Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
bilious 2
bill 33
bind 150
binding 158
binds 79
biped 4
bird 13
Frequency    [«  »]
159 fulfilled
159 paradise
159 sons
158 binding
158 directs
158 raised
158 subsisting
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

binding

    Part, Question
1 1, 20 | Love is a uniting and ~binding force." But this cannot 2 1, 20 | himself. So far love is a binding force, ~since it aggregates 3 1, 20 | again the divine love is a binding force, inasmuch as God wills ~ 4 1, 60 | Love is a ~uniting and a binding power." But uniting and 5 1, 60 | power." But uniting and binding imply various ~things brought 6 1, 60 | the terms "uniting" and "binding" in order to ~show the derivation 7 1, 61 | Love is a ~uniting and a binding power." But uniting and 8 1, 61 | power." But uniting and binding imply various ~things brought 9 1, 61 | the terms "uniting" and "binding" in order to ~show the derivation 10 1, 90 | earth are earth, and water binding the ~earth together. Of 11 2, 25 | since it is a "uniting and ~binding force," as Dionysius says ( 12 2, 76 | the affirmative precept is binding, so is it with ~the sin 13 2, 81 | cease to be a guilty stain binding its ~subject to punishment; 14 2, 90 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the binding force of a law extends even 15 2, 90 | future, ~since "laws are binding in matters of the future," 16 2, 90 | order that ~a law obtain the binding force which is proper to 17 2, 91 | 2: Further, every law is binding, so that those who do not 18 2, 96 | they have the power of binding in conscience, from the 19 2, 96 | proportionate burdens, are just and ~binding in conscience, and are legal 20 2, 97 | when a law is changed, the binding ~power of the law is diminished, 21 2, 98 | all?~(5) Whether it was binding on all?~(6) Whether it was 22 2, 98 | the Old Law, they were not binding on save the Jewish people 23 2, 98 | sanctification of certain ones, ~are binding on them alone: thus clerics 24 2, 99 | Since a precept of law is binding, it is about something ~ 25 2, 100 | observance, in the letter, is not binding for all time. But he ~distinguishes 26 2, 100 | not steal," and another binding one to keep another's property 27 2, 100 | forbid ~the doing of harm are binding on all men. But it is not 28 2, 100 | act from charity, and is binding not for all ~time, but only 29 2, 100 | affirmative precepts, not binding for all times, they ~can 30 2, 100 | all times, they ~can be binding, each one at a different 31 2, 102 | that hath no cover, and binding over it, shall be unclean." 32 2, 102 | that has neither cover nor binding, ~betokens a man who lacks 33 2, 103 | be ~either effectual or binding; but also deadly, so that 34 2, 103 | they had neither effect nor binding ~force; but were not deadly, 35 2, 104 | some precepts derive their binding force ~from the dictate 36 2, 104 | precepts which derive their binding force, not from the very ~ 37 2, 104 | that they derive their binding ~force not from reason alone, 38 2, 104 | neighbor, and derive their binding ~force from the mere dictate 39 2, 104 | precepts, which have no binding force except in virtue of ~ 40 2, 104 | indeed, because they have ~no binding force: but they are not 41 2, 104 | though they derived their binding force through being institutions 42 2, 104 | judicial precepts lost their binding ~force: for the Law was 43 2, 104 | established by men retain their ~binding force for ever, so long 44 2, 104 | precepts have a different binding ~force, derived, not from 45 2, 107 | observances, which were binding for the ~time being; according 46 2, 108 | precepts are to be ~taken as binding "the mind to be prepared 47 2, 3 | although they are always binding; but they bind as to place 48 2, 24 | evident that the precept binding us to love our neighbor ~ 49 2, 30 | because positive precepts ~are binding for some fixed time. Therefore, 50 2, 58 | it is unjust and has no binding force. For ~positive right 51 2, 60 | 1~Whether restitution is binding on those who have not taken?~ 52 2, 60 | that restitution is not binding on those who have ~not taken. 