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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 80 | pleasant, which reason forbids, or unpleasant, which reason 2 1, 82 | desiring what the reason forbids. This is therefore the good 3 2, 18 | reason: for instance, reason forbids damage to be done ~to a 4 2, 19 | prescribes what is good and forbids what is ~evil. On the other 5 2, 50 | intellect. Wherefore nothing forbids habit to be in the "possible" ~ 6 2, 61 | human affairs when necessity forbids is wicked; ~otherwise it 7 2, 71 | retain or obtain what justice forbids." Now will is comprised 8 2, 73 | forbidding concupiscence, it forbids all evils." Now the ~greater 9 2, 76 | perfecting the reason that forbids the act of sin, in so far 10 2, 77 | forbidding concupiscence, it ~forbids all evils," the reason for 11 2, 88 | neither does what the law ~forbids, nor omits what the law 12 2, 88 | opposed to justice which ~forbids one to take what belongs 13 2, 92 | demand his reward'": or forbids ~something, as: "No man 14 2, 92 | respect of these the law forbids. Some acts are generically ~ 15 2, 96 | acts of ~virtue. But it forbids certain acts of each vice, 16 2, 100 | distinct ~precepts, that which forbids the coveting of another' 17 2, 100 | commandment of the decalogue forbids the ~worship of strange 18 2, 100 | The second commandment forbids perjury. To this is added 19 2, 100 | fifth commandment, which forbids murder, is added the prohibition 20 2, 100 | sixth commandment which ~forbids adultery, is added the prohibition 21 2, 10 | therefore, the Church forbids the faithful to communicate 22 2, 10 | punishment, the ~Church forbids the faithful to communicate 23 2, 10 | so the Church altogether forbids unbelievers to acquire dominion 24 2, 12 | prohibiting greater crimes he forbids lesser sins": and yet among ~ 25 2, 30 | civil law, which altogether forbids any such ~profits. Since, 26 2, 40 | the contrary, The Apostle forbids seditions together with 27 2, 53 | future time. Hence Our Lord forbids such like excessive solicitude, ~ 28 2, 55 | because they are ~good, and forbids others, because they are 29 2, 58 | In these words our Lord forbids rash judgment which is ~ 30 2, 58 | Monte ii, 18). Or else He forbids judgment about ~Divine things, 31 2, 58 | John of the Cross], He forbids the ~judgment which proceeds 32 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle forbids cursing strictly so called 33 2, 76 | unspotted," because, to wit, it forbids sin. Now usury of a kind 34 2, 81 | John Chrysostom], "Our Lord forbids one to pray ~in presence 35 2, 102 | remarks (Moral. xxxv), "he who forbids his subjects any ~single 36 2, 106 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord forbids the uprooting of the cockle, 37 2, 114 | forbidding concupiscence, it forbids all evil."~Aquin.: SMT SS 38 2, 116 | forbidding concupiscence, it forbids all ~evil." Now the law 39 2, 120 | that "the first ~precept forbids the sin of superstition." 40 2, 120 | a creature," so that it forbids an error against faith. ~ 41 2, 120 | the ~second precept, which forbids perjury that pertains to 42 2, 120 | Comment. iv): "The Law forbids, not to heal man on the ~ 43 2, 134 | unjust injury, which justice ~forbids. Now that which removes 44 2, 153 | them, although his reason forbids. Hence continence must needs ~ 45 2, 167 | other men": and the Apostle forbids this. Cyprian is ~speaking 46 2, 185 | of the Council of Nicea forbids monks ~to claim the power 47 2, 185 | the ~Apostle (1 Tim. 5:16) forbids those widows who have other 48 2, 185 | forbid anyone to ~beg, but it forbids the rich to be so stingy 49 3, 25 | Reply OBJ 2: The Apostle forbids us to have anything in common 50 3, 40 | hallowing of ~the Sabbath forbids not Divine work, but human 51 3, 80 | time a sense of decency forbids Communion on two accounts. ~ 52 3, 82 | sick: The synod therefore forbids such ~presumption to continue; 53 3, 89 | If the law of the Church forbids anyone, after doing penance 54 Suppl, 6 | does not favor delay, but forbids the neglect involved in 55 Suppl, 23| Church. But the Church forbids anyone to hold communion 56 Suppl, 55| justice of public honesty forbids the wives of two ~cousins 57 Suppl, 56| sacred font, since no law forbids it. If therefore spiritual 58 Suppl, 57| The Divine law especially forbids marriage between those ~ 59 Suppl, 60| marriage. Sometimes however it forbids the contracting of marriage ~ 60 Suppl, 65| justice. Now the natural law forbids ~not only injustice, but 61 Suppl, 95| because He punishes and ~forbids what is agreeable to their


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