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1 1, 1 | science must be condemned as false: "Destroying counsels and 2 1, 1 | it is plain that nothing false can ever underlie the literal 3 1, 2 | all of which is plainly false. Therefore it is necessary 4 1, 3 | everything. But this is false: "For men gave the ~incommunicable 5 1, 10 | in the future; which is false, since God can reduce them 6 1, 11 | being "one." Now this is false. Therefore "one" is an addition 7 1, 11 | way one," which would be false if "one" were an ~addition 8 1, 11 | however, ~is manifestly false, inasmuch as each thing 9 1, 12 | not seen at all; which is false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 10 1, 12 | God at all. ~But this is false, as appears from what is 11 1, 13 | really Lord, which is plainly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 12 1, 13 | this is plainly seen to be false from the ~very fact that 13 1, 13 | Further, every intellect is false which understands a thing ~ 14 1, 13 | What is of faith cannot be false. But some affirmative ~propositions 15 1, 13 | otherwise than it is, is false," can be taken in two senses, 16 1, 13 | otherwise than it is, is false. But this does not hold 17 1, 13 | understands, the proposition is false. For the ~mode of the intellect 18 1, 13 | thus ~our intellect is not false in forming composition in 19 1, 14 | and in that sense it is false. ~For the knower does not 20 1, 14 | or to its being true or ~false. For it may be just as true 21 1, 14 | the conditional would be false were its ~antecedent the 22 1, 14 | thing, it is divided and ~false; for the sense is, "Everything 23 1, 14 | thing to be black," it is false as applied to the ~saying, 24 1, 14 | for in both senses it is false. Now to be known by God 25 1, 14 | This opinion, however, is false; both because ~the diversity 26 1, 14 | when he is sitting, and false when he rises up. Therefore, ~ 27 1, 14 | sometime true, and sometime false. The knowledge of God, however, 28 1, 16 | thought or word is true or ~false, as the Philosopher teaches ( 29 1, 16 | vi), " The true and the ~false reside not in things, but 30 1, 16 | apprehended also; and this is false. But the true cannot be ~ 31 1, 16 | God; which is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 32 1, 16 | be a change from true to ~false. If, then, there is an intellect 33 1, 17 | opposition of the true and the false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 34 1, 17 | will be ~concluded that the false exists nowhere; whatever 35 1, 17 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, false is derived from "fallere" [ 36 1, 17 | own species. Therefore the false is not found in things.~ 37 1, 17 | falsity; and thus nothing is false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 38 1, 17 | body is a ~true body and a false unity: for it imitates unity 39 1, 17 | answer that, Since true and false are opposed, and since opposites ~ 40 1, 17 | thing indeed may be called false simply when compared ~with 41 1, 17 | per ~se" but may be called false relatively as directed to 42 1, 17 | artificial ~things are said to be false simply and in themselves, 43 1, 17 | craftsman is said to produce ~a false work, if it falls short 44 1, 17 | accidentally, can be called false; not simply, but relatively; ~ 45 1, 17 | thus a thing is said to be false as being signified or represented 46 1, 17 | word or thought that is false. In this respect anything 47 1, 17 | anything can be said to be ~false as regards any quality not 48 1, 17 | say ~that a diameter is a false commensurable thing, as 49 1, 17 | The true ~tragedian is a false Hector": even as, on the 50 1, 17 | way a ~thing can be called false, by way of cause - and thus 51 1, 17 | thus a thing is said to ~be false that naturally begets a 52 1, 17 | that naturally begets a false opinion. And whereas it 53 1, 17 | themselves, are said to be false with respect to those things; ~ 54 1, 17 | falsely honey; and tin, false gold. Regarding this, ~Augustine 55 1, 17 | We call those things false that appear ~to our apprehension 56 1, 17 | 34): "Things are called false that are naturally apt to 57 1, 17 | this way a man is called false as ~delighting in false 58 1, 17 | false as ~delighting in false opinions or words, and not 59 1, 17 | persons might be called ~false, as stated in Metaph. v, 60 1, 17 | respect to what it is; and false in respect to what it is 61 1, 17 | The true tragedian is a false Hector," as stated in Soliloq. 