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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tell

   Part, Question
1 1, 42 | Ephesus: "Let Splendor ~tell thee that the co-eternal 2 1, 57 | countenance; and doctors can tell some ~passions of the soul 3 1, 42 | Ephesus: "Let Splendor ~tell thee that the co-eternal 4 1, 58 | countenance; and doctors can tell some ~passions of the soul 5 1, 88 | movement enables them to tell things unknown to us." ~ 6 1, 88 | living, asleep or awake, ~and tell them of what takes place 7 2, 19 | if reason or conscience tell us to do ~something which 8 2, 19 | and in like ~manner if it tell us not to do something which 9 2, 19 | man's reason or conscience tell him, that what is indifferent 10 2, 19 | instance, if erring reason tell a man ~that he should go 11 2, 29 | become your enemy ~because I tell you the truth?" [*St. Thomas 12 2, 57 | intellectual virtues, whereby we tell the truth and ~never tell 13 2, 57 | tell the truth and ~never tell a falsehood. But opinion 14 2, 72 | moved by different causes to tell more or less; and in this ~ 15 2, 105 | or more, ~should agree to tell a lie. Therefore it is unreasonably 16 2, 15 | should ask them, they should tell them the meaning of the ~ 17 2, 15 | follow - "and thou shalt tell them to thy children" - 18 2, 26 | Eccl. viii): "Prithee, tell me ~which is the mode of 19 2, 31 | someone in ~particular, to tell him if they know of anything 20 2, 31 | seem that they are bound to tell them ~this, even before 21 2, 31 | prelate commands anyone to tell him anything that he knows 22 2, 31 | bind a ~man under oath to tell the truth.~Aquin.: SMT SS 23 2, 31 | superior or a prelate is to tell the Church. ~Therefore witnesses 24 2, 64 | Hom. in Luc. xii, 18]: "Tell me: which are thine? where 25 2, 67 | Therefore he is not bound to tell the truth: and so he does 26 2, 67 | not sin ~mortally if he tell a lie in court.~Aquin.: 27 2, 67 | Israel, and confess and ~tell me what thou hast done, 28 2, 67 | accused is in duty bound to tell the judge the truth which ~ 29 2, 67 | Hence if he ~refuse to tell the truth which he is under 30 2, 67 | he is under obligation to tell, or if he ~mendaciously 31 2, 74 | maledicere" signifies simply to tell ~someone of another's evil, 32 2, 75 | offer ~advice to all or to tell them the truth about matters 33 2, 75 | virtue, though one should not tell anyone what is false. Much 34 2, 75 | therefore is a seller bound to tell the faults of what he offers 35 2, 75 | Further, if one were bound to tell the faults of what one offers ~ 36 2, 75 | manner, neither need he tell him the ~faults of the goods 37 2, 75 | bound strictly speaking to tell ~everyone the truth about 38 2, 81 | employed, not in order to tell God ~something He does not 39 2, 89 | we use ~words in order to tell him our thoughts which are 40 2, 93 | by the power of God, to tell ~the truth) and another 41 2, 93 | 17): "When astrologers tell the ~truth, it must be allowed 42 2, 93 | especially of those who tell the truth, lest his ~soul 43 2, 93 | ii; Ep. lv): "Those who tell ~fortunes from the Gospel 44 2, 107 | to observe the mean is to tell the truth, when ~one ought, 45 2, 108 | doubt that ~it is a lie to tell a falsehood in order to 46 2, 108 | what is ~said, the will to tell a falsehood, and finally 47 2, 108 | on account of the will to tell an untruth, and effectively, 48 2, 108 | considered as a ~moral virtue, to tell the truth with the intention 49 2, 108 | telling a falsehood ~than to tell a falsehood with the intention 50 2, 108 | which latter led them to tell ~a lie. Hence it is expressly 51 2, 108 | to hide the truth, not to tell a lie, for ~she is called 52 2, 108 | Therefore it is not lawful to tell a lie in ~order to deliver 53 2, 140 | Hence the text ~goes on to tell of the revelation that he 54 2, 169 | foretellers], because they tell from afar ~[porro fantur]," 55 2, 169 | that hath a dream, let ~him tell a dream; and he that hath 56 2, 170 | prophets of the demons ever tell what is true?~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 185 | church, but to those who tell psalms ~or hymns as private 58 3, 36 | those who are born, but to ~tell the future from the hour 59 3, 44 | healed miraculously ~to tell no one, as appears from 60 3, 44 | house to thy friends, and tell them, how great ~things 61 3, 45 | He did not wish them ~to tell others what they had seen 62 3, 83 | according to Jn. 8:46, "If I tell you the truth, why do you ~ 63 3, 84 | read ~(Jn. 3:9): "Who can tell if God will turn and forgive, 64 Suppl, 6 | gathered from Is. 43:26: "Tell, if thou hast anything ~ 65 Suppl, 6 | untruth. But no one ought to tell an untruth in confession, 66 Suppl, 11| and is forced to swear to ~tell the truth - or when an abbot 67 Suppl, 11| corrupted by heresy. He can also tell the prelate to watch over 68 Suppl, 11| that a man can by no means tell another what he has heard 69 Suppl, 19| the "doorkeepers have to tell the good from the ~bad, 70 Suppl, 58| impediment. ~But one cannot tell whether madness is a perpetual 71 Suppl, 69| living appear ~to others and tell them many things in their 72 Suppl, 74| For what He refused ~to tell the apostles, He will not


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