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1 1, 16 | it is true that someone sins. Therefore this will be 2 1, 17 | consists the evil ~of sin. Thus sins themselves are called untruths 3 1, 21 | is seen, when God remits ~sins on account of love, though 4 1, 21 | read of Magdalen: "Many sins are forgiven her, because 5 1, 25 | that He freely forgives sins. For it is not for one who 6 1, 25 | of a superior to forgive sins of his own free will. Or, 7 1, 43 | hence it was said, "Whose sins you shall forgive, ~they 8 1, 48 | more ~lessened; and these sins, indeed, are like obstacles 9 1, 48 | according to Is. 59:2: "Our sins have divided between us 10 1, 60 | in the angel or man who sins; for ~Augustine says (De 11 1, 63 | angels?~(2) What kind of sins can be in them?~(3) What 12 1, 63 | truly good. ~But no one sins by desiring what is truly 13 1, 63 | something evil is chosen; as man sins by choosing adultery, ~which 14 1, 63 | that there can be other sins in the angels besides ~those 15 1, 63 | the ~obscenities of carnal sins; as Augustine says (De Civ. 16 1, 63 | there can also be carnal sins in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 63 | pride and envy are spiritual sins, so are sloth, ~avarice, 18 1, 63 | and anger. But spiritual sins are concerned with the spirit, ~ 19 1, 63 | spirit, ~just as carnal sins are with the flesh. Therefore 20 1, 63 | affection. As to guilt, all sins are in the ~demons; since 21 1, 63 | they incur the guilt of all sins. But ~as to affection only 22 1, 63 | to affection only those sins can be in the demons which 23 1, 63 | in the obscenities of the sins of ~the flesh, as if they 24 1, 63 | pleasure in all sorts of human sins, ~so far as these are hindrances 25 1, 63 | envy are the only spiritual sins which can be found in demons; 26 1, 63 | are comprised ~all other sins derived from them.~Aquin.: 27 1, 63 | stated ~that "the devil sins from the beginning," "he 28 1, 63 | and darkness, whereby the sins of ~the demons are understood 29 1, 63 | intellectual creature, when it ~sins, falls away from its due 30 1, 64 | clear that all the mortal sins of men, grave or less grave, 31 1, 43 | hence it was said, "Whose sins you shall forgive, ~they 32 1, 49 | more ~lessened; and these sins, indeed, are like obstacles 33 1, 49 | according to Is. 59:2: "Our sins have divided between us 34 1, 61 | in the angel or man who sins; for ~Augustine says (De 35 1, 64 | angels?~(2) What kind of sins can be in them?~(3) What 36 1, 64 | truly good. ~But no one sins by desiring what is truly 37 1, 64 | something evil is chosen; as man sins by choosing adultery, ~which 38 1, 64 | that there can be other sins in the angels besides ~those 39 1, 64 | the ~obscenities of carnal sins; as Augustine says (De Civ. 40 1, 64 | there can also be carnal sins in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 41 1, 64 | pride and envy are spiritual sins, so are sloth, ~avarice, 42 1, 64 | and anger. But spiritual sins are concerned with the spirit, ~ 43 1, 64 | spirit, ~just as carnal sins are with the flesh. Therefore 44 1, 64 | affection. As to guilt, all sins are in the ~demons; since 45 1, 64 | they incur the guilt of all sins. But ~as to affection only 46 1, 64 | to affection only those sins can be in the demons which 47 1, 64 | in the obscenities of the sins of ~the flesh, as if they 48 1, 64 | pleasure in all sorts of human sins, ~so far as these are hindrances 49 1, 64 | envy are the only spiritual sins which can be found in demons; 50 1, 64 | are comprised ~all other sins derived from them.~Aquin.: 51 1, 64 | stated ~that "the devil sins from the beginning," "he 52 1, 64 | and darkness, whereby the sins of ~the demons are understood 53 1, 64 | intellectual creature, when it ~sins, falls away from its due 54 1, 65 | clear that all the mortal sins of men, grave or less grave, 55 1, 96 | brought him out of his sins." Hence he would have regained 56 1, 112 | angels grieve for men's sins.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 57 1, 112 | do not grieve, either for sins or for the pains ~inflicted 58 1, 112 | preachers who weep for men's sins. If according to the anagogical ~ 59 1, 112 | brought into judgment for the sins of men, ~not as guilty, 60 1, 113 | devil?