62 1, 17 | 3: Things are said to be false, not as compared with the ~ 63 1, 17 | which case they would be false simply, but as ~compared 64 1, 17 | intellect; and thus they are false only relatively.~Aquin.: 65 1, 17 | as ~it gives occasion to false opinion. Hence a thing is 66 1, 17 | is not always said to ~be false, because it resembles another 67 1, 17 | as naturally to produce a false opinion, not in any ~one 68 1, 17 | there is neither true nor false, ~but in complex things 69 1, 17 | 3/3~Sense, then, has no false knowledge about its proper 70 1, 17 | disposed sense may have a ~false judgment, because it is 71 1, 17 | proper object, is never false." ~Falsity is attributed 72 1, 17 | and dreams are said to be false inasmuch ~as they convey 73 1, 17 | argument proves that the false is not in the sense, as ~ 74 1, 17 | which knows the true and the false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] A[ 75 1, 17 | definition of one thing is false of another. In another ~ 76 1, 17 | the definition is not only false of the thing, but false 77 1, 17 | false of the thing, but false in itself. ~A definition 78 1, 17 | kind, and the intellect false in making it; for such a 79 1, 17 | animals are four-footed" is false in itself. For this reason ~ 80 1, 17 | the intellect cannot be false in its knowledge of simple 81 1, 17 | Para. 1/1~Whether true and false are contraries?~Aquin.: 82 1, 17 | It seems that true and false are not contraries. For 83 1, 17 | contraries. For true and ~false are opposed, as that which 84 1, 17 | contraries. Therefore true and ~false are not contrary things.~ 85 1, 17 | tragedian ~would not be a false Hector, if he were not a 86 1, 17 | tragedian." Therefore ~true and false are not contraries.~Aquin.: 87 1, 17 | a gloss says. Therefore false and true are not contraries.~ 88 1, 17 | Peri Herm. ii), that a false ~opinion is contrary to 89 1, 17 | I answer that, True and false are opposed as contraries, 90 1, 17 | something, for a thing is false, as the Philosopher says ( 91 1, 17 | is ~clear that true and false are contraries.~Aquin.: 92 1, 17 | primarily ~resides. Hence the false is that which is not as 93 1, 17 | intellect there can be nothing false. ~But in our apprehension 94 1, 17 | contraries exist, for the false opinion ~concerning Him 95 1, 17 | divine truth, inasmuch as the false opinion concerning them 96 1, 18 | But this appears to be ~false; since in themselves they 97 1, 19 | who expresses himself, is false. If therefore the expressions ~ 98 1, 19 | with that will, they are ~false. But if they do agree, they 99 1, 21 | words about it are true or ~false. But when the mind is the 100 1, 23 | predestined; which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 101 1, 23 | the reprobate. But this false. For it is said (Osee 13: 102 1, 23 | to perish. But this is false. Therefore God does not 103 1, 25 | fact that it is true, be false": and the Philosopher ~says ( 104 1, 25 | said in the objection is false; for the sense is that God 105 1, 26 | beatitudes. For there are some false beatitudes. But nothing 106 1, 26 | beatitudes. But nothing false can be ~in God. Therefore 107 1, 26 | beatitude, whether ~true or false, pre-exists wholly and in 108 1, 26 | particular kind of beatitude is false according as it ~falls short 109 1, 29 | the word "individual" is ~false, for there is contradiction 110 1, 31 | be the former, as it is false to ~say, "God alone is Father," 111 1, 31 | Father; and it would be false, ~as the Son also creates. 112 1, 31 | relation ~only; and thus it is false, because the relation of 113 1, 31 | this second proposition is false, for the Son is ~another 114 1, 31 | is God. Therefore this is false, The ~Father alone is God; 115 1, 31 | solitude in ~the Father, it is false in a categorematical sense; 116 1, 31 | thus the proposition is false if it excludes ~another 117 1, 32 | concerning ~these truths a false opinion of itself involves 118 1, 32 | divine Scripture would be false. Concerning such things 119 1, 32 | things anyone may ~have a false opinion without danger of 120 1, 32 | anyone should entertain a false opinion of the notions, ~ 121 1, 33 | created; which appears ~false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 122 1, 34 | non-beings; which appears to be false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 123 1, 36 | Son. But this seems to be false; for ~this word "principle" 124 1, 36 | and in either sense it is false. Therefore this ~proposition 125 1, 36 | this ~proposition also is false, that the Father and the 126 1, 37 | Therefore this ~also is false: "The Father loves the Son 127 1, 37 | some have held that it is false, that "the ~Father and the 128 1, 39 | one God. Therefore it is false to ~say, "God begot God."