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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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slave

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1 1, 28 | as master is a ~man, and slave is a man." Therefore, if 2 1, 38 | as a possession, or as a slave; and in that sense gift 3 1, 63 | the same also he is the slave."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 4 1, 38 | as a possession, or as a slave; and in that sense gift 5 1, 64 | the same also he is the slave."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 6 1, 91 | to man's contempt as his slave, ~and so she was not made 7 1, 95 | another is subject as ~a slave. In another sense mastership 8 1, 95 | founded on the reason that a slave ~differs from a free man 9 1, 95 | the Metaphysics, whereas a slave is ~ordered to another. 10 1, 95 | master of another as his slave ~when he refers the one 11 2, 9 | despotic sovereignty," as a ~slave is moved by his master, 12 2, 15 | evil deed and become its slave."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[15] A[ 13 2, 17 | Further, the condition of a slave is that of one who receives ~ 14 2, 17 | compared to the soul as a slave to his master, ~as the Philosopher 15 2, 17 | that ~of a master over his slave; but by a "politic and royal 16 2, 56 | as the master rules his slave: wherefore the entire ~movement 17 2, 58 | i.e. as a master rules his ~slave, who has no right to rebel. 18 2, 72 | the soul is ~the body's slave in a special sense, because 19 2, 73 | The man who kills his slave sins once: he ~that takes 20 2, 74 | which moves ~them, as a slave who is moved but moves no 21 2, 74 | it become the servant or ~slave of the evil deed."~Aquin.: 22 2, 80 | will makes man's mind the slave of his desire." Now man ~ 23 2, 80 | Now man ~does not become a slave to his desires, except through 24 2, 80 | sins mortally, becomes the slave of the devil, ~according 25 2, 80 | Whosoever committeth sin is the slave [Douay: ~'servant'] of sin." 26 2, 80 | the same also he ~is the slave" (2 Pt. 2:19). Therefore 27 2, 80 | A man becomes another's slave not only by being overcome 28 2, 80 | own accord, becomes the slave of the devil.~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 104 | is the relationship of a ~slave to his master, since a slave " 30 2, 104 | slave to his master, since a slave "is his master's in all 31 2, 105 | First, ~in the case of a slave who was unwilling to avail 32 2, 105 | punished by remaining a slave ~for ever. Secondly, in 33 2, 105 | of the household. For a slave "is in every respect his ~ 34 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a slave is his master's property, 35 2, 105 | dominion of a master over his slave differs from ~that of the 36 2, 105 | dominion of master ~over slave gives the former the right 37 2, 105 | to her husband, so can a ~slave be to his master, and a 38 2, 105 | of a murderer, when the slave died ~under the blow of 39 2, 105 | Jew could own a Jew as a slave ~absolutely: but only in 40 2, 105 | as a ~hireling than as a slave, according to Lev. 25:39, 41 2, 107 | certain ~persons make it a slave's burden; so much so that 42 2, 109 | when as yet he was not a slave of sin. Hence he ~was able 43 2, 114 | from his father and the slave ~from his lord.~Aquin.: 44 2, 10 | Philosopher (Polit. i, 2) a slave is ~his master's instrument 45 2, 10 | made the law that if the slave of a Jew became a ~Christian, 46 2, 18 | itself" (Metaph. i, 2), a slave is one who does not act 47 2, 45 | stated in Polit. i, 5 that "a slave is not ~competent to take 48 2, 45 | subject as subject, and the slave ~as slave, are not competent 49 2, 45 | subject, and the slave ~as slave, are not competent to rule 50 2, 45 | prudence is not the virtue of a slave as slave, ~nor of a subject 51 2, 45 | the virtue of a slave as slave, ~nor of a subject as subject.~ 52 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A slave is not capable of taking 53 2, 45 | counsel, in so far as he ~is a slave (for thus he is the instrument 54 2, 48 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A slave is moved by his master, 55 2, 55 | particular man ~should be a slave rather than another man, 56 2, 55 | in Ethic. viii, 12, and a slave belongs to his ~master, 57 2, 55 | son from his ~father, or a slave from his master: for she 58 2, 55 | father and son, or master and slave, because, as husband and ~ 59 2, 55 | and what belongs to the slave is his ~master's, it follows 60 2, 55 | to son, or of master to slave.