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load 13
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loan 38
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38 imaginative
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38 macrobius
38 military
38 monastic
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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loan

   Part, Question
1 2, 97 | dispensation: for instance, that a loan should not be paid back 2 2, 105| letting out and hiring, by loan and also by deposit, concerning 3 2, 105| whom they might grant a loan, either by exacting usury, 4 2, 105| there was ~for renewing the loan on account of their need.~ 5 2, 105| regards animals granted in loan, the Law enacted that if, 6 2, 105| gained something by the loan which would no longer have 7 2, 105| The difference between a loan and a deposit is that a 8 2, 105| and a deposit is that a loan ~is in respect of goods 9 2, 105| obligation of returning a ~loan than of restoring goods 10 2, 105| he ~who held an animal on loan, was bound to restitution, 11 2, 29 | he has received them on loan or in deposit or in some 12 2, 59 | and simply "borrowing" on "loan" in ~things that bear no 13 2, 60 | consent, for instance on loan or deposit, or ~against 14 2, 60 | owner, as in the case of a loan: and ~then, the taker is 15 2, 76 | by way of payment for the loan?~(3) Whether a man is bound 16 2, 76 | accept a price for the ~loan of a silver vessel. Therefore 17 2, 76 | accept a price ~for the loan of a silver coin. Therefore 18 2, 76 | Now he who accepts the loan, freely gives the usury. ~ 19 2, 76 | Therefore the recipient of a loan, is bound by a natural ~ 20 2, 76 | compensation as condition ~of the loan.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 21 2, 76 | gift is the same as of ~loan to loan. But it is lawful 22 2, 76 | the same as of ~loan to loan. But it is lawful to accept 23 2, 76 | lawful to accept repayment by loan in return for a loan granted. ~ 24 2, 76 | by loan in return for a loan granted. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 25 2, 76 | his ~goods under guise of loan, or buys another's goods 26 2, 76 | seems to be ~payment for a loan of money: nor does it appear 27 2, 76 | exact compensation for a loan, in ~respect of such things 28 2, 76 | more than he received in loan: and ~consequently it is 29 2, 76 | paid back: nor should the loan be made with a ~demand or 30 2, 76 | basis of a ~spontaneous loan. Now the obligation to lend 31 2, 76 | borrower to grant him a loan at some future time.~Aquin.: 32 2, 76 | towards the repayment of the loan. Else if he wishes the gratuitous ~ 33 2, 76 | as in the case of the ~loan of a book.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 76 | price has the character of a loan, so that whatever he demands 35 2, 76 | delay, is like a price for a loan, ~which pertains to usury. 36 2, 76 | money has the character of a loan, the price ~of which is 37 2, 76 | Therefore he that accepts a loan under a condition of usury 38 2, 104| of a legal debt, as in a loan and the like: ~and in such


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