~ 129 1, 39 | God the Father: which is false. Therefore it cannot be ~ 130 1, 39 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: This is false, "the Father begot God, 131 1, 39 | Himself." Likewise also it is false to say, "He begot ~another 132 1, 39 | of as begotten, which is false. Wherefore the negative 133 1, 39 | true, and the negative is false; so that the meaning would 134 1, 39 | affirmative ~proposition is false, and the negative is true. 135 1, 39 | negative and affirmative are false, because this relative ~" 136 1, 39 | the Trinity." For it is false to say, "man is every ~man," 137 1, 39 | God is ~the Trinity," is false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 138 1, 39 | human nature. So it is false to say, "Man is every man"; 139 1, 39 | person. This, however, is false; ~because no person is Father, 140 1, 41 | Father is the Son, which is false. Therefore ~the Father does 141 1, 43 | sent; and this is ~clearly false. Therefore the Holy Ghost 142 1, 44 | But this is manifestly false in the demonstrative sciences, 143 1, 45 | objection proceeds from a false imagination, as if ~there 144 1, 45 | being; which is plainly ~false. This false imagination 145 1, 45 | is plainly ~false. This false imagination comes from creation 146 1, 46 | day; which is manifestly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 147 1, 49 | greater number is simply false. For things ~which are generated 148 1, 50 | same. But this is clearly false. For matter ~receives the 149 1, 54 | demons, since they have a false practical estimate of what ~ 150 1, 60 | denotes an end, ~then it is false; for he does not naturally 151 1, 62 | it ~now; which is clearly false, because in that case a 152 1, 63 | the imagination plays ~us false; for one is liable to think 153 1, 63 | never have sinned, which is false. ~It remains, then, that 154 1, 65 | set aside this theory as false, and consider that the entire ~ 155 1, 65 | another. ~But this is clearly false; for the Philosopher says 156 1, 68 | proved with certainty to be false; lest Holy ~Scripture be 157 1, 68 | theory can be shown to be false by solid reasons, it ~cannot 158 1, 75 | opinion can be proved to be false in many ways; but we shall 159 1, 75 | animals are not. Hence it is false to say: "Man has nothing 160 1, 76 | heat is, which is clearly false. It seems, therefore, that 161 1, 76 | consequences are clearly false: because "animal" ~is predicated 162 1, 76 | all of which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 163 1, 76 | From this it is clear how false are the opinions of those 164 1, 77 | objects. This is clearly ~false in almost all the powers; 165 1, 77 | powers. This is clearly false; for ~the same thing is 166 1, 77 | Body Para. 2/2~So it is false that, as some say, these 167 1, 77 | the body. It is much more false that, as they say also, 168 1, 37 | Therefore this ~also is false: "The Father loves the Son 169 1, 37 | some have held that it is false, that "the ~Father and the 170 1, 39 | one God. Therefore it is false to ~say, "God begot God."~ 171 1, 39 | God the Father: which is false. Therefore it cannot be ~ 172 1, 39 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: This is false, "the Father begot God, 173 1, 39 | Himself." Likewise also it is false to say, "He begot ~another 174 1, 39 | of as begotten, which is false. Wherefore the negative 175 1, 39 | true, and the negative is false; so that the meaning would 176 1, 39 | affirmative ~proposition is false, and the negative is true. 177 1, 39 | negative and affirmative are false, because this relative ~" 178 1, 39 | the Trinity." For it is false to say, "man is every ~man," 179 1, 39 | God is ~the Trinity," is false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 180 1, 39 | human nature. So it is false to say, "Man is every man"; 181 1, 39 | person. This, however, is false; ~because no person is Father, 182 1, 41 | Father is the Son, which is false. Therefore ~the Father does 183 1, 43 | sent; and this is ~clearly false. Therefore the Holy Ghost 184 1, 45 | But this is manifestly false in the ~demonstrative sciences, 185 1, 46 | objection proceeds from a false imagination, as if ~there 186 1, 46 | being; which is plainly ~false. This false imagination 187 1, 46 | is plainly ~false. This false imagination comes from creation 188 1, 47 | day; which is manifestly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 189 1, 50 | greater number is simply false. For things ~which are generated 190 1, 51 | same. But this is clearly false. For matter ~receives the 191 1, 55 | demons, since they have a false practical estimate of what ~ 192 1, 61 | denotes an end, ~then it is false; for he does not naturally 193 1, 63 | it ~now; which is clearly false, because in that case a 194 1, 64 | the imagination plays ~us false; for one is liable to think 195 1, 64 | never have sinned, which is false. ~It remains, then, that 196 1, 66 | set aside this theory as false, and consider that the entire ~ 197 1, 66 | another. ~But this is clearly false; for the Philosopher says 198 1, 69 | proved with certainty to be false; lest Holy ~Scripture be 199 1, 69 | theory can be shown to be false by solid reasons, it ~cannot 200 1, 74 | opinion can be proved to be false in many ways; but we shall 201 1, 74 | animals are not. Hence it is false to say: "Man has nothing 202 1, 75 | heat is, which is clearly false. It seems, therefore, that 203 1, 75 | consequences are clearly false: because "animal" ~is predicated 204 1, 75 | all of which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 205 1, 75 | From this it is clear how false are the opinions of those 206 1, 76 | objects. This is clearly ~false in almost all the powers; 207 1, 76 | powers. This is clearly false; for ~the same thing is 208 1, 76 | Body Para. 2/2~So it is false that, as some say, these 209 1, 76 | the body. It is much more false that, as they say also, 210 1, 78 | wished, ~which is clearly false. Therefore the active intellect 211 1, 78 | in which there is nothing false." ~But the knowledge of 212 1, 83 | this may be shown to be false for two reasons. First, 213 1, 83 | And this is proved to be false especially from the ~fact 214 1, 83 | incorporeal. Which is clearly false: ~for we understand truth, 215 1, 84 | phantasms. For the intellect ~is false if it understands an object 216 1, 84 | intellect is said to be false when it understands a thing 217 1, 84 | understood; for the intellect ~is false when it understands a thing 218 1, 84 | the ~intellect would be false if it abstracted the species 219 1, 84 | is, however, manifestly false for two reasons. First, 220 1, 84 | Whether the intellect can be false?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 221 1, 84 | that the intellect can be false; for the ~Philosopher says ( 222 1, 84 | definition ~of a thing is false in relation to something 223 1, 84 | or when a definition is false in itself as ~involving 224 1, 88 | reasoning; so far as what is false in statement or argument 225 1, 88 | by its contrary ~when a false argument seduces anyone 226 1, 88 | deception" on the part of a false argument. ~But these have 227 1, 88 | which has been shown to be false (A[7]).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 228 1, 89 | wherefore it is evidently false that the soul is of the ~ 229 1, 90 | of all, what they say is false - that light is a body. ~ 230 1, 93 | anyone had told him what was false about these things, he would 231 1, 93 | regard what ~is true as false, is not natural to man as 232 1, 93 | which one adheres to what is false, as ~though it were true, 233 1, 93 | derogatory to man to entertain a false opinion in such ~matters, 234 1, 93 | some ~knowledge, but no false opinion.~Aquin.: SMT FP 235 1, 93 | have been to entertain a false ~opinion.~Aquin.: SMT FP 236 1, 101 | contrariwise; which seems to be false. Therefore man was not place 237 1, 102 | is ~contingent; which is false. Therefore it is possible 238 1, 103 | such an opinion is entirely false, and absolutely ~contrary 239 1, 104 | reward or blame. But this is false. ~Therefore God does not 240 1, 112 | guardianship. But ~that is clearly false. Therefore the angels are 241 1, 113 | persuade one of what ~is false, they will be useless to 242 1, 114 | iv, 2). Secondly, it is false that weight retards ~movement; 243 1, 114 | bodies: which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 244 1, 114 | All of which is manifestly false, and contrary to human habit. 