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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | the better preserved from error. For then it is clear that ~ 2 1, 3 | the Almaricians. The third error is that of David of Dinant, ~ 3 1, 7 | mathematics there is no error, since "there is no lie ~ 4 1, 11 | Gods are called many by the error of some who worshipped ~ 5 1, 16 | understood. But this is the error of the ancient philosophers, 6 1, 17 | the ~senses entrap us into error by their deceptive similitudes."~ 7 1, 28 | point, but revoked his error later at the council of 8 1, 28 | Para. 2/4~To perceive the error here expressed, we must 9 1, 28 | ideal trinity, which is the error ~of Sabellius.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 29 | to avoid any ~occasion of error, it was thought preferable 11 1, 31 | Trin. i, 3), "nowhere is error more harmful, the quest 12 1, 31 | between ~them - namely, the error of Arius, who placed a Trinity 13 1, 31 | Trinity of persons; and the error of Sabellius, who placed 14 1, 31 | 2/4~Thus, to avoid the error of Arius we must shun the 15 1, 32 | substance, which was the error of Origen and Arius, who 16 1, 32 | by His Word ~excludes the error of those who say that God 17 1, 32 | says (De Trin. i, 3): "No error is ~more dangerous than 18 1, 32 | against ~faith, then the error cannot be free from heresy. 19 1, 33 | to avoid any occasion of error. In this way, Hilary says ( 20 1, 34 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The error of Valentine was condemned, 21 1, 36 | up to meet some prevalent error condemned in the council 22 1, 36 | the ancient councils the error ~of those who said that 23 1, 36 | the first to introduce the error that ~the Holy Ghost did 24 1, 36 | council of Ephesus. This error was embraced by ~Theodoric 25 1, 39 | which can be occasion of ~error. Now, to say that the three 26 1, 39 | substance, furnishes occasion of error. For, as Hilary says (De 27 1, 39 | fear of giving ~occasion to error.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 28 1, 39 | whatever might verge on error in faith should be ~avoided 29 1, 39 | three ~persons, may verge on error in faith; for it may be 30 1, 39 | above ~explained. So, no error in faith can arise, but 31 1, 42 | in order to exclude the error of Eunomius, but also that 32 1, 42 | the Father to exclude the error of Arius.~Aquin.: SMT FP 33 1, 43 | His gifts; and this is the error of ~those who say that the 34 1, 46 | which is an ~intolerable error; and therefore it is refuted 35 1, 49 | other ~evil, fell into this error from the same cause, whence 36 1, 50 | 52,57). Thence came the error of the ~Sadducees, who said 37 1, 58 | 5) Whether there can be error in the angel's intellect?~( 38 1, 58 | reason, has falsehood or error in its intellect. But ~Dionysius ( 39 1, 58 | seems ~that there can be error in the minds of the angels.~ 40 1, 58 | But there is no room for error in understanding simple 41 1, 58 | therefore, no falsehood, error, or deception can exist 42 1, 58 | hence ~there can be no error or falsehood in them. But 43 1, 58 | angel; since ~there is no error nor falsehood. Therefore 44 1, 58 | comparison with ignorance or error; yet it is dark in comparison 45 1, 63 | them either there can be no error at all, or at least not ~ 46 1, 63 | always comes of ignorance or error; ~otherwise what is evil 47 1, 65 | allege in proof of ~their error the words of the Apostle ( 48 1, 70 | heaven, and being deceived by error thou adore and serve them, 49 1, 74 | in order to remove that error, that ~God Himself made 50 1, 39 | which can be occasion of ~error. Now, to say that the three 51 1, 39 | substance, furnishes occasion of error. For, as Hilary says (De 52 1, 39 | fear of giving ~occasion to error.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 53 1, 39 | whatever might verge on error in faith should be ~avoided 54 1, 39 | three ~persons, may verge on error in faith; for it may be 55 1, 39 | above ~explained. So, no error in faith can arise, but 56 1, 42 | in order to exclude the error of Eunomius, but also that 57 1, 42 | the Father to exclude the error of Arius.~Aquin.: SMT FP 58 1, 43 | His gifts; and this is the error of ~those who say that the 59 1, 47 | which is an ~intolerable error; and therefore it is refuted 60 1, 50 | other ~evil, fell into this error from the same cause, whence 61 1, 51 | 52,57). Thence came the error of the ~Sadducees, who said 62 1, 59 | 5) Whether there can be error in the angel's intellect?