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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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binds

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | immutable source of providence binds together human acts and 2 1, 66 | powerful than the link that binds you together." But this 3 1, 67 | powerful than the link that binds you together." But this 4 2, 19 | 5) Whether erring reason binds?~(6) Whether the will is 5 2, 19 | whether an erring ~conscience binds." On this matter, some distinguished 6 2, 19 | commanding or by forbidding them, binds: so that the will which 7 2, 19 | whether an erring conscience binds"; so this question is the 8 2, 71 | affirmative precept ~which binds always, but not for always. 9 2, 71 | the affirmative precept binds him to act.~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 90 | ligare" [to bind], because it binds one to act. Now the rule 11 2, 96 | of virtue?~(4) Whether it binds man in conscience?~(5) Whether 12 2, 96 | Para. 1/1~Whether human law binds a man in conscience?~Aquin.: 13 2, 100 | affirmative ~precept that binds one to act from charity, 14 2, 102 | both smells sweetly and ~binds easily together.~Aquin.: 15 2, 18 | her husband to whom she binds herself in ~the union of 16 2, 29 | particular case. Hence charity binds us, though not ~actually 17 2, 30 | whatever is a matter of precept binds the transgressor ~at some 18 2, 31 | 3) Whether this precept binds all, or only superiors?~( 19 2, 31 | 4) Whether this precept binds the subject to correct his 20 2, 41 | love for our neighbor which binds each one to be ~solicitous 21 2, 81 | Chrysostom]: "Necessity binds us to pray for ourselves, ~ 22 2, 86 | the mind, whereby a man binds ~himself before God to do 23 2, 86 | particular ~thing. Now one man binds himself to another by means 24 2, 86 | already in as far as he ~binds himself to give it: even 25 2, 86 | himself as it ~were, and binds himself to do something 26 2, 86 | vow, namely, when a person binds himself by vow to ~the perpetual 27 2, 86 | renounces the world and ~binds himself wholly to God's 28 2, 86 | 1~On the contrary, A vow binds one to do something, even 29 2, 87 | 1~On the contrary, A vow binds one to God while an oath 30 2, 87 | while an oath sometimes binds one to man. Now one is more 31 2, 87 | fidelity we owe God, which binds us to fulfil our ~promises 32 2, 87 | reverence we owe Him which binds us to make true what we 33 2, 88 | confirmation of his ~promise, binds himself to do what he has 34 2, 112 | legal debt, which the law binds him to pay, ~or by some 35 2, 121 | soul must be ~that which binds the will firmly to the good 36 2, 150 | precept of natural law which ~binds man to eat must needs be 37 2, 182 | perfection," because it binds, as it were, ~all the other 38 2, 182 | grace, except when a man ~binds himself to things pertaining 39 2, 183 | that for love of God a man binds himself to work for the 40 2, 183 | perpetual vow, by which a man binds himself to the care ~of 41 2, 183 | supererogation, unless he ~binds himself specially thereto 42 2, 184 | Now the religious vow binds a man to things belonging ~ 43 2, 184 | omission of other things binds only under pain of venial ~ 44 2, 187 | or a religious, but only binds him to enter ~religion, 45 2, 187 | Hence it follows that he who binds himself ~to enter religion 46 2, 187 | for the reason that it ~binds a man to remain in religion 47 2, 187 | simple vow ~whereby a man binds himself to enter religion. 48 2, 187 | given to understand that she binds ~herself by vow, so far 49 Suppl, 4 | guilt and ~punishment, He binds him with a chain of eternal 50 Suppl, 6 | negative precept, which binds always and for ~always, 51 Suppl, 6 | affirmative precept, which ~binds always, but not for always, 52 Suppl, 7 | satisfaction for his sins, and binds him to ~perform the penance 53 Suppl, 18| which he remits, while he binds as to the punishment which ~ 54 Suppl, 18| punishment, and thus he binds to punishment by ~imposing 55 Suppl, 18| punishment to which the priest binds ~the penitent, is the medicine 56 Suppl, 18| Even the Passion of Christ binds us to some punishment ~whereby 57 Suppl, 25| absolves us from sin He binds us to temporal ~punishment, 58 Suppl, 46| consent with an oath, a man binds himself to another ~woman 59 Suppl, 52| wherefore if one who thus binds ~himself is unable to pay 60 Suppl, 52| of the party to whom he binds himself, voids the contract. 61 Suppl, 52| the act to which ~marriage binds one party in relation to 62 Suppl, 52| burden under which a man binds himself to the Divine ~service 63 Suppl, 52| religion or receives orders binds himself ~to works that are 64 Suppl, 52| natural works to which a man binds himself ~by marriage. Hence 65 Suppl, 53| marriage, ~since the latter binds man to man, but the former 66 Suppl, 53| man to man, but the former binds man to God. ~Therefore the 67 Suppl, 53| this respect a simple vow binds in the same way as a betrothal; 68 Suppl, 53| general, since ~a solemn vow binds to certain things to which 69 Suppl, 53| the manner in ~which it binds, in so far as it is an actual 70 Suppl, 53| ecclesiastical benefice binds a man to the exercise of 71 Suppl, 53| receiving a sacred order, binds herself never ~to marry 72 Suppl, 55| consanguinity. Now consanguinity ~binds persons together for all 73 Suppl, 55| inscription* ~whereby a man binds himself to suffer the punishment 74 Suppl, 58| impossible. Now in marriage man ~binds himself to carnal copulation; 75 Suppl, 59| perfect and consequently ~binds more firmly. Now the firmer 76 Suppl, 62| A[7]], whereby a person binds himself under the pain of ~ 77 Suppl, 62| to precede, whereby he ~binds himself under pain of retaliation 78 Suppl, 64| affirmative precept that binds us to pray, and ~therefore 79 Suppl, 65| Now this obligation which binds the female and ~her mate


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