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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | and go thy way. Is it not lawful for me to do what I ~will?" ( 2 1, 32 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to have various contrary 3 1, 32 | would seem that it is not lawful to have various contrary ~ 4 2, 18 | born of adulterous or of lawful wedlock. Therefore good 5 2, 70 | desires, contingency also from lawful desires: or because the ~ 6 2, 70 | satisfying lust ~outside lawful wedlock, we may contrast 7 2, 73 | OBJ 1: To commit sin is lawful on account of some inordinateness ~ 8 2, 77 | that "no fornication is ~lawful," knows this general proposition 9 2, 77 | that no ~fornication is lawful, and yet he does not know 10 2, 77 | e.g. No fornication is ~lawful, and the other, of passion, 11 2, 93 | there is nothing just and lawful, but ~what man has drawn 12 2, 96 | of My people." But it is ~lawful for anyone to avoid oppression 13 2, 99 | extend of judging to be lawful, things that are evil in ~ 14 2, 100 | dispense a man so that it be lawful for him ~not to direct himself 15 2, 100 | Human law cannot make it ~lawful for a man to be slain unduly. 16 2, 102 | stated in Mt. 12:4, it was lawful for ~none but the priests 17 2, 103 | not deadly, because it was lawful for the Jewish converts ~ 18 2, 103 | being; because this was lawful for him who was a converted ~ 19 2, 105 | down that it should be ~lawful for a man, on entering his 20 2, 105 | high-priest." For then it became lawful for him to ~return home, 21 2, 105 | adherent of the Law, it was lawful to ~take her in marriage: 22 2, 108 | desire for revenge was lawful, on account of the precept 23 2, 108 | movements ~of covetousness were lawful on account of those judicial 24 2, 108 | movement of hatred was ~lawful, on account of the commandments 25 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to communicate with unbelievers?~ 26 2, 10 | It would seem that it is lawful to communicate with unbelievers. ~ 27 2, 10 | with him. Therefore it is ~lawful to communicate with unbelievers.~ 28 2, 16 | will do it." ~Now it is lawful for man to pray God not 29 2, 16 | of his." ~Therefore it is lawful to trust in a man.~Aquin.: 30 2, 16 | 2], ~OBJ[2]). But it is lawful to pray to a man for something. 31 2, 16 | something. Therefore it is ~lawful to trust in him.~Aquin.: 32 2, 16 | Accordingly, just as it is not lawful to hope for any good save ~ 33 2, 16 | happiness. It is, ~however, lawful to hope in a man or a creature 34 2, 29 | urgent that it ~would be lawful for him to take another' 35 2, 29 | extreme urgency it would be lawful to ~abandon one's children 36 2, 29 | whom it is ~by no means lawful, on account of the obligation 37 2, 30 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is lawful for everyone to use and 38 2, 30 | give alms. Therefore it is lawful not ~to give alms: and consequently 39 2, 30 | riches. Therefore it is lawful to make ~unto oneself spiritual 40 2, 30 | out of ~such gains it is lawful to give alms. Therefore 41 2, 30 | in certain cases, it is lawful to give alms of ill-gotten ~ 42 2, 30 | money. ~Consequently it is lawful to keep and to give in alms 43 2, 30 | sacred things. It is also lawful to give alms out of the 44 2, 30 | necessity, when it would be ~lawful for him to commit a theft 45 2, 30 | industry or by any other lawful means, can give alms, ~out 46 2, 32 | 2/2~Consequently it is lawful to hate the sin in one's 47 2, 37 | power, so that it is not lawful for them to use it. Yet ~ 48 2, 37 | of ~the power, but to its lawful use.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] 49 2, 37 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: It is not lawful to receive Baptism from 50 2, 38 | Whether some kind of war is lawful?~(2) Whether it is lawful 51 2, 38 | lawful?~(2) Whether it is lawful for clerics to fight?~(3) 52 2, 38 | fight?~(3) Whether it is lawful for belligerents to lay 53 2, 38 | ambushes?~(4) Whether it is lawful to fight on holy days?~Aquin.: 54 2, 38 | Further, the exercise of a lawful thing is itself lawful, 55 2, 38 | a lawful thing is itself lawful, as is ~evident in scientific 56 2, 38 | them. And just as it is lawful for ~them to have recourse 57 2, 38 | permission of superior or lawful authority." On the other ~ 58 2, 38 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for clerics and bishops 59 2, 38 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem lawful for clerics and bishops 60 2, 38 | stated above (A[1]), wars are lawful and just in so far as they 61 2, 38 | injustice." Therefore it is lawful for prelates and clerics ~ 62 2, 38 | seashore." Therefore it is lawful for bishops to ~fight.