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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | wise man to arrange and to judge, and since lesser matters 2 1, 1 | other sciences, but only to judge of them. ~Whatsoever is 3 1, 1 | twofold wisdom. A man may judge in one way by ~inclination, 4 1, 1 | science might ~be able to judge rightly about virtuous acts, 5 1, 3 | and "He standeth up to judge" (Is. 3:13). Therefore ~ 6 1, 12 | things, and whereby we ~judge of other things, is known 7 1, 12 | Vera Relig. xxx) that, "We judge of all things according 8 1, 12 | is the duty of reason to judge of ~these corporeal things 9 1, 12 | His light, we know and ~judge all things; for the light 10 1, 12 | we are said to see and ~judge of sensible things in the 11 1, 16 | Para. 2/2~Now we do not judge of a thing by what is in 12 1, 16 | otherwise the mind would be the judge of truth: whereas in ~fact 13 1, 16 | OBJ 1: The soul does not judge of things according to any 14 1, 17 | whereas it is innate in us to judge things by external appearances, 15 1, 17 | the judgment by which we judge that we experience sensation. ~ 16 1, 17 | it ~to its essence, and judge of it thereby; as takes 17 1, 19 | and by supposition. We judge a thing to be ~absolutely 18 1, 19 | it may be said of a ~just judge, that antecedently he wills 19 1, 19 | may be said that a just ~judge wills simply the hanging 20 1, 23 | He draws not, seek not to judge, ~if thou dost not wish 21 1, 42 | hears: "As I ~hear, so I judge" (Jn. 5:30). Therefore the 22 1, 58 | beholding Christ, they may judge Him not to be God.~Aquin.: 23 1, 59 | goodness; ~from which it can judge this or the other thing 24 1, 76 | being; ~consequently we must judge of the multiplicity of a 25 1, 76 | multiplicity of a thing as we judge of ~its being. Now it is 26 1, 42 | hears: "As I ~hear, so I judge" (Jn. 5:30). Therefore the 27 1, 59 | beholding Christ, they may judge Him not to be God.~Aquin.: 28 1, 60 | goodness; ~from which it can judge this or the other thing 29 1, 75 | being; ~consequently we must judge of the multiplicity of a 30 1, 75 | multiplicity of a thing as we judge of ~its being. Now it is 31 1, 77 | senses suffice for us to judge of sensible things; for 32 1, 78 | things already known, we judge of temporal things, and 33 1, 78 | of the other. While to "judge" or "measure" ~[mensurare] 34 1, 78 | belongs to the wise man to judge," as the Philosopher says ( 35 1, 78 | principles ~naturally known, we judge of those things which we 36 1, 78 | proceed to ~discover, and judge of what we have discovered. 37 1, 78 | to a habit. Wherefore we ~judge naturally both by our reason 38 1, 78 | through the conscience we judge that ~something should be 39 1, 78 | far as by conscience we ~judge that something done is well 40 1, 82 | a free ~judgment. But to judge is an act of a cognitive 41 1, 82 | is ~required, by which we judge one thing to be preferred 42 1, 83 | which is able ~freely to judge of the species of these 43 1, 83 | clear that a smith cannot judge perfectly of a knife unless 44 1, 83 | natural philosopher cannot ~judge perfectly of natural things, 45 1, 83 | while asleep a man may judge that what he sees is a dream, 46 1, 84 | impression only, it can judge of that only. Now a thing 47 1, 84 | cognitive faculty will always judge of its own ~impression as 48 1, 84 | honey is sweet, he would judge truly; and if anyone with 49 1, 84 | equally true; ~for each would judge according to the impression 50 1, 84 | senses. For by sense we ~judge of the more common before 51 1, 87 | known, and by which we ~judge others, is the first thing 52 1, 87 | first truth, and thereby judge of all things, as Augustine 53 1, 87 | Reply OBJ 1: We see and judge of all things in the light 54 1, 88 | soul has of itself, we can judge how it knows other separate 55 1, 93 | would have enabled him to judge the truth.~Aquin.: SMT FP 56 1, 102 | governed by one. For we ~judge the cause by the effect. 57 1, 107 | one order of those who ~judge, and another of those who 58 1, 108 | as in human affairs the judge's assessors make known ~ 59 1, 116 | the disciple is able to judge from ~previous knowledge: 60 2, 2 | taste is in good order, to judge whether a thing is palatable.