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dissimilarity 3
dissimilitude 11
dissimulate 1
dissimulation 52
dissimulator 1
dissipated 1
dissociated 2
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52 built
52 containing
52 declare
52 dissimulation
52 disturbed
52 dreams
52 easy
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dissimulation

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1 2, 43 | wise man ~"judges without dissimulation [*Vulg.: 'The wisdom that 2 2, 43 | without judging, without dissimulation']". Now it is not for ~all 3 2, 43 | fruits, judging ~without dissimulation [*Vulg.: 'without judging, 4 2, 43 | without judging, without ~dissimulation']." Therefore the beatitude 5 2, 43 | words ~"judging without dissimulation [*Vulg.: 'The wisdom that 6 2, 43 | without judging, without dissimulation']," lest he should ~purpose 7 2, 87 | swearing falsely, and with dissimulation, "he offendeth ~double," [ 8 2, 108| truth, and (1) lying: (2) ~dissimulation or hypocrisy: (3) boasting 9 2, 109| 111] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF DISSIMULATION AND HYPOCRISY (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 10 2, 109| sequence we must consider dissimulation and hypocrisy. Under this ~ 11 2, 109| inquiry:~(1) Whether all dissimulation is a sin?~(2) Whether hypocrisy 12 2, 109| 2) Whether hypocrisy is dissimulation?~(3) Whether it is opposed 13 2, 109| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all dissimulation is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 14 2, 109| 1: It seems that not all dissimulation is a sin. For it is written ~( 15 2, 109| speak craftily savor of dissimulation: and yet it is not to be 16 2, 109| Abraham. Therefore not all dissimulation is a ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 17 2, 109| idols, should teach us that ~dissimulation is useful and sometimes 18 2, 109| 13). Therefore not ~all dissimulation is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 19 2, 109| it." Now it pertains to dissimulation to hide one's sin. Therefore 20 2, 109| to avoid sin. Therefore dissimulation is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 109| always a sin. Therefore dissimulation is always a sin.~Aquin.: 22 2, 109| what is properly denoted by dissimulation. ~Consequently dissimulation 23 2, 109| dissimulation. ~Consequently dissimulation is properly a lie told by 24 2, 109| it follows that also all dissimulation is ~a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 25 2, 109| no need to excuse Jehu's ~dissimulation from sin or lie, because 26 2, 109| reward from God, not for his ~dissimulation, but for his zeal in destroying 27 2, 109| evil: and nevertheless this dissimulation is evil, both because it 28 2, 109| simulates. And ~because dissimulation is evil in itself, its sinfulness 29 2, 109| without ~being guilty of dissimulation. It is thus that we must 30 2, 109| hypocrisy is the same as dissimulation?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] A[ 31 2, 109| hypocrisy is not the same as dissimulation. For ~dissimulation consists 32 2, 109| same as dissimulation. For ~dissimulation consists in lying by deeds. 33 2, 109| hypocrisy is not the same as dissimulation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] A[ 34 2, 109| of perfection. Therefore dissimulation is not the ~same as hypocrisy.~ 35 2, 109| they may please ~men." But dissimulation consists, not in the mere 36 2, 109| hypocrisy is ~not the same as dissimulation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] A[ 37 2, 109| therefore, that hypocrisy is dissimulation, not, ~however, any form 38 2, 109| not, ~however, any form of dissimulation, but only when one person 39 2, 109| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In dissimulation, as in a lie, there are 40 2, 109| are considered in every dissimulation and lie as a sign.~Aquin.: 41 2, 109| virtue of truth. ~For in dissimulation or hypocrisy there is a 42 2, 109| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, all dissimulation seems to proceed from guile, 43 2, 109| Therefore, hypocrisy which is dissimulation is not ~opposed to truth, 44 2, 109| neither is hypocrisy or dissimulation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] A[ 45 2, 109| 1/1~On the contrary, All dissimulation is a lie, as stated above ( 46 2, 109| opposed to truth. Therefore dissimulation or hypocrisy ~is also.~Aquin.: 47 2, 109| Accordingly we must reply that dissimulation or hypocrisy may be opposed ~ 48 2, 109| since hypocrisy is a kind of dissimulation, ~whereby a man simulates 49 2, 109| deed since it is a kind of ~dissimulation. But it is not always a 50 2, 109| holiness, yet, in his case, the dissimulation itself is not ~always a 51 2, 111| whence it is derived: dissimulation of one's own good points.]~ 52 2, 112| to us. Hence there is no dissimulation in this: because we do not ~


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