Summa Theologiae by St. Thomas Aquinas
FS: Treatise On Habits In Particular
Q[74] Of The Subject Of Sin
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We must now consider the subject of vice or sin: under which head there are ten points of inquiry:

A[1] Whether the will can be the subject of sin?

A[2] Whether the will alone is the subject of sin?

A[3] Whether the sensuality can be the subject of sin?

A[4] Whether it can be the subject of mortal sin?

A[5] Whether the reason can be the subject of sin?

A[6] Whether morose delectation or non-morose delectation be subjected in the higher reason?

A[7] Whether the sin of consent in the act of sin is subjected in the higher reason?

A[8] Whether the lower reason can be the subject of mortal sin?

A[9] Whether the higher reason can be the subject of venial sin?

A[10] Whether there can be in the higher reason a venial sin directed to its proper object?