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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 109 | magicians work ~miracles by private contracts; good Christians 2 1, 109 | are said to be done ~by "private contracts," forasmuch as 3 1, 109 | compared to the power of a private person in a city. ~Hence 4 1, 109 | this is ~done as it were by private contract. On the other hand, 5 1, 113 | the ~former, by certain private compacts; the latter by 6 2, 19 | wife has to consider the private, the good of the family, 7 2, 60 | which is directed to the private good of an individual: ~ 8 2, 60 | common right differs from private right; and Tully (De Inv. 9 2, 73 | sin committed against a private person; hence it is ~expressly 10 2, 83 | good takes precedence of private good. Wherefore ~God, according 11 2, 86 | there does remain something private, ~viz. the privation of 12 2, 87 | strike the sovereign than a private individual), and God's greatness 13 2, 90 | that which is directed private good. Therefore the law 14 2, 90 | of all, but also to the private good of an ~individual.~ 15 2, 90 | laws are enacted for ~no private profit, but for the common 16 2, 90 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A private person cannot lead another 17 2, 91 | common, but to our ~own private good. Therefore the "fomes" 18 2, 92 | the competency even of a private person, who cannot make 19 2, 94 | virtue are ~ordained to the private good of the individual, 20 2, 95 | misunderstanding; framed for ~no private benefit, but for the common 21 2, 96 | should be framed, not for any private benefit, ~but for the common 22 2, 96 | called "privileges," i.e. "private laws," as it were, ~because 23 2, 96 | were, ~because they regard private persons, although their 24 2, 96 | the common ~good, but to private good. Therefore the law 25 2, 96 | be referred either to the private good of ~an individual, 26 2, 96 | He that ~is guided by a private law need not for any reason 27 2, 96 | spiritual men are led by the private law of the Holy Ghost, ~ 28 2, 97 | the community; wherefore private individuals ~cannot make 29 2, 97 | custom grows by the acts of private individuals. ~Therefore 30 2, 97 | not be set aside for the ~private convenience of an individual: 31 2, 97 | law each ~man stands as a private person to the public law 32 2, 102 | prince, or of ~some other private individual. "But," as Rabbi 33 2, 103 | heavenly instinct, like a private law, prompted them to worship 34 2, 105 | effected by the will of ~private individuals. And since whatever 35 2, 105 | other hand, the power of private persons is exercised ~over 36 2, 105 | loss they ~forgot their private quarrels, so that the next 37 2, 109 | God's grace, follows its private good, on account of the 38 2, 1 | council was intended ~for private individuals, who have no 39 2, 25 | prefers the common to the ~private good." Now the common good 40 2, 25 | the ~individual than his private good, even as the good of 41 2, 29 | comrade, succors him not as a private individual, but with a view 42 2, 31 | correction demands that a private ~admonition should precede 43 2, 31 | does not ~demand that a private admonition should precede 44 2, 31 | there is no ~need for a private admonition to precede denunciation.~ 45 2, 31 | any previous admonition in private. Thus we ~read (Gn. 37:2) 46 2, 31 | beforehand admonishing them in private: nor do we read that Our ~ 47 2, 31 | thou shouldst rebuke him in private, lest ~he persist in his 48 2, 31 | continue to admonish him in ~private, but as soon as we are able 49 2, 31 | far as the ~prelate is a private individual who is able to 50 2, 38 | is not the business of a private individual to ~declare war, 51 2, 38 | is not the business of a private ~individual to summon together 52 2, 38 | recourse to the sword (as a private person) by the ~authority 53 2, 39 | Hence strife is a kind of private war, because it takes place 54 2, 39 | it takes place between ~private persons, being declared 55 2, 39 | strife proceeds from a private feeling of anger or hatred. 56 2, 40 | it assails surpasses the ~private good which is assailed by 57 2, 40 | common good, but to the private good of the ruler, ~as the 58 2, 40 | being ~conducive to the private good of the ruler, and to 59 2, 45 | the prudence which regards private good is the same in ~species 60 2, 45 | prudence regards not only the private good of the individual, 61 2, 55 | done in two ways: first by private agreement, as that ~which 62 2, 55 | by an agreement between private individuals; secondly, ~ 63 2, 55 | A[2]), but not to the private good ~of an individual or 64 2, 56 | punishment as one ~who strikes a private individual. Therefore justice 65 2, 56 | that which it bears to a private person: wherefore each ~ 66 2, 59 | justice is ~directed to the private individual, who is compared 67 2, 59 | corresponds the order of one private individual to another. This ~ 68 2, 59 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Just as a private individual is praised for 69 2, 59 | made by ~authority of a private individual.~Aquin.: SMT 70 2, 59 | those matters ~which concern private individuals: whereas on 71 2, 59 | than one who strikes a ~private individual. Therefore the 72 2, 59 | something ~is given to a private individual, in so far as 73 2, 59 | strike a prince than a ~private person. Hence in distributive 74 2, 59 | not only did ~he injure a private individual, but also the 75 2, 62 | Whether this is lawful to a private individual, or to a public ~ 76 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful for a private individual to kill a man 77 2, 62 | would seem lawful for a private individual to kill a man 78 2, 62 | Therefore it is ~lawful for private individuals to kill a sinner.