~Aquin.: 63 2, 38 | others to do it. ~But it is lawful for bishops and clerics 64 2, 38 | meritorious in itself, is lawful ~for prelates and clerics. 65 2, 38 | reward." Therefore it is lawful ~for bishops and clerics 66 2, 38 | Therefore it is ~not lawful for them to fight.~Aquin.: 67 2, 38 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to lay ambushes in war?~ 68 2, 38 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to fight on holy days?~Aquin.: 69 2, 38 | Therefore by no means ~is it lawful to fight on holy days.~Aquin.: 70 2, 38 | weal of the faithful, it is lawful to ~carry on a war on holy 71 2, 38 | ceases, it is no longer lawful to fight on ~a holy day, 72 2, 40 | it ~is sometimes just and lawful, as stated above (Q[40], 73 2, 40 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is lawful to fight, provided it be 74 2, 42 | things, even such as are lawful, because they occupy the 75 2, 53 | for an end which it is ~lawful to love. But it is lawful 76 2, 53 | lawful to love. But it is lawful to love the flesh, "for 77 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to be solicitous about temporal 78 2, 53 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem lawful to be solicitous about temporal 79 2, 53 | which he works. ~Now it is lawful for a man to work for the 80 2, 53 | him eat." Therefore it is lawful to be ~solicitous about 81 2, 53 | their feet. Therefore it is lawful to be solicitous about the ~ 82 2, 55 | by decreeing that it is lawful to steal or to commit ~adultery. 83 2, 58 | justice?~(2) Whether it is lawful to judge?~(3) Whether judgment 84 2, 58 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to judge?~Aquin.: SMT SS 85 2, 58 | Therefore to no man is it lawful to judge.~Aquin.: SMT SS 86 2, 58 | Therefore to no man is it lawful to judge.~Aquin.: SMT SS 87 2, 58 | answer that, Judgment is lawful in so far as it is an act 88 2, 58 | that no judgment would be lawful, if it were not lawful ~ 89 2, 58 | be lawful, if it were not lawful ~to judge from suspicions.~ 90 2, 60 | been taken. For it is not lawful to injure ~anyone. Now it 91 2, 60 | over to those who are its ~lawful owners. Secondly by transferring 92 2, 60 | Therefore neither is it lawful, in other cases of restitution, 93 2, 61 | Mt. 20:14,15, "Is it not lawful for me to do what I will? . ~. . 94 2, 62 | plants?(2) Whether ~it is lawful to kill a sinner?~(3) Whether 95 2, 62 | sinner?~(3) Whether this is lawful to a private individual, 96 2, 62 | only?~(4) Whether this is lawful to a cleric?~(5) Whether 97 2, 62 | cleric?~(5) Whether it is lawful to kill oneself?~(6) Whether 98 2, 62 | oneself?~(6) Whether it is lawful to kill a just man?~(7) 99 2, 62 | just man?~(7) Whether it is lawful to kill a man in self-defense?~( 100 2, 62 | of life: wherefore it is lawful both to ~take life from 101 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to kill sinners?~Aquin.: 102 2, 62 | OBJ 3: Further, it is not lawful, for any good end whatever, 103 2, 62 | Therefore it is ~nowise lawful to kill a man who has sinned.~ 104 2, 62 | stated above (A[1]), it is lawful to kill dumb ~animals, in 105 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for a private individual 106 2, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem lawful for a private individual 107 2, 62 | neighbor." Therefore it is ~lawful for private individuals 108 2, 62 | to the beasts. Now it is lawful for any private individual 109 2, 62 | the same ~reason, it is lawful for any private individual 110 2, 62 | stated above (A[2]), it is lawful to kill an evildoer ~in 111 2, 62 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is lawful for any private individual 112 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for clerics to kill evil-doers?~ 113 2, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem lawful for clerics to kill evil-doers. 114 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to kill oneself?~Aquin.: 115 2, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem lawful for a man to kill himself. 116 2, 62 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is lawful, for one who exercises public 117 2, 62 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is lawful for a man to suffer spontaneously 118 2, 62 | avoid a greater: thus it is lawful for a man to cut ~off a 119 2, 62 | Heb. 11). Therefore it is lawful for a ~man to kill himself. ~ 120 2, 62 | himself. Wherefore it is not lawful for one who exercises public ~ 121 2, 62 | of God. Hence it is not lawful for man to take ~his own 122 2, 62 | repentance, and because it is not lawful to slay an evildoer ~except 123 2, 62 | repentance. ~Again it is not lawful for anyone to take his own 124 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to kill the innocent?