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1 1, 1 | correct, to instruct in ~justice." Now Scripture, inspired 2 1, 10 | those who instruct many to justice," shall be "as ~stars unto 3 1, 12 | unless purified by ~the justice of faith." Therefore God 4 1, 16 | Whereas the truth of "justice" is found in ~man as he 5 1, 19 | of that will, when by its justice he is punished.~Aquin.: 6 1, 19 | some to be damned, as His ~justice exacts. Nor do we will simply, 7 1, 19 | attached. Thus in willing ~justice He wills punishment; and 8 1, 20 | of ~the moral virtues, as justice, fortitude and the like. 9 1, 20 | of God, and secondly His justice and mercy. ~About the first 10 1, 21 | 21] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE JUSTICE AND MERCY OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 11 1, 21 | we must treat of God's justice and ~mercy. Under this head 12 1, 21 | inquiry:~(1) Whether there is justice in God?~(2) Whether His 13 1, 21 | in God?~(2) Whether His justice can be called truth?~(3) 14 1, 21 | every work of God there are justice and mercy?~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 21 | Para. 1/1~Whether there is justice in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 21 | seems that there is not justice in God. For justice is divided ~ 17 1, 21 | not justice in God. For justice is divided ~against temperance. 18 1, 21 | neither ~therefore does justice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 19 1, 21 | does not ~work according to justice. But, as the Apostle says: " 20 1, 21 | Eph. 1:11). Therefore ~justice cannot be attributed to 21 1, 21 | OBJ 3: Further, the act of justice is to pay what is due. But 22 1, 21 | man's debtor. Therefore justice does not belong to God.~ 23 1, 21 | God, is His essence. But justice cannot ~belong to this. 24 1, 21 | Good regards the ~essence; justice the act." Therefore justice 25 1, 21 | justice the act." Therefore justice does not belong to God.~ 26 1, 21 | is just, and hath ~loved justice."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 27 1, 21 | There are two kinds of justice. The one consists in ~mutual 28 1, 21 | v, 4) calls ~commutative justice, that directs exchange and 29 1, 21 | and is called distributive justice; whereby a ~ruler or a steward 30 1, 21 | kind of multitude ~evinces justice of this kind in the ruler, 31 1, 21 | of will, shows forth the justice of God. Hence Dionysius 32 1, 21 | and expending; such as justice, liberality, and magnificence; 33 1, 21 | as it were, His law of justice, in accordance with ~which 34 1, 21 | In ~this respect, God's justice regards what befits Him; 35 1, 21 | Thus also God ~exercises justice, when He gives to each thing 36 1, 21 | rather other things to Him. Justice, therefore, in God is sometimes ~ 37 1, 21 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Although justice regards act, this does not 38 1, 21 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the justice of God is truth?~Aquin.: 39 1, 21 | OBJ 1: It seems that the justice of God is not truth. For 40 1, 21 | of God is not truth. For justice ~resides in the will; since, 41 1, 21 | Ethic. vi, 2,6). Therefore justice does not ~appertain to truth.~ 42 1, 21 | a ~virtue distinct from justice. Truth therefore does not 43 1, 21 | appertain to the ~idea of justice. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 44 1, 21 | where truth stands for justice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 45 1, 21 | to art, so are works of justice related ~to the law with 46 1, 21 | accord. Therefore God's justice, which ~establishes things 47 1, 21 | which is the law of His justice, is suitably called truth. 48 1, 21 | affairs speak of the truth of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 49 1, 21 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Justice, as to the law that governs, 50 1, 21 | said regarding the truth of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 51 1, 21 | mercy is a relaxation of justice. But God cannot remit ~what 52 1, 21 | what appertains to His justice. For it is said (2 Tim. 53 1, 21 | goodness, but also to His justice, ~liberality, and mercy; 54 1, 21 | bestowal of them belongs to justice, as has been already ~said ( 55 1, 21 | indeed by going against His ~justice, but by doing something 56 1, 21 | doing something more than justice; thus a man who pays ~another 57 1, 21 | hundred, ~does nothing against justice, but acts liberally or mercifully. 58 1, 21 | that mercy does not destroy justice, but ~in a sense is the 59 1, 21 | God there are mercy and justice?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 60 1, 21 | work of God are mercy and justice. For ~some works of God 61 1, 21 | ungodly; and others to justice, as the damnation of the 62 1, 21 | work of God do mercy and justice appear.