[ verb ] realize beforehand

Used in print

(Paul Ramsey, War and the Christian Conscience. Durham,...)

He is talking_about double effects , of_which the specific action causes directly the one and indirectly the other , but causes both ; of_which one is deliberately willed or intended and the other not intended or not directly intended , but still both are done , while the evil effect is , with equal consciousness on the part of the agent , foreknown to be among the consequences .

Related terms

know foresight