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 61 2, 55 | belongs to his father, and a slave, as ~such, belongs to his 62 2, 55 | and of a master to his slave; but in so far as each is ~ 63 2, 56 | father and son, master and slave," in each of which one ~ 64 2, 59 | adultery, in the person of his slave, if the ~latter be induced 65 2, 59 | however, and inducing a slave to leave his master ~are 66 2, 59 | yet the latter, since a slave ~is his master's chattel, 67 2, 62 | as he who kills another's slave, sins against that slave' 68 2, 62 | slave, sins against that slave's master, ~and as he who 69 2, 63 | fetters are for a malicious slave."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 70 2, 63 | power of the parent, and the slave to the power of his master, 71 2, 63 | child, and a master his slave that ~instruction may be 72 2, 75 | fetches a higher price than a slave; but it depends on their 73 2, 79 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Even a slave can voluntarily do his duty 74 2, 86 | A[8] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~A slave, through being in his master' 75 2, 86 | of a subject, e.g. of a slave or a son, supposes this 76 2, 94 | from its cause; as when a slave fears a flogging when he 77 2, 97 | away by force an escaped ~slave from the confines of a church 78 2, 98 | Son is a creature and the slave of God, whereas the latter ~ 79 2, 98 | Holy Spirit to be their own slave. For every master sells ~ 80 2, 98 | wills, whether it be his slave or any other of his ~possessions." 81 2, 104 | no thanks are due to a slave, for all that he is belongs ~ 82 2, 104 | master. Yet sometimes a slave does a good turn to his 83 2, 104 | De Benef. iii), "when a slave does what ~is wont to be 84 2, 104 | wont to be demanded of a slave, it is part of his service: 85 2, 104 | when he ~does more than a slave is bound to do, it is a 86 2, 104 | gratitude is due even to a ~slave, when he does more than 87 2, 123 | order not to be Caesar's slave, ~gave himself up to death. 88 2, 182 | someone ~does not make a man a slave, since even the free serve, 89 2, 182 | in the case of a ~runaway slave; but properly speaking a 90 2, 182 | properly speaking a man is a slave if he be bound to ~serve, 91 2, 185 | Ecclus. 33:28,29): "Send" thy slave "to work, that he be not ~ 92 2, 187 | master; for instance, if a slave, though having the use of ~ 93 2, 187 | greater than that of a slave to his master, since sonship 94 2, 187 | appears from Gn. 9:25. ~Now a slave cannot set aside the service 95 2, 187 | disposal of his person, for "a slave ~belongs wholly to his master" [* 96 3, 15 | For man's nature is a slave of Him" (i.e. God) ~"Who 97 3, 48 | the same also he is the slave." Since, then, the devil 98 3, 88 | taken away, and become its slave ~once more." Now this would 99 3, 88 | than to offend man. ~But a slave who is freed by his master 100 3, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A slave who has been given his freedom 101 Suppl, 13| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a slave cannot make compensation 102 Suppl, 13| which cannot be said of a slave.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[13] A[ 103 Suppl, 23| person, viz. his wife, child, slave, vassal or ~subordinate. 104 Suppl, 39| spiritual authority. But in a slave there is corporal subjection. ~ 105 Suppl, 39| for a cleric to become a slave ~than for a slave to be 106 Suppl, 39| become a slave ~than for a slave to be made a cleric. Yet 107 Suppl, 39| may lawfully be sold ~as a slave; for a bishop of Nola, Paulinus, 108 Suppl, 39| wit, sold himself as a ~slave as related by Gregory (Dial. 109 Suppl, 39| Much more therefore can a slave ~be made a cleric.~Aquin.: 110 Suppl, 39| is the ~subjection in a slave; since woman was not given 111 Suppl, 39| Therefore neither can ~a slave receive this sacrament.~ 112 Suppl, 39| give what is not his, a slave who has not ~the disposal 113 Suppl, 39| since by his becoming a slave, many of his flock were 114 Suppl, 39| by her nature, whereas a slave is not. ~Hence the comparison 115 Suppl, 39| pay the ~master double the slave's value, if they knew him 116 Suppl, 39| if they knew him to be a slave. ~Otherwise if the slave 117 Suppl, 39| slave. ~Otherwise if the slave has possessions of his own, 118 Suppl, 45| s power, not as a female slave ~without power over her 119 Suppl, 51| regarding the condition, since a slave cannot freely ~give power 120 Suppl, 52| matrimony?