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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contract

    Part, Question
1 1, 99 | the sense that they would contract from him sin ~which is the 2 1, 109 | done as it were by private contract. On the other hand, the 3 2, 20 | not ensue, he does not ~contract irregularity: but he would 4 2, 60 | according as it arises from a contract, a promise, or a favor already ~ 5 2, 81 | Further, the reason why we contract original sin from our first ~ 6 2, 81 | still." Therefore children contract, by the way of origin, the ~ 7 2, 81 | ancestors, even as they contract the sin of their ~first 8 2, 81 | Therefore they do not contract ~original sin.~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 81 | men descended from Adam contract ~original sin from him; 10 2, 81 | exile. ~Therefore it would contract original sin.~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 81 | Therefore a ~man's soul would contract the infection of original 12 2, 81 | Adam. Therefore they would ~contract original sin.~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 81 | generation: so that those alone contract original sin, who are descended ~ 14 2, 81 | Consequently he would ~not contract original sin: even as a 15 2, 81 | Therefore he would not contract original sin.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 81 | original sin. Because we contract original ~sin from our parents, 17 2, 81 | sinned, their children would contract original sin.~Aquin.: SMT 18 2, 81 | human flesh, they would not contract original sin. ~Now it is 19 2, 81 | their children would not contract original sin: whereas, if 20 2, 81 | had sinned, they would contract it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] 21 2, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we contract original sin from our first 22 2, 83 | a body), lest this ~soul contract a singular corruption: all 23 2, 86 | Therefore it ~does not contract a stain from them by sinning.~ 24 2, 102 | the cleansing of others contract certain ~uncleannesses, 25 2, 102 | underground, whence they contract a certain unpleasant smell; ~ 26 2, 107 | healed the leper, could not contract an uncleanness. By those 27 2, 25 | is fortuitous, whereas we contract the former by an ~untrammelled 28 2, 44 | man may in this respect contract ~dullness in judgment in 29 2, 75 | acquired a right to them, ~the contract is voided on account of 30 2, 76 | may be bound by a fixed ~contract; and its amount is measured 31 2, 86 | are an impediment to the contract of ~marriage, and annul 32 2, 87 | from swearing easily, ~we contract the habit, and, from swearing 33 2, 98 | simoniacal to do such things by contract, or with the ~intention 34 2, 98 | remuneration," so too does he contract it, by ~receiving "oral 35 2, 98 | wherefore it does ~not imply a contract of buying and selling, on 36 2, 160 | allows the patient to ~contract one that is less dangerous, 37 2, 184 | by performing ~actions we contract certain habits, and when 38 3, 1 | transfer and as it were, contract within ~this frail body, 39 3, 14 | defects. For we are ~said to contract what we derive with our 40 3, 14 | Heb. 2:17. But other men contract these defects. Therefore 41 3, 14 | Therefore Christ did not contract these ~defects.~Aquin.: 42 3, 14 | answer that, In the verb "to contract" is understood the relation 43 3, 14 | sin, are properly said to contract them. Now Christ had not 44 3, 14 | clear that Christ did not contract these defects as if taking 45 3, 14 | unlike others, He did not contract ~them. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT 46 3, 26 | dispositively causes the soul to ~contract the guilt of original sin . . . . . 47 3, 26 | original sin . . . . . all contract both debt and ~stain . . . . . 48 3, 26 | dispositively caused ~the soul to contract the guilt of original sin . . . . . 49 3, 27 | place. For Christ did not ~contract original sin in any way 50 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin did indeed ~contract original sin, but was cleansed 51 3, 29 | since, after the marriage contract, no one can lawfully put ~ 52 3, 31 | of man. Thus it did not contract original sin, as others 53 3, 31 | are conceived of a woman contract a certain ~uncleanness: 54 3, 37 | sin. ~But Christ did not contract original sin, as stated 55 3, 65 | orders, and those who do not ~contract Matrimony, would be guilty 56 3, 68 | Jesus Christ." Now children contract original sin from the ~sin 57 3, 68 | Baptism, just as they can contract marriage. Consequently such ~ 58 Suppl, 37| contracting nor annul the contract. ~Therefore these are not 59 Suppl, 39| the use of reason cannot ~contract matrimony. Neither therefore 60 Suppl, 41| marriage. Therefore the contract of marriage ~is not now 61 Suppl, 42| concupiscence, all men ought to contract marriage, and it ~would 62 Suppl, 43| the betrothal?