~Aquin.: 125 2, 62 | that in some cases it is lawful to kill the ~innocent. The 126 2, 62 | heaven. Since then it is lawful in certain cases to kill 127 2, 62 | sinful man, much more is it lawful to slay an innocent or a 128 2, 62 | slaying of a sinner becomes lawful in relation to the common 129 2, 62 | Therefore it is in no way lawful to slay the innocent.~Aquin.: 130 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to kill a man in self-defense?~ 131 2, 62 | know that in no case is it ~lawful for them to kill any man 132 2, 62 | Therefore neither is it lawful for laymen to kill anyone 133 2, 62 | blood." Now it is much more lawful ~to defend one's life than 134 2, 62 | moderation his defense will be lawful, because according ~to the 135 2, 62 | volunt. vel casual.], "it ~is lawful to repel force by force, 136 2, 62 | above (A[3]), it ~is not lawful for a man to intend killing 137 2, 62 | a ~thing for a good and lawful purpose, if thereby we unintentionally 138 2, 62 | jurists, if a man ~pursue a lawful occupation and take due 139 2, 62 | or even with something lawful, ~but without due care, 140 2, 63 | in some cases it may be lawful to maim anyone?~Aquin.: 141 2, 63 | that in no case can it be lawful to maim anyone. ~For Damascene 142 2, 63 | Therefore neither is it lawful to maim anyone, except perhaps 143 2, 63 | the body. Now it is not lawful for a man to maim himself 144 2, 63 | chastity. Therefore it is not lawful for any other reason to ~ 145 2, 63 | lesser sins. But this is ~not lawful for a private individual, 146 2, 63 | the whole body, then it is lawful ~with the consent of the 147 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for parents to strike their 148 2, 63 | If, ~therefore, it is lawful for parents to strike their 149 2, 63 | the same reason it will be lawful for any person to ~strike 150 2, 63 | jurisdiction. ~Therefore it is not lawful for a man to strike another, 151 2, 63 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is lawful for anyone to impart correction 152 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to imprison a man?~Aquin.: 153 2, 63 | If, ~therefore, it were lawful to imprison a man, in order 154 2, 63 | evil deeds, it would be lawful for anyone to put a man 155 2, 63 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is lawful for anyone to restrain a 156 2, 64 | things?~(2) Whether it is lawful for a man to possess something 157 2, 64 | mortal sin?~(7) Whether it is lawful to thieve in a case of necessity?~( 158 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for a man to possess a thing 159 2, 64 | and in this regard ~it is lawful for man to possess property. 160 2, 64 | property. Yet this seems ~lawful according to natural equity, 161 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to steal through stress 162 2, 64 | weeks." Therefore it is not lawful to steal through stress 163 2, 64 | Therefore neither ~is it lawful to steal in order to remedy 164 2, 64 | possible remedy), then it is ~lawful for a man to succor his 165 2, 64 | been said (A[4]). Now it is lawful to take ~spoils from the 166 2, 64 | certain cases ~robbery is lawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 167 2, 64 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is lawful to take from a man what 168 2, 64 | in some cases robbery is ~lawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 169 2, 64 | holocaust." Therefore it is not lawful to take anything ~by robbery.~ 170 2, 65 | subject?~(2) Whether it is lawful for a judge, on account 171 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for a judge to pronounce 172 2, 65 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is lawful for anyone to do what is 173 2, 66 | qualified to accuse, it is lawful for subjects to accuse their 174 2, 67 | condemnation?~(2) Whether it is lawful to defend oneself with calumnies?~( 175 2, 67 | calumnies?~(3) Whether it is lawful to escape condemnation by 176 2, 67 | appealing?~(4) Whether it is lawful for one who has been condemned 177 2, 67 | otherwise: but it is not lawful for him to lie.~Aquin.: 178 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for the accused to defend 179 2, 67 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem lawful for the accused to defend 180 2, 67 | trial for his life it is lawful for him to bribe ~his adversary. 181 2, 67 | Therefore it would seem lawful for the accused to defend 182 2, 67 | not be the case if it were lawful to defend oneself with ~ 183 2, 67 | calumnies. Therefore it is not lawful for the accused to defend 184 2, 67 | falsehood. The former is lawful sometimes, for a man is 185 2, 67 | other hand it is never ~lawful to make a false declaration.