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guided 37
guides 10
guiding 10
guile 57
guilisarius 1
guilt 365
guilty 248
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57 despise
57 enjoined
57 fell
57 guile
57 humble
57 hypostases
57 indicates
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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guile

   Part, Question
1 2, 87 | He did no ~sin, nor was guile found in His mouth." And 2 2, 53 | is a special sin?~(4) Of guile;~(5) Of fraud;~(6) Of solicitude 3 2, 53 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether guile is a sin pertaining to craftiness?~ 4 2, 53 | OBJ 1: It would seem that guile is not a sin pertaining 5 2, 53 | perfect men. Yet a certain ~guile is to be found in them, 6 2, 53 | crafty I ~caught you by guile." Therefore guile is not 7 2, 53 | you by guile." Therefore guile is not always a sin.~Aquin.: 8 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, guile seems to pertain chiefly 9 2, 53 | act of reason. Therefore guile does not pertain to craftiness.~ 10 2, 53 | written (Prov. 12:20): "Guile [Douay: 'Deceit'] is ~in 11 2, 53 | to craftiness. Therefore guile does not ~seem to belong 12 2, 53 | in wait to deceive": and ~guile aims at this also. Therefore 13 2, 53 | at this also. Therefore guile pertains to craftiness.~ 14 2, 53 | in this way it belongs to guile. Hence guile denotes a ~ 15 2, 53 | belongs to guile. Hence guile denotes a ~certain execution 16 2, 53 | a good sense, so too is guile which is the execution of ~ 17 2, 53 | Doctr. Christ. ii, 3), hence guile is ascribed ~chiefly to 18 2, 53 | chiefly to speech. Yet guile may happen also in deeds, 19 2, 53 | deceitfully with his servants." Guile is also in the ~heart, according 20 2, 53 | without ~craftiness and guile; but as this is more difficult, 21 2, 53 | I answer that, Just as "guile" consists in the execution 22 2, 53 | differ in the fact that "guile" ~belongs in general to 23 2, 53 | that "Venus is full of guile and her ~girdle is many 24 2, 53 | pertains to craftiness, guile, and fraud. Therefore the ~ 25 2, 53 | craftiness, as well as guile and fraud, bear a certain 26 2, 53 | says that "Venus is full of guile," he is referring to a ~ 27 2, 53 | which make use of fraud ~and guile, do not arise directly from 28 2, 54 | injustice, as when ~a man uses guile and fraud in calumniating 29 2, 54 | in the Law, as fraud and guile are, which ~latter pertain 30 2, 54 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: All guile and fraud committed in matters 31 2, 54 | 19:13). ~Yet fraud and guile are wont to be practiced 32 2, 64 | for instance in fraud and guile. In ~this way it does not 33 2, 64 | Secondly, because of the guile or fraud committed by the 34 2, 64 | For ~theft adds fraud and guile to the taking of another' 35 2, 64 | in robbery. Now fraud and guile are sinful in ~themselves, 36 2, 64 | graver import than ~fraud or guile which belong to theft. Hence 37 2, 67 | is exercised by fraud and guile, as ~shown above (Q[55], 38 2, 67 | bound to avow, or to ~employ guile or fraud, because fraud 39 2, 67 | fraud, because fraud and guile have the force of a lie, ~ 40 2, 86 | are said to be capable of guile: and yet they are not, for ~ 41 2, 86 | much they be capable of guile before the years of ~puberty, 42 2, 87 | be due to the ~swearer's guile, he must keep his oath in 43 2, 87 | and tricks his neighbor by guile." If, however, the swearer 44 2, 87 | however, the swearer uses ~no guile, he is bound in accordance 45 2, 109| dissimulation seems to proceed from guile, wherefore ~it is opposed 46 2, 109| opposed to simplicity. Now guile is opposed to prudence as 47 2, 109| accomplishes that purpose, by guile in words, and by fraud in 48 2, 109| relation to prudence, as guile and fraud to simplicity. 49 2, 109| fraud to simplicity. Now ~guile and fraud are directed chiefly 50 2, 187| so as to be capable of guile, which ~use boys attain, 51 2, 187| reason, ~or be capable of guile, does not take effect so 52 3, 14 | 1 Pt. 2:22: "Who did no guile." Therefore ~defects of 53 3, 15 | did no sin, neither was guile found in His ~mouth."~Aquin.: 54 3, 39 | Spirit should be without guile: and from the fire, that 55 3, 42 | I have learned without ~guile, and communicate without 56 3, 46 | whom ~he had deceived by guile, and whom he held subject 57 3, 67 | reasonable milk'] without guile." Now, in carnal ~generation


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