~(2) Who can contract a betrothal?~(3) Whether 63 Suppl, 43| age for betrothal. For a contract that can be formed by others 64 Suppl, 43| reason is necessary for the contract ~of betrothal, so is there 65 Suppl, 43| by virtue of the second ~contract, since they intend to contract 66 Suppl, 43| contract, since they intend to contract not betrothal but marriage. ~ 67 Suppl, 43| who row a boat. ~Now the contract of betrothal is an action 68 Suppl, 43| be of mature age, he can contract a betrothal ~with a girl 69 Suppl, 43| enter into the marriage contract by words expressive of the 70 Suppl, 43| Therefore in like manner if they contract marriage ~by words expressive 71 Suppl, 43| period he is ~unfit for any contract, and therefore for betrothal. 72 Suppl, 43| man is not fit to make any contract, but ~at the end of that 73 Suppl, 43| the age for the marriage contract a disposition ~is required 74 Suppl, 43| case, although the second contract does not amount ~to marriage, 75 Suppl, 43| promise; wherefore the first contract is confirmed by the second.~ 76 Suppl, 43| another. But those ~who make a contract of betrothal act as distinct 77 Suppl, 43| each to be qualified to contract, and thus the defect of 78 Suppl, 43| upon the age of seven, the contract of ~betrothal is valid, 79 Suppl, 43| neither should a second contract ~void a previous one.~Aquin.: 80 Suppl, 43| oath - and he or she can contract with another ~if they wish 81 Suppl, 43| would have prevented that contract, so, if ~it supervene before 82 Suppl, 43| betrothal, the ~previous contract is voided of its effect. 83 Suppl, 43| as those who enter into a contract of fellowship by pledging 84 Suppl, 43| argument would hold if each contract were of the same ~kind; 85 Suppl, 43| kind; whereas the second contract of marriage has greater 86 Suppl, 45| in matrimony there is a contract between husband and wife. 87 Suppl, 45| and wife. Now ~in every contract there must be expression 88 Suppl, 45| and ~therefore he does not contract a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 89 Suppl, 45| who are able lawfully to ~contract - and the due form, since 90 Suppl, 45| persons lawfully qualified to contract ~makes a marriage, because 91 Suppl, 46| intercourse, ~he happen to contract with another by words of 92 Suppl, 47| in marriage there is a contract. Now the will can be compelled ~ 93 Suppl, 47| be set aside." Now mutual contract is ~necessary in marriage. 94 Suppl, 47| constant man deprives the contract of its perpetuity, since 95 Suppl, 47| Therefore since ~marriage is a contract, it would seem that it can 96 Suppl, 49| for since marriage is a ~contract it contains a promise whereby 97 Suppl, 50| either on the part of the contract or in regard to the ~contracting 98 Suppl, 50| way, since the marriage contract is ~made by voluntary consent, 99 Suppl, 50| so ~that he be unable to contract marriage with any woman, 100 Suppl, 51| marriage. For marriage is a contract even as a ~sale is. Now 101 Suppl, 51| not; so that if a woman contract ~with a subdeacon, whether 102 Suppl, 51| this does not void the contract. But if there be error about 103 Suppl, 51| sought for its own sake, the contract is voided, for instance 104 Suppl, 52| answer that, In the marriage contract one party is bound to the 105 Suppl, 52| binds himself, voids the contract. Now just ~as impotence 106 Suppl, 53| marry." Now the marriage contract is not contrary to the vow 107 Suppl, 53| is an impediment to the ~contract of marriage, but does not 108 Suppl, 53| continence, yet since the contract is valid, the marriage cannot 109 Suppl, 53| taking a simple vow a man contract marriage by ~words of the 110 Suppl, 53| marriage, so it invalidates the contract. Some assign ~scandal as 111 Suppl, 53| nature dissolves the marriage contract, inasmuch ~namely as thereby 112 Suppl, 53| has vowed continence can contract marriage. Now ~some orders 113 Suppl, 54| by reason of the ~former contract, because they could separate 114 Suppl, 54| Nevertheless, they could contract anew, and this would be 115 Suppl, 55| seem that a person does not contract affinity through ~the marriage 116 Suppl, 55| Since then she does not contract ~affinity with her husband, 117 Suppl, 55| husband, neither does she contract it with her ~husband's kindred.