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 63 1, 21 | conversion of the Jews to ~justice and truth, but that of the 64 1, 21 | in every work of God are justice and mercy.~Aquin.: SMT FP 65 1, 21 | in every work of God are justice and mercy.~Aquin.: SMT FP 66 1, 21 | Further, it is the part of justice to pay what is due, but 67 1, 21 | relieve misery. Thus both justice and mercy presuppose something ~ 68 1, 21 | creation neither mercy nor justice is found.~Aquin.: SMT FP 69 1, 21 | according to the divine justice is one due either to God, 70 1, 21 | wherein consists the idea of ~justice. Thus justice must exist 71 1, 21 | the idea of ~justice. Thus justice must exist in all God's 72 1, 21 | Now the work of ~divine justice always presupposes the work 73 1, 21 | preserving the order of ~justice than what the divine goodness 74 1, 21 | works are attributed to justice, and certain others ~to 75 1, 21 | to mercy, because in some justice appears more forcibly and 76 1, 21 | justification of the ungodly, justice is seen, when God remits ~ 77 1, 21 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God's justice and mercy appear both in 78 1, 21 | Gentiles. But an aspect of justice appears in the ~conversion 79 1, 21 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Justice and mercy appear in the 80 1, 21 | this way too the ~idea of justice is preserved in creation; 81 1, 23 | Titus 3:5): "Not by works of justice ~which we have done, but 82 1, 23 | reprobates, by means of His justice, in punishing them. ~This 83 1, 23 | is, the vengeance of His justice], and to make His power ~ 84 1, 23 | contrary to the notion of justice, if the effect of ~predestination 85 1, 23 | without any ~infringement of justice. This is what the master 86 1, 25 | of the divine wisdom and justice without ~which God does 87 1, 25 | order the notion of His justice consists, as said above ( 88 1, 25 | from wisdom, and will from ~justice, there can be something 89 1, 25 | and ~intellect, wisdom and justice, are one and the same. Whence, 90 1, 25 | neither are the wisdom and justice of ~God restricted to this 91 1, 47 | Further, it is the part of justice to give unequal to unequal ~ 92 1, 48 | Neither would avenging justice nor ~the patience of a sufferer 93 1, 48 | to divine providence and ~justice, as was shown above (Q[22], 94 1, 49 | Nevertheless the order of justice belongs to the order of ~ 95 1, 57 | answered, "It is I, Who speak justice." Therefore the angels do 96 1, 63 | punishing those of His justice. But the intellectual creature, 97 1, 63 | For the order of ~Divine justice exacts that whosoever consents 98 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, justice and sin are to be found 99 1, 64 | sin to the goodness of justice save through God's mercy. 100 1, 64 | malice to the state of ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 101 1, 64 | good angels who adhered to justice, were confirmed therein; 102 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, justice does not give unequal things 103 1, 65 | Reply OBJ 3: Equality of justice has its place in retribution, 104 1, 48 | Further, it is the part of justice to give unequal to unequal ~ 105 1, 49 | Neither would avenging justice nor ~the patience of a sufferer 106 1, 49 | to divine providence and ~justice, as was shown above (Q[22], 107 1, 50 | Nevertheless the order of justice belongs to the order of ~ 108 1, 58 | answered, "It is I, Who speak justice." Therefore the angels do 109 1, 64 | punishing those of His justice. But the intellectual creature, 110 1, 64 | For the order of ~Divine justice exacts that whosoever consents 111 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, justice and sin are to be found 112 1, 65 | sin to the goodness of justice save through God's mercy. 113 1, 65 | malice to the state of ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 114 1, 65 | good angels who adhered to justice, were confirmed therein; 115 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, justice does not give unequal things 116 1, 66 | Reply OBJ 3: Equality of justice has its place in retribution, 117 1, 88 | the habit of political ~justice, whereby we act pleasurably. ( 118 1, 88 | perfectly united to Divine ~justice, they do not suffer from 119 1, 88 | in accordance with Divine justice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 120 1, 94 | imperfection, such as charity and justice; and these virtues did ~ 121 1, 104 | Further, as the order of justice is from God, so is the order 122 1, 104 | anything outside the order of justice; for then ~He would do something 123 1, 104 | Reply OBJ 2: The order of justice arises by relation to the 124 1, 104 | Who is the rule of all justice; and therefore God can do 125 1, 108 | according to some order of justice. But the demons ~are wholly 126 1, 108 | are wholly fallen from justice. Therefore there is no precedence 127 1, 108 | is not founded on their ~justice, but on the justice of God 128 1, 108 | their ~justice, but on the justice of God ordering all things.