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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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bind

    Part, Question
1 1, 78 | conscience is said to witness, to bind, or incite, and ~also to 2 1, 78 | is ~said to incite or to bind. In the third way, so far 3 1, 103 | that, Both reason and faith bind us to say that creatures 4 2, 19 | lower authority ~does not bind if it be contrary to the 5 2, 19 | an erring reason does not bind. Consequently the will is ~ 6 2, 19 | salvation, it does ~not bind; wherefore in such cases 7 2, 88 | affirmative, and so it does ~not bind for all times. Consequently 8 2, 90 | derived from ~"ligare" [to bind], because it binds one to 9 2, 90 | belongs properly to a law to bind one to do or not to ~do 10 2, 96 | that human law does not bind man in conscience. For ~ 11 2, 96 | Therefore human law does not bind a man in ~conscience.~Aquin.: 12 2, 96 | Therefore human laws ~do not bind man in conscience.~Aquin.: 13 2, 96 | Wherefore such ~laws do not bind in conscience, except perhaps 14 2, 96 | say and do ~not"; and who "bind heavy burdens and lay them 15 2, 102 | seqq.) that they should "bind" the commandments of God " 16 2, 102 | When we read: "Thou shalt bind them on thy hand, and they 17 2, 104 | precepts of the Old Law bind for ever?~Aquin.: SMT FS 18 2, 104 | precepts of the Old Law bind for ~ever. Because the judicial 19 2, 104 | Therefore the judicial precepts bind for ever.~Aquin.: SMT FS 20 2, 104 | judicial precepts of human laws bind for ever. ~Therefore much 21 2, 104 | judicial precepts did not bind for ever, but were ~annulled 22 2, 108 | First, because it does not bind us to do or avoid certain 23 2, 108 | necessarily continue to bind in exactly the ~same way 24 2, 3 | 88], A[1], ad 2) do not bind for always, ~although they 25 2, 3 | always binding; but they bind as to place and time ~according 26 2, 15 | continues - "and thou shalt bind them as a sign on thy hand, 27 2, 30 | however, a civil law does not bind all, but only those ~who 28 2, 31 | wherefore negative ~precepts bind always and for all times. 29 2, 31 | secular or ecclesiastical, can bind a ~man under oath to tell 30 2, 60 | Further, justice does not bind one to increase another' 31 2, 60 | affirmative precepts do not bind ~for always. Now the necessity 32 2, 66 | The denouncer does not bind himself to give proofs: ~ 33 2, 75 | Since the seller does not bind the buyer to buy, he ~would 34 2, 76 | does not seem unlawful to bind oneself to ~an obligation 35 2, 76 | is unlawful for him to ~bind the borrower to grant him 36 2, 77 | Now ~affirmative precepts bind not for always, but for 37 2, 79 | religious, but ~only those who bind themselves by certain vows 38 2, 79 | derived from "religare" [to bind ~together], wherefore Augustine 39 2, 79 | Relig. 55): "May religion ~bind us to the one Almighty God." 40 2, 86 | intention was chiefly to bind himself to enter the ~religious 41 2, 86 | principal intention is to bind himself to this ~particular 42 2, 86 | s intention and will to ~bind oneself to fulfil it at 43 2, 86 | longer than one intended to bind oneself, for it is written ~( 44 2, 86 | to another's power cannot bind ~themselves by vow.~Aquin.: 45 2, 86 | Now no man can firmly bind himself by a promise to 46 2, 86 | his superior he ~cannot bind himself firmly by a vow 47 2, 86 | personal deeds, cannot bind himself by vow to enter 48 2, 86 | 1/1~Whether children can bind themselves by vow to enter 49 2, 86 | seem that children cannot bind themselves by vow to ~enter 50 2, 86 | imbeciles and madmen cannot bind themselves to anything by 51 2, 86 | seemingly, can children bind themselves by vow to enter 52 2, 86 | and ~imbeciles, who cannot bind themselves by vow so long 53 2, 86 | use of reason can nowise bind ~themselves to anything 54 2, 86 | can for their own ~part, bind themselves by vow; but their 55 2, 86 | have been reached, they can bind themselves by religious 56 2, 88 | the same way as he would bind ~himself by oath, such an 57 2, 88 | has not. But superiors may bind their inferiors ~by this 58 2, 88 | the same way as he would bind ~himself by oath: for thus 59 2, 96 | future, unless he intends to bind himself to keep all, past ~ 60 2, 145 | general precept, do not bind all persons in the same 61 2, 182 | happens that some persons ~bind themselves to that which 62 2, 182 | and bishops. For religious bind themselves by vow ~to refrain 63 2, 182 | 2~In like manner bishops bind themselves to things pertaining 64 2, 183 | office, and by this intend to bind himself not even ~to accept 65 2, 183 | unlawful; ~but if he intend to bind himself, so far as it lies 66 2, 183 | obligation. Now bishops bind themselves to fulfil the 67 2, 183 | Bishops, however, ~do not bind themselves at their ordination 68 2, 183 | pastoral office, to which they bind ~themselves, make it necessary 69 2, 184 | is not bound, unless one bind oneself, to do works ~of 70 2, 184 | every religious does not bind himself to keep all ~the 71 2, 184 | mortal or venial; but they bind one to suffer the ~punishment 72 2, 184 | every ordinance or statute bind under mortal sin; and the 73 2, 187 | Therefore it is better ~to bind oneself by vow to enter 74 2, 187 | itself ~praiseworthy to bind oneself by vow to enter 75 2, 187 | monk. He ~did not, however, bind himself to a monastery or 76 2, 187 | according as ~he intends to bind himself by his vow: so that 77 2, 187 | so that if he intend to