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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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duties

   Part, Question
1 1, 57 | principle to which all their duties are ~ordered. For "all are [* 2 1, 58 | principle to which all their duties are ~ordered. For "all are [* 3 1, 107 | soldiers have different duties to perform in ~battle and 4 2, 71 | unfit for fulfilling his duties: since "a tree is known ~ 5 2, 100 | community, ~implying mutual duties of man and his fellows: 6 2, 100 | necessity, he owes ~certain duties to God and to his neighbor. 7 2, 100 | has, of necessity, certain duties to ~himself, is not so evident: 8 2, 101 | burdened, as it were, by their duties to the Divine worship, they 9 2, 102 | teach, or perform other duties of men: or that man should 10 2, 105 | prescribed ~that no public duties should be laid on a recently 11 2, 38 | are ~deputed to important duties are forbidden to occupy 12 2, 38 | altogether incompatible with the duties of a ~bishop and a cleric, 13 2, 38 | people, which belong to the duties of a cleric. ~Wherefore 14 2, 41 | ignorant), ~whether such duties arise from their being enjoined 15 2, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the duties of a judge differ from the 16 2, 87 | a judge differ from the duties of a ~witness, as shown 17 2, 99 | virtue?~(4) Whether the duties of piety should be omitted 18 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the duties of piety towards one's parents 19 2, 99 | OBJ 1: It seems that the duties of piety towards one's parents 20 2, 99 | them, must needs omit the duties of piety. Therefore the 21 2, 99 | of piety. Therefore the duties of ~piety should be omitted 22 2, 99 | parents by paying them the duties of piety so do we worship ~ 23 2, 99 | religion. Therefore the duties of piety should be omitted 24 2, 99 | superior. Therefore the duties of piety towards one's ~ 25 2, 99 | Therefore in such a case the duties of piety towards one's parents 26 2, 99 | were ~others, bound by the duties of kindred, to take care 27 2, 100 | 3: Further, we have many duties towards those who are in 28 2, 102 | touching the execution ~of the duties of his service, a son his 29 2, 120 | On the ~other hand, the duties we owe to our neighbor are 30 2, 120 | affirmative ~precepts about those duties among the precepts of the 31 2, 140 | fulfil their ~respective duties. In like manner penitents, 32 2, 147 | should fulfil their spiritual duties with a devout mind; and ~ 33 2, 169 | corresponds to the various duties ~and states of life, as 34 2, 181 | 183]-189)~OF MAN'S VARIOUS DUTIES AND STATES IN GENERAL (FOUR 35 2, 181 | man's various states and duties. We shall consider ~(1) 36 2, 181 | shall consider ~(1) man's duties and states in general; ( 37 2, 181 | should be various states and duties?~(3) Of the diversity of 38 2, 181 | 3) Of the diversity of duties;~(4) Of the diversity of 39 2, 181 | than ~another by various duties; and in like manner men 40 2, 181 | difference ~of grades, orders, or duties suffices for a difference 41 2, 181 | there should be different duties or states in the Church?~ 42 2, 181 | should not be different duties or states ~in the Church. 43 2, 181 | not be ~a distinction of duties and states in the Church.~ 44 2, 181 | not be ~a distinction of duties and states in the Church.~ 45 2, 181 | distinction of states and duties in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 46 2, 181 | difference of states and duties in the Church regards ~three 47 2, 181 | distinction of states and duties is not an obstacle to ~the 48 2, 181 | differentiated by various duties, states, and grades.~Aquin.: 49 2, 181 | preserved by a ~distinction of duties and states, since thereby 50 2, 181 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether duties differ according to their 51 2, 181 | OBJ 1: It would seem that duties do not differ according 52 2, 181 | number. Therefore human duties cannot ~be differentiated 53 2, 181 | But the distinction of ~duties seems to be other than the 54 2, 181 | distinction of lives. Therefore duties ~do not differ according 55 2, 181 | to their acts. If, then, duties differ according to ~their 56 2, 181 | acts it would seem that duties, grades, and states differ 57 2, 181 | different ways. Therefore duties do not differ ~according 58 2, 181 | pertains to action. Therefore duties differ according to their ~ 59 2, 181 | this is the ~distinction of duties: for persons are said to 60 2, 181 | are said to have various duties when ~they are appointed 61 2, 181 | infinite. It is not ~thus that duties differ, but by their formal 62 2, 185 | can fulfil ~ecclesiastical duties, and keep consistently to 63 2, 185 | cannot fulfil ecclesiastical duties, whereof teaching and preaching 64 2, 185 | less fit for spiritual duties through advancing himself 65 2, 185 | fulfilment of such like duties. This error is rejected 66 2, 185 | cure of ecclesiastical duties, and the observance of the 67 2, 185 | occupied with ecclesiastical duties through being deputed ~thereto 68 2, 185 | condescend to ~the humblest duties, and to devote oneself to 69 2, 186 | is inconsistent with the ~duties of a soldier. Therefore 70 2, 186 | should be chosen for these duties on account of the ~multitude 71 2, 187 | his benefice and sacred ~duties, and that he be allowed 72 2, 187 | apply themselves ~to those duties or arts with which they 73 3, 8 | with distinct acts and duties, may be metaphorically called 74 3, 29 | the second by the other duties of husband and wife, ~by 75 3, 65 | deputed to certain special duties; and this can be done by 76 3, 65 | sacrament the end of all duties, as stated above.~Aquin.: 77 3, 67 | to baptize. Because ~the duties of preaching and of baptizing 78 3, 67 | Just as the properties and duties of the heavenly orders ~ 79 3, 67 | above (A[1], OBJ[1]), the ~duties of teaching and baptizing 80 3, 67 | taken by ~the bishops, both duties, namely, of teaching and 81 3, 67 | is bound to fulfil those duties which he has ~undertaken 82 3, 67 | take upon themselves the duties of a tutor. Consequently 83 3, 82 | fulfillment of their respective duties. And because the blessing 84 3, 82 | certain share in the latter's duties, so that he may dispense 85 3, 89 | let them return to their duties, yet so as not to ~receive 86 3, 89 | would exercise their former duties with great negligence if 87 3, 89 | to return to his clerical duties, or to ~retain them the 88 Suppl, 3 | the fulfillment of one's ~duties; hence it is written (Rm. 89 Suppl, 30| states with regard to ~duties which have to be performed 90 Suppl, 34| exercising hierarchical duties in the Church. Wherefore 91 Suppl, 36| fulfills unworthily ~the duties of his order follows unjustly 92 Suppl, 37| seeing that the ~various duties are divided among many men, 93 Suppl, 37| are qualified for exalted duties, wherefore only deacons


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