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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 2, 72 | eats too much and omits the prescribed fasts. The same applies 2 2, 94 | Whether all acts of virtue are prescribed by the natural law?~(4) 3 2, 94 | Whether all acts of virtue are prescribed by the natural law?~Aquin.: 4 2, 94 | not all acts of virtue are prescribed by the ~natural law. Because, 5 2, 94 | all acts of virtue are prescribed by the natural law, it seems 6 2, 94 | all acts of virtue ~are prescribed by the natural law.~Aquin.: 7 2, 94 | all acts of virtue are prescribed by the ~natural law: since 8 2, 94 | not all virtuous acts are prescribed ~by the natural law: for 9 2, 96 | virtue whose acts cannot be prescribed by the ~law. Nevertheless 10 2, 98 | enabling man to fulfil what is prescribed, ~and to avoid what it forbade. 11 2, 99 | precepts." ~Other things are prescribed or forbidden, not as an 12 2, 99 | precepts" which God Himself prescribed; and those things ~"commandments" 13 2, 100 | the acts of virtue are prescribed by the affirmative ~precepts, 14 2, 102 | sacrifice; ~while the use was prescribed, of salt which is pungent, 15 2, 102 | later on the priests were prescribed the use of loin-cloths for 16 2, 102 | for circumcision to be ~prescribed by the Law (Lev. 12:3).~ 17 2, 102 | eating of the lamb were prescribed, ~which seem altogether 18 2, 102 | Therefore it was unfittingly prescribed there that the unclean ~ 19 2, 102 | corruption. Hence the Law prescribed such houses, where this 20 2, 102 | burnt ~thereon; but it was prescribed that they should be burnt 21 2, 102 | for the ministers, it was ~prescribed that they should have no 22 2, 102 | Therefore it is unsuitably prescribed (Dt. 6:8, ~seqq.) that they 23 2, 102 | Therefore it was unfittingly prescribed (Lev. ~19:19): "Thou shalt 24 2, 102 | corporal. Now the worship prescribed by the Law foreshadowed 25 2, 102 | Jewish ~traditions we find it prescribed as stated by Rabbi Moses 26 2, 103 | Those ceremonies which were prescribed in the cleansing of ~a leper, 27 2, 104 | things themselves which are prescribed by the judicial precepts ~ 28 2, 105 | their ~welfare: secondly, He prescribed how the king after his appointment ~ 29 2, 105 | the Law. First, because it prescribed (Dt. 15:2): ~"He to whom 30 2, 105 | to deposits: since it is prescribed (Ex. 22:10,11) that when 31 2, 105 | banquetings." Therefore the Law ~prescribed punishments in an unreasonable 32 2, 105 | Now some ~of these were prescribed by the Law. "Indemnity," 33 2, 105 | his face" (Dt. 25:9). It prescribed the "death" ~penalty, as 34 2, 105 | Therefore it is ~unfittingly prescribed (Dt. 21:1,4) that "when 35 2, 105 | Ex. 23:8; Dt. 16:19). It prescribed the number of ~witnesses, 36 2, 105 | care of them; for ~it was prescribed (Dt. 22:1-4): "Thou shalt 37 2, 105 | respect to the poor, it was prescribed that the forgotten sheaves, ~ 38 2, 105 | least. Fourthly, the Law ~prescribed that debts should cease 39 2, 105 | doubts of this kind, it was prescribed (Dt. 16:18) that ~"judges 40 2, 105 | doubts of this kind, the Law ~prescribed that all should foregather 41 2, 105 | faults of less degree it prescribed the ~punishment of stripes 42 2, 105 | punishment of slavery was prescribed by the Law in two cases. 43 2, 105 | of absolute exile was not prescribed by the Law: because ~God 44 2, 105 | on the other hand, it is ~prescribed (Dt. 23:7) to be observed 45 2, 105 | Hence it was that the Law prescribed in respect of certain ~nations 46 2, 105 | them God's aid. Thirdly, it prescribed the removal of whatever ~ 47 2, 105 | among the people, the Law prescribed that they should go out 48 2, 105 | latter died without issue, as prescribed in ~Dt. 25:5,6: and this 49 2, 105 | to them. Furthermore ~it prescribed in what way wives were to 50 2, 105 | the very outset, it was prescribed ~that no public duties should 51 2, 107 | contrary to ~what the Law prescribed. "For the Law did not say: ' 52 2, 107 | away his ~wife, since it prescribed a delay, so that excessive 53 2, 107 | its numerous ceremonies prescribed many ~more outward acts 54 2, 107 | it easier to do what it prescribed, as Augustine states ~[* 55 2, 108 | Such external ~works are prescribed or forbidden in the New 56 2, 108 | confession of ~faith is prescribed, and denial of faith is 57 2, 108 | love. Such works are not prescribed or forbidden in the ~New 58 2, 108 | observances seem to have been prescribed to the ministers ~of God; 59 2, 108 | judicial precepts which ~prescribed restitution of what had 60 2, 108 | Those things which Our Lord prescribed about the true love ~of 61 2, 15 | learning, and both are ~prescribed in the Law. For it is written ( 62 2, 21 | preamble to the external acts prescribed by the Law and to which 63 2, 29 | beneficence and love are prescribed as ~distinct from one another, 64 2, 30 | wherefore such things as were prescribed by the Law which he did 65 2, 38 | the keeping of the Sabbath prescribed Ex. 20:8: for "sabbath" ~ 66 2, 42 | Whether it is