~(3) Whether all the sins of men are to be set down 61 1, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all sins are due to the temptation 62 1, 113 | It would seem that all sins are due to the temptation 63 1, 113 | is the cause of all our sins; because he it was who ~ 64 1, 113 | cause of ~every sin: for all sins are not committed at the 65 1, 113 | there is no need for all sins to be due to the instigation ~ 66 1, 113 | of the devil. But those sins which are due thereto man 67 1, 113 | good works: whereas all our sins are not due to the demons' ~ 68 2, 19 | in evil actions, a man sins in proportion to his ~intention: 69 2, 20 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A man sins by his will, not only when 70 2, 21 | evil. For "monsters are the sins of nature" (Phys. ii, 8). ~ 71 2, 21 | OBJ 1: Monsters are called sins, inasmuch as they result 72 2, 21 | 5) that "in art, he who sins voluntarily is preferable; 73 2, 22 | flesh, ~the passions of sins which were by the law, did 74 2, 22 | work in our members." ~Now sins are, properly speaking, 75 2, 22 | are described as being "of sins," are in the soul.~Aquin.: 76 2, 24 | called "the passions of sins" ~(Rm. 7:5). Therefore it 77 2, 24 | lessened by passion: for he sins ~less, who sins from passion, 78 2, 24 | for he sins ~less, who sins from passion, than he who 79 2, 24 | from passion, than he who sins deliberately. Therefore 80 2, 35 | that man mourns for his sins, or for the delay of glory, 81 2, 39 | them to happen - such as sins. Consequently a will ~that 82 2, 55 | habits, namely of vices and sins. Now ~five things must be 83 2, 58 | and that every one who sins, does so through ~ignorance.~ 84 2, 59 | without committing slight sins, according to 1 ~Jn. 1:8: " 85 2, 59 | are ~called "passions of sins." Therefore perfect virtue 86 2, 63 | are also certain mortal sins which ~man can nowise avoid 87 2, 68 | temptations which lead to the sins that are ~contrary to the 88 2, 69 | king]: ~and redeem thou thy sins with alms, and thy iniquities 89 2, 70 | virtues, by which ~also sins are taken away. Consequently 90 2, 71 | EVIL HABITS, i.e. VICES AND SINS (QQ[71]-89)~OF VICE AND 91 2, 71 | sickness, e.g. ~when a man sins from weakness or passion. 92 2, 71 | the presence of vices and sins in man is owing to the ~ 93 2, 71 | would follow that a man ~sins as soon as he ceases doing 94 2, 71 | it would follow that he sins continually; and this is 95 2, 71 | essential to other actual sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] A[ 96 2, 71 | omitting to act, a man ~sins only for the time at which 97 2, 71 | to the law. Now not all sins are evil through being forbidden, 98 2, 72 | OF THE DISTINCTION OF SINS (NINE ARTICLES)~We must 99 2, 72 | consider the distinction of sins or vices: under which head ~ 100 2, 72 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether sins are distinguished specifically 101 2, 72 | between spiritual and carnal sins;~(3) Whether sins differ 102 2, 72 | carnal sins;~(3) Whether sins differ in reference to their 103 2, 72 | sinned against?~(5) Whether sins differ in relation to the 104 2, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sins differ in species according 105 2, 72 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sins do not differ in species, 106 2, 72 | A[1]), it seems that sins should differ specifically 107 2, 72 | of ~human acts. Therefore sins differ specifically according 108 2, 72 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if sins differed specifically according 109 2, 72 | diverse objects: and yet such sins are to be found. For pride 110 2, 72 | kinds of things. Therefore sins do not differ ~in species 111 2, 72 | Q[18], A[2]~). Therefore sins, also differ in species 112 2, 72 | specific nature. Consequently sins differ specifically on the 113 2, 72 | Therefore it follows that sins are properly ~distinguished 114 2, 72 | amounts to the same ~whether sins differ by their objects 115 2, 72 | of its due ~order: hence sins differ specifically according 116 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether spiritual sins are fittingly distinguished 117 2, 72 | distinguished from carnal sins?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 118 2, 72 | would seem that spiritual sins are unfittingly distinguished ~ 119 2, 72 | distinguished ~from carnal sins. For the Apostle says (Gal. 120 2, 72 | seems that all kinds ~of sins are works of the flesh. 