~ 186 2, 67 | a man can employ either lawful ~means, and such as are 187 2, 67 | sinful. Accordingly it is lawful for the ~accused to defend 188 2, 67 | sense it is said to ~be lawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 189 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for the accused to escape 190 2, 67 | Much less therefore is it lawful to appeal from ordinary 191 2, 67 | 3: Further, whatever is lawful once is always lawful. But 192 2, 67 | is lawful once is always lawful. But it is not ~lawful to 193 2, 67 | always lawful. But it is not ~lawful to appeal after the tenth 194 2, 67 | the judge, and then it is lawful for him to appeal, ~because 195 2, 67 | judge justly. Hence it is lawful for ~a man who is oppressed 196 2, 67 | by the litigants, it is lawful to appeal from his decision, 197 2, 67 | he can. For it is always lawful to do that to which ~nature 198 2, 67 | he by flight. Now it is lawful seemingly ~to escape death 199 2, 67 | Vulgate]. Therefore it is also lawful for the ~accused to resist.~ 200 2, 67 | another. Therefore ~it is lawful for a condemned man to defend 201 2, 67 | justly, and then it is not lawful for the condemned to defend 202 2, 67 | himself, ~because it is lawful for the judge to combat 203 2, 67 | Wherefore even ~as it is lawful to resist robbers, so is 204 2, 67 | resist robbers, so is it lawful, in a like case, to ~resist 205 2, 67 | not all self-defense is lawful, but only such as ~is accomplished 206 2, 69 | 2: Further, it is always lawful to desist from committing 207 2, 69 | justice. Yet it is seemingly lawful for an advocate to make 208 2, 69 | underhand means, even as it is lawful for a soldier to lay ambushes 209 2, 69 | above (Q[40], A[3]), it is lawful for a soldier, ~or a general 210 2, 69 | iii, 29). ~Hence it is lawful for an advocate, in defending 211 2, 69 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for an advocate to take 212 2, 69 | Therefore it is not lawful for an advocate to take 213 2, 69 | law. Therefore it is not lawful ~for an advocate to take 214 2, 69 | of the body: hence it is ~lawful to take money in payment 215 2, 70 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as it is lawful to strike a person, or damnify 216 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to curse anyone?~Aquin.: 217 2, 74 | not." Therefore ~it is not lawful to curse anyone.~Aquin.: 218 2, 74 | imprecation. But it is not lawful to wish ill to anyone, indeed 219 2, 74 | obstinacy. But it is not lawful to curse the devil, as neither 220 2, 74 | devil, as neither is it ~lawful to curse oneself; for it 221 2, 74 | Much less therefore ~is it lawful to curse a man.~Aquin.: 222 2, 74 | the aspect of good, it is ~lawful; and it may be called cursing, 223 2, 74 | and is from God nor is it lawful to curse it. On ~the other 224 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to curse an irrational creature?~ 225 2, 74 | Cursing would seem to be lawful chiefly in its relation 226 2, 74 | Therefore it is nowise lawful to curse an ~irrational 227 2, 74 | Therefore it is nowise lawful to curse an irrational creature.~ 228 2, 75 | price; namely, whether it is lawful ~to sell a thing for more 229 2, 75 | sold?~(4) Whether it is lawful in trading to sell a thing 230 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to sell a thing for more 231 2, 75 | It would seem that it is lawful to sell a thing for more 232 2, 75 | its worth. Therefore it is lawful to ~sell a thing for more 233 2, 75 | boast." ~Therefore it is lawful to sell a thing for more 234 2, 75 | buying and selling, it is ~lawful to give a thing in return 235 2, 75 | seller. And thus it will be lawful to sell a thing for ~more 236 2, 75 | matters as though ~they were lawful, not by approving of them, 237 2, 75 | and time. Hence it is not lawful to disregard such measures 238 2, 75 | Whether, in trading, it is lawful to sell a thing at a higher 239 2, 75 | would seem that it is not lawful, in trading, to sell a thing ~ 240 2, 75 | and thus trading becomes ~lawful. Thus, for instance, a man 241 2, 75 | businesses." Nevertheless it is lawful for clerics to engage in ~ 242 2, 76 | usury?~(2) Whether it is lawful to lend money for any other 243 2, 76 | usury?~(4) Whether it is lawful to borrow money under a 244 2, 76 | Therefore it seems to be lawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 245 2, 76 | neighbor. Therefore it is lawful ~for him sometimes to accept 246 2, 76 | into a vessel. But it is lawful to accept a price for the ~ 247 2, 76 | vessel. Therefore it is also lawful to accept a price ~for the 248 2, 76 | foreigners, not as though it were lawful, but in order to ~avoid 249 2, 76 | some kinds of ~usury to be lawful, just as love of one's enemies 250 2, 76 | exchange, so that it is not lawful to sell its use and at ~ 251 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to ask for any other kind 252 2, 76 | all bribes.']