~ 61 2, 5 | enforced ~by God, the just Judge, except for some fault; 62 2, 7 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we judge from the circumstances whether 63 2, 10 | good, which he ~would not judge thus were it not for the 64 2, 13 | apprehended good, we ~must judge of the object of the will 65 2, 15 | ii, 22) that "if a man ~judge without affection for that 66 2, 15 | and to whom it belongs to judge of the others; for as long 67 2, 15 | to the higher ~reason to judge of all: since it is by the 68 2, 15 | is by the reason that we judge of ~sensible things; and 69 2, 15 | pertaining to human principles we judge ~according to Divine principles, 70 2, 17 | will: for just as ~it can judge it to be good to will something, 71 2, 17 | power. But to ~know and judge the truth, which is the 72 2, 19 | evil, is also good. ~Thus a judge has a good will, in willing 73 2, 19 | given ~above: because the judge has care of the common good, 74 2, 20 | in order to know how to judge; but for ~the sake of others, 75 2, 20 | action: because we do not judge of a thing ~according to 76 2, 34 | measure or rule by which to judge of moral ~good and evil?~ 77 2, 34 | measure or rule by which to judge of moral good ~or evil?~ 78 2, 40 | which would help one to judge truly ~a thing to be impossible. 79 2, 41 | by stupor fears both to ~judge at present, and to inquire 80 2, 53 | which render man ready to judge aright of those ~things 81 2, 53 | man becomes less fit to judge aright, and sometimes ~is 82 2, 57 | in respect of which ~we judge of a man's life: for prudence 83 2, 57 | belongs to the higher to judge the lower. The highest ~ 84 2, 57 | synesis}" enables us to judge well. Therefore "{synesis}" 85 2, 57 | Therefore, in order to ~judge well of what has to be done, 86 2, 58 | unless his reason counsel, judge and command ~aright, which 87 2, 58 | connatural, as it were, to man to judge aright to the end. This 88 2, 58 | our appetite ~whether we judge well or ill of the principles 89 2, 58 | art, as it does, when ~we judge of the end which is the 90 2, 58 | good counsel, but also ~to judge and command well. This is 91 2, 66 | is by the cause that we judge of an effect, and ~by the 92 2, 66 | the higher cause that we judge of the lower effects; hence 93 2, 68 | by "counsel." In order to judge aright, the speculative ~ 94 2, 69 | the act of counsel, and to judge, ~the act of knowledge: 95 2, 72 | viz. the justice of the judge, who imposes ~various punishments 96 2, 74 | higher reason can ~also judge of the delectation, since 97 2, 77 | passion draws the reason ~to judge in particular, against the 98 2, 77 | however, he is incompetent to judge, his ~drunkenness hindering 99 2, 87 | be cast off, thou shalt judge it." Now sin is temporal. 100 2, 88 | act of justice, as ~when a judge condemns a thief to death. 101 2, 88 | De Lib. Arb. i, 4,5), the judge who sentences a ~thief to 102 2, 91 | which he is ~competent to judge. But man is not competent 103 2, 91 | man is not competent to judge of interior ~movements, 104 2, 93 | Ethic. i, ~"any man can judge well of what he knows." 105 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To judge a thing may be understood 106 2, 93 | he says that "anyone can judge well of what he knows," 107 2, 93 | not. And thus none ~can judge of the eternal law.~Aquin.: 108 2, 95 | men have ~recourse to a judge as to animate justice." 109 2, 95 | who would be ~necessary to judge aright of each single case. 110 2, 95 | Thirdly, ~because lawgivers judge in the abstract and of future 111 2, 95 | animated justice of the judge is not found in every man, ~ 112 2, 95 | law to determine how to judge, and for very few matters ~ 113 2, 96 | there is no man who can judge the deeds of a king." But 114 2, 96 | Relig. 31): "Although men ~judge about temporal laws when 115 2, 96 | Therefore we should not judge of the intention of the 116 2, 96 | letter of the law, does not judge the law; but of a particular 117 2, 98 | another, seek not thou to judge, if thou wish ~not to err."~ 118 2, 100 | proceed in various ways to judge ~of various matters. For 119 2, 100 | matters of ~which man cannot judge unless he be helped by Divine 120 2, 100 | there are some things, to judge of ~which, human reason 121 2, 100 | human law, is competent to judge only of outward acts; ~because " 122 2, 100 | Divine law, is competent to judge of ~the inward movements 123 2, 100 | human law, is competent to judge. For human law does ~not 124 2, 101 | 17): "Let no man . . . ~judge you in meat or in drink, 125 2, 103 | priest was appointed the ~judge of leprosy, not before, 126 2, 103 | 17): "Let no man . . . ~judge you in meat or in drink, 127 2, 104 | the sovereign as ~supreme judge.