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compromise 2
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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compulsion

   Part, Question
1 1, 41 | end, nor is He subject to compulsion. But a thing is said to ~ 2 1, 59 | so far as the removal of compulsion is ~considered, is not susceptible 3 1, 41 | end, nor is He subject to compulsion. But a thing is said to ~ 4 1, 60 | so far as the removal of compulsion is ~considered, is not susceptible 5 2, 1 | is moved under another's compulsion, it is ~not necessary that 6 2, 6 | whatever is done under compulsion ~is done of necessity: consequently 7 2, 6 | it should be subject to compulsion and violence: ~just as it 8 2, 6 | it." But if this ~were by compulsion, it would no longer be by 9 2, 6 | sometimes a man suffers compulsion without being grieved thereby. ~ 10 2, 6 | that "things done under compulsion are involuntary."~Aquin.: 11 2, 6 | Things done through fear and compulsion differ not only ~according 12 2, 6 | that which is done ~through compulsion: whereas what is done through 13 2, 6 | that in what ~is done from compulsion, the will does nothing inwardly; 14 2, 100 | Hence that on which the compulsion of the law is ~brought to 15 2, 10 | submitted even to bodily compulsion, that they may fulfil what ~ 16 2, 10 | should be induced, not by compulsion but by persuasion, to ~embrace 17 2, 37 | certain men, employs the compulsion of the secular ~arm. If, 18 2, 87 | which a man takes ~under compulsion: one, whereby he is beholden 19 2, 87 | obligation is cancelled by the compulsion, ~because he that used force 20 2, 88 | thing: the other by way of compulsion. In the first way it is 21 2, 88 | adjuration, which is by compulsion, we ~may lawfully use it 22 2, 88 | authoritatively ~by way of compulsion, but rather by way of a 23 2, 88 | adjuration is by way of compulsion: and, seemingly, ~neither 24 2, 88 | God: secondly, by ~way of compulsion, which relates to the devil, 25 2, 100 | account of their power to use compulsion: and to the exercise of 26 2, 106 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, compulsion is most opposed to voluntariness. 27 2, 106 | OBJ 4: An act done through compulsion of fear is not involuntary ~ 28 2, 140 | have ~their origin in the compulsion of an external agent, so 29 2, 187 | to be converted, not by compulsion but of their own free will" ~( 30 2, 187 | absolute violence. But the compulsion arising from the ~obligation 31 3, 46 | brings about the necessity of compulsion; as, for ~instance, when 32 3, 46 | suffer from necessity of compulsion, either on God's ~part, 33 3, 46 | based on the necessity of compulsion on ~God's part.~Aquin.: 34 3, 46 | rests on the necessity of compulsion on the ~part of the man 35 3, 53 | Detention implies a certain compulsion. But Christ was not ~held 36 Suppl, 43| arise; and the Church uses ~compulsion in the sense that she enjoins 37 Suppl, 47| regards the party ~using compulsion?~(5) Whether conditional 38 Suppl, 47| opposed to liberty. But compulsion is allied to ~power, as 39 Suppl, 47| in which he says that ~"compulsion is the force of one who 40 Suppl, 47| that ~which was done under compulsion or fear" (Sent. iv, D[29]). 41 Suppl, 47| Para. 1/2~I answer that, Compulsion or violence is twofold. 42 Suppl, 47| this latter violence or compulsion is consistent with consent, ~ 43 Suppl, 47| the former. And since this compulsion results from one's fear 44 Suppl, 47| violence to mean absolute compulsion, for which reason it draws 45 Suppl, 47| cannot be influenced by compulsion or violence as ~distinct 46 Suppl, 47| to the question at issue compulsion and ~fear are the same. 47 Suppl, 47| consider the first kind of compulsion, and the second set of ~ 48 Suppl, 47| consented to marriage under ~compulsion ought to be counseled to 49 Suppl, 47| for consent where fear or compulsion ~enters in, it follows that 50 Suppl, 47| required, every ~pretext for compulsion must be set aside." Now 51 Suppl, 47| demanded. Wherefore this compulsion by fear ~which influences 52 Suppl, 47| marriage, but not the other ~compulsion. Now a constant man is reckoned 53 Suppl, 47| regards the party who uses ~compulsion?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 54 Suppl, 47| regards the party who uses compulsion. For matrimony is a sign 55 Suppl, 50| marriage, namely "force," ~i.e. compulsion, and "error" in reference


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