Part, Question
1 1, 3  inasmuch as all things lie under ~His protection.~Aquin.:
2 1, 7  error, since "there is no lie ~in things abstract," as
3 1, 17  is called in Scripture a lie, ~"They have laid hold on
4 1, 19  as a man, that He should lie, ~nor as the son of man,
5 1, 114  visible fashion, certain seeds lie ~hidden in the corporeal
6 2, 42  of ~an evil that does not lie in our own power: and consequently
7 2, 48  the other hand, is said to lie low and to be cunning, because, ~
8 2, 100  28:22,23: "Thou shalt not lie with ~mankind . . . thou
9 2, 102  lustful man who ~seeks to lie hidden in his deeds of darkness.
10 2, 105  should agree to tell a lie. Therefore it is unreasonably
11 2, 105  The woman that shall lie ~under any beast, shall
12 2, 2  by God Himself Who cannot lie.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[4]
13 2, 8  externally), and ~effects lie hidden in their causes,
14 2, 11  enemies of Christ's cross lie in ~wait for our every deed
15 2, 29  account of the obligation we lie under towards ~them for
16 2, 31  saying of Prov. 24:19: "Lie not in wait, nor ~seek after
17 2, 38  all men, it is wrong to lie to anyone, as Augustine
18 2, 53  craftiness by which they lie in wait to deceive": and ~
19 2, 62  either ~because the wicked lie hidden among the good, or
20 2, 66  false ~witness hath told a lie against his brother: then
21 2, 67  sin ~mortally if he tell a lie in court.~Aquin.: SMT SS
22 2, 67  just as it is an officious lie when one tells a lie in ~
23 2, 67  officious lie when one tells a lie in ~order to rescue another
24 2, 67  death, so is it an officious lie when ~one tells a lie in
25 2, 67  officious lie when ~one tells a lie in order to free oneself
26 2, 67  another. Now an officious lie is ~considered not a mortal
27 2, 67  But that the accused lie by denying himself to be
28 2, 67  neighbor. ~Therefore such a lie is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.:
29 2, 67  Therefore it is ~a mortal sin to lie in order to cover one's
30 2, 67  is not lawful for him to lie.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[
31 2, 67  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To lie, with injury to another
32 2, 67  is not a purely officious lie, for it has an admixture
33 2, 67  admixture of ~the pernicious lie: and when a man lies in
34 2, 67  guile have the force of a lie, ~and so to use them would
35 2, 68  be concealed and not a lie be told. Now, by hiding
36 2, 68  truth and he who tells a lie are guilty, the former because
37 2, 68  Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a lie that benefits someone and
38 2, 68  mortal sin. Now sometimes a lie of this kind ~occurs in
39 2, 68  by reason of which every lie is a sin: on this account,
40 2, 69  of him that ~hateth thee lie underneath his burden, thou
41 2, 69  than if his ass were to lie underneath ~its burden.
42 2, 81  Therefore either ~they lie in saying this, and so are
43 2, 86  subject to ~him, it does not lie in his power to do as he
44 2, 87  witness, for neither ~can God lie, nor is anything hidden
45 2, 87  liar He makes known his lie. ~Hence oaths are of two
46 2, 87  knows all things and ~cannot lie. Therefore the accompanying
47 2, 91  xiv), "a most ~pernicious lie is that which is uttered
48 2, 91  Christian religion." Now it is a lie if one signify outwardly
49 2, 92  just as it is a wicked lie to affirm the contrary of
50 2, 108  Contra Mend. xii) that ~"a lie is a false signification
51 2, 108  one doubt that ~it is a lie to tell a falsehood in order
52 2, 108  to deceive is a manifest lie." But this is ~opposed to
53 2, 108  the essential notion of a lie is taken from formal falsehood, ~
54 2, 108  also the word "mendacium" [lie] is derived from its being
55 2, 108  that it is not a ~perfect lie, since what is beside the
56 2, 108  the specific nature of a lie.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[
57 2, 108  when it is said that "a lie is a ~false signification
58 2, 108  the effect: for a "jocose" lie is ~told in order to make
59 2, 108  make fun, an "officious" lie for some useful purpose, ~
60 2, 108  purpose, ~and a "mischievous" lie in order to injure someone.