121 2, 72 | of the flesh. Now carnal sins are called works of the ~ 122 2, 72 | flesh. Therefore carnal sins should not be distinguished 123 2, 72 | distinguished from spiritual ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 124 2, 72 | OBJ 2: Further, whosoever sins, walks according to the 125 2, 72 | carnal sin. Therefore carnal sins should not be distinguished 126 2, 72 | distinguished from ~spiritual sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 127 2, 72 | 7]). ~Therefore the same sins are both carnal and spiritual, 128 2, 72 | OBJ 4: Further, if some sins are carnal specifically, 129 2, 72 | should apply chiefly to those sins whereby man sins against 130 2, 72 | to those sins whereby man sins against his own body. ~But, 131 2, 72 | covetousness with the carnal sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 132 2, 72 | that "of the seven ~capital sins five are spiritual, and 133 2, 72 | As stated above (A[1]), sins take their species from ~ 134 2, 72 | 2/2~Accordingly, those sins which consist in spiritual 135 2, 72 | pleasure, are called ~spiritual sins; while those which consist 136 2, 72 | pleasure, are called ~carnal sins, e.g. gluttony, which consists 137 2, 72 | OBJ 3: Even in the carnal sins there is a spiritual act, 138 2, 72 | reason: but the end of these sins, from which they are named, 139 2, 72 | reckoned among the carnal ~sins, stands here for adultery, 140 2, 72 | numbered with the carnal sins: but the pleasure itself ~ 141 2, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sins differ specifically in reference 142 2, 72 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sins differ specifically in reference 143 2, 72 | derives its ~being. Now sins derive their being from 144 2, 72 | cause. Since, therefore, sins differ specifically according 145 2, 72 | 17), ~distinguishes all sins according to the seven capital 146 2, 72 | divisions refer to the causes of sins. Therefore, seemingly, sins ~ 147 2, 72 | sins. Therefore, seemingly, sins ~differ specifically according 148 2, 72 | If this were the case all sins would belong to one ~species, 149 2, 72 | there are various species of sins. Therefore sins do not differ ~ 150 2, 72 | species of sins. Therefore sins do not differ ~specifically 151 2, 72 | acts, such as the acts of sins, are not ~determined, of 152 2, 72 | principle, diverse species of sins can proceed: thus from fear ~ 153 2, 72 | Hence it is evident that ~sins do not differ specifically 154 2, 72 | 3: These distinctions of sins are given, not as distinct ~ 155 2, 72 | as distinct ~species of sins, but to show their various 156 2, 72 | which is ~common to all sins should not be reckoned as 157 2, 72 | But it is common to all sins to be against God: for it 158 2, 72 | one another: ~for whoever sins against his neighbor, sins 159 2, 72 | sins against his neighbor, sins against himself and against ~ 160 2, 72 | external to us. Therefore sins are not distinguished ~specifically 161 2, 72 | giving the division of ~sins, says that "man is said 162 2, 72 | God alone. Hence he that sins in such matters, for instance, 163 2, 72 | our neighbor; and when man sins in these matters, he is ~ 164 2, 72 | the prodigal. But when man sins in matters concerning his 165 2, 72 | Wherefore this distinction of sins is in respect of their ~ 166 2, 72 | to which the species of sins are diversified: and ~consequently 167 2, 72 | consequently this distinction of sins is properly one of different ~ 168 2, 72 | of different ~species of sins: because the virtues also, 169 2, 72 | the virtues also, to which sins are opposed, ~differ specifically 170 2, 72 | against God is common to all sins, in so far as the ~order 171 2, 72 | Whether the division of sins according to their debt 172 2, 72 | seem that the division of sins according to their debt ~ 173 2, 72 | Therefore venial and mortal sins are not of the same ~genus, 174 2, 72 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, some sins are mortal in virtue of 175 2, 72 | Therefore venial and mortal sins differ ~specifically. ~Aquin.: 176 2, 72 | punishment is the end of sin. Now sins differ ~specifically in 177 2, 72 | effect thereof. Therefore sins do not differ specifically 178 2, 72 | the specific diversity of sins, but cannot constitute it.~ 179 2, 72 | punishment: whereas when a man sins without turning away ~from 180 2, 72 | OBJ 1: Mortal and venial sins are infinitely apart as 181 2, 72 | including mortal and venial sins; for instance, in the species " 182 2, 72 | the specific difference of sins, not ~that it is the cause 183 2, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sins of commission and omission 184 2, 72 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sins of commission and omission 185 2, 72 | dead in your offenses and ~sins," which words a gloss explains, 186 2, 72 | what was commanded, and 'sins,' by doing what was forbidden." 