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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 99 | besides these it contains judicial precepts?~(5) Whether it 2 2, 99 | precepts, there are also ~judicial precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS 3 2, 99 | would seem that there are no judicial precepts in addition to ~ 4 2, 99 | precepts we should not ~put any judicial precepts in the Law.~Aquin.: 5 2, 99 | precepts. Therefore the judicial ~precepts should not be 6 2, 99 | moral precepts include the judicial precepts, and consequently 7 2, 99 | antonomastically. Therefore there are judicial precepts besides moral and ~ 8 2, 99 | men is effected by the ~judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 9 2, 99 | the Divine worship; ~and "judicial" precepts, which are determinations 10 2, 99 | just," in respect of the judicial precepts; "holy," with regard ~ 11 2, 99 | Both the moral and the judicial precepts aim at the ~ordering 12 2, 99 | determinate way. Hence the judicial ~precepts have something 13 2, 99 | judgments" comprise both judicial and moral ~precepts, as 14 2, 99 | judgments"; ~and sometimes judicial and ceremonial precepts, 15 2, 99 | while "judgments" refers to judicial and ~ceremonial precepts.~ 16 2, 99 | kind of act belongs to ~the judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 17 2, 99 | others besides the moral, judicial, and ~ceremonial precepts?~ 18 2, 99 | others besides the moral, ~judicial, and ceremonial precepts. 19 2, 99 | ceremonial precepts. Because the judicial precepts belong ~to the 20 2, 99 | Therefore besides ~the moral, judicial and ceremonial precepts, 21 2, 99 | only moral, ceremonial and judicial precepts, but ~also others, 22 2, 99 | the Law, belongs to the judicial precepts, as regards human 23 2, 99 | either moral, ~ceremonial, or judicial; and that other ordinances 24 2, 99 | foreign to ~the ceremonial and judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 25 2, 100 | ceremonial precepts, (3) the judicial precepts. ~Under the first 26 2, 100 | from the ceremonial and ~judicial precepts, are about things 27 2, 100 | precepts are distinct from the judicial and ~ceremonial precepts, 28 2, 100 | moral precepts belong to the judicial and ~ceremonial precepts: 29 2, 100 | stated (Q[99], AA[3],4), ~the judicial and ceremonial precepts 30 2, 100 | that the ceremonial ~and judicial precepts "are determinations 31 2, 100 | other hand the ~moral and judicial precepts, either in general 32 2, 100 | Ethic. v, 1: whereas the judicial precepts ~belonged to "special 33 2, 101 | the New Law. Nor are they judicial precepts; since they do 34 2, 101 | directed to God, ~just as the judicial precepts are determinations 35 2, 103 | matter determined by the judicial precepts, as stated above ( 36 2, 103 | general there were certain judicial ~precepts, not indeed established 37 2, 104 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE JUDICIAL PRECEPTS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 38 2, 104 | We must now consider the judicial precepts: and first of all 39 2, 104 | 1) What is meant by the judicial precepts?~(2) Whether they 40 2, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the judicial precepts were those which 41 2, 104 | It would seem that the judicial precepts were not those 42 2, 104 | relations to his neighbor. For judicial precepts take ~their name 43 2, 104 | judgment. Therefore the ~judicial precepts were not those 44 2, 104 | 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, the judicial precepts are distinct from 45 2, 104 | second table. Therefore the judicial ~precepts are not so called 46 2, 104 | relate to God, so do the ~judicial precepts relate to one's 47 2, 104 | ad 1,6). Therefore the ~judicial precepts are not so called 48 2, 104 | between man and ~man." But judicial precepts are so called from " 49 2, 104 | Therefore it ~seems that the judicial precepts were those which 50 2, 104 | other men, they are called "judicial" precepts. Hence there are 51 2, 104 | conditions attached to the judicial precepts: viz. first, that 52 2, 104 | affairs, and in whom the judicial ~power is vested. Now it 53 2, 104 | thereof. Consequently the judicial ~precepts are not only those 54 2, 104 | 2). Hence there are no judicial ~precepts ordaining man 55 2, 104 | be more ceremonial than judicial precepts in ~the Law.~Aquin.: 56 2, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the judicial precepts were figurative?~ 57 2, 104 | It would seem that the judicial precepts were not figurative. ~ 58 2, 104 | else. Therefore, if the judicial precepts are ~figurative, 59 2, 104 | no difference between the judicial and ~ceremonial precepts.~ 60 2, 104 | Further, just as certain judicial precepts were given to the ~ 61 2, 104 | heathen peoples. But the ~judicial precepts given to other 62 2, 104 | seems that neither were the judicial ~precepts of the Old Law 63 2, 104 | our reason. Therefore the judicial precepts which ~direct us 64 2, 104 | 1/1~On the contrary, The judicial precepts are expounded both 65 2, 104 | consequently. In this way the judicial precepts of ~the Old Law 66 2, 104 | in the same way ~as the judicial precepts, as explained above.