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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 77 | Therefore, in order to restore the humidity thus ~lost, 2 1, 96 | is necessary for man to restore what he has lost. But ~Adam' 3 2, 87 | is requisite in ~order to restore the equality of justice, 4 2, 87 | his patients, that he may restore them to ~health. And since 5 2, 94 | therefore unreasonable, to restore ~goods held in trust; for 6 2, 94 | that it be not right to restore or not to restore.~Aquin.: 7 2, 94 | right to restore or not to restore.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 8 2, 101 | efficacious, suffices sometimes to restore men to health, and then 9 2, 105 | that night, but thou shalt restore it to him presently." Therefore 10 2, 105 | 1) that the thief "shall restore five oxen for one ox, and 11 2, 105 | however, a ~man was bound to restore to the owner what was left 12 2, 105 | in that case he had to ~restore only twice the number, as 13 2, 105 | presume that he intended to restore the animal, since he ~kept 14 2, 109 | works this, in order to restore in us ~the image of God, 15 2, 30 | alms since he is bound to restore them.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] 16 2, 38 | inflicted by its subjects, or to restore what it has seized unjustly."~ 17 2, 59 | kill or sell it, ~he shall restore five oxen for one ox and 18 2, 60 | necessity for salvation to restore what one ~has taken away?~( 19 2, 60 | Whether it is necessary to restore more than has been taken 20 2, 60 | Whether it is necessary to restore what one has not taken away?~( 21 2, 60 | something away is bound to restore ~it?~(7) Whether any other 22 2, 60 | Whether one is bound to restore at once?~Aquin.: SMT SS 23 2, 60 | what is due. Now one may ~restore, even as one may give, that 24 2, 60 | to another. Therefore ~to restore it is an act of that justice 25 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, To restore is seemingly the same as 26 2, 60 | that it is not necessary to restore what has been ~taken away. 27 2, 60 | sometimes it is impossible to restore what has been taken, as 28 2, 60 | necessary for ~salvation to restore what one has taken from 29 2, 60 | impossible, ~without sin, to restore what has been taken, as 30 2, 60 | necessary ~for salvation to restore what one has taken from 31 2, 60 | necessary for salvation to restore what one has taken.~Aquin.: 32 2, 60 | seemingly he is not bound to restore the benefice, since ~this 33 2, 60 | necessary for ~salvation to restore what one has taken.~Aquin.: 34 2, 60 | cxliii): "Unless a man ~restore what he has purloined, his 35 2, 60 | necessary for salvation to restore what has been taken unjustly.~ 36 2, 60 | and then he is bound to restore that man's good name, by ~ 37 2, 60 | and then he is bound to restore his good name as far ~as 38 2, 60 | or if he be unable to ~restore his good name, he must compensate 39 2, 60 | 1~Whether it suffices to restore the exact amount taken?~ 40 2, 60 | it is not sufficient to restore the exact ~amount taken. 41 2, 60 | kill or sell it, he shall restore five oxen for one ox, ~and 42 2, 60 | Therefore a thief is bound to restore ~four- or fivefold.~Aquin.: 43 2, 60 | any man of any thing, I restore him fourfold." Therefore 44 2, 60 | Therefore a ~man is bound to restore several times over the amount 45 2, 60 | it is not sufficient to restore the exact amount.~Aquin.: 46 2, 60 | there is no obligation to restore more than ~the exact amount 47 2, 60 | it is enough that a man ~restore just so much as he has belonging 48 2, 60 | judge, he is not ~bound to restore more than he took, but when 49 2, 60 | Whether a man is bound to restore what he has not taken?~Aquin.: 50 2, 60 | seem that a man is bound to restore what he has not ~taken. 51 2, 60 | Therefore a man is bound to ~restore what he has not taken.~Aquin.: 52 2, 60 | that ~a man is bound to restore what he did not take.