187 2, 72 | offenses" here denotes sins of omission; while "sin" ~ 188 2, 72 | omission; while "sin" ~denotes sins of commission. Therefore 189 2, 72 | sin of omission. Therefore sins of omission and commission 190 2, 72 | a twofold difference in sins; a material ~difference 191 2, 72 | the ~material species in sins of omission and commission, 192 2, 72 | to the formal species of ~sins of omission and commission, 193 2, 72 | The same applies to ~other sins: for in things, negation 194 2, 72 | of necessity, opposed to sins of different ~species. Moreover 195 2, 72 | is an act. Consequently sins do not ~differ specifically 196 2, 72 | the material diversity of sins. It ~must be observed, however, 197 2, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sins are fittingly divided into 198 2, 72 | are fittingly divided into sins of thought, word, and deed?~ 199 2, 72 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sins are unfittingly divided 200 2, 72 | unfittingly divided into sins of ~thought, word, and deed. 201 2, 72 | distinction is made between sins of deed ~and sins of word, 202 2, 72 | between sins of deed ~and sins of word, and two other degrees 203 2, 72 | thought. Therefore these sins do not differ specifically. 204 2, 72 | of ~animals. Accordingly sins are divided into these three, 205 2, 72 | divided into these three, viz. sins of ~thought, word, and deed, 206 2, 72 | is in the deed, wherefore sins of deed have the ~complete 207 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: All sins of thought have the common 208 2, 72 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sins of words and deed are both 209 2, 72 | between them, ~because in sins of word there is nothing 210 2, 72 | intended principally; while in sins of deed, it is the consummation 211 2, 72 | diversify the species of sins?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 212 2, 72 | diversify the ~species of sins. For excess and deficiency 213 2, 72 | diversify the species of sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 214 2, 72 | diversify the species of ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 215 2, 72 | motive for ~sinning, in sins by excess, is not the same 216 2, 72 | motive for sinning, in ~sins of deficiency; in fact, 217 2, 72 | the same. Therefore ~these sins not only differ specifically, 218 2, 72 | short thereof belongs to sins ~specifically different, 219 2, 72 | depart from reason; and ~so sins of excess and deficiency 220 2, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sins differ specifically in respect 221 2, 72 | would seem that vices and sins differ in respect of different ~ 222 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sins are human acts. But human 223 2, 72 | 18], A[10]). Therefore ~sins differ specifically according 224 2, 72 | iv, 1) that "every ~vice sins by doing more than one ought, 225 2, 72 | Therefore the species of sins ~are not diversified in 226 2, 72 | diversify the species of sins, but belongs to one ~and 227 2, 72 | entails different ~species of sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 228 2, 73 | inquiry:~(1) Whether all sins and vices are connected 229 2, 73 | opposed?~(5) Whether carnal sins are more grievous than spiritual 230 2, 73 | grievous than spiritual sins?~(6) Whether the gravity 231 2, 73 | Whether the gravity of sins depends on their causes?~( 232 2, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all sins are connected with one another?~ 233 2, 73 | It would seem that all sins are connected. For it is 234 2, 73 | the same as to commit all sins, because, as ~Ambrose says ( 235 2, 73 | one sin, is guilty of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 236 2, 73 | common principle, so have sins, because, as the love of 237 2, 73 | Babylon, is the root of all sins, as ~Augustine declares ( 238 2, 73 | Therefore all vices and sins ~are also connected so that 239 2, 73 | it is impossible for all sins and vices to be ~connected 240 2, 73 | Since, ~therefore, vices and sins take their species from 241 2, 73 | completes a sin's ~species, sins are not connected with one 242 2, 73 | causes the distinction of sins, as stated above (Q[72]~, 243 2, 73 | which is the origin of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 244 2, 73 | contracts all vices of sins - first, because several 245 2, 73 | has the opposite vices or sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 246 2, 73 | kinds: ~hence vices and sins, which arise from self-love, 247 2, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all sins are equal?~Aquin.: SMT FS 248 2, 73 | It would seem that all sins are equal. Because sin is 249 2, 73 | or less. ~Therefore all sins are equal.