~( 63 1, 59 | reason, has falsehood or error in its intellect. But ~Dionysius ( 64 1, 59 | seems ~that there can be error in the minds of the angels.~ 65 1, 59 | But there is no room for error in understanding simple 66 1, 59 | therefore, no falsehood, error, or deception can exist 67 1, 59 | hence ~there can be no error or falsehood in them. But 68 1, 59 | angel; since ~there is no error nor falsehood. Therefore 69 1, 59 | comparison with ignorance or error; yet it is dark in comparison 70 1, 64 | them either there can be no error at all, or at least not ~ 71 1, 64 | always comes of ignorance or error; ~otherwise what is evil 72 1, 66 | allege in proof of ~their error the words of the Apostle ( 73 1, 71 | heaven, and being deceived by error thou adore and serve them, 74 1, 73 | in order to remove that error, that ~God Himself made 75 1, 78 | judging of the truth or error of ~the opinion discovers 76 1, 81 | things," but "truth and error," which are objects of the ~ 77 1, 84 | phantasm, there will be error in the intellect.~Aquin.: 78 1, 84 | from it, there ~would be error in this opinion or assertion. 79 1, 84 | understand, there is no error in such an ~opinion or assertion, 80 1, 84 | Objection, ~concerning the error of the sinner, who errs 81 1, 89 | A[1] Body Para. 2/4~This error seems to have originated 82 1, 114 | order to lead man into the error of ~believing that there 83 1, 116 | in order to confirm the error of heathen superstition. 84 2, 5 | ii, 3), following the ~error of certain Platonists, held 85 2, 19 | generically, there is no error: and in like ~manner if 86 2, 19 | or conscience err with an error that is involuntary, ~either 87 2, 19 | ought to know; then such an error of reason or conscience 88 2, 19 | being ~evil. But if the error arise from ignorance of 89 2, 19 | involuntary, then ~that error of reason or conscience 90 2, 19 | reason is evil; since this error arises from ignorance of 91 2, 19 | being evil: because this error ~arises from ignorance of 92 2, 19 | because he can lay aside his error, ~since his ignorance is 93 2, 36 | hurtful, found their ~way in: error and pain stole an entrance 94 2, 36 | ignorance ~is the cause of error. Therefore desire is a cause 95 2, 50 | contains some truth, and some error. For it is manifest ~from 96 2, 67 | there without any danger of ~error; fortitude, without the 97 2, 73 | which ~opinion arose the error of certain heretics, who 98 2, 74 | knowledge of truth, which error is imputed to ~the reason 99 2, 74 | when it is in ignorance or error about what it is ~able and 100 2, 77 | there were ignorance ~or error in the reason. Hence it 101 2, 85 | difficulty," from which arise "error and vexation," which ~four 102 2, 85 | difficult to tend to the good. "Error" and ~"vexation" are consequent 103 2, 88 | through the end, even as an error about conclusions can ~be 104 2, 88 | principle, as neither can an error about principles. Wherefore ~ 105 2, 100 | without grace. But this is the error of Pelagius, as Augustine ~ 106 2, 102 | some truth mingled with error, just ~as on the surface 107 2, 1 | some happen to fall into error, looking at it ~in this 108 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: No error about the descent into hell 109 2, 5 | longer in heresy but ~only in error. Therefore it is clear that 110 2, 7 | contrary to it, viz. that of error, and which consists in the 111 2, 8 | last end one must not be in error ~about the end, and must 112 2, 10 | dangerous or an unhealthy error, if he does or says ~what 113 2, 10 | abode, ~i.e. wickedness and error, is not without sin.~Aquin.: 114 2, 10 | would tend to ~strengthen error. Hence Gregory says (Pastor. 115 2, 10 | thoughtless speech gives rise to error, so does an indiscreet silence ~ 116 2, 10 | silence ~leave those in error who might have been instructed." 117 2, 10 | convince those who ~are in error, according to Titus 1:9: " 118 2, 11 | imagination (which gives rise to error, as the ~Philosopher states 119 2, 11 | to have relapsed into the error which they had ~already 120 2, 22 | been to some an occasion of error.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 121 2, 35 | it be accompanied by an error about ~things necessary 122 2, 41 | says ~that "the Apostle's error was due to his sense of 123 2, 41 | suppress the truth and teach ~error in order to avoid any scandal 124 2, 41 | Apostle avoided, arose from an error ~of the gentiles who were 125 2, 53 | meaning by words, to represent error as truth, to make out the 126 2, 62 | contains an inexcusable error, he should not obey, else 127 2, 66 | accusation on account ~of an error for which he is not to blame. 