." Now it is lawful to accept service or praise ~ 253 2, 76 | Therefore in like manner it is ~lawful to accept any other kind 254 2, 76 | loan to loan. But it is lawful to accept money for money 255 2, 76 | given. Therefore ~it is lawful to accept repayment by loan 256 2, 76 | or craftsman. Now it is lawful to receive interest for 257 2, 76 | craftsman. Therefore it is also lawful to ~receive interest for 258 2, 76 | dwells. Therefore it is lawful to receive ~interest for 259 2, 76 | Therefore it seems to be lawful to expect or exact some 260 2, 76 | On the other hand it is lawful to exact compensation for 261 2, 76 | at a money ~value, it is lawful to take, exact, and expect 262 2, 76 | value. Consequently it is lawful for the lender to ~borrow 263 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to borrow money under a 264 2, 76 | would seem that it is not lawful to borrow money under a ~ 265 2, 76 | Neither therefore is it lawful to borrow from a ~usurer.~ 266 2, 76 | that, It is by no means lawful to induce a man to sin, 267 2, 76 | a man to sin, yet it ~is lawful to make use of another's 268 2, 76 | Publicola asked whether it ~were lawful to make use of an oath taken 269 2, 76 | that it is by ~no means lawful to induce a man to lend 270 2, 76 | condition of usury: yet ~it is lawful to borrow for usury from 271 2, 76 | another's need. Thus too it is lawful ~for a man who has fallen 272 2, 81 | Ep. cxxx, ~12): "It is lawful to pray for what it is lawful 273 2, 81 | lawful to pray for what it is lawful to desire." Now it is ~lawful 274 2, 81 | lawful to desire." Now it is ~lawful to desire temporal things, 275 2, 81 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is lawful to attack one's enemies, 276 2, 81 | Consequently it is even lawful in praying to ask that temporal ~ 277 2, 84 | lawfully. Yet it is not lawful for her to make an oblation 278 2, 84 | God." Therefore it is not ~lawful to make an oblation of whatever 279 2, 84 | sold. Therefore it is not ~lawful to make an oblation of whatever 280 2, 84 | though lame or sick is a lawful ~possession. Therefore it 281 2, 84 | would seem that not of every lawful possession ~may one make 282 2, 85 | make a profit ~out of other lawful occupations as the other 283 2, 86 | sacrificed, through not being the lawful matter of a sacrifice, could 284 2, 86 | thereto, which is never lawful in any vow. But this ~is 285 2, 87 | oath?~(2) Whether it is lawful?~(3) What are the accompanying 286 2, 87 | good?~(6) Whether it is lawful to swear by a creature?~( 287 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to swear?~Aquin.: SMT SS 288 2, 87 | would seem that it is not lawful to swear. Nothing forbidden ~ 289 2, 87 | forbidden ~in the Divine Law is lawful. Now swearing is forbidden ( 290 2, 87 | that an ~oath is in itself lawful and commendable. This is 291 2, 87 | that one confirm what is lawful. A ~rash oath lacks judgment, 292 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to swear by creatures?~Aquin.: 293 2, 87 | would seem that it is not lawful to swear by creatures. It 294 2, 87 | 25. Therefore it is not lawful to swear by a creature.~ 295 2, 87 | For this oath could be lawful from the outset, supposing 296 2, 87 | while in the latter it is lawful for him to keep or ~not 297 2, 87 | under oath is ~manifestly lawful and beneficial. An oath 298 2, 87 | Much more, therefore, is it lawful to swear by the Gospels.~ 299 2, 87 | reasons." Nevertheless it is ~lawful for them to swear if there 300 2, 88 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is lawful to adjure a man?~(2) Whether 301 2, 88 | a man?~(2) Whether it is lawful to adjure the demons?~(3) 302 2, 88 | demons?~(3) Whether it is lawful to adjure irrational creatures?~ 303 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to adjure a man?~Aquin.: 304 2, 88 | would seem that it is not lawful to adjure a man. Origen 305 2, 88 | evident ~that neither is it lawful to adjure: and consequently 306 2, 88 | adjuration. Therefore it is ~lawful to adjure.~Aquin.: SMT SS 307 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to adjure the demons?~Aquin.: 308 2, 88 | Christ. Therefore it is not lawful to adjure the demons.~Aquin.: 309 2, 88 | adjuration. Therefore, if ~it be lawful to adjure the demons, it 310 2, 88 | adjure the demons, it is lawful to make use of ~necromantic 311 2, 88 | with him. Now it is not lawful to have fellowship with 312 2, 88 | devils." Therefore it is not lawful to adjure the demons.