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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imputed

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | imperfection, which cannot be ~imputed to God. Therefore there 2 1, 22 | manner, so that something is imputed ~to it as a fault, or as 3 1, 23 | no one ought anything be imputed which he cannot ~avoid. 4 1, 23 | Therefore it could not be imputed to any man, were he ~to 5 1, 23 | free-will. Hence it is rightly imputed to him as guilt.~Aquin.: 6 1, 48 | of a ~fault; for this is imputed to anyone as a fault to 7 1, 49 | of a ~fault; for this is imputed to anyone as a fault to 8 1, 83 | against the moral law, is ~not imputed to him as a sin; as Augustine 9 1, 104 | voluntary ~actions are not imputed to man for reward or blame. 10 1, 104 | of the will would not be imputed for ~reward or blame. But 11 1, 112 | men perish is not to be imputed to the ~negligence of the 12 2, 6 | not-willing and ~not-acting is imputed to, as though proceeding 13 2, 21 | or ~blame, from its being imputed to the agent: since to praise 14 2, 21 | action. Now an action is imputed to an agent, when it is 15 2, 73 | to God, the less is a sin imputed to him: for it is ~written ( 16 2, 73 | these sins are all the more imputed to man according as ~he 17 2, 74 | himself does not do is not imputed to him ~as a sin. Now "that 18 2, 74 | deliberation of reason, is not imputed to a man as a sin.~Aquin.: 19 2, 74 | Consequently mortal sin is imputed, not to the ~sensuality, 20 2, 74 | of truth, which error is imputed to ~the reason as a sin, 21 2, 74 | from sin, and the defect is imputed to him as a ~sin. The defect 22 2, 74 | other ~powers, is always imputed to reason as a sin, because 23 2, 74 | this will deservedly by imputed to it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 24 2, 75 | is a man's inordinate act imputed to him as a sin. Therefore ~ 25 2, 76 | sin; ~whereas it is not imputed as a sin to man, if he fails 26 2, 80 | whatever ~man may do, it is not imputed to him as a sin. If, however, 27 2, 80 | burning of wood might be imputed to the man who dried the 28 2, 81 | hand commits would not be imputed as a sin to the hand, considered 29 2, 81 | apart from the body, but is imputed to it as something ~belonging 30 2, 88 | the drunkenness is not imputed to him as a sin, but only 31 2, 110 | whom the Lord hath not ~imputed sin." Hence neither does 32 2, 113 | whom the Lord ~hath not imputed sin." Now the infusion of 33 2, 113 | him to whom the sin is not imputed; for it ~proceeds from the 34 2, 113 | Divine love, that sin is not imputed to a man by God.~Aquin.: 35 2, 10 | through not ~preaching, it is imputed to him who omitted to preach, 36 2, 19 | despair. But this is not imputed to them as their fault but 37 2, 19 | Therefore neither is it imputed to wayfarers as ~their fault, 38 2, 19 | happiness: hence it is not imputed to them ~that they hope 39 2, 62 | it should by no means be imputed to us." Now it sometimes ~ 40 2, 67 | arbitrator. Nor is it to be imputed as a fault to the man who 41 2, 73 | are sins; and if they be imputed to a ~person publicly, it 42 2, 73 | reprehensible deeds ~being imputed to him - and for this purpose 43 2, 77 | the omission begins to be imputed to him as a sin, when the 44 2, 86 | thou delay, it shall be imputed to thee for a sin."~Aquin.: 45 2, 104 | detrimental to him, this is not ~imputed to the person who repays 46 2, 105 | ingratitude, this is not to be imputed to ~the bestower.~Aquin.: 47 2, 140 | wherefore sins are not imputed to those who are ~demented. 48 2, 151 | concupiscence (which is ~not imputed as sin to the regenerate) 49 2, 152 | reason's judgment, is not imputed to him as a sin, as ~neither 50 2, 152 | what it does then is not imputed to it as a sin.~Aquin.: 51 2, 159 | occasion of sin, this is not imputed to the man ~who acts with 52 2, 184 | would seem that it is less imputed to them if they fall ~short 53 3, 69 | as they can, "this is not imputed to ~them, since so little 54 3, 80 | on: "If any evil deed be imputed to a ~bishop or priest, 55 3, 80 | is innocent of each act imputed." But secret sinners must ~ 56 3, 88 | forgiveness of his sins, is not imputed to him. Therefore his ~sins 57 Suppl, 18| For nothing should be ~imputed to a man unto punishment, 58 Suppl, 25| the ~punishment of one is imputed to another.~Aquin.: SMT 59 Suppl, 49| although it be evil it is not imputed as sin ~to the agent, or


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