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 128 2, 104 | concern him, as a prince or ~judge holds in the state. Nevertheless 129 2, 105 | often pressing need for a judge, it ~should be easy to gain 130 2, 105 | gates . . . that they may judge the people with just judgment." 131 2, 105 | according to Dt. ~1:16,17: "Judge that which is just, whether 132 2, 105 | appointed in each tribe, "to judge the ~people with just judgment." 133 2, 105 | divine worship; and the chief judge ~of the people, who would 134 2, 105 | Levitical race, and to the judge ~that shall be at that time." 135 2, 108 | us, on the one hand, to judge him rashly, ~unjustly, or 136 2, 109 | committed and Who is man's Judge. ~And thus in order that 137 2, 112 | only be had when we may judge of it by its proper principle. ~ 138 2, 112 | And hence man cannot judge with certainty that he has 139 2, 112 | 4:3,4: "But neither do I judge my own self . . . but He 140 2, 113 | says: "Let him that can, judge whether it is greater to 141 2, 114 | which the Lord, the ~just judge, will render to me in that 142 2, 2 | matters, wherein he ~cannot judge whether that which is proposed 143 2, 2 | by the habit of virtue, ~judge aright of things concerning 144 2, 8 | necessary that man should judge these things aright, that ~ 145 2, 8 | wisdom, which ~makes us judge aright about the universal 146 2, 9 | nor is it possible to judge of the first cause through 147 2, 9 | knowledge, and is able to judge of all matters by that ~ 148 2, 9 | and, conversely, when we judge of creatures according to ~ 149 2, 9 | the gift of knowledge, who judge aright about matters of ~ 150 2, 9 | those, ~namely, who do not judge aright about creatures, 151 2, 10 | What have I to do to ~judge them that are without?" 152 2, 10 | Cor. 5:12): "Do not you judge them that are within?"~Aquin.: 153 2, 10 | law before an unbelieving judge. ~And so the Church altogether 154 2, 10 | man were condemned by the judge to ~temporal death, nobody 155 2, 12 | What have I to do to judge them that are ~without?" 156 2, 18 | for instance, the unjust judge of whom we read ~(Lk. 18: 157 2, 19 | OBJ 2: If anyone were to judge, in universal, that God' 158 2, 22 | and true justice, if they judge rightly. Therefore true ~ 159 2, 23 | even so does the human mind judge of ~things to be done, according 160 2, 24 | their ways. Nevertheless the judge puts this ~into effect, 161 2, 24 | the death inflicted by the judge profits the sinner, ~if 162 2, 30 | being, as far as he can judge with probability. Nor need 163 2, 30 | Mt. 6:34), ~but he should judge what is superfluous and 164 2, 30 | will not bribe Christ your judge, not to hear ~you with the 165 2, 31 | made an example of. Hence a judge does ~not desist from pronouncing 166 2, 31 | because a prelate is not the judge of secret things, but ~God 167 2, 31 | prelate can ~command just as a judge, whether secular or ecclesiastical, 168 2, 31 | as soon as we are able to judge with any probability that ~ 169 2, 31 | holding the position of judge.~ 170 2, 36 | in ~contending before a judge, a man gainsays the truth 171 2, 37 | Nahum 1:9: "God will not judge the same twice" ~[*Septuagint 172 2, 38 | authority of the sovereign or judge, or (as a public person) 173 2, 39 | servants of a sovereign or judge, in virtue of their public 174 2, 43 | by its means is able to judge and set in order all the 175 2, 43 | because he ~is able to judge and set in order all things 176 2, 43 | to the ~gift of wisdom to judge according to the Divine 177 2, 43 | matter about which one has to judge. Thus, about matters of 178 2, 43 | gift of the Holy Ghost to judge ~aright about them on account 179 2, 43 | intellect, whose act is to judge aright, as stated above ( 180 2, 43 | above (A[1]), enables us to judge aright of Divine things, 181 2, 43 | all that have grace, to judge, or put others in order, 182 2, 43 | authority to ~direct and judge other men, yet every man 183 2, 43 | competent to direct and ~judge his own actions, as Dionysius 184 2, 45 | and experience so as to ~judge promptly of particular cases. 185 2, 45 | The ~second act is "to judge of what one has discovered," 186 2, 45 | prudence rightly to counsel, judge, and ~command concerning 187 2, 47 | interior sense, whereby we judge of a particular.