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1 1, 13 | condition; for their meaning is bound up with time and ~composition 2 1, 25 | it is not for one who is bound ~by laws of a superior to 3 1, 25 | be done. But God is not bound to do what He does not; 4 1, 25 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God is bound to nobody but Himself. Hence, 5 1, 47 | turned away from God were bound ~down to bodies according 6 1, 53 | under a place; hence it is bound to follow the laws of place 7 1, 64 | demons are not actually bound within the fire of hell 8 1, 65 | turned from God, and ~became bound to different kinds of bodies 9 1, 68 | explanation we are, therefore, not bound to hold ~that a different 10 1, 69 | who have ~set the sand a bound for the sea?"~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 48 | turned away from God were bound ~down to bodies according 12 1, 54 | under a place; hence it is bound to follow the laws of place 13 1, 65 | demons are not actually bound within the fire of hell 14 1, 66 | turned from God, and ~became bound to different kinds of bodies 15 1, 69 | explanation we are, therefore, not bound to hold ~that a different 16 1, 70 | who have ~set the sand a bound for the sea?"~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 78 | one of its powers, we are bound to ~say that there are as 18 1, 88 | accidentally through its being bound up with the body, ~as the 19 1, 89 | was part of that light bound up with the body.~Aquin.: 20 1, 115 | since so much the more it is bound up with second causes.~Aquin.: 21 2, 6 | his act, which he was not bound to know, the result ~being 22 2, 6 | ignorance of what a man is bound to know. The ~second, with 23 2, 9 | power ~of the soul, not bound to a bodily organ: wherefore 24 2, 10 | that his reason is wholly ~bound, so that he has not the 25 2, 19 | conscience tells him that he ~is bound by precept to do what is 26 2, 19 | commandment, he would not be bound to abide by reason: but 27 2, 19 | Divine Law, which he is bound to know. But if a man's 28 2, 19 | sin. If therefore man were bound to conform his will to the ~ 29 2, 19 | would follow that a man ~is bound to will his own damnation. 30 2, 19 | OBJ 3: Further, no one is bound to will what is against 31 2, 19 | piety. Therefore ~man is not bound to conform his will to the 32 2, 19 | wills." But ~everyone is bound to have an upright heart. 33 2, 19 | heart. Therefore everyone is bound ~to will what God wills.~( 34 2, 19 | act. If therefore man is bound to conform his will to the 35 2, 19 | it ~follows that he is bound to conform it, as to the 36 2, 19 | Therefore the ~human will is bound to be conformed to the Divine 37 2, 19 | willed formally, for it is bound to will the Divine and universal ~ 38 2, 19 | this respect we are not ~bound to conform our will to the 39 2, 21 | respect of ~which he is bound to serve the community.~ 40 2, 28 | are frozen, are closely bound together, so as to be hard ~ 41 2, 50 | intellect for all men, were bound to hold that habits of knowledge 42 2, 71 | to church," when he ~is bound to go - exterior, as when 43 2, 71 | the very hour that he is ~bound to go to church (or even 44 2, 71 | him from that which he is bound to do, in which case he 45 2, 71 | of not ~doing what one is bound to do is a sin.~Aquin.: 46 2, 71 | at the time that he ~is bound to go to church, does not 47 2, 76 | rightly. Wherefore all are ~bound in common to know the articles 48 2, 76 | and each individual is bound to know matters ~regarding 49 2, 76 | aptitude to know, yet he is not bound to know them, ~such as the 50 2, 76 | ignorance of what one is bound to know, is a sin; ~whereas 51 2, 76 | be about matters one is bound to know; but not, if it 52 2, 76 | about things ~one is not bound to know.~Aquin.: SMT FS 53 2, 76 | be about ~matters one is bound and able to know. Consequently 54 2, 76 | being of matters one is not bound to know, then such like 55 2, 79 | to steer while able and ~bound to steer. It is therefore 56 2, 81 | the Catholic Faith we are bound to hold that ~the first 57 2, 89 | is the time ~when man is bound by God's affirmative precept, 58 2, 90 | law is promulgated, are ~bound to observe the law, in so 59 2, 96 | neither in such matters is man bound to obey the law, provided ~ 60 2, 96 | need not for any reason be bound by the public ~law." Now 61 2, 96 | exempt from the law is not bound thereby. Therefore not all 62 2, 96 | city or kingdom are not bound by the ~laws of the sovereign 63 2, 96 | these matters, he is not bound by the mandate of the ~lower 64 2, 98 | 1/1~Whether all men were bound to observe the Old Law?