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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prohibition

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | expressions of will - namely, prohibition, ~precept, counsel, operation, 2 1, 19 | But precept, counsel, and prohibition belong to rational creatures 3 1, 19 | case of ~evil - namely, prohibition - and two - namely, counsel 4 1, 19 | That precept, counsel, and ~prohibition are called the will of God 5 1, 19 | Whilst as to future time, prohibition is in respect to evil, precept 6 1, 19 | operation, and counsel; or of prohibition or ~permission.~Aquin.: 7 1, 19 | expression is assigned, that of prohibition. On the other hand, ~good 8 2, 71 | this must be understood of prohibition by positive law. If, ~however, 9 2, 71 | positive law. If, ~however, the prohibition be referred to the natural 10 2, 74 | fulfil it, on account of the prohibition of some ~higher authority: 11 2, 89 | unless there is a special prohibition, ~which is not the case 12 2, 92 | consisting in "command," "prohibition," "permission" and "punishment." ~ 13 2, 92 | is a kind of good, so a ~prohibition is a kind of precept: and 14 2, 96 | hurt of others, without the prohibition of which human ~society 15 2, 98 | of human law, viz. ~the prohibition and punishment of sin, does 16 2, 99 | way of absolute command or prohibition, as "Thou shalt not ~kill, 17 2, 100 | theft and adultery, the ~prohibition of sins of deed, when it 18 2, 100 | steal," is distinct from the prohibition of the ~sin of thought, 19 2, 100 | the matter of a special prohibition by a precept of the decalogue. ~ 20 2, 100 | thy God in vain," are a prohibition of false ~doctrine, for 21 2, 100 | order of ~execution, yet its prohibition holds a later position in 22 2, 100 | perjury. To this is added the prohibition ~of blasphemy (Lev. 24:15, 23 2, 100 | Lev. 24:15, seqq) and the prohibition of false doctrine ~(Dt. 24 2, 100 | forbids murder, is added the prohibition of ~hatred and of any kind 25 2, 100 | neighbor": ~likewise the prohibition against hating one's brother ( 26 2, 100 | forbids adultery, is added the prohibition about whoredom, according 27 2, 100 | sons of Israel"; and the prohibition against ~unnatural sins, 28 2, 100 | money to ~usury"; and the prohibition against fraud, according 29 2, 100 | testimony, is added the prohibition ~against false judgment, 30 2, 100 | from the truth"; ~and the prohibition against lying (Ex. 23:7): " 31 2, 100 | shalt fly lying," and ~the prohibition against detraction, according 32 2, 100 | back." In like manner the prohibition of acts of gluttony is ~ 33 2, 102 | 6,13), concerning the prohibition about the tree of life. 34 2, 102 | OBJ 2: The reason for the prohibition concerning the tree of ~ 35 2, 102 | naturally evil: and ~yet this prohibition was reasonable in its relation 36 2, 102 | of the body. ~The Lord's prohibition extended only to the cutting 37 2, 102 | reputed ~unclean. By the prohibition of blood, fat and nerves, 38 2, 102 | figurative reason for this prohibition is this: the kid, ~signifying 39 2, 102 | figurative reason is that the prohibition of wearing a garment ~woven 40 2, 102 | figurative reason. For the prohibition: "Thou ~shalt not sow thy 41 2, 102 | spiritual sense, of the prohibition to sow strange doctrine 42 2, 103 | Some have held that this prohibition of the apostles is not ~ 43 2, 103 | spiritually: namely, that the prohibition of ~blood signifies the 44 2, 103 | of ~blood signifies the prohibition of murder; the prohibition 45 2, 103 | prohibition of murder; the prohibition of things ~strangled, that 46 2, 103 | violence and rapine; the prohibition of things offered ~to idols, 47 2, 103 | to fornication a ~special prohibition was made, because the Gentiles 48 2, 105 | it may be said that this prohibition regarded men and not women, ~ 49 2, 105 | And specially did this prohibition apply with respect to those 50 2, 107 | evidently applies to the prohibition against swearing, against ~ 51 2, 107 | murder and ~adultery, the prohibition of which the Scribes and 52 2, 107 | Law by ~showing that the prohibition extended also to the interior 53 2, 107 | The same applies to the prohibition about swearing, as ~stated 54 2, 107 | clear with respect to the prohibition of ~retaliation. For the 55 2, 107 | punishment being attached to the prohibition. Now this is very difficult ~ 56 2, 108 | under the prescription or prohibition of the law. Secondly, because 57 2, 108 | as regards, namely, the prohibition of murder, of ~adultery, 58 2, 108 | should be the subject of a prohibition. ~Now judgment is an act 59 2, 108 | For they thought that ~the prohibition of adultery and murder covered 60 2, 1 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: This prohibition and sentence of the council 61 2, 12 | confession of faith, its prohibition is comprised under the prohibition ~ 62 2, 12 | prohibition is comprised under the prohibition ~of unbelief, expressed 63 2, 21 | virtue is equivalent to a ~prohibition of the act of the opposite 64 2, 21 | wherein is implied the prohibition of what he must avoid doing: 65 2, 21 | due to parents, but not a ~prohibition against dishonoring them, 66 2, 21 | wherein is implied the ~prohibition of the opposite.