245 1, 114 | this opinion is manifestly false. For we know by ~experience 246 1, 114 | opinion is proved to be false from what we have ~said 247 1, 115 | necessity. But this is false, as proved above (Q[115], 248 1, 116 | phantasms, his opinion is false, as stated above (Q[76], 249 1, 117 | 4~But this principle is false - namely, that being and 250 1, 117 | of these explanations are false; for ~vital functions such 251 1, 117 | beginning. But this statement is false. ~Firstly, in the very principle 252 1, 117 | soul is a ~man, which is false, as proved above (Q[75], 253 1, 117 | statement can be proved to be false in itself. For if it ~is 254 2, 1 | life. Which is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[7] 255 2, 2 | happens that fame ~or glory is false: for as Boethius says (De 256 2, 2 | shameful? For those who receive false fame, must needs blush at 257 2, 2 | But if the knowledge be false, it does not harmonize ~ 258 2, 2 | it is easily ruined by ~false report. And if sometimes 259 2, 4 | And this is shown to be false, both by ~authority and 260 2, 5 | many cannot be altogether false: since ~what is in many, 261 2, 5 | This, however, is evidently false, for two reasons. First, 262 2, 5 | happiness: but ~if it be false, it is in itself an evil 263 2, 5 | evil that he should have a false ~opinion: because the false 264 2, 5 | false ~opinion: because the false is the evil of the intellect, 265 2, 9 | itself, which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[3] 266 2, 10 | which may be ~either true or false - viz. by that which is 267 2, 11 | But this is ~evidently false, since the latter cannot 268 2, 12 | intentions: which is ~evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[12] A[ 269 2, 15 | accomplished; which ~is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[15] A[ 270 2, 15 | And this is proved to be false by the ~authority of Damascene 271 2, 18 | be evil. Which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 272 2, 19 | opinion is said ~to be true or false. Consequently good and evil 273 2, 19 | one who does not follow false ~reason." We must therefore 274 2, 21 | there is sin. But this is false: since ~punishment is not 275 2, 22 | that ~"the true and the false," which pertain to knowledge, " 276 2, 24 | sadness. But this is clearly false. Therefore no passion is 277 2, 28 | love; which is evidently false. Therefore ~mutual indwelling 278 2, 28 | himself: which is evidently false. Therefore ~ecstasy is not 279 2, 29 | commendable: and this is ~clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 280 2, 34 | is seen to be evidently false as regards ~intellectual 281 2, 40 | differences of the true and ~the false, which are only in the mind, 282 2, 51 | habits: but this is clearly false. Therefore ~habits are not 283 2, 53 | Wherefore it is clear ~that a false reason can corrupt the habit 284 2, 58 | 3~Now this is based on a false supposition. Because the 285 2, 64 | be excess if ~something false is affirmed, as though something 286 2, 69 | sensual ~happiness, being false and contrary to reason, 287 2, 72 | either to fear inducing false ~humility, or to love enkindling 288 2, 72 | thus from fear ~engendering false humility man may proceed 289 2, 72 | This also explains how some false opinions are contrary to 290 2, 74 | mortal sin; which is ~clearly false. Therefore there can be 291 2, 76 | sinning, which is clearly false, else ignorance would be 292 2, 77 | and at the same ~time a false opinion about a particular 293 2, 77 | proposition, and actually a false opinion ~about a particular 294 2, 77 | ardor or to fear inducing false humility." Therefore ~self-love 295 2, 78 | principle, ~for he has a false estimation of the end, which 296 2, 79 | the cause of sin, which is false, as ~was proved above (A[ 297 2, 80 | visibly; which is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 298 2, 80 | irremediable: which is clearly false. ~Therefore all the sins 299 2, 88 | make one mortal sin, it is false, because all the ~venial 300 2, 89 | spiritual foundation, even as false opinions are ~outside the 301 2, 93 | since "an opinion is true or false according as it answers 302 2, 95 | for all: which is ~clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] A[ 303 2, 100 | fifth, "Thou shalt not bear false witness"; ~the sixth, "Thou 304 2, 100 | forbidding blasphemy and false doctrine.~Aquin.: SMT FS 305 2, 100 | the sins of homicide and false ~witness.~Aquin.: SMT FS 306 2, 100 | said, "Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy ~neighbor": 307 2, 100 | vain," are a prohibition of false ~doctrine, for one gloss 308 2, 100 | regard to sins of murder and ~false witness, it was necessary 309 2, 100 | and the prohibition of false doctrine ~(Dt. 13). To the 310 2, 100 | commandment, forbidding false testimony, is added the 311 2, 100 | the prohibition ~against false judgment, according to Ex. 312 2, 102 | because no ~doctrine is so false as not to have some truth 313 2, 102 | the Pharisees gave a false interpretation to these 314 2, 103 | profession, if ~he make a false declaration, he sins mortally. 