fittingly prescribed that we should love God, " 67 2, 42 | averted from that which is prescribed, as may ~be seen in those 68 2, 42 | of ~this love had to be prescribed to man, namely, that he 69 2, 42 | not this perfection be prescribed to man, although no man 70 2, 42 | love of ~our neighbor is prescribed without any distinction, 71 2, 52 | certain sacrifices were prescribed for ~mortal sins, as appears 72 2, 52 | Leviticus. Yet no sacrifice was ~prescribed for negligence. Therefore 73 2, 52 | special sacrifices were prescribed for them in the Law, ~since 74 2, 54 | acts of ~prudence are not prescribed in the Law. Therefore neither 75 2, 55 | are good ~because they are prescribed, and others evil because 76 2, 76 | usurer. Hence it is not prescribed that such property ~should 77 2, 83 | particular sacrifices ~which were prescribed in the Law: but they were 78 2, 85 | Numbers (26,28), it is ~prescribed not only that the Levites 79 2, 86 | binding; and this seems to be prescribed on account of the changeableness ~ 80 2, 94 | acquiring knowledge, which are prescribed by the ~magic art;~(2) Of 81 2, 95 | The paying of tithes was prescribed in the Law, as stated ~above ( 82 2, 96 | kind of perjury, as it is prescribed ~in the case of a declaratory 83 2, 102 | 1~On the contrary, It is prescribed (Heb. 13:17): "Obey your 84 2, 102 | precept. If ~that which is prescribed to him is willed by him 85 2, 102 | sake apart ~from its being prescribed, as happens in agreeable 86 2, 102 | will. But if that which is ~prescribed is nowise willed for its 87 2, 104 | fixed. Now there ~is no term prescribed for the repayment of favors, 88 2, 120 | s parents is unfittingly prescribed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 89 2, 145 | the former is the fast ~prescribed by nature.~Aquin.: SMT SS 90 2, 147 | wherefore ~sobriety is specially prescribed to the old, in whom reason 91 2, 156 | again contrary to the order prescribed by law, or not for the due 92 2, 166 | of mirth. For no sin ~is prescribed to a penitent. But Augustine 93 2, 178 | virtues, since their acts are prescribed by the precepts of ~the 94 2, 182 | should not this perfection be prescribed to man, ~although no man 95 2, 182 | perfection ~of charity is prescribed to man in this life, because 96 2, 183 | submit to what is usefully prescribed."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 97 2, 184 | those which are definitely ~prescribed to him by the rule which 98 2, 185 | this is most explicitly prescribed by the ~apostolic doctrine 99 2, 185 | we find that the ~Apostle prescribed manual labor merely as a 100 2, 187 | time nothing arduous is prescribed, no fasts, no ~rising at 101 2, 187 | religion according to the form prescribed by common ~law, which is 102 3, 22 | salvation of the offerers, as is prescribed in the third ~chapter of 103 3, 37 | ceases. But circumcision was ~prescribed to Abraham as a sign of 104 3, 37 | Further, circumcision was prescribed as a remedy of original 105 3, 39 | law. But ~baptism was not prescribed by the law. Therefore He 106 3, 39 | not only fulfil what was ~prescribed by the Old Law, but also 107 3, 39 | OBJ 2: The Jewish baptism prescribed by the law was merely ~figurative, 108 3, 61 | make use: whereas this was prescribed by ~the Law; and this was 109 3, 64 | do not observe the ~form prescribed by the Church: and these 110 3, 64 | some do observe the form prescribed by ~the Church: and these 111 3, 66 | body done together with the prescribed form of words."~Aquin.: 112 3, 66 | and therefore the form ~prescribed by Christ in the Gospel 113 3, 69 | which differs from ~that prescribed by the Church in conferring 114 3, 70 | faith and salvation to be ~prescribed to him, but each one was 115 3, 70 | to other animals it is ~prescribed (Lev. 22:27): "When a bullock, 116 3, 83 | ceremony, not ~because it was prescribed under the Old Law, but because 117 3, 83 | precept of ~the Law, but as prescribed by the Church; accordingly 118 3, 84 | because among them the Law prescribed ~certain washing-places 119 Suppl, 6 | law. But confession was prescribed in the ~Old Law, as may 120 Suppl, 6 | confession longer than the limit prescribed by the ~Church.~Aquin.: 121 Suppl, 8 | confession had already been prescribed by God to ~be made to a 122 Suppl, 8 | Therefore this cannot be ~prescribed by any human privilege or 123 Suppl, 8 | punishment of seven years is prescribed for fornication, ~according 124 Suppl, 18| medicinal, just as the medicines prescribed ~by the medical art are 125 Suppl, 37| of the chalice under the prescribed form of ~words.~Aquin.: 126 Suppl, 62| separation from bed is ~prescribed as a correction of the wife 127 Suppl, 62| guilty of fornication was ~prescribed in order that the wife might 128 Suppl, 62| OBJ 4: Further, divorce is prescribed in order to punish the crime 129 Suppl, 63| parties having the conditions prescribed by law - and ~the due form, 130 Suppl, 67| when a greater good is not prescribed, a lesser good is ~said


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