~ 118 Suppl, 55| happen that a ~man would contract affinity with his blood-relations 119 Suppl, 55| results from the marriage contract itself expressed ~in words 120 Suppl, 55| who is of age, from such a contract there results the ~impediment 121 Suppl, 55| another man's widow would contract affinity with all her first 122 Suppl, 55| above, a woman does not contract affinity of the ~first kind 123 Suppl, 55| wherefore ~she does not contract affinity of the second kind 124 Suppl, 55| women, the ~other does not contract affinity of the third kind 125 Suppl, 55| first kind, so he does not contract affinity of the second kind 126 Suppl, 55| contracted and voids the contract, for the same reason as 127 Suppl, 55| a ~marriage and void the contract. Therefore if affinity or 128 Suppl, 55| the marriage and voids the contract. When, ~however, the accusation 129 Suppl, 55| based on a denial of the contract having taken ~place, the 130 Suppl, 56| marriage and voids the ~contract. If it follows, it does 131 Suppl, 56| marriage but does not void the contract.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 132 Suppl, 56| font ~is not sufficient to contract a spiritual relationship.~ 133 Suppl, 56| represents. And yet he cannot contract a spiritual ~relationship, 134 Suppl, 56| godmother ~do not hereby contract spiritual relationship. 135 Suppl, 56| Therefore neither does a ~wife contract a spiritual relationship 136 Suppl, 56| of marriage and voids the contract.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 137 Suppl, 58| impediment to the marriage contract.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 138 Suppl, 58| unfit for the ~marriage contract." Now persons affected with 139 Suppl, 58| In marriage there is a contract whereby one is bound to ~ 140 Suppl, 58| or ~do, so the marriage contract is unfitting, if it be made 141 Suppl, 58| obligation is unfit to make a contract which ~requires the fulfilling 142 Suppl, 58| such inability renders the contract altogether void, whether ~ 143 Suppl, 58| notwithstanding, enters the contract, this ~shows that the latter 144 Suppl, 58| some other end from the contract, and the ~contract stands. 145 Suppl, 58| from the contract, and the ~contract stands. But if he does not 146 Suppl, 58| does not know of it the contract is void. ~Consequently frigidity 147 Suppl, 58| consanguinity, voids ~the marriage contract, whether the other party 148 Suppl, 58| perpetual, voids the ~marriage contract. But a spell cannot be a 149 Suppl, 58| does not void the marriage contract, and they say ~that the 150 Suppl, 58| contracts. But marriage is a ~contract. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 151 Suppl, 58| does not void the marriage contract.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 152 Suppl, 58| affinity voids the marriage contract. Therefore the ~aforesaid 153 Suppl, 58| is effected by way of a contract, it comes ~under the ordinance 154 Suppl, 59| impediment to the marriage contract.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 155 Suppl, 59| contracted ~and voids the contract.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 156 Suppl, 59| favorable than the ~marriage contract. Now seemingly it is not 157 Suppl, 60| marriage ~without voiding the contract, when to wit the husband 158 Suppl, 60| Sometimes it also voids the contract, as when a man ~kills his 159 Suppl, 60| of marriage and void the contract, as we say here in regard ~ 160 Suppl, 61| and religious marriage the contract is not with the same person: ~ 161 Suppl, 62| if she were allowed to contract another and more desired 162 Suppl, 62| wife and to the husband to contract ~a second marriage.~Aquin.: 163 Suppl, 62| for instance, if his wife contract an incurable ~disease that 164 Suppl, 68| sin. Wherefore those who contract together in good faith ~ 165 Suppl, 72| of ~sin corporeal things contract a certain unfittingness 166 Suppl, 72| is committed in them they contract a ~certain unfitness for 167 Suppl, 72| did the empyrean ~heaven contract any stain from the sin of 168 Suppl, 75| their origin from him should contract the ~stain of original sin,


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