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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sell

    Part, Question
1 2, 97 | become so corrupt ~as to sell their votes, and entrust 2 2, 105 | states, "that anyone should sell his possessions, except ~ 3 2, 105 | the former the right to sell his servant or maidservant. ~ 4 2, 105 | the Law to allow a man to sell his ~daughter to be a servant 5 2, 105 | constrained by poverty, sell himself to ~thee, thou shalt 6 2, 105 | of poverty a ~man might sell his son or daughter. This 7 2, 105 | where we read: "If any man sell his daughter to be a servant, ~ 8 2, 105 | in this ~way a man might sell not only his son, but even 9 2, 105 | constrained by poverty, sell himself to thee, thou shalt 10 2, 107 | thou wilt be perfect, go, sell whatsoever thou hast," ~ 11 2, 108 | and then He adds: "Go, ~sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] thou 12 2, 18 | thou wilt ~be perfect, go sell what thou hast, and give 13 2, 30 | thou wilt be perfect, ~go, sell what thou hast, and give 14 2, 57 | wishes it, for instance if he sell him a thing for more than 15 2, 59 | or a sheep, and kill or sell it, ~he shall restore five 16 2, 60 | or a sheep and kill or sell it, he shall restore five 17 2, 69 | the judge ~should not sell a just sentence, nor the 18 2, 69 | neither can an advocate sell a just pleading.~Aquin.: 19 2, 69 | an ~advocate may lawfully sell his pleading, and a lawyer 20 2, 69 | causes. ~Wherefore, if he sell his pleading or advice, 21 2, 69 | else no man could lawfully sell anything, since ~anything 22 2, 75 | whether it is lawful ~to sell a thing for more than its 23 2, 75 | is lawful in trading to sell a thing at a higher price ~ 24 2, 75 | Whether it is lawful to sell a thing for more than its 25 2, 75 | seem that it is lawful to sell a thing for more than its ~ 26 2, 75 | Therefore it is lawful to ~sell a thing for more than its 27 2, 75 | to buy for a song and to sell at a premium," ~which agrees 28 2, 75 | Therefore it is lawful to sell a thing for more than its 29 2, 75 | Therefore no man should ~sell a thing to another man for 30 2, 75 | recourse to deceit in ~order to sell a thing for more than its 31 2, 75 | justice: and consequently, to sell a thing for more than its 32 2, 75 | thus it will be lawful to sell a thing for ~more than it 33 2, 75 | buyer. Now no man should sell ~what is not his, though 34 2, 75 | wish to buy for a song and sell at a premium. But since 35 2, 75 | for instance, if a man sell instead of the real metal, ~ 36 2, 75 | for instance, if a man ~sell an unhealthy animal as being 37 2, 75 | would not be unlawful to sell it for the genuine article, 38 2, 75 | trading, it is lawful to sell a thing at a higher price 39 2, 75 | not lawful, in trading, to sell a thing ~for a higher price 40 2, 75 | thing in order that he may sell it, entire and ~unchanged, 41 2, 75 | is contrary to justice to sell goods at a higher ~price 42 2, 75 | above (A[1]). Now if you sell a thing for a higher price 43 2, 75 | less than its value, or ~sell it for more than its value. 44 2, 75 | buy at a low price and to sell at a higher price.~Aquin.: 45 2, 75 | he who buys that he may sell at a profit. If, on ~the 46 2, 75 | for some reason wishes to sell, it is not a trade transaction 47 2, 75 | transaction even if he ~sell at a profit. For he may 48 2, 76 | itself, because ~this is to sell what does not exist, and 49 2, 76 | Accordingly if a man wanted to sell wine separately from the ~ 50 2, 76 | and so one may lawfully sell its use while retaining 51 2, 76 | that it is not lawful to sell its use and at ~the same 52 2, 76 | of ~which pledge he might sell for a price: as when a man 53 2, 76 | have, for this is not to sell the use of money but to 54 2, 76 | money: because he ~must not sell that which he has not yet 55 2, 76 | OBJ 7: If a man wish to sell his goods at a higher price 56 2, 85 | loser on that account. If he sell wheat that has not been ~ 57 2, 98 | Whether it is lawful to sell things connected with spirituals?