128 2, 66 | through levity of mind or an error ~for which he is not to 129 2, 66 | a man is led ~by a just error to make an accusation, in 130 2, 66 | through ignorance or a just error, he does not ~impose the 131 2, 68 | certitude without fear of ~error, is no reason why we should 132 2, 81 | ancients there was a threefold error concerning ~prayer. Some 133 2, 81 | Cont. Vigilant. 6), the error of ~Vigilantius consisted 134 2, 92 | There has been a twofold error in this matter. For some ~[* 135 2, 92 | the sovereign ~good." This error was embraced also by certain 136 2, 94 | snares of a ~pernicious error," as Augustine says (De 137 2, 95 | says: "The Law detests error and idolatry above all: 138 2, 95 | if he be confirmed in his error, than if he doubt ~the truth 139 2, 95 | his deeds he professes an error contrary to the divine ~ 140 2, 95 | superstitious man ~professes an error, as shown above (Q[94], 141 2, 120 | so that it forbids an error against faith. ~Again, a 142 2, 120 | confession of faith, which, like ~error, is an act of unbelief. 143 2, 150 | Jerome (Contra Jovin. i) the error of ~Jovinian consisted in 144 2, 150 | preferable to marriage. ~This error is refuted above all by 145 2, 152 | most ~grievous and shameful error is that which is about things 146 2, 165 | doing men easily fall into error: wherefore ~it is written ( 147 2, 169 | however, this should lead to error, "they are very soon ~set 148 2, 176 | is lest by a most baneful error the ~weak be deceived into 149 2, 178 | whereby it is rendered free of error and of outward occupation"; ~ 150 2, 178 | of the soul there is no error, even as there is clearly 151 2, 178 | as there is clearly no ~error in the understanding of 152 2, 184 | in order to exclude the error of Vigilantius it ~is said ( 153 2, 185 | of such like duties. This error is rejected by ~Pope Boniface [* 154 2, 185 | Secondly, he refutes the above error ~from the usefulness of 155 2, 186 | simplicity fell into the error of the ~Anthropomorphites, 156 2, 186 | truth become the masters of error." Hence ~it is written ( 157 2, 187 | to be converted from the error of his way, shall save ~ 158 3, 2 | opinion falls into the error of Nestorius by maintaining 159 3, 3 | greater ~than I." Now this error would not have arisen if 160 3, 3 | finding an occasion of ~error, as though the Son were 161 3, 5 | Himself deigned to refute this error (Lk. 24:37,39), when the ~ 162 3, 5 | Evangelists. ~Secondly, this error lessens the utility of the 163 3, 5 | qu. 80) that from this error it would have followed that 164 3, 16 | honor. And into the same error fall those who suppose two 165 3, 16 | seem to countenance their error. Now the ~Arian heretics 166 3, 16 | in order to avoid ~the error of Manes, who held that 167 3, 20 | qualification in order to avoid the error of Arius, who held the Son 168 3, 25 | might be an occasion of ~error - namely, lest the movement 169 3, 25 | may be the occasion of ~error. But to worship the relics 170 3, 25 | dead seems to savor of the error ~of the Gentiles, who gave 171 3, 25 | we do not fall into the ~error of the Gentiles, who gave 172 3, 28 | hesitation we must abhor the error of ~Helvidius, who dared 173 3, 28 | Para. 2/5~Secondly, this error is an insult to the Holy 174 3, 31 | Consequently a twofold error ~may occur on this point. 175 3, 31 | Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, error may occur by attributing 176 3, 36 | this seems to favor the error of those ~who think that 177 3, 36 | removed all ~occasion of error. For, as Augustine says ( 178 3, 36 | does not corroborate the error of those who "think ~there 179 3, 36 | nations is without any error through the inspiration 180 3, 42 | Christ's doctrine ~is "not of error nor of uncleanness" (1 Thess. 181 3, 42 | belonged to remove occasions of error, and to ~open out the road 182 3, 46 | discrepancy is due to the ~error of a Greek transcriber: 183 3, 50 | truly dead: ~hence it is an error against faith to assert 184 3, 50 | yet without intent ~of error in faith: as Hugh of Saint 185 3, 54 | human body, belongs to the error of Eutyches, ~Bishop of 186 3, 55 | have ~led them into the error of believing that He had 187 3, 55 | certain confusion of doubt or error: "for, the sensual men perceiveth 188 3, 60 | But if he ~do this through error or a slip of the tongue, 189 3, 66 | s body, and confute the error of the ~Manichees: water, 190 3, 66 | minister, in order to avoid the error of those who in the past 191 3, 