~ 129 1, 108 | and fight against God's justice. For it belongs to ~wicked 130 1, 108 | angels, whenever the Divine justice requires ~the demons to 131 1, 108 | because the power of ~Divine justice to which the good angels 132 1, 109 | good Christians by public justice, bad ~Christians by the 133 1, 109 | Christians by the signs of public justice." But magicians work miracles ~ 134 1, 109 | other hand, the Divine ~justice is in the whole universe 135 1, 109 | work miracles by Divine ~justice, are said to work miracles 136 1, 109 | work miracles by "public justice": but bad ~Christians by 137 1, 109 | by the "signs of public justice," as by invoking the name 138 1, 112 | the ordering of ~Divine justice; while nothing happens in 139 1, 112 | or permitted by Divine justice. Therefore simply speaking, 140 1, 112 | the ~ordering of Divine justice in this matter, in respect 141 1, 113 | by God, the author of all justice, that men should be ~assailed 142 1, 113 | by God on account of ~His justice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 143 2, 1 | to the safeguarding ~of justice, and to the satisfying of 144 2, 4 | laid ~up for me a crown of justice." Therefore comprehension 145 2, 5 | man ~"to whom God reputeth justice without works." Therefore 146 2, 19 | says (Ethic. v, 1) that justice is that ~habit "from which 147 2, 19 | the common good, which is justice, ~and therefore he wishes 148 2, 19 | things under the aspect of justice. Wherefore in regard to 149 2, 19 | will the upholding of God's justice and of the ~natural order.~ 150 2, 21 | retribution, rendered according to justice. Now, retribution according 151 2, 21 | retribution according to ~justice is rendered to a man, by 152 2, 21 | depends on the recompense for justice or injustice towards ~another.~ 153 2, 35 | respect of a specific form, as justice and injustice.~Aquin.: SMT 154 2, 35 | another. For intemperance and justice, which are in ~the contrary 155 2, 37 | of the world shall learn justice": and further ~on (verse 156 2, 39 | against the order of Divine justice, as stated above (Q[19], 157 2, 46 | whom we have a relation of ~justice?~(8) Of the species of anger.~ 158 2, 46 | since revenge belongs to justice. Therefore the object of 159 2, 46 | evil under the aspect of justice, is a lesser evil, ~than 160 2, 46 | someone ~under the aspect of justice, may be according to the 161 2, 46 | according to the virtue of justice, ~if it be in conformity 162 2, 46 | goes beyond the measure of justice according to the estimate 163 2, 46 | one has an obligation of ~justice?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 164 2, 46 | one ~has an obligation of justice. For there is no justice 165 2, 46 | justice. For there is no justice between man and ~irrational 166 2, 46 | one has an ~obligation of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 167 2, 46 | 2: Further, "there is no justice towards oneself . . . nor 168 2, 46 | oneself . . . nor is there ~justice towards one's own" (Ethic. 169 2, 46 | whom one has a relation of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 170 2, 46 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, justice and injustice can be of 171 2, 46 | whom one is in relation of ~justice or injustice.~Aquin.: SMT 172 2, 46 | since vengeance is an act of justice, and wrong-doing ~is an 173 2, 46 | speaking there is a certain justice and injustice between a 174 2, 47 | soul ~but as of judgment of justice, inasmuch as He wills to 175 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Justice is a habit. But justice 176 2, 50 | Justice is a habit. But justice is in the will; for it ~ 177 2, 52 | subject: that, for instance, justice is not more or less, but 178 2, 54 | a debt, it is an act of justice. Therefore the same object 179 2, 55 | righteousness seems to belong to justice; whence the ~righteous are 180 2, 55 | righteous are called just. But justice is a species of virtue. 181 2, 55 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Justice has a righteousness of its 182 2, 55 | are the proper ~matter of justice, as we shall show further 183 2, 56 | aptness: ~for instance, justice not only gives man the prompt 184 2, 56 | yield our members to serve justice"; so also, the irascible ~ 185 2, 56 | in the will, as charity, justice, and such like.