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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ox

   Part, Question
1 1, 30 | is common to horse and ox. Both of these explanations, ~ 2 2, 20 | Ex. 21:29): ~"But if the ox was wont to push with his 3 2, 20 | man or a woman, then the ox shall be stoned, and his 4 2, 20 | been put to death, if ~the ox, although he had not been 5 2, 31 | pleasure in the lowing of an ox, but in devouring ~it" ( 6 2, 67 | nature of a horse and an ox. And since a thing, so ~ 7 2, 67 | it would no longer be an ox or a horse, ~were it to 8 2, 72 | species; thus a horse and an ox differ specifically: ~secondly, 9 2, 91 | different, e.g. a horse and ~an ox. Secondly, as perfect and 10 2, 102 | Thou shalt not muzzle the ~ox that treadeth out thy corn"; 11 2, 102 | shalt not plough with an ox and an ass together."~Aquin.: 12 2, 102 | dam"; and to "muzzle the ox that treadeth out ~the corn"; 13 2, 102 | to be wicked to allow the ox to eat of the grain ~while 14 2, 102 | not be withdrawn from the ox that treadeth the corn, 15 2, 102 | allowed to plough "with an ox and an ~ass together"; thus 16 2, 105 | restore five oxen for one ox, and four ~sheep for one 17 2, 105 | them (Ex. 21:29): "If the ox . . . shall kill a man or 18 2, 105 | thou seest ~thy brother's ox or his sheep go astray; 19 2, 105 | to be ~restored for one ox. And this I say, unless 20 2, 105 | severely punished if his ox had butted anyone "yesterday 21 2, 105 | animal, ~e.g. an ass or an ox. But it is commanded (Dt. 22 2, 10 | animal; so that even as an ox or a horse belongs ~to someone 23 2, 46 | house; "subjective," as ox and lion ~are parts of animal; 24 2, 59 | 1): "If any man steal an ox or a sheep, and kill or 25 2, 59 | restore five oxen for one ox and four sheep for one sheep." ~ 26 2, 60 | If a man shall steal an ox ~or a sheep and kill or 27 2, 60 | restore five oxen for one ox, ~and four sheep for one 28 2, 62 | who killed another man's ox or sheep (Ex. ~22:1). Therefore 29 2, 62 | He that kills another's ox, sins, not through killing 30 2, 62 | not through killing the ~ox, but through injuring another 31 2, 64 | 1, "If any man steal an ox or a sheep . . . he shall 32 2, 64 | restore have oxen ~for one ox, and four sheep for one 33 2, 118 | as animal of horse and ox: and sometimes one ~thing 34 2, 120 | the Sabbath day loose his ox or his ass . . . and lead 35 2, 120 | thou seest thy brother's ox or his ~sheep go astray, 36 2, 187 | open a pit . . . and an ~ox or an ass fall into it, 37 3, 40 | the Sabbath-day loose his ox or his ~ass from the manger, 38 3, 40 | shall have an ass or an ox fall into a pit, and will 39 Suppl, 77| sometimes the flesh of the ox or of other ~animals is 40 Suppl, 77| again, the flesh of the ox or of other animals ~will 41 Suppl, 77| follow that the flesh of an ox rises again, but the ~flesh


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