~ 65 2, 98 | would seem that all men were bound to observe the Old Law. ~ 66 2, 98 | inhabitants of the earth were bound to observe ~the Law.~Aquin.: 67 2, 98 | in the Old Law, all were bound to observe ~the Old Law; 68 2, 98 | the service ~of God are bound to certain obligations to 69 2, 98 | which the laity are not bound; ~likewise religious are 70 2, 98 | likewise religious are bound by their profession to certain 71 2, 98 | living in the world are not bound. In like ~manner this people 72 2, 98 | manner this people was bound to certain special observances, 73 2, 98 | other peoples were not bound. Wherefore it is written ( 74 2, 98 | are subject to a king, are bound to observe his law ~which 75 2, 98 | household, others are not bound thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FS 76 2, 98 | more the Jewish people were bound to the worship ~of God, 77 2, 100 | his father and mother, is bound to honor them from charity, 78 2, 102 | freely, and no one ~was bound to offer them against his 79 2, 102 | this order is that man is bound to ~God, chiefly on account 80 2, 102 | was that they should be bound in ~their hands, i.e. in 81 2, 104 | them, as though one were bound by the Law, ~is prejudicial 82 2, 105 | present, the borrower is not bound to make restitution. ~Secondly, 83 2, 105 | deteriorated in his absence, he was bound to make restitution. But 84 2, 105 | care ~of them, he was not bound to make restitution, especially 85 2, 105 | case, however, a ~man was bound to restore to the owner 86 2, 105 | mentioned above, he was not bound to ~make restitution; but 87 2, 105 | then the depositary was bound ~to restitution on account 88 2, 105 | held an animal on loan, was bound to restitution, even if 89 2, 105 | precept, which all were bound to know. The third degree 90 2, 105 | and for this reason were bound to the service of God, He ~ 91 2, 105 | died. ~Nevertheless he was bound to pay the doctor's fees 92 2, 105 | as his brother would be bound to ~do from motives of justice 93 2, 106 | things, to wit, that we are bound to ~believe and to do. But 94 2, 107 | those things which we are bound to believe, the New Law 95 2, 108 | is no liberty when man is bound to do or avoid certain external ~ 96 2, 108 | to a poor man, not being bound so to do, he follows the ~ 97 2, 108 | his enemies when he is not bound to, or if he forgive an 98 2, 2 | Whether all are equally bound to explicit faith?~(7) Whether 99 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Whether man is bound to believe anything explicitly?~ 100 2, 2 | would seem that man is not bound to believe anything ~explicitly. 101 2, 2 | explicitly. For no man is bound to do what is not in his 102 2, 2 | sent?" Therefore man is not bound to believe anything explicitly.~ 103 2, 2 | charity. Now man is not bound to keep the precepts of 104 2, 2 | Therefore neither is man bound to believe anything explicitly, 105 2, 2 | of the Law, which man is bound to fulfil, ~concern acts 106 2, 2 | articles of faith, man is ~bound to believe them, just as 107 2, 2 | believe them, just as he is bound to have faith; but as to 108 2, 2 | points of faith, man is not bound to believe them explicitly, 109 2, 2 | Scriptures. Then alone is ~he bound to believe such things explicitly, 110 2, 2 | help of grace, then we are bound to do many ~things which 111 2, 2 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Man is bound to love definitely those 112 2, 2 | Whether all are equally bound to have explicit faith?~ 113 2, 2 | seem that all are equally bound to have explicit faith. ~ 114 2, 2 | explicit faith. ~For all are bound to those things which are 115 2, 2 | Therefore ~all are equally bound to have explicit faith.~ 116 2, 2 | matters that he is not ~bound to believe. But simple reasons 117 2, 2 | faith. Therefore all are bound to believe ~everything explicitly.~ 118 2, 2 | Further, if the simple are bound to have, not explicit but 119 2, 2 | are, therefore, equally bound to have explicit faith.~ 120 2, 2 | is to teach others, are bound to believe explicitly more 121 2, 2 | Christ. For man is ~not bound to believe explicitly what 122 2, 2 | Therefore men were not bound to ~believe explicitly in 123 2, 2 | even the teachers were ~not bound to explicit faith in Christ.~ 124 2, 2 | learned and simple folk are bound to ~explicit faith in the 125 2, 2 | Incarnation, men have been bound to believe them more or 126 2, 2 | is no water"; nor ~was he bound to believe explicitly, before 127 2, 2 | Further, that which we are bound to believe explicitly of 128 2, 2 | been revealed, all were ~bound to explicit faith in the 129 2, 3 | the simple folk are ~not bound to confess the faith.