53 2, 60 | Now if restitution were binding not only on the man who 54 2, 60 | of making restitution is binding through an ~affirmative 55 2, 63 | and this is hindered by binding or ~imprisoning or any kind 56 2, 67 | ordinary authority is more binding than that which we ~choose 57 2, 68 | and the sacrament is more binding than any human ~precept. 58 2, 69 | being ~affirmative, is binding according to time and place, 59 2, 76 | Further, the counsels are not binding under sin. But, among other ~ 60 2, 77 | to consider a ~precept as binding, so it belongs properly 61 2, 85 | grace ~although they are not binding. Indeed they are bound to 62 2, 86 | answer that, A vow denotes a binding to do or omit some particular ~ 63 2, 86 | 1/1~Whether all vows are binding?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 64 2, 86 | seem that vows are not all binding. For man needs things ~that 65 2, 86 | promise made to a man is not ~binding; and this seems to be prescribed 66 2, 86 | the human will. Much less binding therefore is a simple promise 67 2, 86 | Therefore a vow is not always binding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 68 2, 86 | Therefore a vow is ~not always binding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 69 2, 86 | vow made to Him is most ~binding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 70 2, 86 | Hence a solemn vow is more binding with ~God than a simple 71 2, 86 | a simple vow is no less binding than a ~solemn vow, this 72 2, 86 | instance with ~regard to binding himself by vow to enter 73 2, 87 | 7) Whether an oath is binding?~(8) Which is more binding, 74 2, 87 | binding?~(8) Which is more binding, an oath or a vow?~(9) Whether 75 2, 87 | cursing, and consists in a man binding ~himself or something of 76 2, 87 | 1~Whether an oath has a binding force?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 77 2, 87 | seem that an oath has no binding force. An oath is ~employed 78 2, 87 | seems ~that an oath is not binding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 79 2, 87 | Therefore an oath ~is not always binding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 80 2, 87 | Therefore an oath is not always binding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 81 2, 87 | an oath cannot always be binding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 82 2, 87 | Whether an oath is more binding than a vow?~Aquin.: SMT 83 2, 87 | seem that an oath is more binding than a vow. A vow is a ~ 84 2, 87 | Therefore an oath is more binding than a vow.~Aquin.: SMT 85 2, 87 | Therefore a vow is ~more binding than an oath.~Aquin.: SMT 86 2, 87 | its very nature is more ~binding than an oath.~Aquin.: SMT 87 2, 87 | contrary, A vow is more binding than an oath, as stated 88 2, 87 | the holier and the more ~binding is the oath, considered 89 2, 96 | question whether ~an oath is binding on those who have taken 90 2, 96 | a promissory oath of its binding force, as regards that which 91 2, 102 | miracle ~had no intention of binding them with the force of a 92 2, 138 | affirmative precepts ~are always binding, they are not binding for 93 2, 138 | always binding, they are not binding for always, but according 94 2, 139 | another greater and more binding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 95 2, 145 | considered absolutely it is not binding under precept, but it ~is 96 2, 145 | under precept, but it ~is binding under precept to each one 97 2, 145 | commandments of the Church are binding even as the commandments ~ 98 2, 145 | commandments of the Church are not binding in opposition to Christ' 99 2, 145 | intend the precept to be ~binding on a person in whom for 100 2, 145 | ordered by the Church is binding on all. But ~all are not 101 2, 150 | this kind of duty is not binding on each one of the ~multitude. 102 2, 181 | which regards an obligation binding ~his person, in so far, 103 2, 182 | perfect love, but through ~binding himself in perpetuity and 104 2, 184 | kind, which though ~they be binding as regards the preparedness 105 2, 184 | supererogation and are not binding upon all. But all ~are bound 106 2, 184 | obligation ~consists in binding oneself to God by means 107 2, 184 | of ordinance or statute ~binding under pain of a fixed punishment. 