~Aquin.: SMT FS 250 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, sins are opposed to virtues. 251 2, 73 | Paradox. iii). Therefore all sins are equal.~Aquin.: SMT FS 252 2, 73 | Paradox. iii), was that all sins are equal: from which ~opinion 253 2, 73 | heretics, who not only hold all sins ~to be equal, but also maintain 254 2, 73 | less, they held ~that all sins are equal. Yet, if we consider 255 2, 73 | same applies to vices and sins: because in them the ~privation 256 2, 73 | accordingly we ~must say that sins are not all equal.~Aquin.: 257 2, 73 | and consequently graver sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 258 2, 73 | connected, and vices or sins are not.~Aquin.: SMT FS 259 2, 73 | 1~Whether the gravity of sins varies according to their 260 2, 73 | seem that the gravity of sins does not vary according 261 2, 73 | Therefore the ~gravity of sins does not vary according 262 2, 73 | Therefore the gravity of sins does not vary according 263 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, sins that have different objects 264 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Sins take their species from 265 2, 73 | Q[72], A[1]). But some sins are graver than others in ~ 266 2, 73 | Therefore the ~gravity of sins varies according to their 267 2, 73 | A[5]), the ~gravity of sins varies in the same way as 268 2, 73 | the end which attaches to sins ~in human acts, the graver 269 2, 73 | difference of ~gravity in sins depends on their objects. 270 2, 73 | principle. And forasmuch as sins take their species from 271 2, 73 | various degrees of ~malice in sins must needs follow the diversity 272 2, 73 | Therefore nothing prevents all sins from being ~compared with 273 2, 73 | 1~Whether the gravity of sins depends on the excellence 274 2, 73 | seem that the gravity of sins does not vary according 275 2, 73 | also ~from less grievous sins: even as the more perfect 276 2, 73 | justice checks even minor sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 277 2, 73 | the most grievous of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 278 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Whether carnal sins are of less guilt than spiritual 279 2, 73 | less guilt than spiritual sins?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 280 2, 73 | It would seem that carnal sins are not of less guilt than ~ 281 2, 73 | less guilt than ~spiritual sins. Because adultery is a more 282 2, 73 | carnal sin. ~Therefore carnal sins are of greater guilt than 283 2, 73 | greater guilt than spiritual sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 284 2, 73 | it seems that the carnal sins are ~of most guilt.~Aquin.: 285 2, 73 | lust ~pertains to carnal sins. Therefore carnal sin is 286 2, 73 | xxxiii, 11) that carnal sins are ~of less guilt, but 287 2, 73 | more shame than spiritual sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 288 2, 73 | I answer that, Spiritual sins are of greater guilt than 289 2, 73 | greater guilt than carnal sins: yet ~this does not mean 290 2, 73 | spiritual ~and carnal, spiritual sins are more grievous than carnal 291 2, 73 | more grievous than carnal sins, other ~things being equal. 292 2, 73 | subject: because spiritual sins belong to the spirit, ~to 293 2, 73 | from Him; whereas ~carnal sins are consummated in the carnal 294 2, 73 | whom he commits spiritual ~sins, and consequently spiritual 295 2, 73 | and consequently spiritual sins, as such, are of greater 296 2, 73 | further on (A[6]). ~Now carnal sins have a stronger impulse, 297 2, 73 | flesh. Therefore spiritual sins, as such, are of greater 298 2, 73 | Ethic. iii, ~10) that "sins of intemperance are most 299 2, 73 | minds": ~hence, by these sins man is, so to speak, brutalized; 300 2, 73 | excused from sin, and ~he who sins through ignorance, sins 301 2, 73 | sins through ignorance, sins less grievously. Therefore 302 2, 73 | grievous, ~because a man sins more grievously if his will 303 2, 73 | sin, ~because the man who sins, being stimulated by a greater 304 2, 73 | diminishes sin: for he who ~sins through ignorance of a circumstance, 305 2, 73 | life a man commits many sins; for he outrages one who 306 2, 73 | Further, harm is inflicted by sins against our neighbor. Because ~ 307 2, 73 | like thee." If, therefore, ~sins were aggravated through 308 2, 73 | harm, it would follow that sins ~against our neighbor are 309 2, 73 | neighbor are more grievous than sins against God or oneself.