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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 112 | reason of a certain intimate tie, is still part ~of her: 2 2, 69 | especially who ~are by any tie whatever united to us, according 3 2, 79 | linked with us by any kind of tie, ~that term does not escape 4 3, 6 | fittingness ~for the marriage tie, yet when her beauty passes 5 3, 6 | passes away, the marriage tie ~still remains. So likewise, 6 Suppl, 41| he bound by any marriage tie," ~wherein matrimony consists. 7 Suppl, 41| case ~unless there were a tie between the man and a definite 8 Suppl, 41| and in these there is no tie between ~male and female; 9 Suppl, 41| time, there is a certain tie, as may ~be seen in certain 10 Suppl, 41| time, there is a very great tie between male and ~female, 11 Suppl, 41| male and ~female, to which tie even the generic nature 12 Suppl, 42| directly effect a certain tie which is the sacrament of ~ 13 Suppl, 42| of ~matrimony; and this tie by virtue of its Divine 14 Suppl, 45| not bound by the marriage tie, albeit not in the tribunal 15 Suppl, 51| effect; whereas the marriage tie is caused by the consent 16 Suppl, 52| marriage, which is a lasting tie ~so long as this life lasts.~ 17 Suppl, 53| simple vow. For the stronger tie takes ~precedence of the 18 Suppl, 53| Now a vow is a stronger tie than marriage, ~since the 19 Suppl, 53| precedence of the marriage tie.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 20 Suppl, 53| OBJ 1: A vow is a stronger tie than matrimony, as regards 21 Suppl, 53| marriage is ~a stronger tie than a simple vow, since 22 Suppl, 53| And ~since the marriage tie does not bind him to ask 23 Suppl, 53| stronger than a bodily tie. Therefore if a married 24 Suppl, 54| follows: "Consanguinity is the tie contracted between persons 25 Suppl, 54| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a tie is only between things in 26 Suppl, 54| with one another, ~since a tie unites. Now there is not 27 Suppl, 54| Therefore consanguinity is not a tie.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 28 Suppl, 54| who eats. Since then ~no tie of consanguinity arises 29 Suppl, 54| neither will there be any tie of kindred between him and ~ 30 Suppl, 54| men and animals. But no ~tie of consanguinity is contracted 31 Suppl, 54| friendship is called "a tie." Wherefore in respect of 32 Suppl, 54| in the above definition "tie" is included as being the 33 Suppl, 54| are the subject of this tie. while "carnal ~procreation" 34 Suppl, 54| Anim. i, 18. Hence the tie contracted by carnal ~procreation 35 Suppl, 54| that the reason why the tie of consanguinity is ~contracted 36 Suppl, 54| carnal procreation whence the tie of consanguinity ~arises 37 Suppl, 54| likeness. In ~like manner the tie of consanguinity may hinder 38 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is a natural tie which is in itself ~of a 39 Suppl, 54| Reply OBJ 3: Although the tie of consanguinity is natural, 40 Suppl, 55| procreation is bound to him by a tie of natural ~friendship, 41 Suppl, 55| kindred by the same kind of tie as the father ~was, the 42 Suppl, 55| as the father ~was, the tie, namely of consanguinity, 43 Suppl, 55| arises another kind of tie known by the name of "affinity." 44 Suppl, 55| Reply OBJ 1: The marriage tie causes affinity not only 45 Suppl, 55| For ~affinity is a lasting tie: whereas a betrothal is 46 Suppl, 55| as marriage is a lasting tie, so is the ~aforesaid kind 47 Suppl, 55| consanguinity is a stronger tie than affinity. But the ~ 48 Suppl, 55| find two kinds whereby this tie is caused: ~one is by carnal 49 Suppl, 55| would seem to show ~that no tie is caused by affinity, we 50 Suppl, 55| and just as there is ~a tie of friendship between blood-relations, 51 Suppl, 55| consanguinity, ~because the tie of consanguinity is immediately 52 Suppl, 55| of consanguinity. For the tie of affinity is less ~strong 53 Suppl, 55| is less ~strong than the tie of consanguinity, since 54 Suppl, 55| cause. Now ~the stronger