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equipped 1
equitable 2
equitably 1
equity 31
equivalence 3
equivalent 29
equivalently 1
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31 energy
31 envious
31 epiphany
31 equity
31 foreknown
31 fun
31 greeks
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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equity

   Part, Question
1 2, 96 | reason of law, or favor of equity, is it allowable for us ~ 2 2, 104 | according to justice and equity. Nevertheless they did ~ 3 2, 104 | to establish justice ~and equity among men. Therefore the 4 2, 104 | the people to justice and ~equity, in keeping with the demands 5 2, 105 | hired for a ~consideration, equity demanded that he should 6 2, 29 | account of a certain moral equity, as ~in the case of benefits 7 2, 41 | should resist them, as far as equity allows, in the hope not 8 2, 56 | order to preserve the common equity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 9 2, 58 | the law, but ~according to equity which the lawgiver has in 10 2, 58 | reason of law, or ~favor of equity, is it allowable for us 11 2, 64 | lawful according to natural equity, as the jurists hold. [* 12 2, 65 | and shall reprove with equity for the meek ~of the earth." 13 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The equity of the law so guards the 14 2, 78 | with regard to inferiors, ~"equity" as regards equals, "fidelity" 15 2, 78 | mentioned by ~Macrobius; and equity under {epieikeia} or under " 16 2, 87 | because, to wit, "pretended equity is a twofold iniquity," 17 2, 104 | moral debt depends on the equity of the debtor: and ~therefore 18 2, 107 | debt, in so far as, ~out of equity, one man owes another a 19 2, 108 | far as it is beside the equity of justice; wherefore it 20 2, 112 | merely a ~certain debt of equity, namely, that we behave 21 2, 112 | owes his fellow-man, in equity, the manifestation of ~truth 22 2, 112 | Therefore, a certain natural equity obliges a man ~to live agreeably 23 2, 118 | Para. 1/1 - OF "EPIKEIA" OR EQUITY (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 24 2, 118 | should interpret between equity and law." Therefore the 25 2, 118 | epikeia" which we call equity. ~Therefore it is evident 26 2, 155 | is related to severity as equity [the Greek 'epieikeia' ~[* 27 2, 155 | Yet clemency ~differs from equity, as we shall state further 28 2, 155 | v, 10) ascribes this to equity, which ~pertains to justice, 29 2, 155 | this respect it pertains to equity. The other point is a ~certain 30 2, 157 | 1: Just as it belongs to equity to mitigate punishment ~ 31 Suppl, 62| divorce. But according to ~equity, the judge is bound by virtue


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