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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unjust

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1 1, 21 | in this world; which is ~unjust. Therefore not in every 2 1, 23 | 14). Now it would ~seem unjust that unequal things be given 3 1, 83 | claim it from them as from unjust ~possessors. For some of 4 1, 104 | then ~He would do something unjust. Therefore He cannot do 5 2, 42 | thwarted, or when it is unjust, ~because then it is more 6 2, 42 | instance that someone be unjust or slow."~Aquin.: SMT FS 7 2, 46 | to whom we ~are just or unjust: since vengeance is an act 8 2, 46 | to whom one is just or ~unjust.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 9 2, 47 | the motive of anger ~is an unjust slight, as stated above ( 10 2, 47 | excellent a man is, the more unjust is a slight offered him 11 2, 66 | wherein it excludes not only unjust revenge, which is also ~ 12 2, 72 | for adultery, which is the unjust appropriation of ~another' 13 2, 78 | says (Ethic. v, 9) that "an unjust ~action is not done as an 14 2, 78 | action is not done as an unjust man does it," i.e. through 15 2, 78 | 1: To do an action as an unjust man does, may be not only 16 2, 78 | may be not only to ~do unjust things through certain malice, 17 2, 87 | contemptuous [Vulg.: 'them that do unjust things'], and ~holdest Thy 18 2, 93 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing unjust can be derived from the 19 2, 93 | orderly." ~But some laws are unjust, according to Is. 10:1: " 20 2, 93 | reason, it is called ~an unjust law, and has the nature, 21 2, 93 | violence. ~Nevertheless even an unjust law, in so far as it retains 22 2, 94 | certain ~enactments which are unjust.~ 23 2, 96 | by man are either just or unjust. If they be ~just, they 24 2, 96 | the other hand laws may be unjust in two ways: first, by being ~ 25 2, 96 | 3~Secondly, laws may be unjust through being opposed to 26 2, 96 | true of a law that inflicts unjust hurt on ~its subjects. The 27 2, 97 | existing ~law is clearly unjust, or its observance extremely 28 2, 100 | no man should do anything unjust or evil, such precepts ~ 29 2, 105 | that right, by framing ~unjust laws, and by degenerating 30 2, 105 | occasion of pronouncing unjust judgment, by forbidding 31 2, 108 | inclination of nature is an unjust command, forasmuch ~as it 32 2, 10 | to be judged before the unjust," ~i.e. unbelievers, "and 33 2, 10 | body. Therefore it ~is not unjust if Jewish children be taken 34 2, 13 | although a man ~is able to do unjust deeds, yet he cannot all 35 2, 13 | all at once do them as an ~unjust man does," viz. from choice. 36 2, 18 | for man, for instance, the unjust judge of whom we read ~( 37 2, 24 | 113): "I have hated the unjust." But David had ~perfect 38 2, 24 | good men do no works of the unjust: on ~the contrary, they 39 2, 24 | 1: The prophet hated the unjust, as such, and the object 40 2, 30 | coming from God, is He ~unjust because He apportions them 41 2, 30 | because "riches are not unjust save for those who are themselves 42 2, 30 | those who are themselves unjust, ~and put all their trust 43 2, 30 | etc., "He calls ~mammon unjust, because it draws our affections 44 2, 38 | upon the sheep, when any unjust ~and rapacious man oppresses 45 2, 55 | even if his sentence be unjust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 46 2, 55 | man's will could not be unjust. Since then the "just" ~ 47 2, 57 | Whether it is proper to the unjust man to do unjust deeds?~( 48 2, 57 | to the unjust man to do unjust deeds?~(3) Whether one can 49 2, 57 | Whether a man is called unjust through doing an unjust 50 2, 57 | unjust through doing an unjust thing?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 51 2, 57 | seem that a man is called unjust through doing an unjust ~ 52 2, 57 | unjust through doing an unjust ~thing. For habits are specified 53 2, 57 | object of injustice is the unjust. Therefore a man should 54 2, 57 | doing a just thing, and unjust through doing an ~unjust 55 2, 57 | unjust through doing an ~unjust thing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 56 2, 57 | power to do suddenly an ~unjust thing, and that a just man 57 2, 57 | capable of doing what is ~unjust than an unjust man. But 58 2, 57 | what is ~unjust than an unjust man. But this opinion would 59 2, 57 | unless it ~were proper to the unjust man to do what is unjust. 60 2, 57 | unjust man to do what is unjust. Therefore a man is to ~ 61 2, 57 | Therefore a man is to ~be deemed unjust from the fact that he does 62 2, 57 | the fact that he does an unjust thing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 63 2, 57 | Therefore whoever does an unjust ~thing, is said to be unjust.