~Aquin.: 188 2, 47 | its ~secondary act is to judge and to take counsel. But 189 2, 49 | having good sense so as to judge ~well. Even so, in speculative 190 2, 49 | common sense which fails to ~judge aright). Hence there is 191 2, 49 | good judgment, unless he judge aright in all things. ~Therefore { 192 2, 49 | Hence it is necessary to judge of ~such matters according 193 2, 49 | who is most discerning can judge a greater number of such 194 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To judge and command belongs not 195 2, 51 | to wit, as one fails to judge rightly ~through contempt 196 2, 53 | needful things, we ~must not judge him to be solicitous for 197 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A judge renders to each one what 198 2, 56 | and direction, because a judge is the "personification 199 2, 58 | Whether it is lawful to judge?~(3) Whether judgment should 200 2, 58 | belongs to every virtue to judge aright of its proper ~matter, 201 2, 58 | properly denotes the act of a judge as such. Now ~a judge [judex] 202 2, 58 | a judge as such. Now ~a judge [judex] is so called because 203 2, 58 | men have recourse to a judge as to one who is the personification ~ 204 2, 58 | justice ~inclines one to judge aright, and of prudence 205 2, 58 | to prudence is said to "judge rightly," as ~stated above ( 206 2, 58 | has ~an inclination to judge aright of all things according 207 2, 58 | Whether it is lawful to judge?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 208 2, 58 | It would seem unlawful to judge. For nothing is punished 209 2, 58 | unlawful. Now those who judge are threatened with punishment, ~ 210 2, 58 | punishment, ~which those who judge not will escape, according 211 2, 58 | according to Mt. 7:1, "Judge not, ~and ye shall not be 212 2, 58 | Therefore it is unlawful to judge.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 213 2, 58 | to no man is it lawful to judge.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 214 2, 58 | unlawful for a ~sinner to judge, according to Rm. 2:1, " 215 2, 58 | to no man is it lawful to judge.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 216 2, 58 | gates . . . that they may judge the people ~with just judgment."~ 217 2, 58 | things, which we ought not to judge, but simply believe, since ~ 218 2, 58 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A judge is appointed as God's servant; 219 2, 58 | is ~written (Dt. 1:16): "Judge that which is just," and 220 2, 58 | grievous sins should not judge ~those who are guilty of 221 2, 58 | on the words of Mt. 7:1, "Judge not." Above all does this 222 2, 58 | urgent necessity for the judge to pronounce ~judgment, 223 2, 58 | duty, he can reprove or judge with humility ~and fear. 224 2, 58 | if it were not lawful ~to judge from suspicions.~Aquin.: 225 2, 58 | Joan.) on 1 Cor. 4:5, "Judge not before the time." Therefore 226 2, 58 | the ~words of Mt. 7:1, "Judge not," etc., says: "By this 227 2, 58 | a gloss on 1 Cor. 4:5, ~"Judge not before the time." The 228 2, 58 | The third degree is when a judge goes so far as to condemn 229 2, 58 | best. ~Because we should judge from what happens for the 230 2, 58 | eateth not, let him not ~judge him that eateth," says: " 231 2, 58 | OBJ 2: It is one thing to judge of things and another to 232 2, 58 | of things and another to judge of ~men. For when we judge 233 2, 58 | judge of ~men. For when we judge of things, there is no question 234 2, 58 | person who judges, if he judge truly, and of his evil ~ 235 2, 58 | and of his evil ~if he judge falsely because "the true 236 2, 58 | the ~other hand when we judge of men, the good and evil 237 2, 58 | contrary. And though we ~may judge falsely, our judgment in 238 2, 58 | Whether we should always judge according to the written 239 2, 58 | that we ought not always to judge according to the ~written 240 2, 58 | we ought not always to judge according to the written 241 2, 58 | are not ~always bound to judge according to the written 242 2, 58 | himself were present he would judge otherwise. Therefore we 243 2, 58 | we ought not ~always to judge according to the written 244 2, 58 | earthly ~laws, though men judge about them when they are 245 2, 58 | and passed, the judges may judge no longer of them, ~but 246 2, 58 | Hence it is necessary to judge according to the written 247 2, 58 | 4: Further, even as the judge requires authority in order 248 2, 58 | requires authority in order to judge ~aright, so also does he 249 2, 58 | therefore is it always unjust to judge by usurpation, i.e. without ~ 250 2, 59 | With what measure you judge, you shall be judged: ~and 251 2, 60 | not bound ~to give. Now a judge justly deprives a thief 252 2, 60 | of which belongs ~to the judge: and so, until a man is 253 2, 60 | man is condemned by the judge, he is not ~bound to restore 254 2, 60 | punishment to be inflicted by the judge. Nor is this ~commandment 255 2, 60 | condemning the man justly, the judge can exact more by ~way of 256 2, 61 | Him']," says that "a just judge ~regards causes, not persons." 