61 2, 108  doctrine"; the second is "a lie that ~profits no one and
62 2, 108  destroy all that speak a ~lie," says "that there are three
63 2, 108  there is another kind of lie ~that is told in fun; but
64 2, 108  fun; but the third kind of lie is told out of malice." ~
65 2, 108  these is called an officious lie, the second a jocose lie, ~
66 2, 108  lie, the second a jocose lie, ~the third a mischievous
67 2, 108  the third a mischievous lie. Therefore lies are divided
68 2, 108  of two kinds, namely, the lie which goes beyond the truth,
69 2, 108  belongs to "boasting," and the lie which stops short of the
70 2, 108  called a ~"mischievous" lie, while the sin of lying
71 2, 108  and then it is a "jocose" lie, or of ~usefulness, and
72 2, 108  we have the "officious" lie, whereby it is intended ~
73 2, 108  God, and then we have the ~lie "in religious doctrine,"
74 2, 108  it is the second kind of lie, ~which "profits no one,
75 2, 108  this is the ~third kind of lie, "which profits one, and
76 2, 108  diminution; and ~this is the lie which is told "out of mere
77 2, 108  fifth kind is the jocose lie, which is told "with a desire
78 2, 108  comprised under the officious lie, ~wherein something useful
79 2, 108  we have the sixth kind of lie, ~which "profits someone
80 2, 108  Para. 1/1~Whether every lie is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS
81 2, 108  It seems that not every lie is a sin. For it is evident
82 2, 108  account. Therefore not every lie is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS
83 2, 108  were rewarded by God for a lie, for it is stated that "
84 2, 108  Ex. 1:21). Therefore a lie is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT
85 2, 108  Holofernes. Therefore ~not every lie is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS
86 2, 108  Therefore a man may ~lawfully lie, to save another from committing
87 2, 108  OBJ 5: Further, it is a lie not to fulfill what one
88 2, 108  ill." Therefore not every ~lie is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS
89 2, 108  6: Further, apparently a lie is a sin because thereby
90 2, 108  that there is any kind of lie that is not a sin deceives
91 2, 108  others." Yet not every lie is a cause of deception,
92 2, 108  is ~deceived by a jocose lie; seeing that lies of this
93 2, 108  Writ. ~Therefore not every lie is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS
94 2, 108  willing to make ~any manner of lie."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110]
95 2, 108  asserts (Div. Nom. iv). Now a lie is evil in respect of its
96 2, 108  praise." Therefore every lie is a sin, ~as also Augustine
97 2, 108  writings does not constitute a lie. Hence Augustine says (De ~
98 2, 108  rewarded, not for their lie, but for ~their fear of
99 2, 108  latter led them to tell ~a lie. Hence it is expressly stated (
100 2, 108  houses." But the subsequent lie was not ~meritorious.~Aquin.:
101 2, 108  the truth, not to tell a lie, for ~she is called his
102 2, 108  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A lie is sinful not only because
103 2, 108  is not lawful to tell a lie in ~order to deliver another
104 2, 108  Reply OBJ 5: A man does not lie, so long as he has a mind
105 2, 108  otherwise neither did he ~lie in promising  since he
106 2, 108  go (2 Cor. 1), did not lie, because obstacles had arisen
107 2, 108  agent. Accordingly a jocose lie, from the ~very genus of
108 2, 108  De Mend. v), "it is not a lie to do or ~say a thing figuratively:
109 2, 108  Para. 1/1~Whether every lie is a mortal sin?~Aquin.:
110 2, 108  OBJ 1: It seems that every lie is a mortal sin. For it
111 2, 108  destroy all that speak a lie," and (Wis. 1:11): "The ~
112 2, 108  the soul. Therefore every lie is a mortal sin.~Aquin.:
113 2, 108  witness." Therefore every lie is a mortal sin.~Aquin.:
114 2, 108  venial sin. Therefore no lie is a venial sin.~Aquin.:
115 2, 108  mortal sin. ~Now, for a lie the eternal reward was lost,
116 2, 108  meed on account of the ~lie of which they were guilty."