~Aquin.: 130 2, 3 | in danger, every one ~is bound to proclaim his faith to 131 2, 10 | the other partner is not bound to ~cohabitation." Much 132 2, 10 | 2: Further, one is more bound to succor a man who is in 133 2, 11 | dignity, for we are not bound by ~charity to wish others 134 2, 11 | salvation in ~many, we are not bound out of charity to wish such 135 2, 12 | religious life to which he was bound by profession, or from the 136 2, 12 | defense of the republic," were bound to obey. Therefore subjects 137 2, 12 | allegiance whereby they were bound to him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 138 2, 15 | of the Law is so closely bound up with the ~priestly office 139 2, 15 | of ~God's law is not so bound up with the kingly office, 140 2, 15 | of ours, not that we are bound to be ~always actually thinking 141 2, 21 | observances to which man is bound as under a duty, ~it is 142 2, 24 | charity?~(9) Whether we are bound to show them tokens of friendship?~( 143 2, 24 | enumerate the things we are bound to love out of charity.~ 144 2, 24 | would seem that a man is bound to love himself out of charity. ~ 145 2, 24 | is as ~such that we are bound to love them.~Aquin.: SMT 146 2, 24 | only beware, as in duty bound, of being overcome by evil, ~ 147 2, 24 | would seem that we are not bound to love the angels out of ~ 148 2, 24 | species. Therefore we are not bound to ~love them out of charity.~ 149 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Whether we are bound to love the demons out of 150 2, 24 | in the sinner, we are bound, out ~of charity, to love 151 2, 25 | Whether out of charity, man is bound to love God more than himself?~ 152 2, 25 | would seem that man is not bound, out of charity, to love 153 2, 25 | himself. Therefore man is not bound, out ~of charity, to love 154 2, 25 | not follow that a man is bound to love his neighbor more ~ 155 2, 25 | would seem that a man is not bound to love his neighbor more ~ 156 2, 25 | more. Now every man is not bound to imperil his own body ~ 157 2, 25 | Therefore a man is not bound, out of charity, to love ~ 158 2, 25 | regards ~beneficence we are bound to observe this inequality, 159 2, 25 | Evang. xxx). Now we are bound to do acts of love to others 160 2, 25 | father. Therefore we are not bound to love our kindred most 161 2, 25 | of his body, whom he is ~bound to support in bodily sustenance.~ 162 2, 25 | more to whom we are more ~bound to do good. Now we are more 163 2, 25 | do good. Now we are more bound to do good to our children 164 2, 25 | necessity the child is bound out of the favors received 165 2, 29 | would seem that we are not bound to do good to all. For ~ 166 2, 29 | individual that one may be bound to do ~good to him in some 167 2, 29 | nature. ~Accordingly we are bound to succor the sinner as 168 2, 29 | succor lest it fail, ~we are bound to help them: for instance, 169 2, 29 | would seem that we are nor bound to do good to those rather ~ 170 2, 29 | us. Therefore ~we are not bound to do good to those rather 171 2, 29 | soldier on the battlefield is bound to help a ~fellow-soldier 172 2, 29 | acts of kindness we are not bound to give the ~preference 173 2, 29 | 14. Therefore we are not bound to be ~more beneficent to 174 2, 30 | needs of all, we are not bound ~to relieve all who are 175 2, 30 | taken]. Accordingly we are bound to give alms of our surplus, 176 2, 30 | not give alms since he is bound to restore them.~Aquin.: 177 2, 30 | cheating. In these ~cases he is bound to restitution, and consequently 178 2, 30 | follows that all such as are bound by these laws are bound ~ 179 2, 30 | bound by these laws are bound ~to make restitution of 180 2, 30 | in which ~case he is not bound to restitution, because 181 2, 30 | it seems that we are not bound to give ~alms to those who 182 2, 31 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: We are bound to pay that which is due 183 2, 31 | charge of some person is bound to seek him out, in order 184 2, 31 | the other hand, we are not bound to seek someone on whom 185 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~Whether a mann is bound to correct his prelate?~ 186 2, 31 | would seem that no man is bound to correct his prelate. 187 2, 31 | person towards whom ~he is bound by charity, provided there 188 2, 31 | inscription." [*The accuser was bound by Roman Law to ~endorse ( 189 2, 31 | inscription was that the accuser bound himself, if he ~failed to 190 2, 31 | Further, religious are bound to obey their prelates. 