~Aquin.: 186 2, 57 | the will, as charity or justice, ~confers the right use 187 2, 57 | craftsman is inclined by justice, which ~rectifies his will, 188 2, 57 | temperance and prudence and justice and fortitude, which are 189 2, 59 | temperance, and prudence, and justice, and ~fortitude." Now the " 190 2, 59 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Justice, which is a moral virtue, 191 2, 59 | is a passion. Therefore justice cannot be ~without passion; 192 2, 59 | passions. Such a virtue is justice: ~because it applies the 193 2, 59 | results from the act of justice; at least in the will, ~ 194 2, 59 | through ~the perfection of justice, it will overflow into the 195 2, 60 | The Philosopher reckons justice to be about operations; ~ 196 2, 60 | another. For this reason ~justice and its parts are properly 197 2, 60 | the soul. In such cases justice is destroyed in so far as 198 2, 60 | one man strikes another, justice is destroyed in the undue ~ 199 2, 60 | operations seems to ~belong to justice. Now justice is but one 200 2, 60 | belong to justice. Now justice is but one virtue. Therefore 201 2, 60 | Ethic. v, 1) that legal justice, ~which directs human acts 202 2, 60 | for it is the function of justice ~to establish rectitude 203 2, 60 | in ~one general notion of justice, which is in respect of 204 2, 60 | is the formal aspect of justice: for, seemingly, it ~pertains 205 2, 60 | seemingly, it ~pertains to justice that a man give another 206 2, 60 | some way, the character of ~justice. But the thing due is not 207 2, 60 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Justice properly so called is one 208 2, 60 | equivalent. But the ~name of justice is extended also to all 209 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: That justice which seeks the common good 210 2, 60 | of his ~country. But that justice which directs man to the 211 2, 60 | they are commanded by that justice, receive the name of ~justice: 212 2, 60 | justice, receive the name of ~justice: so that virtue does not 213 2, 60 | save logically, from legal ~justice; just as there is only a 214 2, 60 | operations ~belonging to special justice. Consequently, there is 215 2, 60 | there is the same virtue of ~justice, especially in regard to 216 2, 60 | may be that ~distributive justice is of another species from 217 2, 60 | species from commutative justice; but ~about this we shall 218 2, 60 | to the one same virtue of justice. Therefore neither do those ~ 219 2, 60 | objects: so that if we add "justice," which ~is about operations, 220 2, 61 | virtues, viz. temperance, justice, prudence, and fortitude." 221 2, 61 | operations, and then we have ~"Justice"; or into passions, and 222 2, 61 | threefold, the will, subject of "Justice," the concupiscible faculty, ~ 223 2, 61 | in operation, be called justice; every virtue that curbs ~ 224 2, 61 | virtue which ~commands; justice, the virtue which is about 225 2, 61 | temperate and just; no real justice, without prudence, ~fortitude 226 2, 61 | which seemingly ~belongs to justice; while the last, viz. firmness 227 2, 61 | actions or matters whatever; justice, a certain rectitude of 228 2, 61 | way does not imply that justice, ~temperance and fortitude 229 2, 61 | we have said, belongs to justice. ~Again, owing to the fact 230 2, 61 | it is absurd to ascribe justice, fortitude, ~temperance, 231 2, 61 | city." But it is only legal justice ~that is directed to the 232 2, 61 | His unchangeableness; ~His justice is the observance of the 233 2, 61 | to heavenly things; and justice consists ~in the soul giving 234 2, 61 | knowledge of ~passion; and justice, by imitating the Divine 235 2, 61 | human affairs; for instance, justice, about buying and ~selling; 236 2, 61 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Legal justice alone regards the common 237 2, 63 | virtues, i.e. chastity, justice, humility, which man ~possesses 238 2, 63 | temperance and ~prudence and justice and fortitude."~Aquin.: 239 2, 64 | Now such is the mean of justice, ~as stated in Ethic. v, 240 2, 64 | mean, for instance, in ~justice. On the other hand, sometimes 241 2, 64 | reason for this is that justice is about ~operations, which 242 2, 64 | wherefore the rational mean in justice is the same as the real 243 2, 64 | mean, in ~so far, to wit as justice gives to each one his due, 244 2, 64 | argues from the mean of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[64] A[ 245 2, 65 | prudence, rectitude to justice, moderation to temperance, 246 2, 65 | prudence without temperance, justice and fortitude": and ~he 247 2, 65 | prudence; for which reason justice cannot be a perfect virtue ~ 248 2, 66 | Mt. 5:20): "Unless your justice abound more ~than that of 249 2, 66 | Prov. 15:5): "In abundant justice there is the ~greatest strength [ 250 2, 66 | the reason. Consequently justice, which is in the will, excels ~ 251 2, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether justice is the chief of the moral 252 2, 66 | OBJ 1: It would seem that justice is not the chief of the 253 2, 66 | liberality, the latter to justice. Therefore liberality ~is 254 2, 66 | apparently a greater virtue than justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 255 2, 66 | patience is greater than ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 256 2, 66 | Therefore it magnifies even justice. Therefore it ~is greater 257 2, 66 | Therefore it ~is greater than justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 258 2, 66 | says (Ethic. v, 1) that "justice is the ~most excellent of 259 2, 66 | above (A[1]). In ~this way justice is the most excellent of 260 2, 66 | regard to another. Hence "justice is the ~most excellent of 261 2, 66 | passions, but is subordinate to justice. Hence the Philosopher says ~( 262 2, 66 | war, and the latter," i.e. justice, "both in war ~and in peace." 263 2, 66 | be founded on an act of ~justice, for "a man is not liberal 264 2, 66 | no liberality apart from justice, ~which discerns between " 265 2, 66 | meum" and "tuum": whereas justice can be without ~liberality. 266 2, 66 | without ~liberality. Hence justice is simply greater than liberality, 267 2, 66 | ornament and an addition to justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 268 2, 66 | which is also ~excluded by justice; not only hatred, which 269 2, 67 | written (Wis. 1:15) that "justice is perpetual ~and immortal."~ 270 2, 67 | no ~imperfection." As to justice, it is yet more evident 271 2, 67 | to a superior is part of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 272 2, 67 | element; thus he speaks of justice, as regards ~"commutations 273 2, 67 | stated above (Q[63], A[1]). ~Justice, however, will remain because 274 2, 67 | is in the will. Hence of justice ~it is specially said that 275 2, 68 | prudence, piety to a kind ~of justice, and fortitude is a moral 276 2, 68 | with prudence, temperance, ~justice, and fortitude, and at the 277 2, 68 | included corresponding to justice, viz. piety, and something ~ 278 2, 68 | Further, piety is a part of justice. But no part of fortitude 279 2, 68 | fortitude itself. Therefore justice ~itself, and not piety, 280 2, 68 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Justice is so called from the rectitude 281 2, 68 | even as temperance, without justice, would not be a ~virtue.~ 282 2, 68 | fortitude fear, even as justice surpasses fortitude, and 283 2, 68 | works on, forms first of all justice, prudence, fortitude, temperance ~. . . 284 2, 69 | beatitudes are included meekness, justice, and ~mercy, which are said 285 2, 69 | and the same applies to justice and mercy. And though these 286 2, 69 | directly ~connected with justice. Therefore the beatitudes 287 2, 69 | neighbor, which pertains to justice - and by a gift, so that 288 2, 69 | by accomplishing works of justice with an ~ardent desire, 289 2, 69 | hunger and thirst after justice." With regard to spontaneous 290 2, 69 | Is. 32:17: "The work ~of justice shall be peace": hence the 291 2, 69 | wit, hunger and thirst for justice, and mercy too, correspond ~ 292 2, 69 | hungering after the works of justice is fortitude of the soul: 293 2, 69 | by delights; hunger, to justice, since who ~hungers is compassionate 294 2, 69 | who recede from acts of justice, and instead of rendering 295 2, 69 | promised those who hunger after justice, that ~they shall have their 296 2, 71 | to ~retain or obtain what justice forbids." Now will is comprised 297 2, 72 | fortitude, to himself; and by ~justice to his neighbor.~Aquin.: 298 2, 72 | extrinsic principle, viz. the justice of the judge, who imposes ~ 299 2, 73 | Prov. 15:5, "In abundant justice there is the greatest strength." 300 2, 73 | Mt. 5:20, seqq.) abundant justice restrains anger, which ~ 301 2, 73 | murder, which less abundant justice ~restrains. Therefore the 302 2, 73 | from sin; for thus abundant justice checks even minor sins.~ 303 2, 73 | a prince were to violate justice, whereas he is set up as ~ 304 2, 73 | set up as ~the guardian of justice, or if a priest were to 305 2, 79 | order of ~His wisdom and justice, since He Himself is Wisdom 306 2, 79 | He Himself is Wisdom and Justice: so that ~if someone sin 307 2, 79 | lost to the glory of His justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 308 2, 79 | itself, but by reason of His justice, or of the good that ensues ~ 309 2, 79 | their loss is due to His justice: and that He vouchsafes 310 2, 81 | grace. In this way original justice, as ~stated in the FP, Q[ 311 2, 81 | Wherefore as that original justice together with the nature ~ 312 2, 81 | matter, but ~of original justice, whereby the body was subjected 313 2, 81 | Now privation of original justice is ~original sin. If, therefore, 314 2, 81 | been deprived of original ~justice: and consequently they would 315 2, 82 | the absence of original justice, as Anselm states (De Concep. 