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justitia 1
justitiae 1
justly 74
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74 justly
74 lights
74 omnipotence
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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justly

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | according to His ~will He does justly: as we do justly what we 2 1, 21 | He does justly: as we do justly what we do according to 3 1, 88 | do just things, ~but not justly, that is, pleasurably, causes 4 1, 102 | Further, a king does not justly punish those who do not 5 1, 102 | commands, no one would be justly punished by God.~Aquin.: 6 1, 102 | state. ~Therefore they are justly punished by God.~Aquin.: 7 2, 21 | Him? . . . And if thou do justly, what shalt thou give Him?" ~ 8 2, 47 | some one and ~are suffering justly on that account; because 9 2, 56 | but also makes him act justly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[56] A[ 10 2, 71 | On the contrary, A man is justly punished for a vicious act; 11 2, 97 | law, ~however just, may be justly changed in course of time."~ 12 2, 99 | or rewards certain ones ~justly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 13 2, 100 | justice should be done ~justly, that deeds of fortitude 14 2, 100 | that ~"thou shalt follow justly after that which is just." 15 2, 106 | whom it is withheld it ~is justly withheld, and to whom it 16 2, 108 | injury of ~which he might justly seek to be avenged. In this 17 2, 114 | Job ~35:7): "If thou do justly, what shalt thou give Him, 18 2, 114 | fall. For what a man may justly ask of God, he may justly 19 2, 114 | justly ask of God, he may justly merit. Now ~nothing may 20 2, 114 | merit. Now ~nothing may more justly be besought of God than 21 2, 2 | whom it is ~withheld it is justly withheld, as a punishment 22 2, 10 | dominion or authority can be justly done away ~with by the sentence 23 2, 18 | through being inflicted on us justly; although originally ~this 24 2, 38 | OBJ 3: Those who wage war justly aim at peace, and so they 25 2, 38 | help to those who fight justly, by exhorting ~and absolving 26 2, 38 | 20): "Thou shalt follow justly after that which is ~just." 27 2, 59 | of works, as when a man justly exacts a work of ~another, 28 2, 60 | however, it be ~taken away justly, there will be equality, 29 2, 60 | saying what is true, and this justly, as when a man ~reveals 30 2, 60 | obtaining a ~benefice. First, justly: for instance, if having 31 2, 60 | bound ~to give. Now a judge justly deprives a thief of more 32 2, 60 | 3: By condemning the man justly, the judge can exact more 33 2, 62 | the case of a judge who justly condemns a man ~to death. 34 2, 63 | of justice. Again, no man justly ~punishes another, except 35 2, 64 | you do ~not possess them justly, and according to the laws 36 2, 65 | inquiry:~(1) Whether a man can justly judge one who is not his 37 2, 65 | 3) Whether a judge can justly sentence a man who is not 38 2, 65 | accused? ~(4) Whether he can justly remit the punishment?~Aquin.: 39 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man can justly judge one who is not subject 40 2, 65 | would seem that a man can justly judge one who is not subject ~ 41 2, 65 | or the ~like, he may be justly condemned by the ordinary.~ 42 2, 67 | whereby he is obliged to judge justly. Hence it is lawful for ~ 43 2, 67 | judges would fail to judge justly so many times.~Aquin.: SMT 44 2, 67 | death in two ways. First ~justly, and then it is not lawful 45 2, 69 | I answer that, A man may justly receive payment for granting 46 2, 75 | need: but the latter is justly deserving of blame, ~because, 47 2, 93 | thou couldst not act more justly than ~in choosing by lot 48 2, 128 | without virtue, neither ~justly deem themselves worthy of 49 2, 140 | that ~"intemperance is justly more deserving of reproach 50 2, 147 | should live soberly and justly and ~godly," where a gloss 51 2, 166 | moderation do ~not sin but act justly, by rewarding them for their 52 2, 187 | obligation that can be justly canceled. Now if any persons 53 3, 1 | predestination secretly yet justly. Therefore let us ~unshrinkingly 54 3, 19 | from another; nor can we justly affirm ~that because there 55 3, 36 | should live soberly, and ~justly, and godly in this world." 56 3, 44 | Further, punishment is not justly inflicted save for fault. 57 3, 46 | account of sin, man was justly left by God under the devil' 58 3, 49 | sanction, but because he ~was justly permitted to injure men 59 3, 89 | fault, since at times a man justly forfeits through his own 60 Suppl, 21| union, since no ~man can be justly excommunicated except for 61 Suppl, 21| excommunicated suffers ~justly, even if the author act 62 Suppl, 36| that "man should follow ~justly after that which is just." 63 Suppl, 62| since the divorce has been justly ~pronounced. Therefore she 64 Suppl, 62| divorce has been granted justly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 65 Suppl, 72| act ~unjustly, but they justly judge and try their deeds. 66 Suppl, 85| given that He ~may judge justly, since He was judged unjustly 67 Suppl, 86| make it clear that they are justly banished from the city of 68 Suppl, 87| that thou mayest judge justly," according ~to the gloss. 69 Suppl, 87| will," says: "He will judge justly in ~the form wherein He 70 Suppl, 87| weakness: so as to show how justly those ~were condemned who 71 Suppl, 96| the saints why some are justly ~condemned to everlasting 72 Appen1, 1| have only original sin are justly subject to many sensible 73 Appen1, 1| since their ~punishment is justly inflicted by God, that their 74 Appen1, 2| and yet the judge acts justly in ~condemning both for


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