257 2, 61 | justice, in as much as the judge restores to the equality 258 2, 61 | commutative justice, the judge takes from one and gives 259 2, 62 | by the authority of the judge.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 260 2, 62 | to Ecclus. 10:2, "As the judge of the ~people is himself, 261 2, 62 | judgment on him. But no man is ~judge of himself. Wherefore it 262 2, 62 | person: for instance, when a judge, who is bound to ~judge 263 2, 62 | judge, who is bound to ~judge according to the evidence, 264 2, 62 | who in obedience to the judge puts to death the man who 265 2, 62 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If the judge knows that man who has been 266 2, 62 | out ~the sentence of the judge who has condemned an innocent 267 2, 62 | the innocent man, but ~the judge whose minister he is.~Aquin.: 268 2, 62 | and in the minister of the judge struggling ~with robbers, 269 2, 62 | appears in the case of a judge who justly condemns a man ~ 270 2, 64 | or openly by order of a judge who has commanded him to 271 2, 65 | 71)~OF THE INJUSTICE OF A JUDGE, IN JUDGING (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 272 2, 65 | 1) The ~injustice of a judge in judging; (2) The injustice 273 2, 65 | Whether a man can justly judge one who is not his subject?~( 274 2, 65 | Whether it is lawful for a judge, on account of the evidence, 275 2, 65 | known to him?~(3) Whether a judge can justly sentence a man 276 2, 65 | Whether a man can justly judge one who is not subject to 277 2, 65 | seem that a man can justly judge one who is not subject ~ 278 2, 65 | Therefore a man may lawfully judge one that is not subject 279 2, 65 | that a man may lawfully judge one that is ~not subject 280 2, 65 | whose ~business it is to judge in that particular place, 281 2, 65 | it seems ~that a man may judge one that is not his subject.~ 282 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A judge's sentence is like a particular 283 2, 65 | so too the ~sentence of a judge should have coercive power, 284 2, 65 | compelled to comply with the judge's sentence; else the judgment 285 2, 65 | evident that no man can ~judge others than his subjects 286 2, 65 | Whether it is lawful for a judge to pronounce judgment against 287 2, 65 | would seem unlawful for a judge to pronounce judgment against ~ 288 2, 65 | Levitical ~race, and to the judge that shall be at that time; 289 2, 65 | Therefore it is unlawful for a judge to ~pronounce judgment according 290 2, 65 | 11:3,4): "He shall not judge according to the sight of 291 2, 65 | the ears. But He shall ~judge the poor with justice, and 292 2, 65 | the earth." Therefore the judge ought not to pronounce judgment ~ 293 2, 65 | court of law, ~is that the judge may have a faithful record 294 2, 65 | judgment." Consequently, if the judge by his personal knowledge ~ 295 2, 65 | s knowledge. Therefore a judge sins if he ~pronounces sentence 296 2, 65 | on the Psalter: "A good judge does nothing according to ~ 297 2, 65 | proved in court. Therefore a judge ought to pronounce judgment 298 2, 65 | 6) it is the duty of ~a judge to pronounce judgment in 299 2, 65 | that the judges ought to judge the truth in accordance 300 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To judge belongs to God in virtue 301 2, 65 | whereas other judges do not judge in virtue ~of their own 302 2, 65 | is well ~known not to the judge alone, but both to him and 303 2, 65 | it be well known to the judge, but not to others, or ~ 304 2, 65 | to others, but not to the judge, then it is necessary for 305 2, 65 | it is necessary for the judge to ~sift the evidence.~Aquin.: 306 2, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a judge may condemn a man who is 307 2, 65 | 1: It would seem that a judge may pass sentence on a man 308 2, 65 | relate the crime to the judge. Now sometimes the crime 309 2, 65 | the crime may ~come to the judge's knowledge otherwise than 310 2, 65 | evil report, or through the judge himself being an ~eye-witness. 311 2, 65 | eye-witness. Therefore a judge may condemn a man without 312 2, 65 | time the accuser and ~the judge of the wicked ancients ( 313 2, 65 | man to condemn anyone as judge while being at the same ~ 314 2, 65 | fornicator, says that "a judge should not ~condemn without 315 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A judge is an interpreter of justice. 