316 2, 82 | was essential to original justice, even as bodily sickness 317 2, 82 | the privation of original justice, and ~besides this, the 318 2, 82 | obstacle, i.e. ~original justice, which hindered inordinate 319 2, 82 | the ~privation of original justice, removing the subjection 320 2, 82 | the harmony ~of original justice is destroyed, the various 321 2, 82 | whole; even as original justice held all ~the soul's parts 322 2, 82 | to the cause of original justice, which is opposed to it. 323 2, 82 | whole order of original justice consists in man's will being 324 2, 82 | the privation of original ~justice, whereby the will was made 325 2, 82 | but privation of original justice, formally.~Aquin.: SMT FS 326 2, 82 | the ~privation of original justice; the other is the relation 327 2, 82 | since the gift of original justice is taken away entirely; 328 2, 82 | Through the bond of original justice being broken, which ~held 329 2, 82 | because the bond of ~original justice is equally broken in all, 330 2, 82 | by the bonds of original justice. This lust is ~equally in 331 2, 83 | sin is opposed to original justice. Now ~original justice was 332 2, 83 | original justice. Now ~original justice was in a power of the soul, 333 2, 83 | Reply OBJ 2: Even original justice pertained radically to the 334 2, 83 | On the contrary, Original justice has a prior relation to 335 2, 85 | Thirdly, the gift of original justice, conferred on the whole 336 2, 85 | deprived of grace by Divine justice. Thus ~even in a blind man 337 2, 85 | As a result of original justice, the reason had perfect ~ 338 2, 85 | Now this same original justice was ~forfeited through the 339 2, 85 | resides, the will, where justice is, the irascible, the subject 340 2, 85 | our first parent original justice was taken away, whereby 341 2, 85 | 1]. Wherefore, original justice being forfeited through 342 2, 85 | the withdrawal of original justice has the character of punishment, ~ 343 2, 85 | ordered ~according to the justice of God Who inflicts them 344 2, 85 | Accordingly, when original justice is removed, the nature of 345 2, 85 | of the body, as original justice did. Wherefore ~actual sin 346 2, 85 | by the gift of original justice, ~gave the body a certain 347 2, 87 | equal to the fault, since justice is equality: ~wherefore 348 2, 87 | delight in the order of His justice, which requires them.~Aquin.: 349 2, 87 | the order, ~and to God's justice. Wherefore, so long as the 350 2, 87 | the vengeance of Divine ~justice: and to be brought to nothing 351 2, 87 | inconsistent with Divine justice for the sinner ~to be brought 352 2, 87 | of punishment that Divine justice requires, as stated ~above ( 353 2, 87 | another sin; for Divine justice has allotted its punishment 354 2, 87 | in the order ~of Divine justice, through being contrary 355 2, 87 | transgresses the order of ~Divine justice, to which he cannot return 356 2, 87 | restores him to the equality of justice; so ~that, according to 357 2, 87 | according to the order of Divine justice, he who has been too ~indulgent 358 2, 87 | restoration of the equality of justice by penal compensation ~is 359 2, 87 | accept the order of Divine justice, that is to say, unless 360 2, 87 | restore the equality of justice, and to remove the scandal 361 2, 87 | and deprived of original justice: and consequently, all the 362 2, 87 | Consequently it belongs to Divine justice to give spiritual goods 363 2, 87 | Div. Nom. viii), "Divine justice does ~not enfeeble the fortitude 364 2, 87 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, human justice springs from Divine justice. 365 2, 87 | justice springs from Divine justice. Now, ~according to human 366 2, 87 | Now, ~according to human justice, children are sometimes 367 2, 87 | also according to ~Divine justice, one is punished for another' 368 2, 87 | punishments which human justice inflicts on one for ~another' 369 2, 88 | additional deformity opposed to justice which ~forbids one to take 370 2, 88 | kill a man may be an act of justice, as ~when a judge condemns 371 2, 89 | was a result ~of original justice. Wherefore that which is 372 2, 91 | Offer up the sacrifice of justice," as though someone asked 373 2, 91 | asked what ~the works of justice are, adds: "Many say, Who 374 2, 91 | Invent. Rhet. ii) that "justice has its source in ~nature; 375 2, 91 | Mt. 5:20: "Unless ~your justice abound more than that of 376 2, 91 | is destitute of original justice, and his reason bereft of ~ 377 2, 91 | according as it results from the justice of the Divine ~law: it is 378 2, 92 | regulated according to Divine ~justice, it follows