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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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knowingly

   Part, Question
1 2, 73 | the result being that he knowingly injures the growing ~crops, 2 2, 73 | Again, a man sometimes knowingly and freely inflicts harm ~ 3 2, 78 | more: as when a man, even knowingly, suffers ~the loss of a 4 2, 78 | good; and so a ~man wishes knowingly a spiritual evil, which 5 2, 78 | because ~he chooses evil knowingly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[78] A[ 6 2, 100 | is that man should act "knowingly": and this is subject to 7 2, 35 | with his neighbor, when he ~knowingly and intentionally dissents 8 2, 35 | wills a good which the other knowingly resists; while sometimes ~ 9 2, 56 | first of all to be done "knowingly," secondly to be done "by 10 2, 69 | he pleads. Wherefore, if knowingly he defends an unjust cause, ~ 11 2, 75 | measured: wherefore if anyone knowingly make use of a faulty measure 12 2, 75 | and if anyone do this ~knowingly he is guilty of a fraudulent 13 2, 92 | the sin of one that sins knowingly is said to be ~graver than 14 2, 92 | hinders heretics, if they knowingly corrupt the faith which 15 2, 98 | it. ~Wherefore if a man, knowingly and spontaneously, receives 16 2, 98 | dispensation to one who has ~knowingly received a benefice (simoniacally). 17 2, 146 | gluttony only ~when a man knowingly exceeds the measure in eating, 18 2, 148 | and yet if a man were ~knowingly to abstain from wine to 19 2, 148 | then a man willingly and knowingly deprives himself of the 20 2, 148 | himself to drunkenness ~knowingly and willingly, since he 21 2, 148 | always a mortal sin: but knowingly to take ~too much drink 22 2, 152 | mortal sin, if a man were knowingly to partake of a food which 23 Suppl, 24| the fourth is of one who knowingly ~communicates in the Divine 24 Suppl, 36| commit a mortal sin were he knowingly to endanger ~the temporalities 25 Suppl, 59| whether slave or free, knowingly marry a ~bondwoman, he cannot 26 Suppl, 64| Rm. 1:32). Now he who knowingly asks for ~the debt from 27 Suppl, 64| husband ask, he does so either knowingly or in ~ignorance. If knowingly, 28 Suppl, 64| knowingly or in ~ignorance. If knowingly, she ought to dissuade him


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