~(2) Whether a slave can marry without his master' 121 Suppl, 52| married can make himself a slave ~without his wife's consent?~( 122 Suppl, 52| a person free who is a slave, so may one be in error 123 Suppl, 52| so as ~to deem a person a slave whereas he is free. But 124 Suppl, 52| knows the other ~to be a slave, the marriage is none the 125 Suppl, 52| which he lies; so that if a slave marry a bondswoman, thinking 126 Suppl, 52| punishment to the wife to have a slave for husband, and "vice versa."~ 127 Suppl, 52| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a slave can marry without his master' 128 Suppl, 52| 1: It would seem that a slave cannot marry without his 129 Suppl, 52| latter's consent. Now a slave is his master's chattel. 130 Suppl, 52| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a slave is bound to obey his master. 131 Suppl, 52| Further, after marriage, a slave is bound even by a precept 132 Suppl, 52| intercourse. ~Therefore if a slave can marry without his master' 133 Suppl, 52| Further, a master may sell his slave into a foreign country, ~ 134 Suppl, 52| unfitting. ~Therefore a slave cannot marry without his 135 Suppl, 52| himself to ~his wife. But a slave cannot enter religion or 136 Suppl, 52| law, it would seem that a slave can marry without his master' 137 Suppl, 52| procreation; wherefore even as a ~slave is not so subject to his 138 Suppl, 52| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A slave is his master's chattel 139 Suppl, 52| pertaining to natural acts, a slave can by marrying give another 140 Suppl, 52| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A slave is bound to obey his master 141 Suppl, 52| if the master command his slave not to ~marry, the slave 142 Suppl, 52| slave not to ~marry, the slave is not bound to obey his 143 Suppl, 52| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If a slave has married with his master' 144 Suppl, 52| master, by consenting to his slave's marriage, implicitly ~ 145 Suppl, 52| the two in preference the slave is bound to obey, his ~master 146 Suppl, 52| compelled not to sell the slave in such a way as to increase 147 Suppl, 52| anywhere a ~just price for his slave.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 148 Suppl, 52| selling himself to another as slave. Because what is done by ~ 149 Suppl, 52| who sells ~himself for a slave, does so sometimes to cheat 150 Suppl, 52| surrender herself to be a slave without her ~husband's consent. 151 Suppl, 52| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, a slave can marry without his master' 152 Suppl, 52| himself to be another's ~slave. Nor does this result in 153 Suppl, 52| himself to be another's ~slave, It will be to his own prejudice, 154 Suppl, 52| prejudicial to slavery, since the slave is bound then to pay the 155 Suppl, 52| surrender herself to be a slave without her husband's consent.~ 156 Suppl, 52| condition of ~the body, since a slave is to the master a kind 157 Suppl, 52| that if the father be a ~slave the children will be slaves 158 Suppl, 52| father gave himself up as a slave after his marriage and without 159 Suppl, 52| child thus born for ~his slave. However it is incredible 160 Suppl, 58| sin whereby man became the slave of ~the devil was transmitted 161 Suppl, 59| bound to his wife than a ~slave to his master. But a converted 162 Suppl, 59| master. But a converted slave is not freed from the bond 163 Suppl, 59| Further, if a man, whether slave or free, knowingly marry 164 Suppl, 59| latter's ~possession, as a slave to his master, but by way 165 Suppl, 59| no comparison between a slave ~and a married person.~Aquin.: 166 Suppl, 64| On the contrary, As the slave is in the power of his master, 167 Suppl, 64| other (1 Cor. 7:4). But a slave is bound by an ~obligation 168 Suppl, 64| so has a master ~over his slave. Now a slave is not bound 169 Suppl, 64| master ~over his slave. Now a slave is not bound to serve his 170 Suppl, 64| ashamed to demand of his slave the duty ~of his service, 171 Suppl, 64| or some ~other cause, the slave would nevertheless be bound 172 Suppl, 65| cannot be at the same time a slave and a wife; ~wherefore according 173 Suppl, 65| cannot be at once mate and slave.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[


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