191 2, 31 | would seem that they are bound to tell them ~this, even 192 2, 31 | make worse." Now we are bound by the precept of charity 193 2, 31 | in his Rule that "we are ~bound to reveal" a brother's sin, 194 2, 33 | of ~virtue that he is not bound to do, this is not a sin 195 2, 38 | virginity, ~because they are bound to a yet greater good.~Aquin.: 196 2, 38 | lies are. But since we are bound to keep faith with ~all 197 2, 38 | xv). Therefore, as one is bound to keep faith with one's 198 2, 38 | him. Now we are not always bound to do ~this, since even 199 2, 41 | mortal sin: because one is bound to hinder ~the damnation 200 2, 41 | account of scandal, we are bound to ~forego them, and sometimes 201 2, 41 | sometimes we are not so bound, whether we forego them 202 2, 41 | Therefore we are not always bound to forego our temporal ~ 203 2, 42 | objects. Since, then, man is bound to love four things out 204 2, 45 | thought that man is not ~bound to seek other than his own 205 2, 58 | that we are not ~always bound to judge according to the 206 2, 60 | taken something away is bound to restore ~it?~(7) Whether 207 2, 60 | Whether any other person is bound to restitution?~(8) Whether 208 2, 60 | restitution?~(8) Whether one is bound to restore at once?~Aquin.: 209 2, 60 | like, seemingly he is not bound to restore the benefice, 210 2, 60 | doing, and ~then he is not bound to restitution. Secondly, 211 2, 60 | unjustly, and then he is bound to restore that man's good 212 2, 60 | so doing, and then he is bound to restore his good name 213 2, 60 | conferred on him, one is bound to make some ~compensation, 214 2, 60 | person: but one is not ~bound in equivalent, because that 215 2, 60 | consequently he would be bound to compensation in equivalent, 216 2, 60 | sheep." Now everyone is bound to keep the ~commandments 217 2, 60 | law. Therefore a thief is bound to restore ~four- or fivefold.~ 218 2, 60 | fourfold." Therefore a ~man is bound to restore several times 219 2, 60 | deprived of what he is not bound ~to give. Now a judge justly 220 2, 60 | damages. Therefore a man is bound to pay it, ~and consequently 221 2, 60 | by the judge, he is not ~bound to restore more than he 222 2, 60 | he is condemned, he is ~bound to pay the penalty.~Aquin.: 223 2, 60 | coming of Christ no man is ~bound to keep the judicial precepts, 224 2, 60 | to do more than he was ~bound to do; hence he had said 225 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man is bound to restore what he has not 226 2, 60 | would seem that a man is bound to restore what he has not ~ 227 2, 60 | inflicted a loss on a man is bound to remove that ~loss. Now 228 2, 60 | thus you would seem ~to be bound to make restitution accordingly. 229 2, 60 | accordingly. Therefore a man is bound to ~restore what he has 230 2, 60 | it seems that ~a man is bound to restore what he did not 231 2, 60 | Divine justice. Now a man ~is bound to restore to God more than 232 2, 60 | loss.'] Therefore a man is ~bound to make restitution according 233 2, 60 | destroying his house he is bound to pay him the value of 234 2, 60 | stated above. ~However he is bound to make some compensation, 235 2, 60 | OBJ 3: Further, no man is bound to do what is impossible. 236 2, 60 | or deceit, she would be bound to restitution.~Aquin.: 237 2, 60 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: A man is bound, out of his own property, 238 2, 60 | it is clear that ~he is bound to restitution, by handing 239 2, 60 | taken a thing is always bound to restitution?~Aquin.: 240 2, 60 | taken a thing is not always bound ~to restore it. Restitution 241 2, 60 | OBJ 2: Further, no man is bound to reveal his own crime. 242 2, 60 | taken a thing is not always bound to ~restitution.~Aquin.: 243 2, 60 | takes a thing is not ~always bound to restitution.~Aquin.: 244 2, 60 | contrary, He that has sinned is bound to satisfaction. Now ~restitution 245 2, 60 | that has taken a thing ~is bound to restore it.~Aquin.: SMT 246 2, 60 | of the thing taken, he is bound to restore it as long as 247 2, 60 | which case the thief is bound to restitution not only 248 2, 60 | gain nothing thereby, is bound to compensate the injured ~ 249 2, 60 | of theft or robbery, is bound to make ~compensation for 250 2, 60 | and ~then, the taker is bound to restitution, not only 251 2, 60 | lost the thing: for he ~is bound to compensate the person 252 2, 60 | grants a favor; ~but he is bound to restitution on account 253 2, 60 | on his ~part, he is not bound to restitution, although 254 2, 60 | of what is his, both are bound to restitution, he ~that 255 2, 60 | 2: Although a man is not bound to reveal his crime to other ~ 256 2, 60 | to other ~men, yet is he bound to reveal it to God in confession; 257 2, 60 | one, the others are not bound to any further ~restitution 258 2, 60 | sinned. Therefore none are bound to ~restitution save the 259 2, 60 | Therefore the others are ~not bound to restitution.