~ 310 2, 73 | believer, ~who, seemingly, sins more grievously in the very 311 2, 73 | be inflicted ~chiefly by sins against our neighbor, that 312 2, 73 | our neighbor, that such sins are the most ~grievous, 313 2, 73 | which are most ~grievous sins. Again, a man sometimes 314 2, 73 | man who kills his slave sins once: he ~that takes his 315 2, 73 | takes his father's life sins many times." But the kinship 316 2, 73 | condition of the person who sins aggravates a sin ~chiefly 317 2, 73 | censures especially those sins that are ~committed against 318 2, 73 | her mother." ~Furthermore sins committed against persons 319 2, 73 | himself, it is evident that he sins all the more grievously, ~ 320 2, 73 | the person against whom he sins, is more united to him, ~ 321 2, 73 | for ~this very reason, sins all the more grievously, 322 2, 73 | of his neighbor, a man sins the more grievously, according 323 2, 73 | human nature: and such like sins are less ~imputable to one 324 2, 73 | negligent in ~checking those sins, which nevertheless human 325 2, 73 | altogether. But there are other sins which proceed from ~deliberation: 326 2, 73 | deliberation: and these sins are all the more imputed 327 2, 73 | man ~is ungrateful when he sins: and in this respect any 328 2, 73 | for his position": and the sins of ~the great are much more 329 2, 74 | acts, and of evil acts or sins, is the ~principle of sins. 330 2, 74 | sins, is the ~principle of sins. Therefore it follows that 331 2, 74 | Anim. x, 10) that "no one sins except by the ~will." Now 332 2, 74 | OBJ 2: Further, "no man sins in what he cannot avoid," 333 2, 74 | the remission ~of venial sins, as Augustine asserts (Enchiridion 334 2, 74 | things which are deemed mere sins of thought, since without 335 2, 74 | external members may be ~mortal sins, in so far as the direction 336 2, 74 | are deadly. Therefore the sins of the higher reason are 337 2, 74 | eternal law: wherefore it sins, not mortally, but venially.~ 338 2, 74 | acting ~against which, man sins more grievously; just as 339 2, 74 | contrary to the law of God, it sins more grievously in consenting, 340 2, 74 | the higher ~reason always sins mortally, if the acts of 341 2, 74 | it ~consents are mortal sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 342 2, 74 | lower powers, it always sins mortally, in ~things which 343 2, 74 | things which are mortal sins in their genus, but not 344 2, 74 | those which are ~venial sins in their genus.~Aquin.: 345 2, 75 | movements ~of a man are sins. Therefore they are not 346 2, 75 | for instance, when anyone sins through ~appetite for food. 347 2, 76 | external causes; and (3) sins which are ~the causes of 348 2, 76 | are ~the causes of other sins. In view of what has been 349 2, 76 | sin: wherefore such a man sins, not "through ignorance" 350 2, 76 | OBJ 5: Just as in other sins of omission, man sins actually 351 2, 76 | other sins of omission, man sins actually only ~at the time 352 2, 76 | ignorance. For the ignorant man sins actually indeed, not ~continually, 353 2, 76 | rightly reproved which are sins. Therefore some things done 354 2, 76 | done through ~ignorance are sins. Therefore ignorance does 355 2, 76 | Wherefore, though this man sins through ~ignorance, yet 356 2, 76 | which is common to all sins does not diminish sin. Now 357 2, 76 | ignorance is ~common to all sins, for the Philosopher says ( 358 2, 76 | added to another makes more sins, but it does ~not always 359 2, 76 | since, perchance, the two sins do not ~coincide, but are 360 2, 76 | latter case there are two sins: because drunkenness diminishes 361 2, 76 | punishment" for the two ~sins which he commits, viz. drunkenness, 362 2, 77 | they are flesh." Therefore sins of weakness should be ~those 363 2, 77 | Hence when we speak of sins of weakness, we refer to 364 2, 77 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, as man sins at times through inordinate 365 2, 77 | avarice," is ~the root of all sins, shall be explained further 366 2, 77 | grievously, according as he ~sins with a more intense will. 367 2, 77 | concupiscence with which ~anyone sins, the greater the sin.~Aquin.: 368 2, 77 | passions as ~"passions of sins," for no other reason than 369 2, 77 | that "the passions of the ~sins . . . work [Vulg.: 'did 370 2, 78 | 2) Whether everyone that sins through habit, sins through 371 2, 78 | that sins through habit, sins through certain ~malice?~( 372 2, 78 | Whether every one that sins through certain malice, 373 2, 78 | through certain malice, sins through ~habit?~(4) Whether 374 2, 78 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether anyone sins through certain malice?