108 2, 185 | enjoined upon all are ~equally binding on religious and seculars. 109 2, 185 | precepts of the natural law, is binding on both religious ~and seculars 110 2, 185 | good of the ~many are not binding on each individual, but 111 2, 187 | namely the ~aforesaid order, binding himself by an oath [*Referring 112 2, 187 | insane, whose vows are not binding [*Extra, De Regular. et 113 2, 187 | less strict ~order, is more binding than the simple vow whereby 114 3, 66 | seemingly, it must have been binding on man as soon ~as it was 115 3, 70 | have been instituted as binding, not the Jews only, ~but 116 3, 86 | by the priestly office of binding and loosing, without which ~ 117 Suppl, 8 | priest, who has the power of binding and loosing. Therefore confession ~ 118 Suppl, 8 | absolve a man except by binding him to do something, he 119 Suppl, 17| the key is the power of binding and loosing, etc.?~(3) Whether 120 Suppl, 17| the key is the power of binding and loosing, etc.?~Aquin.: 121 Suppl, 17| key is not the power of binding and ~loosing, whereby "the 122 Suppl, 17| which ~is the power of binding and loosing, that opens 123 Suppl, 17| infused, of loosing and binding, yet ~sometimes they make 124 Suppl, 18| The key is the power of binding and loosing. But the ~priest 125 Suppl, 18| remedy against ~sin. Now binding is not a remedy for sin, 126 Suppl, 18| from Christ's Passion. ~But binding is not an effect of the 127 Suppl, 18| A[1]), nevertheless, in binding, he exercises no ~operation 128 Suppl, 18| he has the power both of ~binding and of loosing with regard 129 Suppl, 19| This right," viz. of ~binding and loosing, "is granted 130 Suppl, 19| the keys. For loosing and binding, which are the effects of ~ 131 Suppl, 22| Wherefore ~the loosing or binding of one man in relation to 132 Suppl, 22| of Penance, whereas the binding or loosing of a man in ~ 133 Suppl, 22| Reply OBJ 3: Loosing and binding in the tribunal of confession 134 Suppl, 24| by his own priest, after binding ~himself by oath to submit 135 Suppl, 40| 1: Although the power of binding and loosing was given to 136 Suppl, 41| precept. For a ~precept is binding so long as it is not recalled. 137 Suppl, 41| precepts of natural law are binding in respect of ~all time. 138 Suppl, 41| and such an ~obligation is binding on each one, since natural 139 Suppl, 41| inclination to marriage is not binding by way of precept even ~ 140 Suppl, 41| recalled, and yet it is not ~binding on each individual, for 141 Suppl, 45| matrimony. Now a vow is binding in God's sight, even ~though 142 Suppl, 45| consent also makes a ~marriage binding even without being expressed 143 Suppl, 45| contracts, in order that it be binding, as in the case of ~matrimony.~ 144 Suppl, 45| the future ~tense, and is binding. Therefore carnal marriage 145 Suppl, 53| s commandment is no less binding than the ~commandment of 146 Suppl, 53| commandment of the Church is so ~binding that a marriage is void 147 Suppl, 53| a simple vow is no less binding than a ~solemn one." Now 148 Suppl, 53| vow is said to be no less binding in God's sight ~than a solemn 149 Suppl, 53| Reply OBJ 2: An oath is more binding than a vow on the part of 150 Suppl, 53| but a solemn vow is more binding as to the manner in ~which 151 Suppl, 54| accidental end of marriage is the binding together of mankind ~and 152 Suppl, 54| Church, which has ~the same binding force as a commandment of 153 Suppl, 64| affirmative precept is ~binding only at a certain time. 154 Suppl, 64| Consequently this precept is binding even in the New Law on account 155 Suppl, 65| natural law, have not the binding force of an absolute commandment, ~ 156 Suppl, 65| natural law, so as to be binding in all cases, but only ~ 157 Suppl, 65| Hence, when they cease to be binding, it is ~lawful to disregard 158 Suppl, 65| authority he ~derives its binding force to permit the non-observance


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License