~Aquin.: 260 2, 60 | OBJ 3: Further, no man is bound to expose himself to danger, 261 2, 60 | him. ~Therefore one is not bound to restitution, through 262 2, 60 | manner they that consent ~are bound to restitution.~Aquin.: 263 2, 60 | above (A[6]), a person is bound to restitution ~not only 264 2, 60 | of an ~unjust taking is bound to restitution. This happens 265 2, 60 | provided he be able and bound to prevent him), either 266 2, 60 | the cooperator ~is always bound to restitution. First, in 267 2, 60 | chief mover, wherefore he is bound to restitution ~principally. 268 2, 60 | the ~theft, whereas he is bound to do so; for instance, 269 2, 60 | persons in authority ~who are bound to safeguard justice on 270 2, 60 | safeguard justice on earth, are bound to restitution, if ~by their 271 2, 60 | above, a man is not always bound to ~restitution: because 272 2, 60 | counsellor or flatterer is bound to ~restitution, only when 273 2, 60 | Reply OBJ 1: Not only is he bound to restitution who commits 274 2, 60 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: He is bound chiefly to restitution, 275 2, 60 | restitution, ~another is not bound to make restitution to the 276 2, 60 | possession of the thing, are ~bound to compensate those who 277 2, 60 | reprehend him is not always bound to restitution, but only 278 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man is bound to immediate restitution, 279 2, 60 | would seem that a man is not bound to immediate restitution, ~ 280 2, 60 | Therefore a man is not bound to immediate ~restitution.~ 281 2, 60 | OBJ 2: Further, no man is bound to do what is impossible. 282 2, 60 | once. Therefore no man is ~bound to immediate restitution.~ 283 2, 60 | fixed time, so that a man be bound to restore ~at once.~Aquin.: 284 2, 60 | a short time; and one is bound to renounce ~one's sin at 285 2, 60 | serpent." Consequently one is bound to immediate restitution, ~ 286 2, 60 | make it. He ~is, however, bound either himself or through 287 2, 60 | determinate, and we are ~bound to observe it: and since 288 2, 62 | in itself, ~since we are bound to have charity towards 289 2, 62 | instance, when a judge, who is bound to ~judge according to the 290 2, 62 | clerics and laymen are alike bound to observe the moral precepts. ~ 291 2, 62 | other man, since one is bound to take more care of one' 292 2, 64 | civil law the finder is ~bound to give half to the owner 293 2, 64 | burdens the depositary, who is bound either to ~restitution, 294 2, 64 | clearly guilty of ~sin, and is bound to ease the depositary of 295 2, 64 | retainer, and ~so he is not bound to restitution or compensation: 296 2, 64 | and whoever does so is bound to restitution.~Aquin.: 297 2, 64 | robbery, ~so that they are not bound to restitution. Nevertheless 298 2, 64 | guilty of robbery, and are bound to ~restitution.~Aquin.: 299 2, 64 | prey." Wherefore they are bound to restitution, just as ~ 300 2, 65 | punishment, since every judge is bound to give each man his right. ~ 301 2, 66 | inquiry:~(1) Whether a man is bound to accuse?~(2) Whether the 302 2, 66 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man is bound to accuse?~Aquin.: SMT SS 303 2, 66 | would seem that a man is not bound to accuse. For no man is ~ 304 2, 66 | Therefore a man is not bound by a Divine precept to accuse.~ 305 2, 66 | OBJ 3: Further, no man is bound to act against the fidelity 306 2, 66 | Therefore a man is ~not bound to accuse.~Aquin.: SMT SS 307 2, 66 | commonwealth, a man is bound to accusation, provided 308 2, 66 | sufficient proof, a man is not bound to ~attempt to accuse, since 309 2, 66 | accuse, since no man is bound to do what he cannot duly ~ 310 2, 66 | fail to do what ~one is bound to do, since virtuous acts 311 2, 66 | unlawful, because one is not bound to disclose every crime, 312 2, 66 | another." [*The accuser was bound by ~Roman Law to endorse ( 313 2, 66 | inscription was that the accuser bound himself, if ~he failed to 314 2, 66 | prove his indictment is bound to the ~punishment of retaliation?~ 315 2, 66 | prove his indictment ~is not bound to the punishment of retaliation. 