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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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penalty

   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | fault?~[*Pain here means "penalty": such was its original 2 1, 49 | and this requires that penalty should be dealt out to ~ 3 1, 49 | author of the evil which is penalty, but not ~of the evil which 4 1, 49 | passages refer to the evil of penalty, and not to the ~evil of 5 1, 49 | fault?~[*Pain here means "penalty": such was its original 6 1, 50 | and this requires that penalty should be dealt out to ~ 7 1, 50 | author of the evil which is penalty, but not ~of the evil which 8 1, 50 | passages refer to the evil of penalty, and not to the ~evil of 9 1, 95 | subjection to others as a penalty.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 10 1, 95 | came into the world as a penalty for sin would not ~have 11 1, 95 | made subject to man ~as a penalty; for after sin it was said 12 1, 107 | are transferred to the ~penalty of demons; but some erroneously 13 2, 91 | led, in so far as it ~is a penalty following from the Divine 14 2, 100 | of the law, for which the penalty ~of the law is inflicted. 15 2, 100 | of penalties; since the penalty of the law ~is inflicted 16 2, 100 | because he did not incur the penalty of death, which the ~Law 17 2, 105 | prescribed the "death" ~penalty, as is clear from (Lev. 18 2, 105 | Law inflicted a heavier penalty, by ~ordering four sheep 19 2, 105 | wherefore a yet more ~heavy penalty was inflicted in their regard, 20 2, 105 | Law inflicted the death penalty for the more ~grievous crimes, 21 2, 105 | certain, the Law fixed a penalty: for maiming, the penalty 22 2, 105 | penalty: for maiming, the penalty was ~forfeiture of the servant, 23 2, 105 | the Law did not impose any penalty as regards a man's own ~ 24 2, 105 | subject to a ~pecuniary penalty is set down as being "because 25 2, 60 | he is ~bound to pay the penalty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 26 2, 62 | unintentional homicide. Now penalty is not due ~save for guilt. 27 2, 62 | According to the canons a penalty, is inflicted on those ~ 28 2, 65 | arbitrator should be upheld by a penalty, since the ~arbitrators 29 2, 68 | unjust ~death or any other penalty, or from false defamation, 30 2, 68 | of some fault. For it a penalty on some that their ~evidence 31 2, 68 | branded with ~infamy. Now a penalty must not be inflicted save 32 2, 74 | whom he condemns to a just penalty: thus too the ~Church curses 33 2, 152 | is bound by the Law to a penalty in his regard. For it is 34 2, 185 | The civil law imposes a penalty on able-bodied ~mendicants 35 3, 1 | corporeal, ~and subject to penalty, but it did not become Him 36 3, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, penalty is the consequence of fault. 37 3, 46 | cannot pardon fault ~without penalty, if he must visit fault 38 3, 46 | namely, because of the penalty of sin. "Nor is there greater ~ 39 3, 46 | merely ~on account of the penalty, but also because of the 40 3, 46 | man grieves only for the penalty: yet this pain is more ~ 41 3, 47 | would ~not remit sin without penalty: and the Apostle indicates 42 3, 47 | shines forth, since by no penalty endured could man pay Him ~ 43 3, 47 | he had seen, will pay the penalty for daring to lay ~his hands 44 3, 48 | someone else from sin and its penalty, ~according to Dan. 4:24: " 45 3, 48 | perpetrated. But as to the penalty, man was chiefly bound to ~ 46 3, 48 | bondage as to both sin and penalty, still it was just that 47 3, 48 | ordaining it as to the ~penalty. And therefore justice required 48 3, 49 | satisfaction, much lighter penalty suffices than one that is ~ 49 3, 49 | punishment, for which He paid the penalty on our behalf; but, ~furthermore, 50 3, 50 | to submit oneself to the penalty ~deserved by that other. 51 3, 50 | of sin - that is, to its penalty - He might set us the example ~ 52 3, 51 | to free us from the same ~penalty.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 53 3, 52 | delivered us from both guilt and penalty by His Passion which He 54 3, 52 | because He came to bear our penalty in order to free us from ~ 55 3, 52 | in order to free us from ~penalty, according to Is. 53:4: " 56 3, 52 | hell stands for an evil of penalty, and not for ~an evil of 57 3, 52 | also from the ~debt of its penalty, as stated above (Q[49], 58 3, 52 | in Rm. 5 of which sin the penalty is the death of the body 59 3, 52 | delivered the saints from the penalty ~whereby they were excluded 60 3, 52 | in Christ; also from the ~penalty of actual sins, but not 61 3, 52 | actual sins, but not from the penalty of original sin, whereby ~ 62 3, 52 | delivered by baptism from the ~penalty of actual sins, and from 63 3, 52 | actual sins, and from the penalty of original sin as to ~exclusion 64 3, 52 | still remain bound by the penalty of original ~sin as to the 65 3, 55 | all. For just as a public penalty is due for public sin, ~ 66 3, 69 | sovereign may ~remit the penalty to such like out of kindness.~ 67 Suppl, 23| Further, the measure of the penalty should be according to the 68 Suppl, 43| a sum of money by way of penalty, and then, since marriage ~ 69 Suppl, 43| not hold, nor can such a penalty be ~exacted from a person 70 Suppl, 43| punished for being under a penalty. ~Now the man who contracts 71 Suppl, 43| punished for being under a penalty, although one ~incurs a 72 Suppl, 43| incurs a loss from one's penalty, and this is not unreasonable.~ 73 Suppl, 63| Further, no one incurs a penalty save for sin. Now a person ~ 74 Suppl, 63| Now a person ~incurs the penalty of irregularity on account 75 Suppl, 89| FS, Q[85], A[3]]. Now all penalty will be removed from the 76 Suppl, 89| sense ignorance is not a penalty but a defect. ~Nor is it 77 Suppl, 96| punished with a momentary penalty even according to human 78 Suppl, 96| perishable city by the ~penalty of the first death, so are


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