~( 58 2, 98 | intentional will to buy or sell something spiritual ~or 59 2, 98 | an express will to buy or sell ~something spiritual or 60 2, 98 | read that he ~wished to sell anything. Therefore simony 61 2, 98 | simony is not the will to sell a ~spiritual thing.~Aquin.: 62 2, 98 | simony: yet he ~can buy or sell something spiritual. Therefore 63 2, 98 | not the will to ~buy or sell something spiritual or connected 64 2, 98 | wishing the apostles to sell him a grace of the Holy ~ 65 2, 98 | that afterwards he might sell it. For it is written (I, 66 2, 98 | by him." Hence those who sell spiritual things are likened 67 2, 98 | to him in act. Those who sell them imitate, in act, Giezi 68 2, 98 | always unlawful to buy or sell the sacraments.~Aquin.: 69 2, 98 | therefore is it lawful to buy or sell the ~other sacraments.~Aquin.: 70 2, 98 | always unlawful to ~buy or sell a sacrament.~Aquin.: SMT 71 2, 98 | Therefore it is lawful to sell a sacrament.~Aquin.: SMT 72 2, 98 | science: thus a lawyer may sell ~his just advocacy, a physician 73 2, 98 | Hence it is simoniacal to sell or buy that which is spiritual 74 2, 98 | preaching: for ~if they sell it for this purpose, they 75 2, 98 | it for this purpose, they sell a great thing for a ~contemptible 76 2, 98 | therefore, it is unlawful to sell what is annexed ~to spiritual 77 2, 98 | it will be unlawful to sell anything temporal, and ~ 78 2, 98 | vessels. Yet it is lawful to sell a chalice for ~the ransom 79 2, 98 | Therefore it is lawful to sell things annexed to spiritual 80 2, 98 | Therefore it is lawful to sell things annexed to ~spiritual 81 2, 98 | Wherefore let ~no person sell a church, or a prebend, 82 2, 98 | is altogether unlawful to sell such things, ~because the 83 2, 98 | wherefore it is lawful to sell temporal things, but their ~ 84 2, 98 | in a case of necessity to sell or buy land on which there ~ 85 2, 98 | thing of a person who cannot sell it. ~Wherefore if a man, 86 2, 117 | tomorrow," and (Mt. 19:21), "Sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] thou ~ 87 2, 182 | thou wilt be perfect, go sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] thou ~ 88 2, 182 | perfection by the words, "Go, sell all thou hast, and give 89 2, 182 | thou wilt be perfect, go, sell," etc., as though He said: ~" 90 2, 182 | wilt be perfect, go" ~and "sell" all [Vulg.: 'what'] "thou 91 2, 183 | upon the head of them ~that sell." Now a man who is apt, 92 2, 183 | If thou art perfect, go, sell all [Vulg.: ~'what'] thou 93 2, 183 | thou wilt be ~perfect, go sell all [Vulg.: 'what] thou 94 2, 183 | thou wilt be perfect go sell" all ~"that thou hast, and 95 2, 184 | thou wilt be perfect, go, sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] thou 96 2, 184 | Lord said (Mt. 19:21): "Go, sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] thou ~ 97 2, 184 | thou wilt be perfect, go sell all ~[Vulg.: 'what'] thou 98 2, 184 | thou wilt be perfect, go, sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] ~thou 99 2, 185 | a gloss on Lk. 12:33, "Sell what you possess," says: ~" 100 2, 185 | clothes to the poor, but sell what you possess, that ~ 101 2, 186 | thou ~wilt be perfect, go sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] thou 102 2, 187 | away sad when he heard: Go, sell all thou hast and give to ~ 103 2, 187 | Lord had ~said to him: 'Go, sell all thou hast,' the rich 104 Suppl, 51| instance if one were ~to sell a donkey for a horse; and 105 Suppl, 52| 4: Further, a master may sell his slave into a foreign 106 Suppl, 52| should be ~compelled not to sell the slave in such a way 107 Suppl, 65| consented kill Joseph and to sell him. Wherefore we must say ~ 108 Suppl, 93| wilt be perfect, go and sell all that ~thou hast, and


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