66 | however, there arose the error of certain schismatics and ~ 192 3, 66 | in detestation of their error, only ~one immersion was 193 3, 66 | received while in that state of error ~was no Baptism at all, 194 3, 66 | Holy Ghost, to cast off error and ignorance, and to ~acknowledge 195 3, 69 | Now the source of their error was that they did not recognize 196 3, 75 | afterwards forced to withdraw his error, and to acknowledge ~the 197 3, 78 | 5: Further, occasions of error ought to be withheld from 198 3, 78 | But some have fallen into error in thinking that Christ' 199 3, 80 | misunderstood that the above error seems to ~have arisen, through 200 3, 82 | Jerome is condemning the error of priests ~who believed 201 Suppl, 21| observed. In this case, if the error, on the part of the sentence, 202 Suppl, 21| excommunication; but if the error does not annul the sentence, 203 Suppl, 25| Hieron. lxxviii), "if any error were discovered ~in Holy 204 Suppl, 25| In like manner, ~if any error were to be found in the 205 Suppl, 50| in the following verse:~"Error, station, vow, kinship, 206 Suppl, 50| i.e. compulsion, and "error" in reference to ignorance. 207 Suppl, 51| 1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF ERROR (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 208 Suppl, 51| place the impediment of error. Under this head there are 209 Suppl, 51| of inquiry:~(1) Whether error of its very nature is an 210 Suppl, 51| matrimony?~(2) What kind of error?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 211 Suppl, 51| Whether it is right to reckon error as an impediment to marriage?~ 212 Suppl, 51| OBJ 1: It would seem that error should not be reckoned in 213 Suppl, 51| ignorance is not the same as error, because ignorance ~excludes 214 Suppl, 51| knowledge altogether, whereas error does not, since "error is 215 Suppl, 51| whereas error does not, since "error is to ~approve the false 216 Suppl, 51| Therefore ignorance rather than error should have been ~reckoned 217 Suppl, 51| the good of marriage. But error is not a ~thing of this 218 Suppl, 51| of this kind. Therefore error is not by its very nature 219 Suppl, 51| none the less. Therefore error ~does not annul matrimony.~ 220 Suppl, 51| in this case, there was error. Therefore error does not 221 Suppl, 51| there was error. Therefore error does not annul a marriage.~ 222 Suppl, 51| opposed to consent than error?" Now ~consent is required 223 Suppl, 51| for marriage. Therefore error is an impediment to ~matrimony.~ 224 Suppl, 51| something voluntary. Now error is an obstacle ~to the voluntary, 225 Suppl, 51| not apply to one who is in error. Therefore error is an impediment ~ 226 Suppl, 51| who is in error. Therefore error is an impediment ~to matrimony.~ 227 Suppl, 51| lacking also. Hence, ~when error hinders knowledge, there 228 Suppl, 51| to ~the natural law for error to void marriage.~Aquin.: 229 Suppl, 51| ignorance differs from error, because ~ignorance does 230 Suppl, 51| act of knowledge, while ~error supposes a wrong judgment 231 Suppl, 51| we ~call it ignorance or error, since no ignorance can 232 Suppl, 51| voluntary, unless it have error in conjunction with it, 233 Suppl, 51| ignorance there must needs ~be error; and for this reason error 234 Suppl, 51| error; and for this reason error is set down as being the 235 Suppl, 51| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although error is not of itself contrary 236 Suppl, 51| which ~happened through an error, but by their consent, which 237 Suppl, 51| Para. 1/1~Whether every error is an impediment to matrimony?~ 238 Suppl, 51| It would seem that every error is an impediment to matrimony, 239 Suppl, 51| Sent. iv, D, 30), only error about the ~condition or 240 Suppl, 51| in all its bearings. Now error is of its very nature an ~ 241 Suppl, 51| A[1]). Therefore every error is ~an impediment to matrimony.~ 242 Suppl, 51| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, if error, as such, is an impediment 243 Suppl, 51| matrimony, the ~greater the error the greater the impediment. 244 Suppl, 51| the impediment. Now the error concerning ~faith in a heretic 245 Suppl, 51| sacrament is greater than an ~error concerning the person. Therefore 246 Suppl, 51| greater impediment ~than error about the person.