316 2, 65 | men have recourse to a judge as to one ~who is the personification 317 2, 65 | man and ~another. Hence a judge must needs judge between 318 2, 65 | Hence a judge must needs judge between two parties, which 319 2, 65 | Therefore ~in criminal cases the judge cannot sentence a man unless 320 2, 65 | accuser. The fact that the judge himself was an ~eye-witness, 321 2, 65 | be accuser, witness and judge at the same time, as God 322 2, 65 | was at ~once accuser and judge, because he was the executor 323 2, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the judge can lawfully remit the punishment?~ 324 2, 65 | It would seem that the judge can lawfully remit the punishment. ~ 325 2, 65 | lawfully. Therefore any judge can lawfully do mercy by ~ 326 2, 65 | 18:23. Therefore a human judge also may ~lawfully remit 327 2, 65 | harms nobody. Therefore the judge can lawfully loose a ~guilty 328 2, 65 | observed in ~connection with a judge. One is that he has to judge 329 2, 65 | judge. One is that he has to judge between accuser and ~defendant, 330 2, 65 | Accordingly on two counts a judge is hindered from loosing 331 2, 65 | is not in the power of a judge to remit such ~punishment, 332 2, 65 | punishment, since every judge is bound to give each man 333 2, 65 | lower degree and the supreme judge, i.e. the sovereign, to 334 2, 65 | entrusted. For the inferior judge has no power ~to exempt 335 2, 65 | There is a place for the judge's mercy in matters that 336 2, 65 | matters that are ~left to the judge's discretion, because in 337 2, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If the judge were to remit punishment 338 2, 66 | of a party, so that the judge stands between the accuser 339 2, 66 | escape one's memory, the judge would be unable to ~know 340 2, 66 | the sense, even though the judge's sentence may have to ~ 341 2, 66 | weighed according to the judge's prudence, lest he should 342 2, 66 | accusation, in which case the judge acquit the ~accuser, as 343 2, 66 | version]: "God shall not judge the ~same thing a second 344 2, 66 | accused. Now the duty of the judge is to establish ~the equality 345 2, 66 | forgiveness. Hence when the judge ~becomes aware that a man 346 2, 66 | inflicted by the civil judge, as Gratian states (Callist. 347 2, 67 | authority extend. Again, the judge, as stated above (Q[67]~, 348 2, 67 | in duty bound to tell the judge the truth which ~the latter 349 2, 67 | on the other hand, the judge ~asks of him that which 350 2, 67 | a man is examined by the judge according to the order ~ 351 2, 67 | not only as regards the judge, to whom he refuses ~his 352 2, 67 | truth, but only such as the judge can and must require of ~ 353 2, 67 | higher power, viz. the judge. Therefore he commits a 354 2, 67 | unjustly oppressed by the judge, and then it is lawful for 355 2, 67 | inflicts an ~injury both on the judge, whom he hinders in the 356 2, 67 | on Rm. 13:2. Now when a judge oppresses anyone ~unjustly, 357 2, 67 | whereby he is obliged to judge justly. Hence it is lawful 358 2, 67 | appeal to ~an unbelieving judge, according to Decretals 359 2, 67 | appeals to the decision of a judge of another faith ~shall 360 2, 67 | authority of an ordinary judge ~depends, not on the consent 361 2, 67 | appeal, so that even if the judge be at the same time ordinary 362 2, 67 | was ~appointed ordinary judge by the prince.~Aquin.: SMT 363 2, 67 | the judges would fail to judge justly so many times.~Aquin.: 364 2, 67 | because it is lawful for the judge to combat his resistance 365 2, 68 | of the doubt, because the judge ought to be more inclined 366 2, 68 | same side disagree, the judge ought to use his own discretion 367 2, 68 | prudent discernment of the judge.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 368 2, 68 | because those who have to judge other men, ~often have many 369 2, 68 | witnesses or a perverse judge. Therefore in such ~cases 370 2, 69 | so do the persons of the judge and of the ~witness. Now, 371 2, 69 | cliii ad Macedon.), "the judge ~should not sell a just 372 2, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The judge and witnesses are common 373 2, 69 | either party, since ~the judge is bound to pronounce a 374 2, 74 | aspect of just, and thus a judge ~lawfully curses a man whom 375 2, 75 | seem to leave it to him to judge of the goods offered for 376 2, 78 | power, in ~accordance with a judge's sentence, belongs to commutative 377 2, 78 | man seeks to