316 2, 66 | prove his ~indictment is not bound to the punishment of retaliation.~ 317 2, 66 | defamation." Therefore he is not bound to suffer the punishment 318 2, 67 | accuser. ~Therefore he is not bound to tell the truth: and so 319 2, 67 | death, since one is more ~bound towards oneself than towards 320 2, 67 | mortal ~sin, because we are bound by precept to "do all to 321 2, 67 | Therefore the accused is in duty bound to tell the judge the truth 322 2, 67 | justice, the accused is not bound to satisfy him, and he may 323 2, 67 | on him by one ~whom he is bound to obey.~Aquin.: SMT SS 324 2, 67 | injury to one whom he is bound to obey, since he ~refuses 325 2, 67 | sometimes, for a man is not bound ~to divulge all truth, but 326 2, 67 | the truth that he is not bound ~to avow, by suitable means, 327 2, 67 | questions ~as he is not bound to answer. This is not to 328 2, 67 | withhold a truth that he is bound to avow, or to ~employ guile 329 2, 67 | death: wherefore he is not bound to do anything ~from which 330 2, 68 | inquiry:~(1) Whether a man is bound to give evidence?~(2) Whether 331 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man is bound to give evidence?~Aquin.: 332 2, 68 | would seem that a man is not bound to give evidence. Augustine ~ 333 2, 68 | Therefore a man is not bound to give ~evidence.~Aquin.: 334 2, 68 | OBJ 2: Further, no man is bound to act deceitfully. Now 335 2, 68 | Therefore a man is not always bound to give evidence, especially 336 2, 68 | priests, more than others, are bound to ~those things that are 337 2, 68 | pertaining to justice, he is bound to obey, ~without doubt 338 2, 68 | obey, ~without doubt he is bound to give evidence on those 339 2, 68 | has preceded, he is not bound to give ~evidence. On the 340 2, 68 | of ~a superior whom he is bound to obey, we must make a 341 2, 68 | loss, in ~such cases he is bound to give evidence. Even if 342 2, 68 | is not ~demanded, he is bound to do what he can to declare 343 2, 68 | condemnation, ~one is not bound to give evidence, except 344 2, 68 | such a nature ~that one is bound to make them known as soon 345 2, 68 | like matter that a man is bound to make known either by 346 2, 68 | they are such as one is not bound to make known, so that one 347 2, 68 | case one is by no means bound to make them known, even ~ 348 2, 69 | Whether an advocate is bound to defend the suits of the 349 2, 69 | 1~Whether an advocate is bound to defend the suits of the 350 2, 69 | seem that an advocate is bound to defend the suits of ~ 351 2, 69 | Therefore an advocate is bound to defend the suits of the ~ 352 2, 69 | talent." Now every man is bound, not to hide but faithfully 353 2, 69 | Therefore an advocate is ~bound to plead for the poor.~Aquin.: 354 2, 69 | such a case an ~advocate is bound to defend the poor man's 355 2, 69 | give food is not always bound ~to feed the needy. Therefore 356 2, 69 | neither is an advocate always bound to ~defend the suits of 357 2, 69 | place," because one is not bound to search ~throughout the 358 2, 69 | time," because one is not bound ~to provide for the future 359 2, 69 | otherwise, and then one is bound ~to bestow the work of mercy 360 2, 69 | to help him, ~one is not bound so strictly to help the 361 2, 69 | do so where one is ~not bound to. Therefore an advocate 362 2, 69 | an advocate is not always bound to defend the ~suits of 363 2, 69 | and therefore they are bound to help. But they would 364 2, 69 | But they would not be so ~bound if help were possible from 365 2, 69 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: A man is bound to make good use of the 366 2, 69 | A[7]), that all such are bound to restitution. Now it is 367 2, 69 | sins grievously, and is bound to restitution of the loss ~ 368 2, 69 | granting what he is ~not bound to grant. Now it is evident 369 2, 69 | advocate is not always ~bound to consent to plead, or 370 2, 69 | Reply OBJ 1: Man is not bound to do gratuitously whatever 371 2, 69 | and yet he is not ~always bound to give his services gratuitously.~ 372 2, 69 | party, since ~the judge is bound to pronounce a just verdict, 373 2, 70 | necessary. But he is not always bound to do this actually: since 374 2, 70 | said against us. For we are bound to hold our minds ~prepared 375 2, 71 | mortal sin. And ~one is bound to restore a man his good 376 2, 71 | that one is not always ~bound to withstand a backbiter.