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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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compelled

    Part, Question
1 1, 16 | to intellect, they were ~compelled to base the truth of things 2 1, 64 | yet not willingly, but compelled by the ~evidence of things. 3 1, 65 | yet not willingly, but compelled by the ~evidence of things. 4 2, 6 | For ~everything can be compelled by that which is more powerful. 5 2, 6 | will. ~Therefore it can be compelled, at least by Him.~Aquin.: 6 2, 6 | every passive subject is compelled by its active ~principle, 7 2, 6 | seems that sometimes it is ~compelled.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[4] 8 2, 6 | movement of the will can be ~compelled.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[4] 9 2, 6 | by the will, cannot be ~compelled. Therefore the will cannot 10 2, 6 | Therefore the will cannot be compelled to act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 11 2, 6 | without knowledge. Now what is compelled or violent is from an ~exterior 12 2, 95 | to virtue unless they are compelled.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] A[ 13 2, 105 | headstrong persons can be compelled. Hence in this ~case the 14 2, 5 | The demons are, in a way, compelled to believe, by the ~evidence 15 2, 5 | grace. Rather are they compelled to believe through their 16 2, 5 | evident, that ~the demons are compelled to believe, is displeasing 17 2, 10 | Whether they ought to be compelled to the faith?~(9) Whether 18 2, 10 | unbelievers ought to be compelled to the faith?~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 10 | ought by no means to be compelled ~to the faith. For it is 20 2, 10 | unbelievers ought not to be ~compelled to the faith.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 10 | future, ~none are to be compelled to believe." Therefore, 22 2, 10 | neither ~should unbelievers be compelled to the faith. ~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 10 | unbelievers ought ~not to be compelled to the faith.~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 10 | Therefore some ought to be ~compelled to the faith.~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 10 | these are by no means ~to be compelled to the faith, in order that 26 2, 10 | nevertheless they should be compelled by the ~faithful, if it 27 2, 10 | opinion that none should be compelled to union ~with Christ, that 28 2, 10 | ought not ~by no means to be compelled to the faith: if, however, 29 2, 10 | received ~it, they ought to be compelled to keep it, as is stated 30 2, 10 | Wherefore heretics should be compelled to keep the ~faith. Thus 31 2, 10 | remember ~that Christ at first compelled Paul and afterwards taught 32 2, 37 | just that they should be compelled by the ~secular power.~Aquin.: 33 2, 65 | whereby either party is ~compelled to comply with the judge' 34 2, 68 | case ~when a man is not compelled by his superior's authority 35 2, 68 | of justice they cannot be compelled to give ~evidence when a 36 2, 84 | fails to give it, he can be compelled to do so by being ~deprived 37 2, 87 | Further, sometimes a man is compelled against his will to promise ~ 38 2, 93 | especially when he can be compelled, by the power of God, to 39 2, 93 | Apost. i): "But if anyone, compelled by necessity, thinks that 40 2, 100 | debt, to pay which man is compelled by law; and thus man owes 41 2, 102 | irrational creatures, he is not compelled by natural necessity to 42 2, 104 | thanksgiving is less thankful when compelled, as ~Seneca observes (De 43 2, 106 | punishment through being compelled by fear to ~commit a sin. 44 2, 148 | become worse if ~they be compelled to give up the habit." Therefore 45 2, 180 | life, yet not so as to be compelled to forsake contemplation ~ 46 2, 182 | cast among the people ~and compelled to carry the sins of many, 47 2, 183 | the contrary, No man is compelled to do what is in itself 48 2, 183 | their episcopal cure are compelled to resign ~(Extra, de Renunt. 