315 2, 103 | not hold anything to be ~false, Paul says that Peter "was 316 2, 105 | for the sin of bearing ~false witness. In other faults 317 2, 107 | enemies, He dispelled the false ~interpretation of the Pharisees, 318 2, 108 | rather than about theft and false witness, because the movement ~ 319 2, 108 | of ~stealing or bearing false witness. They held a false 320 2, 108 | false witness. They held a false opinion about ~perjury, 321 2, 110 | capable of grace. ~But this is false; since it would follow that 322 2, 1 | proposition?~(3) Whether anything false can come under faith?~(4) 323 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether anything false can come under faith? ~Aquin.: 324 2, 1 | would seem that something false can come under faith. For ~ 325 2, 1 | and charity. Now something false can come ~under hope, since 326 2, 1 | good. Therefore something false can be the object ~of faith.~ 327 2, 1 | about Christ would have been false. Therefore the ~object of 328 2, 1 | of faith can be something false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[3] 329 2, 1 | began to preach, ~it was false that Christ was yet to be 330 2, 1 | born. Therefore something false ~can come under faith.~Aquin.: 331 2, 1 | bread. Therefore ~something false can come under faith.~Aquin.: 332 2, 1 | intellect is related to the ~false, considered as the evil 333 2, 1 | 5). Therefore nothing ~false can come under it.~Aquin.: 334 2, 1 | Truth, ~under which nothing false can stand, as neither can 335 2, 1 | follows therefore that nothing false ~can come under faith.~Aquin.: 336 2, 1 | intellect, exclude the false altogether, because it belongs 337 2, 1 | not entirely exclude the ~false, for it is possible to act 338 2, 1 | temperance, while having a false opinion about what one is 339 2, 1 | Nevertheless neither can anything false come under hope, for a man 340 2, 1 | under faith, it cannot be false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[3] 341 2, 1 | for a believer to have a false opinion through a human ~ 342 2, 1 | is quite impossible for a false opinion to be the ~outcome 343 2, 1 | not follow that anything false ~comes under faith.~Aquin.: 344 2, 2 | are about the true or the false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[1] 345 2, 2 | proposed to him be true or false, ~according to Job 12:11: " 346 2, 2 | worshipped together ~with false gods, 'God is known in Judea'; 347 2, 3 | faith, or that the faith is ~false, or so as to turn others 348 2, 4 | the true, since nothing false can be the object of faith, 349 2, 4 | and which is subject to be false: hence such like faith is 350 2, 4 | object ~cannot be anything false; so that faith of this kind 351 2, 6 | to believe. But this is false, ~for, since man, by assenting 352 2, 6 | from God, so neither is a false faith; and as lifeless faith 353 2, 10 | knowledge of ~God: and by false knowledge of God, man does 354 2, 10 | possible for one who has a false opinion of God, to know 355 2, 10 | unbelief ~turns, is the false opinion that it follows: 356 2, 10 | unbelievers follow many false opinions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 357 2, 10 | which they corrupt by their false interpretations, their ~ 358 2, 11 | either devises or follows false and new opinions, ~for the 359 2, 11 | who devises or follows false or new opinions. Therefore 360 2, 11 | adherence to one's own false opinion, and from this it 361 2, 11 | Christian ~faith, if a man has a false opinion in matters that 362 2, 11 | only when a person has a false opinion about ~things belonging 363 2, 11 | Ezech. 13:6) about the false prophets: "They have persisted ~ 364 2, 11 | they have said," viz. by false interpretations of ~Scripture. 365 2, 11 | heresy those who, however false and perverse their opinion 366 2, 12 | he who asserts something ~false about God, takes His name 367 2, 12 | seems to assert that God is false. But not every blasphemer 368 2, 12 | far as to say that God is false. Therefore perjury is a 369 2, 12 | not say or think something false about God, as the ~blasphemer 370 2, 12 | not that he ~deems God a false witness, but in the hope, 371 2, 19 | which is conformed to a false intellect is evil in itself 372 2, 19 | 33:11]: while ~it is a false opinion that He refuses 373 2, 19 | is in conformity with the false opinion about God, is ~vicious 374 2, 20 | movement that is conformed to a false intellect, is evil ~in itself 375 2, 20 | Moreover it is conformed to a false ~intellect, just as despair 