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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 2, 69 | man who ~not only dines at court, but also sees the king' 2 2, 74 | belongs to the ~supreme court, even as we see that in 3 2, 74 | delivers judgment in a lower court: although the higher reason 4 2, 74 | the judgment ~of the lower court, is subject also to the 5 2, 74 | the judgment of the higher court, ~but not conversely.~Aquin.: 6 2, 96 | has no jurisdiction in a court of higher power. But the ~ 7 2, 96 | its precept in a Divine court, such as ~is the court of 8 2, 96 | Divine court, such as ~is the court of conscience.~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 102 | which was eaten in ~the court only, and on the very day 10 2, 102 | east. Moreover there was a court facing the ~tabernacle. 11 2, 102 | were only ~admitted to the court; because the people were 12 2, 102 | which were offered in the court: whereas the priests ~were 13 2, 102 | tabernacle was divided from the court by a ~veil; because some 14 2, 102 | R.O. 6 Para. 4/5~In the court outside the tabernacle was 15 2, 102 | could be present in the court. But the priests ~alone, 16 2, 102 | the tabernacle and in ~the court, to the exclusion of idolatrous 17 2, 105 | from a lower to a higher court either by ~appeal or by 18 2, 106 | Moreover, this puts out of court the ~senseless idea that 19 2, 36 | reverse. But when, whether in ~court or in a disputation, it 20 2, 41 | recovering ~temporal goods is the court of justice. But it is unlawful 21 2, 50 | debate of the ~heavenly Court, the guardian of that nation 22 2, 55 | In ~English we speak of a court of law, a barrister at law, 23 2, 59 | by being ~accused in a court of law, or by public insult. 24 2, 61 | election be not rebutted in a court of ~law, it suffices to 25 2, 64 | by the sentence of the court. Hence still less was it 26 2, 65 | BY WORDS UTILIZED IN A COURT OF LAW (QQ[67]-71)~OF THE 27 2, 65 | is tried in this or that court according to his kind of ~ 28 2, 65 | evidence is required in a court of law, ~is that the judge 29 2, 65 | is alleged ~and proved in court. Therefore a judge ought 30 2, 67 | to confess ~the truth in court, he would lay bare his guilt 31 2, 67 | mortally if he tell a lie in court.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 32 2, 67 | accused denies ~the truth in court, in order to escape death, 33 2, 67 | and when a man lies in court in order to exculpate ~himself, 34 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 3: He who lies in court by denying his guilt, acts 35 2, 68 | for proving the truth in court.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 36 2, 69 | should plead in a secular court, because such ~persons are 37 2, 69 | man whose ~attendance in a court of justice would be unbecoming) 38 2, 82 | ye the Lord in His holy court," says: "We pass from these 39 2, 82 | from these courts into ~the court where we adore His majesty." 40 2, 87 | can, however, seek in a court of justice to recover what 41 2, 96 | declared by ~sentence in a court of law, it does not follow 42 2, 107 | gives true evidence in a court of justice. This truth is 43 2, 122 | it is not praiseworthy to court martyrdom, rather would 44 2, 187 | his cure. However, in the court of conscience one ~ought 45 3, 36 | or because they wished to court favor with ~Herod, whom 46 Suppl, 6 | 2/2~Further, in a civil court the judge is distinct from 47 Suppl, 6 | the judge to confess in a court of law, for then the ~sinner 48 Suppl, 6 | confession should be made in any ~court. But some have no judge 49 Suppl, 6 | 2~Further, in the public court of justice, no one should 50 Suppl, 7 | a ~confession made in a court of justice belongs to the 51 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 2: Further, in every court of justice confession is 52 Suppl, 8 | but a judge. But, in the court of conscience, the judge 53 Suppl, 8 | himself, but not in the court of external ~judgment: wherefore 54 Suppl, 9 | regards the ~nature of the court wherein the hidden affairs 55 Suppl, 11| as he can, ~in the same court: thus as to the case in 56 Suppl, 19| jurisdiction" ~in the external court, wherefore even those who 57 Suppl, 20| judgment of an external court. Now in the external court 58 Suppl, 20| court. Now in the external court an inferior ~cannot excommunicate 59 Suppl, 20| do so in the penitential court.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[20] A[ 60 Suppl, 21| obey the decision of the court. For then, ~if, after due 61 Suppl, 22| jurisdiction in a contentious court, can excommunicate.~Aquin.: 62 Suppl, 25| remission is granted in the court of ~the Church holds good 63 Suppl, 25| Church holds good in the court of God. Moreover the Church 64 Suppl, 25| good both in the ~Church's court and in the judgment of God, 65 Suppl, 43| compelled by sentence of the court, because compulsory marriages 66 Suppl, 46| controversy"; wherefore in a court ~of justice at any rate 67 Suppl, 60| his wife before ~a secular court, and demand that she receive 68 Suppl, 60| made in an ~ecclesiastical court, because, as stated in the 69 Suppl, 60| without her being convicted in court, and thus to kill ~her outside 70 Suppl, 60| be inflicted by a secular court. Therefore in no case is 71 Suppl, 62| which the ~sentence of the court has to be pronounced.~Aquin.: 72 Suppl, 62| be punished in a secular ~court, and then it is necessary 73 Suppl, 62| to prove ~his adultery in court. Much less, therefore, is 74 Suppl, 68| natural son to the ~emperor's court, for by this very fact the 75 Suppl, 68| of the reputation of the court; (2) if the father designate 76 Suppl, 72| prayers of the whole heavenly court, if they could ~obtain anything, 77 Suppl, 72| into the debate of the ~court above, the ruling spirit 78 Suppl, 84| pronounced, even as in the human court of law we make use of ~records. 79 Suppl, 85| was judged unjustly in the court of Pilate, ~and bore the


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