obtain from a judge, belongs to ~the virtue 378 2, 81 | soon." And just as we must judge of this in ~private prayers 379 2, 81 | in public prayers we must judge of it by considering the 380 2, 84 | some of the spoil to the ~judge, if he should pronounce 381 2, 87 | Further, the duties of a judge differ from the duties of 382 2, 87 | and then He is at once ~judge and witness, since by punishing 383 2, 94 | the case of the unjust ~judge who scarcely heard the widow' 384 2, 97 | thing: ~for instance, if a judge were to take a person from 385 2, 98 | whereof God alone is the judge. Now ~simony is committed 386 2, 105 | place he should not easily ~judge him to be ungrateful, since, 387 2, 106 | is unlawful even for ~a judge to punish those who have 388 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We judge of a thing according to 389 2, 108 | ii), that ~"we must not judge that someone is lying, if 390 2, 110 | reality. And since we should judge of things as they are in ~ 391 2, 115 | Since, ~however, we should judge of things according to that 392 2, 117 | of vices in general, we judge of them according ~to their 393 2, 118 | made and established, the judge must ~pronounce judgment 394 2, 121 | qualified: and if we wish to judge the matter truly, there 395 2, 121 | private ~combat, as when a judge or even private individual 396 2, 124 | It is said of the unjust judge (Lk. 18:2) that "he ~feared 397 2, 124 | love, we must seemingly judge alike ~of love and fear. 398 2, 124 | opposed to fortitude. For we ~judge of habits by their acts. 399 2, 150 | her King, ~approved by her Judge, dedicated to her Lord, 400 2, 156 | wherefore he is said to judge, not to be ~angry. In another 401 2, 162 | punishment appointed by a judge: and such a defect should 402 2, 162 | the sin, nor does a ~human judge take it into account, since 403 2, 165 | of knowledge. Now we must judge differently of the knowledge ~ 404 2, 171 | prophet's mind is led to judge or ~coordinate matters relating 405 2, 172 | that he may be able to ~judge, with the certitude of divine 406 2, 178 | objects; the third step is to judge ~of sensible objects according 407 2, 179 | clear eyes, so that one may ~judge aright of what has to be 408 2, 181 | an office, and ~so is a judge, and so forth. Wherefore 409 2, 185 | at fault." In order to judge of this it is necessary 410 2, 187 | abstainer and makes him a wise ~judge [*Dan. 1:8-17]," and afterwards 411 3, 1 | says: "The greater the judge who was coming, the more 412 3, 1 | His Son ~into the world to judge the world" (Hom. xxviii): " 413 3, 1 | of sins; the second, to judge the ~world. For if He had 414 3, 3 | Volusianum ~cxxxvii), we must judge of it in regard to the quality 415 3, 3 | Consequently, in order to judge of a word's signification 416 3, 10 | Moreover, He has been appointed Judge of all by God, ~"because 417 3, 10 | men, of which He is the Judge, so that what is said ~of 418 3, 10 | Christ as man to know how to judge - which is ~greater - much 419 3, 18 | by judgment. For what we judge to be done, we choose, after ~ 420 3, 18 | contrariety of will, e.g. when a judge wishes a brigand to be hanged 421 3, 18 | reason, which is unable to judge which is the best ~simply. 422 3, 22 | 33:22): "The ~Lord is our Judge, the Lord is our law-giver, 423 3, 36 | second ~coming, when He will "judge justices" (Ps. 70:3), He 424 3, 36 | understood ~of Christ's coming as judge.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 425 3, 36 | passed, the authority of the judge needs ~to be known: and 426 3, 43 | let him, who can, ~judge whether it be greater to 427 3, 44 | His Son into the world to judge the world, but ~that the 428 3, 45 | life, and that He is the ~judge of the dead and the living; 429 3, 46 | against ~justice. For a judge, while preserving justice, 430 3, 46 | a judgment-seat: for the judge being set ~in the midst, 431 3, 47 | Col. 2:16,17): "Let no man judge ~you in meat or drink, or 432 3, 47 | was ~not their place to judge. Or, again, because it was 433 3, 48 | to ~God as his sovereign judge, and to the devil as his 434 3, 48 | adversary deliver thee to the judge, and ~the judge deliver 435 3, 48 | thee to the judge, and ~the judge deliver thee to the officer" - 436 3, 56 | justify all men, but to judge them: and ~therefore He 437 3, 58 | that ~He might come to judge, who before had come to 438 3, 58 | in ~Evang.), "it is the judge's place to sit, while to 439 3, 58 | will at ~the end be seen as judge."