~ 67 2, 104 | For this reason even the judicial precepts that were given 68 2, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the judicial precepts of the Old Law 69 2, 104 | It would seem that the judicial precepts of the Old Law 70 2, 104 | bind for ~ever. Because the judicial precepts relate to the virtue 71 2, 104 | Wis. 1:15). Therefore the judicial precepts bind for ever.~ 72 2, 104 | human ~institutions. But the judicial precepts of human laws bind 73 2, 104 | Therefore much more do the judicial precepts of the Divine Law.~ 74 2, 104 | On the ~other hand, the judicial precepts were useful and 75 2, 104 | among men. Therefore the judicial precepts of the Old Law 76 2, 104 | transferred. Therefore the judicial precepts are no ~longer 77 2, 104 | 1/2~I answer that, The judicial precepts did not bind for 78 2, 104 | On ~the other hand, the judicial precepts are dead indeed, 79 2, 104 | sovereign were to ~order these judicial precepts to be observed 80 2, 104 | On the ~other hand, the judicial precepts were not instituted 81 2, 104 | the coming of Christ, the judicial precepts lost their binding ~ 82 2, 104 | 24. Since, however, these judicial precepts are instituted, 83 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The judicial precepts established by 84 2, 104 | that people changed, the judicial precepts ~had to be changed 85 2, 104 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Those judicial precepts directed the people 86 2, 104 | before. For this reason the judicial precepts needed to be changed ~ 87 2, 104 | distinct division of the judicial ~precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS 88 2, 104 | distinct division ~of the judicial precepts. Because the judicial 89 2, 104 | judicial precepts. Because the judicial precepts direct men in ~ 90 2, 104 | distinct ~division of the judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 91 2, 104 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the judicial precepts are decisions on 92 2, 104 | distinct division of the judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 93 2, 104 | allusion ~to a division of the judicial precepts. Therefore it seems 94 2, 104 | chiefly applicable to the judicial precepts, ~since thereby 95 2, 104 | therefore say that the judicial precepts of the Old Law, 96 2, 104 | distinguish different kinds of judicial precepts ~in the Old Law. 97 2, 104 | this is one part of the judicial precepts. Again, ~certain 98 2, 104 | the second part of the judicial precepts. Again, certain 99 2, 104 | is the third part of the judicial precepts. Lastly, certain 100 2, 104 | is the fourth part of the judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 101 2, 104 | relation to ~them. But the judicial and ceremonial precepts 102 2, 104 | alludes to the division of the judicial precepts in ~the very things 103 2, 104 | which are prescribed by the judicial precepts ~of the Law.~ 104 2, 105 | OF THE REASON FOR THE JUDICIAL PRECEPTS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 105 2, 105 | consider the reason for the judicial precepts: under which ~head 106 2, 105 | Concerning the reason for the judicial precepts relating to the ~ 107 2, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the judicial precepts were suitably framed 108 2, 105 | It would seem that the judicial precepts were not suitably 109 2, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the judicial precepts regarding foreigners 110 2, 105 | It would seem that the judicial precepts regarding foreigners ~ 111 2, 105 | Law put forth unsuitable judicial precepts ~about the members 112 2, 107 | moral, ceremonial, and ~judicial, as stated above (Q[99], 113 2, 107 | but without mentioning the judicial and ~ceremonial precepts. 114 2, 107 | their fulfilment. But of the judicial precepts He ~mentioned that 115 2, 108 | precepts, ~there were certain judicial precepts. But in the New 116 2, 108 | the New Law there are no ~judicial precepts. Therefore the 117 2, 108 | to our neighbor, to the judicial ~precepts, as stated above ( 118 2, 108 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Judicial precepts also, are not essential 119 2, 108 | Consequently Our Lord left the judicial precepts to ~the discretion 120 2, 108 | others. But as regards the judicial precepts of the Old Law, 121 2, 108 | Further, as regards the judicial precepts, Our Lord ordained ~ 122 2, 108 | But there ~are many other judicial precepts of the Old Law, 123 2, 108 | Old Law, besides moral and judicial, there were ~ceremonial 124 2, 108 | Pharisees erred about the judicial precepts ~in two ways. First, 125 2, 108 | lawful on account of those judicial precepts which ~prescribed 126 2, 108 | to virtue: whereas ~the judicial precepts did not necessarily 127 2, 49 | common law) whose ~act is judicial. Command considers in all 128 2, 60 | man is ~bound to keep the judicial precepts, as stated above ( 129 2, 61 | Whether it takes place in judicial sentences?~Aquin.: SMT SS 130 2, 61 | of persons takes place in judicial sentences?