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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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civil

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | to God; although not in ~civil matters, but in such acts 2 1, 91 | which is ~called economic or civil, whereby the superior makes 3 2, 81 | first parents; even as in ~civil matters, all who are members 4 2, 95 | the "law of ~nations" and "civil law," according to the two 5 2, 95 | determination, belong to the civil law, according as ~each 6 2, 100 | law is ordained for the civil community, ~implying mutual 7 2, 10 | someone who, according to the civil law, can use them when he 8 2, 10 | death against the ~order of civil law: for instance, if a 9 2, 10 | are bondsmen of princes by civil bondage, which does ~not 10 2, 22 | communion, the latter on civil communion or on the comradeship 11 2, 25 | friendship ~is based: thus civil friendship regards chiefly 12 2, 30 | being against the positive civil law, which altogether forbids 13 2, 30 | profits. Since, however, a civil law does not bind all, but 14 2, 55 | right is either ~natural, or civil, or right of nations," and 15 2, 55 | as species distinct from civil right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 16 2, 57 | no man is punished by the civil law, except for having ~ 17 2, 64 | except that according to civil law the finder is ~bound 18 2, 66 | disgrace ~inflicted by the civil judge, as Gratian states ( 19 2, 67 | calumnies. Because, according to civil law (Cod. II, iv, De transact. ~ 20 2, 67 | what is unlawful, yet ~the civil law does not punish this 21 2, 75 | commutations of human life, civil laws determine that which ~ 22 2, 75 | rather to ~housekeepers or civil servants who have to provide 23 2, 76 | justice is determined by civil laws. ~Now civil law allows 24 2, 76 | determined by civil laws. ~Now civil law allows usury to be taken. 25 2, 76 | hindered. Hence it is that in civil law [*Inst. II, iv, de ~ 26 2, 76 | according to natural reason ~and civil law which are consumed by 27 2, 76 | does not carry with it a civil obligation, ~involving a 28 2, 86 | for ~a man to be under a civil obligation through a promise 29 2, 92 | images was held to belong to "civil theology," which was celebrated 30 2, 97 | capital sentence according to civil law [*Dig. xlviii, 13; ~ 31 2, 100 | the governor of a state in civil matters, ~the commander 32 2, 121 | both to warlike and to civil matters": and Tully (De 33 2, 121 | in battle rather than in ~civil life," says: "Although not 34 2, 121 | importance than the affairs of civil life, this opinion must ~ 35 2, 121 | there are many ~things in civil life that are more important 36 2, 121 | Reply OBJ 2: Personal and civil business is differentiated 37 2, 121 | wars. However, personal and civil ~affairs admit of dangers 38 2, 121 | and in matters relating to civil or home life. Hence he begins ~ 39 2, 121 | both to warlike and to ~civil matters."~Aquin.: SMT SS 40 2, 152 | which kind of rape even the civil law punishes more severely 41 2, 177 | life of "pleasure," the "civil" ~which would seem to be 42 2, 181 | forth. Wherefore ~in the civil law [*Dig. I, IX, De Senatoribus] ( 43 2, 181 | whether in spiritual or in civil matters.~Aquin.: SMT SS 44 2, 184 | Accordingly, just as in the ~civil law the transgression of 45 2, 185 | mendicant is punished by civil ~law, according to the law ( 46 2, 185 | by ~necessity to beg. The civil law imposes a penalty on 47 2, 187 | his creditor. According to civil law [*Cod. IV, x, de Oblig. 48 3, 8 | multitude is part of the civil ~multitude; and hence the 49 3, 8 | head above him, i.e. the civil governor. And hence there 50 3, 68 | body ~against the order of civil law: for instance, if a 51 3, 68 | are slaves of rulers by civil slavery, which does not ~ 52 3, 80 | some ~ecclesiastical or civil tribunal. Therefore Holy 53 3, 85 | calls this the politic or civil just, because all ~citizens 54 Suppl, 6 | Para. 2/2~Further, in a civil court the judge is distinct 55 Suppl, 19| Reply OBJ 3: Just as in civil matters the whole power 56 Suppl, 26| the same family, and the civil, composed of ~members of 57 Suppl, 26| the Church is like to a civil ~congregation, for the people 58 Suppl, 42| institution ~belongs to the civil law. Since, however, a sacrament 59 Suppl, 45| office of nature and of civil life, it ~follows that the 60 Suppl, 45| OBJ 2: Further, in other civil contracts, just as in matrimony, 61 Suppl, 50| office of ~society, by the civil law. Consequently a person 62 Suppl, 52| answer that, According to civil law (XIX, ff. De statu hom. 63 Suppl, 52| countries, however, where the civil law does not hold, the ~ 64 Suppl, 54| were controlled by the ~civil law, so now is marriage 65 Suppl, 54| Church. Now ~formerly the civil law decided which degrees 66 Suppl, 60| kills his wife. ~First, by a civil judgment; and thus there 67 Suppl, 60| lawful, neither according to ~civil law nor according to the 68 Suppl, 60| have of her adultery. The civil law however considers it, 69 Suppl, 60| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The civil law has not commissioned 70 Suppl, 60| such as a ~family; and the civil community, such as a city 71 Suppl, 66| penance or to perform some civil duty, or who is in any state


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