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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 60 | says (Ethic. v, 1) that legal justice, ~which directs 2 2, 60 | differ, save logically, from legal ~justice; just as there 3 2, 61 | the city." But it is only legal justice ~that is directed 4 2, 61 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Legal justice alone regards the 5 2, 90 | the above definition ~of legal matters mentions both happiness 6 2, 90 | v, 1) that we call those legal matters "just, which are ~ 7 2, 95 | Ethic. v, 7) that "the legal just ~is that which originally 8 2, 95 | the reason ~for all the legal enactments of the lawgivers," 9 2, 95 | have the ~"Authoritative legal opinions" [Responsa Prudentum] 10 2, 96 | Ethic. v, 7) that "the legal just . . . includes all 11 2, 96 | Ethic. v, 7) divides the legal just, i.e. ~positive law, 12 2, 96 | these he says that "the ~legal is that which originally 13 2, 96 | legislation." Other matters are legal, not through being laws, ~ 14 2, 96 | binding in conscience, and are legal laws.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] 15 2, 98 | admit strangers to the ~legal observances according to 16 2, 99 | twofold ~just - moral and legal (Ethic. v, 7).~Aquin.: SMT 17 2, 99 | as being executions of legal justice. Furthermore the ~ 18 2, 99 | Invent. ii). Wherefore the legal just cannot be anything 19 2, 102 | also the meaning of those legal ~ceremonies which commemorated 20 2, 102 | was admitted to any of the legal observances - and for the 21 2, 102 | Para. 1/3 ~Reply OBJ 7: The legal rite did not cleanse the 22 2, 102 | miraculously cured by the legal rite, when the ~priest erred 23 2, 103 | top of it." Therefore the legal ~ceremonies preceded the 24 2, 103 | Further, the first of the legal sacraments seems to have 25 2, 103 | and two." Therefore the legal ceremonies preceded the 26 2, 103 | existence. Therefore the ~legal ceremonies did not precede 27 2, 103 | 2]; Q[102]~, A[2]), the legal ceremonies were ordained 28 2, 103 | the Law, but they were not legal ceremonies, ~because they 29 2, 103 | that is for ever." But the legal ~ceremonies were part of 30 2, 103 | of the Law. Therefore the legal ceremonies were to ~last 31 2, 103 | circumcision and the other ~legal solemnities should not have 32 2, 103 | the leper to observe the legal ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 103 | since Christ's Passion the legal ceremonies can be observed ~ 34 2, 103 | since Christ's Passion the legal ceremonies ~can be observed 35 2, 103 | the apostles observed the legal ceremonies after the coming ~ 36 2, 103 | of them." Therefore the legal ~ceremonies can be observed 37 2, 103 | OBJ 2: Further, one of the legal ceremonies consisted in 38 2, 103 | Gentiles. Therefore the legal ceremonies can be observed 39 2, 103 | fornication." Therefore the legal ceremonies can be observed 40 2, 103 | or to observe the other legal ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 103 | Passion, during which the legal ceremonies were neither 42 2, 103 | apostles never observed the legal ceremonies in real earnest; 43 2, 103 | the intention of observing legal circumcision. ~Aquin.: SMT 44 2, 103 | Christ, during which the legal ~ceremonies were neither 45 2, 103 | Gospel, during which the legal ceremonies are both ~dead 46 2, 103 | Gospel, during which the legal ~ceremonies were dead indeed, 47 2, 103 | not justify without the legal observances. On the other ~ 48 2, 103 | once from observing the legal ceremonies, while converted ~ 49 2, 103 | for all time; whereas the legal ceremonial ceased as being 50 2, 103 | not sin, by observing the legal ceremonial ~for the time 51 2, 103 | in the observance of the ~legal rites lest he should scandalize 52 2, 103 | prevent the observance of legal ~ceremonies, but in order 53 2, 103 | enforcing compliance ~with the legal ceremonies, but in order 54 2, 107 | and to fulfil the other legal observances, which were 55 2, 107 | the gift. In this way the legal ceremonies are ~abolished 56 2, 113 | to his fellowman - or as legal justice, which ~directs 57 2, 11 | about the cessation of the legal observances: and yet this 58 2, 15 | is set down before the legal precepts, in the words, " 59 2, 22 | under the aspect of the ~legal due, whereas friendship 60 2, 45 | common good is called ~"legal" justice, so the prudence 61 2, 45 | in the same relation ~to legal justice, as prudence simply 62 2, 55 | partly natural and partly legal," i.e. established by law.