~ 64 2, 57 | unjust ~thing, is said to be unjust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 65 2, 57 | that "a man may do ~an unjust thing without being unjust."~ 66 2, 57 | unjust thing without being unjust."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 67 2, 57 | that ~a man who does an unjust thing, is not unjust: first, 68 2, 57 | an unjust thing, is not unjust: first, on account of a ~ 69 2, 57 | if a man do that which is unjust, without intending to do 70 2, 57 | without intending to do an unjust ~thing, for instance if 71 2, 57 | being unaware that it ~is unjust, properly speaking he does 72 2, 57 | properly speaking he does an unjust thing, not directly, but ~ 73 2, 57 | materially that which is unjust: ~hence such an operation 74 2, 57 | Accordingly, to do what is unjust intentionally and by choice 75 2, 57 | choice is proper ~to the unjust man, in which sense the 76 2, 57 | man, in which sense the unjust man is one who has the habit ~ 77 2, 57 | but a man may do what is unjust, unintentionally or through ~ 78 2, 57 | easy for any man to do an unjust thing from ~choice, as though 79 2, 57 | possible for that which is ~unjust in itself either to be done 80 2, 57 | of ~the perfection on an unjust deed, in so far as what 81 2, 58 | is called "perverted" or "unjust": ~secondly, when a man 82 2, 58 | the natural right, it is unjust and has no binding force. 83 2, 58 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Even as unjust laws by their very nature 84 2, 58 | judgment is not described as unjust, if he who ~judges lacks 85 2, 58 | therefore is it always unjust to judge by usurpation, 86 2, 58 | Wherefore even as it ~would be unjust for one man to force another 87 2, 58 | authority, so too it is unjust, if a man compels ~another 88 2, 58 | obligation, wherefore it is unjust for anyone to ~be judged 89 2, 59 | belongs to another is to do an unjust thing, it follows that secondly ~ 90 2, 60 | re-establishes equality where an unjust ~taking has caused inequality. 91 2, 60 | whoever is cause of an ~unjust taking is bound to restitution. 92 2, 60 | with probability that the unjust ~taking resulted from such 93 2, 60 | When a man ~commands an unjust taking that does not follow, 94 2, 60 | restitution involves a sin of ~unjust detention which is opposed 95 2, 62 | Therefore it seems ~altogether unjust to kill sinners.~Aquin.: 96 2, 64 | thing unjustly: wherefore an unjust detention is ~included in 97 2, 64 | detention is ~included in an unjust taking.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 98 2, 64 | the spoil, ~are waging an unjust war, they are guilty of 99 2, 66 | OF MATTERS CONCERNING UNJUST ACCUSATION (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 100 2, 66 | consider matters pertaining to unjust accusation. Under this ~ 101 2, 66 | an accusation is rendered unjust by calumny, collusion or 102 2, 66 | accusation is not rendered unjust by ~calumny, collusion or 103 2, 66 | accusation is not always rendered unjust ~through being slanderous. ~ 104 2, 66 | accusation is not ~rendered unjust by collusion.~Aquin.: SMT 105 2, 66 | not render an accusation unjust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 106 2, 67 | if his appeal be declared unjust."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 107 2, 67 | whether his case be just or unjust." Hence the ~Apostle also 108 2, 67 | as a ~remedy against his unjust oppression, the law allows 109 2, 67 | on his part the fight is unjust, and consequently without 110 2, 68 | to deliver a man from an unjust ~death or any other penalty, 111 2, 68 | evidence might sometimes be unjust, since is written (Ex. ~ 112 2, 68 | man from death, or from an unjust sentence which threatens 113 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: An unjust judgment is not a judgment, 114 2, 68 | false ~evidence given in an unjust judgment, in order to prevent 115 2, 69 | advocate sins by defending an unjust cause?~(4) Whether he sins 116 2, 69 | advocate sins by defending an unjust cause?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 117 2, 69 | not sin by defending an ~unjust cause. For just as a physician 118 2, 69 | skill, if he can defend ~an unjust cause. Now a physician is 119 2, 69 | praised, if he defends an unjust cause.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 120 2, 69 | not sin by defending an ~unjust cause, when once he has 121 2, 69 | for an advocate to use ~unjust means in defense of a just 122 2, 69 | laws), than to defend an unjust cause, since ~the former 123 2, 69 | not sin by ~defending an unjust cause.