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[58] A[ 440 3, 58 | that ~He might come as judge, who before had come to 441 3, 59 | belong to the same person to judge as it ~does to convince. 442 3, 59 | appointed by God, to be judge of the living end of the 443 3, 59 | Seek ~not to be made a judge unless thou have strength 444 3, 59 | to Ecclus. 10:1: "A wise judge shall judge ~his people." 445 3, 59 | 10:1: "A wise judge shall judge ~his people." The first 446 3, 59 | and ~all rational souls judge aright of the things beneath 447 3, 59 | Son ~received the power to judge.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 448 3, 59 | regards man's desire to judge others aright.~Aquin.: SMT 449 3, 59 | Christ's judiciary power to judge secrets ~of hearts, according 450 3, 59 | according to 1 Cor. 4:5: "Judge not before the time; until 451 3, 59 | ineffable God, therefore is He judge. But ~since the expressions 452 3, 59 | nevertheless the power to judge is committed to men with ~ 453 3, 59 | is written (Dt. ~1:16): "Judge that which is just"; and 454 3, 59 | His authority that you ~judge. Now it was said before ( 455 3, 59 | judged should ~see their judge. But those to be judged 456 3, 59 | to the soul of Christ to judge ~all things.~Aquin.: SMT 457 3, 59 | Reply OBJ 3: To know and judge the secrets of hearts, of 458 3, 59 | Him also to know and to judge the secrets of hearts, as 459 3, 59 | In the day when God shall judge the ~secrets of men by Jesus 460 3, 59 | says (Serm. cxxvii): "The Judge shall sit, who stood before 461 3, 59 | sit, who stood before a ~judge; He shall condemn the truly 462 3, 59 | Divine justice, He should be judge who fought for ~God's justice, 463 3, 59 | Man, who hath appointed Me judge, or ~divider over you?" 464 3, 59 | nor ~does He deign to be a judge of quarrels and an arbiter 465 3, 59 | of property, since ~He is judge of the quick and the dead, 466 3, 59 | Nahum ~1:9, "God shall not judge the same thing a second 467 3, 59 | spoken, ~the same shall judge you [Vulg.: 'him'] in the 468 3, 59 | Reply OBJ 2: "God shall not judge twice the same thing," i.e. 469 3, 59 | not unseemly for God to judge twice according to ~different 470 3, 59 | same person cannot be both judge and judged. But the ~angels 471 3, 59 | the ~angels will come to judge with Christ, according to 472 3, 59 | creatures. If Christ, ~then, be judge not only of men but likewise 473 3, 59 | same ~reason He will be judge of all creatures; which 474 3, 59 | Therefore Christ is not the judge of the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 475 3, 59 | Know you not that we ~shall judge angels?" But the saints 476 3, 59 | angels?" But the saints judge only by Christ's authority. ~ 477 3, 59 | and so He has power to judge them. Secondly, because ~ 478 3, 59 | Consequently, although the angels judge, as being spiritual creatures, ~ 479 3, 64 | and ~Ecclus. 10:2: "As the judge of the people is himself, 480 3, 67 | it to thee, and let them judge the lesser matters only." ~ 481 3, 68 | condemned to ~death by the judge who has tried him, none 482 3, 75 | sacrament of ~truth. But we judge of substance by accidents. 483 3, 80 | belongs to our government ~to judge of public crimes committed, 484 3, 80 | Communion. ~So, then, one must judge from its cause whether such 485 3, 85 | regards the person of the judge. Therefore it is evident 486 3, 88 | deprive man of grace, and judge him deserving of eternal 487 3, 90 | is made according to the judge's decision, and not ~according 488 Suppl, 3 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we judge of a cause according to 489 Suppl, 6 | Further, in a civil court the judge is distinct from the accused. ~ 490 Suppl, 6 | ought not to be his own judge, ~but should be judged by 491 Suppl, 6 | one ~is called upon by the judge to confess in a court of 492 Suppl, 6 | 2: Further, it is to the judge that confession should be 493 Suppl, 6 | court. But some have no judge over them. Therefore they 494 Suppl, 6 | acknowledge Christ as their judge, to Whom they ~must confess 495 Suppl, 7 | vicar of Christ (even ~as a judge sometimes knows a thing, 496 Suppl, 7 | which he is ignorant, as ~a judge), and in this respect it 497 Suppl, 8 | another than the proper judge; so that confession should 498 Suppl, 8 | should be made to none ~but a judge. But, in the court of conscience, 499 Suppl, 8 | court of conscience, the judge is none but a ~priest, who 500 Suppl, 8 | Although a layman is not the judge of the person who ~confesses


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