~Aquin.: 67 2, 21 | But the Law ~contains no prohibition against presumption. Therefore 68 2, 22 | not covet," "a general ~prohibition." Therefore charity is a 69 2, 32 | of punishment, and the ~prohibition of sin by the Divine Law. 70 2, 54 | understood to be forbidden in the prohibition of calumny (Lev. 19:13). ~ 71 2, 68 | of injustice. Hence the prohibition of false evidence by the 72 2, 84 | oblation. However, this prohibition ceased under the New Law.~ 73 2, 87 | invoked by oath: hence the prohibition (Ex. 23:13): "By the name 74 2, 110 | soul," ~says: "This is a prohibition of boasting and pride." 75 2, 120 | precepts, gave expression, by prohibition or by ~command, to those 76 2, 120 | the decalogue include the ~prohibition of perjury, which is of 77 2, 120 | in the Old Law. Hence the prohibition to work on the Lord' day 78 2, 120 | concupiscence do not include the ~prohibition of first movements of concupiscence, 79 2, 120 | The direct object of their prohibition is ~the consent of the will, 80 2, 138 | but ~negative precepts in prohibition of fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS 81 2, 145 | with flesh: wherefore ~the prohibition of flesh meat takes precedence 82 2, 145 | takes precedence of the prohibition of eggs ~and milk foods. 83 2, 145 | Lenten fast ~lays a general prohibition even on eggs and milk foods. 84 2, 152 | 23:17, says: "This is a prohibition against going with ~whores, 85 2, 152 | Old Law [*Lev. ~18] the prohibition was apparently directed 86 2, 168 | precepts of the decalogue ~the prohibition of adultery, which is contrary 87 2, 168 | the decalogue ~include no prohibition of a vice pertaining to 88 2, 168 | to virtue ~precedes the prohibition of vice, since vices are 89 2, 168 | decalogue include a ~special prohibition of adultery, not only as 90 2, 168 | precepts that relate to the prohibition of the effects of the vices ~ 91 2, 168 | there was no place for its prohibition among the precepts of the ~ 92 3, 25 | we are to understand the prohibition to adore those images ~which 93 3, 72 | death are exempt from this ~prohibition, as we read in the decree 94 3, 80 | account of the Church's prohibition; and thus a man is prevented 95 Suppl, 23| hold communication, the prohibition ceases, as is clear from 96 Suppl, 38| such persons despite the ~prohibition of the Church. This is the 97 Suppl, 50| degrees of kindred come under prohibition at one time than at ~another. 98 Suppl, 54| Therefore ~seemingly this prohibition is of no force.~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 54| the Church withdrew her prohibition. And the reverse might happen 100 Suppl, 54| contained in the Old Law, the prohibition of ~degrees does not apply 101 Suppl, 54| should there remain now a ~prohibition in respect of nephews and 102 Suppl, 54| these latter times the prohibition of the Church has been restricted 103 Suppl, 54| dangerous to extend the ~prohibition to more remote degrees of 104 Suppl, 54| a kindred, and thus the ~prohibition of the more remote degrees 105 Suppl, 54| restriction of ~the above prohibition to the fourth degree. First 106 Suppl, 55| kinds were included in the ~prohibition, under the head of the justice 107 Suppl, 55| ceased to be included in the prohibition, which now refers only ~ 108 Suppl, 55| affinity was included in the prohibition on account of a certain ~ 109 Suppl, 55| after the other." But this ~prohibition is done away with.~Aquin.: 110 Suppl, 55| them lest the ~time-honored prohibition of the Church seem unreasonable.~ 111 Suppl, 55| And for this reason this prohibition ~is now revoked.~Aquin.: 112 Suppl, 55| sister. Therefore now too the prohibition of affinity and consanguinity ~ 113 Suppl, 56| the occasion of sin this ~prohibition [*Can. Omnes quos, and seqq., 114 Suppl, 57| between the like, and this prohibition is ~approved by the Church. 115 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The prohibition of a human law would not 116 Suppl, 57| intervenes by ~issuing the same prohibition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 117 Suppl, 59| throughout the whole world the ~prohibition extends with equal reason 118 Suppl, 62| understood as an absence of ~prohibition: and thus it is not in contradistinction 119 Suppl, 64| forbidden this he repeats the prohibition here lest he seem ~to have 120 Suppl, 65| plurality of wives without any prohibition ~thereof, as appears from 121 Suppl, 65| the apostles ~inserted the prohibition of fornication among that 122 Suppl, 67| second is by absence of prohibition: ~thus venial sins are said 123 Suppl, 67| makes no distinction in its prohibition, others say that ~from the


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