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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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suspicion

   Part, Question
1 2, 47 | which there are grounds for suspicion; but ~if they think they 2 2, 47 | do not trouble." But a ~suspicion of this kind is due to some 3 2, 57 | falsehood. But opinion and suspicion can be about both truth ~ 4 2, 102 | devotion, but rather from ~suspicion, therefore incense was not 5 2, 105 | order to clear himself of ~suspicion. Secondly, the goods deposited 6 2, 2 | wherein it agrees with doubt, suspicion and opinion. Hence ~it is 7 2, 4 | distinguish it ~from opinion, suspicion, and doubt, which do not 8 2, 31 | signs, as by ill-repute or suspicion; in which cases a prelate 9 2, 46 | order to ~induce a certain suspicion, or to persuade somewhat, 10 2, 47 | his heart, yet if pride or suspicion of flattery arise in his ~ 11 2, 58 | is called ~judgment by "suspicion" or "rash" judgment.~Aquin.: 12 2, 58 | judgment from ~suspicions. For suspicion is seemingly an uncertain 13 2, 58 | states (Ethic. vi, 3) that suspicion is ~about both the true 14 2, 58 | unlawfully. But an evil suspicion consists in nothing more 15 2, 58 | Therefore judgment based on suspicion is not unlawful.~Aquin.: 16 2, 58 | Therefore a judgment based on suspicion would always ~be a mortal 17 2, 58 | Therefore a judgment ~based on suspicion would seem not to be unlawful.~ 18 2, 58 | for the most part on mere ~suspicion."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 19 2, 58 | says (De Invent. Rhet. ii), suspicion denotes ~evil thinking based 20 2, 58 | The first two causes ~of suspicion evidently connote perversity 21 2, 58 | diminishes the nature of suspicion, in as much as experience 22 2, 58 | contrary to the nature of suspicion. Consequently ~suspicion 23 2, 58 | suspicion. Consequently ~suspicion denotes a certain amount 24 2, 58 | there are three degrees of suspicion. The first degree is when 25 2, 58 | as to condemn a ~man on suspicion: this pertains directly 26 2, 58 | ad 3), the judgment of ~suspicion pertains directly to injustice 27 2, 165 | 3:26), "For . . . the ~suspicion of them hath deceived many, 28 3, 36 | character, would have ~aroused suspicion in regard to Christ's greatness: 29 3, 44 | had a sort of conjectural suspicion that He was the ~Son of 30 3, 44 | But it was rather from suspicion than ~from certainty that 31 3, 47 | voluntary one, and ~destroyed suspicion of opposition" to the Father. 32 3, 82 | fellow man on arbitrary suspicion, or even by usurped extraordinary ~ 33 Suppl, 11| objection he ~seems to raise a suspicion of sin, and so to reveal 34 Suppl, 11| yet so as to avoid all ~suspicion of divulging the confession.~ 35 Suppl, 11| objection one does not raise a ~suspicion of crime or divulge the 36 Suppl, 55| laying himself open to ~suspicion. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 37 Suppl, 55| witnessing as being liable to ~suspicion, except those of the party 38 Suppl, 55| be repulsed as open to ~suspicion, unless he swear that the 39 Suppl, 55| are especially open to ~suspicion of love for one party, and 40 Suppl, 62| place which are ~open to suspicion, or "nudas cum nuda."~Aquin.: 41 Suppl, 67| account of the corruption of suspicion in ~the reason they were 42 Suppl, 67| of jealousy, lest mere ~suspicion should corrupt their judgment.


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