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ille 2
illegal 3
illegitimacy 1
illegitimate 45
illiberal 15
illiberality 17
illicit 7
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45 foremost
45 formality
45 grasp
45 illegitimate
45 intemperate
45 logically
45 manifold
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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illegitimate

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1 3, 29 | rejected by unbelievers as illegitimate: ~wherefore Ambrose says 2 Suppl, 39| homicide is?~(5) Whether illegitimate birth is?~(6) Whether lack 3 Suppl, 39| Para. 1/1~Whether those of illegitimate birth should be debarred 4 Suppl, 39| seem that those who are of illegitimate birth should not ~be debarred 5 Suppl, 39| clear that those who are of illegitimate birth do not bear the iniquity ~ 6 Suppl, 64| the bill of divorce; (5) illegitimate children.~Aquin.: SMT XP 7 Suppl, 68| 68] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN (THREE ARTICLES)~ 8 Suppl, 68| now consider children of illegitimate birth. Under this head ~ 9 Suppl, 68| out of true marriage are illegitimate?~(2) Whether children should 10 Suppl, 68| suffer any loss through being illegitimate?~(3) Whether they can be 11 Suppl, 68| out of true marriage are illegitimate?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[68] A[ 12 Suppl, 68| of true ~marriage are not illegitimate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[68] A[ 13 Suppl, 68| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Illegitimate is that which is against 14 Suppl, 68| law. Therefore ~they are illegitimate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[68] A[ 15 Suppl, 68| marriage; some are natural and illegitimate, as those who are born of ~ 16 Suppl, 68| that some children ~are illegitimate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[68] A[ 17 Suppl, 68| nor are their children illegitimate. ~If, however, they know 18 Suppl, 68| their children avoid being illegitimate. Neither ~are they excused 19 Suppl, 68| suffer any loss through being illegitimate?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[68] A[ 20 Suppl, 68| any loss through ~being illegitimate. For a child should not 21 Suppl, 68| equally on legitimate and illegitimate children. Therefore ~illegitimate 22 Suppl, 68| illegitimate children. Therefore ~illegitimate should be equalled to legitimate 23 Suppl, 68| of his due, and thus an illegitimate ~child incurs no loss. Secondly, 24 Suppl, 68| due otherwise, and thus an illegitimate son incurs ~a twofold loss. 25 Suppl, 68| is no ~punishment to an illegitimate child that he has no right 26 Suppl, 68| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Illegitimate intercourse is contrary 27 Suppl, 68| a wicked will. Hence ~an illegitimate son incurs a loss, not in 28 Suppl, 68| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an illegitimate son can be legitimized?~ 29 Suppl, 68| 1: It would seem that an illegitimate son cannot be legitimized. 30 Suppl, 68| as far removed from the illegitimate as the ~illegitimate from 31 Suppl, 68| the illegitimate as the ~illegitimate from the legitimate. But 32 Suppl, 68| legitimate child is never made ~illegitimate. Neither, therefore, is 33 Suppl, 68| Neither, therefore, is an illegitimate child ever made ~legitimate.~ 34 Suppl, 68| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, illegitimate intercourse begets an illegitimate 35 Suppl, 68| illegitimate intercourse begets an illegitimate child. ~But illegitimate 36 Suppl, 68| illegitimate child. ~But illegitimate intercourse never becomes 37 Suppl, 68| Neither, ~therefore, can an illegitimate son become legitimate.~Aquin.: 38 Suppl, 68| positive law. Therefore an ~illegitimate child can be legitimized 39 Suppl, 68| Para. 1/2~I answer that, An illegitimate child can be legitimized, 40 Suppl, 68| moment that it was once ~illegitimate. But the child is said to 41 Suppl, 68| as the ~losses which an illegitimate child ought to incur are 42 Suppl, 68| except for a fault. Hence an illegitimate ~child can be legitimized 43 Suppl, 68| fault, he is not said to be illegitimate, because he was legitimately ~ 44 Suppl, 68| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Illegitimate intercourse has an inherent 45 Suppl, 68| there any comparison with an illegitimate child who ~has no such defect.~


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