~Aquin.: SMT SS 131 2, 61 | does not take ~place in judicial sentences. For respect of 132 2, 61 | stated above (A[1]): whereas judicial sentences ~seem to pertain 133 2, 61 | persons does not take place in judicial sentences.~Aquin.: SMT SS 134 2, 61 | does ~not take place in judicial sentences.~Aquin.: SMT SS 135 2, 61 | the ~needy. Therefore in judicial sentences respect of persons 136 2, 65 | which are connected with judicial proceedings, and (2) injurious 137 2, 65 | knowledge there is no need of judicial ~procedure, according to 138 2, 65 | attainable in the public judicial procedure.~Aquin.: SMT SS 139 2, 65 | an accuser is required in judicial procedure in order ~that 140 2, 65 | according to the order of judicial procedure.~Aquin.: SMT SS 141 2, 65 | is that he pronounces the judicial sentence, ~in virtue of 142 2, 66 | well as other ~parts of the judicial procedure, should be put 143 2, 85 | Therefore it ~is either a judicial or a ceremonial precept. 144 2, 85 | the ceremonial nor to the judicial precepts of the Old Law. ~ 145 2, 85 | natural reason; and partly judicial, deriving its force ~from 146 2, 85 | fixed, ~the precept was judicial, since all institutions 147 2, 85 | s condition, are called "judicial precepts." ~Nevertheless 148 2, 85 | not a ceremonial but a judicial precept, as stated above.~ 149 2, 85 | between the ceremonial and judicial precepts of ~the Law, as 150 2, 85 | is no sin in keeping the judicial precepts during the time 151 2, 85 | make laws. Thus it was a judicial precept of the Old Law that 152 2, 120 | justice belong especially the ~judicial precepts, which are condivided 153 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The judicial precepts are determinations 154 2, 120 | decalogue, ~but among the judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT SS 155 3, 36 | 4~Secondly, thereby the judicial power of Christ was foreshadowed. 156 3, 47 | His Passion fulfilled the judicial ~precepts of the Law, which 157 3, 58 | eternal beatitude, or ~His judicial and royal power. Now this 158 3, 89 | crimes are not proved by a judicial ~process, or in some other 159 Suppl, 6 | confession is necessary for a judicial sentence, in ~order that 160 Suppl, 22| have jurisdiction in the judicial tribunal. ~Hence, of their 161 Suppl, 22| conscience, but not in the judicial ~tribunal, for they cannot 162 Suppl, 22| solemnity ~is requisite in the judicial tribunal, because therein 163 Suppl, 27| because the chapter is a judicial rather than a penitential ~ 164 Suppl, 72| pertains to the dignity of judicial power to have certain signs 165 Suppl, 84| him. And since in every judicial hearing, the ~witness, the 166 Suppl, 85| 1~OBJ 2: Further, in no judicial inquiry is the sentence 167 Suppl, 86| Christ?~(2) Whether the judicial power corresponds to voluntary 168 Suppl, 86| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the judicial power corresponds to voluntary 169 Suppl, 86| It would seem that the judicial power does not correspond 170 Suppl, 86| it would seem that ~the judicial power is not competent to 171 Suppl, 86| Therefore the sublimity of the judicial power is more in ~keeping 172 Suppl, 86| unjustly. Therefore the judicial power is competent to them 173 Suppl, 86| 1/1~I answer that, The judicial power is due especially 174 Suppl, 86| reason the excellence of judicial power is promised to the 175 Suppl, 86| is given to poverty. Thus judicial power ~corresponds to poverty, 176 Suppl, 86| not suffice alone to merit judicial power, but is the fundamental 177 Suppl, 86| perfection to which the judicial power corresponds. Wherefore 178 Suppl, 86| or propounded. Hence the judicial ~power does not properly 179 Suppl, 86| things are requisite for the judicial ~power; first, that one 180 Suppl, 86| whereby a man merits to have judicial ~power.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 181 Suppl, 86| merited His exaltation to judicial power, since all things ~ 182 Suppl, 86| Him (Phil. 2:8,9). Hence, judicial power is more due ~to them 183 Suppl, 86| would seem to pertain to the judicial power, since a ~throne is 184 Suppl, 86| since a ~throne is the "judicial bench, a royal seat, a professor' 185 Suppl, 86| they share with Him ~in the judicial power.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 186 Suppl, 86| same may be said of the judicial ~power.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 187 Suppl, 86| 1/1~I answer that, The judicial power was bestowed on Christ 188 Suppl, 86| cannot be done without a judicial ~pronouncement. Therefore 189 Suppl, 87| Now the thrones signify judicial ~power, and God is called 190 Suppl, 87| Christ ~merited lordship and judicial power not over man alone, 191 Suppl, 87| mankind, and thereby obtained judicial power, it is ~evident that 192 Suppl, 87| Daniel the whole order of the judicial ~power is clearly expressed. 193 Suppl, 87| Ancient of ~days sat." But the judicial power was transmitted from 194 Suppl, 93| not due to poverty; ~but judicial power by reason of the humiliation


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