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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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compensation

   Part, Question
1 2, 87 | pay some sort of ~penal compensation, which restores him to the 2 2, 87 | equality of justice by penal compensation ~is also to be observed 3 2, 97 | done in this respect. Such compensation may arise either from some 4 2, 30 | again. Now there is always compensation in ~spiritual almsdeeds, 5 2, 30 | Para. 1/2 ~Reply OBJ 2: Compensation does not detract from merit 6 2, 60 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Compensation is made by the distributor 7 2, 60 | restored in equivalent, compensation ~should be made as far as 8 2, 60 | of a limb, he must make compensation either in money or in honor, ~ 9 2, 60 | to make ~restitution or compensation. Secondly, unjustly, if 10 2, 60 | one is bound to make some ~compensation, after taking account of 11 2, 60 | consequently he would be bound to compensation in equivalent, in ~proportion, 12 2, 60 | he is bound to make some compensation, according to the condition ~ 13 2, 60 | 4: Further, we owe more compensation to one from whom we have ~ 14 2, 60 | robbery, is bound to make ~compensation for the loss incurred, although 15 2, 60 | chiefly directed to the compensation ~for the loss incurred by 16 2, 60 | has received sufficient ~compensation from one, the others are 17 2, 60 | wage-earner, must not delay ~compensation, as appears from Lev. 19: 18 2, 60 | person to ~whom he owes compensation to grant him a remission 19 2, 64 | bound to restitution or compensation: but he sins against ~general 20 2, 66 | punishment of retaliation in ~compensation for the harm he attempts 21 2, 75 | than he ought must make ~compensation to him that has suffered 22 2, 75 | seller will ~be bound to compensation for the loss incurred.~Aquin.: 23 2, 76 | to demand some sort of compensation as condition ~of the loan.~ 24 2, 76 | hand it is lawful to exact compensation for a loan, in ~respect 25 2, 76 | agreement with the ~borrower for compensation for the loss he incurs of 26 2, 76 | cannot enter an agreement for compensation, ~through the fact that 27 2, 98 | the same ~order, by way of compensation, lest they wander about 28 2, 152 | the seducer is ~bound to compensation. Hence it is written (Ex. 29 3, 47 | chiefly ordained for making compensation ~to them who have suffered 30 3, 49 | washed away ~and through compensation being made in the shape 31 3, 85 | necessary to make some kind of ~compensation, which obtains in offenses 32 3, 85 | retribution does, only that compensation is on the part of the ~offender, 33 Suppl, 5 | since it is for the due compensation for sin that "by what ~things 34 Suppl, 12| what has been said, is ~compensation for injury inflicted. Wherefore 35 Suppl, 12| satisfaction to ~another, he offers compensation for the past, and takes 36 Suppl, 12| which it heals by making compensation, and thus it is ~defined 37 Suppl, 12| thus it is ~defined as "compensation for an inflicted injury 38 Suppl, 12| of ~greater weight than compensation for the past. Hence Augustine 39 Suppl, 12| is possible to gauge the ~compensation for the past from the heed 40 Suppl, 13| Further, a slave cannot make compensation for a debt, since all ~that 41 Suppl, 13| Therefore, as satisfaction is compensation ~for a past offense, it 42 Suppl, 13| Therefore man cannot make compensation to God, and the same ~conclusion 43 Suppl, 13| the time that follows make compensation for what he should have 44 Suppl, 15| satisfaction should make compensation for the offense ~committed 45 Suppl, 15| God. Now, seemingly, no compensation is given to God by ~penal 46 Suppl, 15| past offense, for which compensation is made by its means, and 47 Suppl, 15| means of penal works. For compensation ~for an offense implies 48 Suppl, 15| Consequently, in order that compensation be made, ~something by way 49 Suppl, 15| which is due for sin is compensation for the offense, ~and this 50 Suppl, 15| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Compensation for a past offense can be 51 Suppl, 15| enforced by another, such ~compensation is of a vindictive rather 52 Suppl, 25| estimate, he limits the compensation. Now he who grants ~an indulgence 53 Suppl, 49| a thing except ~for some compensation in the shape of an equal 54 Suppl, 64| fixed for praying, but that compensation can be ~made at some other 55 Suppl, 71| expiating punishment by way of ~compensation which is a condition of 56 Suppl, 71| punishment, because in this ~compensation we have to consider the


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