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restfulness 3
resting 23
resting-place 1
restitution 154
restless 8
restlessness 10
restoration 39
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155 taught
155 uses
154 fasting
154 restitution
154 sufficiently
153 corresponding
153 enjoy
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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restitution

    Part, Question
1 2, 105 | borrower is not bound to make restitution. ~Secondly, because the 2 2, 105 | thief was ~condemned to make restitution fivefold or fourfold. "Prison," 3 2, 105 | absence, he was bound to make restitution. But if ~they perished or 4 2, 105 | he was not bound to make restitution, especially if they were ~ 5 2, 105 | receive something by way of ~restitution at least to the value of 6 2, 105 | he was not bound to ~make restitution; but only to take an oath 7 2, 105 | depositary was bound ~to restitution on account of his neglect. 8 2, 105 | animal on loan, was bound to restitution, even if he were ~absent 9 2, 105 | had not wherewith to make ~restitution, as stated in Ex. 22:3.~ 10 2, 108 | precepts which ~prescribed restitution of what had been purloined, 11 2, 30 | the Divine Law, so that restitution is to be made not to the 12 2, 30 | these ~cases he is bound to restitution, and consequently cannot 13 2, 30 | laws are bound ~to make restitution of such gains, unless perchance 14 2, 30 | case he is not bound to restitution, because the loser does 15 2, 41 | Canterbury demanded the restitution ~of Church property, notwithstanding 16 2, 55 | sometimes fail. Thus the ~restitution of a deposit to the depositor 17 2, 59 | opposite vices. And since ~restitution would seem to be an act 18 2, 59 | distributive ~justice; (2) restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[61] Out. 19 2, 59 | he is ~punished by making restitution several times over, because 20 2, 60 | 62] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF RESTITUTION (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must 21 2, 60 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider restitution, under which head there 22 2, 60 | it is necessary to make restitution to the person from whom ~ 23 2, 60 | other person is bound to restitution?~(8) Whether one is bound 24 2, 60 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether restitution is an act of commutative 25 2, 60 | OBJ 1: It would seem that restitution is not an act of commutative ~ 26 2, 60 | which is not due. Therefore ~restitution is not the act of any part 27 2, 60 | and transitory. Therefore restitution ~would not seem to be the 28 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, restitution is repayment of something 29 2, 60 | than his ~due. Therefore restitution is not more an act of commutative 30 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Restitution is opposed to taking away. 31 2, 60 | of his thing, so that in restitution we ~consider the equality 32 2, 60 | commutative justice. Hence restitution is an ~act of commutative 33 2, 60 | mere gift rather than a restitution, when anyone renders to 34 2, 60 | however somewhat like a restitution, since the ~thing itself 35 2, 60 | particular man: and so it is not restitution properly so called.~Aquin.: 36 2, 60 | 2: In so far as the word restitution denotes something done ~ 37 2, 60 | person, so too the term ~"restitution" is applied, to things which 38 2, 60 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether restitution of what has been taken away 39 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Restitution as stated above (A[1]) is 40 2, 60 | certain equality. Wherefore ~restitution denotes the return of the 41 2, 60 | there will be no need ~for restitution, for justice consists in 42 2, 60 | then he is not bound to restitution. Secondly, by saying what 43 2, 60 | obligation whatever to make ~restitution or compensation. Secondly, 44 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Restitution re-establishes equality 45 2, 60 | remedy is applied by making restitution, since ~thereby equality 46 2, 60 | seem ~to be bound to make restitution accordingly. Therefore a 47 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Restitution belongs to justice, because 48 2, 60 | not just to make such ~a restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 49 2, 60 | a man is ~bound to make restitution according to the loss he 50 2, 60 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether restitution must always be made to the 51 2, 60 | OBJ 1: It would seem that restitution need not always be made 52 2, 60 | madman his sword. Therefore restitution ~need not always be made 53 2, 60 | always necessary to make ~restitution to the person from whom 54 2, 60 | sometimes impossible to make restitution to the person from whom 55 2, 60 | unknown to us. Therefore restitution need not ~always be made 56 2, 60 | person rather than make ~restitution to one from whom we have 57 2, 60 | from the Church and makes restitution to the Church, it reverts 58 2, 60 | whom he has taken: and so ~restitution should not always be made 59 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Restitution re-establishes the equality 60 2, 60 | and for this to be done, restitution must be made to the person ~ 61 2, 60 | there and then, because restitution is ~directed to the good 62 2, 60 | what he gave, wherefore restitution should not be made to him: 63 2, 60 | deceit, she would be bound to restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 64 2, 60 | 3: If the person to whom restitution is due is unknown ~altogether, 65 2, 60 | is unknown ~altogether, restitution must be made as far as possible, 66 2, 60 | If ~the person to whom restitution is due be dead, restitution 67 2, 60 | restitution is due be dead, restitution should be made ~to his heir, 68 2, 60 | clear that ~he is bound to restitution, by handing it over to those 69 2, 60 | which case ~he must make restitution to the Church, and have 70 2, 60 | which ~case he must make restitution by renouncing his intention.~ 71 2, 60 | thing is always bound to restitution?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 72 2, 60 | always bound ~to restore it. Restitution re-establishes the equality 73 2, 60 | own crime. But by making ~restitution a man would sometimes reveal 74 2, 60 | is not always bound to ~restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 75 2, 60 | is not ~always bound to restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 76 2, 60 | bound to satisfaction. Now ~restitution belongs to satisfaction. 