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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 2, 35 | it implies sin in both parties, as when each dissents from 2 2, 36 | each of the disaccording parties clings to his own ~opinion, 3 2, 65 | example of ~which is when parties agree to a settlement by 4 2, 65 | needs judge between two parties, which is the ~case when 5 2, 69 | labor) ~either from both parties or from the party by whom 6 2, 75 | common advantage of both ~parties, one of whom requires that 7 2, 98 | made by authority of ~the parties concerned without danger 8 2, 98 | as possible, the guilty parties ~be not the gainers. But 9 3, 85 | relatively when it is ~between parties of whom one is subject to 10 Suppl, 43| evil results; unless the parties be bound by oath, for then ~ 11 Suppl, 43| common to the contracting ~parties. Therefore if one be of 12 Suppl, 43| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: If the parties are betrothed by another 13 Suppl, 43| marriage, nevertheless the parties show that they ratify their 14 Suppl, 43| can only be between two parties; wherefore it is necessary 15 Suppl, 43| betrothal if the ~contracting parties are close upon the age of 16 Suppl, 43| condition of the contracting parties, since the use of reason ~ 17 Suppl, 43| dissolved if one of the ~parties enter religion. For if I 18 Suppl, 43| dissolved when one of the ~parties leaves for a distant country, 19 Suppl, 43| fornication of one of the parties. For a betrothal does ~not 20 Suppl, 43| either of the betrothed parties incur an infirmity which ~ 21 Suppl, 44| difference of the contracting parties in reference to the species, 22 Suppl, 45| the ~consents of the two parties are distinct, for they are 23 Suppl, 45| marriage ~each of the married parties receives power over the 24 Suppl, 45| feasible unless the contracting parties express their ~will to one 25 Suppl, 45| consent is required in ~both parties, neither of them will be 26 Suppl, 45| is lacking in one of the parties, on ~neither side is there 27 Suppl, 45| although the contracting ~parties sin, unless they have a 28 Suppl, 45| happens that one of the parties is guilty of fraud ~in such 29 Suppl, 48| that which the contracting parties ~intend as the result of 30 Suppl, 48| cause, but the contracting ~parties to whom this cause is the 31 Suppl, 48| but ~of the contracting parties.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 32 Suppl, 49| the case where ~one of the parties enters religion before the 33 Suppl, 50| regard to the ~contracting parties. If in the first way, since 34 Suppl, 50| arising from the contracting parties, and these may be ~differentiated 35 Suppl, 50| although the contracting parties sin; just as by ~consecrating 36 Suppl, 52| is his due, if one of the parties knows the other ~to be a 37 Suppl, 52| one of the contracting ~parties.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 38 Suppl, 53| the marriage, one of the parties ~cannot vow continence without 39 Suppl, 54| the fact that one of the parties whose ~consanguinity is 40 Suppl, 54| marriage. Thus if certain parties related in the fifth degree 41 Suppl, 55| consanguinity be ~proved, the parties should be separated even 42 Suppl, 57| marriage on account ~of the parties dwelling together: hence 43 Suppl, 58| more perfect when both parties observe continency by vow. 44 Suppl, 58| years, during which both parties have honestly endeavored 45 Suppl, 58| gives ~each of the married parties power over the other's body 46 Suppl, 58| annulled. Wherefore if the parties who marry before the ~age 47 Suppl, 59| required in both contracting parties, so in the case ~of a betrothal, 48 Suppl, 59| marriage wherein one of the parties does not fall ~into sin.~ 49 Suppl, 62| not to be blamed, or both parties are equally ~blameworthy. 50 Suppl, 63| which ~results from the parties having the conditions prescribed 51 Suppl, 68| impediment may be known to the ~parties who marry in the presence

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