~ 375 2, 78 | It would seem that no one sins purposely, or through certain ~ 376 2, 78 | evil." Therefore ~no one sins through certain malice.~ 377 2, 78 | accidental. Therefore no one sins through ~malice.~Aquin.: 378 2, 78 | absurd. Therefore no one sins through malice.~Aquin.: 379 2, 78 | intellect, as when anyone sins through ~ignorance, and 380 2, 78 | appetite, as ~when anyone sins through passion, so too 381 2, 78 | particular moment, as when he sins through passion: and sometimes 382 2, 78 | man is ignorant, when he sins ~through certain malice.~ 383 2, 78 | malice through which anyone sins, may be taken to ~denote 384 2, 78 | through malice when ~he sins through the inclination 385 2, 78 | malice, in so far as he sins through making ~a choice 386 2, 78 | 1~Whether everyone that sins through habit, sins through 387 2, 78 | that sins through habit, sins through certain malice?~ 388 2, 78 | seem that not every one who sins through habit, sins ~through 389 2, 78 | who sins through habit, sins ~through certain malice. 390 2, 78 | certain malice. Therefore the ~sins that arise from habit are 391 2, 78 | Ethic. ix, 4). ~Therefore sins that arise from habit are 392 2, 78 | is evident that whoever sins through habit, sins through ~ 393 2, 78 | whoever sins through habit, sins through ~certain malice.~ 394 2, 78 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He that sins through habit is always 395 2, 78 | Para. 1/1~Whether one who sins through certain malice, 396 2, 78 | through certain malice, sins through habit?~Aquin.: SMT 397 2, 78 | would seem that whoever sins through certain malice, 398 2, 78 | through certain malice, sins ~through habit. For the 399 2, 78 | A[1]). Therefore ~no one sins through certain malice, 400 2, 78 | to be that of the man who sins through certain ~malice. 401 2, 78 | Further, whenever a man sins through certain malice, 402 2, 78 | or habit. Now when a man sins through passion, he sins 403 2, 78 | sins through passion, he sins not ~through certain malice, 404 2, 78 | Therefore whenever anyone sins through certain malice, 405 2, 78 | through certain malice, he sins through ~habit.~Aquin.: 406 2, 78 | the reason, as when anyone sins through ~ignorance; and 407 2, 78 | appetite, as when anyone sins through passion. Yet neither 408 2, 78 | naturally inclined to certain sins, by ~reason of some natural 409 2, 78 | follow of necessity, if a man sins ~through certain malice, 410 2, 78 | certain malice, that he sins through habit.~Aquin.: SMT 411 2, 78 | ignorance is greater in one who sins through ~certain malice, 412 2, 78 | malice, than in one who sins through passion; since he 413 2, 78 | through passion; since he that sins ~through certain malice 414 2, 78 | more excuse for one who sins ~through certain malice, 415 2, 78 | malice, than for one who sins through passion.~Aquin.: 416 2, 78 | impetuous passion. Now he that sins through certain malice, 417 2, 78 | choosing ~evil. Now he that sins through passion, also chooses 418 2, 78 | sin less than the man who sins through certain malice. ~ 419 2, 78 | habit, through ~which a man sins, is a permanent quality, 420 2, 78 | quality, so that he who sins through ~malice, abides 421 2, 78 | the intemperate man, who sins through malice, to a sick ~ 422 2, 78 | the incontinent ~man, who sins through passion, to one 423 2, 78 | Thirdly, because he who sins through certain malice is 424 2, 78 | the case of the man who sins ~through passion, whose 425 2, 78 | through choosing. For he that sins through passion, sins while 426 2, 78 | that sins through passion, sins while choosing, ~but not 427 2, 78 | the other hand, ~he that sins through certain malice, 428 2, 80 | necessity?~(4) Whether all sins are due to the devil's suggestion?~ 429 2, 80 | directly the cause ~of our sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 430 2, 80 | somewhat ~the cause of our sins, even as God is in a certain 431 2, 80 | Para. 1/1~Whether all the sins of men are due to the devil' 432 2, 80 | would seem that all the sins of men are due to the devil' 433 2, 80 | OBJ 2: Further, whoever sins mortally, becomes the slave 434 2, 80 | false. ~Therefore all the sins of men are due to the devil' 435 2, 80 | indirect cause of all our ~sins, in so far as he induced 436 2, 80 | direct cause of ~all the sins of men, as though each were 437 2, 80 | it is thus that ~one who sins of his own accord, becomes 438 2, 81 | 2) Whether all the other sins of our first parent, or 439 2, 81 | 1/1~Whether also other sins of the first parent or of 440 2, 81 | would seem that also other sins, whether of the first parent ~ 441 2, 81 | the way of origin, the ~sins of their nearer ancestors, 442 2, 81 | less therefore are their sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 443 2, 81 | it is impossible for the sins of the nearer ancestors, ~ 444 2, 81 | disorder. ~Other actual sins, however, whether of the 445 2, 81 | and consequently other sins are ~not transmitted.