the tie the longer it lasts. Therefore 55 Suppl, 55| it lasts. Therefore the tie of affinity ~does not last 56 Suppl, 55| affinity being a ~lesser tie than consanguinity, both 57 Suppl, 55| OBJ 1: The fact that the tie of affinity is less than 58 Suppl, 55| affinity is less than the tie of ~consanguinity causes 59 Suppl, 55| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the tie of marriage is less onerous 60 Suppl, 55| is less onerous than the tie of ~ownership. Now after 61 Suppl, 55| least difficult to sever the tie. Now this is when ~only 62 Suppl, 56| is holier than a bodily tie: and since the tie of ~bodily 63 Suppl, 56| bodily tie: and since the tie of ~bodily kinship is an 64 Suppl, 56| Wherefore ~just as the tie that is contracted by carnal 65 Suppl, 56| a natural being, so the tie that is contracted ~from 66 Suppl, 57| one contracts through it a tie that is an impediment to ~ 67 Suppl, 57| Between which persons is this tie contracted.~Aquin.: SMT 68 Suppl, 57| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a tie that is an impediment to 69 Suppl, 57| contracted through adoption a tie ~that is an impediment to 70 Suppl, 57| than corporeal care. But no tie of relationship is contracted 71 Suppl, 57| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no tie of relationship results 72 Suppl, 57| a ~benefit. Therefore no tie of relationship results 73 Suppl, 57| subsequent to these. Now no tie of relationship is contracted 74 Suppl, 57| law, it would seem that a tie contracted from ~adoption 75 Suppl, 57| Therefore adoption results in a tie which is ~an impediment 76 Suppl, 57| unreasonable that the aforesaid tie cease, for ~instance when 77 Suppl, 57| his wife, wherefore the tie between them remains.~Aquin.: 78 Suppl, 58| 2: Further, just as the tie of religion is perpetual 79 Suppl, 58| perpetual so is the ~marriage tie. Now according to the new 80 Suppl, 59| 2], ad 1), the marriage tie is not broken ~by the fact 81 Suppl, 59| sometimes ~while the marriage tie remains, the marriage is 82 Suppl, 59| the ~Creator, the marriage tie is not dissolved, since 83 Suppl, 59| are equal in the marriage tie. Since, ~then, it is unlawful 84 Suppl, 59| consequently, the marriage ~tie being dissolved, it is lawful 85 Suppl, 59| more firmly. Now the firmer tie always looses the weaker 86 Suppl, 59| frees the husband from the tie whereby he was bound to ~ 87 Suppl, 59| has married, the marriage tie is ~dissolved on either 88 Suppl, 59| way as to the ~marriage tie, and thus marriage cannot 89 Suppl, 59| it be not ratified, the tie ~is dissolved, if the one 90 Suppl, 59| other hand the aforesaid ~tie is not dissolved by adultery, 91 Suppl, 59| dissolved as to the marriage tie on account of unbelief ~ 92 Suppl, 61| not dissolve the marriage ~tie. Now the marriage tie still 93 Suppl, 61| marriage ~tie. Now the marriage tie still remains between those 94 Suppl, 61| freed from the marriage tie. But as long as she remains 95 Suppl, 61| dissolves the ~marriage tie in such a way that the wife 96 Suppl, 61| renounces the marriage tie, wherefore it still remains: 97 Suppl, 61| he renounces the marriage tie, ~wherefore the other is 98 Suppl, 62| act, although the marriage tie remains. ~Under this head 99 Suppl, 62| relationship voids the marriage tie, so does ~fornication dissolve 100 Suppl, 62| that there is no marriage tie between them, so that carnal 101 Suppl, 62| does not remove the ~said tie, so that the act remains, 102 Suppl, 62| are bound by the marriage tie, which neither divorce nor 103 Suppl, 62| with him, the ~marriage tie, whereby she was bound to 104 Suppl, 63| answer that, The marriage tie lasts only until death ( 105 Suppl, 63| either spouse the marriage tie ceases: and ~consequently 106 Suppl, 63| And, since the ~marriage tie ceases with death, no injury 107 Suppl, 70| it is confined, and so to tie it to that place that it 108 Suppl, 79| overcome matter, it cannot tie it completely so as to prevent ~

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