376 2, 20 | despair is: for just as it is false that God does not ~pardon 377 2, 20 | to repentance, so ~is it false that He grants forgiveness 378 2, 20 | hopes for; yet by a kind of ~false likeness it is more opposed 379 2, 23 | speculative sciences, the false opinions that are derived 380 2, 28 | take most pity. But this is false: for ~the Philosopher says ( 381 2, 28 | in Evang. xxxiv) that "false godliness," i.e. of the 382 2, 36 | a ~disavowal of what is false, with the proper measure 383 2, 37 | to be that heresy holds ~false doctrine while schism severs 384 2, 38 | through being told something false, or through the breaking 385 2, 45 | is threefold. There is a false prudence, which ~takes its 386 2, 45 | fitting for an evil ~end, has false prudence, in far as that 387 2, 45 | have stated above, to be "false prudence" or "prudence of ~ 388 2, 47 | action, wherein, even as false is found with true, ~so 389 2, 49 | reasoning either in coming to a ~false conclusion, or in coming 390 2, 49 | to a true conclusion from false premisses ~through employing 391 2, 51 | those vices which have a false resemblance to prudence, ~ 392 2, 53 | make out the truth to ~be false," and further on he adds: " 393 2, 53 | the reason is led to a false conclusion that appears 394 2, 53 | the reason proceeds from false premises, that appear to ~ 395 2, 53 | either to a true or to a false conclusion. Even so a sin 396 2, 53 | pursued by means that are false and ~counterfeit but by 397 2, 53 | everything that ~can pertain to false prudence, so that it comprises 398 2, 57 | v, 9) that they hold a ~false opinion who maintain that 399 2, 57 | this opinion would not be false unless it ~were proper to 400 2, 58 | about both the true and the false. Now it is impossible to 401 2, 58 | were unlawful. But this is false, because "we ~cannot avoid 402 2, 58 | the intellect, and ~the false is its evil," as stated 403 2, 59 | man is injured secretly by false witness, detractions and 404 2, 62 | but who is convicted by false witnesses; and again the ~ 405 2, 62 | who has been convicted by false ~witnesses, is innocent 406 2, 63 | anyone, which is clearly false. Therefore the same conclusion ~ 407 2, 63 | prison; ~and this is clearly false. Therefore the same conclusion 408 2, 65 | were convicted of bearing false witness. But these ancients ~ 409 2, 65 | something is proved ~by means of false witnesses. Therefore it 410 2, 66 | unless he gives ~utterance to false accusations out of malice. 411 2, 66 | be blamed has uttered a false accusation.~Aquin.: SMT 412 2, 66 | his ~proofs, and admitting false excuses.~Aquin.: SMT SS 413 2, 66 | matter of his ~accusation is false, and then by mutual consent 414 2, 66 | aware that a man has made a false accusation, not with a mind 415 2, 66 | they shall find that the false ~witness hath told a lie 416 2, 67 | never ~lawful to make a false declaration.~Aquin.: SMT 417 2, 68 | is a mortal sin to bear false witness?~Aquin.: SMT SS 418 2, 68 | any other penalty, or from false defamation, or some loss, 419 2, 68 | as a precaution against false evidence rather than as 420 2, 68 | always a mortal sin to give false evidence?~Aquin.: SMT SS 421 2, 68 | always a mortal sin to give false ~evidence. For a person 422 2, 68 | person may happen to give false evidence, through ~ignorance 423 2, 68 | Therefore ~the giving of false evidence is not always a 424 2, 68 | of this kind ~occurs in false evidence, as when a person 425 2, 68 | as when a person gives false evidence in order ~to save 426 2, 68 | threatens him ~through other false witnesses or a perverse 427 2, 68 | not a mortal sin to give false evidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS 428 2, 68 | already a mortal sin to give false evidence. ~Therefore the 429 2, 68 | Therefore the giving of false evidence is not always mortal 430 2, 68 | written (Prov. 19:5): "A false witness shall not ~be unpunished."~ 431 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, False evidence has a threefold 432 2, 68 | Hence the prohibition of false evidence by the precept ~ 433 2, 68 | Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor." 434 2, 68 | account, the giving of ~false evidence is not always a 435 2, 68 | himself certain about that false thing, he does not sin mortally 436 2, 68 | judgment, wherefore the false ~evidence given in an unjust 437 2, 69 | cause (e.g. by producing false ~witnesses, or alleging 438 2, 69 | witnesses, or alleging false laws), than to defend an 439 2, 71 | by saying that which is false about him; secondly, by 440 2, 75 | not tell anyone what is false. Much less ~therefore is 441 2, 76 | taken by a man swearing by false gods ~(which is a manifest 442 2, 76 | of a man that swears by false gods, is a party, not to ~ 443 2, 76 | to induce him to swear by false gods, he ~would sin.