~ 63 2, 55 | that "in the case of the legal just, it ~does not matter 64 2, 56 | styled general, is called "legal ~justice," because thereby 65 2, 56 | the common good. Wherefore legal justice, in so ~far as it 66 2, 56 | v, 1) that ~"virtue and legal justice are the same as 67 2, 56 | good. Now it belongs to legal justice that the acts of 68 2, 56 | Therefore ~it seems that legal justice is essentially all 69 2, 56 | what has been said (A[5]), legal justice is said to be a 70 2, 56 | the Divine good, so too is legal justice, ~in so far as it 71 2, 56 | respect of its essence, so too legal ~justice is a special virtue 72 2, 56 | 2/3~However the name of legal justice can be given to 73 2, 56 | common good by the aforesaid legal ~justice, which though special 74 2, 56 | general. Speaking in this way, legal justice is essentially the 75 2, 56 | This argument again takes legal justice for the virtue ~ 76 2, 56 | the virtue ~commanded by legal justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 77 2, 56 | good; and ~this virtue is legal justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 78 2, 56 | to "one" ~and "many." But legal justice directs one man 79 2, 56 | be a particular besides a legal justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 80 2, 56 | As stated above (A[6]), legal justice is not essentially ~ 81 2, 56 | every virtue, and besides legal justice which directs man ~ 82 2, 56 | just as in addition to legal justice there is a need 83 2, 56 | fortitude, so too besides legal justice there is need for ~ 84 2, 56 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Legal justice does indeed direct 85 2, 56 | towards another person so ~is legal justice. Now legal justice 86 2, 56 | so ~is legal justice. Now legal justice is about the passions, 87 2, 56 | another ~individual: wherefore legal justice which is directed 88 2, 56 | another individual: although legal justice ~extends chiefly 89 2, 56 | answer that, If we speak of legal justice, it is evident that 90 2, 57 | injustice ~which is opposed to legal justice: and this is essentially 91 2, 57 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Even as legal justice is referred to human 92 2, 59 | the community pertain to legal justice. ~Therefore distributive 93 2, 59 | not of particular, but of legal ~justice. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 94 2, 59 | whereunto." Hence ~it belongs to legal justice to direct to the 95 2, 65 | and witnesses, ~and other legal means of information, which 96 2, 77 | as it belongs properly to legal justice to consider a ~precept 97 2, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Even as legal justice is "all virtue" ( 98 2, 77 | its subject and matter, so legal injustice is materially " 99 2, 77 | from the ~point of view of legal injustice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 100 2, 77 | properly to justice; to legal justice, if the thing due ~ 101 2, 78 | a ~twofold due, moral or legal: wherefore the Philosopher ( 102 2, 78 | corresponding twofold just. The legal due is that which one is ~ 103 2, 78 | to render by reason of a legal obligation; and this due 104 2, 78 | equality in commutations." To legal justice, ~as regards things 105 2, 78 | not to particular but to legal ~justice, and apparently 106 2, 79 | the Divine good, even as legal justice is said to be a ~ 107 2, 84 | oblations on ~account of legal solemnities, as stated in 108 2, 85 | refer to the past time of legal observance: ~thus Hilary 109 2, 85 | are not more bound to the ~legal observances than before 110 2, 85 | in the New Law, since the legal ~victims had ceased. But 111 2, 91 | truth had been preached the legal ~observances became deadly," 112 2, 98 | transaction [*A kind of legal ~compromise - Oxford Dictionary]. 113 2, 99 | seems to be the same as legal justice, which looks to 114 2, 99 | to the common good. ~But legal justice is a general virtue, 115 2, 99 | principle of being: but legal justice regards the good 116 2, 99 | the common good: wherefore legal justice has more ~of the 117 2, 100 | requirements of the law belongs to ~legal justice, or even to special 118 2, 100 | 102] A[1] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Legal justice extends to the acts 119 2, 100 | debt is twofold. One is legal ~debt, to pay which man 120 2, 104 | when it answers to the legal due; for instance when it 121 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A legal debt must be paid at once, 122 2, 104 | repayment has the character of a legal debt, as in a loan and the 123 2, 106 | Just as repayment of a legal debt belongs to commutative ~ 124 2, 107 | this virtue does not regard legal ~debt, which justice considers, 125 2, 112 | bound to another, either by legal debt, which the law binds 126 2, 115 | liberality does no consider the legal due that ~justice considers, 127 2, 116 | from the point of view of legal ~due, so that a man should 128 2, 116 | point of view not of ~the legal but of the moral debt, which 129 2, 116 | wherein a man is bound by a ~legal debt to give of his goods 130 2, 118 | twofold, particular and legal. Now ~"epikeia" is not a 131 2, 118 | to all ~virtues, even as legal justice does. In like manner, 132 2, 118 | neither is it a part ~of legal justice, since its operation 133 2, 118 | to being predicated of ~legal justice, since legal justice 134 2, 118 | of ~legal justice, since legal justice is subject to the 135 2, 118 | corresponds properly to legal justice, and in one ~way 136 2, 118 | another way exceeds it. For if legal ~justice denotes that which 137 2, 118 | the more important part of legal ~justice. But if legal justice 138 2, 118 | of legal ~justice. But if legal justice denote merely that 139 2, 118 | epikeia" is a part not of legal ~justice but of justice 140 2, 118 | and is condivided with ~legal justice, as exceeding it.~ 141 2, 118 | than a certain," namely, legal, "justice," which observes 142 2, 145 | secular authority to make legal ~precepts which apply the 143 2, 155 | which is the object of legal justice: yet on account 144 2, 155 | epieikeia' ~[*Cf. Q[120]]] to legal justice, whereof severity 145 2, 159 | consequently is a matter of ~legal justice. But humility, considered 146 2, 159 | justice, especially of legal justice. Now humility makes 147 2, 159 | after justice, especially legal justice, humility ~stands 148 2, 184 | law the transgression of a legal statute does not always 149 2, 187 | tonsured unless he be of legal age and ~willing." But children, 150 2, 187 | children, seemingly, are not of legal age; nor have they a ~will 151 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The legal age for receiving the tonsure 152 2, 187 | yet ~lawful to keep the legal observances, in so far as 153 3, 8 | Fathers made use of the legal sacraments, not as ~realities, 154 3, 8 | Fathers, by ~observing the legal sacraments, were borne to 155 3, 31 | former": which is a kind of legal adoption, as Augustine himself 156 3, 31 | Luke, who was giving the legal ~genealogy, speaks of no 157 3, 31 | while Levi, from whom the legal ~priesthood was derived, 158 3, 36 | through the ~ministry of the legal priesthood. Therefore it 159 3, 37 | CIRCUMCISION, AND OF THE OTHER LEGAL OBSERVANCES ACCOMPLISHED 160 3, 37 | inquire about the other ~legal observances accomplished 161 3, 37 | OBJ 4: Further, among the legal victims the principal was 162 3, 37 | very reason He wished the legal victims to be ~offered for 163 3, 46 | just as, according to the legal precept, the Paschal ~lamb 164 3, 74 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, legal observances ought not to 165 3, 74 | Nazarenes, who mixed up legal observances with the Gospel.~ 166 3, 82 | acknowledged his guilt in legal form, or from it being impossible ~ 167 3, 87 | forgiven them through the legal ~ceremonies." Therefore 168 Suppl, 7 | say that ~"confession is a legal declaration of our sins 169 Suppl, 8 | incurred, from which all the legal sacrifices expiated. ~Nevertheless, 170 Suppl, 54| canonical as well as the legal reckoning, the person who ~ 171 Suppl, 54| however, the ~canonical and legal reckonings differ: for the 172 Suppl, 54| reckonings differ: for the legal reckoning takes into ~account 173 Suppl, 54| Hence according to the legal ~reckoning brother and sister, 174 Suppl, 57| 57] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF LEGAL RELATIONSHIP, WHICH IS BY 175 Suppl, 57| ARTICLES)~We must now consider legal relationship which is by 176 Suppl, 57| namely the contrary form, so legal generation has a ~term " 177 Suppl, 57| results from adoption, namely legal relationship, as ~evidenced 178 Suppl, 57| by its definition, for "legal relationship is a connection ~ 179 Suppl, 57| Church. Hence it is that legal adoption is an impediment ~ 180 Suppl, 57| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether legal relationship is contracted 181 Suppl, 57| relationship. Yet ~there is no legal relationship between them. 182 Suppl, 57| A[1], ad 2). ~Therefore legal relationship does not pass 183 Suppl, 57| relationship is stronger than legal. But ~spiritual relationship 184 Suppl, 57| Neither, therefore, ~does legal relationship.~Aquin.: SMT 185 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Legal relationship is more in 186 Suppl, 57| another person. Therefore legal relationship does ~so also.~ 187 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Legal relationship is of three 188 Suppl, 57| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Legal relationship is an impediment 189 Suppl, 57| the sovereign, ~wherefore legal relationship passes also 190 Suppl, 57| of the godfather, as in legal relationship: because it 191 Suppl, 67| of ~sin, but of a certain legal irregularity. Wherefore 192 Suppl, 68| legitimized by one who has legal authority.~Aquin.: SMT XP


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