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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deception

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | text produce confusion and ~deception and destroy all force of 2 1, 54 | is the true good; while deception in us comes properly from 3 1, 58 | Therefore there can be neither deception nor falsehood in the angel' 4 1, 58 | text. 26. But by ~accident, deception and falsehood creep in, 5 1, 58 | no falsehood, error, or deception can exist of itself in ~ 6 1, 55 | is the true good; while deception in us comes properly from 7 1, 59 | Therefore there can be neither deception nor falsehood in the angel' 8 1, 59 | text. 26. But by ~accident, deception and falsehood creep in, 9 1, 59 | no falsehood, error, or deception can exist of itself in ~ 10 1, 88 | the memorative power, and "deception" on the part of a false 11 1, 93 | in the opinion of some, deception may mean two things; ~namely, 12 1, 93 | been deceived, if we take deception in the wide sense of the 13 1, 93 | of itself; but whatever deception occurs must be ascribed ~ 14 1, 93 | state was ~incompatible with deception of the intellect.~Aquin.: 15 1, 110 | themselves. But in this there is ~deception. So as a good angel cannot 16 1, 110 | angel cannot be the cause of deception, it seems ~that he cannot 17 1, 110 | signify; and then there is not deception. But sometimes by the ~angelic 18 1, 110 | imagination; but neither then is deception caused by the angel, but 19 1, 110 | neither was ~Christ a cause of deception when He spoke many things 20 2, 53 | that ~"forgetfulness and deception are the corruption of science." 21 2, 53 | by any forgetfulness or deception whatever: even as the ~Philosopher 22 2, 53 | stated above, says that "deception is ~the corruption of science." 23 2, 53 | Vitae ii) that ~not only "deception," but also "forgetfulness, 24 2, 38 | since they are a kind of deception, seem to pertain to injustice. 25 2, 38 | 2: Further, ambushes and deception seem to be opposed to ~faithfulness 26 2, 108 | every lie is a cause of deception, since no one is ~deceived 27 2, 109 | are directed chiefly to deception, and sometimes ~secondarily 28 2, 109 | simplicity to ~guard oneself from deception, and in this way the virtue 29 2, 110 | seem to be aiming at ~the deception and injury of his neighbor: 30 2, 114 | instance when one ~intends by deception to acquire undue honor or 31 2, 127 | truth-loving, and far removed from deception." ~Therefore magnanimity 32 3, 60 | consequently ~occasions deception: this is clearly seen in 33 3, 60 | equivocal words. But all ~deception should be removed from the 34 3, 60 | ambiguous and the occasion of deception, ~when it signifies many 35 3, 75 | there ought not to be any deception in a sacrament of ~truth. 36 3, 75 | Reply OBJ 2: There is no deception in this sacrament; for the 37 3, 75 | preserved ~by faith from deception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 38 3, 76 | bread. Nor is there any ~deception there, as occurs in the 39 3, 76 | just as Christ without deception appeared to the disciples 40 3, 76 | said already, this is not deception, ~because it is done "to 41 3, 80 | spiritual cause, viz. ~the deception of the demons, who can stir 42 Suppl, 71| But this would amount to a deception unless ~they profited the


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