that the effect 379 2, 92 | in ~opposition to Divine justice; then the law does not make 380 2, 93 | punishment resulting from Divine justice; and in this respect it 381 2, 93 | according to the law of Divine ~justice. Nevertheless in no man 382 2, 95 | to a judge as to animate justice." But animate justice is 383 2, 95 | animate justice." But animate justice is better ~than inanimate 384 2, 95 | is better ~than inanimate justice, which contained in laws. 385 2, 95 | better for the execution of justice to be entrusted to the decision ~ 386 2, 95 | Since then the animated justice of the judge is not found 387 2, 95 | depends on ~the extent of its justice. Now in human affairs a 388 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Justice is included in honesty, 389 2, 96 | upholding of the common good of justice and peace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 390 2, 96 | virtuous; thus the act of justice ~is to do what is right, 391 2, 98 | feareth Him, and worketh justice, ~is acceptable to Him." 392 2, 98 | He teaches not, ~out of justice He teaches not": for this 393 2, 99 | judgment seems to be an act of justice, according to Ps. ~93:15: " 394 2, 99 | according to Ps. ~93:15: "Until justice be turned into judgment." 395 2, 99 | into judgment." But acts of justice, like ~the acts of other 396 2, 99 | general precepts ~of that justice which is to be observed 397 2, 99 | are determinations of the justice to be ~maintained among 398 2, 99 | Judgment denotes execution of justice, by an application of ~the 399 2, 99 | Reply OBJ 3: The act of justice, in general, belongs to 400 2, 99 | precepts belong ~to the act of justice, which is between man and 401 2, 99 | super Marc.) says that ~"justice is in the precepts, charity 402 2, 99 | they testify to the ~Divine justice. Again all the precepts 403 2, 99 | being executions of legal justice. Furthermore the ~commandments 404 2, 99 | 1 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Justice alone, of all the virtues, 405 2, 99 | so far as ~they belong to justice: of which virtue religion 406 2, 99 | although they observed the justice of the Law, met with ~misfortunes - 407 2, 100 | justification is the execution of justice. Therefore ~the moral precepts 408 2, 100 | precepts are only about acts of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 409 2, 100 | character of duty belongs to justice alone and to none of ~the 410 2, 100 | virtues, for the proper act of justice consists in rendering to ~ 411 2, 100 | but only about the acts of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 412 2, 100 | But of all the virtues justice alone regards the common ~ 413 2, 100 | are only about the acts of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 414 2, 100 | man with man pertains to justice, whose ~proper function 415 2, 100 | precepts only about acts of justice; and if it commands ~acts 416 2, 100 | they assume the nature ~of justice, as the Philosopher explains ( 417 2, 100 | 2 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Justice properly so called regards 418 2, 100 | of a kind of metaphorical justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 419 2, 100 | such as regard acts of ~justice; as may be seen by going 420 2, 100 | other virtues as ~it is in justice. Hence the precepts about 421 2, 100 | precepts about acts of ~justice. Wherefore the acts of justice 422 2, 100 | justice. Wherefore the acts of justice especially come under the 423 2, 100 | secondly, to the order of justice and virtue, ~whereby the 424 2, 100 | good, or ~the very order of justice and virtue, such precepts 425 2, 100 | table contain the order of justice ~to be observed among men, 426 2, 100 | contains the very order of justice: for it is a never-failing 427 2, 100 | never-failing principle ~that "justice should be preserved." But 428 2, 100 | fixed modes of observing justice, which fail to apply in 429 2, 100 | the very order of His own justice, since He is justice ~itself. 430 2, 100 | own justice, since He is justice ~itself. Wherefore God cannot 431 2, 100 | not to be subject to His justice, even ~in those matters 432 2, 100 | contains the very essence of justice. Human law cannot make it ~ 433 2, 100 | decalogue, as to the essence ~of justice which they contain, are 434 2, 100 | virtue is that deeds of justice should be done ~justly, 435 2, 100 | The mode of doing acts of justice, which falls under the ~ 436 2, 100 | be done from the habit of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 437 2, 100 | life of man is through justice. Therefore the fulfilling 438 2, 100 | since there is a kind of justice consisting in ~fulfilling 439 2, 100 | moral precepts did not cause justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 440 2, 100 | properly the ~causing of justice; while secondarily and improperly, 441 2, 100 | it may ~denote a sign of justice or a disposition thereto. 