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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unjustly

   Part, Question
1 2, 45 | assistance of those who suffer unjustly." ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] 2 2, 47 | for that which is done ~unjustly; hence that which provokes 3 2, 108 | hand, to judge him rashly, ~unjustly, or presumptuously; and, 4 2, 30 | you reprove him that asks unjustly." Now reproof is a ~spiritual 5 2, 30 | because he received it unjustly, while the latter gave it 6 2, 30 | while the latter gave it unjustly. This ~happens in simony, 7 2, 30 | yet the woman does not act unjustly or unlawfully in taking 8 2, 30 | took the property of others unjustly, although ~you know nothing 9 2, 34 | we dread lest many suffer unjustly."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] A[ 10 2, 38 | restore what it has seized unjustly."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 11 2, 39 | man who attacks another unjustly, for it is not without ~ 12 2, 41 | one harms one's neighbor unjustly. But scandal seems to be ~ 13 2, 41 | thou reprove him that ~asks unjustly." Sometimes, however, scandal 14 2, 53 | or retain external things unjustly. ~Therefore fraud does not 15 2, 56 | find a man willing to act unjustly in every case; and ~it is 16 2, 57 | reference to those who act unjustly: "Whatever they do not merely 17 2, 58 | always to avoid judging unjustly. But written ~laws sometimes 18 2, 58 | to defend the man who was unjustly attacked, without ~himself 19 2, 60 | personal honor by being unjustly insulted. Therefore that 20 2, 60 | the return of the thing unjustly taken; since it is ~by giving 21 2, 60 | restore what has been taken unjustly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 22 2, 60 | saying what is untrue ~and unjustly, and then he is bound to 23 2, 60 | saying what is true, but ~unjustly, as when a man reveals another' 24 2, 60 | or that he defamed him unjustly; or if he be unable to ~ 25 2, 60 | compensation. Secondly, unjustly, if the intention is to ~ 26 2, 60 | the amount he has taken ~unjustly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 27 2, 60 | Further, no one can be unjustly deprived of what he is not 28 2, 60 | man takes another's thing unjustly, two things ~must be considered. 29 2, 60 | restored. Now if a prelate has unjustly taken something ~from the 30 2, 60 | a thing has been taken ~unjustly, it stands to reason that 31 2, 60 | the person who ~has been unjustly injured.~Aquin.: SMT SS 32 2, 62 | death the man who has ~been unjustly sentenced.~Aquin.: SMT SS 33 2, 63 | when a man deems himself unjustly injured, as the Philosopher ~ 34 2, 64 | been taken away from him unjustly. Therefore it is not essential ~ 35 2, 64 | injury as taking a thing unjustly: wherefore an unjust detention 36 2, 64 | own property, if this be unjustly detained ~by another, he 37 2, 64 | coercion employed ~in taking unjustly from a man that which is 38 2, 64 | Unbelievers possess their goods unjustly in so far as they ~are ordered 39 2, 66 | ought to injure a person unjustly, in order to promote ~the 40 2, 66 | accusation: first through acting unjustly against the accused, by ~ 41 2, 66 | on one who has accused unjustly, this will be on account 42 2, 67 | cause, seeing that he is ~unjustly oppressed by the judge, 43 2, 67 | judge oppresses anyone ~unjustly, in this respect he departs 44 2, 67 | a man who is oppressed unjustly, to have recourse to the 45 2, 67 | Secondly a man is condemned unjustly: and such a sentence is 46 2, 68 | we read ~that Naboth was unjustly condemned on the evidence 47 2, 69 | man whose ~suit is being unjustly prejudiced, than if his 48 2, 69 | restitution of the loss ~unjustly incurred by the other party 49 2, 69 | service in an unjust ~cause, unjustly injures the party against 50 2, 69 | party against whom he pleads unjustly. Hence ~the comparison fails. 51 2, 70 | far as the speaker acts ~unjustly against the respect due 52 2, 75 | aware of this, he buys it unjustly and is bound to ~restitution: 53 2, 84 | must not be made of things unjustly acquired or possessed. In 54 2, 98 | although the other party unjustly retains it.~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 98 | the effect of acquiring ~unjustly, as when one buys a thing 56 2, 106 | the evil of one who has unjustly inflicted evil on him, as ~ 57 2, 122 | endurance of sufferings unjustly inflicted. Nor ~ought a 58 2, 122 | another an occasion of acting unjustly: yet if anyone ~act unjustly, 59 2, 122 | unjustly: yet if anyone ~act unjustly, one ought to endure it 60 2, 127 | prudence), "nor to ~act unjustly" (which is an act of justice), " 61 3, 19 | justice, and that He acts unjustly with ~those whom He does 62 3, 46 | acts mercifully and not ~unjustly. And so David exclaimed 63 3, 46 | whatsoever keeps something ~unjustly and by violence, should 64 3, 46 | Although the devil assailed man unjustly, nevertheless, on ~account 65 3, 48 | as in him lay, held him unjustly ~in bondage as to both sin 66 3, 59 | and conquered, and was unjustly condemned. Hence He ~Himself 67 3, 80 | to commit mortal ~sin by unjustly defaming the hidden sinner 68 Suppl, 21| Whether an excommunication unjustly pronounced has any effect?~ 69 Suppl, 21| Whether an excommunication unjustly pronounced has any effect?~ 70 Suppl, 21| excommunication which is pronounced ~unjustly has no effect at all. Because 71 Suppl, 21| which cannot be forfeited unjustly. ~Therefore excommunication 72 Suppl, 21| excommunication has no effect if it be unjustly pronounced.~Aquin.: SMT 73 Suppl, 21| which is bound or loosed unjustly." But that severity was ~ 74 Suppl, 21| cannot lose God's grace unjustly, yet he can ~unjustly lose 75 Suppl, 21| grace unjustly, yet he can ~unjustly lose those things which 76 Suppl, 21| which can ~be inflicted unjustly by ecclesiastical superiors.~ 77 Suppl, 36| duties of his order follows unjustly after that which is just, 78 Suppl, 62| to have been pronounced unjustly. And yet the husband ~is 79 Suppl, 72| behalf of those that act ~unjustly, but they justly judge and 80 Suppl, 85| justly, since He was judged unjustly in the court of Pilate, ~ 81 Suppl, 85| through being sentenced unjustly Christ merited ~His judiciary 82 Suppl, 85| infirmity ~wherein He was judged unjustly, but under the appearance 83 Suppl, 86| Christ through being judged unjustly merited as man to ~be judge 84 Suppl, 86| justice' sake are judged ~unjustly. Therefore the judicial 85 Suppl, 86| Himself in that He was judged unjustly; for ~"He was offered because 86 Suppl, 86| made men subject to them unjustly, ~yet this is required by 87 Suppl, 87| form wherein He was judged unjustly, that He may be visible 88 Suppl, 87| those who ~persecuted Christ unjustly. The scars which will appear


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