117 2, 108  Therefore even an officious lie, such as ~was that of the
118 2, 108  perfection, not only not to lie at all, but not even to
119 2, 108  but not even to wish ~to lie." Now it is a mortal sin
120 2, 108  precept. Therefore every ~lie of the perfect is a mortal
121 2, 108  consequently so also is a lie ~told by anyone else, otherwise
122 2, 108  There are two kinds of lie, that are not grievously
123 2, 108  devoid of sin, when we lie either in joking, or for
124 2, 108  12]; Q[35], A[3]). Now a lie may be contrary to charity
125 2, 108  110] A[4] Body Para. 2/3~A lie may be in itself contrary
126 2, 108  hides or corrupts by such a lie; so that ~a lie of this
127 2, 108  by such a lie; so that ~a lie of this kind is opposed
128 2, 108  science or to moral conduct, a lie of this description ~inflicts
129 2, 108  opinion engendered by the lie be about some matter the
130 2, 108  no consequence, then the lie in question does no harm
131 2, 108  concern him. Wherefore a lie of this ~kind, considered
132 2, 108  regards the end in view, a lie may be contrary to charity,
133 2, 108  charity, neither will the lie, ~considered under this
134 2, 108  in the case of a jocose ~lie, where some little pleasure
135 2, 108  intended, or in an officious lie, ~where the good also of
136 2, 108  intended. Accidentally a lie may ~be contrary to charity
137 2, 108  refer to the mischievous lie, as a ~gloss explains the
138 2, 108  destroy all that speak a ~lie."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110]
139 2, 108  Q[100], A[5], ad 1), a lie is contrary to a precept
140 2, 108  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The lie of the midwives may be considered
141 2, 108  with the deformity of their lie, though this was ~inconsistent
142 2, 108  that they merited ~by that lie to lose the eternal reward
143 2, 108  that for the perfect every lie is a mortal sin. ~But this
144 2, 108  an officious ~or jocose lie. Wherefore an officious
145 2, 108  an officious or a jocose lie is not a mortal sin ~in
146 2, 108  perfection not only not to lie at all, but not even to
147 2, 108  but not even to wish to lie": ~although Augustine says
148 2, 108  or ~teaching, and if they lie in these matters their lie
149 2, 108  lie in these matters their lie will be a mortal ~sin: but
150 2, 108  they sin mortally when they lie in other ~matters.~
151 2, 109  dissimulation is properly a lie told by the signs of outward ~
152 2, 109  matters not whether one lie in word or in any other
153 2, 109  Wherefore, since every lie is a sin, ~as stated above (
154 2, 109  pretend is not ~always a lie: but only when the pretense
155 2, 109  signification, then it is ~a lie. When, however, our pretense
156 2, 109  signification, there is ~no lie, but a representation of
157 2, 109  dissimulation from sin or lie, because he was a wicked
158 2, 109  evil, both because it is ~a lie, and because it gives scandal;
159 2, 109  In dissimulation, as in a lie, there are two things: one
160 2, 109  every dissimulation and lie as a sign.~Aquin.: SMT SS
161 2, 109  All dissimulation is a lie, as stated above (A[1]).
162 2, 109  stated above (A[1]). Now ~a lie is directly opposed to truth.