~Aquin.: 313 2, 88 | adjure. Therefore it is lawful to adjure the demons.~Aquin.: 314 2, 88 | the first way it is not ~lawful to adjure the demons because 315 2, 88 | 2/2~It is not, however, lawful to adjure them for the purpose 316 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to adjure an irrational 317 2, 88 | seemingly, ~neither is it lawful to use this towards them, 318 2, 88 | way, ~apparently, is it lawful to adjure irrational creatures.~ 319 2, 88 | creature. But it is not lawful to adjure the demons by ~ 320 2, 93 | 9). Therefore ~it seems lawful to question the demons about 321 2, 93 | OBJ 3: Further, it seems lawful to seek the truth from one 322 2, 93 | his own accord (and it is lawful to do so at times for the 323 2, 93 | is not unlawful. It is ~lawful to foretell effects by observing 324 2, 93 | of divination, and it is lawful to listen to them.~Aquin.: 325 2, 93 | these practices seem to ~be lawful, because David is related 326 2, 93 | be urgent necessity it is lawful to seek the divine ~judgment 327 2, 94 | health, or the like, are lawful. ~It is lawful to make use 328 2, 94 | like, are lawful. ~It is lawful to make use of the natural 329 2, 94 | Therefore it would ~seem lawful to employ such like forces 330 2, 94 | from God. ~Therefore it is lawful to make use of their power 331 2, 94 | unlawful to do so, since it is lawful ~to employ natural causes 332 2, 94 | Hence in no way is ~it lawful for man to make use of the 333 2, 94 | xxii, 24). Wherefore it is lawful to apply those deeds to ~ 334 2, 94 | when ~uttered. But it is lawful to utter sacred words for 335 2, 94 | Therefore it seems to be lawful to wear sacred words ~at 336 2, 94 | wisely." Therefore it is lawful to wear sacred words ~as 337 2, 94 | Body of Christ." Now it is lawful for one to ~wear the relics 338 2, 94 | Therefore it is equally ~lawful to have recourse to the 339 2, 94 | otherwise, ~however, it is lawful. Hence it is written in 340 2, 94 | medicinal herbs, it ~is not lawful to make use of observances 341 2, 94 | Reply OBJ 1: It is indeed lawful to pronounce divine words, 342 2, 95 | goodness or his will. Now it is lawful ~to test the divine goodness 343 2, 95 | and as to this it is not lawful to doubt or to prove ~whether 344 2, 96 | the thing commanded ~be lawful and virtuous, and not unbearable 345 2, 96 | therefore would it seem lawful to impose an ~oath on one 346 2, 96 | him. Therefore it is not lawful to demand an oath of such 347 2, 96 | by false gods. Yet it is lawful to take advantage of an 348 2, 96 | xlvii). Therefore it is lawful to demand an oath from one 349 2, 96 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It is lawful to make use of an evil for 350 2, 96 | God does, but it is not lawful to lead anyone to do evil. 351 2, 96 | evil. Consequently ~it is lawful to accept the oath of one 352 2, 96 | false ~gods, but it is not lawful to induce him to swear by 353 2, 98 | simony?~(2) Whether it is lawful to accept money for the 354 2, 98 | sacraments?~(3) Whether it is lawful to accept money for spiritual 355 2, 98 | actions?~(4) Whether it is lawful to sell things connected 356 2, 98 | kingdom of heaven. ~But it is lawful to buy the kingdom of heaven: 357 2, 98 | 3]. But seemingly it is lawful in ~certain cases to give 358 2, 98 | Much more therefore is it lawful to buy or sell the ~other 359 2, 98 | like dignity. But it is lawful ~for a man to make good 360 2, 98 | grievance. Therefore it is lawful, seemingly, ~in such a case 361 2, 98 | marriage. Therefore it is lawful to sell a sacrament.~Aquin.: 362 2, 98 | spiritual thing. But it is lawful to ~use money as a means 363 2, 98 | Simonia] say ~that it is lawful to give money for Matrimony 364 2, 98 | nature. Consequently it is lawful to give money for Matrimony ~ 365 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to give and receive money 366 2, 98 | OBJ 1: It seems that it is lawful to give and receive money 367 2, 98 | it would seem that it is ~lawful to give and receive money 368 2, 98 | to them. Therefore it is lawful to receive something ~for 369 2, 98 | spiritual than power. Now it is ~lawful to receive money for the 370 2, 98 | like manner it would seem lawful ~for a prelate to receive 371 2, 98 | there. Therefore it is lawful to demand something for 372 2, 98 | grace. Therefore it is not lawful to charge ~a price or return 373 2, 98 | and approved customs is lawful, yet in such wise that there 374 2, 98 | On the other hand it is lawful for him to receive "procurations," ~ 375 2, 98 | support so many persons, it is lawful, while entrance to the ~ 376 2, 98 | insufficient. In like manner it is lawful to be easier in admitting 377 2, 98 | on the other hand, it is lawful to ~incite a person's regard 378 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to receive money for things 379 2, 98 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem lawful to receive money for things 380 2, 98 | consecrated vessels. Yet it is lawful to sell a chalice for ~the 381 2, 98 | ii, 28). ~Therefore it is lawful to sell things annexed to 382 2, 98 | spiritual thing. Therefore it is lawful to sell things annexed to ~ 383 2, 98 | their end, wherefore it is lawful to sell temporal things, 384 2, 98 | cannot be the matter of a lawful sale.