442 2, 100 | disposition thereto. If justice be taken in ~the last two 443 2, 100 | possessed of the habit of justice: ~secondly, according as 444 2, 100 | according as he does works of justice, so that in this sense ~ 445 2, 100 | else than the execution of justice. Now justice, ~like the 446 2, 100 | execution of justice. Now justice, ~like the other virtues, 447 2, 100 | grace. The latter is true justice, of which we are ~speaking 448 2, 100 | before God." Hence this justice could not ~be caused by 449 2, 100 | not justify man by causing justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 450 2, 100 | understand the execution of ~justice, thus all the precepts of 451 2, 100 | according to that "general justice" which is ~"every virtue" 452 2, 100 | precepts ~belonged to "special justice," which is about contracts 453 2, 100 | justification for the execution of ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 454 2, 100 | justify man by acquired justice: ~it is not about this that 455 2, 100 | now, but only about that ~justice which is before God.~ 456 2, 102 | circumcision, a seal of the justice of the faith which he ~had, 457 2, 102 | Abraham faith was reputed to justice," for the reason that "against 458 2, 103 | Lord is just and hath loved justice." But ~some pleased God 459 2, 103 | 21, which runs thus: 'If justice be by the Law, ~then Christ 460 2, 103 | Old Law did not ~confer justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 461 2, 104 | that people according to justice and equity. Nevertheless 462 2, 104 | relate to the virtue of justice: ~since a judgment is an 463 2, 104 | execution of the virtue of justice. Now "justice ~is perpetual 464 2, 104 | virtue of justice. Now "justice ~is perpetual and immortal" ( 465 2, 104 | instituted, viz. to establish justice ~and equity among men. Therefore 466 2, 104 | obligation of observing justice is indeed perpetual. ~But 467 2, 104 | precepts directed the people to justice and ~equity, in keeping 468 2, 105 | become tyrants and forsake ~justice. He also appointed the manner 469 2, 105 | depart from the paths of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 470 2, 105 | doubtful points in matters of justice. Now a matter ~may be doubtful 471 2, 105 | feareth Him and worketh justice is acceptable to Him." But 472 2, 105 | Israelites as executor of ~Divine justice: for it is written (Dt. 473 2, 105 | bound to ~do from motives of justice on account of his relationship." 474 2, 106 | and the ministration of justice: because ~through the gift 475 2, 106 | gift of the Spirit we work justice, and are delivered from ~ 476 2, 107 | be sought out of love of ~justice, and not as a punishment 477 2, 108 | not meat and drink; ~but justice and peace and joy in the 478 2, 108 | to the common ~notion of justice. Consequently Our Lord left 479 2, 108 | Now judgment is an act of justice, according to Ps. 18:15: " 480 2, 108 | according to Ps. 18:15: "Until justice ~be turned into judgment." 481 2, 108 | commanded to be done for justice's sake, should be done out 482 2, 108 | this precept was given that justice ~might be safeguarded, not 483 2, 108 | done in order to safeguard justice, not to ~encourage covetousness. 484 2, 108 | this for the fulfilment of ~justice, as stated above (Q[105], 485 2, 108 | not forbid the judgment of justice, without ~which holy things 486 2, 109 | when a man does ~works of justice, fortitude, and of other 487 2, 109 | of sin to the state of ~justice without the help of external 488 2, 109 | from sin to the state of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 489 2, 109 | state of sin to a state of ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 490 2, 109 | the supernatural good of justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 491 2, 109 | by the eternal light of justice." ~But justification is 492 2, 110 | makes a thing white, and justice, just.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 493 2, 111 | says (Ethic. v, 1) ~"that justice is the most excellent of 494 2, 112 | it would be against the justice which He ~Himself established. 495 2, 112 | motion, which ought not, in justice, to fail.~Aquin.: SMT FS 496 2, 113 | sin is opposed not only to justice, but to all the ~other virtues, 497 2, 113 | certain movement towards justice. Therefore not even remission 498 2, 113 | faith or charity rather than justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 499 2, 113 | towards ~heat. But since justice, by its nature, implies 500 2, 113 | order in man's act, and thus justice is placed amongst the ~virtues -


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