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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 21 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4) calls ~commutative justice, that directs exchange 2 2, 60 | of another species from commutative justice; but ~about this 3 2, 59 | justice, i.e. distributive and commutative ~justice; (2) the quasi-integral 4 2, 59 | would seem to be an act of commutative justice, we must ~consider ( 5 2, 59 | the distinction between commutative and distributive ~justice; ( 6 2, 59 | viz. distributive and ~commutative?~(2) Whether in either case 7 2, 59 | suitably assigned, viz. commutative ~and distributive?~Aquin.: 8 2, 59 | assigned, viz. distributive and commutative. That which is hurtful to 9 2, 59 | species of a ~virtue. Now commutative justice consists in rendering 10 2, 59 | This ~order is directed by commutative justice, which is concerned 11 2, 59 | justice, ~distributive and commutative.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[61] A[ 12 2, 59 | OBJ 5: Distributive and commutative justice differ not only 13 2, 59 | way in distributive as in ~commutative justice?~Aquin.: SMT SS 14 2, 59 | observed in the same way as in commutative justice. For each of these 15 2, 59 | in both ~distributive and commutative justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 16 2, 59 | are considered also in commutative justice, for instance, in 17 2, 59 | proportion," ~whereas in commutative justice it follows "arithmetical 18 2, 59 | wherein ~distributive and commutative justice agree: but in one 19 2, 59 | considered in itself, whereas in commutative justice it is considered 20 2, 59 | Therefore, if distributive and ~commutative justice have different matters, 21 2, 59 | another, and ~this belongs to commutative justice. Therefore the matters 22 2, 59 | matters of ~distributive and commutative justice are not distinct.~ 23 2, 59 | justice differs from that ~of commutative justice, for the reason 24 2, 59 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 2) reckons commutative justice as ~one species, 25 2, 59 | matter of distributive and commutative justice is the same, ~since 26 2, 59 | directs distributions, while commutative justice ~directs commutations 27 2, 59 | species of justice, namely commutative justice. And this suffices 28 2, 59 | the community; while in commutative ~justice it regards the 29 2, 59 | according to the requirements of commutative justice, namely ~that the 30 2, 59 | retaliation is in accordance with commutative justice: but there is no ~ 31 2, 59 | with the ~conditions of commutative justice, in so far as rewards 32 2, 59 | this is to be referred to commutative, not distributive, ~justice. 33 2, 60 | restitution is an act of commutative justice?~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 60 | restitution is not an act of commutative ~justice. For justice regards 35 2, 60 | restitution is not more an act of commutative than of ~distributive justice.~ 36 2, 60 | away. Now it is an act ~of commutative injustice to take away what 37 2, 60 | another, and this belongs to commutative justice. Hence restitution 38 2, 60 | restitution is an ~act of commutative justice, occasioned by one 39 2, 60 | consequently it pertains to commutative justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 40 2, 60 | above (A[1]) is an act of ~commutative justice, and this demands 41 2, 60 | re-establishes the equality of commutative ~justice, which equality 42 2, 60 | according to ~the form of commutative justice. On the other hand, 43 2, 61 | consider the vices opposed to ~commutative justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 44 2, 61 | seem to pertain chiefly to commutative justice. Therefore respect 45 2, 61 | way judgment is common to commutative and ~distributive justice: 46 2, 61 | in as much as, even in ~commutative justice, the judge takes 47 2, 62 | 1/2 - VICES OPPOSED TO COMMUTATIVE JUSTICE (QQ[64]-81)~(A) 48 2, 62 | consider the vices opposed to commutative ~justice. We must consider ( 49 2, 65 | consider those vices opposed to commutative justice, that ~consist in 50 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In commutative justice we consider chiefly 51 2, 78 | seemingly a ~species of commutative justice whereby revenge 52 2, 78 | judge's sentence, belongs to commutative justice: ~whereas the revenge 53 2, 104| proportionate repayment belongs to commutative justice, ~according to the 54 2, 104| Proportionate repayment belongs to commutative justice, ~when it answers 55 2, 106| virtue, but is an act of commutative justice. ~Therefore in the 56 2, 106| a legal debt belongs to commutative ~justice, and as repayment 57 2, 106| public justice, is an ~act of commutative justice; while so far as 58 2, 115| matter of ~distributive and commutative justice. Therefore they 59 3, 85 | viz. "distributive" and "commutative." But penance does not seem 60 3, 85 | both are comprised under commutative justice.~Aquin.: SMT TP 61 3, 85 | moderates, are objects of commutative ~justice. Accordingly it


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