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libero 4
liberties 1
libertine 1
liberty 82
liberum 1
liceat 1
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82 kindred
82 leave
82 liberty
82 perjury
82 prelate
82 priestly
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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liberty

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | does not do away with the liberty of ~choice. Whence, although 2 1, 59 | intellect. ~Yet it is true that liberty, in so far as the removal 3 1, 62 | Further, it belongs to the liberty of free-will for man to 4 1, 62 | to the perfection of its liberty for the ~free-will to be 5 1, 62 | it comes of the defect of liberty for it to ~choose anything 6 1, 62 | Hence there is greater liberty of will in the angels, who 7 1, 63 | ruin. In this ~view the liberty of free-will is more established; 8 1, 64 | obstinate in ~evil. For liberty of will belongs to the nature 9 1, 64 | we said above (A[1]). But liberty ~of will is directly and 10 1, 60 | intellect. ~Yet it is true that liberty, in so far as the removal 11 1, 63 | Further, it belongs to the liberty of free-will for man to 12 1, 63 | to the perfection of its liberty for the ~free-will to be 13 1, 63 | it comes of the defect of liberty for it to ~choose anything 14 1, 63 | Hence there is greater liberty of will in the angels, who 15 1, 64 | ruin. In this ~view the liberty of free-will is more established; 16 1, 65 | obstinate in ~evil. For liberty of will belongs to the nature 17 1, 65 | we said above (A[1]). But liberty ~of will is directly and 18 1, 81 | does not take away the ~liberty of the will," as he says 19 1, 82 | of necessity belong ~to liberty that what is free should 20 1, 82 | sin, not ~as to natural liberty, which is freedom from coercion, 21 1, 95 | subjection is opposed to liberty. But liberty is one of ~ 22 1, 95 | opposed to liberty. But liberty is one of ~the chief blessings, 23 1, 107 | means ~first "a certain liberty, free from servile condition 24 1, 108 | Dominations" ~imports a certain liberty; all of which are opposed 25 2, 17 | most free. ~But the root of liberty is especially in the will. 26 2, 17 | Reply OBJ 2: The root of liberty is the will as the subject 27 2, 17 | that reason is the root of ~liberty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 28 2, 26 | has a certain share of ~liberty, in so far as it obeys reason. 29 2, 93 | of the Lord is, there is liberty."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] A[ 30 2, 102 | was restored to his former liberty.~On the eighth day he was 31 2, 105 | ordered to be given his liberty: while ~for slaying, the 32 2, 108 | of the Lord is, there is liberty" (2 Cor. 3:17). Now ~there 33 2, 108 | 3:17). Now ~there is no liberty when man is bound to do 34 2, 108 | Gospel is called the ~"law of liberty" [*Cf. Reply OBJ[2]]: since 35 2, 108 | Law is called the law of liberty in two respects. ~First, 36 2, 108 | called "the law of perfect liberty" (James ~1:25).~Aquin.: 37 2, 108 | yet ~achieved the perfect liberty of the Spirit. These statutes 38 2, 108 | Because the time of perfect liberty ~was already at hand, when 39 2, 108 | Law, which ~is the law of liberty, counsels are added to the 40 2, 10 | their subjects, in favor of liberty. On the other hand, the ~ 41 2, 10 | cease, when a son is ~set at liberty; whereas the marriage bond 42 2, 18 | of ~the Lord is, there is liberty" (2 Cor. 3:17). Since then 43 2, 42 | of the Lord ~is, there is liberty" (2 Cor. 3:17). Now the 44 2, 42 | a precept is opposed to liberty, since it imposes a necessity. 45 2, 42 | precept is not opposed to liberty, ~except in one whose mind 46 2, 59 | democracy ~according to liberty, and in various ways according 47 2, 65 | accusers ~present, and have liberty to make his answer, to clear 48 2, 68 | such as a ~pleading for liberty and the like. If, however, 49 2, 86 | that God has given man is liberty ~whereof he seems to be 50 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 1: Even as one's liberty is not lessened by one being 51 2, 86 | good ~does not lessen the liberty, as instanced in God and 52 2, 102 | soul, which retains its liberty. ~Now, in this state of 53 2, 145 | subjection to one God." Now the liberty of the Christian ~people 54 2, 145 | brethren, have been called unto liberty; only make not liberty an ~ 55 2, 145 | unto liberty; only make not liberty an ~occasion to the flesh."~ 56 2, 145 | Ghost Who is the Spirit of liberty, wherefore this fasting 57 2, 172 | the people, ~as enjoying liberty, to have prophets to teach 58 2, 180 | life consists in a certain liberty of ~mind. For Gregory says ( 59 2, 181 | of the Lord is, ~there is liberty." Wherefore the same division 60 2, 184 | can lawfully give, is our ~liberty, which is dearer to man 61 2, 184 | deprives himself by vow of the liberty of abstaining ~from things 62 2, 185 | our religion calls men to liberty." ~Therefore it would seem 63 3, 8 | under the ~appearance of liberty, according to Jer. 2:20: " 64 3, 35 | came in order to restore liberty to His own. But He was born 65 3, 35 | of ~bondage to a state of liberty. And therefore, as He took 66 3, 35 | bondage for the sake of our liberty."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 67 3, 49 | captive should be set at ~liberty since they believed in Him 68 3, 51 | which seems contrary to liberty. Therefore it does ~not 69 3, 52 | bars' of hell, setting at liberty all the righteous who were 70 Suppl, 13| has a certain share of ~liberty, in so far as he is master 71 Suppl, 34| is ~incompatible with the liberty whereunto we are called 72 Suppl, 34| slavery is incompatible with liberty; for ~slavery consists in 73 Suppl, 39| of the Lord is, there is liberty" (2 ~Cor. 3:17).~Aquin.: 74 Suppl, 43| appended does not destroy the liberty ~of marriage; for if it 75 Suppl, 43| condition ~does not destroy the liberty of the betrothal, but gives 76 Suppl, 43| marriage does not ~lose its liberty. Sometimes, however, the 77 Suppl, 47| Further, power is opposed to liberty. But compulsion is allied 78 Suppl, 47| union is according to the liberty of love. Therefore it cannot 79 Suppl, 52| bondsman enjoy the same ~liberty to marry in the faith of 80 Suppl, 52| his master as not to be at liberty to eat, ~sleep, and do such 81 Suppl, 72| of corruption ~into the liberty of the glory of the children 82 Suppl, 88| of corruption, into the ~liberty of the children of God.


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