~Aquin.: 247 Suppl, 51| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, error does not void marriage except 248 Suppl, 51| Therefore it is not only error about ~condition or person 249 Suppl, 51| or mental qualities. But error ~regarding the condition 250 Suppl, 51| to matrimony. Therefore error ~concerning quality or fortune 251 Suppl, 51| and the lack ~thereof. Now error regarding the condition 252 Suppl, 51| to ~matrimony. Therefore error about the other matters 253 Suppl, 51| A[1]). Therefore just as error ~regarding the condition 254 Suppl, 51| impediment, so also should error about ~those other matters 255 Suppl, 51| would seem that not even error about the ~person is an 256 Suppl, 51| for them to remain in this error for many ~years and to beget 257 Suppl, 51| Therefore their previous error did not void their marriage.~ 258 Suppl, 51| on to his brother. Thus error regarding the person is 259 Suppl, 51| 1~I answer that, Just as error, through causing involuntariness, 260 Suppl, 51| impediment to marriage. ~Now error does not excuse from sin 261 Suppl, 51| take due care. Wherefore error, in order to ~void marriage, 262 Suppl, 51| first of these is removed by error concerning the person, ~ 263 Suppl, 51| the person, ~the second by error regarding the condition, 264 Suppl, 51| its generic nature that error is an ~impediment to marriage, 265 Suppl, 51| thereto; namely from its being error about one of the essentials 266 Suppl, 51| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: An error of faith about matrimony 267 Suppl, 51| being lawful. Wherefore such error as these is no ~impediment 268 Suppl, 51| marriage, as neither does an error about baptism hinder a ~ 269 Suppl, 51| 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Error about a person's rank, as 270 Suppl, 51| same reason as neither does error about a personal ~quality. 271 Suppl, 51| quality. If, however, the error about a person's rank or 272 Suppl, 51| position amounts ~to an error about the person, it is 273 Suppl, 51| this particular person, her error about ~his rank does not 274 Suppl, 51| brought to her, there is error about the person, ~and the 275 Suppl, 51| 6 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Error is an impediment to matrimony, 276 Suppl, 51| Master) does not mention ~error about such things, because 277 Suppl, 51| marriage ~whether there be error about them or not; so that 278 Suppl, 51| contract. But if there be error about a thing ~sought for 279 Suppl, 51| the one whom she took in error. Nor can she return to his ~ 280 Suppl, 52| Further, just as one may be in error about slavery, so as to 281 Suppl, 52| slave, so may one be in error about freedom, so as ~to 282 Suppl, 52| cap. Ad nostram) ~that "error regarding the condition 283 Suppl, 52| special impediments besides error; ~whereas a change of person 284 Suppl, 52| special impediment besides ~error, because the substitution 285 Suppl, 55| authority through man's error, which being an error of 286 Suppl, 55| s error, which being an error of fact ~excuses from sin, 287 Suppl, 58| use of reason more than error does. ~But error is an impediment 288 Suppl, 58| more than error does. ~But error is an impediment to marriage. 289 Suppl, 58| impediment is reducible to error, since in either case ~there 290 Suppl, 58| reducible to the impediment of error; because a ~man has not 291 Suppl, 71| altogether, which is the error of Origen (Peri ~Archon. 292 Suppl, 71| It was, however, a pagan error that burial was ~profitable 293 Suppl, 72| needs. But this is ~the error of Vigilantius, as Jerome 294 Suppl, 72| consequently to agree with the error either of Nestorius, who ~ 295 Suppl, 75| can be asserted without error that some die not, that ~ 296 Suppl, 76| accidental, which is the error of the ~ancient philosophers 297 Suppl, 78| matter in all, unless an error should occur. But ~the error 298 Suppl, 78| error should occur. But ~the error of nature will be set right 299 Suppl, 78| exceeds nor fails without ~error, and yet this quantity has 300 Suppl, 78| growth, if there has been no error in the working of nature, 301 Suppl, 78| not rise again, since all error will be removed ~at the 302 Suppl, 81| observes, proceeds from an error in ~the imagination; for 303 Suppl, 81| of the medium. This is an error of the ~imagination, because 304 Suppl, 85| Consequently there can be no error affecting the ~knowledge 305 Suppl, 85| and the corruptions ~of error were so numerous, that some 306 Suppl, 88| and ~being deceived by error thou adore and serve them, 307 Suppl, 96| their punishment." But this error ~has been condemned by the 308 Suppl, 96| 17,18), some evaded ~the error of Origen by asserting that 309 Suppl, 96| this faith not only is the error of unbelief ~opposed, but


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