~ 79 2, 62 | Now it is lawful for any private individual to ~kill a wild 80 2, 62 | reason, it is lawful for any private individual to kill a man 81 2, 62 | Further, a man, though a private individual, deserves praise 82 2, 62 | deserving of praise if even private individuals kill evil-doers.~ 83 2, 62 | wherefore they alone, and not private individuals, can ~lawfully 84 2, 62 | 3: It is lawful for any private individual to do anything 85 2, 62 | sin if they be moved by private ~animosity.~Aquin.: SMT 86 2, 63 | this is ~not lawful for a private individual, even with the 87 2, 63 | person in authority than a ~private individual, because it conduces 88 2, 64 | and, ~consequently, if a private individual not having public 89 2, 64 | violently from them, not by private but by public ~authority.~ 90 2, 65 | nothing according to ~his private opinion but pronounces sentence 91 2, 65 | and not according to his private opinion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 92 2, 65 | from his knowledge as a private individual, but from what 93 2, 65 | information he has acquired as a ~private individual. And yet this 94 2, 65 | virtue of his power, not as a private individual but as a public ~ 95 2, 66 | always be preferred to a private good. Hence it ~is unlawful 96 2, 81 | we must judge of this in ~private prayers by considering the 97 2, 85 | possess a thing as one's private property is not the same 98 2, 86 | moreover, may be made in private. Therefore not only these 99 2, 96 | on his own ~account as a private individual, we must make 100 2, 100 | our kindred pertain to the private good, which we ought to 101 2, 101 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Private individuals are sometimes 102 2, 104 | received particular and private favors, on account of which 103 2, 121 | secondly, there is the private ~combat, as when a judge 104 2, 121 | as when a judge or even private individual does not refrain 105 2, 121 | certain conflicts which ~are private wars, and so with regard 106 2, 150 | takes precedence of the private good, ~according to the 107 2, 150 | takes precedence of the private good, if it ~be of the same 108 2, 150 | but it may be that the private good is better ~generically. 109 2, 175 | passage quoted speaks of private teaching whereby a ~father 110 2, 176 | in another. Magicians by private compact with the ~demons, 111 2, 182 | rule, since he is led by a private ~law, there is no reason 112 2, 182 | which is here called a ~"private law," except to something 113 2, 183 | which are deputed to his private use, the ~same apparently 114 2, 185 | another with a view to his private advantage. ~Accordingly 115 2, 185 | tell psalms ~or hymns as private prayers. Likewise what he 116 2, 185 | is to be referred to the private prayer and reading which 117 2, 185 | in particular ~by way of private admonishment. Hence he says 118 2, 186 | Since then religious are private ~individuals, it would seem 119 2, 186 | neighbor, not only as regards private ~individuals, but also as 120 2, 186 | profit takes precedence of ~private profit: and in this case 121 2, 186 | moderate, be possessed in private or in common. For the care ~ 122 2, 186 | perfection to possess anything in private. But the ~care that is given 123 2, 186 | excessive ~riches, possessed in private as it were, or by the abuse 124 3, 18 | be hanged on account of a private love, there is no contrariety 125 3, 18 | indeed, the desire of the private good went so far as to ~ 126 3, 18 | the public good for the private good - in that case the ~ 127 3, 21 | to itself and, so to say, private. But because ~He wishes 128 3, 22 | she-goat for the sin of some ~private individual, a calf for the 129 3, 31 | through ~some other line of private individuals.~Aquin.: SMT 130 3, 40 | their nation, out of ~their private means to provide their instructors 131 3, 65 | Eucharist is ordained to the private good of the recipient. Therefore 132 3, 80 | proof of witnesses: but private and unknown crimes ~are 133 3, 80 | communicants say ~their own private prayers.~Aquin.: SMT TP 134 3, 82 | on the other hand, his private prayers are ~not fruitful, 135 3, 82 | united in charity, the private blessing in the mass of 136 3, 82 | fruitful to others. But the private evil of one man cannot hurt 137 3, 83 | be given us; and also by private prayer, which the priest 138 3, 83 | assistants. Nevertheless, in ~private masses it suffices to have 139 3, 84 | to sin in public than in private, ~both because a public 140 Suppl, 21| Church's name, although a private ~individual may say a prayer 141 Suppl, 26| hence the intention of private good includes the intention 142 Suppl, 31| layman cannot, for he is a private ~individual.~Aquin.: SMT 143 Suppl, 45| be done in public or in private the result is a ~marriage.~ 144 Suppl, 55| witnesses who are suspected of private hatred or love ~are debarred 145 Suppl, 60| this punishment not ~to private individuals, but to public 146 Suppl, 62| previously rebuked her in private.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 147 Suppl, 93| whether it be the common or a private good, cannot confer so ~


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