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consanguinity 177
conscience 203
consciences 2
conscious 35
consciousness 10
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35 defending
35 devils
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conscious

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | because the intellect is conscious of that ~knowledge, as it 2 1, 17 | that ~knowledge, as it is conscious of truth; whereas in sense 3 1, 20 | because the former is more conscious of the miseries ~of this 4 1, 76 | particular man; for each one is conscious that it is ~himself who 5 1, 76 | and the same man who is conscious both ~that he understands, 6 1, 75 | particular man; for each one is conscious that it is ~himself who 7 1, 75 | and the same man who is conscious both ~that he understands, 8 1, 92 | will; ~which everyone is conscious of possessing; and assigns 9 1, 110 | whoever is enlightened is conscious of being ~enlightened. But 10 1, 110 | enlightened. But man is not conscious of being enlightened by 11 2, 32 | is awakened when ~we are conscious of our ignorance. This is 12 2, 91 | whereby each one knows, and is conscious of, what is good and what ~ 13 2, 112 | he has grace, when he is conscious of delighting in God, and 14 2, 112 | inasmuch as a man is not conscious of any ~mortal sin. And 15 2, 112 | 1 Cor. 4:4): "I ~am not conscious to myself of anything, yet 16 2, 58 | this very fact, ~as though conscious of his own wickedness, he 17 3, 45 | Holy Ghost is perfectly conscious of that perfect generation.~ 18 3, 72 | sin of which he is not ~conscious or for which he is not perfectly 19 3, 79 | sacrament. Now whoever is conscious of mortal ~sin, has within 20 3, 79 | Eucharist." Hence, in him who is conscious of mortal sin, this sacrament ~ 21 3, 79 | mortal sin of which he is not conscious, and for which he has no ~ 22 3, 79 | both respects he who is conscious of mortal ~sin does not 23 3, 80 | 1 Cor. 4:4): "I am not ~conscious to myself of anything, yet 24 3, 80 | approaching the sacrament ~fully conscious of mortal sin. First of 25 3, 82 | afterwards he adds: "I am not conscious to myself of ~anything; 26 3, 86 | sin of ~which he is not conscious, through the punishment 27 Suppl, 10| Further, whoever is not conscious of sin, either is not guilty 28 Suppl, 10| confession, whoever is not conscious of a mortal sin, can be ~ 29 Suppl, 10| 1 Cor. 4:4), "I ~am not conscious to myself of anything, yet 30 Suppl, 10| the sins of which he is conscious, approaches to God as ~much 31 Suppl, 11| man's ~confession to be conscious that the latter is unworthy 32 Suppl, 14| satisfaction made, if he is not ~conscious of a mortal sin. For although 33 Suppl, 14| Eucharist without being conscious of a mortal sin of which 34 Suppl, 36| Divine things, he who being conscious of mortal sin presents himself 35 Suppl, 36| Order, as long as he is conscious of ~being in mortal sin,


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