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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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slavery

   Part, Question
1 1, 95 | meaning. First, as opposed to ~slavery, in which sense a master 2 2, 94 | distinction of possessions ~and slavery were not brought in by nature, 3 2, 98 | they had been freed from slavery, it was fitting that ~they 4 2, 105 | disgrace, exile, death, slavery." Now some ~of these were 5 2, 105 | punishments, viz. "exile" and "slavery."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 6 2, 105 | Para. 2/3~The punishment of slavery was prescribed by the Law 7 2, 105 | delivered by the Lord ~from slavery, and for this reason were 8 2, 10 | vernaculus," i.e. born in slavery; and ~likewise if, when 9 2, 55 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, slavery among men is natural, for 10 2, 55 | Philosopher (Polit. i, 2). Now "slavery belongs ~to the right of 11 2, 55 | Polit. i, 2). Wherefore slavery which belongs ~to the right 12 2, 102 | is wrong to suppose that slavery ~falls upon the whole man: 13 2, 106 | forfeits his bodily safety; "slavery," and "imprisonment," ~whereby 14 2, 120 | because ~they are in want, in slavery, or the like, as stated 15 2, 123 | to death through fear of slavery or shame. Thus Augustine ~ 16 2, 123 | in order to escape from ~slavery or hardships is overcome 17 2, 145 | of use in hindering the slavery of sin, which ~is opposed 18 2, 148 | that "there would be no slavery, ~were there no drunkards." 19 2, 148 | the occasional cause of slavery, in so far ~as Cham brought 20 2, 148 | Cham brought the curse of slavery on to his descendants, for 21 2, 148 | latter was made drunk. But slavery was not ~the direct punishment 22 2, 187 | sonship is natural, ~while slavery results from the curse of 23 2, 187 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Since slavery was imposed in punishment 24 2, 187 | sin, it follows ~that by slavery man forfeits something which 25 3, 68 | slaves of rulers by civil slavery, which does not ~exclude 26 3, 88 | returns to the same state of ~slavery from which he was freed, 27 3, 88 | to his previous state of slavery for any kind of ingratitude, 28 Suppl, 34| OBJ 1: The subjection of slavery is incompatible with liberty; 29 Suppl, 34| incompatible with liberty; for ~slavery consists in lording over 30 Suppl, 37| is wholly freed ~from the slavery of the devil. This, too, 31 Suppl, 39| 3) Whether the state of slavery is?~(4) Whether homicide 32 Suppl, 39| 1/1~Whether the state of slavery is an impediment to receiving 33 Suppl, 39| would seem that the state of slavery is not an impediment to ~ 34 Suppl, 39| a sacrament. Now such is slavery, for the ~Apostle counsels 35 Suppl, 39| possible, rather to remain in slavery (1 Cor. ~7:21). Therefore 36 Suppl, 39| his flock were freed ~from slavery. Hence we must not draw 37 Suppl, 47| resulting from rape, and slavery. Wherefore the like compel 38 Suppl, 50| impediment of ~the "condition of slavery." Secondly, because he cannot 39 Suppl, 51| just as the condition of slavery is an accident ~affecting 40 Suppl, 51| OBJ 5: Further, just as slavery or freedom pertains to the 41 Suppl, 51| regarding the condition of slavery is an impediment to ~matrimony. 42 Suppl, 51| just as the condition of slavery is an impediment, so ~are 43 Suppl, 51| matrimony, as the condition of slavery ~does. Hence the argument 44 Suppl, 51| whereas the condition of slavery is no impediment if the 45 Suppl, 51| is no impediment if the slavery be ~known. Hence the comparison 46 Suppl, 52| IMPEDIMENT OF THE CONDITION OF SLAVERY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 47 Suppl, 52| impediment of the condition of slavery. Under ~this head there 48 Suppl, 52| Whether the condition of slavery is an impediment to matrimony?~( 49 Suppl, 52| Whether the condition of slavery is an impediment to matrimony?~ 50 Suppl, 52| seem that the condition of slavery is no impediment to ~matrimony. 51 Suppl, 52| some way opposed to it. But slavery is in no way opposed to 52 Suppl, 52| among slaves. Therefore slavery is no ~impediment to marriage.~ 53 Suppl, 52| according to nature. Now slavery is contrary to nature, ~ 54 Suppl, 52| de just. et ~jure.) that slavery is not of natural law; and 55 Suppl, 52| Therefore, according to ~law, slavery is not an impediment to 56 Suppl, 52| consanguinity. ~Now the slavery of one party, if it be known 57 Suppl, 52| their marriage. Therefore slavery, considered in itself, is ~ 58 Suppl, 52| one may be in error about slavery, so as to deem ~a person 59 Suppl, 52| Therefore neither should slavery be so ~accounted.~Aquin.: 60 Suppl, 52| good of the offspring than ~slavery is. Yet leprosy is not reckoned 61 Suppl, 52| Therefore neither should slavery be so reckoned.~Aquin.: 62 Suppl, 52| qualified by honesty; whereas slavery is one of the ~things to 63 Suppl, 52| Therefore marriage and slavery ~are contrary to one another; 64 Suppl, 52| another; and consequently slavery is an impediment to ~matrimony.~ 65 Suppl, 52| altogether disabled, so slavery makes him unable to pay 66 Suppl, 52| 58]), so the condition of slavery is an impediment if not 67 Suppl, 52| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Slavery is contrary to marriage 68 Suppl, 52| reason of the ~parent's slavery. Since, however, it is free 69 Suppl, 52| therefore ~evident that slavery is no impediment to marriage 70 Suppl, 52| then in like manner that slavery is contrary to the first ~ 71 Suppl, 52| punished for his sin, and thus slavery ~was brought in as a punishment 72 Suppl, 52| belongs to positive law. Hence slavery which is a definite ~punishment 73 Suppl, 52| the same positive law that slavery if unknown is an ~impediment 74 Suppl, 52| voluntariness. Such impediments are slavery and impotence of ~coition. 75 Suppl, 52| impediment to ~marriage as slavery is.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] 76 Suppl, 52| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, slavery is of positive law; whereas 77 Suppl, 52| natural law, and consequently slavery, which is of positive law, ~ 78 Suppl, 52| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether slavery can supervene to marriage?~ 79 Suppl, 52| OBJ 1: It would seem that slavery cannot supervene to marriage, 80 Suppl, 52| hold as to ~the effect of slavery.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 81 Suppl, 52| things and are contrary to ~slavery, which in law is not a favorable 82 Suppl, 52| thing. Therefore such a slavery ~ought to be entirely annulled 83 Suppl, 52| and the ~subjection of slavery does not extend thereto. 84 Suppl, 52| Reply OBJ 2: In so far as slavery is opposed to marriage, 85 Suppl, 52| marriage is ~prejudicial to slavery, since the slave is bound 86 Suppl, 52| which the condition ~of slavery does not extend, nevertheless 87 Suppl, 52| body from the mother. Now slavery is a condition of ~the body, 88 Suppl, 52| this that the condition of slavery attaches.~Aquin.: SMT XP 89 Suppl, 52| But in matters relating to slavery they follow the mother ~ 90 Suppl, 58| as also the condition of slavery, ~whereby a man cannot " 91 Suppl, 58| impediments, frigidity and slavery, make it not altogether 92 Suppl, 59| freed from the bond of ~slavery, as appears from 1 Cor. 93 Suppl, 96| punishment of exile ~or slavery, which is pronounced by


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