bind ~himself absolutely, he 78 2, 187 | whereas if he intend to bind himself to ~a certain fixed 79 2, 187 | order; and if he intend to bind himself simply to enter 80 2, 187 | whereas ~if he intend to bind himself only to one particular 81 2, 187 | if in vowing he intend to bind himself not only to enter ~ 82 2, 187 | other hand, he intend to bind himself to enter ~religion 83 2, 187 | 1]] from ~"religare" [to bind] or from "re-eligere" [to 84 2, 187 | is seemingly unlawful to bind a person to an ~obligation 85 2, 187 | any persons of unripe age ~bind themselves to religion, 86 2, 187 | vows. If, however, they bind ~themselves by vow or oath 87 2, 187 | parish, but they did not bind themselves to retain their 88 3, 64 | observed that as God did not bind His power to the ~sacraments, 89 3, 64 | sacrament; so neither did He bind His power to the ~ministers 90 3, 66 | dispensation of Him Who did not bind His power ~to the sacraments. 91 3, 68 | him ~from his sins, and bind him to works of satisfaction, 92 3, 71 | both because no one can bind another to do anything; 93 3, 84 | Whatsoever thou ~shalt bind upon earth," etc., it was 94 3, 86 | 2: Further, God did not bind His power to the sacraments. 95 Suppl, 6 | Decretal quoted above does not bind others than those who have 96 Suppl, 6 | because affirmative precepts bind, not at once, but at a fixed ~ 97 Suppl, 6 | of the Divine law do not bind less than those ~of the 98 Suppl, 8 | knows how to loose and to bind." Therefore it seems ~unnecessary 99 Suppl, 8 | who, by his command, can bind the penitent to do something.~ 100 Suppl, 8 | judge, else he could not bind or loose him. Now one man 101 Suppl, 11| be his superior, who can bind him by a precept. Now he 102 Suppl, 17| whereby he can loose and bind, if he ~has jurisdiction, 103 Suppl, 18| 3) Whether a priest can bind in virtue of the power of 104 Suppl, 18| Whether he can loose and bind according to his own judgment?~ 105 Suppl, 18| 1~Whether the priest can bind through the power of the 106 Suppl, 18| seem that the priest cannot bind by virtue of the power ~ 107 Suppl, 18| power, the priest cannot bind.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 108 Suppl, 18| remove an obstacle, so ~to bind is to place an obstacle. 109 Suppl, 18| Therefore the priest cannot bind.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 110 Suppl, 18| Therefore the priest cannot ~bind by the power of the keys.~ 111 Suppl, 18| Whatsoever thou shalt bind ~on earth, shall be bound 112 Suppl, 18| if it can loose, it can ~bind.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 113 Suppl, 18| loose it directly. but to bind it indirectly, in so far 114 Suppl, 18| guilt; (unless he be said to bind by not absolving the ~penitent 115 Suppl, 18| general, and thus he does not bind save by not ~loosing, and 116 Suppl, 18| 1~Whether the priest can bind and loose according to his 117 Suppl, 18| seems that the priest can bind and loose according to his 118 Suppl, 18| Therefore it seems that he ~can bind and loose according to his 119 Suppl, 19| priestly order, they can bind and loose.~Aquin.: SMT XP 120 Suppl, 20| every priest to loose or bind another priest's parishioner." ~ 121 Suppl, 22| greater thing to loose and bind in the tribunal ~of penance 122 Suppl, 22| every priest can loose ~and bind his subjects in the tribunal 123 Suppl, 22| they alone can loose and bind in the ~tribunal of Penance. 124 Suppl, 22| whose body is bound cannot bind another. But ~spiritual 125 Suppl, 24| greater, inasmuch as they bind a man not only in the ~sight 126 Suppl, 37| of the priest, namely to bind and to loose, by which man 127 Suppl, 37| act, which is to loose and bind.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 128 Suppl, 37| secondary act, which is to bind and loose.~Aquin.: SMT XP 129 Suppl, 38| thing than ~to loose or bind anyone. But a heretic cannot 130 Suppl, 38| heretic cannot loose or bind. Neither ~therefore can 131 Suppl, 40| priest cannot loose and bind, except we presuppose him ~ 132 Suppl, 40| appoint, to loose, and to bind in place of Him ~Who set 133 Suppl, 41| an inclination does not bind ~each man by way of precept; 134 Suppl, 43| though he is not fit to bind himself by a perpetual ~ 135 Suppl, 43| seven years he ~can already bind himself in matters concerning 136 Suppl, 43| third seven years he can bind ~himself in other matters 137 Suppl, 43| sin mortally before he can bind himself to a ~future obligation.~ 138 Suppl, 45| of the words by which men bind ~themselves mutually to 139 Suppl, 45| to dispose of himself can bind himself to another. Consequently 140 Suppl, 46| marriage. For no one ~can bind himself to act against the 141 Suppl, 53| the marriage tie does not bind him to ask for the debt, 142 Suppl, 53| which a simple vow does not bind.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 143 Suppl, 55| suit the accuser does not bind himself to a punishment. ~ 144 Suppl, 58| 2/2~Further, no one can bind himself to the impossible. 145 Suppl, 58| is unfitting if a person bind himself to what he cannot 146 Suppl, 61| the contrary, No one can bind another to those things 147 Suppl, 62| pronouncing the divorce did ~not bind them to separate, but allowed 148 Suppl, 65| of nature that man should bind ~himself to the impossible, 149 Suppl, 65| several wives a man does not bind himself to the impossible, ~ 150 Suppl, 94| is written (Mt. 22:13): "Bind his hands and his ~feet,


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