounce 63 2, 187 | whereas it is a ~matter of deliberation whether that which one is 64 3, 14 | absolutely, as following the deliberation ~of reason; but only as 65 3, 21 | accordance with reason's deliberation. Whereas what we will in 66 3, 21 | discovered by reason's ~deliberation. Wherefore such a will should 67 3, 34 | choice ~presupposes the deliberation of counsel: for the Philosopher 68 3, 34 | previously the object of ~deliberation." Therefore it seems impossible 69 3, 34 | 2: As soon as counsel or deliberation is ended, there may be ~ 70 3, 34 | But those who need the deliberation of counsel, as soon as this ~ 71 3, 34 | this it is clear that the deliberation of ~counsel does not of 72 Suppl, 58| is capable of sufficient deliberation about marriage, and of mutual ~ 73 Suppl, 58| therefore it is possible after deliberation to consent to marriage ~


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