77 2, 60 | case the thief is bound to restitution not only by reason of the ~ 78 2, 60 | then, the taker is bound to restitution, not only by reason of the 79 2, 60 | favor; ~but he is bound to restitution on account of the thing 80 2, 60 | part, he is not bound to restitution, although he would be, if 81 2, 60 | OBJ 1: The chief end of restitution is, not that he who has 82 2, 60 | Wherefore there is no place for restitution in those ~things which one 83 2, 60 | is his, both are bound to restitution, he ~that took the thing, 84 2, 60 | confession; and so he may ~make restitution of another's property through 85 2, 60 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Since restitution is chiefly directed to the 86 2, 60 | not bound to any further ~restitution in his regard: rather ought 87 2, 60 | the person who has ~made restitution, who, nevertheless, may 88 2, 60 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether restitution is binding on those who 89 2, 60 | OBJ 1: It would seem that restitution is not binding on those 90 2, 60 | who have ~not taken. For restitution is a punishment of the taker. 91 2, 60 | Therefore none are bound to ~restitution save the one who has taken.~ 92 2, 60 | another's ~property. Now if restitution were binding not only on 93 2, 60 | because he would receive restitution many times over, and because ~ 94 2, 60 | others are ~not bound to restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 95 2, 60 | Therefore one is not bound to restitution, through not betraying or ~ 96 2, 60 | that consent ~are bound to restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 97 2, 60 | a person is bound to restitution ~not only on account of 98 2, 60 | unjust taking is bound to restitution. This happens in two ways, 99 2, 60 | cooperator ~is always bound to restitution. First, in the case of command: 100 2, 60 | wherefore he is bound to restitution ~principally. Secondly, 101 2, 60 | justice on earth, are bound to restitution, if ~by their neglect thieves 102 2, 60 | is not always bound to ~restitution: because counsel and flattery 103 2, 60 | or flatterer is bound to ~restitution, only when it may be judged 104 2, 60 | Not only is he bound to restitution who commits the sin, ~but 105 2, 60 | He is bound chiefly to restitution, who is the principal in ~ 106 2, 60 | that, if one of them make restitution, ~another is not bound to 107 2, 60 | another is not bound to make restitution to the same person. Yet 108 2, 60 | those who have already made restitution. When a man ~commands an 109 2, 60 | that does not follow, no restitution has to be ~made, since its 110 2, 60 | him is not always bound to restitution, but only when he is ~obliged, 111 2, 60 | man is bound to immediate restitution, or may he put it off?~Aquin.: 112 2, 60 | is not bound to immediate restitution, ~and can lawfully delay 113 2, 60 | the necessity of making restitution is binding through an ~affirmative 114 2, 60 | not bound to immediate ~restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 115 2, 60 | sometimes impossible to make restitution at once. Therefore no man 116 2, 60 | man is ~bound to immediate restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 117 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, restitution is an act of virtue, viz. 118 2, 60 | it seems that neither ~in restitution is there any fixed time, 119 2, 60 | contrary, All matters of restitution seem to come under one head. ~ 120 2, 60 | lawful, in other cases of restitution, to delay, ~and restitution 121 2, 60 | restitution, to delay, ~and restitution should be made at once.~ 122 2, 60 | one is bound to immediate restitution, ~if possible, or to ask 123 2, 60 | precept about the making of restitution is ~affirmative in form, 124 2, 60 | excuses one from immediate restitution: even as a person is altogether ~ 125 2, 60 | altogether ~excused from making restitution if he is altogether unable 126 2, 60 | observe it: and since delay of restitution involves a sin of ~unjust 127 2, 60 | determinate in the point of restitution being immediate.~ 128 2, 64 | who is bound either to ~restitution, or to prove himself innocent. 129 2, 64 | and ~so he is not bound to restitution or compensation: but he 130 2, 64 | whoever does so is bound to restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 131 2, 64 | that they are not bound to restitution. Nevertheless even they 132 2, 64 | robbery, and are bound to ~restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 133 2, 64 | Wherefore they are bound to restitution, just as ~robbers are, and 134 2, 69 | that all such are bound to restitution. Now it is evident ~that 135 2, 69 | grievously, and is bound to restitution of the loss ~unjustly incurred 136 2, 69 | customary to demand ~from them restitution of what they have extorted 137 2, 71 | when we were treating of restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 138 2, 75 | even human law ~demands restitution to be made, for instance 139 2, 75 | but ~he is also bound to restitution. But if any of the foregoing 140 2, 75 | unjustly and is bound to ~restitution: and the same applies to 141 2, 76 | the same time expect the restitution of the amount lent. It must 142 2, 77 | manner, a person is bound to restitution, supposing ~he has the wherewithal; 143 2, 98 | entire chapter be at ~fault, restitution must be made, with the consent 144 2, 183 | mortally and is bound to restitution. Therefore if bishops ~keep 145 2, 183 | seem that they are bound to restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 146 2, 183 | yet they are not bound to ~restitution, because such things are 147 2, 183 | mortally, and is bound to restitution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 148 3, 88 | sins mortally after making restitution, he does not ~become guilty 149 Suppl, 6 | bound to make immediate restitution. ~It is not the same with 150 Suppl, 14| to ~justice, so that for restitution nothing further is required 151 Suppl, 46| Sin is not forgiven unless restitution be made," as ~Augustine 152 Suppl, 47| reason the law adjudges that ~restitution should be made of the whole, 153 Suppl, 47| afterwards he wishes to ask for restitution, ~or at least to appeal 154 Suppl, 47| promised not to ask for ~restitution. But he cannot promise not


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