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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contracts

   Part, Question
1 1, 109 | work ~miracles by private contracts; good Christians by public 2 1, 109 | to be done ~by "private contracts," forasmuch as every power 3 1, 116 | as a new and clear mirror contracts a tarnish from the look 4 2, 73 | that for this reason man ~contracts all vices of sins - first, 5 2, 81 | from him. Therefore no one contracts any ~sin from one of his 6 2, 100 | justice," which is about contracts connected with ~the human 7 2, 104 | matters, but also voluntary contracts ~which are concluded between 8 2, 75 | particular benefit. Therefore, in contracts of buying and selling, it 9 2, 75 | says (De Offic. ~iii, 15): "Contracts should be entirely free 10 2, 75 | another, and consequently all contracts between them ~should observe 11 2, 75 | Offic. iii, 10): "In all contracts the ~defects of the salable 12 2, 98 | kinds of ~non-gratuitous contracts. Wherefore it is impossible 13 2, 98 | Wherefore just as a man contracts ~the guilt of simony by 14 2, 152 | woman, by vowing continence, contracts a spiritual ~marriage with 15 2, 187 | among ~men of good faith contracts are wont to be absolutely 16 3, 52 | which each one in his origin contracts from our first parent, ~ 17 3, 66 | whatever is washed with ~them, contracts a certain smell therefrom; 18 3, 69 | by carnal generation man contracts none but original sin. Therefore 19 Suppl, 2 | fellowship with sinners, a man contracts a stain by ~consenting to 20 Suppl, 43| penalty. ~Now the man who contracts an infirmity would be punished 21 Suppl, 43| of the ~affianced spouses contracts with another party by words 22 Suppl, 45| the joinings of ~material contracts are effected by mutual consent, 23 Suppl, 45| as the bond in material contracts. And since material ~contracts 24 Suppl, 45| contracts. And since material ~contracts are not feasible unless 25 Suppl, 45| the same way as ~material contracts, in order that it be binding, 26 Suppl, 45| Further, in other civil contracts, just as in matrimony, a ~ 27 Suppl, 45| expressing consent. Now in ~other contracts it matters not whether the 28 Suppl, 45| by the religious vow man contracts a spiritual marriage ~with 29 Suppl, 45| Reply OBJ 2: Even in other contracts, a man who uses words referring 30 Suppl, 47| compelled ~in the matter of contracts; for which reason the law 31 Suppl, 47| On the contrary, In other contracts an obligation is undertaken ~ 32 Suppl, 48| Church intends, ~nevertheless contracts a valid marriage.~Aquin.: 33 Suppl, 51| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: In contracts money is regarded as the 34 Suppl, 53| He who takes a solemn vow contracts a spiritual ~marriage with 35 Suppl, 54| because just as human ~contracts and offices are controlled 36 Suppl, 54| laws, so are spiritual ~contracts and offices controlled by 37 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~Whether a person contracts affinity through the marriage 38 Suppl, 55| with his blood-relation ~contracts affinity with himself, since 39 Suppl, 55| one another. But the wife contracts the same relations with 40 Suppl, 55| consequently a married party contracts with the affines of the 41 Suppl, 55| person through marriage ~contracts relationship with an affine 42 Suppl, 55| 1~Reply OBJ 1: A husband contracts affinity of the first kind 43 Suppl, 55| first kind of affinity, contracts affinity of the second kind ~ 44 Suppl, 55| with B, this man's wife contracts ~affinity of the third kind 45 Suppl, 55| 2~Reply OBJ 3: The wife contracts the same connection with 46 Suppl, 56| his own child, for then he contracts a ~spiritual relationship 47 Suppl, 56| candidate for Confirmation contracts spiritual relationship.~ 48 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: He contracts spiritual relationship not 49 Suppl, 56| wife's child, for then she contracts spiritual ~relationship 50 Suppl, 57| adoption?~(2) Whether one contracts through it a tie that is 51 Suppl, 58| wherefore just as in other contracts, ~the bond is unfitting 52 Suppl, 58| 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: In all contracts it is agreed on all hands 53 Suppl, 58| the party with whom he contracts knows of this or not. Secondly, 54 Suppl, 58| the party with whom he ~contracts knows of this and, notwithstanding, 55 Suppl, 58| persons are not fit for making contracts. But marriage is a ~contract. 56 Suppl, 58| knowing his wife's sister he contracts affinity, ~with his wife. 57 Suppl, 58| positive law like other contracts. Consequently ~according 58 Suppl, 61| Whom, however, a person contracts more ~obligations in one 59 Suppl, 65| another. Now when a man contracts with a wife, he gives her 60 Suppl, 66| because the act of ~one who contracts marriage terminates not 61 Suppl, 72| which is given to our use contracts from men's ~sins a certain


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