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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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positive

   Part, Question
1 1, 30 | not to denote anything positive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 2 1, 30 | terms do not denote anything positive in God, but have only a 3 1, 40 | unbegotten" says nothing ~positive and is only a negation, 4 1, 48 | believed that ~evil was a positive thing in itself.~Aquin.: 5 1, 40 | unbegotten" says nothing ~positive and is only a negation, 6 1, 49 | believed that ~evil was a positive thing in itself.~Aquin.: 7 1, 87 | things we can know something positive ~concerning the angels, 8 1, 88 | on the other hand, is ~positive, since he says, "We cannot 9 2, 18 | the object is something positive, it can ~constitute the 10 2, 64 | mind, there is something positive in both cases. Hence "to 11 2, 71 | understood of prohibition by positive law. If, ~however, the prohibition 12 2, 82 | health, and partly ~something positive, viz. the very humors that 13 2, 86 | stain is either something ~positive, or a pure privation. If 14 2, 86 | privation. If it be something positive, it can only ~be either 15 2, 86 | does not denote anything positive in the soul. Again, neither 16 2, 86 | stain is neither something positive in the soul, nor ~does it 17 2, 86 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing positive remains in the soul after 18 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, positive law is contrasted with natural 19 2, 95 | arises the diversity of positive laws among various ~people.~ 20 2, 95 | description of the quality of positive law is ~appropriate?~Aquin.: 21 2, 95 | description of the quality of ~positive law is not appropriate, 22 2, 95 | nations is not contained under positive human law, ~but rather under 23 2, 95 | A[2]). In this respect positive law is divided into the " 24 2, 96 | divides the legal just, i.e. ~positive law, into three parts. For 25 2, 99 | not of ~natural, but of positive law; so the determinations 26 2, 30 | pain of mortal sin, because positive precepts ~are binding for 27 2, 30 | unlawful as ~being against the positive civil law, which altogether 28 2, 30 | has won, so long ~as that positive law is in force, wherefore 29 2, 31 | forbid ~sinful acts, the positive precepts inculcate acts 30 2, 42 | evil. Now we are led by the positive precepts to do good, and 31 2, 42 | ought to have been ~not only positive, but also negative precepts 32 2, 42 | evil, and therefore the ~positive precepts virtually include 33 2, 55 | divided into natural and positive right?~(3) Whether the right 34 2, 55 | divided into natural right and positive right?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 35 2, 55 | into natural ~right and positive right. For that which is 36 2, 55 | Further, a thing is called "positive" when it proceeds from the ~ 37 2, 55 | it seems that there is no positive right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 38 2, 55 | like manner, neither is it positive right, since it is ~based 39 2, 55 | divided into natural and positive.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 40 2, 55 | stead, and this is called "positive right."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 41 2, 55 | is in such matters that positive right has its place. Hence 42 2, 55 | divided into natural and ~positive. Now the right of nations 43 2, 55 | right of nations is not a positive right, since all ~nations 44 2, 58 | men, and this is ~called "positive right," as stated above ( 45 2, 58 | written law both contains positive ~right, and establishes 46 2, 58 | of the natural or of the positive right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 47 2, 58 | has no binding force. For ~positive right has no place except 48 2, 64 | agreement which belongs to positive law, as stated above ~(Q[ 49 2, 83 | determination belongs to the ~positive law; thus the natural law 50 2, 145 | is a matter of precept of positive law established by ecclesiastical ~ 51 3, 50 | because ~it is nothing positive. Therefore it could not 52 3, 55 | an evident sign affording positive proof" [*Cf. Prior. Anal. 53 3, 62 | of sin, but not as to its positive effects. But this ~also 54 3, 62 | glory, which is the ultimate positive effect of ~grace. Moreover, 55 3, 62 | order of the formal cause, positive ~effects are naturally prior 56 3, 62 | also as regards a ~certain positive effect, i.e. by making man 57 3, 70 | guilt, but not as to its positive ~effects; lest they should 58 3, 70 | time, which is the last positive ~effect of grace. Secondly, 59 3, 70 | order of the formal cause, ~positive effects naturally precede 60 3, 70 | circumcision, also ~as a particular positive effect consisting in being 61 Suppl, 6 | secondly, by a precept of positive law, and in this ~way all 62 Suppl, 6 | to a man. For precepts of positive law are subject to dispensation 63 Suppl, 6 | neither can there be from positive Divine law.~Aquin.: SMT 64 Suppl, 7 | matters belonging to the positive ~law.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[7] 65 Suppl, 8 | because the precepts ~of positive law do not extend beyond 66 Suppl, 42| a crime is determined by positive law.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] 67 Suppl, 50| states of mankind, and since positive law, too, varies ~according 68 Suppl, 52| either of natural law or ~of positive law. But it is not of natural 69 Suppl, 52| not of natural law; and positive law springs from ~the natural 70 Suppl, 52| person and ~guilt belongs to positive law. Hence slavery which 71 Suppl, 52| definite ~punishment is of positive law, and arises out of natural 72 Suppl, 52| determination of the same positive law that slavery if unknown 73 Suppl, 52| 2~Further, slavery is of positive law; whereas marriage is 74 Suppl, 52| Divine law. Since then positive law is not prejudicial to 75 Suppl, 52| above (A[1], ad 3), the positive law arises out ~of the natural 76 Suppl, 52| consequently slavery, which is of positive law, ~cannot be prejudicious 77 Suppl, 54| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, positive law can neither void nor 78 Suppl, 54| Further, an ordinance of positive law should have some reasonable ~ 79 Suppl, 57| natural ~procreation, so by positive law which is the art of 80 Suppl, 58| under the ordinance of positive law like other contracts. 81 Suppl, 58| since the ordinances of positive law ~are consequent upon 82 Suppl, 59| law are determinable by positive ~law: and therefore if any 83 Suppl, 65| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, positive law is an outcome of the 84 Suppl, 65| fornication was not forbidden by positive law; ~indeed according to 85 Suppl, 66| not by natural, but by ~positive law; nor again is it one 86 Suppl, 68| born not only against the positive law, but ~against the express 87 Suppl, 68| children is an effect of positive law. Therefore an ~illegitimate 88 Suppl, 81| terms, each of which is a positive entity, ~but not to those 89 Suppl, 81| changes which have only one positive term, the other ~being a


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