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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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repayment

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1 2, 55 | make Him a perfectly just ~repayment. For this reason the Divine 2 2, 59 | according to the ~equality of repayment. Hence all these actions 3 2, 59 | all these cases, however, repayment must be made on a basis 4 2, 59 | a greater punishment in repayment, by reason of a difference, ~ 5 2, 60 | Further, restitution is repayment of something taken away. 6 2, 60 | always to be made good by ~repayment in equivalent: for instance 7 2, 76 | bound to lend, may accept repayment for ~what he has done, but 8 2, 76 | it is lawful to accept repayment by loan in return for a 9 2, 76 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Repayment for a favor may be made 10 2, 76 | way a man's obligation to repayment for favor received is based ~ 11 2, 76 | spontaneous nature ~of such a repayment.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 12 2, 76 | expressed, to expect or exact repayment in ~the shape of some remuneration 13 2, 76 | that ~thing towards the repayment of the loan. Else if he 14 2, 76 | that thing in addition to repayment, it is the same as if he 15 2, 100 | and tributes, which are a repayment of their ~labor.~Aquin.: 16 2, 104 | Further, proportionate repayment belongs to commutative justice, ~ 17 2, 104 | purpose of giving ~thanks is repayment (Ethic. 5,4). Therefore 18 2, 104 | Reply OBJ 2: Proportionate repayment belongs to commutative justice, ~ 19 2, 104 | paid for so much. But the repayment that belongs to the virtue ~ 20 2, 104 | friendship ~is preserved by repayment of favors, although repayment 21 2, 104 | repayment of favors, although repayment of favors belongs ~specially 22 2, 104 | Further, gratitude is a repayment of an act of grace. But 23 2, 104 | man is not always bound to repayment for ~favors received.~Aquin.: 24 2, 104 | sometimes it happens that repayment of a favor ~would be hurtful 25 2, 104 | changed, and consequently no repayment is due for his kindness, 26 2, 104 | in the preceding reply, repayment of a favor ~depends chiefly 27 2, 104 | of the heart: wherefore repayment should ~be made in such 28 2, 104 | keep back and safeguard my repayment."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] 29 2, 104 | term prescribed for the repayment of favors, and yet this 30 2, 104 | of favors, and yet this repayment ~is a duty, as stated above ( 31 2, 104 | freely and quickly." Now repayment ought to equal the ~favor 32 2, 104 | affection of the heart, repayment should be made at once, 33 2, 104 | virtuous, but a constrained repayment. For, as Seneca ~observes ( 34 2, 104 | disposition but at the deed. For repayment is due to ~beneficence, 35 2, 104 | 1/2~I answer that, The repayment of a favor may belong to 36 2, 104 | belongs to justice when the ~repayment has the character of a legal 37 2, 104 | like: ~and in such cases repayment must be made according to 38 2, 104 | 2/2~On the other hand, repayment of a favor belongs, though 39 2, 104 | a moral debt. For in the repayment of friendship we have ~to 40 2, 104 | is ~based on the useful, repayment should be made according 41 2, 104 | friendship based on virtue ~repayment should be made with regard 42 2, 104 | it ~follows again that repayment of a favor depends more 43 2, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the repayment of gratitude should surpass 44 2, 104 | there is no need for the repayment of gratitude to ~surpass 45 2, 104 | possible to make even equal ~repayment to some, for instance, one' 46 2, 104 | But the latter owes him repayment for the favor which in his 47 2, 104 | be bound to a yet greater repayment, and so on indefinitely. ~ 48 2, 104 | ii, text. 8). Therefore repayment of ~gratitude should not 49 2, 104 | son cannot make an equal repayment, as the ~Philosopher states ( 50 2, 105 | there would seem to be no repayment in being unwilling ~to owe 51 2, 105 | sin. In such a case the repayment ~due to him is not that 52 2, 105 | mere will suffices for the repayment ~of the debt of gratitude, 53 2, 105 | little thought to their repayment."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] 54 2, 106 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Just as repayment of a legal debt belongs 55 2, 106 | commutative ~justice, and as repayment of a moral debt, arising 56 Suppl, 86| accusation or approval), or the repayment of punishment ~and reward (


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