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excusable 3
excuse 112
excused 109
excuses 61
excusing 6
execrable 1
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61 fit
61 forbids
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excuses

   Part, Question
1 2, 7 | xxxi.]. But involuntariness excuses from ~sin, the consideration 2 2, 19 | ignorance of circumstances excuses malice of the will, ~as 3 2, 19 | Ignorance of circumstances excuses malice of the will, in ~ 4 2, 19 | whether an erring conscience excuses." Now this question ~depends 5 2, 19 | of reason or conscience excuses the will, that abides by 6 2, 19 | circumstance, which ignorance excuses, and ~causes the act to 7 2, 74 | sin, ~on the contrary, it excuses sin: for a man is excused 8 2, 74 | reason is not a sin, and excuses from sin, as is ~evident 9 2, 76 | is a sin?~(3) Whether it excuses from sin altogether?~(4) 10 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether ignorance excuses from sin altogether?~Aquin.: 11 2, 76 | would seem that ignorance excuses from sin altogether. For 12 2, 76 | Therefore ignorance ~excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 13 2, 76 | reason. Therefore ignorance excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 14 2, 76 | involuntary, of its very nature excuses from sin, because ~voluntariness 15 2, 76 | not known. For ignorance excuses from sin, in so far as ~ 16 2, 76 | then such like ignorance ~excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 17 2, 76 | Hence not every ignorance excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 18 2, 76 | of reason ~entirely, it excuses from sin altogether, as 19 2, 76 | that ~the ignorance which excuses from sin altogether (through 20 2, 77 | it?~(7) Whether passion excuses from sin altogether?~(8) 21 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Whether passion excuses from sin altogether?~Aquin.: 22 2, 77 | would seem that passion excuses from sin altogether. For ~ 23 2, 77 | an act to be involuntary, excuses from sin altogether. ~But 24 2, 77 | would." Therefore ~passion excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 25 2, 77 | of a ~particular matter excuses from sin altogether, as 26 2, 77 | A[8]). Therefore passion excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: 27 2, 77 | body. ~But bodily disease excuses from sin altogether, as 28 2, 77 | involuntary, it entirely excuses from sin; otherwise, it 29 2, 77 | particular ignorance which excuses altogether, is ~ignorance 30 2, 78 | passion. Because ignorance excuses from sin either ~altogether 31 2, 78 | objection refers, neither ~excuses nor diminishes a sin, as 32 2, 89 | hinders the use of reason and excuses him from mortal sin, wherefore, ~ 33 2, 10 | that which diminishes or excuses a sin is not, ~seemingly, 34 2, 10 | greatest of sins. Now unbelief excuses or diminishes sin: ~for 35 2, 14 | seemingly, that which excuses from sin is not itself a 36 2, 14 | Now blindness ~of mind excuses from sin; for it is written ( 37 2, 14 | OBJ 1: The blindness that excuses from sin is that which arises ~ 38 2, 60 | once, this very inability ~excuses one from immediate restitution: 39 2, 66 | ignorance of fact which excuses him. ~Therefore it seems 40 2, 66 | proofs, and admitting false excuses.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 41 2, 67 | heart to evil words, to make excuses in sins": on which words 42 2, 68 | fact. Now such ignorance excuses from mortal sin. Therefore ~ 43 2, 123 | mortal sin?~(4) Whether it excuses from sin, or diminishes 44 2, 123 | Para. 1/1~Whether fear excuses from sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 45 2, 123 | 2: Further, if any fear excuses from sin, most of all would 46 2, 123 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Fear excuses, not in the point of its 47 2, 148 | grievous sin?~(4) Whether it excuses from sin?~~Aquin.: SMT SS 48 2, 148 | 1/1~Whether drunkenness excuses from sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 49 2, 166 | injure: in these cases fun excuses from sin, or ~diminishes 50 3, 40 | 3~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord excuses Himself from any transgression 51 3, 40 | 1 Para. 2/3~Secondly, He excuses Himself on the ground that 52 3, 64 | sacrament, unless ignorance excuses him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] 53 3, 80 | ignorance of the fact, which excuses, for instance, ~if a man 54 Suppl, 10| ignorance of fact, which ~excuses from sin. Therefore he receives 55 Suppl, 10| ignorance of fact, wherefore it ~excuses from the sin of insincerity 56 Suppl, 49| matrimony does not ~need these excuses.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 57 Suppl, 51| and ignorance of the fact excuses her from sin, just as she ~ 58 Suppl, 55| being an error of fact ~excuses from sin, as long as it 59 Suppl, 59| Further, true marriage excuses carnal intercourse from 60 Suppl, 68| unless it be affected, excuses unlawful ~intercourse from 61 Suppl, 95| far as it is a necessity, excuses from sin, because every


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