~ 377 2, 71 | reason whereby a man is bound to raise another ~man's 378 2, 74 | OBJ 2: Further, all are bound to bless God, according 379 2, 74 | to anyone, indeed we are ~bound to pray that all may be 380 2, 75 | 3) Whether the seller is bound to reveal a fault in the 381 2, 75 | fraudulent sale, but ~he is also bound to restitution. But if any 382 2, 75 | 2]). Nevertheless he is bound to ~compensate the buyer, 383 2, 75 | buys it unjustly and is bound to ~restitution: and the 384 2, 75 | 1~Whether the seller is bound to state the defects of 385 2, 75 | seem that the seller is not bound to state the defects ~of 386 2, 75 | Therefore the seller is not bound to state the defects ~of 387 2, 75 | for sale. Now one is not bound to offer ~advice to all 388 2, 75 | less ~therefore is a seller bound to tell the faults of what 389 2, 75 | 4: Further, if one were bound to tell the faults of what 390 2, 75 | and the seller will ~be bound to compensation for the 391 2, 75 | from the ~price, he is not bound to state the defect of the 392 2, 75 | 3: Although a man is not bound strictly speaking to tell ~ 393 2, 75 | to virtue, yet he is so bound ~in a case when, unless 394 2, 75 | although he does not seem to be bound ~to do this as a debt of 395 2, 76 | loan?~(3) Whether a man is bound to restore just gains derived 396 2, 76 | for doing what one is not bound to do. But one who has money 397 2, 76 | one who has money is not ~bound in every case to lend it 398 2, 76 | usury: and just as a ~man is bound to restore other ill-gotten 399 2, 76 | ill-gotten goods, so is he bound to restore ~the money which 400 2, 76 | OBJ 4: A man is not always bound to lend, and for this reason 401 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 5: He that is not bound to lend, may accept repayment 402 2, 76 | Ethic. v, 5, one is in duty bound by a ~point of honor, to 403 2, 76 | recipient of a loan, is bound by a natural ~debt to repay 404 2, 76 | such a debt a man may be bound by a fixed ~contract; and 405 2, 76 | its ~consumption is not bound to repay more than he received 406 2, 76 | at his own risk and is ~bound to pay it all back: wherefore 407 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man is bound to restore whatever profits 408 2, 76 | would seem that a man is bound to restore whatever profits 409 2, 76 | usury. ~Therefore he is bound to restore it.~Aquin.: SMT 410 2, 76 | money he paid. But he was bound ~to restore the money gained 411 2, 76 | usury. Therefore he is also bound to ~restore what he acquired 412 2, 76 | forth, the lender is not ~bound to restore more than he 413 2, 76 | retaining them: for then he is bound to make good the loss.~Aquin.: 414 2, 76 | his house or land, he is bound to restore not only the 415 2, 77 | restore, or when a priest is bound to say Mass, and is prevented 416 2, 77 | due ~and to which one is bound. Now no man is bound to 417 2, 77 | is bound. Now no man is bound to the impossible: ~wherefore 418 2, 77 | continence. Again a priest is not bound to say Mass, except he ~ 419 2, 77 | like manner, a person is bound to restitution, supposing ~ 420 2, 77 | the act to ~which he is bound. But this does not seem 421 2, 78 | due is that which one is ~bound to render by reason of a 422 2, 78 | is that to which one is bound in respect of the rectitude ~ 423 2, 79 | Dei x, 1). And we are ~bound to serve not only God, but 424 2, 79 | He to Whom we ought to be bound as to our unfailing ~principle; 425 2, 81 | the other hand ~we are not bound to pray for the good, since 426 2, 81 | A[7]). Wherefore we are bound to pray for our enemies 427 2, 81 | the same manner ~as we are bound to love them. Now it was 428 2, 81 | 25], AA[8],9), how we are bound to love our enemies, ~namely, 429 2, 83 | virtue?~(4) Whether all are bound to offer sacrifice?~Aquin.: 430 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~Whether all are bound to offer sacrifices?~Aquin.: 431 2, 83 | would seem that all are not bound to offer sacrifices. The ~ 432 2, 83 | people. Therefore all are not bound ~to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: 433 2, 83 | significations. Therefore not all are bound to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: 434 2, 83 | Therefore not all are ~bound to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: 435 2, 83 | above (A[1]). Now all are bound to do that which is of the 436 2, 83 | law. Therefore all are bound to offer sacrifice to God.~ 437 2, 83 | sacrifice, which all are bound to offer, ~since all are 438 2, 83 | who are under the Law ~are bound to offer certain definite 439 2, 83 | were not under the Law were bound to ~perform certain outward 440 2, 83 | precept; and to these all are bound, while others are works 441 2, 83 | and to these all are not bound.