~Aquin.: 53 2, 60 | Now a man ~is bound to restore to God more than he has 54 2, 60 | is just that one should restore to a ~man also, something 55 2, 60 | equality. But if one were to restore what one did not ~take, 56 2, 60 | to ~others, were one to restore to him what has been taken 57 2, 60 | Further, it is useless to restore a thing which reverts to 58 2, 60 | Therefore he ~ought not to restore to the Church from whom 59 2, 60 | reserve it, ~that he may restore it at a fitting time, or 60 2, 60 | is not always bound ~to restore it. Restitution re-establishes 61 2, 60 | taken a thing ~is bound to restore it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] 62 2, 60 | thing taken, he is bound to restore it as long as he has it 63 2, 60 | since its end is chiefly to restore the property of the person 64 2, 60 | and can lawfully delay to restore. For affirmative precepts 65 2, 60 | so that a man be bound to restore ~at once.~Aquin.: SMT SS 66 2, 60 | 2: When one is unable to restore at once, this very inability ~ 67 2, 61 | and how one person is to ~restore to another what he has taken 68 2, 64 | or a sheep . . . he shall restore have oxen ~for one ox, and 69 2, 64 | if he be taken, he shall restore ~sevenfold . . . but he 70 2, 71 | sin. And ~one is bound to restore a man his good name, no 71 2, 76 | Whether a man is bound to restore just gains derived from 72 2, 76 | just as a ~man is bound to restore other ill-gotten goods, 73 2, 76 | goods, so is he bound to restore ~the money which he has 74 2, 76 | Whether a man is bound to restore whatever profits he has 75 2, 76 | seem that a man is bound to restore whatever profits he ~has 76 2, 76 | Therefore he is bound to restore it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] 77 2, 76 | paid. But he was bound ~to restore the money gained through 78 2, 76 | Therefore he is also bound to ~restore what he acquired with it.~ 79 2, 76 | lender is not ~bound to restore more than he received (since 80 2, 76 | or land, he is bound to restore not only the house or ~land 81 2, 77 | under an obligation to ~restore, or when a priest is bound 82 2, 85 | who ~stole a sheep should restore four sheep (Ex. 22:1), and 83 2, 85 | these a man is bound to restore, and not to ~pay tithes 84 2, 85 | things a man is not bound to restore, and consequently he is 85 2, 98 | benefice by simony, were to restore ~what he has received, this 86 2, 98 | Moreover, he is bound to ~restore not only the fruit actually 87 2, 98 | but he is not bound to restore the fruits which he ~has 88 2, 104 | once. For we are ~bound to restore at once what we owe, unless 89 2, 150 | God can do, but He cannot restore the virgin after her ~downfall." 90 2, 152 | a thing he is ~bound to restore it. Nevertheless rape does 91 2, 161 | in Ps. 68], ~"Then did I restore [Douay: 'pay'] that which 92 2, 183 | the holy ~canons, he must restore whatever he may acquire.~ 93 3, 3 | the Son were not able to restore human nature.~Aquin.: SMT 94 3, 35 | Christ came in order to restore liberty to His own. But 95 3, 35 | mortal ~nature in order to restore us to life, so, as Bede 96 3, 44 | befitting that ~He who came to restore all things to a state of 97 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To restore what has been ill taken 98 3, 84 | the penitent (Ps. 1:14): ~"Restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation, 99 3, 89 | Therefore Penance does not restore man to his ~former dignity.~ 100 3, 89 | contrary, on Joel 2:25, "I will restore to you the years, which ~ 101 Suppl, 28| yet it does not always restore him to his ~former dignity. 102 Suppl, 40| because ~Peter sent his to restore to life a certain disciple 103 Suppl, 60| For repentance does not restore a man to his former ~dignity, 104 Suppl, 60| dignity, although it can restore him to his former state 105 Suppl, 72| them entirely, and will restore two of them to a better ~ 106 Suppl, 76| will be ~brought back to restore the human body will be the 107 Suppl, 77| make up for waste, but to restore the integrity of human nature 108 Suppl, 77| much as is required to restore quantity. This is proved 109 Suppl, 77| was added was intended to restore what was ~wasted at first, 110 Suppl, 78| defect, even so will He ~restore it without defect. Now human 111 Suppl, 78| to the power ~which will restore the human body by the resurrection, 112 Suppl, 78| the Divine, power ~will restore all bodies; and all the 113 Suppl, 78| the resurrection God will restore man to what He made him 114 Suppl, 78| Therefore ~He will also restore the female sex at the resurrection.~ 115 Suppl, 83| fashioned nature will ~wholly restore the body's nature at the 116 Suppl, 83| perfect Creator, Who will restore that same ~nature to the


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