indeliberate


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indeliberate

adj (form: = inconsiderate) → unüberlegt; (= unintentional)unabsichtlich
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The Bannezians insist on an intrinsic distinction between sufficient and efficacious grace: one premotion causes the will to produce an indeliberate act, thereby conferring on the potency the capacity to produce (posse agere) a deliberate act; another, wholly distinct premotion causes the will actually to produce (actu agere) a deliberate act.
These deliberate or indeliberate endeavours meant to curb Freedom of Press on part of some members of their own community, are shocking and such practice would be treated as "Black Chapter" in the history.
EDIT NOTE: we regret this indeliberate error--see Foreword above.