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 442 2, 83 | Reply OBJ 1: All were not bound to offer those particular 443 2, 83 | in the Law: but they were bound to some sacrifices ~inward 444 2, 84 | first-fruits, whether men are bound to offer ~them?~Aquin.: 445 2, 84 | would seem that men are not bound by precept to make ~oblations. 446 2, 84 | oblations. Men are not bound, at the time of the Gospel, 447 2, 84 | 3: Further, if anyone is bound to give a certain thing 448 2, 84 | in four ways that one is ~bound to make oblations. First, 449 2, 84 | custom; ~for the faithful are bound at certain solemn feasts 450 2, 84 | the New Law men are not bound to make oblations on ~account 451 2, 84 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Some are bound to make oblations, both 452 2, 84 | or promise: for they are bound to offer in reality that ~ 453 2, 84 | make the oblations they are bound to make ~may be punished 454 2, 84 | vow, whereby a man has ~bound himself to offer without 455 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~Whether men are bound to pay first-fruits?~Aquin.: 456 2, 84 | would seem that men are not bound to pay first-fruits. After ~ 457 2, 84 | Therefore other nations ~are not bound to pay first-fruits.~Aquin.: 458 2, 84 | OBJ 3: That which one is bound to do should be something 459 2, 84 | first-fruits. Therefore one is not bound of necessity to pay ~them.~ 460 2, 84 | virtue of which men are bound to pay ~first-fruits according 461 2, 85 | inquiry:~(1) Whether men are bound by precept to pay tithes?~( 462 2, 85 | Para. 1/1~Whether men are bound to pay tithes under a necessity 463 2, 85 | would seem that men are not bound by precept to pay tithes. ~ 464 2, 85 | Therefore men are not bound now to pay tithes.~Aquin.: 465 2, 85 | the time of grace men are bound only to those ~things which 466 2, 85 | time of grace men are not bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT 467 2, 85 | grace, men are not more bound to the ~legal observances 468 2, 85 | the time of grace are men bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT 469 2, 85 | in the Old Law men were bound to pay three kinds of ~tithe. 470 2, 85 | time of grace men are not bound to pay the ~second and third 471 2, 85 | Neither therefore are they bound to pay the ~first.~Aquin.: 472 2, 85 | the time of grace men are bound, under necessity of precept, 473 2, 85 | time ~of grace men are not bound under necessity of precept 474 2, 85 | binding. Indeed they are bound to be observed by ~some, 475 2, 85 | done his subjects would be bound to obey. In like ~manner 476 2, 85 | Para. 1/1~Whether men are bound to pay tithes of all things?~ 477 2, 85 | would seem that men are not bound to give tithes of all ~things. 478 2, 85 | soldiering. Therefore no man is bound to pay tithes on such ~things.~ 479 2, 85 | on these things is a man bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT 480 2, 85 | Wherefore in the New Law men are bound to ~pay personal tithes, 481 2, 85 | usury: and these a man is bound to restore, and not to ~ 482 2, 85 | of ~usury, the usurer is bound to pay tithes on the produce, 483 2, 85 | Such things a man is not bound to restore, and consequently 484 2, 85 | and consequently he is bound ~to pay tithes on them in 485 2, 85 | Therefore now too men are not bound to pay tithes on such minute 486 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 4: A man is not bound to pay tithes on what he 487 2, 85 | pays, the other ~is not bound. Tithes are due on the fruits 488 2, 85 | Whether the clergy also are bound to pay tithes?~Aquin.: SMT 489 2, 85 | seem that clerics also are bound to pay tithes. By ~common 490 2, 85 | seem that the ~clergy are bound to pay predial tithes.~Aquin.: 491 2, 85 | clerics; and yet they are bound to ~pay tithes to churches 492 2, 85 | Therefore the clergy are bound to pay tithes to the ~Sovereign 493 2, 85 | less than the laity are bound to pay tithes to the ~clergy.~ 494 2, 85 | ecclesiastical property, are not ~bound to pay tithes; whereas from 495 2, 85 | similar manner, they are bound to the ~payment of tithes.~ 496 2, 85 | clergy like ~anyone else are bound to pay tithes on their own 497 2, 85 | things to the people, are not bound to pay tithes, but ~they 498 2, 85 | the ordinary law they are bound to pay tithes, but they 499 2, 85 | same reason the clergy are bound now to pay tithes to the 500 2, 85 | accepting tithes, but they are bound to pay them.~


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