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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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thief

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1 1, 79 | when "we hate every kind of thief." In the same way by the ~ 2 2, 18 | speaking, more adulterer than thief."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 3 2, 19 | good will, in willing a thief to be put to death, ~because 4 2, 19 | will of another - e.g. the thief's wife ~or son, who wishes 5 2, 19 | therefore he wishes the thief's death, which has the aspect 6 2, 19 | common estate; whereas the thief's wife has to consider the 7 2, 19 | wishes her husband, the thief, not to be put to death. 8 2, 29 | for everybody hates the thief and the backbiter."~Aquin.: 9 2, 55 | for we speak of a perfect thief or robber; ~and of a good 10 2, 55 | or robber; ~and of a good thief or robber, as the Philosopher 11 2, 72 | neighbor, as appears in the thief and murderer. ~Now the things 12 2, 73 | another, e.g. a murderer or a ~thief. In this case the quantity 13 2, 87 | for others: thus when a thief is hanged, this is not ~ 14 2, 88 | when a judge condemns a thief to death. Much more therefore 15 2, 88 | the judge who sentences a ~thief to death, or the soldier 16 2, 105 | written ~(Ex. 22:1) that the thief "shall restore five oxen 17 2, 105 | Indemnity," as when a thief was ~condemned to make restitution 18 2, 105 | easily be ~safeguarded from a thief, the thief restored only 19 2, 105 | safeguarded from a thief, the thief restored only twice their 20 2, 105 | easily safeguarded from a thief, because they graze in ~ 21 2, 105 | were discovered in the thief's possession: because in 22 2, 105 | and incest. In the case of thief of other things it inflicted 23 2, 105 | Secondly, in the case of a thief, who had not wherewith to 24 2, 11 | that he may ~steal, is a thief rather than an adulterer." 25 2, 43 | of a good or a ~perfect thief, as the Philosopher observes ( 26 2, 60 | Divine law. Therefore a thief is bound to restore ~four- 27 2, 60 | judge justly deprives a thief of more than the amount 28 2, 60 | robbery: ~in which case the thief is bound to restitution 29 2, 60 | death, were he to betray a thief, or withstand him. ~Therefore 30 2, 60 | betraying or ~withstanding a thief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 31 2, 60 | that fails to denounce a thief or does not withstand or ~ 32 2, 62 | written (Ex. 22:2): "If a thief be found ~breaking into 33 2, 64 | says (Etym. x): "'Fur' [thief] is derived from ~'furvus' 34 2, 64 | the thing stolen is the thief's, not simply, but as regards 35 2, 64 | his own power, ~but the thief, by cunning.~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 64 | or fraud committed by the thief, ~by laying hands on another' 37 2, 64 | of the earth; for every ~thief shall be judged as is there 38 2, 64 | text ~goes on to say of the thief that "if he be taken, he 39 2, 65 | banish Judas, who was ~a thief, yet was not accused."~Aquin.: 40 2, 70 | one man calls ~another a thief, he not only taunts but 41 2, 90 | thus we speak of a good thief - so too sometimes the names 42 2, 109 | dissimulator, is a covetous thief: for through desire of being ~ 43 2, 122 | suffer as a murderer, or a ~thief, or a railer, or a coveter 44 2, 179 | that he may steal, is a thief rather ~than an adulterer," 45 3, 46 | denoted by the faith of the thief on the right; while others 46 3, 46 | Joan.) that "to convert the thief upon ~the cross, and lead 47 3, 52 | on ~the cross said to the thief: "This day thou shalt be 48 3, 52 | glory. Accordingly, the thief descended ~locally into 49 3, 59 | for our Lord said to the thief on the cross (Lk. 23:43): " 50 3, 66 | considerable reason from the thief to whom, ~though not baptized, 51 3, 69 | after Baptism, to hang a thief who had committed murder 52 3, 88 | adultery in order to steal is a thief rather than an ~adulterer."~ 53 Suppl, 5 | an example of this in the thief, to whom it was said ~(Lk. 54 Suppl, 60| does not sin by killing the thief condemned to death: but ~ 55 Suppl, 72| the Lord shall come as a thief in the night." Therefore 56 Suppl, 72| Lord is said to come as a thief, because the ~exact time 57 Suppl, 74| compared to the coming of a thief ~into the house (Lk. 12: 58 Suppl, 74| Lk. 12:39,40). But the thief comes to the house at ~night-time. 59 Suppl, 77| Now the member of which a thief ~has been deprived for theft, 60 Suppl, 85| Lord shall so ~come as a thief in the night." Therefore 61 Suppl, 85| seemingly, as the coming of a ~thief in the night is altogether


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