163 2, 109  not always a mortal sin to lie by deed. Neither ~therefore
164 2, 109  applies to simulation as to a lie.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] A[
165 2, 110  Further, boasting is a kind of lie. But it is neither an ~officious
166 2, 110  officious nor a jocose lie. This is evident from the
167 2, 110  an officious nor a jocose lie, and ~consequently it must
168 2, 110  it must be a mischievous lie. Therefore seemingly it
169 2, 110  First, in itself, as a lie, and thus it is sometimes
170 2, 110  always involve a mischievous lie, but ~only where it is contrary
171 2, 110  wherefore it amounts to a jocose lie. Unless perchance he were
172 2, 110  to involve an officious lie: ~provided it be do without
173 2, 110  once become ~a mischievous lie.~
174 2, 111  sinful: ~which would be a lie of irony.~Aquin.: SMT SS
175 2, 111  and so he ought not to lie in any way at all in order
176 2, 111  above (Q[110], AA[2],4), one lie is more ~grievous than another,
177 2, 111  which it is ~about  thus a lie about a matter of religious
178 2, 111  sinning; thus a ~mischievous lie is more grievous than an
179 2, 111  than an officious or jocose lie. Now ~irony and boasting
180 2, 111  Now ~irony and boasting lie about the same matter, either
181 2, 111  boasting, according as a ~lie is considered to be grievous
182 2, 116  witnessing is a special kind of lie, just as theft is a special
183 2, 122  martyrdom. Yet, since every lie is a sin, as stated ~above (
184 2, 122  AA[3],4), avoidance of a lie, to whatever truth it may
185 2, 122  martyrdom inasmuch as a lie is a sin ~against the Divine
186 2, 136  claim to praise seems to lie ~rather in overcoming pleasures.
187 2, 152  virgin not yet espoused, and lie with her, he shall endow
188 2, 152  espoused, and taking her, lie with her, and the matter
189 2, 165  written (Prov. 24:15), "Lie not in wait, nor seek ~after
190 2, 170  that "when he ~speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own,
191 2, 170  may gain credit for his lie." ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172]
192 2, 181  this is not the case ~if he lie down, sit, or recline, but
193 3, 29  strengthened, the motive for a lie is removed. If she ~had
194 3, 29  wished to ~hide her sin by a lie: being espoused, she had
195 3, 36  neighboring parts of Judea that lie to the east of the region
196 3, 55  signification, it is not a lie, but a figure of the truth;
197 3, 76  significance, it is not a lie, but a ~figure of the truth."
198 3, 80  this sacrament does not lie in the use of ~the faithful,
199 3, 83  consecrated, and the faithful lie in it, it ~is lawful to
200 Suppl, 6  then the ~sinner should not lie by excusing or denying his
201 Suppl, 6  that he has, he does not lie; wherefore he does not ~
202 Suppl, 25 Hath God any need of your ~lie, that you should speak deceitfully
203 Suppl, 25 publishing indulgences, does not lie; and so they avail as much
204 Suppl, 33 the like, and those who lie sick of ~them should not
205 Suppl, 37 believers and ~instructed, yet lie under an impediment through
206 Suppl, 47 and thus it makes ~him lie. But a constant man does
207 Suppl, 47 man is not compelled to lie, because at the ~time he
208 Suppl, 65 with a concubine. For a lie is a greater sin than simple
209 Suppl, 65 recoiled from telling a lie, saying (Gn. 38:23): "Surely
210 Suppl, 65 cannot charge us with a lie." But a lie is not always
211 Suppl, 65 charge us with a lie." But a lie is not always a mortal sin. ~
212 Suppl, 65 Thus, ~too, Juda avoided a lie while he avoided not fornication.
213 Suppl, 65 would have been a pernicious lie, for it would have involved
214 Suppl, 70 said before of those who lie senseless that "they ~have
215 Suppl, 75 are born in original sin lie under the sentence: ~Earth
216 Suppl, 92 seduce a virgin . . . and lie with ~her, he shall endow
217 Suppl, 93 against Him by telling any lie whatever.~Aquin.: SMT XP
218 Appen1, 2 instanced in those who ~lie dangerously ill; nor again