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 385 2, 98 | sepulchre: even so it would be lawful now to buy ~an ordinary 386 2, 98 | ground. Even now, ~it is lawful in a case of necessity to 387 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to grant spiritual things 388 2, 98 | It would seem that it is lawful to grant spiritual things 389 2, 98 | Church. Therefore it seems lawful to ~confer ecclesiastical 390 2, 98 | cleric renders a prelate a lawful service, directed to ~spiritual 391 2, 99 | without our assistance, it is lawful to forego their service, ~ 392 2, 99 | livelihood without him, it is lawful for him to abandon them 393 2, 102 | not as though ~it were lawful to him to do whatever he 394 2, 102 | which obeys in all things lawful: thirdly, ~indiscreet obedience, 395 2, 106 | 1) Whether vengeance is lawful?~(2) Whether it is a special 396 2, 106 | 1/1~Whether vengeance is lawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 397 2, 106 | seems that vengeance is not lawful. For whoever usurps what 398 2, 106 | therefore is any other vengeance lawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 399 2, 106 | nothing save what is good and ~lawful. But we are to look to God 400 2, 106 | then vengeance may be lawful, provided other due ~circumstances 401 2, 106 | answer that, Vengeance is lawful and virtuous so far as it 402 2, 108 | by no means be good and lawful, since in order for an action 403 2, 108 | another: as neither is it lawful ~to steal in order to give 404 2, 108 | common. Therefore it is not lawful to tell a lie in ~order 405 2, 108 | whatever. Nevertheless it is ~lawful to hide the truth prudently, 406 2, 109 | for this is ~sometimes lawful; so also does a man dissemble, 407 2, 118 | Law i: "It is fitting and lawful that We alone ~should interpret 408 2, 120 | rather by sinful than by ~lawful albeit corporal works, it 409 2, 120 | than to do some other but lawful bodily work. ~Hence Augustine 410 2, 145 | reason be evident, it is lawful ~for a man to use his own 411 2, 145 | water, after which it is not lawful ~to receive the Eucharist. 412 2, 147 | Whether the use of wine is lawful?~(4) To whom especially 413 2, 149 | may put to none but a ~lawful use the organs intended 414 2, 150 | consist?~(2) Whether it is lawful?~(3) Whether it is a virtue?~( 415 2, 152 | hindered from ~contracting a lawful marriage and is put on the 416 2, 152 | his adding: "Nor is it ~lawful for the husband to do what 417 2, 152 | contrary: "Three kinds of ~lawful marriage," says he, "are 418 2, 152 | it would never have been lawful. Therefore ~incest is not 419 2, 153 | withdraws man from that which is lawful, but ~only from unlawful 420 2, 153 | even from things that are ~lawful. Therefore continence is 421 2, 153 | but also from certain lawful things that are lesser goods, 422 2, 156 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is lawful to be angry?~(2) Whether 423 2, 156 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to be angry?~Aquin.: SMT 424 2, 156 | would seem that it cannot be lawful to be angry. For Jerome 425 2, 156 | Therefore it is nowise lawful to be angry.~Aquin.: SMT 426 2, 165 | philosophy is in itself lawful and ~commendable, on account 427 2, 166 | done with moderation, it is lawful to make use of fun. Hence 428 2, 166 | Offic. i, 29): "It is indeed lawful to make use of play and 429 2, 166 | human intercourse may have a lawful ~employment ascribed to 430 2, 167 | or the like. For this is lawful, since according ~to the 431 2, 182 | a man refrains even from lawful things, in order more ~freely 432 2, 182 | cure, which would be nowise lawful, if he were in the state 433 2, 182 | the contrary, It is not lawful for anyone to pass from 434 2, 182 | OBJ 4: Further, it is not lawful to pass from a more perfect 435 2, 182 | perfect state. Yet it is lawful to pass from the monastic 436 2, 183 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is lawful to desire the office of 437 2, 183 | bishop?