~Aquin.: 444 2, 81 | But this is absolutely false, ~because, since prayers 445 2, 85 | Therefore the former is false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 446 2, 86 | But this ~is evidently false, because just as the practice 447 2, 86 | this opinion is based on a false supposition: because a spiritual ~ 448 2, 87 | would swear. ~But this is false Therefore the antecedent 449 2, 87 | Therefore the antecedent is false also.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] 450 2, 87 | oath, that it be neither false, nor unlawful, ~and this 451 2, 87 | rash oath lacks judgment, a false oath lacks truth, and a 452 2, 88 | incantations, which is evidently false. Therefore the ~antecedent 453 2, 88 | Therefore the ~antecedent is false also.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] 454 2, 91 | Consequently, ~if anything false is signified by outward 455 2, 92 | univocally of the desire of false happiness, and of the desire 456 2, 92 | univocally of the worship of ~false gods, which is called idolatry, 457 2, 92 | heresy, which only means a false opinion. Therefore heresy 458 2, 92 | paid to the true or to a false king. In another sense ~ 459 2, 92 | 4~But this is evidently false. For since outward worship 460 2, 93 | divinations which are based on false and vain ~opinions, in order 461 2, 93 | makes use of a vain and false opinion if, by observing ~ 462 2, 93 | his conduct is based on a false and vain opinion; and so ~ 463 2, 93 | unlawful when it is based on a false opinion. Wherefore we must ~ 464 2, 93 | his opinion is vain and ~false, and consequently is not 465 2, 94 | natural matter. Hence it is false, what Porphyry ~held, according 466 2, 94 | lest it contain anything false, because in ~that case also 467 2, 96 | statement confirmed on oath ~be false?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 468 2, 96 | statement confirmed on oath be false. As stated above (Q[89], 469 2, 96 | consist in swearing by ~false gods rather than in a lack 470 2, 96 | to is true, whereas it is false"; ~the second is: "Take 471 2, 96 | knows the statement to ~be false, and swears to it as though 472 2, 96 | who thinks his statement false, and swears to its being ~ 473 2, 96 | happen to that which is false. Hence falsehood directly 474 2, 96 | swears to the ~truth by false gods, yet perjury takes 475 2, 96 | end, by swearing ~what is false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 476 2, 96 | apprehended good. Wherefore if the false be apprehended as true, 477 2, 96 | it will ~be materially false, but formally true, as related 478 2, 96 | the will. If ~something false be apprehended as false, 479 2, 96 | false be apprehended as false, it will be false both materially ~ 480 2, 96 | apprehended as false, it will be false both materially ~and formally. 481 2, 96 | is true be apprehended as false, it will be ~materially 482 2, 96 | materially true, and formally false. Hence in each of these 483 2, 96 | to the truth thinking it false. For Augustine says (De 484 2, 96 | swear by God to something false; for instance, if we were 485 2, 96 | is swearing to ~something false, is not excused from mortal 486 2, 96 | falsely so is it ~to swear by false gods. Yet it is lawful to 487 2, 96 | of ~one who has sworn by false gods, as Augustine says ( 488 2, 96 | who is ready to swear by false ~gods, but it is not lawful 489 2, 96 | to induce him to swear by false gods. Yet it ~seems to be 490 2, 96 | one who swears truly by false gods, as ~Augustine says ( 491 2, 98 | temporal, and ~this is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 492 2, 98 | a show of it, and under false pretenses stealthily ~purloins 493 2, 106 | together of the people, and a false calumny." But vengeance 494 2, 106 | and this is ~evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 495 2, 107 | less: thus it is no more false that four are five, than 496 2, 108 | truth, thinking it to be false, lies, according to ~Augustine ( 497 2, 108 | xii) that ~"a lie is a false signification by words." 498 2, 108 | to deceive. Wherefore a false ~statement uttered with 499 2, 108 | statement is the true or the false. And the intention of a 500 2, 108 | is the proper effect of a false statement, namely, that


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