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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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robbery

   Part, Question
1 1, 42 | 2:6): "He thought it not robbery to ~be equal with God."~ 2 1, 42 | 2:6): "He thought it not robbery to ~be equal with God."~ 3 2, 88 | generically, such as murder ~or robbery, that anger will be a mortal 4 2, 100 | it, this is not theft or robbery as forbidden by the decalogue.~ 5 2, 45 | fitting ways of committing robbery. This is the ~prudence of 6 2, 59 | if openly, it ~is called "robbery." If it be against another 7 2, 60 | against his will, as in robbery or theft.~Aquin.: SMT SS 8 2, 60 | the owner, as in theft and robbery: ~in which case the thief 9 2, 60 | that is guilty of theft or robbery, is bound to make ~compensation 10 2, 60 | taking part in the theft or robbery, as a fellow ~evil-doer. 11 2, 60 | without ~whose consent the robbery cannot take place. Thirdly, 12 2, 60 | the efficacious ~cause of robbery. Hence the counsellor or 13 2, 62 | but of the sin of theft or robbery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 14 2, 64 | Para. 1/2 - OF THEFT AND ROBBERY (NINE ARTICLES)~We must 15 2, 64 | belongings; namely theft and robbery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] Out. 16 2, 64 | s property?~(4) Whether robbery is a species of sin distinct 17 2, 64 | necessity?~(8) Whether every robbery is a mortal sin?~(9) Whether 18 2, 64 | mortal sin?~(9) Whether robbery is a more grievous sin than 19 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Whether theft and robbery are sins of different species?~ 20 2, 64 | would seem that theft and robbery are not sins of different ~ 21 2, 64 | species. For theft and robbery differ as "secret" and " 22 2, 64 | something secretly, while robbery is to take something ~violently 23 2, 64 | specifically. Therefore theft and robbery are not ~different species 24 2, 64 | 18], A[6]). Now theft and robbery are directed ~to the same 25 2, 64 | publicly. Therefore theft and robbery do not differ.~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 64 | distinguishes theft from ~robbery, and states that theft is 27 2, 64 | done in secret, but that robbery is ~done openly.~Aquin.: 28 2, 64 | I answer that, Theft and robbery are vices contrary to justice, 29 2, 64 | 9. Wherefore theft and ~robbery derive their sinful nature, 30 2, 64 | Therefore the sinful aspect of robbery ~differs from that of theft: 31 2, 64 | OBJ 2: The remote end of robbery and theft is the same. But 32 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The robbery of a woman cannot be secret 33 2, 64 | is taken, the nature of robbery remains on the part of the ~ 34 2, 64 | properly speaking ~theft or robbery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 35 2, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether robbery may be committed without 36 2, 64 | OBJ 1: It would seem that robbery may be committed without 37 2, 64 | belong to the essence of ~robbery, according to what has been 38 2, 64 | Therefore in certain cases ~robbery is lawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS 39 2, 64 | and this seems to savor of robbery. Now it would seem a ~grievous 40 2, 64 | Therefore in some cases robbery is ~lawful.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 64 | done with the proceeds of ~robbery, according to Is. 61:8, " 42 2, 64 | love judgment, and ~hate robbery in a holocaust." Therefore 43 2, 64 | lawful to take anything ~by robbery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 44 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Robbery implies a certain violence 45 2, 64 | unlawfully and commits a robbery, ~as burglars do. As regards 46 2, 64 | kind is not the ~spoils of robbery, since it is not contrary 47 2, 64 | unlawfully and to be guilty of ~robbery; and whoever does so is 48 2, 64 | own property. This is no robbery, ~so that they are not bound 49 2, 64 | war, they are guilty of robbery, and are bound to ~restitution.~ 50 2, 64 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: It is no robbery if princes exact from their 51 2, 64 | means of violence, it is robbery even as burglary is. Hence 52 2, 64 | a more grievous sin than robbery?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 53 2, 64 | a more grievous sin than robbery. For ~theft adds fraud and 54 2, 64 | things are not found in robbery. Now fraud and guile are 55 2, 64 | more ~grievous sin than robbery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 56 2, 64 | ashamed of theft than of robbery. Therefore theft ~is more 57 2, 64 | theft ~is more wicked than robbery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 58 2, 64 | the weak can be injured by robbery, since it is possible to ~ 59 2, 64 | grievous than the sin of robbery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 60 2, 64 | contrary, According to the laws robbery is more severely punished ~ 61 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Robbery and theft are sinful, as 62 2, 64 | to ~ignorance, whereas in robbery it is due to violence. Now 63 2, 64 | than ignorance. Therefore robbery is a ~more grievous sin 64 2, 64 | also another reason, since robbery ~not only inflicts a loss 65 2, 64 | strength which is evidenced in robbery, than of internal virtue 66 2, 64 | they are less ashamed of robbery than of ~theft. ~Aquin.: 67 2, 64 | injured by theft than by ~robbery, yet more grievous injuries 68 2, 64 | injuries may be inflicted by robbery than by ~theft: for which 69 2, 64 | theft: for which reason also robbery is more odious.~ 70 2, 70 | sin no less than theft or robbery, since a man loves his honor 71 2, 71 | two ~ways - openly, as by robbery or by doing him any kind 72 2, 71 | one's neighbor: even as robbery is a ~graver sin than theft, 73 2, 84 | and because ~they signify robbery, the proceeds of which cannot 74 2, 85 | he loses them by theft or robbery; sometimes they ~are transferred 75 2, 85 | instance, are things gotten by ~robbery, theft or usury: and these 76 2, 85 | he has lost by ~theft or robbery, before he recovers his 77 2, 102 | is a kingdom but a huge robbery?" Since therefore the authority 78 2, 114 | than secretly. Wherefore robbery is a more grievous ~sin 79 2, 116 | this belongs to theft or robbery, ~which are mortal sins, 80 2, 142 | daring, of ~theft than of robbery, on account of a semblance 81 2, 183 | man by his injustice and robbery oppresses ~the faithful 82 3, 89 | in the act of perjury, robbery, fornication, and of such 83 Suppl, 76| of a lion on account of robbery and ~violence, and so forth -


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