~Aquin.: 446 2, 81 | transmissible. But the actual sins of our nearer ~ancestors 447 2, 81 | to nature; whereas other sins infect it with a corruption ~ 448 2, 81 | punishment due for actual ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 449 2, 81 | unto the removal ~of actual sins, and the obtaining of glory.~ 450 2, 82 | there are several original sins in one man?~Aquin.: SMT 451 2, 82 | there are many original sins in one man. For ~it is written ( 452 2, 82 | conceived in iniquities, and in ~sins did my mother conceive me." 453 2, 82 | there are several original sins in man.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 454 2, 82 | to ~various and contrary sins. Therefore original sin 455 2, 82 | employment of the plural - "in sins" - may be explained ~by 456 2, 82 | the fact that all actual sins virtually pre-exist in original 457 2, 82 | original sin "the passions of sins" are in us, ~according to 458 2, 83 | proper subjects of actual sins, which are the sins of the ~ 459 2, 83 | actual sins, which are the sins of the ~person.~Aquin.: 460 2, 83 | as it inclines to actual sins, ~belongs chiefly to the 461 2, 84 | covetousness is the root of all sins?~(2) Whether pride is the 462 2, 84 | 3) Whether other special sins should be called capital 463 2, 84 | covetousness is the root of all sins?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 464 2, 84 | covetousness is not the root of all sins. For ~covetousness, which 465 2, 84 | covetousness is not the root of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 466 2, 84 | covetousness is not the root of all sins, but proceeds from ~some 467 2, 84 | covetousness, arises from other sins; as when a man desires money 468 2, 84 | is not the root ~of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 469 2, 84 | is a genus comprising all sins, because every ~sin includes 470 2, 84 | covetousness is the root of all sins, comparing it to the root 471 2, 84 | covetousness is the root of all sins. For ~in that passage he 472 2, 84 | called the root of all sins, in likeness to the root 473 2, 84 | riches is the root of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 474 2, 84 | called the ~root of all sins. But virtue arises from 475 2, 84 | is said to be the root of sins, not as ~though riches were 476 2, 84 | be that which ~causes all sins. Now this is inordinate 477 2, 84 | voluntary actions, such as sins, there is a twofold ~order, 478 2, 84 | Whether any other special sins, besides pride and avarice, 479 2, 84 | seem that no other special sins, besides pride and ~avarice, 480 2, 84 | character of ~head: so that no sins should be called capital.~ 481 2, 84 | Therefore the capital sins are not certain specific 482 2, 84 | are not certain specific sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 483 2, 84 | now speaking of capital ~sins, but in another sense, in 484 2, 84 | origin in respect of several sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 485 2, 84 | covetousness, gluttony, lust. For ~sins are opposed to virtues. 486 2, 84 | mentioned among the above sins, ~whereas certain vices 487 2, 84 | Therefore the principal sins are unfittingly enumerated.~ 488 2, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, some sins are committed which cannot 489 2, 84 | for instance, when one sins through ignorance, or when ~ 490 2, 84 | frequently goes forward to other ~sins. But this kind of origin 491 2, 84 | place among the capital sins, as being the ~most important 492 2, 84 | that nothing prevents some sins from ~arising out of other 493 2, 84 | we might say that all the sins ~which are due to ignorance, 494 2, 85 | another. Therefore he who sins, does not, by his sin, diminish 495 2, 85 | the very fact ~that a man sins, there results a diminution 496 2, 85 | also ~the result of other sins, in so far as, through sin, 497 2, 85 | effects result from different sins. Now since ~mode, species 498 2, 85 | the result of different sins. ~Therefore privation of 499 2, 86 | pure privation. Because all sins agree on the part of aversion 500 2, 86 | one stain ~caused by all sins. Therefore the stain is


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