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excessive 87
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exchange

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | kinds of ~intercourse and exchange. This the Philosopher (Ethic. 2 1, 21 | commutative justice, that directs exchange and intercourse of business. ~ 3 2, 2 | for ~the convenience of exchange, and as a measure of things 4 2, 59 | his ~thing to another in exchange for another thing, as happens 5 2, 59 | commutations, were one always to exchange one's ~chattel for another 6 2, 75 | business consists in the ~exchange of things. According to 7 2, 75 | Philosopher (Polit. i, 3), exchange ~of things is twofold; one, 8 2, 75 | another, or money taken in exchange for a ~commodity, in order 9 2, 75 | life. The other kind of exchange is either ~that of money 10 2, 75 | profit, and this kind of exchange, ~properly speaking, regards 11 2, 75 | 3). The former kind of exchange is commendable because it ~ 12 2, 75 | first mentioned kind of exchange, which is directed to supply 13 2, 76 | chiefly for the purpose of exchange: and consequently the proper ~ 14 2, 76 | alienation whereby it is ~sunk in exchange. Hence it is by its very 15 2, 76 | money is ~sinking it in exchange, so that it is not lawful 16 2, 76 | silver vessels may be an ~exchange, and such use may not be 17 2, 78 | gratitude, holiness, just exchange" ~and "just lawgiving"; 18 2, 78 | justice belongs "justice of exchange," which he describes ~as " 19 2, 86 | even so neither may one now exchange for something better, or ~ 20 2, 86 | deemed a ~vow-breaker if he exchange a temporal service for the 21 2, 98 | buying and selling, such as exchange and transaction [*A kind 22 2, 98 | it is impossible for the exchange or ~agency of prebends or 23 2, 98 | income of any church in exchange for a ~spiritual thing, 24 2, 98 | ordinations of the clergy, in exchange for the ~chrism, holy oil, 25 3, 63 | coin is marked for use in exchange of ~goods, and soldiers 26 3, 80 | It is a most dangerous exchange, for us to do evil lest 27 Suppl, 25| something spiritual. Now ~to exchange a spiritual for a temporal 28 Suppl, 71| and will arrange for an ~exchange of deficiencies": and this 29 Suppl, 71| deficiencies": and this exchange is effected when what is ~


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