~(2) Whether it is lawful to refuse the office of 438 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to desire the office of 439 2, 183 | It would seem that it is lawful to desire the office of 440 2, 183 | a good work." Now it is ~lawful and praiseworthy to desire 441 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for a man to refuse absolutely 442 2, 183 | It would seem that it is lawful to refuse absolutely an ~ 443 2, 183 | given; else it would not be lawful ~to marry a second time, 444 2, 183 | orders. But this would not be lawful in things ~necessary for 445 2, 183 | urgent necessity, his ~vow is lawful, because he vows to do what 446 2, 183 | the order of grace ~it is lawful to pass from the religious 447 2, 183 | state. Therefore ~it is not lawful to pass contrariwise from 448 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for a bishop on account 449 2, 183 | absence of the pastor, it is lawful ~for the pastor to withdraw 450 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for a bishop to have property 451 2, 183 | would seem that it is not lawful for a bishop to have ~property 452 2, 183 | enjoys the right, as the lawful ~heir, of claiming his paternal 453 2, 184 | out of love." Now it is lawful not to render a ~service 454 2, 185 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is lawful for them to teach, preach, 455 2, 185 | things?~(2) Whether it is lawful for them to meddle in secular 456 2, 185 | labor?~(4) Whether it is lawful for them to live on alms?~( 457 2, 185 | alms?~(5) Whether it is lawful for them to quest?~(6) Whether 458 2, 185 | quest?~(6) Whether it is lawful for them to wear coarser 459 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for religious to teach, 460 2, 185 | having." Now it is not lawful to exceed the bounds of 461 2, 185 | duty of our office, be it lawful to monk priests who are ~ 462 2, 185 | him: thus to no man is it lawful to sin, because ~each man 463 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for religious to occupy 464 2, 185 | those who have ~no other lawful means of livelihood: since 465 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for religious to live on 466 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for religious to beg?~Aquin.: 467 2, 185 | this way mendicancy is lawful to religious no less than 468 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful for religious to wear coarser 469 2, 187 | religion?~(2) Whether it is lawful for a person to be bound 470 2, 187 | through the ~cessation of a lawful impediment; whereas if he 471 2, 187 | so, he has done what was lawful, and expedient on account 472 2, 187 | possible to have ~reached the lawful age to receive the tonsure 473 2, 187 | s parents. For it is not lawful to omit ~that which is of 474 2, 187 | OBJ 2: Further, what is lawful to one is likewise lawful 475 2, 187 | lawful to one is likewise lawful to all. But if ~all priests 476 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to pass from one religious 477 2, 187 | more severe, it would be ~lawful, supposing the members to 478 2, 187 | consequently it will be lawful ~to pass from an order of 479 2, 187 | Much less therefore is it lawful to ~induce anyone to enter 480 2, 187 | the time when it was yet ~lawful to keep the legal observances, 481 3, 40 | Now both ~these lives are lawful and praiseworthy - namely, 482 3, 40 | loaves which ~it was not lawful for him to eat.~ 483 3, 47 | was ~untrue: "It is not lawful for us to put any man to 484 3, 47 | Jews said ~that 'it is not lawful for us to put any man to 485 3, 47 | understood that it was not lawful for them to put any man 486 3, 47 | again, because it was not lawful for them ~to crucify Him ( 487 3, 60 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is lawful to add anything to the words 488 3, 60 | It seems that it is not lawful to add anything to the words 489 3, 60 | Scripture. But it is not ~lawful to add anything to, or to 490 3, 60 | seems ~that neither is it lawful to add anything to, or to 491 3, 60 | validly. Therefore it is lawful to add ~something to, or 492 3, 60 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: It is not lawful to add anything to the words 493 3, 60 | Nevertheless, it is not lawful ~to add even words to Holy 494 3, 66 | and trine ~immersion are lawful considered in themselves; 495 3, 72 | of Pope Martin, "it ~was lawful at all times to prepare 496 3, 74 | add none. But it is not lawful ~to add none. Therefore, 497 3, 74 | Therefore, neither is it lawful to add a little.~Aquin.: 498 3, 75 | according to ~which it is not lawful to take the body of Christ 499 3, 75 | while it is nevertheless lawful to take one consecrated 500 3, 80 | daily?~(11) Whether it is lawful to refrain from it altogether?~(


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