49 2, 184 | Lest perhaps . . . ~being compelled by poverty, I should steal 50 2, 185 | a livelihood, and not be compelled by ~want to ask for necessaries." 51 2, 185 | so stingy that some are compelled by ~necessity to beg. The 52 2, 187 | De Judaeis). Now one is compelled to fulfil what one has ~ 53 3, 40 | Law when, through being compelled by hunger, he ate the loaves 54 3, 70 | effects; lest they should be compelled to say that the grace bestowed 55 Suppl, 43| promises a thing must be compelled to fulfill ~his promise. 56 Suppl, 43| contracted a betrothal are not compelled ~by the Church to fulfill 57 Suppl, 43| the sin. But he is ~not compelled by sentence of the court, 58 Suppl, 43| for then ~he ought to be compelled, in the opinion of some, 59 Suppl, 45| the present tense, he is compelled under pain ~of excommunication 60 Suppl, 46| the Church he should be compelled to take the ~first and not 61 Suppl, 47| Whether a constant man can be compelled by fear?~(3) Whether compulsory 62 Suppl, 47| 6) Whether one can be compelled by one's father to marry?~ 63 Suppl, 47| the free-will cannot be ~compelled. Now consent is an act of 64 Suppl, 47| the free-will cannot be compelled, ~and consequently neither 65 Suppl, 47| Therefore consent can be compelled.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 66 Suppl, 47| contract. Now the will can be compelled ~in the matter of contracts; 67 Suppl, 47| Whether a constant man can be compelled by fear?~Aquin.: SMT XP 68 Suppl, 47| his ~quae vi.] cannot be compelled by fear. Because the nature 69 Suppl, 47| would seem that ~he is not compelled by fear.~Aquin.: SMT XP 70 Suppl, 47| the constant man is not compelled by ~death, since the brave 71 Suppl, 47| Further, in him who is compelled by fear, fear leaves a sin, 72 Suppl, 47| a man we mean his being compelled by ~fear. A man is compelled 73 Suppl, 47| compelled by ~fear. A man is compelled by fear when he does that 74 Suppl, 47| therefore the ~constant man is compelled to bear with the lesser 75 Suppl, 47| greater evil, but he is not compelled to bear with the greater 76 Suppl, 47| But the inconstant man is compelled to bear ~with the greater 77 Suppl, 47| obstinate ~man cannot be compelled even to permit or to do 78 Suppl, 47| for a constant man is not compelled unless for ~grave and probable 79 Suppl, 47| while the inconstant man is compelled by ~trifling motives: "The 80 Suppl, 47| constant ~man can nowise be compelled to sin; indeed a man should 81 Suppl, 47| The constant man is not compelled to lie, because at the ~ 82 Suppl, 47| of justice, he cannot be compelled thereto, namely ~to act 83 Suppl, 47| Baptism. Now one who is compelled by fear to receive ~Baptism, 84 Suppl, 47| sacrament. Therefore one who is compelled by fear ~to consent is bound 85 Suppl, 47| Now consent cannot be compelled except by mixed violence. 86 Suppl, 47| Further, if she who was compelled consents afterwards, it 87 Suppl, 47| true marriage. But he who compelled her before is not bound 88 Suppl, 47| consent of her who was ~compelled before, except in so far 89 Suppl, 47| 1/1~Whether one can be compelled by one's father's command 90 Suppl, 47| would seem that one can be compelled by one's father's command ~ 91 Suppl, 47| for unless a man can be ~compelled to accept the government 92 Suppl, 47| to accept unless they be compelled. Therefore we must reply ~ 93 Suppl, 52| that the master should be ~compelled not to sell the slave in 94 Suppl, 62| her demand, unless he be compelled by the Church, and by paying ~ 95 Suppl, 62| away otherwise, he must be compelled to ~cohabit with her unless 96 Suppl, 62| He cannot, ~however, be compelled to this course of action, 97 Suppl, 62| innocent should not be compelled to receive an adulterous 98 Suppl, 66| judgment of the Church, he be compelled to return to his first wife ~ 99 Suppl, 66| husband. But though he be compelled by law to pay her the debt, 100 Suppl, 66| so at her request, being compelled by his own conscience, even


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