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He says , It is the voluntary setting forth of what is false , with the intention of
deceiving . To this Durandus ( lib . 3 . dist . 38 . qu . 1 ) agrees , and the rest of the
Schoolmen . Aquinas , Q . 2 , qu . 110 , art . 1 , has this passage : If the following ...
But neither is the form of lying found in these : for metaphors , parables , and
apologues , are not used with the intention of deceiving , but with that of teaching
with the greater elegance and pleasure . For he who asserts that a heretic is a
We asfirm it , and we prove it from that definition of Augustine and the Schoolmen
: For , he voluntarily announces a falsehood , and that with the intention of
deceiving . There is the material of lying ; for he denies that he is what he is :
there is ...
1 , Although the ulterior intention be to benefit himself or his neighbour ,
nevertheless the immediate intention is to deceive ; and as far as this is
concerned a lie is told : for this last , the intention , in itself regards the language ;
but the former ...
Not with a treacherous and deceitful intention , meditating and seeking future
vengeance ; but with a pure heart inflamed with love , intreating from God the
Father a gracious forgiveness for his enemies ; Luke * Matt . xi . 19 ; John vii . 20 ;
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