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downward 13
downwards 21
dowries 39
dowry 99
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100 withdraw
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99 dowry
99 formally
99 formless
99 implied
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dowry

   Part, Question
1 2, 30 | other property besides her dowry which is ~for the support 2 2, 152 | give money according to the dowry, which virgins are wont 3 Suppl, 43| referring to the promise of a dowry; so that the marriage does 4 Suppl, 92| Latin 'dos' signifies a dowry.]~We must now consider the 5 Suppl, 92| gifts should be assigned as dowry to the blessed?~Aquin.: 6 Suppl, 92| gifts should be assigned as dowry to the ~blessed. For a dowry ( 7 Suppl, 92| dowry to the ~blessed. For a dowry (Cod. v, 12, De jure dot. 8 Suppl, 92| Therefore they receive no dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 9 Suppl, 92| 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, the dowry is given not by the bridegroom' 10 Suppl, 92| should not be ~called a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 11 Suppl, 92| Further, in carnal marriage a dowry is given that the burdens 12 Suppl, 92| triumphant. ~Therefore no dowry should be assigned to that 13 Suppl, 92| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a dowry is not given save on the 14 Suppl, 92| militant. Therefore if a dowry is befitting the blessed, ~ 15 Suppl, 92| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, a dowry pertains to external goods, 16 Suppl, 92| they should not be called a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 17 Suppl, 92| OTC Para. 2/3~Further, a dowry is appointed to carnal marriage 18 Suppl, 92| carnal ~marriage. Therefore a dowry should be especially assigned 19 Suppl, 92| the bride is part of the dowry. Now the saints ~are adorned 20 Suppl, 92| saints in heaven have a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 21 Suppl, 92| adornment is called their dowry by the masters. Hence the 22 Suppl, 92| now is defined thus: "The dowry is the everlasting adornment 23 Suppl, 92| likeness to the material dowry whereby the ~bride is adorned 24 Suppl, 92| and children, and yet the dowry remains inalienable from 25 Suppl, 92| some say that the ~name "dowry" is taken not from a likeness 26 Suppl, 92| primary signification ~a dowry refers to carnal marriage, 27 Suppl, 92| that in carnal marriage a dowry is properly a gift ~bestowed 28 Suppl, 92| Gn. 34:12): "Raise the dowry, and ask ~gifts," and from 29 Suppl, 92| abode of ~glory, is called a dowry. But this is clearly contrary 30 Suppl, 92| matters. For they say that a ~dowry, properly speaking, is a 31 Suppl, 92| marriage." In this sense dowry is ~taken (3 Kgs. 9:16) 32 Suppl, 92| and gave it for a dowry to his daughter, Solomon' 33 Suppl, 92| although it is customary for a dowry to be given by the maiden' 34 Suppl, 92| or his father gives the dowry ~instead of the bride's 35 Suppl, 92| maiden ~wished to give the dowry which he had a right to 36 Suppl, 92| own possessions ~give a dowry to the virgin seduced by 37 Suppl, 92| that in carnal marriage a dowry, properly speaking, is that 38 Suppl, 92| Although in carnal marriage the dowry is given to the ~bridegroom 39 Suppl, 92| marriage be dissolved, ~the dowry reverts to the bride according 40 Suppl, 92| which is effected by the dowry belongs to the dowry by ~ 41 Suppl, 92| the dowry belongs to the dowry by ~its nature, and that 42 Suppl, 92| marriage: while that which the dowry ~removes, namely the marriage 43 Suppl, 92| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The dowry is usually settled on the 44 Suppl, 92| this life are not called a dowry, but those which are bestowed ~ 45 Suppl, 92| Hence there is no need for a dowry of this kind to be ~appointed 46 Suppl, 92| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the dowry is the same as beatitude*? [* 47 Suppl, 92| It would seem that the dowry is the same as beatitude. 48 Suppl, 92| appears from the definition of dowry (A[1]), the dowry is "the ~ 49 Suppl, 92| definition of dowry (A[1]), the dowry is "the ~everlasting adornment 50 Suppl, 92| Therefore beatitude is a ~dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 51 Suppl, 92| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a dowry signifies something whereby 52 Suppl, 92| Therefore beatitude is a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 53 Suppl, 92| Therefore beatitude is a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 54 Suppl, 92| happiness. Now fruition is a dowry. ~Therefore a dowry gives 55 Suppl, 92| is a dowry. ~Therefore a dowry gives happiness and thus 56 Suppl, 92| and thus beatitude is a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 57 Suppl, 92| Therefore beatitude is ~not a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 58 Suppl, 92| Therefore beatitude is not a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 59 Suppl, 92| Ethic. x, 7): whereas a dowry is also appointed to the 60 Suppl, 92| to the body. Therefore ~dowry and beatitude are not the 61 Suppl, 92| say ~that beatitude and dowry are the same in reality 62 Suppl, 92| differ in aspect: ~because dowry regards the spiritual marriage 63 Suppl, 92| an operation, whereas a dowry is not an operation, ~but 64 Suppl, 92| stated that beatitude and dowry differ even in reality, 65 Suppl, 92| and thus vision is not a dowry, but beatitude ~itself. 66 Suppl, 92| see God: and thus it is a dowry and the ~principle of beatitude, 67 Suppl, 92| Christ should receive a dowry?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 68 Suppl, 92| Christ should receive a dowry. For the ~saints will be 69 Suppl, 92| Christ also will have a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 70 Suppl, 92| the spiritual marriage a dowry is given in likeness ~to 71 Suppl, 92| that Christ ~should have a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 72 Suppl, 92| her jewels." Since then a dowry is due to the bride, ~it 73 Suppl, 92| Christ ought to receive a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 74 Suppl, 92| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a dowry is due to all the members 75 Suppl, 92| to a gloss. Therefore the dowry is due to Christ.~Aquin.: 76 Suppl, 92| bridegroom." Therefore since the ~dowry is allotted to the bride 77 Suppl, 92| unfitting ~for Christ to have a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 78 Suppl, 92| both give and receive a dowry. But it ~is Christ Who gives 79 Suppl, 92| that ~Christ should have a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 80 Suppl, 92| Church the bride, and a dowry is ~given to the bride as 81 Suppl, 92| of will, ~can there be a dowry, properly speaking, for 82 Suppl, 92| because in a marriage where a dowry is given there should be 83 Suppl, 92| Word; thirdly, because a dowry is given when the bride 84 Suppl, 92| should say that the notion of dowry is either altogether unbecoming 85 Suppl, 92| to the thing ~which is a dowry and not to the notion of 86 Suppl, 92| and not to the notion of a dowry being in Christ: for it ~ 87 Suppl, 92| therefore the idea of a dowry is not becoming to Him.~ 88 Suppl, 92| them under the aspect of dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 89 Suppl, 92| bridegroom." Since then the dowry is due only to the bride, 90 Suppl, 92| considered under ~the aspect of dowry they are not as becoming 91 Suppl, 92| Consequently the notion of dowry is not so properly becoming 92 Suppl, 92| be reckoned ~a distinct dowry from love.~Aquin.: SMT XP 93 Suppl, 92| should reckon a fourth dowry~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[5] 94 Suppl, 92| been said (A[2]) that a dowry is ~something inherent to 95 Suppl, 92| vision, and thus we have one ~dowry, which all call vision. 96 Suppl, 92| respect some reckon love as a dowry, others ~fruition (in so 97 Suppl, 92| understanding: wherefore only one dowry, namely vision, ~corresponds 98 Suppl, 92| necessary conditions ~of a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 99 Suppl, 93| have fruition which is a dowry: but we ~are not speaking


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