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 124 2, 69 | advocate by defending an unjust cause, helps the ungodly. ~ 125 2, 69 | knowingly he defends an unjust cause, ~without doubt he 126 2, 69 | however, he defends an unjust cause unknowingly, thinking ~ 127 2, 69 | who accepts service in an unjust ~cause, unjustly injures 128 2, 69 | is proceeding that it is ~unjust, he ought not to throw up 129 2, 75 | points of inquiry:~(1) Of unjust sales as regards the price; 130 2, 75 | more than its worth?~(2) Of unjust sales on the part of the 131 2, 75 | its worth, is in itself unjust and unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT 132 2, 75 | that a sale is not rendered unjust and unlawful ~through a 133 2, 75 | the truth, nor ~inflict an unjust injury on anyone, nor have 134 2, 75 | because he does that which is unjust materially, nor is his deed ~ 135 2, 75 | materially, nor is his deed ~unjust, as shown above (Q[59], 136 2, 75 | thereof is fraudulent and unjust, especially as ~real gold 137 2, 75 | neither buying nor selling is unjust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 138 2, 76 | usury for money lent is unjust in itself, because ~this 139 2, 76 | and so his exaction is unjust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 140 2, 85 | the ~getting itself was unjust: such, for instance, are 141 2, 94 | comparisons, as in the case of the unjust ~judge who scarcely heard 142 2, 96 | one swears to something unjust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 143 2, 98 | money as a means of removing unjust opposition, after one has 144 2, 102 | owes its ~origin to some unjust usurpation, it seems that 145 2, 102 | or if he commands what is unjust, his subjects are not ~bound 146 2, 104 | ungrateful and not merely ~unjust, unless I rejoice that what 147 2, 110 | rest of men, ~extortioners, unjust, adulterers, as also is 148 2, 113 | desires of his soul, and the unjust man is blessed. The ~sinner 149 2, 116 | covetousness consists in the unjust taking ~or retaining of 150 2, 116 | way, in making money by ~unjust means, whether by using 151 2, 116 | to be, not illiberal, but unjust.~ 152 2, 120 | which is ~without truth, and unjust swearing, which is without 153 2, 124 | contrary, It is said of the unjust judge (Lk. 18:2) that "he ~ 154 2, 134 | charity removes; fourthly, to unjust injury, which justice ~forbids. 155 2, 156 | object, ~as when one desires unjust revenge; and thus anger 156 2, 165 | for our own use, as from unjust ~possessors." Therefore 157 2, 186 | may be established for an unjust ~object. But as Isidore 158 2, 187 | with . . . '], ~with an unjust man concerning justice," 159 3, 47 | yet He did not will the unjust action of the Jews. Consequently ~ 160 3, 49 | anyone by reason of his unjust will ascribes ~to himself 161 3, 49 | deserve it, inasmuch ~as his unjust will is chastised thereby. 162 3, 68 | body. Therefore it ~is not unjust if the children of unbelievers 163 3, 69 | punished, and so it would be unjust to punish him. ~If, therefore, 164 3, 69 | by Baptism, it would be ~unjust, after Baptism, to hang 165 3, 89 | is right, God is not so unjust as to forget the ~few good 166 Suppl, 12| anger, lest it inflict an unjust ~injury on another, and 167 Suppl, 18| The Lord commended the unjust steward, forasmuch as he ~ 168 Suppl, 21| being excommunicated. An ~unjust excommunication cannot deprive 169 Suppl, 21| erroneous. Therefore an unjust excommunication has no effect.~ 170 Suppl, 21| feared whether it be just or unjust." Now ~there would be no 171 Suppl, 21| be no reason to fear an unjust excommunication if it did 172 Suppl, 21| An excommunication may be unjust for two reasons. First, ~ 173 Suppl, 25| many have patiently borne unjust tribulations whereby a multitude 174 Suppl, 25| distance (which would appear unjust); ~moreover, seemingly, 175 Suppl, 62| equal reasons. Nor is this unjust for on ~either hand there 176 Suppl, 64| request for the debt, but ~an unjust exaction; and for this reason 177 Suppl, 67| this would seem altogether unjust, ~unless sufficient causes 178 Suppl, 67| divorce was proved to be unjust, and therefore could not 179 Suppl, 85| bore the sentence of an unjust judgment on Golgotha. Therefore 180 Suppl, 86| having sinned, and yet it is unjust for the demon to be over 181 Suppl, 96| happiness, it would seem unjust for it to be allowed to 182 Suppl, 96| written (1 Cor. 6:9): "The unjust shall not ~possess the kingdom 183 Suppl, 96| Now some Christians are unjust. Therefore ~Christians will 184 Appen1, 2| On the contrary, It were unjust that he who has triumphed


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